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The English Peerage - Extinct Peerages

(Please note that these Peerages were extinct in 1790, but may have been re-created since. -CH. 1997)

 


 

VIEW OF THE EXTINCT PEERAGE

OF

ENGLAND.

 


BARONS

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BARONS.

THERE are no titles of this class chronologically ascertained till the parliament called by Simon Montfort, earl of Leicester, in the reign of king Henry the third.

 


SUMMONED BY THE EARL OF LEICESTER

24 December 1264.

 


LORD CAMOIS.

Ralph de Camois. The title expired in 1420.

 


LORD SAINT JOHN OF STANTON.

Roger de Saint John. The title expired in John, second lord Saint John of Stanton.

 


LORD MONTCHENSY.

William de Montchensy for that time only. The title is claimed by the earl of Shrewsbury.

 


LORD SEGRAVE.

Nicholas de Segrave. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of John, third lord Segrave, 1353.

MOWBRAY.

John Mowbray, lord Mowbray, father of Thomas first duke of Norfolk, succeeded to the title of baron Segrave in right of Elizabeth, his wife, daughter of John Segrave third lord Segrave. The title is claimed by the duke of Norfolk and the earl of Berkeley.

 


LORD VESCI.

John de Vesci. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of William, second lord Vesci, 25 June 1314.

ATON.

Gilbert de Aton succeeded to the title of baron Vesci in right of Margery, his great grandmother, third cousin of John and William de Vesci, lords Vesci.

BROMFLETE, -- ---- 1389.

Thomas de Bromflete succeeded to the title of baron Vesci in right of Anastasia, his wife, daughter of William de Aton lord Vesci. Henry, his son, had summons to parliament by the title of baron Bromflete 24 January 1449, which title became extinct at his death 16 January 1468, and that of lord Vesci descended to the family of Clifford.

 


LORD BASSET OF DRAYTON.

Ralph de Basset. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of Ralph, fourth lord Basset of Drayton, 1389.

SHIRLEY.

Thomas Shirley, ancestor to earl Ferrers, married Isabel, daughter and heiress of Ralph Basset third lord Basset; but the title remained dormant in this family. It is in the earl of Leicester.

 


LORD HASTINGS OF ASHLEY.

See Earl of Huntingdon, Vol. I. p. 160.

GREY, 1390.

See Marchioness Grey, Vol. I. p.122.

 


LORD ROOS OF HAMLAKE.

Robert de Roos had summons to parliament by the titles of baron Roos of Hamlake, Truibut and Belvoir, which titles became extinct in this family upon the death of Edmund, tenth lord Roos, 13 October 1508, and are in the duke of Rutland.

 


LORD D'EIVIL.

John D'Eivil for that time only.

 


LORD NEWMARCH.

Adam de Newmarch for that time only.

MOELS, -- ----- 1297.

John de Moels had summons to parliament in the reign of king Edward the first by the titles of baron Newmarch and Moels in right of Hawise, his grandmother, niece of Adam de Newmarch lord Newmarch, which titles became extinct in this family upon the death of John, fourth lord Newmarch, 1337.

BOTREAUX, -- ---- 1368.

William Botreaux had summons to parliament in the reign of king Edward the third by the titles of baron Newmarch, Moels and Botreaux, in right of Isabel his mother, daughter of John de Moels, fourth lord Newmarch. The titles became extinct in this family upon the death of William, third lord Newmarch, 1461.

HUNGERFORD, -- ----- 1461.

See Lord Hungerford. p.--. (There are two of these - CH, 1997)

 


LORD COLVILE.

Walter de Colvile. The title expired in Robert, fourth lord Colvile, 1365.

 


LORD BERTRAM OF MITFORD.

Roger de Bertram for that time only.

 


LORD BASSET OF SAPCOTE.

Ralph Basset. The title expired in Ralph, third lord Basset, 1372.

 


LORD GAUNT.

Gilbert de Gaunt, nephew of Gilbert created earl of Lincoln 1153, had that earldom bestowed upon him by Louis, dauphin of France, 1216. Gilbert, his son, had summons to parliament by the title of baron Gaunt, which title became extinct upon the death of Gilbert, second lord Gaunt, 1298.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE FIRST.

8 June 1294.

 


LORD THWENG.

Marmaduke de Thweng. The title became extinct upon the death of William, second lord Thweng, 1374.

 


LORD FURNIVAL.

Thomas de Furnival had summons to parliament by the titles of baron Furnival and Lovetot. Thomas, second lord Furnival, succeeded 1318 to the title of lord Verdon in right of Joan, his wife, daughter of Theobald Verdon first lord Verdon. The titles became extinct in this family upon the death of William, fourth lord Furnival, 1382.

NEVILE, -- ----- 1383.

Thomas Nevile, son of John, fourth lord Nevile of Raby, had summons to parliament in the reign of king Richard the second by the titles of baron Furnival, Lovetot and Verdon in right of Joan his wife, daughter of William de Furnival, fourth lord Furnival. The titles became extinct in this family 1407, and are claimed by the duke of Norfolk and the earl of Shrewsbury.

 


LORD MOWBRAY.

See Duke of Norfolk, p.8.

The title is claimed by the duke of Norfolk and the earl of Berkeley.

 


LORD GREYSTOC.

John de Greystoc. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of Ralph, eighth lord Greystoc, 1 June 1487.

DACRE, -- ----- 1487.

See Lord Dacre of Gillesland., p--.

The title is in the duke of Norfolk.

 


LORD BRAOSE.

William de Braose. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of Thomas, fourth lord Braose. It descended to the family of Mowbray, and is claimed by the duke of Norfolk and the earl of Berkeley.

 


LORD SAY.

Geoffrey de Say. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of John, fourth lord Say, 1382.

CLINTON, -- ---- ----.

See Lord Clinton, p.--.

 


LORD POYNINGS.

Michael de Poynings. Richard, sixth lord Poynings, succeeded to the titles of baron Fitzpayne and Brian in right of Isabel, his mother, daughter of Robert Fitzpayne second lord Fitzpayne. The titles became extinct in this family upon the death of Edward, eighth lord Poynings, 1522, and are in the duke of Northumberland.

 


LORD SAINT QUINTIN.

Hubert de Saint Quintin. The title is in the earl of Pembroke.

 


LORD LISLE OF THE ISLE OF WIGHT.

John de Lisle. The title expired upon the death of John, second lord Lisle, 1314.

 


LORD HUNTINGFIELD.

Robert de Huntingfield. The title expired in him 1297.

 


LORD CORBET.

Peter Corbet. The title became extinct upon the death of Peter, second lord Corbet, 1321.

 


LORD BARDOLPH.

Hugh de Bardolph. The title became extinct upon the death of Thomas, fifth lord Bardolph, 1405.

 


LORD VERDON.

Theobald de Verdon. The title became extinct upon the death of Theobald, second lord Verdon, 27 July 1316.

FURNIVAL, -- ---- 1318.

See Lord Furnival, p. 96.

 


LORD MEYNEL.

Nicholas de Meynel. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of Nicholas, fifth lord Meynel, 1342.

DARCY, -- ----- 134-.

See Lord Coniers, Vol. II. p.86.

 


LORD DARCY.

See Lord Coniers, Vol. II. p.86.

 


LORD MARMION.

John Marmion. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of Robert, third lord Marmion.

FITZHUGH -- ----- ----.

See Lord Fitzhugh.

 


LORD TRUSSEL.

William Trussel. The title expired in William, second lord Trussel, 1342.

 


LORD PLAYZ.

Giles de Playz. The title became extinct upon the death of John, fourth lord Playz.

 


LORD BOTELER OF WERINGTON.

William Boteler. The title expired in John, second lord Boteler, 1320.

 


LORD GREY OF CODNOVRE.

See Marchioness Grey, Vol. I. p.121.

 


LORD MONTACUTE.

See Duke of Manchester, Vol. I. p. 82.

 


LORD HOESE.

Henry Hoese. The title expired upon the death of Henry, second lord Hoese, 21 July 1349.

 


LORD L'ORTI.

Henry L'Orti. The title expired in him 1299.

 


LORD FITZWARREN.

Fulk Fitzwarren. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of Fulk, sixth lord Fitzwarren, 21 September 1420.

BOURCHIER, -- ---- 1448.

See Earl of Bath, p.57.

 


LORD PIERREPOINT.

Simon de Pierrepoint for that time only.

 


LORD LASCELLES.

Roger de Lascelles. The title expired in him 1296.

 


LORD LUTTREL.

Robert Luttrel. The title expired in him 1295.

 


LORD NORTHWODE.

John de Northwode. The title expired in John, third lord Northwode, 1375.

 


LORD COLUMBERS.

John de Columbers. The title expired in Philip, second lord Columbers, 1342.

 


LORD ROOS OF WERKE.

Robert de Roos for that time only.

 


LORD NEREFORD.

William de Nereford. The title expired in him 1297.

 


LORD LOVAINE.

Matthew de Lovaine for that time only.

BOURCHIER, -- ---- ----.

See Lord Bourchier

 


LORD WAKE.

John Wake. The title became extinct upon the death of Thomas, second lord Wake, 31 May 1349.

 


LORD DELAWAR.

Roger Delawar. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of Thomas, fifth lord Delawar, 7 May 1426, and is in earl Delawar.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE FIRST

23 June 1295.

 


LORD UMFRAVILLE.

Gilber de Umfraville earl of Angus of the kingdom of Scotland. The title became extinct upon the death of Robert, seventh lord Umfraville, 27 December 1436.

 


LORD MORTIMER OF WIGMORE.

See Earl of March, p.51.

 


LORD CAMVILE.

Geoffrey de Camvile. The title expired in William, second lord Camvile, 1310.

 


LORD MORTIMER OF ATILBERG.

William de Mortimer. The title expired in Constantine, second lord Mortimer, 1342.

 


LORD BERGAVENNY.

HASTINGS, -- ---- -----,

See Earl of Huntingdon, Vol. I. p. 161.

BEAUCHAMP, -- ---- 1393.

See earl of Worcester, p.48.

The title is in the earl of Abergavenny.

 


LORD FITZALAN OF BEDAL

Brian Fitzalan. The title became extinct in this family at his death 1305.

GREY, -- ---- 1305.

See Lord Grey Of Rotherfield, p.--.

 


LORD CLAVERING.

Robert de Clavering. The title became extinct upon the death of John, second lord Clavering, 1333.

 


LORD MAULEY.

Peter de Mauley. The title became extinct upon the death of Peter, fourth lord Mauley, 1415.

 


LORD FAUCONBERG.

Walter de Fauconberg. The title became extinct upon the death of Thomas, sixth lord Fauconberg.

NEVILE, -- ----- 1442.

See Earl of Abergavenny, Vol. I. p.425.

 


LORD HILTON.

Robert de Hilton. The title expired in Alexander, second lord Hilton, 1335.

 


LORD HUNTERCOMBE.

Walter de Huntercombe. The title became extinct at his death 1312.

 


LORD FITZWALTER.

Robert Fitzwalter. The title became extinct upon the death, of Walter, seventh lord Fitzwalter, 1432.

RATCLIFFE, -- ---- 1485.

See Earl Of Sussex, p.58.

MILDMAY, -- ---- 1669.

See Earl of Fitzwalter, p. 80.

 


LORD GIFFARD OF BRIMSFIELD.

John Giffard. The title became extinct upon the death of John, second lord Giffard, 1421.

STRANGE, -- ---- 142-.

See Lord Strange of Blackmere, p--.

 


LORD NEVILE OF RABY.

See Earl of Abergavenny, Vol. I. p.421.

 


LORD LE DESPENCER.

See Duke of Marlborough, Vol. I. p. 56.

BEAUCHAMP, -- ---- 1414.

See Earl of Worcester, p. 48.

NEVILE, -- ---- 1439.

See Earl of Abergavenny, Vol. I. p.426.

FANE, 25 May 1604.

See Earl of Westmorland, Vol. I. p.190.

DASHWOOD, 19 April 1763.

See Lord Le Despencer, Vol. II. p.62.

The title is in the family of Stapleton.

 


LORD FITZJOHN.

Richard Fitzjohn, great grandson of Geoffrey Fitzpiers first earl of Essex. The title became extinct at his death in the same year.

 


LORD BECK DE ERESBY.

John Beck. The title became extinct upon the death of Walter, second lord Beck, 1338.

 


LORD KYME.

Philip de Kyme. The title became extinct upon the death of William, second lord Kyme, 1338.

 


LORD ASTLEY.

Andrew de Astley. The title became extinct upon the death of William, fourth lord Astley.

 


LORD POINZ.

Hugh Poinz. The title expired upon the death of Hugh, third lord Poinz, 13 October 1333.

 


LORD DINHAM.

Oliver Dinham. The title became extinct upon the death of John, lord Dinham, 1502.

 


LORD MONTALT.

Roger de Montalt. The title became extinct upon the death of Robert, second lord Montalt, 1329.

 


LORD PLUGENET.

Alan Plugenet. The title became extinct upon the death of Alan, second lord Plugenet, 131-.

 


LORD MARTIN.

William Martin. The title became extinct at his death 1325.

 


LORD MONTFORT.

John de Montfort. The title expired in Peter, third lord Montfort, 1348.

 


LORD KNOVILE.

Bogo de Knovile. The title became extinct at his death 1307.

 


LORD DAUBENEY.

Elias Daubeney. The title expired in Ralph, second lord Daubeney, 1341. Henry, his descendant, was earl of Bridgwater.

 


LORD BOTELER OF OVERSLEY AND WEMME.

William Boteler. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of William, second lord Boteler, 1369.

DE FERRARS, -- ---- 1375.

Robert de Ferrars, son of Robert second lord de Ferrars of Chartley, succeeded in right of Elizabeth, his wife, daughter of William second lord Boteler, to the baronies of Oversley and Wemme, which titles became extinct in this family upon the death of Robert second lord Ferrars of Oversley.

NEVILE, -- ---- -----.

See Earl of Abergavenny, Vol. I. p.422.

The title is in the Earl of Strafford.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE FIRST
26 January 1297.

 


LORD ENGAINE.

John Engaine. The title became extinct upon the death of Thomas, third lord Engaine, 1366.

 


LORD WAHUL.

Thomas de Wahul. The title expired at his death. 1304.

 


LORD CHAWORTH.

Thomas de Chaworth for that time only.

 


LORD CRIOL.

Nicholas de Criol for that time only.

 


LORD CRESSEY.

William de Cressy for that time only.

 


LORD DE COUCI.

See Earl of Bedford, p.49.

 


LORD PIPARD.

Ralph Pipard. The title expired in him 1302.

 


LORD FITZPAYNE.

Robert Fitzpayne. Robert, second lord Fitzpayne, succeeded to the title of baron Brian in right of Elizabeth, his wife, grand-daughter of Guy Brian lord Brian. The titles became extinct in this family at his death 1353.

POYNINGS, -- ---- 1353.

See Lord Poynings, p.97.

 


LORD MOELS.

See Lord Newmarch, p.94.

 


LORD MORTIMER OF RICARDS CASTLE.

Hugh de Mortimer. The title became extinct at his death 1304.

 


LORD SAINT JOHN OF LAGEHAM.

John de Saint John. The title expired in John, third lord Saint John, 1330.

 


LORD BASSET OF WELDON.

Richard Basset. The title expired in Ralph, second Lord Basset, 1327.

 


LORD FRECHEVILLE.

Ralph de Frecheville for that time only. The title was renewed in John, his lineal descendant, by king Charles the second 16 March 1664, and became extinct at his death 1682.

 


LORD ARGENTINE.

Reginald de Argentine for that time only.

 


LORD GREY OF ROTHERFIELD.

John Grey. John, second lord Grey, succeeded to the title of baron Fitzalan of Bedal in right of Catherine, his wife, daughter of Brian. Fitzalan lord Fitzalan. The titles became extinct in this family upon the death of Robert, sixth lord Grey of Rotherfield, 14 January 1388.

DEINCOURT, -- ---- 1460.

See Lord Deincourt.

 


LORD GIFFARD.

Osbert Giffard for that time only.

 


LORD LANCASTER.

John de Lancaster. The title became extinct at his death 1334.

 


LORD FERRERS OF GROBY.

William de Ferrers, son of William fifth earl of Derby. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of William, fifth lord Ferrers, 18 May 1445.

GREY, 14 December, 1446.

See Earl of Stamford, Vol. I. p. 198.

 


LORD PINKNEY.

Henry de Pinkney. The title expired in him 1300.

 


LORD AUDLEY OF HELEIGH.

James de Audley. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of Nicholas, second lord Audley, 1391, and is in the family of Touchet.

 


LORD AP ADAM.

John Ap Adam. The title expired in him 1308.

 


LORD TREGOSE.

Robert de Tregose. The title became extinct at his death 21 August 1300.

 


LORD DEINCOURT.

Edmund Deincourt. John, fifth lord Deincourt, succeeded 1406 to the titles of baron Grey of Rotherfield and Fitzalan of Bedal in right of Joan, his wife, daughter of Robert Grey sixth lord Grey of Rotherfield. The titles became extinct in this family upon the death of William, sixth lord Deincourt, 1423.

LOVEL.

See Lord Lovel, Vol. II. p.183.

 


LORD LUCY.

Geoffrey de Lucy for that time only.

 


LORD LOVEL OF TICHMARSH.

See Lord Lovel, Vol. II. p.184.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE FIRST.

6 February 1299.

 


LORD SCALES.

Robert de Scales. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of Thomas, seventh lord Scales, 25 July 1460.

WIDVILLE, 27 May 1462.

Anthony Widville, son of Richard first earl of Rivers, succeeded to the title of baron Scales in right of Elizabeth, his wife, daughter of Thomas de Scales, seventh lord Scales; and, upon the death of his father, to the title of earl of Rivers.

 


LORD WELLES.

See Viscount Welles, p. 83.

 


LORD HACHE.

Eustace de Hache. The title became extinct at his death 1306.

 


LORD LEYBURNE.

William de Leyburne. The title became extinct at his death 1309.

 


LORD STAFFORD.

See Duke of Buckingham, p.10.

HOWARD, 12 September 1646.

See Duke of Norfolk, Vol. I. p.14.

 


LORD GRANDISON.

Otho de Grandison. The title expired in him 1305.

 


LORD GRANDISON OF RADLEY.

William de Grandison. The title expired in Peter, second lord Grandison of Radley 1358.

 


LORD GENEVILE.

Geoffery de Genevile. The title expired in him 1306.

 


LORD CLINTON.

See Duke of Newcastle, Vol. I. p.103.

FORTESCUE, 16 March 1721.

See Lord Fortescue, Vol. II. p. 151.

The title is in the earl of Orford.

 


LORD CLIFFORD OF APPLEBY.

See Lord Clifford of Appleby, Vol. II. p. 57.

TUFTON, -- ----- 1691.

See Earl of Thanet, Vol. I. p.214.

COKE, 13 August 1734.

See Earl of Thanet, Vol. I. p.214.

The title is in the family of Southwel Clifford.

 


LORD FERRARS OF CHARTLEY.

See Earl of Derby, p.45.

DEVEREUX, 26 July 1461.

See viscount Devereux, Vol. II. p.2

SHIRLEY, 14 December 1677.

See Earl Ferrers, Vol. I. p.278.

The title is in the earl of Leicester.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE FIRST

29 December 1299.

 


LORD DELAMARE.

John Delamare. The title expired in him 1314.

 


LORD MOHUN.

John de Mohun. The title expired in John, second lord Mohun, 1373.

 


LORD CHAVENT.

Peter Chavent for that time only.

 


LORD BAILLOL.

Alexander de Baillol. The title expired in him 1306.

 


LORD RYTHRE.

William de Rythre. The title expired in him 1308.

 


LORD CANTILUPE.

William de Cantilupe. The title expired upon the death of Nicholas, third lord Cantilupe, 1355.

 

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