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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.

 


LORD PECHE.

Gilbert Peche. The title expired in him 1322.

 


LORD TYES.

Henry le Tyes. The title became extinct at his death 1322.

 


LORD SUDLEY.

John de Sudley. The title expired in him 1320.

 


LORD STRANGE OF KNOCKYN.

See Baroness Strange, Vol. II. p. 67.

STANLEY, -- ---- 1482.

See Earl of Derby, Vol. I. p. 156.

The title is in the family of Murray.

 


LORD DELAWARD.

Robert Delaward. The title expired in him 1334.

 


LORD VAVASOR.

William le Vavasor. The title expired in Walter, second lord Vavasor, 1314.

 


LORD GRENDON.

Ralph de Grendon. The title expired in him 1305.

 


LORD MORLEY.

William de Morley. Robert, second lord Morley, succeeded 1317 to the titles of lord Marshal, Hengham and Rhie, in right of Hawise, his wife, daughter of William Marshal first lord Marshal. The titles became extinct in this family upon the death of Robert, sixth lord Morley, 1442.

LOVEL, -- ---- 1470.

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

PARKER, -- ---- 1529.

Henry Parker had summons to parliament by the titles of baron Morley, Marshal, Hengham and Rhie, in right of Alice, his mother, daughter of William Lovel first lord Morley. William, fourth lord Morley, succeeded 1603 to the title of baron Monteagle in right of Elizabeth, his mother, daughter of William Stanley, third lord Monteagle. The titles became extinct 1696.

 


LORD TOUCHET.

See Lord Audley, Vol. II. p.63.

 


LORD SAINT AMAND.

Almeric de Saint Amand. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of Almeric, fourth lord Saint Amand, 13 June 1416.

BEAUCHAMP, -- ---- 1449.

William Beauchamp, cousin of John lord Beauchamp of Powyk, had summons to parliament by the title of baron Saint Amand, in right of Elizabeth, his wife, grand-daughter of Almeric fourth lord Saint Amand. The title became extinct upon the death of Richard, second lord Saint Amand, 1508.

 


LORD SAINT JOHN OF VASING.

John de Saint John. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of Edmund, third lord Saint John, 1347.

SAINT PHILIBERT, -- ---- 1348.

John de Saint Philibert had summons to parliament by the title of baron Saint John of Basing, in right of Margaret, his wife, daughter of Hugh Saint John, second lord Saint John. The title expired at his death in the following year.

POYNINGS, -- ---- 1368.

Lucas de Poynings, brother of Michael first lord Poynings, had summons to parliament by the title of baron Saint John of Basing, in right of Isabel, his wife, daughter of Hugh Saint John second lord Saint John. The title became extinct upon the death of Thomas, second lord Saint John, 7 March 1429, and is in the duke of Bolton.

 


LORD NASLANDRON.

Serlo de Naslandron. The title expired in him 1306.

 


LORD LATIMER.

William de Latimer. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of William, fifth lord Latimer, 28 May 1381.

NEVILE, -- ----- 1418.

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

The title is in the duke of Northumberland.

 


LORD MOULTON OF EGREMONT.

Thomas de Moulton. The title became extinct upon the death of John, second lord Moulton, 23 November 1334.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE FIRST

1304.

 


LORD PAYNEL.

William Paynel. The title expired at his death 1 April 1317.

 


LORD BURGHERSH.

Robert de Burghersh. The title expired at his death 1306.

 


LORD TREGOSE.

Henry de Tregose. The title expired in him 1322.

 


LORD SEGRAVE.

Nicholas de Segrave, son of Nicholas first lord Segrave. The title became extinct at his death 1322.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE SECOND

15 November 1307

 


LORD MOULTON OF GILLESLAND.

See Lord Dacre, Vol. II. p.70.

DACRE, -- ----- 1321.

See Lord Dacre, Vol. II. p.70.

FIENNES, 7 November 1459.

See Lord Dacre, Vol. II. p.71.

DACRE, -- ----- 1473.

Humphrey Dacre, son of Thomas sixth lord Dacre, was confirmed by king Edward the fourth lord Dacre of the North. Thomas, second lord Dacre, succeeded 1487 to the title of baron Greystoc in right of Elizabeth, his wife, grand-daughter of Ralph Greystoc eighth lord Greystoc. The title of baron Dacre of the North became extinct upon the death of George, fifth lord Dacre, 17 May 1569, and that of Greystoc is in the duke of Norfolk.

LENNARD, -- ---- 1612.

See Lord Dacre, Vol. II. p.71.

The title is in the family of Roper.

 


LORD CROMWEL

John de Cromwel. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of Ralph, third lord Cromwel, 4 January 1456.

BOURCHIER, 4 November 1461.

Humphrey Bourchier, son of Henry first earl of Essex, had summons to parliament by the title of baron Cromwel in right of Joan, his wife, grand-daughter of Ralph Cromwel second lord Cromwel, which title became extinct at his death 4 May 1471.

 


LORD TIBETOT

Payne Tibetot. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of Robert, third lord Tibetot, 13 April 1372.

 


LORD BOTTETOURT

John de Bottetourt. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of John, third lord Bottetourt, 1385.

BERKELEY, -- ----- 1764.

See Baroness Bottetourt, Vol. II. p.69

The title is in the duchess of Beaufort,

 


LORD GRESLEY

Thomas de Gresley. The title expired in him 1310.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE SECOND

1308.

 


LORD MARSHAL OF HENGHAM AND RHIE.

William Marshal. The title became extinct upon the death of John, second lord Marshal, 1317.

MORLEY, -- ----- 1317.

See Lord Morley, p. 118.

 


LORD UFFORD

See Earl of Suffolk, p.36.

 


LORD MONTHERMER.

Ralph de Monthermer. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of Thomas, second lord Monthermer, 1340.

MONTACUTE, -- ----- 1357.

See Duke of Manchester, Vol. I. p.83.

 


LORD ORREBY

John de Orreby. The title expired in him 1310.

 


LORD SOMERIE OF DUDLEY.

John de Somerie. The title became extinct in this family at his death 21 December 1321.

SUTTON, -- ----- 1342.

John de Sutton had summons to parliament by the title of baron Dudley in right of Margaret, his mother, sister of John Somerie lord Somerie. John, fourth lord Dudley, had issue, 1. Edmund, father of John fifth lord Dudley. 2. John, grandfather of John Dudley duke of Northumberland. The title became extinct upon the death of Edward, ninth lord Dudley, 23 June 1643.

WARD, -- ----- 1643.

See Viscount Dudley and Ward, Vol. II. p.39.

LEA, -- ----- 1740.

See Viscount Dudley and Ward, Vol. II. p.39.

 


LORD CAILLY

Thomas de Cailly. The title expired in him 1310.

 


LORD GORGES.

Ralph de Gorges. The title expired in him 1322.

 


LORD ZOUCH

William la Zouch. The title became extinct upon the death of Edward, ninth lord Zouch, 1627.

 


LORD EVERINGHAM

Adam de Everingham. The title expired at his death 1369.

 


LORD BEAUMONT

See Viscount Beaumont, p.82.

 


LORD STRANGE OF BLACKMERE.

Fulke le Strange. He succeeded 142- to the title of baron Giffard of Brimsfield in right of Eleanor, his wife, daughter of John Giffard first Giffard. The titles became extinct in this family upon the death of John, fifth lord Strange, 3 August 1375, and are claimed by the duke of Norfolk and the earl of Shrewsbury.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE SECOND

1309.

 


LORD BADLESMERE

Bartholomew de Badlesmere. The title became extinct upon the death of Giles, second lord Badlesmere, 1337.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE SECOND

1311.

 


LORD HASTANG

Robert de Hastang for that time only.

 


LORD ECHINGHAM

William de Echingham. The title expired upon the death of Robert, second lord Echingham, 1328.

 


LORD BURNEL

Edward Burnel. The title became extinct in this family at his death 1315.

LOVEL, -- ----- 131-.

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

HANDLO, -- ----- 1327.

John de Handlo had summons to parliament in right of Maud, his wife, lifter of Edward Burnel lord Burnel. The title became extinct upon the death of Hugh, third lord Burnel, 27 November 1420.

 


LORD LISLE OF RUGEMONT.

Robert de Lisle. The title became extinct upon the death of John, second lord Lisle, 14 October 1356.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE SECOND

1312.

 


LORD FELTON

Robert de Felton. The title expired in John, second lord Felton, 1342.

 


LORD STAPLETON

Miles de Stapleton. The title expired upon the death of Nicholas, second d lord Stapleton, 1343.

 


LORD BAVENT

Robert Bavent. The title expired in him in the following year.

 


LORD COBHAM

Henry de Cobham. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of John, second lord Cobham, 10 January 1408.

OLDCASTLE, -- ----- 1410.

John Oldcastle had summons to parliament by the title of baron Cobham in right of Joan, his wife, grand-daughter of John Cobham second lord Cobham, which title became extinct in this family at his death 1417.

BROOKE, -- ----- 1447.

Edward Brooke had summons to parliament by the title of baron Cobham in right of Joan, his grandmother, grand-daughter of John Cobham second lord Cobham, which title became extinct upon the death of John, seventh lord Cobham, 1651.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE SECOND

26 July 1313.

 


LORD WILLOUGHBY DE ERESBY

See Baroness Willoughby de Eresby, Vol. II. p.75.

WELLES, -- ----- 1461.

See Baroness Willoughby de Eresby, Vol. II. p.75.

BERTIE, 19 September 1580.

See Duke of Ancaster, Vol. I. p.75.

The title is in the family of Durrel.

 


LORD CHARLTON OF POWIS.

John de Charlton. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of Edward, fourth lord Charlton, 1421.

GREY, -- ----- 1421.

See Earl of Tankerville, p. 55.

TISBETOT, -- ----- 1430.

See Earl of Worcester, p.48.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE SECOND

1314.

 


LORD HOTHAM

John de Hotham for that time only.

 


LORD NORWICH

Walter de Norwich for that time only.

 


LORD VAVASOR

Walter le Vavasor for that time only.

 


LORD BENSTED

John de Bensted for that time only.

 


LORD HOLLAND

Robert de Holland. Thomas, his son, succeeded to the title of earl of Kent.

See Duke of Surrey, p.7.

 


LORD SAINT MAUR

Nicholas de Saint Maur. The title became extinct upon the death of Richard, fifth lord Saint Maur, 1409.

 


LORD SCROOP

See Earl of Sunderland, p. 64.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE SECOND

1317.

 


LORD D'AMORIE

Roger d'Amorie. The title became extinct at his death 1320.

 


LORD AUDLEY

Hugh de Audley, brother of Nicholas first lord Audley of Heleigh. Hugh, his son, succeeded to the title of earl of Gloucester.

See Earl of Gloucester, p.40.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE SECOND

1320.

 


LORD ARCHDECKNE

 

Thomas le Archdeckne. The title expired in John, second lord Archdeckne, 1342.

 


LORD FITZHUGH

Henry Fitzhugh. Henry, third lord Fitzhugh, succeeded to the title of baron Saint Quintin. That of Marmion also came into this family. The titles became extinct in this family upon the death of George, sixth lord Fitzhugh, 1512.

PARR, -- ----- 1538.

See Marquis of Northampton, p.21.

 


LORD LUCY

Anthony de Lucy. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of Anthony, third lord Lucy, and is in the duke of Northumberland.

 


LORD PECHE

John Peche. The title expired in him 1335.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE SECOND

1321.

 


LORD HARCLA

See Earl of Carlisle, p. 51.

 


LORD STRATHBOLGIE

David de Strathbolgie earl of Athol of the kingdom of Scotland. The title became extinct upon the death of David, third lord Strathbolgie, 10 October 1375.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE SECOND

1323.

 


LORD ATON

Gilbert de Aton. The title expired in William, second lord Aton, 1370.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE SECOND

1324.

 


LORD HARRINGTON

John de Harrington. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of William, fourth lord Harrington, 10 March 1458.

BONVILLE -- ----- ----.

See Lord Bonville.

 


LORD COBHAM

Ralph de Cobham for that time only.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE SECOND

1326.

 


LORD SWILLINGTON

Adam de Swillington. The title expired in him 1328.

 


LORD COBHAM

Stephen de Cobham, brother of Ralph de Cobham who had summons to parliament in the year 1324. The title expired at his death 1332.

 


LORD BLOUNT

John de Blount. The title expired in him 1328.

 


LORD STRANGE

See Earl of Lincoln, p.47.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

1327.

 


LORD INGHAM

John de Ingham. The title became extinct at his death, 1344.

 


LORD MALTRAVERS

John Maltravers. The title became extinct in this family at his death 16 February 1364.

FITZALAN, -- ----- 1377.

John Fitzalan, son of Richard fifth earl of Arundel, had summons to parliament by the title of baron Maltravers in right of Eleanor, his wife, daughter of John Maltravers lord Maltravers. Thomas, his son, succeeded to the title of earl of Arundel. The titles of baron Maltravers, Fitzalan of Clun and Oswaldestre, descended to the family of Howard duke of Norfolk.

 


LORD PIPE

Thomas de Pipe for that time only.

 


LORD MEYNEL

Hugh de Meynel for that time only.

 


LORD SOMERVILLE

Roger de Somerville for that time only.

 


LORD DAUNEY

Nicholas Dauney for that time only.

 


LORD BLOUNT

William de Blount. The title expired in him 1337.

 


LORD BULMER

Ralph de Bulmer. The title expired in him 1339.

 


LORD BIRMINGHAM

Walter de Birmingham for that time only.

 


LORD FREVILE

Alexander de Frevile for that time only.

 


LORD ROSS OF KENDAL

William de Ross. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of John, third lord Ross, 1358.

PARR, -- ----- 1538.

See Marquis of Northampton, p.21.

 


LORD FITZWILLIAM.

William Fitzwilliam, ancestor of earl Fitzwilliam, for that time only.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

1332.

 


LORD CRETING

John de Creting for that time only.

 


LORD ERDINGTON

Henry de Erdington for that time only.

 


LORD KERDESTON

Roger de Kerdeston. The title expired upon the death of William second lord Kerdeston, 14 October 1361.

 


LORD HAUSTEAD

John de Haustead. The title expired in him 1335.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

1333.

 


LORD CHANDOS

Roger de Chandos. The title expired at his death 1353.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

1335.

 


LORD NEVILE OF ESSEX.

John de Nevile. The title became extinct at his death 25 July 1358.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

1336.

 


LORD BEAUCHAMP OF HACHE.

John Beauchamp. The title became extinct upon the death of John, second lord Beauchamp, 7 October 1361.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

1337.

 


LORD LEYBURNE

John de Leyburne. The title became extinct at his death 1348.

 


LORD SWINERTON

Roger de Swinerton for that time only.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

25 February 1342.

 


LORD WILLINGTON

Ralph de Willington for that time only.

 


LORD COBHAM

Reginald de Cobham. The title expired at his death 5 October 1361.

 


LORD DE LA BECHE

Nicholas de la Beche for that time only.

 


LORD BOURCHIER

Robert de Bourchier The title of Lovaine also came into this family.

The titles became extinct in this family upon the death of Bartholomew, third lord Bourchier, 18 May 1409.

STAFFORD, -- ----- 1411.

Hugh Stafford, son of Hugh second earl of Stafford, had summons to parliament by the titles of baron Bourchier and Lovaine in right of Elizabeth, his wife, daughter of Bartholomew Bourchier third lord Bourchier The titles became extinct in this family at his death 1421.

ROBESART, -- ----- 1425.

Lewis Robesart had summons to parliament by the titles of baron Bourchier and Lovaine in right of Elizabeth, his wife, daughter of Bartholomew Bourchier third lord Bourchier The titles became extinct in this family at his death 1431.

BOURCHIER, -- ----- 1435.

See Earl of Essex, p. 46.

DEVEREUX, -- ----- 1539.

See Viscount Hereford, Vol. II. p.2.

SHIRLEY, 14 December 1677.

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

The titles are in the earl of Leicester.

 


LORD BRADESTAN

Thomas Bradestan. The title became extinct upon the death of Thomas, second lord Bradestan, 1374.

 


LORD MONTGOMERY

John de Montgomery for that time only.

 


LORD PATESHUL

John de Pateshul for that time only.

 


LORD STRIVELIN

John de Strivelin. The title expired in him 1370.

 


LORD TRUSSEL

William Trussel for that time only.

 


LORD LONGVILLIERS

John de Longvilliers for that time only.

 


LORD COLVILE

Robert de Colvile. The title expired at his death 1368.

 


LORD KIRKETON

Thomas de Kirketon for that time only.

 


LORD MAUDUIT

John de Mauduit for that time only.

 


LORD MONTACUTE

Edward de Montacute. The title became extinct at his death 1361.

 


LORD HOLLAND

Robert de Holland, brother of Thomas earl of Kent. The title became extinct in this family at his death 16 March 1373.

 


LORD LOVEL

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

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

1443.

 


LORD GREY DE WILT0N

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

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

1344.

 


LORD UGHTRED

Thomas Ughtred. The title expired at his death 1364.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

1347.

 


LORD MOLINS

John de Molins. The title became extinct in this family upon the death of William, fifth lord Molins, 8 May 1429.

HUNGERFORD, -- ----- 1441.

See Lord Hungerford.

 


LORD DAGWORTH

Thomas de Dagworth. The title expired in him in the following year.

 


LORD MANNY

Walter de Manny. The title became extinct at his death 1372.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

1348.

 


LORD HUSE

Roger Huse. The title expired in him in the following year.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

1350.

 


LORD MUSGRAVE

Thomas Musgrave. The title expired in him 1373.

 


LORD BRIAN

Guy de Brian. The title became extinct in this family at his death 1390.

FITZPAYNE -- ----- --.

See Lord Fitzpayne, p.110.

 


LORD BEAUCHAMP OF ELMSLEY.

John Beauchamp, son of Guy second earl of Warwick. The title expired in him 1360.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

1353.

 


LORD GREY OF RUTHEN.

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

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

1357.

 


LORD LISLE

Gerard de Lisle. The title became extinct upon the death of Warren, second lord Lisle, 28 June 1382.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

1360.

 


LORD BENHALE

Robert de Benhale for that time only.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

1362.

 


LORD KIRKETON

John de Kirketon. The title became extinct at his death 20 February 1367.

 


LORD HUNTINGFIELD.

John de Huntingfield. The title expired in him 1369.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

1363.

 


LORD BOHUN OF MIDHURST.

John de Bohun. The title expired at his death 1367.

 


LORD BEAUCHAMP OF BLETSHOE.

Roger de Beauchamp, great nephew of William first earl of Warwick.

The title expired at his death 1380.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

1365.

 


LORD DE LA POLE

Michael de la Pole, afterwards duke of Suffolk.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

1368.

 


LORD BOTREAUX

See Lord Newmarch, p. 94.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

1370.

 


LORD HERON

William Heron. William, second lord Heron, succeeded to the title of baron Say in right of Joan, his wife, daughter of William Say fifth lord Say. The titles became extinct at his death 1404.

 


SUMMONED BY KING EDWARD THE THIRD

1375.

 


LORD CLIFTON

John de Clifton. The title expired in Constantine, ----- lord Clifton, 1394.

 


SUMMONED BY KING RICHARD THE SECOND

1377.

 


LORD SCROOP OF MARSHAM.

Henry le Scroop. The title became extinct upon the death of Geoffrey, eighth lord Scroop, 1517.

 


SUMMONED BY KING RICHARD THE SECOND

1381.

 


LORD WINDSOR

William de Windsor, one of the ancestors of the earl of Plymouth, The title expired in him 1383.

 


SUMMONED BY KING RICHARD THE SECOND

1383.

 


LORD FALVESLEY

John de Falvesley. The title expired in him 1392.

 


SUMMONED BY KING RICHARD THE SECOND

1384.

 


LORD LUMLEY OF KYLTON CASTLE.

See Earl of Scarborough, Vol. I. p.249.

 


LORD DEVEREUX

John Devereux. The title became extinct at the death of John, second lord Devereux, 1396.

 

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