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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 BEAUCHAMP OF KIDDERMINSTER.

BEAUCHAMP, 10 October 1387.

John Beauchamp, great nephew of William first earl of Warwick, was created by king Richard the second baron Beauchamp of Kidderminster, which title became extinct by his attainder in the following year. He is the first baron created by patent in this kingdom.

 


 

HUNGERFORD, 7 January 1426.

Walter de Hungerford had summons to parliament in the reign of king Henry the sixth by the title of baron Hungerford. Robert, third lord Hungerford, succeeded 1441 to the title of baron Molins in right of Eleanor, his wife, daughter of William fifth lord Molins, and 1461 to the titles of baron Newmarch, Moels and Botreaux, in right of Margaret, his mother, daughter of William Botreaux third lord Newmarch. The titles became extinct in this family upon the death of Thomas, fourth lord Hungerford, 1468, and are in the earl of Huntingdon.

 


LORD FANHOPE

CORNWAL, 17 July 1433.

John Fanhope was created by king Henry the sixth baron Fanhope, and 30 January 1442 baron Milbroke. The titles became extinct at his death 1443.

 


LORD SUDLEY

BOTELER, 10 September 1441.

Ralph Boteler, grandson of William first lord Boteler of Oversley, was created by king Henry the sixth baron Sudley, which title became extinct at his death 2 May 1473.

 


LORD LISLE

TALBOT, 26 July 1444.

See Earl of Shrewsbury, Vol. I. p.149.

 


LORD SAY AND SELE.

FIENNES, 3 March 1447.

See Lord Say and Sele, Vol. II. p.79.

The title is in the family of Twisleton.

 


LORD BEAUCHAMP OF POWYK.

BEAUCHAMP, 2 May 1447.

John Beauchamp, of the family of the Beauchamps dukes of Warwick, was created by king Henry the sixth baron Beauchamp of Powyk, which title became extinct upon the death of Richard, second lord Beauchamp, 1503.

 


LORD RIVERS

Widvile, 29 May 1448.

See Earl of Rivers, p. 56.

 


LORD HOO AND HASTINGS

HOO, 2 June 1448.

Thomas Hoo was created by king Henry the sixth baron Hoo and Hastings, which title became extinct at his death.

 


LORD BROMFLETE

Bromflete, 14 January 1449.

See Lord Vesci, p.92.

 


LORD EGREMONT

PERCY, 20 November 1449.

See Duke of Northumberland, Vol. I. p. 110.

 


LORD BONVILLE

BONVILLE, -- ----- 1449.

William Bonville had summons to parliament in the reign of king Henry the sixth by the title of baron Bonville, which title became extinct in this family at his death 17 February 1461. William, his grandson, succeeded to the title of baron Harrington in right of Elizabeth, his mother, daughter of William fourth lord Harrington, which title also became extinct in this family at his death 31 December 1460. The titles are in the earl of Stamford.

 


LORD BERNERS

BOURCHIER, -- ----- 1455.

John Bourchier, brother of Henry first earl of Essex, had summons to parliament in the reign of king Henry the sixth by the title of baron Berners, which title became extinct in this family upon the death of John, second lord Berners, 16 March 1532.

KNIVET, -- ----- 1720.

Catherine Knivet, descended from Jane, daughter of John Bourchier second lord Berners, was admitted by king George the first to the dignity of baroness Berners, and married Richard Bockenham esquire. The title became extinct at her death 1773.

 


LORD HERBERT OF RAGLAND, CHEPSTOW AND GOWER.

HERBERT, 4 November 1461.

See Earl of Pembroke, Vol. I. p. 166.

The titles are in the duke of Beaufort.

 


LORD WENLOC

WENLOC, 4 November 1461.

John Wenloc had summons to parliament in the reign of king Edward the fourth by the title of baron Wenloc, which title became extinct at his death 4 May 1471.

 


LORD OGLE

OGLE, 4 May 1461.

Robert Ogle had summons to parliament in the reign of king Edward the fourth by the title of baron Ogle, which title became extinct upon the death of Cuthbert, seventh lord Ogle, 1597.

CAVENDISH, 3 November 1620.

See Duke of Devonshire, Vol. I. p. 49.

 


LORD NEVILE OF MONTACUTE.

NEVILE, 4 November 1461.

See Earl of Abergavenny, Vol. I. p.424.

 


LORD STAFFORD OF SOUTHWIC.

STAFFORD, 24 April 1464.

See Earl of Devon, p.41.

 


LORD MOUNTJOY

MOUNTJOY, 20 June 1465.

See Earl of Devon, p.41.

 


LORD DAUBENEY

DAUBENEY, 12 March 1486.

See Earl of Bridgwater, p. 59.

 


LORD CHENEY

CHENEY, -- ---- 1487.

John Cheney was created by king Henry the seventh baron Cheney, which title became extinct upon the death of Henry, second lord Cheney.

 


LORD BURGH

BURGH, 29 September 1487.

Thomas Burgh was created by king Henry the seventh baron Burgh, which title became extinct upon the death of Thomas, seventh lord Burgh, 1598.

 


LORD BURGH

WILLOUGHBY, 12 August 1492.

See Lord Willoughby de Broke, Vol. II. p.84.

The title is in the family of Verney.

 


LORD CONIERS

CONIERS, -- ----- 1502.

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

DARCY -- ----- ----.

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

The title is in the family of Osborne.

 


LORD MONTEAGLE

STANLEY, -- ----- 1514.

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

 


LORD MARNEY

MARNEY, 9 April 1523.

Henry Marney was created by king Henry the eighth baron Marncy, which title became extinct upon the death of John, second lord Marney, 1525.

 


LORD SANDYS OF THE VINE.

SANDYS, 27 April 1523.

William Sandys was created by king Henry the eighth baron Sandys, which title became extinct in this family upon the death of William, fourth lord Sandys, 12 November 1629.

SANDYS, -- ----- ----.

See Lord Sandys, Vol. II. p. 148.

 


LORD VAUX OF HARROWDEN.

VAUX, 27 April 1523.

Nicholas Vaux was created by king Henry the eighth baron Vaux, which title became extinct upon the death of Edward, fourth lord Vaux, 1661.

 


LORD HUSSEY

HUSSEY. 3 November 1529.

John Hussey had summons to parliament in the reign of king Henry the eighth by the title of baron Hussey, which title became extinct by his attainder 1537.

 


LORD BRAY

BRAY, 3 November 1529.

Edward Bray had summons to parliament in the reign of king Henry the eighth by the title of baron Bray, which title became extinct upon the death if John, second lord Bray, 18 November 1557.

 


LORD HUNGERFORD

HUNGERFORD, 8 June 1536.

Walter Hungerford had summons to parliament in the reign of king Henry the eighth by the title of baron Hungerford, which title became extinct by his attainder 1539.

 


LORD CROMWEL OF OKEHAM.

CROMWEL, 9 July 1536.

See Earl of Essex, p. 46.

 


LORD PARR

PARR, -- ----- 1538.

See Marquis of Northampton, p.21.

 


LORD AUDLEY OF WALDEN.

AUDLEY, 29 November 1538.

Thomas Audley was created by king Henry the eighth baron Audley, which title became extinct at his death 30 April 1544.

 


LORD CROMWEL

CROMWEL, 18 December 1540.

See Earl of Essex, p. 46.

 


LORD PARR OF HORTON.

PARR, 23 December 1543.

William Parr, uncle to William Parr marquis of Northampton, was created by king Henry the eighth baron Parr of Horton, which title became extinct at his death 1546.

 


LORD WRIOTHESLEY

WRIOTHESLEY, 1 January 1544.

See Earl of Southampton, p.59.

 


LORD EVERS

EVERS, 24 February 1544.

William Evers was created by king Henry the eighth baron Evers, which title became extinct upon the death of Ralph, second lord Evers, 1698.

 


LORD POYNINGS

POYNINGS, 30 January 1545.

Edward Poynings, grandson of Robert sixth lord Poynings, was created by king Henry the eighth baron Poynings, which title became extinct at his death 1545.

 


LORD SEYMOUR OF SUDLEY.

SEYMOUR, 16 February 1547.

See Duke of Somerset, Vol. I. p. 16.

 


LORD SHEFFIELD

SHEFFIELD, 16 February 1547.

See Duke of Buckinghamshire, p. 17.

 


LORD RICH

RICH, 16 February 1547.

See Earl of Warwick, p. 38.

 


LORD WILLOUGHBY OF PARHAM.

WILLOUGHBY, 16 February 1547.

See Lord Middleton, Vol. II. p.127.

 


LORD WHARTON

WHARTON, -- ----- 1547.

See Duke of Wharton, p. 19.

 


LORD PAGET

PAGET, 3 December 1549.

See Earl of Uxbridge, Vol. I. p.431.

 


LORD DARCY OF CHICHE.

DARCY, 5 April 1550.

See Earl of Rivers, p. 56.

 


LORD WILLIAMS OF THAME.

WILLIAMS, 5 April 1554.

John Williams was created by queen Mary baron Williams, which title became extinct at his death 1559.

 


LORD HASTINGS OF LOUGHBOROUGH

HASTINGS, 19 January 1558.

See Earl of Huntingdon, Vol. I. p. 163.

 


LORD HUNSDON

CAREY, 13 January 1559.

See Earl of Dover, p.64.

 


LORD NORREYS

NORREYS, 8 May 1572.

See Earl of Berkshire, p. 6o.

The title is in the earl of Abingdon.

 


LORD SIDNEY

SIDNEY, 13 May 1603.

See Earl of Leicester, p.42.

 


LORD KNOLLES

KNOLLES, 13 May 1603.

See Earl of Banbury, p. 63.

 


LORD WOTTON

WOTTON, 13 May 1603.

Edward Wotton was created by king James the first baron Wotton, which title became extinct upon the death of Thomas, second lord Wotton, 2 April 1630.

 


LORD HARRINGTON OF EXTON.

HARRINGTON, 21 July 1603.

John Harrington was created by king James the first baron Harrington, which title became extinct at his death 1613.

 


LORD DANVERS

DANVERS, 21 July 1603.

See Earl of Danby, p.62

 


LORD GERARD OF BROMLEY.

GERARD, 21 July 1603.

Thomas Gerard was created by king James the first baron Gerard, which title became extinct upon the death of Digby, fifth lord Gerard, 1711.

 


LORD HUME

HUME, 7 July 1604.

George Hume was created by king James the first baron Hume, which title became extinct at his death 1611.

 


LORD DENNY

DENNY, -- ----- 1605.

See Earl of Norwich, p. 63.

 


LORD STANHOPE OF HARRINGTON.

STANHOPE, 4 May 1605.

See Earl of Chesterfield, Vol. I. p. 210.

 


LORD CAREW

CAREW, 4 June 1605.

See Earl of Totness, p.62.

 


LORD KNIVET OF ESCRICKE

KNIVET, 4 July 1605.

Thomas Knivet had Summons to parliament in the reign of king James the first by the title of baron Knivet, which title became extinct at his death 27 April 1622.

 


LORD CLIFTON

CLIFTON, 9 July 1608.

See Lord Clifton, Vol. II. p.99.

STUART, -- ----- 1619.

See Lord Clifton, Vol. II. p.99.

The title is in the family of Bligh.

 


LORD HAY

HAY, 29 June 1615.

See Lord Hay, Vol., II. p. 124.

 


LORD HOUGHTON

HOLLES, 9 July 1616.

See Duke of Newcastle, p. 15.

 


LORD DIGBY

DIGBY, 25 November 1618.

See Lord Digby, Vol. II. p.197

 


LORD VERULAM

Bacon, 11 July 1619.

See Viscount Saint Albans, p. 85.

 


LORD MONTAGU OF BOUGHTON.

MONTAGU, 29 June 1621.

See Duke of Montagu, p. 18.

 


LORD CRANFIELD

CRANFIELD, 9 July 1621.

See Earl of Middlesex, p. 6o.

 


LORD CAREY

CAREY, 6 February 1622.

See Earl of Monmouth, p. 62.

 


LORD KENSINGTON

RICH, 8 March 1623.

See Earl of Warwick, p. 38.

 


LORD GREY OF WERKE.

GREY, 11 February 1624.

See Earl of Tankerville, p. 56.

 


LORD DEINCOURT

LEAKE, 26 October 1624.

See Earl of Scarsdale, p.67.

 


LORD LEY

LEY, 31 December 1624.

See Earl of Marlborough, p.63.

 


LORD ROBARTES

ROBARTES, 26 January 1625.

See Earl of Radnor, p. 72,

 


LORD CONWAY

CONWAY, 22 March 1625.

See Earl of Conway, p. 73.

 


LORD CECIL OF PUTNEY

CECIL, 6 November 1625.

See Earl of Exeter, Vol. 1 p. 179.

 


LORD VERE OF TILBURY.

VERE, -- ----- 1625.

Horace Vere was created by king Charles the first baron Vere, which title became extinct at his death 1635.

 


LORD TREGOSE

SAINT JOHN, 21 May 1626.

See Viscount Bolingbroke, Vol. II. p. 12.

 


LORD CARLETON

CARLETON, 22 May 1626.

See Viscount Dorchester, p. 87.

 


LORD MOUNTJOY

BLOUNT, -- ----- 1627.

See Earl of Newport, p. 65.

 


LORD LOVELACE

LOVELACE, 31 May 1627.

Richard Lovelace was created by king Charles the first baron Lovelace, which title became extinct upon the death of Nevile, fourth lord Lovelace, 1736.

 


LORD HERVEY OF KIDBROOK.

HERVEY, 7 February 1628.

See Earl of Bristol, p.294.

 


LORD MAYNARD

MAYNARD, 14 March 1628.

See Viscount Maynard, Vol. II. p.41.

 


LORD COVENTRY

COVENTRY, 10 April 1628.

See Earl of Coventry, Vol. I. p.259.

 


LORD WESTON

WESTON, 13 April 1628.

See Earl of Portland, p. 66.

 


LORD GORING

GORING, 14 April 1628.

See Earl of Norwich, p. 64.

 


LORD MOHUN

MOHUN, 15 April 1628.

John Mohun was created by king Charles the first baron Mohun, which title became extinct upon the death of Charles, fourth lord Mohun, 15 November 1712.

 


LORD HOWARD OF ESCRICKE.

HOWARD, 29 April 1628.

See Earl of Suffolk, Vol. I. p.172.

 


LORD SAVILE

SAVILE, 21 July 1628.

See Earl of Sussex, p. 58.

 


LORD WENTWORTH

WENTWORTH, 22 July 1628.

See Earl of Strafford, Vol. I. p.281.

 


LORD DUNSMORE

LEIGH, 31 July 1628.

See Earl of Chichester, p.67.

 


LORD BUTLER OF BRAMFIELD.

BUTLER, 20 September 1628.

John Butler was created by king Charles the first baron Butler, which title became extinct upon the death of William, second lord Butler.

 


LORD POWIS

HERBERT, 2 April 1629.

See Marquis of Powis, p. 22.

 


LORD HERBERT OF CHERBURY.

HERBERT, 7 May 1629.

See Earl of Powis, Vol. I. p.350.

 


LORD COTTINGTON

COTTINGTON, 10 ---- 1631.

Francis Cottington was created by king Charles the first baron Cottington, which title became extinct at his death 1653.

 


LORD FINCH OF FORDWICH.

FINCH, 7 April 1640.

See Earl of Winchelsea, Vol. I. p. 204.

 


LORD LITTLETON

LITTLETON, 18 February 1641.

Edward Littleton was created by king Charles the first baron Littleton, which title became extinct at his death 27 August 1645.

 


LORD SEYMOUR OF TROWBRIDGE.

SEYMOUR, 19 February 1641.

See Duke of Somerset, Vol. I. p. 17.

 


LORD BRUCE

BRUCE, 1 August 1641.

See Earl of Aylesbury, Vol. I. p. 413.

 


LORD NEWPORT

NEWPORT, 14 October 1642.

See Earl of Bradford, p. 75.

 


LORD MINSHUL

MINSHUL, -- ----- 1642.

John Minshul was created by king Charles the first baron Minshul, which title became extinct at his death.

 


LORD CRAVEN OF RYTON.

CRAVEN, 21 March 1643.

See Lord Craven, Vol. II. p. 110.

 


LORD PERCY OF ALNWIC.

PERCY, 28 June 1643.

See Duke of Northumberland, Vol. I. p.114.

 


LORD WILMOT

WILMOT, 29 June 1643.

See Earl of Rochester, p. 68.

 


LORD HATTON

HATTON, 29 July 1643.

See Viscount Hatton, p. 89.

 


LORD HOPTON

HOPTON, 4 September 1643.

Ralph Hopton was created by king Charles the first baron Hopton, which title became extinct at his death -- September 1652.

 


LORD JERMYN

JERMYN, 8 September 1643.

See Earl of Saint Albans, p. 65.

 


LORD HASTINGS OF LOUGHBOROUGH.

HASTINGS, 23 October 1643.

See Earl of Huntingdon, Vol. I. p. 363.

 


LORD VAUGHAN

VAUGHAN, 25 October 1643.

Richard Vaughan earl of Carberry of the kingdom of Ireland was created by king Charles the first baron Vaughan, which title became extinct upon the death of -----, ----- lord Vaughan, 1713.

 


LORD CARRINGTON

SMITH, 31 October 1643.

Charles Smith was created by king Charles the first baron Carrington, which title became extinct upon the death of ----, ----- lord Carrington, 1705.

 


LORD WIDDRINGTON

WIDDRINGTON, 10 November 1643.

William Widdrington was created king Charles the first baron Widdrington, which title became extinct by the attainder of William, third lord Widdrington, 1715.

 


LORD COLEPEPPER

COLEPEPPER, 21 October 1644.

John Colepepper was created by king Charles the first baron Colepepper, which title became extinct upon the death of ---------, ---- lord Colepepper, 1719.

 


LORD ASTLEY

ASTLEY, 4 November 1644.

Jacob Astley was created by king Charles the first baron Astley, which title became extinct upon the death of Jacob, ----- lord Astley, 1688.

 


LORD CLIFFORD OF LANESBOROUGH.

BOYLE, 4 November 1644.

See Lord Boyle, Vol. II. p. 118.

 


LORD LUCAS

Lucas, 3 January 1645.

John Lucas was created by king Charles the first baron Lucas, which title became extinct upon the death of Thomas, third lord Lucas, 1705.

 


LORD BELLASYSE

BELLASYSE, 27 January 1645.

See Earl of Fauconberg, Vol. I. p.387.

 


LORD ROCKINGHAM

WATSON, 28 January 1645.

See Lord Sondes, Vol. II. p. 161.

 


LORD GERARD OF BRANDON.

GERARD, 8 November 1645.

See Earl of Macclesfield, p 72.

 


LORD LEXINGTON

SUTTON, 21 November 1645.

Robert Sutton was created by king Charles the first baron Lexington, which title became extinct upon the death of William George, third lord Lexington, 1723.

 


LORD WOTTON

KIRKHOVEN, 31 August 1650.

Charles Henry Kirkhoven was created by king Charles the second baron Wotton, which title became extinct at his death 1684.

 


LORD LANGDALE

LANGDALE, 4 February 1658.

Marmaduke Langdale was created by king Charles the Second baron Langdale, which title became extinct upon the death of Marmaduke, fifth lord Langdale, 1778.

 


LORD CROFTES

CROFTES, 18 May 1658.

William Croftes was created by king Charles the second baron Croftes, which title became extinct at his death 1677.

 


LORD BERKELEY OF STRATTON.

BERKELEY, 19 May 1658.

See Baroness Bottetourt, Vol. II. p. 68.

 


LORD HYDE

HYDE, 3 November 1660.

See Earl of Clarendon, p. 69.

 


LORD HOLLES

HOLLES, 20 April 1661.

Denzil Holles, son of John first earl of Clare, was created by Charles the second baron Holles, which title became extinct upon the death of Denzil, second lord Holles, 1694.

 


LORD DELAMERE

BOOTH, 20 April 1661.

See Earl of Warrington, p. 74.

 


LORD CREW

CREW, 20 April 1661.

John Crew was created by king Charles the second baron Crew, which title became extinct upon the death of Nathaniel, third lord Crew, 18 September 1722.

 


LORD FRECHEVILLE

FRECHEVILLE, 6 March 1664.

John Frecheville was created by king Charles the second baron Frecheville, which title became extinct at his death 1682.

 


LORD ARUNDEL OF TRERICE.

ARUNDEL, 23 March 1664.

See Lord Arundel of Wardour, Vol. II. p. 96.

 


LORD DURAS

DURAS, 19 January 1672.

See Earl of Feversham, p. 71.

 


LORD BUTLER OF WESTON.

BUTLER, 27 August 16--

Richard Butler earl of Arran of the kingdom of Ireland, son of James, first duke of Ormond, was created by king Charles the second lord Butler, which title became extinct at his death 1685.

 


BARONESS BELLASYSE

BELLASYSE, 25 March 1674.

Susan, daughter of sir William Airmine baronet, and relict of Henry Bellasyse son of John lord Bellasyse, was created by king Charles the second baroness Bellasyse for life.

 


LORD CARTERET

CARTERET, -- ----- 1681.

See Earl of Granville, p. 78.

 


LORD ALINGTON

ALINGTON, -- ----- 1682.

William Alington lord Alington of the kingdom of Ireland was created by king Charles the second baron Alington, which title became extinct upon the death of Hildebrand, second lord Alington, 1692.

 


LORD STAWEL

STAWELL, 15 January 1683.

See Lord Stawel, Vol. II. p.159.

 


LORD GODOLPHIN OF RIALTON.

GODOLPHIN, 8 September 1684.

See Earl of Godolphin, p. 77.

 


LORD DOVER

JERMYN, -- ----- 1685.

See Earl of Saint Albans, p. 65.

 


LORD JEFFRIES

JEFFRIES, 15 May 1685.

George Jeffries was created by king James the second baron Jeffries, which title became extinct upon the death of John, second lord Jeffries, 1703.

 


LORD GRIFFIN

GRIFFIN, 3 December 1688.

See Lord Howard of Walden, Vol. I. p.92.

 


LORD CAPEL OF TEWKESBURY.

CAPEL, 11 April 1692.

See Earl of Essex, Vol. I. p. 222.

 


LORD BUTLER OF WESTON.

BUTLER, -- ----- 1693.

Charles Butler earl of Arran of the kingdom of Ireland, grandson of James first duke of Ormond, was created by king William the third lord Butler, which title became extinct upon the death of lord Butler, 1759.

 


LORD HERBERT OF CHERBURY

HERBERT, 28 April 1694.

See Earl of Powis, Vol. I. p.350.

 


LORD HAVERSHAM

THOMPSON, 4 May 1696.

John Thompson was created by king William the third baron Haversham, which title became extinct upon the death of Maurice, second lord Haversham, 1744.

 


LORD SOMMERS

SOMMERS, -- ----- 1697.

John Sommers was created by king William the third baron Sommers, which title became extinct at his death 26 April 1716.

 


LORD HALIFAX

MONTAGU, -- ------ 1700.

See Earl of Halifax, p.72.

 


LORD GRANVILLE OF POTHERIDGE.

GRANVILLE, -- ------ 1702.

John Granville, son of John earl of Bath, was created by queen Anne baron Granville, which title became extinct at his death 1709.

 


LORD PELHAM OF LAUGHTON.

PELHAM, 29 November 1706.

See Lord Pelham, Vol. II. p.176.

 


LORD MOUNTJOY

WINDSOR, 31 December 1711.

See Earl of Plymouth, Vol. I. p.247.

 


LORD BURTON

PAGET, 31 December 1711.

See Earl of Uxbridge, Vol. I. p.432.

 


LORD MANSEL

MANSEL, 31 December 1711.

Thomas Mansel was created by queen Anne baron Mansel, which title became extinct upon the death of Buffy, fourth lord Mansel, 29 November 1750.

 


LORD LANSDOWN

GRANVILLE, 31 December 1711.

George Granville was created by queen Anne baron Lansdown, which title became extinct at his death 1734.

 


LORD MASHAM

MASHAM, 31 December 1711.

Samuel Masham was created by queen Anne baron Masham, which title became extinct upon the death of ------ -----, second lord Masham, 14 June 1776.

 


LORD FOLEY

FOLEY, 31 December 1711.

See Lord Foley, Vol. II. p.227.

 


LORD BINGLEY

BENSON, 21 July 1713.

Robert Benson was created by queen Anne baron Bingley, which title became extinct at his death 9 April 1731.

 


LORD SAUNDERSON

SAUNDERSON, -- ----- 1714.

See Earl of Castleton, p.79.

 


LORD PIERREPOINT

PIERREPOINT, 19 October 1714.

Gervase Pierrerpoint lord Pierrepoint of the kingdom of Ireland was created by king George the first baron Pierrepoint, which title became extinct at his death 22 May 1715.

 


LORD COBHAM

TEMPLE, 19 October 1714.

See Marquis of Buckingham, Vol. I. p. 128.

 


LORD CARLETON

BOYLE, 26 October 1714.

See Lord Boyle, Vol. II. p. 118.

 


LORD CONINGSBY

CONINGSBY, -- ------ 1716.

See Earl of Coningsby, p.78.

 


LORD TORRINGTON

NEWPORT, 25 June 1716.

Thomas Newport, son of Francis first earl of Bradford, was created by king George the first baron Torrington, which title became extinct at his death 27 May 1719.

 


LORD CADOGAN OF READING.

CADOGAN, 30 June 1716.

See Lord Cadogan, Vol. II. p.137.

 


LORD DUCIE OF MORTON.

DUCIE MORTON, 9 June 1720.

See Lord Ducie, Vol. II. p. 195.

 


LORD LECHMERE

LECHMERE, 25 August 1721.

Nicholas Lechmere was Created by king George the first baron Lechmere, which title became extinct at his death 18 June 1727.

 


LORD WILMINGTON

COMPTON, 11 January 1728.

See Earl of Northampton. Vol. I. p. 184.

 


LORD LOVEL

COKE, -- ----- 1728.

See Earl of Leicester, p.42.

 


LORD MALTON

WATSON WENTWORTH, 28 May 1728.

See Lord Sondes, Vol. II. p.162.

 


LORD RAYMOND

RAYMOND, 15 January 1731.

Robert Raymond was created by king George the second baron Raymond, which title became extinct upon the death of Robert, second lord Raymond, 1753.

 


LORD GODOLPHIN OF HELSTON.

GODOLPHIN, 23 January 1735.

See Earl of Godolphin, p. 77.

 


LORD ANSON

ANSON, 13 June 1747.

George Anson was created by king George the second baron Anson, which title became extinct at his death 6 June 1762.

 


LORD FEVERSHAM

DUNCOMBE, 27 June 1747.

Anthony Duncombe was created by king George the second baron Feversham, which title became extinct at his death 18 June 1763.

 


LORD RAVENSWORTH.

LIDDEL, 29 June 1747.

Henry Liddel was created by king George the second baron Liddel, which title became extinct at his death 1 February 1784.

 


LORD ARCHER

ARCHER, 14 July 1747.

Thomas Archer was created by king George the second baron Archer, which title became extinct upon the death of Andrew, second lord Archer, 25 February 1778.

 


LORD ROLLE

ROLLE, -- ----- 1747.

Henry Rolle was created by king George the second baron Rolle, which title became extinct at his death 1750.

 


LORD LYTTELTON

LYTTELTON, -- ----- 1756.

George Lyttelton was created by king George the second baron Lyttelton, which title became extinct upon the death of Thomas, second lord Lyttelton, 27 November 1779.

 


LORD HENLEY

HENLEY, 27 March 1760.

Robert Henley was created by king George the second baron Henley, and by king George the third 19 May 1764 viscount Henley and earl of Northington, which titles became extinct upon the death of Robert, second earl of Northington.

 


LORD MELCOMBE

DODINGTON, 3 April 1761.

George Bubb Dodington was created by king George the third baron Melcombe, which title became extinct at his, death 28 July 1762.

 


LORD BINGLEY

FOX LANE, 13 May 1762.

George Fox Lane was created by king George the third baron Bingley, which title became extinct at his death 1773.

 


LORD LIGONIER

LIGONIER, -- April 1763.

John lord viscount Ligonier of the kingdom of Ireland was created by king George the third baron Ligonier, and -- September 1766 earl Ligonier, which titles became extinct at his death 28 April 1770.

 


LORD MORDEN

YORKE, 18 January 1770.

See Earl of Hardwicke, Vol. I. p. 378.

 


LORD HUME

HUME CAMPBEL, 14 May 1776.

Alexander Hume Campbel, son of Hugh earl of Marchmont of the kingdom of Scotland, was created by king George the third baron Hume, which title became extinct at his death 1781.

 


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