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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.

 


VISCOUNTS

 


VISCOUNT BEAUMONT.

BEAUMONT, -- ---- 1439.

Henry Beaumont was created by king Edward the second lord Beaumont.

John, sixth lord Beaumont, was created by king Henry the sixth 1433 earl of Boulogne in the kingdom of France, and afterwards viscount Beaumont. The titles became extinct upon the death of William, second lord viscount Beaumont, 28 December 1508.

 


VISCOUNT BOURCHIER.

BOURCHIER, -- ---- 1446.

See Earl of Essex, p.45.

 


VISCOUNT LISLE

TALBOT, 30 October 1451.

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

GREY, 28 June 1483.

See Earl of Stamford, Vol. I. p.199.

BRANDON, 15 May 1513.

See Duke of Suffolk, p.11.

PLANTAGENET, 26 April 1533.

Arthur Plantagenet, natural son of king Edward the fourth, succeeded to the title of viscount Lisle in right of Elizabeth his wife, daughter of Edward Grey first lord viscount Lisle, and relict of Edmund Dudley, who had been betrothed to Charles Brandon first duke of Suffolk. The title became extinct in this family at his death 3 March 1542.

DUDLEY, 12 March 1542.

See Duke of Northumberland, p.12.

SIDNEY, 4 May 1605.

See Earl of Leicester, p.41.

 


VISCOUNT BERKELEY.

BERKELEY, 21 April 1481.

See Earl of Berkeley, Vol. I. p. 238.

 


VISCOUNT LOVEL.

LOVEL, 4 January 1483.

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

 


VISCOUNT WELLES.

WELLES, -- ----- 1488.

John, ninth Adam de Welles, was created by king Edward the first 1299 lord Welles. Lord Welles was created by king Henry the seventh viscount Welles. The titles became extinct at his death 9 February 1498.

 


VISCOUNT ROCHFORD.

BOLEYN, 18 June 1525.

See Earl of Wiltshire, p. 54.

CAREY, 6 July 1621.

See Earl of Dover, p.64.

 


VISCOUNT FITZWALTER

RATCLIFFE, 18 July 1525.

See Earl of Sussex, p.58.

 


VISCOUNT BEAUCHAMP.

SEYMOUR, 5 June 1536.

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

 


VISCOUNT BINDON.

HOWARD, 13 January 1559.

See Duke of Norfolk, Vol. I. p.12.

 


VISCOUNT ROCHESTER.

CARR, 25 March 1612.

See Earl of Somerset, p. 53.

 


VISCOUNT VILLIERS.

VILLIERS, 27 August 1616.

See Earl of Jersey, Vol. I. p. 262.

 


VISCOUNT WALLINGFORD.

KNOLLES, 7 November 1616.

See Earl of Banbury, p.63.

 


VISCOUNT DONCASTER

HAY, 5 July 1618.

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

 


VISCOUNT PURBECK

VILLIERS, 19 June 1619.

See Earl of Jersey, Vol. I. p.262.

 


VISCOUNT MANSFIELD.

CAVENDISH, 3 November 1620.

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

 


VISCOUNT SAINT ALBANS.

BACON, 27 January 1621.

Francis Bacon was created by king James the first 11 July 1619 lord Verulam, and afterwards viscount Saint Albans, which titles became extinct at his death 9 April 1626.

 


VISCOUNT COLCHESTER.

DARCY, 5 July 1621.

See Earl of Rivers, p. 56.

 


VISCOUNT TUNBRIDGE.

BURGH, 3 April 1624.

See Earl of Saint Albans, p. 65.

 


VISCOUNT SAY AND SELE.

FIENNES, 7 July 1624.

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

 


VISCOUNT WIMBLETON.

CECIL, 25 July 1626.

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

 


VISCOUNT SAVAGE.

SAVAGE, -- ---- 1626.

See Earl of Rivers, p. 56.

 


VISCOUNT CONWAY.

CONWAY, 6 June 1627.

See Earl of Conway, p.73.

 


VISCOUNT NEWARK.

PIERREPOINT, 29 June 1627.

See Duke of Kingston, p. 18.

 


VISCOUNT BAYNING.

BAYNING, 8 March 1628.

Sir Paul Bayning baronet was created by king Charles the first 27 February 1628 lord Bayning, and afterwards viscount Bayning, which titles became extinct upon the death of Paul, second lord viscount Bayning, 11 June 1638.

MURRAY, 17 March 1674.

Anne, daughter of Paul Bayning first lord viscount Bayning, and wife of Henry Murray, was created by king Charles the second viscountess Bayning for life.

 


VISCOUNT DORCHESTER.

CARLETON, 25 July 1628.

Dudley Carleton was created by king Charles the first 22 May 1626 lord Carleton, and afterwards viscount Dorchester, which titles became extinct at his death 15 February 1632.

 


VISCOUNT WENTWORTH.

WENTWORTH, 10 December 1628.

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

 


VISCOUNT STAFFORD.

HOWARD, 11 November 1640.

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

 


VISCOUNT HALIFAX.

SAVILE, 13 January 1666.

See Marquis of Halifax, p. 22.

 


VISCOUNT YARMOUTH.

PASTON, 19 August 1673.

See Earl of Yarmouth, p.73.

 


VISCOUNT NEWPORT.

NEWPORT, 11 March 1675.

See Earl of Bradford, p.75.

 


VISCOUNTESS CORBET.

CORBET, 23 October 1679.

See Lord Monson, Vol. II. p.141.

 


VISCOUNT HYDE.

HYDE, -- ---- 1681.

See Earl of Clarendon, p. 69.

 


VISCOUNT HATTON.

HATTON, -- ----- 1682.

Christopher Hatton was created by king Charles the first 29 July 1643 lord Hatton. Christopher, second lord Hatton, was created by king Charles the second viscount Hatton. The title became extinct upon the death of William, second lord viscount Hatton, 1762.

 


VISCOUNT SIDNEY.

SIDNEY, -- ----- 1689.

See Earl of Romney, p.75.

 


VISCOUNT LONSDALE.

LOWTHER, 28 May 1696.

See Earl of Lonsdale, Vol. I. p. 435.

 


VISCOUNT TADCASTER.

O'BRIEN, 5 October 1714.

Henry O'Brien earl of Thomond of the kingdom of Ireland was created by king George the first viscount Tadcaster, which title became extinct at his death 20 April 1741.

 


VISCOUNT CASTLETON.

SAUNDERSON, -- ---- 1716.

See Earl of Castleton, p.79.

 


VISCOUNTESS CONINGSBY.

NEWTON, -- ----- 1716.

See Earl of Coningsby, p.78.

 


VISCOUNT SHERARD.

SHERARD, 31 October 1718.

See Earl of Harborough, Vol. I. p.305.

 


VISCOUNT KEPPEL.

KEPPEL, 24 April 1782.

See Earl of Albemarle, Vol. I. p.257.

 

 

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