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The English Peerage - Extinct Peerages

or, a view of the

ANCIENT and PRESENT STATE

 

of the

ENGLISH NOBILITY

London: M,DCC,XC

 


Contents for the Extinct Earls.

 

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

This page contains the contents for the Extinct Earls. In order to keep the size of the contents pages down, the contents for the Extinct Dukes, Marquises and Viscounts and Barons are on separate pages.

 


Extinct Earls (file 1) :

 

  • KENT.
  • HEREFORD.
  • CORNWAL.
  • ARUNDEL.
  • SHREWSBURY.
  • CHESTER.
  • RICHMOND.
  • NORTHUMBERLAND.
  • BUCKINGHAM.
  • ALBEMARLE.
  • HUNTINGDON.
  • NORTHAMPTON.
  • NORFOLK.
  • SUFFOLK.
  • WARWICK.
  • DORSET.
  • CUMBERLAND.
  • SURREY.
  • GLOUCESTER.
  • DEVON.

Extinct Earls (file 2) :

 

  • LEICESTER.
  • HERTFORD.
  • OXFORD
  • CLARE
  • PEMBROKE
  • DERBY
  • NOTTINGHAM.
  • ESSEX
  • LINCOLN
  • WORCESTER.
  • BEDFORD
  • SALISBURY
  • WINCHESTER.
  • LANCASTER.
  • CARLISLE
  • MARCH
  • CAMBRIDGE.
  • STAFFORD
  • RUTLAND
  • SOMERSET
  • WILTSHIRE
  • WESTMORLAND.
  • KENDAL
  • TANKERVILLE.
  • RIVERS
  • BATH
  • ORMOND
  • SUSSEX
  • SOUTHAMPTON.
  • BRIDGWATER.
  • HOLDERNESSE.
  • BERKSHIRE.
  • NEWCASTLE
  • BRISTOL

Extinct Earls (file 3) :

 

  • MIDDLESEX.
  • COVENTRY.
  • ANGLESEA.
  • HOLLAND
  • BOLINGBROKE.
  • TOTNESS
  • MONMOUTH.
  • CLEVELAND.
  • DANBY.
  • MARLBOROUGH.
  • MULGRAVE.
  • BANBURY.
  • NORWICH.
  • SUNDERLAND.
  • DOVER.
  • KINGSTON.
  • CAERNARVON.
  • NEWPORT
  • SAINT ALBANS.
  • PORTLAND
  • STRAFFORD.
  • LITCHFIELD.
  • BRENTFORD.
  • CHICHESTER.
  • SCARSDALE
  • ROCHESTER.
  • TORRINGTON
  • GUILDFORD.
  • BRECKNOCK.
  • CLARENDON.
  • AYLESBURY.
  • CRAVEN
  • OGLE.
  • FALMOUTH
  • BURLINGTON.
  • COUNTESS OF FARNHAM.
  • POWIS
  • PLYMOUTH.
  • FEVERSHAM.
  • HALIFAX
  • RADNOR
  • MACCLESFIELD.
  • YARMOUTH.
  • CONWAY
  • SHEPPEY
  • COUNTESS OF DORCHESTER.
  • TINMOUTH.
  • DERWENTWATER.
  • MONTAGU.
  • WARRINGTON.
  • ROMNEY
  • BRADFORD
  • ORFORD
  • GRANTHAM
  • GREENWICH
  • MILFORDHAVEN.
  • HAROLD
  • WHARTON
  • GODOLPHIN.
  • BINDON.
  • ROCKINGHAM.
  • UXBRIDGE
  • GRANVILLE.
  • CADOGAN.
  • CONINGSBY.
  • CASTLETON.
  • COUNTESS OF DARLINGTON.
  • COUNTESS OF WALSINGHAM.
  • KENNINGTON.
  • FITZWALTER.
  • WILMINGTON.
  • MALTON.
  • COUNTESS OF YARMOUTH.
  • CLINTON.

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