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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 Barons.

 

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

 


Extinct Barons (file 1) :

 

  • CAMOIS.
  • SAINT JOHN OF STANTON.
  • MONTCHENSY.
  • SEGRAVE.
  • VESCI.
  • BASSET OF DRAYTON.
  • HASTINGS OF ASHLEY.
  • ROOS OF HAMLAKE.
  • D'EIVIL.
  • NEWMARCH.
  • COLVILE.
  • BERTRAM OF MITFORD.
  • BASSET OF SAPCOTE.
  • GAUNT.
  • THWENG.
  • FURNIVAL.
  • MOWBRAY.
  • GREYSTOC.
  • BRAOSE.
  • SAY.
  • POYNINGS.
  • SAINT QUINTIN.
  • LISLE OF THE ISLE OF WIGHT.
  • HUNTINGFIELD.
  • CORBET.
  • BARDOLPH.
  • VERDON.
  • MEYNEL.
  • DARCY.
  • MARMION.
  • TRUSSEL.
  • PLAYZ.
  • BOTELER OF WERINGTON.
  • GREY OF CODNOVRE.
  • MONTACUTE.
  • HOESE.
  • L'ORTI.
  • FITZWARREN.
  • PIERREPOINT.
  • LASCELLES.
  • LUTTREL.
  • NORTHWODE.
  • COLUMBERS.
  • ROOS OF WERKE.
  • NEREFORD.
  • LOVAINE.
  • WAKE.
  • DELAWAR.
  • UMFRAVILLE.
  • MORTIMER OF WIGMORE.
  • CAMVILE.
  • MORTIMER OF ATILBERG.
  • BERGAVENNY.
  • FITZALAN OF BEDAL
  • CLAVERING.
  • MAULEY.
  • FAUCONBERG.
  • HILTON.
  • HUNTERCOMBE.
  • FITZWALTER.
  • GIFFARD OF BRIMSFIELD.
  • NEVILE OF RABY.
  • LE DESPENCER.
  • FITZJOHN.
  • BECK DE ERESBY.
  • KYME.
  • ASTLEY.
  • POINZ.
  • DINHAM.
  • MONTALT.
  • PLUGENET.
  • MARTIN.
  • MONTFORT.
  • KNOVILE.
  • DAUBENEY.
  • BOTELER OF OVERSLEY AND WEMME.
  • ENGAINE.
  • WAHUL.
  • CHAWORTH.
  • CRIOL.
  • CRESSEY.
  • DE COUCI.
  • PIPARD.
  • FITZPAYNE.
  • MOELS.
  • MORTIMER OF RICARDS CASTLE.
  • SAINT JOHN OF LAGEHAM.
  • BASSET OF WELDON.
  • FRECHEVILLE.
  • ARGENTINE.
  • GREY OF ROTHERFIELD.
  • GIFFARD.
  • LANCASTER.
  • FERRERS OF GROBY.
  • PINKNEY.
  • AUDLEY OF HELEIGH.
  • AP ADAM.
  • TREGOSE.
  • DEINCOURT.
  • LUCY.
  • LOVEL OF TICHMARSH.
  • SCALES.
  • WELLES.
  • HACHE.
  • LEYBURNE.
  • STAFFORD.
  • GRANDISON.
  • GENEVILE.
  • CLINTON.
  • CLIFFORD OF APPLEBY.
  • FERRARS OF CHARTLEY.
  • DELAMARE.
  • MOHUN.
  • CHAVENT.
  • BAILLOL.
  • RYTHRE.
  • CANTILUPE.

 

Extinct Barons (file 2) :

 

  • PECHE.
  • TYES.
  • SUDLEY.
  • STRANGE OF KNOCKYN.
  • DELAWARD.
  • VAVASOR.
  • GRENDON.
  • MORLEY.
  • TOUCHET.
  • SAINT AMAND.
  • SAINT JOHN OF VASING.
  • NASLANDRON.
  • LATIMER.
  • MOULTON OF EGREMONT.
  • PAYNEL.
  • BURGHERSH.
  • TREGOSE.
  • SEGRAVE.
  • MOULTON OF GILLESLAND.
  • CROMWEL
  • TIBETOT
  • BOTTETOURT
  • GRESLEY
  • MARSHAL OF HENGHAM AND RHIE.
  • UFFORD
  • MONTHERMER.
  • ORREBY
  • SOMERIE OF DUDLEY.
  • CAILLY
  • GORGES.
  • ZOUCH
  • EVERINGHAM
  • BEAUMONT
  • STRANGE OF BLACKMERE.
  • BADLESMERE
  • HASTANG
  • ECHINGHAM
  • BURNEL
  • LISLE OF RUGEMONT.
  • FELTON
  • STAPLETON
  • BAVENT
  • COBHAM
  • WILLOUGHBY DE ERESBY
  • CHARLTON OF POWIS.
  • HOTHAM
  • NORWICH
  • VAVASOR
  • BENSTED
  • HOLLAND
  • SAINT MAUR
  • SCROOP
  • D'AMORIE
  • AUDLEY
  • ARCHDECKNE
  • FITZHUGH
  • LUCY
  • PECHE
  • HARCLA
  • STRATHBOLGIE
  • ATON
  • HARRINGTON
  • COBHAM
  • SWILLINGTON
  • COBHAM
  • BLOUNT
  • STRANGE
  • INGHAM
  • MALTRAVERS
  • PIPE
  • MEYNEL
  • SOMERVILLE
  • DAUNEY
  • BLOUNT
  • BULMER
  • BIRMINGHAM
  • FREVILE
  • ROSS OF KENDAL
  • FITZWILLIAM.
  • CRETING
  • ERDINGTON
  • KERDESTON
  • HAUSTEAD
  • CHANDOS
  • NEVILE OF ESSEX.
  • BEAUCHAMP OF HACHE.
  • LEYBURNE
  • SWINERTON
  • WILLINGTON
  • COBHAM
  • DE LA BECHE
  • BOURCHIER
  • BRADESTAN
  • MONTGOMERY
  • PATESHUL
  • STRIVELIN
  • TRUSSEL
  • LONGVILLIERS
  • COLVILE
  • KIRKETON
  • MAUDUIT
  • MONTACUTE
  • HOLLAND
  • LOVEL
  • GREY DE WILT0N
  • UGHTRED
  • MOLINS
  • DAGWORTH
  • MANNY
  • HUSE
  • MUSGRAVE
  • BRIAN
  • BEAUCHAMP OF ELMSLEY.
  • GREY OF RUTHEN.
  • LISLE
  • BENHALE
  • KIRKETON
  • HUNTINGFIELD.
  • BOHUN OF MIDHURST.
  • BEAUCHAMP OF BLETSHOE.
  • DE LA POLE
  • BOTREAUX
  • HERON
  • CLIFTON
  • SCROOP OF MARSHAM.
  • WINDSOR
  • FALVESLEY
  • LUMLEY OF KYLTON CASTLE.
  • DEVEREUX

 

Extinct Barons (file 3) :

 

  • BEAUCHAMP OF KIDDERMINSTER.
  • HUNGERFORD
  • FANHOPE
  • SUDLEY
  • LISLE
  • SAY AND SELE.
  • BEAUCHAMP OF POWYK.
  • RIVERS
  • HOO AND HASTINGS
  • BROMFLETE
  • EGREMONT
  • BONVILLE
  • BERNERS
  • HERBERT OF RAGLAND, CHEPSTOW AND GOWER.
  • WENLOC
  • OGLE
  • NEVILE OF MONTACUTE.
  • STAFFORD OF SOUTHWIC.
  • MOUNTJOY
  • DAUBENEY
  • CHENEY
  • BURGH
  • BURGH
  • CONIERS
  • MONTEAGLE
  • MARNEY
  • SANDYS OF THE VINE.
  • VAUX OF HARROWDEN.
  • HUSSEY
  • BRAY
  • HUNGERFORD
  • CROMWEL OF OKEHAM.
  • PARR
  • AUDLEY OF WALDEN.
  • CROMWEL
  • PARR OF HORTON.
  • WRIOTHESLEY
  • EVERS
  • POYNINGS
  • SEYMOUR OF SUDLEY.
  • SHEFFIELD
  • RICH
  • WILLOUGHBY OF PARHAM.
  • WHARTON
  • PAGET
  • DARCY OF CHICHE.
  • WILLIAMS OF THAME.
  • HASTINGS OF LOUGHBOROUGH
  • HUNSDON
  • NORREYS
  • SIDNEY
  • KNOLLES
  • WOTTON
  • HARRINGTON OF EXTON.
  • DANVERS
  • GERARD OF BROMLEY.
  • HUME
  • DENNY
  • STANHOPE OF HARRINGTON.
  • CAREW
  • KNIVET OF ESCRICKE
  • CLIFTON
  • HAY
  • HOUGHTON
  • DIGBY
  • VERULAM
  • MONTAGU OF BOUGHTON.
  • CRANFIELD
  • CAREY
  • KENSINGTON
  • GREY OF WERKE.
  • DEINCOURT
  • LEY
  • ROBARTES
  • CONWAY
  • CECIL OF PUTNEY
  • VERE OF TILBURY.
  • TREGOSE
  • CARLETON
  • MOUNTJOY
  • LOVELACE
  • HERVEY OF KIDBROOK.
  • MAYNARD
  • COVENTRY
  • WESTON
  • GORING
  • MOHUN
  • HOWARD OF ESCRICKE.
  • SAVILE
  • WENTWORTH
  • DUNSMORE
  • BUTLER OF BRAMFIELD.
  • POWIS
  • HERBERT OF CHERBURY.
  • COTTINGTON
  • FINCH OF FORDWICH.
  • LITTLETON
  • SEYMOUR OF TROWBRIDGE.
  • BRUCE
  • NEWPORT
  • MINSHUL
  • CRAVEN OF RYTON.
  • PERCY OF ALNWIC.
  • WILMOT
  • HATTON
  • HOPTON
  • JERMYN
  • HASTINGS OF LOUGHBOROUGH.
  • VAUGHAN
  • CARRINGTON
  • WIDDRINGTON
  • COLEPEPPER
  • ASTLEY
  • CLIFFORD OF LANESBOROUGH.
  • LUCAS
  • BELLASYSE
  • ROCKINGHAM
  • GERARD OF BRANDON.
  • LEXINGTON
  • WOTTON
  • LANGDALE
  • CROFTES
  • BERKELEY OF STRATTON.
  • HYDE
  • HOLLES
  • DELAMERE
  • CREW
  • FRECHEVILLE
  • ARUNDEL OF TRERICE.
  • DURAS
  • BUTLER OF WESTON.
  • BARONESS BELLASYSE
  • CARTERET
  • ALINGTON
  • STAWEL
  • GODOLPHIN OF RIALTON.
  • DOVER
  • JEFFRIES
  • GRIFFIN
  • CAPEL OF TEWKESBURY.
  • BUTLER OF WESTON.
  • HERBERT OF CHERBURY
  • HAVERSHAM
  • SOMMERS
  • HALIFAX
  • GRANVILLE OF POTHERIDGE.
  • PELHAM OF LAUGHTON.
  • MOUNTJOY
  • BURTON
  • MANSEL
  • LANSDOWN
  • MASHAM
  • FOLEY
  • BINGLEY
  • SAUNDERSON
  • PIERREPOINT
  • COBHAM
  • CARLETON
  • CONINGSBY
  • TORRINGTON
  • CADOGAN OF READING.
  • DUCIE OF MORTON.
  • LECHMERE
  • WILMINGTON
  • LOVEL
  • MALTON
  • RAYMOND
  • GODOLPHIN OF HELSTON.
  • ANSON
  • FEVERSHAM
  • RAVENSWORTH.
  • ARCHER
  • ROLLE
  • LYTTELTON
  • HENLEY
  • MELCOMBE
  • BINGLEY
  • LIGONIER
  • MORDEN
  • HUME

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