List of baronies in the Peerage of Great Britain

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This is a list of hereditary baronies extant, extinct, dormant, abeyant, or forfeit, in the Peerage of Great Britain.



Baronies, 1707–1801[edit]

Anne (1707–1714)[edit]

Title Date of Creation Surname Current Status Notes
Baron Rippon 26 May 1708 Douglas Extinct 1778 created Marquess of Beverley and Duke of Dover at the same time, which titles also became extinct in 1778; also Duke of Queensberry in the Peerage of Scotland, which title is extant and held by the Duke of Buccleuch
Baron Harcourt 3 September 1711 Harcourt Extinct 1830 created Viscount Harcourt in 1721 and Earl Harcourt in 1749
Baron Boyle of Marston 5 September 1711 Boyle Extant also Earl of Orrery in the Peerage of Ireland; also Earl of Cork in the Peerage of Ireland since 1753
Baron Dutton 10 September 1711 Hamilton, Hamilton-Douglas Extant created Duke of Brandon at the same time; also Duke of Hamilton in the Peerage of Scotland
Baron Hay of Penwardine 31 December 1711 Hay Extant also Earl of Kinnoull in the Peerage of Scotland.
Baron Middleton 1 January 1712 Willoughby Extant
Baron Burton 1 January 1712 Paget Extinct 1769 created Earl of Uxbridge in 1714, which title also became extinct in 1769; also Baron Paget de Beaudesert from 1712 to 1769, which title is extant and held by the Marquess of Anglesey
Baron Foley 1 January 1712 Foley Extinct 1766
Baron Lansdowne 1 January 1712 Granville Extinct 1735
Baron Mansell 1 January 1712 Mansell Extinct 1750
Baron Mountjoy 1 January 1712 Windsor Extinct 1758 also Viscount Windsor in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Trevor 1 January 1712 Trevor Extinct 1824 created Viscount Hampden in 1776
Baron St John of Lydiard Tregoze 7 July 1712 St John Extant subsidiary title of Viscount Bolingbroke; also Baron St John of Battersea and Viscount St John since 1751
Baron Bingley 21 July 1713 Benson Extinct 1731

George I (1714–1727)[edit]

Title Date of Creation Surname Current Status Notes
Baron Carleton 19 October 1714 Boyle Extinct 1725
Baron Cobham 19 October 1714 Temple Extinct 1749 created Baron Cobham and Viscount Cobham in 1718, which titles are extant
Baron Throwley 19 October 1714 Watson Extinct 1746 created Earl of Rockingham at the same time
Baron Parker 10 March 1716 Parker Extant created Earl of Macclesfield in 1721
Baron Coningsby 18 June 1716 Coningsby Extinct 1729 also Baron Coningsby of Clanbrassil in the Peerage of Ireland, which title became extinct in 1729; created Earl Coningsby in 1719, which title became extinct in 1761
Baron Onslow 19 June 1716 Onslow Extant created Earl of Onslow in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1801
Baron Torrington 20 June 1716 Newport Extinct 1719
Baron Cadogan of Reading 21 June 1716 Cadogan Extinct 1726 created Baron Cadogan of Oakley in 1817, which title is extant and held by the Earl Cadogan (1800 creation); created Earl Cadogan in 1718, which title also became extinct in 1726
Baron Romney 22 June 1716 Romney Extant created Earl of Romney in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1801
Baron St John of Battersea 2 July 1716 St John Extant created Viscount St John at the same time; also Baron St John of Lydiard Tregoze and Viscount Bolingbroke since 1751
Baron Newburgh 10 July 1716 Cholmondeley Extant also Baron Newborough (created 1715) in the Peerage of Ireland; also Earl of Cholmondeley from 1725; created Marquess of Cholmondeley in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1815
Baroness of Hampton Court 26 January 1717 Newton Extinct 1761 created Viscountess Coningsby at the same time; also Countess Coningsby from 1729 to 1761
Baron Pawlett of Basing 12 April 1717 Paulet Extinct 1754 also Baron St John of Basing, Earl of Wiltshire and Marquess of Winchester in the Peerage of England from 1722 to 1754, which titles are extant; also Duke of Bolton in the Peerage of England from 1722 to 1754, which title became extinct in 1794
Baron Stanhope of Elvaston 3 July 1717 Stanhope Extant created Viscount Stanhope at the same time and Earl Stanhope in 1718, the latter title which became extinct in 1967; Barony and Viscountcy held by the Earl of Harrington since 1967
Baron Cobham 23 May 1718 Temple, Grenville, Grenville-Temple, Nugent-Temple-Grenville, Temple-Nugent-Brydges-Chandos-Grenville, Lyttelton Extant created Viscount Cobham at the same time; created Countess Temple in 1750 and Marquess of Buckingham in 1784, which titles became extinct in 1889; created Earl Temple of Stowe in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1822, which title is extant; created Marquess of Chandos and Duke of Buckingham and Chandos in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1822, which titles became extinct in 1889; also Earl Nugent in the Peerage of Ireland from 1788 to 1889; also Lord Kinloss in the Peerage of Scotland from 1868 to 1889; also Baron Westcote in the Peerage of Ireland and Baron Lyttelton in the Peerage of Great Britain since 1889
Baron Boscawen-Rose[1] 9 June 1720 Boscawen Extant created Viscount Falmouth at the same time; created Earl of Falmouth in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1821, which title became extinct in 1852
Baron Ducie[1] 9 June 1720 Moreton extinct 1770 created Baron Ducie in 1763, which title is extant
Baron Wallop[1] 11 June 1720 Wallop Extant Subsidiary title of the Viscount Lymington; created Earl of Portsmouth in 1743.
Baron Lechmere 4 September 1721 Lechmere Extinct 1727
Baron Byng 21 September 1721 Byng Extant created Viscount Torrington at the same time
Baroness Brentford 6 April 1722 von Platen-Hallermund Extinct 1725 created Countess of Darlington at the same time
Baroness of Aldborough 7 April 1722 von der Schulenberg Extinct 1778 created Countess of Walsingham at the same time; life peerages
Baron Graham[2] 23 May 1722 Graham Extant created Earl Graham at the same time; also Duke of Montrose in the Peerage of Scotland since 1742
Baron Ker of Wakefield[2] 24 May 1722 Ker, Innes-Ker Extinct 1804 created Earl Ker at the same time; also Duke of Roxburgh from 1741 to 1804
Baron Percy 23 November 1722 Seymour, Percy, Stewart-Murray Extant also Duke of Somerset in the Peerage of England from 1748 to 1750; also Duke of Northumberland in the Peerage of Great Britain from 1776 to 1865 and since 1957; also Duke of Atholl in the Peerage of Scotland from 1865 to 1957
Baron Walpole 1 June 1723 Walpole Extant also Viscount Walpole and Earl of Orford from 1745 to 1797; also Baron Clinton from 1781 to 1791; also Baron Walpole of Wolterton since 1797; also Earl of Orford from 1806 to 1931
Baron King 29 May 1725 King, Noel-King Extant created Earl of Lovelace in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1838; also Baron Wentworth from 1893 to 1906
Baron Snowdon[3] 26 July 1726 - Merged in crown 1760 created Duke of Edinburgh at the same time
Baron Alderney[3] 27 July 1726 - Extinct 1765 created Duke of Cumberland at the same time

George II (1727–1760)[edit]

Title Date of Creation Surname Current Status Notes
Baron Lovel 1728 Coke Extinct 1759 created Earl of Leicester in 1744
Baron Malton 1728 Watson, Watson-Wentworth Extinct 1782 created Baron Harrowden, Baron Wath, Viscount Higham and Earl of Malton in 1734; also Baron Rockingham in the Peerage of England from 1746; created Marquess of Rockingham in 1746; also Baron Malton and Earl Malton in the Peerage of Ireland from 1750
Baron Monson 1728 Monson Extant created Viscount Oxenbridge in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1886, which title became extinct in 1898
Baron Harrington 1730 Stanhope Extant created Earl of Harrington in 1742
Baron Raymond 1731 Raymond Extinct 1753
Baron Hardwicke 1733 Yorke Extant created Earl of Hardwicke in 1754
Baron Talbot of Hensol 1733 Talbot, Chetwynd-Talbot Extant created Earl Talbot in 1761, which title became extinct in 1782; created Baron Dynevor in 1780, which title separated from the barony in 1782; created Earl Talbot in 1784; also Earl of Shrewsbury and Earl of Waterford from 1856
Baron Wath[4] 1733 Watson-Wentworth Extinct 1782 subsidiary title of the Earl of Malton; created Marquess of Rockingham in 1746
Baron Godolphin 1735 Godolphin Extinct 1785 also Baron Godolphin, Viscount Rialton and Earl of Godolphin until 1766, when these titles became extinct
Baroness Yarmouth[5] 1740 de Walmoden Extinct 1765 created Countess of Yarmouth at the same time; life peerages
Baron Chedworth 1741 Howe Extinct 1804
Baron Houghton 1742 Walpole Extinct 1797 subsidiary title of the Earl of Orford
Baron Herbert of Chirbury and Ludlow 1743 Herbert Extinct 1801 created Earl of Powis in 1748
Baron Ilchester 1741 Fox-Strangways Extant created Baron Ilchester and Stavordale in 1847 and Earl of Ilchester in 1756
Baron Edgcumbe 1742 Edgcumbe Extant created Viscount Mount Edgcumbe and Valletort in 1781 and Earl of Mount Edgcumbe in 1789
Baron Fitzwilliam of Milton 1742 Fitzwilliam, Wentworth-Fitzwilliam Extinct 1979 also Baron Fitzwilliam, Viscount Milton and Earl Fitzwilliam in the Peerage of Ireland; created Earl Fitzwilliam of Norborough in the Peerage of Great Britain in 1746
Baron Hedon[6] 1742 Pulteney Extinct 1764 subsidiary title of the Earl of Bath
Baron Sandys 1743 Sandys Extinct 1797
Baron Bruce of Tottenham 1746 Bruce, Brudenell-Bruce Extant also Baron Bruce of Skelton, Baron Bruce of Whorlton, Viscount Bruce of Ampthill and Earl of Ailesbury in Peerage of England from 1746 to 1747, when these titles became extinct; also Lord Bruce of Kinloss, Lord Kinloss and Earl of Elgin in Peerage of Scotland from 1746 to 1747; created Earl of Ailesbury in Peerage of Great Britain in 1776 and Marquess of Ailesbury in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1821
Baron Fortescue[7] 1746 Fortescue Extant created Earl Clinton at the same time, which title became extinct in 1751; created Earl Fortescue in 1789
Baron Anson[8] 1747 Anson Extinct 1762
Baron Archer 1747 Archer Extinct 1778
Baron Feversham[9] 1747 Duncombe Extinct 1763
Baron Ilchester and Stavordale 1747 Fox-Strangways Extant created Earl of Ilchester in 1756
Baron Longford[9] 1747 Bouverie, Pleydell-Bouverie Extant created Viscount Folkestone at the same time; created Earl of Radnor in 1765
Baron Ravensworth[9] 1747 Liddell Extinct 1784
Baron Powis[10] 1748 Herbert Extinct 1802 subsidiary title of the Earl of Powis
Baron Rolle 1748 Rolle Extinct 1750
Baron Herbert of Chirbury and Ludlow 1749 Herbert Extinct 1802 also Earl of Powis
Baron Ponsonby of Sysonby 1749 Ponsonby Extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Bessborough in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Warkworth[11] 1749 Seymour, Percy, Percy-Seymour Extant created Earl of Northumberland at the same time; created Duke of Northumberland in 1766; also Duke of Somerset from 1749 to 1750
Baron Cockermouth[11] 1749 Seymour, Wyndham Extinct 1845 created Earl of Egremont at the same time; also Duke of Somerset from 1749 to 1750
Baron Vere of Hanworth 1750 Beauclerk Extant also Duke of St Albans since 1787
Baron Harwich 1756 Hill Extant subsidiary title of the Marquess of Downshire in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Lyttelton 1756 Lyttelton Extinct 1779
Baron Mansfield 1756 Murray Extinct 1793 created Earl of Mansfield in 1776 and 1792, which titles are extant
Baron Walpole of Wolterton 1756 Walpole Extant also Baron Walpole since 1797; also Earl of Orford from 1806 to 1931
Baron Henley 1760 Henley Extinct 1786 created Earl of Northington in 1764
Baron Wycombe[12] 1760 Petty, Petty-Fitzmaurice Extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Shelburne in the Peerage of the United Kingdom; created Marquess of Lansdowne in 1784; also Baron Kerry and Earl of Kerry in the Peerage of Ireland since 1818
Baroness Stawell[12] 1760 Bilson-Legge Extinct 1820
Baron Sondes[12] 1760 Watson, Milles, Milles-Lade Extinct 1996 created Earl Sondes in 1880

George III (1760–1800)[edit]

Title Date of Creation Surname Current Status Notes
Baron Boston[13] 1761 Irby Extant
Baron Grantham[13] 1761 Robinson, de Grey Extinct 1923 also Earl de Grey in the Peerage of the United Kingdom from 1833 to 1923; also Baron Lucas of Crudwell in the Peerage of England from 1833 to 1859; also Viscount Goderich and Earl of Ripon in the Peerage of the United Kingdom from 1859 to 1923; created Marquess of Ripon in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1871
Baron Grosvenor[13] 1761 Grosvenor Extant created Earl Grosvenor in 1784; created Marquess of Westminster in 1831 and Duke of Westminster in 1874, both in the Peerage of the United Kingdom
Baron Melcombe[13] 1761 Bubb Dodington Extinct 1762
Baroness Mount Stuart[13] 1761 Montagu, Crichton-Stuart Extant also Earl of Bute in the Peerage of Scotland from 1794; created Marquess of Bute in 1796
Baron Scarsdale[13] 1761 Curzon Extant created Viscount Scarsdale in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1911; created Baron Ravensdale in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1911, which title is extant and a separate peerage; created Baron Curzon of Kedleston in the Peerage of Ireland in 1898 and Earl Curzon of Kedleston in 1911 and Earl of Kedleston and Marquess Curzon of Kedleston in 1921 in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, which titles became extinct in 1925
Baron Spencer[13] 1761 Spencer Extant created Earl Spencer in 1765
Baron Beaulieu 1762 Hussey-Montagu Extinct 1802 created Earl of Beaulieu in 1784
Baron Bingley 1762 Fox-Lane Extinct 1773
Baron Lovel and Holland 1762 Perceval Extinct 2011 subsidiary title of the Earl of Egmont in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Montagu of Boughton 1762 Montagu Extinct 1770
Baron Pelham of Stanmer 1762 Pelham-Holles, Pelham Extant also Duke of Newcastle-upon-Tyne from 1762 to 1768, when this title became extinct; also Duke of Newcastle-under-Lyne from 1762 to 1768, when the two peerages separated (the Dukedom became extinct in 1988); created Earl of Chichester in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1801
Baron Vernon 1762 Venables-Vernon, Vernon-Harcourt Extant
Baron Ducie[14] 1763 Moreton, Reynolds-Moreton Extant created Earl of Ducie in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1837
Baron Milton 1763 Damer Extinct 1808 also Baron Milton in the Peerage of Ireland; created Earl of Dorchester in 1792
Baron Camden 1765 Pratt Extant created Earl Camden in 1786 and Marquess Camden in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1812
Baron Digby 1765 Digby Extant also Baron Digby in the Peerage of Ireland; created Earl Digby in 1790, which title became extinct in 1856
Baron Pleydell-Bouverie[15] 1765 Pleydell-Bouverie Extant created Earl of Radnor at the same time
Baron Sundridge 1766 Campbell Extant also Duke of Argyll in the Peerage of Scotland from 1770
Baroness Greenwich 1767 Townshend Extinct 1797
Baron Amherst 1776 Amherst Extinct 1797 also created Baron Amherst in 1788, which title became extinct in 1993
Baron Brownlow 1776 Cust, Egerton-Cust Extant created Earl Brownlow in the Peerage of the United Kingdom 1815, which title became extinct in 1921
Baron Cardiff 1776 Crichton-Stuart Extant also Earl of Bute in the Peerage of Scotland from 1792; created Marquess of Bute in 1796
Baron Cranley 1776 Onslow Extant also Baron Onslow from 1776; created Earl of Onslow in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1801
Baron Foley 1776 Foley Extant
Baroness Hamilton of Hameldon 1776 Campbell, Hamilton Extant also Duke of Hamilton in the Peerage of Scotland from 1793 to 1799; also Duke of Argyll in the Peerage of Scotland since 1806
Baron Hawke 1776 Hawke, Harvey-Hawke Extant
Baron Harrowby 1776 Ryder Extant created Earl of Harrowby in 1809 in the Peerage of the United Kingdom
Baron Hume of Berwick 1776 Hume-Campbell Extinct 1781
Baron Rivers 1776 Pitt, Pitt-Rivers Extinct 1828 also created Baron Rivers in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1802, which title became extinct in 1880
Baron Thurlow 1778 Thurlow Extinct 1806 also created Baron Thurlow in 1792, which title is extant
Baron Bagot 1780 Bagot Extant
Baron Brudenell of Deene 1780 Brudenell, Brudenell-Bruce Extinct 1811 also Earl of Cardigan in the Peerage of England 1790-1811
Baron Dynevor 1780 Talbot, de Cardonnel, Rice, Rice-Trevor, Rhys Extant also Baron Talbot and Earl Talbot from 1780 to 1782, which titles are now held by the Earl of Shrewsbury and Waterford
Baron Gage 1780 Gage Extinct 1791 subsidiary title of the Viscount Gage in the Peerage of Ireland; also created Baron Gage in 1790, which title is extant
Baron Loughborough 1780 Wedderburn, St Clair-Erskine Extinct 1805 created Baron Loughborough in the Peerage of Great Britain in 1795 and Earl of Rosslyn in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1801, which titles are extant
Baron Southampton 1780 FitzRoy Extant
Baron Walsingham 1780 de Grey Extant
Baron Montagu of Boughton 1781 Montagu Extinct 1845
Baron Ashburton 1782 Dunning Extinct 1823
Baron Grantley 1782 Norton Extant
Baron Rodney 1782 Rodney Extant
Baron Bolebrooke[16] 1782 Sackville, Germain Extinct 1843 subsidiary title of the Viscount Sackville; succeeded as Duke of Dorset in 1815, which title became extinct in 1843
Baron Rawdon 1783 Rawdon, Rawdon-Hastings Extinct 1868 subsidiary title of the Earl of Moira in the Peerage of Ireland; created Marquess of Hastings in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1816
Baron Sydney 1783 Townshend Extinct 1890 created Viscount Sydney in 1789 and Earl Sydney in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1874
Baron Berwick[17] 1784 Hill, Noel-Hill Extinct 1953
Baron Boringdon[17] 1784 Parker Extant created Earl of Morley in 1815
Baron Bulkeley[17] 1784 Bulkeley Extinct 1822 also Viscount Bulkeley in Peerage of Ireland
Baron Lowther[17] 1784 Lowther Extinct 1802 created Viscount Lonsdale in 1784 and Earl of Lonsdale in 1785, which titles also became extinct in 1802; created Baron Lowther and Viscount Lowther in 1797, which titles are extant and held by the Earl of Lonsdale (1807 creation)
Baron Sherborne[17] 1784 Dutton Extinct 1985
Baron Somers[17] 1784 Cocks, Somers-Cocks Extant created Earl Somers in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1821, which title became extinct in 1883
Baron Camelford 1784 Pitt Extinct 1804
Baron Carteret 1784 Carteret, Thynne Extinct 1849
Baron Eliot 1784 Eliot Extant created Earl of St Germans in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1815|
Baron Gordon of Huntley[18] 1784 Gordon Extinct 1836 created Earl of Norwich at the same time; also Marquess of Huntly in the Peerage of Scotland from 1784 to 1836, which title is extant; also Duke of Gordon in the Peerage of Scotland from 1784 to 1836, when this title became extinct
Baron Lovaine 1784 Percy, Percy-Seymour Extant created Earl of Beverley in 1790; also Duke of Northumberland from 1784 to 1786 and since 1865
Baron Carleton[19] 1786 Boyle Extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Shannon in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Delaval[19] 1786 Delaval Extinct 1808 also Baron Delaval in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Dorchester[19] 1786 Carleton Extinct 1897
Baron Douglas of Amesbury[19] 1786 Douglas Extinct 1810
Baron Hawkesbury[19] 1786 Jenkinson Extinct 1851 created Earl of Liverpool in 1796
Baron Montagu[19] 1786 Extinct 1845 also Earl of Cardigan in the Peerage of England from 1786 to 1790, which title is extant and now held by the Marquess of Ailesbury; also Duke of Montagu from 1786 to 1790, when this title became extinct
Baron Murray of Stanley[19] 1786 Murray, Stewart Murray Extinct 1957 created Earl Strange at the same time; subsidiary titles of the Duke of Atholl in the Peerage of Scotland
Baron Suffield[19] 1786 Harbord, Harbord-Hamond Extant
Baron Tyrone[19] 1786 Beresford Extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Tyrone in the Peerage of Ireland; created Marquess of Waterford in the Peerage of Ireland in 1789
Baron Heathfield 1787 Heathfield Extinct 1813
Baron Kenyon 1788 Kenyon, Tyrell-Kenyon Extant
Baron Amherst 1788 Amherst Extinct 1993 also Baron Amherst (created 1776), which title became extinct in 1797; created Earl Amherst in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1826
Baron Braybrooke 1788 Griffin, Neville Extant
Baron Dover 1788 Yorke Extinct 1792
Baron Howe[20] 1788 Howe, Curzon, Curzon-Howe Extant also Baron Glenawley and Viscount Howe in the Peerage of Ireland from 1788 to 1799; also Earl Howe in the Peerage of Great Britain from 1788 to 1799, when this title became extinct; also Baron Curzon of Penn in the Peerage of Great Britain and Viscount Curzon and Earl Howe in the Peerage of the United Kingdom from 1835
Baron Malmesbury 1788 Harris Extant created Earl of Malmesbury in 1800
Baron Douglas 1790 Douglas Extinct 1857
Baron Fife 1790 Duff Extinct 1809 subsidiary title of the Earl Fife in the Peerage of Ireland, which title became extinct or dormant in 1912
Baron Fisherwick 1790 Chichester Extant subsidiary title of the Marquess of Donegall in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Gage[21] 1790 Gage, Hall Extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Gage in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Grenville 1790 Grenville Extinct 1834
Baron Harewood 1790 Lascelles Extinct 1795
Baron Mulgrave 1790 Phipps extinct 1794 also Baron Mulgrave in Peerage of Ireland, which title is extant and held by the Marquess of Normanby
Baron Verulam 1790 Grimston Extant also Viscount Grimston in the Peerage of Ireland; created Earl of Verulam in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1815
Baron Douglas of Lochleven 1791 Douglas Extinct 1827 subsidiary title of the Earl of Morton in the Peerage of Scotland
Baroness Bath 1792 Murray-Pulteney Extinct 1808 created Countess of Bath in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1803
Baron Thurlow 1792 Thurlow, Hovell-Thurlow, Hovell-Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce Extant
Baron Auckland 1793 Eden Extant also Baron Auckland in the Peerage of Ireland; created Earl of Auckland in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1839, which title became extinct in 1849
Baron Bradford 1794 Bridgeman Extant created Earl of Bradford in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1815
Baron Clive of Walcot 1794 Clive, Herbert Extant also Baron Clive of Plassey in Peerage of Ireland; created Earl of Powis in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1804
Baron Curzon of Penn 1794 Howe, Curzon, Curzon-Howe Extant created Viscount Curzon in 1802 and Earl Howe in 1821 in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, also Baron Howe in the Peerage of Great Britain from 1835
Baron Dundas 1794 Dundas Extant created Earl of Zetland in 1838 and Marquess of Zetland in 1892, both in the Peerage of the United Kingdom
Baron Lyttelton 1794 Lyttelton Extant also Baron Westcote in the Peerage of Ireland; also Baron Cobham and Viscount Cobham since 1889
Baron Mendip 1794 Ellis, Extant also Baron Clifden and Viscount Clifden in Peerage of Ireland from 1802 to 1974, when these titles became extinct; also Baron Dover in the Peerage of the United Kingdom from 1836 to 1899, when this title became extinct; also Baron Robartes in the Peerage of the United Kingdom from 1899 to 1974, when this title became extinct; title held by the Earl of Normanton since 1974
Baron Mulgrave 1794 Phipps Extant created Earl of Mulgrave in 1812 and Marquess of Normanby in 1838, both in the Peerage of the United Kingdom
Baron Selsey 1794 Peachey Extinct 1838
Baron Upper Ossory 1794 Fitzpatrick Extinct 1818 subsidiary title of the Earl of Upper Ossory in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Yarborough 1794 Anderson-Pelham, Pelham Extant created Earl of Yarborough in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1837
Baroness Hood 1795 Hood Extant also Viscount Hood in the Peerage of Great Britain from 1816
Baron Loughborough 1795 Wedderburn, St Clair-Erskin Extant created Earl of Rosslyn in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1801
Baron Bridport[22] 1796 Hood Extinct 1814 created Viscount Bridport in 1814, which title also became extinct in 1814; also Baron Bridport (created 1794) in Peerage of Ireland, which title is extant and held by the Viscount Bridport (1868 creation)
Baron Brodrick[22] 1796 Brodrick Extant also Viscount Midleton in the Peerage of Ireland; created Earl of Midleton in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1920, which title became extinct in 1979
Baron Calthorpe[22] 1796 Gough-Calthorpe, Gough Extinct 1997
Baron Dawnay[22] 1796 Dawnay Extinct 1832 subsidiary title of the Viscount Downe in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Gwydyr[22] 1796 Burrell, Drummond-Burrell, Drummond-Willoughby Extinct 1915 also Baron Willoughby de Eresby from 1828 to 1870
Baron Harewood[22] 1796 Lascelles Extant created Earl of Harewood in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1812
Baron Macartney[22] 1796 Macartney Extinct 1806 also Earl Macartney in the Peerage of Ireland
Baron Rolle[22] 1796 Rolle Extinct 1842
Baron Rous[22] 1796 Rous Extant created Earl of Stradbroke in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1821
Baron Stewart[22] 1796 Stewart Extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Galloway in the Peerage of Scotland
Baron Stuart[22] 1796 Stuart Extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Moray in the Peerage of Scotland
Baron Cawdor[22] 1796 Campbell Extant created Earl Cawdor in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1827
Baron de Dunstanville[22] 1796 Basset Extinct 1835 created Baron Basset in 1797, which title became extinct in 1855
Baron Saltersford[22] 1796 Stopford extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Courtown
Baron Pierrepont 1796 Pierrepont Extinct 1955 created Viscount Newark at the same time and Earl Manvers in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1806
Baron Delamer[23] 1796 Grey extinct 1883 created Earl of Warrington at the same time; also Baron Grey of Groby and Earl of Stamford from 1796 to 1883
Baron Basset 1797 Basset Extinct 1855 also Baron de Dunstanville, which title became extinct in 1835
Baron Duncan of Lundie[24] 1797 Haldane-Duncan Extinct 1933 created Viscount Duncan of Camperdown at the same time; created Earl of Camperdown in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1831
Baron Jervis[25] 1797 Jervis Extinct 1823 created Earl St Vincent at the same time, which title also became extinct in 1823; created Viscount St Vincent in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1801, which title is extant
Baron Bayning[26] 1797 Townshend Extinct 1866
Baron Bolton[26] 1797 Orde-Powlett Extant
Baron Carrington[26] 1797 Smith, Carrington, Wynn-Carington, Carington Extant also Baron Carrington in the Peerage of Ireland; created Earl Carrington in 1895 and Marquess of Lincolnshire in 1912, both in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, which titles became extinct in 1928; created Baron Carington of Upton for life in 1999 in the Peerage of the United Kingdom
Baron Perth[26] 1797 Drummond Extinct 1800
Baron Glastonbury[26] 1797 Grenville Extinct 1825
Baron Lilford[26] 1797 Powys Extant
Baron Lowther[26] 1797 Lowther Extant also Viscount Lonsdale (created 1784) and Earl of Lonsdale (created 1785), which titles became extinct in 1802; created Viscount Lowther in the Peerage of Great Britain in 1797 and Earl of Lonsdale in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1807
Baron Minto[26] 1797 Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound Extant created Earl of Minto in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1813
Baron Northwick[26] 1797 Rushout Extinct 1887
Baron Perth[26] 1797 Drummond Extinct 1800 created for the de jure 11th Earl of Perth
Baron Ribblesdale[26] 1797 Lister Extinct 1925
Baron Seaforth[26] 1797 Mackenzie Extinct 1815
Baron Wellesley[26] 1797 Wellesley Extinct 1842 subsidiary title of the Earl of Mornington in the Peerage of Ireland, which title is extant and held by the Duke of Wellington since 1863; created Marquess Wellesley in 1799
Baron Wodehouse[26] 1797 Wodehouse Extant created Earl of Kimberley in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1866
Baron Nelson[27] 1798 Nelson Extinct 1805 created Viscount Nelson in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1801, which title also became extinct in 1805; created Baron Nelson in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1801, which title is extant and held by the Earl Nelson since 1805
Baron Eldon[28] 1799 Scott Extant created Earl of Eldon in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1821
Baron FitzGibbon[29] 1799 FitzGibbon Extinct 1864 subsidiary title of the Earl of Clare in the Peerage of Ireland

See also[edit]

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References[edit]

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