List of baronies in the Peerage of Ireland

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This page, one list of hereditary baronies, lists all baronies, extant, extinct, dormant, abeyant, or forfeit, in the Peerage of Ireland.



before 1500[edit]

Title Date of Creation Surname Current Status Notes
Baron Athenry 1172 Bermingham dormant 1799 also Earl of Louth from 1759 to 1799, when this title became extinct
Baron Kingsale 1340? de Courcy extant  
Baron Kerry 1223 Fitzmaurice extant also Earl of Kerry from 1723 and Marquess of Lansdowne in Great Britain from 1818
Baron Barry 1261 Barry extinct 1823 also Viscount Buttevant from 1461 and Earl of Barrymore from 1628
Baron Dunboyne 1324 Butler, Clifford-Butler extant confirmed by letters patent in 1541
Baron Gormanston c. 1370 Preston extant also Viscount Gormanston from 1478 and Baron Gormanston in the United Kingdom from 1868
Baron Slane c. 1370 Fleming forfeit 1691
Baron Howth 1430 St Lawrence extinct 1909 also Viscount St Lawrence and Earl of Howth from 1767, also Baron Howth in the United Kingdom from 1881
Baron Dunsany 1439? Plunkett extant
Baron Killeen 1449 Plunkett extinct 1984 also Earl of Fingall from 1628, also Baron Fingall in the United Kingdom from 1831
Baron Portlester 1462 Fitzeustace extinct 1496
Baron Trimlestown 1462 Barnewall extant
Baron Loundres 1478 Preston extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Gormanston, also Baron Gormanston in the United Kingdom from 1868
Baron Delvin 1486 Nugent extant also Earl of Westmeath from 1621 and Marquess of Westmeath in the United Kingdom from 1822 to 1871

1501-1600[edit]

Title Date of Creation Surname Current Status Notes
Baron Kilcullen 1535 Eustace forfeit 1585 subsidiary title of the Viscount Baltinglass
Baron Odorney 1537 Fitzmaurice extinct 1541 subsidiary title of the Viscount Kilmaule, also Baron Kerry, a title now held by the Marquess of Lansdowne
Baron Offaly 1538 O Conor Faly 1552
Baron Carbery 1541 de Bermingham extinct c. 1560
Baron Louth 1541 Plunkett extant  
Baron Upper Ossory 1541 Fitzpatrick forfeit 1691
Baron Dungannon 1542 O'Neill extinct after 1542
Baron Dunkellin 1543 de Burgh extinct 1916 subsidiary title of the Earl of Clanricarde, also Baron Somerhill and Viscount Tunbridge in England from 1624 and Baron Imanney, Viscount Galway and Earl of St Albans in England from 1628, also Marquess of Clanricarde in Ireland from 1646 to 1657, from 1789 to 1797 and from 1825, also Earl of Clanricarde in Ireland from 1800 (a title which is extant and now held by the Marquess of Sligo), also Baron Somerhill in the United Kingdom from 1826
Baron Ibrackan 1543 O'Brien forfeit 1741 also Earl of Thomond from 1551, also Viscount Tadcaster in Great Britain from 1714
Baron Inchiquin 1543 O'Brien extant also Earl of Inchiquin from 1654 to 1855 and Marquess of Thomond from 1800 to 1855
Baron of Kells 1550 Butler extant subsidiary Feudal Barony title of the Viscount Mountgarret, also Earl of Kilkenny from 1793 to 1846, also Baron Mountgarret in the United Kingdom from 1911
Baron of Ballyane 1554 Kavanagh extinct 1555 Life peerage
Baron Valentia 1556 McCarthy resigned 1597 subsidiary title of the Earl of Clancare
Baron of Ballyane 1558 Kavanagh extinct after 1558 Life peerage
Baron Dromana 1569 Fitzgerald extinct 1572 subsidiary title of the Viscount Decies
Baron Clogher 1578 O'Neill extinct 1595 subsidiary title of the Earl of Clanconnel
Baron of Ardenerie 1580 Bourke dormant 1591
Baron Bourke of Castleconnell 1580 Bourke forfeit 1691
Baron Cahir 1583 Butler extinct 1858 also Viscount Cahir and Earl of Glengall from 1816
Baron Leitrim 1583 de Burgh (or Burke) Forfeit 1600
Baron Dungannon 1587 O'Neill forfeit 1612
Baron Inchiquin 1600 Fitzgerald extinct 1601 subsidiary title of the Earl of Desmond

1601-1700[edit]

Title Date of Creation Surname Current Status Notes
Baron Chichester of Belfast 1613 Chichester extinct 1625
Baron Ardee 1616 Brabazon extant also Earl of Meath from 1627 and Baron Chaworth in the United Kingdom from 1831
Baron Audley of Hely 1616 Tuchet extinct 1777 subsidiary title of the Earl of Castlehaven, also Baron Audley (created 1312) and Baron Audley of Orier in England, the latter title which was forfeited in 1633
Baron Boyle of Youghal 1616 Boyle extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Cork; also Baron Bandon Bridge and Viscount Boyle of Kinalmeaky from 1643; also Baron Clifford of Lanesborough in England from 1644 to 1753; also Earl of Burlington in England from 1664 to 1753; also Baron Clifford in England from 1691 to 1753; also Baron Boyle of Broghill and Earl of Orrery in Ireland and Baron Boyle of Marston in Great Britain from 1753
Baron Moore 1616 Moore extant also Viscount Moore from 1621, Earl of Drogheda from 1661, Marquess of Drogheda from 1791 to 1892 and Baron Moore of Cobham in the United Kingdom from 1954
Baron Ridgeway of Gallen-Ridgeway 1616 Ridgeway extinct 1714 subsidiary title of the Earl of Londonderry
Baron Hamilton of Strabane 1617 Hamilton extant also Earl of Abercorn in Scotland from c. 1680, Viscount Strabane in Ireland from 1701, Viscount Hamilton in Great Britain from 1786, Marquess of Abercorn in Great Britain from 1790, Marquess of Hamilton in the United Kingdom and Duke of Abercorn in Ireland from 1868
Baron Bourke of Brittas 1618 Bourke forfeit 1691
Baron Lambart of Cavan 1618 Lambart extant also Viscount Kilcoursie and Earl of Cavan from 1647
Baron Mountjoy 1618 Blount extinct 1681 also Baron Mountjoy from 1627 and Earl of Newport from 1628 in England
Baron Balfour of Glenawley 1619 Balfour extinct 1636
Baron Dillon 1619 Dillon dormant 1850 subsidiary title of the Earl of Roscommon
Baron Dunboyne 1619 Grimston extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Grimston; also Baron Verulam in Great Britain from 1790; also Viscount Grimston and Earl of Verulam in the United Kingdom from 1815; also Lord Forrester of Corstorphine in Scotland from 1808
Baron Dunmore 1619 Preston extinct 1628 subsidiary title of the Earl of Desmond, also Lord Dingwall in Scotland, which title is still extant
Baron Offaly 1620 Fitzgerald extant also Earl of Kildare from 1658, Marquess of Kildare from 1761 and Duke of Leinster from 1766, Baron Kildare in the United Kingdom from 1870
Baron Caulfeild 1620 Caulfeild extant also Viscount Charlemont in Ireland from 1665; also Earl of Charlemont in Ireland from 1763 to 1892; also Baron Charlemont in the United Kingdom from 1837 to 1892
Baron Digby 1620 Digby extant also Baron Digby in Great Britain from 1765; also Viscount Coleshill and Earl Digby in Great Britain from 1790 to 1856
Baron FitzWilliam 1620 FitzWilliam, Wentworth-FitzWilliam extinct 1979 also Viscount Milton and Earl FitzWilliam from 1716, also Baron FitzWilliam of Milton in Great Britain from 1742, also Viscount Milton and Earl FitzWilliam in Great Britain from 1746
Baron Folliott 1620 Folliott extinct 1716
Baron Gorges of Dundalk 1620 Gorges extinct 1712
Baron Hervey 1620 Hervey extinct 1642 also Baron Hervey in England from 1628
Baron Maynard 1620 Maynard extinct 1775 also Viscount Maynard from 1766 (a title which became extinct in 1865), also Baron Maynard in England from 1628 to 1775
Baron Aungier 1621 Aungier extinct 1706 also Viscount Aungier from 1665 and Earl of Longford from 1677
Baron Blayney 1621 Blayney extinct 1874
Baron Boyle of Broghill 1621 Boyle extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Orrery; also Baron Boyle of Marston in Great Britain from 1711; also Baron Boyle of Youghal, Baron Bandon Bridge, Viscount Boyle of Kinalmeaky, Viscount Dungarvan and Earl of Cork in Ireland from 1753
Baron Castle Stewart 1621 Stewart, Stuart, Stuart-Richardson extant dormant from 1685 to 1774; also Viscount Castle Stewart from 1793 and Earl Castle Stewart from 1800
Baron Dockwra 1621 Dockwra extinct 1647
Baron Vaughan of Mullengar 1621 Vaughan extinct 1713 subsidiary title of the Earl of Carbery, also Baron Vaughan of Emlyn in England from 1643
Baron Esmonde 1622 Esmonde extinct 1646
Baron Feilding 1622 Feilding extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Desmond; also Earl of Denbigh in England from 1675
Baron Glean-O'Mallun 1622 O'Mallun extinct after 1622
Baron Baltimore 1624 Calvert extinct 1771
Baron Brereton 1624 Brereton extinct 1722
Baron Herbert of Castle Island 1624 Herbert extinct 1791 also Baron Herbert of Chirbury in England from 1629
Baron Chichester of Belfast 1625 Chichester extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Chichester of Carrickfergus, also Earl of Donegall from 1647, Baron Fisherwick in Great Britain from 1790 and Marquess of Donegall in Ireland from 1791
Baron Coleraine 1625 Hare extinct 1749
Baron Bantry 1627 Roper extinct 1672 subsidiary title of the Viscount Baltinglass
Baron Saunderson 1627 Saunderson extinct 1723 subsidiary title of the Viscount Castleton, also Baron Saunderson from 1714, Viscount Carleton from 1716 and Earl of Castleton from 1720, the latter three titles which were all in the Peerage of Great Britain
Baron Sherard 1627 Sherard extinct 1931 also Baron Harborough and Earl of Harborough in Great Britain from 1732 to 1859
Baron Ballymote 1628 Taaffe suspended 1919 subsidiary title of the Viscount Taaffe, also Earl of Carlingford from 1661 to 1738
Baron Bandon Bridge 1628 Boyle extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Boyle of Kinalmeaky; also Baron Boyle of Youghal, Viscount Dungarvan and Earl of Cork in Ireland from 1643; also Baron Boyle of Broghill and Earl of Orrery in Ireland from 1753; also Baron Boyle of Marston in Peerage of Great Britain from 1753
Baron Chaworth 1628 Chaworth extinct 1693 subsidiary title of the Viscount Chaworth
Baron Dromore 1628 Scudamore extinct 1716 subsidiary title of the Viscount Scudamore
Baron Jones of Navan 1628 Jones extinct 1885 subsidiary title of the Viscount Ranelagh, also Earl of Ranelagh from 1674 to 1712; Barony and Viscountcy dormant from 1712 to 1759
Baron Maguire 1628 Maguire forfeit 1644
Baron Mountnorris 1628 Annesley extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Valentia, also Baron Annesley and Earl of Anglesey in England from 1661 to 1761, also Earl of Mountnorris in Ireland from 1793 to 1844, also Baron Altham from 1737 to 1844
Baron Pope 1628 Pope extinct 1668 subsidiary title of the Earl of Downe
Baron Wenman 1628 Wenman extinct 1800 subsidiary title of the Viscount Wenman
Baron Fitzwilliam of Thorncastle 1629 FitzWilliam extinct 1833 subsidiary title of the Viscount FitzWilliam of Meryon, also Earl of Tyrconnel from 1663 to 1667
Baron Philippstown 1631 O'Dempsey extinct 1691 subsidiary title of the Viscount Clanmalier
Baron Alington 1642 Alington extinct 1723 also Baron Alington in England from 1682
Baron Cullen 1642 Cokayne extinct 1810 subsidiary title of the Viscount Cullen
Baron Tracy 1643 Tracy extinct 1797 subsidiary title of the Viscount Tracy
Baron Bard of Dromboy 1645 Bard extinct 1656 subsidiary title of the Viscount Bellomont
Baron Brouncker 1645 Brouncker extinct 1688 subsidiary title of the Viscount Brouncker
Baron Hawley 1646 Hawley extinct 1790
Baron Turvey 1646 Barnewall extinct 1834 subsidiary title of the Viscount Barnewall
Baron O'Brien 1754 O'Brien extinct 1855 subsidiary title of the Earl of Inchiquin, also Baron Inchiquin (which title is still extant), also Marquess of Thomond from 1800, also Baron Thomond from 1801 to 1808 and Baron Tadcaster from 1826 to 1846 in the United Kingdom
Baron Boyle[disambiguation needed] 1660 Boyle extinct 1699 subsidiary title of the Viscount Shannon
Baron Coote of Coloony 1660 Coote extinct 1800 created Earl of Bellomont in 1689 (extinct 1766) and Earl of Bellamont in 1767 (extinct 1800).
Baron Kingston 1660 King extinct 1761
Baron Loughneagh 1660 Clotworthy, Skeffington extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Massereene, also Earl of Massereene in Ireland from 1756 to 1816, also Viscount Ferrard and Baron Oriel in Ireland and Baron Oriel in the United Kingdom from 1843
Baron Barry of Santry 1661 Barry extinct 1751
Baron Palmer 1661 Palmer extinct 1705 subsidiary title of the Earl of Castlemaine
Baron Butler of Cloughrenan 1662 Butler extinct 1686 subsidiary title of the Earl of Arran, also Baron Butler of Weston in Ireland from 1673
Baron Moyarta 1662 O'Brien forfeit 1691 subsidiary title of the Viscount Clare
Baron Trevor 1662 Trevor extinct 1706 subsidiary title of the Viscount Dungannon
Baron Berkeley of Rathdowne 1663 Berkeley extinct 1712 subsidiary title of the Viscount Fitzhardinge, also Baron Botetourt of Langport and Earl of Falmouth in England from 1664 to 1665
Baron Boyle 1673 Boyle extinct 1732 subsidiary title of the Viscount Blessington
Baron Butler of Weston 1673 Butler extinct 1686 subsidiary title of the Earl of Arran (1662 creation)
Baron Clanehugh 1675 Forbes extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Granard, also Earl of Granard from 1684 and Baron Granard in the United Kingdom from 1806
Baron Cloney 1675 Ducie extinct 1679 subsidiary title of the Viscount Downe
Baron Aghrim 1676 Butler extinct 1677 subsidiary title of the Earl of Gowran
Baron Altham 1681 Annesley extinct 1844 also Earl of Anglesey in England from 1737 to 1761; created Earl of Mountnorris (1793) in Ireland
Baron Oxmantown 1681 Parsons extinct 1764 subsidiary title of the Viscount Rosse, also Earl of Rosse from 1718
Baron Stewart of Ramalton 1683 Stewart extinct 1769 subsidiary title of the Viscount Mountjoy, also Earl of Blessington from 1745
Baron Rathfarnham 1685 Loftus extinct 1691 subsidiary title of the Viscount Loftus
Baron Talbotstown 1685 Talbot forfeit 1691 subsidiary title of the Duke of Tyrconnel
Baron Bellew of Duleek 1686 Bellew extinct 1770
Baron Tyaquin 1687 Bourke extinct 1691 subsidiary title of the Viscount Galway
Baron Shelburne 1688 Petty extinct 1696
Baroness Shelburne 1688 Petty extinct 1708
Baron Jamestown 1689 Hewett extinct 1689 subsidiary title of the Viscount Hewett
Baron Cutts of Gowran 1690 Cutts extinct 1707
Baron Tara 1691 Schomberg extinct 1719 subsidiary title of the Duke of Leinster, also Baron Teyes, Earl of Brentford and Duke of Schomberg in England from 1693
Baron Aghrim 1692 de Ginkell extinct 1844 subsidiary title of the Earl of Athlone
Baron Coningsby 1692 Coningsby extinct 1761 also Baron Coningsby in Great Britain from 1715 to 1729, also Earl Coningsby in Great Britain from 1719, also Baron Coningsby of Hampton Court and Viscount Coningsby in Great Britain from 1729
Baron Cloughrenan 1693 Butler extinct 1758 subsidiary title of the Earl of Arran, also Baron Butler, Viscount Thurles, Earl of Ossory, Earl of Ormonde, Marquess of Ormonde and Duke of Ormonde from 1745
Baron Fethard 1695 Vaughan extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Lisburne; created Earl of Lisburne in Ireland in 1776
Baron Shelburne 1699 Petty extinct 1751 subsidiary title of the Earl of Shelburne

1701-1800[edit]

Title Date of Creation Surname Current Status Notes
Baron Glenawley 1701 Howe extinct 1814 subsidiary title of the Viscount Howe, also Viscount Howe in Great Britain from 1782 to 1799, also Baron Howe and Earl Howe in Great Britain from 1788 to 1799; the title of Baron Howe is still extant and is now a subsidiary title of the Earl Howe (created in Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1821)
Baron Mountcastle 1701 Hamilton extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Strabane, also Earl of Abercorn in Scotland, Viscount Hamilton in Great Britain from 1786, Marquess of Abercorn in Great Britain from 1790, Marquess of Hamilton in the United Kingdom and Duke of Abercorn in Ireland from 1868
Baron Pierrepont 1702 Pierrepont extinct 1715 also Baron Pierrepont in Great Britain from 1714
Baron Kilmayden 1703 St Leger extinct 1767 subsidiary title of the Viscount Doneraile
Baron Verney 1703 Verney extinct 1791 subsidiary title of the Viscount Fermanagh, also Earl Verney from 1742
Baron Mount Cashell 1706 Davys extinct 1736 subsidiary title of the Viscount Mount Cashell
Baron Tyrawley 1706 O'Hara extinct 1773 also Baron Kilmaine in Ireland from 1724
Baron Wandesford 1706 Wandesford extinct 1784 subsidiary title of the Viscount Castlecomer, also Earl Wandesford in Great Britain from 1758
Baron Conway of Killultagh 1713 Seymour-Conway extant also Baron Conway in the Peerage of England; created Earl of Hertford in 1750 and Marquess of Hertford in 1793
Baron Brodrick 1715 Brodrick extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Midleton; also Baron Brodrick in the Great Britain from 1796; also Viscount Dunsford and Earl of Midleton in the United Kingdom from 1920 to 1979
Baron Carbery 1715 Evans, Evans-Freke extant
Baron Ferrard of Beaulieu 1715 Tichborne extinct 1731
Baron Gowran 1715 Fitzpatrick extinct 1818 also Earl of Upper Ossory from 1751, also Baron Upper Ossory in Great Britain from 1794
Baron Hamilton of Stackallan 1715 Hamilton extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Boyne; also Baron Brancepeth in the United Kingdom from 1866
Baron Moore 1715 Moore extinct 1764 created Earl of Charleville in 1758
Baron Newtown-Butler 1715 Butler extinct 1998 also Viscount Lanesborough from 1728 and Earl of Lanesborough from 1756
Baron Perceval 1715 Perceval extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Egmont; also Baron Lovel and Holland in Peerage of Great Britain from 1762; also Baron Arden in the Peerage of the United Kingdom from 1841
Baron Ranelagh 1715 Cole extinct 1754
Baron Saint George 1715 Saint-George extinct 1735
Baron Trim 1715 Wharton extinct 1728 subsidiary title of the Marquess of Catherlough, also Baron Wharton in England (which title is still extant), also Viscount Winchendon and Earl of Wharton in England, also Earl of Rathfarnham from 1715, also Marquess of Wharton and Marquess of Malmesbury in Great Britain from 1715, also Duke of Wharton in Great Britain from 1718
Baroness Dundalk 1716 von der Schulenburg extinct 1743 subsidiary title of the Duchess of Munster, also Duchess of Kendal in Great Britain from 1719
Baron Newborough 1716 Cholmondeley Extant Subsidiary title of the Marquess of Cholmondeley
Baron Philipstown 1716 Molesworth Extant Subsidiary title of the Viscount Molesworth
Baron Allen 1717 Allen extinct 1845 subsidiary title of the Viscount Allen
Baron Rathdown 1717 Chetwynd extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Chetwynd
Baron Southwell 1717 Southwell extant also Viscount Southwell from 1776
Baron Hill of Kilwarlin 1717 Hill extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Hillsborough, also Earl of Hillsborough from 1751, Baron Harwich in Great Britain from 1756, Earl of Hillsborough in Great Britain from 1772 and Marquess of Downshire in Ireland from 1789
Baron Aylmer 1718 Aylmer, Whitworth-Aylmer extant
Baron Charleville 1718 Brownlow extinct 1754 subsidiary title of the Viscount Tyrconnel
Baron Loughuyre 1718 Fane extinct 1766 subsidiary title of the Viscount Fane
Baron Newtown 1718 Child, Tylney extinct 1784 subsidiary title of the Earl Tylney of Castlemaine
Baron Carpenter 1719 Carpenter extinct 1853 also Viscount Carlingford and Earl of Tyrconnel from 1751
Baron Claneboye 1719 Hamilton extinct 1798 subsidiary title of the Viscount Limerick, also Earl of Clanbrassil from 1756
Baron Londonderry 1719 Pitt extinct 1765 subsidiary title of the Earl of Londonderry
Baron Barrington[1] 1720 Barrington extinct 1990 subsidiary title of the Viscount Barrington, also Baron Shute in the United Kingdom from 1880
Baron Beresford 1720 Beresford extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Tyrone, also Earl of Tyrone from 1746, Baron Tyrone in Great Britain from 1786, and Marquess of Waterford in Ireland from 1789
Baron Gage[1] 1720 Gage extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Gage; also Baron Gage in Great Britain from 1780 to 1791; also Baron Gage in Great Britain from 1790
Baron Edenderry 1720 Blundell extinct 1756 subsidiary title of the Viscount Blundell
Baron Vane of Dungannon[1] 1720 Vane extinct 1789 subsidiary title of the Viscount Vane
Baron Bessborough 1721 Ponsonby extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Bessborough; also Baron Ponsonby of Sysonby in Great Britain from 1749; also Baron Duncannon in the United Kingdom from 1844; also Earl of Bessborough in the United Kingdom from 1937 to 1993
Baron Clifton 1721 Bligh extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Darnley; also Baron Clifton in England from 1728 to 1900 and from 1937
Baron Darcy of Navan 1721 Darcy extinct 1733
Baron Whitworth 1721 Whitworth extinct 1725
Baron Kilmaine 1722 O'Hara extinct 1722 also Baron Tyrawley in Ireland from 1724
Baron Temple of Mount Temple 1723 Temple extinct 1865 subsidiary title of the Viscount Palmerston
Baron Micklethwaite 1724 Micklethwaite extinct 1734 first Baron created Viscount Micklethwaite in 1727
Baron Culmore 1725 Bateman extinct 1802 subsidiary title of the Viscount Bateman
Baron Killard 1727 Monckton, Monckton-Arundell extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Galway; also Baron Monckton of Serlby in the United Kingdom from 1887 to 1971
Baron Wyndham 1731 Wyndham extinct 1745
Baron Castle Durrow 1733 Flower extant created Viscount Ashbrook in Ireland in 1751
Baron Catherlough 1733 Fane extinct 1762 also Baron Burghersh, Baron Le Despencer and Earl of Westmorland in England from 1736 to 1762
Baron Desart 1733 Cuffe extinct 1934 also Viscount Desart from 1781, also Viscount Castlecuffe and Earl of Desart from 1793, also Baron Desart in the United Kingdom from 1909
Baron Sundon 1735 Clayton extinct 1752
Baron Belfield 1738 Rochfort extinct 1814 subsidiary title of the Earl of Belvidere
Baron Montfort of Horseheath 1741 Bromley extinct 1851
Baron Maule[2] 1743 Maule extinct 1782 subsidiary title of the Earl Panmure
Baron Newport of Newport 1743 Jocelyn extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Jocelyn; also Earl of Roden from 1771; also Baron Clanbrassil in the United Kingdom from 1821 from 1897
Baron Wingfield 1743 Wingfield extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Powerscourt, also Baron Powerscourt in the United Kingdom from 1885
Baron Fortescue of Credan 1746 Fortescue-Aland extinct 1781
Baron Luxborough 1746 Knight extinct 1772 subsidiary title of the Earl of Catherlough
Baron Mornington[3] 1746 Wesley, Wellesley extant also Earl of Mornington from 1760, Marquess Wellesley from 1799 to 1842 and Duke of Wellington in the United Kingdom from 1863
Baron Kingsborough[4] 1748 King extinct 1755
Baron Knapton 1750 Vesey extant created Viscount de Vesci in 1776, also Baron de Vesci in the United Kingdom from 1884 to 1903
Baron Malton 1750 Watson-Wentworth extinct 1782 subsidiary title of the Earl Malton (created September 1750), also Baron Rockingham in England from December 1750), also Baron Wath, Baron Malton, Baron Rockingham, Viscount Higham, Earl of Malton and Marquess of Rockingham in Great Britain from December 1750
Baron Rawdon 1750 Rawdon extinct 1868 subsidiary title of the Earl of Moira, also Baron Rawdon in Great Britain from 1783, also Baron Botreaux, Baron Hungerford and Baron de Moleyns in England from 1808, also Viscount Loudoun, Earl Rawdon and Marquess of Hastings in the United Kingdom from 1816, also Lord Tarrinzean and Mauchline, Lord Campbell of Loudoun and Earl of Loudoun in Scotland from 1840 (which titles are still extant - see the Earl of Loudoun), also Baron Grey de Ruthyn in England from 1858
Baron Dunkeron[5] 1751 Petty-Fitzmaurice extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Fitzmaurice, also Earl of Shelburne from 1753; Baron Wycombe of Chipping Wycombe from 1760 and Marquess of Lansdowne from 1784 in Great Britain
Baron Loftus[5] 1751 Loftus, Hume-Loftus extinct 1783 created Viscount Loftus in 1756; Earl of Ely from 1766 to 1769 and from 1771 to 1783
Baron Carysfort 1752 Proby extinct 1909 also Earl of Carysfort from 1789, also Baron Carysfort in the United Kingdom from 1801
Baron Conyngham 1753 Conyngham extant also Viscount Conyngham from 1756 to 1781, Earl Conyngham from 1780 to 1781, Viscount Conyngham from 1789, Earl Conyngham from 1797, Marquess Conyngham from 1816, Baron Minster in the United Kingdom from 1821
Baron Milton[6] 1753 Damer extinct 1808 created Baron Milton in Great Britain in 1763 and Earl of Dorchester in Great Britain in 1792
Baron Pollington 1753 Savile extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Mexborough
Baron Ludlow 1755 Ludlow extinct 1842 subsidiary title of the Earl Ludlow, also Baron Ludlow in the United Kingdom from 1831
Baron Blakeney[7] 1756 Blakeney extinct 1756
Baron Farnham 1756 Maxwell extant also Viscount Farnham from 1760 to 1779 and from 1781 to 1823 and Earl of Farnham from 1763 to 1779 and from 1785 to 1823
Baron Longford 1756 Pakenham extant also Earl of Longford in Ireland from 1794, also Baron Silchester in the United Kingdom from 1821, also Baron Pakenham from 1961, also Baron Pakenham of Cowley (life peerage) from 1999 to 2001
Baron Mountmorres 1756 Morres, de Montmorency extinct 1951 subsidiary title of the Viscount Mountmorres
Baron Castle Martyr[8] 1756 Boyle extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Shannon; also Baron Carleton in Great Britain from 1786
Baron Ibrackan[9] 1756 Wyndham-O'Brien extinct 1774 subsidiary title of the Earl of Thomond
Baron Russborough 1756 Leeson extinct 1891 subsidiary title of the Earl of Milltown
Baron Bowes[10] 1758 Bowes extinct 1767
Baron Brandon 1758 Crosbie extinct 1832 also Viscount Crosbie from 1771 to 1815 and Earl of Glandore from 1776 to 1815
Baron Saunders[10] 15 August 1758 Gore extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Sudley; created Earl of Arran in 1762
Baron Lisle 1758 Lysaght extant  
Baron Courtown 1758 Stopford extant also Earl of Courtown from 1762 and Baron Saltersford in Great Britain from 1796
Baron Annesley 1758 Annesley extant also Viscount Glerawly from 1766 and Earl Annesley from 1789
Baron Mount Eagle[11] 1760 Browne extant also Viscount Westport from 1768, Earl of Altamont from 1771 and Marquess of Sligo from 1800, Baron Monteagle in the United Kingdom from 1806
Baron Headfort[11] 1760 Taylour extant created Viscount Headfort in 1762, Earl of Bective in 1766 and Marquess of Headfort in 1800; also Baron Kenlis in the United Kingdom from 1831
Baron Holmes[11] 1760 Holmes extinct 1764
Baron Mountflorence[11] 1760 Cole extant also Viscount Enniskillen from 1776, Earl of Enniskillen from 1789 and Baron Grinstead in the United Kingdom from 1815
Baron Winterton[12] 1761 Turnour extant subsidiary title of the Earl Winterton; also Baron Turnour in the United Kingdom from 1952 to 1962
Baron Clive of Plassey 1762 Clive extant also Baron Clive of Walcot in Great Britain from 1794 and Earl of Powis in the United Kingdom from 1804
Baron Coleraine 1762 Hanger extinct 1824
Baron Orwell[13] 1762 Vernon extinct 1823 subsidiary title of the Earl of Shipbrooke
Baron Waltham[14] 1762 Olmius extinct 1787
Baron Baltinglass 1763 Stratford extinct 1875 created Viscount Aldborough in 1776 and Earl of Aldborough in 1777 in Ireland
Baron Saint George 1763 Saint-George extinct 1775
Baron Gore 1764 Gore extinct 1802 subsidiary title of the Earl of Ross
Baron Kilworth 1764 Moore extinct 1915 subsidiary title of the Viscount Mount Cashell, also Earl of Mount Cashell from 1781
Baron Kingston 1764 King, King-Tenison extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Kingston; also Baron Kingston in the United Kingdom from 1821 to 1869; also Baron Erris and Viscount Lorton in the Ireland from 1869
Baron Hill 1765 Hill-Trevor extinct 1862 subsidiary title of the Viscount Dungannon
Baron Annaly 1766 Gore extinct 1784  
Baron Ardelve 1766 Mackenzie extinct 1781 subsidiary title of the Earl of Seaforth
Baron Gillford 1766 Meade extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Clanwilliam; also Baron Clanwilliam in the United Kingdom from 1828
Baron Pigot 1766 Pigot extinct 1777
Baron Mulgrave 1767 Phipps extant also Baron Mulgrave in the United Kingdom from 1790 to 1792; also Baron Mulgrave in the United Kingdom from 1794, Viscount Normanby and Earl of Mulgrave in the United Kingdom from 1812; also Marquess of Normanby in the United Kingdom from 1838
Baron Nugent 1767 Nugent extinct 1788 subsidiary title of the Earl Nugent (extinct 1889), the latter title which merged with the title of Marquess of Buckingham in 1788, also Duke of Buckingham and Chandos from 1822
Baron Erne 1768 Creighton, Crichton extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Erne; also Baron Fermanagh in the United Kingdom from 1876
Baron Eyre 1768 Eyre extinct 1781
Baron Irnham 1768 Luttrell extinct 1829 subsidiary title of the Earl of Carhampton
Baron Lifford 1768 Hewitt extant also Viscount Lifford from 1781
Baron Sydney 1768 Cosby extinct 1774
Baron Arden 1770 Perceval extinct 2011 also Baron Arden in the United Kingdom from 1802; also Earl of Egmont from 1841
Baron Bangor 1770 Ward extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Bangor
Baron Clermont 1770 Fortescue extinct 1806 also Baron Clermont and Viscount Clermont in Ireland from 1776 and Earl of Clermont in Ireland from 1777
Baron Dartrey 1770 Dawson extinct 1813 subsidiary title of the Viscount Cremorne, also Baron Cremorne from 1797
Baron Dawson 1770 Dawson, Dawson-Damer extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Carlow; created Earl of Portarlington in Ireland in 1785
Baron Melbourne 1770 Lamb extinct 1853 subsidiary title of the Viscount Melbourne, also Baron Melbourne in the United Kingdom from 1815, also Baron Beauvale in the United Kingdom from 1848
Baron Askeaton[15] 1776 Spring extinct 1792
Baron Clermont[15] 1776 Fortescue extinct 1829 subsidiary title of the Earl of Clermont
Baron Clifden[15] 1776 Agar, Agar-Ellis extinct 1974 also Viscount Clifden from 1781, also Baron Mendip in Great Britain from 1802 and Baron Dover in the United Kingdom from 1836
Baron Clonmore[15] 1776 Howard, Forward-Howard extinct 1978 subsidiary title of the Viscount Wicklow, also Countess of Wicklow from 1793
Baron de Montalt[15] 1776 Maude extinct 1777
Baron Gosford[15] 1776 Acheson extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Gosford; also Baron Worlingham in the United Kingdom from 1835; also Baron Acheson in the United Kingdom from 1849
Baron Kensington[15] 1776 Edwardes extant also Baron Kensington in the United Kingdom from 1886
Baron Lucan[15] 1776 Bingham extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Lucan; also Baron Bingham in the United Kingdom from 1934
Baron Macartney[15] 1776 Macartney extinct 1806 subsidiary title of the Earl Macartney, also Baron Macartney in Great Britain from 1796
Baron Macdonald of Slate[15] 1776 Macdonald extant
Baron Massy[15] 1776 Massy extant
Baron Milford[15] 1776 Philipps extinct 1823
Baron Naas[15] 1776 Bourke extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Mayo
Baron Newborough[15] 1776 Wynn extant
Baron Newhaven[15] 1776 Mayne extinct 1794
Baron Ongley[15] 1776 Henley-Ongley extinct 1877
Baron Doneraile[15] 1776 St Leger extant created Viscount Doneraile in Ireland in 1785
Baron Shuldham[15] 1776 Shuldham extinct 1798
Baron Templetown[15] 1776 Upton extinct 1981 also Viscount Templetown from 1806
Baron Westcote[15] 1776 Lyttelton extant also Baron Lyttelton of Frankley in Great Britain from 1794; also Baron Cobham and Viscount Cobham in Great Britain from 1889
Baron Rokeby 1777 Robinson extinct 1883
Baron Belmore[16] 1781 Lowry-Corry extant subsidiary title of the Earl Belmore
Baron Muskerry[16] 1781 Deane extant
Baron Tracton[16] 1781 Dennis extinct 1782
Baron Sheffield[16] 1780 Baker-Holroyd extinct 1909 subsidiary title of the Earl of Sheffield, also Baron Sheffield in the United Kingdom from 1802, also Baron Sheffield in Ireland from 1783, a title which is still extant and since 1909 merged with the titles of Baron Stanley of Alderley and Baron Eddisbury in the United Kingdom
Baron Welles[16] 1781 Knox extant also Viscount Northland from 1791 and Earl of Ranfurly from 1831; also Baron Ranfurly in the United Kingdom from 1826
Baron Conyngham[17] 4 January 1781 Conyngham extinct 1781  
Baron Hood 1782 Hood extant also Viscount Hood in Great Britain from 1796; also Baron Hood in Great Britain from 1816
Baron Delaval 1783 Delaval extinct 1808 also Baron Delaval in Great Britain from 1786
Baron Donoughmore 1783 Hely-Hutchinson extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Donoughmore; also Viscount Hutchinson since 1821 and Baron Hutchinson in the United Kingdom from 1825 to 1832
Baron Harberton 1783 Pomeroy extant also Viscount Harberton from 1791
Baron Leitrim 1783 Clements extinct 9 June 1952 also Viscount Leitrim from 1793 and Earl of Leitrim from 1795, also Baron Clements in the United Kingdom from 1831
Baron Llandaff 1783 Mathew extinct 1833 subsidiary title of the Earl of Llandaff
Baron Penrhyn 1783 Pennant extinct 1808
Baron Sheffield of Roscommon 1783 Baker-Holroyd, Holroyd, Stanley extant also Baron Sheffield in Peerage of Ireland until 1909; also Baron Sheffield in the United Kingdom from 1802 to 1909; also Viscount Pevensey and Earl of Sheffield in the United Kingdom from 1816 to 1909; also Baron Stanley of Alderley and Baron Eddisbury in the United Kingdom from 1909
Baron Muncaster 1783 Pennington extinct 1917 also Baron Muncaster in the United Kingdom from 1898
Baron Riversdale 1783 Tonson extinct 1861
Baron Earlsfort 1784 Scott extinct 1935 subsidiary title of the Earl of Clonmell
Baron de Montalt[18] 1785 Maude extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Hawarden; also Earl de Montalt in the United Kingdom from 1886 to 1905
Baron Lismore[18] 1785 O'Callaghan extinct 1898 created Viscount Lismore in 1806; also Baron Lismore in the United Kingdom from 1838
Baron Loftus[18] 1785 Loftus extant also Viscount Loftus from 1789, Earl of Ely from 1794 and Marquess of Ely from 1801, Baron Loftus in the United Kingdom from 1801
Baron Sunderlin[18] 1785 Malone extinct 1816 created Baron Sunderlin also in 1797, which title also became extinct in 1816
Baron Fitzgibbon[19] 1789 Fitzgibbon extinct 1864 created Viscount FitzGibbon in 1793 and Earl of Clare in 1795
Baron Annaly[20] 1789 Gore extinct 1793  
Baron Auckland[20] 1789 Eden extant also Baron Auckland in the Great Britain from 1793; created Earl of Auckland in the United Kingdom in 1839, a title which became extinct in 1849
Baron Carleton[20] 1789 Carleton extinct 1825 created Viscount Carleton in 1797
Baron Cloncurry[20] 1789 Lawless extinct 1929 also Baron Cloncurry in the United Kingdom from 1831
Baron Eardley[20] 1789 Eardley extinct 1824
Baron Londonderry[20] 1789 Stewart extant created Viscount Castlereagh in 1795, Earl of Londonderry in 1796 and Marquess of Londonderry in 1816; also Baron Stewart from 1822 and Earl Vane from 1823 in the United Kingdom
Baron Kilmaine[20] 1786 Browne extant
Baron Mountjoy[20] 1789 Gardiner extinct 1829 subsidiary title of the Viscount Mountjoy, also Earl of Blessington from 1816
Baron Caledon[21] 1790 Alexander extant created Viscount Caledon in 1797 and Earl of Caledon in 1800
Baron Callan[21] 1790 Agar extinct 1815
Baron Clonbrock[21] 1790 Dillon extinct 1926
Baron Glentworth[22] 1790 Pery extant created Earl of Limerick in 1803
Baroness Oriel[22][21] 1790 Foster, Skeffington extant also Viscount Ferrard in Ireland from 1797, Baron Oriel in the United Kingdom from 1828 and Viscount Massereene in Ireland from 1843
Baron St Helens 1791 Fitzherbert extinct 1839 also Baron St Helens in the United Kingdom from 1801
Baroness Fermanagh 1792 Verney extinct 1810
Baron Oxmantown 1792 Parsons extant also Viscount Oxmantown from 1795 to 1807 and Earl of Rosse from 1806
Baron Waterpark 1792 Cavendish extant
Baron Bandon 1793 Bernard extinct 1979 subsidiary title of the Earl of Bandon
Baron O'Neill 1793 O'Neill extinct 1855 subsidiary title of the Viscount O'Neill, also Viscount Raymond and Earl O'Neill from 1800 to 1841
Baron Bridport 1794 Hood extant also Baron Bridport in Great Britain from 1796 to 1814; also Viscount Bridport in Great Britain from 1800 to 1814; also Viscount Bridport in the United Kingdom from 1868
Baron Graves 1794 Graves extant
Baron Avonmore[23] 1795 Yelverton dormant 1910 subsidiary title of the Viscount Avonmore
Baroness Kilwarden[24] 1795 Wolfe extinct 1830 also Baron Kilwarden (created 1798) and Viscount Kilwarden from 1804
Baron Lavington[24] 1795 Payne extinct 1807
Baron Longueville[24] 1795 Longfield extinct 1811 subsidiary title of the Viscount Longueville
Baron Rancliffe[24] 1795 Parkyns extinct 1850
Baron Somerton[23] 1795 Agar extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Normanton; also Baron Somerton in the United Kingdom from 1873 and Baron Mendip in Great Britain from 1974
Baron Carrington 1796 Smith, Carrington, Wynn-Carington, Carington extant also Baron Carrington from 1797 in Great Britain; Earl Carrington from 1895 to 1928, Marquess of Lincolnshire from 1912 to 1928 and Baron Carington of Upton from 1999, in the United Kingdom
Baron Huntingfield 1796 Vanneck extant
Baron Rossmore 1796 Cuninghame, Westenra extant also Baron Rossmore in the United Kingdom from 1838
Baron Bantry 1797 White-Hedges-White extinct 1891 subsidiary title of the Earl of Bantry
Baron Crofton 1797 Crofton extant
Baron Cremorne[25] 1797 Dawson extinct 1933 also Baron Dartrey and Viscount Cremorne (which titles became extinct in 1813), also Baron Dartrey from 1847 and Earl of Dartrey from 1866 in the United Kingdom
Baron Headley[25] 1797 Allanson-Winn extinct 1994  
Baron Holmes[25] 1797 Holmes extinct 1804
Baron Hotham[26] 1797 Hotham extant
Baron Kilconnel[25] 1797 Trench extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Clancarty; also Baron Trench and Viscount Clancarty in the United Kingdom from 1815 and 1823 respectively
Baron Monck[25] 1797 Monck extant also Viscount Monck from 1801 and Baron Monck in the United Kingdom from 1866; also Earl of Rathdowne in the Peerage of Ireland from 1822 to 1848
Baron Keith[26] 1797 Elphinstone extinct 1867 also Baron Keith from 1801 and Viscount Keith from 1814 to 1823, in the United Kingdom; Lord Nairne in Scotland from 1824
Baroness Norwood[25] 1797 Toler, Graham-Toler extant also Baron Norbury in Ireland from 1822; also Viscount Glandine and Earl of Norbury in Peerage of Ireland from 1832
Baron Sunderlin[25] 1797 Sunderlin extinct 1816 had been created Baron Sunderlin already in 1785, which title also became extinct in 1816
Baron Tullamore[25] 1797 Bury extinct 1875 subsidiary title of the Earl of Charleville
Baron Tyrawley[25] 1797 Cuffe extinct 1821
Baron Castlerosse[27] 1798 Browne extinct 1952 subsidiary title of the Viscount Kenmare; created Earl of Kenmare in 1801; also Baron Kenmare in the United Kingdom from 1841 to 1853 and from 1856
Baron ffrench[28] 1798 ffrench extant
Baron Kilwarden[29] 1798 Wolfe extinct 1830 subsidiary title of the Viscount Kilwarden, also Baron Kilwarden (created 1795) from 1804
Baron Teignmouth[25] 1798 Shore extinct 1981  
Baron Henley[citation needed] 1799 Eden, Henley extant also Baron Northington in the United Kingdom from 1885
Baron Adare[30] 1800 Quin extinct 2011 created Earl of Dunraven and Mount-Earl (1822) in Ireland; also Baron Kenry in the United Kingdom from 1826 to 1926
Baron Castle Coote[31] 1800 Coote extinct 1827 also Earl of Mountrath from 1800 to 1802
Baron Clanmorris[31] 1800 Bingham extant
Baron de Blaquiere[30] 1800 de Blaquiere extinct 1920
Baron Dufferin and Claneboye[30] 1800 Blackwood, Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood extant created Earl of Dufferin on 13 November 1871 and Marquess of Dufferin and Ava on 17 November 1888, which titles all became extinct 29 May 1988
Baron Dunalley[31] 1800 Prittie extant
Baron Ennismore[31] 1800 Hare extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Listowel; also Baron Hare in the United Kingdom from 1869
Baron Frankfort[30] 1800 de Montmorency extinct 1917 subsidiary title of the Viscount Frankfort de Montmorency
Baron Lecale[32] 1800 FitzGerald extinct 1810
Baron Radstock[32] 1800 Waldegrave extinct 1953
Baron Erris[33] 1800 King, King-Tenison extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Lorton; also Earl of Kingston in Ireland from 1869
Baron Ashtown[33] 1800 Trench extant
Baron Clarina[33] 1800 Massey extinct 1952
Baron Gardner[33] 1800 Gardner dormant 1883 also Baron Gardner in the United Kingdom from 1806
Baron Glenbervie[33] 1800 Douglas extinct 1823
Baron Norbury[33] 1800 Toler, Graham-Toler extant also Baron Norwood in Ireland from 1822; also Viscount Glandine and Earl of Norbury in Ireland from 1831
Baroness Nugent[33] 1800 Nugent-Temple-Grenville, Nugent-Grenville extinct 1850
Baron Hartland[31] 1800 Mahon extinct 1845
Baron Henniker[31] 1800 Henniker, Henniker-Major extant also Baron Hartismere in the United Kingdom from 1866
Baron Langford[30] 1800 Rowley, Rowley-Conwy extant
Baron Mount Sandford[31] 1800 Sandford extinct 1846
Baroness Newcomen[31] 1800 Gleadowe-Newcomen extinct 1825 first Baroness created Viscountess Newcomen in 1803
Baron Tara[31] 1800 Preston extinct 1821
Baron Ventry[31] 1800 Mullins extant
Baron Wallscourt[31] 1800 Blake extinct 1920 Suspended from 1803 to 1806
Baron Whitworth[34] 1800 Whitworth extinct 1825 created Viscount Whitworth in 1813 and Earl Whitworth in 1815 in the United Kingdom

after Act of Union 1801[edit]

Title Date of Creation Surname Current Status Notes
Baron Rendlesham[35] 1806 Thellusson extant
Baron Kiltarton[citation needed] 1810 Prendergast-Smyth, Vereker extant subsidiary title of the Viscount Gort
Baron Decies[citation needed] 1812 Beresford, Horsley-Beresford extant
Baron Castlemaine[citation needed] 1812 Handcock extant
Baron Garvagh[citation needed] 1818 Canning extant  
Baron Howden[36] 1819 Howden extinct 1873 also Baron Howden in the United Kingdom from 1831
Baron Downes[37] 1822 Downes, de Burgh extinct 1863
Baron Bloomfield[38] 1825 Bloomfield extinct 1879 also Baron Bloomfield in the United Kingdom from 1871
Baroness Fitzgerald and Vesey[39] 1826 Fitzgerald extinct 1860 also Baron Fitzgerald in the United Kingdom from 1835 to 1843
Baron O'Grady[40] 1831 O'Grady extinct 1955 subsidiary title of the Viscount Guillamore
Baron Talbot of Malahide[citation needed] 1831 Talbot, Arundell extant also Baron Furnival in the United Kingdom from 1839 to 1849; also Baron Talbot de Malahide in the United Kingdom from 1856 to 1973
Baron Carew[41] 1834 Carew, Conolly-Carew extant also Baron Carew in the United Kingdom from 1838
Baron Oranmore and Browne[42] 1836 Browne extant also Baron Mereworth in the United Kingdom from 1926
Baron Dunsandle and Clanconal[citation needed] 1845 Daly extinct 1911
Baron Bellew[citation needed] 1848 Bellew extant
Baron Clermont[citation needed] 1852 Fortescue, Parkinson-Fortescue extinct 1898 also Baron Clermont in the United Kingdom from 1866 to 1887 and Baron Carlingford in the United Kingdom from 1887
Baron Fermoy[citation needed] 1856 Roche extant
Baron Athlumney[citation needed] 1863 Somerville extinct 1929 also Baron Meredyth in the United Kingdom from 1866
Baron Rathdonnell[citation needed] 1868 McClintock, McClintock-Bunbury extant  
Baron Curzon of Kedleston[43] 1898 Curzon extinct 1925 created Earl Curzon of Kedleston in 1911 and Marquess Curzon of Kedleston in 1921, in the United Kingdom

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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