Viscount Castlecomer

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Viscount Castlecomer was a title created on 15 March 1707, along with the title Baron Wandesford, for Christopher Wandesford, 1st Viscount Castlecomer, whose father, Sir Christopher Wandesford, had been created Baronet of Kirklington, North Yorkshire on 5 August 1662 in the Baronetage of England.[1] The 5th Viscount was created Earl Wandesford on 15 August 1758. All three titles and the baronetcy became extinct on his death in 1784.[2]

Baronets of Kirklington (1662)[edit]

Viscounts Castlecomer (1707)[edit]

Earls Wandesford (1758)[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Edward Kimber and John Almon, The Peerage of Ireland (J. Almon, 1768), 95.
  2. ^ Edward Kimber and John Almon, The Peerage of Ireland (J. Almon, 1768), 95.