Wardlaw baronets

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The Wardlaw Baronetcy, of Pitreavie in the County of Fife, is a title in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia. It was created on 5 March 1631 for Henry Wardlaw, Chamberlain to Anne of Denmark, consort of James VI, with remainder to heirs male whatsoever. He had acquired Pitreavie in 1606 and this was erected into a barony in 1627. As of 13 October 2008 the presumed twenty-first and the twenty-second Baronets have not successfully proven succession and are therefore not on the Official Roll of the Baronetage, with the baronetcy considered dormant since 1983.[1] The poet Elizabeth, Lady Wardlaw was the wife of the fourth Baronet.

Wardlaw baronets, of Pitreavie (1631)[edit]

  • Sir Henry Wardlaw, 1st Baronet (1565–1637)
  • Sir Henry Wardlaw, 2nd Baronet (d. 1653)
  • Sir Henry Wardlaw, 3rd Baronet (1618–c. 1680)
  • Sir Henry Wardlaw, 4th Baronet (d. 1683)
  • Sir Henry Wardlaw, 5th Baronet (d. 1709)
  • Sir Henry Wardlaw, 6th Baronet (d. 17..)
  • Sir Henry Wardlaw, 7th Baronet (1705–c. 1720)
  • Sir George Wardlaw, 8th Baronet (1675–c. 1730)
  • Sir Henry Wardlaw, 9th Baronet (d. 1739)
  • Sir David Wardlaw, 10th Baronet (1678–c. 1750)
  • Sir Henry Wardlaw, 11th Baronet (d. 1782)
  • Sir David Wardlaw, 12th Baronet (d. 1793)
  • Sir John Wardlaw, 13th Baronet (d. 1823)
  • Sir William Wardlaw, 14th Baronet (1794–c. 1830)
  • Sir Alexander Wardlaw, 15th Baronet (c. 1790–1833)
  • Sir William Wardlaw, 16th Baronet (c. 1791–1863)
  • Sir Archibald Wardlaw, 17th Baronet (1793–1874)
  • Sir Henry Wardlaw, 18th Baronet (1822–1897)
  • Sir Henry Wardlaw, 19th Baronet (1867–1954)
  • Sir Henry Wardlaw, 20th Baronet (1894–1983)
  • Henry John Wardlaw, presumed 21st Baronet (1930–2005)
  • Henry Justin Wardlaw, presumed 22nd Baronet (b. 1963)
  • Henry (Harry) Wardlaw, presumed 23rd Baronet (b.1999)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Baronetcies to which no Succession has been proved". The Standing Council of the Baronetage. Retrieved 2008-11-28. 

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