Baron of Dauntsey
The title Baron of Dauntsey, of Wiltshire in the Peerage of England, was twice created as a subsidiary title for the Dukes of Cambridge, sons of James II of England both of whom died in infancy. The first creation was on 23 August 1664 and the second on 14 September 1667.
Barons of Dauntsey, first Creation (1664)
- James Stuart, Duke of Cambridge (1663–1667)
Barons of Dauntsey, second Creation (1667)
- Edgar Stuart, Duke of Cambridge (1667–1671)
- Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas; William John Courthope (1857). The Historic Peerage of England: Exhibiting, Under Alphabetical Arrangement, the Origin, Descent, and Present State of Every Title of Peerage which Has Existed in this Country Since the Conquest ; Being a New Edition of the "Synopsis of the Peerage of England". John Murray. pp. 89–90.