Brunner baronets

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Sir John Brunner, 1st Baronet

The Brunner Baronetcy, of Druids Cross in the parish of Little Woolton in the County Palatine of Lancaster; of Winnington Old Hall in the parish of Winnington in the County Palatine of Chester; and of Ennismore Gardens in the parish of St Margaret's, Westminster in the County of London, is a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom.[1]

It was created on 27 July 1895 for the industrialist, Liberal politician and philanthropist John Brunner. He was the second son of Reverend John Brunner, of Zurich, Switzerland. The second and third Baronets were also Liberal politicians. The fourth Baronet was a cousin of Katharine, Duchess of Kent.

Brunner baronets, of Druids Cross, Winnington Old Hall and Ennismore Gardens (1895)[edit]

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