Farrington baronets

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Not to be confused with Farington Baronets.

The Farrington Baronetcy, of Blackheath in the County of Kent, is a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom. It was created on 2 December 1818 for General Anthony Farrington.[1]

Farrington baronets, of Blackheath (1818)[edit]

  • Sir Anthony Farrington, 1st Baronet (1742–1823)
  • Sir Charles Henry Farrington, 2nd Baronet (1794–1828)
  • Sir Henry Maturin Farrington, 3rd Baronet (1778–1834)
  • Sir Henry Anthony Farrington, 4th Baronet (1811–1888)
  • Sir William Hicks Farrington, 5th Baronet (1838–1901)
  • Sir Henry Anthony Farrington, 6th Baronet (1871–1944)
  • Sir Henry Francis Colden Farrington, 7th Baronet (1914–2004)
  • Sir Henry William Farrington, 8th Baronet (born 1951)

The heir apparent to the baronetcy is Henry John Albert Farrington (born 1985), eldest son of the 8th Baronet.