ffolkes baronets

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The ffolkes Baronetcy, of Hillington in the County of Norfolk, is a title in the Baronetage of Great Britain. It was created on 26 May 1774 for Martin ffolkes, FRS later High Sheriff of Norfolk and Member of Parliament for King's Lynn. The second Baronet represented Norfolk and Norfolk West in the House of Commons while the third Baronet represented King's Lynn. The fifth Baronet was Honorary Chaplain to Queen Victoria, Chaplain-in-Ordinary to Edward VII and George V and Chaplain to Edward VIII and George VI.

The family surname is pronounced "Foakes", and is correctly spelled with two lowercase "f"s.

ffolkes baronets, of Hillington (1774)[edit]

Escutcheon of the ffolkes baronets of Hillington