Grant baronets

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Six baronetcies have been held by Grants.

Colquhoun, later Grant baronets, of Grant (1625)[edit]

See Colquhoun baronets

Grant baronets, of Dalvey, Elgin (1688)[edit]

Created 10 August 1688, in the baronetage of Nova Scotia.

Sir Ludovic Grant (1862-1936); University of Edinburgh, 1923, by Glyn Philpot

Grant baronets, of Monymusk, Aberdeen (1705)[edit]

Created 7 December 1705, in the baronetage of Nova Scotia.

Grant baronets, of Forres, Moray (1924)[edit]

Created 25 June 1924, in the baronetage of the United Kingdom.

Grant baronet, of Househill, Nairn (1926)[edit]

Created 30 July 1926, a baronetage of the United Kingdom.

  • Sir James Augustus Grant, 1st Baronet, born 3 March 1867, was member of parliament for Egremont 1910–1918, for Whitehaven 1918–1922, and Derbyshire South 1924–1929. He had no son and died on 29 July 1932, when the title became extinct.

Macpherson-Grant baronets, of Ballindalloch (1838)[edit]

See Macpherson-Grant baronets

References[edit]

  1. ^ "No. 32941". The London Gazette (Supplement). 3 June 1924. pp. 4407–4422. 
  2. ^ "No. 32954". The London Gazette. 8 July 1924. pp. 5249–5249.