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This page, one list of hereditary baronies, lists all lords of Parliament, extant, extinct, dormant, abeyant, or forfeit, in the Peerage of Scotland. For feudal barons (mainly Scottish), see List of feudal baronies.

Lordships of Parliament, 1233–1707[edit]

before 1300[edit]

Title Date of Creation Surname Current Status Notes
Lord Abernethy 1233 Abernethy extinct 1325  
Lord Strathnaver 1235 de Moravia extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Sutherland
Lord of Bywell before 1141 de Balliol extinct  

1301–1400[edit]

Title Date of Creation Surname Current Status Notes
Lord Garioch 1320 of Mar extant also Earl of Mar
Lord Lindsay of Crawford 1398 Lindsay extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Crawford

1401–1500[edit]

Title Date of Creation Surname Current Status Notes
Lord Erskine 1429 Erskine extant also Earl of Mar (first creation) from 1438 until 1866 and Earl of Mar (seventh creation) and Earl of Kellie since 1866
Lord Hay 1429 Hay extant created Earl of Erroll in 1453
Lord Somerville c.1435 Somerville dormant 1870  
Lord Balveny 1437 Douglas forfeit 1455 subsidiary title of the Earl of Avondale, also Earl of Douglas from 1440
Lord Lorne 1439 Stewart resigned 1626 Created Earl of Atholl in 1596
Lord Cathcart 1442 Cathcart extant created Viscount Cathcart in the United Kingdom in 1807 and Earl Cathcart in the United Kingdom in 1814
Lord Forbes 1442 Forbes extant  
Lord Crichton 1443 Crichton forfeit 1484  
Lord Hamilton 1445 Hamilton forfeit 1585 created Earl of Arran in 1503, lost by insanity of the 3rd earl
Lord Maxwell 1445 Maxwell forfeit 1716 created Earl of Nithsdale in 1620
Lord Glamis[1] 28 June 1445 Lyon extant created Earl of Kinghorne in 1606, which title changed to Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne in 1677
Lord Graham 1445 Graham extant created Earl of Montrose in 1505, Marquess of Montrose in 1644 and Duke of Montrose in 1707
Lord Leslie and Ballinbreich 1445 Leslie extant created Earl of Rothes in 1458
Lord Lindsay of the Byres 1445 Lindsay extant created Earl of Lindsay in 1633
Lord Saltoun 1445 Abernethy extant  
Lord Campbell 1445 Campbell extant created Earl of Argyll in 1457 and Duke of Argyll in 1701
Lord Gray 1445 Gray extant  
Lord Montgomerie 1449 Montgomerie extant created Earl of Eglinton in 1508
Lord Sinclair 1449 Sinclair extant  
Lord Haliburton of Dirleton 1449 Halyburton  
Lord Fleming 1451 Fleming extinct 1747 created Earl of Wigtown in 1606
Lord Seton 1451 Seton forfeit 1716 created Earl of Winton in 1600
Lord Slains 1452 Hay extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Erroll
Lord Borthwick 1452 Borthwick extant  
Lord Boyd 1454 Boyd forfeit 1746 created Earl of Arran in 1467 which title forfeit 1469, created Earl of Kilmarnock in 1661
Lord Oliphant 1455 Oliphant 1633 (2nd) creation extinct 1748  
Lord Kennedy 1457 Kennedy extant created Earl of Cassillis in 1509 and Marquess of Ailsa in 1831
Lord Livingston 1458 Livingston forfeit 1716 created Earl of Linlithgow in 1600
Lord Darnley 1460 Stewart merged in the Crown 1571 created Earl of Lennox in 1488
Lord Lovat 1464 Fraser extant  
Lord Innermeath 1469 Stewart extinct 1625 created Earl of Atholl in 1596
Lord Auchterhouse 1469 Stewart extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Buchan
Lord Berriedale 1469 Sinclair extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Caithness
Lord Lorne 1470 Campbell extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Argyll, created Duke of Argyll in 1701
Lord Carlyle of Torthorwald 1473 Carlyle surrendered 1638  
Lord Home 1473 Home extant created Earl of Home in 1605
Lord Bothwell 1485 Ramsay forfeit 1488  
Lord Brechin and Navar 1488 Stewart extinct 1504 subsidiary title of the Duke of Ross
Lord Ruthven 1488 Ruthven forfeit 1600 created Earl of Gowrie in 1581
Lord Crichton of Sanquhar 1488 Crichton extant created Viscount of Ayr in 1622, Earl of Dumfries in 1633 and Marquess of Bute in the United Kingdom in 1804
Lord Drummond 1488 Drummond extant created Earl of Perth in 1605
Lord Hay of Yester 1488 Hay extant created Earl of Tweeddale in 1646 and Marquess of Tweeddale in 1694
Lord Sempill 1489 Sempill extant  
Lord Herries of Terregles 1490 Herries extant  
Lord Ogilvy of Airlie[2] 28 April 1491 Ogilvy extant created Earl of Airlie in 1639
Lord Ross of Halkhead 1499 Ross extinct 1754  

1501–1600[edit]

Title Date of Creation Surname Current Status Notes
Lord Elphinstone 1510 Elphinstone extant  
Lord Ochiltree 1543 Stewart extinct 1675  
Lord Abernethy and Strathearn 1562 Stewart extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Moray
Lord Torphichen 1564 Sandilands extant  
Lord Ardmannoch 1565 Stewart merged in the Crown 1567 subsidiary title of the Duke of Albany
Lord Darnley 1572 Stuart extinct 1576 subsidiary title of the Earl of Lennox
Lord Darnley 1578 Stuart resigned 1580 subsidiary title of the Earl of Lennox
Lord Darnley, Aubigny and Dalkeith 1580 Stuart extinct 1672 subsidiary title of the Earl of Lennox, created Duke of Lennox in 1581
Lord Dunbar 1580 Stuart extinct 1586 subsidiary title of the Earl of March
Lord Aubigny, Dalkeith, Torboltoun and Aberdour 1581 Stuart extinct 1672 subsidiary title of the Duke of Lennox
Lord Doune 1581 Stewart extant also Earl of Moray since 1590
Lord Dingwall 1584 Keith extinct 1600  
Lord Paisley[3] 29 July 1587 Hamilton extant also Earl of Abercorn since 1621, created Marquess of Abercorn in Great Britain in 1790 and Duke of Abercorn in Ireland in 1868
Lord Altrie[4] 29 July 1587 Keith forfeit 1715 also Earl Marischal by 1596
Lord Spynie 1590 Lindsay extinct 1671  
Lord Maitland 1590 Maitland extant created Viscount Lauderdale in 1616, Earl of Lauderdale in 1624 and Duke of Lauderdale in 1672, which title extinct 1682
Lord Aven 1591 Hamilton extinct 1651 subsidiary title of the Marquess of Hamilton, created Duke of Hamilton in 1643
Lord Newbottle 1591 Kerr extant also Earl of Lothian since 1631, created Marquess of Lothian in 1701
Lord Fyvie 1598 Seton forfeit 1690 created Earl of Dunfermline in 1605
Lord Gordon of Badenoch 1599 Gordon extant subsidiary title of the Marquess of Huntly
Lord Ardmannoch[5] 23 December 1600 Stewart merged in the Crown 1625 subsidiary title of the Duke of Albany
Lord Livingston and Callendar 1600 Livingston forfeit 1716 subsidiary title of the Earl of Linlithgow
Lord Roxburghe 1600 Ker extant created Earl of Roxburghe in 1616 and Duke of Roxburghe in 1707

1601–1700[edit]

Title Date of Creation Surname Current Status Notes
Lord Campbell of Loudoun 1601 Campbell extant created Earl of Loudoun in 1633
Lord Kinloss 1602 Bruce extant  
Lord Abercorn[6] 5 April 1603 Hamilton extant created Earl of Abercorn in 1606, Marquess of Abercorn in Great Britain in 1790 and Duke of Abercorn in Peerage of Ireland in 1868
Lord Erskine of Dirleton 1603 Erskine extant created Viscount of Fentoun in 1606 and Earl of Kellie in 1619, also Earl of Mar (second creation) since 1875
Lord Colville of Culross 1604 Colville extant created Viscount Colville of Culross in the United Kingdom in 1902
Lord Murray of Tullibardine 1604 Murray extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Tullibardine, also Earl of Atholl since 1670, created Marquess of Atholl in 1676 and Duke of Atholl in 1703
Lord Scone 1605 Murray extant created Viscount of Stormont in 1621, also Earl of Mansfield in Great Britain since 1793
Lord Dunglass 1605 Home extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Home
Lord Balmerinoch 1606 Elphinstone forfeit 1746  
Lord Blantyre 1606 Stuart extinct 1900  
Lord Fleming and Cumbernauld 1606 Fleming extinct 1747 subsidiary title of the Earl of Wigtown
Lord Lindores 1606 Leslie dormant 1813  
Lord Ramsay of Barns 1606 Ramsay extinct 1626 subsidiary title of the Viscount of Haddington, created Earl of Holderness in England in 1621
Lord Dirleton 1606 Erskine extant subsidiary title of the Viscount of Fentoun, created Earl of Kellie in 1619, also Earl of Mar (second creation) since 1875
Lord Paisley, Hamilton, Mountcastell and Kilpatrick[6] 10 July 1606 Hamilton extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Abercorn, Marquess of Abercorn in Great Britain in 1790 and Duke of Abercorn in Peerage of Ireland in 1868
Lord Scott of Buccleuch 1606 Scott extant created Earl of Buccleuch in 1619 and Duchess of Buccleuch in 1663, also Duke of Queensberry from 1810
Lord Coupar 1607 Elphinstone forfeit 1746  
Lord Holyroodhouse 1607 Bothwell dormant 1638  
Lord Garlies 1607 Stewart extant created Earl of Galloway in 1623
Lord Balfour of Burleigh 1607 Balfour extant  
Lord Bruce of Kinloss 1608 Bruce extant also Lord Kinloss until 1747, created Earl of Elgin in 1633, also Earl of Kincardine since 1747
Lord Cranstoun 1609 Cramstoun extinct 1869  
Lord Mackenzie of Kintail 1609 Mackenzie forfeit 1716 created Earl of Seaforth in 1623
Lord Pittenweem 1609 Stewart extinct 1625  
Lord Maderty 1609 Drummond extant created Viscount of Strathallan in 1686, also Earl of Perth since 1902
Lord Dingwall 1609 Preston extant  
Lord Cardross 1610 Erskine extant also Earl of Buchan since 1695
Lord St Colme 1611 Stewart extant also Earl of Moray since 1620
Lord Binning and Byres 1613 Hamilton extant created Earl of Melrose in 1619, which title changed to Earl of Haddington in 1627
Lord Ramsay of Melrose 1615 Ramsay surrendered 1618 also Viscount of Haddington
Lord Ogilvy of Deskford 1616 Ogilvy dormant 1811 created Earl of Findlater in 1638
Lord Carnegie 1616 Carnegie extant created Earl of Southesk in 1633, also Duke of Fife in the United Kingdom since 1992
Lord Ker of Cessford and Cavertoun 1616 Ker extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Roxburghe, created Duke of Roxburghe in 1707
Lord Melville of Monymaill 1616 Melville extant created Earl of Melville in 1690, also Earl of Leven since 1707
Lord Ramsay of Dalhousie 1618 Ramsay extant created Earl of Dalhousie in 1633
Lord Byres and Binning 1619 Hamilton extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Melrose, which title changed to Earl of Haddington in 1627
Lord Scott of Whitchester and Eskdaill 1619 Scott extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Buccleuch, created Duchess of Buccleuch in 1663, also Duke of Queensberry from 1810
Lord Constable 1620 Constable extinct 1718 subsidiary title of the Viscount of Dunbar
Lord Maxwell, Eskdake and Carleill 1620 Maxwell forfeit 1716 subsidiary title of the Earl of Nithsdale
Lord Cary 1620 Cary extant subsidiary title of the Viscount of Falkland
Lord Murray of Lochmaben 1622 Murray extinct 1658 subsidiary title of the Viscount of Annan, created Earl of Annandale in 1625
Lord Sanquhar 1622 Stuart extant subsidiary title of the Viscount of Ayr, created Earl of Dumfries in 1633 and Marquess of Bute in the United Kingdom in 1804
Lord Jedburgh 1622 Kerr extant also Marquess of Lothian since 1703
Lord Thirlestane and Boltoun 1624 Maitland extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Lauderdale, created Duke of Lauderdale in 1672, which title extinct 1682
Lord Murray of Tyninghame 1625 Murray extinct 1658 subsidiary title of the Earl of Annandale
Lord of Kintyre 1626 Campbell extant created Earl of Irvine in 1642, which title extinct 1645, also Marquess of Argyll from 1645, created Duke of Argyll in 1701
Lord Aboyne[7] 1627 Gordon extinct 1630 subsidiary title of the Viscount of Melgum
Lord Aston of Forfar 1627 Aston dormant 1751  
Lord Barrett 1627 Barrett extinct 1645  
Lord Hay of Kinfauns 1627 Hay extant subsidiary title of the Viscount of Dupplin, created Earl of Kinnoull in 1633
Lord Fairfax of Cameron 1627 Fairfax extant  
Lord Napier 1627 Napier extant  
Lord Reay 1628 Mackay extant  
Lord Dalzell 1628 Dalzell dormant 1941 Subsidiary title of the Earl of Carnwath (1639); attainted 1716-1826
Lord Cramond 1628 Richardson extinct 1735
Lord Abernethy and Jedburgh Forest 1633 Douglas extant Subsidiary title of the Marquess of Douglas.
Lord Bruce of Kinloss 1633 Bruce extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Elgin.
Lord Crichton of Cumnock 1633 Crichton-Stuart extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Dumfries. Held by the Marquess of Bute.
Lord Forbes of Pitsligo 1633 Forbes attainted 1745  
Lord Forrester 1633 Forrester, Grimston extant Held by the Earl of Verulam.
Lord Tarrinzean and Mauchline 1633 Campbell extant associated with the Earl of Loudoun.
Lord Ogilvy of Alith and Lintrathen[8] 2 April 1639 Ogilvy extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Airlie (1639); attainted 1717–1826
Lord Ruthven 1639 Ruthven extinct 1651  
Lord Elibank 1643 Erskine-Murray extant  
Lord Daer and Shortcleuch 1646 Douglas extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Selkirk
Lord Abercrombie[9] 12 December 1647 Sandilands extinct 1681  
Lord Belhaven and Stenton 1647 Hamilton extant  
Lord Bruce of Torry 1647 Bruce extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Kincardine.
Lord Duffus 1650 Sutherland, Dunbar extinct 1875  
Lord Rollo 1651 Rollo extant created Baron Dunning in 1869.
Lord Ruthven of Freeland 1651 Hore-Ruthven extant Held by the Earl of Carlisle.
Lord Gordon of Strathaven and Glenlivet[10] 10 September 1660 Gordon extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Aboyne; merged with Marquess of Huntly in 1836
Lord Bellenden 1661 Bellenden dormant 1805 also Duke of Roxburghe from 1804 to 1805
Lord Douglas of Ettrick 1675 Douglas extinct 1749 subsidiary title of the Earl of Dumbarton.
Lord St Clair 1677 Campbell extinct 1995 Subsidiary title of the Earl of Caithness. Earldom of Caithness resigned 1681. Created Earl of Breadalbane and Holland in 1681. Created Marquess of Breadalbane in 1831 (extinct 1862). Created Marquess of Breadalbane in 1885 (extinct 1922).
Lord Glenurchy, Benederaloch, Ormelie and Weick 1681 Campbell extinct 1995 Subsidiary title of the Earl of Breadalbane and Holland.
Lord Graham of Esk 1681 Graham extinct 1739 subsidiary title of Viscount Preston
Lord Nairne 1681 Narine, Petty-FitzMaurice extant Held by the Viscount Mersey.
Lord Haddo, Methlic, Tarves, and Kellie[11] 30 November 1682 Gordon extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Aberdeen.
Lord Kinnaird 1682 Kinnaird extinct 1997 created Baron Rossie in 1831 (extinct 1878) and Baron Kinnaird in 1860.
Lord Dudhope 1686 Graham extinct 1688  
Lord Graham of Claverhouse 1688 Graham attainted 1746 Subsidiary title of the Viscount of Dundee
Lord Polwarth 1690 Hepburne-Scott extant  
Lord Dechmont 1696 Hamilton extant Subsidiary title of Earl of Orkney
Lord Hillhouse 1697 Douglas extinct 1810 Subsidiary title of the Earl of Ruglen, also Earl of Selkirk from 1739 to 1744, Earl of March from 1748 and Duke of Queensberry from 1778
Lord Polwarth of Polwarth, Redbraes and Greenlaw 1697 Hume dormant 1794 Subsidiary title of the Earl of Marchmont.

1701–1707[edit]

Title Date of Creation Surname Current Status Notes
Lord Inverary, Mull, Mover and Tiry 1701 Campbell extant Subsidiary title of the Duke of Argyll.
Lord Hope 1703 Hope extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Hopetoun; created Marquess of Linlithgow (1902) in the United Kingdom
Lord Douglas of Bonkill, Prestoun and Robertoun 1703 Douglas extinct 1761 Subsidiary title of the Duke of Douglas
Lord Mount Stuart, Cumbrae and Inchmarnock 1703 Crichton-Stuart extant Subsidiary title of the Earl of Bute. Held by the Marquess of Bute.
Lord Arase 1706 Campbell extinct 1761 Subsidiary title of the Earl of Ilay.
Lord Dunoon 1706 Campbell extinct 1761 Subsidiary title of the Earl of Ilay.
Lord Aberruthven, Mugdock, and Fintrie 1707 Graham extant Subsidiary title of the Duke of Montrose.

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Scots Peerage, vol. VIII, p. 271.
  2. ^ Scots Peerage, vol. I, p. 114.
  3. ^ Scots Peerage, vol. I, p. 39.
  4. ^ Scots Peerage, vol. I, p. 157.
  5. ^ Scots Peerage, vol. I, p. 155.
  6. ^ a b Scots Peerage, vol. I, p. 46.
  7. ^ Scots Peerage, vol. I, p. 100.
  8. ^ Scots Peerage, vol. I, p. 123.
  9. ^ Scots Peerage, vol. I, p. 79.
  10. ^ Scots Peerage, vol. I, p. 102.
  11. ^ Scots Peerage, vol. I, p. 88.

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