List of viscountcies in the peerages of Britain and Ireland

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This article is a list of viscountcies in the peerages of Britain and Ireland, including the England, the Scotland, the Ireland, the Great Britain and the Peerage of the United Kingdom, listed in order of creation, including extant, extinct and abeyant titles. A viscount is the fourth rank in the peerage of the United Kingdom, Great Britain, England, Scotland and Ireland. A relatively late introduction, holders of the title take precedence after earls and before barons.[n 1]

The term "viscount" (vice-comes) was originally a judicial honorific, long used in Anglo-Norman England to refer to a county sheriff. It was only turned into a noble title, with hereditary dignity, in England by Henry VI in 1440, following the similar transformation of that title in France.[2]

The majority of viscountcies are held by peers with higher titles, such as duke, marquess or earl; this can come about for a number of reasons, including the title being created as a subsidiary title at the same time as the higher peerage, the holder being elevated at a later time to a higher peerage or through inheritance when one individual is the heir to two separate titles.[3]

Viscounts were created in the peerages of England and Scotland until the Act of Union 1707, thereafter being created in the peerage of Great Britain. After the Acts of Union 1800 came into effect in 1801, all peerages were created in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. Viscounts in the Peerage of Ireland were created by English and British monarchs in their capacity as Lord or King of Ireland. Irish peers were not initially granted a seat in the House of Lords and so allowed the grantee to sit in the House of Commons. Viscounts of Ireland have precedence below peers of England, Scotland, and Great Britain of the same rank, and above peers of the United Kingdom of the same rank; but Irish peers created after 1801 yield to United Kingdom peers of earlier creation.

A number of Speakers of the House of Commons have been elevated to the peerage as viscounts. Of the nineteen Speakers between 1801 and 1983, eleven were made viscounts, five were made barons, one refused a peerage and two died in office.[n 2] The last such was George Thomas, 1st Viscount Tonypandy upon his retirement in 1983. Since then it has had become more common to grant life peerages to retiring Speakers.

Naming conventions[edit]

In British practice, the title of a viscount may be either a place name, a surname, or a combination thereof: examples include, the Viscount Falmouth, the Viscount Hardinge and the Viscount Colville of Culross, respectively. An exception exists for Viscounts in the peerage of Scotland, who were traditionally styled "The Viscount of [X]", such as the Viscount of Arbuthnott. In practice, however, very few maintain this style, instead using the more common version "The Viscount [X]" in general parlance.

Courtesy viscountcies[edit]

Many extant viscountcies are used as courtesy titles; a specifically British custom is the heir apparent of an earl or marquess being referred to as a viscount, if the second most senior title held by the head of the family is a viscount. For example, the eldest son of the Earl Howe is Viscount Curzon, because this is the second most senior title held by the Earl.[4] However, the son of a marquess or an earl can be referred to as a viscount when the title of viscount is not the second most senior if those above it share their name with the substantive title. For example, the second most senior title of the Marquess of Salisbury is the Earl of Salisbury, so his heir uses the lower title of Viscount Cranborne, to avoid any possible confusion caused by them both being referred to as Lord Salisbury. Sometimes the son of a peer can be referred to as a viscount even when he could use a more senior courtesy title which differs in name from the substantive title. Family tradition plays a role in this. For example, the eldest son of the Marquess of Londonderry is Viscount Castlereagh, even though the Marquess is also the Earl Vane.[5][6]

Viscountcies[edit]

Viscountcies in the Peerage of England, 1446–1707[edit]

  Extant viscountcies
  Abeyant viscountcies
Title Date of creation Surname Current status Notes
Viscount Beaumont[7] 12 February 1432 Beaumont extinct 1507 also Baron Beaumont
Viscount Bourchier[8] 14 December 1446 Bourchier extinct 1540 created Earl of Essex in 1461
Viscount Lisle 30 October 1451 Talbot extinct 1470
Viscount Berkeley[9] 21 April 1481 de Berkeley extinct 1492 created Earl of Nottingham in 1483 and Marquess of Berkeley in 1489
Viscount Lisle[10] 28 June 1483 Grey extinct 1504
Viscount Lovell[11] 1483 Lovell extinct 1487 also Baron Lovell and Baron Holand
Viscount Welles[11] 1487 Welles extinct 1499  
Viscount Lisle[12] 15 May 1513 Brandon surrendered 1523 created Duke of Suffolk in 1523
Viscount Lisle[13] 25 April 1523 Plantagenet extinct 1542
Viscount Rochford[14] 1525 Boleyn extinct 1539 created Earl of Ormonde in 1527 and Earl of Wiltshire in 1529
Viscount FitzWalter[15] 18 June 1525 Radclyffe extinct 1643 created Earl of Sussex in 1529
Viscount Beauchamp[16] 5 June 1536 Seymour forfeit 1551 created Earl of Hertford in 1537 and Duke of Somerset in 1546
Viscount Lisle 12 March 1543 Dudley forfeit 1553 created Earl of Warwick in 1547 and Duke of Northumberland in 1551
Viscount Hereford[17] 2 February 1550 Devereux extant created Earl of Essex in 1572 (earldom extinct 1646)
Viscount Montagu[18] 1554 Browne extinct 1797  
Viscount Howard of Bindon[19] 13 January 1558 Howard extinct 1610
Viscount Cranborne[20] 20 August 1604 Cecil extant created Earl of Salisbury in 1605 and Marquess of Salisbury in 1789
Viscount L'Isle 4 May 1605 Sydney extinct 1743 created Earl of Leicester in 1618
Viscount Rochester[21] 1611 Carr extinct 1645 created Earl of Somerset in 1613
Viscount Brackley[22] 7 November 1616 Egerton extinct 1829 created Earl of Bridgewater in 1617 and Duke of Bridgewater in 1720 (dukedom extinct in 1803)
Viscount Wallingford[23] 1616 Knollys extinct 1632 created Earl of Banbury in 1626
Viscount Villiers[24] 27 August 1616 Villiers extinct 1687 created Earl of Buckingham in 1617, Marquess of Buckingham in 1618 and Duke of Buckingham in 1623
Viscount Doncaster[25] 5 July 1618 Hay extinct 1660 created Earl of Carlisle in 1622
Viscount Purbeck[13] 19 July 1619 Villiers extinct 1657  
Viscount Mandeville[26] 1620 Montagu extant created Earl of Manchester in 1626 and Duke of Manchester in 1719
Viscount Feilding[27] 30 December 1620 Feilding extant created Earl of Desmond in 1622; also Earl of Denbigh from 1675
Viscount Mansfield[28] 3 November 1620 Cavendish extinct 1691 created Earl of Newcastle in 1628, Marquess of Newcastle in 1643 and Duke of Newcastle in 1665
Viscount Colchester[29] 5 July 1621 Darcy extinct 1735 created Earl Rivers in 1626
Viscount St Alban[30] 1621 Bacon extinct 1626 also Baron Verulam
Viscount Thame[31] 1621 Bertie extinct 1624 subsidiary title of the Earl of Berkshire
Viscount Rochford[32] 6 July 1621 Carey extinct 1677 created Earl of Dover in 1628
Viscount Andover 23 January 1622 Howard extant created Earl of Berkshire in 1626; also Earl of Suffolk from 1745
Viscountess Maidstone[33] 1623 Finch extant created Countess of Winchilsea in 1628; also Earl of Nottingham from 1729
Viscount Saye and Sele 1624 Fiennes extinct 1781 created for William Fiennes, 8th Baron Saye and Sele
Viscount Tunbridge[34] 3 April 1624 Bourke extinct 1657 subsidiary title of Earl of Clanricarde; created Earl of St Albans in 1628 and Marquess of Clanricarde in 1646
Viscount Wimbledon[35] 9 November 1625 Cecil extinct 1638 also Baron Cecil of Putney
Viscount Savage[36] 1626 Savage extinct 1737 succeeded as Earl Rivers in 1640
Viscount Conway[37] 26 June 1627 Conway extinct 1683 also Viscount Killultagh; created Earl of Conway in 1679
Viscount Newark[38] 1627 Pierrepont extinct 1773 subsidiary title of the Earl of Kingston-upon-Hull; created Marquess of Dorchester in 1706 and Duke of Kingston-upon-Hull in 1715
Viscount Wentworth[39] 13 December 1628 Wentworth extinct 1695 created Earl of Strafford in 1640
Viscount Ascott[40] 2 August 1628 Dormer extinct 1709 subsidiary title of the Earl of Carnarvon
Viscount Bayning[35] 1628 Bayning extinct 1638  
Viscount Campden[41] 5 May 1628 Hicks extinct 1798 created Earl of Gainsborough in 1682
Viscount Dorchester[35] 25 July 1628 Carleton extinct 1632  
Viscount Galway[42] 1628 Bourke extinct 1657 subsidiary title of the Earl of St Albans and Earl of Clanricarde; created Marquess of Clanricarde in 1646
Viscount Savile 11 June 1628 Savile extinct 1671 created Earl of Sussex in 1644
Viscount Stafford[43] 1640 Howard attainted 1680
Viscount Fauconberg[44] 31 January 1643 Belasyse extinct 1815 also Baron Fauconberg.
Viscount Mordaunt[45] 1659 Mordaunt extinct 1814 succeeded as Earl of Peterborough in 1697
Viscount Hinchingbrooke 12 July 1660 Montagu extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Sandwich
Viscount Malden[46] 20 April 1661 Capel extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Essex
Viscount Howard of Morpeth 30 January 1661 Howard extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Carlisle
Viscount Cornbury[47] 20 April 1661 Hyde extinct 1753 subsidiary title of the Earl of Clarendon
Viscount Granville[47] 20 April 1661 Granville extinct 1711 subsidiary title of the Earl of Bath
Viscount Craven[48] 1663 Craven extinct 1697 subsidiary title of the Earl of Craven
Viscount Bruce[49] 18 March 1664 Bruce extinct 1747 subsidiary title of the Earl of Ailesbury; also Earl of Elgin
Viscount Halifax[50] 13 January 1668 Saville extinct 1700 created Earl of Halifax in 1679 and Marquess of Halifax in 1682
Viscount Thetford[51] 22 April 1672 Bennet, Fitzroy abeyant 1936[n 3] subsidiary title of the Earl of Arlington; also Duke of Grafton from 1723 to 1936
Viscount Ipswich[54] 16 August 1672 FitzRoy extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Euston; created Duke of Grafton in 1675
Viscount Latimer[55] 15 August 1673 Osborne extinct 1964 created Earl of Danby in 1674, Marquess of Carmarthen in 1689 and Duke of Leeds in 1694
Viscount Yarmouth[56] 1673 Paston extinct 1732 created Earl of Yarmouth in 1679
Viscountess Bayning[55] 17 March 1674 Murray extinct 1678 life peerage
Viscount Quarendon[57] 5 June 1674 Lee extinct 1776 subsidiary title of the Earl of Lichfield
Viscount Falmouth 1 October 1674 FitzRoy extinct 1716 subsidiary title of the Earl of Northumberland; created Duke of Northumberland in 1683
Viscount Totnes 1675 FitzCharles extinct 1680 subsidiary title of the Earl of Plymouth
Viscount Newport 11 March 1675 Newport extinct 1762 created Earl of Bradford in 1694
Viscount Sondes[58] 8 April 1676 Sondes extinct 1709 subsidiary title of the Earl of Feversham
Viscount Dursley[59] 11 September 1679 Berkeley extinct 1942 subsidiary title of the Earl of Berkeley
Viscount Bodmin[60] 23 July 1679 Robartes extinct 1757 subsidiary title of the Earl of Radnor
Viscount Brandon[61] 23 July 1679 Gerard extinct 1702 subsidiary title of the Earl of Macclesfield
Viscountess Corbet[62] 23 October 1679 Corbet extinct 1682 life peerage
Viscount Townshend 1682 Townshend extant created Marquess Townshend in Great Britain in 1787
Viscount Weymouth[63] 1682 Thynne extant created Marquess of Bath in 1789
Viscount Hyde[64] 29 November 1682 Hyde extinct 1753 subsidiary title of the Earl of Rochester
Viscount Hatton[65] 11 December 1683 Hatton extinct 1762  
Viscount Montgomery[66] 24 March 1687 Herbert extinct 1748 subsidiary title of the Marquess of Powis
Viscount Radclyffe and Langley[67] 1688 Radclyffe forfeit 1716 subsidiary title of Earl of Derwentwater
Viscount Monthermer[68] 9 April 1689 Montagu extinct 1749 subsidiary title of the Earl of Montagu; created Duke of Montagu in 1705
Viscount Woodstock 1689 Bentinck extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Portland; created Duke of Portland in 1716 (dukedom extinct in 1990)
Viscount Lumley 10 April 1689 Lumley extant created Earl of Scarbrough in 1690
Viscount Sydney[69] 9 April 1689 Sydney extinct 1704 created Earl of Romney in 1694
Viscount de Longueville[70] 21 April 1690 Yelverton extinct 1799 created Earl of Sussex in 1717
Viscount Villiers 1691 Villiers extant created Earl of Jersey in 1697
Viscount Glendale[71] 11 June 1695 Grey extinct 1701 subsidiary title of the Earl of Tankerville
Viscount Tunbridge 1695 Nassau de Zuluystein extinct 1830 subsidiary title of the Earl of Rochford
Viscount Lonsdale[72] 28 May 1696 Lowther extinct 1751
Viscount Bury[73] 10 February 1697 Keppel extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Albemarle
Viscount Deerhurst[74] 26 April 1697 Coventry extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Coventry
Viscount Barfleur[75] 7 May 1697 Russell extinct 1727 subsidiary title of the Earl of Orford
Viscount Boston 1698 de Nassau d'Auverquerque extinct 1754 subsidiary title of the Earl of Grantham
Viscount Goderich 14 November 1706 Grey extinct 1740 subsidiary title of the Marquess of Kent; created Duke of Kent in 1710
Viscount Hinton 24 December 1706 Poulett extinct 1973 subsidiary title of the Earl Poulett
Viscount Rialton[76] 26 December 1706 Godolphin extinct 1766 subsidiary title of the Earl of Godolphin
Viscount Malpas[77] 29 December 1706 Cholmondeley extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Cholmondeley; created Marquess of Cholmondeley in 1815
Viscount Winchendon 1706 Wharton extinct 1731 subsidiary title of the Earl of Wharton; created Marquess of Catherlough, Marquess of Wharton and Marquess of Malmesbury in 1715 and Duke of Wharton in 1718
Viscount Northallerton[78] 1706 merged in the crown 1727 subsidiary of the Duke of Cambridge, later Prince of Wales and King

Viscountcies in the Peerage of Scotland, 1606–1707[edit]

  Still extant
Title Date of creation Surname Current status Notes
Viscount of Fentoun[79] 1606 Erskine extant created Earl of Kellie in 1619
Viscount of Haddington[80] 1606 Ramsay extinct 1626 created Earl of Holdernesse in 1621
Viscount of Lauderdale[81] 1616 Maitland extant created Earl of Lauderdale in 1624
Viscount of Falkland[82] 14 November 1620 Cary extant  
Viscount of Dunbar 14 November 1620 Constable dormant 1718  
Viscount of Stormont[83] 16 August 1621 Murray extant succeeded as Earl of Mansfield in 1793 and inherited the senior earldom of Mansfield in 1843
Viscount of Air 2 February 1622 Crichton-Stuart extant created Earl of Dumfries in 1633; also Earl of Stair from 1758 to 1769; also Marquess of Bute from 1803
Viscount of Annand c. 1622 Murray extinct 1658 created Earl of Annandale in 1625
Viscount of Maitland 1624 Maitland extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Lauderdale
Viscount of Dupplin[84] 4 May 1627 Hay extant created Earl of Kinnoull in 1633
Viscount of Melgum[85] 1627 Gordon extinct 1630
Viscount of Drumlanrig[86] 1628 Douglas extant created Earl of Queensberry in 1628, created Marquess of Queensberry in 1682, created Duke of Queensberry, Marquess of Dumfriesshire, Earl of Drumlanrig and Sanquhar and Viscount of Nith, Thortorwald and Ross in 1684 (titles separated in 1810)
Viscount of Stirling 4 September 1630 Alexander dormant 1739 created Earl of Stirling in 1633
Viscount of Aboyne 20 April 1632 Gordon extinct 1649 also Marquess of Huntly from 1636
Viscount of Canada 14 June 1633 Alexander dormant 1739 subsidiary title of the Earl of Stirling
Viscount of Air 12 June 1633 Crichton extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Dumfries; already Viscount of Air from 1622
Viscount of Belhaven 24 June 1633 Douglas extinct 1639  
Viscount of Kenmure[83] 1633 Gordon extinct 1847  
Viscount of Drumlanrig 13 June 1633 Douglas extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Queensberry; created Marquess of Queensberry in 1682 and Duke of Queensberry in 1684
Viscount of Arbuthnott[87] 16 November 1641 Arbuthnott extant  
Viscount of Dudhope 1641 Scrimgeour extant created Earl of Dundee in 1660
Viscount of Frendraught 29 August 1642 Crichton forfeit 1690
Viscount of Newburgh 13 September 1647 Levingston extant created Earl of Newburgh in 1660
Viscount of Oxfuird 1651 Makgill extant dormant 1706-1977
Viscount of Kingston 6 February 1651 Seton forfeit 1715  
Viscount of Kynnaird 1660 Livingston extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Newburgh
Viscount of Irvine 23 May 1661 Ingram extinct 1778  
Viscount of Annand 13 February 1661 Johnstone dormant 1792 subsidiary title of the Earl of Annandale and Hartfell; became Marquess of Annandale, Earl of Hartfell, and Viscount of Annand in 1701
Viscount of Dudhope 1661 Scrimgeour extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Dundee
Viscount of Kilsyth 17 August 1661 Livingston forfeit 1716
Viscount of Breadalbane 28 June 1677 Campbell resigned 1681 subsidiary title of the Earl of Caithness
Viscount of Osborne 2 February 1673 Osborne extinct 1964 created Earl of Danby in 1674, Marquess Carmarthen in 1689 and Duke of Leeds in 1694
Viscount of Dunblane 1675 Osborne extinct 1964 also Earl of Danby and Viscount Latimer in England and Viscount of Osborne, created Marquess Carmarthen in England in 1689 and Duke of Leeds in England in 1694
Viscount of Balquhidder 17 February 1676 Murray extant subsidiary title of the Marquess of Atholl; created Duke of Atholl in 1703
Viscount of Tay and Paintland 1677 Campbell extinct 1995 subsidiary title Earl of Breadalbane and Holland; created Marquess of Breadalbane and Earl of Ormelie in the United Kingdom in 1831 (marquessate and Ormelie earldom extinct 1862)
Viscount of Lyon 1677 Lyon extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne, created Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne in the United Kingdom in 1937
Viscount of Lugtoun 29 May 1680 Leslie extinct 1681 subsidiary title of the Duke of Rothes
Viscount Preston 21 May 1681 Graham extinct 1739
Viscount Newhaven 17 May 1681 Cheyne extinct 1728
Viscount of Formartine 30 November 1682 Gordon extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Aberdeen; created Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair in 1916
Viscount of Nith, Torthorwald and Ross 11 February 1682 Douglas extant subsidiary title of the Marquess of Queensberry; created Duke of Queensberry in 1684
Viscount of Nith, Torthorwald and Ross 1684 Douglas extant subsidiary title of the Duke of Queensberry
Viscount of Inverness[88] 3 November 1684 Gordon extinct 1836 subsidiary title of the Duke of Gordon
Viscount of Melfort 14 April 1685 Drummond dormant 1902 created Earl of Melfort in 1686; titles forfeited from 1715 to 1853
Viscount of Teviot 20 October 1685 Spencer extinct 1694
Viscount of Tarbat 15 April 1685 Mackenzie forfeit 1746 created Earl of Cromartie in 1703
Viscount of Forth 1686 Drummond dormant 1902 subsidiary title of the Earl of Melfort; forfeit from 1715 to 1853 and dormant 1902
Viscount of Fincastle[89] 19 August 1686 Murray extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Dunmore
Viscount of Strathallan[90] 16 August 1686 Drummond extant also Earl of Perth from 1902
Viscount of Dundee 12 November 1688 Graham forfeit 1690  
Viscount of Kirkcaldie 8 April 1690 Melville extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Melville; also Earl of Leven from 1707
Viscount of Stair[91] 21 April 1690 Dalrymple extant created Earl of Stair in 1703; also Earl of Dumfries from 1758 to 1769
Viscount of Walden 17 December 1694 Hay extant subsidiary title of the Marquess of Tweeddale
Viscount of Kirkwall[92] 3 January 1696 Hamilton extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Orkney
Viscount of Teviot 4 December 1696 Livingston extinct 1711
Viscount of Glenalmond 27 July 1696 Murray extinct 1724 life peerage - subsidiary title to the Earl of Tullibardine; also Marquess of Atholl from 1703; created Duke of Atholl in 1703
Viscount of Riccartoun[92] 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
Viscount of Peebles[93] 1697 Douglas extant subsidiary title of the Earl of March; also Earl of Ruglen from 1748 to 1810, Duke of Queensberry from 1778 to 1810 and Earl of Wemyss from 1810
Viscount of Blasonberrie 1697 Hume dormant 1794 subsidiary title of the Earl of Marchmont
Viscount of Seafield[94] 1698 Ogilvy extant created Earl of Seafield in 1871
Viscount of Rosebery 1700 Primrose extant created Earl of Rosebery in 1703 and created Earl of Midlothian in 1911
Viscount Lochow and Glenyla 23 June 1701 Campbell extant subsidiary title of the Duke of Argyll
Viscount of Briene 23 June 1701 Kerr extant subsidiary title of the Marquess of Lothian
Viscount of Reidhaven 1701 Ogilvie extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Seafield; also Earl of Findlater from 1711 to 1811
Viscount of Annand 24 June 1701 Johnston dormant 1792 subsidiary title of the Marquess of Annandale
Viscount of Inglisberry and Nemphlar 25 July 1701 Carmichael dormant 1817 subsidiary title of the Earl of Hyndford
Viscount of Dalrymple 1703 Dalrymple extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Stair, also Viscount of Stair
Viscount of Inverkeithing 1703 Primrose extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Rosebery; created Earl of Midlothian in 1911
Viscount of Kelburn[95] 12 April 1703 Boyle extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Glasgow
Viscount of Kingarth 14 April 1703 Crichton-Stuart extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Bute; created Marquess of Bute, in 1796; also Earl of Dumfries from 1803
Viscount of Jedburgh Forest 10 April 1703 Douglas extinct 1761 subsidiary title of the Duke of Douglas
Viscount of Aithrie[96] 15 April 1703 Hope extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Hopetoun, created Marquess of Linlithgow in the United Kingdom in 1902
Viscount of Balquhidder, Glenalmond and Glenlyon 1703 Murray extant subsidiary title of the Duke of Atholl, created Marquess of Tullibardine and Earl of Strathtay and Strathardle at the same time, also Marquess of Atholl, Earl of Atholl, Earl of Tullibardine and Viscount of Balquhidder
Viscount of Garnock 10 April 1703 Lindsay-Crawford extant succeeded as Earl of Lindsay in 1749
Viscount of Primrose[97] 1703 Primrose extinct 1741
Viscount of Tarbat 1 January 1703 Mackenzie forfeit 1746 subsidiary title of the Earl of Cromartie
Viscount of Milsington 13 April 1703 Colyear extinct 1835 subsidiary title of the Earl of Portmore
Viscount of Hermitage 1706 Scott extinct 1807 subsidiary title of Earl of Deloraine
Viscount of Ilay 19 October 1706 Campbell extinct 1761 subsidiary title of the Earl of Ilay; succeeded as Duke of Argyll in 1743
Viscount of Dundaff[98] 24 April 1707 Graham extant subsidiary title of the Duke of Montrose
Viscount of Tiberris 1707 Douglas extinct 1778 subsidiary title of Earl of Solway; succeeded as Duke of Queensberry in 1711 and as Marquess of Queensberry in 1715
Viscount of Broxmouth[99] 25 April 1707 Ker extant subsidiary title of the Duke of Roxburghe

Viscountcies in the Peerage of Great Britain, 1707–1801[edit]

  Extant viscountcies
Title Date of creation Surname Current status Notes
Viscount Tamworth[100] 3 September 1711 Shirley extant subsidiary title of the Earl Ferrers
Viscount Lewisham[101] 5 September 1711 Legge extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Dartmouth
Viscount Wentworth[102] 29 June 1711 Wentworth extinct 1799 subsidiary title of the Earl of Strafford
Viscount Bolingbroke[16] 7 July 1712 St John extant also Viscount St John from 1751
Viscount Wilton 19 October 1714 Brydges dormant 1789 subsidiary title of the Earl of Carnarvon; created Duke of Chandos in 1789
Viscount Sunbury[103] 19 October 1714 Montagu extinct 1715 subsidiary title of the Earl of Halifax
Viscount Tadcaster[104] 1714 O'Brien forfeit 1741 subsidiary title of the Earl of Thomond
Viscount Sondes 1714 Watson extinct 1746 subsidiary title of the Earl of Rockingham
Viscount Haughton 19 October 1714 Pelham-Holles extinct 1768 subsidiary title of the Earl of Clare; created Duke of Newcastle in 1715
Viscountess Carteret[105] 1 January 1715 Carteret extinct 1776 subsidiary title of the Countess Granville
Viscount Sunbury 14 June 1715 Montagu extinct 1771 subsidiary title of the Earl of Halifax
Viscount St John 1716 St John extant also Viscount Bolingbroke from 1751
Viscount Stanhope[106] 3 July 1717 Stanhope extant created Earl Stanhope in 1718 (earldom extinct 1967); also Earl of Harrington from 1967
Viscountess Coningsby[107] 26 January 1717 Newton extinct 1761 succeeded as Countess Coningsby in 1729
Viscount Cobham 23 May 1718 Temple extant created Earl Temple[disambiguation needed] in 1749, Marquess of Buckingham in 1784 and Duke of Buckingham and Chandos in 1822 (dukedom extinct 1889), and Earl Temple of Stowe in 1822
Viscount Caversham[108] 8 May 1718 Cadogan extinct 1726 subsidiary title of the Earl Cadogan
Viscount Fordwich 18 March 1718 Cowper extinct 1905 subsidiary title of the Earl Cowper
Viscount Sherard 31 October 1718 Sherard extinct 1859 created Earl of Harborough in 1719
Viscount Falmouth[109] 9 June 1720 Boscawen extant created Earl of Falmouth in 1821 (earldom extinct 1852)
Viscount Lymington 1720 Wallop extant created Earl of Portsmouth in 1753
Viscount Torrington 21 September 1721 Byng extant  
Viscount Parker 15 November 1721 Parker extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Macclesfield
Viscount Harcourt[110] 11 September 1721 Harcourt extinct 1830 created Earl Harcourt in 1749
Viscount Launceston[111] 1726 merged in the crown 1760 subsidiary title of the Duke of Edinburgh, belonging to two Princes of Wales
Viscount Trematon[111] 1726 extinct 1765 subsidiary title of the Duke of Cumberland
Viscount Chewton[112] 13 September 1729 Waldegrave extant subsidiary title of the Earl Waldegrave
Viscount Pevensey[113] 1730 Compton extinct 1742 subsidiary title of the Earl of Wilmington
Viscount St Asaph[113] 14 May 1730 Ashburnham extinct 1924 subsidiary title of the Earl of Ashburnham
Viscount Harwich[113] 14 May 1730 Mildmay extinct 1756 subsidiary title of the Earl FitzWalter
Viscount Higham[114] 19 November 1733 Watson-Wentworth extinct 1782 subsidiary title of Earl of Malton; created Marquess of Rockingham in 1746
Viscount Petersham[115] 9 February 1742 Stanhope extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Harrington
Viscount Walpole[116] 1742 Walpole extinct 1797 subsidiary title of Earl of Orford
Viscount Pulteney[117] 14 July 1742 Pulteney extinct 1764 subsidiary title of the Earl of Bath
Viscount Coke[118] 9 May 1744 Coke extinct 1759 subsidiary title of the Earl of Leicester
Viscount Trentham[119] 8 July 1746 Leveson-Gower extant subsidiary title of the Earl Gower; created Marquess of Stafford in 1786 and Duke of Sutherland in 1833; also Earl of Ellesmere from 1963
Viscount Milton[120] 6 September 1746 Wentworth-FitzWilliam extinct 1979 subsidiary title of the Earl FitzWilliam
Viscount Leinster[121] 1747 FitzGerald extant also Earl of Kildare; created Marquess of Kildare in 1761 and Duke of Leinster in 1766
Viscount Folkestone 1747 de Bouverie extant created Earl of Radnor in 1765
Viscount Ludlow[122] 27 May 1748 Herbert extinct 1801 subsidiary title of the Earl of Powis
Viscount Nuneham[123] 1 December 1749 Harcourt extinct 1830 subsidiary title of the Earl Harcourt
Viscount Beauchamp[124] 3 August 1750 Seymour extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Hertford; created Marquess of Hertford in 1793
Viscount Brome[125] 30 June 1753 Cornwallis extinct 1852 subsidiary title of the Earl Cornwallis; also Marquess Cornwallis from 1792 to 1823
Viscount Royston[126] 2 April 1754 Yorke extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Hardwicke
Viscount Barnard[126] 3 April 1754 Vane extinct 1891 subsidiary title of the Earl of Darlington; created Marquess of Cleveland in 1827 and Duke of Cleveland in 1833
Viscount Cantelupe[127] 18 March 1761 West extant subsidiary title of the Earl De La Warr
Viscount Spencer[128] 3 April 1761 Spencer extant created Earl Spencer in 1765
Viscount Courtenay[129] 6 May 1762 Courtenay extinct subsidiary title of the Earl of Devon
Viscount Wentworth 1762 Noel extinct 1815
Viscount Dudley and Ward[130] 21 April 1763 Ward extinct 1833 created Earl of Dudley in 1827
Viscount Althorp[131] 1 November 1765 Spencer extant subsidiary title of the Earl Spencer
Viscount Maynard 28 October 1766 Maynard extinct 1865  
Viscount Pitt 4 August 1766 Pitt extinct 1835 subsidiary title of the Earl of Chatham
Viscount Fairford[132] 28 August 1772 Hill extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Hillsborough; created Marquess of Downshire in 1789
Viscount Hampden[133] 14 June 1776 Hampden-Trevor extinct 1824
Viscount Mount Edgcumbe and Valletort[134] 1781 Edgcumbe extant Created Earl of Mount Edgcumbe in 1789
Viscount Sackville[135] 11 February 1782 Sackville extinct 1843 succeeded as Duke of Dorset in 1815
Viscount Howe[136] 20 April 1782 Howe extinct 1799 created Earl Howe in 1788
Viscount Keppel[137] 22 April 1782 Keppel extinct 1786  
Viscount Lonsdale[138] 24 May 1784 Lowther extinct 1802 subsidiary title of the Earl of Lonsdale
Viscount Lowther[138][139] 24 May 1784 Lowther extinct 1802 subsidiary title of the Earl of Lonsdale
Viscount Nevill[138] 17 May 1784 Nevill extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Abergavenny; created Marquess of Abergavenny in 1876
Viscount Ingestre[140] 1784 Chetwynd-Talbot extant subsidiary title of the Earl Talbot; also Earl of Shrewsbury and Earl of Waterford from 1849
Viscount Belgrave[140] 5 July 1784 Grosvenor extant subsidiary title of the Earl Grosvenor; created Marquess of Westminster in 1831 and Duke of Westminster in 1874
Viscount Calne and Calstone[141] 1784 Petty-Fitzmaurice extant subsidiary title of the Marquess of Lansdowne; also Earl of Kerry from 1818
Viscount Bayham[142] 13 May 1786 Pratt extant subsidiary title of the Earl Camden; created Marquess Camden in 1812
Viscount Hamilton[143] 24 August 1786 Hamilton extant also Earl of Abercorn; created Marquess of Abercorn in 1790 and Duke of Abercorn in 1868
Viscount Ebrington[144] 1 September 1789 Fortescue extant subsidiary title of the Earl Fortescue
Viscount Sydney 11 June 1789 Townshend extinct 1890 created Earl Sydney in 1874
Viscount Coleshill[145] 1 November 1790 Digby extinct 1856 subsidiary title of the Earl Digby
Viscount Milton[146] 18 May 1792 Damer extinct 1808 subsidiary title of the Earl of Dorchester
Viscount Mountjoy[147] 19 March 1796 Crichton-Stuart extant subsidiary title of the Marquess of Bute; also Earl of Dumfries from 1803
Viscount Hood[148] 1 June 1796 Hood extant  
Viscount Newark 23 July 1796 Pierrepont extinct 1955 created Earl Manvers in 1806
Viscount Lowther[139] 26 October 1797 Lowther extant also Earl of Lonsdale until 1802; created Earl of Lonsdale in 1807
Viscount Duncan[149] 30 October 1797 Haldane-Duncan extinct 1933 created Earl of Camperdown in 1831
Viscount Chelsea[150] 27 December 1800 Cadogan extant subsidiary title of the Earl Cadogan
Viscount Fitz-Harris[150] 1800 Harris extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Malmesbury
Viscount Bridport[151] 16 June 1800 Hood extinct 1814  

Viscountcies in the Peerage of Ireland, c.1406–1816[edit]

  Still extant
Title Date of creation Surname Current status Notes
Viscount Buttevant[n 4] c. 1406 Barry extinct 1823 created Earl of Barrymore in 1628
Viscount Gormanston[153] 1478 Preston extant forfeit 1691 to 1800
Viscount Grane[154] 2 January 1536 Grey forfeit 1541
Viscount Thurles[155] 2 January 1536 Butler dormant 1997 succeeded as Earl of Ossory and Earl of Ormonde in 1539
Viscount Kilmaule[156] 1537 FitzMaurice extinct 1541
Viscount Baltinglass 29 June 1541 Eustace extinct 1585  
Viscount Clontarf 5 November 1541 Rawson extinct 1560  
Viscount Mountgarret[157] 1550 Butler extant  
Viscount Decies[158] 31 January 1569 FitzGerald extinct 1572  
Viscount Butler of Tulleophelim[159] 4 August 1603 Butler extinct 1613  
Viscount Ranelagh[160] 1611 Jones extinct 1885 created Earl of Ranelagh in 1677 (earldom extinct 1711)
Viscount Powerscourt[159][161] 19 February 1618 Wingfield extinct 1634  
Viscount Dunluce[159] 28 May 1618 MacDonnell extinct 1791 subsidiary title of the Earl of Antrim; created Marquess of Antrim in 1789
Viscount Dungarvan[159] 26 October 1620 Boyle extant subsidiary of the Earl of Cork
Viscount Grandison[159] 3 January 1621 St John, Villiers extant created Earl Grandison in 1721 (earldom extinct 1766); also Earl of Jersey from 1766
Viscount Wilmot[159] 4 January 1621 Wilmot extinct 1681 created Earl of Rochester in 1652
Viscount Valentia[159][162] 1 March 1621 Power extinct 1642  
Viscount Moore[159] 7 February 1622 Moore extant created Earl of Drogheda in 1661 and Marquess of Drogheda in 1791, (marquessate extinct 1892)
Viscount Dillon[159] 16 March 1622 Dillon extant  
Viscount Loftus[159] 10 May 1622 Loftus extinct 1725
Viscount Beaumont of Swords[163] 20 May 1622 Beaumont extinct 1702  
Viscount Netterville[164] 3 April 1622 Netterville extinct 1882  
Viscount Montgomery[159] 3 May 1622 Montgomery extinct 1757  
Viscount Claneboye[85] 4 May 1622 Hamilton extinct 1675 created Earl of Clanbrassil in 1647
Viscount Gallen-Ridgeway 23 August 1622 Ridgeway extinct 1714 subsidiary title of the Earl of Londonderry
Viscount Callan[159] 7 November 1622 Feilding extant succeeded as Earl of Desmond in 1628; also Earl of Denbigh from 1675
Viscount Magennis[159] 18 July 1623 Magennis forfeit 1691
Viscount Lecale[159] 12 November 1624 Cromwell extinct 1687 created Earl of Ardglass in 1645
Viscount Chichester[165] 1 April 1625 Chichester extant created Earl of Donegall in 1647 and Marquess of Donegall in 1791
Viscount Kilmorey[166] 8 April 1625 Needham extant created Earl of Kilmorey in 1822
Viscount Somerset 1626 Somerset extinct 1649  
Viscount Carlingford 26 March 1627 Swift extinct 1634  
Viscount Baltinglass 27 June 1627 Roper extinct 1672  
Viscount Castleton[29] 1627 Saunderson extinct 1723 created Viscount Castleton again in 1716 and Earl Castleton in 1720
Viscount Killultagh 15 March 1627 Conway extinct 1683 created Viscount Conway in 1627 and Earl of Conway in 1679
Viscount Mayo 21 June 1627 Bourke dormant or extinct 1767  
Viscount Sarsfield 1627 Sarsfield forfeit 1691  
Viscount Boyle of Kinalmeaky[167] 28 February 1628 Boyle extant became Earl of Cork in 1643; also Earl of Orrery
Viscount Chaworth 4 March 1628 Chaworth extinct 1693  
Viscount Cholmondeley[168] 2 July 1628 Cholmondeley extinct 1659 created Earl of Leinster in 1645
Viscount Lumley 12 July 1628 Lumley extant created Earl of Scarbrough in 1690
Viscount Taaffe[169] 1 August 1628 Taaffe suspended 1919
extinct 1967
created Earl of Carlingford in 1661 (earldom extinct 1738); suspended under the Titles Deprivation Act 1917[n 5]
Viscount Molyneux 1628 Molyneux extinct 1972 created Earl of Sefton in 1771
Viscount Monson 1628 Monson extinct 1661  
Viscount Muskerry 15 November 1628 Maccarty forfeit 1691 created Earl of Clancarty in 1658
Viscount Strangford[171] 17 July 1628 Smythe extinct 1869
Viscount Scudamore 1 July 1628 Scudamore extinct 1716  
Viscount Wenman 1628 Wenman extinct 1800  
Viscount Ranelagh[172] 1628 Jones extinct 1885  
Viscount Bourke of Clanmories 20 April 1629 Bourke dormant or extinct became Earl of Clanricarde in 1635, exact fate uncertain
Viscount FitzWilliam 5 August 1629 FitzWilliam extinct 1833 created Earl of Tyrconnel in 1661 (earldom extinct in 1667)
Viscount Fairfax of Emley 10 February 1629 Fairfax extinct 1772  
Viscount of Ikerrin[173] 12 May 1629 Butler extant created Earl of Carrick in 1748
Viscount Clanmalier 22 December 1631 O'Dempsey extinct 1691
Viscount Valentia[n 6] 1642 Annesley extant created Earl of Anglesey in 1661 (earldom became extinct 1761)
Viscount Cullen 11 August 1642 Cokayne extinct 1810  
Viscount Carrington[175] 4 November 1643 Smyth extinct 1706  
Viscount Tracy 1643 Tracy extinct 1797  
Viscount Bulkeley 19 January 1644 Bulkeley extinct 1822
Viscount Bellomont 18 July 1645 Bard extinct 1667  
Viscount Ogle 1645 Ogle extinct 1682  
Viscount Brouncker 12 September 1645 Brouncker extinct 1688  
Viscount Ogle 23 December 1645 Ogle extinct 1682
Viscount Barnewall 29 June 1646 Barnewall extinct 1834 dormant from 1800 to 1814
Viscount of Galmoye 16 May 1646 Butler forfeit 1697
Viscount Kilcoursie 1 April 1647 Lambart extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Cavan
Viscount Tara 1650 Preston extinct 1674  
Viscount Massereene 1660 Clotworthy, Skefington extant created Earl of Massereene (earldom extinct 1816); also Viscount Ferrard from 1831
Viscount Coote 1660 Coote extinct 1802 subsidiary title of the Earl of Mountrath
Viscount Shannon 6 September 1660 Boyle extinct 1699
Viscount Fanshawe 5 September 1661 Fanshawe extinct 1716
Viscount Cholmondeley 29 March 1661 Cholmondeley extant created Earl of Cholmondeley in 1706 and Marquess of Cholmondeley in 1815
Viscount Dungannon 28 August 1662 Trevor extinct 1706
Viscount Clare 11 July 1662 O'Brien forfeit 1691  
Viscount of Tullogh 13 May 1662 Butler extinct 1686 subsidiary title of the Earl of Arran
Viscount FitzHardinge 14 July 1663 Berkeley extinct 1712 created Earl of Falmouth in 1664 (earldom extinct 1665)
Viscount Charlemont 8 October 1665 Caulfeild extant created Earl of Charlemont in 1763 (earldom extinct 1892)
Viscount Powerscourt 22 February 1665 Wingfield extinct 1717  
Viscount Blessington 23 August 1673 Boyle extinct 1732  
Viscount Decies 9 October 1673 Power extinct 1704 subsidiary title of the Earl of Tyrone
Viscount Downe 19 July 1675 Ducie extinct 1679  
Viscount Longford 8 November 1675 Aungier extinct 1705 created Earl of Longford in 1677
Viscount of Granard 22 November 1675 Forbes extant created Earl of Granard in 1684
Viscount Clonmore 13 April 1676 Butler extinct 1677 subsidiary title of the Earl of Gowran
Viscount Lanesborough 31 July 1676 Lane extinct 1724  
Viscount Downe 1680 Dawnay extant  
Viscount Rosse 2 July 1681 Parsons extinct 1764 created Earl of Rosse in 1718
Viscount Mountjoy 19 March 1683 Stewart extinct 1769 created Earl of Blessington in 1745
Viscount Lisburne 29 January 1685 Loftus extinct 1689  
Viscount Baltinglass 1685 Talbot forfeit 1691 subsidiary title of the Earl of Tyrconnell
Viscount Dungan 2 January 1686 Dungan extinct 1715 subsidiary title of the Earl of Limerick
Viscount of Galway 2 June 1687 Bourke extinct 1691
Viscount Hewett 9 April 1689 Hewett extinct 1689  
Viscount Galway[176] 25 November 1692 Massue de Ruvigny extinct 1720 created Earl of Galway in 1697
Viscount Tullogh 1693 Butler extinct 1758 subsidiary title of the Earl of Arran
Viscount Lisburne 5 June 1695 Vaughan extant created Earl of Lisburne in 1776
Viscount Windsor[177] 1699 Windsor extinct 1758  
Viscount Howe[178] 16 May 1701 Howe extinct 1814 created Earl Howe in 1788 (earldom extinct 1799)
Viscount Strabane 2 September 1701 Hamilton extant already Earl of Abercorn; created Marquess of Abercorn in 1790 and Duke of Abercorn in 1868
Viscount of Fermanagh[179] 16 June 1703 Verney extinct 1791 created Earl Verney in 1743
Viscount Doneraile 23 June 1703 St Leger extinct 1767
Viscount Mount Cashell 31 January 1706 Davys extinct 1736  
Viscount Castlecomer 1707 Wandesford extinct 1784 created Earl Wandesford in 1758
Viscount Castleton 1716 Saunderson extinct 1723 already Viscount Castleton; created Earl Castleton in 1720
Viscount Molesworth 1716 Molesworth extant  
Viscount Milton 21 July 1716 FitzWilliam extinct 1979 subsidiary title of the Earl FitzWilliam
Viscount Allen 28 August 1717 Allen extinct 1845  
Viscount Chetwynd 29 June 1717 Chetwynd extant  
Viscount Midleton 1717 Brodrick extant created Earl of Midleton in 1920, (earldom extinct1979)
Viscount Boyne 20 August 1717 Hamilton extant
Viscount Hillsborough 21 August 1717 Hill extant created Earl of Hillsborough in 1751 and Marquess of Downshire in 1789
Viscount Tyrconnel 23 June 1718 Brownlow extinct 1754  
Viscount Fane April 1718 Fane extinct 1766  
Viscount Castlemaine 1718 Child extinct 1784 created Earl Tylney in 1731
Viscount Dunkerron 29 April 1719 Petty extinct 1751 subsidiary title of the Earl of Shelburne
Viscount of Limerick 13 May 1719 Hamilton extinct 1798 created Earl of Clanbrassil in 1756
Viscount Grimston 29 November 1719 Grimston extant created Earl of Verulam in 1815
Viscount Barrington[109] 1 July 1720 Barrington extinct 1990
Viscount Gage[109] 14 September 1720 Gage extant  
Viscount Blundell 22 November 1720 Blundell extinct 1756  
Viscount Vane[109] 1720 Vane extinct 1789  
Viscount of Tyrone 1720 Beresford extant created Earl of Tyrone in 1746 and Marquess of Waterford in 1789
Viscount Clanmaurice 1723 Fitzmaurice extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Kerry; also Marquess of Lansdowne from 1818
Viscount Palmerston[180] 16 January 1723 Temple extinct 1865
Viscount Perceval 25 February 1723 Perceval extinct 2011 created Earl of Egmont in 1725
Viscount Duncannon 28 February 1723 Ponsonby extant created Earl of Bessborough in 1739
Viscount Darnley 7 March 1723 Bligh extant created Earl of Darnley in 1725
Viscount Bateman 12 July 1725 Bateman extinct 1802  
Viscount Gallen-Ridgeway 8 October 1726 Pitt extinct 1765 subsidiary title of the Earl of Londonderry
Viscount Micklethwaite[181] 1727 Micklethwaite extinct 1734  
Viscount Galway[182] 1727 Monckton, Monckton-Arundell extant  
Viscount Lanesborough[183] 12 August 1728 Butler extinct 1998 created Earl of Lanesborough in 1756
Viscount Maule[184] 6 April 1743 Maule extinct 1782 subsidiary title of the Earl Panmure
Viscount Powerscourt[185] 4 February 1744 Wingfield extant  
Viscountess Grandison 10 April 1746 Mason, Mason-Villiers extinct 1800 created Countess Grandison in 1767
Viscount Ashbrook[186] 30 September 1751 Flower extant  
Viscount Bellfield[186] 1751 Rochfort extinct 1814 subsidiary title of the Earl of Belvidere
Viscount FitzMaurice[186] 1751 Petty extant created Earl of Shelburne in 1753 and Marquess of Lansdowne in 1784
Viscount Kilwarlin[186] 3 October 1751 Hill extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Hillsborough; created Marquess of Downshire in 1789
Viscount Belfield 5 October 1751 Rochfort extinct 1814 created Earl of Belvedere in 1756
Viscount Jocelyn[187] 6 December 1755 Jocelyn extant created Earl of Roden in 1771
Viscount Boyle of Bandon[188] 20 March 1756 Boyle extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Shannon
Viscount Loftus[189] 19 July 1756 Loftus extinct 1783 created Earl of Ely in 1766 (earldom extinct 1769); created Earl of Ely in 1771
Viscount Conyngham[189] 20 July 1756 Conyngham extinct 1781 created Earl Conyngham in 1781
Viscount Ligonier[190] 31 December 1757 Ligonier extinct 1770 created Earl Ligonier in 1766
Viscount Sudley[191] 15 August 1756 Gore extant created Earl of Arran in 1762
Viscount Macduff[192] 26 April 1759 Duff extinct 1912 subsidiary title of the Earl Fife; created Duke of Fife in 1889 and 1900
Viscount Wellesley[193] 1760 Wesley, Wellesley extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Mornington. Held by the Duke of Wellington.
Viscount Russborough[193] 8 September 1760 Leeson dormant 1891 created Earl of Milltown in 1763
Viscount Farnham[193] 10 September 1760 Maxwell extinct 1779 created Earl of Farnham in 1763
Viscount Preston[193] 3 October 1760 Ludlow extinct 1842 subsidiary title of the Earl Ludlow
Viscount Carlingford[194] 1 May 1761 Carpenter extinct 1853 subsidiary title of the Earl of Tyrconnel
Viscount Mountmorres[195] 1761 Morres, De Montmorency extinct 1951  
Viscount Headfort[196] 12 April 1762 Taylour extant created Earl of Bective in 1766 and Marquess of Headfort in 1800
Viscount Stopford[196] 12 April 1762 Stopford extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Courtown
Viscount Ligonier 20 May 1762 Ligonier extinct 1782 created Earl Ligonier in 1766 (earldom extinct 1770); created Earl Ligonier in 1776
Viscount Barrells[197] 16 May 1763 Knight extinct 1772 subsidiary title of the Earl of Catherlough
Viscount Dungannon[190] 17 February 1766 Hill-Trevor extinct 1862
Viscountess Langford 1766 Rowley extinct 1796
Viscount Turnour 1766 Turnour extant subsidiary title of the Earl Winterton
Viscount Mount Cashell[190] 22 January 1766 Moore extinct 1915 created Earl Mount Cashell in 1781
Viscount Pollington 11 February 1766 Savile extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Mexborough
Viscount Glerawly[190][198] 14 November 1766 Annesley extant created Earl Annesley in 1789
Viscount Kingston[198] 15 November 1766 King, King-Tenison extant created Earl of Kingston in 1768
Viscount Clanwilliam[198] 17 November 1766 Meade extant created Earl of Clanwilliam in 1776
Viscount Fortrose[198] 18 November 1766 Mackenzie extinct 1781 created Earl of Seaforth in 1771
Viscount St Lawrence 3 September 1767 St Lawrence extinct 1909 subsidiary title of the Earl of Howth
Viscount Clare 19 January 1767 Nugent extinct 1788 created Earl Nugent in 1776 (earldom extinct 1889)
Viscount Westport[195] 24 August 1768 Browne extant created Earl of Altamont in 1771 and Marquess of Sligo in 1800
Viscount Belleisle 25 August 1768 Gore extinct 1802 created Earl of Ross in 1772
Viscount Crosbie[199] 30 November 1771 Crosbie extinct 1815 created Earl of Glandore in 1776
Viscount Aldborough[200] 22 July 1776 Stratford extinct 1875 created Earl of Aldborough in 1777
Viscount Carlow[200] 24 July 1776 Dawson extant created Earl of Portarlington in 1785
Viscount Southwell 1776 Southwell extant  
Viscount de Vesci[200] 19 July 1776 Vesey extant  
Viscount Enniskillen[200] 20 July 1776 Cole extant created Earl of Enniskillen in 1789
Viscount Clermont[200] 1776 Fortescue extinct 1829  
Viscount Orwell[200] 1776 Vernon extinct 1783 created Earl of Shipbrook in 1777
Viscount Amiens[201] 9 February 1777 Stratford extinct 1875 subsidiary title of the Earl of Aldborough
Viscount Desart[202] 6 January 1781 Cuffe extinct 1934 created Earl of Desart in 1793
Viscount Farnham[202] 10 January 1781 Maxwell extinct 1823 created Earl of Farnham in 1785
Viscount Clifden[203] 12 January 1781 Agar extinct 1974  
Viscount Melbourne[203] 1781 Lamb extinct 1853
Viscount Lifford[202] 1781 Hewitt extant  
Viscount Bangor[203] 13 January 1781 Ward extant  
Viscount Erne[202] 6 January 1781 Creighton extant created Earl Erne in 1789
Viscount Carhampton[202] 9 January 1781 Luttrell extinct 1829 created Earl of Carhampton in 1785
Viscount Mayo[203] 13 January 1781 Bourke extant created Earl of Mayo in 1785
Viscount Doneraile[204] 22 June 1785 St Leger extant  
Viscount Wicklow[204] 23 June 1785 Howard extinct 1978 created Countess of Wicklow in 1793
Viscount Pery[195] 30 March 1785 Pery extinct 1806
Viscount Cremorne[204] 19 June 1785 Dawson extinct 1813
Viscount Dunluce[204] 19 June 1785 MacDonnell extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Antrim; created Marquess of Antrim in 1789 (marquessate extinct 1791)
Viscount Gosford[204] 20 June 1785 Acheson extant created Earl of Gosford in 1806
Viscount Clonmell[205] 18 August 1789 Scott extinct 1935 created Earl of Clonmell in 1793
Viscount Belmore[190] 6 December 1789 Lowry-Corry extant created Earl Belmore in 1797
Viscount Conyngham[206] 6 December 1789 Conyngham extant created Earl Conyngham in 1797 and Marquess Conyngham in 1816
Viscount Loftus[206] 28 December 1789 Loftus, Tottenham extant created Earl of Ely in 1794 and Marquess of Ely in 1800
Viscount Harberton[207] 5 July 1791 Pomeroy extant  
Viscount Northland[207] 1791 Knox extant created Earl of Ranfurly in 1831
Viscount Macartney 19 July 1792 Macartney extinct 1806 created Earl Macartney in 1794
Viscount Hawarden[208] 10 June 1793 Maude extant created Earl de Montalt in 1886 (earldom extinct in 1905)
Viscount Castle Cuffe[citation needed] 1793 Cuffe extinct 1934 subsidiary title of the Earl of Desart
Viscount Castle Stewart[208] 20 December 1793 Stewart-Moore extant created Earl Castle Stewart in 1800
Viscount Landaff[208] 4 December 1793 Mathew extinct or dormant 1833 created Earl Landaff in 1797
Viscount Leitrim[208] 20 December 1793 Clements extinct 1952 created Earl of Leitrim in 1795
Viscount FitzGibbon[208] 6 December 1793 FitzGibbon extinct 1864 created Earl of Clare in 1795
Viscount Castlereagh[209] 1 October 1795 Stewart extant created Earl of Londonderry in 1796 and Marquess of Londonderry in 1816
Viscount O'Neill[209] 1795 O'Neill extinct 1855  
Viscount Bandon[209] 6 October 1795 Barnard extinct 1979 created Earl of Bandon in 1800
Viscount Oxmantown[209] 6 October 1795 Parsons extinct 1807 created Earl of Rosse in 1806
Viscount Mountjoy[209] 30 September 1795 Gardiner extinct 1829 created Earl of Blessington in 1816
Viscount Caledon[210] 23 November 1797 Alexander extant created Earl of Caledon in 1800
Viscount Carleton[210] 21 November 1797 extinct 1826  
Viscount Mount Charles[210] 5 November 1797 Conyngham extant subsidiary title of the Earl Conyngham; created Marquess Conyngham in 1816
Viscount Donoughmore[210] 20 November 1797 Hely-Hutchinson extant created Earl of Donoughmore in 1800
Viscountess Ferrard[210] 1797 Foster, Skeffington extant also Viscount Massereene from 1831
Viscount of Kenmare[211] 12 February 1798 Browne extinct 1952 created Earl of Kenmare in 1801
Viscount Bernard[212] 6 August 1800 Bernard extinct 1979 subsidiary title of the Earl of Bandon
Viscount Raymond[213] August 1800 O'Neill extinct 1841 subsidiary title of the Earl O'Neill
Viscount Limerick[214] 29 December 1800 Pery extant created Earl of Limerick in 1803
Viscount Avonmore[214] 30 December 1800 Yelverton dormant 1910  
Viscount Charleville[214] 1800 Bury extinct 1875 created Earl of Charleville in 1806
Viscount Bantry[214] 29 December 1800 White extinct 1891 created Earl of Bantry in 1816
Viscount Kilwarden[214] 29 December 1800 Wolfe extinct 1830  
Viscount Longueville[214] 1800 Longfield extinct 1811  
Viscount Somerton[214] 30 December 1800 Agar extant created Earl of Normanton in 1806
Viscount Monck[214] 1801 Monck extant  
Viscount Castlerosse[214] 3 January 1801 Browne extinct 1953 subsidiary title of the Earl of Kenmare
Viscount Dunlo[214] 3 January 1801 Trench extant created Earl of Clancarty in 1803
Viscountess Newcomen[215] 1803 Gleadowe-Newcomen extinct 1825
Viscount Lorton[216] 28 May 1806 King extant succeeded as Earl of Kingston in 1869
Viscount Templetown[217] 1806 Upton extinct 1981  
Viscount Lismore[218] 30 May 1806 O'Callaghan extinct 1898  
Viscount Frankfort de Montmorency[219] 22 January 1816 de Montmorency extinct 1917  
Viscount Gort[219] 22 January 1816 Prendergast-Smyth, Vereker extant created Viscount Gort in the Peerage of the United Kingdom in 1946 (viscountcy extinct 1946)
Viscount Pevensey[219] 1816 Baker-Holroyd extinct 1909 subsidiary title of the Earl of Sheffield
Viscount Ennismore and Listowel[219] 15 January 1816 Hare extant created Earl of Listowel in 1822
Viscount Berehaven[219] 22 January 1816 White extinct 1891 subsidiary title of the Earl of Bantry
Viscount Caher[219] 22 January 1816 Butler extinct 1858 subsidiary title of the Earl of Glengall
Viscount Slane[219] 22 January 1816 Conyngham extant subsidiary title of the Marquess Conyngham
Viscount Mount-Earl[219] 5 February 1816 Quin extinct 2011 created Earl of Dunraven and Mount-Earl in 1822
Viscount Castlemaine[220] 1822 Handcock extinct 1839  
Viscount Newry and Morne[220] 12 January 1822 Needham extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Kilmorey
Viscount Adare[220] 5 February 1822 Quin extinct 2011 subsidiary title of the Earl of Dunraven and Mount-Earl
Viscount Glandine[221] 23 June 1827 Toler extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Norbury
Viscount Guillamore[222] 28 January 1831 O'Grady extinct 1955  

Viscountcies in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, 1801–present[edit]

  Still extant
Title Date of creation Surname Current status Notes
Viscount St Vincent[223] 27 April 1801 Jervis extant also Earl of St Vincent and Baron Jervis (earldom and barony extinct 14 March 1823)
Viscount Nelson[224] 22 May 1801 Nelson extinct 21 October 1805 also Baron Nelson
Viscount Uffington[225] 18 June 1801 Craven extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Craven
Viscount Cranley[225] 19 June 1801 Onslow extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Onslow
Viscount Marsham[225] 22 June 1801 Marsham extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Romney
Viscount Grey de Wilton[225] 26 June 1801 Egerton extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Wilton; also Baron Ebury from 1 October 1999
Viscount Curzon[226] 27 February 1802 Curzon extant created Earl Howe on 16 July 1821
Viscount Melville[227] 24 December 1802 Dundas extant also Baron Dunira
Viscount Clive[228] 14 May 1804 Clive extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Powis
Viscount Sidmouth[229] 1805 Addington extant
Viscount Merton[230] 20 November 1805 Nelson extant subsidiary title of the Earl Nelson
Viscount Anson[231] 17 February 1806 Anson extant created Earl of Lichfield on 15 September 1831
Viscount Howick[232] 11 April 1806 Grey extant subsidiary title of the Earl Grey
Viscount Lake[233] 4 November 1807 Lake extinct 24 June 1848 also Baron Lake
Viscount Cathcart[234] 9 November 1807 Cathcart extant created Earl Cathcart on 16 July 1814
Viscount Sandon[235] 19 July 1809 Ryder extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Harrowby
Viscount Wellington[236] 4 September 1809 Wellesley extant created Earl of Wellington on 28 February 1812; Marquess of Wellington on 3 October 1812 and Duke of Wellington on 11 May 1814; also Earl of Mornington from 25 July 1863
Viscount Normanby[237] 7 September 1812 Phipps extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Mulgrave; created Marquess of Normanby on 25 June 1838
Viscount Lascelles[238] 7 September 1812 Lascelles extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Harewood
Viscount Melgund[239] 24 February 1813 Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Minto
Viscount Whitworth[240] 14 June 1813 Whitworth extinct 12 May 1825 created Earl Whitworth on 25 November 1815
Viscount Keith[241] 1 June 1814 Elphinstone extinct 10 March 1823
Viscount Gordon[242] 16 July 1814 Gordon extant also Earl of Aberdeen; created Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair in 1916
Viscount Granville[243] 12 August 1815 Leveson-Gower extant created Earl Granville on 10 May 1833
Viscount Grimston[244] 24 November 1815 Grimston extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Verulam
Viscount Alford[244] 27 November 1815 Cust extinct 17 March 1921 subsidiary title of the Earl Brownlow
Viscount Boringdon[244] 29 November 1815 Parker extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Morley
Viscount Newport[244] 30 November 1815 Bridgeman extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Bradford
Viscount Elmley[244] 1 December 1815 Lygon extinct 1979 subsidiary title of the Earl Beauchamp
Viscount Exmouth[245] 10 December 1816 Pellew extant also Baron Exmouth
Viscount Loudoun[246] 13 February 1817 Rawdon-Hastings extinct 1 November 1868 subsidiary title of the Marquess of Hastings
Viscount Encombe[247] 7 July 1821 Scott extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Eldon
Viscount Savernake[248] 17 July 1821 Brudenell-Bruce extant subsidiary title of the Marquess of Ailesbury
Viscount Eastnor[248] 17 July 1821 Cocks extinct 26 September 1883 subsidiary title of the Earl Somers
Viscount Dunwich[248] 18 July 1821 Rous extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Stradbroke
Viscount Hutchinson[248] 14 July 1821 Hely-Hutchinson extant also Earl of Donoughmore
Viscount Beresford[249] 22 April 1823 Beresford extinct 1854 also Baron Beresford
Viscount Seaham[249] 8 July 1823 Vane extant subsidiary title of the Earl Vane; also Marquess of Londonderry from 1872
Viscount Clancarty[250] 17 November 1823 Trench extant also Earl of Clancarty
Viscount Holmesdale[251] 2 December 1826 Amherst extinct 4 March 1993 subsidiary title of the Earl Amherst
Viscount Combermere[252] 8 February 1827 Cotton extant also Baron Combermere
Viscount Goderich[253] 28 April 1827 Robinson extinct 22 September 1923 created Earl of Ripon on 13 April 1833; also Earl de Grey from 14 November 1859; created Marquess of Ripon on 23 June 1871
Viscount Ednam[254] 5 October 1827 Ward extinct 6 March 1833 subsidiary title of the Earl of Dudley
Viscount Emlyn[254] 6 October 1827 Campbell extant subsidiary title of the Earl Cawdor
Viscountess Canning[255] 1828 Canning extinct 17 June 1862 created Earl Canning on 21 May 1859
Viscount FitzClarence[256] 4 June 1831 FitzClarence extinct 30 December 2000 subsidiary title of the Earl of Munster
Viscount Lambton[257] 23 March 1833 Lambton extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Durham
Viscount Canterbury[258] 10 March 1835 Manners Sutton extinct 26 February 1941 created Baron Bottesford at the same time
Viscount Coke[259] 12 August 1837 Coke extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Leicester
Viscount Ockham[260] 30 June 1838 King extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Lovelace
Viscount Ponsonby[261] 20 April 1839 Ponsonby extinct 21 February 1855 also Baron Ponsonby of Imokilly
Viscount Campden[262] 16 August 1841 Noel extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Gainsborough
Viscount Hill[263] 27 September 1842 Hill extant also Baron Hill (barony extinct 10 December 1842); also Baron Hill
Viscount Southam[264] 22 October 1844 Law extinct 22 December 1871 subsidiary title of the Earl of Ellenborough
Viscount Hardinge[265][266] 2 May 1846 Hardinge extant
Viscount Brackley[267] 6 July 1846 Egerton extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Ellesmere; also Duke of Sutherland from 1 February 1963
Viscount Enfield[268] 18 September 1847 Byng extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Strafford
Viscount Gough[269] 15 June 1849 Gough extant also Baron Gough
Viscount Crowhurst[270] 11 June 1850 Pepys extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Cottenham
Viscount Stratford de Redcliffe[271] 1 May 1852 Canning extinct 14 August 1880
Viscount Dangan[272] 11 April 1857 Wellesley extant subsidiary title of the Earl Cowley
Viscount Eversley[273] 11 April 1857 Shaw-Lefevre extinct 28 December 1888
Viscount Ednam[274] 17 February 1860 Ward extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Dudley
Viscount Amberley[275] 30 July 1861 Russell extant subsidiary title of the Earl Russell
Viscountess Tarbat[276] 21 October 1861 Leveson-Gower extant subsidiary title of the Countess of Cromartie
Viscount Halifax[277] 21 February 1866 Wood extant created Earl of Halifax on 11 July 1944
Viscount Bridport[278] 6 July 1868 Hood extant also Baron Bridport
Viscount Helmsley[279] 25 July 1868 Duncombe extinct 4 September 1963 subsidiary title of the Earl of Feversham
Viscountess Beaconsfield[280] 30 November 1868 Disraeli extinct 15 December 1872
Viscount Clandeboye[281] 13 November 1871 Blackwood extinct 1988 subsidiary title of the Earl of Dufferin; created Marquess of Dufferin and Ava on 17 November 1888
Viscount Ossington[282] 13 February 1872 Denison extinct 7 March 1873
Viscount Portman[283] 28 March 1873 Portman extant also Baron Portman
Viscount Cardwell[284] 6 March 1874 Cardwell extinct 15 February 1886
Viscount Carlton[285] 1876 Stuart-Wortley-Mackenzie extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Wharncliffe
Viscount Baring[286] 10 June 1876 Baring extinct 12 April 1929 subsidiary title of the Earl of Northbrook
Viscount Hughenden[287] 21 August 1876 Disraeli extinct 19 April 1881 subsidiary title of the Earl of Beaconsfield
Viscount Cranbrook[288] 4 May 1878 Hardy extant created Earl of Cranbrook on 22 August 1892
Viscount Garmoyle[289] 27 September 1878 Cairns extant subsidiary title of the Earl Cairns
Viscount Knebworth[290] 28 April 1880 Bulwer-Lytton extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Lytton
Viscount Throwley[291] 4 May 1880 Milles extinct 2 December 1996 subsidiary title of the Earl Sondes
Viscount Sherbrooke[292] 25 May 1880 Lowe extinct 27 July 1892
Viscount Lyons[293] 24 November 1881 Lyons extinct 5 December 1887 also Baron Lyons
Viscount Wolmer[294] 30 December 1882 Palmer extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Selborne
Viscount Hampden[295] 4 March 1884 Brand extant
Viscount Saint Cyres[296] 3 July 1885 Northcote extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Iddesleigh
Viscount Wolseley[297] 28 September 1885 Wolseley extinct 24 December 1936 also Baron Wolseley
Viscount Oxenbridge[298] 13 August 1886 Monson extinct 16 April 1898 also Baron Monson
Viscount Cross[299] 19 August 1886 Cross extinct 5 December 2004
Viscount Raincliffe[300] 1 July 1887 Denison extinct 17 April 1937 subsidiary title of the Earl of Londesborough
Viscountess Hambleden[301] 11 November 1891 Smith extant
Viscount Peel[302] 9 May 1895 Peel extant created Earl Peel on 10 July 1929
Viscount Wendover[303] 16 July 1895 Carington extinct 13 June 1928 subsidiary title of the Earl Carrington; created Marquess of Lincolnshire in 1911
Viscount Knutsford[304] 3 August 1895 Holland extant also Baron Knutsford
Viscount Llandaff[304] 5 August 1895 Matthews extinct 13 April 1913
Viscount Salford[305] 22 July 1897 Egerton extinct 16 March 1909 subsidiary title of the Earl Egerton
Viscount Esher[306] 11 November 1897 Brett extant also Baron Esher
Viscount Tiverton[307] 1898 Giffard extinct 31 December 2010 subsidiary title of the Earl of Halsbury
Viscount Cromer[308] 25 January 1899 Baring extant created Earl of Cromer on 6 August 1901
Viscount Goschen[309] 18 December 1900 Goschen extant
Viscount Ridley[309] 19 December 1900 Ridley extant
Viscount St Pierre[310] 11 February 1901 Roberts extinct 21 February 1955 subsidiary title of the Earl Roberts
Viscount Errington[311] 6 August 1901 Baring extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Cromer
Viscount Kitchener of Khartoum[312] 11 July 1902 Kitchener extinct 16 December 2011 created Earl Kitchener on 27 July 1914
Viscount Colville of Culross[313] 12 July 1902 Colville extant
Viscount Churchill[314] 14 July 1902 Spencer extant also Baron Churchill
Viscount Milner[314] 15 July 1902 Milner extinct 13 May 1925 also Baron Milner
Viscount Selby[315] 6 July 1905 Gully extant
Viscount Windsor[316] 18 December 1905 Windsor-Clive extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Plymouth
Viscount Iveagh[316] 18 December 1905 Guinness extant created Earl of Iveagh on 30 September 1919
Viscount Althorp[317] 19 December 1905 Spencer extant succeeded as Earl Spencer in 1910
Viscount Hawkesbury[318] 22 December 1905 Foljambe extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Liverpool
Viscount Tredegar[319] 28 December 1905 Morgan extinct 11 March 1913 also Baron Tredegar
Viscount St Aldwyn[320] 1906 Hicks-Beach extant created Earl St Aldwyn on 22 February 1915
Viscount Wolverhampton[321] 4 May 1908 Fowler extinct 9 March 1943
Viscount Morley of Blackburn[321] 1908 Morley extinct 1923
Viscount Gladstone[322] 15 March 1910 Gladstone extinct 6 March 1930
Viscount Haldane[323] 27 March 1911 Haldane extinct 19 August 1928
Viscount Mentmore[324] 3 July 1911 Primrose extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Midlothian; also Earl of Rosebery
Viscount Hythe[325] 5 July 1911 Brassey extinct 12 November 1919 subsidiary title of the Earl Brassey
Viscount Elibank[325] 3 July 1911 Murray extinct 5 December 1962 also Lord Elibank
Viscount Knollys[326] 4 July 1911 Knollys extant also Baron Knollys
Viscount Allendale[327] 5 July 1911 Beaumont extant also Baron Allendale
Viscount Chilston[324] 6 July 1911 Akers-Douglas extant also Baron Douglas of Baads
Viscount Scarsdale[328] 2 November 1911 Curzon extant subsidiary title of the Earl Curzon of Kedleston; created Marquess Curzon of Kedleston on 28 June 1921 (earldom extinct 20 March 1925)
Viscount Alverstone[329] 24 November 1913 Webster extinct 15 December 1915 also Baron Alverstone
Viscount Bryce[330] 1914 Bryce extinct 1922
Viscount Buxton[331] 11 May 1914 Buxton extinct 15 October 1934 created Earl Buxton on 8 November 1920
Viscount Broome[332] 27 July 1914 Kitchener extinct 16 December 2011 subsidiary title of the Earl Kitchener
Viscount Quenington[333] 22 February 1915 Hicks-Beach extant subsidiary title of the Earl St Aldwyn
Viscount French[334] 1916 French extinct 4 March 1988 created Earl of Ypres on 5 June 1922
Viscount Mersey[335] 1916 Bigham extant also Baron Mersey
Viscount Chaplin[336] 20 June 1916 Chaplin extinct 18 December 1981
Viscount Reading[337] 26 June 1916 Isaacs extant created Earl of Reading on 20 December 1917 and Marquess of Reading on 7 May 1926
Viscount Grey of Fallodon[338] 27 July 1916 Grey extinct 7 September 1933
Viscount Sandhurst[339] 1917 Mansfield extinct 2 November 1921 also Baron Sandhurst
Viscount Cowdray[340] 1917 Pearson extant also Baron Cowdray
Viscount Harcourt[339] 1917 Harcourt extinct 1979
Viscount Farquhar[341] 21 June 1917 Townsend-Farquhar extinct 30 August 1923 created Earl Farquhar on 30 November 1922
Viscount Devonport[342] 22 June 1917 Kearley extant also Baron Devonport
Viscount Astor[343] 23 June 1917 Astor extant also Baron Astor
Viscount Northallerton[344] 16 July 1917 Cambridge extinct 16 April 1981 subsidiary title of the Marquess of Cambridge
Viscount Trematon[345] 16 July 1917 Cambridge extinct 1957 subsidiary title of the Earl of Athlone
Viscount Alderney[345] 17 July 1917 Mountbatten extant subsidiary title of the Marquess of Milford Haven
Viscount Launceston[345] 18 July 1917 Mountbatten extinct 23 February 1960 subsidiary title of the Marquess of Carisbrooke
Viscount Erleigh[346] 20 December 1917 Isaacs extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Reading; created Marquess of Reading on 7 May 1926
Viscount Northcliffe[347] 1918 Harmsworth extinct 14 August 1922 also Baron Northcliffe
Viscount Jellicoe[348] 15 January 1918 Jellicoe extant created Earl Jellicoe on 29 June 1925
Viscount Furness[349] 1918 Furness extinct 1 May 1995 also Baron Furness
Viscount Wimborne[350] 15 June 1918 Guest extant also Baron Wimborne
Viscount St Davids[351] 17 June 1918 Philipps extant also Baron St Davids; also Baron Strange, Baron Hungerford and Baron de Moleyns from 1974
Viscount Rhondda[352] 19 June 1918 Thomas extinct 20 July 1958 also Baron Rhondda (barony extinct 3 July 1918)
Viscount Bertie of Thame[353] 2 September 1918 Bertie extinct 29 August 1954 also Baron Bertie of Thame
Viscount Cave[354] 14 November 1918 Cave extinct 29 March 1928
Viscount Finlay[355] 27 March 1919 Finlay extinct 30 June 1945 also Baron Finlay
Viscount Burnham[356] 16 May 1919 Levy-Lawson extinct 20 July 1933 also Baron Burnham
Viscount Rothermere[357] 17 May 1919 Harmsworth extant also Baron Rothermere
Viscount Borodale[358] 27 September 1919 Beatty extant subsidiary title of the Earl Beatty
Viscount Dawick[358] 29 September 1919 Haig extant subsidiary title of the Earl Haig
Viscount Elveden[358] 30 September 1919 Guinness extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Iveagh
Viscount Allenby[359] 7 October 1919 Allenby extant
Viscount Dunsford[360] 2 February 1920 Brodrick extinct 2 November 1979 subsidiary title of the Earl of Midleton
Viscount Novar[361] 6 December 1920 Munro-Ferguson extinct 30 March 1934
Viscount FitzAlan of Derwent[362] 28 April 1921 Talbot, FitzAlan-Howard extinct 17 May 1962
Viscount Chelmsford[363] 3 June 1921 Thesiger extant also Baron Chelmsford
Viscount Long[364] 4 June 1921 Long extant
Viscount Birkenhead[363] 15 June 1921 Smith extinct 18 February 1985 created Earl of Birkenhead on 28 November 1922
Viscount Ullswater[365] 8 July 1921 Lowther extant
Viscount Pirrie[366] 9 July 1921 Pirrie extinct 6 June 1924 also Baron Pirrie
Viscount Traprain[367] 5 May 1922 Balfour extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Balfour
Viscount Leverhulme[368] 27 November 1922 Lever extinct 4 July 2000 also Baron Leverhulme
Viscount Furneaux[368] 28 November 1922 Smith extinct 18 February 1985 subsidiary title of the Earl of Birkenhead
Viscount Lee of Fareham[368] 28 November 1922 Lee extinct 21 July 1947 also Baron Lee of Fareham
Viscount Younger of Leckie[369] 20 February 1923 Younger extant
Viscount Cecil of Chelwood[370] 24 December 1923 Gascoyne-Cecil extinct 24 November 1958
Viscount Inchcape[371] 21 January 1924 Mackay extant created Earl of Inchcape on 20 June 1929
Viscount Willingdon[372] 23 June 1924 Freeman-Thomas extinct 19 March 1979 created Earl of Willingdon on 20 February 1931 and Marquess of Willingdon on 26 May 1936
Viscount Asquith[373] 9 February 1925 Asquith extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Oxford and Asquith
Viscount Bearsted[374] 16 June 1925 Samuel extant also Baron Bearsted
Viscount Brocas[375] 29 June 1925 Jellicoe extant subsidiary title of the Earl Jellicoe
Viscount Dunedin[376] 17 February 1926 Murray extinct 21 August 1942 also Baron Dunedin
Viscount D'Abernon[377] 20 February 1926 Vincent extinct 1 November 1941 also Baron D'Abernon
Viscount Tredegar[378] 4 August 1926 Morgan extinct 27 April 1949 also Baron Tredegar
Viscount Craigavon[379] 1927 Craig extant
Viscount Sumner[380] 1927 Hamilton extinct 24 May 1934 also Baron Sumner
Viscount Byng of Vimy[381] 1928 Byng extinct 6 June 1935 also Baron Byng of Vimy
Viscount Bridgeman[382] 18 June 1929 Bridgeman extant
Viscount Glenapp[383] 20 June 1929 Mackay extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Inchcape
Viscount Plumer[384] 24 June 1929 Plumer extinct 24 February 1944 also Baron Plumer
Viscount Hailsham[385] 4 July 1929 Hogg extant also Baron Hailsham
Viscount Brentford[385] 5 July 1929 Joynson-Hicks extant
Viscount Clanfield[386] 10 July 1929 Peel extant subsidiary title of the Earl Peel
Viscount Ratendone[387] 20 February 1931 Freeman-Thomas extinct 19 March 1979 subsidiary title of the Earl of Willingdon; created Marquess of Willingdon on 26 May 1936
Viscount Snowden[388] 24 November 1931 Snowden extinct 15 May 1937
Viscount Sankey[389] 1932 Sankey extinct 6 February 1948 also Baron Sankey
Viscount Buckmaster[390] 24 February 1933 Buckmaster extant also Baron Buckmaster
Viscount Wakefield[391] 28 June 1934 Wakefield extinct 1941 also Baron Wakefield
Viscount Bledisloe[392] 24 June 1935 Bathurst extant also Baron Bledisloe
Viscount Swinton[393] 29 November 1935 Cunliffe-Lister extant created Earl of Swinton on 5 May 1955
Viscount Monsell[393] 30 November 1935 Eyres-Monsell extinct 28 November 1993
Viscount Hanworth[394] 17 January 1936 Pollock extant also Baron Hanworth
Viscount Trenchard[395] 1 February 1936 Trenchard extant also Baron Trenchard
Viscount Dawson of Penn[396] 30 October 1936 Dawson extinct 7 March 1945 also Baron Dawson of Penn
Viscount Greenwood[397] 16 February 1937 Greenwood extinct 7 July 2003 also Baron Greenwood
Viscount Corvedale[398] 8 June 1937 Baldwin extant subsidiary title of the Earl Baldwin of Bewdley
Viscount Samuel[398] 8 June 1937 Samuel extant
Viscount Horne of Slamannan[399] 9 June 1937 Horne extinct 3 September 1940
Viscount Runciman of Doxford[400] 10 June 1937 Runciman extant also Baron Runciman
Viscount Davidson[401] 11 June 1937 Davidson extant
Viscount Nuffield[402] 1938 Morris extinct 22 August 1963 also Baron Nuffield
Viscount Weir[403] 25 June 1938 Weir extant also Baron Weir
Viscount Stonehaven[404] 27 June 1938 Baird extant succeeded as Earl of Kintore in 1974
Viscount Caldecote[405] 6 September 1939 Inskip extant
Viscount Maugham[406] 22 September 1939 Maugham extinct 13 March 1981 also Baron Maugham for life (barony extinct 23 March 1958)
Viscount Simon[407] 20 May 1940 Simon extant
Viscount Hewart[408] 28 October 1940 Hewart extinct 23 July 1964 also Baron Hewart
Viscount Camrose[409] 1941 Berry extant also Baron Camrose
Viscount Bennett[410] 16 July 1941 Bennett extinct 27 June 1947
Viscount Stansgate[411] 1942 Benn extant
Viscount Margesson[412] 27 April 1942 Margesson extant
Viscountess Daventry[413] 3 May 1943 FitzRoy extant
Viscount Wavell[414] 22 July 1943 Wavell extinct 24 December 1953 created Earl Wavell on 1 May 1947
Viscount Templewood[415] 14 July 1944 Hoare extinct 7 May 1959
Viscount Ruthven of Canberra[416] 1945 Hore-Ruthven extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Gowrie, also Baron Gowrie
Viscount Portal[417] 1 February 1945 Portal extinct 6 May 1949 also Baron Portal
Viscount Gwynedd[418] 12 February 1945 Lloyd-George extant subsidiary title of the Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor
Viscount Addison[419] 2 July 1945 Addison extant also Baron Addison
Viscount Lambert[420] 23 July 1945 Lambert extinct 22 October 1999
Viscount Kemsley[421] 12 September 1945 Berry extant also Baron Kemsley
Viscount Marchwood[422] 13 September 1945 Penny extant also Baron Marchwood
Viscount Southwood[423] 1946 Elias extinct 10 April 1946 also Baron Southwood
Viscount Cunningham of Hyndhope[423] 1946 Cunningham extinct 12 June 1963 also Baron Cunningham of Hyndhope
Viscount Portal of Hungerford[424] 1946 Portal extinct 22 April 1971 also Baron Portal of Hungerford
Viscount Alanbrooke[424] 1946 Brooke extant also Baron Alanbrooke
Viscount Montgomery of Alamein[424] 1946 Montgomery extant
Viscount Gort[425] 8 February 1946 Vereker extinct 31 March 1946 also Viscount Gort, in the Peerage of Ireland
Viscount Alexander of Tunis[426] 1 March 1946 Alexander extant created Earl Alexander of Tunis on 11 March 1952
Viscount Mountbatten of Burma[427] 23 August 1946 Mountbatten extant created Earl Mountbatten of Burma on 18 October 1947
Viscount Hall[428] 28 October 1946 Hall extinct 24 July 1985
Viscount Jowitt[429] 1947 Jowitt extinct 16 August 1957 created Earl Jowitt on 24 December 1951
Viscount Bruce of Melbourne[430] 18 March 1947 Bruce extinct 25 August 1967
Viscount Keren[431] 1 May 1947 Wavell extinct 24 December 1953 subsidiary title of the Earl Wavell
Viscount Hyndley[432] 2 February 1948 Hindley extinct 1963 also Baron Hyndley
Viscount Alexander of Hillsborough[433] 1950 Alexander extinct 1965 created Earl Alexander of Hillsborough in 1963
Viscount Ruffside[434] 14 December 1951 Brown extinct 5 May 1958
Viscount Stevenage[435] 24 December 1951 Jowitt extinct 16 August 1957 subsidiary title of the Earl Jowitt
Viscount Hudson[436] 5 January 1952 Hudson extinct 28 August 1963
Viscount Bracken[436] 7 January 1952 Bracken extinct 8 August 1958
Viscount Waverley[437] 28 January 1952 Anderson extant
Viscount Thurso[438] 10 April 1952 Sinclair extant
Viscount Brookeborough[439] 1 July 1952 Brooke extant
Viscount Norwich[440] 5 July 1952 Cooper extant
Viscount Woolton[441] 2 July 1953 Marquis extant also Baron Woolton; created Earl of Woolton on 9 January 1956
Viscount Leathers[442] 18 January 1954 Leathers extant also Baron Leathers
Viscount Soulbury[443] 16 July 1954 Ramsbotham extant also Baron Soulbury
Viscount Chandos[444] 9 September 1954 Lyttelton extant created Baron Lyttelton of Aldershot for life on 19 April 2000
Viscount Simonds[445] 18 October 1954 Simonds extinct 28 June 1971 also Baron Simonds for life and Baron Simonds
Viscount Kilmuir[446] 19 October 1954 Maxwell Fyfe extinct 27 January 1967 created Earl of Kilmuir on 20 July 1962
Viscount Malvern[447] 18 March 1955 Huggins extant
Viscount Prestwood[448] 16 December 1955 Attlee extant subsidiary title of the Earl Attlee
Viscount Walberton[449] 9 January 1956 Marquis extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Woolton
Viscount De L'Isle[450] 12 January 1956 Sidney extant also Baron de L'Isle and Dudley
Viscount Crookshank[450] 13 January 1956 Crookshank extinct 17 October 1961
Viscount Ingleby[451] 17 January 1956 Peake extinct 2008  
Viscount Cilcennin[452] 18 January 1956 Thomas extinct 13 July 1960
Viscount Cherwell[453] 26 June 1956 Lindemann extinct 3 July 1957 also Baron Cherwell
Viscount Monckton of Brenchley[454] 11 February 1957 Monckton extant
Viscount Tenby[454] 12 February 1957 Lloyd-George extant
Viscount Mackintosh of Halifax[455] 10 July 1957 Mackintosh extant also Baron Mackintosh of Halifax
Viscount Dunrossil[456] 12 November 1959 Morrison extant
Viscount Stuart of Findhorn[457] 20 November 1959 Stuart extant
Viscount Rochdale[458] 20 January 1960 Kemp extant also Baron Rochdale
Viscount Slim[459] 15 July 1960 Slim extant
Viscount Head[460] 2 August 1960 Head extant
Viscount Amory[461] 1 September 1960 Amory extinct 19 January 1981
Viscount Boyd of Merton[462] 8 September 1960 Lennox-Boyd extant
Viscount Ward of Witley[463] 11 November 1960 Ward extinct 15 June 1988
Viscount Eden[464] 12 July 1961 Eden extinct 17 August 1985 subsidiary title of the Earl of Avon
Viscount Linley[465] 6 October 1961 Armstrong-Jones extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Snowdon; created Baron Armstrong-Jones for life on 16 November 1999
Viscount Radcliffe[466] 11 July 1962 Radcliffe extinct 1 April 1977 also Baron Radcliffe
Viscount Mills[467] 22 August 1962 Mills extant also Baron Mills
Viscount Blakenham[468] 8 November 1963 Hare extant
Viscount Eccles[469] 14 January 1964 Eccles extant also Baron Eccles
Viscount Watkinson[470] 26 June 1964 Watkinson extinct 19 December 1995
Viscount Muirshiel[471] 16 July 1964 Maclay extinct 17 August 1992
Viscount Dilhorne[472] 7 December 1964 Manningham-Buller extant also Baron Dilhorne
Viscount Whitelaw[473] 16 June 1983 Whitelaw extinct 1 July 1999
Viscount Tonypandy[474] 11 July 1983 Thomas extinct 22 September 1997
Viscount Macmillan of Ovenden[475] 24 February 1984 Macmillan extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Stockton
Viscount Severn[476] 19 June 1999 Mountbatten-Windsor extant subsidiary title of the Earl of Wessex

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ On the evening of the Coronation of Queen Victoria in 1838, the Prime Minister Lord Melbourne explained to her why (from her journals): "I spoke to Ld M. about the numbers of Peers present at the Coronation, & he said it was quite unprecedented. I observed that there were very few Viscounts, to which he replied "There are very few Viscounts," that they were an old sort of title & not really English; that they came from Vice-Comites; that Dukes & Barons were the only real English titles;—that Marquises were likewise not English, & that people were mere made Marquises, when it was not wished that they should be made Dukes."[1]
  2. ^ The first viscounts Sidmouth, Canterbury, Eversley, Ossington, Hampden, Peel, Selby, Ullswater, Ruffside, Dunrossil and Tonypandy were all retired Speakers of the House of Commons.
  3. ^ Unusually for a viscountcy, the viscountcy of Thetford was created with remainder to the heirs male and female of the first viscount,[52] Henry Bennet, thus when John FitzRoy, the 10th Viscount died childess, the title fell into abeyance between his two sisters.[53]
  4. ^ The exact date of the elevation of Viscount Buttevant is uncertain, though it is thought to be sometime around the turn of the 15th century:'The earliest document which mentions the title of VISCOUNT BUTTEVANT, bears the date in 1406, and is enrolled on the patent roll, in the rolls office of chancery, in Ireland, of the 12th of King James I. It recites that John Barry, esq. required a certain deed to be enrolled in chancery, dated the Monday next before the Epiphany, in the 7th of King Henry IV., (1406,) whereby James, VISCOUNT BUTTEVANT, granted to John Stapleton, gentleman, the lands of the Island Cullyne, at the rent of two shillings Irish per annum. This James was probably created VISCOUNT BUTTEVANT, either by King Richard II. on his last visit to Ireland, or by Henry IV. soon after his accession'.[152]
  5. ^ The Titles Deprivation Act 1917 is an Act of Parliament of the United Kingdom which authorised enemies of the United Kingdom during the First World War to be deprived of their British peerages and royal titles. The Viscounts Taaffe had emigrated to continental Europe in the 17th century and remained loyal to the Austrian emperor during the war. 'Their Lordships do humbly report to Your Majesty that the persons hereinafter named have adhered to Your Majesty's enemies during the present war: —His Royal Highness Leopold Charles, Duke of Albany, Earl of Clarence and Baron Arklow; His Royal Highness Ernest Augustus, Duke of Cumberland and Teviotdale, Earl of Armagh; His Royal Highness Ernest Augustus (Duke of Brunswick), Prince of Great Britain and Ireland; Henry, Viscount Taaffe of Corren and Baron of Ballymote.' [170]
  6. ^ Francis Annesley, 1st Viscount Valentia, of the second creation, had a patent granted to him stating that the title of Viscount Valentia would devolve to him upon the death of Henry Power, 1st Viscount Valentia, of the first creation. Henry Power died without issue in 1642.[174]

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