Usher baronets

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The Usher Baronetcy, of Norton in Ratho in the County of Midlothian, and of Wells in Hobkirk in the County of Roxburgh, is a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom. It was created on 29 August 1899 for John Usher, a whisky distiller and benefactor. He assisted in founding a chair in public health at the University of Edinburgh in 1898.

Usher baronets, of Norton and Wells (1899)[edit]

The grave of John Usher, Baron Usher, Grange Cemetery
  • Sir John Usher, 1st Baronet (1828–1904)
  • Sir Robert Usher, 2nd Baronet (1860–1933)
  • Sir John Turnbull Usher, 3rd Baronet (1891–1951)
  • Sir Robert Stuart Usher, 4th Baronet (1898–1962)
  • Sir Peter Lionel Usher, 5th Baronet (1931–1990)
  • Sir Robert Edward Usher, 6th Baronet (1934–1994)
  • Sir William John Tevenar Usher, 7th Baronet (1940–1998)
  • Sir Andrew John Usher, 8th Baronet (born 1963)

The heir apparent to the baronetcy is Rory James Andrew Usher, eldest son of the 8th Baronet (born 1991)

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