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Extinct English Earldoms

 

Ailesbury, Earl of (E, 1664 - 1747) - the earldom was held by the Earls of Elgin from 1664, when the 2nd Earl of Elgin was created Baron Bruce, Viscount Bruce and Earl of Ailesbury, until 1747, when on the death of the 4th Earl of Elgin the titles created in 1664 became extinct

Anglesey, Earl of (E, 1623 - 1661)

Anglesey, Earl of (E, 1661 - 1751)

Arlington, Earl of (E, 1672 - abeyant 1936)

 

Banbury, Earl of (E, 1626 - ? dormant 1632)

Bath, Earl of (E, 1486 - 14??)

Bath, Earl of (E, 1536 - 1654)

Bath, Earl of (E, 1661 - 1711)

Bedford, Earl of (E, 1138 - 11??)

Bedford, Earl of (E, 1366 - 1397)

Berkeley, Earl of (E, 1679 - 1942)

Berkshire, Earl of (E, 1621 - 1622)

Bindon, Earl of (E, 1706 - 1722) - the earldom was held by the Earls of Suffolk from 1709, when the 1st Earl of Bindon succeeded his father as 6th Earl of Suffolk, until 1722, when on the death of the 7th Earl of Suffolk the Earldom of Bindon became extinct and the Earldom of Suffolk passed to his uncle

Bolingbroke, Earl of (E, 1624 - 1711)

Bradford, Earl of (E, 1694 - 1762)

Brecknock, Earl of (E, 1660 - attainted 1715 (reversed 1871) - extinct 1758) - the Earldom of Brecknock was held by the Irish Dukes of Ormonde from 1660, when the 1st Earl of Brecknock in the Peerage of England was created Duke of Ormonde in the Peerage of Ireland, until 1715, when on the attainder of the 2nd Duke of Ormonde all his English and Irish honours were forfeited; the attainder was reversed in 1871

Brentford, Earl of (E, 1644 - 1651) - the earldom was held by the 1st Earl of Forth from its creation in 1644 until his death in 1651, when all his titles became extinct

Brentford, Earl of (E, 1689 - 1719) - the earldom was held by the Dukes of Schomberg from its creation in 1689, when Field Marshal von Schomberg was created Baron Teyes, Earl of Brentford, Marquess of Harwich and Duke of Schomberg, until 1719, when on the death of the 3rd Duke of Schomberg all his English and Irish titles became extinct

Bridgewater, Earl of (E, 1538 - 1548)

Bridgewater, Earl of (E, 1617 - 1829)

Bristol, Earl of (E, 1622 - 1698)

Buckingham, Earl of (E, 1097 - 1164)

Buckingham, Earl of (E, 1164 - 1176)

Buckingham, Earl of (E, 1377 - attainted 1397 - restored 1438 - attainted 1521)

Buckingham, Countess of (E, 1618 - 1632)

Buckingham, Earl of (E, 1617 - 1687) - the earldom was held by the Marquesses of Buckingham (Dukes of Buckingham after 1623) from 1617/8, when the 1st Earl of Buckingham was created Marquess of Buckingham, until 1687, when on the death of the 2nd Duke of Buckingham all these titles became extinct

Burlington, Earl of (E, 1664 - 1753) - the earldom was held by the Earls of Cork from 1664, when the 2nd Earl of Cork was created Earl of Burlington, until the death of the 4th Earl of Cork in 1753 without an immediate male heir, when the Earldom of Burlington became extinct and the Earldom of Cork passed to a kinsman

 

Cambridge, Earl of (E, 1340 - 1361)

Cambridge, Earl of (E, 1362 - merged in the Crown 1461)

Cambridge, Earl of (E, 1619 - 1651) - the earldom was held by the Marquesses of Hamilton from 1619, when the 2nd Marquess of Hamilton was created Baron of Innerdale, in the County of Cumberland, and Earl of Cambridge, and by the Dukes of Hamilton from 1643, when the 3rd Marquess of Hamilton was created Lord Aven and Innerdale, Earl of Arran and Cambridge, Marquess of Clydesdale and Duke of Hamilton, until 1651, when the 2nd Duke of Hamilton died without a male heir and all his English titles became extinct

Cambridge, Earl of (E, 1659 - 1660) - Henry, 3rd son of King Charles I, was created Earl of Cambridge and Duke of Gloucester in 1659; both titles became extinct on his death shortly afterwards in 1660

Cambridge, Earl of (E, 1664 - 1667) - James, 2nd but 1st surv. son and heir ap. of James, Duke of York (later King James II), was created Baron Dauntsey, Earl of Cambridge and Duke of Cambridge shortly after his birth; all three peerages became extinct on his death in 1667

Cambridge, Earl of (E, 1667 - 1671) - Edgar, 4th but 1st surv. son and heir ap. of James, Duke of York (later King James II), was created Baron Dauntsey, Earl of Cambridge and Duke of Ca,bridge shortly after his birth; all three peerages became extinct on his death in 1671

Carlisle, Earl of (E, 1322 - attainted 1323)

Carlisle, Earl of (E, 1622 - 1660)

Carnarvon, Earl of (E, 1628 - 1709)

Chester, Earl of (E, 1070 - 1071)

Chester, Earl of (E, 1071 - 1120)

Chester, Earl of (E, 1121 - 1232)

Chester, Earl of (E, 1232 - 1237)

Chester, Earl of (E, 1254 - merged in the Crown 1272) - Edward, son and heir ap. of of King Henry III, was created Earl of Chester in 1254; in 1272 he succeeded his father as King Edward I and the Earldom of Chester merged in the Crown

Chester, Earl of (E, 1284 - 1284) - Alfonso, 1st surv. son and heir of King Edward I, was designated or created Earl of Chester in 1284; he died an infant shortly afterwards and the Earldom became extinct

Chester, Earl of (E, 1301 - merged in the Crown 1307) - Edward "of Carnarvon", 1st surv. son and heir ap. of King Edward I, was created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester in 1301; in 1307 he succeeded his father as King Edward II and the Earldom of Chester merged in the Crown

Chester, Earl of (E, 1312 - merged in the Crown 1327) - Edward "of Windsor", 1st son and heir ap. of King Edward II, was created Earl of Chester in 1312; in 1327 he succeeded his father as King Edward III and the Earldom of Chester merged in the Crown

Chester, Earl of (E, 1333 - 1376) - Edward "of Woodstock", 1st son and heir ap. of King Edward III, was created Earl of Chester in 1333; the Earldom of Chester became extinct in accordance with the remainder to the title on his death in 1376 during the lifetime of his father

Chester, Earl of (E, 1376 - merged in the Crown 1377) - Richard "of Bordeaux", 2nd but 1st surv. son and heir of Edward "of Woodstock", Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester, was created Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall and Earl of Chester in 1376; in 1377 he succeeded his grandfather as King Richard II and his peerage titles were merged in the Crown

Chester, Earl of (E, 1399 - merged in the Crown 1413) - Henry "of Monmouth", 1st son and heir of King Henry IV, was created Prince of Wales, Duke of Cornwall and Earl of Chester in 1399; in 1413 he succeeded his father as King Henry V and his peerages titles merged in the Crown

Chester, Earl of (E, 1454 - 1471) - Edward, Duke of Cornwall, only son and heir ap. of King Henry VI, was created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester in 1454; his peerages became extinct on his death in 1471 during the lifetime of his father

Chester, Earl of (E, 1471 - merged in the Crown 1483) - Edward, Duke of Cornwall, 1st son and heir ap. of King Edward IV, was created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester in 1471; in 1483 he succeeded his father as King Edward V and his peerage titles merged in the Crown

Chester, Earl of (E, 1483 - 1484) - Edward, Duke of Cornwall, only son and heir ap. of King Richard III, was created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester in 1483; his peerages became extinct on his death in 1484 during the lifetime of his father

Chester, Earl of (E, 1489 - 1502) - Arthur, Duke of Cornwall, 1st son and heir ap. of King Henry VII, was created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester in 1489; his peerages became extinct on his death in 1502 during the lifetime of his father

Chester, Earl of (E, 1504 - merged in the Crown 1509) - Henry, Duke of Cornwall, 2nd but only surv. son and heir ap. of King Henry VII, was created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester in 1504; in 1509 he succeeded his father as King Henry VIII and his peerage titles merged in the Crown

Chester, Earl of (E, 1610 - 1612) - Henry Frederick, Duke of Cornwall and Rothesay, 1st son and heir ap. of King James I & VI, was created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester in 1610; his peerages became extinct on his death in 1612 during the lifetime of his father

Chester, Earl of (E, 1616 - merged in the Crown 1625) - Charles, Duke of Cornwall, York and Albany, 3rd but 1st surv. son and heir ap. of King James I & VI, was created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester in 1616; in 1625 he succeeded his father as King Charles I and his peerage titles merged in the Crown

Chester, Earl of (E, c. 1641 - merged in the Crown 1649) - Charles, Duke of Cornwall and Rothesay, was declared or created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester c. 1641; in 1649 he succeeded his father as King Charles II and his peerage titles merged in the Crown

Chester, Earl of (E, c. 1688 - forfeited 1702) - James Francis Edward, Duke of Cornwall and Rothesay, 6th but 1st surv. son and heir ap. of King James II & VII, was declared or created Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester shortly after his birth in 1688; later in the same year his father was declared to have "abdicated" the Throne, and in 1702 the infant Prince of Wales was himself attainted, thereby forfeiting all his peerage titles

Chesterfield, Earl of (E, 1628 - 1967)

Chesterfield, Countess of (E, 1660 - 1667) - Hon Katharine Stanhope (née Wotton), widow of Hon Henry Stanhope, styled Lord Stanhope, 2nd but 1st surv. son and heir of Philip [Stanhope], 1st Earl of Chesterfield, was created Countess of Chesterfield for life shortly after her son succeeded his grandfather as 2nd Earl of Chesterfield ; the life peerage became extinct on her death in 1667

Chichester, Earl of (E, 1644 - 1667)

Chichester, Earl of (E, 1675 - 1774) - the earldom was held by the Dukes of Southampton from its creation in 1675, when Charles FitzRoy, styled Earl of Southampton, was created Baron Newbury, Earl of Chichester and Duke of Southampton, until 1774, when on the death of the 2nd Duke of Southampton and 3rd Duke of Cleveland all his titles became extinct

Clare, Earl of (E, 1624 - 1711) - the earldom was held by the 1st Duke of Newcastle-upon-Tyne from 1694, when as 4th Earl of Clare he was created Marquess of Clare and Duke of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, until his death in 1711, when all his titles became extinct

Clarendon, Earl of (E, 1661 - 1753)

Cleveland, Earl of (E, 1626 - 1667)

Conway, Earl of (E, 1679 - 1683)

Cornwall, Earl of (E, 1141 - 1175)

Cornwall, Earl of (E, 1227 - 1300)

Cornwall, Earl of (E, 1307 - 1312)

Cornwall, Earl of (E, 1328 - 1336)

Coventry, Earl of (E, 1623 - 1687) - the earldom was held by the Dukes of Buckingham from its creation in 1623, when the 1st Marquess of Buckingham was created Earl of Coventry and Duke of Buckingham, until 1687, when on the death of the 2nd Duke of Buckingham all his titles became extinct

Craven, Earl of (E, 1665 - 1697)

Cumberland, Earl of (E, 1525 - 1643)

 

Danby, Earl of (E, 1626 - 1644)

Danby, Earl of (E, 1674 - 1964) - the earldom was held by the 1st Marquess of Carmarthen from 1689, when the 1st Earl of Danby was created Marquess of Carmarthen, and by the Dukes of Leeds from 1694, when the 1st Marquess of Carmarthen was created Duke of Leeds, until 1964, when on the death of the 12th Duke of Leeds all his titles became extinct

Derby, Earl of (E, c. 1138 - forfeited 1266)

Derwentwater, Earl of (E, 1688 - forfeited 1716)

Devon, Earl of (E, c. 1141 - 1293)

Devon, Earl of (E, 1335 - forfeited 1461 - restored 1470 - forfeited 1471))

Devon, Earl of (E, 1469 - 1469)

Devon, Earl of (E, 1485 - forfeited 1509)

Devon,. Earl of (E, 1511 - forfeited 1539)

Devonshire, Earl of (E, 1603 - 1606)

Dorchester, Earl of (E, 1686 - 1717)

Dorset, Earl of (E, 13 H IV - 1417)

Dorset, Earl of (E, 1441 - 1471)

Dorset, Earl of (E, 1604 - 1843) - the earldom was held by the Dukes of Dorset from 1720, when the 7th Earl of Dorset was created Duke of Dorset, until 1843, when on the death of the 5th Duke of Dorset both titles became extinct

Dover, Earl of (E, 1628 - 1677)

 

Essex, Earl of (E, 1140 - 1373)

Essex, Earl of (E, 1461 - 1540)

Essex, Earl of (E, 1540 - attainted 1540)

Essex, Earl of (E, 1543 - attainted 1553) - the earldom was held by Sir William Parr, who had been created Baron Parr in 1539 and was created Marquess of Northampton in 1547; the earldom became forfeited along with his other peerages when Sir William was attainted in 1553 as a leading supporter of Lady Jane Grey 

Essex, Earl of (E, 1572 - 1646)

 

Falmouth, Earl of (E, 1664 - 1665)

Fareham, Countess of (E, 1673 - 1734) - the earldom was held by the Duchess of Portsmouth from its creation in 1673, when Louise Renée de Penancoet de Kéroualle, mistress of King Charles II, was created for life Baroness Petersfield, Countess of Fareham and Duchess of Portsmouth, until her death in 1734, when all her titles became extinct

Fauconberg, Earl of (E, 1689 - 1700)

Feversham, Earl of (E, 1676 - 1709)

 

Gainsborough, Earl of (E, 1682 - 1798)

Gloucester, Earl of (E, c. 1122 - 1314)

Gloucester, Earl of (E, 1337 - 1347)

Godolphin, Earl of (E, 1706 - 1766)

Grantham, Earl of (E, 1698 - 1754)

Greenwich, Earl of (E, 1705 - 1743) - the earldom was held by the 2nd Duke of Argyll from 1705, when he was created Baron Chatham and Earl of Greenwich, until 1743, when on his death without male heirs of his body the earldom became extinct

Guilford, Countess of (E, 1660 - 1667) - the earldom was held by Lady Elizabeth Boyle, Dowager Viscountess Boyle, who in 1660 was created Countess of Guilford for life

Guilford, Earl of (E, 1674 - 1682) - the earldom was held by the 1st and last Duke of Lauderdale from 1674, when he was created Baron Petersham and Earl of Guilford, until 1682, when both English peerages became extinct on his death without surviving male issue

 

Halifax, Earl of (E, 1679 - 1700) - the 1st Baron Savile was created Earl of Halifax in 1679 and Marquess of Halifax in 1682; all three titles became extinct on his death in 1700

Harold, Earl of (E, 1706 - 1740) - the earldom was held by the 1st Marquess of Kent from 1706, when as 12th Earl of Kent he was created Viscount Goderich, Earl of Harold and Marquess of Kent; he was further created Duke of Kent in 1710, and on his death without surviving male issue in 1740 all the titles became extinct

Hereford, Earl of (E, c. 1067 - surrendered 1155)

Hereford, Earl of (E, 1200 - merged in the Crown 1399)

Hertford, Earl of (E, c. 1138 - 1314)

Hertford, Earl of (E, 1537 - 1552)

Hertford, Earl of (E, 1558/9 - 1750) - the earldom was held by the Marquesses of Hertford (1st creation) from 1640, when the 2nd Earl of Hertford was created Marquess of Hertford, and by the Dukes of Somerset from 1660, when the 1st Marquess of Hertford was restored as 2nd Duke of Somerset, until 1750, when the 7th Duke of Somerset died with no immediate male heirs and the Barony of Beauchamp, the Earldom of Hertford and the Marquessate of Hertford all became extinct, leaving the Dukedom to pass to a distant cousin descended from an elder half-brother of the 1st Earl of Hertford, both of them being sons of the 1st Duke of Somerset

Holderness, Earl of (E, 1621 - 1626)

Holderness, Earl of (E, 1644 - 1682) - the earldom was held by the 1st Duke of Cumberland from its creation in 1644, when Prince Rupert of the Rhine was created Earl of Holderness and Duke of Cumberland, until his death in 1682, when all his titles became extinct

Holderness, Earl of (E, 1682 - 1778)

Holland, Earl of (E, 1624 - 1759)

Huntingdon, Earl of (E, c. 1065 - 1237)

Huntingdon, Earl of (E, 1337 - 1354)

Huntingdon, Earl of (E, 1377 - 1380)

Huntingdon, Earl of (E, 1388 - forfeited 1401 - restored 1417 - forfeited 1461)

Huntingdon, Earl of (E, 1471 - surrendered 1475)

Huntingdon, Earl of (E, 1479 - extinct 1487)

 

Kendal, Earl of (E, c. 1446 - surrendered 1462) 

Kendal, Earl of (E, 1689 - 1708) - the earldom was held by the 1st Duke of Cumberland from its creation in 1689, when Prince George of Denmark was created Baron Ockingham, Earl of Kendal and Duke of Cumberland, until his death in 1708, when all his titles became extinct

Kent, Earl of (E, c. 1067 - extinct 1088)

Kent, Earl of (E, 1227 - 1243)

Kent, Earl of (E, 1321 - ? 1385 or 1408) - Edmund "of Woodstock", 2nd son by his second wife of King Edward I, was created Earl of Kent in 1321; his daughter, Lady Joan Plantagenet, suo jure Countess of Kent, married firstly Thomas [Holand], 1st Baron Holand, later summoned to Parliament in 1360 as Earl of Kent, and secondly Edward, Prince of Wales, by whom she was mother of King Richard II; the summons in 1360 is usually treated as proof of a creation de novo and the de Holand Earls of Kent are numbered accordingly

Kent, Earl of (E, 1360 - 1408)

Kent, Earl of (E, 1461 - 1463)

Kent, Earl of (E, 1465 - 1740) - the earldom was held by the 1st Marquess of Kent from 1706, when the 12th Earl of Kent was created Viscount Goderich, Earl of Harold and Marquess of Kent; he was further created Duke of Kent in 1710, and on his death without a male heir in 1740 all the titles (with the exception of the Marquessate of Grey and the Barony of Lucas of Crudwell) became extinct

Kingston-upon-Hull, Earl of (E, 1628 - 1773) - the earldom was held by the 1st Marquess of Dorchester from 1645, when the 2nd Earl of Kingston-upon-Hull was created Marquess of Dorchester, until his death in 1680, when the earldom passed to his younger brother; it was held by the 1st Marquess of Dorchester (of a new creation) from 1706, when the 5th Earl of Kingston-upon-Hull was created Marquess of Dorchester; he was created 1st Duke of Kingston-upon-Hull in 1715, and the earldom was held by the Dukes of Kingston-upon-Hull until 1773, when the 2nd Duke of Kingston-upon-Hull died with no male heir and all his titles became extinct

 

Leicester, Earl of (E, c. 1107 - forfeited 1265)

Leicester, Earl of (E, 1564 - 1588)

Leicester, Earl of (E, 1618 - 1743)

Lichfield, Earl of (E, 1645 - 1672) - the earldom was granted to Charles Stuart, nephew of the 4th Duke of Lennox, in 1645; in 1660 he succeeded his cousin as 6th Duke of Lennox and both titles became extinct on his death without a male heir in 1672

Lichfield, Earl of (E, 1674 - 1776)

Lincoln, Earl of (E, c. 1139 - forfeited c. 1140)

Lincoln, Earl of (E, c. 1141 - forfeited c. 1198)

Lincoln, Earl of (E, 1217 - 1348)

Lincoln, Earl of (E, 1467 - 1487) - the earldom was held by Lord John de la Pole, eldest son of the 2nd Duke of Suffolk; he was created Earl of Lincoln during the lifetime of his father and the title became extinct on his death v.p. in 1487

Lincoln, Earl of (E, 1525 - 1534) - the earldom was held by Lord Henry Brandon, 1st son and heir ap. of the 1st Duke of Suffolk by his wife the Princess Mary; he was created Earl of Lincoln during the lifetime of his father and the title became extinct on his death v.p. in 1534

 

Macclesfield, Earl of (E, 1679 - 1702)

March, Earl of (E, 1328 - 1426)

March, Earl of (E, 1619 - 1672) - the earldom was granted to Lord Esmé Stuart in 1619; in 1623/4 he succeeded his brother as 3rd Duke of Lennox and the earldom was held by the Dukes of Lennox until 1672, when on the death of the 6th Duke of Lennox without a male heir the earldom became extinct

Marlborough, Earl of (E, 1626 - 1679)

Middlesex, Earl of (E, 1622 - 1674)

Middlesex, Earl of (E, 1675 - 1843) - the earldom was held by the Earls of Dorset from 1677, when the 1st Earl of Middlesex inherited the more senior Earldom of Dorset from his father; both earldoms were held by the Dukes of Dorset from 1720, when the 7th Earl of Dorset was created Duke of Dorset, until 1843, when on the death of the 5th Duke of Dorset without a male heir all his titles became extinct

Monmouth, Earl of (E, 1626 - 1661)

Monmouth, Earl of (E, 1689 - 1814) - the earldom was held by the Earls of Peterborough from 1697, when the 1st Earl of Monmouth succeeded his uncle as 3rd Earl of Peterborough, until 1814, when on the death of the 5th Earl of Peterborough all his titles became extinct

Montagu, Earl of (E, 1689 - 1749) - the earldom was held by the Dukes of Montagu from 1705, when the 1st Earl of Montagu was created Marquess of Monthermer and Duke of Montagu, until 1749, when on the death of the 2nd Duke of Montagu all his titles became extinct

Mulgrave, Earl of (E, 1626 - 1735) - the earldom was held by the Marquesses of Normanby from 1694, when the 3rd Earl of Mulgrave was created Marquess of Normanby, and by the Dukes of Buckingham and Normanby from 1702/3, when the first Marquess of Normanby was created Duke of Buckingham and Normanby, until 1735, when on the death of the 2nd Duke of Buckingham and Normanby without a male heir all his titles became extinct

 

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Earl of (E, 1623 - 1623/4) - the earldom, together with the Dukedom of Richmond, was granted to the 2nd Duke of Lennox in Oct 1623 and became extinct on his death four months later in Feb 1623/4

Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Earl of (E, 1627/8 - 1691) - see Duke of Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Newport, Earl of (E, 1628 - 1679)

Norfolk, Earl of (E, c. 1067 - c. 1080)

Norfolk, Earl of (E, c. 1140 - 1306

Northampton, Earl of (E, c. 1065 - 1076)

Northampton, Earl of (E, c. 1090 - 1184)

Northampton, Earl of (E, 1337 - merged in the Crown 1399)

Northampton, Earl of (E, 1604 - 1614)

Northumberland, Earl of (E, c. 1139 - surrendered c. 1157)

Northumberland, Earl of (E, c. 1189 - surrendered 1194)

Northumberland, Earl of (E, 1377 - attainted 1406)

Northumberland, Earl of (E, 1416 - 1537)

Northumberland, Earl of (E, 1557 - 1670)

Northumberland, Earl of (E, 1674 - 1716) - the earldom was held by the 1st Duke of Northumberland from 1683, when the 1st Earl of Northumberland was created Duke of Northumberland, until his death in 1716, when all his titles became extinct

Norwich, Earl of (E, 1626 - 1637)

Norwich, Earl of (E, 1644 - 1671)

Norwich, Earl of (E, 1672 - 1777) - the earldom was held by the Dukes of Norfolk from 1677, when the 1st Earl of Norwich inherited the Dukedom of Norfolk as 6th Duke, until 1777, when the 9th Duke of Norfolk died with no immediate male heirs and the Dukedom passed to a cousin descended from a younger brother of the 6th Duke

Nottingham, Earl of (E, 1377 - 1382)

Nottingham, Earl of (E, 1383 - 1476)

Nottingham, Earl of (E, 1483 - 1491/2) - the earldom was held by the 1st Marquess of Berkeley from 1488/9, when the 1st Earl of Nottingham was created Marquess of Berkeley, until 1491/2, when on the death of the marquess both the Earldom of Nottingham and the Marquessate of Berkeley became extinct

Nottingham, Earl of (E, 1597 - 1681)

 

Ogle, Earl of (E, 1664/5 - 1691) - the earldom was held by the Dukes of Newcastle-upon-Tyne from its creation in 1664/5, when the 1st Marquess of Newcastle-upon-Tyne was created Earl of Ogle and Duke of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, until 1691, when on the death of the 2nd Duke of Newcastle-upon-Tyne the Barony of Ogle fell into abeyance and all his other titles became extinct

Orford, Earl of (E, 1697 - 1727)

Oxford, Earl of (E, 1142 - 1703)

 

Pembroke, Earl of (E, 1138 - 1389)

Pembroke, Earl of (E, 1414 - 1447)

Pembroke, Earl of (E, 1447 - 1450)

Pembroke, Earl of (E, 1452 - 1461 and 1485 - 1495)

Pembroke, Earl of (E, 1468 - 1479)

Pembroke, Earl of (E, 1479 - 1483)

Peterborough, Earl of (E, 1628 - 1814)

Plymouth, Earl of (E, 1675 - 1680)

Plymouth, Earl of (E, 1682 - 1843)

Portland, Earl of (E, 1633 - 1688)

Poulett, Earl (E, 1706 - 1973)

Powis, Earl of (E, 1674 - 1748) - the earldom was held by the Marquesses of Powis from 1687, when the 1st Earl of Powis was created Viscount Montgomery and Marquess of Powis, until 1748, when on the death of the 3rd Marquess of Powis all his titles became extinct

 

Radnor, Earl of (E, 1679 - 1757)

Richmond, Earl of (E, c. 1136 - 1203)

Richmond, Earl of (E, 1219 - forfeited 1235 - restored 1268 - extinct 1341 - restored 1372 - extinct 1399)

Richmond, Earl of (E, 1414 - 1435) - the earldom was held by the 1st Duke of Bedford from its creation in 1414 until his death in 1435, when all his titles became extinct

Richmond, Earl of (E, 1452 - merged in Crown 1485)

Rivers, Earl (E, 1466 - 1491)

Rivers, Earl (E, 1626 - 1737)

Rivers, Countess (E, 1641 - 1651) - Elizabeth, Viscountess Savage, widow of Thomas [Savage], 1st Viscount Savage, and 1st dau. and cohrss. of Thomas [Darcy], 1st Earl Rivers, was created Countess Rivers for life in 1641; this peerage became extinct on her death in 1651

Rochester, Earl of (E, 1652 - 1681)

Rochester, Earl of (E, 1682 - 1753)

Rochford, Earl of (E, 1695 - 1830)

Romney, Earl of (E, 1694 - 1704)

 

Saint Albans, Earl of (E, 1628 - 1657) - the earldom was held by the Earls of Clanricarde from 1628, when the 4th Earl of Clanricarde was created Earl of St Albans, until 1657, when on the death of the 1st Marquess of Clanricarde the Earldom of St Albans became extinct

Saint Albans, Earl of (E, 1660 - 1684)

Salisbury, Earl of (E, 1142 - 1348)

Salisbury, Earl of (E, 1337 - 1471)

Scarsdale, Earl of (E, 1645 - 1736)

Sheppey, Earl of (E, 1680 - 1686)

Shrewsbury, Earl of (E, 1074 - c. 1102)

Somerset, Earl of (E, 1397 - 1471)

Somerset, Earl of (E, 1613 - 1645)

Southampton, Earl of (E, 1537 - 1543)

Southampton, Earl of (E, 1547 - 1667)

Southampton, Earl of (E, 1670 - 1774) - the earldom was held by the Dukes of Cleveland from its creation in 1670, when Barbara Palmer née Villiers, wife of Roger [Palmer], 1st Earl of Castlemaine and mistress of King Charles II, was created Baroness Nonsuch, Countess of Southampton and Duchess of Cleveland, until 1774, when on the death of the 3rd Duke of Cleveland all his titles became extinct

Stafford, Earl of (E, 1351 - forfeited 1521) - the earldom was held by the Dukes of Buckingham from 1444, when the 6th Earl of Stafford was created Duke of Buckingham, until 1521, when on the attainder of the 3rd Duke of Buckingham all his titles were forfeited

Stafford, Countess of (E, 1688 - 1694) - the earldom was conferred for life on Hon Mary Howard (née Stafford), suo jure Baroness Stafford and also Viscountess Stafford by marriage; her son was created Earl of Stafford in the same patent

Stafford, Earl of (E, 1688 - 1762)

Stamford, Earl of (E, 1628 - 1976)

Strafford, Earl of (E, 1640 - attainted 1641 - attainder reversed 1662 - extinct 1695)

Strafford, Earl of (E, 1641 - 1695) - six months after the execution of the 1st Earl of Strafford (cr. 1640) in 1641, his son was granted all the titles of his late father; in 1662 the attainder of his father was reversed and consequently the 1st Earl of Strafford of the second creation became also the 2nd Earl of Strafford of the first creation; with the exception of the Barony of Raby all his titles became extinct on his death in 1695

Suffolk, Earl of (E, c. 1067 - 1069)

Suffolk, Earl of (E, c. 1069 - forfeited 1075)

Suffolk, Earl of (E, 1337 - 1382)

Suffolk, Earl of (E, 1385 - forfeited 1504)

Sunderland, Earl of (E, 1627 - 1630)

Surrey, Earl of (E, 1088 - forfeited 1397)

Surrey, Earl of (E, 1400 - 1415)

Surrey, Earl of (E, 1451 - 1476)

Sussex, Earl of (E, 1141 - 1243)

Sussex, Earl of (E, 1529 - 1643)

Sussex, Earl of (E, 1644 - 1671)

Sussex, Earl of (E, 1674 - 1715)

 

Tankerville, Earl of (E, 1695 - 1701)

Thanet, Earl of (E, 1628 - 1849)

Torrington, Earl of (E, 1660 - 1688) - the earldom was held by the Dukes of Albemarle from 1660, when General Monck was created Earl of Torrington, Duke of Albemarle, etc., until 1688, when on the death of the 2nd Duke of Albemarle all his titles became extinct

Torrington, Earl of (E, 1689 - 1716)

Totness, Earl of (E, 1626 - 1629)

Tynemouth, Earl of (E, 1686/7 - attainted 1695) - the earldom was held by the 1st Duke of Berwick-upon-Tweed from its creation in 1686/7 when he was created Baron Bosworth, Earl of Tynemouth and Duke of Berwick-upon-Tweed, until his attainder in 1695, when all his English titles were forfeited

 

Warrington, Earl of (E, 1690 - 1758)

Warwick, Earl of (E, 1088 - 1446)

Warwick, Earl of (E, 1450 - forfeited 1539)

Warwick, Earl of (E, 1561 - 1590)

Warwick, Earl of (E, 1618 - 1759)

Westmorland, Earl of (E, 1397 - forfeited 1571)

Wharton, Earl of (E, 1706 - forfeited 1729) - the earldom was held by the Marquesses of Wharton from 1715, when the 1st Earl of Wharton was created Marquess of Wharton, and by the 1st Duke of Wharton from 1718, when as 2nd Marquess of Wharton, he was created Duke of Wharton, until his outlawry for high treason in 1729, when all his titles became forfeited

Wiltshire, Earl of (E, 1139 - 1141)

Wiltshire, Earl of (E, 1143 - 1348)

Wiltshire, Earl of (E, 1397 - 1399)

Wiltshire, Earl of (E, 1449 - 1461)

Wiltshire, Earl of (E, 1470 - 1499)

Wiltshire, Earl of (E, 1510 - 1523)

Wiltshire, Earl of (E, 1529 - 1539)

Winchester, Earl of (E, 1207 - 1264)

Winchester, Earl of (E, 1322 - forfeited 1326)

Winchester, Earl of (E, 1472 - 1500)

Worcester, Earl of (E, 1138 - 1161)

Worcester, Earl of (E, 1397 - forfeited 1403)

Worcester, Earl of (E, 1421 - 1422)

Worcester, Earl of (E, 1449 - 1485)

 

Yarmouth, Earl of (E,1679 - 1732)

 

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