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Current Scottish Lordships

 

Abercorn, Lord (S, 1603) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Abercorn since 1606, when the 1st Lord Abercorn was created Lord of Paisley, Hamilton, Mountcastell and Kilpatrick, and Earl of Abercorn, by the Marquesses of Abercorn since 1790, when the 9th Earl of Abercorn was created Marquess of Abercorn, and by the Dukes of Abercorn since 1868, when the 2nd Marquess of Abercorn was created Marquess of Hamilton and Duke of Abercorn

Abernethy and Jedburgh Forest, Lord (S, 1633) - the lordship has been held by the Dukes of Hamilton since 1761, when the 7th Duke of Hamilton inherited the Lordship of Abernethy and Jedburgh Forest, the Earldom of Angus and the Marquessate of Douglas

Abernethy and Strathearn, Lord (S, 1561/2) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Moray since 1562, when the 1st Earl of Moray was created Lord of Abernethy and Strathearn and Earl of Moray

Aberuthven, Mugdock and Fintrie, Lord (S, 1707) - the lordship has been held by the Dukes of Montrose since 1707, when the 4th Marquess of Montrose was created Lord Aberuthven, Mugdock and Fintry, Viscount of Dundaff, Earl of Kincardine, Marquess of Graham and Buchanan, and Duke of Montrose

Auchterhouse, Lord (S, 1469) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Buchan since 1469, when the 1st Earl of Buchan was created Lord Auchterhouse and Earl of Buchan

Aven and Innerdale, Lord (S, 1643) - the lordship has been held by the Dukes of Hamilton since 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

 

Balfour of Burleigh, Lord (S, 1607)

Balgonie, Lord (S, 1641) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Leven since 1641, when the 1st Earl of Leven was created Lord Balgonie and Earl of Leven

Balniel, Lord (S, 1650/1) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Balcarres since 1651, when the 2nd Lord Lindsay of Balcarres was created Lord Balniel and Earl of Balcarres, and by the Earls of Crawford since 1808, when the 6th Earl of Balcarres inherited the more senior Earldom of Crawford

Balvaird, Lord (S, 1641) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts Stormont since 1658, when the 2nd Lord Balvaird inherited the Viscountcy of Stormont, and by the Earls of Mansfield (cr. 1792) since 1793, when the 7th Viscount Stormont inherited the Earldom of Mansfield (cr. 1792)

Belhaven and Stenton, Lord (S, 1647)

Berriedale, Lord (S, 1469) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Caithness since 1469, when the 1st Earl of Caithness was created Lord Berriedale

Binning, Lord (S, 1613) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Haddington since 1619, when the 1st Lord Binning was created Lord Byres and Binning and Earl of Melrose (changed for the Earldom of Haddington in 1627)

Borthwick, Lord (S, 1452)

Boyle of Kelburn, Stewartoun, Cumbrae, Finnick, Largs and Dalry, Lord (S, 1699) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Glasgow since 1703, when the 1st Lord Boyle of Kelburn, Stewartoun, Cumbrae, Finnick, Largs and Dalry was created Lord Boyle of Stewartoun, Cumraes, Fenwick, Largs and Dalry, Viscount of Kelburn and Earl of Glasgow

Boyle of Stewartoun, Cumbraes, Fenwick, Largs and Dalry, Lord (S, 1703) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Glasgow since 1703, when the 1st Lord Boyle of Kelburn, Stewartoun, Cumbrae, Finnick, Largs and Dalry was created Lord Boyle of Stewartoun, Cumraes, Fenwick, Largs and Dalry, Viscount of Kelburn and Earl of Glasgow

Bruce of Kinloss, Lord (S, 1608) - the lordship has been held by the Lords Kinloss since 1608, when the 1st Lord Kinloss was created Lord Bruce of Kinloss, and by the Earls of Elgin since 1633, when the 3rd Lord Kinloss was created Lord Bruce of Kinloss and Earl of Elgin

Bruce of Torry, Lord (S, 1647) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Kincardine since 1647, when the 1st Earl of Kincardine was created Lord Bruce of Torry and Earl of Kincardine, and by the Earls of Elgin since 1747, when the 9th Earl of Kincardine inherited the more senior Earldom of Elgin

Byres and Binning, Lord (S, 1619) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Haddington since 1619, when the 1st Lord Binning was created Lord Byres and Binning and Earl of Melrose (changed for the Earldom of Haddington in 1627)

 

Campbell, Lord (S, c.1445) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Argyll since 1457, when the 2nd Lord Campbell was created Earl of Argyll, and by the Dukes of Argyll since 1701, when the 10th Earl of Argyll was created Lord of Inverary, Mull, Moreen and Tirie, Viscount Lochaw and Glenyla, Earl of Campbell and Cowall, Marquess of Kintyre and Lorne, and Duke of Argyll

Campbell of Loudoun, Lord (S, 1601) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Loudoun since 1633, when the 2nd Lord Campbell of Loudoun was created Lord Tarrinzean and Mauchline and Earl of Loudoun

Cardross, Lord (S, 1610) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Buchan since 1695, when the 4th Lord Cardross inherited the Earldom of Buchan

Carnegie, Lord (S, 1616) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Southesk since 1633, when the 1st Lord Carnegie was created Earl of Southesk, and by the Dukes of Fife since 1992, when the 3rd Duke of Fife succeeded his father as 12th Earl of Southesk

Cary, Lord (S, 1620) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts of Falkland since 1620, when the 1st Viscount of Falkland was created Lord Cary and Viscount of Falkland

Cathcart, Lord (S, c. 1452) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts Cathcart since 1807, when the 10th Lord Cathcart was created Baron Greenock and Viscount Cathcart, and by the Earls Cathcart since 1814, when the 1st Viscount Cathcart was created Earl Cathcart

Cochrane of Dundonald, Lord (S, 1647) - the lordship has been held held by the Earls of Dundonald since 1669, when the 1st Lord Cochrane of Dundonald was created Lord Cochrane of Paisley and Ochiltree and Earl of Dundonald

Cochrane of Paisley and Ochiltree, Lord (S, 1669) - the lordship has been held held by the Earls of Dundonald since 1669, when the 1st Lord Cochrane of Dundonald was created Lord Cochrane of Paisley and Ochiltree and Earl of Dundonald

Colville of Culross, Lord (S, 1604) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts Colville of Culross since 1902, when the 10th Lord Colville of Culross was created Viscount Colville of Culross

Crichton of Sanquhar, Lord (S, 1487/8) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts of Ayr since 1622, when the 9th Lord Crichton of Sanquhar was created Viscount of Ayr, and by the Earls of Dumfries since 1633, when the 1st Viscount of Ayr was created Earl of Dumfries, and by the Marquesses of Bute since 1804, when the 7th Earl of Dumfries inherited the Marquessate of Bute

Crichton of Sanquhar and Cumnock, Lord (S, 1633) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Dumfries since its creation in 1633, when the 1st Viscount of Ayr was created Lord Crichton of Sanquhar and Cumnock and Earl of Dumfries, and by the Marquesses of Bute since 1804, when the 7th Earl of Dumfries inherited the Marquessate of Bute

 

Daer and Shortcleuch, Lord (S, 1646 - disclaimed 1994) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Selkirk since 1646, when the 1st Earl of Selkirk was created Lord Daer and Shortcleuch and Earl of Selkirk

Dalmeny and Primrose, Lord (S, 1703) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Rosebery since 1703, when the 1st Viscount of Rosebery was created Lord Dalmeney and Primrose, Viscount of Inverkeithing and Earl of Rosebery

Dechmont, Lord (S, 1696) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Orkney since 1696, when the 1st Earl of Orkney was created Lord Dechmont, Viscount Kirkwall and Earl of Orkney

Dingwall, Lord (S, 1609)

Dirleton, Lord (S, 1606) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts Fentoun since 1606, when the 1st Lord Erskine of Dirleton was created Lord Dirleton and Viscount Fentoun, and by the Earls of Kellie since 1619, when the 1st Viscount Fentoun was created Earl of Kellie, and by the Earls of Mar (cr. 1565) since 1875, when the claim by the 13th Earl of Kellie to the Earldom of Mar (cr. 1565) was allowed by the House of Lords

Douglas of Hawick and Tibbers, Lord (S, 1628) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts Drumlanrig since 1628, when the 1st Viscount Drumlanrig was created Lord Douglas of Hawick and Tibbers and Viscount Drumlanrig, and by the Earls of Queensberry since 1633, when the 1st Viscount Drumlanrig was created Earl of Queensberry, and by the Marquesses of Queensberry since 1682, when the 3rd Earl of Queensberry was created Lord Douglas of Kilmount, Middlebie and Dornock, Viscount Nith, Torthorwald and Ross, Earl of Drumlanrig and Sanquhar, and Marquess of Queensberry, and by the Dukes of Queensberry between 1684, when the 1st Marquess of Queensberry was created Marquess of Dumfriesshire and Duke of Queensberry, and 1810, when on the death of the 4th Duke of Queensberry without immediate male heirs, the Dukedom of Queensberry passed to the heir of line descended from a daughter of the 2nd Duke of Queensberry, and the Marquessate of Queensberry passed to the heir male descended from a younger son of the 1st Earl of Queensberry

Douglas of Kilmount, Middlebie and Dornock, Lord (S, 1706) - the lordship has held by the Dukes of Buccleuch since 1810, when the 3rd Duke of Buccleuch inherited the Lordship of Douglas of Kinmount, Middlebie and Dornock, the Viscountcy of Nith, Thorolwold and Ross, the Earldom of Drumlanrig and Sanquhar, the Marquessate of Dumfriesshire, and the Dukedom of Queensberry

Douglas of Neidpath, Lyne and Munard, Lord (S, 1697) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of March since 1697, when the 1st Earl of March was created Lord Douglas of Neidpath, Lyne and Munard, Viscount Peebles and Earl of March, by the Dukes of Queensberry since 1748, when the 3rd Earl of March inherited the Dukedom of Queensberry, and by the Earls of Wemyss since 1810, when the 4th Duke of Queensberry died childless and the 8th Earl of Wemyss inherited the Earldom of March

Doune, Lord (S, 1581) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Moray since 1590, when the 2nd Earl of Moray succeeded his father as 2nd Lord Doune

Drummond, Lord (S, 1487/8) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Perth since 1605, when the 4th Lord Drummond of Cargill was created Earl of Perth

Drummond of Cromlix, Lord (S, 1686) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts Strathallan since 1686, when the 4th Lord Maderty was created Lord Drummond of Cromlix and Viscount Strathallan, and by the Earls of Perth since 1902, when the 11th Viscount Strathallan succeeded his kinsman as 15th Earl of Perth

Dunglass, Lord (S, 1604/5) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Home since 1604/5, when the 1st Earl of Home was created Lord Dunglass and Earl of Home

 

Elcho and Methil, Lord (S, 1633) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Wemyss since 1633 when the 1st Lord Wemyss of Elcho was created Lord Elcho and Methil and Earl of Wemyss

Elibank, Lord (S, 1642/3)

Elphinstone, Lord (S, 1509/10)

Erskine, Lord (S, c.1429) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Mar (cr. 1114) since 1438, when the 1st Lord Erskine was confirmed as 13th Earl of Mar, until 1866, when the Earldom of Mar (cr. 1114) passed to the heir of line, and the Lordship of Erskine passed to the heir male, the 12th Earl of Kellie and 10th Earl of Mar (cr. 1565), with whose descendants it has remained

Erskine of Dirleton, Lord (S, c.1603) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts Fentoun since 1606, when the 1st Lord Erskine of Dirleton was created Lord Dirleton and Viscount Fentoun, and by the Earls of Kellie since 1619, when the 1st Viscount Fentoun was created Earl of Kellie, and by the Earls of Mar (cr. 1565) since 1875, when the claim by the 13th Earl of Kellie to the Earldom of Mar (cr. 1565) was allowed by the House of Lords

 

Fairfax of Cameron, Lord (S, 1627)

Forbes, Lord (S, 1442)

Forrester of Corstorphine, Lord (S, 1633) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts Grimston in the Peerage of Ireland since 1809, when the 10th Lord Forrester of Corstorphine succeeded as 4th Viscount Grimston, and by the Earls of Verulam since 1815, when the 4th Viscount Grimston was created Viscount Grimston in the Peerage of the United Kingdom and Earl of Verulam

 

Garioch, Lord (S, 1320) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Mar (cr. 1114) since 1320, when the 9th Earl of Mar was created Lord Garioch

Garlies, Lord (S, 1607) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Galloway since 1623, when the 1st Lord Garlies was created Earl of Galloway

Glamis, Lord (S, 1445) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Strathmore and Kinghorne since 1606, when the 9th Lord Glamis was created Earl of Kinghorne

Glamis, Tannadyce, Sidlaw and Strathdichtie, Lord (S, 1677) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Strathmore and Kinghorne since 1677, when the 3rd Earl of Kinghorne obtained a charter styling him, his heirs male or his heirs whatsoever "Earls of Strathmore and Kinghorne, Viscounts Lyon, Lords Glamis, Tannadyce, Sidlaw, and Strathdichtie"

Glenluce and Stranraer, Lord (S, 1690) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts of Stair since 1690, when the 1st Viscount of Stair was created Lord Glenluce and Stranraer and Viscount of Stair, and by the Earls of Stair since 1703, when the 2nd Viscount of Stair was created Lord Newliston, Glenluce and Stranraer, Viscount Dalrymple and Earl of Stair

Gordon of Badenoch, Lord (S, 1599) - the lordship has been held by the Marquesses of Huntly since 1599, when the 6th Earl of Huntly was created Lord Gordon of Badenoch, Earl of Enzie and Marquess of Huntly

Gordon of Strathavon and Glenlivet, Lord (S, 1660) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Aboyne since 1660, when the 1st Earl of Aboyne was created Lord Gordon of Strathavon and Glenlivet and Earl of Aboyne, and by the Marquesses of Huntly since 1836, when the 5th Earl of Aboyne succeeded his kinsman the 5th Duke of Gordon as 9th Marquess of Huntly

Graham, Lord (S, 1445) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Montrose since 1504/5, when the 3rd Lord Graham was created Earl of Montrose, and by the Marquesses of Montrose since 1644, when the 5th Earl of Montrose was created Lord Graham and Mugdock, Earl of Kincardine and Marquess of Montrose, and by the Dukes of Montrose since 1707, when the 4th Marquess of Montrose was created Lord Aberuthven, Mugdock and Fintrie, Viscount of Dundaff, Marquess of Graham and Buchanan and Duke of Montrose

Graham and Mugdock, Lord (S, 1644) - the lordship has been held by the Marquesses of Montrose since 1644, when the 5th Earl of Montrose was created Lord Graham and Mugdock, Earl of Kincardine and Marquess of Montrose, and by the Dukes of Montrose since 1707, when the 4th Marquess of Montrose was created Lord Aberuthven, Mugdock and Fintrie, Viscount of Dundaff, Marquess of Graham and Buchanan and Duke of Montrose

Gray, Lord (S, c.1445)

 

Haddo, Methlic, Tarves and Kellie, Lord (S, 1682) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Aberdeen since 1682, when the 1st Earl of Aberdeen was created Lord Haddo, Methlic, Tarves and Kellie, Viscount Formentine and Earl of Aberdeen, and by the Marquesses of Aberdeen and Temair since 1916, when the 7th Earl of Aberdeen was created Earl of Haddo and Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair

Hay, Lord (S, c.1429) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Erroll since 1452/3 when the 1st Lord Hay was created Lord Slains and Earl of Erroll

Hay of Kinfauns, Lord (S, 1627) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts Dupplin since 1627, when the 1st Viscount Dupplin was created Lord Hay of Kinfauns and Viscount Dupplin, and by the Earls of Kinnoull since 1633, when the 1st Viscount Dupplin was created Earl of Kinnoull

Hay of Yester, Lord (S, 1487/88) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Tweeddale since 1646, when the 8th Lord Hay of Yester was created Lord Hay of Yester and Earl of Tweeddale, and by the Marquesses of Tweeddale since 1694, when the 2nd Earl of Tweeddale was created Lord of Hay of Yester , Viscount Walden, Earl of Gifford and Marquess of Tweeddale

Herries of Terregles, Lord (S, 1489/90)

Home, Lord (S, 1473) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Home since 1604/5, when the 6th Lord Home was created Lord Dunglass and Earl of Home

Hope, Lord (S, 1703) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Hopetoun since 1703, when the 1st Earl of Hopetoun was created Lord Hope, Viscount Aithrie and Earl of Hopetoun, and by the Marquesses of Linlithgow since 1902, when the 7th Earl of Hopetoun was created Marquess of Linlithgow

Huntingtower, Lord (S, 1643) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Dysart since 1643, when the 1st Earl of Dysart was created Lord Huntingtower and Earl of Dysart

 

Inverary, Mull, Morvern and Tirie, Lord (S, 1701) - the lordship has been held by the Dukes of Argyll since 1701, when the 10th Earl of Argyll was created Lord of Inverary, Mull, Moreen and Tirie, Viscount Lochaw and Glenyla, Earl of Campbell and Cowall, Marquess of Kintyre and Lorne, and Duke of  Argyll

Inverbervie, Lord (S, 1641) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts of Arbuthnott since 1641 when the 1st Viscount of Arbuthnott was created Lord Inverbervie and Viscount of Arbuthnott

Inverkeithing, Lord (S, 1660) - the lordship has been held by the Earl of Dundee since 1660, when the 3rd Viscount Dudhope was created Lord Inverkeithing and Earl of Dundee

 

Jedburgh, Lord (S, 1621/22) - the lordship has been held by the Marquesses of Lothian since 1703, when the 5th Lord Jedburgh succeeded his father as 2nd Marquess of Lothian

Johnstone of Lochwood, Moffatdale and Evandale, Lord (S, 1662) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Annandale and Hartfell since 1662, when the 1st Earl of Annandale and Hartfell was created Lord Johnstone of Lochwood, Moffatdale and Evandale and Earl of Annandale and Hartfell

 

Keith of Inverurie and Keith Hall, Lord (S, 1677) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Kintore since 1677, when the 1st Earl of Kintore was created Lord Keith of Inverurie and Keith Hall and Earl of Kintore

Kennedy, Lord (S, c.1457) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Cassillis since 1509, when the 3rd Lord Kennedy was created Earl of Cassillis, and by the Marquesses of Ailsa since 1831, when the 12th Earl of Cassillis was created Marquess of Ailsa

Ker of Cessford and Cavertoun, Lord (S, 1616) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Roxburghe since 1616, when the 1st Lord Roxburghe was created Lord Ker of Cessford and Cavertoun and Earl of Roxburghe, and by the Dukes of Roxburghe since 1707, when the 5th Earl of Roxburghe was created Lord Ker of Cessford and Overton, Viscount Broxmouth, Earl of Kelso, Marquess of Bowmont and Cessford and Duke of Roxburghe

Ker of Cessford and Overton, Lord (S, 1707) - the lordship has been held by the Dukes of Roxburghe since 1707, when the 5th Earl of Roxburghe was created Lord Ker of Cessford and Overton, Viscount Broxmouth, Earl of Kelso, Marquess of Bowmont and Cessford and Duke of Roxburghe

Ker of Newbottle, Oxnam, Jedburgh, Dolphinstoun and Nisbet, Lord (S, 1701) - the Lordship has been held by the Marquess of Lothian since 1701, when the 2nd Earl of Lothian was created Lord Ker of Newbottle, Oxnam, Jedburgh, Dolphinstoun and Nisbet, Viscount of Briene and Marquess of Lothian

Kerr of Nisbet, Longnewtoun and Dolphinstoun, Lord (S, 1633) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Ancram since 1633, when the 1st Earl of Ancram was created Lord Kerr of Nisbet, Longnewtoun and Dolphinstoun and Earl of Ancram, and by the Marquesses of Lothian since 1690, when the 1st Marquess of Lothian succeeded his uncle of the half0blood as 3rd Earl of Ancram

Kilbirnie, Kingsburn and Drumry, Lord (S, 1703) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts Garnock since 1703, when the 1st Viscount Garnock was created Lord Kilbirnie, Kingsburn and Drumry and Viscount Garnock, by the Earls of Crawford between 1749, when the 4th Viscount Garnock succeeded his kinsman as 21st Earl of Crawford and 5th Earl of Lindsay, and 1808, when on the death without issue of the 22nd Earl of Crawford the Earldoms of Lindsey and Crawford separated, with the Earldom of Crawford passing to the 6th Earl of Balcarres

Kinloss, Lord (S, 1601/2)

Kintyre, Lord (S, 1626) - the lordship was held by the 1st Earl of Irvine from 1642, when the 1st Lord Kintyre was created Lord Lundie and Earl of Irvine; on his death in 1645 the Lordship of Lundie and the Earldom of Irvine became extinct, but the Lordship of Kintyre passed to his elder half-brother, the 1st Marquess of Argyll, and his descendants; the lordship is currently held by the Duke of Argyll

 

Leslie and Ballinbreich, Lord (S, 1445) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Rothes since 1457/8, when the 1st Lord Leslie and Ballinbreich was created Earl of Rothes

Levingston of Flacraig, Lord (S, 1660) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Newburgh since 1660, when the 1st Viscount of Newburgh was created Lord Levingston of Flacraig, Viscount of Kynnaird and Earl of Newburgh

Lindsay of Balcarres, Lord (S, 1633) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Balcarres since 1651, when the 2nd Lord Lindsay of Balcarres was created Lord Lindsay and Balniel and Earl of Balcarres, and by the Earls of Crawford since 1808, when the 6th Earl of Balcarres inherited the more senior Earldom of Crawford

Lindsay of the Byres, Lord (S, 1445) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Lindsay since 1633, when the 10th Lord Lindsay of the Byres was created Lord Parbroath and Earl of Lindsay

Lindsay of Crawford, Lord (S, ????) - the 3rd Earl of Crawford was styled Lord Lindsay in 1443. There is no record of the creation of the Lordship of Lindsay, but it has been borne by the Earls of Crawford ever since, and was allowed to them by the House of Lords in 1848.

Lorne, Lord (S, 1439) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Argyll since 1469, when the 3rd Lord Lorne resigned the lordship to his nephew-in-law, the 1st Earl of Argyll, and by the Dukes of Argyll since 1701, when the 10th Earl of Argyll was created Lord of Inverary, Mull, Moreen and Tirie, Viscount Lochaw and Glenyla, Earl of Campbell and Cowall, Marquess of Kintyre and Lorne, and Duke of Argyll

Lovat, Lord (S, 1457/64)

 

Machanshire and Polmont, Lord (S, 1639) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Lanark since 1639, when the 1st Earl of Lanark was created Lord Machanshire and Polmont and Earl of Lanark, and by the Dukes of Hamilton since 1648/9, when the 1st Earl of Lanark succeeded his brother as 2nd Duke of Hamilton

Maderty, Lord (S, 1609) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts Strathallan since 1686, when the 4th Lord Maderty was created Lord Drummond of Cromlix and Viscount Strathallan, and by the Earls of Perth since 1902, when the 11th Viscount Strathallan succeeded his kinsman as 15th Earl of Perth

Maitland, Lord (S, 1590) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts Lauderdale since 1616, when the 2nd Lord Maitland was created Viscount Lauderdale, and by the Earls of Lauderdale since 1624, when the 1st Viscount Lauderdale was created Lord Thirlestane and Boltoun, Viscount Maitland and Earl of Lauderdale, and by the 1st and last Duke of Lauderdale between 1672, when the 2nd Earl of Lauderdale was created Lord Thirlestane, Musselburgh and Boultoun, Viscount Maitland, Earl of Lauderdale, Marquess of March and Duke of Lauderdale, and 1682, when he died without male heirs of his body and the Earldom of Lauderdale was inherited by his brother

Makgill of Coursland, Lord (S, 1651) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts of Oxfuird since 1651, when the 1st Viscount of Oxfuird was created Lord Makgill of Coursland and Viscount of Oxfuird

Melville of Monymaill, Lord (S, 1616) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Melville since 1690, when the 4th Lord Melville of Moneymaill was created Lord Raith, Monymaill and Balwearie, Viscount of Kirkaldie and Earl of Melville, and by the Earls of Leven since 1707, when the 5th Earl of Leven inherited the Earldom of Melville

Montgomerie, Lord (S, 1448/9) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Eglinton since 1507/8, when the 2nd Lord Montgomerie was created Earl of Eglinton

Mount Stuart, Cumra and Inchmarnock, Lord (S, 1703) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Bute since 1703, when the 1st Earl of Bute was created Lord Mount Stewart, Cumra and Inchmarnock, Viscount Kingarth and Earl of Bute, and by the Marquesses of Bute since 1796, when the 4th Earl of Bute was created Viscount Mountjoy, Earl of Windsor and Marquess of Bute

Murray of Blair, Moulin and Tillimet, Lord (S, 1686) - the lordship has been held by the Earl of Dunmore since 1686, when the 1st Earl of Dunmore was created Lord Murray of Blair, Moulin and Tillimet, Viscount Fincastle and Earl of Dunmore

Murray of Tullibardine, Lord (S, 1604) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Tullibardine since 1604, when the 1st Earl of Tullibardine was created Lord Murray of Tullibardine and Earl of Tullibardine, and by the Earls of Atholl since 1670, when the 2nd Earl of Atholl inherited the junior Earldom of Tullibardine, and by the Marquesses of Atholl since 1676, when the 2nd Earl of Atholl was created Lord Murray, Balveny and Gask, Viscount Balquhidder and Marquess of Atholl, and by the Dukes of Atholl since 1703, when the 2nd Marquess of Atholl was created Viscount Glenalmond and Glenlyon, Earl of Strathtay and Strathardle, Marquess of Tullibardine and Duke of Atholl

Murray, Balveny and Gask, Lord (S, 1676) - the lordship has been held by the Dukes of Atholl since 1703, when the 2nd Marquess of Atholl was created Lord Murray, Balvenie and Gask, Viscount Balquhidder, Glenalmond and Glenlyon, Earl of Strathtay and Strathardle, Marquess of Tullibardine and Duke of Atholl

 

Nairne, Lord (S, 1681) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts Mersey since 1995, when the 4th Viscount Mersey succeeded his mother as 13th Lord Nairne

Napier of Merchistoun, Lord (S, 1627)

Newbottle, Lord (S, 1591) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Lothian since 1631, when the 1st Earl of Lothian redeemed the Lordship of Newbottle, and by the Marquesses of Lothian since 1701, when the 2nd Earl of Lothian was created Lord Ker of Newbottle, Oxnam, Jedburgh, Dolphinstoun and Nisbet, Viscount of Briene and Marquess of Lothian

Newliston, Glenluce and Stranraer, Lord (S, 1703) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Stair since 1703, when the 2nd Viscount of Stair was created Lord Newliston, Glenluce and Stranraer, Viscount Dalrymple and Earl of Stair

 

Ogilvy of Airlie, Lord (S, 1491) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Airlie since 1639, when the 7th Lord Ogilvy of Airlie was created Lord Ogilvy of Alyth and Lintrathen and Earl of Airlie

Ogilvy of Alyth and Lintrathen, Lord (S, 1639) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Airlie since 1639, when the 7th Lord Ogilvy of Airlie was created Lord Ogilvy of Alyth and Lintrathen and Earl of Airlie

Ogilvy of Cullen, Lord (S, 1698) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts Seafield since 1698, when the 1st Viscount Seafield was created Lord Ogilvy of Cullen and Viscount Seafield, and by the Earls of Seafield since 1701, when the 1st Viscount Seafield was created Lord Ogilvy of Deskford and Cullen, Viscount Reidhaven and Earl of Seafield, and also by the Earls of Findlater from 1711, when the 1st Earl of Seafield inherited the more senior Earldom of Findlater, until 1811, when the Earldom of Findlater became extinct on the death without issue of the 7th Earl of Findlater and the Earldom of Seafield passed to the heir of line

Ogilvy of Deskford and Cullen, Lord (S, 1701) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Seafield since 1701, when the 1st Viscount Seafield was created Lord Ogilvy of Deskford and Cullen, Viscount Reidhaven, and Earl of Seafield, and also by the Earls of Findlater from 1711, when the 1st Earl of Seafield inherited the more senior Earldom of Findlater, until 1811, when the Earldom of Findlater became extinct on the death without issue of the 7th Earl of Findlater and the Earldom of Seafield passed to the heir of line

 

Paisley, Lord (S, 1587) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Abercorn since 1621, when the 2nd Earl of Abercorn succeeded his grandfather as 2nd Lord Paisley, and by the Marquesses of Abercorn since 1790, when the 9th Earl of Abercorn was created Marquess of Abercorn, and by the Dukes of Abercorn since 1868, when the 2nd Marquess of Abercorn was created Marquess of Hamilton and Duke of Abercorn

Paisley, Hamilton, Mountcastell and Kilpatrick, Lord (S, 1606) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Abercorn since 1606, when the 1st Lord Abercorn was created Lord of Paisley, Hamilton, Mountcastell and Kilpatrick, and Earl of Abercorn, by the Marquesses of Abercorn since 1790, when the 9th Earl of Abercorn was created Marquess of Abercorn, and by the Dukes of Abercorn since 1868, when the 2nd Marquess of Abercorn was created Marquess of Hamilton and Duke of Abercorn

Parbroath, Lord (S, 1633) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Lindsay since 1633, when the 10th Lord Lindsay of the Byres was created Lord Parbroath and Earl of Lindsay

Polwarth, Lord (S, 1690)

Primrose and Dalmeny, Lord (S, 1700) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts Rosebery since 1700, when the 1st Viscount Rosebery was created Lord Primrose and Dalmeny and Viscount Rosebery, and by the Earls of Rosebery since 1703, when the 1st Viscount Rosebery was created Lord Dalmeny and Primrose, Viscount of Inverkeithing and Earl of Rosebery

 

Raith, Monymaill and Balwearie, Lord (S, 1690) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Melville since 1690, when the 4th Lord Melville of Moneymaill was created Lord Raith, Monymaill and Balwearie, Viscount of Kirkaldie and Earl of Melville, and by the Earls of Leven since 1707, when the 5th Earl of Leven inherited the Earldom of Melville

Ramsay of Dalhousie, Lord (S, 1618) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Dalhousie since 1633, when the 2nd Lord Ramsay of Dalhousie was created Lord Ramsay of Keringtoun and Earl of Dalhousie

Ramsay of Keringtoun, Lord (S, 1633) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Dalhousie since 1633, when the 2nd Lord Ramsay of Dalhousie was created Lord Ramsay of Keringtoun and Earl of Dalhousie

Reay, Lord (S, 1628)

Rollo, Lord (S, 1651)

Rosehill and Inglismaldie, Lord (S, 1639) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Northesk since 1666, when the 1st Earl of Ethie received permission to change his titles from Lord of Lour and Inglismaldie and Earl of Ethie to Lord of Rosehill and Inglismaldie and Earl of Northesk

Roxburghe, Lord (S, 1600) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Roxburghe since 1616, when the 1st Lord Roxburghe was created Lord Ker of Cessford and Cavertoun and Earl of Roxburghe, and by the Dukes of Roxburghe since 1707, when the 5th Earl of Roxburghe was created Lord Ker of Cessford and Overton, Viscount Broxmouth, Earl of Kelso, Marquess of Bowmont and Cessford and Duke of Roxburghe

Ruthven of Freeland, Lord (S, 1651)

 

Saint Colme, Lord (S, 1611) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Moray since c.1620, when the 3rd Earl of Moray succeeded his cousin as 3rd Lord Saint Colme

Saltoun of Abernethy, Lord (S, 1445)

Sanquhar, Lord (S, 1622) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts of Ayr since 1622, when the 9th Lord Crichton of Sanquhar was created Lord of Sanquhar and Viscount of Ayr, and by the Earls of Dumfries since 1633, when the 1st Viscount of Ayr was created Earl of Dumfries, and by the Marquesses of Bute since 1804, when the 7th Earl of Dumfries inherited the Marquessate of Bute

Scone, Lord (S, 1605) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts Stormont since 1621, when the 1st Lord Scone was created Viscount Stormont, and by the by the Earls of Mansfield (cr. 1792) since 1793, when the 7th Viscount Stormont inherited the Earldom of Mansfield (cr. 1792)

Scott of Buccleuch, Lord (S, 1606) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Buccleuch since 1619, when the 2nd Lord Scott of Buccleuch was created Lord Scott of Whitchester and Eskdaill and Earl of Buccleuch, and by the Dukes of Buccleuch since 1663, when the suo jure Countess of Buccleuch was created suo jure Lady Scot of Whitchester and Eskdale, Countess of Dalkeith and Duchess of Buccleuch

Scott of Whitchester and Eskdaill, Lord (S, 1619) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Buccleuch since 1619, when the 2nd Baron Scott of Buccleuch was created Lord Scott of Whitchester and Eskdaill and Earl of Buccleuch, and by the Dukes of Buccleuch since 1663, when the suo jure Countess of Buccleuch was created suo jure Lady Scot of Whitchester and Eskdaill, Countess of Dalkeith and Duchess of Buccleuch

Scrymgeour, Lord (S, 1641) - the lordship has been held by the Viscounts Dudhope since 1641, when the 1st Viscount Dudhope was created Lord Scrymgeour and Viscount Dudhope, and by the Earls of Dundee since 1660, when the 3rd Viscount Dudhope was created Lord Inverkeithing and Earl of Dundee

Sempill, Lord (S, c.1489)

Sinclair, Lord (S, c.1449)

Slains, Lord (S, 1452) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Erroll since 1452, when the 1st Lord Hay was created Lord Slains and Earl of Erroll

Strathnaver, Lord (S, 1235) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Sutherland since 1235, when the 1st Earl of Sutherland was created Lord Strathnaver and Earl of Sutherland

 

Tarrinzean and Mauchline, Lord (S, 1633) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Loudoun since 1633, when the 2nd Lord Campbell of Loudoun was created Lord Tarrinzean and Mauchline and Earl of Loudoun

Thirlestane and Boltoun, Lord (S, 1624) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Lauderdale since 1624, when the 1st Viscount Lauderdale was created Lord Thirlestane and Boltoun, Viscount Maitland and Earl of Lauderdale, and by the 1st and last Duke of Lauderdale between 1672, when the 2nd Earl of Lauderdale was created Marquess of March and Duke of Lauderdale, and 1682, when the 1st and last Duke of Lauderdale died without male heirs of his body and the Earldom of Lauderdale was inherited by his brother

Torbolton, Lord (S, 1675) - the lordship has been held by the Dukes of Richmond since 1675, when the 1st Duke of Richmond was created Lord Torbolton, Earl of Darnley and Duke of Lennox

Torphichen, Lord (S, 1563/4)

 

Wemyss of Elcho, Lord (S, 1628) - the lordship has been held by the Earls of Wemyss since 1633, when the 1st Lord Wemyss of Elcho was created Lord Elcho and Methil and Earl of Wemyss

 

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