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Extinct and Dormant English Baronies

 

(A)bergavenny, Baron  (E, 1604 - dormant 1641)

(A)bergavenny, Baron (E, after 1641 - 1662)

Alford, Baron (E, 1698 - 1754) - the barony was held by the 1st Earl of Grantham from its creation in 1698, when Henry d'Auverquerque was created Baron Alford, Viscount Boston and Earl of Grantham, until his death in 1754 when all his titles became extinct

Alington, Baron (E, 1682 - 1691) - see Baron Alington

Annesley, Baron (E, 1661 - 1761) - the barony was held by the Earls of Anglesey from 1661, when the 2nd Viscount Valentia was created Baron Annesley and Earl of Anglesey, until 1761, when the Barony of Annesley and the Earldom of Anglesey were declared to be extinct by a decision of the English House of Lords

Arundell of Trerice, Baron (E, 1663/4 - 1768)

Arundell of Wardour, Baron (E, 1605 - 1944)

Ashburnham, Baron (E, 1689 - 1924) - the barony was held by the Earls of Ashburnham from 1730, when the 3rd Baron Ashburnham was created Viscount Asaph and Earl of Ashburnham; all three titles became extinct on the death of the 6th Earl of Ashburnham in 1924

Astley, Baron (E, by writ 1295 - forfeited 1554)

Astley of Reading, Baron (E, 1644 - 1688)

Audley, Baron (E, by writ 1317 - forfeited 1521)

Audley of Stratton Audley, Barony (E, by writ 1321 - forfeited 1325/6)

Audley of Walden, Baron (E, 1538 - 1544)

 

Balliol, Baron (E, by writ 1348/9 - c.1365)

Balliol of Cavers, Baron (E, by writ 1300 - c.1311)

Bardolf, Baron (E, by writ 1298/9 - forfeited 1406)

Bayning, Baron (E, 1628 - 1638) - see Viscount Bayning

Beauchamp, Baron (created 1558/9 - extinct 1750) - the barony was held by the Earls of Hertford from 1558/9, when the 1st Earl of Hertford was created Baron Beauchamp and Earl of Hertford, by the Marquesses of Hertford 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 without immediate male heirs and the Barony of Beauchamp, the Earldom of Hertford and the Marquessate of Hertford all became extinct, leaving the Dukedom of Somerset to pass to a distant cousin descended from an elder half-brother of the 1st Earl of Hertford, both being sons of the 1st Duke of Somerset but by different wives

Beauchamp, Baron (E, 1660 - 1688) - see Duke of Albemarle

Beauchamp of Kidderminster, Baron (E, 1387 - 1420)

Beauchamp of Powick, Baron (E, 1447 - 1502/3)

Beauchamp of Warwick, Baron (E, by writ 1350 - 1360)

Belasyse, Baron (E, 1645 - 1691)

Belasyse of Osgodby, Baroness (E, 1674 - 1712/3)

Benhale, Baron (E, by writ 1360 - 1404)

Berkeley of Stratton, Baron (E, 1658 - 1773)

Blount, Baron (E, by writ 1326 - 1399/1400)

Blount, Baron (E, by writ 1329/30 - 1337)

Bonville, Baron (E, by writ 1448/9 - forfeited 1554) - see Duke of Suffolk

Bosworth, Baron (E, 1686/7 - forfeited 1695) - see Duke of Berwick-upon-Tweed

Boteler of Brantfield, Baron (E, 1628 - 1647)

Boteler of Warrington, Baron (E, by writ 1295 - c.1330)

Botetourt, Baron (E, 1664 - 1665) - see Earl of Falmouth

Bradeston, Baron (E, by writ 1347 - 1471) - see Marquess of Montagu

Brancepeth, Baron (E, 1613 - 1645) - the barony was held by the 1st Earl of Somerset from its creation in 1613, when the 1st Viscount Rochester was created Baron Brancepeth and Earl of Somerset, until the earl's death in 1645, when all his titles became extinct

Brewes, Baron (E, by writ 1348 - 1399)

Britanny, Baron (E, by writ 1305 - 1341)

Bruce of Skelton, Baron (E, 1664 - 1746/7) - the barony 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

Bruce of Whorlton, Baron (E, 1641 - 1746/7) - the barony was held by the Earls of Elgin from 1641, when the 1st Earl of Elgin was created Baron Bruce, until 1747, when on the death of the 4th Earl of Elgin the barony became extinct

Brus, Baron (E, by writ 1295 - forfeited 1306)

Buckhurst, Baron (E, 1567 - 1843) - the barony was held by the Earls of Dorset from 1604, when the 1st Baron Buckhurst was created Earl of Dorset, and 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 all the titles became extinct

Burgh, Baron (E, by writ 1327 - merged in the Crown 1460/1)

Burnell, Baron (E, by writ 1311 - 1315)

Burnell, Baron (E (Commonwealth), 1658 - 1719)

Butler, Baron (E, 1660 - forfeited 1715) - see Duke of Ormonde

Butler of Moore Park, Baron (E, by writ 1666 - forfeited 1715) - see Duke of Ormonde

Butler of Weston, Baron (E, 1673 - 1685/6) - see Earl of Arran

Butler of Weston, Baron (E, 1694 - 1758) - see Duke or Ormonde

 

Cailly, Baron (E, by writ 1309 - 1316)

Camoys, Baron (E, by writ 1313 - 1372)

Capell of Tewkesbury, Baron (E, 1692 - 1696)

Carew, Baron (E, 1605 - 1629) - the barony was held by the 1st Earl of Totness from 1626, when the 1st Baron Carew was created Earl of Totness, until the earl's death in 1629, when both his titles became extinct

Carey, Baron (E, 1622 - 1661) - the barony was held by the Earls of Monmouth from 1626, when the 1st Baron Carey was created Earl of Monmouth, until 1661, when on the death of the 2nd Earl of Monmouth both his titles became extinct

Carleton, Baron (E, 1626 - 1632) - the barony was held by the 1st Viscount Dorchester from 1628, when the 1st Baron Carleton was created Viscount Dorchester, until his death in 1632, when both titles became extinct

Carr, Baron (E, 1613 - 1645)

Carrington of Wooton, Baron (E, 1643 - 1706) - see Viscount Carrington

Carteret, Baron (E, 1681 - 1776) - the barony was held by the Earls Granville from 1744, when the 2nd Baron Carteret succeeded his mother as 2nd Earl Granville, until 1776, when on the death of the 3rd Earl Granville all his titles became extinct

Cauntelo, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - 1375)

Cavendish of Bolsover, Baron (E, 1627/8 - 1691) - see Duke of Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Cecil of Putney, Baron (E, 1625 - 1638) - see Viscount Wimbledon

Chandos, Baron (E, 1554 - 1789) - the barony was held by the Earls of Carnarvon from 1714, when the 9th Baron Chandos was created Viscount Wilton and Earl of Carnarvon, and by the Dukes of Chandos from 1719, when the 1st Earl of Carnarvon was created Marquess of Carnarvon and Duke of Chandos, until 1789, when on the death of the 3rd Duke of Chandos all the titles became extinct

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

Chesterford, Baron (E, 1706 - 1722) - see Earl of Bindon

Cheyne, Baron (E, by writ 1487 - 1499)

Cheyne of Toddington, Baron (E, by writ 1572 - 1587)

Cholmondeley, Baron (E, 1645 - 1659) - the barony was held by the 1st Viscount Cholmondeley from its creation in 1645 his death in 1659, when all his titles became extinct

Clare, Baron (E, by writ 1309 - 1318)

Clavering, Baron (E, by writ 1295 - 1331/2)

Clifford of Lanesborough, Baron (E, 1644 - 1753) - the barony was held by the Earls of Cork from 1644, when the 2nd Earl of Cork was created Baron Clifford of Lanesborough, until the death of the 4th Earl of Cork in 1753 without an immediate male heir, when the Barony of Clifford of Lanesborough became extinct and the Earldom of Cork passed to a kinsman

Clinton, Baron (E, by writ 1330 - 1354) - see Earl of Huntingdon

Cobham, Baron (E, by writ 1324 - c.1378)

Cobham, Baron (E, by writ 1347 - 1403)

Cobham, Baron (E, 1644/5 - 1660)

Colepeper, Baron (E, 1644 - 1725)

Coleville, Baron (E, by writ 1348 - 1369)

Columbiers, Baron (E, by writ 1314 - 1341/2)

Conway, Baron (E, 1625 - 1683) - the barony was held by the Viscounts Conway from 1627, when the 1st Baron Conway was created Viscount Conway, and by the 1st Earl of Conway from 1679, when the 3rd Viscount Conway was created Earl of Conway, until his death in 1683, when all his titles became extinct

Corbet, Baron (E, by writ 1295 - c.1347)

Cornewalle, Baron (E, by writ 1433 - 1443)

Cornwallis, Baron (E, 1661 - 1852) - the barony was held by the Earls Cornwallis from 1753, when the 5th Baron Cornwallis was created Viscount Brome and Earl Cornwallis, until 1852, when on the death of the 5th Earl Cornwallis all the titles became extinct (the barony had briefly been held by the Marquesses Cornwallis between 1792 and 1823)

Cottington, Baron (E, 1631 - 1652)

Coventry, Baron (E, 1628 - 1719)

Cowper, Baron (E, 1706 - 1905) - see Earl Cowper

Cranfield, Baron (E, 1621 - 1674) - the barony was held by the Earls of Middlesex from 1622, when the 1st Baron Cranfield was created Earl of Middlesex, until 1674, when on the death of the 3rd Earl of Cranfield both his titles became extinct

Cranfield, Baron (E, 1675 - 1843) - the barony was held by the 1st Earl of Middlesex from 1675, when he was created Baron Cranfield and Earl of Middlesex, and 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

Craven, Baron (E, 1626/7 - 1697) - see Earl of Craven

Craven of Ryton, Baron (E, 1642/3 - 1647/8)

Creting, Baron (E, by writ 1332 - c.1332)

Crewe, Baron (E, 1661 - 1721)

Crofts, Baron (E, 1658 - 1677)

Cromwell, Baron (E, 1308 - c. 1335)

Cromwell, Baron (E, 1461 - 1471)

Cromwell, Baron (E, 1536 - forfeited 1540) - see Earl of Essex

Cromwell, Baron (E, 1540 - 1687) - the barony was held by the 1st Viscount Lecale from 1624, when the 4th Baron Cromwell was created Viscount Lecale, until 1645, when the 1st Viscount Lecale was further created Earl of Ardglass, and by the Earls of Ardglass until 1687, when on the death of the 4th Earl of Ardglass all his titles became extinct

 

Dacre of Gilsland, Baron (E, by writ 1459 - forfeited 1461)

Damory, Baron (E, by writ 1317 - forfeited 1406) - See Baron Bardolf

Damory, Baron (E, by writ 1326 - 1375)

Danvers, Baron (E, 1603 - 1644) - the barony was held by the 1st Earl of Danby from 1626, when the 1st Baron Danvers was created Earl of Danby, until his death in 1644 when both titles became extinct

Darcy of Aston, Baron (E, 1548 - 1635)

Darcy of Chiche, Baron (E, 1551 - 1640) - the barony was held by the 1st Viscount Colchester from 1621, when the 3rd Baron Darcy was created Viscount Colchester, and by the 1st Earl Rivers from 1626, when the 1st Viscount Colchester was created Earl Rivers, until the death of the earl in 1640 when the Barony of Darcy became extinct

Darcy of Darcy or of Temple Hurst, Baron (E, by writ 1509 - forfeited 1537)

Darlington, Baroness (E, 1686 - 1717) - the barony was held by the Countess of Dorchester from its creation in 1686, when Catherine Sedley, mistress of James, Duke of York, was created Baroness of Darlington and Countess of Dorchester for life, until her death in 1717, when both titles became extinct

Dartmouth, Baron (E, 1675 - 1680) - the barony was held by the 1st Earl of Plymouth from its creation in 1686, when Charles FitzCharles, illegitimate son of King Charles II, was created Baron Dartmouth, Viscount Totnes and Earl of Plymouth, until his death in 1680, when all his titles became extinct

Daubeney, Baron (E, 1486 - 1548) - the barony was held by the 1st Earl of Bridgewater from 1538, when the 2nd Baron Daubeney was created Earl of Bridgewater, until his death in 1548, when both titles became extinct

Dauntsey, Baron (E, 1644 - 1667)

Dauntsey, Baron (E, 1667 - 1671)

Deincourt, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - forfeited 1485) - See Baron Lovell

Deincourt, Baron (E, 1624 - 1736) - the barony was held by the Earls of Scarsdale from 1645, when the 1st Baron Deincourt was created Earl of Scarsdale, until 1736, when on the death of the 4th Earl of Scarsdale all his titles became extinct

de la Beche, Baron (E, by writ 1342 - 1347)

de la Mare, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - 1394) - See Baron Orreby

Delamer, Baron (E, 1661 - 1770)

de la Pole, Baron (E, by writ 1384 - forfeited 1504) - the barony was held by the Earls of Suffolk (Dukes of Suffolk from 1448 to 1493) from 1385, when the 1st Baron de la Pole was created Earl of Suffolk, until the attainder of the 6th Earl of Suffolk in 1504, when all his titles were forfeited

Denbigh, Baron (E, 1564 - 1588) - the barony was held by the 1st Earl of Leicester from its creation in 1564, when Sir Robert Dudley KG was created Baron Denbigh and Earl of Leicester, until his death in 1588, when all his titles became extinct

Denny, Baron (E, by writ 1604 - 1660)

Deverois, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - dormant 1385)

Digby, Baron (E, 1618 - 1698) - the barony was held by the Earls of Bristol from 1622, when the 1st Baron Digby was created Earl of Bristol, until 1698, when on the death of the 3rd Earl of Bristol all his titles became extinct

Dunsmore, Baron (E, 1628 - 1653) - the barony was held by the 1st Earl of Chichester from 1644, when the 1st Baron Dunsmore was created Earl of Chichester, until 1653, when on the death of the earl the Barony of Dunsmore became extinct and the Earldom of Chichester passed to his son-in-law, the 4th Earl of Southampton

Duras, Baron (E, 1673 - 1709) - the 1st Baron Duras succeeded his father-in-law as 2nd Earl of Feversham in 1677; both titles became extinct on his death in 1709

 

Echingham, Baron (E, by writ 1311 - 1326)

Egremont, Baron (E, 1449 - 1497)

Ellesmere, Baron (E, 1603 - 1829) - the barony was held by the Viscounts Brackley from 1616, when the 1st Baron Ellesmere was created Viscount Brackley, by the Earls of Bridgewater from 1617, when the 2nd Viscount Brackley was created Earl of Bridgewater, and by the Dukes of Bridgewater from 1720, when the 4th Earl of Bridgewater was created Marquess of Brackley and Duke of Bridgewater, until 1803, when on the death of the 3rd Duke of Bridgewater the Dukedom of Bridgewater became extinct and the Earldom of Bridgewater, etc. passed to a cousin

Enfield, Baron (E, 1695 - 1830) - the barony was held by the Earls of Rochford from its creation in 1695, when Lieut Gen William Nassau de Zuylesteyn was created Baron Enfield, Viscount Tunbridge and Earl of Rochford, until 1830, when on the death of the 5th Earl of Rochford all his titles became extinct

Engaine, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - 1322)

Erdington, Baron (E, by writ 1336 - 1467)

Eure, Baron (E, 1544 - 1707)

 

Falvesle, Baron (E, by writ 1383 - 1392)

Fanhope, Baron (E, 1433 - 1443) - see Baron Cornewalle

Fauconberg, Baron (E, 1627 - 1815) - see Viscount Fauconberg

Ferrers of Groby, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - forfeited 1554) - see Duke of Suffolk

Finch, Baron (E, 1640 - 1660)

FitzBernard, Baron (E, by writ 1313 - 1361)

FitzHerbert, Baron (E, 1660 - 1729) - see Earl of Winchilsea

FitzJohn, Baron (E, by writ 1290 - 1297)

Frene, Baron (E, by writ 1336 - 1337)

Frescheville, Baron (E, 1665 - 1682)

 

Gaunt, Baron (E, by writ 1295 - 1298)

Geneville, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - merged in Crown 1461) - See Baron Mortimer

Gerard, Baron (E, 1603 - 1733)

Gerard of Brandon, Baron (E, 1645 - 1702) - the barony was held by the Earls of Macclesfield from 1679, when the 1st Baron Gerard of Brandon was created Viscount Brandon and Earl of Macclesfield, until 1702, when on the death of the 3rd Earl of Macclesfield all his titles became extinct

Godolphin, Baron (E, 1684 - 1766) - the barony was held by the Earls of Godolphin from 1706, when the 1st Baron Godolphin was created Viscount Rialton and Earl of Godolphin, until 1766, when on the death of the 2nd Earl of Godolphin all three titles became extinct

Goring, Baron (E, 1628 - 1671) - the barony was held by the Earls of Norwich from 1644, when the 1st Baron Goring was created Earl of Norwich, until 1671, when on the death of the 2nd Earl of Norwich both his titles became extinct

Grandison, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - 1328)

Granville, Baron (E, 1661 - 1711) - the barony was held by the Earls of Bath from 1661, when John Granville was created Baron Granville, Viscount Granville and Earl of Bath, until 1711, when on the death of the 3rd Earl of Bath all his titles became extinct

Granville of Potheridge, Baron (E, 1703 - 1707)

Grelle, Baron (E, by writ 1308 - 1311)

Grendon, Baron (E, by writ 1305 - 1324)

Grey of Groby, Baron (E, 1603 - 1976) - the barony was held by the Earls of Stamford from 1628, when the 2nd Baron Grey of Groby was created Earl of Stamford, until 1976, when on the death of the 10th Earl of Stamford all his titles became extinct

Grey of Rolleston, Baron (E, 1673 - 1734)

Grey of Rotherfield, Baron (E, by writ 1338 - forfeited 1485)

Grey of Warke, Baron (E, 1624 - 1706)

Grey of Wilton, Baron (E, by writ 1290 - forfeited 1603)

Greystock, Baron (E, by writ 1295 - 1306)

Griffin, Baron (E, 1688 - 1742)

 

Halifax, Baron (E 1700 - 1771) - the barony was granted to Charles Montagu in 1700; in 1714 he was created Viscount Sunbury and Earl of Halifax and died in May 1715, when the Viscountcy of Sunbury and Earldom of Halifax became extinct with the barony passing to his nephew, George Montagu; he was created Viscount Sunbury and Earl of Halifax in Jun 1715 and the barony was held by the Earls of Halifax until 1771, when on the death of the 2nd Earl of Halifax all his titles became extinct

Harcla, Baron (E, by writ 1321 - forfeited 1323) - see Earl of Carlisle

Harington, Baron (E, by writ 1326 - forfeited 1554) - see Duke of Suffolk

Harington of Exton, Baron (E, 1603 - 1614)

Hastang, Baron (E, by writ 1311 - 1336)

Hastings of Inchmahome, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - 1314)

Hastings of Loughborough, Baron (E, 1558 - 1588)

Hatton, Baron (E, 1642 - 1762) - the barony was held by the Viscounts Hatton from 1683, when the 2nd Baron Hatton was created Viscount Hatton, until 1762, when on the death of the 3rd Viscount Hatton both his titles became extinct

Hausted, Baron (E, by writ 1332 - 1398)

Havering, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - 1340)

Haversham, Baron (E, 1696 - 1745)

Hay, Baron (E, 1606 - 1660) - the barony was held by Sir James Hay, who in 1606 was created Lord Hay but, unusually, without a seat in the Upper House (Dugdale says that this creation had "precedence next to the Barons of England"; in 1615 he was created Baron Hay (see below)

Hay, Baron (E, 1615 - 1660) - the barony was held by the 1st Viscount Doncaster from 1618, when the 1st Baron Hay was created Viscount Doncaster, and by the Earls of Carlisle from 1622, when the 1st Viscount Doncaster was created Earl of Carlisle, until 1660, when on the death of the 2nd Earl of Carlisle all his titles became extinct

Herbert, Baron (E, 1689 - 1716) - the barony was held by the 1st Earl of Torrington from its creation in 1689, when Admiral Rt Hon Arthur Herbert MP was created Baron Herbert and Earl of Torrington, until his death in 1716, when both titles became extinct

Herbert of Chirbury, Baron (E, 1629 - 1691)

Herbert of Chirbury, Baron (E, 1694 - 1738)

Hervey, Baron (E, 1628 - 1642) - see Baron Hervey (Peerage of Ireland)

Hicks, Baron (E, 1628 - 1798) - the barony was held by the Viscount Campden from its creation in 1628, when Sir Baptist Hicks MP was created Barton Hicks and Viscount Campden, and by the Earls of Gainsborough from 1682, when the 4th Viscount Campden was created Earl of Gainsborough, until 1798, when on the death of the 6th Earl of Gainsborough all his titles became extinct

Holand, Baron (E, by writ 1314 - forfeited 1485) - see Baron Lovel

Holdenby, Baron (E, 1666 - 1667) - see Duke of Kendal

Holles, Baron (E, 1661 - 1694)

Hoo, Baron (E, 1448 - 1455)

Hopton, Baron (E, 1643 - 1652)

Houghton, Baron (E, 1624 - 1711)

Howard, Baron (E, by writ 1470 - forfeited 1485)

Howard of Castle Rising, Baron (E, 1669 - 1777) - the barony was held by the Dukes of Norfolk from 1677, when the 1st Baron Howard of Castle Rising inherited the Dukedom of Norfolk, until 1777, when the 9th Duke of Norfolk died with no immediate male heirs resulting in the barony becoming extinct and the dukedom being inherited by a distant cousin

Hunsdon, Baron (E, 1559 - 1765)

Huntercombe, Baron (E, by writ 1295 - 1313)

Huntingfield, Baron (E, by writ 1351 - 1376)

Hussee, Baron (E, by writ 1295 - c. 1470)

Hussee, Baron (E, by writ 1348 - 1361)

Hussey, Baron (E, c. 1529 - 1537)

Hyde, Baron (E, 1660 - 1753) - the barony was held by the Earls of Clarendon from 1661, when the 1st Baron Hyde was created Viscount Cornbury and Earl of Clarendon, until 1753, when on the death of the 4th Earl of Clarendon and 2nd Earl of Rochester all his titles became extinct

 

Innerdale, Baron (E, 1609 - 1651) - the barony 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

 

Jeffreys, Baron (E, 1685 - 1702)

Jermyn, Baron (E, 1643 - 1708)

 

Kensington, Baron (E, 1623 - 1759) - the barony was held by the Earls of Holland from 1624, when the 1st Baron Kensington was created Earl of Holland, and by the Earls of Warwick from 1675, when the 2nd Earl of Holland inherited the more senior Earldom of Warwick, until 1759, when on the death of the 8th Earl of Warwick all his titles became extinct

Kingston-upon-Thames, Baron (E, 1621 - 1626) - the barony was held by the 1st Earl of Holderness from its creation in 1621, when the 1st Viscount Haddington was created Baron Kingston-upon-Thames and Earl of Holderness, until his death in 1626, when all his titles became extinct

Kirketon, Baron (E, by writ 1362 - 1367)

Knollys, Baron (E, 1603 - ?dormant 1632) - the barony was held by the 1st Viscount Wallingford from 1616, when the 1st Baron Knollys was created Viscount Wallingford, and by the 1st Earl of Banbury from 1626, when the 1st Viscount Wallingford was created Earl of Banbury, until 1632, when on the death of the 1st Earl of Banbury the barony became extinct or dormant

Knyvett, Baron (E, 1607 - 1622)

 

Lancaster, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - 1334)

Lancaster, Baron (E. by writ 1299 - merged in the Crown 1399)

Langdale, Baron (E, 1658 - 1778)

Latimer, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - forfeited c. 1603)

le Despencer, Baron (E, by writ 1295 - forfeited 1326)

le Despencer, Baron (E, by writ 1314 - forfeited 1326)

le Despencer, Baron (E, by writ 1338 - 1349)

le Despencer, Baron (E, by writ 1357 - forfeited 1401)

Leigh, Baron (E, 1643 - 1786)

Leominster, Baron (E, 1692 - 1867) - the barony was held by the Earls of Pontefract from 1721, when the 2nd Baron Leominster was created Earl of Pontefract, until 1867, when on the death of the 5th Earl of Pontefract all his titles became extinct

Lexinton, Baron (E, 1645 - 1723)

Ley, Baron (E, 1624 - 1679) - the barony was held by the Earls of Marlborough from 1626, when the 1st Baron Ley was created Earl of Marlborough, until 1679, when on the death of the 4th Earl of Marlborough both his titles became extinct

Leyburn, Baron (E, by writ 1337 - 1348)

Lisle, Baron (E, 1444 - 1538)

Lisle, Baron (E, 1561 - 1590) - the barony was held by the 1st Earl of Warwick from its creation in 1561, when Lord Ambrose Dudley was created on two successive days Baron Lisle and Earl of Warwick, until the earl's death in 1590, when both his titles became extinct

Loughborough, Baron (E, 1643 - 1667)

Lovel, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - forfeited 1485)

Lovelace, Baron (E, 1627 - 1736)

Lowther, Baron (E, 1696 - 1751) - the barony was held by the Viscounts Lonsdale from 1696, when Sir John Lowther, 2nd Bt., was created Baron Lowther and Viscount Lonsdale, until 1751, when on the death of the 3rd Viscount Lonsdale all his titles became extinct

Lucas of Shenfield, Baron (E, 1645 - 1705)

Lucy, Baron (E, by writ 1321 - dormant 1635)

Lumley, Baron (E, by writ 1384 - forfeited 1545)

Lumley, Baron (E, 1547 - 1609)

Lyle, Baron (E, c. 1454 - 1551)

Lyttelton, Baron (E, 1641 - 1645)

 

Marnhull, Baron (E, 1604 - 1614) - the barony was held by the 1st Earl of Northampton from its creation in 1604, when Hon Henry Howard was created Baron of Marnhull and Earl of Northampton, until his death in 1614, when both titles became extinct

Marny, Baron (E, 1523 - 1525)

Mauny, Baron (E, by writ 1347 - 1389)

Maynard, Baron (E, 1628 - 1775) - see Baron Maynard [I]

Meinill, Baron (E, by writ 1295 - 1434)

Milbroke, Baron (E, 1442 - 1443) - see Baron Fanhope

Milton, Baron (E, 1689 - 1704) - the barony was held by the 1st Viscount Sydney from its creation in 1689, when Rt Hon Henry Sydney MP was created Baron Milton and Viscount Sydney, and by the 1st Earl of Romney from 1694, when the 1st Viscount Sydney was created Earl of Romney, until the earl's death in 1704 when all his titles became extinct

Mohaut, Baron (E, by writ 1295 - 1296)

Mohaut, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - 1329)

Mohun, Baron (E, 1628 - 1712)

Monck, Baron (E, 1660 - 1688) - see Duke of Albemarle

Montagu, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - forfeited 1499)

Montagu, Baron (E, by writ 1357 - forfeited 1499)

Montagu, Baron (E, by writ 1461 - degraded 1478) - the barony was held by Marquesses of Montagu from 1470, when the 1st Baron Montagu was created Marquess of Montagu, until 1478, when the 2nd Marquess of Montagu was degraded from his peerages by Act of Parliament and all his titles became extinct

Montagu, Baron (E, 1514 - forfeited 1539)

Montagu, Baron (E, 1621 - 1749) - the barony was held by the 1st Earl of Montagu from 1689, when the 3rd Baron Montagu was created Viscount Monthermer and Earl of Montagu, and 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

Monthermer, Baron (E, by writ 1309 - forfeited 1499)

Monthermer, Baron (E, by writ 1337 - 1340)

Mordaunt, Baron (E, 1659 - 1814) - the barony was held by the 1st Viscount Mordaunt from its creation in 1659, when Hon John Mordaunt was created Baron Mordaunt and Viscount Mordaunt, by the 1st Earl of Monmouth from 1689, when the 2nd Viscount Mordaunt was created Earl of Monmouth, and 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

Mortimer of Wigmore, Baron (E, by writ 1295 - merged in the Crown 1461) - see Earl of March

Mountjoy, Baron (E, 1465 - 1606)

Mountjoy, Baron (E, 1627 - 1679) - the barony was held by the Earls of Newport from 1628, when the 1st Baron Mountjoy was created Earl of Newport, until 1679, when on the death of the 4th Earl of Newport all his titles became extinct

Muncy, Baron (E, 1299 - 1308)

Musgrave, Baron (E, by writ 1350 - dormant 1385)

 

Nansladron, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - 1315)

Neville, Baron (E, by writ 1295 - forfeited 1571) - the Barony of Neville was held by the Earls of Westmorland from 1397, when the 4th Baron Neville was created Earl of Westmorland, until 1571, when on the attainder of the 6th Earl of Westmorland all his titles were forfeited

Neville, Baron (E, 1459 - forfeited 1571) - see Earl of Westmorland

Newbury, Baron (E, 1675 - 1774) - the barony 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

Newmarch and Oversley, Baron (E, 1628 - forfeited 1641 - attainder reversed 1662 - extinct 1695) - the barony was held by the 1st Viscount Wentworth from 1628, when the 1st Baron Newmarch and Oversley (also 1st Baron Wentworth) was created Viscount Wentworth; in 1640 he was created Baron Raby and Earl of Strafford, and in 1641 forfeited all his titles when he was attainted and executed for treason and all his titles forfeited

Newmarch and Oversley, Baron (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

Newport, Baron (E, 1642 - 1762) - the barony was held by the 1st Viscount Newport from 1675, when the 2nd Baron Newport was created Viscount Newport, and by the Earls of Bradford from 1694, when the 1st Viscount Newport was created Earl of Bradford, until 1762, when on the death of the 4th Earl of Bradford all his titles became extinct

Noel, Baron (E, 1617 - 1798) - the barony was held by the Viscounts Campden from 1629, when the 1st Baron Noel succeeded his father-in-law as 2nd Viscount Campden, and by the Earls of Gainsborough from 1682, when the 4th Viscount Campden was created Earl of Gainsborough, until 1798, when on the death of the 6th Earl of Gainsborough all his titles became extinct

Noel, Baron (E, 1681 - 1798) - the barony was held by the Viscounts Campden from 1681, when the 1st Baron Noel succeeded his father as 4th Viscount Campden, and by the Earls of Gainsborough from 1682, when the 4th Viscount Campden was created Earl of Gainsborough, until 1798, when on the death of the 6th Earl of Gainsborough all his titles became extinct

Nonsuch, Baron (E, 1670 - 1774) - the barony 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

Norwich, Baron (E, by writ 1360 - 1373)

 

Ockingham, Baron (E, 1689 - 1708) - the barony 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

Ogle, Baron (E, 1620 - 1691) - see Duke of Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Oldcastle, Baron (E, by writ 1409 - 1414)

Orreby, Baron (E, by writ 1309 - 1394)

Orty, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - 1363)

Orty, Baron (E, by writ 1325 - 1411)

Osborne, Baron (E, 1673 - 1964) - see Duke of Leeds

 

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

Parr of Horton, Baron (E, 1543 - 1547)

Paston, Baron (E, 1673 - 1732) - the barony was held by the 1st Viscount Yarmouth from its creation in 1673, when Sir Robert Paston, 2nd Bt., was created Baron Paston and Viscount Yarmouth, and by the Earls of Yarmouth from 1679, when the 1st Viscount Yarmouth was created Earl of Yarmouth, until 1732, when on the death of the 2nd Earl of Yarmouth all his titles became extinct

Paynel, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - dormant 1340)

Paynel, Baron (E, by writ 1304 - 1317)

Pecche of Wormleighton, Baron (E, by writ 1321 - 1335)

Pelham, Baron (E, 1706 - 1768)

Percy, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - forfeited 1406) - the barony was held by the 1st Earl of Northumberland from 1377, when the 4th Baron Percy was created Earl of Northumberland, until 1406, when the Earl was attainted for high treason and all his titles were forfeited

Percy, Baron (E, 1557 - 1670) - see Earl of Northumberland

Percy of Alnwick, Baron (E, 1643 - 1659)

Petersfield, Baroness (E, 1673 - 1734) - the barony 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

Petersham, Baron (E, 1674 - 1682) - the barony 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

Pierrepont, Baron (E, 1627 - 1773) - See Earls/Dukes of Kingston-upon-Hull

Pierrepont, Baron (E, 1714 - 1715)

Pinkeny, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - 1315)

Plescy, Baron (E, by writ 1297 - 1379)

Plugenet, Baron (E, by writ 1295 - 1327)

Pontefract, Baron (E, 1674 - 1716) - the barony was held by the 1st Earl of Northumberland from its creation in 1674, when George FitzRoy, illegitimate son of King Charles II, was created Baron Pontefract, Viscount Falmouth and Earl of Northumberland; in 1683 he was created Duke of Northumberland and on his death in 1716 all his titles became extinct

Poulett, Baron (E, 1627 - 1973) - see Earl Poulett

Poynings, Baron (E, by writ 1348 - 1537) - see Earl of Northumberland

Poynings, Baron (E, 1545 - 1545)

Powis, Baron (E, 1629 - 1748) - the barony was held by the 1st Earl of Powis from 1674, when the 3rd Baron Powis was created Earl of Powis, and 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

 

Raby, Baron (E, 1640 - forfeited 1641 - attainder reversed 1662 - extinct 1799) - the barony was held by the 1st Earl of Strafford from 1640, when the 1st Viscount Wentworth was created Baron Raby and Earl of Strafford, until 1641, when the earl was attainted and executed for treason and all his titles forfeited (for subsequent history see below)

Raby, Baron (E, 1641 - 1799) - 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; the Barony of Raby passed to his first cousin once removed, who was created Viscount Wentworth and Earl of Strafford in 1711, and the barony was held by the Earls of Strafford until 1799, when on the death of the 3rd Earl of Strafford all his titles became extinct

Reede, Baron (E, 1645 - 1738)

Rich, Baron (E, 1547 - 1759) - the barony was held by the Earls of Warwick from 1618, when the 3rd Baron Rich was created Earl of Warwick, until 1759, when on the death of the 8th Earl of Warwick and 5th Earl Holland all his titles became extinct

Richemount Grey, Baron (E, 1450 - forfeited 1461)

Rivers of Ongar, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - 1350)

Rivers, Baron (E, 1448 - 1491) - see Earl Rivers

Robartes, Baron (E, 1625 - 1757) - the barony was held by the Earls of Radnor from 1679, when the 2nd Baron Robartes was created Viscount Bodmin and Earl of Radnor, until 1757, when on the death of the 4th Earl of Radnor all his titles became extinct

Rochford, Baron (E, c. 1530 - forfeited 1536) - the barony, if it existed, was held by George Boleyn, styled Viscount Rochford, brother of Queen Anne Boleyn and only son and heir ap. of Thomas [Boleyn], 1st Earl of Wiltshire

Rockingham, Baron (E, 1645 - 1782) - the barony was held by the Earls of Rockingham from 1714, when the 3rd Baron Rockingham was created Baron Throwley, Viscount Sondes and Earl of Rockingham, until 1746, when the 3rd Earl of Rockingham died without a male heir and the barony passed to his cousin, the 1st Earl of Malton, who that same year was created Marquess of Rockingham; it was held by the Marquesses of Rockingham until 1782, when on the death of the 2nd Marquess of Rockingham all his titles became extinct

Ros of Hamlake, Baron (E, 1616 - 1632) - the barony was held by the 6th Earl of Rutland from 1616, when he was created Baron Ros of Hamlake, until his death in 1632, when the Barony of Ros of Hamlake became extinct and the Earldom of Rutland passed to his brother

Ros of Wark, Baron (E, by writ 1295 - 1296)

Ros of Watton, Baron (E, by writ 1332 - 1338)

 

Saint Amand, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - 1310)

Saint Amand, Baron (E, by writ 1313 - 1508)

Saint John of Lageham, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - 1355)

Saint Maur, Baron (E, by writ 1317 - 1330)

Saint Philibert, Baron (E, by writ 1348 - 1361)

Sampson, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - 1310)

Savile, Baron (E, 1628 - 1671) - the barony was held by the Viscounts Savile from 1630, when the 1st Viscount Savile succeeded his father as 2nd Baron Savile, and by the Earls of Sussex from 1644, when the 1st Viscount Savile was created Earl of Sussex, until 1671, when on the death of the 2nd Earl of Sussex all his titles became extinct

Savile, Baron (E, 1666 - 1700) - the 1st Baron Savile was created Earl of Halifax in 1679 and Marquess of Halifax in 1682; all three titles became extinct on the death of the 2nd Marquess of Halifax in 1700

Saye and Sele, Baron (E, 1446/7 - 1781) - see Viscount Saye and Sele

Scrope of Bolton, Baron (E, by writ 1371 - dormant? 1630) - the barony was held by the 1st Earl of Sunderland from 1627, when as 11th Baron Scrope he was created Earl of Sunderland, until his death in 1630 when both titles became extinct

Segrave of Barton Segrave, Baron (E, by writ 1295 - 1335)

Settrington, Baron (E, 1613 - 1623/4) - the barony was granted to the 2nd Duke of Lennox in 1613 and became extinct on his death ten years later in Feb 1623/4

Seymour of Sudeley, Baron (E, 1547 - forfeited 1549)

Seymour of Trowbridge, Baron (E, 1641 - 1750) - see Duke of Somerset

Sheffield, Baron (E, 1547 - 1735) - the barony was held by the Earls of Mulgrave from 1625/6, when the 3rd Baron Sheffield was created Earl of Mulgrave, 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 1st 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

Shingay, Baron (E, 1697 - 1727) - the barony was held by the 1st Earl of Orford from its creation in 1697, when Edward Russell was created Baron of Shingay, Viscount Barfleur and Earl of Orford, until the earl's death in 1727, when all his titles became extinct

Somerhill, Baron (E, 1624 - 1657) - the barony was held by the Earls of Clanricarde from 1624, when the 4th Earl of Clanricarde was created Baron Somerhill and Viscount Tunbridge, until 1657, when on the death of the 1st Marquess of Clanricarde both titles created in 1624 became extinct

Somers, Baron (E, 1697 - 1716)

Somery, Baron (E, by writ 1308 - 1322)

Spelsbury, Baron (E, 1674 - 1776) - the barony was held by the Earls of Lichfield from its creation in 1674, when Sir Edward Lee, 5th Bt., was created Baron Spelsbury, Viscount Quarendon and Earl of Lichfield, until 1776, when on the death of the 4th Earl of Lichfield all his titles became extinct

Stafford, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - forfeited 1521)

Stanhope of Harrington, Baron (E, 1605 - 1675)

Stanhope of Shelford, Baron (E, 1616 - 1967) - see Earl of Chesterfield

Stapleton, Baron (E, by writ 1313 - dormant 1373)

Stawell, Baron (E, 1683 - 1755)

Stoke, Baron (E, 1619 - 1658) - see Viscount Purbeck

Strange, Baron (E, by writ 1326 - 1335)

Strange of Ellesmere, Baron (E, by writ 1295 - 1311)

Stryvelyn, Baron (E, by writ 1363 - 1378)

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

Stuart of Newbury, Baron (E, 1645 - 1672) - the barony, together with the Earldom of Lichfield, 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 all three titles became extinct on his death without a male heir in 1672

Sudeley, Baron (E, 1441 - 1473)

Swillington, Baron (E, by writ 1326 - dormant 1400)

Swynnerton, Baron (E, by writ 1337 - dormant 1396)

Sydney, Baron (E, 1603 - 1743) - the barony was held by the 1st Viscount L'Isle from 1605, when the 1st Baron Sydney was created Viscount L'Isle, and by the Earls of Leicester from 1618, when the 1st Viscount L'Isle was created Earl of Leicester, until 1743, when on the death of the 7th Earl of Leicester all his titles became extinct

 

Tailboys, Baron (E, 1529 - 1563) 

Teyes, Baron (E, 1660 - 1688) - see Duke of Albemarle

Teyes, Baron (E, 1689 - 1719) - see Duke of Schomberg

Throwley, Baron (E, 1676 - 1709) - the barony was held by the Earls of Feversham from its creation in 1676, when Sir George Sondes MP was created Baron of Throwley, Viscount Sondes and Earl of Feversham, until 1709, when on the death of the 2nd Earl of Feversham all his titles became extinct

Thorpe of Northamptonshire, Baron (E, by writ 1381 - 1391)

Toni, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - 1309)

Tregoz of Goring, Baron (E, by writ 1304 - dormant 1404)

Tregoz, Baron (E, 1626 - 1630) - see Viscount Grandison

Tuchet, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - 1322)

Tufton, Baron (E, 1626 - 1849) - see Earl of Thanet

Tye, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - 1324)

Tyeys, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - forfeited 1322)

Tyndale, Baron (E, 1688 - forfeited 1716) - the barony was held by the Earls of Derwentwater from its creation in 1688, when Sir Francis Radclyffe, 3rd Bt., was created Baron Tyndale, Viscount Radclyffe and Langley, and Earl of Derwentwater, until 1716, when the 3rd Earl of Derwentwater was found guilty of treason and all his titles were forfeited

 

Ufford, Baron (E, by writ 1360 - 1361)

Ufford, Baron (E, by writ 1364 - 1382)

Ughtred, Baron (E, by writ 1344 - dormant 1601)

Uvedale, Baron (E, by writ 1332 - 1336)

 

Valence, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - 1324)

Vere, Baron (E, by writ 1299 - 1319)

Verulam, Baron (E, 1618 - 1626) - see Viscount St Alban

Vescy, Baron (E, by writ 1295 - 1297)

Vescy, Baron (E, by writ 1313 - 1314)

Vessy, Baron (E, by writ 1449 - 1469)

Villiers, Baron (E, 1623 - 1661) - the barony was held by the Earls of Anglesey from its creation in 1623, when Hon Christopher Villiers was created Earl of Anglesey, until 1661, when on the death of the 2nd Earl of Anglesey both these titles became extinct

 

Waleys, Baron (E, by writ 1321 - c. 1400)

Warde, Baron (E, by writ 1326 - 1334)

Wateville, Baron (E, 1326 - 1330)

Wenlock, Baron (E, by writ 1461 - 1471)

Wentworth, Baron (E, 1628 - forfeited 1641 - attainder reversed 1662 - extinct 1695) - the barony was held by the 1st Viscount Wentworth from 1628, when the 1st Baron Wentworth (also 1st Baron Newmarch and Oversley) was created Viscount Wentworth; in 1640 he was created Baron Raby and Earl of Strafford, and in 1641 forfeited all his titles when he was attainted and executed for treason

Wentworth, Baron (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

Weston, Baron (E, 1628 - 1688) - the barony was held by the Earls of Portland from 1633, when the 1st Baron Weston was created Earl of Portland, until 1688, when on the death of the 4th Earl of Portland both titles became extinct

Whaddon, Baron (E, 1616 - 1687) - see Duke of Buckingham

Widdrington, Baron (E, 1643 - forfeited 1716)

Wilington, Baron (E, by writ 1336 - 1348)

Willoughby of Parham, Baron (E, 1547 - 1779)

Wilmot, Baron (E, 1643 - 1681) - the barony was held by the Viscounts Wilmot from 1644, when the 1st Baron Wilmot succeeded his father as 2nd Viscount Wilmot, and by the Earls of Rochester from 1652, when the 2nd Viscount Wilmot was created Earl of Rochester, until 1681, when on the death of the 3rd Earl of Rochester all his titles became extinct

Windsor, Baron (E, by writ 1381 - 1384)

Wotton, Baron (E, 1603 - 1630)

Wotton, Baron (E, 1650 - 1683) - see Earl of Bellomont

Wotton Bassett, Baron (E, 1681 - 1753) - the barony was held by the 1st Viscount Hyde from its creation in 1681, when Rt Hon Laurence Hyde MP was created Baron of Wotton Bassett and Viscount Hyde, and by the Earls of Rochester from 1682, when the 1st Viscount Hyde was created Earl of Rochester, until 1753, when on the death of the 2nd Earl of Rochester and 4th Earl of Clarendon all his titles became extinct

Wriothesley, Baron (E, 1544 - 1667) - the barony was held by the Earls of Southampton from 1547, when the 1st Baron Wriothesley was created Earl of Southampton, until 1667, when on the death of the 4th Earl of Southampton both his titles became extinct

 

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