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Extinct and Dormant Scottish Lordships

 

Abercrombie, Lord (S, 1647 - 1681)

Alemoor and Campcastell, Lord (S, for life 1660 - 1693) - the lordship was held by the 1st and last Earl of Tarras

Alexander of Tullibody, Lord (S, 1630 - dormant 1739) - see Earl of Stirling

Ardmannoch (created 1565 - merged in the Crown 1567) - the lordship was granted to Henry Stuart, styled Lord Darnley, in 1565, when he was created Lord Ardmannoch and Earl of Ross; after his death Feb 1567 it was briefly held by his son, the Duke of Rothesay, but merged in the Crown five months later when he ascended the Throne as King James VI of Scotland

Ardmannoch, Lord (S, 1600 - merged in the Crown 1625) - the lordship was held by Prince Charles, 2nd son of King James I, from 1600, when he was created Lord Ardmannoch, Earl of Ross, Marquess of Ormond and Duke of Albany, until 1625, when he succeeded his father as King and all his peerage titles merged with the Crown

Aston of Forfar, Lord (S, 1627 - dormant 1751)

Aubigny, Dalkeith, Torboltoun and Aberdour, Lord (S, 1581 - 1672) - the lordship was held by the Dukes of Lennox from 1581, when the 1st Earl of Lennox was created Lord Aubigny, Dalkeith, Torboltoun and Aberdour, Earl of Darnley and Duke of Lennox, until 1672, when on the death of the 6th Duke of Lennox all his Scottish peerages became extinct

Auchmoutie and Caskieberrie, Lord (S, 1680 - 1681) - the lordship was held by the 1st and last Duke of Rothes from 1680, when the 7th Earl of Rothes was created Lord Auchmotie and Caskieberrie, Viscount of Lugtoun, Earl of Leslie, Marquess of Ballinbreich and Duke of Rothes, until 1681, when he died without surviving male issue and the Dukedom of Rothes and the other peerages created in 1680 became extinct and the Earldom of Rothes passed to his elder daughter as heir of line

Avandale, Lord (S, 1456 - 1488)

Avandale and Ochiltree, Lord (S, 1500 - 1543)

Aven, Lord (S, 1591 - 1651) - the lordship was held by the Marquesses of Hamilton from 1591, when Hon John Hamilton was created Lord Aven, Earl of Arran and Marquess of Hamilton, 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 on the death of the 2nd Duke of Hamilton without a male heir the Marquessate of Hamilton and other peerages created in 1591 became extinct

 

Badenoch, Lachaber, Strathaven, Balmore, Auchindoun, Garthie and Kincardine, Lord (S, 1684 - 1836) - the lordship was held by the Dukes of Gordon from 1684, when the 4th Marquess of Huntly was created Lord Badenoch, Strathaven, Balmore, Auchindoun, Garthie and Kincardine, Viscount of Inverness, Earl of Huntly and Enzie, Marquess of Huntly and Duke of Gordon, until 1836, when on the death of the 5th Duke of Gordon with no male heir the peerages created in 1684 became extinct

Balmerinoch, Lord (S, 1606 - forfeited 1746)

Balveny, Lord (S, 1437 - forfeited 1455) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Avondale from its creation in 1437, when James Douglas was created Lord of Balveny and Earl of Avondale, until 1455, when on the attainder of James, 9th Earl of Douglas and 3rd Earl of Avondale, all his titles were forfeited

Banff, Lord (S, 1642 - dormant 1803)

Bargeny, Lord (S, 1641 - 1736)

Barrett, Lord (S, 1627 - 1645)

Bellenden of Broughton, Lord (S, 1661 - 1805)

Blantyre, Lord (S, 1606 - 1900)

Bothwell, Lord (S, 1485 - forfeited 1488)

Bothwell and Hartside, Lord (S, ?1651 - ?1715) - Lord Archibald Douglas was created Lord Bothwell and Hartside and Earl of Ormond in 1651, with remainder to his heirs male by his second marriage ; however the letters patent conferring the titles did not pass the Great Seal and consequently were of no effect; he died via patris in 1655 and in 1661 Archibald Douglas, his first son by his second wife, Lady Jean Wemyss, who would have been 2nd Earl of Ormond had the letters patent been dealt with correctly, was created Lord Wandell and Hartside and Earl of Forfar; his only son, the 2nd Earl of Forfar, died unmarried in 1715 and all his titles became extinct

Boyd, Lord (S, c. 1454 - forfeited 1746) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Kilmarnock from 1661, when the 10th Lord Boyd was created Earl of Kilmarnock, until 1746, when the 4th Earl of Kilmarnock was found guilty of treason and all his titles were forfeited

Brechin and Navar, Lord (S, 1488 - 1504) - the lordship was held by Prince James, 2nd son of King James III from 1488, when he was created Lord of Brechin and Nevar, Earl of Eberdale, Marquess of Ormond and Duke of Ross, until 1504, when he died unmarried

Brechin and Navar, Lord (S, 1646 - forfeited 1716) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Panmure from 1646, when Patrick Maule of Panmure was created Lord Brechin and Navar and Earl of Panmure, until 1716, when the 4th Earl of Panmure was attainted and all his titles forfeited

Burntisland, Lord (S, for life 1672 - 1682)

 

Campsie, Lord (S, 1661 - forfeited 1716) - see Viscount of Kilsyth

Carlyle of Torthorwald, Lord (S, 1473 - surrendered 1638)

Carmichael, Lord (S, 1647 - 1817) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Hyndford from 1701, when the 2nd Lord Carmichael was created Lord Carmichael of Carmichael, Viscount of Inglisberry and Nemphlar and Earl of Hyndford, until 1817, when on the death of the 6th Earl of Hyndford all his titles became extinct

Carmichael of Carmichael, Lord (S, 1701 - 1817) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Hyndford from 1701, when the 2nd Lord Carmichael was created Lord Carmichael of Carmichael, Viscount of Inglisberry and Nemphlar and Earl of Hyndford, until 1817, when on the death of the 6th Earl of Hyndford all his titles became extinct

Cheyne, Lord (S, 1681 - 1728) - see Viscount of Newhaven

Churchill of Eyemouth, Lord (S, 1682 - 1722) - see Duke of Marlborough

Clermont and Fettercairn, Lord (S, 1660 - forfeited 1695) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Middleton from its creation in 1660, when John Middleton was created Lord Clermont and Fettercairn and Earl of Middleton, until 1695, when the 2nd Earl of Middleton was found guilty of treason and all his titles were forfeited

Colyear, Lord (S, 1703 - 1835) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Portmore from 1703, when the 1st Lord Portmore and Blackness was created Lord Colyear, Viscount of Milsington and Earl of Portmore, until 1835, when on the death of the 4th Earl of Portmore all his titles became extinct

Constable, Lord (S, 1620 - 1718) - the lordship was held by the Viscounts of Dunbar from 1620, when Sir Henry Constable was created Lord Constable and Viscount of Dunbar, until 1718, when on the death of the 4th Viscount of Dunbar both titles became extinct

Coupar, Lord (S, 1607 - forfeited 1746)

Cramond, Lord (S, 1628 - 1735)

Cranstoun, Lord (S, 1609 - 1869)

Crichton, Lord (S, c. 1443 - forfeited 1484)

Crichton, Lord (S, 1642 - forfeited 1690) - see Viscount of Frendraught

 

Dalzell, Lord (S, 1628 - 1941) - see Earl of Carnwath

Darnley, Lord (S, c.1460 - merged in the Crown 1571) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Lennox from c.1488, when the 1st Lord Darnley was created Earl of Lennox, and was merged in the Crown in 1571 when the Earldom of Lennox was inherited by King James VI of Scotland

Darnley, Lord (S, 1562 - forfeited 1592) - the lordship was held by the Earl of Bothwell from 1581, when the 2nd Lord Darnley was created Lord Hailes and Earl of Bothwell, until 1592, when he was attainted and all his titles forfeited to the Crown

Darnley, Lord (S, 1572 - 1576) - the lordship together with the Earldom of Lennox was granted to Charles Stuart, uncle of King James VI and younger brother of Henry Stuart, styled Lord Darnley

Darnley, Lord (S, 1578 - resigned 1580) - the lordship together with the Earldom of Lennox was granted to Robert Stuart, Bishop of Caithness and great-uncle of King James VI; they were resigned in 1580 in exchange for the Lordship of Dunbar and Earldom of March

Darnley, Aubigny and Dalkeith, Lord (S, 1580 - 1672) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Lennox from 1580, when Esmé Stuart, Seigneur d'Aubigny, was created Lord Darnley, Aubigny and Dalkeith and Earl of Lennox, and by the Dukes of Lennox from 1581, when the 1st Earl of Lennox was created Lord Aubigny, Dalkeith, Torboltoun and Aberdour, Earl of Darnley and Duke of Lennox, until 1672, when on the death of the 6th Duke of Lennox all his Scottish peerages became extinct

Dingwall, Lord (S, 1584 - c. 1600)

Douglas of Bonkill, Prestoun and Robertoun, Lord (S, 1703 - 1761) - the lordship was held by the 1st and last Duke of Douglas from 1703, when the 3rd Marquess of Douglas was created Lord Douglas of Bonkill, Prestoun and Robertoun, Viscount of Jedburgh Forest, Marquess of Angus and Abernethy and Duke of Douglas, until 1761, when he died without surviving male issue and the Dukedom of Douglas and the other peerages created in 1703 became extinct and the Marquessate of Douglas passed to the 7th Duke of Hamilton as heir male

Douglas of Ettrick, Lord (S, 1675 - c. 1749) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Dunbarton from its creation in 1675, when Lord George Douglas was created Lord Douglas of Ettrick and Earl of Dunbarton, until 1749, when on the death of the 2nd Earl of Dunbarton all his titles became extinct

Douglas of Lockerby, Dalveen and Thornhill, Lord (S, 1706 - 1778) - the lordship was held by the 1st Earl of Solway from its creation in 1706, when Lord Charles Douglas was created Lord Douglas of Lockerby, Dalveen and Thornhill, Viscount Tibbers and Earl of Solway; he succeeded his father as 3rd Duke of Queensberry in 1711 and on his death in 1778 the Scottish titles created in 1706 became extinct

Drummond of Gillestoun, Lord (S, 1685 - 1902) - see Earl of Melfort

Drummond of Riccartoun, Castlemains and Gilstoun, Lord (S, 1686 - dormant 1902) - see Earl of Melfort

Duffus, Lord (S, 1650 - 1875)

Dunbar, Lord (S, 1580 - 1586) - the lordship together with the Earldom of March was granted to Robert Stuart, Bishop of Caithness and great-uncle of King James VI, when he resigned the Earldom of Lennox and Lordship of Darnley at the request of the King

Dunkeld, Lord (S, 1645 - forfeited 1690)

 

Eythin, Lord (S, 1642 - 1652)

 

Falconer of Halkerton, Lord (S, 1646 - dormant 1966)

Fleming, Lord (S, c.1451 - 1747) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Wigtown from 1606, when the 6th Lord Fleming was created Lord Fleming and Cumbernauld and Earl of Wigtown, until 1747, when on the death of the 7th Earl of Wigtown all his titles became extinct

Fleming and Cumbernauld, Lord (S, 1606 - 1747) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Wigtown from 1606, when the 6th Lord Fleming was created Lord Fleming and Cumbernauld and Earl of Wigtown, until 1747, when on the death of the 7th Earl of Wigtown all his titles became extinct

Forbes of Pitsligo, Lord (S, 1633 - forfeited 1746)

Fraser, Lord (S, 1633 - 1716)

Fyvie, Lord (S, 1598 - forfeited 1690) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Dunfermline from 1605, when the 1st Lord Fyvie was created Earl of Dunfermline, until 1690, when the 4th Earl of Dunfermline was found guilty of treason and both his titles forfeited

 

Glasford, Lord (S, for life 1685 - 1703)

Glenorchy, Benederaloch, Ormelie and Weick, Lord (S, 1681 - dormant 1995) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Breadalbane and Holland from 1681, when the 1st Earl of Breadalbane and Holland was created Lord Glenorchy, Benederaloch, Ormelie and Weick, Viscount of Tay and Peintland, and Earl of Breadalbane and Holland;  all three titles became dormant in 1995

Goldielands, Lord (S, 1706 - 1807) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Delorain from its creation in 1706, when Lord Henry Scott was created Lord Goldielands, Viscount of Hermitage and Earl of Delorain, until 1807, when on the death of the 4th Earl of Delorain all his titles became extinct

Graham of Claverhouse, Lord (S, 1688 - forfeited 1690) - the lordship was held by the Viscounts of Dundee from its creation in 1688 until 1690, when the 3rd Viscount of Dundee was declared traitor and all his titles forfeited

Graham of Eske, Lord (S, 1681 - 1739) - the lordship was held by the Viscounts Preston from the creation of both titles in 1681, when Sir Richard Graham, 3rd Bt., was created Lord Graham of Eske and Viscount Preston, until 1739, when on the death of the 3rd Viscount Preston both titles became extinct

 

Hailes, Lord (S, c. 1452 - forfeited 1567) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Bothwell from 1488, when the 2nd Lord Hailes was created Earl of Bothwell, until 1567, when on the attainder of James [Hepburn], 1st Duke of Orkney, 4th Earl of Bothwell, etc., the third husband of Mary I, Queen of Scotland, all his titles were forfeited to the Crown

Hailes, Lord (S, 1581 - forfeited 1592) - the lordship was held by the Earl of Bothwell from 1581, when the 2nd Lord Darnley was created Lord Hailes and Earl of Bothwell, until his attainder in 1592, when all his titles were forfeited to the Crown

Hamilton, Lord (S, 1445 - resigned and regranted 1581 - forfeited 1585)

Hillhouse (created 1697 - extinct 1810) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Ruglen from its creation in 1697, when Lord John Hamilton was created Lord Hillhouse, Viscount of Riccartoun and Earl of Ruglen, until 1810, when on the death of the 3rd Earl of Ruglen (also 4th Duke of Queensberry) all the titles created in 1697 became extinct

Holyroodhouse, Lord (S, 1607 - dormant 1638)

Hume of Berwick, Lord (S, 1604 - dormant 1611) - the lordship was held by the 1st Earl of Dunbar from 1605, when the 1st Lord Hume of Berwick was created Earl of Dunbar, until 1611, when on the death of the earl his titles became dormant

 

Ingram, Lord (S, 1661 - 1778) - the Lordship was held by the Viscounts of Irvine from 1661, when Henry Ingram was created Lord Ingram and Viscount of Preston, until 1778, when on the death of the 9th Viscount of Irvine both titles became extinct

Innermeath, Lord (S, 1470 - 1625) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Atholl from 1596, when the 6th Lord Innermeath was created Earl of Atholl, until 1625, when on the death of the 2nd Earl of Atholl both his titles became extinct

Innerwick, Lord (S, 1638 - 1650) - the lordship was held by the 1st Earl of Dirletoun from 1646, when the 1st Lord Innerwick was created Lord Kingston and Elbottle and Earl of Dirletoun, until 1650, when on his death all his titles became extinct

 

Johnstone of Lochwood, Lochmaben, Moffatdale and Evandale, Lord (S, 1701 - 1792) - the lordship was held by the Marquesses of Annandale from 1701, when the 2nd Earl of Annandale and Hartfell was created Lord Johnstone of Lochwood, Lochmaben, Moffatdale and Evandale, Viscount of Annand, Earl of Hartfell and Marquess of Annandale, until 1792, when the Marquessate of Annandale and the other peerages created in 1701 became extinct

 

Kingston and Elbottle, Lord (S, 1646 - 1650) - the lordship was held by the 1st Earl of Dirletoun from its creation in 1646, when the 1st Lord Innerwick was created Lord Kingston and Elbottle and Earl of Dirletoun, until 1650, when on his death all his titles became extinct

Kinnaird, Lord (S, 1682 - 1997)

Kirkcudbright, Lord (S, 1633 - 1832)

 

Lindores, Lord (S, 1606 - dormant 1813)

Linton and Cabarston, Lord (S, 1683 - dormant 1861) - see Earl of Traquair

Livingston, Lord (S, 1458 - forfeited 1716) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Livingston from 1600, when the 7th Lord Livingston was created Lord Livingston and Callendar and Earl of Linlithgow, until 1716, when the 5th Earl of Linlithgow (also 4th Earl of Callendar) was found guilty of treason and all his titles were forfeited

Livingston and Almond, Lord (S, 1641 - forfeited 1716) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Callendar from its creation in 1641, when the 1st Lord Livingston of Almond was created Lord Livingston and Almond and Earl of Callendar, until 1715, when the 4th Earl of Callendar (also 5th Earl of Linlithgow) was found guilty of treason and all his titles were forfeited

Livingston of Almond, Lord (S, 1633 - forfeited 1716) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Callendar from 1641, when the 1st Lord Livingston of Almond was created Lord Livingston and Almond and Earl of Callendar, until 1715, when the 4th Earl of Callendar (also 5th Earl of Linlithgow) was found guilty of treason and all his titles were forfeited

Livingston and Callendar, Lord (S, 1600 - forfeited 1716) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Livingston from its creation in 1600, when the 7th Lord Livingston was created Lord Livingston and Callendar and Earl of Linlithgow, until 1716, when the 5th Earl of Linlithgow (also 4th Earl of Callendar) was found guilty of treason and all his titles were forfeited

Livingstone of Peebles later of Hyndford, Lord (S, 1696 - 1711) - see Viscount Teviot

Lochinvar, Lord (S, 1633 - dormant 1847) - see Viscount Kenmure

Lundie, Lord (S, 1642 - 1645) - the lordship was held by the 1st Earl of Irvine from its creation in 1642, when the 1st Lord Kintyre was created Lord Lundie and Earl of Irvine, until 1645, when on his death all his titles except for the Lordship of Kintyre became extinct

 

Mackenzie of Kintail, Lord (S, 1609 - forfeited 1716) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Seaforth from 1623, when the 2nd Lord Mackenzie of Kintail was created Earl of Seaforth, until 1716, when the 5th Earl of Seaforth was found guilty of high treason and all his titles were forfeited

Macleod and Castlehaven, Lord (S, 1685 - forfeited 1746) - the lordship was held by the 1st Viscount of Tarbat from its creation in 1685, when Sir George Mackenzie, 2nd Bt., was created Lord Macleod and Castlehaven and Viscount of Tarbat, and by the Earls of Cromarty from 1703, when the 1st Viscount of Tarbat was created Earl of Cromarty, until 1746, when the 3rd earl of Cromarty was found guilty of high treason and all his titles were forfeited

Maule of Brechin and Navar, Lord (S, 1646 - forfeited 1716) - see Earl of Panmure

Maxwell, Lord (S, 1445 - forfeited 1716) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Nithsdale from 1620, when the 9th Lord Maxwell was created Lord Maxwell, Eskdale and Carleill, and Earl of Nithsdale, until 1716, when the 5th Earl of Nithsdale was found guilty of High Treason and attainted, upon which all his peerages were forfeited to the Crown

Maxwell, Eskdake and Carleill, Lord (S, 1620 with precedence of 1581 - forfeited 1716) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Nithsdale from 1620, when the 9th Lord Maxwell was created Lord Maxwell, Eskdale and Carleill, and Earl of Nithsdale, until 1716, when the 5th Earl of Nithsdale was found guilty of High Treason and attainted, upon which all his peerages were forfeited to the Crown

Methven, Lord (S, 1528 - 1580)

Murray of Lochmaben, Lord (S, 1622 - 1658) - the lordship was held by the Viscounts of Annan from its creation in 1622, when John Murray was created Lord Murray of Lochmaben and Viscount of Annan, and by the Earls of Annandale from 1625, when the 1st Viscount of Annan was created Lord Murray of Tynningham and Earl of Annandale, until 1658, when on the death of the 2nd Earl of Annandale all his titles became extinct

Murray of Tynningham, Lord (S, 1625 - 1658) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Annandale from 1625, when the 1st Viscount of Annan was created Lord Murray of Tynningham and Earl of Annandale, until 1658, when on the death of the 2nd Earl of Annandale all his titles became extinct

 

Newark, Lord (S, 1661 - 1694)

 

Ochiltree, Lord (S, 1543 - 1675)

Ogilvy of Deskford, Lord (S, 1616 - dormant 1811) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Findlater from 1638, when the 2nd Lord Ogilvy of Deskford was created Earl of Findlater;  both titles became dormant in 1811

Oliphant, Lord (S, 1464 - 1748)

Oransay, Dunoon and Arase, Lord (S, 1706 - 1761) - the lordship was held by Lord Archibald Campbell from 1706, when he was created Lord Oransay, Dunoon and Arase, Viscount of Ilay and Earl of Ilay; he succeeded his elder brother as 3rd Duke of Argyll in 1743, and dying without legitimate male issue in 1761, the Earldom of Ilay and other peerages created in 1706 became extinct and the Dukedom of Argyll passed to his cousin and heir male

 

Pittenweem, Lord (S, 1609 - 1625)

Polwarth of Polwarth, Redbraes and Greenlaw, Lord (S, 1697 - dormant 1793) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Marchmont from 1697, when the 1st Lord Polwarth was created Lord Polwarth of Polwarth, Redbraes and Greenlaw, Viscount Blasonbury and Earl of Marchmont, until 1793, when on the death of 3rd Earl of Marchmont without an immediate male heir, the Earldom of Marchmont and other peerages created in 1697 became dormant

Portmore and Blackness, Lord (S, 1699 - 1835) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Portmore from 1703, when the 1st Lord Portmore and Blackness was created Lord Colyear, Viscount of Milsington and Earl of Portmore, until 1835, when on the death of the 4th Earl of Portmore all his titles became extinct

Primrose and Castlefield, Lord (S, 1703 - 1741) - see Viscount Primrose

 

Ramsay of Barns, Lord (S,1606 - 1626) - the lordship was held by the 1st Viscount Haddington from its creation in 1606, when Sir John Ramsay was created Lord Ramsay of Barns and Viscount Haddington; in 1621 he was created Baron Kingston-upon-Thames and Earl of Holderness, and all his titles became extinct on his death in 1626

Ramsay of Melrose, Lord (S, 1615 - surrendered 1618) - the lordship was granted to the 1st Viscount Haddington in 1615 and surrendered in favour of his kinsman Sir George Ramsay of Dalhousie three years later in 1618

Ross of Halkhead, Lord (S, 1499 - 1754)

Rutherfurd, Lord (S, 1661 - dormant 1724)

Ruthven. Lord (S, 1488 - forfeited 1600) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Gowrie from 1581, when the 4th Lord Ruthven was created Earl of Gowrie, until 1600, when the 3rd Earl of Gowrie was found guilty of treason and both his titles forfeited

Ruthven of Ettrick, Lord (S, 1639 - 1651) - the lordship was held by the 1st Earl of Forth from 1642, when the 1st Lord Ruthven of Ettrick was created Earl of Forth, until his death in 1651, when all his titles became extinct

 

Seton, Lord (S, c.1451 - forfeited 1716) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Winton from 1600, when the 6th Lord Seton was created Earl of Winton, until 1716, when on the attainder of the 5th Earl of Winton all his titles became forfeited

Sinclair, Lord (S, c. 1449 - forfeited 1723)

Somerville, Lord (S, c. 1445 - dormant 1870)

Spynie, Lord (S, 1590 - 1671)

Stuart of Traquair, Lord (S, 1638 - dormant 1861) - see Earl of Traquair

 

Thirlestane, Musselburgh and Boulton, Lord (S, 1672 - 1682) - the lordship was held by the 1st and last Duke of Lauderdale from 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, until 1682, when he died without surviving male issue and the Dukedom of Lauderdale and the other peerages created in 1672 became extinct and the Earldom of Lauderdale passed to his brother

 

Wandell and Hartside (S, 1661 - 1715) - the lordship was held by the Earls of Forfar from its creation in 1661, when Alexander Douglas was created Lord Wandell and Hartside and Earl of Forfar, until 1715, when on the death of the 2nd Earl of Forfar all his titles became extinct

 

Last updated 15 Feb 2004

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