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Extinct United Kingdom Baronies

 

Abercromby, Baron (UK, 1801 - 1924)

Abertay, Baron (UK, 1940 - 1940)

Adams, Baron (UK, 1949 - 1960)

Adbaston, Baron (UK, 1815 - 1825) - see Earl Whitworth

Adrian, Baron (UK, 1955 - 1995)

Ailwyn, Baron (UK, 1921 - 1988)

Airedale, Baron (UK, 1907 - 1996)

Airey, Baron (UK, 1876 - 1881)

Alcester, Baron (UK, 1882 - 1895)

Alington, Baron (UK, 1876 - 1940)

Allen of Hurtwood, Baron (UK, 1932 - 1939)

Allerton, Baron (UK, 1902 - 1991)

Alness, Baron (UK, 1934 - 1955)

Alvanley, Baron (UK, 1801 - 1857)

Alverstone, Baron (UK, 1900 - 1915) - see Viscount Alverstone

Amesbury, Baron (UK, 1832 - 1832)

Ammon, Baron (UK, 1944 - 1960)

Amulree, Baron (UK, 1929 - 1983)

Annesley, Baron (UK, 1917 - 1949) - the barony was held by the Viscounts Valentia from 1917, when the 11th Viscount Valentia was created Baron Annesley, until the death of the 12th Viscount Valentia in 1949, when the Barony of Annesley became extinct and the Viscountcy of Valentia passed to a distant cousin

Anslow, Baron (UK, 1916 - 1933)

Archibald, Baron (UK, 1949 - ????)

Arden, Baron (UK, 1802 - 2011) - the barony was held by the Earls of Egmont from 1841, when the 2nd Baron Arden succeeded his cousin as 6th Earl of Egmont, until 2011, when on the death of the 12th Earl of Egmont all his titles became extinct

Ardilaun, Baron (UK, 1880 - 1915)

Arklow, Baron (UK, 1881 - deprived 1919) - See Duke of Albany

Armaghdale, Baron (UK, 1918 - 1924)

Armitstead, Baron (UK, 1906 - 1915)

Armstrong, Baron (UK, 1887 - 1900)

Armstrong, Baron (UK, 1903 - 1987)

Arnold, Baron (UK, 1924 - 1945)

Ashfield, Baron (UK, 1920 - 1948)

Ashton, Baron (UK, 1895 - 1930)

Askwith, Baron (UK, 1919 - 1942)

Atholstan, Baron (UK, 1917 - 1938)

Austin, Baron (UK, 1936 - 1941)

Aveland, Baron (UK, 1856 - 1983) - see Earl of Ancaster

 

Badeley, Baron (UK, 1949 - 1951)

Balfour of Inchyre, Baron (UK, 1945 - 2013)

Barnby, Baron (UK, 1922 - 1982)

Barrogill, Baron (UK, 1866 - 1899) - see Earl of Caithness

Barrymore, Baron (UK, 1902 - 1925)

Bateman, Baron (UK, 1837 - 1931)

Battersea, Baron (UK, 1892 - 1907)

Bayford, Baron (UK, 1929 - 1940)

Beauchamp of Powyke, Baron (UK, 1806 - 1979) - see Earl Beauchamp

Beauvale, Baron (UK, 1839 - 1853) - in 1848 the 1st Baron Beauvale succeeded his brother as 3rd Viscount Melbourne; on his death in 1853 all his titles became extinct

Belstead, Baron (UK, 1938 - 2005)

Bennett of Edgbaston, Baron (UK, 1953 - 1957)

Beresford, Baron (UK, 1814 - 1854) - see Viscount Beresford

Beresford, Baron (UK, 1916 - 1919)

Bertie of Thame, Baron (UK, 1915 - 1954) - see Viscount Bertie of Thame

Beveridge, Baron (UK, 1946 - 1963)

Bexley, Baron (UK, 1823 - 1851)

Bilsland, Baron (UK, 1950 - 1970)

Bingley, Baron (UK, 1933- 1947)

Birkenhead, Baron (UK, 1919 - 1985) - see Earl of Birkenhead

Blachford, Baron (UK, 1871 - 1889)

Blackford, Baron (UK, 1935 - 1988)

Bloomfield, Baron (UK, 1871 - 1879) - see Baron Bloomfield

Blythswood, Baron (UK, 1892 - 1940)

Bolsover, Baron (UK, 1880 - 1977) - see Duke of Portland

Bottesford, Baron (UK, 1835 - 1941) - see Viscount Canterbury

Bowes, Baron (UK, 1815 - 1820) - see Earl of Strathmore & Kinghorne

Boyd-Orr, Baron (UK, 1949 - 1971)

Braintree, Baron (UK, 1948 - 1961)

Brampton, Baron (UK, 1899 - 1907)

Bramwell, Baron (UK, 1882 - 1892)

Brand, Baron (UK, 1946 - 1963)

Brassey, Baron (UK, 1886 - 1919) - see Earl Brassey

Breadalbane, Baron (UK, 1806 - 1862) - the barony was held by the Earls of Breadalbane and Holland from 1806, when the 4th Earl of Breadalbane and Holland was created Baron Breadalbane, and by the Marquesses of Breadalbane (1st creation) from 1831, when the 4th Earl of Breadalbane and Holland was created Earl of Ormerlie and Marquess of Breadalbane, until 1862, when on the death of the 2nd Marquess of Breadalbane the Barony of Breadalbane, the Earldom of Ormerlie and the Marquessate of Breadalbane (1st creation) became extinct

Breadalbane, Baron (UK, 1873 - 1922) - the barony was held by the 7th Earl of Breadalbane and Holland from 1873, when he was created Baron Breadalbane;  he was created Earl of Ormerlie and Marquess of Breadalbane (2nd creation) in 1885 and the Barony of Breadalbane, together with the Earldom of Ormerlie and the Marquessate of Breadalbane (2nd creation) became extinct on his death in 1922

Brecon, Baron (UK, 1958 - 1976)

Brooke of Oakley, Baron (UK, 1939 - 1944)

Brotherton, Baron (UK, 1929 - 1930)

Brougham and Vaux, Baron (UK, 1830 - 1868) - see Baron Brougham and Vaux

Broughshane, Baron (UK, 1945 - 2006)

Broughton, Baron (UK, 1851 - 1869)

Buckland, Baron (UK, 1926 - 1928)

Burdett-Coutts, Baroness (UK, 1871 - 1906)

Burghclere, Baron (UK, 1895 - 1921)

Burton, Baron (UK, 1886 - 1909) - see Baron Burton

Butler of Lauthony, Baron (UK, 1801 - 1820) - see Marquess of Ormonde

Byng of Vimy, Baron (UK, 1919 - 1935) - see Viscount Byng of Vimy

 

Cable, Baron (UK, 1921 - 1927)

Campion, Baron (UK, 1950 - 1958)

Carlingford, Baron (UK, 1874 - 1898)

Carmichael, Baron (UK, 1912 - 1926)

Carysfort, Baron (UK, 1801 - 1909) - see Earl of Carysfort

Castletown, Baron (UK, 1869 - 1937)

Cautley, Baron (UK, 1936 - 1946)

Chalmers, Baron (UK, 1919 - 1938)

Channing, Baron (UK, 1912 - 1926)

Charlemont, Baron (UK, 1837 - 1892) - see Earl of Charlemont

Charnwood, Baron (UK, 1911 - 1955)

Chatfield, Baron (UK, 1937 - 2007)

Chattisham, Baron (UK, 1945 - 1945)

Cherwell, Baron (UK, 1941 - 1957) - see Viscount Cherwell

Cheylesmore, Baron (UK, 1887 - 1985)

Clanbrassil, Baron (UK, 1821 - 1897) - the barony was held by the Earls of Roden from 1821, when the 3rd Earl of Roden was created Baron Clanbrassil, until the death of the 5th Earl of Roden in 1897, when the Barony of Clanbrassil became extinct and the Earldom of Roden passed to a cousin

Clandeboye, Baron (UK, 1850 - 1988) - the barony was held by the Barons Dufferin and Clandeboye from 1850, when the 5th Baron Dufferin and Clandeboye was created Baron Clandeboye, by the Earls of Dufferin from 1871, when the 5th Baron Dufferin and Clandeboye was created Viscount Clandeboye and Earl of Dufferin, and by the Marquesses of Dufferin and Ava from 1888, when the 1st Earl of Dufferin was created Marquess of Dufferin and Ava, until 1988, when on the death of the 5th Marquess of Dufferin and Ava the Barony of Clandeboye (together with the creations of 1871 and 1888) became extinct and the Barony of Dufferin and Clandeboye passed to a distant cousin

Clauson, Baron (UK, 1942 - 1946)

Clements. Baron (UK, 1831 - 1952) - see Earl of Leitrim

Clermont, Baron (UK, 1866 - 1887) - see Baron Clermont

Cloncurry, Baron (UK, 1831 - 1929) - see Baron Cloncurry (Peerage of Ireland)

Clyde, Baron (UK, 1858 - 1863)

Cohen of Birkenhead, Baron (UK, 1956 - 1977)

Colborne, Baron (UK, 1839 - 1854)

Colchester, Baron (UK, 1817 - 1919)

Colebrooke, Baron (UK, 1906 - 1939)

Collingwood, Baron (UK, 1805 - 1810)

Colonsay, Baron (UK, 1867 - 1874)

Conesford, Baron (UK, 1955 - 1974)

Connemara, Baron (UK, 1887 - 1902)

Conway of Allington, Baron (UK, 1931 - 1937)

Cooper of Culross, Baron (UK, 1954 - 1955)

Cope, Baron (UK, 1945 - 1946)

Courtauld-Thomson, Baron (UK, 1944 - 1954)

Courthorpe, Baron (UK, 1945 - 1955)

Courtney of Penwith, Baron (UK, 1906 - 1918)

Cozens-Hardy, Baron (UK, 1914 - 1975)

Cranworth, Baron (UK, 1850 - 1868)

Crewe, Baron (UK, 1806 - 1894) - see Marquess of Crewe

Culloden, Baron (UK, 1801 - 1904) - see Duke of Cambridge

Cunningham of Hyndhope, Baron (UK, 1945 - 1963) - see Viscount Cunningham of Hyndhope

Currie, Baron (UK, 1899 - 1906)

Cushenden, Baron (UK, 1927 - 1934)

 

D'Abernon, Baron (UK, 1914 - 1941) - see Viscount D'Abernon

Dalhousie, Baron (UK, 1815 - 1860)

Dalling and Bulwer, Baron (UK, 1871 - 1872)

Dalziel of Kirkcaldy, Baron (UK, 1921 - 1935)

Dalziel of Wooler, Baron (UK, 1927 - 1928)

Danesfort, Baron (UK, 1924 - 1935)

Dartrey, Baron (UK, 1817 - 1933) - see Earl of Dartrey

Daryngton, Baron (UK, 1923 - 1994)

Davidson of Lambeth, Baron (UK, 1928 - 1930)

Dawson of Penn, Baron (UK, 1920 - 1945) - see Viscount Dawson of Penn

De Freyne, Baron (UK, 1839 - 1856) - see Baron De Freyne (cr. 1851)

Desart, Baron (UK, 1909 - 1934) - see Earl of Desart

Desborough, Baron (UK, 1905 - 1945)

De Tabley, Baron (UK, 1826 - 1895)

de Vesci, Baron (UK, 1884 - 1903) - the barony was held by the 4th Viscount de Vesci from 1884, when he was created Baron de Vesci, until his death in 1903, when the Barony of de Vesci became extinct and the Viscountcy of de Vesci passed to a nephew

Dewar, Baron (UK, 1919 - 1930)

Dinorben, Baron (UK, 1831 - 1852)

Donington, Baron (UK, 1880 - 1927)

Dorchester, Baron (UK, 1899 - 1963)

Douglas of Barloch, Baron (UK, 1950 - 1980)

Douglas of Kirtleside, Baron (UK, 1948 - 1965)

Dover, Baron (UK, 1831 - 1899) - see Viscount Clifden

Dovercourt, Baron (UK, 1954 - 1961)

Doverdale, Baron (UK, 1917 - 1949)

Downham, Baron (UK, 1918 - 1920)

Drumalbyn, Baron (UK, 1963 - 1987)

Dublin, Baron (UK, 1850 - merged in the Crown 1901) - HRH Prince Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, was created Earl of Dublin in 1850; the earldom merged in the Crown on his accession to the Throne in 1901

Dugan of Victoria, Baron (UK, 1949 - 1951)

Dukeston, Baron (UK, 1947 - 1948)

Dunedin, Baron (UK, 1905 - 1942) - see Viscount Dunedin

Dunfermline, Baron (UK, 1839 - 1868)

Duveen, Baron (UK, 1933 - 1939)

 

Ebbisham, Baron (UK, 1928 - 1991)

Egerton of Tatton, Baron (UK, 1859 - 1958)

Elphinstone, Baron (UK, 1859 - 1860) - the barony was created for the 13th Lord Elphinstone (Peerage of Scotland) but became extinct on his death in 1860

Eltisley, Baron (UK, 1934 - 1942)

Emly, Baron (UK, 1874 - 1932)

Emmott, Baron (UK, 1911 - 1926)

Ennisdale, Baron (UK, 1939 - 1963)

Ennishowen and Carrickfergus, Baron (UK, 1841 - 1883) - the barony was created for Lord George Hamilton Chichester, styled Earl of Belfast;  in 1844 he succeeded his father as 3rd Marquess of Donegall and continued to hold the barony until his death without surviving sons in 1883, when the Barony of Ennishowen and Carrickfergus became extinct and his paternal titles passed to his brother

Ernle, Baron (UK, 1919 - 1937)

Erroll of Hale, Baron (UK, 1964 - 2000)

Erskine of Rerrick, Baron (UK, 1964 - 1995)

Eslington, Baron (UK, 1874 - 1904) - see Earl of Ravensworth

Essendon, Baron (UK, 1932 - 1978)

Estcourt, Baron (UK, 1903 - 1915)

Evans, Baron (UK, 1957 - 1963)

Evershed, Baron (UK, 1956 - 1966)

Eversley, Baron (UK, 1906 - 1928)

 

Faber, Baron (UK, 1905 - 1920)

Fairfield, Baron (UK, 1939 - 1945)

Fairhaven, Baron (UK, 1929 - 1966)

Farnborough, Baron (UK, 1826 - 1838)

Farnborough, Baron (UK, 1886 - 1886)

Farquhar, Baron (UK, 1898 - 1923) - see Earl Farquhar

Farrer, Baron (UK, 1893 - 1964)

Field, Baron (UK, 1890 - 1907)

Fife, Baron (UK, 1827 - 1857) - the 4th Earl Fife was created Baron Fife in 1827; on his death in 1857 the Barony of Fife became extinct and the Earldom of Fife passed to a nephew

Fingall, Baron (UK, 1831 - 1984) - see Earl of Fingall

Finlay, Baron (UK, 1916 - 1945) - see Viscount Finlay

FitzGerald, Baron (UK, 1835 - 1843)

FitzHardinge, Baron (UK, 1861 - 1916)

FitzMaurice, Baron (UK, 1906 - 1935)

FitzWalter, Baron (UK, 1868 - 1875)

Fleck, Baron (UK, 1961 - 1968)

Forster, Baron (UK, 1919 - 1936)

Forster of Harraby, Baron (UK, 1959 - 1972)

Fraser of Allander, Baron (UK, 1964 - disclaimed 1966 - 1987)

Fraser of North Cape, Baron (UK, 1946 - 1981)

Furness, Baron (UK, 1910 - 1995) - see Viscount Furness

Furnival of Malahide, Baron (UK, 1839 - 1849) - the barony was held by the 2nd Baron Talbot of Malahide, who was created Baron Furnival of Malahide in 1839;  on his death in 1849 the Barony of Furnival of Malahide became extinct and the Barony of Talbot of Malahide passed to his brother

Fyfe, Baron (UK, 1962 - 1967) - see Earl of Kilmuir

 

Gambier, Baron (UK, 1807 - 1833)

Gardner, Baron (UK, 1806 - ?dormant 1883) - see Baron Gardner (Peerage of Ireland)

Gladstone of Hawarden, Baron (UK, 1932 - 1935)

Gladwyn, Baron (UK, 1960 - 2017)

Glanely, Baron (UK, 1918 - 1942)

Glantawe, Baron (UK, 1906 - 1915)

Glenavy, Baron (UK, 1921 - 1984)

Glenelg, Baron (UK, 1835 - 1866)

Glenesk, Baron (UK, 1895 - 1908)

Glenlyon, Baron (UK, 1821 - 1957) - see Earl Strange

Glenravel, Baron (UK, 1936 - 1937)

Glentanar, Baron (UK, 1916 - 1971)

Glyn, Baron (UK, 1953 - 1960)

Godber, Baron (UK, 1956 - 1976)

Godolphin, Baron (UK, 1832 - 1964) - see Duke of Leeds

Greene, Baron (UK, 1941 - 1952)

Greville, Baron (UK, 1869 - 1987)

Grey de Radcliffe, Baron (UK, 1875 - 1885) - the 1st Baron Grey de Radcliffe succeeded his father as 3rd Earl of Wilton in 1882, and held both titles until his death s.p. in 1885, when the Barony of Grey de Radcliffe became extinct and the Earldom of Wilton passed to his younger brother

 

Hailes, Baron (UK, 1957 - 1974)

Hailey, Baron (UK, 1936 - 1959)

Haldon, Baron (UK, 1880 - 1939)

Haliburton, Baron (UK, 1898 - 1907)

Hamilton of Wishaw, Baron (UK, 1831 - 1868) - see Lord Belhaven and Stenton

Hammond, Baron (UK, 1874 - 1890)

Hanmer, Baron (UK, 1872 - 1881)

Hatherley, Baron (UK, 1868 - 1881)

Haversham, Baron (UK, 1906 - 1917)

Henderson, Baron (UK, 1945 - 1984)

Henderson of Ardwick, Baron (UK, 1950 - 1950)

Heneage, Baron (UK, 1896 - 1967)

Herries, Baron (UK, 1884 - 1908) - see Lord Herries

Herschell, Baron (UK, 1886 - 2008)

Hewart, Baron (UK, 1922 - 1964) - see Viscount Hewart

Heyworth, Baron (UK, 1955 - 1974)

Hill, Baron (UK, 1814 - 1842)

Hillingdon, Baron (UK, 1886 - 1982)

Hirst, Baron (UK, 1934 - 1943)

Hobhouse, Baron (UK, 1885 - 1904)

Holden, Baron (UK, 1908 - 1951)

Hood, Baron (UK, 1892 - 1901)

Horder, Baron (UK, 1933 - 1997)

Hore-Belisha, Baron (UK, 1954 - 1957)

Horne, Baron (UK, 1919 - 1929)

Houghton, Baron (UK, 1863 - 1945) - see Marquess of Crewe

Howden, Baron (UK, 1831 - 1873) - see Baron Howden (Peerage of Ireland)

Howth, Baron (UK, 1881 - 1909) - see Earl of Howth

Hungarton, Baron (UK, 1951 - 1966)

Hunsdon, Baron (UK, 1832 - 1884) - see Viscount of Falkland

Hurcomb, Baron (UK, 1950 - 1975)

Hutchinson, Baron (UK, 1801 - 1832) - the barony was created for John Hely-Hutchinson in 1801;  in 1825 he succeeded his brother as 2nd Earl of Donoughmore and continued to hold both titles until his death without children in 1832, when the Barony of Hutchinson became extinct and the Earldom of Donoughmore passed to his nephew

Hutchison of Montrose, Baron (UK, 1932 - 1950)

Hyndley, Baron (UK, 1931 - 1963) - see Viscount Hyndley

 

Ilford, Baron (UK, 1962 - 1974) 

Ilkeston, Baron (UK, 1910 - 1952)

Illingworth, Baron (UK, 1921 - 1942)

Inman, Baron (UK, 1946 - 1979)

Inverchapel, Baron (UK, 1946 - 1951)

Inverclyde, Baron (UK, 1897 - 1957)

Invernairn, Baron (UK, 1921 - 1936)

Islington, Baron (UK, 1910 - 1936)

Ismay, Baron (UK, 1947 - 1965)

 

Jackson, Baron (UK, 1945 - 1954)

James, Baron (UK, 1895 - 1911)

Jessel, Baron (UK, 1924 - 1990)

Jowitt, Baron (UK, 1945 - 1957) - see Earl Jowitt

 

Keane, Baron (UK, 1839 - 1901)

Keith, Baron (UK, 1803 - 1867) - see Viscount Keith

Kelhead, Baron (UK, 1893 - 1894)

Kelvin, Baron (UK, 1892 - 1907)

Kenmare, Baron (UK, 1841 - 1853) - see Earl of Kenmare

Kenmare, Baron (UK, 1856 - 1952) - see Earl of Kenmare

Kenry, Baron (UK, 1866 - 1926) - the barony was held by the Earls of Dunraven and Mount-Earl from 1866, when the 3rd Earl of Dunraven and Mount-Earl was created Baron Kenry, until the death of the 4th Earl of Dunraven and Mount-Earl in 1926, when the Barony of Kenry became extinct and the Earldom of Dunraven and Mount Earl passed to a cousin

Kesteven, Baron (UK, 1868 - 1915)

Keynes, Baron (UK, 1942 - 1946)

Killarney, Baron (UK, 1892 - merged in the Crown 1910) - see Duke of York

Killarney, Baron (UK, 1920 - merged in the Crown 1936) - see Duke of York

Kingsdown, Baron (UK, 1858 - 1867)

Kingston, Baron (UK, 1821 - 1869) - the barony was held by the Earls of Kingston from 1821, when the 3rd Earl of Kingston was created Baron Kingston, until the death of the 5th Earl of Kingston in 1869, when the Barony of Kingston became extinct and the Earldom of Kingston passed to a cousin

Kinnaird, Baron (UK, 1860 - 1997) - see Lord Kinnaird

Kinnear, Baron (UK, 1897 - 1917)

Kintore, Baron (UK, 1838 - 1966) - see Earl of Kintore

Kirkley, Baron (UK, 1930 - 1935)

Kitchener, Baron (UK, 1898 - 1916) - see Earl Kitchener of Khartoum and of Broome

Knaresborough, Baron (UK, 1905 - 1929)

Knightley, Baron (UK, 1892 - 1895)

Kylsant, Baron (UK, 1923 - 1937)

 

Lake, Baron (UK, 1804 - 1848) - see Viscount Lake

Lambourne, Baron (UK, 1917 - 1928)

Lambury, Baron (UK, 1962 - 1967)

Lamington, Baron (UK, 1880 - 1951)

Lanerton, Baron (UK, 1874 -extinct 1880)

Lang of Lambeth, Baron (UK, 1942 - 1945)

Langdale, Baron (UK, 1836 - 1851)

Lauderdale, Baron (UK, 1806 - 1863) - see Earl of Lauderdale

Lawrence of Kingsgate, Baron (UK, 1923 - 1927)

Lawson, Baron (UK, 1950 - 1965)

Lee of Fareham, Baron (UK, 1918 - 1947) - see Viscount Lee of Fareham

Leighton, Baron (UK, 1896 - 1896)

Leith of Fyvie, Baron (UK, 1905 - 1925)

Leverhulme, Baron (UK, 1917 - 2000) - the barony was held by the Viscounts Leverhulme from 1922, when the 1st Baron Leverhulme was created Viscount Leverhulme;  both titles became extinct in 2000 on the death of the 3rd Viscount Leverhulme

Lingen, Baron (UK, 1885 - 1905)

Lisgar, Baron (UK, 1870 - 1876)

Lismore, Baron (UK, 1838 - 1898) - see Viscount Lismore

Lister, Baron (UK, 1897 - 1912)

Llangattock, Baron (UK, 1892 - 1916)

Llanover, Baron (UK, 1859 - 1867)

Llewellin, Baron (UK, 1945 - 1957)

Lloyd, Baron (UK, 1925 - 1985)

Loch, Baron (UK, 1895 - 1991)

Lochee, Baron (UK, 1908 - 1911)

Loreburn, Baron (UK, 1906 - 1923) - see Earl Loreburn

Ludlow, Baron (UK, 1831 - 1842) - the barony was held by the 3rd Earl Ludlow from its creation in 1831 until his death in 1841, when all his titles became extinct

Ludlow, Baron (UK, 1897 - 1922)

Lugard, Baron (UK, 1928 - 1945)

Lurgan, Baron (UK, 1839 - 1991)

Lyell, Baron (UK, 1914 - 2017)

Lyle of Westbourne, Baron (UK, 1945 - 1976)

Lyndhurst, Baron (UK, 1827 - 1863)

Lynedoch, Baron (UK, 1814 - 1843)

Lyons, Baron (UK, 1856 - 1887) - see Viscount Lyons

 

Mabane, Baron (UK, 1962 - 1969)

Macauley, Baron (UK, 1857 - 1859)

McCorquodale of Newton, Baron (UK, 1955 - 1971)

Macdonald of Earnscliffe, Baron (UK, 1891 - 1920)

Macdonald of Gwaenysgor, Baron (UK, 1949 - 2002)

MacDonnell, Baron (UK, 1908 - 1925)

McEntee, Baron (UK, 1951 - 1953)

Maenan, Baron (UK, 1948 - 1951)

Magheramorne, Baron (UK, 1887 - 1957)

Malcolm, Baron (UK, 1896 - 1902)

Mamhead, Baron (UK, 1931 - 1945)

Marjoribanks, Baron (UK, 1873 - 1873)

Marks, Baron (UK, 1929 - 1938)

Marley, Baron (UK, 1930 - 1990)

Marshall of Chipstead, Baron (UK, 1921 - 1936)

Masham, Baron (UK, 1891 - 1924)

Mathers, Baron (UK, 1952 - 1956)

Melbourne, Baron (UK, 1815 - 1853) - the Barony was held by the Viscounts Melbourne from 1815, when the 1st Viscount Melbourne was created Baron Melbourne, until 1853, when on the death of the 3rd Viscount Melbourne all his titles became extinct

Melrose, Baron (UK, 1827 - 1858) - see Earl of Haddington

Meredyth, Baron (UK, 1866 - 1929) - see Baron Athlumney

Merriman, Baron (UK, 1941 - 1962)

Metcalfe, Baron (UK, 1845 - 1846)

Michelham, Baron (UK, 1905 - 1984)

Mildmay of Flete, Baron (UK, 1922 - 1950)

Milford, Baron (UK, 1847 - 1857)

Milner, Baron (UK, 1901 - 1925) - see Viscount Milner

Monckton, Baron (UK, 1887 - 1971) - the barony was held by the Viscounts Galway from 1887, when the 7th Viscount Galway was created Baron Monckton, until 1971, when on the death of the 9th Viscount Galway the Barony of Monckton became extinct and the Viscountcy of Galway passed to a cousin

Moore, Baron (UK, 1801 - 1892) - the barony was held by the Marquesses of Drogheda from 1801, when the 1st Marquess of Drogheda was created Baron Moore, until the death of the 3rd Marquess of Drogheda in 1892, when both titles became extinct

Morrison, Baron (UK, 1945 - 1997)

Mount Stephen, Baron (UK, 1891 - 1921)

Mount Temple, Baron (UK, 1880 - 1888)

Mount Temple, Baron (UK, 1932 - 1939)

Muir Mackenzie, Baron (UK, 1915 - 1930)

Muncaster, Baron (UK, 1898 - 1917) - see Baron Muncaster (Peerage of Ireland)

Murray of Elibank, Baron (UK, 1912 - 1920) - see Lord Elibank

 

Newlands, Baron (UK, 1898 - 1929)

Nicholson, Baron (UK, 1912 - 1918)

Norman, Baron (UK, 1944 - 1950)

Normanbrook, Baron (UK, 1963 - 1967)

Northcliffe, Baron (UK, 1905 - 1922) - see Viscount Northcliffe

Northcote, Baron (UK, 1900 - 1911)

Nuffield, Baron (UK, 1934 - 1963) - see Viscount Nuffield

Nugent, Baron (UK, 1960 - 1973)

Nuneham, Baron (UK, 1917 - 1979) - see Viscount Harcourt

 

O'Brien, Baron (UK, 1900 - 1914)

Olivier, Baron (UK, 1924 - 1943)

Ormathwaite, Baron (UK, 1868 - 1984)

Ormonde, Baron (UK, 1821 - 1997) - the barony was granted to the 19th Earl of Ormonde in 1821; in 1825 he was created Marquess of Ormonde and the barony was held by the Marquesses of Ormonde until 1997, when on the death of the 7th Marquess of Ormonde both the barony and the marquessate became extinct

Overstone, Baron (UK, 1850 - 1883)

Overtoun, Baron (UK, 1893 - 1908)

 

Panmure, Baron (UK, 1831 - 1874)

Passfield, Baron (UK, 1929 - 1947)

Pauncefote, Baron (UK, 1899 - 1902)

Peckover, Baron (UK, 1907 - 1919)

Penshurst, Baron (UK, 1825 - 1869) - the barony was created for the 6th Viscount Strangford in 1825 and became extinct on the death of the 8th Viscount Strangford in 1869

Pentland, Baron (UK, 1909 - 1984)

Penzance, Baron (UK, 1869 - 1899)

Percy of Newcastle, Baron (UK, 1953 - 1958)

Perry, Baron (UK, 1938 - 1956)

Pethick-Lawrence, Baron (UK, 1945 - 1961)

Pirbright, Baron (UK, 1895 - 1903)

Pirrie, Baron (UK, 1906 - 1924) - see Viscount Pirrie

Playfair, Baron (UK, 1892 - 1939)

Plender, Baron (UK, 1931 - 1946)

Plumer, Baron (UK, 1919 - 1944) - see Viscount Plumer

Ponsonby, Baron (UK, 1806 - 1866)

Pontypridd, Baron (UK, 1912 - 1927)

Portal, Baron (UK, 1935 - 1949) - see Viscount Portal

Portal of Hungerford, Baron (UK, 1945 - 1990)

Portsea, Baron (UK, 1934 - 1948)

Prudhoe, Baron (UK, 1816 - 1865) - See Duke of Northumberland

 

Queenborough, Baron (UK, 1918 - 1949)

Quibell, Baron (UK, 1945 - 1962)

Quickswood, Baron (UK, 1941 - 1956)

 

Raby, Baron (UK, 1833 - 1891) - the barony was held by the Dukes of Cleveland from 1833, when the 1st Marquess of Cleveland was created Baron Raby and Duke of Cleveland, until the death of the 4th Duke of Cleveland in 1891, when all three titles as well as the Viscountcy of Barnard and the Earldom of Darlington became extinct

Radcliffe, Baron (UK, 1949 - 1977)

Ramsden, Baron (UK, 1945 - 1955)

Rank, Baron (UK, 1957 - 1972)

Ranksborough, Baron (UK, 1914 - 1921)

Rathmore, Baron (UK, 1895 - 1919)

Rawlinson, Baron (UK, 1919 - 1925)

Reay, Baron (UK, 1881 - 1921) - see Lord Reay

Redesdale, Baron (UK, 1802 - 1886) - see Earl of Redesdale

Rendel, Baron (UK, 1894 - 1913)

Rhayader, Baron (UK, 1932 - 1939)

Rhondda, Baron (UK, 1918 - 1958) - see Viscount Rhondda

Riddell, Baron (UK, 1920 - 1934)

Rivers, Baron (UK, 1802 - 1880)

Robartes, Baron (UK, 1869 - 1974) - see Viscount Clifden

Roberts, Baron (UK, 1892 - 1914) - see Earl Roberts

Robins, Baron (UK, 1958 - 1962)

Robinson, Baron (UK, 1947 - 1952)

Robson, Baron (UK, 1910 - 1918)

Roe, Baron (UK, 1917 - 1923)

Romilly, Baron (UK, 1866 - 1983)

Rookwood, Baron (UK, 1892 - 1902)

Rosmead, Baron (UK, 1898 - 1933)

Ross, Baron (UK, 1815 - 1890) - see Earl of Glasgow

Rossie, Baron (UK, 1831 - 1878) - see Lord Kinnaird

Rotherham, Baron (UK, 1910 - 1950)

Roundway, Baron (UK, 1916 - 1944)

Rowton, Baron (UK, 1880 - 1903)

Royden, Baron (UK, 1944 - 1950)

Rushcliffe, Baron (UK, 1935 - 1949)

Rusholme, Baron (UK, 1945 - 1977)

Rutherford of Nelson, Baron (UK, 1931 - 1937)

 

Saint Audries, Baron (UK, 1911 - 1971)

Saint Helens, Baron (UK, 1801 - 1839) - the barony was granted to the 1st Baron Saint Helens [I] in 1801, and both baronies became extinct on his death in 1839

Saint Helier, Baron (UK, 1905 - 1905)

Saint Just, Baron (UK, 1935 - 1984)

Saint Leonards, Baron (UK, 1852 - 1985)

Salter, Baron (UK, 1953 - 1975)

Sanderson, Baron (UK, 1905 - 1923)

Sanderson, Baron (UK, 1930 - 1939)

Sandford, Baron (UK, 1891 - 1893)

Sankey, Baron (UK, 1929 - 1948) - see Viscount Sankey

Schuster, Baron (UK, 1944 - 1956)

Seaforth, Baron (UK, 1921 - 1923)

Seaton, Baron (UK, 1839 - 1955)

Sefton, Baron (UK, 1831 - 1972) - see Earl of Sefton

Segrave, Baron (UK, 1831 - 1857)

Shand, Baron (UK, 1892 - 1904)

Shandon, Baron (UK, 1918 - 1930)

Sheffield, Baron (UK, 1802 - 1909) - the barony was held by the Barons Sheffield [I] from 1802, when the 1st Baron Sheffield in the Peerage of Ireland was created Baron Sheffield in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, and by the Earls of Sheffield from 1816, when the 1st Baron Sheffield was created Viscount Pevensey and Earl of Sheffield, until 1909, when on the death of the 3rd Earl of Sheffield the United Kingdom Barony of Sheffield (together with the creations of 1816) became extinct and the Irish Barony of Sheffield passed to a distant cousin

Sherwood, Baron (UK, 1941 - 1970)

Shute, Baron (UK, 1880 - 1990) - see Viscount Barrington

Simonds, Baron (UK, 1952 - 1971) - see Viscount Simonds

Skene, Baron (UK, 1857 - 1912) - see Duke of Fife

Snell, Baron (UK, 1931 - 1944)

Solway, Baron (UK, 1833 - 1837) - see Marquess of Queensberry

Somerhill, Baron (UK, 1826 - 1916) - see Marquess of Clanricarde

Southborough, Baron (UK, 1917 - 1992)

Southwark, Baron (UK, 1910 - 1929)

Southwood, Baron (UK, 1937 - 1946) - see Viscount Southwood

Stalbridge, Baron (UK, 1886 - 1949)

Stamfordham, Baron (UK, 1911 - 1931)

Stanmore, Baron (UK, 1893 - 1957)

Sterndale, Baron (UK, 1918 - 1923)

Stevenson, Baron (UK, 1924 - 1926)

Stowell, Baron (UK, 1821 - 1836)

Strachie, Baron (UK, 1911 - 1973)

Strang, Baron (UK, 1954 - 2014)

Strathclyde, Baron (UK, 1914 - 1928)

Strathcona and Mount Royal, Baron (UK, 1897 - 1914)

Strathnairn, Baron (UK, 1866 - 1885)

Strathspey, Baron (UK, 1858 - 1884) - see Earl of Seafield

Strickland, Baron (UK, 1928 - 1940)

Stuart de Decies, Baron (UK, 1839 - 1874)

Stuart de Rothesay, Baron (UK, 1828 - 1845)

Stuart of Wortley, Baron (UK, 1917 - 1926)

Sydenham, Baron (UK, 1840 - 1841)

Sydenham of Combe, Baron (UK, 1913 - 1933)

Sysonby, Baron (UK, 1935 - 2009)

 

Tadcaster, Baron (UK, 1826 - 1846) - the barony was held by the 2nd Marquess of Thomond from 1826 until his death in 1846, when the barony became extinct

Talbot de Malahide, Baron (UK, 1856 - 1973) - see Baron Talbot of Malahide

Taunton, Baron (UK, 1859 - 1869)

Taylour, Baron (UK, 1952 - 1962) - see Earl of Winterton

Tenterden, Baron (UK, 1927 - 1939)

Tewkesbury, Baron (UK, 1831 - 2000) - the barony was held by the Earls of Munster from 1831, when the 1st Earl of Munster was created Baron Tewkesbury, Viscount FitzClarence and Earl of Munster, until 2000, when the titles became extinct on the death of the 7th Earl of Munster

Thomond, Baron (UK, 1801 - 1808) - the barony was held by the 1st Marquess of Thomond from 1801 until his death in 1808, when the barony became extinct

Thomson, Baron (UK, 1924 - 1930)

Thring, Baron (UK, 1886 - 1907)

Tovey, Baron (UK, 1946 - 1971)

Tredegar, Baron (UK, 1859 - 1962) - see Viscount Tredegar

Trent, Baron (UK, 1929 - 1956)

Treowen, Baron (UK, 1917 - 1933)

Truro, Baron (UK, 1850 - 1899)

Turnour, Baron (UK, 1952 - 1962) - in 1952 the 6th Earl Winterton was created Baron Turnour ; on his death in 1962 the Barony of Turnour became extinct and the Earldom of Winterton passed to a kinsman

Tweedmouth, Baron (UK, 1881 - 1935)

Tyrrell, Baron (UK, 1929 - 1947)

 

Uvedale of North End, Baron (UK, 1946 - 1974)

 

Vansittart, Baron (UK, 1941 - 1957)

 

Wakefield, Baron (UK, 1930 - 1941) - see Viscount Wakefield

Wakefield of Kendal, Baron (UK, 1963 - 1983)

Waleran, Baron (UK, 1905 - 1966)

Walkden, Baron (UK, 1945 - 1951)

Wallace, Baron (UK, 1828 - 1844)

Wandsworth, Baron (UK, 1895 - 1912)

Wantage, Baron (UK, 1885 - 1901)

Wargrave, Baron (UK, 1922 - 1936)

Waring, Baron (UK, 1922 - 1940)

Warrington of Clyffe, Baron (UK, 1926 - 1937)

Waveney, Baron (UK, 1873 - 1886)

Wavertree, Baron (UK, 1919 - 1933)

Weardale, Baron (UK, 1906 - 1923)

Webb-Johnson, Baron (UK, 1945 - 1958)

Weeks, Baron (UK, 1956 - 1960)

Welby, Baron (UK, 1894 - 1915)

Wenlock, Baron (UK, 1831 - 1834)

Wenlock, Baron (UK, 1839 - 1932)

Wenman, Baron (UK, 1834 - 1870)

Wensleydale, Baron (UK, 1856 - 1868)

Western, Baron (UK, 1833 - 1844)

Wester Wemyss, Baron (UK, 1919 - 1933)

Weston-super-Mare, Baron (UK, 1963 - 1965) - see Earl Alexander of Hillsborough

Whitburgh, Baron (UK, 1912 - 1967)

Williams, Baron (UK, 1948 - 1966)

Willingdon, Baron (UK, 1910 - 1979) - see Marquess of Willingdon

Wilmot of Selmeston, Baron (UK, 1950 - 1964)

Winmarleigh, Baron (UK, 1874 - 1892)

Winster, Baron (UK, 1942 - 1961)

Winterstoke, Baron (UK, 1906 - 1911)

Wittenham, Baron (UK, 1918 - 1931)

Wolseley, Baron (UK, 1882 - 1913) - see Viscount Wolseley

Woodbridge, Baron (UK, 1932 - 1949)

Woolavington, Baron (UK, 1922 - 1935)

Wyfold, Baron (UK, 1919 - 1999)

 

Ystwyth, Baron (UK, 1921 - 1935)

 

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