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Current English Baronetcies

 

Acland later Dyke-Acland, of Columb-John, co. Devon (created 1677/8 with precedence from 1644)

Acton, of Aldenham, co. Salop (created 1643/4)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Acton since 11 Dec 1869, when the 8th Baronet became the 1st Baron Acton

Ashburnham, of Broomham, co. Sussex (created 1661)

Astley, of Hill Morton, co. Warwick (created 1660)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Hastings since 18 May 1841, when the abeyance of the Barony of Hastings was terminated in favour of the 6th Baronet, who became the 16th Baron Hastings

 

Bacon, of Redgrave, co. Suffolk (created 1611) Premier Baronet of England

Bacon, of Mildenhall, co. Suffolk (created 1627)

The Baronetcy has been held concurrently with the Baronetcy of Bacon of Redgrave from 1755

Bagot, of Blithfield, co. Stafford (created 1627)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Bagot since 17 Oct 1780, when the 6th Baronet became the 1st Baron Bagot

Bampfylde, of Poltimore, co. Devon (created 1641)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Poltimore since 10 Sep 1831, when the 6th Baronet became the 1st Baron Poltimore

Berney, of Park Hall in Reedham, co. Norfolk (created 5 May 1620)

Sir Richard Berney, 1st Bt. (died 1668), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Berney, 2nd Bt. (died 1693), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Berney, 3rd Bt. (died May 1706), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Berney, 4th Bt. (died 1710), suc. by his brother

Sir Thomas Berney, 5th Bt. (died 1742), suc. by his son

Sir Hanson Berney, 6th Bt. (died 1778), suc. by his son

Sir John Berney, 7th Bt. (died 4 Sep 1825), suc. by his son

Sir Hanson Berney, 8th Bt. (died Sep 1870), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Hanson Berney, 9th Bt. (died 27 Feb 1907), suc. by his grandson

Sir Thomas Reedham Burney, 10th Bt. (died 5 Jan 1975), suc. by his grandson

Sir Julian Reedham Stuart Berney, 11th Bt.

b. 26 Sep 1952; son and heir: William Reedham John Berney (b. 29 Jun 1980)

Address: Reeds House, 40 London Road, Maldon, Essex CM9 6HE

Arms: Quarterly Gules and Or over all a Cross engrailed Ermine; Crest: A Plume of five Ostrich Feathers alternately Azure and Gules: Motto: Nil Temere, Neque Timore (Nothing with rashness or fear)

Biddulph, of Westcombe, co. Kent (created 2 Nov 1664)

Sir Theophilus Biddulph, 1st Bt. MP (buried 11 Apr 1683), suc. by his son

Sir Michael Biddulph, 2nd Bt. MP (died 20 Apr 1718), suc. by his son

Sir Theophilus Biddulph, 3rd Bt. (died 16 May 1743), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Sir Theophilus Biddulph, 4th Bt. (died 1801), suc. by his son

Sir Theophilus Biddulph, 5th Bt. (died 30 Jul 1841), suc. by his son

Sir Theophilus Biddulph, 6th Bt. (died 15 Jul 1854), suc. by his son

Sir Theophilus William Biddulph, 7th Bt. JP DL (died 1 Mar 1883), suc. by his son

Sir Theophilus George Biddulph, 8th Bt. (died 31 Jan 1948), suc. by his fifth cousin once removed

Sir Francis Henry Biddulph, 9th Bt. (died .....), suc. by his son

Sir Stuart Royden Biddulph, 10th Bt. (died 1986), suc. by his son

Sir (Ian) Jack d'Olier Biddulph, 11th Bt.

b. 28 Feb 1940; son and heir: Paul William Biddulph (b. 30 Oct 1967)

Address: 17 Kendall Street, Oxley, Queensland 4075, Australia

Arms: Vert an Eagle displayed Argent a Canton of the second; Crest: A Wolf salient Argent charged on the shoulder with a Trefoil slipped Gules

Blackett, of Newcastle, co. Northumberland (created 12 Dec 1673)

Sir William Blackett, 1st Bt. MP (died 16 May 1680), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Blackett, 2nd Bt. MP (died 23 Apr 1718), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Edward Blackett, 3rd Bt. RN (died Mar 1756), suc. by his nephew

Sir Edward Blackett, 4th Bt. MP (died 3 Feb 1804), suc. by his son

Sir William Blackett, 5th Bt. (died 27 Oct 1816), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Blackett, 6th Bt. JP DL (died 23 Nov 1885), suc. by his son

Maj Gen Sir Edward William Blackett, 7th Bt. CB (died 13 Sep 1909), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Hugh Douglas Blackett, 8th Bt. JP (died 13 Nov 1960), suc. by his son

Maj Sir Charles Douglas Blackett, 9th Bt. DL (died 26 Dec 1968), suc. by his brother

Sir George William Blackett, 10th Bt. (died 1994), suc. by his brother

Maj Sir Francis Hugh Blackett, 11th Bt. (died 1995), suc. by his son

Sir Hugh Francis Blackett, 12th Bt.

b. 11 Feb 1955; son and heir: Henry Douglas Blackett (b. 2 Feb 1992)

Address: Halton Castle, Corbridge, Northumberland

Arms: Argent on a Chevron between three Mullets pierced Sable as many Escallops of the field; Crest: A Hawk's Head erased proper; Motto: Nous Travaillerons En Esperance (We will labour in hope)

Blois, of Grundisburgh and Cockfield Hall, co. Suffolk (created 15 Apr 1686)

Sir Charles Blois, 1st Bt. (died 9 Apr 1738), suc. by his grandson

Sir Charles Blois, 2nd Bt. (died 26 Feb 1760), suc. by his uncle

Sir Charles Blois, 3rd Bt. (bur. 27 Dec 1761), suc. by his half-brother

Rev Sir Ralph Blois, 4th Bt. (died 8 May 1762), suc. by his son

Sir John Blois, 5th Bt. (died 17 Jan 1810), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Blois, 6th Bt. (died 20 Aug 1850), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Blois, 7th Bt. (died 12 Jun 1855), suc. by his nephew

Sir John Ralph Blois, 8th Bt. (died 31 Dec 1888), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Ralph Barrett Macnaghten Blois, 9th Bt. DL (died 18 Mar 1950), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Gervase Ralph Edmund Blois, 10th Bt. MC (died 22 May 1968), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Nicholas Gervase Blois, 11th Bt.

b. 25 Dec 1939; son and heir: Andrew Charles David Blois (b. 7 Feb 1971)

Address: Red House, Westleton, Saxmundham, Suffolk IP17 3EQ

Arms: Gules a Bend Vair between two Fleurs-de-lys Argent; Crest: A Gauntlet proper holding a Fleur-de-lys Argent; Motto: Je Me Fie En Dieu (I trust in God)

Blount, of Sodington, co. Worcester (created 6 Oct 1642)

Sir Walter Blount, 1st Bt. MP (died 27 Aug 1654), suc. by his son

Sir George Blount, 2nd Bt. (died 12 Nov 1667), suc. by his son

Sir Walter Kirkham Blount, 3rd Bt. (died 12 May 1717), suc. by his nephew

Sir Edward Blount, 4th Bt. (died 16 Feb 1758), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Blount, 5th Bt. (died 19 Oct 1765), suc. by his brother

Sir Walter Blount, 6th Bt. (died 5 Oct 1785), suc. by his son

Sir Walter Blount, 7th Bt. (died 31 Oct 1803), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Blount, 8th Bt. (died 28 Apr 1881), suc. by his son

Sir Walter de Sodington Blount, 9th Bt. JP DL (died 26 Oct 1915), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir Walter Aston Blount, 10th Bt. (died 13 Jun 1958), suc. by his brother

Sir (Edward) Robert Blount, 11th Bt. (died 21 Jan 1978), suc. by his son

Sir Walter Edward Alpin Blount, 12th Bt. DSC

b. 31 Oct 1917; heir: none

Address: Tilkhurst, Imberhorne Lane, East Grinstead, Sussex RH19 1TY

Arms: Barry nebuly of six Or and Sable; Crest: An Armed Foot in the Sun all proper; Motto: Lux Tua Via Mea (Thy light, my path)

Boothby, of Clater Cote, co. Oxford (created 5 Nov 1644) and Boothby, of Broadlow Ash, co. Derby (created 13 Jul 1660)

Sir William Boothby, 1st Bt. (died 24 Mar 1706/7), suc. by his grandson

Sir Henry Boothby, 2nd Bt. (bur. 25 Nov 1710), suc. by his half-uncle

Sir William Boothby, 3rd Bt. (died 1731), suc. by his grandson

Maj Gen Sir William Boothby, 4th Bt. (died 15 Apr 1787), suc. by his second cousin once removed

Sir Brooke Boothby, 5th Bt. (died 9 Apr 1789), suc. by his son

Sir Brooke boothby, 6th Bt. (died 23 Jan 1824), suc. by his brother

Maj Sir William Boothby, 7th Bt. (died 17 Mar 1824), suc. by his son

Capt Sir William Boothby, 8th Bt. CB ADC (died 21 Apr 1846), suc. by his son

Rev Sir Brooke William Robert Boothby, 9th Bt. (died 21 Sep 1865), suc. by his son

Sir Brooke Boothby, 10th Bt. (died 22 Jun 1913), suc. by his brother

Sir Charles Francis Boothby, 11th Bt. (died 4 Apr 1926), suc. by his brother

Rev Sir Herbert Cecil Boothby, 12th Bt. (died 27 Mar 1935), suc. by his brother

Sir Seymour William Boothby, 13th Bt. (died 17 Mar 1951), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Hugo Robert Brooke Boothby, 14th Bt. (died 1986), suc. by his son

Sir Brooke Charles Boothby, 15th Bt.

b. 6 Apr 1949; distant cousin and heir presumptive: George William Boothby (b. 18 Jun 1948)

Address: Fonmon Castle, Barry, South Glamorgan CF62 3ZN

Arms: Argent on a Canton Sable a Lion's Jamb erased and erect Or; Crest: A Lion's Jamb erased and erect Or; Motto: Mors Christi Mors Mortis Mihi (The death of Christ is to me the death of death)

Boreel, of Amsterdam, Holland (created 21 Mar 1645)

Sir William Boreel, 1st Bt. (died 29 Sep 1668), suc. by his son

Sir John Boreel, 2nd Bt. (died 29 Mar 1691), suc. by his son

Capt Sir William Boreel, 3rd Bt. (died 23 Sep 1710), suc. by his brother

Rear Admiral Sir Adrian Boreel, 4th Bt. (died 15 Jul 1723), suc. by his cousin

Sir Balthasar Boreel, 5th Bt. (died 28 Jun 1744), suc. by his nephew

Sir William Boreel, 6th Bt. (died 14 Feb 1787), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Sir William Boreel, 7th Bt. (died 31 Jul 1796), suc. by his son

Jonkheer Sir James Boreel, 8th Bt. (died 12 Apr 1821), suc. by his son

Jonkheer Sir William Boreel, 9th Bt. (died 1883), suc. by his son

Jonkheer Sir Jacob William Boreel, 10th Bt. (died 16 Jul 1937), suc. by his fourth cousin once removed

Sir Francis William Robert Boreel, 11th Bt. (died 1 Jun 1941), suc. by his brother

Sir Alfred boreel, 12th Bt. (died 20 Aug 1964), suc. by his son

Sir Francis David Boreel, 13th Bt. (died 24 Mar 2001), suc. by his fourth cousin once removed

Sir Stephen Gerard Boreel, 14th Bt.

b. 9 Feb 1945; son and heir: Jacob Lucas Cornelis Boreel

Address: Elzenoord 30, 8172 AZ Vaasseen, Netherlands

Arms: Argent on a Chevron between three Bugle Horns Sable two Whips thonged proper on a Chief Gules a Lion passant guardant Or; Crest: A Demi-Man Sable wreathed about the head and loins holding in his dexter hand an Arrow in bend sinister point upwards proper

Bowyer, of Denham Court, co. Buckingham (created 1660)

Sir William Bowyer, 1st Bt. MP (died 2 Oct 1679), suc. by his son

Sir William Bowyer, 2nd Bt. MP (died 13 Feb 1721/2), suc. by his grandson

Sir William Bowyer, 3rd Bt. (died 12 Jul 1768), suc. by his son

Sir William Bowyer, 4th Bt. (died Apr 1799), suc. by his brother

Sir George Bowyer, 5th and 1st Bt. MP (died 6 Dec 1799), suc. by his son

Sir George Bowyer, 6th and 2nd Bt. MP (died 1 Jul 1860), suc. by his son

Sir George Bowyer, 7th and 3rd Bt. MP (died 7 Jun 1883), suc. by his brother

Sir William Bowyer, 8th and 4th Bt. (died 30 May 1893), suc. by his nephew

Sir George Henry Bowyer, 9th and 5th Bt. (died 27 Sep 1950), suc. by his third cousin twice removed

Bertrand Stanley Mitford [Bowyer], 2nd Baron Denham

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Denham since 27 Sep 1950 when the Baronetcy passed to the 2nd Baron Denham

Bowyer-Smyth, of Hill Hall, co. Essex (created 28 Nov 1661)

Sir Thomas Smith, 1st Bt. (died 5 May 1668), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Smyth, 2nd Bt. (died 24 Jun 1713), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Smyth, 3rd Bt. (died 16 Aug 1744), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Smyth, 4th Bt. (died 4 Mar 1760), suc. by his brother

Sir Charles Smyth, 5th Bt. (died 24 Mar 1773), suc. by his brother

Rev Sir William Smyth, 6th Bt. (died 25 Jan 1777), suc. by his son

Col Sir William Smijth, 7th Bt. (died 1 May 1823) suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Smijth, 8th Bt. (died 5 Oct 1833), suc. by his brother

Cdr Sir John Smijth, 9th Bt. RN (died 9 Dec 1838), suc. by his brother

Rev Sir Edward Smijth later Bowyer-Smijth, 10th Bt. (died 15 Aug 1850), suc. by his son

Sir William Bowyer-Smijth, 11th Bt. JP DL MP (died 20 Nov 1883), suc. by his son

Sir William Bowyer-Smijth, 12th Bt. (died 22 Jul 1916), suc. by his cousin

Lt Col Sir Alfred John Bowyer-Smijth later Bowyer-Smyth, 13th Bt. (died 4 Aug 1927), suc. by his nephew

Cdre Sir Philip Weyland Bowyer-Smijth later Bowyer-Smyth, 14th Bt. ADC RN (died 1978), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Weyland Bowyer-Smyth, 15th Bt.

b. 25 Jun 1960; son and heir: Casimir Stanley Giedroyc Bowyer-Smith (b. 13 Sep 1997)

Address: c/o Stour House, Fordwich, Canterbury, Kent CT2 0DA

Arms: Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Sable a Fess dancetty Argent billety of the first between three Lioncels rampant guardant of the second each supporting an Altar Or flaming proper (Smyth); 2nd and 3rd, Or a Bend Vair cotised Gules (Bowyer); Crests: 1st: A Salamander in flames proper (Smyth); 2nd: On a Ducal Coronet Or an Heraldic Tiger sejant Argent (Bowyer); Motto: Qua Pote Lucet (He shines in every way possible)

Bridgeman, of Great Lever, co. Lancaster (created 1660)

Sir Orlando Bridgeman, 1st Bt. (died 25 Jun 1674), suc. by his son

Sir John Bridgeman, 2nd Bt. (died 24 Aug 1710), suc. by his son

Sir John Bridgeman, 3rd Bt. (died 23 Jul 1747), suc. by his son

Sir Orlando Bridgeman, 4th Bt. MP (died 25 Jul 1764), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Bridgeman, 5th Bt. MP, later 1st Baron Bradford

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Bradford (later Earls of Bradford) since 13 Aug 1794, when the 5th Baronet became the 1st Baron Bradford

Brooke, of Norton Priory, co. Chester (created 12 Dec 1662)

Sir Henry Brooke, 1st Bt. MP (d. 1664), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Brooke, 2nd Bt. (died 9 Feb 1709/10), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Brooke, 3rd Bt. (died 1739), suc. by his grandson

Sir Richard Brooke, 4th Bt. (died 6 Jul 1781), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Brooke, 5th Bt. (died 6 Mar 1795), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Brooke, 6th Bt. (died 11 Nov 1865), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Brooke, 7th Bt. (died 3 Mar 1888), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Marcus Brooke, 8th Bt. JP DL (died 30 Sep 1920), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Christopher Brooke, 9th Bt. JP DL (died 1981), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Neville Brooke, 10th Bt. (d. 1997), suc. by his son

Sir (Richard) David Christopher Brooke, 11th Bt. (died 24 Oct 2012), suc. by his son

Richard Christopher Brooke, de jure 12th Bt.

b. 10 Jul 1966; brother and heir: Edward Marcus Brooke (b. 24 Mar 1970)

Address: The Manor House, Cholderton, Wiltshire SP4 0DW

Arms: Or a Cross engrailed per pale Gules and Sable; Crest: A Brock or Badger proper; Motto: Faste Without Fraude

Broughton, of Broughton, co. Stafford (created 10 Mar 1660/1)

Sir Brian Broughton, 1st Bt. (died 30 Jul 1708), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Broughton, 2nd Bt. (died 1710), suc. by his son

Sir Brian Broughton, 3rd Bt. MP (died 12 Sep 1724), suc. by his son

Sir Brian Broughton later Broughton-Delves, 4th Bt. MP (died 11 Aug 1744), suc. by his son

Sir Brian Broughton-Delves, 5th Bt. (died 16 Jan 1766), suc. by his brother

Sir Thomas Broughton, 6th Bt. (died 23 Jul 1813), suc. by his son

General Sir John Delves Broughton, 7th Bt. (died 9 Aug 1847), suc. by his brother

Rev Sir Henry Delves Broughton, 8th Bt. (died 3 Nov 1851), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Delves Broughton, 9th Bt. (died 26 Feb 1899), suc. by his son

Sir Delves Louis Broughton, 10th Bt. JP (died 15 Apr 1914), suc. by his son

Maj Sir (Henry John) Delves "Jock" Broughton, 11th Bt. (died 5 Dec 1942), suc. by his son

Maj Sir Evelyn Delves Broughton, 12th Bt. (died Jan 1993), suc. by his third cousin once removed

David Delves Broughton, de jure 13th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

b. 7 May 1942; half-brother and heir presumptive: Geoffrey Broughton (b. 1962)

Address: 31 Mayfield Court, Sandy, Bedfordshire SG19 1NF

Arms: Argent two Bars Gules on a Canton of the second a Cross of the field; Crest: A Sea-Dog's Head couped Gules and finned Argent; Motto: Haud Muto Factum (Not done by muteness)

Brudenell, of Deene, co. Northampton (created 1611)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Earls of Cardigan (later Marquesses of Ailesbury) since 20 Apr 1661, when the 1st Baronet became the 1st Earl of Cardigan

Buckworth later Buckworth-Herne-Soame, of Sheen, co. Surrey (created 1 Apr 1697)

Sir John Buckworth, 1st Bt. (died 12 Jun 1709), suc. by his son

Sir John Buckworth, 2nd Bt. MP (died 3 Jan 1759), suc. by his brother

Sir Everard Buckworth, 3rd Bt. (died 2 Feb 1779), suc. by his son

Sir John Buckworth, 4th Bt. (died 10 Jun 1801), suc. by his son

Sir Everard Buckworth later Buckworth-Herne, 5th Bt. (died 15 Jul 1814), suc. by his son

Sir Buckworth Buckworth-Herne later Buckworth-Herne-Soame, 6th Bt. (died 21 Jan 1822), suc. by his son

Sir Peter Buckworth-Herne-Soame, 7th Bt. (died 25 Feb 1860), suc. by his brother

Sir John Buckworth-Herne-Soame, 8th Bt. (died 1 Feb 1888), suc. by his nephew

Sir Charles Buckworth-Herne-Soame, 9th Bt. JP (died 25 Mar 1906), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Buckworth-Herne-Soame, 10th Bt (died 25 Aug 1931), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Burnett Buckworth-Herne-Soame, 11th Bt. (died 20 Apr 1977), suc. by his son

Sir Charles John Buckworth-Herne-Soame, 12th Bt.

b. 28 May 1932; son and heir: Richard John Buckworth-Herne-Soame (b. 17 Aug 1970)

Address: Sheen Cottage, Coalbrookdale, Telford, Salop TF8 7EQ

Arms: Quarterly: 1st and 4th: Gules a Chevron between three Mallets Or a Canton Argent for difference (Soame); 2nd and 3rd: Sable on a Chevron between three Cross-Crosslets fitchée Argent an Ermine Spot of the field (Buckworth); Crests: 1st: A Lure Gules garnished and stringed Argent thereon a Falcon Or beaked and legged of the second (Soame); 2nd: A Man's Head full-faced armed with a Helmet the beaver up all proper (Buckworth)

Bunbury, of Stamney Hall, co. Chester (created 29 Jun 1681)

Sir Thomas Bunbury, 1st Bt. (died 22 Aug 1682), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Bunbury, 2nd Bt. (died 20 Dec 1687), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Bunbury, 3rd Bt. MP (died 12 Feb 1732/3), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Bunbury, 4th Bt. MP (died 10 Apr 1742), suc. by his brother

Rev Sir William Bunbury, 5th Bt. DD (died 11 Jun 1764), suc. by his son

Sir (Thomas) Charles Bunbury, 6th Bt. MP (died 31 Mar 1821), suc. by his nephew

Lt Gen Sir Edward Henry Bunbury, 7th Bt. KCB MP (died 13 Apr 1860), suc. by his son

Sir Charles James Fox Bunbury, 8th Bt. (died 18 Jun 1886), suc. by his brother

Sir Edward Herbert Bunbury, 9th Bt. MP (died 5 Mar 1895), suc. by his nephew

Sir Henry Charles John Bunbury, 10th Bt. DL (died 18 Dec 1930), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Henry Napier Bunbury, 11th Bt. JP DL (died 8 Oct 2001), suc. by his son

Capt Sir (John) William Napier Bunbury, 12th Bt. (died 1985), suc. by his son

Sir Michael William Bunbury, 13th Bt.

b. 29 Dec 1946; son and heir: Henry Michael Napier Bunbury (b. 4 Mar 1980)

Addresses: Naunton Hall, Rendlesham, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP12 2RD; No 1 Riding House Street, London W1A 3AS

Arms: Argent on a Bend Sable three Chess Rooks of the field; Crest: Two Swords saltirewise passing through the mouth of a Leopard's Face Or the Blades proper hilted Gold; Mottoes: Firmum In Vita Nihil (Nothing in life is certain) and Esse Quam Videri (To be rather than to seem)

Burdett, of Burthwaite, co. York (created 25 Jul 1665)

Sir Francis Burdett, 1st Bt. (died 1719), suc. by his son

Sir Francis Burdett, 2nd Bt. (bur. 11 Sep 1747), suc. by his son

Rev Sir Hugh Burdett, 3rd Bt. (died 8 Sep 1760), suc. by his brother

Sir Charles Burdett, 4th Bt. (died 19 Jul 1803), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir Charles Wyndham Burdett, 5th Bt. (died Dec 1839), suc. by his nephew

Sir Charles Wentworth Burdett, 6th Bt. (died 25 Aug 1848), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Wentworth Burdett, 7th Bt. (died Mar 18902), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Grant Burdett, 8th Bt. (died 20 Nov 1918), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Coventry Burdett, 9th Bt. (died 2 Jun 1940), suc. by his second cousin once removed

Capt Sir Henry Aylmer Burdett, 10th Bt. MC (died 23 Aug 1943), suc. by his son

Sir Savile Aylmer Burdett, 11th Bt. (died 5 Jul 2017), suc. by his son

Crispin Peter Burdett, de jure 12th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

b. 8 Feb 1967; second cousin and heir: Jeremy Francis D'Arcy Burdett (b. 11 Jan 1951)

Address: Flat 3, 2 Regent Square, London WC1H 8HZ

Arms: Paly of six Argent and Sable on a Bend Gules three Martlets of the first; Crest: On a Tower Argent a Martlet rising Or

 

Carew, of Haccombe, co. Devon (created 2 Aug 1661)

Sir Thomas Carew, 1st Bt. (died Sep 1673), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Carew, 2nd Bt. (died 1695), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Darell Carew, 3rd Bt. (died 7 Jul 1708), suc. by his brother

Sir Thomas Carew, 4th Bt. (buried 6 Feb 1745/6), suc. by his son

Sir John Carew, 5th Bt. (died 28 Jan 1759), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Carew, 6th Bt. (died Apr 1805), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Carew, 7th Bt. (died 31 Oct 1830), suc. by his son

Sir Walter Palk Carew, 8th Bt. (died 27 Jan 1874), suc. by his nephew

Sir Henry Palk Carew, 9th Bt. (died 21 Oct 1934), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Pall Carew, 10th Bt. (died Apr 1976), suc. by his son

Sir Rivers Verain Carew, 11th Bt.

b. 17 Oct 1935; son and heir: Gerald de Redvers Carew (b. 24 May 1975)

Address: Cherry Bounds, 37 Hicks Lane, Girton, Cambridge CB3 0JS

Arms: Or three Lions passant in pale Sable; Crest: A Mainmast the roundtop set off with Palisadoes Or a Demi Lion issuant thereout Sable; Motto: Nil Conscire Sibi (To be conscious of no guilt)

Carew Pole, of Shute House, co. Devon (created 12 Sep 1628)

Sir (John) Richard Walter Reginald Carew Pole, 13th Bt. MBE DL

Address: Antony House, Torpoint, Cornwall PL11 2QA

Cave later Cave-Browne-Cave, of Stanford, co. Northampton (created 30 Jun 1641)

Sir Thomas Cave, 1st Bt. (died before Feb 1671), suc. by his son

Sir Roger Cave, 2nd Bt. MP (died 11 Oct 1703), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Cave, 3rd Bt. MP (died 21 Apr 1719), suc. by his son

Sir Verney Cave, 4th Bt. (died 13 Sep 1734), suc. by his brother

Sir Thomas Cave, 5th Bt. (died 7 Aug 1778), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Cave, 6th Bt. (died 30 May 1780), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Cave, 7th Bt. (died 15 Jan 1792), suc. by his uncle

Rev Sir Charles Cave, 8th Bt. (died 21 Mar 1810), suc. by his second cousin

Sir William Cave-Browne later Cave-Browne-Cave, 9th Bt. (died 24 Aug 1838), suc. by his son

Sir John Robert Cave-Browne-Cave, 10th Bt. (died 11 Nov 1855), suc. by his son

Sir Myles Cave-Browne-Cave, 11th Bt. JP DL (died 22 Jan 1907), suc. by his son

Rev Sir Genille Cave-Browne-Cave, 12th Bt. (died 29 Oct 1929), suc. by his cousin

Capt Sir Reginald Ambrose Cave-Browne-Cave, 13th Bt. RN (died 4 Jul 1930), suc. by his brother

Sir Rowland Henry Cave-Browne-Caver, 14th Bt. (died 21 Dec 1943), suc. by his nephew

Sir Clement Charles Cave-Browne-Cave, 15th Bt. (died 21 Apr 1945), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Cave-Browne-Cave, 16th Bt. (died 30 Sep 2011), suc. by his son

Sir John Robert Charles Cave-Browne-Cave, 17th Bt.

b. 22 Jun 1957; third cousin twice removed and heir presumptive: Paul Asteley Cave-Browne-Cave (b. 27 Feb 1917)

Address: 20901-83 Avenue, RR11, Langley, British Columbia V2Y 2C4, Canada

Arms: Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Azure fretty Argent (Cave); 2nd and 3rd, Azure a Chevron between three Escallops Or a Bordure engrailed Gules (Browne); Crests: 1st: A Greyhound courant Sable collared Argent (Cave); 2nd: A Stork proper winged and gorged with a Ducal Crown Or beaked and membered Gules (Browne); Motto: Gardez (Beware)

Cayley, of Brompton, co. York (created 26 April 1661)

Sir William Cayley, 1st Bt. (died 2 May 1681), suc. by his son

Sir William Cayley, 2nd Bt. (died before 16 Mar 1708), suc. by his son

Sir Arthur Cayley, 3rd Bt. (died 19 May 1727), suc. by his son

Sir George Cayley, 4th Bt. (died Sep 1791), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Cayley, 5th Bt. (died 15 mar 1792), suc. by his son

Sir George Cayley, 6th Bt. (died 15 Dec 1857), suc. by his son

Sir Digby Cayley, 7th Bt. (died 21 Dec 1883), suc. by his son

Sir George Allanson Cayley, 8th Bt. (died 10 Oct 1895), suc. by his son

Capt Sir George Everard Arthur Cayley, 9th Bt. JP DL (died 15 Nov 1917), suc. by his son

Sir Kenelm Henry Ernest Cayley, 10th Bt. (died 27 Dec 1967), suc. by his second cousin once removed

Sir Digby William David Cayley, 11th Bt.

b. 3 Jun 1944; son and heir: Thomas Theodore William Cayley (b. 17 Feb 1997)

Address: Morris House, Marlborough College, Marlborough, Wiltshire SN8 1PA

Arms: Quarterly Argent and Sable on a Bend Gules with three Mullets of the first; Crest: A Demi Lion rampant Or charged with a Bend Gules thereon three Mullets Argent holding in the paws a Battle-Axe Argent Handle also Argent with an Ornamental Tuft on it Gold; Motto: Nul g'Un (No one but one)

Chetwode. of Oakley, co. Buckingham (created 1700)

Sir John Chetwode, 1st Bt. (died 6 Apr 1700), suc. by his son

Sir Philip Touchet Chetwode, 2nd Bt. (died 15 Nov 1764), suc. by his son

Sir John Chetwode, 3rd Bt. (died 25 May 1779), suc. by his son

Sir John Chetwode, 4th Bt. (died 17 Dec 1845), suc. by his son

Sir John Chetwode later Newdigate-Ludford-Chetwode, 5th Bt. (died 8 Sep 1873), suc. by his nephew

Lt Col Sir George Chetwode, 6th Bt. (died 28 Jun 1905), suc. by his son

Sir Philip Walhouse Chetwode, 7th Bt. later 1st Baron Chetwode

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Chetwode since 10 Jul 1945, when the 7th Baronet became the 1st Baron Chetwode

Chichester, of Raleigh, co. Devon (created 4 Aug 1641)

Sir John Chichester, 1st Bt. MP (died 1667), suc. by his son

Sir John Chichester, 2nd Bt. (buried 16 Sep 1680), suc. by his brother

Sir Arthur Chichester, 3rd Bt. MP (died 3 Feb 1717/8), suc. by his son

Sir John Chichester, 4th Bt. MP (died 2 Sep 1740), suc. by his son

Sir John Chichester, 5th Bt. (died 18 Dec 1784), suc. by his son

Sir John Chichester, 6th Bt. (died 30 Sep 1808), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Sir Arthur Chichester, 7th Bt. (died 30 May 1842), suc. by his son

Col Sir Arthur Chichester, 8th Bt. (died 13 Jul 1898), suc. by his son

Admiral Sir Edward Chichester, 9th Bt. CB CMG ADC (died 17 Sep 1906), suc. by his son

Cdr Sir Edward George Chichester, 10th Bt. RN (died 26 Sep 1940), suc. by his son

Capt Sir (Edward) John Chichester, 11th Bt. (died 14 May 2007), suc. by his son

Sir James Henry Edward Chichester, 12th Bt.

b. 15 Oct 1951; son and heir: Edward John Chandos-Pole Chichester (b. 27 Jul 1991)

Address: The Mill Studio, Beaulieu, Brockenhurst, Hampshire SO42 7YG

Arms: Chequy Or and Gules a Chief Vair; Crest: A Heron rising with an Eel in his beak proper; Motto: Ferme En Foi (Firm in faith)

Clerke, of Hitcham, co. Buckingham (created 13 Jul 1660)

Sir John Clerke, 1st Bt. (died 7 Oct 1667), suc. by his son

Sir William Clerke, 2nd Bt. (died 6 Sep 1678), suc. by his son

Sir William Clerke, 3rd Bt. (died before 1 Dec 1699), suc. by his son

Sir John Clerke, 4th Bt. (died 27 Feb 1726/7), suc. by his brother

Sir William Clerke, 5th Bt. (died before Nov 1738), suc. by his cousin

Sir Francis Clerke, 6th Bt. (died 12 Feb 1769), suc. by his 1st cousin once removed

Sir Francis Carr Clerke, 7th Bt. (died 15 Oct 1778), suc. by his brother

Rev Sir William Henry Clerke, 8th Bt. (died 10 Apr 1818), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir William Henry Clerke, 9th Bt. (died 16 Feb 1861), suc. by his son

Sir William Henry Clerke, 10th Bt. (died 8 Feb 1882), suc. by his son

Sir William Francis Clerke, 11th Bt. (died 27 Jan 1930), suc. by his grandson

Sir John Edward Longueville Clerke, 12th Bt. (died 1 Oct 2009), suc. by his son

Sir Francis Ludlow Longueville Clerke, 13th Bt.

b. 25 Jan 1953; son and heir: William Francis Talbot Clerke (b. 1987)

Address: c/o Caltex Oil, PO Box 714, Cape Town, 8000 South Africa

Arms: Argent on a Bend Gules between three Pellets as many Swans of the field on a Sinister Canton Azure a Demi-Ram salient of the first and in chief two Fleur-de-lys Or the whole debruised by a Baton; Crest: A Ram's Head couped proper

Colt, of St James's-in-the-Fields, Liberty of Westminster, co. Middlesex (created 2 Mar 1693/4)

Sir Henry Dutton Colt, 1st Bt. MP (died 25 Apr 1731), suc. by his great-nephew

Rev Sir John Dutton Colt 2nd Bt. JP (buried 4 May 1809), suc. by his son

Sir John Colt, 3rd Bt. (buried 29 Jun 1810), suc. by his son

Sir John Dutton Colt, 4th Bt. (died 10 Jan 1845), suc. by his brother

Sir Edward Vaughan Colt, 5th Bt. (died 9 Jun 1849), suc. by his son

Rev Sir Edward Harry Vaughan Colt, 6th Bt. (died 15 Oct 1882), suc. by his brother

Sir Thomas Archer Colt, 7th Bt. MD (died 26 Feb 1893), suc. by his son

Rev Sir Edward Harry Dutton Colt, 8th Bt. (died 23 Jun 1831), suc. by his nephew

S/Ldr Sir Henry Archer Colt, 9th Bt. DSO MC RAFVR (died 10 Feb 1951), suc. by his nephew

Sir Edward William Dutton Colt, 10th Bt.

b. 22 Sep 1936; heir: none

Address: 444 Central Park W, Apt 5F, New York, NY 10025, USA

Arms: Argent a Fess between three Colts in full speed Sable; Crest: A Colt passant Or; Motto: Vincit Qui Patitur (He conquers who endures)

Cooke, of Wheatley Hall, co. York (created 10 May 1661)

Sir George Cooke, 1st Bt. (died 16 Oct 1683), suc. by his brother

Sir Henry Cooke, 2nd Bt. (buried 16 Jul 1689), suc. by his son

Sir George Cooke, 3rd Bt. MP (died 5 Oct 1732), suc. by his son

Sir Bryan Cooke, 4th Bt. MP (died 25 Oct 1734), suc. by his son

Sir George Cooke, 5th Bt. (died 16 Aug 1756), suc. by his brother

Sir Bryan Cooke, 6th Bt. (died 1769), suc. by his son

Col Sir George Cooke, 7th Bt. (died 2 Jun 1823), suc. by his son

Sir William Bryan Cooke, 8th Bt. (died 24 Dec 1851), suc. by his son

Capt Sir William Ridley Charles Cooke, 9th Bt. (died 27 Sep 1894), suc. by his son

Sir William Henry Charles Wemyss Cooke, 10th Bt. DL (died 11 Jun 1964), suc. by his son

Maj Sir Charles Arthur John Cooke, 11th Bt. (died 5 Jul 1978), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir David William Perceval Cooke, 12th Bt. (died 13 May 2017), suc. by sixth cousin twice removed

Anthony Edmund Cooke-Yarborough, de jure 13th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

Arms: Or a Chevron Gules between two Lions passant guardant Sable; Crest: Out of a Mural Crown Argent a Demi-Lion guardant issuant Sable gorged with a Ducal Coronet Or

Cooper later Ashley-Cooper, of Rockbourne, co. Hampshire (crated 1622)

Sir John Cooper, 1st Bt. (died 23 Mar 1631), suc by his son

Brig Sir Anthony Ashley Cooper, 2nd Bt. MP later 1st Baron Ashley later 1st Earl of Shaftesbury

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Ashley (later Earls of Shaftesbury) since 20 Apr 1661, when the 2nd Baronet became the 1st Baron Ashley

Cotton, of Combermere, co. Chester (created 1677)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Viscounts Combermere since 8 Feb 1827, when the 6th Baronet became the 1st Viscount Combermere

Courtenay (created 1644/5)

Sir William Courtenay, 1st Bt. MP de jure 5th Earl of Devon (died 4 Aug 1702), suc. by his grandson

Sir William Courtenay, 2nd Bt. MP de jure 6th Earl of Devon (died 10 Oct 1735), suc. by his son

Sir William Courtenay, 3rd Bt. MP de jure 7th Earl of Devon, later 1st Viscount Courtenay

The Baronetcy has been held by the Viscounts Courtenay (later Earls of Devon) since 6 May 1762, when the 3rd Baronet became the 1st Viscount Courtenay

Croft, of Croft Castle, co. Hereford (created 18 Nov 1671)

Sir Herbert Croft, 1st Bt. MP (died 3 Nov 1720), suc. by his son

Sir Archer Croft, 2nd Bt. MP (died 10 Dec 1753), suc. by his son

Sir Archer Croft, 3rd Bt. (died 30 Nov 1790), suc. by his brother

Sir John Croft, 4th Bt. (died 4 Dec 1797), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Rev Sir Herbert Croft, 5th Bt. (died 27 Apr 1816), suc. by his brother

Sir Richard Croft, 6th Bt. MD (died 13 Feb 1818), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Elmsley Croft, 7th Bt. (died 29 Oct 1835), suc. by his brother

Sir Arthur Denman Croft, 8th Bt. (died 10 Jan 1865), suc. by his son

Sir Herbert George Denman Croft, 9th Bt. JP DL MP (died 11 Feb 1902), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Herbert Archer Croft, 10th Bt. JP DL (died 11 Aug 1915), suc. by his son

Capt Sir James Herbert Croft, 11th Bt. (died 15 Aug 1941), suc. by his uncle

Sir Hugh Matthew Fiennes Croft, 12th Bt. (died 15 Jun 1954), suc. by his son

Sir Bernard Hugh Denman Croft, 13th Bt. (died 1984), suc. by his son

Sir Owen Glendower Croft, 14th Bt.

b. 26 Apr 1932; son and heir: Thomas Jasper Croft (b. 3 Nov 1962)

Address: Salisbury Court, Uralla, NSW 2358, Australia

Arms: Quarterly per fess indented Azure and Argent in the first quarter a Lion passant guardant Or; Crests: 1st: A Lion passant guardant Argent; 2nd: A Wyvern Sable vulned in the side Gules; Mottoes: Esse Quam Videri (To be rather than to seem) and Tryumphe o Trespas (Triumph or death)

Curzon, of Kedleston, co. Derby (created 1641)

Sir John Curzon, 1st Bt. MP (died 13 Dec 1686), suc. by his son

Sir Nathaniel Curzon, 2nd Bt. (died 4 Mar 1718/9), suc. by his son

Sir John Curzon, 3rd Bt. MP (died 6 Aug 1727), suc. by his brother

Sir Nathaniel Curzon, 4th Bt. MP (died 16 Nov 1758), suc. by his son

Sir Nathaniel Curzon, 5th Bt. MP later 1st Baron Scarsdale

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Scarsdale (later Viscounts Scarsdale) since 9 Apr 1761, when the 5th Baronet became the 1st Baron Scarsdale

Cust, of Pinchbeck, co. Lincoln (created 1677)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Brownlow since 20 May 1776, when the 4th Baronet became the 1st Baron Brownlow

 

Dashwood, of Northbrooke, co. Oxford (created 1684)

de Hoghton, of Hoghton Tower and Walton-le-Dale, co. Lancaster (created 1611)

Devereux, of Castle Bromwich, co. Warwick (created 1611)

Sir Edward Devereux, 1st Bt. MP (died 22 Sep 1622), suc. by his son

Sir Walter Devereux, 2nd Bt. MP later 5th Viscount Hereford

The Baronetcy has been held by the Viscounts Hereford since 14 Sep 1646, when the 2nd Baronet inherited the Viscountcy of Hereford

Dormer, of Wing, co. Buckingham (created 1615)

Sir Robert Dormer, 1st Bt. MP later 1st Baron Dormer

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Dormer since 30 Jun 1615, when the 1st Baronet became the 1st Baron Dormer

D'Oyly, of Shottisham, co. Norfolk (created 29 Jul 1663)

Sir William D'Oyly, 1st Bt. MP (died Nov 1677), suc. by his son

Sir William D'Oyly, 2nd Bt. (died .....), suc. by his son

Sir Edmund D'Oyly, 3rd Bt. (buried 24 Oct 1700), suc. by his son

Sir Edmund D'Oyly, 4th Bt. (died 1763), suc. by his cousin

Rev Sir Hadley D'Oyly, 5th Bt. (died 30 Jul 1764), suc. by his son

Sir John Hadley D'Oyly, 6th Bt. MP (died Jan 1818), suc. by his son

Sir Charles D'Oyly, 7th Bt. (died 21 Sep 1845), suc. by his brother

Sir John Hadley D'Oyly, 8th Bt. (died 21 Mar 1869), suc. by his son

Maj Gen Sir Charles Walters D'Oyly, 9th Bt. JP (died 11 Jul 1900), suc. by his uncle

Sir Warren Hastings D'Oyly, 10th Bt. (died 16 Feb 1921), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Hastings Hadley D'Oyly, 11th Bt. (died 20 Mar 1948), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Hastings D'Oyly, 12th Bt. (died 10 Jan 1962), suc. by his brother

Cdr Sir John Rochfort D'Oyly, 13th Bt. (died .....), suc. by his brother

Sir Nigel Hadley Miller D'Oyly, 14th Bt. (died 1 May 2000), suc. by his son

Sir Hadley Gregory D'Oyly, 15th Bt.

b. 29 May 1956; heir: none

Address: Flat B, 37 New North Road, Islington, London N1 6JB

Arms: Gules three Buck's Heads cabossed Argent: Crest: Out of a Ducal Coronet two Wings erect Sable bezantée between which and resting on the strawberry leaf of the coronet an Estoile of six points Argent; Motto: Do noe ylle, quoth d'Oylle

Dyer, of Tottenham, co. Middlesex (created 6 Jul 1678)

Sir William Dyer, 1st Bt. (buried 27 Jan 1680), suc. by his son

Sir John Swinnerton Dyer, 2nd Bt. (died 17 May 1701), suc. by his son

Sir Swinnerton Dyer, 3rd Bt. (buried 14 Mar 1735/6), suc. by his brother

Sir John Swinnerton Dyer, 4th Bt. (buried 12 Feb 1754), suc. by his brother

Sir Thomas Dyer, 5th Bt. (died 4 Oct 1780), suc. by his con

Col Sir John Swinnerton Dyer, 6th Bt. (died 21 Mar 1801), suc. by his son

Lt Gen Sir Thomas Richard Swinnerton Dyer, 7th Bt. (died 12 Apr 1838), suc. by his cousin

Capt Sir Thomas Swinnerton Dyer, 8th Bt. RN (died 27 Mar 1854), suc. by his nephew

Capt Sir Thomas Swinnerton Dyer, 9th Bt. JP (died 2 Oct 1878), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Swinnerton Halliday Dyer, 10th Bt. (died 16 Mar 1882), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Swinnerton Dyer, 11th Bt. (died 23 Aug 1907), suc. by his son

Capt Sir John Swinnerton Dyer, 12th Bt. (died 31 Jul 1917), suc. by his son

Sir John Lodovick Swinnerton Dyer, 13th Bt. (died 2 Aug 1940), suc. by his first cousin twice removed

Sir Leonard Whitworth Swinnerton Dyer, 14th Bt. (died 19 Aug 1947), suc. by his son

Sir Leonard Schroeder Swinnerton Dyer, 15th Bt. (died 10 Jun 1975), suc. by his son

Sir (Henry) Peter Francis Swinnerton Dyer, 16th Bt. KBE

b. 2 Aug 1927; third cousin once removed and heir presumptive : David Dyer-Bennet (b. 1954)

Address: The Dower House, Thriplow, Royston, Hertfordshire SG8 7RJ

Arms: Or a Chief indented Gules; Crest: Out of a Ducal Coronet Or a Goat's Head Argent armed Gold; Motto: Terrere Nolo, Timere Nescio (Unwilling to frighten, unacquainted with fear)

Dyke, of Horsham, co. Sussex (created 3 Mar 1676/7)

Sir David William Hart Dyke, 10th Bt.

Address: 28 King Street West, Apartment 14B, Stoney Creek, Ontario L8G 1H4, Canada

 

Eden, of West Auckland, co. Durham (created 13 Nov 1672)

Sir Robert Eden, 1st Bt. MP (buried 17 May 1720), suc. by his son

Sir John Eden, 2nd Bt. MP (died 2 May 1728), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Eden, 3rd Bt. (died 25 Jun 1755), suc. by his son

Sir John Eden, 4th Bt. (died 23 Aug 1812), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Eden later Johnson-Eden, 5th Bt. (died 4 Sep 1844), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Sir William Eden, 4th Bt. later 6th Bt. (died 21 Oct 1873), suc. by his son

Col Sir William Eden, 7th/5th Bt. JP DL (died 20 Feb 1915), suc. by his son

Sir Timothy Calvert Eden, 8th/6th Bt. (died 13 Msy 1963), suc. by his son

Rt Hon Sir John Benedict Eden, 9th/7th Bt., later Baron Eden of Winton (Life Peer)

b. 15 Sep 1925; son and heir: Hon Robert Frederick Calvert Eden (b. 30 Apr 1964)

Address: Flat 7, 28 Bramham Gardens, London SW5 0HE

Arms: Gules on a Chevron Argent between three Garbs Or banded Vert as many Escallops Sable; Crest: A dexter Arm in Armour embowed couped at the shoulders proper the hand grasping a Garb as in the arms the forearm encircled by an Annulet Gules; Supporters: On either side a Lion rampant Gules about the mane of each a Chain pendant therefrom a Portcullis Or the dexter holding by the interior paw a Cross Patoncé also Or the sinister holding by the interior paw a Rose Branch proper having three Double Roses Argent on Gules barbed and seeded proper; Compartment: A Mount rising in the centre growing therefrom Fir Trees and Beech Trees in the foreground a Bay with Cliffs proper and a Rivulet wavy Azure running across a Sandy Beach also proper into the Sea barry wavy of four Azure and Argent; Motto: Si Sit Prudentia (If there be but prudence)

Egerton, of Egerton and Oulton, co. Chester (created 1617)

Every, of Egginton, co. Derby (created 26 May 1641)

Sir Simon Every, 1st Bt. MP (died c. 1647), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Every, 2nd Bt. (died 29 Sep 1700), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Every, 3rd Bt. (died 1 Sep 1709), suc. by his brother

Capt Sir John Every, 4th Bt. RN (died 1 Jul 1729), suc. by his brother

Rev Sir Simon Every, 5th Bt. (died 12 Jan 1753), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Every, 6th Bt. (died 31 May 1755), suc. by his brother

Rev Sir John Every, 7th Bt. (died 29 Jun 1779), suc. by his first cousin twice removed

Sir Edward Every, 8th Bt. (buried 4 Jan 1786), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Every, 9th Bt. DL (died 28 Dec 1855), suc. by his grandson

Sir Henry Flower Every, 10th Bt. DL (died 26 Feb 1893), suc. by his grandson

Sir Edward Oswald Every, 11th Bt. (died 11 Nov 1959), suc. by his son

Sir John Simon Every, 12th Bt. (died 1988), suc. by his son

Sir Henry John Michael Every, 13th Bt.

b. 6 Apr 1947; son and heir: Edward James Henry Every (b. 3 Jul 1975)

Address: Cothay, 26 Fishpond Lane, Egginton, Derbyshire DE65 6HJ

Arms: Ermine two Chevronnels Azure between two others Gules; Crest: A Demi-Unicorn Argent gutté-de-sang and crined Or; Motto: Suum Cuique (To every man his own)

 

Fagge, of Wiston, Sussex, and Mystole, co. Kent (created 11 Dec 1660)

Col Sir John Fagge, 1st Bt. MP (died 18 Jan 1700/1), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Fagge, 2nd Bt. MP (died 26 Aug 1715), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Fagge, 3rd Bt. (died 22 Jun 1736), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Fagge, 4th Bt. MP (died 14 Sep 1740), suc. by his second cousin

Sir William Fagge, 5th Bt. (died 14 Nov 1791), suc. by his son

Rev Sir John Fagge, 6th Bt. (died 23 Sep 1822), suc. by his son

Sir John Fagge, 7th Bt. (died 16 Apr 1873), suc. by his nephew

Sir John William Charles Fagge, 8th Bt. (died 13 Apr 1909), suc. by his son

Sir John Charles Fagge, 9th Bt. (died 17 Jan 1930), suc. by his brother

Sir John Harry Lee Fagge, 10th Bt. (died 18 Mar 1940), suc. by his nephew

Sir John William Frederick Fagge, 11th Bt.

b. 28 Sep 1910; son and heir: John Christopher Fagge (b. 30 Apr 1942)

Address: 11 Forbes Road, Feversham, Kent ME13 8QF

Arms: Gules two Bends Vair; Crest: An Ostrich Wings expanded Argent beaked legged and ducally gorged Or holding in the beak a Horseshoe proper; Motto: Tutus Is Rectus (Safe if upright)

Finch, of Eastwell, co. Kent (created 1611) and of Raunston, co. Buckingham (created 1660)

Sir Moyle Finch, 1st Bt. MP (died 18 Dec 1614), suc. by his son

Sir Theophilus Finch, 2nd Bt. MP (died c. 1619), suc. by his brother

Sir Thomas Finch, 3rd Bt. MP later 2nd Earl of Winchilsea

The 1611 Baronetcy has been held by the Earls of Winchilsea since 23 Mar 1633/4, when the 3rd Baronet succeeded his mother as 2nd Earl of Winchilsea, and the 1660 Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Finch (later Earls of Winchilsea & Nottingham) since 10 Jan 1673/4, when the 1st Baronet became the 1st Baron Finch

Frankland, of Thirkelby, Yorkshire (created 1660)

Sir William Frankland, 1st Bt. MP (died 2 Aug 1697), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Frankland, 2nd Bt. MP (died 30 Oct 1726), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Frankland, 3rd Bt. MP (died 17 Apr 1747), suc. by his nephew

Sir Charles Henry Frankland, 4th Bt. (died 11 Jan 1768), suc. by his brother

Admiral of the White Sir Thomas Frankland, 5th Bt. MP (died 21 Nov 1784), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Frankland, 6th Bt. (died 4 Jan 1831), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Frankland later Frankland-Russell, 7th Bt. MP (died 11 Mar 1849), suc. by his cousin

Sir Frederick William Frankland, 8th Bt. JP DL (died 11 Mar 1878), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir William Adolphus Frankland, 9th Bt. (died 29 Nov 1883), suc. by his son

Maj Sir Frederick William Francis George Frankland, 10th Bt. (died 19 Dec 1937), suc. by his son

Maj Sir Thomas William Assheton Frankland, 11th Bt. ADC (died 5 Aug 1944), suc. by his son

Sir James Assheton Frankland ,12th Bt. later 18th Baron Zouche of Haryngworth

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Zouche of Haryngworth since 25 Sep 1965, when the 12th Baronet succeeded his grandmother as 18th Baron Zouche of Haryngworth

 

Gage, of Firle Place, co. Sussex (created 1622)

Sir John Gage, 1st Bt. (died 3 Oct 1633), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Gage, 2nd Bt. (died 2 Jul 1654), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Gage, 3rd Bt. (died 22 Nov 1660), suc. by his brother

Sir John Gage, 4th Bt. (died 27 May 1699), suc. by his son

Sir John Gage, 5th Bt. (died Jan 1700), suc. by his brother

Sir Thomas Gage, 6th Bt. (died Oct 1713), suc. by his brother

Sir William Gage, 7th Bt. MP (died 23 Apr 1744), suc. by his cousin

Sir Thomas Gage, 8th Bt. MP later 1st Baron Gage later 1st Viscount Gage

The Baronetcy has been held by the Viscounts Gage since 14 Sep 1720, when the 8th Baronet became the 1st Viscount Gage

Gerard, of Bryn, co. Lancaster (created 1611)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Gerard since 18 Jan 1876, when the 13th Baronet became the 1st Baron Gerard

Goring, of Highden, co. Surrey (created 18 May 1678 with precedency of 23 Jul 1627)

Sir James Bowyer, 3rd and 1st Bt. (bur. 28 Feb 1679/80), suc. by the first cousin twice removed of his second cousin twice removed by marriage

Sir Henry Goring, 2nd Bt. MP (died 3 Apr 1702), suc. by his grandson

Sir Charles Goring, 3rd Bt. (died 13 Jan 1712/3), suc. by his half-brother

Col Sir Harry Goring, 4th Bt. MP (died 12 Nov 1731), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Matthew Goring, 5th Bt. (buried 2 Sep 1769), suc. by his son

Sir Harry Goring, 6th Bt. MP (died 1 Dec 1824), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Forster Goring, 7th Bt. (died 26 Mar 1844), suc. by his son

Sir Harry Dent Goring, 8th Bt. MP (died 19 Apr 1859), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Goring, 9th Bt. (died 3 Nov 1883), suc. by his cousin

Col Sir Craven Charles Goring, 10th Bt. (died 14 Mar 1897), suc. by his cousin

Sir Harry Yelverton Goring, 11th Bt. (died 20 Aug 1911), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Forster Gurney Goring, 12th Bt. (died 1 May 1956), suc. by his nephew

Sir William Burton Nigel Goring, 13th Bt.

b. 21 Jun 1933; fourth cousin once removed and heir presumptive: (Richard) Harry Goring DL (b. 10 Sep 1949)

Address: c/o Quilter & Co Ltd, St Helens, 1 Undershaft, London EC3A 8BB

Arms: Argent a Chevron between three Annulets Gules; Crest: A Lion rampant guardant Sable; Motto: Renascentur (They will rise again)

Gower later Leveson-Gower later Egerton, of Sittenham, co. York (created 1620)

Sir Thomas Gower, 1st Bt. (died before 12 Jun 1655), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Gower, 2nd Bt. MP (buried 3 Sep 1672), suc. by his grandson

Col Sir Thomas Gower, 3rd Bt. (died 28 Oct 1689), suc. by his uncle

Sir William Gower later Leveson-Gower, 4th Bt. MP (died Dec 1691), suc. by his son

Sir John Leveson-Gower, 5th Bt. MP later 1st Baron Gower

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Gower (later Dukes of Sutherland) since 16 Mar 1702/3, when the 5th Baronet became the 1st Baron Gower

Graham, of Esk, co. Cumberland (created 29 Mar 1629)

Sir Richard Graham, 1st Bt. MP (died 28 Jan 1653/4), suc. by his son

Sir George Graham, 2nd Bt. (died 19 Mar 1657/8), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Graham, 3rd Bt. later 1st Viscount Preston (died 22 Dec 1695), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Graham, 4th Bt. and 2nd Viscount Preston (died 1710), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Graham, 5th Bt. and 3rd Viscount Preston (died 22 Feb 1738/9), suc. by his second cousin

Rev Sir William Graham, 6th Bt. (died 21 Sep 1774), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Graham, 7th Bt. (died 26 Nov 1795), suc. by his brother

Sir Robert Graham, 8th Bt. (died 27 Jan 1852), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Graham, 9th Bt. (died 27 May 1864), suc. by his son

Sir Robert James Stuart Graham, 10th Bt. (died 11 May 1917), suc. by his son

Sir Montrose Stuart Graham, 11th Bt. (died 15 Jan 1939), suc. by his son

Sir Montrose Stuart Graham, 12th Bt. (died 1975), suc. by his cousin

Sir Ralph Wolfe Graham, 13th Bt. (died 1988), suc. by his son

Ralph Stuart Graham, de jure 14th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

b. 5 Nov 1950; brother and heir presumptive: Robert Bruce Graham (b. 14 Nov 1953)

Address: 7441 Highway 705, #440, Nashville, TN 37221, USA

Arms: Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Or on a Chief Sable three Escallops of the field (Graham); 2nd and 3rd, Or a Fess chequy Argent and Azure in chief a Chevron Gules (Stuart); Crest: Two Wings addorsed Or; Motto: Reason Contents Me

Graham, of Norton Conyers, co. York (created 17 Nov 1662)

Sir Richard Graham, 1st Bt. (buried 21 Dec 1711), suc. by his son

Sir Reginald Graham, 2nd Bt. (died 20 May 1728), suc. by his son

Sir Bellingham Graham, 3rd Bt. (died 1 Apr 1730), suc. by his brother

Sir Richard Graham, 4th Bt. (died 29 Oct 1755), suc. by his son

Sir Bellingham Graham, 5th Bt. (died 3 Oct 1790), suc. by his son

Sir Bellingham Graham, 6th Bt. (died 13 Apr 1796), suc. by his son

Sir Bellingham Reginald Graham, 7th Bt. (died 15 Jun 1866), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Reginald Henry Graham, 8th Bt. JP DL (died 27 Dec 1920), suc. by his son

Maj Sir Reginald Guy Graham, 9th Bt. DSO JP DL (died 2 Jun 1940), suc. by his son

W/Cdr Sir Richard Bellingham Graham, 10th Bt. OBE JP DL (died 29 Jan 1982), suc. by his son

Sir James Bellingham Graham, 11th Bt.

b. 8 Oct 1940; brother and heir presumptive: (Jeremy) Richard Graham (b. 23 Jan 1949)

Address: Norton Conyers Hall, Ripon, North Yorkshire HG4 5EH

Arms: Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Or on a Chief Sable three Escallops of the field (Graham); 2nd and 3rd, Or a Fess chequy Argent and Azure in chief a Chevron Gules (Stuart), in the centre of the quarters a Crescent of the last and all within a Bordure engrailed of the third; Crest: Two Wings addorsed Or; Motto: Reason Contents Me

Grosvenor, of Eaton, Cheshire (created 1621/2)

Sir Richard Grosvenor, 1st Bt. MP (died 14 Sep 1645), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Grosvenor, 2nd Bt. (died 31 Jan 1664/5), suc. by his grandson

Sir Thomas Grosvenor, 3rd Bt. MP (buried 2 Jul 1700), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Grosvenor, 4th Bt. MP (died 13 Jul 1732), suc. by his brother

Sir Thomas Grosvenor, 5th Bt. MP (died 4 Feb 1732/3), suc. by his brother

Sir Robert Grosvenor, 6th Bt. MP (died 1 Aug 1755), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Grosvenor, 7th Bt. MP later 1st Baron Grosvenor later 1st Earl Grosvenor

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Grosvenor (later Dukes of Westminster) since 8 Apr 1761, when the 7th Baronet became the 1st Baron Grosvenor

 

Haggerston, of Haggerston Castle, co. Northumberland (created 1642)

See Maxwell-Scott

Hanham, of Wimborne, co. Dorset (created 24 May 1667)

Sir William Hanham, 1st Bt. (died 21 Jun 1671), suc. by his son

Sir John Hanham, 2nd Bt. (died before 28 Jun 1710), suc. by his son

Sir William Hanham, 3rd Bt. (died 28 Mar 1762), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir William Hanham, 4th Bt. DL (died 11 Feb 1776), suc. by his son

Sir William Thomas Hanham, 5th Bt. (died 19 Aug 1791), suc. by his uncle

Rev Sir James Hanham, 6th Bt. (died 11 Mar 1806), suc. by his son

Rev Sir James Hanham, 7th Bt. (died 2 Apr 1849), suc. by his son

Capt Sir William Hanham, 8th Bt. RN (died 27 Mar 1877), suc. by his nephew

Sir John Alexander Hanham, 9th Bt. JP DL (died 21 Feb 1911), suc. by his son

Sir John Ludlow Hanham, 10th Bt. JP DL (died 30 Apr 1955), suc. by his brother

Sir Henry Phelips Hanham, 11th Bt. (died Nov 1973), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Sir Michael William Hanham, 12th Bt. DFC (died 30 May 2009), suc. by his son

William John Edward Hanham, de jure 13th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

b. 4 Sep 1957; heir: none

Address: 31 Queensgate Place Mews, London SW7 5BQ

Arms: Quarterly Or and Gules on a Bend engrailed Sable three Crosses-Patée fitchée of the first: Crest: A Griffin's Head erased and ducally gorged Or; Motto: Esse Quam Videri (To be, rather than to seem)

Harington, of Ridlington, co. Rutland (created 29 Jun 1611)

Sir James Harington, 1st Bt. (died 2 Feb 1913), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Harington, 2nd Bt. (died 1653), suc. by his son

Sir James Harington, 3rd Bt. MP (died Apr 1680), suc. by his son

Sir Edmund Harington, 4th Bt. (died 1708), suc. by his brother

Sir Edward Harington, 5th Bt. (died 27 Mar 1716), suc. by his great-nephew

Sir James Harington, 6th Bt. (died 24 Jan 1782), suc. by his son

Sir James Harington, 7th Bt. (died 17 Jan 1793), suc. by his son

Sir John Edward Harington, 8th Bt. (died 9 Jun 1831), suc. by his son

Sir James Harington, 9th Bt. (buried 5 Jan 1835), suc. by his son

Sir John Edward Harington, 10th Bt. DL (died 9 Feb 1877), suc. by his first cousin

Sir Richard Harington, 12th Bt. (died 1 Feb 1931), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Dundas Harington, 13th Bt. (died 1981), suc. by his nephew

Sir Nicholas John Harington, 14th Bt.

b. 14 May 1942; brother and heir presumptive: David Richard Harington (b. 25 Jun 1944)

Addresses: 99 Clarendon Road, London W11 4JG; Ring O'Bells, Whittourne, Worcester WR6 5RT

Arms: Sable a Fret Argent; Crest: A Lion's Head erased Or langued and collared Gules and buckled Gold; Motto: Nodo Firmo (With a firm knot)

Hesilrige later Hazlerigg, of Noseley Hall, co. Leicester (created 1622)

Sir Thomas Hesilrige, 1st Bt. MP (died 11 Jun 1629), suc. by his son

Col Sir Arthur Hesilrige, 2nd Bt. MP (died 7 Jan 1660/1), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Hesilrige, 3rd Bt. (died 24 Feb 1680), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Hesilrige, 4th Bt. MP (died 11 Jul 1700), suc. by his uncle

Sir Robert Hesilrige, 5th Bt. (died 22 May 1713), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Hesilrige, 6th Bt. (died 19 May 1721), suc. by his son

Sir Arthur Hesilrige, 7th Bt. (died 23 Apr 1763), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Hesilrige, 8th Bt. (died .....), suc. by his son

Sir Arthur Hesilrige, 9th Bt. (died 1805), suc. by his uncle

Sir Thomas Maynard Hesilrige, 10th Bt. (died 24 Apr 1817), suc. by nephew

Sir Arthur Grey Hesilrige later Hazlerigg, 11th Bt. (died 24 Oct 1819), suc. by his son

Sir Arthur Grey Hazlerigg, 12th Bt. (died 11 May 1890), suc. by his grandson

Sir Arthur Grey Hazlerigg, 13th Bt. later 1st Baron Hazlerigg

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Hazlerigg since 12 Feb 1945, when the 13th Baronet became the 1st Baron Hazlerigg

Hicks later Hicks Beach, of Beverston Castle, co. Gloucester (created 1619)

Sir William Hicks, 1st Bt. MP (died 9 Oct 1680), suc. by his son

Sir William Hicks, 2nd Bt. (died 22 Apr 1703), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Hicks, 3rd Bt. (died 28 Oct 1755), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Hicks, 4th Bt. (died 1768), suc. by his cousin

Sir John Baptist Hicks, 5th Bt. (died 23 Nov 1792), suc. by his second cousin

Sir Howe Hicks, 6th Bt. (died Aug 1801), suc. by his son

Sir William Hicks, 7th Bt. (died 23 Oct 1834), suc. by his great-nephew

Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, 8th Bt. MP (died 22 Nov 1854), suc. by his son

Sir Michael Edward Hicks-Beach, 9th Bt. JP DL MP later 1st Viscount Saint Aldwyn later 1st Earl Saint Aldwyn

The Baronetcy has been held by the Viscounts Saint Aldwyn (later Earls Saint Aldwyn) since 6 Jan 1906, when the 9th Baronet became the 1st Viscount Saint Aldwyn

Hobart, of Intwood, co. Norfolk (created 1611)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Hobart (later Earls of Buckinghamshire) since 28 May 1728, when the 5th Baronet became the 1st Baron Hobart

Honywood, of Evington, co. Kent (created 19 Jul 1660)

Sir Edward Honywood, 1st Bt. (died 1670), suc. by his son

Sir William Honywood, 2nd Bt. MP (died 1 Jun 1748), suc. by his grandson

Sir John Honywood, 3rd Bt. (died 26 Jun 1781), suc. by his grandson

Sir John Honywood, 4th Bt. MP (died 29 Mar 1806), suc. by his son

Sir John Courtenay Honywood, 5th Bt. (died 12 Sep 1832), suc. by his son

Sir John Edward Honywood, 6th Bt. (died 17 Jul 1845), suc. by his son

Sir Courtenay Honywood, 7th Bt. DL (died 17 Apr 1878), suc. by his son

Sir John William Honywood, 8th Bt. JP (died 17 Jun 1907), suc. by his son

Sir Courtenay John Honywood, 9th Bt. (died 4 Jul 1944), suc. by his son

Col Sir William Wynne honywood, 10th Bt. MC (died 10 Aug 1982), suc. by his son

Sir Filmer Courtenay William Honywood, 11th Bt.

b. 20 May 1930; son and heir: Rupert Anthony Honywood (b. 2 May 1957)

Address: Greenway Forstal Farmhouse, Hollingbourne, Kent ME17 1QA

Arms: Argent a Chevron between three Hawk's Heads erased Azure beaked Or: Crest: A Wolf's Head couped Ermine; Motto: Omne Bonum Desuper (All good comes from above)

Hoskyns, of Harewood, co. Hereford (created 18 Dec 1676)

Sir Bennet Hoskyns, 1st Bt. MP (died 10 Feb 1679/80), suc. by his son

Sir John Hoskyns, 2nd Bt. MP (died 12 Sep 1705), suc. by his son

Sir Bennet Hoskyns, 3rd Bt. (died 17 Dec 1711), suc. by his brother

Sir Hungerford Hoskyns, 4th Bt. MP (died 21 Dec 1767), suc. by his son

Sir Chandos Hoskyns, 5th Bt. (died 29 May 1773), suc. by his son

Sir Hungerford Hoskyns, 6th Bt. (died 10 Jul 1802), suc. by his son

Sir Hungerford Hoskyns, 7th Bt. (died 27 Feb 1862), suc. by his son

Sir Hungerford Hoskyns, 8th Bt. (died 1 Nov 1877), suc. by his brother

Rev Sir John Leigh Hoskyns, 9th Bt. JP (died 1911), suc. by his son

Col Sir Chandos Hoskyns, 10th Bt. (died 22 Jul 1914), suc. by his brother

Sir Leigh Hoskyns, 11th Bt. JP (died 12 Sep 1923), suc. by his brother

Rt Rev Sir Edwyn Hoskyns, 12th Bt. DD, Bishop of Burnley 1901-04 and Southwell 1904-25 (died 2 Dec 1925), suc. by his son

Rev Sir Edwyn Clement Hoskyns, 13th Bt. MC (died 28 Jun 1937), suc. by his son

F/O Sir Chandos Wren Hoskyns, 14th Bt. RAFVR (died 3 Apr 1945), suc. by his brother

Capt Sir John Chevallier Hoskyns, 15th Bt. (died 12 Apr 1956), suc. by his brother

Sir Benedict Leigh Hoskyns, 16th Bt. (died 12 Jun 2010) ,suc. by his son

Edwyn Wren Hoskyns, de jure 17th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

b. 4 Feb 1956; son and heir: Robin Chevallier Hoskyns (b. 5 Jul 1989)

Address: Brook's Edge, 62 Main Street, Cosby, Leicestershire LE9 5UU

Arms: Per pale Azure and Gules a Chevron between three Lions rampant Or; Crest: A Lion's Head erased Or Flames of Fire issuing from the mouth proper ducally crowned of the first; Motto: Vincula Da Linguae Vel Tibi Lingua Dabit (Bind the tongue or the tongue will bind thee)

Hotham, of Scorborough, co. York (created 1621)

Sir John Hotham, 1st Bt. (died 2 Jan 1644/5), suc. by his grandson

Sir John Hotham, 2nd Bt. (died 1689), suc. by his son

Sir John Hotham, 3rd Bt. (died 1691), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Col Sir Charles Hotham, 4th Bt. MP (died Jan 1722/3), suc. by his son

Col Sir Charles Hotham, 5th Bt. MP (died 15 Jan 1738/9), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Hotham, 6th Bt. (died 1767), suc. by his uncle

Sir Beaumont Hotham, 7th Bt. (died 1771), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Hotham later Hotham-Thompson, 8th Bt. (died 25 Jan 1794), suc. by his brother

Rt Rev Sir John Hotham, 9th Bt. DD, Bishop of Clogher (died 3 Nov 1795), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Hotham, 10th Bt. (died 1811), suc. by his uncle

Admiral of the Red Sir William Hotham, 11th Bt., later 1st Baron Hotham

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Hotham since 17 Mar 1797, when the 11th Baronet became the 1st Baron Hotham

 

Irby, of Boston, co. Lincoln (created 1704)

Sir Edward Irby, 1st Bt. MP (buried 11 Nov 1718), suc. by his son

Sir William Irby, 2nd Bt. MP later 1st Baron Boston

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Boston since 10 Apr 1761, when the 2nd Baronet became the 1st Baron Boston

Isham, of Lamport, co. Northampton (created 30 May 1627)

Sir John Isham, 1st Bt. (died 8 Jul 1651), suc. by his son

Sir Justinian Isham, 2nd Bt. MP (died 2 Mar 1675), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Isham, 3rd Bt. (died 27 Jul 1681), suc. by his brother

Sir Justinian Isham, 4th Bt. MP (died 13 May 1730), suc. by his son

Sir Justinian Isham, 5th Bt. MP (died 5 Mar 1736/7), suc. by his brother

Sir Edmund Isham, 6th Bt. MP (died 15 Dec 1772), suc. by his nephew

Sir Justinian Isham, 7th Bt. (died 1 Apr 1818), suc. by his son

Col Sir Justinian Isham, 8th Bt. (died 23 Mar 1845), suc. by his son

Sir Justinian Vere Isham, 9th Bt. (died 25 Aug 1846), suc. by his brother

Sir Charles Edmund Isham, 10th Bt. DL (died 7 Apr 1903), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Maj Sir Vere Isham, 11th Bt. JP (died 10 Feb 1941), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir Gyles Isham, 12th Bt. DL (died 29 Jan 1976), suc. by third cousin once removed

Sir Ian Vere Gyles Isham, 13th Bt. (died 20 Oct 2009), suc. by his brother

Sir Norman Murray Crawford Isham, 14th Bt. OBE

b. 28 Jan 1930; son and heir: Richard Leonard Vere Isham (b. 30 Dev 1958)

Address: 5 Langton Way, Park Hill, Croydon, Surrey

Arms: Gules a Fess wavy in chief three Piles also wavy points meeting in fess Argent; Crest: A Demi-Swan with wings displayed Argent beaked Sable; Mottoes: (1) Ostendo non ostento (I show: I sham not); (2) On things transitory resteth no glory

 

Jenkinson, of Walcot, co. Oxford, and Hawkesbury, co. Gloucester (created 18 May 1661)

Sir Robert Jenkinson, 1st Bt. MP (died 30 Mar 1677), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Jenkinson, 2nd Bt. MP (died 30 Jan 1709/10), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Jenkinson, 3rd Bt. MP (died 29 Oct 1717), suc. by his brother

Sir Robert Bankes Jenkinson, 4th Bt. MP (died 2 Jul 1738), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Jenkinson, 5th Bt. (died 8 Aug 1766), suc. by his son

Sir Bankes Jenkinson, 6th Bt. (died 22 Jul 1789), suc. by his cousin

Rt Hon Sir Charles Jenkinson, 7th Bt. MP later 1st Earl of Liverpool (died 7 Dec 1808), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Bankes Jenkinson, 8th Bt. KG and 2nd Earl of Liverpool (died 4 Dec 1828), suc. by his half-brother

Sir Charles Cecil Cope Jenkinson, 9th Bt. and 3rd Earl of Liverpool (died 3 Sep 1851), suc. by his cousin

Sir Charles Jenkinson, 10th Bt. MP (died 6 Mar 1855), suc. by his nephew

Capt Sir George Samuel Jenkinson, 11th Bt. MP (died 19 Jan 1892), suc. by his son

Capt Sir George Banks Jenkinson, 12th Bt. JP DL (died 5 Jun 1915), suc. by his son

Sir Anthony Banks Jenkinson, 13th Bt. (died 1989), suc. by his son

Sir John Banks Jenkinson, 14th Bt.

b. 16 Feb 1945; son and heir: George Anthony Samuel Banks Jenkinson (b. 1980)

Address: Hawkesbury Home Farm, Badminton, Gloucestershire GL9 1AY

Arms: Azure on a Fess wavy Argent a Cross-Pattée Gules in chief two Estoiles Or; Crest: A Sea-Horse assurgent Or maned Azure supporting a Cross-Pattée Gules; Motto: Pareo Non Servio (I obey: I do not serve)

Jocelyn, of Hyde Hall, co. Hertford (created 1665)

Sir Robert Jocelyn, 1st Bt. (buried 12 Jun 1712), suc. by his son

Sir Strange Jocelyn, 2nd Bt. (died 3 Sep 1734), suc. by his son

Sir John Jocelyn, 3rd Bt. (died 1 Nov 1741), suc. by his brother

Sir Conyers Jocelyn, 4th Bt. (died 24 May 1778), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Robert [Jocelyn], 1st Earl of Roden

The Baronetcy has been held by the Earls of Roden since 24 May 1778, when the 1st Earl of Roden inherited the Baronetcy

 

Knatchbull, of Mersham Hatch, co. Kent (created 1641)

Sir Norton Knatchbull, 1st Bt. MP (died 5 Feb 1684/5), suc. by his son

Sir John Knatchbull, 2nd Bt. MP (died 15 Dec 1696), suc. by his brother

Sir Thomas Knatchbull, 3rd Bt. (died after 12 Dec 1711), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Knatchbull, 4th Bt. MP (died 3 Apr 1730), suc. by his son

Sir Wyndham Knatchbull later Knatchbull-Wyndham, 5th Bt. (died 3 Jul 1749), suc. by his son

Sir Wyndham Knatchbull later Knatchbull-Wyndham, 6th Bt. MP (died 26 Sep 1763), suc. by his uncle

Sir Edward Knatchbull, 7th Bt. MP (died 21 Nov 1789), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Knatchbull, 8th Bt. MP (died 1 Sep 1819), suc. by his son

Rt Hon Sir Edward Knatchbull, 9th Bt. MP (died 24 May 1849), suc. by his son

Sir Norton Joseph Knatchbull, 10th Bt. (died 2 Feb 1868). suc. by his son

Sir Edward Knatchbull, 11th Bt. (died 30 May 1871), suc. by his brother

Sir Wyndham Knatchbull, 12th Bt. JP MP (died 30 Jul 1917), suc. by his second cousin

Cecil Marcus [Knatchbull-Hugessen], 4th Baron Brabourne

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Brabourne since 30 Jul 1917, when the Baronetcy passed to the 4th Baron Brabourne

 

Langham, of Cottesbrooke, co. Northampton (created 7 Jun 1660)

Sir John Langham, 1st Bt. MP (died 13 May 1671), suc. by his son

Sir James Langham, 2nd Bt. MP (died Aug 1699), suc. by his brother

Sir William Langham, 3rd Bt. MP MD (died before 1701), suc. by his son

Sir John Langham, 4th Bt. (died May 1747), suc. by his son

Sir James Langham, 5th Bt. (died 12 Aug 1749), suc. by his brother

Sir John Langham, 6th Bt. (died Sep 1766), suc. by his nephew

Sir James Langham, 7th Bt. MP (died 7 Feb 1795), suc. by his son

Sir William Langham, 8th Bt. (died 8 Mar 1812), suc. by his son

Sir William Henry Langham, 9th Bt. (died 12 May 1812), suc. by his uncle

Sir James Langham, 10th Bt. MP (died 14 Apr 1833), suc. by his son

Sir James Hay Langham, 11th Bt. (died 13 Dec 1893), suc. by his nephew

Sir Herbert Hay Langham, 12th Bt. JP DL (died 13 Dec 1909) suc. by his son

Sir (Herbert) Charles Arthur Langham, 13th Bt. JP DL (died 3 Oct 1951), suc. by his son

Sir John Charles Patrick Langham, 14th Bt. JP DL (died 1972), suc. by his son

Capt Sir James Michael Langham, 15th Bt. TD (died 23 Dec 2002), suc. by his son

Sir John Stephen Langham, 16th Bt.

b. 14 Dec 1960; son and heir: Tyrone Denis James Langham (b. 13 Aug 1994)

Address: Tempo Manor, Demesne, Tempo, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh BT94 3PA

Arms: Argent three Bear's Heads erased Sable muzzled Or; Crest: A Bear's Head erased as in the Arms; Motto: Nec Sinit Esse Feros (And may he not let them be savage)

Lawson-Tancred, of Boroughbridge, co. York (created 17 Nov 1662)

Sir Thomas Tancred, 1st Bt. (buried 19 Aug 1663), suc. by his son

Sir William Tancred, 2nd Bt. (buried 22 Aug 1703), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Tancred, 3rd Bt. (buried 27 Aug 1744), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Tancred, 4th Bt. (died 30 May 1759), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Tancred, 5th Bt. (died 3 Aug 1784), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Tancred, 6th Bt. (died 29 Aug 1844), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Tancred, 7th Bt. (died 7 Oct 1880), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Selby Tancred, 8th Bt. (died 11 Apr 1910), suc. by his son

Maj Sir Thomas Selby Tancred later Lawson-Tancred, 9th Bt. JP (died 15 Dec 1945), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Lawson-Tancred, 10th Bt. JP (died 28 Mar 2010), suc. by his son

Sir Andrew Peter Lawson-Tancred, 11th Bt.

b. 18 Feb 1952; brother and heir presumptive: Rupert Thomas Lawson-Tancred (b. 26 Nov 1953)

Address: Aldborough Manor, Boroughbridge, Yorkshire YO51 9EP

Arms: Argent a Chevron between three Escallops Gules; Crest: An Olive Tree fructed proper; Motto: Aimez Dieu (Love God)

le Fleming, of Rydal, co. Westmorland (created 4 Oct 1705)

Sir William Fleming, 1st Bt. MP (died 29 Aug 1736), suc. by his brother

Rt Rev Sir George Fleming, 2nd Bt. LLD Bishop of Carlisle 1735-47 (died 2 Jul 1747), suc. by nephew

Sir William Fleming, 3rd Bt. MP (died 31 Mar 1757), suc. by his son

Sir Michael le Fleming, 4th Bt. MP (died 19 Mar 1806), suc. by his second cousin once removed

Sir David Fleming, 5th Bt. (died 1821), suc. by his brother

Rev Sir Richard Fleming, 6th Bt. (died 3 Apr 1857), suc. by his son

Sir Michael Fleming later Le Fleming, 7th Bt. (died 1883), suc. by his son

Sir Andrew Fleming Huddleston Le Fleming, 8th Bt. (died 20 Oct 1925), suc. by his cousin

Sir William Huddleston le Fleming, 9th Bt. JP (died 31 Oct 1945), suc. by his son

Sir Frank Thomas le Fleming, 10th Bt. (died Jul 1971), suc. by his son

Sir William Kelland le Fleming, 11th Bt. (died 1988), suc. by his son

Sir Quentin John le Fleming, 12th Bt. (died 4 Mar 1995), suc. by his son

Sir David Kelland le Fleming, 13th Bt.

b. 12 Jan 1976; brother and heir presumptive: Andrew John le Fleming (d. 1979)

Address: 147 Stanford Street, Ashhurst, Manawatu, New Zealand

Arms: Gules a Fret Argent; Crest: A Serpent nowed holding in his mouth a Garland of Olive and Vine all proper; Motto: Pax, Copia, Sapientia (Peace, plenty, wisdom)

Legard, of Ganton, co. York (created 29 Dec 1660)

Sir John Legard, 1st Bt. MP (died 1678), suc. by his son

Sir John Legard, 2nd Bt. (died 5 May 1715), suc. by his son

Sir John Legard, 3rd Bt. (died 14 Apr 1719), suc. by his brother

Sir Thomas Legard, 4th Bt. (died May 1735), suc. by his son

Sir Digby Legard, 5th Bt. (died 4 Feb 1773), suc. by his son

Sir John Legard, 6th Bt. (died 16 Jul 1807), suc. by his brother

Cdr Sir Thomas Legard, 7th Bt. RN (died 5 Jul 1830), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Digby Legard, 8th Bt. (died 10 Dec 1860), suc. by his son

Sir Francis Digby Legard, 9th Bt. (died 5 Jan 1865), suc. by his brother

Sir Darcy Widdrington Legard, 10th Bt. (died 12 Apr 1866), suc. by his brother

Sir Charles Legard, 11th Bt. JP DL MP (died 6 Dec 1901), suc. by his cousin

Sir Algernon Willoughby Legard, 12th Bt. (died 6 Sep 1923), suc. by his nephew

Sir Digby Algernon Hall Legard, 13th Bt. (died 5 Jan 1961), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Thomas Digby Legard, 14th Bt. (died 27 Mar 1984), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Thomas Legard, 15th Bt.

b. 26 Oct 1938; son and heir: Christopher John Charles Legard (b. 19 Apr 1964)

Address: Scampston Hall, Malton, North Yorkshire YO17 8NG

Arms: Argent on a Bend between six Mullets pierced Gules a Cross-Pattée Or; Crest: A Greyhound passant Or collared Sable studded Argent; Motto: Per Crucem Ad Stellas (By the cross to heaven)

Leighton, of Wattlesborough, co. Shrewsbury (created 2 Mar 1692/3)

Sir Sir Edward Leighton, 1st Bt. (died 1711), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Leighton, 2nd Bt. (died 6 Mar 1756), suc. by his son

Col Sir Charlton Leighton, 3rd Bt. RM (died 5 May 1780), suc. by his son

Sir Charlton Leighton, 4th Bt. MP (died 9 Sep 1784), suc. by his half-brother

Sir Robert Leighton, 5th Bt. (died Feb 1819), suc. by his cousin

General Sir Baldwin Leighton, 6th Bt. (died 13 Nov 1828), suc. by his son

Sir Baldwin Leighton, 7th Bt. MP (died 26 Feb 1871), suc. by his son

Sir Baldwin Leighton, 8th Bt. DL (died 10 Aug 1914), suc, by his son

Maj Sir Bryan Baldwyn Mawddwy Leighton, 9th Bt. (died 19 Jan 1919), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir Richard Tihel Leighton, 10th Bt. TD JP DL (died 26 Sep 1957), suc. by his son

Sir Michael John Bryan Leighton, 11th Bt.

b. 8 Mar 1935; heir: none

Address: Loton Park, Shropshire SY5 9AJ

Arms: Quarterly per fess indented Or and Gules; Crest: A Wyvern wings expanded Sable; Motto: Dread Shame

Liddell, of Ravensworth Castle, co. Northumberland (created 1642)

Sir Thomas Liddell, 1st Bt. (died 1650), suc. by his grandson

Sir Thomas Liddell, 2nd Bt. (died 1697), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Liddell, 3rd Bt. MP (died 1 Sep 1723), suc. by his grandson

Sir Henry Liddell, 4th Bt. MP later 1st Baron Ravensworth (died 30 Jan 1784), suc. by his nephew

Sir Henry George Liddell, 5th Bt. (died 26 Nov 1791), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Henry Liddell, 6th Bt. MP later 1st Baron Ravensworth

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Ravensworth since 17 Jul 1821, when the 6th Baronet became the 1st Baron Ravensworth

Luckyn later Grimston, of Little Waltham, co. Essex (created 1629)

Sir William Luckyn, 1st Bt. (died before 28 Feb 1660/1), suc. by his son

Sir Capell Luckyn, 2nd Bt. (died 1680), suc. by his son

Sir William Luckyn, 3rd Bt. (died 1708), suc. by his son

Sir Harbottle Luckyn, 3rd Bt. (died 4 Feb 1736/7), suc. by his brother

Sir William Luckyn later Grimston, 5th Bt. MP later 1st Viscount Grimston

The Baronetcy has been held by the Viscounts Grimston (later Earls of Verulam) since 29 May 1719, when the 5th Baronet became the 1st Viscount Grimston

Lyttelton, of Franckley, co. Worcester (created 1618)

Sir Thomas Lyttelton, 1st Bt. MP (died 22 Feb 1649/50), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Lyttelton, 2nd Bt. MP (died 24 Jun 1693), suc. by his brother

Brig Gen Sir Charles Lyttelton, 3rd Bt. MP (died 2 May 1716), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Lyttelton, 4th Bt. MP (died 14 Sep 1751), suc. by his son

Rt Hon Sir George Lyttelton, 5th Bt. MP later 1st Baron Lyttelton (died 22 Aug 1773), suc. by his son

Sir George Lyttelton, 6th Bt. and 2nd Baron Lyttelton (died 27 Nov 1779), suc. by his uncle

William Henry [Lyttelton], 1st Baron Westcote later 1st Baron Lyttelton

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Westcote (later Barons Lyttelton and Viscounts Cobham) since 27 Nov 1779, when the 1st Baron Westcote became the 7th Baronet

 

Mansel, of Muddlescombe, co. Carmarthen (created 14 Jan 1621/2)

Sir Francis Mansel, 1st Bt. (died c. 1628), suc. by his son

Sir Walter Mansel, 2nd Bt. (buried 12 Apr 1640), suc. by his son

Sir Francis Mansel, 3rd Bt. (died 27 Oct 1654), suc. by his cousin

Sir Edward Mansel, 4th Bt. (died before 10 Mar 1690/1), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Sir Richard Mansel, 5th Bt. (buried 24 Aug 1691), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Mansel, 6th Bt. (died 1696), suc. by his brother

Sir William Mansel, 7th Bt. (died c. 1732), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Mansel, 8th Bt. (buried 20 Feb 1749), suc. by his son

Sir William Mansel, 9th Bt. MP (buried 14 Jan 1804), suc. by his son

Sir William Mansel, 10th Bt. (died 1829), suc. by his son

Sir John Bell William Mansel, 11th Bt. JP DL (died 14 Apr 1883), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Lt Col Sir Edward Berkeley Philipps later Mansel, 12th Bt.JP (died 8 Jan 1908), suc. by his nephew

Capt Sir Courtenay Cecil Mansel, 13th Bt. JP MP RAF (died 4 Jan 1933), suc. by his son

Sir John Philip Ferdinand Mansel, 14th Bt. (died 6 Apr 1947), suc. by his son

Sir Philip Mansel, 15th Bt.

b. 3 Mar 1943; son and heir: John Philip Mansel (b. 19 Apr 1982)

Address: 2 Deyncourt Close, Darras Hall, Ponteland, Northumberland NE20 9RP

Arms: Argent a Chevron between three Maunches Sable; Crest: A Cap of Maintenance Gules doubled Ermine inflamed on the top proper; Motto: Quod Vult Valde Vult (Whet he wishes, he wishes fervently)

Marsham, of Cuckston, co. Kent (created 1663)

Sir John Marsham, 1st Bt. MP (died 25 May 1685), suc. by his son

Sir John Marsham, 2nd Bt. (died 31 Dec 1692), suc. by his son

Sir John Marsham, 3rd Bt. (died 13 May 1696), suc. by his uncle

Sir Robert Marsham, 4th Bt. MP (died 26 Jul 1703), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Marsham, 5th Bt. MP later 1st Baron Romney

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Romney (later Earls of Romney) since 22 Jun 1716, when the 5th Baronet became the 1st Baron Romney

Maxwell-Scott, of Haggerston, co. Northumberland (created 15 Oct 1642)

Col Sir Thomas Haggerston, 1st Bt. (buried 7 Mar 1673/4), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Haggerston, 2nd Bt. (died .....), suc. by his grandson

Sir Carnaby Haggerston, 3rd Bt. (buried 20 Jul 1756), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Haggerston, 4th Bt. (died 1 Nov 1777), suc. by his son

Sir Carnaby Haggerston, 5th Bt. (died 3 Dec 1831), suc. by his nephew

Sir Thomas Haggerston, 6th Bt. (died 11 Dec 1842), suc. by his brother

Sir Edward Haggerston, 7th Bt. (died 6 May 1857), suc. by his brother

Capt Sir John Haggerston, 8th Bt. (died 8 Mar 1858), suc. by his son

Sir John de Marie Haggerston, 9th Bt. (died 29 Nov 1918), suc. by his brother

Sir Edward Charlton de Marie Haggerston, 10th Bt. JP (died 1 Apr 1925), suc. by his son

Sir (Hugh) Carnaby de Marie Haggerston, 11th Bt. JP (died 11 Sep 1971), suc. by his brother

Sir Ralph (Raphael) Stanley de Marie Haggerston, 12th Bt. (died 3 Jan 1972), suc. by his fourth cousin once removed

Sir Michael Fergus Constable-Maxwell-Scott, 13th Bt. (died 29 Nov 1989), suc. by his son

Sir Dominic James Constable-Maxwell-Scott later Maxwell-Scott, 14th Bt.

b. 2 Jul 1968; brother and heir presumptive: Matthew Joseph Constable-Maxwell-Scott (b. 27 Aug 1976)

Address: 130 Ritherdon Road, London SW17 8QQ

Arms: Quarterly, grand-quarterly, 1st grand-quarter, Or two Mullets in chief and a Crescent in base Azure within an Orle of the second and charged at the middle chief point with a Crescent Sable (Scott); 2nd grand-quarter, Azure on a Bend cotised Argent three Billets Sable (Haggerston); 3rd grand-quarter, quarterly, 1st and 4th quarters, Argent a Double Headed Eagle displayed Sable beaked and membered Gules surmounted on an Escutcheon of the first charged with a Saltire of the second and surcharged in the centre with a Hedgehog Or Maxwell, Earl of Nithsdale); 2nd quarter, counter-quartered 1st and 4th, Argent a Saltire Sable in chief a Label of three points Gules (Maxwell); 2nd and 3rd, Argent three Hedgehogs Sable (Herries of Terregles); 3rd quarter, Quarterly Gules and Vair a Bend Or (Constable of Everingham); 4th grand-quarter, Or on a Bend Azure three Mascles of the first on the sinister chief point a Buckle of the second (Haliburton); Crests: 1st: A Nymph richly attired holding in her dexter hand the Sun and in her sinister the Moon all proper (Scott); 2nd: A Lion passant Argent (Haggerston); Mottoes (both over crest): 1st: Reparabit Cornua Phoebe (The moon will replenish her horns); 2nd: The Lord Giveth

Middleton, of Belsay Castle, co. Northumberland (created 24 Oct 1662)

Sir Lawrence Monck Middleton, 10th Bt.

Address: Estate Office, Belsay Castle, Newcastle-upon-Tyne NE20 0DY

Miller, of Chichester, co. Sussex (created 29 Oct 1705)

Sir Thomas Miller, 1st Bt. MP (died 2 Dec 1705), suc. by his son

Sir John Miller, 2nd Bt. MP (died 29 Nov 1721), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Miller, 3rd Bt. MP (died 1733), suc. by his son

Sir John Miller, 4th Bt. (died 19 Apr 1772), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Miller, 5th Bt. MP (died 4 Sep 1816), suc. by his son

Rev Thomas Combe Miller, 6th Bt. (died 29 Jun 1864), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Hayes Miller, 7th Bt. (died 12 Jan 1868), suc. by his son

Sir Charles John Hubert Miller, 8th Bt. JP (died 4 Oct 1890), suc. by his cousin

Sir Henry Holmes Miller, 9th Bt. (died 13 Nov 1952), suc. by his son

Sir Ernest John Miller, 10th Bt. (died 22 Apr 1960), suc. by his son

Sir John Holmes Miller, 11th Bt. (died 1995), suc. by his brother

Sir Harry Miller, 12th Bt. (died 28 Dec 2007), suc. by his son

Sir Anthony Thomas Miller, 13th Bt.

b. 4 May 1955; second cousin once-removed and heir presumptive: Leonard Maxwell Miller (b. 26 Jul 1948)

Address: 261 Kohimarama Road, Auckland 5, New Zealand

Arms: Argent a Fess wavy Azure between three Wolf Heads erased Gules; Crest: A Wolf's Head erased Gules gorged with a Collar wavy Azure

Molesworth-St Aubyn, of Pencarrow, co. Cornwall (created 19 Jul 1689)

Sir Hender Molesworth, 1st Bt. (buried 12 Aug 1689), suc. by his brother

Sir John Molesworth, 2nd Bt. MP (buried 1 Oct 1716), suc. by his son

Sir John Molesworth, 3rd Bt. (buried 20 Jun 1723), suc. by his son

Sir John Molesworth, 4th Bt. MP (died 4 Apr 1766), suc. by his son

Col Sir John Molesworth, 5th Bt. MP (died 20 Oct 1755), suc. by his son

Sir William Molesworth, 6th Bt. MP (died 22 Feb 1798), suc. by his son

Sir Arscott Ourry Molesworth, 7th Bt. (died 30 Dec 1823), suc. by his son

Sir William Molesworth, 8th Bt. MP (died 22 Oct 1855), suc. by his cousin

Rev Sir Hugh Henry Molesworth, 9th Bt. (died 6 Jan 1862), suc. by his brother

Sir Paul William Molesworth, 10th Bt. (died 23 Dec 1889), suc. by his son

Sir Lewis William Molesworth, 11th Bt. JP DL MP (died 29 May 1912), suc. by his second cousin once removed

Rev Sir Aubyn Hender Molesworth-St Aubyn, 12th Bt. JP (died 18 May 1913), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Hugh Molesworth-St Aubyn, 13th Bt. JP (died 5 Jan 1942), suc. by his son

Sir John Molesworth-St Aubyn, 14th Bt. CBE JP (died 1985), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir (John) Arscott Molesworth-St Aubyn, 15th Bt. MBE JP DL (died 22 Apr 1998), suc. by his son

Sir William Molesworth-St Aubyn, 16th Bt.

b. 23 Nov 1958; son and heir: Archie Hender Molesworth-St Aubyn (b. 27 Mar 1997)

Address: Pencarrow, Bodmin, Cornwall PL30 3AG

Arms: Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Ermine on a Cross Sable five Bezants (St Aubyn); 2nd and 3rd, Gules an Escutcheon Vair between eight Cross-Crosslets in orle Argent (Molesworth); Crest: A Rock thereon a Cornish Chough rising

Monson, of Carlton, co. Lincoln (created 1611)

Sir Thomas Monson, 1st Bt. MP (died 23 May 1641), suc. by his son

Sir John Monson, 2nd Bt. MP (buried 29 Dec 1683), suc. by his grandson

Sir Henry Monson, 3rd Bt. MP (buried 6 Apr 1718), suc. by his brother

Sir William Monson, 4th Bt. (died 7 Mar 1727), suc. by his nephew

Sir John Monson, 5th Bt. MP later 1st Baron Monson

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Monson since 28 May 1728, when the 5th Baronet became the 1st Baron Monson

Mordaunt, of Massingham Parva, co. Norfolk (created 29 Jun 1611)

Sir L'Estrange Mordaunt, 1st Bt. (died before 1 Oct 1627), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Mordaunt, 2nd Bt. (died 23 Aug 1638), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Mordaunt, 3rd Bt. (died 10 Jul 1648), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Mordaunt, 4th Bt. (died 24 Apr 1665), suc. by his brother

Sir John Mordaunt, 5th Bt. MP (died 6 Sep 1721), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Mordaunt, 6th Bt. MP (died 11 Mar 1778), suc. by his son

Sir John Mordaunt, 7th Bt. MP (died 18 Nov 1806), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Mordaunt, 8th Bt. MP (died 30 May 1823), suc. by his son

Sir John Mordaunt, 9th Bt. MP (died 27 Sep 1845), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir Charles Mordaunt, 10th Bt. MP (died 15 Oct 1897), suc. by his son

Sir Osbert L'Estrange Mordaunt, 11th Bt. (died 23 Feb 1934), suc. by his cousin

Sir Henry John Mordaunt, 12th Bt. (died 15 Jan 1939), suc. by his nephew

Lt Col Sir Nigel John Mordaunt, 13th Bt. (died 4 Aug 1979), suc. by his son

(Sir) Richard Nigel Charles Mordaunt, 14th Bt.

b. 12 May 1940 ; son and heir: Kim John Mordaunt (b. 11 Jun 1966)

Address: 1/11 Motherwell Street, South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria 3141, Australia

Arms: Argent a Chevron between three Estoiles Sable; Crest: A Blackamoor's Head affrontée couped at the shoulders proper banded with a Wreath round the temples Or and Gules; Motto: Ferro Comite (The sword is my companion)

Mostyn, of Talacre, co. Flint (created 28 Apr 1670)

Sir Edward Mostyn, 1st Bt. (died 3 Nov 1706), suc. by his son

Sir Pyers Mostyn, 2nd Bt. (died 15 Nov 1720), suc. by his son

Sir Pyers Mostyn, 3rd Bt. (died 1735), suc. by his brother

Sir George Mostyn, 4th Bt. (died 30 Sep 1746), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Mostyn, 5th Bt. (buried Mar 1775), suc. by his son

Sir Pyers Mostyn, 6th Bt. (died 29 Oct 1823), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Mostyn, 7th Bt. (died 18 Jul 1841), suc. by his son

Sir Pyers Mostyn, 8th Bt. (died 14 May 1882), suc. by his son

Sir Pyers William Mostyn, 9th Bt. JP DL (died 10 May 1912), suc. by his son

Sir Pyers Charles Mostyn, 10th Bt. (died 16 Jan 1917), suc. by his cousin

Capt Sir Pyers George Joseph Mostyn, 11th Bt. MC JP (died 28 Feb 1937), suc. by his son

Sir Pyers Edward Mostyn, 12th Bt. (died 11 Feb 1955), suc. by his uncle

Sir Basil Anthony Trevor Mostyn, 13th Bt. (died 19 Mar 1956), suc. by his son

Sir Jeremy John Anthony Mostyn, 14th Bt. (died 1988), suc. by his son

Sir William Basil John Mostyn, 15th Bt.

b. 15 Oct 1975; uncle and heir presumptive: Trevor Alexander Richard Mostyn (b. 23 May 1946)

Address: The Coach House, Church Lane, Lower Heyford, Oxfordshire

Arms: Per bend sinister Ermine and Ermines a Lion rampant Or; Crest: A Lion rampant Or; Mottoes: 1st: Auxilium Meum A Domino (My help is from the Lord); 2nd: Morte Leonis Vita (Life by the death of the lion)

Musgrave, of Hartley Castle, co. Westmorland (created 29 Jun 1611)

Sir Richard Musgrave, 1st Bt. (died 1615), suc. by his son

Sir Philip Musgrave, 2nd Bt. (died 7 Feb 1677/8), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Musgrave, 3rd Bt. (died 27 Dec 1687), suc. by his brother

Sir Christopher Musgrave, 4th Bt. (died 1704), suc. by his grandson

Sir Christopher Musgrave, 5th Bt. MP (died 1735), suc. by his son

Sir Philip Musgrave, 6th Bt. MP (died 5 Jul 1795), suc. by his son

Sir John Chardin Musgrave, 7th Bt. (died 1806), suc. by his son

Sir Philip Christopher Musgrave, 8th Bt. MP (died Jul 1827), suc. by his brother

Rev Sir Christopher John Musgrave, 9th Bt. (died 11 May 1834), suc. by his brother

Sir George Musgrave, 10th Bt. (died 29 Dec 1872), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Courtenay Musgrave, 11th Bt. JP MP (died 13 Feb 1881), suc. by his son

Sir Richard George Musgrave, 12th Bt. DL (died 21 May 1926), suc. by his son

Sir (Nigel) Courtenay Musgrave, 13th Bt. (died 19 Feb 1957), suc. by his cousin

Sir Charles Musgrave, 14th Bt. (died 26 Jul 1970), suc. by his son

Sir Christopher Patrick Charles Musgrave, 15th Bt.

b. 14 Apr 1949; brother and heir presumptive: Julian Nigel Chardin Musgrave (b. 8 Dec 1951)

Address: Barn Farm, Bunns Lane, Hambledon, Hampshire PO7 4QH

Arms: Azure six Annulets Or three two and one; Crest: Two Arms embowed in Armour proper the hands grasping an Annulet Or; Motto: Sans Changer (Without changing)

 

Nightingale, of Newport Pond, co. Essex (created 1 Sep 1628)

Sir Thomas Nightingale, 1st Bt. (died Jan 1644), suc. by his grandson

Sir Thomas Nightingale, 2nd Bt. (buried 19 Oct 1702), suc. by his nephew

Sir Bridges Nightingale, 3rd Bt. (died .....). suc. by his brother

Sir Robert Nightingale, 4th Bt. (died 24 Jul 1722), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Edward Nightingale, de jure 5th Bt. (died 2 Jul 1723), suc. by his son

Gamaliel Nightingale, de jure 6th Bt. (died in or after 1723). suc. by his brother

Edward Nightingale, de jure 7th Bt. (died 20 Oct 1750), suc. by his son

Edward Nightingale, de jure 8th Bt. (died Jul 1782), suc. by his brother

Capt Gamaliel Nightingale RN, de jure 9th Bt (died Jan 1791), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Nightingale, 10th Bt. (died 4 dec 1804), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Ethelston Nightingale, 11th Bt. (died 8 Dec 1846), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Nightingale, 12th Bt. (died 17 Sep 1876), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir Henry Dickonson Nightingale, 13th Bt. (died 17 Jul 19114), suc. by his grandson

Capt Sir Edward Manners Nightingale, 14th Bt. (died 26 Aug 1953), suc. by his third cousin

Sir Geoffrey Slingsby Nightingale, 15th Bt. (died 3 Sep 1972), suc. by his first cousin

Sir Charles Athelstan Nightingale, 16th Bt. (died 7 Mar 1977), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Manners Gamaliel Nightingale, 17th Bt.

b. 21 Feb 1947; second cousin and heir presumptive: Edward Lacy George Nightingale (b. 11 May 1938)

Address: 16 Unity Grove, Harrogate, North Yorkshire HG1 2AQ

Arms: Per pale Ermine and Gules a Rose counterchanged; Crest: An Ibex sejant Argent tufted armed and maned Or; Motto: Pro Rege Et Patria (For King and country)

Northcote, of Haine, co. Devon (created 1641)

Sir John Northcote, 1st Bt. MP (buried 24 Jun 1676), suc. by his son

Sir Arthur Northcote, 2nd Bt. (died 1688), suc. by his son

Sir Francis Northcote, 3rd Bt. (died 1709), suc. by his brother

Sir Henry Northcote, 4th Bt. (died Feb 1729/30), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Northcote, 5th Bt. MP (buried 28 May 1743), suc. by his son

Sir Stafford Northcote, 6th Bt. (died 11 Mar 1770), suc. by his son

Sir Stafford Henry Northcote, 7th Bt. (died 17 Mar 1851), suc. by his grandson

Sir Stafford Henry Northcote, 8th Bt. later 1st Earl of Iddesleigh

The Baronetcy has been held by the Earls of Iddesleigh since 3 Jul 1885, when the 8th Baronet became the 1st Earl of Iddesleigh

 

Onslow, of West Clandon, co. Surrey (created 1674 with precedency from 1660)

Alderman Sir Thomas Foote, 1st Bt. (died 12 Oct 1687), suc. by his son-in-law

Sir Arthur Onslow, 1st/2nd Bt. MP (died 21 Jul 1688), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Onslow, 2nd/3rd Bt. MP later 1st Baron Onslow

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Onslow (later Earls of Onslow) since 19 Jun 1716, when the 2nd/3rd Baronet became the 1st Baron Onslow

Osborn, of Chicksands Priory, co. Bedford (created 11 Feb 1661/2)

Sir John Osborne, 1st Bt. (died 5 Feb 1698/9), suc. by his son

Sir John Osborne, 2nd Bt. (died 28 Apr 1720), suc. by his grandson

Col Sir Danvers Osborn, 3rd Bt. MP (died 27 Dec 1753), suc. by his son

Maj Gen Sir George Osborn, 4th Bt. MP (died 29 Jun 1818), suc. by his son

Col Sir John Osborn, 5th Bt. MP (died 28 Aug 1848), suc. by his son

Sir George Robert Osborn, 6th Bt. JP DL (died 11 Jan 1892), suc. by his grandson

Maj Sir Algernon Kerr Butler Osborn, 7th Bt. JP (died 19 Jul 1948), suc. by his son

Sir Danvers Lionel Rouse Osborn, 8th Bt. (died 1983), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Henry Danvers Osborn, 9th Bt.

b. 12 Aug 1958; heir: none

Address: 25 Queen's Gardens, London W2 3BD

Arms: Argent a Bend between two Lions rampant Sable; Crest: A Lion's Head erased Argent ducally crowned Or; Motto: Quantum in Rebus Inane (How much vanity there is in human affairs)

 

Palmer, of Carlton, co. Northampton (created 7 Jun 1660)

Sir Geoffrey Palmer, 1st Bt. MP (died 5 May 1670), suc. by his son

Sir Lewis Palmer, 2nd Bt. MP (died 1714), suc. by his son

Sir Geoffrey Palmer, 3rd Bt. MP (died 29 Dec 1732), suc. by his nephew

Sir Thomas Palmer, 4th Bt. MP (died 14 Jun 1765), suc. by his son

Sir John Palmer, 5th Bt. MP (died 11 Feb 1817), suc. by his grandson

Sir Thomas Palmer, 6th Bt. (died 16 Apr 1817), suc. by his uncle

Sir John Henry Palmer, 7th Bt. (died 26 Aug 1865), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Geoffrey Palmer, 8th Bt. (died 10 Feb 1892), suc. by his brother

Rev Sir Lewis Henry Palmer, 9th Bt. (died 28 Apr 1909), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Maj Sir (Edward) Geoffrey Broadley Palmer, 10th Bt. JP DL (died 15 May 1925), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir Geoffrey Frederick Neill Palmer, 11th Bt. JP DL (died 22 Nov 1951), suc. by his son

Sir Geoffrey Christopher John Palmer, 12th Bt.

b. 30 Jun 1936; brother and heir presumptive: Jeremy Charles Palmer (b. 16 May 1939)

Address: Carlton Curlieu Hall, Leicestershire LE8 0PH

Arms: Sable a Chevron Or between three Crescents Argent; Crest: A Wyvern with wings addorsed Or armed and langued Gules; Motto: Par Sit Fortuna Labori (May the success be equal to the labour)

Parker, of Melford Hall, co. Suffolk (created 1 Jul 1681)

Sir Hugh Parker, 1st Bt. (died 1696/7), suc. by his nephew

Sir Henry Parker, 2nd Bt. (died 25 Oct 1713), suc. by his grandson

Sir Henry John Parker, 3rd Bt. (died 1771), suc. by his cousin

Rev Sir Henry Parker, 4th Bt. DD (died 10 Jul 1782), suc. by his brother

Vice-Admiral Sir Hyde Parker, 5th Bt. (died after 12 Dec 1782), suc. by his son

Sir Harry Parker, 6th Bt. (died 15 Jan 1812), suc. by his son

Sir William Parker, 7th Bt. (died 1 Apr 1830), suc. by his brother

Sir Hyde Parker, 8th Bt. MP (died 21 Mar 1856), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Capt Sir William Parker, 9th Bt. DL MP (died 24 May 1891), suc. by his son

Rev Sir William Hyde Parker, 10th Bt. (died 16 Feb 1931), suc. by his son

Sir William Stephen Hyde Parker, 11th Bt. (died 29 Jul 1951), suc. by his son

Sir Richard William Hyde Parker, 12th Bt. DL

b. 5 Apr 1937; son and heir: William John Hyde Parker (b. 10 Jun 1983)

Address: Melford Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk CO10 9AA

Arms: Quarterly: 1st and 4th: Able a Buck's Head cabossed between two Flaunches Argent (Parker); 2nd and 3rd: Azure a Chevron between three Lozenges Or (Hyde); Crest: A Dexter Arm erect vested Azure slashed and cuffed Argent holding in the Hand proper a Stag's Attire Gules; Motto: Fideli Certa Merces (To the faithful reward is certain)

Paston-Bedingfeld, of Oxburgh, co. Norfolk (created 1660/1)

Pelham, of Laughton, co. Sussex (created 1611)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Pelham (later Earls of Chichester) since 16 Dec 1706, when the 4th Baronet became the 1st Baron Pelham

Philipps, of Picton, co. Pembroke (created 1621)

Sir John Philipps, 1st Bt. MP (died 27 Mar 1629), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Philipps, 2nd Bt. (died 1648), suc. by his son

Sir Erasmus Philipps, 3rd Bt. MP (died 18 Jan 1696/7), suc. by his son

Sir John Philipps, 4th Bt. MP (died 5 Jan 1736/7), suc. by his son

Sir Erasmus Philipps, 5th Bt. MP (died 7 Oct 1743), suc. by his brother

Rt Hon Sir John Phillips, 6th Bt. MP (died 23 Jun 1764), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Philipps, 7th Bt. MP later 1st Baron Milford (died 28 Nov 1823), suc. by his fourth cousin twice removed

Sir Rowland Henry Philipps-Laugharne later Philipps-Laugharne-Philipps, 8th Bt. (died 23 Apr 1832), suc. by his brother

Sir William Philipps-Laugharne later Philipps-Laugharne-Philipps, 9th Bt. (died 17 Feb 1850), suc. by his son

Sir Godwin Philipps-Laugharne-Philipps, 10th Bt. (died 12 Feb 1857), suc. by his fourth cousin once removed

Sir James Evans Philipps, 11th Bt. (died 14 Feb 1873), suc. by his son

Rev Sir James Erasmus Philipps, 12th Bt. (died 21 Feb 1912), suc. by his son

Sir John Wynford Philipps, 13th Bt. GBE JP DL MP later 1st Baron Saint Davids later 1st Viscount Saint Davids

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Saint Davids (later Viscounts Saint Davids) since 6 Jul 1908, when the 13th Baronet became the 1st Baron St Davids

Pole later Carew Pole, of Shute House, co. Devon (created 12 Sep 1628)

Sir John Pole, 1st Bt. MP (died 16 Apr 1658), suc. by his son

Sir Courtenay Pole, 2nd Bt. MP (buried 13 Apr 1695), suc. by his son

Sir John Pole, 3rd Bt. MP (died 13 Mar 1707/8), suc. by his son

Sir William Pole, 4th Bt. MP (died 31 Dec 1741), suc. by his son

Sir John Pole, 5th Bt. (died 19 Feb 1766), suc. by his son

Sir William Pole later De La Pole, 6th Bt. (died 30 Nov 1799), suc. by his son

Sir William Templar Pole, 7th Bt. (died 1 Apr 1847), suc. by his son

Sir John George De La Pole later Reeve De La Pole, 8th Bt. (died 19 May 1874), suc. by his half-brother

Sir William Edmund Pole, 9th Bt. (died 21 Mar 1895), suc. by hi son

Sir Edmund Reginald Talbot Pole later De La Pole, 10th Bt. (died 26 Aug 1912), suc. by his brother

Sir Frederick Arundell de la Pole, 11th Bt. (died 12 Feb 1926), suc. by his fifth cousin

Col Sir John Gawen Pole-Carew later Carew Pole, 12th Bt. DSO JP (died 1993), suc. by his son

Sir (John) Richard Walter Reginald Carew Pole, 13th Bt. MBE DL

b. 2 Dec 1938; son and heir: Tremayne John Carew Pole (b. 22 Feb 1974)

Address: Antony House, Torpoint, Cornwall PL11 2QA

Arms: Azure semée of Fleurs-de-lys Or a Lion rampant Argent; Motto: Pollet Virtus (Virtue is powerful)

 

Ramsden, of Byram, co. York (created 30 Nov 1689)

Sir John Ramsden, 1st Bt. (died .....), suc. by his son

Sir William Ramsden, 2nd Bt. (died .....), suc. by his son

Sir John Ramsden, 3rd Bt. (died 10 Apr 1769), suc. by his son

Sir John Ramsden, 4th Bt. MP (died 15 Jul 1839), suc. by his grandson

Col Sir John William Ramsden, 5th Bt. VD JP DL MP (died 15 Apr 1914), suc. by his son

Capt Sir John Frescheville Ramsden, 6th Bt. DL (died 6 Oct 1958), suc. by his son

Maj Sir (Geoffrey) William Ramsden later Pennington later Pennington-Ramsden, 7th Bt. (died 1987), suc. by his third cousin

Maj Sir Caryl Oliver Imbert Ramsden, 8th Bt. CMG CVO (died 1987), suc. by his son

Sir John Charles Josslyn Ramsden, 9th Bt.

b. 19 Aug 1950; sixth cousin and heir presumptive: Geoffrey Ashmore Ramsden (b. 1 Sep 1930)

Address: c/o Foreign & Commonwealth Office, King Charles Street, London SW1A 2AH

Arms: Argent on a Chevron between three Fleurs-de-lys Sable as many Ram's Heads couped at the neck Argent; Crest: A Cubit Arm in Armour proper the gauntlet holding a Fleur-de-lys Sable

Reade, of Barton, co. Berkshire (created 4 Mar 1660/1)

Sir Compton Reade, 1st Bt. (died 29 Sep 1679), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Reade, 2nd Bt. (died 4 Sep 1691), suc. by his son

Sir Winwood Reade, 3rd Bt. (died 30 Jun 1692), suc. by his brother

Sir Thomas Reade, 4th Bt. MP (died 25 Sep 1752), suc. by his son

Sir John Reade, 5th Bt. (died 9 Nov 1773), suc. by his son

Sir John Reade, 6th Bt. (died 18 Nov 1789), suc. by his son

Sir John Chandos Reade, 7th Bt. (died 14 Jan 1868), suc. by his great-nephew

Sir Chandos Stanhope Hoskyns Reade, 8th Bt. DL (died 28 Jan 1890), suc. by his cousin

Sir George Compton Reade, 9th Bt. (died 7 Apr 1908), suc. by his son

Sir George Franklin Reade, 10th Bt. (died 30 May 1923), suc. by his son

Sir John Stanhope Reade, 11th Bt. (died 8 Jan 1958), suc. by his brother

Sir Clyde Nixon Reade, 12th Bt. (died 1982), suc. by his cousin

Kenneth Ray Reade, de jure 13th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

b. 23 Mar 1925; heir: none

Address: 1198 Paddock Place Apt 106, Ann Arbour, MI 48108, USA

Arms: Gules a Saltire between four Garbs Or; Crest: On the Stump of a Tree Vert a Falcon rising proper belled and jessed Or; Motto: Cedant Arma Togae (May war give way to peace)

Robinson, of London (created 22 Jun 1660)

Sir John Robinson, 1st Bt. MP (died Feb 1679/80), suc. by his son

Sir John Robinson, 2nd Bt. (died 1693), suc. by his brother

Sir James Robinson, 3rd Bt. (died 28 Aug 1731), suc. by his son

Sir John Robinson, 4th Bt. (died 31 Aug 1765), suc. by his son

Sir George Robinson, 5th Bt. MP (died 10 Oct 1815), suc. by his son

Sir George Robinson, 6th Bt. MP (died 23 Nov 1833), suc. by his nephew

Rev Sir George Stamp Robinson, 7th Bt (died 9 Oct 1873), suc. by his son

Sir John Blencowe Robinson, 8th Bt. (died 10 Aug 1877), suc. by his brother

Rev Sir Frederick Laud Robinson, 9th Bt. JP (died 6 Feb 1893), suc. by his son

Maj Sir Frederick Villiers Laud Robinson, 10th Bt. MC JP (died 19 Mar 1975), suc. by his son

Sir John James Michael Laud Robinson, 11th Bt. DL

b. 19 Jan 1943; son and heir: Mark Christopher Michael Villiers Robinson (b. 23 Apr 1972)

Address: Cranford Hall, Cranford, Northamptonshire NN14 4AL

Arms: Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Quarterly crenellée Gules and Or in the first quarter upon the Battlements of a Tower Argent a Lion of England of the second (Honourable Augmentation granted 20 Aug 1663); 2nd and 3rd, Vert a Buck trippant within an orle of Trefoils slipped Or; Crest: A Buck trippant Or collared and lined Vert the collar charged with three Trefoils slipped Or

Rous, of Henham, co. Suffolk (created 1660)

Sir John Rous, 1st Bt. MP (died 27 Nov 1670), suc. by his son

Sir John Rous, 2nd Bt. MP (died 8 Apr 1730), suc. by his son

Sir John Rous, 3rd Bt. MP (died 1 Feb 1730/1), suc. by his half-brother

Sir Robert Rous, 4th Bt. (died 8 Jun 1735), suc. by his son

Sir John Rous, 5th Bt. MP (died 31 Oct 1771), suc. by his son

Sir John Rous, 6th Bt. MP later 1st Baron Rous later 1st Earl of Stradbroke

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Rous (later Earls of Stradbroke) since 14 Jun 1796, when the 6th Baronet became the 1st Baron Rous

 

St John, of Lydiard Tregoze, co. Wiltshire (created 1611)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Viscounts St John since 2 Jul 1716, when the 4th Baronet was created became the 1st Viscount St John

St John, of Woodford, co. Northampton (created 1660)

Sir Oliver St John, 1st Bt. (died 6 Jan 1661/2), suc. by his son

Sir St Andrew St John, 2nd Bt. (died 1708), suc. by his son

Sir St Oliver St John, 3rd Bt. (died c. 1710), suc. by his brother

Sir St Andrew St John, 4th Bt. (died 1711), suc. by his son

Sir Paulet St Andrew St John, 5th Bt. later 8th Baron St John of Bletso

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons St John of Bletso since 5 Oct 1711, when the 5th Baronet succeeded as the 8th Baron St John of Bletso

Salusbury-Trelawny, of Trelawny, co. Cornwall (created 1 Jul 1628)

Sir John Trelawny, 1st Bt. (buried 16 Feb 1664), suc. by his son

Sir Jonathan Trelawny, 2nd Bt. MP (buried 5 Mar 1680/1), suc. by his son

Rt Rev Sir Jonathan Trelawny, 3rd Bt. Bishop of Winchester (died 19 Jul 1721), suc. by his son

Sir John Trelawny, 4th Bt. MP (died 1756), suc. by his cousin

Sir Harry Trelawny, 5th Bt. MP ADC (died 7 Apr 1762), suc. by his nephew and son-in-law

Sir William Trelawny, 6th Bt. (died 11 Dec 1772), suc. by his son

Rev Sir Harry Trelawny, 7th Bt. (died 3 May 1856), suc. by his son

Sir William Lewis Trelawny later Salusbury-Trelawny, 8th Bt. MP (died 15 Nov 1856), suc. by his son

Capt Sir John Salusbury Salusbury-Trelawny, 9th Bt. DL MP (died 4 Aug 1885), suc. by his son

Capt Sir William Lewis Salusbury-Trelawny, 10th Bt. JP DL (died 30 Nov 1917), suc. by his son

Sir John William Salisbury-Trelawny, 11th Bt. (died 7 Feb 1944), suc. by his son

Sir John William Robin Maurice Salusbury-Trelawny, 12th Bt. (died 28 Nov 1956), suc. by his son

Sir John Barry Salusbury-Trelawny, 13th Bt. JP (died 29 Jul 2009), suc. by his son

Sir John William Richard Salusbury-Trelawny, 14th Bt.

b. 30 Mar 1960; son and heir: Henry John Salusbury-Trelawny (b. 10 Dec 1982)

Address: 278 Seabrook Road, Hythe, Kent

Arms: Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Argent a Chevron Sable (Trelawny); 2nd and 3rd, Gules a Lion rampant per bend sinister Argent and Erminois ducally crowned between three Crescents Or on a Canton of the last a Bear's Head erased Sable muzzled Argent (Salusbury); Crests: 1st: A Wolf proper (Trelawny); 2nd: A Demi-Lion rampant per bend sinister Argent and Erminois holding between the paws a Shield Or charged with a Bear's Head as in the Arms; Mottoes: 1st: Sermoni Consona Facta (Deeds agreeing with words); 2nd: Virtus Patrimonio Nobilior (Virtue is more noble than patrimony)

Sebright, of Besford, co. Worcester (created 20 Dec 1626)

Sir Edward Sebright, 1st Bt. (died before 11 Feb 1657/8), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Sebright, 2nd Bt. (died 11 Sep 1679), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Sebright, 3rd Bt. (died 15 Dec 1702), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Saunders Sebright, 4th Bt. MP (died 12 Apr 1736), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Saunders Sebright, 5th Bt. (died 30 Oct 1761), suc. by his brother

Lt Gen Sir John Sebright, 6th Bt. MP (died 23 Feb 1794), suc. by his son

Sir John Saunders Sebright, 7th Bt. MP (died 15 Apr 1846), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Gage Saunders Sebright, 8th Bt. (died 29 Aug 1864), suc. by his son

Maj Sir John Gage Saunders Sebright, 9th Bt. (died 15 Nov 1890), suc. by his son

Sir Egbert Cecil Saunders Sebright, 10th Bt. DL (died 1 Apr 1897), suc. by his uncle

Lt Col Sir Edgar Reginald Saunders Sebright, 11th Bt. JP DL ADC (died 25 Dec 1917), suc. by his brother

Sir Guy Thomas Saunders Sebright, 12th Bt. JP (died 11 Sep 1933), suc. by his nephew

Lt Col Sir Giles Edward Sebright, 13th Bt. CBE JP (died 9 Dec 1954), suc. by his son

Sir Hugo Giles Edmund Sebright, 14th Bt. (died 1985), suc. by his son

Peter Giles Vivian Sebright, de jure 15th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

b. 2 Aug 1953; son and heir: Rufus Hugo Giles Sebright (b. 31 Jul 1978)

Address: 6 Finchley Road, Auckland Park, Johannesburg 2092, South Africa

Arms: Argent three Cinquefoils Sable; Crest: A Tyger sejant Argent maned and crowned Or; Motto: Servare Mentem (Preserving equanimity); Badge: A Garb of Oats Or banded Azure inscribed with the motto Pro Rege ("For the King")

Seymour, of Berry Pomeroy, co. Devon (created 1611)

Sir Edward Seymour, 1st Bt. MP (died 11 Apr 1613), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Seymour, 2nd Bt. MP (died 5 Oct 1659), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Seymour, 3rd Bt. MP (died 7 Dec 1688), suc. by his son

Rt Hon Sir Edward Seymour, 4th Bt. MP (died 17 Feb 1707/8), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Seymour, 5th Bt. MP (died 29 Dec 1740), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Seymour, 6th Bt. MP later 8th Duke of Somerset

The Baronetcy has been held by the Dukes of Somerset since 7 Feb 1750, when the 6th Baronet succeeded as the 8th Duke of Somerset

Shaw later Best-Shaw, of Eltham, co. Kent (created 15 Apr 1665)

Sir John Shaw, 1st Bt. MP (died 1 Mar 1679/80), suc. by his son

Sir John Shaw, 2nd Bt. (died 11 Dec 1721), suc. by his son

Sir John Shaw, 3rd Bt. (died 4 Mar 1738/9), suc. by his son

Sir John Shaw, 4th Bt. (died 18 Jun 1779), suc. by his son

Sir John Gregory Shaw, 5th Bt. (died 28 Oct 1831), suc. by his son

Sir John Kenward Shaw, 6th Bt. (died 17 Mar 1857), suc. by his nephew

Sir John Charles Kenward Shaw, 7th Bt. JP (died 7 Jan 1909), suc. by his nephew

Rev Sir Charles John Monson Shaw, 8th Bt. (died 11 Sep 1922), suc. by his son

Cdr Sir John James Kenward Shaw later Best-Shaw, 9th Bt. RN (died 26 Feb 1984), suc. by his son

Sir John Michael Robert Best-Shaw, 10th Bt. (died 22 Apr 2014), suc. by his son

Thomas Joshua Best-Shaw, de jure 11th Bt (awaiting proof of succession)

b. 7 Mar 1965; son and heir: Joshua John Kirkland Best-Shaw (b. 17 Jan 1995)

Address: 1 School Cottages, The Street, Sissinghurst, Cfranbrook TN17 2JJ

Arms: Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Argent a Chevron between three Fusils Ermine (Shaw); 2nd and 3rd, Sable a Cinquefoil pierced and in chief two Cross Crosslets fitchée Or (Best); Crests: 1. Six Arrows interlaced saltire-wise Or flighted headed and tied together by a Belt Gules Buckle and Pendant Or (Shaw); 2. On a Wreath of the colours issuing out of a Mural Crown Or a Demi-Ostrich Argent in the beak a Cross Crosslet fitchée Or (Best); Mottoes: 1. Vincit Qui Patitur (He conquers who endures); 2. Sola Cruce (With the Cross alone)

Shelley, of Michelgrove, co. Sussex (created 1611)

Shirley, of Staunton Harold, co. Leicester (created 1611)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Earls Ferrers since 3 Sep 1711, when the 7th Baronet became the 1st Earl Ferrers

Shuckburgh, of Shuckburgh, co. Warwick (created 25 Jun 1660)

Sir John Shuckburgh, 1st Bt. (died 1661), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Shuckburgh, 2nd Bt. MP (died 2 Sep 1705), suc. by his son

Sir John Shuckburgh, 3rd Bt. (died 19 Jun 1724), suc. by his son

Sir Stewkley Shuckburgh, 4th Bt. (died 10 mar 1759), suc. by his cousin

Sir Charles Shuckburgh, 5th Bt. (died 10 Aug 1773), suc. by his nephew

Sir George Augustus William Shuckburgh later Shuckburgh-Evelyn, 6th Bt MP (died 11 Aug 1804), suc. by his brother

Sir Stewkley Shuckburgh, 7th Bt. (died 21 Jul 1809), suc. by his son

Sir Francis Shuckburgh, 8th Bt. (died 29 Oct 1876), suc. by his son

Maj Sir George Thomas Francis Shuckburgh, 9th Bt. JP DL (died 12 Jan 1884), suc. by his son

Sir Stewkley Frederick Draycott Shuckburgh, 10th Bt. (died 17 Nov 1917), suc. by his brother

Sir Gerald Francis Stewkley Shuckburgh, 11th Bt. JP (died 3 Aug 1939), suc. by his son

Maj Sir Charles Gerald Stewkley Shuckburgh, 12th Bt. TD JP DL (died 1988), suc. by his son

Sir Rupert Charles Gerald Shuckburgh, 13th Bt. (died 24 Jan 2012), suc. by his son

Sir James Rupert Charles Shuckburgh, 14th Bt.

b. 4 Jan 1978; brother and heir presumptive: Peter Gerald William Shuckburgh (b. 1982)

Address: Shuckburgh Hall, Daventry, Northamptonshire NN11 6DT

Arms: Sable a Chevron between three Mullets Argent; Crest: A Blackamoor couped at the waist proper with a Dart in his hand point downwards Or; Motto: Haec Manus Ob Patriam (This hand for my country)

Skipwith, of Prestwould, co. Leicester (created 20 Dec 1622)

Sir Henry Skipwith, 1st Bt. DL (died .....), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Skipwith, 2nd Bt. (died .....), suc. by his brother

Sir Grey Skipwith, 3rd Bt. (died .....), suc. by his son

Sir William Skipwith, 4th Bt. (died .....), suc. by his son

Sir Grey Skipwith, 5th Bt. (died 1740), suc. by his brother

Sir William Skipwith, 6th Bt. (died 25 Feb 1764), suc. by his son

Sir Peyton Skipwith, 7th Bt. (died 9 Oct 1805), suc. by his son

Sir Grey Skipwith, 8th Bt. MP (died 13 May 1852), suc. by his son

Col Sir Thomas George Skipwith, 9th Bt. DL MP (died 30 Nov 1863), suc. by his son

Maj Sir Peyton d'Estoteville Skipwith, 10th Bt. DL (died 12 May 1891), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Grey Humberston d'Estoteville Skipwith, 11th Bt. JP (died 3 Feb 1950), suc. by his grandson

Sir Patrick Alexander d'Estoteville Skipwith, 12th Bt.

b. 1 Sep 1938; son and heir: Alexander Sebastian Grey d'Estoteville Skipwith (b. 9 Apr 1969)

Address: 76 rue de Pont-aux-Molines, 45450 Donnery, France

Arms: Argent three Bars Gules in chief a Greyhound courant Sable; Crest: A Turnstile proper; Motto: Sans Dieu Je Ne Puis (Without God I am not able)

Smithson later Percy, of Stanwick, co. York (created 1660)

Sir Hugh Smithson, 1st Bt. (died 21 Oct 1672), suc. by his son

Sir Jerome Smithson, 2nd Bt. (died 1684), suc. by his son

Sir Hugh Smithson, 3rd Bt. (died 2 Mar 1733), suc. by his grandson

Sir Hugh Smithson later Percy, 4th Bt. MP later 2nd Earl of Northumberland later 1st Duke of Northumberland

The Baronetcy has been held by the Earls of Northumberland (later Dukes of Northumberland) from 7 Feb 1749/50, when the 4th Baronet succeeded his father-in-law as 2nd Earl of Northumberland

Speelman, of The Netherlands (created 9 Sep 1686)

Sir Cornelis Speelman, 1st Bt. (died 30 Apr 1746), suc. by his son

Sir Cornelis Speelman, 2nd Bt. (died 19 Sep 1787), suc. by his son

Jonkheer Sir Cornelis Jacob Speelman, 3rd Bt. (died 14 Jun 1825), suc. by his son

Jonkheer Sir Abraham Florentius Speelman, 4th Bt. (died 25 Aug 1840), suc. by his son

Gen Jonkheer Sir Cornelis Jacob Abraham Speelman, 5th Bt. (died 18 Jan 1898), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Jonkheer Sir Helenus Marinus Speelman, 6th Bt. (died 17 May 1907), suc. by his nephew

Jonkheer Sir Cornelis Jacob Speelman, 7th Bt. (died 3 Feb 1949), suc. by his son

Jonkheer Sir Cornelis Jacob Speelman, 8th Bt.

b. 17 Mar 1917; heir: none

Address: 29 Blackall Road, Exeter, Devon

Stanley, of Bickerstaffe, co. Lancaster (created 1627)

Sir Edward Stanley, 1st Bt. (buried 4 May 1640), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Stanley, 2nd Bt. (died May 1653), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Stanley, 3rd Bt. (died 16 Oct 1671), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Stanley, 4th Bt. (died 7 May 1714), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Stanley, 5th Bt. MP later 11th Earl of Derby

The Baronetcy has been held by the Earls of Derby since 1 Feb 1735/6, when the 5th Baronet inherited the Earldom of Derby

Stanley, of Alderley, co. Chester (created 1660)

Sir Thomas Stanley, 1st Bt. (buried 31 Aug 1672), suc. by his son

Sir Peter Stanley, 2nd Bt. (buried 4 Oct 1683), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Stanley, 3rd Bt. (died 1721), suc. by his son

Sir James Stanley, 4th Bt. (buried 17 Mar 1746/7), suc. by his brother

Sir Edward Stanley, 5th Bt. (died 28 Aug 1755), suc. by his son

Sir John Thomas Stanley, 6th Bt. (died 29 Nov 1807), suc. by his son

Maj Sir John Thomas Stanley, 7th Bt. MP later 1st Baron Stanley of Alderley

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Stanley of Alderley since 9 May 1839, when the 7th Baronet became the 1st Baron Stanley of Alderley

Stonhouse, of Radley, co. Berkshire (created 7 May 1628 and 5 May 1670 but with precedence of 7 May 1628)

Sir William Stonhouse, 1st Bt. (died 5 Feb 1631/2), suc. by his son

Sir John Stonhouse, 2nd Bt. MP (died 14 Jun 1632), suc. by his brother

Sir George Stonhouse, 3rd and 1st Bt. MP (died c. 1675), suc. by his son

Sir George Stonhouse, 4th Bt. (died 16...), suc. by his son

Sir George Stonhouse, 5th Bt. (died 24 Feb 1736/7), suc. by his son

Sir John Stonhouse, 6th Bt. (died 12 Jul 1740), suc. by his second cousin

Sir John Stonhouse, 7th and 4th Bt. (see below)

 

Sir George Stonhouse, 3rd and 1st Bt. MP (died c. 1675), suc. by his son

Sir John Stonhouse, 2nd Bt. MP (died c. 1700), suc. by his son

Rt Hon Sir John Stonhouse, 3rd Bt. MP (died 10 Oct 1733), suc. by his son

Sir John Stonhouse, 7th and 4th Bt. (died 22 Sep 1767), suc. by his brother

Sir William Stonhouse, 8th and 5th Bt. (died bef. 1777), suc. by his brother

Rev Sir James Stonhouse, 9th and 6th Bt. (died 13 Apr 1792), suc. by his second cousin

Rev Sir James Stonhouse, 10th and 7th Bt. (died 8 Dec 1795), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Stonhouse, 11th and 8th Bt. (died 1810), suc. by his half-nephew

Sir John Brooke Stonhouse, 12th and 9th Bt. (died 2 Dec 1848), suc. by his brother

Sir Timothy Vansittart Stonhouse, 13th and 10th Bt. (died 30 Jan 1866), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Vansittart Stonhouse, 14th and 11th Bt. (died 13 Nov 1884), suc. by his son

Sir Ernest Hay Stonhouse, 15th and 12th Bt. (died 18 Dec 1937), suc. by his third cousin

Sir Arthur Allan Stonhouse, 16th and 13th Bt. (died 22 Nov 1967), suc. by his son

Sir Philip Allan Stonhouse, 17th and 14th Bt. (died 1993), suc. by his son

Rev Sir Michael Philip Stonhouse, 18th and 15th Bt.

b. 4 Sep 1948; son and heir: Allan James Stonhouse (b. 20 Mar 1981)

Address: 3413 Balfour Street, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada S7H 3Z3

Arms: Argent on a Fess Sable between three Hawks volant Sable a Leopard's Face between two Mullets Or; Crest: A Talbot's Head couped Argent collared Sable lined and catching a Dove volant of the first; Motto: Sublimiora Petamus (Let us seek the sublime)

Strickland-Constable, of Boynton, co. York (created 30 Jul 1641)

Sir William Strickland, 1st Bt. MP (died 1673), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Strickland, 2nd Bt. MP (died 20 Nov 1684), suc. by his son

Sir William Strickland, 3rd Bt. MP (died 12 May 1724), suc. by his son

Sir William Strickland, 4th Bt. MP (died 1 Sep 1735), suc. by his son

Sir George Strickland, 5th Bt. (died 13 Jan 1808), suc. by his son

Sir William Strickland, 6th Bt. (died 8 Jan 1834), suc. by his son

Sir George Strickland later Cholmley, 7th Bt. MP (died 23 Dec 1874), suc. by his son

Sir Charles William Strickland, 8th Bt. JP DL (died 31 Dec 1909), suc. by his son

Walter William Strickland, de jure 9th Bt. (died 9 Aug 1938), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Sir Henry Marmaduke Strickland-Constable, 10th Bt. (died 1975), suc. by his brother

Sir Robert Frederick Strickland-Constable, 11th Bt. (died 11 Dec 1994), suc. by his son

Sir Frederic Strickland-Constable, 12th Bt.

b. 21 Oct 1944; son and heir: Charles Strickland-Constable (b. 10 Oct 1985)

Address: The Estate Office, Old Maltongate, Malton YO17 0EG

Arms: Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Quarterly Gules and Vair a Bend Or (Constable); 2nd and 3rd, Gules a Chevron Or between three Crosses-Pattée Argent on a Canton Ermine a Buck's Head erased attired Sable (Strickland); Crests: 1st: A Ship with sails Furled all Or (Constable); 2nd: A Turkey Cock in his pride proper (Strickland); Motto: A La Volonté De Dieu (By the will of God)

Stuart, of Hartley Mauduit, co. Southampton (created 27 Jun 1660)

Sir Nicholas Stuart, 1st Bt. (died 15 Feb 1709/10), suc. by his grandson

Sir Simeon Stuart, 2nd Bt. MP (died 11 Aug 1761), suc. by his son

Sir Simeon Stuart, 3rd Bt. MP (died 19 Nov 1799), suc. by his son

Sir Simeon Stuart, 4th Bt. (died 14 Jan 1816), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Simeon Henry Stuart, 5th Bt. (died 23 Oct 1868), suc. by his son

Sir Simeon Henry Stuart, 6th Bt. (died 21 Aug 1891), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir Simeon Henry Lechmere Stuart, 7th Bt. (died 25 Nov 1939), suc. by his first cousin

Sir Houlton John Stuart, 8th Bt. (died 3 May 1959), suc. by his nephew

Philip Luttrell Stuart, de jure 9th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

b. 7 Sep 1937; son and heir: Geoffrey Philip Stuart (b. 5 Jul 1973)

Address: Apt 50, 10980 Westdowne Road, RR2 Ladysmith, BC V0R 2E0, Canada

Arms: Or a Fess chequy Azure an Inescutcheon Argent charged with the Lion of Scotland debruised with a Bendlet raguly Or; Crest: A Roebuck statant Argent ducally gorged Gules; Motto: Avito Viret Honore (He flourishes by the honour of his ancestors)

Style, of Wateringbury, co. Kent (created 21 Apr 1627)

Sir Thomas Style, 1st Bt. (died 18 Oct 1637), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Style, 2nd Bt. (died 19 Nov 1702), suc. by his son

Sir Oliver Style, 3rd Bt. (died 12 Feb 1702/3), suc. by his half-brother

Sir Thomas Style, 4th Bt. (died 11 Jan 1769), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Style, 5th Bt. (died 18 Apr 1774), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Style, 6th Bt. (died 5 Sep 1804), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Style, 7th Bt. (died 5 Nov 1813), suc. by his brother

Sir Thomas Charles Style, 8th Bt. JP DL (died 23 Jul 1879), suc. by his second cousin

Sir William Henry Marsham Style, 9th Bt. JP (died 31 Jan 1904), suc. by his son

Sir Frederick Montague Style, 10th Bt. (died 22 Jul 1930), suc. by his son

Sir William Frederick Style, 11th Bt. (died 27 Jun 1943), suc. by his son

Sir William Montague Style, 12th Bt. (died 1981), suc. by his son

William Frederick Style, de jure 13th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

b. 13 May 1945; son and heir: William Colin Style (b. 1995)

Address: 2430 N, 3rd Lane, Oconomowoc, WI 53006, USA

Arms: Sable a Fess Or fretty of the field between three Fleurs-de-lys of the second a Bordure Gold; Crest: A Wolf's Head couped Sable collared Or the lower part of the neck fretty of the last

 

Thomas, of Wenvoe, co. Glamorgan (created 24 Dec 1694)

Sir John Thomas, 1st Bt. (died 17 Jan 1702/3), suc. by his brother

Sir Edmond Thomas, 2nd Bt. (died 1723), suc. by his son

Sir Edmond Thomas, 3rd Bt. MP (died 10 Oct 1767), suc. by his son

Sir Edmond Thomas, 4th Bt. (died 1789), suc. by his brother

Sir John Thomas, 5th Bt. (died 14 Dec 1828), suc. by his son

Rev Sir John Godfrey Thomas, 6th Bt. (died 7 May 1841), suc. by his son

Sir Edmond Stephen Thomas, 7th Bt. (died 6 Feb 1852), suc. by his half-brother

Sir Godfrey John Thomas, 8th Bt. (died 13 Jul 1861), suc. by his son

Brig Gen Sir Godfrey Vignoles Thomas, 9th Bt. CB CBE DSO DL (died 17 Feb 1919), suc. by his son

Rt Hon Sir Godfrey John Vignoles Thomas, 10th Bt. GCVO KCB CSI (died 4 Mar 1968), suc. by his son

Capt Sir (Godfrey) Michael David Thomas, 11th Bt. ADC (died 10 Jan 2003), suc. by his son

Sir David John Godfrey Thomas, 12th Bt.

b. 11 Jun 1961; heir: none

Address: 23 Branksea Street, London SW6 6TT

Arms: Sable a Chevron and Canton Ermine; Crest: A Demi-Unicorn Ermine armed crined and unguled Or supporting a Shield Sable; Motto: Virtus Invicta Gloriosa (Invincible virtue is glorious)

Thorold, of Marston, co. Lincoln (created 24 Aug 1642)

Sir William Thorold, 1st Bt. MP (died 1677), suc. by his grandson

Sir William Thorold, 2nd Bt. (died 1681), suc. by his brother

Sir Anthony Thorold, 3rd Bt. (died 1685), suc. by his brother

Sir John Thorold, 4th Bt. MP (died 14 Jan 1716/7), suc. by his cousin

Sir William Thorold, 5th Bt. (died .....), suc. by his son

Sir Anthony Thorold, 6th Bt. (died 25 Aug 1721), suc. by his uncle

Sir John Thorold, 7th Bt. (died Jan 1748), suc. by his son

Sir John Thorold, 8th Bt. 5 Jun 1755), suc. by his son

Sir John Thorold, 9th Bt. MP (died 25 Feb 1815), suc. by his son

Sir John Hayford Thorold, 10th Bt. (died 7 Jul 1831), suc. by his son

Sir John Charles Thorold, 11th Bt. (died 26 Apr 1866), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir John Henry Thorold, 12th Bt. JP DL MP (died 4 Oct 1922), suc. by his son

Maj Sir John George Thorold, 13th Bt. JP DL (died 25 Dec 1951), suc. by his brother

Sir James Ernest Thorold, 14th Bt. (died 27 Jul 1965), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Anthony Henry Thorold, 15th Bt. OBE DSC JP DL ADC (died 1 May 1999), suc. by his son

(Anthony) Oliver Thorold, de jure 16th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

b. 15 Apr 1945; son and heir: Henry Lowry Thorold (b. 6 Aug 1981)

Address: 8 Richmond Crescent, London N1 0LZ

Arms: Sable three Goats salient Sable; Crest: A Roebuck passant Argent attired Or; Motto: Cervus Non Servus (The stag is not a slave)

Thynne, of Caus Castle, co. Salop (created 1641)

Sir Henry Frederick Thynne, 1st Bt. (died 6 Mar 1679/80), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Thynne, 2nd Bt. later 1st Viscount Weymouth

The Baronetcy has been held by the Viscounts Weymouth (later Marquesses of Bath) since 11 Dec 1682, when the 2nd Baronet became the 1st Viscount Weymouth

Townshend, of Rainham, co. Norfolk (created 1617)

Sir Roger Townshend, 1st Bt. MP (died 1 Jan 1636/7), suc. by his son

Sir Roger Townshend, 2nd Bt. (died 1647/8), suc. by his brother

Sir Horatio Townshend, 3rd Bt. MP later 1st Baron Townshend later 1st Viscount Townshend

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Townshend (later Marquesses Townshend) since 20 Apr 1661, when the 3rd Baronet became the 1st Baron Townshend

Trevelyan, of Nettlecombe, co. Somerset (created 24 Jan 1661/2)

Sir George Trevelyan, 1st Bt. (died 1671), suc. by his son

Sir John Trevelyan, 2nd Bt. MP (died 25 Sep 1755), suc. by his son

Sir George Trevelyan, 3rd Bt. (died 11 Sep 1768), suc. by his son

Sir John Trevelyan, 4th Bt. (died 18 Apr 1828), suc. by his son

Sir John Trevelyan, 5th Bt. (died 23 May 1846), suc. by his son

Sir Walter Calverley Trevelyan, 6th Bt. (died 23 Mar 1879), suc. by his nephew

Sir Alfred Wilson Trevelyan, 7th Bt. (died 18 Apr 1891), suc. by his second cousin once removed

Sir Walter John Trevelyan, 8th Bt. (died 23 Dec 1931), suc. by his son

Sir Willoughby John Trevelyan, 9th Bt. (died 23 Dec 1976), suc. by his third cousin

Norman Irving Trevelyan, de jure 10th Bt. (died 1996), suc. by his son

Edward Norman Trevelyan, de jure 11th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

b. 14 Aug 1955; son and heir: Reed Edward Trevelyan (b. 6 Oct 1996)

Address: 416 Bay City Road, Stevensville, Maryland 21666, USA

Arms: Gules a Demi-Horse Argent hoofed and maned Or issuing out of water in base proper; Crest: Two Arms counter-embowed proper habited Azure holding in the hands a Bezant surmounted by a Sea Parrot proper; Motto: Tyme Tryeth Troth

Trollope, of Casewick, co. Lincoln (created 5 Feb 1641/2)

Sir Thomas Trollope, 1st Bt. (died before 7 Mar 1654/5), suc. by his son

Sir William Trollope, 2nd Bt. (died 16 May 1678), suc. by his nephew

Sir Thomas Trollope, 3rd Bt. (died 22 Nov 1729), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Trollope, 4th Bt. (died 7 Oct 1784), suc. by his grandson

Sir Thomas William Trollope, 5th Bt. (died 13 May 1789), suc. by his brother

Sir John Trollope, 6th Bt. (died 28 Apr 1820), suc. by his son

Sir John Trollope, 7th Bt. later 1st Baron Kesteven (died 17 Dec 1874), suc. by his son

Sir John Henry Trollope, 8th Bt. and 2nd Baron Kesteven (died 26 Jul 1915), suc. by his nephew

Sir Thomas Carew Trollope, 9th Bt. and 3rd Baron Kesteven (died 5 Nov 1915), suc. by his second cousin once removed

Sir William Henry Trollope, 10th Bt. (died 24 Aug 1921), suc. by his brother

Sir Thomas Ernest Trollope, 11th Bt. (died 23 Sep 1927), suc. by his first cousin

Sir Henry Cracroft Trollope, 12th Bt. (died 29 May 1935), suc. by his brother

Lt Col Sir Arthur Grant Trollope, 13th Bt. JP (died 14 Feb 1937), suc. by his third cousin once removed

Sir Frederic Farrand Trollope, 14th Bt. (died 9 Nov 1957), suc. by his brother

Sir Gordon Clavering Trollope, 15th Bt. (died 18 Oct 1958), suc. by his son

Sir Anthony Owen Clavering Trollope, 16th Bt. JP (died 1987), suc. by his son

Sir Anthony Simon Trollope, 17th Bt.

b. 31 Aug 1945; brother and heir presumptive: Hugh Irwin Trollope (b. 31 Mar 1947)

Address: Churinga Lodge, 28 Midson Road, Oakville, NSW 2765, Australia

Arms: Vert three Stags courant Argent attired Or within a Bordure of the second; Crest: On a Mount Vert a Stag courant Argent attired Or holding in the mouth an Oak-Leaf proper; Motto: Audio Sed Taceo (I hear but am silent)

 

Vyvyan, of Trelowarren, co. Cornwall (created 12 Feb 1644/5)

Sir Richard Vyvyan, 1st Bt. MP (died 3 Oct 1655), suc. by his son

Sir Vyell Vyvyan, 2nd Bt. MP (died 24 Feb 1696/7), suc. by his nephew

Sir Richard Vyvyan, 3rd Bt. MP (died 9 May 1724), suc. by his son

Sir Francis Vyvyan, 4th Bt. (buried 29 Dec 1745), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Vyvyan, 5th Bt. (died 13 Oct 1781), suc. by his brother

Rev Sir Carew Vyvyan, 6th Bt. (died 4 Oct 1814), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Sir Vyell Vyvyan, 7th Bt. (died 27 Jan 1820), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Rawlinson Vyvyan, 8th Bt. (died 15 Aug 1879), suc. by his nephew

Rev Sir Vyell Donnithorne Vyvyan, 9th Bt. (died 27 May 1917), suc. by his son

Col Sir Courtenay Bourchier Vyvyan, 10th Bt. CB CMG JP DL (died 15 Nov 1941), suc. by his nephew

Sir Richard Philip Vyvyan, 11th Bt. (died 15 May 1978), suc. by his second cousin once removed

Sir John Stanley Vyvyan, 12th Bt. (died 6 Oct 1995), suc. by his son

(Ralph) Ferrers Alexander Vyvyan, de jure 13th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

b. 21 Aug 1960; son and heir: Joshua Drummond Vyvyan (b. 10 Oct 1986)

Address: Trelowarren, Mawgan, Cornwall TR12 6AF

Arms: Argent on a Mound in base Vert a Lion rampant Gules armed Sable; Crest: A Horse passant furnished proper; Mottoes: 1st: Sapere Aude (Dare to be wise); 2nd: Dum Vivimus Vivamus (While we are alive let us live well)

 

Wake, of Clevedon, co. Somerset (created 5 Dec 1621)

Sir Baldwin Wake, 1st Bt. (died 1627), suc. by his son

Col Sir John Wake, 2nd Bt. (died c. 1663), suc. by his son

Sir Walton Wake, 3rd Bt. (died Jan 1697/8), suc. by his son

Sir John Wake, 4th Bt. (died 1714), suc. by his brother

Sir Baldwin Wake, 5th Bt. (died 1747), suc. by his grandson

Sir Charles Wake later Wake-Jones, 6th Bt. (died Jan 1775), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Sir William Wake, 7th Bt. (died 26 Sep 1765), suc. by his son

Sir William Wake, 8th Bt. MP (died 29 Oct 1785), suc. by his son

Sir William Wake, 9th Bt. (died 27 Jan 1846), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Wake, 10th Bt. (died 23 Feb 1864), suc. by his son

Sir William Wake, 11th Bt. (died 13 Apr 1865), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Herewald Wake, 12th Bt. JP DL (died 5 Jan 1916), suc. by his son

Maj Gen Sir Hereward Wake, 13th Bt. CB CMG DSO JP DL ADC (died 4 Aug 1963), suc. by his son

Sir Hereward Wake, 14th Bt. MC DL

b. 7 Oct 1916; son and heir: Hereward Charles Wake (b. 22 Nov 1952)

Address: The Old School House, Courteenhall, Northamptonshire NN7 2QD

Arms: Or two Bars Gules in chief three Torteaux; Crest: The Wake Knot; Motto: Vigila Et Ora (Watch and pray)

Waldegrave, of Hever Castle, co. Kent (created 1643)

Sir Edward Waldegrave, 1st Bt. MP (died after 1647), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Waldegrave, 2nd Bt. (died 10 Oct 1658), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Waldegrave, 3rd Bt. (died after 26 May 1684), suc. by his son

Sir Henry Waldegrave, 4th Bt. later 1st Baron Waldegrave

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Waldegrave (later Earls Waldegrave) since 20 Jan 1685/6, when the 4th Baronet became the 1st Baron Waldegrave

Wheler, of City of Westminster, co. London (created 11 Aug 1660)

Sir William Wheler, 1st Bt. MP (died 6 Aug 1666), suc. by his cousin

Co Sir Charles Wheler, 2nd Bt MP (died 26 Aug 1683), suc. by his son

Sir William Wheler, 3rd Bt. (died 23 Feb 1708/9), suc. by his son

Sir Trevor Wheler, 4th Bt. (buried 17 Oct 1718), suc. by his brother

Sir William Wheler, 5th Bt. (buried 4 Jun 1763), suc. by his son

Sir William Wheler, 6th Bt. (buried 16 Apr 1790), suc. by his brother

Rev Sir Charles Wheler, 7th Bt. (died 12 Jul 1821), suc. by his son

Sir Trevor Wheler, 8th Bt. (died 4 Feb 1830), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir Trevor Wheler, 9th Bt. (died 6 Sep 1869 suc. by his brother

Gen Sir Francis Wheler, 10th Bt CB (died 4 Apr 1878), suc. by his son

Col Sir Trevor Wheler, 11th Bt. (died 10 Jan 1900), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir Edward Wheler, 12th Bt. (d. 11 Aug 1903), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Trevor Wood Wheler, 13th Bt. (died 1986), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Woodford Wheler, 14th Bt. (died 22 Jun 2008), suc. by his son

Sir Trevor Woodford Wheler, 15th Bt.

b. 11 Apr 1946; son and heir: Edward William Wheler (b. 14 Jun 1976)

Address: 83 Middle Park, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire

Arms: Or a Chevron between three Leopard's Faces Sable; Crest: Out of a Ducal Coronet Or an Eagle displayed Gules; Motto: Facie Tenus (Up to the mark)

Williams-Bulkeley, of Penrhyn, co. Caernarvon (created 17 Jun 1661)

Sir Griffith Williams, 1st Bt. (died before 3 Dec 1663), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Williams, 2nd Bt. MP (died 10 Dec 1680), suc. by his son

Sir John Williams. 3rd Bt. (died 4 Jan 1682), suc. by his brother

Sir Griffith Williams, 4th Bt. (died 29 Dec 1684), suc. by his uncle

Sir Hugh Williams, 5th Bt. (died 22 Mar 1686), suc. by his son

Sir Griffith Williams. 6th Bt. (died Jul 1734), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Williams, 7th Bt. (died Nov 1745), suc. by his second cousin

Lt Col Sir Hugh Williams, 8th Bt. MP (died 19 Aug 1794), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Williams, 9th Bt. JP MP (died 1 Dec 1830) ,suc. by his son

Sir Richard Bulkeley Williams later Williams-Bulkeley, 10th Bt. JP MP (died 28 Aug 1875), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Richard Lewis Mostyn Williams-Bulkeley, 11th Bt. (died 5 Jan 1931), suc. by his son

Col Sir Richard Henry Williams-Bulkeley, 12th Bt. KCB VD JP (died 7 Jul 1942), suc. by his grandson

Lt Col Sir Richard Harry David Williams-Bulkeley, 13th Bt. TD JP (died 1992), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Thomas Williams-Bulkeley, 14th Bt. DL

b. 25 May 1939; son and heir: Capt Richard Hugh Williams-Bulkeley (b. 8 Jul 1968)

Address: Red Hill, Beaumaris, Anglesey LL58 8YT

Arms: Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Sable a Chevron between three Bull's Heads cabossed Argent a Canton Ermine (Bulkeley); 2nd and 3rd, Gules a Chevron Ermine between three Saracen's Heads couped at the shoulders proper (Williams); Crests: 1st: Out of a Ducal Coronet Or a Bull's Head Argent horned Or charged with a Chevron Sable (Bulkeley); 2nd: A Stag's Head cabossed Argent (Williams); Motto: Nec Temere Nec Timide (Neither rashly nor timidly)

Williams-Wynn, of Wynnstay, co. Denbigh (created 6 Jul 1688)

Sir William Williams, 1st Bt. MP (died 11 Jul 1700), suc. by his son

Sir William Williams, 2nd Bt. MP (died Oct 1740), suc. by his son

Sir Watkin Williams later Williams-Wynn, 3rd Bt. MP (died 26 Sep 1749), suc. by his son

Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, 4th Bt. MP (died 29 Jul 1789), suc. by his son

Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, 5th Bt. MP (died 6 Jan 1840), suc. by his son

Col Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, 6th Bt. MP (died 9 May 1885), suc. by his nephew

Lt Col Sir (Herbert Lloyd) Watkins Williams-Wynn, 7th Bt. CB TD JP DL MP (died 24 May 1944), suc. by his son

Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, 8th Bt. JP DL (died 9 May 1949), suc. by his uncle

Col Sir Robert William Herbert Watkin Williams-Wynn, 9th Bt. KCB DSO TD JP (died 23 Nov 1951), suc. by his son

Col Sir (Owen) Watkin Williams-Wynn, 10th Bt. CBE JP (died 1988), suc. by his son

Sir (David) Watkin Williams-Wynn, 11th Bt. DL

b. 18 Feb 1940; son and heir: Charles Edward Watkin Williams-Wynn (b. 16 Sep 1970)

Address: Plas-yn-Cefn, St Asaph, Clwyd LL17 0EY

Arms: Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Vert three Eagles displayed in fess Or armed and langued Gules (Owen Gwynedd, King of North Wales); 2nd and 3rd, Argent two Foxes counter-salient in saltire Gules the dexter surmounted of the sinister a Crescent Azure in chief for difference (attributed to Cadrod Hardd, a 9th century figure from whom the Williams-Wynn family have claimed descent); Crest: An Eagle displayed Or armed and langued Gules; Motto: Eryr Eryrod Eryri (The eagle of the eagles of Snowdonia)

Williamson, of East Markham, co. Nottingham (created 3 Jun 1642)

Sir Nicholas Frederick Hedworth Williamson, 11th Bt.

Address: Abbey Croft, Mortimer, Berkshire RG7 3PE

Willoughby, of Wollaton, co. Nottingham (created 1677)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Middleton since 1 Jan 1711/2, when the 2nd Baronet became the 1st Baron Middleton

Wiseman, of Canfield Hall, co. Essex (created 29 Aug 1628)

Sir William Wiseman, 1st Bt. (died 1 Jul 1643), suc. by his son

Sir William Wiseman, 2nd Bt (14 Jan 1684/5), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Wiseman, 3rd Bt. (died 1 May 1733), suc. by his brother

Sir Charles Wiseman, 4th Bt. (died 3 Jun 1751), suc. by his nephew

Sir William Wiseman, 5th Bt. (died 25 May 1774), suc. by his second cousin once removed

Sir Thomas Wiseman, 6th Bt. (died 1810), suc. by his grandson

Capt Sir William Saltonstall Wiseman, 7th Bt. RN (died 1 Jul 1845), suc. by his son

Rear Admiral Sir William Saltonstall Wiseman, 8th Bt. KCB (died 14 Jul 1874), suc. by his son

Capt Sir William Wiseman, 9th Bt. RN (died 11 Jan 1893), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir William George Eden Wiseman, 10th Bt. CB CMG (died 16 Jun 1962), suc. by his son

Sir John William Wiseman, 11th Bt.

b. 16 Mar 1957; fifth cousin and heir presumptive: Thomas Alan Wiseman (b. 8 Jul 1921)

Address: 395 North Road, Sudbury, MA 01776, USA

Arms: Sable a Chevron Ermine between three Coronels Argent; Crest: A Castle triple-towered Or Port open Argent out of the top a Demi-Moor issuant armed proper in his right hand a Dart Argent barbed and flighted Or in his left a Roman Target of the last; Motto: Sapit Qui Deo Sapit (He is wise who is wise through God)

Wodehouse, of Wilberhall, co. Norfolk (created 1611)

Sir Philip Wodehouse, 1st Bt. MP (died 30 Oct 1623), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Wodehouse, 2nd Bt. MP (died 18 Mar 1658), suc. by his son

Sir Philip Wodehouse, 3rd Bt. MP (died 6 May 1681), suc. by his grandson

Sir John Wodehouse, 4th Bt. MP (died 6 Aug 1754), suc. by his son

Col Sir Armine Wodehouse, 5th Bt. MP (died 21 May 1777), suc. by his son

Sir John Wodehouse, 6th Bt. MP later 1st Baron Wodehouse

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Wodehouse (later Earls of Kimberley) since 26 Oct 1797, when the 6th Baronet became the 1st Baron Wodehouse

Wolseley, of Wolseley, co. Stafford (created 24 Nov 1628)

Wrey, of Trebitch, co. Cornwall (created 20 Jun 1628)

Sir William Wrey, 1st Bt. (died Jun 1636), suc. by his son

Sir William Wrey, 2nd Bt. (died Aug 1645), suc. by his son

Col Sir Chichester Wrey, 3rd Bt. MP (buried 17 May 1668), suc. by his son

Col Sir Bourchier Wray, 4th Bt. MP (died 28 Jul 1696), suc. by his son

Sir Bourchier Wray, 5th Bt. MP (buried 12 Nov 1726), suc. by his son

Col Sir Bourchier Wray, 6th Bt. MP (died 13 Apr 1784), suc. by his son

Sir Bourchier Wray, 7th Bt. (died 20 Nov 1826), suc. by his son

Sir Bourchier Palk Wray, 8th Bt. JP DL (died 11 Sep 1879), suc. by his half-brother

Rev Sir Henry Bourchier Wray, 9th Bt. JP (died 23 Dec 1882), suc. by his son

Maj Sir Henry Bourchier Toke Wrey, 10th Bt. JP DL (died 10 Mar 1900), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir Robert Bourchier Sherard Wrey, 11th Bt. JP DL (died 26 Jan 1917), suc. by his brother

Sir Philip Bourchier Sherard Wrey, 12th Bt. CBE (died 8 May 1936), suc. by his brother

Rev Sir Albany Bourchier Sherard Wrey, 13th Bt. JP (died 10 Apr 1948), suc. by his nephew

Sir (Castel Richard) Bourchier Wrey, 14th Bt. (died 1991), suc. by his son

Sir (George Richard) Bourchier Wrey, 15th Bt.

b. 2 Oct 1948; son and heir: Harry David Wrey (b. 3 Oct 1984)

Addresses: 60 The Chase, London SW4 0NH; Hollamoor Farm, Tawstock, Barnstaple, North Devon

Arms: Sable a Fess between three Pole-Axes Argent helved Gules; Motto: Le Bon Temps Viendra (The good times will come)

Wrottesley, of Wrottesley, co. Stafford (created 1642)

Sir Walter Wrottesley, 1st Bt. (died Nov 1659), suc. by his son

Sir Walter Wrottesley, 2nd Bt. (died 1686), suc. by his son

Sir Walter Wrottesley, 3rd Bt. (died 1712), suc. by his son

Sir John Wrottesley, 4th Bt. MP (died Oct 1726), suc. by his son

Sir Hugh Wrottesley, 5th Bt. (died 1729), suc. by his brother

Sir Walter Wrottesley, 6th Bt. (died Feb 1732), suc. by his brother

Very Rev Sir Richard Wrottesley, 7th Bt. Dean of Worcester MP (died 20 Jul 1769), suc. by his son

Maj Gen Sir John Wrottesley, 8th Bt. MP (died 23 Apr 1787), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir John Wrottesley, 9th Bt. MP later 1st Baron Wrottesley

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Wrottesley since 11 Jul 1838, when the 9th Baronet became the 1st Baron Wrottesley

 

Last updated 21 Sep 2017

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