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Current Nova Scotia Baronetcies

 

Acheson, of Glencairny, co. Armagh (created 1628)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Gosford (later Earls of Gosford) since 20 Jul 1776, when the 6th Baronet was created 1st Baron Gosford - see Earl of Gosford

Agnew, of Lochnaw, Wigtownshire (created 28 Jul 1629)

Sir Patrick Agnew of Lochnaw, 1st Bt. MP (died 1661), suc. by his son

Sir Andrew Agnew of Lochnaw, 2nd Bt. MP (died 1671), suc. by his son

Sir Andrew Agnew of Lochnaw, 3rd Bt. MP (buried 9 Jun 1702), suc. by his son

Sir James Agnew of Lochnaw, 4th Bt. (died 9 Mar 1735), suc. by his son

Lt Gen Sir Andrew Agnew of Lochnaw, 5th Bt. (died 21 Aug 1771), suc. by his son

Sir Stair Agnew of Lochnaw, 6th Bt. (died 28 Jun 1809), suc. by his grandson

Sir Andrew Agnew of Lochnaw, 7th Bt. MP (died 28 Apr 1849), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Andrew Agnew of Lochnaw, 8th Bt. DL MP (died 25 Mar 1892), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Andrew Noel Agnew of Lochnaw, 9th Bt. JP MP (died 14 Jul 1928), suc. by his nephew

Sir Fulque Melville Gerald Noel Agnew of Lochnaw, 10th Bt. (died 28 Aug 1975), suc. by his son

Sir Crispin Hamlyn Agnew of Lochnaw, 11th Bt. QC, Chief of the Name and Arms of Agnew

b. 13 May 1944; son and heir: Mark Douglas Noel Agnew, Yr. of Lochnaw (b. 24 Apr 1991)

Address: 6 Palmerston Road, Edinburgh EH9 1TB

Arms: Argent a Chevron between in chief two Cinquefoils Gules and in base a Saltire couped Gules; Crest: An Eagle issuant and reguardant proper; Supporters: An either side an Heraldic Tiger proper collared and chained Or; Motto: Consilio non impetu (By counsel, not by rashness); Standard: Azure a St Andrew's Cross Argent in the hoist and of two Tracts Argent and Gules upon which is depicted the Badge three times along with the Motto Consilio non impetu in Letters Or upon two Transverse Bands Sable; Badge: An Eagle issuant and reguardant proper

Anstruther of that Ilk, of Balcaskie (created 28 Nov 1694), and of Anstruther, Fife (created 6 Jan 1700)

Sir Ian Fife Campbell Anstruther of that Ilk, 8th and 13th Bt. (died 29 Jul 2007), suc. by his son

Sir Sebastian Paten Campbell Anstruther of that Ilk, 9th and 14th Bt., Chief of the Name and Arms of Anstruther

b. 13 Sep 1962; son and heir: Maximilian Sengtawan Pinitwong Anstruther of that Ilk, Yr. (b. 26 Jan 1995)

Address: Estate Office Barlavington, Petworth, West Sussex GU28 0LG

Arms: Argent three Piles issuing from the chief Sable; Crest: Two Arms embowed in Armour the hands gauntletted and grasping a Pole-Axe all proper; Supporters: On either side a Falcon wings expanded proper armed Gules jessed and belled Or; Motto: Periissem ni periissem (I should have perished had I not gone through it); Standard: Azure a St Andrew's Cross Argent in the hoist and of two Tracts Sable and Argent upon which is depicted the Crest issuant from a Coronet Or in the first compartment two Daggers in saltire Argent handled Sable environed of a Crest Coronet Or in the second compartment and a Sprig of Olive slipped and leaved proper in the third compartment along with the slogan "Castle Dreel" in Letters Argent upon two transverse Bands Gules: Pinsel: Argent displaying the Crest upon a Wreath of the liveries Sable and Argent surrounded by a Strap Sable buckled and embellished Or inscribed with the motto "Periissem ni periissem" in Letters Or all within a Circlet Or fimbriated Vert bearing the name and style "Anstruther of that Ilk" in Letters Sable the same ensigned of a Chapeau Gules furred Ermine and in the fly on an Escol Sable surmounting a Sprig of Olive slipped and leaved proper the slogan "Castle Dreel" in Letters Argent; Plant Badge: A Sprig of Olive

 

Baird, of Saughton Hall, Edinburgh (created 28 Feb 1695/6)

Sir Robert Baird of Saughtonhall, 1st Bt. (buried 2 Mar 1697), suc. by his son

Sir James Baird of Saughtonhall, 2nd Bt. (died May 1715), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Baird of Saughtonhall, 3rd Bt. (died 8 Sep 1742), suc. by his son

Sir David Baird of Saughtonhall, 4th Bt. (died 1 Jul 1745), suc. by his brother

Capt Sir William Baird of Saughtonhall, 5th Bt. RN (died 17 Aug 1771), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir James Gardiner Baird of Saughtonhall, 6th Bt. (died 23 Jun 1830), suc. by his grandson

Col Sir James Gardiner Baird of Saughtonhall, 7th Bt. DL (died 6 Jan 1896), suc. by his son

Col Sir William James Gardiner Baird of Saughtonhall, 8th Bt. JP (died 19 Apr 1921), and had issue

Capt Sir James Hozier Gardiner Baird of Saughtonhall, 9th Bt. MC (died 3 Aug 1966), suc. by his nephew

Capt Sir James Richard Gardiner Baird of Saughtonhall, 10th Bt. MC (died 13 Mar 1997), suc. by his son

(James) Andrew Gardiner Baird of Saughtonhall, de jure 11th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

b. 2 May 1946; son and heir: Alexander Baird, Yr. of Saughtonhall (b. 28 May 1986)

Address: not known

Arms: Gules a Sanglier passant Or on a Canton Ermine a Sword paleways proper; Crest: A Boar's Head erased Or: Motto: Vi et virtute (By strength and valour)

Bannerman, of Elsick, Kincardineshire (created 28 Dec 1682)

Sir Alexander Bannerman of Elsick, 1st Bt. (died 11 Apr 1711), suc. by his son

Sir Alexander Bannerman of Elsick, 2nd Bt. (died Feb 1742), suc. by his son

Sir Alexander Bannerman of Elsick, 3rd Bt. (died 1747), suc. by his son

Sir Alexander Bannerman of Elsick, 4th Bt. (died 13 Jun 1770), suc. by his brother

Maj Sir Edward Bannerman of Elsick, 5th Bt. (died 1 Oct 1796), suc. by his second cousin

Sir Alexander Bannerman of Elsick later Burnett later Bannerman of Elsick, 6th Bt. (died 29 Dec 1813), suc. by his son

Sir Alexander Bannerman of Elsick, 7th Bt. (died 31 May 1840), suc. by his brother

Sir Charles Bannerman of Elsick, 8th Bt. (died 18 Jun 1851), suc. by his son

Sir Alexander Bannerman of Elsick, 9th Bt. (died 21 Apr 1877), suc. by his second cousin

Sir George Bannerman of Elsick, 10th Bt. (died 3 Dec 1901), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir Alexander Bannerman of Elsick, 11th Bt. (died 10 Mar 1934), suc. by his second cousin

Lt Col Sir Arthur D'Arcy Gordon Bannerman of Elsick, 12th Bt. KCVO CIE (died 27 Apr 1955), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir Donald Arthur Gordon Bannerman of Elsick, 13th Bt. (died 16 Sep 1989), suc. by his son

Sir (Alexander) Patrick Bannerman of Elsick, 14th Bt. (died 21 Nov 1989), suc. by his brother

Sir David Gordon Bannerman of Elsick, 15th Bt. OBE, Chief of the Name and Arms of Bannerman

b. 18 Aug 1935; heir: None

Address: 3 St George's Road, St Margarets, Twickenham TW1 1QS

Arms: Gules a Banner displayed Argent thereon a Canton Azure charged with a St Andrew's Cross of the second (Badge of Scotland); Crest: A Demi-Man in Armour holding in his right hand a Sword proper; Supporters: On either side an Armed Man proper; Motto: Pro patria (For one's country)

Barclay, of Pierston, Ayrshire (created 22 Oct 1668)

Sir Robert Barclay of Pierston, 1st Bt. (died Sep 1694), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Barclay of Pierston, 2nd Bt. (died 15 Aug 1717), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Barclay of Pierston, 3rd Bt. (died 1728), suc. by his brother

Sir James Barclay of Pierston, 4th Bt. MD (died 12 Jan 1755), suc. by his son

Sir William Blois Barclay of Pierston, 5th Bt. RN (died 7 Jun 1756), suc. by his son

Lieut Sir William Barclay of Pierston, 6th Bt. (died 1769), suc. by his brother

Capt Sir James Mantle Barclay of Pierston, 7th Bt. RN (died 12 Jun 1793), suc. by his brother

Sir Robert Barclay of Pierston, 8th Bt. MP (died 14 Aug 1839), suc. by his grandson

Lieut Sir Robert Barclay of Pierston, 9th Bt. (died 19 May 1859), suc. by his half-uncle

Capt Sir David William Barclay of Pierston, 10th Bt. ADC (died 23 Nov 1888), suc. by his son

Sir Colville Arthur Durell Barclay of Pierston, 11th Bt. CMG (died 18 Feb 1896), suc. by his son

Capt Sir David Edward Durell Barclay of Pierston, 12th Bt. (died 2 Oct 1918), suc. by his brother

Sir Robert Cecil de Belzim Barclay of Pierston, 13th Bt. (died 18 Mar 1930), suc. by his nephew

Sir Colville Herbert Sanford Barclay of Pierston, 14th Bt. (died 1 Sep 2010), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Colraine Barclay of Pierston, 15th Bt. FCA

b. 12 Feb 1950; son and heir: Henry William Saboia Barclay of Pierston, Yr. (b. 16 Jan 1982)

Address: Av Lineu de P Machado 1005, Jardin Botanico, 22470-040 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Arms: Azure a Chevron between three Crosses Patée Or; Crest: A Sword erect proper hilted and pommelled Or; Motto: Crux Christi nostra corona (The cross of Christ is our crown)

Bingham, of Castlebar, Co. Mayo (created 1634)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Lucan (later Earls of Lucan) since 24 Jul 1776, when the 7th Baronet was created 1st Baron Lucan - see Earl of Lucan

Bosville Macdonald, of Sleat, Isle of Skye (created 25 May 1625), Premier Baronet of Nova Scotia

Sir Donald Macdonald of Sleat, 1st Bt. (died Oct 1643), suc. by his son

Sir James Macdonald of Sleat, 2nd Bt. (died 8 Dec 1678), suc. by his son

Sir Donald Macdonald of Sleat, 3rd Bt. (died 5 Feb 1695), suc. by his son

Sir Donald Macdonald of Sleat, 4th Bt. (died 1718), suc. by his son

Sir Donald Macdonald of Sleat, 5th Bt. (died 1720), suc. by his uncle

Sir James Macdonald of Sleat, 6th Bt. (died 1723), suc. by his son

Sir Alexander Macdonald of Sleat, 7th Bt. (died 23 Nov 1746), suc. by his son

Sir James Macdonald of Sleat, 8th Bt. (died 26 Jul 1766), suc. by his brother

Sir Alexander Macdonald of Sleat, 9th Bt. DL later 1st Baron Macdonald (died 12 Sep 1795), suc. by his son

Sir Alexander Wentworth Macdonald of Sleat, 10th Bt. and 2nd Baron Macdonald (died 19 Jun 1824), suc. by his brother

Sir Godfrey Macdonald of Sleat later Bosville later Bosville-Macdonald of Sleat, 11th Bt. and 3rd Baron Macdonald (died 13 Oct 1832), suc. by his son

Alexander William Robert Macdonald later Bosville, de jure 12th Bt. (died 22 Sep 1847), suc. by his son

Godfrey Wentworth Bayard Bosville, de jure 13th Bt. (died 11 Oct 1865), suc. by his son

Sir Alexander Wentworth Macdonald Bosworth later Bosville Macdonald of the Isles, 14th Bt. JP DL (died 26 Mar 1933), suc. by his son

Sir Godfrey Middleton Bosville Macdonald of the Isles, 15th Bt. MBE JP (died 3 Aug 1951), suc. by his son

Capt Sir (Alexander) Somerled Angus Bosville Macdonald of Sleat, 16th Bt. MC JP (died 21 Oct 1958), suc. by his son

Sir Ian Geoffrey Bosville Macdonald of Sleat, 17th Bt. DL, 25th Chief of Macdonald of Sleat

b. 18 Jul 1947; son and heir: Somerled Alexander Macdonald of Sleat, Yr. (b. 30 Jan 1976)

Address: Thorpe Hall, Rudston, East Yorkshire YO25 0JE

Arms: Quarterly: 1st, Argent a Lion rampant Gules armed and langued Azure; 2nd, Or a Hand in Armour fessways proper holding a Cross-Crosslet fitchée Gules; 3rd, Or a Lymphad sails furled and oars in action Sable flagged Gules; 4th, Vert a Salmon naiant in fess proper; Crest: A Dexter Forearm in Armour fessways proper the Hand proper holding a Cross-Crosslet fitchée Gules; Supporters: On either side a Leopard proper collared Or; Motto: Per Mare Per Terras (By sea and land); Standard: The Arms in the hoist, and of two tracts, Argent and Gules, the Crest depicted twice in the first and second compartments with two Sprigs of Common Heather proper in the third compartment along with the motto per mare per terras in letters Gules upon two transverse Bands Argent; Pinsel: Gules bearing the Crest within a Strap Gules buckled and embellished Argent inscribed with the motto per mare per terras in Letters also Argent within a Circlet of the last bearing the title ac uisdein in Letters Gules and in the fly an Escroll Argent bearing in Letters Sable the slogan Carna surmounting a Sprig of Common Heather (calluna vulgaris) proper

Broun, of Colstoun, Haddingtonshire (created 16 Feb 1685/6)

Sir Patrick Broun of Colstoun, 1st Bt. (died 1688), suc. by his son

Sir George Broun of Colstoun, 2nd Bt. (died 1718), suc. by his second cousin

Sir George Broun of Thornidykes, 3rd Bt. (died 15 Aug 1734), suc. by his brother

Sir Alexander Broun of Bassendean, 4th Bt. (died 1750), suc. by his son

Sir Alexander Broun of Bassendean, 5th Bt. (died 1775), suc. by his second cousin twice removed

Rev (Sir) Richard Broun, 6th Bt. (died 13 Dec 1781), suc. by his son

Sir James Broun of Mayfield, 7th Bt. (died 30 Nov 1844), suc. by his son

Sir Richard Broun, 8th Bt. (died 10 Dec 1858), suc. by his brother

Sir William Broun, 9th Bt. (died 10 Jun 1882), suc. by his son

Sir William Broun, 10th Bt. (died 23 Oct 1918), suc. by his son

Sir (James) Lionel Broun of Colstoun, 11th Bt. (died 1962), suc. by his son

Sir Lionel John Law Broun of Colstoun, 12th Bt. (died 10 Aug 1995), suc. by his cousin

Sir William Windsor Broun of Colstoun, 13th Bt., Chief of the Name and Arms of Broun

b. 11 Jul 1917; nephew and heir presumptive: Wayne Hercules Broun (b. 23 Jan 1952)

Address: Tamarisk Gardens, 12/2 Reed Street, Cremorne, NSW 2090, Australia

Arms: Gules a Chevron between three Fleurs-de-lys Or on a Canton Argent a Saltire Azure surmounted of an Inescutcheon Or charged with a Lion rampant Gules within a Double Tressure flory counter-flory of the last; Crest: A Lion rampant Gules holding in the dexter forepaw a Fleurs-de-lys Argent; Supporters: On either side a Lion Or charged on the shoulder with a Torteau thereon a Fleurs-de-lys Or; Motto: Floreat Majestas (Let majesty flourish)

Browne, of The Neale, co. Mayo (created 1636)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Kilmaine since 21 Sep 1789, when the 7th Baronet was created 1st Baron Kilmaine - see Baron Kilmaine

Bruce, of Stenhouse, Stirlingshire (created 29 Sep 1628)

Sir William Bruce of Stenhouse, 1st Bt. (died Feb 1630), suc. by his son

Sir William Bruce of Stenhouse, 2nd Bt. (died .....), suc. by his son

Sir William Bruce of Stenhouse, 3rd Bt. (died Mar 1682), suc. by his son

Sir William Bruce of Stenhouse, 4th Bt. (died Mar 1721), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Bruce of Stenhouse, 5th Bt. (died .....), suc. by his brother

Sir Michael Bruce of Stenhouse, 6th Bt. (died 1 Nov 1795), suc. by his son

Sir William Bruce of Stenhouse, 7th Bt. (died 17 Nov 1827), suc. by his son

Sir Michael Bruce of Stenhouse, 8th Bt. (died 14 Dec 1862), suc. by his nephew

Capt Sir William Cunningham Bruce of Stenhouse, 9th Bt. DL (died 29 May 1906), suc. by his son

Sir William Waller Bruce of Stenhouse, 10th Bt. (died 22 Mar 1912), suc. by his son

S/Ldr Sir Michael William Selby Bruce of Stenhouse, 11th Bt. (died 20 May 1957), suc. by his son

Sir (Francis) Michael Ian Bruce of Stenhouse, 12th Bt.

b. 3 Apr 1926; son and heir: Michael Ian Richard Bruce of Stenhouse, Yr. (b. 10 Dec 1950)

Addresses: 34 Cormorant Circle, Newport Beach, CA 92663, USA; 3424 Via Oporto #204, Newport Beach, CA 92663, USA

Arms: Or a Saltire and Chief Gules in the dexter canton an Escutcheon Argent charged with a Chief Sable; Crest: On a Cap of Maintenance an Arm in Armour from the shoulder couped fesswise holding a Sceptre ensigned on the point with an open Crown as that worn by Robert I of Scotland all proper; Supporters: Dexter: A Knight in Armour the visor open and a Plume of Feathers in his helmet holding a Sceptre in his right hand all proper; Sinister: a Lion rampant Azure armed and langued Gules crowned with the Crown of Robert I and gorged with that of David II chained with an Antique Chain Or; Mottoes: Over the Crest: Fuimus (We have been); Under the shield: Do Well and Doubt Not

 

Campbell, of Aberuchill, Perthshire (created between 23 Jan 1667 and 16 May 1668)

Sir Colin Campbell of Aberuchill, 1st Bt. MP (died 16 Feb 1704), suc. by his son

Sir James Campbell of Aberuchill, 2nd Bt. (died 10 May 1754), suc. by his grandson

Sir James Campbell of Aberuchill, 3rd Bt. (died Mar 1812), suc. by his son

Sir Alexander Campbell of Aberuchill, 4th Bt. (died 13 Dec 1824), suc. by his son

Col Sir James Campbell of Aberuchill, 5th Bt. (died 27 Mar 1903), suc. by his son

Col Sir Alexander Campbell of Aberuchill, 6th Bt. (died 23 May 1914), suc. by his son

Capt Sir John Alexander Coldstream Campbell of Aberuchill, 7th Bt. (died 21 Jan 1960), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Colin Moffat Campbell of Aberuchill, 8th Bt. (died 1 Dec 1997), suc. by his son

Sir James Alexander Moffat Bain Campbell, 9th Bt.

b. 23 Sep 1956; son and heir: Colin George Denman Bain Campbell of Aberuchill, Yr. (b. 1 Oct 1999)

Address: Kilbryde Castle, Dunblane, Perthshire FK15 9NF

Arms: Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Gyronny of eight Or and Sable; 2nd, Argent a Lymphad her oars in action Sable; 3rd, Or a Fess chequy Azure and Argent, all within a Bordure Ermine; Crest: A Demi Lion guardant affrontée Gules crowned with Laurel and holding in his dexter paw a Sword proper hilted and pommelled Or and in the sinister a Dag or Highland Pistol also proper; Supporters: On either side a Bloodhound reguardant proper collared and leashed Or; Motto: Sequitur Victoria Forteis (Victory follows the brave)

Campbell of Auchinbreck (created 12 or 24 Jan 1627/8)

Sir Dugald Campbell of Auchinbreck, 1st Bt. (died 1641), suc. by his son

Sir Duncan Campbell of Auchinbreck, 2nd Bt. MP (died 1645), suc. by his son

Sir Dugald Campbell of Auchinbreck, 3rd Bt. MP (died c. 1662), suc. by his half-nephew

Sir Duncan Campbell of Auchinbreck, 4th Bt. MP (died c. 1700), suc. by his son

Sir James Campbell of Auchinbreck, 5th Bt. MP (died 14 Oct 1756), suc. by his grandson

Capt Sir James Campbell of Auchinbreck, 6th Bt. (died 1 Jan 1814), suc. by his second cousin

Sir Jean Baptiste Guillaume Edouard Charles Campbell of Auchinbreck, 7th Bt. (died c. 1838), suc. by his eighth cousin once removed

Sir John Eyton Campbell of Auchinbreck, 8th Bt. (died 9 Dec 1853), suc. by his son

Sir Louis Henry Dugald Campbell of Auchinbreck, 9th Bt. (died 18 Jun 1875), suc. by his brother

Sir Norman Montgomery Abercrombie Campbell of Auchinbreck, 10th Bt. (died 25 Dec 1901), suc. by his brother

Sir Charles Ralph Campbell of Auchinbreck, 11th Bt. (died 4 Oct 1919), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Ralph Campbell of Auchinbreck, 12th Bt. (died 19 Apr 1948), suc. by his brother

Capt Sir Norman Dugald Ferrier Campbell of Auchinbreck, 13th Bt. (died 20 Jan 1968), suc. by his brother

Sir Louis Hamilton Campbell of Auchinbreck, 14th Bt. (died 1970), suc. by his son

Sir Robin Auchinbreck Campbell of Auchinbreck, 15th Bt.

b. 7 Jun 1922; son and heir: Louis Auchinbreck Campbell of Auchinbreck, Yr. (b. 17 Jan 1953)

Address: 287A Waikawa Road, Picton, New Zealand

Arms: Gyronny of eight Or and Sable a Bordure chequy Ermine and Purpure; Crest: A Dexter Hand proper holding a Spur Or; Motto: Forget Not

Campbell, of Lundie co. Forfar (created 1627)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Earls of Argyll (later Dukes of Argyll) since c. 1696 when the Baronetcy passed to the 10th Earl of Argyll - see Duke of Argyll

Carnegie, of Pitcarrow, co. Kincardine (created 1663)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Earls of Southesk (later Dukes of Fife) since 1855, when the 6th Baronet was restored to the Earldom of Southesk - see Duke of Fife

Clerk, of Penicuik, Edinburgh (created 24 March 1679)

Sir John Clerk of Penicuik, 1st Bt. MP (died 1722), suc. by his son

Sir John Clerk of Penicuik, 2nd Bt. MP (died 4 Oct 1755), suc. by his son

Sir James Clerk of Penicuik, 3rd Bt. (died 6 Feb 1782), suc. by his brother

Sir George Clerk of Penicuik, 4th Bt. (died 29 Jan 1784), suc. by his son

Sir John Clerk of Penicuik, 5th Bt. (died 1798), suc. by his nephew

Sir George Clerk of Penicuik, 6th Bt. FRS MP (died 23 Dec 1867), suc. by his son

Capt Sir James Clerk of Penicuik, 7th Bt. JP DL (died 17 Nov 1870), suc. by his son

Col Sir George Douglas Clerk of Penicuik, 8th Bt. JP DL (died 30 Nov 1911), suc. by his son

Capt Sir George James Robert Clerk of Penicuik, 9th Bt. JP DL (died 21 Nov 1943), suc. by his son

Cdre Sir John Dutton Clerk of Penicuik, 10th Bt. CBE VRD JP RNR (died 25 Oct 2002), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Maxwell Clerk of Penicuik, 11th Bt. OBE DL

b. 3 Apr 1945; son and heir: George Napier Clerk of Penicuik, Yr. (b. 27 May 1975)

Address: Penicuik House, Penicuik, Midlothian EH26 9LA

Arms: Or a Fess chequy Azure and Argent between two Crescents in chief Gules and a Boar's Head couped in base Sable; Crest: A Demi-Huntsman winding a Horn proper; Supporters: Dexter: A Savage wreathed about the middle with Oak in the dexter hand a Bow a Quiver of Arrows over his shoulder and the Skin of a Wild Beast hanging behind his back all proper; Sinister: A Druid Priest with flowing beard proper vested and hooded Argent holding in the sinister hand an Oak Branch acorned Vert; Mottoes: Above the Crest: Free For a Blast; Below the Arms: Amat Victoria Curam (Victory loves care)

Cockburn of that Ilk (created 24 May 1671)

Sir James Cockburn of that Ilk, 1st Bt. (buried 3 Jan 1704), suc. by his son

Sir William Cockburn of that Ilk, 2nd Bt. (buried 10 Jan 1751), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir James Cockburn of that Ilk, 3rd Bt. (died 13 Mar 1780), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir William James Cockburn of that Ilk, 4th Bt. (died 9 Jan 1800), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Brig Gen Sir James Cockburn of that Ilk, 5th Bt. (died 9 Jun 1809), suc. by his son

Lt Gen Sir William Cockburn of that Ilk, 6th Bt. (died 19 Mar 1835), suc. by his son

Sir William Sarsfield Rossiter Cockburn of that Ilk, 7th Bt. (died 12 Apr 1858), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Edward Cludde Cockburn of that Ilk, 8th Bt. JP DL (died 24 Dec 1903), suc. by his son

Maj Sir Robert Cockburn of that Ilk, 9th Bt. JP (died 29 Aug 1938), suc. by his brother

Capt Sir James Stanhope Cockburn of that Ilk, 10th Bt. (died 1 Apr 1947), suc. by his brother

Lt Col Sir John Brydges Cockburn of that Ilk, 11th Bt. DSO (died 2 May 1949), suc. by his son

Sir John Elliot Cockburn of that Ilk, 12th Bt.

b. 7 Dec 1925; son and heir: Charles Christopher Cockburn of that Ilk, Yr. (b. 19 Nov 1950)

Address: 48 Frewin Road, London SW18 3LP

Arms: Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Argent three Cocks Gules (Cockburn); 2nd and 3rd, Gules six Mascles Or three two and one (Weapont); all within a Bordure Vert; Crest: A Cock crowing proper; Mottoes: Above the Crest: Accendit Cantu (He arouses with his songs); Below the Arms: Vigilans Et Audax (Watchful and bold)

Colquhoun later Grant, of Colquhoun, Dumbarton (created 1704 with precedence of 1625)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Strathspey since 17 Jun 1884, when the 13th Baronet was created Baron Strathspey - see Baron Strathspey

Crichton-Stuart, of Bute (created 1627)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Earls of Bute (later Marquesses of Bute) since 14 Apr 1703 when the 3rd Baronet was created Earl of Bute - see Marquess of Bute

Cuninghame, of Corsehill, Ayrshire (created 26 Feb 1671/2)

Sir John Christopher Foggo Cunninghame, 12th Bt.

Address: The Old Rectory, Brightwalton, Newbury, Berkshire RG20 7BL

Cunynghame, of Milncraig, Ayrshire (created 3 Feb 1701/2)

Sir David Cunynghame of Milncraig, 1st Bt. MP (died 28 Jan 1708), suc. by his son

Sir James Cunynghame of Milncraig, 2nd Bt. MP (died 1 Feb 1747), suc. by his brother

Lt Gen Sir David Cunynghame of Milncraig, 3rd Bt. (died 10 Oct 1767), suc. by his son

Sir William Augustus Cunynghame of Milncraig, 4th Bt. MP (died 17 Jan 1828), suc. by his son

Col Sir David Cunynghame of Milncraig, 5th Bt. (died 19 May 1854), suc. by his son

Capt Sir David Thurlow Cunynghame of Milncraig, 6th Bt. (died 12 Nov 1869), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Augustus Cunynghame of Milncraig, 7th Bt. (died 24 Jan 1877), suc. by his uncle

Sir Francis Thurlow Cunynghame of Milncraig, 8th Bt. (died 27 Oct 1877), suc. by his son

Maj Sir Francis George Thurlow Cunynghame of Milncraig, 9th Bt. (died 12 Nov 1900), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir Percy Francis Cunynghame of Milncraig, 10th Bt. OBE JP DL (died 7 Jan 1941), suc. by his son

S/Ldr Sir (Henry) David St Leger Brooke Selwyn Cunynghame of Milncraig, 11th Bt. RAFVR (died 6 Aug 1978), suc. by his son

Sir Andrew David Francis Cunynghame of Milncraig, 12th Bt. FCA

b. 25 Dec 1942; brother and heir presumptive: John Philip Henry Michael Selwyn Cunynghame (b. 9 Sep 1944)

Addresses: 12 Vicarage Gardens, London W8 4AH; The School House, Williamscot, Banbury, Oxfordshire

Arms: Argent a Shakefork Sable between three Fleurs-de-lis Azure one in chief and two in flank; Crest: A Unicorn Argent unguled maned and armed Or resting on a Mount Vert; Supporters: Dexter: A Knight in Complete Armour holding in his exterior hand a Lance in pale proper; Sinister: A Knight in the disguise of a countryman with a Bonnet habited Azure his thighs armed proper and in his exterior hand a Cornfork in pale of the last; Motto: Over Fork Over

Curzon, of Kedleston, co. Derby (created 1636)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Scarsdale (later Viscounts Scarsdale) since 9 Apr 1761, when the 5th Baronet was created Barons Scarsdale - see Viscount Scarsdale

 

Dalrymple, of Stair, Ayr (created 1664) and of Killock, Scotland (created 1698)

The 1664 Baronetcy has been held by the Viscounts of Stair (later Earls of Stair) since 21 Apr 1690, when the 1st Baronet was created Viscount of Stair, and the 1698 Baronetcy has been held by the Earls of Stair since 22 Mar 1840, when the 5th Baronet succeeded as 8th Earl of Stair - see Earl of Stair

Dalyell, of the Binns (created 7 Nov 1685)

Capt Sir Thomas Dalyell of the Binns, 1st Bt. (died 16...), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Dalyell of the Binns, 2nd Bt. (died 4 May 1719), suc. by his nephew

Sir James Menteith of Auldcathie later Dalyell of the Binns, 3rd Bt. (died 28 Feb 1747), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Dalyell of the Binns, 4th Bt. (died 10 Oct 1791), suc. by his son

Sir James Dalyell of the Binns, 5th Bt. (died 1 Feb 1841), suc. by his brother

Sir John Graham Dalyell of the Binns, 6th Bt. (died 7 Jun 1851), suc. by his brother

Capt Sir William Cunningham Dalyell of the Binns, 7th Bt. RN (died 16 Feb 1865), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Alexander Osborne Dalyell of the Binns, 8th Bt. DL (died 21 Jan 1886), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Maj Sir James Bruce Wilkie later Wilkie-Dalyell of the Binns, 9th Bt. JP (died 12 Dec 1935), suc. by his daughter

Eleanor Isabel (Nora) Dalyell of the Binns, de jure 10th Bt. (died 5 Feb 1972), suc. by her son

(Sir) Thomas "Tam" Dalyell of the Binns, 11th Bt. MP (died 26 Jan 2017), suc. by his son

Gordon Wheatley Dalyell of the Binns, de jure 12th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession_

Address: The Binns, Linlithgow EH49 7NA

Arms: Quarterly, 1st and 4th, Sable a Naked Man with his arms extended proper on a Canton Argent a Sword and Pistol disposed in saltire also proper (Dalyell of the Binns); 2nd, Or a Saltire engrailed Sable between two Swans proper naiant in Lochs undy Azure and Argent and in chief point a Mullet Gules for difference (Loch); 3rd, Or a Bend chequy Sable and Argent betwixt three Buckles Azure (Menteith of Auldcathie); over all an intra-escutcheon additament of a Baronet of Nova Scotia; Crest: A Dexter Arm issuant from a Wreath the hand grasping a Scimitar proper hilted and pommelled Or; Supporters: On either side a Lion sejant guardant Gules armed and langued Azure supporting with its inferior forepaw a Pavilion Pole Sable with Rosette and Pennon Spike garnished Or the Pennon Argent with forks of the same and Sable charged with a Sword and Pistol in saltire proper; Mottoes: Above the Crest: I Dare; Below the Arms: Right and Reason

Dick-Lauder, of Fountainhall, Haddingtonshire (created 25 Jan 1690)

Sir John Lauder of Fountainhall, 1st Bt. (died 1692), suc. by his son

Rt Hon Sir John Lauder of Fountainhall, 2nd Bt. MP (died 20 Sep 1722), suc. by his son

Sir John Lauder of Fountainhall, 3rd Bt. (died Feb 1728), suc. by his son

Sir Alexander Lauder of Fountainhall, 4th Bt. (died 17 May 1730), suc. by his brother

Sir Andrew Lauder of Fountainhall, 5th Bt. (died 6 Mar 1769), suc. by his son

Sir Andrew Lauder later Dick-Lauder of Fountainhall, 6th Bt. (died 16 dec 1820), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Dick-Lauder of Fountainhall, 7th Bt. (died 29 May 1848), suc. by his son

Sir John Dick-Lauder of Fountainhall, 8th Bt. (died 23 Mar 1867), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas North Dick-Lauder of Fountainhall, 9th Bt. (died 19 Jun 1919), suc. by his brother

Sir George William Dalrymple Dick-Lauder of Fountainhall, 10th Bt. (died 7 May 1936), suc. by his son

Col Sir John North Dalrymple Dick-Lauder of Fountainhall, 11th Bt. (died 19 Sep 1958), suc. by his son

Maj Sir George Andrew Dick-Lauder of Fountainhall, 12th Bt. (died 11 Aug 1981), suc. by his son

Sir Piers Robert Dick-Lauder of Fountainhall, 13th Bt.

b. 3 Oct 1947; brother and heir-presumptive: Mark Andrew Dick-Lauder (b. 3 May 1951)

Address: 91 Womerah Avenue, Rush Cutters Bay, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Arms: Gules a Griffin salient within a Bordure Argent; Crest: A Tower the portcullis down the Head and Shoulders of a Sentinel appearing above the battlements in a watching posture all proper; Supporters: On either side a Lion rampant Argent; Motto: Ut Migraturus Habita (Dwell as if about to depart)

Don-Wauchope, of Newton Don (created 7 Jun 1667)

Sir Alexander Don of Newton Don, 1st Bt. (died c. 22 Jul 1687), suc. by his son

Sir James Don of Newton Don, 2nd Bt. (died ?), suc. by his son

Sir Alexander Don of Newton Don, 3rd Bt. (died 13 Apr 1749), suc. by his son

Sir Alexander Don of Newton Don, 4th Bt. (died 2 Oct 1776), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Alexander Don of Newton Don, 5th Bt. (died 5 Jun 1815), suc. by his son

Sir Alexander Don of Newton Don, 6th Bt. MP (died 11 Mar 1826), suc. by his son

Sir William Henry Don of Newton Don, 7th Bt. (died 19 Mar 1862), suc. by his fourth cousin once removed

Capt Sir John Wauchope of Edmonstone later Don-Wauchope of Edmonstone and Newton Don, 8th Bt. (died 12 Dec 1893), suc. by his son

Sir John Douglas Don-Wauchope of Edmonstone and Newton Don, 9th Bt. JP (died 28 Apr 1951), suc. by his nephew

Sir Patrick George Don-Wauchope of Edmonstone and Newton Don, 10th Bt. (died 15 Sep 1989), suc. by his son

Sir Roger Hamilton Don-Wauchope of Edmonstone and Newton Don, 11th Bt.

b. 16 Oct 1938; son and heir: Andrew Craig Don-Wauchope of Edmonstone and Newton Don, Yr. (b. 18 May 1966)

Address: Newton, 53 Montrose Drive, Pietermaritzburg 3201, Natal, South Africa

Arms: Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Azure a Crescent between two Mullets and a Garb in base Or (Wauchope of Edmonstone); 2nd, Vert on a Fess Argent three Mascles Sable (Don of Newton Don); 3rd, Or a Cross engrailed Sable accompanied by an Escutcheon Gules in dexter chief and in sinister base a Cinquefoil Azure (Rait of Edmonstone); over all the Badge of a Baronet of Nova Scotia on an Inescutcheon surmounted of an Imperial Crown Or; Crests: 1 (dexter). A Garb Or charged with a Crescent Vert (Wauchope of Edmonstone); 2 (sinister). A Fruit of Pomegranate Vert slit and seeded Or (Don of Newton Don); Mottoes: 1. Industria Ditat (Industry enriches); 2. Non Deerit Alter Aureus (Another golden bough (will) not be wanting)

Douglas, of Kelhead, Scotland (created 1668)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Marquesses of Queensberry since 23 Dec 1810, when the 5th Baronet succeeded as 6th Marquess of Queensberry - see Marquess of Queensberry

Dunbar, of Mochrum, Wigtownshire (created 29 Mar 1694)

Sir James Dunbar of Mochrum, 1st Bt. (died 1718), suc. by his son

Sir George Dunbar of Mochrum, 2nd Bt. (died Oct 1747), suc. by his son

Sir James Dunbar of Mochrum, 3rd Bt. (died 16 Apr 1782), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir George Dunbar of Mochrum, 4th Bt. (died 15 Oct 1799), suc. by his cousin

Sir George Dunbar of Mochrum, 5th Bt. (died 10 Oct 1811), suc. by his son

Capt Sir William Rowe Dunbar of Mochrum, 6th Bt. (died 22 Jun 1841), suc. by his nephew

Sir William Dunbar of Mochrum, 7th Bt. JP DL MP (died 18 Dec 1889), suc. by his son

Sir Uthred James Hay Dunbar of Mochrum, 8th Bt. (died 4 Sep 1904), suc. by his brother

Sir William Cospatrick Dunbar of Mochrum, 9th Bt. CB JP DL (died 6 Feb 1931), suc. by his first cousin

Sir James George Hawker Rowland Dunbar of Mochrum, 10th Bt. (died 23 Jan 1953), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Sir Richard Sutherland Dunbar of Mochrum, 11th Bt. (died 25 Jan 1953), suc. by his first cousin

Sir Adrian Ivor Dunbar of Mochrum, 12th Bt. (died 14 Jun 1977), suc. by his son

Sir Jean Ivor Dunbar of Mochrum, 13th Bt. (died 1993), suc. by his son

Col Sir James Dunbar of Mochrum, 14th Bt. USAF, Chief of the Name and Arms of Dunbar

b. 17 Jan 1950; son and heir: Michael Joseph Dunbar of Mochrum, Yr. (b. 5 Jul 1980)

Address: 211 Gardenville Drive, Yorktown, VA 23692 USA

Arms: Gules a Lion rampant Argent armed and langued Azure within a Bordure of the second charged with eight Roses of the first barbed and seeded Vert in a dexter Canton Argent a Saltire Azure surmounted by an Inescutcheon charged with a Lion rampant within a Double Tressure flory counter-flory Gules; Crest: A Horses's Head Argent bridled and reined Gules; Supporters: On either side a Dove Argent imperially crowned proper; Mottoes: 1 (over Crest). In Promptu (In readiness); 2 (on compartment). Candoris Praemium Honos (Honour is the prize of honesty); Standard: The Arms of Dunbar of Mochrum in the hoist, and of two Tracts Argent and Gules upon which is depicted the Badge in the 1st and 3rd compartments and the Crest in the 2nd and 4th compartments, along with the motto "Candoris Praemium Honos" in Letters Argent upon three transverse Bands Vert; Badge: Upon a Mount Vert a Lion sejant guardant Argent armed and langued Azure grasping with his dexter paw the stem of a Rosebush Vert displaying eight Roses Gules

Dunbar, of Durn, Banffshire (created 29 Jan 1697/8)

Sir William Dunbar of Durn, 1st Bt., suc. by his son

Sir James Dunbar of Durn, 2nd Bt. (d. Nov 1737), suc. by his son

Sir William Dunbar of Durn, 3rd Bt. (died 28 Jan 1786), suc. by his son

Sir James Dunbar of Durn, 4th Bt. (buried 20 Jan 1812), suc. by his third cousin once removed

Sir Robert Dunbar of Durn, 5th Bt. (died 11 Nov 1813), suc. by his son

Rev Sir William Dunbar of Durn, 6th Bt. (died 27 Nov 1881), suc. by his son

Sir Drummond Miles Dunbar of Durn, 7th Bt. (died 4 Jan 1903), suc. by his son

Capt Sir George Alexander Drummond Dunbar of Durn, 8th Bt. (died 25 Jun 1949), suc. by his son

Sir Drummond Cospatrick Ninian Dunbar of Durn, 9th Bt. MC (died 12 Jun 2000), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Drummond Cospatrick Dunbar of Durn, 10th Bt.

b. 17 Jun 1958; son and heir: Alexander William Drummond Dunbar of Durn, Yr. (b. 1 Mar 1995)

Address: 32 Westover Road, London SW18 2RQ

Arms: Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Gules a Lion rampant within a Bordure Argent charged with eight Roses of the first barbed and seeded Vert; 2nd and 3rd, Or three Cushions within a Double Tressure flory counterflory Gules, all within a Bordure nebuly quartered Azure and Gules; Crest: Two Sprigs of Laurel in saltire proper; Motto: Spes Dabit Auxilium (Hope will give help)

Dunbar, of Northfield, Moray (created 10 Apr 1700)

Sir William Dunbar of Hempriggs ,1st Bt. MP (died 1711), suc. by his brother

Sir Robert Dunbar of Northfield, 2nd Bt. (died 1742), suc. by his son

Sir Patrick Dunbar of Northfield, 3rd Bt. MP (died 5 Apr 1763), suc. by his second cousin once removed

Archibald Dunbar of Newton, Thunderton and Duffus, de jure 4th Bt. (died 13 Jan 1769), suc. by his son

Sir Alexander Dunbar of Northfield, 5th Bt. (died 20 Dec 1791), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir Archibald Dunbar of Northfield, 6th Bt. JP DL (died 23 Mar 1847), suc. by his son

Sir Archibald Dunbar of Northfield, 7th Bt. JP DL (died 7 Jan 1898), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Archibald Hamilton Dunbar of Northfield, 8th Bt. JP DL (died 6 Jun 1910), suc. by his half-brother

Ven Sir Charles Gordon-Cumming Dunbar of Northfield, 9th Bt. DD (died 8 Jan 1916), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Maj Sir (Archibald) Edward Dunbar of Northfield, 10th Bt. MC (died 15 Jun 1969), suc. by his son

Sir Archibald Ranulph Dunbar of Northfield, 11th Bt.

b. 8 Aug 1927; son and heir: Edward Horace Dunbar of Northfield, Yr. (b. 18 Mar 1977)

Address: The Old Manse, Duffus, Elgin IV30 2QD

Arms: Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Gules a Lion rampant Argent within a Bordure of the last charged with eight Roses of the field (Dunbar); 2nd and 3rd, Or three cushions within a Double Tressure flory counterflory Gules (Randolph), all within a Bordure quartered Azure and of the first; Crest: A Dexter Hand appaumée reaching at an Astral Crown proper; Motto: Spem Vigilantia Firmat (Vigilance strengthens hope)

Dunbar, of Hempriggs, Caithness-shire (created 10 Dec 1706)

Hon Sir James Sutherland later Dunbar of Hempriggs, 1st Bt. (died 1724), suc. by his son

Sir William Dunbar of Hempriggs, 2nd Bt. (died 12 Jun 1793), suc. by his son

Sir Benjamin Sutherland Dunbar of Hempriggs, 3rd Bt. (died 27 Jan 1843), suc. by his son

Sir George Dunbar of Hempriggs, 4th Bt. (died 28 Aug 1875), suc. by his nephew

Benjamin Duff of Hempriggs, de jure 5th Bt. (died 7 Dec 1897), suc. by his grandson

Sir George Duff-Dunbar later Duff-Sutherland Dunbar of Hempriggs, 6th Bt. (died 8 Apr 1962), suc. by his son

Sir George Cospatrick Duff-Sutherland Dunbar of Hempriggs, 7th Bt. DL (died 4 Feb 1963), suc. by his second cousin

Dame Maureen Daisy Helen Moore later Dunbar of Hempriggs, 8th Bt. (died 15 Feb 1997), suc. by her son

Sir Richard Francis Blake later Dunbar of Hempriggs, 9th Bt.

b. 8 Jan 1845; daughter and heiress presumptive: Emma Katherine Dunbar (b. 1977)

Addresses: PO Box 1423, 732 Crossways Road, Burlingame, CA 94010, USA; Reiss Lodge, Reiss, Wick, Caithness KW1 4RW

Arms: Quarterly: 1st, Gules a Lion rampant within a Bordure Argent charges with eight Roses of the field (Dunbar); 2nd, Gules three Mullets Or, a Crescent of the last for difference (Sutherland); 3rd, Vert on a Fess dancetty Ermine between a Buck's Head cabossed in chief and two Escallops in base Or a Mullet of the first for difference (Duff); 4th, Or three Cushions within a Double Tressure flory counter-flory Or (Randolph), the whole within a Bordure vairy Or and Gules; Crest: A Key and a Sword in saltire proper; Supporters: Dexter: A Lion rampant Argent; Sinister: A Savage Man holding a Baron over his shoulder proper; Motto: Sub Spe (Labouring under hope)

 

Eliott, of Stobs, Roxburghshire (created 3 Dec 1666)

Sir Gilbert Eliott of Stobs, 1st Bt. (died Sep 1677), suc. by his son

Sir William Eliott of Stobs, 2nd Bt. MP (died 19 Feb 1699), suc. by his son

Sir Gilbert Eliott of Stobs, 3rd Bt. (died 27 May 1764), suc. by his son

Sir John Eliott of Stobs, 4th Bt. (died 31 Dec 1767), suc. by his son

Sir Francis Eliott of Stobs, 5th Bt. (died 20 Jun 1791), suc. by his son

Sir William Eliott of Stobs, 6th Bt. (died 14 May 1812), suc. by his son

Sir William Francis Eliott of Stobs, 7th Bt. (died 3 Sep 1864), suc. by his son

Sir William Francis Augustus Eliott of Stobs, 8th Bt. JP DL FRS (died 6 Apr 1910), suc. by his nephew

Sir Arthur Augustus Boswell Eliott of Stobs, 9th Bt. (died 15 Jan 1926), suc. by his son

Sir Gilbert Alexander Boswell Eliott of Stobs, 10th Bt. (died 26 Jul 1958), suc. by his son

Maj Sir Arthur Francis Augustus Eliott of Stobs, 11th Bt. (died 1989), suc. by his second cousin

Sir Charles Joseph Alexander Eliott of Stobs, 12th Bt.

b. 9 Jan 1937; son and heir: Rodney Gilbert Charles Eliott of Stobs, Yr. (b. 1966)

Address: 27 Cohoe Street, Toowoomba, Queensland 4350, Australia

Arms:

Elliot, of Minto, Roxburgh (created 1700)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Minto (later Earls of Minto) since 20 Oct 1797, when the 4th Baronet was created 1st Baron Minto - see Earl of Minto

Elphinstone, of Logie, co. Aberdeen (created 2 Dec 1701)

Sir James Elphinstone of Logie, 1st Bt. (died 10 Mar 1722), suc. by his son

Sir John Elphinstone of Logie, 2nd Bt. (died 14 Mar 1732), suc. by his son

Sir James Elphinstone of Logie, 3rd Bt. (died Apr 1739), suc. by his brother

Sir John Elphinstone of Logie, 4th Bt. (died Jan 1743), suc. by his second cousin once removed

John Elphinstone of Glack, de jure 5th Bt. (died Sep 1758), suc. by his son

Alexander Elphinstone of Glack, de jure 6th Bt. (died 26 Nov 1795), suc. by his son

John Elphinstone of Glack, de jure 7th Bt. (died 16 Apr 1835), suc. by his son

Alexander Elphinstone of Glack, de jure 8th Bt. (died 28 Nov 1888), suc. by his son

John Elphinstone of Glack, de jure 9th Bt. (died 30 Jun 1893), suc. by his son

Maj Sir Alexander Logie Elphinstone of Glack, 10th Bt. (died 16 Dec 1970), suc. by his nephew

Sir John Elphinstone of Glack, 11th Bt. (died 28 May 2015), suc. by his son

Alexander Elphinston of Glack, de jure 12th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

b. 6 Jun 1955; son and heir: Daniel Elphinston of Glack, Yr. (b. 24 Sep 1989)

Address: 43 Lonsdale Road, Harborne, Birmingham B17 9QX

Arms: Argent on a Chevron Sable between three Boar's Heads erased Gules armed and langued Azure an Episcopal Mitre of the first; Crest: A Dexter Hand proper holding a Garb Or; Motto: Non Vi Sed Virtute (Not by force but by valour)

Erskine later St Clair-Erskine, of Alva, Fife (created 1666)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Earls of Rosslyn since 3 Jan 1805, when the 6th Baronet succeeded his uncle as 2nd Earl of Rosslyn - see Earl of Rosslyn

 

Fairlie-Cuninghame, of Robertland, Ayrshire (created 25 Nov 1630)

Sir David Cuningham of Robertland, 1st Bt. (died between 8 Oct 1661 and Nov 1671), suc. by his son

Sir David Cuningham of Robertland, 2nd Bt. (died c. 2 Nov 1671), suc. by his uncle

Sir Alexander Cuningham of Robertland, 3rd Bt. (died c. 1696), suc. by his son

Sir David Cuningham of Robertland, 4th Bt. (died in or after Aug 1705), suc. by his second cousin once removed

Sir William Cuningham of Robertland, 5th Bt. (died 25 Oct 1781), suc. by his son

Sir William Cuningham of Robertland later Cuningham-Fairlie of Robertland, 6th Bt. (died 15 Oct 1811), suc. by his son

Sir William Cuningham-Fairlie of Robertland, 7th Bt. (died 1 Feb 1837), suc. by his brother

Sir John Cuningham-Fairlie of Robertland, 8th Bt. (died 28 Feb 1852), suc. by his brother

Sir Charles Cuningham-Fairlie of Robertland, 9th Bt. (died 1 Jun 1859), suc. by his son

Sir Arthur Percy Cuningham-Fairlie of Robertland, 10th Bt. (died 21 Sep 1881), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Arthur Cuningham-Fairlie of Robertland later Fairlie-Cuninghame of Robertland, 11th Bt. (died 27 Dec 1897), suc. by his brother

Sir Alfred Edward Fairlie-Cuninghame of Robertland, 12th Bt. (died 14 Nov 1910), suc. by his third cousin

Sir William Edward Cuningham of Robertland later Fairlie-Cuninghame of Robertland, 13th Bt. (died 5 May 1929), suc. by his son

Sir Hussey Burgh Fairlie-Cuninghame of Robertland, 14th Bt. (died 7 Feb 1939), suc. by his brother

Sir William Alan Fairlie-Cuninghame of Robertland, 15th Bt. MC (died 1981), suc. by his son

Sir William Henry Fairlie-Cuninghame of Robertland, 16th Bt. (died 1999), suc. by his son

Sir (William) Robert Henry Fairlie-Cuninghame of Robertland, 17th Bt.

b. 19 Jul 1974; first cousin once-removed and heir presumptive: David Hastings Fairlie-Cuninghame (b. Jun 1937)

Address: 29a Orinoco Road, Pymble, NSW 2073, Australia

Arms: Quarterly: 1st and 4th: Argent a Shake-fork between a Bugle in chief and two Castles in base Sable (Cuninghame); 2nd and 3rd, Or a Lion rampant in chief three Stars Gules (Fairlie); Crests: 1. A Unicorn's Head proper armed Or (Cuninghame); 2. A Lion's Head Or (Fairlie); Supporters: On either side a Knight in Complete Armour holding in the exterior hand a Baton Or; Mottoes (both over the Crests): 1. Fortitudine (By fortitude); 2. Paratus Sum (I am prepared); 3. (Under the Arms) Over Fork Over

Fergusson, of Kilkerran, Ayrshire (created 30 Nov 1703)

Sir John Fergusson of Kilkerran, 1st Bt. (died 14 Feb 1729), suc. by his son

Sir James Fergusson of Kilkerran, 2nd Bt. MP (died 20 Jan 1759), suc. by his son

Sir Adam Fergusson of Kilkerran, 3rd Bt. MP (died 25 Sep 1813), suc. by his nephew

Sir James Fergusson of Kilkerran, 4th Bt. (died 14 Apr 1838), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Fergusson of Kilkerran later Dalrymple-Fergusson of Kilkerran and Newhailes, 5th Bt. (died 18 Mar 1849), suc. by his son

Rt Hon Sir James Fergusson of Kilkerran, 6th Bt. GCSI KCMG CIE JP DL MP (died 14 Jan 1907), suc. by his son

Brig-Gen Sir Charles Fergusson of Kilkerran, 7th Bt. GCB GCMG DSO MVO JP (died 20 Feb 1951), suc. by his son

Sir James Fergusson of Kilkerran, 8th Bt. JP (died 25 Oct 1973), suc. by his son

Sir Charles Fergusson of Kilkerran, 9th Bt., Chief of the Name and Arms of Fergusson

b. 10 May 1931; son and heir: Maj Adam Fergusson of Kilkerran, Yr. (b. 29 Dec 1962)

Address: Kilkerran, Maybole, Ayrshire KA19 7SJ

Arms: Azure a Buckle Argent between three Boar's Heads couped Or on a Dexter Canton Argent a Saltire Azure surmounted of an Inescutcheon Or charged with a Lion rampant within a Double Tressure flory counter-flory Gules; Crest: Upon a Chapeau Gules furred Ermine a Bee on a Thistle proper; Supporters: (on a Compartment embellished with Poplar Seedlings) Two Gryphon's Or armed and beaked Gules (granted 1753 in recognition of the 2nd Baronet's legal prowess); Mottoes: 1 (over Crest): Dulcius Ex Asperis (All the sweeter for coming from bitterness); 2 (on Compartment): Ut Prosim Aliis (That I may be of use to others)

Forbes, of Castle Forbes, Longford (created 1628)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Viscounts of Granard (later Earls of Granard) since 22 Nov 1675, when the 2nd Baronet was created 1st Viscount of Granard - see Earl of Granard

Forbes, of Craigievar, Aberdeenshire (created 20 Apr 1630)

Sir William Forbes of Craigievar, 1st Bt. MP (died .....), suc. by his son

Sir John Forbes of Craigievar, 2nd Bt. MP (died 1703), suc. by his son

Sir William Forbes of Craigievar, 3rd Bt. (died c. 1730), suc. by his son

Sir Arthur Forbes of Craigievar, 4th Bt. MP (died 1 Jan 1773), suc. by his son

Sir William Forbes of Craigievar, 5th Bt. (died 15 Feb 1816), suc. by his son

Sir Arthur Forbes of Craigievar, 6th Bt. (died 1823), suc. by his brother

Sir John Forbes of Craigievar, 7th Bt. JP DL (died 16 Feb 1846), suc. by his son

Sir William Forbes of Craigievar later Forbes-Sempill of Craigievar, 8th Bt. VD JP DL later 17th Lord Sempill (died 21 Jul 1905), suc. by his son

Hon Sir John Forbes-Sempill of Craigievar, 9th Bt. and 18th Lord Sempill (died 28 Feb 1934), suc. by his son

Hon Sir William Francis Forbes-Sempill of Craigievar, 10th Bt. and 19th Lord Sempill AFC (died 30 Dec 1965), suc. by his brother

Sir Ewan Forbes of Craigievar, 11th Bt. (died 1991), suc. by his cousin

Sir John Alexander Cumnock Forbes of Craigievar, 12th Bt. JP

b. 29 Aug 1927; there is no heir to the Baronetcy

Address: Benevean, Keudoon Dairy, Kirkcudbrightshire DG7 3UB

Arms: Azure a Cross Patée fitchée Or between three Bear's Heads couped Argent muzzled Gules; Crest: A Cock proper; Supporters: Dexter: A Knight in Armour of the 15th century armed at all points leaving the beaver of his helmet up and leaning on a Shield Or charged with a Lion rampant Gules armed and langued Azure within a Double Tressure flory counterflory of the second; Sinister: A Bear Argent muzzled Gules; Motto: Watch

 

Gibson-Craig-Carmichael, of Keirhill, co. Edinburgh (created 31 Dec 1702) - see also Current United Kingdom Baronetcies

Sir Thomas Gibson of Keirhill, 1st Bt. (died 1713), suc. by his son

Sir Edward Gibson of Keirhill, 2nd Bt. (buried 2 Jun 1727), suc. by his first cousin once removed

Sir Alexander Gibson of Pentland, 3rd Bt. (died 15 Apr 1774), suc. by his nephew

Sir John Gibson of Pentland, 4th Bt. (died 29 Mar 1781), suc. by his brother

Sir Robert Gibson of Pentland, 5th Bt. (died between 1796 and 1803), suc. by his second cousin once removed

Sir John Gibson later Gibson-Carmichael of Skirling, 6th Bt. (died 5 Nov 1803), suc. by his brother

Capt Sir Thomas Gibson-Carmichael of Skirling, 7th Bt. (died 13 Dec 1849), suc. by his son

Sir Alexander Gibson Gibson-Carmichael of Skirling, 8th Bt. (died 8 May 1850), suc. by his half-brother

Cdr Sir Thomas Gibson-Carmichael of Skirling, 9th Bt. RN (died 30 Dec 1855), suc. by his brother

Rev Sir William Henry Gibson-Carmichael of Skirling, 10th Bt. (died 19 Dec 1891), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas David Gibson-Carmichael of Skirling, 11th Bt. GCSI GCIE KCMG JP DL later 1st Baron Carmichael of Skirling (died 16 Jan 1926), suc. by his third cousin once-removed

Capt Sir Henry Thomas Gibson-Craig of Riccarton, 5th Bt. later Gibson-Craig-Carmichael of Riccarton, 12th and 5th Bt. (died 5 Sep 1926), suc. by his cousin

Sir Eardley Charles William Gibson-Craig later Gibson-Craig-Carmichael of Riccarton, 13th and 6th Bt. (died 24 Feb 1939), suc. by his son

Capt Sir Archibald Henry William Gibson-Craig-Carmichael, 14th and 7th Bt. (died 1969), suc. by his son

Sir David Peter William Gibson-Craig-Carmichael of Riccarton, 15th and 8th Bt.

b. 21 Jul 1946; son and heir: Peter William Gibson-Craig-Carmichael of Riccarton, Yr. (b. 29 Dec 1975)

Address: not known

Arms: Quarterly: 1st and 4th, Ermine on a Fess Sable three Crescents Argent (Craig of Riccarton); 2nd and 3rd, Gules three Keys fesswise in pale wards downwards Or (Gibson of Keirhill); Crest: A Knight on horseback in Full Armour his right hand grasping a shattered Tilting Spear all proper; Supporters: Dexter: A Knight in Full Armour holding in his dexter hand a Spear proper; Sinister: A War Horse Argent saddled and bridled proper; Motto: Vive Deo et Vives (Live by God and you shall truly live)

Gordon, of Earlston and Afton, Kirkcudbrightshire (created 9 Jul 1706)

Lt Col Sir William Gordon of Afton, 1st Bt. (died Dec 1718), suc. by his brother

Sir Alexander Gordon of Earlston and Afton, 2nd Bt. (died 10 Nov 1726), suc. by his son

Sir Thomas Gordon of Earlston and Afton, 3rd Bt. (died 23 Mar 1769), suc. by his son

Sir John Gordon of Earlston and Afton, 4th Bt. (died 17 Oct 1795), suc. by his nephew

Sir John Gordon of Earlston and Afton, 5th Bt. (died 8 Jan 1843), suc. by his son

Lt Col Sir William Gordon of Earlston and Afton, 6th Bt. (died 12 May 1906), suc. by his first cousin once-removed

Sir Charles Edward Gordon of Earlston and Afton, 7th Bt. (died 2 Jul 1911), suc. by his son

Sir Robert Charles Gordon of Earlston and Afton, 8th Bt. (died 30 Aug 1939), suc. by his son

Sir John Charles Gordon of Earlston and Afton, 9th Bt. JP (died 1982), suc. by his son

Sir Robert James Gordon of Earlston and Afton, 10th Bt.

b. 17 Aug 1932; there is no heir to the baronetcy

Address: Earlstoun, Guyra, NSW 2365, Australia

Arms: Azure a Bezant between three Boar's Heads erased Or in dexter chief a Canton of a Baronet of Nova Scotia; Crest: A Dexter Hand grasping a Sabre proper; Motto: Dominus Providebit (The Lord will provide)

Gordon, of Haddo (created 1642)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Earls of Aberdeen (later Marquesses of Aberdeen and Temair) since 30 Nov 1682, when the 3rd Baronet was created Earl of Aberdeen - see Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair

Grant, of Dalvey, co. Elgin (created 10 Aug 1688)

Sir James Grant of Dalvey, 1st Bt. (died 1695), suc. by his brother

Sir Ludovic Grant of Dalvey, de jure 2nd Bt. (died 4 Jan 1701), suc. by his second cousin

Sir Sweton Grant of Gartenbeg and Dalvey, de jure 3rd Bt. (died c. 1752), suc. by his second cousin three times removed

Sir Patrick Grant of Dalvey, 4th Bt. (died 10 Apr 1755), suc. by his son

Sir Alexander Grant of Dalvey, 5th Bt. MP (died 1 Aug 1772), suc. by his brother

Sir Ludovic Grant of Dalvey, 6th Bt. (died 17 Sep 1790), suc. by his son

Sir Alexander Grant of Dalvey, 7th Bt. (died 26 Jul 1825), suc. by his son

Sir Alexander Cray Grant of Dalvey, 8th Bt. MP (died 29 Nov 1854), suc. by his brother

Sir Robert Innes Grant of Dalvey, 9th Bt. (died 1 Aug 1856), suc. by his son

Sir Alexander Grant of Dalvey, 10th Bt. DL (died 30 Nov 1884), suc. by his son

Sir Ludovic James Grant of Dalvey, 11th Bt.. (died 11 Feb 1936), suc. by his brother

Sir (Alfred) Hamilton Grant of Dalvey, 12th Bt. KCSI KCIE (died 23 Jan 1937), suc. by his grandson

Sir Duncan Alexander Grant of Dalvey, 13th Bt. (died 25 Mar 1961), suc. by his son

Sir Patrick Alexander Benedict Grant of Dalvey, 14th Bt.

b. 5 Feb 1953; son and heir: Duncan Archibald Ludovic Grant of Dalvey Yr (b. 19 Apr 1982)

Address: Tomintoul House, Flichity, Farr, Inverness-shire IV1 2XD

Arms: Gules three Antique Crowns Or within a Bordure engrailed of the last; Crest: The Trunk of an Oak-Tree sprouting out some Leaves with the Sun shining thereon all proper; Supporters: Dexter: A Highlander; Sinister: A Negro proper; Motto: Te Favente Virebo (With you favouring me, I will flourish)

Grant, of Cullen, co. Buchan (created 7 Dec 1705)

Sir Archibald Grant of Monymusk and Cullen, 13th Bt.

Address: House of Monymusk, Monymusk, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire AB51 7HL

Grant-Suttie, of Balgone, Haddingtonshire (created 5 May 1702)

Sir James Edward Grant-Suttie of Balgone, 9th Bt.

Address: Sheriff Hall Farm, North Berwick, East Lothian EH39 5PB

 

Hall, of Dunglass, Haddingtonshire (created 8 Oct 1687)

Sir John Douglas Hoste Hall of Dunglass, 15th Bt

Address: Brook Mill, Buckfastleigh, South Devon TQ11 0HL

Hamilton, of Silvertonhill, Lanarkshire (created 1646)

Sir Andrew Caradoc Hamilton of Silvertonhill, 10th Bt.

Address: not known

Hamilton, of Dunalong, co. Tyrone, and Nenagh, co. Tipperary (created 1660)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Earls of Abercorn (later Marquesses and Dukes of Abercorn) since Jun 1701, when the 2nd Baronet succeeded as 6th Earl of Abercorn - see Duke of Abercorn

Hamilton-Dalrymple, of North Berwick, Haddingtonshire (created 29 Apr 1697)

Sir Hew Fleetwood Hamilton-Dalrymple, 10th Bt. GCVO

Address: Leuchie, North Berwick, East Lothian EH39 5NT

Hay, of Park, Wigtownshire (created 25 Aug 1663)

Sir John Erroll Audley Hay of Park, 11th Bt.

Address: not known

Hay, of Alderston (created 22 Feb 1702/3)

Ronald Frederick Hamilton Hay of Alderston, de jure 12th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

Address: Aspendale, Victoria 3195, Australia

Heron-Maxwell, of Springkell, Dumfriesshire (created 7 Feb 1682/3)

Nigel Mellor Heron-Maxwell of Springkell, de jure 10th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

Address: 50 Watlington Road, Old Harlow, Essex CM17 0DY

Home, of Blackadder, co. Berwick (created 25 Jan 1670/1)

Sir William Dundas Home of Blackadder, 14th Bt.

Address: 53 York Road, Queen's Park, New South Wales 2022, Australia

Hope, of Craighall, co. Fife (created 19 Feb 1628)

Sir John Carl Alexander Hope of Craighall, 18th Bt. (died 30 Oct 2007)

Sir Alexander Archibald Douglas Hope of Craighall, 19th Bt., Chief of the Name and Arms of Hope

Address: 9 Westleigh Avenue, London SW15 6RF

Hope-Dunbar, of Baldoon, co. Wigtown (created 13 Oct 1664)

Sir David Hope-Dunbar of St Mary's Isle, 8th Bt.

Address: Banks Farm, Kirkcudbright DG6 4XF

 

Inglis, of Glencorse, Midlothian formerly Mackenzie, of Gairloch, Ross-shire (created 22 Feb 1702/3)

Sir Roderick John Inglis of Glencorse, 10th Bt.

Address: 18 Cordwalles Road, Pietermaritzburg 3201, Natal, South Africa

Innes, of Balvenie, Banffshire (created 15 Jan 1628)

Sir Peter Alexander Berowald Innes of Balvenie, 17th Bt.

Address: The Wheel House, Nations Hill, Kings Worthy, Hampshire SO23 7QY

Innes, of Coxton, co. Moray (created 20 Mar 1685/6)

Sir David Charles Kenneth Gordon Innes of Coxton, 12th Bt. (died 21 Aug 2010)

Sir Alistair Charles Deverell Innes of Coxton, 13th Bt.

Address: Flat 7, Argyle Mansions, 37 The Avenue, Surbiton, Surrey KT5 8JN

Innes, of Innes, Elgin (created 1625)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Dukes of Roxburghe since 11 May 1812, when the 6th Baronet was recognised by the House of Lords as 5th Duke of Roxburghe - see Duke of Roxburgh

 

Jardine, of Applegirth, Dumfriesshire (created 25 May 1672)

Sir Alexander Maule Jardine of Applegirth, 12th Bt. (died 6 Apr 2008), suc. by his son

Sir William Murray Jardine of Applegirth, 13th Bt., Chief of the Name and Arms of Jardine

Address: Ash House, Thwaites, Cumbria LA18 5HY

Johnston, of Caskieben, Aberdeenshire (created 31 Mar 1626)

Sir Thomas Alexander Johnstone of Caskieben, 14th Bt.

Address: not known

Johnstone, of Westerhall, Dumfriesshire (created 25 Apr 1700)

Sir George Richard Douglas Johnstone of Westerhall, 11th Bt.

Address: The Moat House, Mawby's Lane, Appleby Magna, Leicestershire DE12 7AA

 

Kinloch, of Gilmerton, East Lothian (created 16 Sep 1686)

Sir David Kinloch of Gilmerton, 13th Bt.

Address: Gilmerton House, North Berwick, East Lothian EH39 5LQ

Kirkpatrick, of Closeburn, Dumfriesshire (created 26 Mar 1685)

Sir Ivone Elliott Kirkpatrick of Closeburn, 11th Bt.

Address: 82 Stanenborough Street, Adelaide, South Australia 5066, Australia

 

Mackay, of Strathnaver (created 1627)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Lords Reay since 20 Jun 1628, when the 1st Baronet was created Lord Reay - see Lord Reay

Mackenzie, of Coul, Ross-shire (created 16 Oct 1673)

Peter Douglas Mackenzie, de jure 13th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

Address: not known

Mackenzie, of Scatwell, Ross-shire (created 22 Feb 1702/3)

Roderick McQuhae Mackenzie, de jure 12th Bt. MRCP FRCP (Canada) DCH (awaiting proof of succession)

Address: 2431 Udell Road NW, Calgary Alberta T2N 4H9, Canada

Maclean, of Duart and Morvern, Argyllshire (created 3 Sep 1631)

Hon Sir Lachlan Hector Charles Maclean of Duart and Morvern, 12th Bt, CVO DL

Address: Arngask House, Glenfarg, Perthshire PH2 9QA

Maitland, of Ravelrig (created 1680)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Earls of Lauderdale since 1695, when the 1st Baronet inherited the Earldom of Lauderdale - see Earl of Lauderdale

Makgill, of Makgill (created 1627)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Viscounts of Oxfuird since 19 Apr 1651, when the 1st Baronet was created Viscount of Oxfuird - see Viscount of Oxfuird

Malcolm, of Balbedie and Innertiel, co. Fife (created 25 Jul 1665)

Col Sir James William Thomas Alexander Malcolm, 12th Bt. DL (died 4 Sep 2002), suc. by his son

Maj Alexander James Elton Malcolm, de jure 13th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

Address: Grove House, Wrecclesham Hill, Wrecclesham, Farnham, Surrey GU10 4JN

Maxwell, of Calderwood, Lanark (created 1627)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Farnham since 4 Dec 1885, when the Baronetcy passed to the 9th Baron Farnham - see Baron Farnham

Maxwell, of Monreith, Wigtownshire (created 8 Jan 1680/1)

Sir Michael Eustace George Maxwell, 9th Bt.

Address: Laundry House, Farming Woods, Brigstock, Northamptonshire NN14 3JA

Milborne-Swinnerton-Pilkington, of Stanley, Yorkshire (created 29 Jun 1635)

Sir Thomas Henry Milborne-Swinnerton-Pilkington, 14th Bt.

Address: King's Walden Bury, Hitchin, Hertfordshire SG4 8JU

Moncreiff, of Moncreiff, Perth (created 1626)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Moncrieff since 9 Jan 1874, when the 11th Baronet was created Baron Moncreiff - see Baron Moncreiff

Moncreiffe of that Ilk, of Moncreiffe, Perthshire (created 1685)

The Baronetcy has been held by the 24th Earl of Erroll since the death of his father in 1985 - see Earl of Erroll

Munro, of Foulis-Obsdale, Ross-shire (created 7 Jun 1634)

Kenneth Arnold William Munro, de jure 16th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

Address: 3 Courtrai Road, London SE23 1PL

Murray, of Blackbarony, Peeblesshire (created 15 May 1628)

Sir Nigel Andrew Digby Murray, 15th Bt.

Address: Establecimiento Tinamu, CC 67, 2624 Arias, Prov de Cordoba, Argentina

Murray, of Elibank, Selkirk (created 1628)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Lord Elibank since 18 Mar 1643, when the 1st Baronet was created Lord Elibank - see Lord Elibank

Murray, of Dunerne, Fifeshire (created 20 Apr 1630)

Rowland William Murray of Dunerne, de jure 15th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

Address: 1187 Brookhaven Park Place, Atlanta, Georgia 30319, USA

Murray, of Ochtertyre, Perthshire (created 3 or 7 Jun 1673)

Sir Patrick Ian Keith-Murray of Ochtertyre, 12th Bt.

Address: 12 Burgos Grove, London SE10 8LL

 

Napier, of Merchistoun (created 2 Mar/May 1627)

Sir John Archibald Lennox Napier of Merchistoun, 14th Bt.

Address: Merchistoun, PO Box 65177, Benmore 2010, South Africa

Nicolson, of Lasswade (created 1629) and of Carnock (created 1637)

The Baronetcies have been held by the Barons Carnock since 27 Jun 1916, when the 11th Baronet of the 1637 creation was created Baron Carnock - see Baron Carnock

 

Ogilvy, of Inverquharity, Forfarshire (created 29 Sep 1626)

Sir Francis Gilbert Arthur Ogilvy, 14th Bt.

Address: Winton House, Pencaitland, East Lothian EH34 5AT

 

Primrose, of Carrington, Selkirk (created 1651)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Earls of Rosebery since 8 May 1741, when the 2nd Earl of Rosebery inherited the Baronetcy - see Earl of Rosebery

Pringle, of Stichill, Roxburghshire (created 5 Jan 1682/3)

Lt Gen Sir Steuart Robert Pringle of Stichell, 10th Bt. KCB (died 18 Apr 2013), suc. by his son

Simon Robert Pringle of Stichell, de jure 11th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

Address: 76 South Croxted Road, Dulwich, London SE21 8BD

 

Riddell, of Riddell, Roxburghshire (created 14 May 1628)

Sir John Charles Buchanan Riddell of that Ilk, 13th Bt. KCVO DL (died 24 Jul 2010)

Walter John Buchanan Riddell of that Ilk, de jure 14th Bt., Chief of the Name and Arms of Riddell (awaiting proof of succession)

Addresses: Hepple, Morpeth, Northumberland NE65 7LN; 49 Campden Hill Square, London W8 7JR

 

Scott, of Thirlestane, Selkirk (created 1666)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Lords Napier of Merchistoun since Oct 1725, when the 6th Lord Napier of Merchistoun inherited the Baronetcy from his father - see Lord Napier of Merchistoun

Seton, of Abercorn, Linlithgowshire (created 3 Jun 1663)

Sir Iain Bruce Seton of Abercorn, 13th Bt.

Address: Bellavista, PO Box 253, Bridgetown, WA 6255, Australia

Seton, of Pitmedden, Aberdeenshire (created 15 Jan 1683/4)

Charles Wallace Seton of Pitmedden, de jure 13th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

Address: 7008 Santa Rosa Parkway, Fort Pierce, Florida 34951, USA

Shaw-Stewart, of Greenock and Blackhall, Renfrewshire (created 27 Mar 1667)

Maj Sir Houston Mark Shaw-Stewart of Greenock and Blackhall, 11th Bt. MC TD DL

Address: Ardgowan, Inverkip, Renfrewshire PA16 0DW

Sinclair, of Canisbay, co. Caithness (created 1631)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Earls of Caithness since 4 May 1793, when the 7th Baronet inherited the Earldom of Caithness - see Earl of Caithness

Sinclair, of Dunbeath, Caithness-shire (created 12 Oct 1704)

Sir Patrick Robert Richard Sinclair of Dunbeath, 10th Bt. (died 5 Mar 2011)

Sir William Robert Francis Sinclair of Dunbeath, 11th Bt.

Address: 5 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London WC2A 3RJ

Sinclair-Lockhart, of Murkle, co. Caithness, and Stevenson, co. Haddington (created 18 Jun 1636)

Sir Simon John Edward Francis Sinclair-Lockhart of Castle Hill, 15th Bt.

Address: 62 Muritai Crescent, Havelock North, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand

Stewart, of Corsewall (created 1627). and of Burray, Orkney (created 1687)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Earls of Galloway since 1649, when the 1st Baronet inherited the Earldom of Galloway - see Earl of Galloway

Stewart, of Ochiltree (created 1628)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Barons Castle Stewart (later Earls Castle Stewart) since Jan 1628/9, when the 2nd Baronet inherited the Barony of Castle Stewart - see Earl Castle Stewart

Stewart-Richardson, of Pencaitland, Haddingtonshire (created 13 Nov 1630)

Sir Simon Alaisdair Ian Neile Stewart-Richardson of Pitfour, 17th Bt.

Address: Lynedale, Longcross, Surrey KT16 0DP

Stirling-Hamilton, of Preston, Haddingtonshire (created 5 Nov 1673)

Sir Malcolm Bruce Stirling-Hamilton of Preston, 14th Bt.

Address: Narborough Hall, King's Lynn, Norfolk PE32 1TE

Stuart-Forbes, of Pitsligo and Monymusk, Aberdeenshire (created 30 Mar 1626)

William Daniel Stuart-Forbes of Pitsligo, de jure 13th Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

Address: 9 Churchill Street, Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand

 

Turing, of Foveran, Aberdeenshire (created c. 1638)

Sir John Dermot Turing of Foveran, 12th Bt.

Address: 68 Marshalswick Lane, St Albans, Hertfordshire AL1 4XF

 

Wardlaw, of Pitreavie, Fifeshire (created 5 Mar 1630/1)

Henry John Wardlaw of Pitreavie, de jure 21st Bt. (awaiting proof of succession)

Address: Mandalay, 75-77 Two Bays Road, Mount Eliza, Victoria 3930, Australia

Wemyss, of Wemyss, Fife (created 1625)

The Baronetcy has been held by the Lords Wemyss (later Earls of Wemyss) since 1 Apr 1628, when the 1st Baronet was created Lord Wemyss - see Earl of Wemyss

 

Last updated 10 Jun 2012

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