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Friday, 31 December 2004

THE HEREDITARY PEERAGES AND BARONETAGES OF ENGLAND, SCOTLAND, IRELAND, GREAT BRITAIN AND THE UNITED KINGDOM

"Nobility is a graceful ornament to the civil order. It is the Corinthian capital of polished society." - Edmund Burke

"There is a natural aristocracy among men. The grounds of this are virtue and talents." - Thomas Jefferson

THE PEERAGE OF ENGLAND

  1. England 1337 - The Duke of Cornwall
  2. England 1483 - The Duke of Norfolk
  3. England 1547 - The Duke of Somerset
  4. England 1675 - The Duke of Richmond
  5. England 1675 - The Duke of Grafton
  6. England 1682 - The Duke of Beaufort
  7. England 1684 - The Duke of St Albans
  8. England 1694 - The Duke of Bedford
  9. England 1694 - The Duke of Devonshire
  10. England 1702 - The Duke of Marlborough
  11. England 1703 - The Duke of Rutland
  12. England 1551 - The Marquess of Winchester
  13. England 1442 - The Earl of Shrewsbury
  14. England 1485 - The Earl of Derby
  15. England 1529 - The Earl of Huntingdon
  16. England 1551 - The Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery (1605)
  17. England 1553 - The Earl of Devon
  18. England 1572 - The Earl of Lincoln
  19. England 1603 - The Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire (1626)
  20. England 1605 - The Earl of Exeter
  21. England 1605 - The Earl of Salisbury
  22. England 1618 - The Earl of Northampton
  23. England 1622 - The Earl of Denbigh
  24. England 1624 - The Earl of Westmorland
  25. England 1626 - The Earl of Manchester
  26. England 1626 - The Earl of Lindsey and Abingdon (1682)
  27. England 1628 - The Earl of Winchilsea and Nottingham (1681)
  28. England 1660 - The Earl of Sandwich
  29. England 1661 - The Earl of Essex
  30. England 1661 - The Earl of Cardigan
  31. England 1661 - The Earl of Carlisle
  32. England 1663 - The Earl of Doncaster
  33. England 1672 - The Earl of Shaftesbury
  34. England 1689 - The Earl of Portland
  35. England 1690 - The Earl of Scarbrough
  36. England 1697 - The Earl of Albemarle
  37. England 1697 - The Earl of Coventry
  38. England 1697 - The Earl of Jersey
  39. England 1706 - The Earl of Cholmondeley
  40. England 1550 - The Viscount Hereford
  41. England 1682 - The Viscount Townshend
  42. England 1682 - The Viscount Weymouth
  43. England 1264 - The Lord de Ros
  44. England 1264 - The Lord le Despencer
  45. England 1283 - The Lord Mowbray, Segrave (1295) and Stourton (1448)
  46. England 1295 - The Lord Hastings
  47. England 1295 - The Lord FitzWalter
  48. England 1299 - The Lord Clinton
  49. England 1299 - The Lord De La Warr
  50. England 1299 - The Lord de Clifford
  51. England 1299 - The Lord Strange, Hungerford (1426) and de Moleyns (1445)
  52. England 1308 - The Lord Zouche
  53. England 1313 - The Baroness Willoughby de Eresby
  54. England 1318 - The Lord Strabolgi
  55. England 1321 - The Baroness Dacre
  56. England 1324 - The Baroness Grey de Ruthyn
  57. England 1331 - The Baroness Darcy de Knayth
  58. England 1375 - The Lord Cromwell
  59. England 1383 - The Lord Camoys
  60. England 1397 - The Lord Grey of Codnor
  61. England 1421 - The Lord Berkeley
  62. England 1432 - The Lord Latymer
  63. England 1440 - The Lord Dudley
  64. England 1447 - The Lord Saye and Sele
  65. England 1455 - The Baroness Berners
  66. England 1461 - The Lord Herbert
  67. England 1491 - The Lord Willoughby de Broke
  68. England 1523 - The Lord Vaux of Harrowden
  69. England 1529 - The Baroness Braye
  70. England 1529 - The Lord Windsor
  71. England 1529 - The Lord Burgh
  72. England 1544 - The Lord Wharton
  73. England 1554 - The Lord Howard of Effingham
  74. England 1559 - The Lord St John of Bletso
  75. England 1597 - The Baroness Howard de Walden
  76. England 1603 - The Lord Petre
  77. England 1608 - The Lord Clifton
  78. England 1615 - The Lord Dormer
  79. England 1616 - The Lord Teynham
  80. England 1621 - The Lord Brooke
  81. England 1626 - The Lord Craven
  82. England 1628 - The Lord Strange
  83. England 1640 - The Lord Stafford
  84. England 1643 - The Lord Byron
  85. England 1644 - The Lord Ward
  86. England 1663 - The Lord Lucas of Crudwell
  87. England 1665 - The Baroness Arlington
  88. England 1672 - The Lord Clifford of Chudleigh
  89. England 1683 - The Lord Guilford
  90. England 1683 - The Lord Waldegrave
  91. England 1698 - The Lord Barnard
  92. England 1703 - The Lord Guernsey
  93. England 1703 - The Lord Gower
  94. England 1703 - The Lord Conway
  95. England 1703 - The Lord Hervey
THE PEERAGE OF SCOTLAND

  1. Scotland 1398 - The Duke of Rothesay
  2. Scotland 1643 - The Duke of Hamilton
  3. Scotland 1663 - The Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry (1684)
  4. Scotland 1581 - The Duke of Lennox
  5. Scotland 1701 - The Duke of Argyll
  6. Scotland 1703 - The Duke of Atholl
  7. Scotland 1707 - The Duke of Montrose
  8. Scotland 1707 - The Duke of Roxburghe
  9. Scotland 1476 - The Marquess of Ormonde (Royal House of Stuart since 1600)
  10. Scotland 1599 - The Marquess of Huntly
  11. Scotland 1682 - The Marquess of Queensberry
  12. Scotland 1694 - The Marquess of Tweeddale
  13. Scotland 1701 - The Marquess of Lothian
  14. Scotland 1398 - The Earl of Crawford and Balcarres (1651)
  15. Scotland 1445 - The Earl of Ormonde
  16. Scotland 1452 - The Earl of Erroll
  17. Scotland 1404 - The Countess of Mar
  18. Scotland 1430 - The Countess of Sutherland
  19. Scotland 1457 - The Earl of Rothes
  20. Scotland 1458 - The Earl of Morton
  21. Scotland 1469 - The Earl of Buchan
  22. Scotland 1507 - The Earl of Eglinton
  23. Scotland 1509 - The Earl of Cassilis
  24. Scotland 1555 - The Earl of Caithness
  25. Scotland 1565 - The Earl of Mar and Kellie (1619)
  26. Scotland 1562 - The Earl of Moray
  27. Scotland 1605 - The Earl of Home
  28. Scotland 1605 - The Earl of Perth
  29. Scotland 1606 - The Earl of Abercorn
  30. Scotland 1606 - The Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne (1606)
  31. Scotland 1619 - The Earl of Haddington
  32. Scotland 1623 - The Earl of Galloway
  33. Scotland 1624 - The Earl of Lauderdale
  34. Scotland 1633 - The Earl of Lindsay
  35. Scotland 1633 - The Earl of Loudoun
  36. Scotland 1633 - The Earl of Kinnoull
  37. Scotland 1633 - The Earl of Dumfries and Bute (1703)
  38. Scotland 1633 - The Earl of Elgin and Kincardine (1647)
  39. Scotland 1633 - The Earl of Southesk
  40. Scotland 1633 - The Earl of Wemyss and March (1697)
  41. Scotland 1633 - The Earl of Dalhousie
  42. Scotland 1639 - The Earl of Airlie
  43. Scotland 1641 - The Earl of Leven and Melville (1690)
  44. Scotland 1643 - The Countess of Dysart
  45. Scotland 1646 - The Earl of Selkirk
  46. Scotland 1647 - The Earl of Northesk
  47. Scotland 1660 - The Earl of Dundee
  48. Scotland 1660 - The Earl of Newburgh
  49. Scotland 1661 - The Earl of Forfar
  50. Scotland 1662 - The Earl of Annandale and Hartfell
  51. Scotland 1669 - The Earl of Dundonald
  52. Scotland 1677 - The Earl of Kintore
  53. Scotland 1682 - The Earl of Aberdeen
  54. Scotland 1686 - The Earl of Dunmore
  55. Scotland 1696 - The Earl of Orkney
  56. Scotland 1701 - The Earl of Seafield
  57. Scotland 1703 - The Earl of Stair
  58. Scotland 1703 - The Earl of Rosebery
  59. Scotland 1703 - The Earl of Glasgow
  60. Scotland 1703 - The Earl of Hopetoun
  61. Scotland 1620 - The Viscount (of) Falkland
  62. Scotland 1621 - The Viscount (of) Stormont
  63. Scotland 1641 - The Viscount of Arbuthnott
  64. Scotland 1651 - The Viscount of Oxfuird
  65. Scotland 1442 - The Lord Forbes
  66. Scotland 1445 - The Lord Gray
  67. Scotland 1445 - The Lady Saltoun
  68. Scotland 1449 - The Lord Sinclair
  69. Scotland 1452 - The Lord Borthwick
  70. Scotland 1452 - The Lord Cathcart
  71. Scotland 1464 - The Lord Lovat
  72. Scotland 1488 - The Lord Sempill
  73. Scotland 1490 - The Lady Herries
  74. Scotland 1510 - The Lord Elphinstone
  75. Scotland 1564 - The Lord Torphichen
  76. Scotland 1602 - The Lady Kinloss
  77. Scotland 1604 - The Lord Colville of Culross
  78. Scotland 1607 - The Lord Balfour of Burleigh
  79. Scotland 1609 - The Lord Dingwall
  80. Scotland 1627 - The Lord Napier of Merchistoun
  81. Scotland 1627 - The Lord Fairfax of Cameron
  82. Scotland 1628 - The Lord Reay
  83. Scotland 1633 - The Lord Forrester
  84. Scotland 1643 - The Lord Elibank
  85. Scotland 1647 - The Lord Belhaven and Stenton
  86. Scotland 1651 - The Lord Rollo
  87. Scotland 1651 - The Lord Ruthven of Freeland
  88. Scotland 1681 - The Lord Nairne
  89. Scotland 1690 - The Lord Polwarth
THE PEERAGE OF IRELAND

  1. St. Patrick 1766 - The Duke of Leinster
  2. St. Patrick 1868 - The Duke of Abercorn
  3. St. Patrick 1789 - The Marquess of Waterford
  4. St. Patrick 1789 - The Marquess of Downshire
  5. St. Patrick 1791 - The Marquess of Donegall
  6. St. Patrick 1800 - The Marquess of Headfort
  7. St. Patrick 1800 - The Marquess of Sligo
  8. St. Patrick 1801 - The Marquess of Ely
  9. St. Patrick 1816 - The Marquess Conyngham
  10. St. Patrick 1816 - The Marquess of Londonderry
  11. St. Patrick 1446 - The Earl of Waterford
  12. St. Patrick 1620 - The Earl of Cork and Orrery (1660)
  13. St. Patrick 1621 - The Earl of Westmeath
  14. St. Patrick 1622 - The Earl of Desmond
  15. St. Patrick 1627 - The Earl of Meath
  16. St. Patrick 1647 - The Earl of Cavan
  17. St. Patrick 1660 - The Earl of Mountrath
  18. St. Patrick 1661 - The Earl of Drogheda
  19. St. Patrick 1684 - The Earl of Granard
  20. St. Patrick 1689 - The Earl of Bellomont
  21. St. Patrick 1722 - The Earl of Milltown
  22. St. Patrick 1722 - The Earl of Kerry and Shelburne (1753)
  23. St. Patrick 1725 - The Earl of Darnley
  24. St. Patrick 1733 - The Earl of Egmont
  25. St. Patrick 1739 - The Earl of Bessborough
  26. St. Patrick 1748 - The Earl of Carrick
  27. St. Patrick 1756 - The Earl of Shannon
  28. St. Patrick 1760 - The Earl of Mornington
  29. St. Patrick 1762 - The Earl of Arran
  30. St. Patrick 1762 - The Earl of Courtown
  31. St. Patrick 1766 - The Earl of Mexborough
  32. St. Patrick 1766 - The Earl Winterton
  33. St. Patrick 1768 - The Earl of Kingston
  34. St. Patrick 1771 - The Earl of Roden
  35. St. Patrick 1776 - The Earl of Lisburne
  36. St. Patrick 1776 - The Earl of Clanwilliam
  37. St. Patrick 1776 - The Earl of Antrim
  38. St. Patrick 1785 - The Earl of Carhampton
  39. St. Patrick 1785 - The Earl of Longford
  40. St. Patrick 1785 - The Earl of Portarlington
  41. St. Patrick 1785 - The Earl of Mayo
  42. St. Patrick 1789 - The Earl Annesley
  43. St. Patrick 1789 - The Earl of Enniskillen
  44. St. Patrick 1789 - The Earl Erne
  45. St. Patrick 1795 - The Earl of Lucan
  46. St. Patrick 1797 - The Earl Belmore
  47. St. Patrick 1800 - The Earl Castle Stewart
  48. St. Patrick 1800 - The Earl of Donoughmore
  49. St. Patrick 1800 - The Earl of Caledon
  50. St. Patrick 1803 - The Earl of Limerick
  51. St. Patrick 1803 - The Earl of Clancarty
  52. St. Patrick 1806 - The Earl of Gosford
  53. St. Patrick 1806 - The Earl of Rosse
  54. St. Patrick 1806 - The Earl of Normanton
  55. St. Patrick 1822 - The Earl of Kilmorey
  56. St. Patrick 1822 - The Earl of Dunraven and Mount-Earl
  57. St. Patrick 1822 - The Earl of Listowel
  58. St. Patrick 1827 - The Earl of Norbury
  59. St. Patrick 1831 - The Earl of Ranfurly
  60. St. Patrick 1478 - The Viscount Gormanston
  61. St. Patrick 1550 - The Viscount Mountgarret
  62. St. Patrick 1621 - The Viscount Wilmot
  63. St. Patrick 1622 - The Viscount Valentia
  64. St. Patrick 1622 - The Viscount Dillon
  65. St. Patrick 1628 - The Viscount Lumley
  66. St. Patrick 1660 - The Viscount Massereene and Ferrard (1797)
  67. St. Patrick 1661 - The Viscount Cholmondeley
  68. St. Patrick 1665 - The Viscount Charlemont
  69. St. Patrick 1681 - The Viscount Downe
  70. St. Patrick 1716 - The Viscount Molesworth
  71. St. Patrick 1717 - The Viscount Chetwynd
  72. St. Patrick 1717 - The Viscount Midleton
  73. St. Patrick 1717 - The Viscount Boyne
  74. St. Patrick 1719 - The Viscount Grimston
  75. St. Patrick 1720 - The Viscount Gage
  76. St. Patrick 1720 - The Viscount Barrington
  77. St. Patrick 1723 - The Viscount Palmerston
  78. St. Patrick 1727 - The Viscount Galway
  79. St. Patrick 1743 - The Viscount Powerscourt
  80. St. Patrick 1751 - The Viscount Ashbrook
  81. St. Patrick 1766 - The Viscount Langford
  82. St. Patrick 1776 - The Viscount Southwell
  83. St. Patrick 1776 - The Viscount De Vesci
  84. St. Patrick 1781 - The Viscount Lifford
  85. St. Patrick 1781 - The Viscount Bangor
  86. St. Patrick 1785 - The Viscount Doneraile
  87. St. Patrick 1791 - The Viscount Harberton
  88. St. Patrick 1793 - The Viscount Hawarden
  89. St. Patrick 1796 - The Viscount Mountjoy
  90. St. Patrick 1801 - The Viscount Monck
  91. St. Patrick 1816 - The Viscount Gort
  92. St. Patrick 1397 - The Lord Kingsale
  93. St. Patrick 1439 - The Lord Dunsany
  94. St. Patrick 1461 - The Lord Trimlestown
  95. St. Patrick 1541 - The Lord Dunboyne
  96. St. Patrick 1541 - The Lord Louth
  97. St. Patrick 1543 - The Lord Inchiquin
  98. St. Patrick 1620 - The Lord Digby
  99. St. Patrick 1625 - The Lord Baltimore
  100. St. Patrick 1712 - The Lord Conway and Killutagh
  101. St. Patrick 1715 - The Lord Carbery
  102. St. Patrick 1718 - The Lord Aylmer
  103. St. Patrick 1756 - The Lord Farnham
  104. St. Patrick 1758 - The Lord Lisle of Mountnorth
  105. St. Patrick 1762 - The Lord Clive of Plassey
  106. St. Patrick 1776 - The Lord Westcote of Balamere
  107. St. Patrick 1776 - The Lord Macdonald of Slate
  108. St. Patrick 1776 - The Lord Kensington
  109. St. Patrick 1776 - The Lord Newborough
  110. St. Patrick 1776 - The Lord Massy
  111. St. Patrick 1781 - The Lord Muskerry
  112. St. Patrick 1782 - The Lord Hood of Catherington
  113. St. Patrick 1783 - The Lord Sheffield
  114. St. Patrick 1789 - The Lord Kilmaine
  115. St. Patrick 1789 - The Lord Auckland
  116. St. Patrick 1792 - The Lord Waterpark
  117. St. Patrick 1794 - The Lord Bridport of Cricket St Thomas
  118. St. Patrick 1794 - The Lord Graves
  119. St. Patrick 1796 - The Lord Huntingfield
  120. St. Patrick 1796 - The Lord Carrington
  121. St. Patrick 1796 - The Lord Rossmore
  122. St. Patrick 1797 - The Lord Hotham
  123. St. Patrick 1797 - The Lord Crofton
  124. St. Patrick 1798 - The Lord ffrench
  125. St. Patrick 1799 - The Lord Henley
  126. St. Patrick 1800 - The Lord Langford
  127. St. Patrick 1800 - The Lord Henniker
  128. St. Patrick 1800 - The Lord Ventry
  129. St. Patrick 1800 - The Lord Dunalley
  130. St. Patrick 1800 - The Lord Clanmorris
  131. St. Patrick 1800 - The Lord Ashtown
  132. St. Patrick 1806 - The Lord Rendlesham
  133. St. Patrick 1812 - The Lord Castlemaine
  134. St. Patrick 1812 - The Lord Decies
  135. St. Patrick 1818 - The Lord Garvagh
  136. St. Patrick 1831 - The Lord Talbot of Malahide
  137. St. Patrick 1834 - The Lord Carew
  138. St. Patrick 1836 - The Lord Oranmore and Browne
  139. St. Patrick 1848 - The Lord Bellew
  140. St. Patrick 1868 - The Lord Rathdonnell
THE PEERAGE OF GREAT BRITAIN

  1. King's Flag 1711 - The Duke of Brandon
  2. King's Flag 1719 - The Duke of Manchester
  3. King's Flag 1766 - The Duke of Northumberland
  4. King's Flag 1784 - The Marquess of Lansdowne
  5. King's Flag 1787 - The Marquess Townshend
  6. King's Flag 1786 - The Marquess of Stafford
  7. King's Flag 1789 - The Marquess of Salisbury
  8. King's Flag 1789 - The Marquess of Bath
  9. King's Flag 1790 - The Marquess of Abercorn
  10. King's Flag 1793 - The Marquess of Hertford
  11. King's Flag 1796 - The Marquess of Bute
  12. King's Flag 1711 - The Earl Ferrers
  13. King's Flag 1711 - The Earl of Dartmouth
  14. King's Flag 1714 - The Earl of Bristol
  15. King's Flag 1714 - The Earl of Tankerville
  16. King's Flag 1714 - The Earl of Aylesford
  17. King's Flag 1721 - The Earl of Macclesfield
  18. King's Flag 1722 - The Earl of Graham
  19. King's Flag 1729 - The Earl Waldegrave
  20. King's Flag 1742 - The Earl of Harrington
  21. King's Flag 1743 - The Earl of Portsmouth
  22. King's Flag 1746 - The Earl Brooke and of Warwick (1759)
  23. King's Flag 1746 - The Earl of Buckinghamshire
  24. King's Flag 1752 - The Earl of Guilford
  25. King's Flag 1754 - The Earl of Hardwicke
  26. King's Flag 1756 - The Earl of Ilchester
  27. King's Flag 1761 - The Earl De La Warr
  28. King's Flag 1765 - The Earl of Radnor
  29. King's Flag 1765 - The Earl Spencer
  30. King's Flag 1772 - The Earl Bathurst
  31. King's Flag 1772 - The Earl of Hillsborough
  32. King's Flag 1776 - The Earl of Ailesbury
  33. King's Flag 1776 - The Earl of Clarendon
  34. King's Flag 1792 - The Earl of Mansfield and Mansfield
  35. King's Flag 1784 - The Earl of Abergavenny
  36. King's Flag 1784 - The Earl of Uxbridge
  37. King's Flag 1784 - The Earl Talbot
  38. King's Flag 1784 - The Earl Grosvenor
  39. King's Flag 1786 - The Earl Camden
  40. King's Flag 1789 - The Earl of Mount Edgcumbe
  41. King's Flag 1789 - The Earl Fortescue
  42. King's Flag 1793 - The Earl of Carnarvon
  43. King's Flag 1800 - The Earl Cadogan
  44. King's Flag 1800 - The Earl of Malmesbury
  45. King's Flag 1712 - The Viscount Bolingbroke and (1716) St John
  46. King's Flag 1718 - The Viscount Cobham
  47. King's Flag 1720 - The Viscount Falmouth
  48. King's Flag 1721 - The Viscount Torrington
  49. King's Flag 1747 - The Viscount Leinster
  50. King's Flag 1796 - The Viscount Hood
  51. King's Flag 1796 - The Viscount Lowther
  52. King's Flag 1711 - The Lord Middleton
  53. King's Flag 1711 - The Lord Boyle of Marston
  54. King's Flag 1711 - The Lord Hay of Pedwardine
  55. King's Flag 1716 - The Lord Onslow
  56. King's Flag 1716 - The Lord Romney
  57. King's Flag 1716 - The Lord Newburgh
  58. King's Flag 1723 - The Lord Walpole and (1756) Walpole
  59. King's Flag 1725 - The Lord King
  60. King's Flag 1728 - The Lord Monson
  61. King's Flag 1746 - The Lord Bruce of Tottenham
  62. King's Flag 1749 - The Lord Ponsonby of Sysonby
  63. King's Flag 1750 - The Lord Vere of Hanworth
  64. King's Flag 1761 - The Lord Scarsdale
  65. King's Flag 1761 - The Lord Boston
  66. King's Flag 1762 - The Lord Pelham of Stanmer
  67. King's Flag 1762 - The Lord Lovel and Holland
  68. King's Flag 1762 - The Lord Vernon
  69. King's Flag 1763 - The Lord Ducie
  70. King's Flag 1765 - The Lord Digby
  71. King's Flag 1766 - The Lord Sundridge
  72. King's Flag 1776 - The Lord Hawke
  73. King's Flag 1776 - The Lord Brownlow
  74. King's Flag 1776 - The Lord Harrowby
  75. King's Flag 1776 - The Lord Foley
  76. King's Flag 1776 - The Lord Cranley
  77. King's Flag 1780 - The Lord Dynevor
  78. King's Flag 1780 - The Lord Walsingham
  79. King's Flag 1780 - The Lord Bagot
  80. King's Flag 1780 - The Lord Southampton
  81. King's Flag 1782 - The Lord Grantley
  82. King's Flag 1782 - The Lord Rodney
  83. King's Flag 1784 - The Lord Eliot of St Germans
  84. King's Flag 1784 - The Lord Somers
  85. King's Flag 1784 - The Lord Boringdon
  86. King's Flag 1786 - The Lord Tyrone of Haverfordwest
  87. King's Flag 1786 - The Lord Carleton
  88. King's Flag 1786 - The Lord Suffield
  89. King's Flag 1788 - The Lord Kenyon
  90. King's Flag 1788 - The Lord Howe of Langar
  91. King's Flag 1788 - The Lord Braybrooke
  92. King's Flag 1790 - The Lord Fisherwick
  93. King's Flag 1790 - The Lord Verulam
  94. King's Flag 1790 - The Lord Gage of High Meadow
  95. King's Flag 1792 - The Lord Thurlow
  96. King's Flag 1793 - The Lord Auckland
  97. King's Flag 1794 - The Lord Bradford
  98. King's Flag 1794 - The Lord Dundas
  99. King's Flag 1794 - The Lord Mendip
  100. King's Flag 1794 - The Lord Mulgrave
  101. King's Flag 1794 - The Lord Yarborough
  102. King's Flag 1795 - The Lord Loughborough
  103. King's Flag 1796 - The Lord Rous
  104. King's Flag 1796 - The Lord Stuart of Castle Stuart
  105. King's Flag 1796 - The Lord Stewart of Garlies
  106. King's Flag 1796 - The Lord Harewood
  107. King's Flag 1796 - The Lord Cawdor
  108. King's Flag 1797 - The Lord Carrington
  109. King's Flag 1797 - The Lord Bolton
  110. King's Flag 1797 - The Lord Minto
  111. King's Flag 1797 - The Lord Lilford
  112. King's Flag 1797 - The Lord Wodehouse
  113. King's Flag 1799 - The Lord Eldon
THE PEERAGE OF THE UNITED KINGDOM

  1. British Union Jack 1814 - The Duke of Wellington
  2. British Union Jack 1833 - The Duke of Sutherland
  3. British Union Jack 1874 - The Duke of Westminster
  4. British Union Jack 1876 - The Duke of Gordon
  5. British Union Jack 1892 - The Duke of Argyll
  6. British Union Jack 1900 - The Duke of Fife
  7. British Union Jack 1928 - The Duke of Gloucester
  8. British Union Jack 1934 - The Duke of Kent
  9. British Union Jack 1947 - The Duke of Edinburgh
  10. British Union Jack 1986 - The Duke of York
  11. British Union Jack 1801 - The Marquess of Exeter
  12. British Union Jack 1812 - The Marquess of Northampton
  13. British Union Jack 1812 - The Marquess Camden
  14. British Union Jack 1815 - The Marquess of Anglesey
  15. British Union Jack 1815 - The Marquess of Cholmondeley
  16. British Union Jack 1821 - The Marquess of Ailesbury
  17. British Union Jack 1826 - The Marquess of Bristol
  18. British Union Jack 1831 - The Marquess of Ailsa
  19. British Union Jack 1838 - The Marquess of Normanby
  20. British Union Jack 1876 - The Marquess of Abergavenny
  21. British Union Jack 1892 - The Marquess of Zetland
  22. British Union Jack 1902 - The Marquess of Linlithgow
  23. British Union Jack 1916 - The Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair
  24. British Union Jack 1917 - The Marquess of Milford Haven
  25. British Union Jack 1926 - The Marquess of Reading
  26. British Union Jack 1801 - The Earl of Rosslyn
  27. British Union Jack 1801 - The Earl of Craven
  28. British Union Jack 1801 - The Earl of Onslow
  29. British Union Jack 1801 - The Earl of Romney
  30. British Union Jack 1801 - The Earl of Chichester
  31. British Union Jack 1801 - The Earl of Wilton
  32. British Union Jack 1804 - The Earl of Powis
  33. British Union Jack 1805 - The Earl Nelson
  34. British Union Jack 1806 - The Earl Grey
  35. British Union Jack 1807 - The Earl of Lonsdale
  36. British Union Jack 1809 - The Earl of Harrowby
  37. British Union Jack 1812 - The Earl of Harewood
  38. British Union Jack 1813 - The Earl of Minto
  39. British Union Jack 1814 - The Earl Cathcart
  40. British Union Jack 1815 - The Earl of Verulam
  41. British Union Jack 1815 - The Earl of St Germans
  42. British Union Jack 1815 - The Earl of Morley
  43. British Union Jack 1815 - The Earl of Bradford
  44. British Union Jack 1821 - The Earl of Eldon
  45. British Union Jack 1821 - The Earl Howe
  46. British Union Jack 1821 - The Earl of Stradbroke
  47. British Union Jack 1822 - The Earl Temple of Stowe
  48. British Union Jack 1823 - The Earl Vane
  49. British Union Jack 1827 - The Earl Cawdor
  50. British Union Jack 1831 - The Earl of Burlington
  51. British Union Jack 1831 - The Earl of Lichfield
  52. British Union Jack 1833 - The Earl of Durham
  53. British Union Jack 1833 - The Earl Granville
  54. British Union Jack 1837 - The Earl of Effingham
  55. British Union Jack 1837 - The Earl of Ducie
  56. British Union Jack 1837 - The Earl of Yarborough
  57. British Union Jack 1837 - The Earl Innes
  58. British Union Jack 1837 - The Earl of Leicester
  59. British Union Jack 1838 - The Earl of Lovelace
  60. British Union Jack 1841 - The Earl of Gainsborough
  61. British Union Jack 1847 - The Earl of Strafford
  62. British Union Jack 1850 - The Earl of Cottenham
  63. British Union Jack 1857 - The Earl Cowley
  64. British Union Jack 1859 - The Earl of Winton
  65. British Union Jack 1860 - The Earl of Dudley
  66. British Union Jack 1861 - The Earl Russell
  67. British Union Jack 1861 - The Earl of Cromartie
  68. British Union Jack 1866 - The Earl of Kimberley
  69. British Union Jack 1876 - The Earl of Wharncliffe
  70. British Union Jack 1878 - The Earl Cairns
  71. British Union Jack 1880 - The Earl of Lytton
  72. British Union Jack 1882 - The Earl of Selborne
  73. British Union Jack 1885 - The Earl of Iddesleigh
  74. British Union Jack 1892 - The Earl of Cranbrook
  75. British Union Jack 1898 - The Earl of Halsbury
  76. British Union Jack 1901 - The Earl of Cromer
  77. British Union Jack 1905 - The Earl of Plymouth
  78. British Union Jack 1905 - The Earl of Liverpool
  79. British Union Jack 1911 - The Earl of Midlothian
  80. British Union Jack 1914 - The Earl Kitchener of Khartoum
  81. British Union Jack 1915 - The Earl St Aldwyn
  82. British Union Jack 1919 - The Earl Beatty
  83. British Union Jack 1919 - The Earl Haig
  84. British Union Jack 1919 - The Earl of Iveagh
  85. British Union Jack 1922 - The Earl of Balfour
  86. British Union Jack 1925 - The Earl of Oxford and Asquith
  87. British Union Jack 1925 - The Earl Jellicoe
  88. British Union Jack 1929 - The Earl of Inchcape
  89. British Union Jack 1929 - The Earl Peel
  90. British Union Jack 1937 - The Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne
  91. British Union Jack 1937 - he Earl Baldwin of Bewdley
  92. British Union Jack 1944 - The Earl of Halifax
  93. British Union Jack 1945 - The Earl of Gowrie
  94. British Union Jack 1945 - The Earl Lloyd George
  95. British Union Jack 1947 - The Countess Mountbatten of Burma
  96. British Union Jack 1952 - The Earl Alexander of Tunis
  97. British Union Jack 1955 - The Earl of Swinton
  98. British Union Jack 1955 - The Earl Attlee
  99. British Union Jack 1958 - The Earl of Chester
  100. British Union Jack 1961 - The Earl of Snowdon
  101. British Union Jack 1984 - The Earl of Stockton
  102. British Union Jack 1999 - The Earl of Wessex

3 comments:

SUZANNE said...

Good project. I've studied lots of British history, but I still don't always get the peerage. Is there any particular order to this? And what do the dates represent,exactly?

The Monarchist said...

Those are the dates when the particular peerage was created in law. The Prince of Wales is currently also the Duke of Cornwall, which is the oldest extant dukedom in England, created way back in 1337 by King Edward III I believe. Of course there have been many Dukes of Cornwall since then, which is usually passed on to the oldest son when the father dies. Historically, you have to be royalty or have done a pretty extraordinary thing to be awarded such an honour by a grateful nation (such as when Arthur Wellesly defeated Napolean at Waterloo, becoming the Duke of Wellington in the process). To wit, they wanted to make Churchill the Duke of Dover following the Second World War, but he turned it down.

Charles KE said...

I believe that the title offered to Winston Churchill in 1945 was in fact Duke of London, which he declined as he wanted to remain in the House of Commons. When he retired as Prime Minister some 10 years later, it is believed that he was tempted to accept an offer of a dukedom from our present Queen.