The Hales Baronetcy, is a title in the Baronetage of England. There were three Hales baronetcies. The oldest was created in 1611 for Edward Hales. He was a member of a Kent family. The second was created in 1660 for Robert Hales, MP for Hythe 1659, also of a Kent family. The third was created in 1660 for John Hales of Coventry, co. Warwick.
Read more about Hales Baronets: Hales of Woodchurch and Tunstall, Kent (1 February 1626; Extinct), Hales of Beakesbourne Kent (12 July 1660; Extinct), Hales of Coventry Warwick (28 August 1660; Extinct)
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... The family descends from a younger branch of Hales of Woodchurch (see above) Sir John Hales, 1st Baronet succeeded by his elder son Sir Christopher ... He died unmarried, and was succeeded by his next brother Sir Edward Hales, 3rd Baronet (d ... Sir Christopher Hales, 4th Baronet (d ...