• (noun): The domain of a baron.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on barony:

Moot Hill - Origins - Baronies
... A Barony was an area of land, not always contiguous, granted by the Crown to a Tenant ... court, the crime had to have been committed within the barony or concerned its people or property ... good neighbourhood and economic and other rules for the benefit of those living within the Barony ...
Barony Of Ida
... A Barony in the south-eastern part of County Kilkenny ... and Iberchon which later merged into the Barony of Ida ...
Marie I De Coucy, Countess Of Soissons - Legal Disputes
... The rich barony was described as "having castles of grandeur, with its 150 towns and villages, its famous forests, fine ponds, many good vassals, much great nobility and inestimable ... Marie was coerced by Louis d'Orléans into selling the barony to him in 1404 ... Her son Robert continued the litigation, but eventually, the barony of Coucy passed to the French Crown ...
Maxton, Roxburghshire - History
... to Sir Walter Scott of Whitslaid, Selkirkshire, in the barony of Maxtoun etc ... the barony of Dolphingstoune and Falla, lands of Morebattle and Cowbog, etc ... all united into the barony of Maxtoun by Charter granted to Sir John Ker of Jedburgh, knight, and John Ker of Longnewton, his son, under the Great Seal of Scotland (of which clearly the Kers have some time ...

More definitions of "barony":

  • (noun): The rank or dignity or position of a baronet or baroness.
    Synonyms: baronetcy
  • (noun): The estate of a baron.