List of Hereditary Barons in The Peerage of The United Kingdom

List Of Hereditary Barons In The Peerage Of The United Kingdom

Peerages and baronetages of the British Isles
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Dukes Dukedoms
Marquesses Marquessates
Earls Earldoms
Viscounts Viscountcies
Barons Baronies
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Baronets Baronetcies

This page, one list of hereditary baronies, lists all baronies, extant, extinct, dormant, abeyant, or forfeit, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom.

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Read more about List Of Hereditary Barons In The Peerage Of The United Kingdom:  George III (1801–1820), George IV (1820–1830), William IV (1830–1837), Victoria (1837–1901), Edward VII (1901–1910), George V (1910–1936), Edward VIII (1936), George VI (1936–1952), Elizabeth II (1952–present)

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