Nevinson De Courcy, 36th Baron Kingsale - Barons Kingsale (1397)

Barons Kingsale (1397)

  • William de Courcy, 9th Baron Kingsale (d. c. 1410)
  • Nicholas de Courcy, 10th Baron Kingsale (d. c. 1430)
  • Patrick de Courcy, 11th Baron Kingsale (d. c. 1460)
  • Nicholas de Courcy, 12th Baron Kingsale (d. 1476)
  • James de Courcy, 13th Baron Kingsale (d. c. 1499)
  • Edmond de Courcy, 14th Baron Kingsale (d. c. 1505)
  • David de Courcy, 15th Baron Kingsale (d. c. 1520)
  • John de Courcy, 16th Baron Kingsale (d. 1535)
  • Gerald de Courcy, 17th Baron Kingsale (d. 1599)
  • John de Courcy, 18th Baron Kingsale (d. 1628)
  • Gerald de Courcy, 19th Baron Kingsale (d. 1642)
  • Patrick de Courcy, 20th Baron Kingsale (d. 1663)
  • John de Courcy, 21st Baron Kingsale (d. 1667)
  • Patrick de Courcy, 22nd Baron Kingsale (c. 1660–1669)
  • Almericus de Courcy, 23rd Baron Kingsale (c. 1664–1720)
  • Gerald de Courcy, 24th Baron Kingsale (1700–1759)
  • John de Courcy, 25th Baron Kingsale (c. 1717–1776)
  • John de Courcy, 26th Baron Kingsale (d. 1822)
  • Thomas de Courcy, 27th Baron Kingsale (1774–1832)
  • John Stapleton de Courcy, 28th Baron Kingsale (1805–1847)
  • John Constantine de Courcy, 29th Baron Kingsale (1827–1865)
  • Michael Conrad de Courcy, 30th Baron Kingsale (1828–1874)
  • John Fitzroy de Courcy, 31st Baron Kingsale (1821–1890)
  • Michael William de Courcy, 32nd Baron Kingsale (1822–1895)
  • Michael Constantine de Courcy, 33rd Baron Kingsale (1855–1931)
  • Michael William Robert de Courcy, 34th Baron Kingsale (1882–1969)
  • John de Courcy, 35th Baron Kingsale (1941–2005)
  • Nevinson Mark de Courcy, 36th Baron Kingsale (b. 1958)

The presumptive heir is Joseph Kenneth Charles de Courcy (b. 1955)

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