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Peerage Creations: Chronological Lists of Creations in the Peerages of England and Great Britain 1649-1800 and of Ireland 1603-1898

Peerage Creations: Chronological Lists of Creations in the Peerages of England and Great Britain 1649-1800 and of Ireland 1603-1898

J. C. Sainty (Compiled by)

ISBN: 978-1-405-18043-6

Jun 2008

160 pages

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Description

This volume contains chronological lists of creation in the peerages of England and Great Britain 1649-1800 and of Ireland 1603-1898 providing details of the grantees and the peerages conferred, indicating any special features and including full details of the sources used.




  • Each entry specifies the date of creation, the names of the grantee and both the principal and any subordinate titles conferred
  • Includes the sources from which the information is derived, together with an indication of where the texts of the patents of creation are to be found
  • Details are also provided where a peerage was granted with a special limitation in remainder
  • Based on a systematic examination of the documents of creation which has led to the correction of numerous errors - this is of particular value in the case of Ireland where the public records were destroyed in 1922
Editorial.

CREATIONS IN THE PEERAGES OF ENGLAND AND GREAT BRITAIN 1649–1800.

Abbreviations.

References.

Introduction.

Creations 1649-.

Charles II.

James II.

William III and Mary II.

William III.

Anne.

George I.

George II.

George III.

Creations by Protector Oliver.

CREATIONS IN THE PEERAGE OF IRELAND 1603–1898.

Abbreviations.

References.

Introduction.

Creations 1603–1898.

James I.

Charles I.

Charles II.

James II.

William III and Mary II.

Anne.

George I.

George II.

George III.

George IV.

William IV.

Victoria.

Index of Titles


  • Contains chronological lists of creation in the peerages of England and Great Britain 1649-1800 and of Ireland 1603-1898
  • Each entry specifies the date of creation, the names of the grantee and both the principal and any subordinate titles conferred
  • Includes the sources from which the information is derived, together with an indication of where the texts of the patents of creation are to be found
  • Details are also provided where a peerage was granted with a special limitation in remainder
  • Based on a systematic examination of the documents of creation which has led to the correction of numerous errors - this is of particular value in the case of Ireland where the public records were destroyed in 1922