List of extinct baronetcies

List of extinct baronetcies

The following extinct baronetcies are listed by date of extinction. An alphabhetical list is to be found at Leigh Rayment's baronetage page, or via the category of extinct baronetcies.


=Reign of King George V=

1922

*Perrott Baronets (cr. 1 July 1716 but not registered) and cr. 21 June 1911); extinct with the death of the fifth and first baronet. [Leigh Rayment. Retrieved 20 January 2008. [http://www.leighrayment.com/baronetsp2.htm] ]

1933

*Herbert of Llanarth, Monmouth (cr. 19 July 1907), extinct 18 October 1933 with grantee's death. [Leigh Rayment. Retrieved 10 August 2007. [http://www.leighrayment.com/baronetage/baronetsH2.htm] ]


=Reign of King George VI=

1940

*Douglas of Carr, Perth (cr. 17 March 1789), extinct 5 November 1940 with sixth baronet's death. [Leigh Rayment. Retrieved 16 November 2007. [http://www.leighrayment.com/baronetage/baronetsd2.htm] ]

1944

*Collet of St. Clere, Kent (cr. 12 June 1888), extinct 24 September 1944 with second baronet's death. [Leigh Rayment. Retrieved 3 October 2007. [http://www.leighrayment.com/baronetage/baronetsc3.htm] ]


=Reign of Queen Elizabeth II=

1952

*Duff of Hatton, Aberdeen (cr. 3 July 1952, extinct 6 September 1952 with grantee's death.

1965

*Steel-Maitland later Ramsay-Steel-Maitland, (cr. 30 March 1935), extinct 1965 with third and last baronet.

1980

*Duff of Vaynol Park, Carnarvon (cr. 1 August 1911), extinct 3 March 1980 with third and last baronet

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