Baronetage of Nova Scotia (1625)

Baronetage of Nova Scotia (1625)

  1. Innes of Innes28 May 1625 extant succeeded to the Dukedom of Roxburgh in 1812 with which title the baronetcy remains merged
  2. Douglas of Glenbervie 28 May 1625 dormant 1812
  3. Gordon of Letterfourie 28 May 1625 dormant 1908
  4. Keith 28 May 1625 forfeit 1715 and dormant 1778 already Earls Marischal
  5. Strachan of Thornton 28 May 1625 dormant 1828
  6. Campbell of Glenorchy 29 May 1625 dormant 1959, created Earl of Breadalbane and Holland (1677) in the Peerage of Scotland
  7. Wemyss of Wemyss 29 May 1625 dormant 1679 created Lord Wemyss of Elcho (1628) and Earl of Wemyss (1633) in the Peerage of Scotland
  8. Livingston of Dunipace 30 May 1625 extinct 1634
  9. Alexander of Menstrie 12 July 1625 extinct 1739 created Viscount of Stirling (1630) and Earl of Stirling (1633) in the Peerage of Scotland
  10. Macdonald of Sleat 14 July 1625 extant created Baron Macdonald (1776-1832), in the Peerage of Ireland.
  11. Murray of Cockpool 19 July 1625 extinct 1658 already Viscount of Annand (1622) and created Earl of Annandale (1625) in the Peerage of Scotland
  12. Colquhoun of Colquhoun 30 August 1625 extant merged with Earldom of Seafield (1811-1915) then merged with Baron Strathspey (1915 onwards)
  13. Gordon of Cluny 31 August 1625 dormant c.1668
  14. Leslie of Wardis 1 September 1625 dormant 1680-1800 and from 1967
  15. Gordon of Lesmore 2 September 1625 dormant 1839
  16. Ramsay of Balmain 3 September 1625 dormant 1806
  17. Graham of Bracco 28 September 1625 extant dormant 1700. Now assumed by Duke of Montrose.
  18. Forrester of Corstorphine 17 November 1625 dormant 1654 created Lord Forrester (1633) in the Peerage of Scotland
  19. Nicolson of Cockburnspath 17 December 1625 extinct