ⓘ Jacobite peerage

                                     

ⓘ Jacobite peerage

The Jacobite peerage includes those peerages created by James II and VII, and the subsequent Jacobite pretenders, after James’s deposition from the thrones of England, Scotland and Ireland following the Glorious Revolution of 1688. These creations were not recognised in English, Scots or Irish law, but the titles were used in Jacobite circles in Continental Europe and recognised by France, Spain and the Papacy.

Jacobite the this peerage ceased to be created after 1760 for the title is the young pretender”, Prince Charles Edward Stuart, in his illegitimate daughter or until 1783. The following tables list the this peerage and baronetcies created by the Stuart claimants in exile.

                                     
  • were married to Jacobite pretenders since 1688 Jacobite Peerage peers and baronetcies granted by Jacobite claimants since 1688 Neo - Jacobite Revival, political
  • de Ruvigny, The Jacobite Peerage Baronetage, Knightage Grants of Honour Edinburgh: T.C. E.C. Jack, 1904 44, quoted in A Jacobite Gazetteer Ancient
  • 1664 1738 was a Franco - Irish Jacobite soldier, diplomatic envoy for the King of France and a Baron in the Jacobite Peerage of Ireland as Baron Hooke of
  • 1 January 1712. On 6 October 1721 the Jacobite Old Pretender James III who refused to recognise his peerage Baron Lansdown bestowed by Queen Anne
  • In 1692 he was created Earl of Newcastle in County Limerick in the Jacobite peerage of Ireland. In France he was named Colonel of the 2nd Queen s Regiment
  • Welsh territorial connection List of dukedoms in the peerages of Britain and Ireland Jacobite Peerage titles created following the deposition of King James
  • sought his advice in later years. He was created a baronet in the Jacobite peerage in March 1726. During the 1745 rising Sheridan, despite poor health
  • II in exile and a fourth time by his son the Old Pretender, in the Jacobite Peerage The name Albemarle is derived from the Latinised form of the French
  • Versailles. On 14 July 1760 Oliphant was created Lord Oliphant in the Jacobite peerage He returned to Scotland in 1763 and spent the last years of his life