The earldom of Hyndford (created 25.07.1701;
Scotland) became extinct on 18.04.1817 with the death
of Andrew Carmichael, 6th Earl of Hyndford.
The viscountcy of Vane (created 13.09.1720;
Ireland) became extinct on 05.04.1789 with the death
of William Holles Vane, 2nd Viscount Vane.
earldom of Massereene (created 28.07.1756;
Ireland) became extinct on 25.02.1816 with the death
of Chichester Skeffington, 4th Earl of Massereene.
barony of Shuldham (created 31.07.1776;
Ireland) became extinct on 30.09.1798 with the death
of Molyneux Shuldham, 1st Baron Shuldham.
barony of Penrhyn (created 19.11.1783;
Ireland) became extinct on 21.01.1808 with the death
of Richard Pennant, 1st Baron Penrhyn.
baronies of Sunderlin (created 30.06.1785;) and Sunderlin
Ireland) became extinct on 14.04.1816 with the death
of Richard Malone, 1st Baron Sunderlin and
barony of Callan (created 04.06.1790;
) became extinct on 29.10.1815 with the death of George
Agar, 1st Baron
The barony of Lavington (created 01.10.1795:
Ireland) became extinct on 01.08.1807 with the death
of Ralph Payne, 1st Baron
The barony of Lecale (created 27.12.1800;
Ireland) became extinct on 18.02.1810 with the death
of Charles FitzGerald, 1st Baron Lecale.
Montfort of Horseheath (created 09.05.1741;
Ireland) Henry Bromley, 3rd Baron Montfort of Horseheath
(14.05.1773-30.04.1851), inherited his title from Thomas Bromley,
2nd Baron Montfort
of Horseheath, on 24.10.1799.
Coleraine (created 26.02.1762;
Ireland) George Hanger, 4th Baron Coleraine (13.10.1751-13.03.1824),
inherited his title from William Hanger, 3rd Baron Coleraine,
Milford (created 22.07.1776;
Ireland) This barony was created for Richard Phillipps (1744-28.11.1823).
Ongley (created 30.07.1776;
Ireland) Robert Henley-Ongley, 3rd Baron Ongley (09.05.1803-21.01.1877),
inherited his title from Robert Henley-Ongley, 2nd Baron
Ongley, on 20.08.1814.
Rokeby (created 26.02.1777;
Ireland) Morris Robinson, 3rd Baron Rokeby (14.07.1757-10.05.1829),
inherited his title from Matthew Morris, 2nd Baron Rokeby,
Muncaster (created 21.10.1783;
Ireland) Lowther Augustus John Pennington, 3rd Baron Muncaster
(14.12.1802-30.04.1838), inherited his title from Lowther Pennington,
2nd Baron Muncaster, on 29.07.1818.
Cloncurry (created 29.09.1789;
Ireland) Valentine Browne Lawless, 2nd Baron Cloncurry (19.08.1773-28.10.1853),
inherited his title from Sir Nicholas Lawless, 1st Baron
Cloncurry, on 28.08.1799.
Clonbrock (created 03.06.1790;
Ireland) Luke Dillon, 2nd Baron Clonbrock (24.04.1780-13.12.1826),
inherited his title from Robert Dillon, 1st Baron Clonbrock,
Norwood (created 07.11.1797;
Ireland) This barony was created for Grace Toler (died 21.07.1822),
wife of John Toler, 1st Baron Norbury.
Tyrawley (created 07.11.1797;
Ireland) This barony was created for James Cuffe (1748-15.06.1821).
Ireland) Charles Winn-Allanson, 2nd Baron Headley (25.06.1784-09.04.1840),
inherited his title from George Allanson-Winn, 1st Baron
Headley, on 09.04.1798.
Crofton (created 01.12.1797;
Ireland) Edward Crofton, 2nd Baron Crofton (01.08.1806-27.12.1869),
inherited his title from Anne Crofton, 1st Baroness Crofton,
Hartland (created 30.07.1800;
Ireland) This barony was created for Maurice Mahon (21.06.1738-04.01.1819.
Mount Sandford (created 31.07.1800;
Ireland) Henry Sandford, 2nd Baron Mount Sandford (10.03.1805-14.06.1828),
inherited his title from Henry Moore Sandford, 1st Baron
Mount Sandford, on 29.12.1814.
Tara of Bellinter (created 31.07.1800;
Ireland) This barony was created for John Preston (04.11.1764-18.07.1821),
a decendant of a brother of Thomas Preston, 1st Viscount
Wallscourt (created 31.07.1800;
Ireland) Joseph Henry Blake, 3rd Baron Wallscourt (02.06.1797-28.05.1849),
inherited his title from Joseph Henry Blake, 2nd Baron
Wallscourt, on 11.10.1816. This peerage had been suspended 1803-6.
Glenbervie (created 29.11.1800:
Ireland) This barony was created for Sylvester Douglas (24.05.1743-02.05.1823),
Chief Secretary for
Norbury (created 27.12.1800;
Ireland) This barony was created for John Toler (03.12.1745-27.07.1831),
Clarina (created 28.12.1800;
Ireland) Eyre Massey, 3rd Baron Clarina (06.05.1798-18.11.1872),
inherited his title from Nathaniel William Massey, 2nd Baron
Clarina, in 1810.
Radstock (created 29.12.1800;
Ireland) This barony was created for Vice-Admiral William Waldgrave
(09.07.1753-20.08.1825), second son of John Waldegrave, 3rd Earl
Waldgrave. He was promoted to Admiral in 1802.