Baron Fauconberg

Baron Fauconberg

The title Baron Fauconberg has been created twice in the Peerage of England. It was first created in 1295 when Walter de Fauconberg was summoned to parliament. Between 1463 and 1903 the title was abeyant, until the abeyance was terminated in favor of Marcia Amelia Mary Lane-Fox, who also gained the titles Baron Conyers and Baron Darcy. These titles passed to her son, the fifth earl of Yarborough. On his death they became abeyant again. After the abeyance of 1463 the "right" to barony Fauconberg which resulted in the termination of 1903 was held together with the barony Conyers; the two baronies then have followed the same way or line into the abeyance of 1948.

The second creation was for Sir Thomas Belasyse (who was already a baronet) in 1627, who was later created Viscount Fauconberg. The second viscount was created Earl Fauconberg, but that title became extinct on his death. The fourth viscount was again created Earl Fauconberg, but that title became extinct again on the death of the fifth viscount. All titles became extinct with the death of the seventh viscount.

Barons Fauconberg, first creation (1295)

*Walter de Fauconberg, 1st Baron Fauconberg (d. 1304)
*Walter de Fauconberg, 2nd Baron Fauconberg (1264–1318)
*John de Fauconberg, 3rd Baron Fauconberg (1290–1349)
*Walter de Fauconberg, 4th Baron Fauconberg (1319–1362)
*Thomas de Fauconberg, 5th Baron Fauconberg (1345–1407)
*Joan Neville, 6th Baroness Fauconberg (d. 1490) (recalled from abeyance in 1429 for her husband, William Neville, Baron Fauconberg, who d. 1463; returned to abeyance on her death)
*Marcia Amelia Mary Pelham, 7th Baroness Fauconberg (1863–1926) (abeyance terminated 1903)
*Sackville George Pelham, 5th Earl of Yarborough, 8th Baron Fauconberg (1888–1948) (abeyant 1948)

Co-heiresses: Lady Diana Miller and Lady Wendy Lycett, daughters of the 8th Baron.

Belasyse Baronets of Newborough (1611)

*Sir Thomas Belasyse, 1st Baronet (1577-1652) (created Baron Fauconberg 1627)

Barons Fauconberg, second creation (1627)

*Thomas Belasyse, 1st Baron Fauconberg (1577-1652) (created Viscount Fauconberg 1643)

Viscounts Fauconberg (1643)

*Thomas Belasyse, 1st Viscount Fauconberg (1577-1652)
*Thomas Belasyse, 2nd Viscount Fauconberg (1628-1700) (created Earl Fauconberg 1689, extinct on his death)
*Thomas Belasyse, 3rd Viscount Fauconberg (d. 1718)
*Thomas Belasyse, 4th Viscount Fauconberg (1699-1774) (created Earl Fauconberg 1756)
*Henry Belasyse, 2nd Earl Fauconberg (1743-1802) (earldom extinct on his death)
*Rowland Belasyse, 6th Viscount Fauconberg (1745-1810)
*Charles Belasyse, 7th Viscount Fauconberg (1750-1815)

Earls Fauconberg, first creation (1689)

*Thomas Belasyse, 1st Earl Fauconberg (1628-1700)

Earls Fauconberg, second creation (1756)

*Thomas Belasyse, 1st Earl Fauconberg (1699-1774)
*Henry Belasyse, 2nd Earl Fauconberg (1743-1802)

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