- Earl of Kilmarnock
The title Earl of Kilmarnock was created in the
peerage of Scotlandin 1661for William Boyd, 10th Lord Boyd. That title was also created in the Scottish peerage in 1454for Robert Boyd, Great Chamberlain of Scotland. Both titles were forfeit in 1746.
Thomas Boyd, the elder son of the first Lord Boyd - and father of the second one - was created
Earl of Arranin 1467, but the title was forfeit in 1469.
The 4th Earl of Kilmarnock was the father of the 15th
Earl of Erroll. The Kilmarnock title was revived in 1831for the latter's grandson, William George Hay, 18th Earl of Erroll, who was created Baron Kilmarnockin the Peerage of the United Kingdom. Since 1941this title is a separate peerage.
Lords Boyd (1454)
Robert Boyd, 1st Lord Boyd(d. 1482)
James Boyd, 2nd Lord Boyd(d. 1484)
Alexander Boyd, 3rd Lord Boyd(d. 1508)
Robert Boyd, 4th Lord Boyd(d. c. 1557) (acceded Lordship 1547)
Robert Boyd, 5th Lord Boyd(c. 1517- 1559) (acceded Lordship 1558)
Thomas Boyd, 6th Lord Boyd(c. 1547- 1611) (acceded Lordship 1560)
Robert Boyd, 7th Lord Boyd( 1595- 1628)
Robert Boyd, 8th Lord Boyd(c. 1618- 1640)
James Boyd, 9th Lord Boyd(a. 1595)- 1654)
*William Boyd, 10th Lord Boyd (b.
1646- 1692) created Earl Kilmarnock in 1661
Earls of Kilmarnock (1661)
William Boyd, 1st Earl of Kilmarnock(b. 1646- 1692)
William Boyd, 2nd Earl of Kilmarnock(b. 1676- 1692)
William Boyd, 3rd Earl of Kilmarnock(b. 1692- 1717)
William Boyd, 4th Earl of Kilmarnock(b. 1709- 1746) (attainted/forfeit 1746)
Earl of Erroll
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