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Pages on peerages
A page about a particular title (such as Duke of Norfolk or Earl of Derby) may include the following information: 1. The history of the title and associated titles 2. The remainder (i.e., the rule for inheritance of the title) 3. A list of the holders of the titles and of the associated titles. Titles should only share articles when one is totally connected to the other: no one has ever been Marquess of Tavistock without being Duke of Bedford, for instance, so information on the former title...A B C D, 1st Earl of Anyplace (d. 1725)A B C D, 2nd Earl of Anyplace (1675–1750)A B C D, 1st Earl of Anyplace (1750–1825)A B C D, 2nd Earl of Anyplace (1775–1850)A B C D, 3rd Earl of Anyplace (1800–1875) (created Duke of Somewhere in 1860)A B C D, 1st Duke of Somewhere (1800–1875)A B C D, 2nd Duke of Somewhere (1825–1900)A B C D, 3rd Duke of Somewhere (b. 1900)
Articles on baronetcies
Articles on baronetcies should be sorted by surname, i.e. all baronetcies held by people with a particular surname should share an article, regardless of whether they are actually related. The article should be at "Surname baronets", e.g. Mount baronets. They should have a very similar format to articles on peerages (and, indeed, if a noble family held a baronetcy before a peerage, it should be included as if a previous peerage). The article should thus be in the following format:
To do list
1. Enlist further Wikipedians 2. Create a WikiPolicy about the format of the Baronetcy pages and an example. And decide the standard format for Baronetcy pages where the baronetcy is merged into a peerage. 2.1. Done.Wikipedia:WikiProject_Peerage Currently working on: 1. Upload everybody on the dormant list and all extant baronetcies 1.1. almost done! All that remains is to: 1.1.1. Compare the List of extant Baronetcies with the List of baronetcies(of NS, etc.) and add missing baronetcies to t...
About our lists and the tables below
The List of extant baronetcies is a list of every current or extant baronetcy, including currently unproven ones. They used to be in separate pages for each kind (NS, UK, etc.), but now are all on one page, with separate tables for each kind. The tables themselves (on the List of extant baronetcies) are ordered strictly by precedence, i.e., the official number in the first column, which is based on the full date of creation. 1. Note to editors:If we have a number wrongly, please correct it. T...
There is no consensus that nobility infers automatic notability, and a previous proposalto establish this has failed.
Sir Christopher Musgrave, 4th Baronet 68 links. Richard Griffin, 2nd Baron Braybrooke 25 links. Sir Roger Mostyn, 5th Baronet 22 links. Sir Maurice Levy, 1st Baronet 22 links. Philip John Miles 21 links. John Graham, 6th Earl of Menteith 20 links. Sir Keith Fraser, 5th Baronet 18 links.
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- Something odd
- Discussion about people being receiving multiple peerages
- Styles of nobility
- RfC on succession boxes on US presidential biographies (and the future of succession boxes)
- Earl of Cleveland
Archives /Archive index bot generated topic index WikiProject Peerage 01. August 2003 – January 2004 02. January 2004 03. January 2004 – June 2004 04. August 2004 – May 2006 05. June 2006 – December 2007 WikiProject Baronetcies 06. September 2006 – August 2008 WikiProject Peerage and Baronetage 07. March 2008 – December 2009 08. January 2010 – December 2010 09. January 2011 – November 2011 10. December 2011 – September 2014 10. September 2014 – July 2015 Threads older...
In the past few days, members of the "James" family, supposedly descendants of an illegitimate son of the the 4th Duke of Hamilton, have been added to several articles and married off to previously non-existent members of the aristocracy. As yet I haven't had any response from the new users who are apparently responsible, and I think that may be because User:AlhambroDennis, User:ArthurBrechin, User:HarryGordon99, User:GarethDalrymple, and several others are one and the same person, who perhaps d
Hello. There's a discussion going on at Talk:Robert Henley, 1st Earl of Northington about people receiving multiple peerages. I am intentionally avioding the expression "being created a peer multiple times", because that is exactly what is being disputed by my fellow editor Opera hat. I will suggest centralizing the discussion here. HandsomeFella 20:02, 20 April 2020
I just read the project page of the WikiProject Peerage and Baronetage and find it says "The styles a peer held over the course of his life should be contained in a 'Styles' section of the article". I looked at 11 FAs and 40 GAs of peers and found only 4 that had a Styles sections: Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough, Prince William, Duke of Gloucester, Elizabeth Campbell, Duchess of Argyll, and Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale. I think the cited sentence is not intended t
An RfC is occurring at Wikipedia:Village pump § Succession boxes for US Presidents that concerns the inclusion of succession boxes in articles about US presidents. The RfC's outcome may have implications for the future of succession boxes more generally. If you would like to participate in the discussion, you are invited to add your comments at the village pump. Thank you. 184.108.40.206 07:55, 13 November 2020
Why isn’t they a page on the peerage of Cleveland, presently redirecting to baron Wentworth. The area, I think, covered approximately Yorkshire wapentakes: Pickering Lythe, Whitby strand, Ryedale and Langbaurgh. Darlington and other peerages have also linked to the area. Cheers if it is followed up on by people who know where and how to put a peerage article together. Chocolateediter 20:14, 13 January 2021 They is a duke article maybe add it there. Other peerage might exist ...
- Territorial designations
- Wikipedia:WikiProject Peerage
- Campbell Baronets
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I'm not sure it's an entry on the list but to the limited extent to which I have been involved in baronetcies I've run into frequent issues of establishing the TD which seems to be able to change and that that change is by no means easy to follow or document. Alci12 12:52, 2 September 2006 Cracroft's lists all Baronetcies, both extant and extinct, along with their territorial designations. I wouldn't want to copy and paste any lists, but if there are any issues or ambiguities just ask me and I'l
Sure, glad to help. Anyway, the task list should, perhaps, include a check against a published source after checking against Rayment — I recently discovered that Hamilton Baronets, which I made up based on his page, omits Hamilton of Preston, one of whom is Sir William Hamilton, 9th Baronet. Choess 13:57, 2 September 2006 I will add "to list the sources of info and check against them". I only have access to Debretts, Burkes and the SCB's official Roll. - Baronetcy project 14:14, 2 ...
I'd just like to say thanks to whoever invited me to be part of this project, which I guess means someone has found my contributions to articles on the Peerage useful. I'm not sure I'll have so much time for Wikipedia in the future, but I'll certainly keep an eye on these pages and help out with things as I have done with the Peerage articles. JRawle 13:45, 3 September 2006 Indeed. Many thanks, anonymous friend!. Thesocialistesq 03:01, 10 September 2006
Thanks for inviting me to take part in this project! I will keep an eye on it, but I feel I haven’t got the time at the moment to take on a specific task. Will instead be focusing on expanding various peerage pages, and will of course include information on the baronetcy if a baronet has been elevated to the peerage. Tryde 08:47, 5 September 2006 Maybe you could suggest an example page. What about Gough Baronets which could use some improvement? - Baronetcy project 08:59, 5 September 2006
Volunteer wanted please. Kittybrewster 22:52, 5 September 2006 1. There is a muddle between campbell 1628 and campbell 1913 - Kittybrewster 09:53, 7 September 2006 The situation is extremely unclear. The first creation certainly seems to have become extinct on the death of the first holder, but the second creation was for someone called by a few sources "10th Baronet", and with an early date for precedence, so it makes me wonder if something odd was going on. A 1940s-ish copy of Burke's or Debre
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A page about a particular title (such as Duke of Norfolk or Earl of Derby) may include the following information: 1. The history of the title and associated titles 2.The remainder (i.e., the rule for inheritance of the title) 3.
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