Titles associated with boyle lineages



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TITLES ASSOCIATED WITH BOYLE LINEAGES
There are two large families in the British Isles about which I have been collecting information. The first is associated with the First Earl of Cork, and descends from Lewis Boyle, of Bidney, Herefordshire, and his ancestors. The second is associated with the First Earl of Glasgow, and descends from Robert Boyle of Kelburn, Ayrshire, and his ancestors.
The genealogical trees for these two families include many people with titles, or associations with manors. I have pulled those titles from the file, and sorted them into three groups:

- titles of people who are directly descended from the founding fathers, and are of Boyle lineage,

- titles of people who married someone of Boyle lineage, and

- titles of parents and grandparents of those who married someone of Boyle lineage.


Titles born by people who are directly descended from the founding fathers of these two Boyle lineages include the following: Baron Ashburton; Baron Bandon; Baron Barrymore; Baron Bolton of Bolton Castle; Baron Carleton; Baron Clifford of Lanesborough; Baron Cobbold; Baron Cochrane Of Cults; Baron De Fresnes; Baron Digby; Baron Donington; Baron Inglewood; Baron Lecale of Ardglass; Baron Manners; Baron Montagu of Boughton; Baron of Knapton; Baron Stewart; Baron Talbot Of Malahide; Baron Teviot; Baroness Allendale; Baroness Carver; Baroness Carysfort; Baroness Grey (Of Ruthin); Baroness Rayleigh; Baronet Bagot; Baronet Barclay of Pierston; Baronet Borrowes of Grangemellon; Baronet Buchanan; Baronet Burton; Baronet Chetwynd; Baronet Hare; Baronet of Montgomery-Cuninghame of Corsehill; Baronet Scott-Douglas; Baronet Worsley; Countess of Coningsby; Countess Of Loudoun; Dean of Durham; Duchess of Beaufort; Duchess of York; Duke of Buccleuch; Duke of Devonshire; Duke of Leinster; Duke of Queensbury; Earl of Arundel And Surrey; Earl of Balfour; Earl of Barrymore; Earl of Beaulieu; Earl of Blesington; Earl of Burlington; Earl of Carysfort; Earl of Clarendon; Earl of Cork; Earl of Cork and Orrery; Earl of Courtown; Earl of Dalkeith; Earl of Derby; Earl of Drumlanrig; Earl of Dundee; Earl of Enniskillen; Earl of Essex; Earl of Glasgow; Earl of Halifax; Earl of Inchiquin; Earl of Kerry; Earl of Kildare; Earl of Lathom; Earl of Londesborough; Earl of Loudoun; Earl of Lytton; Earl of March; Earl of Mornington; Earl of Offaly; Earl of Orrery; Earl of Pembroke; Earl of Queensbury; Earl of Ranelagh; Earl of Romney; Earl of Rosse; Earl of Sandwich; Earl of Shannon; Earl of Shrewsbury; Earl of St Germans; Earl of Uxbridge; Earl of Westmorland; Lord Boyle; Lord Burghersh; Lord Digby of Geashill; Lord Eliot; Lord Grey of Ruthin; Lord Hyde; Lord Irwin; Lord Mauchline; Lord Montagu; Lord Paget; Lord Proby; Lord Scott of Whitchester; Lord Scrymgeour; Lord Stanley; Marquess of Carisbrooke; Marquess Of Hastings; Marquess of Kildare; Marquess of Wharton; Princess of York; Vicountess Ikerrin; Vicountess Mayo; Viscount Allen; Viscount Blesington; Viscount Boyle; Viscount Cornsbury; Viscount Dungarvan; Viscount Gage; Viscount Hambleden; Viscount Harcourt; Viscount Hillsborough; Viscount Hinchinbroke; Viscount Ingestre; Viscount Lisburne; Viscount Moore of Drogheda; Viscount Mountjoy; Viscount Rosse; Viscount Shannon; and Viscount St. Davids.
Titles born by people who married into these two Boyle lineages include the following: Aldworth of Newmarket; Badham of Cork; Baird of Durris; Barclay of Pierston; Barclay of Warrix; Baron Allendale; Baron Ampthill; Baron Ashburton; Baron Bandon; Baron Bolton of Bolton Castle; Baron Boston; Baron Carver; Baron Carysfort; Baron Cobbold; Baron Cochrane Of Cults; Baron De Fresnes; Baron Delamere; Baron Desart; Baron Desborough; Baron Doningtona; Baron Hampton; Baron Inglewood; Baron Loch; Baron Manners; Baron of Bandon Bridge; Baron Raglan; Baron Ravensdale; Baron Sheffield; Baron Talbot Of Malahide; Baron Teviot; Baron Teynham; Baron Tollemache; Baroness Ampthill; Baroness Barrymore; Baroness Clifford; Baroness Greenwich; Baroness Grey of Ruthin; Baronet Bellingham; Baronet Borrowes of Grangemellon; Baronet Buchanan; Baronet Bullock; Baronet Burdett; Baronet Burton; Baronet Chetwynd; Baronet Child; Baronet Courtenay; Baronet Cuninghame of Corsehill; Baronet Denys; Baronet Douglas; Baronet Duff; Baronet Dyke; Baronet Hare; Baronet Holcroft; Baronet Home-Purves-Hume-Campbell; Baronet Lewis; Baronet MacTaggart-Stewart; Baronet Markham; Baronet Moncreiffe; Baronet Muir; Baronet of Achtertyre; Baronet of Auchinleck; Baronet Parsons; Baronet Wakefield; Baronet Worsley of Pilewell; Boyle of Kelburn; Bret of Somerset; Caldwell of Nowbry; Campbell of Cessnock; Comte de Melfort; Countess of Barrymore; Countess of Barymore; Countess of Carrysfort; Countess of Carysfort; Countess of Clarendon; Countess of Cork; Countess of Derby; Countess of Dundee; Countess of Guildford; Countess of Rochester; Courtenay of Penisford; Davis of St. Catharine's; Dean of Cork; Dillon of Lissmullen, Meath; Duchess of Buccleuch; Duke of Beaufort; Duke of Bedford; Duke of Buccleuch; Duke of Devonshire; Duke of Norfolk; Duke of Northumberland; Duke of Ormonde; Duke of Queensbury; Duke of York; Earl of Ardglass; Earl of Balfour; Earl of Barrymore; Earl of Clarendon; Earl of Coningsby; Earl of Cork; Earl of Courtown; Earl of Cumberland; Earl of Dalkeith; Earl of Denbigh; Earl of Derby; Earl of Donegal; Earl of Dundee; Earl of Edgcumbe; Earl of Essex; Earl of Halifax; Earl of Inchiquin; Earl of Kildare; Earl of Lathom; Earl of Londesborough; Earl of Lytton; Earl of Middlesex; Earl of Mornington; Earl of Mount Alexander; Earl of Pembroke; Earl Of Romney; Earl of Roscommon; Earl of Russell; Earl of Sandwich; Earl of Shannon; Earl of Shelburne; Earl of St Germans; Earl of Thanet; Earl of Warwick; Earl of Westmorland; Earl Talbot; Farquarson of Dublin; Gov Gen of Canada; Hailson of Limerick; Jephson of Moyallow; Lord Digby of Geashill; Marquess of Anglesey; Marquess of Bute; Marquess of Carisbrooke; Marquess of Hastings; Marquess of Lansdowne; Marquess of Wharton; Power of Ireland; Saynor of Trottiscliffe; Stannard of Killmallock; Synge of Kildare; Vicountess Allen; Viscount Allen; Viscount Dungannon; Viscount Gage; Viscount Hambleden; Viscount Head; Viscount Ikerrin; Viscount Ingestre; Viscount Mayo; Viscount Mountjoy; Viscount O'Neile; Viscount Powers-court; Viscount Ranelagh; Viscount Scudamore; Viscount St. Davids; Viscount Torrington; and Williamson of London.
Titles of the parents or grandparents of those who married into these two Boyle lineages include the following: Baillie of Dochfour; Baron Barry of Santry; Baron Boringdon of Boringdon; Baron Chandos of Sudeley; Baron de Ransay of Ransay Abbey; Baron Fermoy; Baron Glenkinglass; Baron Kilmaine; Baron Lismore of Shanbally; Baron Manners; Baron O'Brien of Inchiquin; Baron of Braybrooke; Baron Renton; Baron Talbot of Hensol; Baron Tollemache of Helmingham; Baroness Clifton of Leighton Bromswold; Baronet Borrowes of Grangemellon; Baronet Buchanan; Baronet Darell; Baronet Grenville; Baronet Leveson-Gower; Baronet Osborne; Baronet Seymour; Boyle of Kelburn; Countess of Buccleuch; Duke of Manchester; Duke of Argyll; Duke of Beaufort; Duke of Bolton; Duke of Edinburgh; Duke of Grafton; Duke of Monmouth; Duke of Norfolk; Duke of Somerset; Duke of Westminster; Earl Beauchamp; Earl Dunraven; Earl Inchiquin; Earl of Ailsbury; Earl of Ardglass; Earl of Belmore; Earl of Berkeley; Earl of Cholmondeley; Earl of Clare; Earl of Clarendon; Earl of Courtown; Earl of Cranbrook; Earl of Derby; Earl of Donegall; Earl of Donoughmore; Earl of Dorset; Earl of Erne; Earl of Essex; Earl of Exeter; Earl of Gainsborough; Earl of Gosford; Earl of Halifax; Earl of Hardwicke; Earl of Harewood; Earl of Harrington; Earl of Ilchester; Earl of Jersey; Earl of Lisburne; Earl of Listowel; Earl of Orkney; Earl of Ossory; Earl of Radnor; Earl of Rochester; Earl of Rosebery; Earl of Salisbury; Earl of Sandwich; Earl of Suffolk; Earl of Tufton; Earl of Verulam; Earl Rivers; Hoare of Stourhead; Houstoun of that Ilk; Lord Bellot of Cheshire; Lord Chandos; Lord Fish of Bedfordshire; Lord Haworth of Burdenhall; Lord O'Brien; Lord of Braybrooke; Lord Offaly; Lord Ponsonby of Besborough; Lord Yarborough; Marquess of Anglesey; Marquess of Douro; Marquess of Headfort; Marquess of Londonderry; Marquess of Queensberry; Marquess of Salisbury; Marquis of Halifax; Matthews of Bonnettstown; Poyntz of Midgham House; Queen of the United Kingdom; Senhouse of Netherhall; Viscount Chelsea; Viscount Crichton; Viscount Fane; Viscount Galway; Viscount Hamilton; Viscount Ikerrin; Viscount Mayo; Viscount Mountcashell; Viscount Plumer; and Wright of Guildford.


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