Baron Byron
George Byron, 6. Baron Byron

Baron Byron, of Rochdale in der Pfalzgrafschaft Lancashire, ist ein erblicher britischer Adelstitel in der Peerage of England, der von der Familie Byron getragen wird.

Verleihung

Der Titel wurde im Jahre 1643 für den royalistischen Bürgerkriegs-General und langjährigen Unterhausabgeordneten Sir John Byron geschaffen.

Da dieser kinderlos war, erfolgte die Verleihung mit dem speziellen Vermerk, dass auch dessen Brüder und ihre männlichen Abkömmlinge berechtigt sein sollten, den Titel zu erben.

Liste der Barone Byron (1643)

  • John Byron, 1. Baron Byron (1599–1652)
  • Richard Byron, 2. Baron Byron (1606–1679)
  • William Byron, 3. Baron Byron (1636–1695)
  • William Byron, 4. Baron Byron (1669–1736)
  • William Byron, 5. Baron Byron (1722–1798)
  • George Gordon Byron, 6. Baron Byron (1788–1824)
  • George Anson Byron, 7. Baron Byron (1789–1868)
  • George Anson Byron, 8. Baron Byron (1818–1870)
  • George Frederick William Byron, 9. Baron Byron (1855–-1917)
  • Frederick Ernest Charles Byron, 10. Baron Byron (1861–1949)
  • Rupert Frederick George Byron, 11. Baron Byron (1903–1983)
  • Richard Geoffrey Gordon Byron, 12. Baron Byron (1899–1989)
  • Robert James Byron, 13. Baron Byron (* 1950)

Titelerbe ist der Sohn des jetzigen Barons, Hon. (der Ehrenwerte) Charles Richard Gordon Byron (* 1990).


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