BARONETAGE
Last updated 03/07/2014
Names of baronets shown in blue 
have not yet proved succession and, as a
result, their name has not yet been placed on
the Official Roll of the Baronetage.
Date Type Order Name Born Died  Age
Dates in italics in the "Born" column indicate that the baronet was
baptised on that date; dates in italics in the "Died" column indicate 
that the baronet was buried on that date
YARDE-BULLER of Lupton House,Devon
13 Jan 1790 GB 1 Francis Buller 17 Mar 1746 5 Jun 1800 54
5 Jun 1800 2 Francis Buller-Yarde (Buller-Yarde-Buller 28 Sep 1767 17 Apr 1833 65
from 26 Jun 1800)
MP for Totnes 1790-1796
17 Apr 1833 3 John Buller Yarde-Buller 12 Apr 1799 4 Sep 1871 72
He was subsequently created Baron
Churston (qv) in 1858 with which title 
the baronetcy remains merged 
YARROW of Homestead,Hindhead,Surrey
29 Jan 1916 UK 1 Alfred Fernandez Yarrow 13 Jan 1842 24 Jan 1932 90
   
24 Jan 1932 2 Harold Edgar Yarrow 11 Aug 1884 19 Apr 1962 77
19 Apr 1962 3 Eric Grant Yarrow 23 Apr 1920
YATE of Buckland,Berks
30 Jul 1622 E 1 Edward Yate Feb 1645
Feb 1645 2 John Yate c 1658
c 1658 3 Charles Yate c 1680
c 1680 4 John Yate 1690
to     Extinct on his death
1690
YATE of Madeley Hall,Salop
31 Jan 1921 UK 1 Charles Edward Yate 28 Aug 1849 29 Feb 1940 90
to     MP for Melton 1910-1924
29 Feb 1940 Extinct on his death
YEA of Pyrland,Somerset
18 Jun 1759 GB 1 William Yea 25 Nov 1806
25 Nov 1806 2 William Walter Yea 19 Apr 1784 20 May 1862 78
20 May 1862 3 Henry Lacy Yea 18 Nov 1798 31 Aug 1864 65
to     Extinct on his death
31 Aug 1864
YEAMANS of Bristol,Gloucs
12 Jan 1665 E 1 John Yeamans c 1680
c 1680 2 William Yeamans c 1685
c 1685 3 John Yeamans c 1690
c 1690 4 John Yeamans c 1689 c 1730
c 1730 5 John Yeamans c 1720 c 1780
c 1780 6 Robert Yeamans c 1742 19 Feb 1788
to     Extinct on his death
19 Feb 1788
YEAMANS of Redland,Gloucs
31 Dec 1666 E 1 Robert Yeamans 7 Feb 1687
to     Extinct on his death
Feb 1687
YELVERTON of Rougham,Norfolk
31 May 1620 E 1 William Yelverton c 1558 30 Oct 1631
30 Oct 1631 2 William Yelverton c 1590 19 Jul 1648
19 Jul 1648 3 William Yelverton 15 Nov 1649
to     Extinct on his death
15 Nov 1649
YELVERTON of Easton Mauduit,Northants
30 Jun 1641 E 1 Christopher Yelverton 4 Dec 1654
MP for Newport 1626 and 1628-1629 and
Bossiney 1640-1648
4 Dec 1654 2 Henry Yelverton 6 Jul 1633 3 Oct 1670 37
MP for Northamptonshire 1660 and
Northampton 1664-1670
3 Oct 1670 3 Charles Yelverton 21 Aug 1657 17 May 1679 21
He succeeded to the barony of Grey de
Ruthyn (qv) in 1676 with which title the
baronetcy then merged until it became
extinct in 1799
YONGE of Culliton,Devon
26 Sep 1661 E 1 John Yonge 2 Oct 1603 26 Aug 1663 59
Aug 1663 2 Walter Yonge c 1625 21 Nov 1670
MP for Honiton 1659, Lyme Regis 1660 and
Dartmouth 1667-1670
21 Nov 1670 3 Walter Yonge 8 Sep 1653 18 Jul 1731 77
MP for Honiton 1679-1681 and 1690-1711
and Ashburton 1689-1690
18 Jul 1731 4 William Yonge c 1693 10 Aug 1755
MP for Honiton 1715-1754 and Tiverton
1754-1755. Secretary at War 1735-1741
PC 1735
10 Aug 1755 5 George Yonge 1731 25 Sep 1812 81
to     MP for Honiton 1754-1761 and 1763-1796 and
25 Sep 1812 Old Sarum 1799-1801. Secretary at War 1782-1783
and 1783-1794. Master of the Mint 1794-1799.
Governor the Cape of Good Hope 1799-1801.
PC 1782
Extinct on his death
YORKE of Dublin
13 Apr 1761 I 1 William Yorke c 1700 30 Sep 1776
to     PC [I] 1753
30 Sep 1776 Extinct on his death
For information on the death of this baronet,
see the note at the foot of this page
YOUNG of London
10 Mar 1628 E 1 Richard Young c Mar 1651
to     MP for Worcester 1621-1622 and 1624-1625
c Mar 1651 Extinct on his death
  YOUNG of North Dean,Bucks
2 May 1769 GB 1 William Young 1725 8 Apr 1788 62
8 Apr 1788 2 William Young 30 Nov 1749 10 Jan 1815 65
MP for St.Mawes 1784-1806 and
Buckingham 1806-1807. Governor of
Tobago 1807-1815
10 Jan 1815 3 William Lawrence Young c 1778 3 Nov 1824
3 Nov 1824 4 William Lawrence Young 29 Sep 1806 27 Jun 1842 35
MP for Buckinghamshire 1835-1842
27 Jun 1842 5 William Norris Young 15 Jan 1833 20 Sep 1854 21
He was killed at the Battle of the Alma during the
Crimean War
20 Sep 1854 6 George John Young 1 Mar 1835 22 Oct 1854 19
He died of cholera before Sebastapol during
the Crimean War
22 Oct 1854 7 Charles Lawrence Young 31 Oct 1839 12 Sep 1887 47
12 Sep 1887 8 William Lawrence Young 3 Aug 1864 11 Jun 1921 56
11 Jun 1921 9 Charles Alban Young 18 Nov 1865 2 Mar 1944 78
2 Mar 1944 10 William Neil Young 22 Jan 1941
YOUNG of Formosa Place,Berks
24 Nov 1813 UK 1 Samuel Young 23 Feb 1766 14 Dec 1826 60
14 Dec 1826 2 George Young 19 Aug 1797 8 Feb 1848 50
8 Feb 1848 3 George Young 15 Sep 1837 4 Jul 1930 92
4 Jul 1930 4 George Young 25 Oct 1872 26 Sep 1952 79
26 Sep 1952 5 George Peregrine Young 8 Sep 1908 17 Mar 1960 51
17 Mar 1960 6 George Samuel Knatchbull Young 16 Jul 1941
MP for Acton 1974-1983,Ealing Acton 
1983-1997 and Hampshire NW 1997-
PC 1993  CH 2012
YOUNG of Bailieborough Castle,co.Cavan
28 Aug 1821 UK 1 William Young 10 Mar 1848
10 Mar 1848 2 John Young,later [1870] Baron Lisgar 31 Aug 1807 6 Oct 1876 69
6 Oct 1876 3 William Muston Need Young 20 Jan 1847 31 Mar 1934 87
31 Mar 1934 4 Cyril Roe Muston Young 21 Aug 1881 15 Jun 1955 73
15 Jun 1955 5 John William Roe Young 28 Jun 1913 5 Apr 1981 67
5 Apr 1981 6 John Kenyon Roe Young 23 Apr 1947
YOUNG of Partick,Glasgow
7 Sep 1945 UK 1 Arthur Stewart Leslie Young 10 Oct 1889 14 Aug 1950 60
MP for Partick 1935-1950 and Scotstoun
1950
14 Aug 1950 2 Alastair Spencer Templeton Young 28 Jun 1918 15 Oct 1963 45
15 Oct 1963 3 Stephen Stewart Templeton Young 24 May 1947
YOUNGER of Auchen Castle,Dumfries
14 Feb 1911 UK 1 William Younger 28 Jun 1862 28 Jul 1937 75
MP for Stamford 1895-1906 and Peebles 
and Selkirkshire 1910
28 Jul 1937 2 William Robert Younger 27 Oct 1888 25 May 1973 84
25 May 1973 3 John William Younger 18 Nov 1920 14 May 2002 81
14 May 2002 4 Julian William Richard Younger 10 Feb 1950
YOUNGER of Leckie,Clackmannan
12 Jul 1911 UK 1 George Younger 13 Oct 1851 29 Apr 1929 77
He was subsequently created Viscount
Younger of Leckie (qv) in 1923 with which
title the baronetcy remains merged
YOUNGER of Fountain Bridge,Edinburgh
17 Feb 1964 UK 1 William McEwan Younger 6 Sep 1905 15 Apr 1992 86
to     Extinct on his death
15 Apr 1992
YULE of Hugli River,Calcutta,India
30 Jan 1922 UK 1 David Yule 4 Aug 1858 3 Jul 1928 69
to     Extinct on his death
3 Jul 1928
Sir William Yorke, 1st and only baronet
'The London Chronicle' of 5 October 1776:-
'The death of Sir William Yorke, late Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, was owing to a mistake of his
servant. Sir William was grievously afflicted with the stone, and in a very severe fit he used to
take a certain quantity of drops of laudanum. On Monday evening last he called for his usual
remedy, during the most racking pains of his distemper; the drops could not be found. The
servant was dispatched to his apothecary at Brentford, but instead of laudanum drops he asked
for laudanum; a quantity was sent, with special charge not to give Sir William more than 24 
drops. The fellow forgetting the caution, gave the bottle into his master's hand, who in his
agony drank up the whole contents of the bottle, and expired in less than an hour after.'
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