Medieval source material on the internet: Modern works: Peerages and other compilations
(4) Peerages and other compilations
- Carl Boyer, 3rd, Medieval Welsh Ancestors of Certain Americans. (2004) (FamilySearch)
Some people may find this useful, though sadly the poor quality of the images means that much of the text can be read only by guesswork.
- G.E.C. [George Edward Cokayne], ed., Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom: Extant, Extinct, or Dormant.
(8 volumes, 1887-1898)
These volumes have been superseded by those of the second edition, and links are provided only for reference purposes.
- G.E.C. [George Edward Cokayne], The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom: Extant, Extinct, or Dormant.
(13 volumes in 14 parts, 1910-1959; with a 14th volume of corrections and additions, 1998)
- G.E.C. [George Edward Cokayne], ed., Complete Baronetage
(5 volumes, 1900-1906)
- Sir Robert Douglas, The Baronage of Scotland (1798) (Robert Battle)
Page images, with links to the first page of each article, and to each page of the surname index.
The English Peerage or, a view of the
Ancient and Present State of the English Nobility (1790)
- Joseph Hunter; ed. John W. Clay, Familiae Minorum Gentium (4 vols, 1891-1896)
- George W. Marshall Le Neve's pedigrees of the knights made by King Charles II., King James II., King William III. and Queen Mary, King William alone, and Queen Anne (1873) (Google Books [Hints and tips])
Harleian Society, Publications, number 8.
[Other copies at: Google Books [Hints and tips]; Internet Archive - Text Archive: 1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 4 ; 5 ; 6 ; 7 .]
Moncreiffe's Family Records (Sir Iain Moncreiffe of that Ilk; The Baronage Press)
In the early stages of preparation