Cunningham Baronets

There have been six Cunningham baronetcies:

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Cunningham Baronets of Cunninghamhead, Ayr

Created in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia 4 July 1627
  • Sir William Cunningham, 1st Baronet (d. c1640)
  • Sir William Cunningham, 2nd Baronet (d. 1670)
  • Sir William Cunningham, 3rd Baronet (d. 1724)
Extinct on 3rd Baronet's death without issue.

Cunningham Baronets of Auchinhervie, Ayr (1st creation)

Created in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia 23 December 1633
  • David Cunningham, 1st Baronet of Auchinhervie, double baron, Auchenharvie was a Scottish baronetage.
  • Sir Robert Cunningham, 2nd Baronet of Auchinhervie (d. before 1674)
  • Sir Robert Cunningham, 3rd Baronet of Auchinhervie (d. before 1677)
  • Sir Robert Cunningham, 4th Baronet of Auchinhervie (d.July 10, 1715)
  • Sir James Cunningham, 5th Baronet of Auchinhervie (did not assume baronetcy)
  • Sir Robert Cunningham, 6th Baronet of Auchinhervie (d. 1733) unmarried/under age.
Dormant on his death

Cunningham Baronets of Robertland

Created in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia 25 November 1630
from 7th Baronet, c1800, Cunningham-Fairlie

Cunningham Baronets of Auchinhervie, Ayr (2nd creation)

Created in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia 3 August 1673
  • Sir Robert Cunningham, 1st Baronet
  • Sir Robert Cunningham, 2nd Baronet
Extant

Cunningham Baronets of Hyndhope, Selkirk

Created in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom 7 July 1942
  • Sir Andrew Browne Cunningham, 1st Baronet
He was subsequently created Viscount Cunningham of Hyndhope with which title the baronetcy then merged until its extinction in 1963

Cunningham Baronets of Crookedstone, Killead

Created in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom 22 November 1963
Extinct

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