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  1. For peer review, see Wikipedia:Peer review. This WikiProject primarily aims to standardise pages about peerages and baronetcies in the United Kingdom and Ireland (including the former states of England, Scotland, and Great Britain), and their holders. Contents 1 Peerage 1.1 Pages on peerages 2 Earls of Anyplace; First creation (1700)

    • Overview
    • Baron Mowbray
    • Why are baronets listed by surname?
    • Numbering of Earls of Winchilsea
    • User script to detect unreliable sources
    • Lists of children

    Archives /Archive index bot generated topic index WikiProject Peerage 01. August 2003 – January 2004 02. January 2004 03. January 2004 – June 2004 04. August 2004 – May 2006 05. June 2006 – December 2007 WikiProject Baronetcies 06. September 2006 – August 2008 WikiProject Peerage and Baronetage 07. March 2008 – December 2009 08. January 2010 – Dece...

    There is an issue with the numbering of these barons. As best I can tell from the history, one editor created pages for the individual holders, while separately the Barony page was created, but the numbers there didn't match thos of the individual pages. This was originally addressed with piping, but then a set of double numbers was used. The lower...

    I don't understand why we have created so many articles with the title "XXXX baronets". This appears to be based on the practise of a number of books of listing baronets in alphabetical order, but makes little sense from an article point of view - who is going to be searching for "Smith Baronets" where they will find what amounts to a disambiguatio...

    The issue of contradictory sources for the numbering of the Earls of Winchilsea was raised on that article's talk page five years ago but has remained unanswered; it affects quite a few articles. The difference seems to concern the status of Sir Moyle Finch, 1st Baronet, the husband of Elizabeth Finch, 1st Countess of Winchilsea. His article makes ...

    I have made a small user script to detect and highlight various links to unreliable sources and predatory journals. Some of you may already be familiar with it, given it is currently the 39th most imported script on Wikipedia. The idea is that it takes something like 1. John Smith "Article of things" Deprecated.com. Accessed 2020-02-14. and turns i...

    I feel that a list of children is a useful item in most aristocratic biographies, even if many FA-level aristocratic biographies do without them. If both parents are notable, this list might appear on both biographies. It might also be useful to have a list of siblings. I found that the list of siblings was less important and can be annoying when i...

  2. This is a list of pages in the scope of Wikipedia:WikiProject Peerage and Baronetage along with pageviews. To report bugs, please write on the Community tech bot talk page on Meta. List. Period: 2022-05-01 to 2022-05-31 Total views: 22,344,942 Updated: 02:17, 22 June 2022 (UTC)

  3. RM. 08 Mar 2016 – William Fairbairn move request by 184.145.18.50 was closed; discussion 26 Jun 2015 – William Thomson, 1st Baron Kelvin move request by Zacwill16 was closed; discussion

  4. Baronetcy Terr des Which Date Extant On List of On B of Bartcy page; Anstruther: Balcaskie: NS: 1641: Yes: Yes: No: No Anstruther: Balcaskie: NS: 1641: Yes: Yes: No ...

  5. Furthermore, it would appear that you're already affiliated with Wikipedia:WikiProject Peerage. My suggestion then is that you get the agreement of the WikiProject Peerage folks (most of whom are probably the same folks as here anyway! :)) and have WikiProject Peerage become a child project of WikiProject Biography.

  6. Quick links: AfD PROD CfD TfD RfD FfD MfD FAC FLC FTC ACR GAN GTC FAR FLRC FTRC GAR RfC PR RM MRG SPL AFC (). Articles for deletion. 06 Jun 2022 – Keith Arbuthnott, 17th Viscount of Arbuthnott AfDed by John a s (t · c) was closed as delete by Liz (t · c) on 16 Jun 2022; see discussion (5 participants; relisted)