The first title was created in the peerage of England in 1694 for John Sheffield, who was awarded a higher title a few years later. The title became extinct with the death of his son. The second title was created in the peerage of the United Kingdom for Constantine Henry Phipps on June 25, 1838.
The subsidiary titles of the present Marquess of Normanby are: Earl of Mulgrave (created 1812), Viscount Normanby (1812) and Baron Mulgrave (1767 and 1794). The Barony of Mulgrave was first created in the Peerage of Ireland, and then again in the Peerage of Great Britain. The remaining titles are in the Peerage of the United Kingdom.
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2 Marquesses of Normanby, second Creation (1838)
Marquesses of Normanby, first Creation (1694)
Marquesses of Normanby, second Creation (1838)