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Craik baronets

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The Craik Baronetcy, of Kennoway in the County of Fife, was a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom. It was created on 27 January 1926 for the politician Henry Craik. The title became extinct in 1955 on the death of his younger son, the 3rd Baronet.

Incumbents

  • Sir Henry Craik, 1st Baronet (1846–1927)
  • Sir George Lillie Craik, 2nd Baronet (1874–1929)
  • Sir Henry Duffield Craik, 3rd Baronet (1876–1955), Governor of the Punjab 1938–41
  • References

    Craik baronets Wikipedia


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