The Regency Hierarchy: Understanding Peerage Titles in 19th Century England

Learn about peerage titles during Regency England: dukes, marquesses, viscounts, earls, barons, knights, and baronets.

The Regency era (1811-1820) marked a significant period in British history, characterized by social refinement and a rigid class structure. The peerage system, comprising various noble titles, played a central role in defining the social hierarchy of the time.

Check out my guest post over on Always Austen about the Peerage Titles in 19th Century England.