Ayloffe baronets

The Ayloffe Baronetcy, of Braxted Magna in the County of Essex, was a title in the Baronetage of England. It was created on 25 November 1611 for Sir William Ayloffe, subsequently Member of Parliament for Stockbridge. The second Baronet was High Sheriff of Essex and supported the Royalist cause in the Civil War. The third Baronet was an officer in the Royalist army during the Civil War. The fourth Baronet was a London merchant. The fifth Baronet was Rector of Stanford Rivers in Essex from 1707 until 1730. The sixth Baronet was an antiquary. The title became extinct on his death 19 April 1781.[1]

William Ayloffe, father of the first Baronet, was a distinguished judge.

Ayloffe baronets, of Braxted Magna (1611)


  1. Cokayne 1900, p. 93.


  • Cokayne, George Edward, ed. (1900). Complete Baronetage 1611–1625. 1. Exeter: William Pollard and Co. p. 93,94.
Baronetage of England
Preceded by
Puckering baronets
Ayloffe baronets

(of Braxted Magna)
25 November 1611

Succeeded by
Wray baronets
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