Viscount Strathallan

The title of Lord Maderty was created in 1609 for James Drummond, a younger son of the 2nd Lord Drummond of Cargill. The titles of Viscount Strathallan and Lord Drummond of Cromlix were created in 1686 for William Drummond, a younger son of the 2nd Lord Madderty. Both creations were in the Peerage of Scotland, and are now held by the Earl of Perth.

Lords Maderty (1609)

title passes to a descendant of the 1st Viscount Strathallan, who becomes 4th Lord Maderty (below)

Viscounts Strathallan (1686)

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