Barons of Cartsburn (1669–Present)
Thomas Crawfurd of Cartsburn, 1st Baron of Cartsburn (1669–1695)
Thomas Crawfurd of Cartsburn, 2nd Baron of Cartsburn (1695–1743)
Archibald Crawfurd of Cartsburn, 3rd Baron of Cartsburn (1743–1783)
Thomas Crawfurd of Cartsburn, 4th Baron of Cartsburn (1783–1791), invited Robert Burns to stay at his country estate at Cartsburn. Burns himself writes of Thomas Crawfurd of Cartsburn’s “ingenious, friendly, and elegant epistle”. In his Preface to the Memoirs of Sir Ewen Cameron of Lochiel, Chief of the Clan Cameron, James Macknight describes Thomas as “a person of superior literary attainments”, who “collected a considerable library”.
Christian Crawfurd of Crawfurdsburn, 5th Baroness of Cartsburn (1791–1796) (married Robert Arthur)
Christian Crawfurd of Crawfurdsburn, 6th Baroness of Cartsburn (1796–1818) (married Thomas Macknight of Ratho)
William Macknight Crawfurd of Ratho, 7th Baron of Cartsburn (1818–1855)
Thomas Macknight Crawfurd of Cartsburn and Lauriston Castle, 8th Baron of Cartsburn (1856–1909), was credited with a number of ameliorations to the grounds of Lauriston Castle, a property which he acquired in 1871. He made general improvements to Lauriston, including the bringing of a number of architectural features from his estate at Cartsburn.
Marion Woddrop Dennistoun Mitchell Crawfurd of Cartsburn, 9th Baroness of Cartsburn (1909–1912) (married James Dennistoun Mitchell of Carwood)
Lilian Parkinson or Macknight Crawfurd of Cartsburn, 10th Baroness of Cartsburn (1912–1912) (liferent)
Robert Arthur Christie Crawfurd of Cartsburn, 11th Baron of Cartsburn (1912–1935) (with liferent to Lilian Parkinson or Macknight Crawfurd)
Amy Christie Crawfurd of Cartsburn, 12th Baroness of Cartsburn (1935–1958) (held in trust for her sons by her husband, 1958–1974)
Alan Howard Crawfurd Colls, 13th Baron of Cartsburn (1958–2008) (as senior heir and joint holder with his brother Richard Andrew Colls, for both of whom the Barony was held in trust 1958–1974)
Mark Paul Lindley-Highfield of Ballumbie Castle, 14th Baron of Cartsburn (2008–2010)
Dr. Pier Felice degli Uberti, 15th Baron of Cartsburn, belongs to an historical Italian family of the ancient Duchy of Monferrat, according to the tradition supported by some historians considered a branch of de Ubertis of Florence, with sure genealogical documentation from the beginning of XV Century. Heraldic heir of Cicugnone, a line of Counts of Cavaglià . Scholar in documentary sciences, President of International Commission for Orders of Chivalry – ICOC (1999 – present), President of Istituto Araldico Genealogico Italiano – IAGI (2002 – present), President of Federazione delle Associazioni Italiane di Genealogia, Storia di Famiglia, Araldica e Scienze Documentarie – FAIG (2003 – Present), 2nd Vice President of l’Academie Internationale de Généalogie – AIG (2010 – present), General Secretary of Confédération Internationale de Généalogie et d’Héraldique – CIGH (2009 – present) and President of Commission for Prizes and Medals (2008 – present), Academician of l’Academie Internationale d’Heraldique – AIH (2007 – present).