The Order of St Patrick remains technically extant.
It features in the orders of chivalry section of the Royal Family website.
The Knights listed below had connections in one form or another with Northern Ireland.
- 2nd Earl of Clanbrassil 1783
- 1st Earl of Charlemont 1783
- 1st Earl of Ely 1783
- 1st Marquess of Ely 1794
- 2nd Earl of Roden 1806
- 2nd Marquess of Ely 1807
- 1st Earl O'Neill 1809
- 2nd Earl of Enniskillen 1810
- 2nd Marquess of Donegall 1821
- 2nd Earl of Caledon 1821
- 3rd Earl of Roden 1821
- 2nd Earl of Charlemont 1831
- 3rd Marquess of Downshire 1831
- 10th Viscount Massereene 1851
- 3rd Earl of Gosford 1855
- 4th Marquess of Londonderry 1856
- 3rd Marquess of Donegall 1857
- 4th Marquess of Downshire 1859
- 1st Marquess of Dufferin & Ava 1864
- 2nd Baron Lurgan 1864
- 3rd Earl of Charlemont 1865
- 3rd Earl of Erne 1868
- 4th Earl of Gosford 1869
- 5th Marquess of Londonderry 1874
- 7th Duke of Manchester 1877
- 4th Earl of Erne 1889
- 3rd Earl of Kilmorey 1890
- 4th Earl of Caledon 1897
- 4th Earl of Enniskillen 1902
- 24th Baron de Ros 1902
- 1st Viscount Pirrie 1909
- 9th Earl of Shaftesbury 1911
- 3rd Duke of Abercorn 1922
The Most Noble James, 3rd Duke of Abercorn, KG KP PC, was the final non-royal conferral before the Order went into abeyance.
First published on the 17th March, 2011.