Same as Baron a#39;s Son. Esquire a Once used as a courtesy to otherwise untitled males, this is now dying out, and should be avoided unless the person addressed prefers the style. In such case, the abbreviation aquot;Esqaquot; follows immediately afteranbsp;...
|Title||:||Debrett's Handbook of Australia and New Zealand|
|Author||:||Debrett's Peerage Limited, Suzanne Duke, Debrett's Peerage (Firm)|