The caput (Caput Baroniae) of the Barony of Coldingham is Coldingham Priory.
The list of past Priors of Coldingham who were Feudal Lords of the Lordship and Barony of Coldingham and also the later Feudal Lords and Barons are in chronological order.

AD 1141 Symon
AD1151-1175 Herbert
AD1188-1199 Bertram
AD1202-1208 Aernald
AD1209 Radulf
AD1210-1214; Gaufrid
AD1215-1218 Thomas de Melsonby
AD1219-1240 Thomas Nisbit
AD1245 Richard
AD1250 A.....
AD1273 Roger de Walveston
AD1276-1296 Henry de Horncastre
AD1301-1303 William de Middleton
AD1304-1311 William de Gretham
AD1315-1322 Richard de Quixwood
AD1324-1326 Richard de Whiteworth
AD1328-1332 Adam de Ponte Fracto
AD1336-1339 William de Scacarro
AD1341-1354 William de Scaresburgh
AD1359-1362 William de Bamburgh
AD1364-1374 Robert Walworth
AD1375-1379 Robert Claxton
AD1380 Michael
AD1394 John Steel
AD1400-1417 John de Akecliff
AD1418-1431 William Drax
AD1432-1448 John Olle
AD1449 Thomas Ayre
AD1456-1469 John Pencher
AD1470-1483 Thomas Wren
AD1510-1513 Alexander Stuart
AD1513-1514 Andrew Forman
AD1514-1517 David Home
AD1518-1519 Robert Blackadder
AD1522-1531 William Douglas
AD1532-1541 Adam
AD1542-1563 John Stuart, born 1532, a natural son of James V and Catherine Carmichael. He married Jean, daughter of the Earl of Bothwell, and had three children. John Stuart died in 1563.
AD1563-1565 Sir Alexander Home of Manderston. He was appointed by Mary, Queen of Scots, however later he opposed her and was killed at the battle of Langside in 1568.
AD1566 Francis Stuart, elder son of the late Prior John Stuart, and a godson of Mary, Queen of Scots.
AD1566-1570 John Maitland, second son of Sir Richard Maitland of Lethington. Prior John was also Keeper of the Privy Seal and a Lord of Session, High Chancellor, and latterly Lord Maitland of Thirlstane.
AD1570-1620 Alexander, Lord Home. Alexander Hume of Manderston for services to the king, such as opposing the Earl of Bothwell, had the priory and its revenues conferred on him.
AD1620 James, Earl of Home born 1615 became 3rd Earl of Home by on 28 September 1620, was served heir to his father Alexander, Earl of Home, Lord Coldingham and Dunglas, in several properties including the lordship and barony of Coldingham. [NAS.S/H] Earl James was a Royalist and fought at the Battle of Preston in 1648 against the forces of Oliver Cromwell. The Earl married Jean, daughter of the Earl of Morton and had four sons – Alexander, James, Charles, and William, and a daughter Isabel.
Alexander Home, 4th Earl of Home, was Sheriff of Berwickshire, a Gentleman of the Privy Chamber to King Charles II. Alexander married Anne, daughter of the Earl of Dorset but as the couple were childless the lands and titles went to his next brother, James.
James Home, 5th Earl of Home, married Anne, daughter of the Earl of Dalhousie. The Earl was Sheriff of Berwickshire during the Covenanting troubles. He died without issue and was succeeded by his next brother, Charles.
Charles Home, 6th Earl of Home, was an MP and an opponent of the Act of Union. He died in 1706 leaving his wife Anne Purves and six children, of whom the eldest Alexander succeeded.
Alexander Home, 7th Earl of Home, was a Representative Peer for Scotland, and General of the Mint. He was imprisoned in Edinburgh Castle as a suspected Jacobite in 1715 to 1716. Alexander died in 1720 and was succeeded by his second son William.
William Home, 8th Earl of Home, was a professional soldier and fought on the continent and also in Scotland against the Jacobites. He died in 1761 as Governor of Gibraltar. Earl William married a Mrs Elizabeth Lawes but they had no children, so his lands and titles went to his next surviving brother Alexander.
Alexander Home, 9th Earl of Home, was an Anglican clergyman. He married twice, firstly to Primrose, daughter of Lord Elphinstone, and secondly to his cousin Marion Home, and thirdly to an Abigail Brown. By his first marriage he had a son, who was killed at the Battle of Guilford in 1781 during the American War of Independence, and daughter. By his third marriage he had four children including his heir Alexander.
Alexander Home, 10th Earl of Home, was born in 1769 and succeeded to the lands and titles in 1786. He was a Representative Peer for Scotland, Lord Lieutenant of Berwickshire, and Colonel of the Berwickshire Militia. He married Elizabeth, daughter of the Duke of Buccleuch and the couple had three sons of whom the eldest succeeded in 1841.
Cospatrick Alexander Home, 11th Earl of Home, born 1799, died 1881. He was Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, a Representative Peer, Keeper of the Great Seal of Scotland, and Lieutenant General of the Royal Company of Archers. In 1873 he became Baron Douglas of Douglas in the Peerage of the UK. Cospatrick was succeeded by his eldest son Charles.
Charles Alexander Douglas Home, 12th Earl of Home, born 1834, Knight of the Thistle, Lord Lieutenant of Lanarkshire, Deputy Lieutenant of Berwickshire and Glasgow. He married Maria, daughter of Captain Charles Grey of the Royal Navy in 1870, and died in 1914.
Charles Cospatrick Archibald Home, 13th Earl of Home, born 1873. Knight of the Thistle, Colonel in the Territorial Army, Captain of the Royal Company of Archers, and husband of Lilian, daughter of the Earl of Durham. He was succeeded by his eldest son Alexander.
Alexander Frederick Douglas-Home, 14th Earl of Home, politician and Prime Minister, husband of Elizabeth, daughter of the Dean of Durham. Sir Alec disclaimed his peerage for life in 1963. On his death in 1995 the lands and titles went to his son David Alexander Cospatrick Douglas-Home, 15th Earl of Home.
The dignity and title of the Lordship and Barony of Coldingham was passed to Dr Peter Leando in 2010 with the assignation being completed on the 14th December 2010.
The caput (Caput Baroniae) of the Barony of Coldingham is Coldingham Priory.