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The Knights 
of England 



The Knights 
of England 



A Complete Record from the Earliest Time to the 
Present Day of the Knights of all the Orders of 
Chivalry in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and 
of Knights Bachelors 

BY 

WM. A. SHAW, LITT.D. 

Editor of the Calendar of Treasury Papers at H.M. Record Office ; 
Author of the History of the English Church under the 
Commonwealth ; A uthor of the History of Currency ; etc. 



INCORPORATING 

A COMPLETE LIST OF KNIGHTS BACHELORS DUBBED IN IRELAND 

Compiled by 

G. D. BURTCHAELL, M.A., M.R.I.A. 

Barrister-at-Law, Office of Arms, Ireland 

Author of Genealogical Memoirs of the Members of Parliament i 

for Kilkenny I 

VOL. I. 




Printed and Published for the 

CENTRAL CHANCERY OF THE ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD, 
LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S OFFICE, ST. JAMES'S PALACE 

SHERRATT AND HUGHES 
LONDON 1906 



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CONTENTS 

VOL. I. 

PAGE 

Preface i- xii - 

Introduction i.-lxih. 

Knights of the Garter 1-72 

Knights of the Thistle 75-89 

Knights of St. Patrick 93-106 

Knights of the Bath, K.B 109-179 

G.C.B. military 180-204 

G.C.B. civil 205-216 

K.C.B. military 217-276 

K.C.B. civil 277-301 

Knights of the Star of India, K.S.I 305-307 

G.C.S.I 308-314 

K.C.S.1 315-328 

Knights of St. Michael and St. George, G.C.M.G 331-349 

K.C.M.G 350-395 

Knights of the Indian Empire, K.I.E 399-400 

G.C.I.E 401-404 

K.C.I.E 405-412 

Knights of the Victorian Order, Victorian Chain 415-416 

G.C.V.O 417-421 

G.C.V.O., honorary 422-431 

K.C.V.O 432-437 

K.C.V.O., honorary 438-443 

Knights of the Guelphic Order, G.C.H 447-453 

K.C.H 454-462 

K.H. ...463-479 



VOL. II. 

PAGE 

Knights Bachelors 5-420 

Index ,..at end of vol. ii. 



preface. 



Preface. 



IN the compilation of this book the following sources have been 
used : 

(1) For the ORDER OF THE GARTER the earlier portions of the list 
are based upon Beltz, Ashmole, Anstis, and Nicolas, primarily of 
course upon Beltz. But as Beltz includes King Edward III. among 
the original knights founders, and as I exclude him from their 
number (on the principle that the Sovereign stands outside 
the fraternity of knights proper), there is a difference between my 
enumeration and that of Beltz. I have also adopted a different 
method of expressing the succession. Where these authorities cease, 
I have relied entirely on the original records of the Order, viz., the 
Register of the Garter; Young's MS. Register, and the other 
collections, volumes, and loose papers of Garter King of Arms. 
For the very freest access to these records and kindest assistance 
throughout I am indebted to the courtesy of Sir Alfred Scott Scott- 
Gatty, Garter King of Arms, and of the Very Reverend Philip P. 
Eliot, D.D., Dean of Windsor. 

(2) The lists of the ORDER OF THE THISTLE are based entirely on 
the original records of the Order. These records consist of two 
volumes of registers and a mass of papers. The registers were 
carefully kept, and the entries fully recorded in them until the 
year 1830. From that date no further entry was made in 
them, and it is quite clear that these volumes dropped out 
of sight until they were re-discovered in the present year. 
The loose papers consisted of the usual official papers relating 
to knighthoods, ceremonial, and the statutes of the Order. To 
facilitate reference to all this material Sir Duncan A. D. Campbell, 
Bart., Usher of the Green Rod, and Secretary of the Order of the 
Thistle, most considerately had it all removed from the Heralds' 
College to the Record Office, and there we have together gone through 
the whole, sorted, classified and arranged it chronologically, and 
prepared the whole mass of it for the binder. As so arranged the 
knighthood papers extend to ten volumes, the official and ceremonial 

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papers to two more volumes, and the statutes fill a final volume. 
The whole thirteen volumes are now being bound at Sir Duncan's 
private expense. In giving me access to the papers and his most 
ungrudging co-operation throughout Sir Duncan has laid me under 
the greatest obligation. 

(3) The lists of the ORDER OF ST. PATRICK were taken directly in 
the first place from those published by G. E. Cockayne, Esq., Clarenceux 
in the Genealogist in 1888, with MS. additions from that date down 
to 1902, most kindly furnished to me by Clarenceux himself. This 
list was then submitted to Sir Arthur E. Vicars, K.C.V.O., Ulster 
King of Arms, and by him most carefully collated with the original 
records of the Order, and amended, annotated, and amplified. The 
kindness of Sir Arthur Yicars in this is enhanced by the fact that 
he had himself intended to print and prepare for the press just such 
a list. It is impossible to express sufficient appreciation of such 
courtesy. 

(4) For the records of the ORDER OF THE BATH the most diverse 
and varied sources have been used. For the very earlier periods the 
ultimate records are the Close Rolls and Wardrobe Accounts, pre- 
served in the Public Record Office. Early in the eighteenth century 
Anstis surveyed this untravelled ocean of material with a zeal that 
would put to the blush any modern scholar. The results he published 
in the appendix to his " Essay upon the Knighthood of the Bath " 
(1725). This appendix has been the fountain head from which all later 
writers have drawn their information as to the early Knights of the 
Bath, and in the main in the present volume I have followed it and 
the appendix in Vol. III. of Nicolas. Here and there, however, I have 
gone behind Anstis to the original rolls and wardrobe accounts, with 
results that convince me that there is a rich harvest awaiting the man 
who will dare to do over again the work which Anstis did nearly 
two centuries since. In addition, I have printed from Ashmole the 
list of Knights of the Bath, made in 34 Edw. I., a list which Anstis, 
consciously, and Nicolas, unconsciously, omitted to print. 

After the wardrobe accounts I have used the better known 
Heraldic MSS. from the date that these latter commence, viz., the 
early part of the fifteenth century. 
These comprise the following: 

Harl. MS. 2165, fo. 134 (Bath Knights in 1603). 
Lansdowne MS. 865, fo. 153-7 (Bath Knights temp. James I. 
and Charles I.). 



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Lansdowne MS, 261, fo. 140^ (Bath Knights temp. James L). 

Lansdowne MS. 94, p. 137 (Bath Knights in 1603). 

Lansdowne MS. 269, fo. 241 (Bath Knights temp. Charles I.). 

Harl. MS. 1462 (Bath Knights in 1603). 

Addit, MS. 34217 (Bath Knights in 1625). 

Addit. MS. 33053 (Newcastle Papers. Bath Knights about 
1752). 

Addit. 6303, fo. 38 (Bath Knights in 1661). 

Stowe MS. 731 (Bath Knights in 1725). 

Addit. 34721 c. (Bath Knights from 1725). 

Harl. MS. 41, fos. i., 18, 25 (roughly Bath Knights temp. 
Edward IV.). 

Stowe MS. 1047, fo. 225 (same). 

Harl. MS. 1386, fos. 16, 18 (Bath Knights temp. Richard III., 
Henry 'IV.). 

Lansdowne MS. 255, fo. 450 (Bath Knights temp. Henry VII.). 

Harl. 1951 (Bath Knights temp. James I. and Charles L). 

Harl. 6341 and addit. MSS. 6324 to 6328 (Bath Knights from 
1725). 

Harl. MS. 6166, fo. 130-2 (Bath Knights temp. Queen Mary). 
And in addition the following MSS. which will be found more 
fully described (infra pp. viii. ix.). 

Harl. 5177; Harl. 6063; Cotton Claud C. III.; Harl. 1156; 

Harl. 293; Harl. 1959; Harl. 6069. 

The above sources extend from the earliest beginnings of Knight- 
hood by the Bath to the definitive erection of the Order of the Bath 
by George I. in 1725. From this latter date I have used several 
parallel sources, viz.: (1) the Gazette; (2) the records of the Home 
Office as printed in the Calendar of Home Office papers; (3) the 
appendix to vol. iii. of Nicolas; (4) the records of the Bath as 
preserved in 12 folio MS. volumes at the War Office which I have 
collated from their commencement in 1827 to the present day ; (5) the 
MS. records of the Order itself. These records were until his death 
in the keeping of Sir Albert Woods at the College of Arms. After 
his death they were, on the formation of the Central Chancery of 
Knighthood, transferred by Sir Albert's literary executors to the 
custody of the Central Chancery in the Lord Chamberlain's depart- 
ment at St. James's Palace. I must defer any full statement on 
them to another occasion. For access to them I am indebted first 
and foremost to the courtesy of Sir Arthur E. A. Ellis, G.C.V.O., 



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Comptroller in the Lord Chamberlain's department and Secretary 
and Registrar of the Central Chancery of Knighthood. For every 
assistance in handling them and also in connexion with many other 
parts of my book I am indebted to the officials of the Lord 
Chamberlain's department. Similarly for access to the records at 
the War Office, and for assistance in working them I am indebted to 
Mr. Leland L. Duncan, M.V.O., of the War Office. 

(5) The Lists of the ORDER OF THE STAR OF INDIA are based almost 
entirely on the Gazette, collated with the lists which appeared 
annually in Burke, Dod, and the Imperial Calendar, and collated also 
with a list of present living knights, which has been compiled in the 
Central Chancery of the Orders of Knighthood. The India Office in 
London does not possess the original register of the Order. If that 
register exists at all (which I cannot ascertain) it is in the keeping 
of the Secretary of the Order at Calcutta, and is quite inaccessible to 
me. Accordingly, I view this list of the Knights of the Star of India 
with dissatisfaction. Exactly the same sources have been used in 
compiling, and exactly the same remark applies to, the list of the 
Knights of the Order of the Indian Empire. In the indexing of the 
Indian names I have received very kind help from Mr. S. Gr. Smith, 
of the India Office. With regard to the spelling of Indian names it 
may be explained that there is as yet no normal standard or uniform 
spelling agreed upon as a convention. Accordingly the spelling 
followed throughout the text has been that of the Gazette regardless 
of the fact that the Gazette is often inconsistent with itself. When 
a convention has bsen established it will be easy to remedy this 
blemish. But in the index the spelling of the place names has been 
made to conform to that fixed in the last edition of the India Office 
List. 

(6) The lists of the ORDER OF ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE are 
based upon the original records of the Order, in the main upon the 
Register. This beautifully kept record is preserved at the Colonial 
Office, and for access to it, as well as for the kindest assistance 
in handling it, I am indebted to Mr. C. H. NiBlett, of the Colonial 
Office. Occasionally I have taken a brief statement of ' services' 
from the periodical lists of knights which the Colonial Office has 
printed. But otherwise, the statements of services contained in the 
following lists are drawn from the express words of the warrant of 
appointment, as contained in the Register, or from the London 
Gazette. My collation of the register of this Order has destroyed 
the superstitious reverence which I once felt for the London Gazette. 



PREFACE v 

All Englishmen have been bred in the belief that questions of 
promotion and of precedence are decided entirely by the date of 
gazetting. It was a rude shock to this belief to find that for 
more than 50 years of the history of the Order of St. Michael and 
St. George the dates of the warrants of appointment, as contained in 
the Register, never agree with the dates of gazetting. In some cases 
there is a difference even of months. There can surely be no doubt 
that if the Gazette does not agree with the warrant of appointment, 
then the Gazette is wrong. The warrant of appointment is the 
decisive and final authority. So far as 1 have been able to trace 
this matter the superstition with regard to the London Gazette has 
originated in the War Office. As army promotions and decorations 
are so closely connected, it is very convenient to have a single rule 
applicable to both, and to count both the one and the other from 
the date of gazetting. But it is illogical and historically very 
confusing and deplorable that this rule which has been adopted by 
the War Office as a mere matter of convenience should, by implication, 
have been extended to other Orders quite differently circumstanced. 

There are two alternative methods which are possible in gazetting. 
The first is to gazette only the date of appointment that is, to give 
to the Gazette notice the precise date of the warrant of appoint- 
ment. The objection to this method is that it leaves undefined the 
status of the individual for the interim period between the time of 
his appointment and the time of his investiture. If a man is 
gazetted as a knight bachelor on the 9th November and is actually 
dubbed by the King on the 21st December what is his status during 
the period Nov. 9 Dec. 21 ? He is certainly not a knight bachelor. 
He is certainly only an esquire until the very moment that he is 
dubbed. Then how can he possibly rank for precedence as a knight 
bachelor from a date at which he is still only an esquire ? Or again, 
take the case of a C. B. who is appointed a K.C.B. on the 24th June 
and is invested six months later. What is his status during those 
interim six months. The difficulty may be got over by a royal warrant 
(bearing even date with the warrant of appointment) containing a 
grant of the dignity and another royal warrant of same date granting 
him permission to wear the insignia and to enjoy the precedence 
of his new rank and the style and title of a knight bachelor of 
England. But this is a very cumbersome and clumsy way of getting 
round a perfectly simple difficulty, and it is only excusable if it is 



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applied indifferently to every individual a supposition which is not 
true in fact. 

The second alternative method is to gazette only the date of 
investiture (using that term for the moment as inclusive of the 
ceremony of dubbing) and to reckon all precedence from that date. 
This would be very precise, and would conform to the common 
sense conclusion that a man is not a knight till he is dubbed, and 
that a man cannot be a knight of an order until he has been first 
dubbed and then invested. 

There is only one forcible objection to this second method, and 
that is, that if the mere investiture were gazetted the outside world 
would miss the historical cause or reason for the conferring of the 
dignity. But this could be easily overcome by a note of the date of 
appointment accompanied by a brief description of occasion, or 
statement of services, to be placed in brackets after the name of each 
person invested or dubbed. 

On these lines a Gazette notice of investiture would run thus : 

1910, Jan. 20. At St. James's Palace. A.B. invested K.C.B. 

(having been appointed by warrant dated 1909, Dec. 11, in 

recognition of services for so and so, or on the occasion of 

the King's visit to so and so). 

In the same classes and on the same day the names would be 
arranged alphabetically, and there would be no distinction between 
those who being present were invested or dubbed personally and those 
who being absent in the colonies or India were invested or knighted 
by letters patent. This could be secured easily by making the letters 
patent bear the same date as the particular investiture. I can see no 
possible objection to making this method a rigorous rule for gazetting 
all and every species of preferment of honour. It could be open to 
absolutely no species of question or dispute as regards precedence, 
and would be an inestimable boon to the historical student. In 
compiling this book I have been confronted hundreds of times with 
three conflicting and different dates for one and the same preferment, 
viz., (1) the date of the warrant of appointment ; (2) the date of the 
gazetting, being subsequent to No. 1 ; and (3) the date of investiture, 
being again subsequent to No. 2. This is simply deplorable from the 
point of view of exact historical science. 

(7) The lists of the ORDER OF THE INDIAN EMPIRE have been 
compiled in exactly the same manner as those of the Star of India 



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(supra, p. iv.), and exactly the same remark applies as to their 
unsatisfactory nature. 

(8) The lists of the ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER are based upon the 
original records of the Order as preserved in the Privy Purse Office 
at Buckingham Palace. For access to these records I am indebted 
to the courtesy of the Rt. Hon. Sir Dighton Macnaghten 
Probyn, P.O., G.C.B., G.C.V.O. 

(9) The lists of the ROYAL HANOVERIAN GUELPHIC ORDER are the 
most unsatisfactory in the whole book, for the simple reason that I 
have been quite unable to find the whereabouts of the original records 
of that Order. As the Order was a Hanoverian one the presumption 
was that on the separation of the kingdoms the records would be 
removed from the old German Chancery at St. James's to Hanover. 
But Dr. Doebner, Staatsarchivar at Hanover, has kindly informed me 
that the records which are at present preserved among the archives 
of the Hanoverian Ministry for Foreign Affairs concern only the 
German and not the English Knights of that Order. All my 
enquiries after the records relating to the English Knights of the 
Order have been fruitless. It is quite clear that Sir Harris Nicolas 
never saw the original records, so presumably they had vanished even 
as early as 1842. As a result the lists contained in the following 
pages have been drawn entirely from the annual "Koniglich 
grossbritannisch-hannoverscher Staatskalendar " known later as the 
" Hof- und Staats Handbuch fur das Konigreich Hannover." 

These lists have been collated with those given by Nicolas, and 
with the imperfect lists given in John Frost's "Translation of the 
Statutes of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, with a list of 
Grand Crosses, Commanders and Knights" London, 1831. 

None of these authorities give the exact date (year, month, and 
day) of appointment of the various knights, so that for the present 
the reader will have to be content with the simple record of the year 
only and with the general statement that the appointments to the 
Order were usually made early in the year. 

(10) Finally, as to the KNIGHTS BACHELORS. The reader will 
gather from the introduction (infra, p. xlix.), the enormous difficulty 
attending the compilation of a list of knights bachelors from the 
earliest times. There has never existed a register of knights 
bachelors from the earliest times. Reasons are given below p. xlix li. 
for the opinion that the register which James I. instituted in 1622 
has not been properly kept. In the absence of such a record for the 



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earlier period I have fallen back upon certain heraldic MSS. For 
the seventeenth century onwards I have relied upon the register at 
the Heralds' College, some of the MSS. mentioned below, the London 
Gazette, and general historical sources. 

The heraldic MSS. so employed for the earlier period have been 
as follow : 

Harl. MS. 5177. Gives from fo. 102 onwards a note of 
knights made in the reigns of Henry VI., Edward IV., 
Richard III., Henry VII., Henry VIII., Edward VI., 
Queen Mary, and Queen Elizabeth, unto the year 1584. 
This MS. includes both Knights Bachelors, and Knights 
of the Bath. 

Harl. MS. 6063. ' List of Knights from Edward III. to 1624.' 
This MS. also gives both Knights of the Bath and Knights 
Bachelors. 

Harl. MS. 6062. Knights made 16031636, with an alpha- 
betical index, by Sir Rich. St. George. 

Cotton MS. Claudius C. III., the well known MS. which 
formed the main basis of a great part of Metcalfe's 
Book of Knights. This MS. begins in 1426 and ends on 
the 24th July, 1624. It gives both Knights of the Bath 
and Knights Bachelors. 

Lansdowne MS. 678. A catalogue of all the Knights dubbed 
in the reigns of Elizabeth and James I., drawn into an 
alphabet. 

Harl. MS. 6141. Containing Knights made in 1536, and from 
1592 to 1607, March 29th. 

Harl. MS. 1156, p. 82. Knights made at the Siege of Calais 
by Edward III.; p. 71-3. Knights of the Bath and 
Bachelors temp. Edward VI. ; p. 102, Knights temp. 
Elizabeth, arranged alphabetically. 

Harl. MS. 3320. Contains Bath Knights temp. James I., 
and from pp. 405-56, " a general catalogue of all Bachelor 
Knights made by King James, with the place of their 
knighthood, the day of the month and year . . . from the 
first year of His Majesty's reign to the 2nd day of March, 
16167, drawn up alphabetically. 

Addit. MS. 5482. Dubbings from 36 Henry VIII. onwards. 

Lansd. MS. 870. Alphabetical catalogue of knights 1625-1646 
and a similar but mutilated alphabetical catalogue of 
knights 1660-1686. 

Addit. MS. 32102. Knights from 1558-1752. 



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Harl. 983. Alphabetical catalogue of knights temp. Eliz. ; 
knights made by James I.; knights made by Charles I. 
to 1633. 

Harl. MS. 1441. Knights by King James. 

Harl. MS. 293. Knights made (roughly) temp. Edward IV. 
and Richard III., and Knights temp. James I. 

Addit. MS. 34766. "Anthony Bering's Alphabet of English 
Knights, 1550-1660." This British Museum MS. is a 
copy. The original MS. is preserved in the Office of 
Arms, at Dublin Castle, and has been kindly collated for 
this book by Mr. GK D. Burtchaell, of that office. From 
folio 89 of the British Museum copy I have taken the List 
of Knights made by Oliver Cromwell. 

Harl. 1959. Bath Knights and Knights Bachelors made 

temp. James I. 

Addit. MS. 4784. Knights made in Ireland from 1599 to 1639. 
Addit. 4763, pp. 12, 13. Knights made in Ireland temp. 

Elizabeth. 

Harl. MS. 35. Knights by Essex in Ireland. 
Addit. 5482. Bath Knights, Henry IV. Henry VII., and 

Bachelor Knights, Henry VIII. Elizabeth. 
Harl. 1925 and Lansdowne 94. Knights Bachelors and Bath 

Knights made in 1603. 
Harl. 1408, f o. 58*>. Knights made 19 October, 1553, " out of 

a book in the Office of Arms marked with a letter K, 

intituled burials in several churches, &c." 
Harl. 6069, fos. 107-12. Knights Bachelors temp. Henry VIII. 

and Bath Knights temp. Queen Mary. 
Harl. MSS. 5801, 5802 (Le Neve's "Pedigrees of Knights") 

have been printed by the Harleian Society. 
Harl. 304, fo. 140K Knights of the Carpet temp. Henry VII. 
Cotton MS. Titus B. VIII. Knights Bachelors temp. Eliz. 
Cotton MS. Titus B. XI., fo. 21. Knights in 1449. 
Ashmolean MS. 1121, fo. 431-67 and fo. 468. Knights 

Bachelors temp. Henry VII. and Henry VIII. 
Ashmolean 805, f o. 1-9. Knights Bachelors temp. Henry VIII. 
Ashmolean 840. Knights Bachelors temp. Elizabeth. 
Ashmolean 219, p. 133. Names of 58 Knights made in 

Ireland by the Earl of Essex. 

No words of mine can convey an adequate idea of the welter, 
chaos, confusion and contradictions of these manuscripts. The 
names of Knights are given with every possible variation, the lists 



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disagree perpetually amongst themselves in the order of the names, 
and the dates assigned to the battles or other occasions on which 
knighthoods occur, are in the majority of cases totally incorrect. In 
the attempt to collate these manuscripts and to verify them from 
extraneous sources, I have spent four painful years, and I regard the 
outcome as the most distressingly unsatisfactory piece of historical 
work I have ever set my hand to. I freely invite from everyone who 
uses the hook, corrections, additions, or the indication of fresh sources. 
Leaving this region of Cimmerian darkness, the records of 
dubbings of Knights Bachelors in modern times is almost as dis- 
tressing in its incompleteness. In the main I have relied on the 
Register, and the Gazette from the year 1667 onwards, employing 
alongside that work the printed sources which are described infra, 
p. xlix, and the Annual Lists of Knights Bachelors, from the middle 
of the 19th century, when these appear in the Royal Calendar, the 
Imperial Calendar, and the Annual Peerages, such as Burke and 
Dod. For access to the Register of Knights Bachelors which is 
preserved at the Heralds' College, and which I have collated 
exhaustively from its first page to the present day, I am indebted 
to the Chapter of the College. I have also received much help 
from Chas. H. Athill, Esq., Richmond Herald. For Knighthoods 
conferred by Letters patent three parallel sources exist (1) Docquet 
book of the Crown Office preserved at the House of Lords. This record 
commences with the close of the sixteenth century, and is in perfect 
state and practically unbroken in continuity. I have collated it up 
to the time (1833) when it meets the parallel record at the Home 
Office. For access to it I am indebted to the courtesy of 
J. W. Lisle, Esq., of the Crown Office. (2) From 1833 onwards the 
Home Office kept a separate record of all creations conferred by 
Letters patent. This is styled the Creation Book, and I have carefully 
collated the record throughout. It is to be understood as representing 
the initial step in the process of the issue of Letters patent to a 
grantee. The concluding steps are contained in the Crown Office 
Docquet Book, so that from the moment that the two series travel 
together they are to be regarded as duplicate, save for the important 
fact that the date of entries in the Home Office Creation Book is 
always that of the Secretary of State's letter setting a grant on 
foot, whilst the date in the Crown Office record is that of the 



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Letters patent itself, and is therefore bound to be some days later. 
For access to the Home Office Creation Book, and for the very kindest 
help in using it, I am indebted to Mr. A. H. Eggett, of the Home 
Office. (3) The Gazette. As a rule the Gazette gives the date, not of 
the Secretary of State's Letter, but of the Letters patent themselves. 

The main drawback to the Gazette as an authority for dubbings 
of Knights Bachelors is that until within the last few months it has 
never noticed casual dubbings; and failing the Gazette I know of 
no source from which such dubbings can be gathered together except 
the daily papers a source which no human being could ever work. 

The list of Knights dubbed in Ireland whose names are in- 
corporated seriatim among the Knights Bachelors in this book has 
been compiled by Mr. Gr. D. Burtchaell, of the Office of Arms, 
Ireland. The task of compiling this list has covered several years of 
exacting toil on Mr. Burtchaell's part, such as can only be properly 
appreciated by those who have any idea of the intricacy of the 
subject and of the unsatisfactory nature of all previous compilations 
of Irish Knights. Mr. Burtchaell's list was intended for separate 
publication, but on hearing of my book he freely offered to me the 
result of these years' toil, a generosity of which I have made all too 
insufficient acknowledgement by putting Mr. Burtchaell's name on 
the title page of the book. His separate introduction dealing with 
the sources he has used and the several historical problems connected 
with the subject will be found on page Iv. infra. 

The two introductions to the Order of the Bath and to Knights 
Bachelors (infra pp. x and xxxvii.) raise questions which will provoke 
discussion and probably dissent. The theories advanced are put 
forward without the slightest wilfulness or desire of contentiousness 
on my part. They are simply offered to scholars for their examina- 
tion, as suggestions towards the explanation of a really difficult 
subject. On this subject I have had the benefit of kindliest criticism 
and assistance from Mr. C. Johnson, of the Public Record Office. 

Before concluding, I would fain express my indebtedness to 
Sir Henry Maxwell-Lyte, Deputy Keeper of the Records, for advice 
and help in the preparation of this book. I first projected the work 
as a book of Knights Bachelors merely, and it is entirely due to 
Sir Henry's advice that I subsequently extended the scope of the 



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book, and included the Orders. In addition, Sir Henry has made 
many valuable suggestions. But neither he nor Mr. Johnson are in 
any way responsible for anything put forward in this work. 

As to my indebtedness to my wife that is beyond expression. 
Without her help I could not have accomplished such a task. She 
has turned over the Gazette, page by page, from the very earliest 
issue to the present day, taking out every knighthood, and has further 
assisted me in the transcription and indexing of the book, as well as 
in the stupefying work of collating with the annual publications, 
such as the Imperial Calendar, Burke and Dod. 

WM. A. SHAW. 



Jntrobuctton. 



Introduction. 



The Knights of the Garter. 

THE Order of the Garter dates from 1348. The opinion that the 

'4ft 



Order was founded in 1344 is demonstrably incorrect. What happened ' 
in 1344 was that Edward III., stirred to emulation by the formation 



at Lincoln of a voluntary association of knights, determined to found 
an Order himself. A* great tournament was held at Windsor, and at 
its close, after a stately service in Windsor Chapel, Edward swore a 
solemn oath that he would at the expiry of a certain time found a 
Round Table like King Arthur's Table of 300 knights. 

The account of Adam Murimuth (pp. 231-2) of which the above 
paragraph is a condensation is indubitably that of an eye witness, and 
completely disposes of all subsequent accounts like that of Froissart, 
etc. The outbreak of the French war prevented Edward from 
immediately carrying out his purpose, but in October, 1347, the king 
returned to England and at once set about fulfilling his oath. In the 
joustings which took place between October, 1347, and January, 1348, 
at Bury, Eltham, and Windsor, certain knights (possibly 12 in 
number) were chosen on the king's side and received garters and robes 
from the king's wardrobe. Certain other knights received similar 
gifts from the Black Prince and may therefore be presumed to have 
been chosen on his side for the jousting. 

At the same time the king was engaged in extending the ecclesias- 
tical foundation of Windsor Chapel. By letters patent of August, 
1348, it was erected into a College consisting of a Warden, 23 Canons, 
and 24 Poor Knights. Whether the first feast of the Order had 
already taken place at the preceding Easter of 1348 or was deferred 
until the completion of the ecclesiastical foundation we cannot say. 
The earliest feast of which we have authentic record is that of Easter, 
1350, of which the chronicle of Geoffrey Le Baker (p. 109) gives us so 
circumstancial an account. 



ii INTRODUCTION 

Even in Che days of Charles II. the original statutes of the order 
were no longer extant, and no transcript of them exists of an earlier 
date than the reign of Henry V. In his appendix to his " Institution, 
laws and ceremonies of the most noble order of the Garter" Ashmole 
has printed the earliest known form of these statutes. His text 
probably represents the ordinances observed by the Order with little 
change from the days of its institution to the time of Henry VIII. 
According to these ordinances there were to be 25 original knights 
rtogether with the Sovereign who was to be the King of England for 
(the time being. The knights were to wear the Garter and the mantle 
when in the Chapel of St. George, at Chapters, in processions and at 
leasts of the order. There were to be in addition 26 priests and 26 
poor knights. The remaining ordinances concerned the election and 
installation of the knights, their succession in their stalls, the 
affixing their escutcheons to their stalls and the ensigns and habits 
of the Order, viz., thejjarter, mantle, suncoat and hpod.__ 

To these ensigns was added in the reign of Henry VII. the collar 
of the order with the image of St. George pendant therefrom. A 
further addition was made in 1626 when it was ordained at a Chapter 
at Westminster that the knights should on ordinary occasions wear 
on the left side of their cloaks, coats and riding cassocks an 
escutcheon of the cross of St. George within the Garter. This badge 
was shortly after, in 1629, converted into a star by the addition of a 
glory or radii issuant from and surrounding the cross. 

Additional statutes concerning election of knights, ceremonial, 
dress, etc., etc., were enacted in the reigns of Henry V. (1418), Henry 
VI. (1423) and Edward IV. (14TT). In the ordinance made at a 
Chapter held at Windsor during the feast of 1488 it was prescribed 
that the annals of each Sovereign should be regularly kept and the 
elections and deaths of the knights duly registered. The reformation 
of the statutes of the order which was promulgated by Henry VIII. 
on the 29th May, 1519, was intended for the removal of all 
ambiguities and doubts touching certain of the ancient statutes. 
Among other fresh provisions contained in this reformation were one 
concerning precedence (which was ordered to be according to the 
companions' seniority in their stalls and not according to their 
several ranks) and another prescribing the holding of a Chapter for 
the purpose of filling a vacancy within six weeks of the notification of 
the death of a knight. The 38th Article of these statutes of Henry 
VIII. contains a clear prescription as to the weight and fashion of 



ORDER OF THE GARTER iii 

the collar, which is to be of 30 oz. troy weight, and composed of 
pieces of the fashion of Garters with a double rose between 
alternately, the one red the other within white. A further reforma- 
tion of the statutes projected and promulgated by Edward VI. in 
1553 was not carried into effect owing to the king's death. Under 
Elizabeth no material change was made in the Order save for the 
discontinuance of the annual St. George's feast at Windsor. The 
subsequent reformations under Charles I. (1636) and Charles II. 
(1669) are of less importance, but the ordinance of November 19, 
1682, concerning the wearing of the riband is worthy of note. This 
ordinance decreed 'that whereas King Charles I. had ordained that 
every knight companion not wearing the mantle should nevertheless 
wear upon the left side of his under habit or cassock the cross of St. 
George encompassed with the Garter; and whereas it had also been 
customary to wear the George in a blue riband over the habit it was 
now agreed that the riband with the George should be worn over the 
upper habit beltways over the left shoulder and under the right arm 
in such a manner as that it might be best seen.' 

With the exception of the appointment in 1704, December 20, of 
a 'formulary of ceremonies to be used at elections of knights' no 
further change of importance was made in the statutes of the Order 
until the close of the 18th century. Ever since the year 1567 the 
annual solemn convention of the knights on the 23rd April, the feast 
of St. George, had been discontinued. In addition to this Charles II. 
had obtained in August, 1680, an admission from the Chapter that 
he will of the Sovereign was the law of the Order an admission 
tvhich ran counter to all the past history of the Order. The drastic 
changes which were made in the Order in 1786 were based upon these 
revolutionary ideas. George III. wished to accelerate the reception of 
his four younger sons into the Order and to bestow three other garters 
which happened not to be vacant. He therefore in a chapter held at 
St. James's 2nd June, 1786, promulgated a new statute dated 1786, 
May 31, decreeing that the sons of the Sovereign should be excepted 
from (and therefore should be additional to) the original number of 
25 knights as decreed by the ancient statutes. The creation of these 
supernumerary knights necessitated an alteration in the arrangement 
of the stalls in St. George's Chapel. Nineteen years later a further 
enlargement of the Order took place. By a new statute dated 1805, 
January 10, and promulgated at a chapter held at St. James's 1805, 
January 17, it was decreed that the Order should consist of the 



iv INTRODUCTION 

Sovereign and 25 knights companions, together with such lineal 
descendants of George II. as had been elected or thereafter might be 
elected; the Prince of Wales always excepted as 'a constituent part 
of the original constitution, he having been included in the extending 
statute of 1T86, May 31. This precedent was again followed in 1831 
when a new statute dated 1831, June 28, and promulgated at a Chapter 
at Windsor on the 20th of August still further enlarged the Order by 
including in it as extra or supernumerary to the original 25 knights 
companions such lineal descendants of George I. as had been or 
might thereafter be elected into the order. In the following pages 
the extra knights created under these statutes will be found marked 
as supernumerary. Where any of the supernumerary knights were 
subsequently absorbed into the original number of 25 knights com- 
panions as any of the stalls of these latter fell vacant, the proper 
succession is stated in the list below. With regard to the marginal 
dates given in the following list they are to be understood as the date 
of election up to the middle of the 19th century and, unless otherwise 
stated, from the middle of the 19th century the dates are those of 
the letters patent dispensing with all ceremonies of installation. If the 
date of investiture and installation is identical with that of election it 
is in some cases not separately mentioned otherwise the separate dates 
are given. As there is no record of the precise date of election 
existing prior to the reign of Henry VI. the dates prior to that reign 
are mostly based upon deduction and are not to be taken as precise. 
They represent the date of the ascertained death or the last historic 
mention of the predecessor in the stall of the elected knight. 
Theoretically, according to the 20th statute of the order, an election 
in the room of a deceased knight should take place within six weeks 
of the notification of such decease. The inference therefore would 
be that where the marginal date gives the time of decease of a 
predecessor knight, the actual election should be dated only a few 
weeks later. But this inference is by no means a safe one to follow 
as there are many recorded instances of stalls being kept vacant for 
a much longer period. Such doubtful dates will be found marked 
in the following list by the use of the word ' after' in the margin. 
Theoretically the decisive or distinctive date should be, throughout, the 
date of installation [or of letters patent dispensing with installation] 
not that of election [nomination] or investiture. The 13th 
statute of the Order prescribes that stranger [or foreign] knights 
shall within seven months of the reception of the insignia send a 



ORDER OF THE GARTER v 

sufficient deputy to be installed as their proxy. If they send not 
such proxy and send no sufficient excuse the election then to be void. 
If they send sufficient excuse then a further four months' time is 
granted, and if the proxy be not sent within those four months then 
the election to be wholly void. In the case of knights not foreigners 
installation was according to the 21st statute to take place ' in all 
good diligence' after the reception of the Garter, and if it did not 
take place within 12 months thereafter, then the election was to be 
void. 

But as it is not possible in the earlier centuries of the history of 
the Order to state the dates of installation systematically I have of 
necessity followed the dates as printed by Beltz. From the point 
where Beltz's lists cease I have adhered rigorously to the date of * 
installation [or of the letters patent dispensing with installation]. \ 
In another matter I have ventured to vary from Beltz. He includes ! 
Edward III. among the original number of knights and numbers the 
original or founder knights 1 26 accordingly. I exclude the Sovereign 
from the number of knights and accordingly number the original 
or founder knights 1 25. There will therefore be found a difference 
of one unit all the way through between my enumeration and that of 
Beltz. With this exception I have preserved Beltz's order through- 
out because of the authority attaching to his book. But for this I 
should have been strongly tempted to alter the relative precedence or 
enumeration of two or three of the knights where important 
corrections of date have been made by later research (See numbers 
258-9). The only remaining point to notice (and it is a most 
important one) is that from the early part of the 19th century all 
foreign members of the Order are regarded as supernumerary or 
extra ; whereas previously they had been regarded as ordinary knights 
or constituent members within the limits of the original number 
of 25. 

The recognition of foreign potentates as supernumerary knights 
seems to have been of gradual growth. In the case of Alexander I. 
of Russia in 1813 he was elected a supernumerary knight by special 
statute. This election ' formed a precedent for subsequent similar 
[supernumerary] nominations of foreign potentates who previously 
had been elected only when a vacancy occurred. . . . After this period 
the missions [for conferring investiture on foreign potentates] 
appear to have been conducted with greater ceremony and the 



vi INTRODUCTION 

foreigners thus admitted into the order were for the first time 
reckoned as supernumerary knights.' 

"With regard to regulation of stalls, it is clear that up to the close 
of the 18th century the knights succeeded to their stalls according to 
seniority within the Order and without regard to their rank outside 
the Order. For instance, a knight, a subject of the Sovereign, might 
succeed to the Prince's stall. But when, from about the commence- 
ment of the 19th century, foreign royalties began to be looked upon 
as extra knights outside the original number of 25, it became 
necessary to revise the old customary regulation of the stalls. 
Accordingly a statute dealing with this subject and dated 1805, 
Feb. 2, was read and promulgated in a chapter of the Order on 
St. George's Day, 1805. This statute provided that the stalls of 
princes of the blood should be placed according to their rank nearest 
that of the Sovereign; that [foreign] emperors and kings should 
have their stalls next to those of the blood royal according to their 
elections and installations ; [foreign] sovereigns and princes similarly 
immediately next to emperors and kings, " and that all other 
Knights Companions subjects and strangers not of the dignity above- 
mentioned shall be installed in the lowest stalls so that they may 
be translated to the higher [as vacated by death] according to their 
seniority in the Order and the ancient practice of the same." 

This statute had the effect of introducing the arrangement 
of the stalls which exists at the present day, viz., that of devoting 
the stalls to the east of the chapel (to the left of the Sovereign's stall) 
to the royalties, and those to the west of the chapel (the right-hand 
side of the Sovereign's stall) to the 25 Knights Companions. 



ORDER OF THE THISTLE vii 



The Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of 
the Thistle. 

THE legendary antiquity generally ascribed by perfervid Scotsmen 
to the Order of the Thistle is unsupported by any historical evidence. 
The adoption of the Thistle as a royal badge does not appear to date 
I much earlier than the, reign of James III. of Scotland, and no collar, 
either of knighthood or even of the royal livery existed in Scotland 
before 1539 in the reign of James V. The mere fact that this king 
himself wore a collar composed partly of thistles and that such a 
collar with the cross or effigy of St. Andrew attached was placed 
round his achievement does not prove the existence of an Order 
composed of knights on whom the ensign had been bestowed by the 
sovereign. There is no evidence that any person received the ensign 
from the sovereign until the reign of James VII., or that any person 
prior to that date was styled a knigKt of th*e~ Order of St. Andrew 
or of the Thistle. 

The warrant of James II. oL-date 1687. May 29, though it 
purports only the revival of the Order, should be regarded as having 
in reality instituted the Order as such. The patent which was 
prepared in pursuance of this warrant never passed the Great Seal, 
and the statutes which were annexed to it have only the authority 
of the king's signet. According to these statutes the Order was to 
consist of J.2 knights with the sovereign. The Chapel of the Order 
was to be the Royal TTh'apftT" of H ojjrr nnH House. 

On the 6th June of the same year King James nominated 
8 knights, of whom 4 were invested at Windsor Castle on that day. 
The others being in Scotland, took the oath, were knighted and 
received the ensigns at Edinburgh shortly after. All the knights 
received letters of dispensation from instalment. The Order remained 
in abeyance during the reign of William and Mary, but was revived 
by queen Anne by letters patent under the great Seal of Scotland 



viii INTRODUCTION 

dated 1703, Dec. 31. On the same day she also ordained the statutes 

pf the Order which, with slight alterations, still obtain. The only 

fnaterial alteration in these statutes was that of 1827, May 8, when 

ihe number of knights was permanently increased from 12 to 16. 

By the statutes of queen Anne it was provided that before any one 

/ can be admitted into the Order of the Thistle he must be a knight 

(^ bacjiBlor. Strangely enough there is no provision in the statutes 

for the precedency of the knights, either collectively or individually. 



ORDER OF ST. PATRICK ix 



The Most Illustrious Order of St. Patrick. 

THE Most Illustrious Order of St. Patrick was instituted by king 
George .III. by warrant dated 1783, Feb. 5. The statutes of the order 
were signed on the 28th Feb. and the first investiture held on the 
llth March following. As originally constituted the order consisted 
of the Sovereign, the Grand Master (the Lord Lieutenant for the 
time being), and fifteen knights. 

At the Coronation of George IV., 1821, July, six extra knights 
were nominated with^ the intention that they should be gradually 
absorbed into the ordinary knights in the ordinary way of succession. 
Similarly at the Coronation of William IV. in November, 1831, four 
extra knights were nominated. 

The ceremonial of installation was abrogated by royal warrant 
of 1871, July 14. The ceremonial of investiture was formerly 
performed in the Cathedrat~Church 'af 'But)lili, and the old banners 
\ still hang there. Afterwards it was performed in St. Patrick's Hall, 
Dublin Castle, or in the Council Chamber, Dublin Castle, or at 
Windsor, or even occasionally dispensed with. 

On the 24th January, 1833, it was enacted that the number of 
knights should be fixed at 22, the five extraordinary knights then 
existing forming part of that number. 

Since the royal warrant of 1833, Jan. 30, the installation of all 
knights in ordinary has been dispensed with. 

In 1839 queen Victoria authorised each successive Grand Master 
to retain and wear the Star, Riband, and Badge of the order after he 
had ceased to be Chief Governor of Ireland. 



INTRODUCTION 






The Most Honourable Order of the Bath. 

THE Order of the Bath as a distinct Order that is, as composed of a 
certain and particular brotherhood of knights with statutes, insignia 
and ceremonies peculiar to them, and with a proper succession of 
knights within tt^iEaternity by means of election dates only from 
the reign of^TJetDrge ]). It was erected by that sovereign in 1725. 

V Between thiV-Qrdep of the Bath as so erected by George I. and tlie 

\ 

\older ceremony or formality of creating knights by the process of 

bathing and investing there is no genuine historical connexion 
whatever. The preamble to the letters patent of George I., dated 
^5^ 1725, May 18, which erected the Order recites as follows : " Whereas 
our royal predecessors upon divers wise and honourable considerations 
have on occasion of certain august solemnities conferred with great 
state upon their royal issue male, the princes of the blood royal, 
several of their nobility, principal officers and other persons 
distinguished by their birth, quality and personal merit, that degree 
of knighthood which hath been denominated the knighthood of the 
Bath : we being moved by the same considerations do hereby declare 

four royal intention not only to re-establish and support the said 
honour of knighthood in its former lustre and dignity, but to erect 
7 ? same into a regular military order." 

The terms used in the concluding sentence, which I have italicised, 
aptly describe the difference existing between the properly constituted 
order existing from 1725 onward and the mere form of ceremonial 
knighthood which had been practised or had been in use prior to that 
date. 

As to this latter its origin is lost in immemorial obscurity. Some 
highly elaborate form of knighthood or of knightly investiture, prob- 
ably at first purely secular but afterwards partly secular, partly 
religious in its ceremonial, existed among the Franks, and as derived 
from them was in use among the Anglo Saxons as early at least as 
the reign of Alfred, if we may trust the testimony of "William of 
Malmesbury. This author's description of king Alfred's knighti] ^ 
of his grandson Athelstan mentions only the bestowal of a scarlel 








ORDER OF THE BATH xi 

mantle, a jewelled girdle and a Saxon, sword. There is no word oi 
any vigils or bathing. The importation, of the idea of these latter 
ceremonies must be due to the church./ Prior to the Norman conquest 
ecclesiastics had been accustomed to make knights on their own 
account and had elaborated a ceremonial purely in the interests of 
the church. The knight who was made by this religious ceremonial 
solemnly entered the church, offered his sword on the altar and took 
it up again from the altar with a vow to devote himself and it to 
God and the church. There can be no doubt that in such a 
transaction the motive of the church was a worldly one. It was the 
commencement of the process of subinfeudation of knightly 
retainers by the church. And it was this which was forbidden by 
the 17th of Anselm's Canons at Westminster in 1102 "That abbots 
do not make soldiers." For the purpose which the church had in . 
mind in such a transaction the mere ceremonial of knighthood was ( 
itself simply an added incident. But it is this ceremonial which 
forms the only conceivable source or origin of the later secular 
investiture of the Bath. It was doubtless to the interests of the 
church to increase the solemnity of the ceremonial and it is possible 
to conjecture the lines on which development would take place. 
Firstly, there would be added to the ceremony of the devotion of the 
sword on the altar the further ceremony of fasting and vigils with 
the object of deepening the religious impression in the mind of the 
aspirant for knighthood; and^secondly, there would be added the 
further step or ceremony of waging or purifying the body or person 
itself as a further preparation for knighthood. Reconstructing 
conjecturally the routine of the fully-developed ecclesiastical 
ceremony of knighthood it would commence with the purification of 
the knight's person by bathing and then would follow the purification 
of his soul by fasting and vigils and the solemn offering of his sword 
on the altar. I offer this as pure conjecture, for there is no record of 
any such complete ecclesiastical ceremonial of knighthood, and it is 
open to one very damaging objection, viz., that such an ecclesiastical 
ceremonial must have developed itself very early, at any rate before 
1102, when abbots were forbidden to make knights,* and between this 
date and the first specific mention of bathing in the account of ' 
secular knightings there is a gap of two centuries or more. But the 

* The prohibition is contained iir the 17th of Anselm's Canons issued in 1102 at Westminster. It has 
>een assumed by all editors of these Canons and by Ashmole and other heraldic authorities that the term 
facere milites ' here employed means to dub soldiers. Might it not refer, as I have suggested in the text 
to the creation of knightly tenures by eub-infeudation ? 



-> ' 

xii INTRODUCTION 

general drift of the conjecture, viz., that the idea of the ceremonials 
of vigils and washing was derived from the church is, I think, 
irresistible. There is no other source from which such an idea could 
be derived. I take it therefore as possible that such portions of the 
above ecclesiastical ceremonial as the secular power found suitable to 
itself it adopted from the church, and these portions are vigils and 
bathing. In this way, probably before the 12th century the old 
purely secular Frankish form of knighthood by investiture with 
spurs, girdle, mantle and sword, had become a partly religious, partly 
secular form in which the secular investiture with the sword and 
spurs was preceded by the religious ceremonials of bathing and vigils. 
Putting aside the often quoted passage from Ingulphus as quite 
anachronistic and untrustworthy, the first recorded instance of such 
a ceremonial is the knighthood, in 1127, by king Henry I. of England, 
of his prospective son-in-law Geoffrey, son of Fulk, count of Anjou. 

" Tota dies ilia in gaudio et exultatione expenditur. Illucescente 
die altera balneorum usus uti tyrocinii suscipiendi consuetudo 
expostulat paratus est. Post corporis ablutionem ascendens 
de balneorum lavacro, bysso retorta ad carnem induitur, 
cyclade auro texta supervestitur (hereupon follows a long 
description of his clothing and of his investing with spurs, 
shield, spear and sword). 

This account, if trustworthy, makes clear that the process of 
bathing was in use by the beginning of the 12th century. Like the 
equally specific account in Ingulphus it seems to me suspicious partly 
\ because it is, if anything, too specific, and partly because it stands so 
I entirely alone. Although there are so many references in English 
official records to the issue of robes and bed furniture for the divers 
ceremonial knighthoods, the actual use of the bath itself in so many 
words is not specified until the 1st year of the reign of Edward III. 
The earliest existing rolls of the pipe and wardrobe accounts contain 
quite sufficient references to the issue of robes for these ceremonial 
knighthoods, but it is very noticeable how the type of the entry or 
reference in these records gradually expands as if the ceremonial 
itself was gradually expending or developing. For instance, 
in the earliest existing Pipe Roll that of 2 Henry II., the type of 
entry is as follows : 

et Ade de la Mare 13. 6s. 8d. ad faciendum se militem ; per breve 
Regis. 






ORDER OF THE BATH xiii 

et Will : de Doura 13. 6s. 8d. per breve Eegis ad faciendum se 
militem. 

et pro armis et apparatu ad duos milites faciend. 

In each of these cases the sheriff deducts the money item in , 
question from his charge as so much paid by him by command of the J 
king. The royal writs commanding the sheriff to make such 
provision were entered on the Close Rolls. 

Johannes Rex, etc. Yicecomiti Southampton salutem. Praecipi- 
mus tibi quod facias habere Thomae Sturmy valletto nostro 
unam robam de scarletto cum quadam penula de byssis et 
aliam robam de viridi vel burnetta, et unam sellam, et unum 
par loranorum et capam ad pluvium et unam culcitram et 
unum par lintteorum quando ipse fiet miles. Et quod in his 
posueris computabitur tibi ad scaccarium. (18 July, 1204.) 

Anstis in the appendix to his " Observations Introductory to an 
Historical Essay upon the Knighthood of the Bath " gives many in- 
stances of such briefs extracted from the Close Rolls. 

By the time of John the entries in the Pipe Roll had similarly 
become more specific than the brief entries quoted above from the 
Pipe Roll of Henry II. 

Et pro tribus robis de scarletto et tribus de viridi et duobus balde- 
kinis et una culcitra et aliis necessariis ad faciendum unum 
militem. xxxiiil. 

Later entries mention the bed (lectum militarem), the bed- 
coverings (lectum cum matricio co-opertorio et culcitra), the capa 
mentioned in 6 John as ad pluvium but not definitely stated to be 
pro mgilia sua until 19 Edward II., and finally the bath itself (tria 
linthementa pro iisdem balneis, 1 Ed. III.). 

It is by no means to be inferred that the bath was not in use 
before the date of this last entry. Nothing is more perilous than the 
argument from silence in the matter of such details or items. But I 
conceive it possible that the scattered data given above may furnish 
in rough outline a sketch of the growth of the ceremonial form of 
knighthood, viz., from an investiture preceded by vigils (in use say 
in the time of John) to an investiture preceded by bathing as well as 
vigils (in full use by the time of Edward HI.)/ It may be some 



xiv INTRODUCTION 

slight confirmation of this view that in the account of the creation of 
knights in 1306 (Flores Historiarum iii. p. 131) mention is only made 
of the vigils and investiture. The account is so circumstancial that 
it is hardly credible the chronicler could have omitted so striking an 
item as the bathing had that been in use. 

. . . Rex fecit proclamari ut quotquot tenerentur fieri milites 
. . . adessent apud Westmonasterium . . . admissuri singuli 
omnem ornatum militarem praeter equitaturam, de regia 
Garderoba. Confluentibus itaque ccc. juventibus . . . distri- 
buebantur purpura, byssus, syndones, cyclades auro textae . . . 
Ipsa quoque nocte in Templo praedicti tyrones . . . suas 
vigilias faciebant . . . Die autem crastino cinxit Rex filium 
suum baltheo militari in palatio suo . . . Princeps autem . . . 
super magnum altare . . . socios suos cinxit. 

Whatever opinion is formed as to the above conjecture it is clear 
that if not by the reign of Henry I. or of John, at any rate by that 
of Edward III. the full ceremonial of knighthood by the bath was 
in use. The only noticeable change which the institution underwent 
from this date onwards was that it became gradually confined more 
and more to great and splendid occasions such as coronations, royal 
,-marriages, etc.; whilst the mere knighthood of individual persons 
/was left to a simpler ceremony which was coming into vogue, viz., 
* that of dubbing merely. The difference between these two forms or 
ceremonies of knighthood is so characteristic as to be instantly 
recognisable in the official records. In the first place no preparation 
whatever was needed for the knighting by the sword or by dubbing 
simply, so that where the records state that such and such knights 
were summoned to prepare themselves for knighthood and to receive 
from the Great Wardrobe such and such robes in order thereto, it is 
at once conclusive proof that the form of knighthood here intended 
was the highly dignified ceremonial of the Bath. Any formal noti- 
fication by royal brief directing the recipient to prepare himself for 
knighthood, or any references whatever to the bestowal of robes from 
the Great Wardrobe are to be taken as signifying this form of cere- 
monial. In the second place in cases where the king determined 
to summon any large body of his tenants in chief to assume knight- 
hood, he caused the summons to be made by proclamation through 
the sheriffs of the counties. The meaning of this summons will 
be treated of below in the introduction to the list of knights 



ORDER OF THE BATH xv 

bachelors. The point to notice is that it was an entirely different 
procedure which was adopted when the King determined to call 
on any person or persons to undergo the ceremony of knighthood 
by the Bath. In this latter case the King sent his royal brief 
direct to the person in question, or in case that person was a minor 
then the writ was addressed to his father or guardian. A good 
instance of an order for such briefs is given in Rymer x., p. 256. With 
regard to this particular instance it may be at once premised that it 
was the custom at coronations to create knights by both ceremonies, 
viz., knights of the Bath by the elaborate ceremonial of the Bath, and 
knights bachelors by the mere instantaneous ceremony of dubbing. 
It sometimes happens that the list of such creations at a particular 
coronation does not distinguish the two species of knighthood. In 
such a case the occurrence of any royal brief of summons to a 
recipient or his guardian is a sufficient guide to enable us to deter- 
mine that such a knight was made by the Bath. The absence of such 
a writ would, on the face of it, point to the conclusion that the knight 
in question was simply dubbed a knight bachelor. 

The instance referred to in Eymer, above, is a very apt one in 
point. In 1426 Henry VI. was himself dubbed a knight by his uncle 
the Regent, John duke of Bedford. On this occasion some 44 persons 
received the honour of knighthood, but of these only 25 received royal 
briefs summoning them to prepare themselves for the ceremony. 
Only these 25, therefore, whose names are given by Rymer are to be 
considered knights of the Bath, the remaining 19 are knights 
bachelors (see infra, pp. 1302). 

The various high occasions on which knights of the Bath were 
created will be found stated in the lists infra. From this it will be 
seen that the last occasion on which the ceremonial was employed 
was after the Restoration, when Charles II. created 66 knights of the 
Bath prior to his coronation. No such creation or ceremony has ever 
since been used in England. 

From this brief resume it will have been gathered (1) that all 
through the middle ages the knighthood of the Bath was simply a 
form of ceremony of knighthood ; (2) that as a consequence there was 
no Order of the Bath : there was simply a ceremony of bathing which 
was applicable to any number of individuals and at any time without 
regard to such rules of election and succession as would have 
governed the creations if there had been a properly constituted Order 
of the Bath; (3) that the highly dignified and completed form of 



xvi INTRODUCTION 

ceremonial of the Bath was only gradually elahorated and was possibly 
not complete until the reign of Edward III ; (4) that from the earliest 
times to the reign of Henry III. the only form of knighthood in 
use was that ceremonial form which in its fullest development was the 
ceremony of the Bath, but that from the 13th or 14th century at least a 
simpler form of creation by dubbing was adopted for less dignified 
occasions; and (5) that from the moment this new and simpler form 
of knighthood was evolved the older and more ceremonial form was 
reserved for occasions and events of great state and dignity, such as 
coronations, etc. As has been already stated between this form of 
ceremonial merely and the Order of the Bath as established by 
George I. in 1725, the only historical connexion existing is that of 
the conscious or deliberate imitation by George I. of an extinct 
ceremonial. 

An objection may be made to the above exposition of the early 

status of the form of knighthood of the Bath. On the 4th Feb., 

1625-6, the earl of Arundel and Surrey, earl marshal of England, 

issued an order by command of the King requiring all knights of the 

\ Bath to " continually wear the ensign of that Order about their necks 

las a mark of honour, and that they may not want any due unto 

\them I am to publish that knights of the Bath and their wives 

are of right without question to have precedency before all knights 

bachelors and their wives." (Anstis, " Essay," appendix p. 79). 

So far as I know this regulation stands alone, and beyond the fact 
that it instituted the wearing of a badge it affords no proof whatever 
of the existence of an Order in the proper and sole sense of the term. 
It simply marks the superior dignity attributed to knighthood by 
the Bath over mere knighthood by dubbing. 

The royal letters patent erecting the military Order of the Bath 
were dated 1725, May 18, and the statutes of the Order were issued 
from the court of George I., at Hanover, on the 16th November (O.S.) 
of the same year. 

Under those statutes the Order was to consist of the Sovereign, a 
Prince of the royal blood, a Great Master, and 35 other companions, 
" and this number shall never be augmented." The king's grandson, 
prince William, was nominated first and principal companion. 

The seventh statute en joins that the Prince's Chamber in the palace 
of Westminster should be the chapter room of the order, and that 
elected knights should spend the evening of their first entry there 
and observe the full ritual of the Bath, viz., as follows : 



ORDER OF THE BATH xvii 

" His Esquires shall not permit the elected to be seen abroad [i.e., 
out of the Prince's Chamber] during the evening of his first 

j entry, but shall send to the proper barber to make ready a 
bathing vessel handsomely lined on the inside and outside with 

V linen, having cross hoops over it, covered with tapestry for 
defence against the cold air of the night ; and a blanket shall 
be spread on the floor by the side of the bathing vessel. Then 
the beard of the elected being shaven and his hair cut, the 
Esquires shall acquaint the Sovereign or Great Master that it 
being the time of even-song the elected is prepared for the 
bath; whereupon some of the most sage and experienced 
knights shall be sent to inform the elected and to counsel and 
direct him in the order and feats of chivalry : which knights 
/ being preceded by several Esquires of the king's household 
making all the usual signs of rejoicing and having the 
minstrels playing on several instruments before them 
shall forthwith repair to the door of the Prince's Chamber 
while the Esquires Governors [i.e., the squires of the knight- 
elect] upon hearing the music shall undress the elected and 
put him into the bath : and the musical instruments then 
ceasing to play these grave knights entering into the chamber 
without any noise shall severally one after the other kneeling 
near the bathing vessel with a soft voice instruct the elected 
in the nature and course of the Bath, and put him in mind 
that for ever hereafter he ought to keep his body and mind 
pure and undefiled : and thereupon the knights shall each of 
them cast some of the water of the bath upon the shoulders of 
the elected and then retire, while the Esquires Governors 
shall take the elected out of the bath and conduct him to his 
pallet bed which is to be plain and without curtains; and as 
soon as his body is dry they shall clothe him very warm in 
consideration that he is to watch that whole night : and there- 
fore they shall then array him in a robe of russet having long 
sleeves reaching down to the ground and tied about the middle 
with a cordon of ash-coloured and russet silk, with a russet 
hood like to an hermit, having a white napkin hanging to the 
cordon or girdle ; and the barber having removed the bathing 
vessel the experienced knights shall again enter and from 
thence conduct the elected to the chapel of king Henry VII. 
(where it is our pleasure that the religious ceremonies 



xviii INTRODUCTION 

relating to the Order shall for the future be constantly per- 
formed), and they being there entered preceded by all the 
Esquires making rejoicings and the minstrels playing before 
them, during which time wine and spices shall be laid ready 
for these knights, the Elected and Esquires Governors, 
and the elected having returned thanks to these knights for 
the great favour of their assistance, the Esquires Governors 
shall shut the chapel door permitting none to stay therein save 
the elected, one of the prebendaries of the church of West- 
minster to officiate, two chandlers to take care of the lights 
and the verger of the church : where the elected shall perform 
his vigils during the whole night in orisons and prayers to 
Almighty God, having a taper burning before him held by one 
of his Esquires Governors who at the reading of the Gospel 
shall deliver it into the hands of the elected. Which being 
read he shall deliver it to one of his Esquires Governors, who 
shall hold it before him during the residue of divine service; 
and when the day breaks and the elected hath heard matins 
or morning prayer the Esquires Governors shall reconduct 
him to the Prince's Chamber and lay him in bed and cast over 
him a coverlet of gold lined with corde." 

The remainder of these statutes prescribes in equal detail the 
ceremony of awakening and clothing the knight-elect and of con- 
ducting him to the sovereign to be dubbed and invested. 

The eighth statute prescribed the details of the ceremony of 
installation at the chapel of Henry VII. at Westminster. The tenth 
prescribed that an annual convention of the Order should be held on 
the 20th of October. The twelfth prescribed the badge or ensign 
(three imperial crowns or, within the ancient motto tria juncta in 
uno pendant to a red ribbon placed obliquely over the right shoulder 
to the left side), and article seven prescribed the robes surcoat of 
red tartarin lined and edged with white sarsenet, white girdle with- 
out ornament, coif or bonnet, and mantle of the same silk and colour 
as the surcoat and so lined, fastened about the neck with a lace of 
white silk having a pair of white gloves hanging at the end thereof 
and on the left shoulder the ensign of the Order. 

By sign manuals of date 1725, June 1, and November 16 George I. 
prescribed the details of the collar and banner of the Order and by 
sign manual of 1727, April 20, he further prescribed that in case of 



ORDER OF THE BATH xix 

invasion or rebellion the knights should maintain four men at arms 
for a period not exceeding 42 days. 

These statutes of George I. remained practically unaltered until 
the reign of George III. On the 8th May, 1812, a royal warrant was 
issued providing that the number of knights should remain as fixed 
by George I., but that extra knights could be created without 
limitation of number, the said extra knights to succeed the knights 
companions on decease and by seniority. This measure was taken in 
order to meet the merits of officers engaged in the Napoleonic war, 
but at the conclusion of the war this measure was considered 
insufficient and the alternative step was taken of enlarging the order 
itself. 

By royal warrant under the sign manual dated 1815, Jan. 2, the 
order was reconstituted and made to consist of three classes. 

(1) Knights Grand Crgss, who were divided into "military" and 

" civil," the whole number never to exceed 72, and of these the 
"civil" class limited to 12. 

(2) Knights Commanders : confined in number to 180 exclusive of 

foreign officers holding British Commissions, of whom 10 
might be appointed. 

(3) Companions. 

Four days later, Jan. 6, it was provided that fifteen knights com- 
manders chosen from the officers in the service of the East India 
Company might be appointed in addition to the above specified 
number of knights commanders. 

No further alteration of moment was made in the order until the 
reign of Victoria, when the last great change or remodelling was 
made. By new statutes dated 1847, May 15, the Order was thrown 
open as a reward for civil as well as military or naval services. All 
the three classes of the Order were sub-divided into two divisions, viz., 
military and civil. These statutes are embodied in letters patent 
dated 1847, April 14. The letters patent themselves are published in 
the "Gazette" of date 25th May, 1847, and the new statutes (37 in 
all) are subjoined in detail. Statute No. 5 fixed the membership as 
follows : 

1st class G.C.B military 50 ... civil 25 ... total 75 

K.C.B 102 ... 50 ... 152 

C.B 525 ... 200 ... 725 

Total . 952 



xx INTRODUCTION 

These numbers to be exclusive of the Royal family, distinguished 
foreigners and foreign officers. In addition the power was reserved of 
increasing the number on special occasions. Statute No. 16 provided 
that on the occasion of investiture each individual of the 1st or 
2nd class should first be knighted if he were not previously a knight. 

By a new statute dated 1850, July 11, the membership was in- 
creased as follows (in order to admit officers of the commissariat and 
medical branches of the army and navy, and those of the East India 
Company into the military divisions of the 2nd and 3rd classes) : 
viz. : ordinary military members of the 2nd and 3rd classes increased 
from 627 to 660, thus increasing the total membership to 985. 

By new general statutes dated Windsor, 1859, Jan. 31 the member- 
ship was fixed as follows : 

1st class G.C.B military 50 ... civil 25 ... total 75 

2nd K.C.B 110 ... 50 ... 160 

3rd C.B. 550 200 750 



Total 985 

Besides honorary members (foreigners), the number of these latter 
being unlimited. By the 4th of these statutes the Prince Consort 
was appointed Great Master and 1st or principal G.C.B. 

By supplementary statutes dated 1861, June 24, the membership 
was fixed as follows : 

1st class G.C.B military 50 ... civil 25 ... total 75 

2nd K.C.B 123 ... 60 ... 183 

3rd C.B 690 200 890 



Total 1148 

By supplementary statute dated 1877, June 19, the membership 
was fixed as follows : 

1st class G.C.B military 50 ... civil 25 ... total 75 

2nd K.C.B 123 ... 80 ... 203 

3rd C.B 690 250 940 






Total 1218 






ORDER OF THE BATH xxi 

By supplementary statute dated 1881, May 10, the membership 
was fixed as follows : 

1st class G.C.B military 50 ... civil 25 ... total 75 

2nd K.C.B 125 ... 80 ... 205 

3rd C.B 705 ... 250 955 



Total 1235 



By supplementary statute dated 1886, May 19, the membership 
was fixed as follows : 

1st class G.C.B military 55 ... civil 25 ... total 80 

2nd K.C.B 145 ... 80 ... 225 

3rd C.B. 705 250 955 



Total ... 1260 

By supplementary statute dated 1887, June 20, the membership 
was fixed as follows : 

1st class G.C.B military 55 ... civil 27 ... total 82 

2nd K.C.B 145 ... 86 ... ,,231 

3rd C.B 705 ... 264 969 



Total 1282 

By supplementary statute dated 1890, Nov. 26, the membership 
was fixed as follows : 

1st class G.C.B military 55 ... civil 27 ... total 82 

2nd K.C.B 145 ... 90 ... 235 

3rd C.B 705 ... 270 ... 975 

Total 1292 

By supplementary statute dated 1892, Mar. 29, the membership 
was fixed as follows : 

1st class G.C.B military 55 ... civil 27 ... total 82 

2nd K.C.B 145 ... 93 ... 238 

3rd C.B 705 ... 273 ... 978 

Total . 1298 



xxii INTRODUCTION 

By supplementary statute dated 1895, May 18, the membership 
was fixed as follows : 



2nd K.C.B. 
3rd C.B. 



military 55 


... civil 27 ... 


total 82 


145 


... 100 ... 


245 


705 


... 283 ... 


988 






1315 



Total 



By supplementary statute dated 1896, Apr. 10, the membership 
was fixed as follows : 

1st class G.C.B military 55 ... civil 27 ... total 82 

2nd,, K.C.B 145 ... 105 ... 250 

3rd C.B. 705 ... 283 ... 988 



Total 1320 

By supplementary statute dated 1897, June 19, it was provided that 
members admitted into the Order in commemoration of the Jubilee 
of the 60th year of Queen Victoria's reign should be additional 
members "and shall not now or hereafter be included within the 
number of the ordinary members" of each respective class, but to 
have rank and precedence in each respective class according to the 
dates of their respective appointments. 

By supplementary statute dated 1897, June 22, it was ordered that 
a general officer of the Royal Marines should be an additional G.C.B. 
military. 

By supplementary statute dated 1897, June 22, H.R.H. the prince 
of Wales was appointed Great Master of the Order. 

By supplementary statute dated 1900, July 21, it was ordered that 
members admitted into the Order in connexion with the war in 
South Africa shall be additional members within the respective 
classes with rank and precedence according to the dates of their 
respective appointments. 

By supplementary statute dated 1901, Feb. 26, H.R.H. Arthur 
William Patrick Albert, duke of Connaught, was appointed Great 
Master of the Order. 



ORDER OF THE BATH xxiii 

By supplementary statute dated 1901, July 17, the membership 
was fixed as follows : 

1st class G.C.B military 55 ... civil 27 ... total 82 

2nd K.C.B 145 ... 108 ... 253 

3rd C.B. 705 298 1003 



Total *1338 

By supplementary statute dated 1902, Apr. 26, it was ordained 
that members admitted into the civil division of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd 
classes of the Order in commemoration of the coronation of king 
Edward VII. should be additional and should not now or hereafter 
be included in the number of the ordinary members of each class, but 
have rank and precedence according to the dates of their respective 
appointments. 

The enormous extension in the numbers of the Order, which has 
been sketched in the above brief resume of the statutes has of 
necessity gone hand in hand with similar extending changes in the 
matter of qualification of membership. The qualification for a 
G.C.B. (military) at the present moment is the actual holding of a 
commission in the army of, or above, the rank of Major General; or 
in the navy of, or above, the rank of Rear Admiral. For a G.C.B. 
(civil) it is the performance of such personal services to the Crown or 
of such public duties as shall merit the Royal favour. 

For a K.C.B. (military) the qualification consists in the actual 
holding of a commission in the army, or marines, or Indian military 
forces of, or above, the rank of Colonel, and in the navy of, or above, 
the rank of Captain, or Inspector of Machinery, or Paymaster-in- 
chief, or a commission of equivalent or higher rank in the medical 
service of the army or navy, or in the departments of the army or 
Indian military forces, distinguished service in the presence of the 
enemy, or efficient service as Flag Officer or General Officer, or 
meritorious service in actual war in providing for the wants of the 
army or navy, or in the care of sick and wounded. 

For a K.C.B. (civil) the qualifications are the same as for a 
G.C.B. (civil), or the performance of such lengthened service in the 
command of a regiment of auxiliary forces, or of a brigade of Naval 
artillery volunteers, or as an officer of the Royal Naval Reserve, or 

*This statute fixes the total numbers at 1,338. But this is surely an error, as by the Statute of 1897 
June 22, the 1st Class G.C.B. had been increased by one, thus making it 83, not 82, and the total member- 
ship 1,339, not 1,338. 



xxiv INTRODUCTION 

such as shall have contributed in a marked degree to the efficiency of 
sucn regiment, brigade or reserve ; or exceptional service to the Crown 
in connexion with the Department of the Secretary of State for War 
otherwise than on active service in the field. 

The present state of membership of the order is as follows : 

1st class Knights Grand Cross: 55 (?56) military and 27 civil 
(exclusive of the sovereign and princes of the blood). 

2nd class Knights Commanders : 145 military and 108 civil (exclusive 
of foreign officers who may be admitted as honorary Knights 
Commanders. 

3rd class Companions : military 705 ; civil 298. 

In accordance with this sub-division of the first two classes the 
following list of Knights of the Bath is arranged as follows : 

(1) Knights of the Bath from the earliest times to Charles II., and 

Knights Companions of the Bath from 1725 to 1815. 

(2) Knights Grand Cross (military) from 1815 to the present time. 

(3) Knights Grand Cross (civil) from 1815 to the present time. 

(4) Knights Commanders (military) from 1815 to the present time. 

(5) Knights Commanders (civil) from 1847 (when they were first 

instituted) to the present time. 

With regard to installation it may be noted that the arrangement 
of the 36 stall* m Henry YII.'s Chapel in Westminster Abbey 
remained as prescribed in the statutes of George I. until 1812, when, 
under the Regent, they were re-arranged and extended. The 
drastic re-modelling of the Order in 1815, and the enormous increase 
in the number of knights rendered installation impossible, and with 
it all the archaic ceremonies of bathing and vigils. They accordingly 
disappear from at least the statutes of May, 1847. The process of 
investiture at the present moment consists only in (1) knighting in 
case the knight elect is not already a knight; (2) putting on the 
insignia. 



ORDER OF THE STAR OF INDIA xxv 



The Most Exalted Order of the Star of India. 

THIS Order was instituted by the late Queen Victoria on the 
23rd Feb., 1861, by letters patent of that date (gazetted 1861, 
June 25). The original statutes were issued on the 7th of March 
following. It was not until 5 years after its original institution 
that the Order was divided into classes. As originally constituted 
it was to consist of only one class of knights (25 in number) together 
with the Sovereign, the Grand Master (who was to be ex officio the 
Viceroy and Governor General of India), and such extra and honorary 
knights as the Sovereign should from time to time appoint. In 1866, 
however, the Order was completely remodelled by letters patent dated 
March 28 (gazetted May 25), followed by statutes dated April 19 of 
the same year. In its re-organised form the Order was made to 
consist of the Sovereign, the Grand Master, 25 Knights Grand Com- 
manders (G.C.S.I.), 50 Knights Commanders (K.C.S.I.), and 100 
Companions (C.S.I.) with power reserved to the Sovereign, as before, 
to appoint extra and honorary members. By No. 4 of these statutes 
of 1866, April 19, the Viceroy of India, by virtue of being Grand 
Master of the Order was to be First and Principal Knight [Grand 
Cross] thereof and was to remain a G. C.S.I, after his term of office 
as viceroy had expired, either as an ordinary G.C.S.I. or in case of 
their being no vacancy as an extra G.C.S.I., to be absorbed into the 
number of the ordinary knights as a vacancy should arise, and with 
rank and precedence according to the date of his having been sworn 
in as viceroy. 

At the time of the re-organisation of 1866 the existing K. S. I. 
were made G.C.S.I. 

Of the 25 Knights Grand Commanders 15 were to be such native 
princes and chiefs of India as shall have entitled themselves to Royal 
favour; the remaining 10 to be such British subjects as have merited 
favour by important and loyal services to the Empire in India. For 
the second and third classes the qualification was the meriting RoyjiJ 
favour by conduct or services in the Indian Empire. 



xxvi INTRODUCTION 

Finally the members of the Order were to have precedence rank 
for rank next after those of the Bath and immediately before those 
of St. Michael and St. George. 

In 1875 the membership of the Order was again extended. By 
statute dated Aug. 30 of that year the total number of the members 
was increased to 205, viz. 25 G.C.S.I., 60 KC.S.I. and 120 C.S.I. By 
separate statute of 1876, Dec. 20, these numbers were again increased, 
viz., to 246 in all, i.e., 30 G.C.S.I. (eighteen thereof to be native 
princes), 72 KC.S.I. and 144 C.S.I. By this statute of 1876 the 
qualification for the 2nd and 3rd classes of the Order was thus re- 
stated. " No person shall be nominated to either of these classes 
who shall not by their conduct and services in our Indian Empire, 
or after not less than 30 years service in the department of our 
Secretary of State for India, have merited our royal favour." 

By the statute of 1897, June 10, the Order was again enlarged to 
a total membership of 276, viz., 36 G.C.S.I. (18 thereof to be native 
princes), 80 K.C.S.I., and 160 C.S.I. At the same time the rule 
regarding the Grand Masters was re-stated as follows : the Viceroy 
and Governor General of India to be pro temp Grand Master and by 
virtue thereof First and Principal G.C.S.I. On the termination of 
his office he is to be an additional G.C.S.I. with rank and precedence 
among the ordinary G.C.S.I. according to the date of his having been 
sworn in as viceroy. 

The last extension of the Order was made by statute of date 1902, 
Oct. 21 (gazetted 1903, Jan. 1), when the total membership was 
increased from 276 to 291, viz., 36 G.C.S.I. as before, with ex-viceroys 
as additional; 85 KC.S.I. and 170 C.S.I. 



ORDER OF ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE xxvii 



The Most Distinguished Order of St. Michael 
and St. George. 

AT the peace in 1814 the island of Malta was ceded to England, and 
the seven Ionian Islands were formed into an independent State 
under the exclusive protection of the king of England. With the 
object of recognising and rewarding the loyalty of the natives of 
these islands the Order of St. Michael and St. George was erected 
in 1818. The letters patent erecting the Order were dated 1818, 
Apr. 27, and the statutes on the 12th Aug. following. As at first 
constituted the Order was confined to natives of the Ionian Islands 
or of Malta or to subjects of the king of England holding office 
in those parts. The lord commissioner of the Ionian Islands was to 
be Grand Master of the Order, and the Commander-in-chief of 
His Majesty's ships and vessels in the Mediterranean was to be 
pro tempore, i.e., during the period of his command first and principal 
Knight Grand Cross. The Order was arranged as follows : 

First class or Knights Grand Cross, 8 in number exclusive of the 

Grand Master. 

Second class or Knights Commanders - 12 in number. 

Third class or Knights or Cavalieri - 24 in number. 

Within the Ionian Islands and Malta all these three classes were 
to have precedence of knights bachelors, but no definite pronounce- 
ment was made in the statutes of 1818 as to whether knighthood of 
a non-knightly person was essential prior to investiture. This led 
to an anomalous state of the Order, and with the object of remedying 
the confusion fresh statutes were signed 1832, Aug. 16. These 
statutes specifically prescribed that persons of the first and second 
class must be knighted prior to investiture. 

At the same time the numbers were increased as follows : 

Knights Grand Cross increased to 15. 
Knights Commanders increased to 20. 
Cavalieri or Companions increased to 25. 



xxviii INTRODUCTION 

The most noticeable feature in these changes is the revolution in 
the status of the members of the third class. From 1818 to 1832 
these latter had been styled knights (if of English birth) or cavalieri 
(if of Ionian or Maltese birth). They had been entitled to be styled 
Sir and had precedence over knights bachelors. It may be as well 
to give here the names of these cavalieri who between 1818 and 1832 
were entitled to be styled Sir, with the date of their appointment : 

1820, Feb. 2. GIOVANNI MELISSINO, of Zante. 
1820, Feb. 2. GIULIO DOMENICHINI, of Zante. 
1820, Feb. 2. PIETRO PETRIZZOPULO, sometime E/egent of Santa 

Maura. 

1820, Feb. 2. PAOLO CAPPADOCA, of Corfu. 
1820, Feb. 2. DEMETRIO YALSAMACHI, of Cephalonia, sometime 

secretary to the Legislative Assembly of the Ionian Islands. 
1820, Feb. 2. ANDREA MUSTOXIDI, of Corfu, sometime a senator of 

the Ionian Islands. 

1820, Feb. 2. PAOLO PROSSALENDI, of Corfu. 

1821, Mar. 22. PANDASIN CARIDI, sometime Regent of Cephalonia. 

1821, Mar. 22. MARCO CARAZIA, of Corfu. 

1822, Jan. 31. VINCENZO CASOLANI, of Malta. 

1822, Jan. 31. GIUSEPPE MARQUIS TESTAFERRATA, of Malta. 

1822, June 15. SPIRIDION GIALLINA, of Corfu, sometime member 

of the Legislative Assembly of the Ionian Islands. 
1822, June 15. ANGIOLO CONDARI, of Santa Maura. 
1822, June 15. GIOVANNI MORICHI, of Paxo. 

From the statutes of 1832 onward, however, the members of the 
third class were relegated to a lower precedence. Instead of being 
styled "knights or cavalieri" they were to be in future styled 
cavalieri (if of foreign birth) or companions (if of English birth), 
and the knightly rank was confined to the first two classes. 

Under letters patent of 1850, Dec. 31, followed by the statutes 
of 1851, Jan. 31, the constitution of the Order was further modified. 
The membership of the Order was increased to 65, viz. : 

First class G.C.M.G. 20 

Second class K.C.M.G. - 20 

Third class Cavalieri or Companions C.M.G. - 25 

and a prince of the blood royal was to be Grand Master and first 
and principal Knight Grand Cross. Further, the lord high 



ORDER OF ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE xxix 

commissioner to the United States of the Ionian Islands, the governor 
of Malta and the commander-in-chief in the Mediterranean were to 
be extra G.C.M.G., to be absorbed into the number of ordinary 
G.C.M.G. as vacancies fell. But the Order still remained confined, 
as before, to the Ionian Islands and Malta or to English officials 
serving there. By the treaty of 1864, Mar. 29, however, the Ionian 
Islands were ceded to Greece, and it became necessary to entirely 
re-model the Order. By statutes of 1868, Dec. 4, and 1869, Apr. 3, 
the Order was extended in its scope to the British Colonies; the 
persons admissible were to be natural British subjects, who had held 
office in or performed services in the said colonies. At the same time 
the numbers were again increased as follows : 

Knights Grand Cross - 25 in number. 

Knights Commanders - 60 

Companions - - 100 

and power was given to the sovereign to appoint extra numbers of 
the first and second classes and to increase the numbers of each 
class. It was at the same time ordained that the Order should have 
precedence after the Order of the Star of India. These numbers 
have been since increased on four successive occasions as follows : 

By the statutes of 1877, May 30, to 

Knights Grand Cross 35 

Knights Commanders - 120 

Companions - - 200 

By a statute of 1879, May 6, to 

Knights Grand Cross 50 

Knight Commanders - 150 

Companions - 260 

By these last-named statutes the Order was made to extend to 
services rendered to the Crown in relation to foreign affairs. 

By statute of 1886, June 28, eight knights commanders and 
nine companions were added as additional members for services in 
connection with the Colonial and Indian Exhibition, and by the 
statute of Mar. 19 in the succeeding year these members became 
ordinary members of the Order. At the same time, by this statute 
of 1887, Mar. 19, the total membership of the Order was increased 
to 607. 



xxx INTRODUCTION 

By statutes of 1891, Nov. 24, the membership was fixed as 
follows : 

First class G.C.M.G. 65 

Second class K.C.M.G. - 200 

Third class C.M.G. - - 342 

with princes of the blood as extra and with foreign princes and 
persons as honorary. 

Further provision was made for the temporary increase of the 
membership by statutes of 1897, May 4, 1901, Apr. 19 and Sept. 27, 
and 1902, June 26. 

Finally, by fresh statutes of 1902, Oct. 30 (gazetted 1903, Mar. 13), 
the greatest extension of all was made. Under these statutes the 
Order now consists of : 
Not more than 100 Knights Grand Cross, exclusive of princes of 

the blood royal, extra and honorary members. 
Not more than 300 Knights Commanders. 
Not more than 600 Companions. 

Of these numbers the Foreign Office may designate 30 of the first 
class, 90 of the second, and 180 of the third. 

The qualification of membership is the holding by natural born 
or naturalised subjects of high and confidential office or the render- 
ing of extraordinary and important services to the king and Empire 
in any of the dominions beyond the seas; or important and loyal 
services in relation to the foreign affairs of the Empire. 



ORDER OF THE INDIAN EMPIRE xxxi 



The Most Eminent Order of the Indian Empire. 

THE most eminent Order of the Indian Empire was instituted by the 
late Queen Yictoria on the 1st Jan., 1878 (by royal warrant dated 
31st Dec., 1877) to reward services rendered to the said Queen and 
her Indian Empire, and to commemorate the proclamation of Her 
Majesty's style and title of Empress of India. As at first constituted 
the Order was to consist only of the Sovereign, the Grand Master and 
one class, viz., companions. The Viceroy of India pro temp was to 
be ex officio Grand Master, and the members of the Council of India 
were to be ex officio and for life Companions of the Order. The 
total number of companions (exclusive of ex officio members) was not 
to exceed 50, and the total number of nominations in any consecutive 
years was not to exceed 20. 

Within a few years, however, the composition of the Order was 
drastically altered. By letters patent of date 1886, August 2 (gazetted 
on the 15th Feb., 1887), the Order was divided into two classes and 
was to consist of the Sovereign, the Grand Master, 50 Knights 
Commanders as the first class, and of Companions as the second class, 
not limited in number. Power was at the same time given to appoint 
descendants of George I. as extra knights commanders. The 
knights commanders who were constituted on the date of the 
gazetting of these letters patent appear in the following list at the 
head of the K.C.I. E. Some few months after this alteration a further 
considerable change was made in the constitution of the Order. By 
letters patent dated 1887, June 1 (gazetted June 27), it was made to 
consist of the Sovereign, the Grand Master, 25 Knights Grand 
Commanders (G.C.I.E.), 50 Knights Commanders (K.C.I.E.), and 
companions not limited in number, with similar power as before to 
the Sovereign to appoint any prince of the blood royal, being 
descendants of George I. as extra Knights Grand Commanders. 

On the 10th June, 1897, new statutes for the Order were issued 
by the Sovereign. These provided that the Grand Master of the 
Order should by virtue thereof be First and Principal Knight Grand 
Commander during his term of office as Viceroy, and that after the 



xxxii INTRODUCTION 

termination of his said office lie should remain an additional Knight 
Grand Commander with rank among the ordinary Knights Grand 
Commanders according to the date of his being sworn in as Viceroy. 
Further, the Governors of Madras and Bombay Presidencies were to 
be additional Knights Grand Commanders with rank among the 
Ordinary Knights Grand Commanders according to [the date of] 
their respective appointments as Knights Grand Commanders of this 
Order. 

At the same time the numbers were increased as follows : 

1st class G.C.I.E., 32 in number. 
2nd class K.C.I.E. 82 in number. 

3rd class C.I.E. nominations not to exceed 20 in each successive year 
exclusive of promotions. 

The members of the Order are such persons as have merited the 
royal favour by their services to the Empire of India, and such 
distinguished representatives of Eastern potentates as the Sovereign 
may think fit and such honorary members also as the Sovereign may 
think fit. 

The members of the several grades of the Order have place and 
precedence next to and immediately after the corresponding classes 
of the Order of St. Michael and St. George, and rank among them- 
selves according to date of nomination as in the l Gazette.' 

By a fresh statute of 1901, July 22, temporary provision was made 
for the admission into all three classes of the Order, of persons to be 
named in consideration of services rendered during the South African 
War and in China. Similarly by statute of 1902, Oct. 22 (gazetted 
1903, Jan. 1) temporary provision was made for the admission into 
the 3rd class, and for the year 1903 only, of 40 members as com- 
panions. At the same time the membership of the 2nd class (K.C.I.E.) 
was increased from 82 to 92. 



THE ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER xxxiii 



The Royal Victorian Order. 

THE Royal Victorian Order was instituted by Queen Victoria by 
letters patent dated Westminster, 1896, Apr. 21. On the 20th Dec., 
1898, by further letters patent dated from Westminster, certain 
alterations were made in the precedency of the several classes of the 
Order. The statutes of the Order axe dated Windsor, 1899, Dec. 30, 
and are 23 in number. By Statute II. the Order is to consist of the 
sovereign and five several classes, viz., Knights Grand Cross, Knights 
Commanders, Commanders, members of the fourth class and members 
of the fifth class. J3y Statute IV. the members are to be " such 
persons, being subjects of our Crown, as may have rendered or shall 
hereafter render extraordinary or important or personal services to 
Us, our heirs and successors, who have merited or may hereafter 
merit our royal favour, or any persons who may hereafter be 
appointed officers of tiiis Royal Order." By Statute V. the honorary 
members of the several classes are to consist of such foreign princes 
and persons as should have the honour of an Order conferred upon 
them. The mode of appointment is by warrant under the royal sign 
manual sealed with the seal of the Order. The precedency of the 
various classes is, in accordance with Statute VII., as follows : 

G.C.V.O. next to and immediately after G.C.I.E. 
K.C.V.O. next to and immediately after K.C.I.E. 
C.V.O. next to and immediately after Knights Bachelors of England. 
M.V.O. (fourth class) next to and immediately after C.I.E. 
M.V.O. (fifth class) next to and immediately after eldest sons of 
Knights Bachelors of England. 

Statute XIV. regulates the method of investiture, and prescribes that 
the sovereign will, prior to the investiture, confer the honour of 
knighthood upon the person nominated to be a G.C.V.O. or K.C.V.O. 
if that person "have not previously received the said honour" of 
knighthood. Further, the ceremony of investiture may by warrant 
under the sign manual be dispensed with, with the proviso that in 



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the case of Gr.C.V.O. and K.C.V.O. this dispensing with investiture 
shall not entitle the person in question to the style of a knight 
bachelor of England "without having been duly authorised," i.e., 
without [presumably] the said person having been knighted either 
by dubbing or by letters patent (Statute XVII.). The anniversary 
of the Order is fixed for the 20th of June, the day of the accession 
of Queen Victoria to the Throne. 

Since the decease of Queen Victoria the already wide scope of 
the Order has been further enlarged. It is frequently conferred 
when the king is abroad on purely ceremonial occasions, and without 
any necessary regard to the central idea of personal service rendered 
to the sovereign. This is entirely in keeping, however, with the 
fundamental principle of the Order, viz., that it is the sovereign's 
private order. 

As to the Royal Victorian Chain, see infra, p. 415. 



ROYAL HANOVERIAN GUELPHIC ORDER xxxv 



Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order. 

THE Order of the Guelphs was instituted by the Prince Regent on 
the 12th of August, 1815. The preamble to the statutes of the Order, 
as issued on that date explain that King George III. had long enter- 
tained an intention of instituting an Order for Hanover, and that 
this intention was now carried out by the prince Regent to mark the 
occasion of the erection of Hanover into a kingdom, and at the same 
time to signalise the bravery of the Hanoverian troops in the battle 
of Waterloo. 

By the statutes which, though issued from Carlton House, were 
only published in German, the Grand-Mastership of the Order was to 
be for ever annexed to the crown of Hanover. The members were to 
consist of three classes, Knights Grand Cross (G.C.H.), Knights 
Commanders (K.C.H.), and Knights (K.H.), none below the rank of 
Lieutenant General being eligible for the first class, and none below 
that of Major General for the second. The arms and names of the 
knights of all three classes were to be affixed in the church of the 
Palace at Hanover and in the ancient Hall of Knights in the said 
palace.But this portion of the statutes was not carried into effect. 
The Order was destined for the civil as well as the military service, 
the qualification being the performance of some achievement worthy 
of the Order. The fact that there was no restriction of number, and 
that it was for civil as well as military merit, at a time when the 
Order of the Bath had neither of these characteristics, led to an 
extensive use of it under king William IV. That monarch, regardless 
of the object for which the Order had been established, bestowed it 
with profusion on his British subjects, although it had presumably 
been created as a means of rewarding Hanoverian and not British 
subjects. 

On the death of King William IV. on the 20th June, 1837, the 
Crown of Hanover devolved on his brother and heir male the duke 
of Cumberland, and so became separate from the British Crown. 
From this moment the Order became a purely Hanoverian one, and 
therefore in strictest parlance a foreign one. 

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xxxvi INTRODUCTION 

The question as to whether membership of this Order entitled 
the holder thereof to the title of " Sir" and to the rank of a knight 
bachelor of Great Britain is concisely stated by Nicolas in his 
general remarks on the Order. Neither George IY. nor William IY. 
supposed that such title or precedence would attach to the members. 
Regarding the Order as strictly a foreign one, both those kings 
always knighted those members of the Order whom they meant to 
make knights bachelors of Great Britain. Further than this, 
William IY. expressly intimated his opinion to that effect after 
having taken the advice of the lord chancellor on the subject. 
A paper having been laid before the king in Oct. 1831, containing 
reasons for the contention that all the knights of the Order of 
the Guelphs became ipso facto knights bachelors, the king saw so 
much objection to the principle (that the acceptance of any foreign 
Order should confer on the individual the honour of knighthood 
without his being knighted by the Sovereign) that he asked it to be 
referred to the lord chancellor. The lord chancellor's opinion was 
understood to be decidedly against any such right, and the king 
afterwards appointed several hundred British subjects to the Order, 
being assured that they would not thereby become knights bachelors 
of England. 



KNIGHTS BACHELORS xxxvii 



Knights Bachelors of England. 

ANCIENT authors have derived the antiquity of knighthood from 
St. Michael the Archangel, whom they term their premier Chevalier, 
Whilst not agreeing with this, other writers assert that it is as ancient 
as valour itself, and derived its original from Troy, which bred many 
in the heroic paths of virtue and arms, who were deservedly esteemed 
knights -such as Hector, etc. 

Such ancient conceits apart, it may be at once asserted that the 
mediaeval institution of knighthood, of which the modern institution 
is a derivative, is of Frankish origin. There are two streams or lines 
of derivation which can be, if not traced, at least conjectured. 

1. The direct or immediate derivation from the ceremonial or 
ritual of knighthood in use in the Frankish Empire of Charlemagne. 

2. The indirect or immediate derivation from that form of military 
organisation which, in its fullest growth, we call the feudal system. 

As to the first of these it is probable that the highly ceremonial 
form of knighthood which was used by Charlemagne was derived by 
him from the Eastern Empire, and that in its origin it represents a 
strange admixture of the ideas or institutions of ancient Rome and 
of the invading Barbarians. Ancient Rome furnished the idea of a 
knightly Order, as a separate class ; the invading barbarians changed 
the idea of the institution; made it wholly military in purpose, and 
adorned it with their own forms of ceremonial. Not that the institu- 
tion of the Equestrian Order of ancient Rome was the parent of the 
mediaeval institution of knighthood. The distinguishing feature of 
the Ordo Equestris of Rome was the census equestris and the censor's 
choice or allowance of the individual census. Both these character- 
istics are absent from the mediaeval conception of knighthood. But 
the Roman institution furnished the idea of a separate Order or status, 
Between this idea and the barbarian idea of distinction arising only 
hy valour in arms there is a possible connecting link, viz., the institu- 
tion or custom of adoption per arma, which becomes a marked feature 
of the Roman Empire at the time of the invasions of the barbarians. 
Jt was such an adoption that Justinian used with the king of the 



xxxviii INTRODUCTION 

Ostro Goths, and that Theodoric, the king of the Ostro Goths, used 
with the king of the Heruli. 

In his charter on this occasion Theodoric speaks of the custom as 
common and acknowledged : 

" Per arma fieri posse filium grande inter gentes constat esse 
praeconium. . . . Et ideo more gentium et conditione virili 
filium te praesenti munere procreamus ut competenter per 
arma nascaris qui bellicosus esse dignosceris. Damus quidem 
tibi equos, enses, clypeos et reliqua instrumenta bellorum." 

This adoption of a son by arms per arma was not intended as such 
an adoption as would convey rights of succession, but as a publication 
of the Prince's judgment touching the person so adopted and his 
solemn confirmation of him under the name of his son thus to bear 
and use arms. 

Such an institution would inevitably tend to be regarded as the 
seal or mark of admission to a separate and select status. 

But whilst it seems clear that this idea of knighthood as the 
qualification for entering a distinct status was derived by the Frankish 
Empire from the decaying Roman Empire it would seem also clear 
that in its origin the actual form which was given to the ceremony 
itself was of native or barbarian or Teutonic origin. Speaking of 
the formal assumption of arms by the young warrior in the public 
assembly Tacitus says : 

Arma sumere non ante cuiquam moris quam civitas suffecturum 
probaverit. Turn in ipso concilio vel principum aliquis, vel 
pater, vel propinqui scuto frameaque juvenem ornant. Haec 
apud illos toga, hie primus juventae honos. 

From this source have been derived and developed the various- 
ceremonies, the investiture or girding with a sword, the putting on 
of spurs, the blow on the neck or cheek, etc., etc., which characterise 
the solemn form of knighthood in use in the Frankish Empire. In 
his constitutions for the Frisones Charlemagne ordains that the 
governor there should create knights sicut consuetudinis est by 
girding with a sword and striking the person created on the ear ut 
deinceps more militum Sacri Imperii aut Regni Franciae armatr 
incedant. 

Such was the institution of mingled and Teutonic origin as I. 
think which Charlema,gne adopted or revived, and which by 






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his example and influence was spread among the surrounding 
nationalities. 

Confining our attention to England the influence of the Frankish 
example or institution is traceable in the story of Alfred the Great's 
investiture of Athelstan. 

quern etiam premature militem fecerat, donatum chlamyde 
coccinea, gemmato balteo, ense Saxonico cum vagina aurea. 

I take it as self-evident that this highly ceremonial form of 
knighthood is, as far as England is concerned, the direct and only 
origin of the form of knighthood by bathing or by the Bath. The 
introduction of the religious rites of confession, absolution, vigils, 
etc., is possibly attributable to the fact that in Anglo-Saxon times 
(and up to 1102) the bishops and abbots had the right of creating 
knights. 

To this subject sufficient reference has been made already 
(see introduction to the Order of the Bath supra x. xv.). It is only 
necessary to state briefly that religious rites had begun to enter into 
the ceremony of knighthood before the Norman Conquest. The 
knighting of the Conqueror and his sons had the character of a 
religious as well as a legal rite. 

Both John of Salisbury and Peter of Blois mention the knight's 
offering of his sword on the altar as a part of the accustomed 
solemnity of knighthood in the middle of the 12th century. 

In the account of the knighthood at Rouen in 1127 by Henry I. 
of England of Geoffrey of Anjou as prior to his marriage to the 
empress Maud, Henry's daughter, the full and precise ritual of the 
Bath is detailed. 

Whatever authority may or may not attach to this description, 
it is certain that by the time of king John the ritual of the Bath 
was complete, for from his reign onwards we have a series of royal 
Orders addressed to the Wardrobe or to particular sheriffs, etc., 
commanding the delivery of robes and bedding to candidates for 
knighthood as preliminary or preparatory to the ceremony of 
bathing. 

Such official notices as we possess of scattered ceremonial 
knightings by the King during the century 1250 to 1350 almost 
invariably use one phrase to describe it, viz., cingulo inilitari 
accingere, cingulo militiae decorare, and so on, implying a ceremonial 
investiture and girding of the sword, etc. (See Bymer Foedera, i., 
531,586, 698; ii., 1062.) 



xl INTRODUCTION 

I am of the opinion that throughout the late Saxon and early 
Norman times in England this ceremonial form of knighthood (which 
was later known distinctly as knighthood by the bath) was the only 
form of knighthood proper. If so, it would follow as a consequence 
that the ordinarily accepted opinion that Knights Bachelors represent 
an earlier institution than Knights of the Bath is entirely incorrect. 
Knights Bachelors are the later institution, and were practically 
unknown during the period in question. 

2. What I have termed the second line or stream of influence in 
the institution of knights is derived entirely from the characteristic 
feature of the feudal system. Intentionally using non-technical 
terms for the moment, I may express my view as follows : The 
feudal system centred round the idea of a military force settled on 
the land in a certain way or by a certain tenure. All the constituent 
members of that military force were milites in the sense of being 
warriors or horse soldiers, but they were not originally milites in the 
sense of being knights as being admitted by a certain ceremony into 
a certain dignity. They were horse soldiers merely, and their tenure 
of their lands was a soldier's tenure. Throughout the llth and 12th 
centuries, therefore, I would not translate the generic term miles as 
knight but as horse soldier. This would apply equally to Anglo- 
Saxon times. The thegn* of the Anglo-Saxon period was a miles 
in the sense of being a soldier possessing such and such a qualification 
in the way of land, but not a knight in the sense of being a member 
of a certain Order or in the sense of being possessed of a dignity 
inseparable from himself, or inseparable from his name. From the 
9th to the 12th century I take it there was only one species of, or 
means of approach to, knightly honour, viz., that which arose by 
creation by means of those solemn ceremonial rites which, as I have 
said, were subsequently elaborated into the ceremonial of the Bath. 
Outside this restricted class the large body of thegns or milites were 
soldier tenants simply. But from the 12th century a change takes 
place. The institution or idea of knighthood is itself developed or 
expanded in such a way as to potentially comprehend this large body 
of the King's soldier tenants. The limits, in point of time, of this 
change are possibly marked for us by the introduction of the term 
knight itself. Originally the Anglo-Saxon "cniht" was a boy, a 
servant or a military follower ; then the term gathered dignity and in 

* The earliest mention of a Saxon mile occurs under the year 709 A.D. (Cartalarium Saxonicum I. 184). 
It is to my mind a suspicious case. But from the commencement of the 10th century Saxon milites 
( = thegns) occur frequently among the witnesses to charters. 



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the latter half of the llth century it designated a military rank next 
beneath that of the thegns, and, finally, from the commencement 
of the 13th century it assumes (though by no means uniformly) the 
full meaning of the name of a distinct dignity attaching to the 
profession of arms and to military tenure. 

Hitherto the King's tenants in chief had been milites, soldier 
tenants, battalere, or battaliers,* or fighting tenants simply. 
Henceforth they, or a certain portion of them, were to constitute a 
distinct rank possessed of a distinct dignity, which, whilst being less 
in esteem than the ancient ceremonial dignity of knighthood, was 
to be derived from it or partially assimilated to it in matter of form 
and approximated to it in substance. The entry to this dignity was 
given by a simpler form, only one of the several ceremonies which 
characterised the older ceremonial knighting being used, viz., that 
of the mere striking by the sword, but alongside of this there had 
to be in the grantee the necessary qualification of a tenure in 
chivalry from the Crown. Whilst it is possible to lay one's finger 
on the approximate time of the introduction of knighthood by simple 
dubbing (viz., the middle of the 13th century), it is not possible to 
define sharply and clearly the steps in the process of evolution by 
which the military tenant became differentiated from the dubbed 
knight. That evolution implies (what the slightly earlier introduction 
of scutage also implies) that the feudal system was breaking down, 
that the military tenant was ceasing to be a professional warrior 
and was coming more and more to be a landed man. It was as a 

* I suggest as a mere conjecture that the Norman French word battalere became confused with the base 
Latin word baccalaurii. Ultimately the form baccalaurii entirely ousted the form battelier, and occupied 
the field alone, either in its original form as baccalaurii or in its Anglicised form as bachelors. In this way 
may have been evolved the term knights bachelors, one which has been a moot point of discussion among 
antiquaries for generations. The idea that the term bachelor is derived from bas chevalier as representing 
a low or base species of knighthood is self-evidently untenable, for knighthood is a dignity and the first law 
of chivalry is that no dignity can be at once a source of honour and of dishonour. 

I can see no difficulty in the accepted usage or meaning of it in the middle of the 13th century. It is in 

the middle of the 14th century that the first extant list of knight bachelors occurs. I take it, therefore, 

that it was about that time, say during the 13th or 14th century, that some members of the maiu body of 

tenants in chivalry began to be distinguished by the ceremonial of dubbing. Although this was a simpler 

form of ceremonial, and one carrying less weight with it than the older ceremony of knighting by the Bath, 

yet it brought with it distinction enough to make it coveted and to mark off the holders of it from the main 

body of the King's tenants in chivalry. The words of Matthew Paris, therefore "multi de militibus 

universitatis regniqul se volunt bachelarios appellari," seem to me perfectly clear and consonant. They 

mark the time when both the new name and the new dignity were coming into use. 

: see no difficulty whatever in the phrase. It means not the young knights as against the old 

knights, but the dubbed knights as against the undubbed main body of tenants in chivalry. 

f The term communitas bacheleriae Angliae is to my mind not so much a collective 

i term for the whole body of such dubbed knights (which would suggest that knights bachelors were 

I connected by some organisation or bond more or less loose), but a pure abstraction vague and hardly 

translatable. But does it not stand to sense that the dubbed knights would represent the chief and most 

influential of the body of tenants in chivalry, and that in any agitation they would lead the rest of the 

King's tenants as a small but representative community or body ? Finally, as to the passage in Wyke s 

Annales Monastic!, in which the term Bachelor is applied to the London apprentices," innumera multitude 

ribaldorum quos bachelarios vocitabant, " it seems to me merely to prove how general the use of the 

term had become, how quickly it had caught the popular fancy. 

For the whole of this subject, see Professor Tout's article in the English Historical Review, xvii., p. 89, 
January, 1902. 



xlii INTRODUCTION 

stimulus to this decaying military professionalism that the new 
dignity was introduced. Whilst in matter of theory all the military 
tenants holding by a knight's fee were capable of this new dignity, 
they did not as a matter of fact assume it except when called upon 
to do so by the Sovereign or his deputy. Roughly speaking, there- 
fore, we may say that through the earlier medieval period up to the 
middle of the 13th century the idea of military tenure as constituting 
knighthood predominated over that of ceremonial admission by 
dubbing, whilst in the later middle ages the idea of ceremonial 
admission by dubbing prevailed over that of military tenure. In 
modern times the conception of knighthood is purely ceremonial. 
Is is conferred by a mere ceremony, and has no relation whatever 
to military tenure of land from the Crown. 

Let me recapitulate and so render clear the point which I wish to 
make. 

1. From 880 to 1250 approximately the only form of knighthood 
was the highly ceremonial investiture which subsequently developed 
into the ritual of the Bath. The honour was a peculiar and great 
one, and the actual number of knights was small. The main body 
of military followers or tenants-in-chief of the Crown were milites 
or soldiers simply. 

2. From 1250 onwards the dignity of knighthood by dubbing is 
introduced. The whole body of properly qualified military tenants- 
in-chief is theoretically entitled to this dignity. When he assumes 
that dignity or submits to accept it the miles or battelier holding by 
military service becomes a knight battelier or knight bachelor, and 
henceforth miles is the accepted term for a knight bachelor, and 
when once the term miles has obtained this hard and fast meaning it 
ceases to be applied to the wider generic body of military tenants. 
Finally, whilst the whole body of tenants holding by knight's service 
was theoretically entitled to assume knighthood it came to be more 
and more a distinct act depending on the will of the Sovereign, 
Whilst some few accepted the honour eagerly at his hands the main 
body of military tenants remained indisposed to assume it 
doubtless because they regarded it as a form of emphasising or 
re-enacting the military character and burden of the tenure. 
Periodically, therefore, we find the Crown calling upon the tenants 
to assume knighthood and fining them for not obeying. At first the 
idea was doubtless that of registering afresh or keeping actively 
alive the feudal obligation of military service attaching to the 



KNIGHTS BACHELORS xliii 

military tenure, but it was quickly found that the fines levied for 
non-assumption of knighthood afforded a profitable source of income. 
It became, therefore, quite an established practice on the part of the 
Crown to issue proclamations calling on the tenants-in-chief to 
assume knighthood and then to levy fines upon or to accept com- 
positions from those who refused to obey. This practice was observed 
by the Sovereigns of England down to the days of Charles I. 

It is a very curious fact that, as far as the lists of Knights 
Bachelors are concerned, the effect of these proclamations from the 
king is only traceable in a single instance. Soon after his accession 
James I. issued orders requiring the sheriffs, etc., to summon all 
persons possessed of 401. a year to come in and receive the dignity of 
knighthood. These orders were followed on the 17th July, 1603, by 
the issue of the usual commission for compounding with all persons 
who should neglect to comply with the summons. Six days after- 
wards more than 500 of the persons so summoned attended the King 
at Whitehall, and there, in the royal garden, were dubbed knights by 
him. See their names in the text, pp. 113 127). James's motive on 
the occasion was to add grace to the ceremony of his coronation, and 
this was also the reason of the unusually large response. But the 
singularity of this instance will probably serve to illustrate clearly 
the nature of the process which had been going on under the surface. 
In the first stage of that process the Crown had attempted to arrest the 
decay into which the feudal tenures were falling. This it 
attempted to do by, let us say, periodically renewing, or keeping 
up-to-date the registration of the tenants in chivalry. As it was the 
object of the tenants to evade such registration, they shirked the 
assumption of knighthood. But when the tenures had hopelessly 
decayed, when parliamentary grants had superseded the mediaeval 
scutage and tallage, etc., and when the Crown's feudal privileges had 
sunk to such items as wardship, relief, etc., then the qualification of 
the 40L per annum on lands had come to be a social qualification 
carrying very little of the old feudal obligations. The distinction of ^| 
knighthood was therefore no longer attended with the feudal obliga- I 
tions which made the medieval tenant shun it. 

The abolition of the feudal tenures in the middle of the 17th 
century swept away at the same time this feudal privilege of a right 
to knighthood hitherto existing in the 40Z. per annum tenant. 
Accordingly from the days of the Restoration there has remained 
only the sole and simple conception of knighthood as a personal 



xliv INTRODUCTION 

dignity conferred by the ceremony of dubbing by the Sovereign or 
his deputy. When this change had been effected it became an easy 
and not incongruous act to confer upon civilians what was originally 
a purely military dignity. To-day the dignity of knight bachelor is 
in great measure civilian in character. 

The whole of the above attempted explanation of this very obscure 
and difficult subject is advanced tentatively, and I offer it to the 
consideration of scholars in the simple hope that the discussion of it 
may lead to the establishment of some truer theory if mine is wrong. 
As growing out of it there is a precedent question which will require 
solution at the hands of medievalists. That question is this : What 
is the exact meaning of the conventional phrase used in the writs of 
summons to knighthood, arma militaria suscipere? Does it mean 
that the tenant should present himself to the King to receive from 
him in a ceremonial way the arms proper to the degree of knight- 
hood ? If so, that would be an investiture, or, let us say, at the least 
dubbing. Or as an alternative view does it mean that the tenant was 
called upon by such words to attend at some appointed time and place 
in order to acknowledge his liability to such and such military 
service ? In other words, does it mean that the tenant was to attend, 
not to be dubbed a knight, but simply to have his name entered in a 
census, or register, or roll, or schedule. I incline to the latter view 
for the following reasons : 

1. As already stated above, the records of dubbings in the Middle 
Ages never -correspond with the writs for the assumption of 
knighthood. I do not know of any record which would show that 
a writ of summons to knighthood was ever followed by the dubbing 
of a single individual, much less by the dubbing of hundreds, for 
undoubtedly hundreds or even thousands of persons presented 
themselves in obedience to the writ. 

2. The earliest surviving writ for the assumption of knighthood, 
so far as I know, is entered on the Close Holl 16 Hen. III. A typical 
entry of later date may be quoted from the Close Roll of 6 Edw. I. 
The wording of the entry is as follows : 

Rex vicecomiti Glouc. Praecipimus tibi . . . quod omnes illos de 
balliva tua qui habent viginti libratas terrae vel feodum 
unius militis integri de nobis tenent et milites esse debent et 
non sunt, sine dilatione distringas ad arma militaria . . . a 
nobis suscipienda. 



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This is the stereotyped form, and it is not specific. It can be read 
both ways. 

But four years later there is an entry on the Welsh roll of 
10, Edw. I., which is very specific and which, to my mind, throws 
a reflex light on the earlier entry just quoted. The words on the 
Welsh roll are as follows : 

Rex vicecomiti Glouc. . . . Statuimus quod quicunque de regno 
nostro qui triginta libratas terrae habuerit sibi provideat 
quod promptum habeat unum equum fortem et competentem 
ad anna una cum armaturis competentibus ad eundem quo in 
casibus emergentibus sibi servire possit quoties est necesse. 

Now what is the difference between these two entries just quoted? 
Technically, the first is described as a writ for the assumption of 
knighthood ; the second is described as a writ of military summons. 
But surely there is an intimate connection between the two entries. 
The first writ has the, effect of putting a particular number of tenants 
on to the census or schedule of soldiers (milites) liable to military 
duty. Then, four years later, when there is occasion for the services 
of these men the second writ, addressed to the same county calls them 
to the performance of that duty. In accordance with this, I argue 
that the writ for the assumption of knighthood simply established a 
census or roll or register of persons liable to military duty. It did 
not affect the status, the social dignity of the soldier (miles). His 
social status was only enhanced when, later, the added ceremony of 
dubbing was applied to him. 

3. The final reason for my opinion is a very curious one. Among 
the Miscellanea of the Eeceipt, vol. 223, there are still preserved the 
names of all the individuals, arranged county by county, who com- 
pounded for not taking knighthood at the coronation of Charles I. 
The record covers the years 1630 2. and amongst the persons who so 
compounded are at least five baronets (pp. 5, 32, 38, 526, 155) and 
four knights (pp. 5, 113, 135, 155). 

If the writ for the assumption of knighthood called the holder of 
a knight's fee or a 40Z. holder to attend to be dubbed, how should 
knights come to be included? It is surely out of the question. 
The only conclusion in my mind is that the summons to knighthood 
was not a summons to a ceremony to a dubbing, but only a summons 
to the rendering of a military or feudal duty. 

If I have made my main point clear the reader will easily under- 
stand the list of Knights Bachelors in the following pages. If the 
whole body of the feudal military tenants of the Crown were ipso facto 



xlvi INTRODUCTION 

knights then a list of the mediaeval Knights Bachelors of England 
would be a list, generation after generation, of all the tenants-in-chief 
of the Crown holding by military service. But if this whole body was 
not so much composed of knights in esse as of soldiers (milites) or 
knights in posse then the list of Knights Bachelors of England will 
be confined to the list of actually dubbed knights. And no more than 
this is really what all the existing MS. lists give us. The only 
existing records of the mediaeval Knights Bachelors of England 
consist of lists of actual dubbings. 

I have already in the preface described the M.S. sources from 
which the list of mediaeval knights has been drawn. Owing to the 
fact that the public is not allowed to make search in the College of 
Arms it is impossible to say what is the ultimate origin of these 
MSS. thus described. But it is quite clear that they represent more 
or less direct transcripts from entries, kept of old at the College of 
Arms, probably some document containing miscellaneous entries of 
ceremonies, creations, and dubbings. That this record (whatever it 
was) was not on the lines of the later register of knights is shown by 
the fact that it frequently comprised knights who had not paid their 
fees to the College. (See note, Vol. II., p. 26, infra.] Although an 
official document in the sense of being compiled by some member of 
the College, it is plain that it was not regarded as an official register of 
knighthood to which reference could be had as a final authority for 
settling questions of right or precedency, and so forth. Until the 
days of James I. no such register existed, and it is to this fact that 
must be attributed the chaotic and imperfect nature of the lists of 
knights up to the 17th century. 

The register of knights at the College of Arms was, instituted in 
1622 by a signet letter of King James couched in the following 
terms : 

James l.'s order for Knights directed to [Thomas Howard) 
earl of Arundel and Surrey'], the Earl Marshall of 
England, May Id, anno 20 [appointing a register to be 
kept wherein the names of all Jmights should for the 
future be enrolled, and that all knights should have 
precedency according to such enrollment^.* 

By the King. 

Right trusty and well-beloved cousin and councillor, we greet 
you well. Whereas there is daily found great inconvenience 
and many differences arise about the precedence of knights 

*Harl. MS. 983, f. 169. 



KNIGHTS BACHELORS xlvii 

in respect that so exact a roll is not kept of them as ought 
to be in the Office of Arms, the partyes on whom we have 
bestowed that honour not resorting to that office, as they 
ought, to give notice thereof in due time, by reason of which 
neglect much inconvenience hath grown (as we are informed), 
some pretending to that honour who never received it from 
us, others losing their right of precedency, there being no 
record extant whereby to rectify such differences when they 
happen (all which we chiefly impute to the want of an Earl 
Marshal heretofore). We therefore, minding to redress these 
inconveniences, do straightly charge and command all such 
persons on whom we shall hereafter confer that honour that 
within one month at the furthest they bring unto you, our 
Earl Marshal, or your deputy, sufficiently authorised by you, 
a sufficient certificate as well of the time and place as of 
their priority,, and that you thereupon, or your deputy, give 
particular warrant under your or his hand for the entry of 
them accordingly in the Office of Arms, to the end that 
according to such warrantable entry everyone may know his 
due precedency as well in all commissions as in other public 
employments and places whatsoever. And if any, having 
received that honour at our hands, shall not within one month 
bring such a certificate unto you or your deputy for such 
entry to be thereupon made, our pleasure is that he shall 
forfeit the benefit of his due precedency from that time 
forward until his enrolment; neither shall he pretend to any 
place by virtue of his knighthood until he have been so 
enrolled, and then shall take his place no otherwise but from 
the time of his enrollment. Given under our Signet at our 
Palace of Westminster, the 15th day of May, in the twentieth 
year of our reign. 

Some months later the signet letter was re-enforced by James, by 
the following proclamation (Rymer xvii., 488) : 

"Whereas wee have taken knowledge of many and great in- 
conveniences daily ariseing for want of an exact Roll kept in 
the Office of Armes of such as have received from us the 
Order of Knighthood, whereby some have presumed to 
challendge that dignitie, uppon whom the same was never 
conferred; and, amongst them that were indeed knighted, 



xlviii INTRODUCTION 

often questions arise for precedeiicie ; which cannot be decided 
for want of a Record kept thereof : for redress whereof we 
directed our Letters dated the fifteenth Day of May last to our 
right trusty and right welbeloved Cosen and Councellor, 
Thomas Earle of Arrundell and Surrey, our Earl Marshall of 
England, that, according as appertaineth to that his office, he 
should take order therein : nevertheles, by reason of the slack- 
nes and negligence of such as have been by us advanced unto 
that degree, in not giving notice thereof to the said Earle 
Marshall or his deputie, our said Letters have not taken effect 
according to our intent. 

We do therefore hereby publish and declare our Royal 
Pleasure, and doe streightly charge and command, that all 
such persons as sithence the said fifteenth day of May last past, 
have received that dignitie; shall, within three moneths after 
the publishing of this our Proclamation and others that shall 
hereafter receave the like dignitie from us or any our 
Lieve-tenaunts, shall within one month after they have received 
the same within this our Realme of England, or within one 
moneth next after their coming into this Realme, if they 
receive the same out of the Realme, bring or cause to be 
brought a sufficient Certificate thereof, and of the time thereof, 
to our Earle Marshall of England for the tyme being, or to 
such other person or persons as he shall appoint, to the end the 
same may be Registered in a Roll to be therefore kept in the 
Office of Armes, uppon pain that everie person neglecting to 
bring such Certificate shall lose the benefit of his due pre- 
cedencie, and in all commissions, employments and places 
shall be ranked after such as uppon the certificat brought shall 
be registered before them : 

And wee doe likewise signifie and declare our pleasure to 
be, that all such, as at any tyme before the said fifeteenth day 
of May last past did receave the said Order of Knighthood att 
our hands, shall at any tyme hereafter bring such Certificat 
as aforesaid, and shall have the same registered as aforesaid, 
for clearing all controversies and questions that may arise 
touching their precedencie. 

Given at our Court of Windsor the seaven and twentith 
Day of April, in the one and twentith yeare of our Raigne of 
Great Brittaine, France and Ireland, 1623." 



KNIGHTS BACHELORS xlix 

The reception of this royal letter and proclamation by the officials 
of the College of Arms is noted on II. p. 179 infra. It is not to be 
supposed, however, that even after the institution of such a register 
the College of Arms possessed a complete and trustworthy account of 
the dubbings of the Knights Bachelors of England. It did not, for 
the simple reason that it did not profess to do. The College would 
only register a knighthood when the knight paid his fees (which 
amounted to 108/.), and even then it could only register such 
knighthoods as were transmitted to it by certificate from the Lord 
Chamberlain's office. As many knights absolutely refused to pay 
the fees, and as the Lord Chamberlain's office may easily have omitted 
to transmit such certificates, it is self-evident that the register of 
knights at the Heralds College is an imperfect record at best. In 
addition a further element of confusion is introduced by means of 
the register. For it would appear that sometimes the date of registra- 
tion is the date of payment of the fees to the College, and this may be 
much posterior to the date of actual dubbing. This is the only explana- 
tion that I can offer as to the singular discrepancy or variety of dates so 
frequently noticeable in the lists in the following pages. 

As a result all the lists of Knights Bachelors which have 
emanated from members of the College of Arms have been 
characterised by incompleteness or untrustworthiness. A brief 
survey of these publications will serve to bring out this fact : 

1. John Philipot was successively Rouge Dragon and Somerset 
Herald, the latter from 1624. His " perfect collection or catalogue 
of all Knights BatcJielors made by king James since his coming to 
the Crown of England " was not published till 1660, a matter of 
fifteen years after Philipot's death. This book is probably the most 
painstaking and reliable of all the lists which have emanated from 
officials of the College of Arms. But a careful collation of it with 
Nichols' ' progresses of King James ' and with the general authorities 
for the period, especially the State Papers Domestic, reveals many 
errors and discrepancies of date and name. 

2. The next list in point of time is " A Catalogue of the nobility 
of England and Ireland, etc." This book generally passes under the 
name of T[homas] W[alkley]. Walkley, however, was only the 
publisher, and the actual authorship has not transpired. But it 
must have emanated from an official of the College of Arms. The 
first edition appeared in 1630, and the book ran through at least eight 
other editions up to 1658. The last edition, that of 1658, contained 



1 INTRODUCTION 

not only the Knight Bachelors of Charles I. up to his flight from 
Oxford in 1646, but also the subsequent dubbings by the Protectors 
Oliver and Eichard Cromwell. It is from this list that I have copied 
in the following pages; but again here, as in the case of Philipot, 
there are noticeable errors and omissions. 

3 (4). The third and fourth of these lists were the work of 
Francis Townsend, Pursuivant of Arms, a son of that Francis 
Townsend who was Windsor Herald from 1784. He produced 

(3) A calendar of Knights . . . from 1760 to 1828 (London, 1828). 

(4) A catalogue of Knights from 1660 to 1760 (London, 1833). 
Both these lists are execrable in every way, incomplete, chaotic and 
swarming with errors of name, place and date. I have derived 
literally countless corrections of him from the London Gazette, 
the State Papers Domestic, Le Neve, Luttrell's Diary and other 
general sources. 

Finally there is the work of Le Neve. His Pedigrees of Knights 
from Charles II. to Queen Anne has been published from Harl MSS., 
5801-2, by the Harleian Society. 

It is impossible to speak of Le Neve's work save with the greatest 
reverence and respect, but it will be plain to anyone looking into 
it that Le Neve must have been hampered by the imperfect nature 
of the official record on which he based his notes. This is especially 
apparent in the notes of the knights made by Charles II. immediately 
before and after the Restoration a portion which has cost me more 
labour probably than any other part of this work. 

All this is said not in a spirit of carping criticism but simply to 
emphasise the point which I wish to make, viz., that from its very 
nature the register of knights at the College of Arms must be and 
surely is a most imperfect record. 

The great source of correction on which I have relied is, of course, 
the London Gazette. But the London Gazette only began to appear 
in 1665, and for long after the appearance of the first number its 
notices of ceremonials such as dubbings or creations are disappoint- 
ingly casual. Such as they are, however, I trust and claim that the 
reader will find every such notice entered in the present volume. 
Every page and volume of the Gazette has been turned over from its 
commencement to the present day. 

One might naturally suppose that, however imperfect the register 
at the College of Arms is, the record of the London Gazette would be 
complete and unimpeachable. Why it should not be so I cannot say, 



KNIGHTS BACHELORS li 

unless it is due to the extraordinary and unsystematic way in which 
that periodical has been edited in the past. Certain it is that many 
knighthoods never were gazetted at all (probably in consequence of 
non-payment of fees, or again by reason of the casual nature of the 
particular knighthood). Under the circumstances I have done the 
best I can by means of a collation of all the above-named sources 
together with others. 

In conclusion, reference must be made to one or two 
questions touching the dignity of a Knight Bachelor. Although 
not an Order, the honour of Knight Bachelor is a dignity 
or degree, and as such inseparable from the holder. He must 
be named by both his Christian name and his surname as Sir A. B., 
knight, and his wife is to be styled Lady or Dame. If an esquire be 
made a knight he loses his name of esquire, but though a knight be 
made a nobleman or of any higher degree he still retains the name of 
knight and so ought to be styled in all writs. In the ancient books 
of law the dignity of knighthood was held to be universal, so that 
even if a knight received his dignity of a foreign prince he was still 
to be styled and accounted a knight in all legal proceedings within 
England. Some few such knights will be found in the earlier pages 
of the present volume. This usage is, however, no longer accepted 
in England. It is now necessary in order to the recognition of such 
dignities that a British subject who has been honoured by a foreign 
Sovereign should obtain royal letters patent of the Crown of England 
enabling him to have that honour. Further, such permission or 
recognition does not carry with it the slightest title to the rank or 
style of a Knight Bachelor of England. 

But one branch of this law of the universality of the dignity of 
knighthood still maintains. Within the ranks of Knights Bachelors 
there is no distinction or priority save that of date of creation. There 
is no distinction whatever of class according as the dubbing is 
performed by the Sovereign himself or by his deputy. The ancient 
laws of chivalry maintained that the process of knighting could be 
performed by anyone who was himself of the degree of a knight. 
Certainly the commanders of the King's armies possessed and used 
the authority of creating knights as will be found in many places in 
the present volume. The power which still remains in the lord 
lieutenant of Ireland of creating knights is a survival of this 
ancient law of chivalry. This power was called in question 
by the Admiralty in 1821, but it was decided in 1823 by the 



lii INTRODUCTION 

judges that the lord lieutenant does possess since the union of 
Great Britain and Ireland the same power of conferring the honour 
of knighthood which he did [as the King's deputy] whilst Ireland 
was a separate kingdom. Irish knights, therefore, rank for precedence 
with English knights simply according to seniority of creation. 

In a similar manner the power of knighting was held to be 
inherent in the warden of the Marches in the 16th century. 

Again, the Crown may delegate its power of creating knights by 
a specific commission. Numerous instances of this occurred under 
Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth [see Eymer, xv., p. 350]. 

A similar precedent was followed by James II. in 1686 (when the 
duke of Albemarle as lieutenant general and general governor of 
Jamaica was empowered to confer knighthood on such persons, not 
exceeding six, as he should think deserving), and by his present 
Majesty in the commission empowering H.R.H. the duke of York to 
create knights on his colonial tour. On the other hand, the practice 
of making knights by letters patent is a distinct departure from 
ancient practice. "He that receives the dignity of a knight kneels 
down and then the King slightly touches him on the shoulder with 
a sword and says in French sois chevaler au nome de dieu; and after- 
wards avance chivaler, for a knight is not made by letters patent or 
by the King's writ as those of high dignity be, but by the sword, for 
this honour is supposed to be given on the sudden." 

The adoption of the innovation of making knights by letters 
patent has been caused by the growing size of the British Empire, and 
by the necessity of creating knights in absentia to meet such typical 
cases as those of colonial officials who could not visit England to 
receive the honour at the hand of the sovereign. The first instance 
of such a creation by letters patent is that of Robert Chambers, a 
judge in Bengal, in 1777 (see, however, the curious cases infra 
pp. 181 and 250 under dates 1622-3, Feb. 1, and 1674-5, Feb. 22). 
Many other instances of later date will be found in the present 
volume. These letters patent are invariably dated from Whitehall. 

Finally, there remains for discussion the curious subject of 
ihe privilege supposed to pertain to eldest sons of baronets of 
claiming knighthood on arriving at the age of 21. This privilege 
appears to me to have been an afterthought in the creation of the 
dignity of baronets. In fact I am not sure that the whole privilege 
deos not rest on a complete misconception. 

James I.'s original letters patent of 1611 for the creation of 



KNIGHTS BACHELORS liii 

baronets contains no reference to the knighting either of the baronets 
themselves or of their eldest sons.* But after the dignity of baronets 
was erected there arose a dispute as to precedence between the 
younger sons of viscounts and barons on the one hand and the 
baronets [notice, the baronets themselves, not their sons] on the 
other. This dispute was settled by James by fresh letters patent 
dated 13th March, 14 James I. These letters patent contain the 
following clause: "First His Majesty is pleased to knight the 
present baronets that are no knights, and doth also by these presents 
of his mere motion and favour promise and grant for him and his 
successors that such baronets and the heirs male of their bodies as 
hereafter shall be no knights when they shall attain or be of the age 
of 21 years, upon knowledge thereof given to the Lord Chamberlain 
of the Household or Vice-Chamberlain for the time being, or in 
their abence to any other officer attending upon His Majesty's person, 
shall be knighted by His Majesty his heirs and successors." It 
has been taken for granted for two centuries and more that by this 
clause James I. promised to knight the eldest sons of baronets 
during the life of their father. I offer it as a more probable 
interpretation that James only meant that all baronets should be 
knights or should be knighted, not merely the first created baronets 
but their successors after they succeeded to the baronetcy. He 
simply meant to provide that the dignity of knighthood and the style 
of " Sir" should be hereditary, i.e., in the baronet and his heirs male, 
so that the son on succeeding to the baronetcy should be either ipso 
facto knight or should have the right of claiming knighthood if of 
21 years of age; but not that he should be able to claim knighthood 
during the life of his father. I take it that it was an entire 
misconception and quite unjustifiable, when at a subsequent period 
the letters patent of creation of this or that particular baronetcy 
contained a clause covenanting for the knighthood of the son of the 
baronet " although in the lifetime of his father or grandfather." 



*The terms used by James I. in the commission which he issued prior to the institution of the dignity 
of baronets are as follows : 

Concedimus quod stilus et additio baronetti apponatur in fine nominis ejusdem et heredum suorum 
musculorum .... volumus etiam et per praesentes ordinamus quod nomini dicti A B et heredum 
suorum masculorum praedictorum in sermone Anglicano et in omnibus scriptis Anglicanis praeponatur 
haec additio videlicet Anglice Sir et similfcer quod uxores ejusdem A B et heredum suorum masculorum 
habeant et gaudeant hac appelatione videlicet Anglice Lady, Madame et Dame respective secundum usum 
loquendi .... quod praedictus A B et heredes sui masculi praedicti nomen, stilus etc., etc., cum 
omnibus privilegis, etc., eic., successive ger&nt et habeant .... In the first patent itself the words 
are et praedicti baronetti et eorum heredes masculi praedicti respective et de tempore in tempus, etc., etc. 
I consider these words successive and respective et de tempore in tempus to be quite decisive as to James's 
meaning. Each successive holder of the baronetcy shall on succeeding to the baronetcy be entitled to the 
.style of Sir as part of his name. So much and absolutely nothing more. There is not a word as to any 
knighting or any claim to knighthood. 



liv INTRODUCTION 

Although, thus without justification, this privilege claimed by 
eldest sons of baronets remained in force until 1827, Dec. 19. 
By letters patent of that date George IY. was pleased to 
revoke and annul the letters patent of James I. so far as the said 
privilege is concerned, and to declare that in future the patents 
of baronetages should not contain the covenant which entitled 
eldest sons of baronets to claim knighthood. It is clear, however, 
that this revocation cannot have had a retrospective force, as there 
is at least one instance of the privilege being claimed and allowed 
at a date subsequent to that letter patent of George IY. At the 
levee on the 21st Feb., 1865, the lord lieutenant of Ireland, in 
accordance with the ancient privilege, conferred knighthood on Mr. 
George G. O'Donnell, eldest son of Sir Richard O'Donnell, bart., of 
Newport, County Mayo, in compliance with a clause in the patent of 
baronetcy granted in 1780 to Neale O'Donnell, Esq., grandfather of 
the said Sir Richard Annesley O'Donnell, bart. See the note of this 

knighthood infra, Yol. II., p. 357. 

WM. A. SHAW. 



KNIGHTS BACHELORS Iv 



The Knights dubbed in Ireland. 



INTRODUCTION BY G. D. BURTCHAELL. 



ALTHOUGH the Sovereign may authorise any of his subjects to confer 
the honour of knighthood, the Lord Lieutenant General and General 
Governor of Ireland alone in right of his office possesses at the present 
day the Royal prerogative of dubbing Knights Bachelors. 

In Ireland, as elsewhere, in the earliest times, after the 
introduction of chivalry into that country by the Anglo-Norman 
conquerors, every Knight possessed the power of transmitting the 
honour he had himself received to others. Several instances of this 
occur in the Anglo-Irish Annals. The exact period at which the 
privilege became restricted to the Chief Governors is uncertain. 

During the fifteenth century the authority of the Chief Governor 
for the time being known as Lieutenant, Deputy, or Justice, was 
confined to the part of the country only which became known as the 
Pale; outside of which the great Anglo-Irish Magnates did that 
which was right in their own eyes. But soon after the accession of 
Henry VIII. to the throne plans began to be formed for the 
reduction of Ireland to the English rule. 

In the tract entitled State of Ireland and plan for its reformation 
(circa 1515), after recommending "that of the said Irish great land- 
lords and chief of every great nation that shall dispend by the King's 
grant 1,000 marks yearly, by estimation, be create and made Lord of 
the King's Parliament." It is recommended "also, that the chief 
of every petty nation of every Irish country, that shall dispend by 
the King's grant the sum of 500 marks, to him and his heirs for ever, 
be, at the will and discretion of the Deputy and the said captain 
(i.e., chief), made Knight and shall enjoy the honour and worship of 
the order of Knighthood as other English Knights doth." The 
King writing to the Earl of Surrey, Lord Lieutenant in 1520, 



Ivi INTRODUCTION 

says : " And whereas ye write it hath been accustomed heretofore 
that our Lieutenants General of that land, have not only had full 
and ample commission to proceed and execute our authority Eoyal 
against criminous persons, but also to give the Order of Knighthood 
to such noble men from time to time as should deserve the same; ye 
make instance to have such commission and authority to Us ; We in 
consideration of your laudable and right agreeable service, and 
having full trust and confidence in your wisdom, soberness, and 
circumspection, and that ye will not proceed to the condemnation or 
executing of any noble person of name, till ye be advertised of our 
pleasure, and not to advance any manner of personage to the order of 
Knighthood but such as shall merit the same ; We according to your 
desire, send unto you our ample commission and authority for that 
purpose accordingly; and can be agreeable that ye not only make 
O'Nele and such other Lords of the Irishry, as ye shall think good, 
Knights, but also to give unto the said O'Nele a collar of gold of our 
livery, which we also send unto you at this time by our servant 
Sir John Walop." 

In August, 1541, Henry VIII. was proclaimed " King of Ireland." 
Sir Anthony St. Leger, K.G., then Lord Deputy, thus became the first 
"Viceroy," and from that date onwards the power of conferring 
Knighthood was certainly confined to the Chief Governors. With this 
date then a Roll of Knights dubbed in Ireland may be commenced. 

No official record of Knights was, however, kept in Ireland before 
the time of Daniel Molyneux, an eminent antiquary, herald and 
genealogist, who was appointed Ulster King of Arms, 28th June, 1597. 
There was indeed no person to keep any such record before the 
institution of the office of Ulster King of Arms in 1552. But 
Molyneux did not start with his own accession to office. He com- 
menced his list from the return to Ireland of Sir Henry Sidney, K.G., 
as Lord Deputy for the fourth time in January 1565-6. His original 
idea seems to have been to begin with the accession of the reigning 
Sovereign, Queen Elizabeth, to the throne, commencing with a list of 
the Knights who then existed. Several tentative lists for the purpose 
of this register are among the MS. collections of Ulster's Office, 
Molyneux's MS. now in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin, 
and in the British Museum. One of the last has been printed in 
Mr. Metcalfe's Book of Knights, headed by Thomas Earl of Ormond, 
who was, in fact, knighted in England in 1546. The materials 
Molyneux had to work upon were probably what accounts he could 



KNIGHTS BACHELORS Ivii 

find of fees received by his predecessors in office. This would, to a 
certain extent, explain the imperfections and inaccuracies in the 
first twenty years of his register. But from the appointment of his 
uncle and immediate predecessor, Christopher Ussher, as Ulster 
King of Arms, 30th June, 1588, until his own death in 1632, the list 
appears to be complete, with the exception of two or three names, 
perhaps omitted for the non-payment of fees. His successor, Thomas 
Preston, 1633 1642, continued the record. Dr. William Roberts, 
who succeeded, entered upon his office within a year after the great 
Civil war had broken out, and made no attempt to keep a list of 
Knights. To Richard Carney, who became Principal Herald of all 
Ireland under the Commonwealth, is due the credit of returning to 
Molyneux's practice by recording the names and arms of the Knights 
dubbed by "Lord" Henry Cromwell. At the Restoration, Carney 
was made Athlone Pursuivant, and Richard St. George, Ulster King 
of Arms. The latter took no notice of Knights, but we are indebted 
to Carney for keeping a list of those dubbed during St. George's reign 
with, however, a sad gap of nine years, 1664 to 1674. He became 
Ulster on the resignation of St. George in 1683, and thenceforward 
noted the conferring of Knighthood as did also his son and successor, 
Richard Carney II., 16921698, William Hawkins, 16981736, and 
John Hawkins, 17361759. No list was kept by James MacCulloch, 
17591765, Sir William Hawkins, 17651787, or Gerald Fortescue, 
April to October, 1787. Sir Chichester Fortescue, the next Ulster, 
noted a few Knights, but when Sir William Betham became Deputy 
Ulster in 1809, he resumed the practice of keeping an official Register. 
Betham succeeded Fortescue as Ulster in 1821, and was succeeded at 
his death in 1853 by Sir J. Bernard Burke. By him and by the 
present Ulster, Sir Arthur Yicars, who, on the death of Burke, was 
appointed in 1893, the Register has been regularly kept. 

While therefore in such circumstances it is impossible to compile 
a complete Roll of Knights dubbed in Ireland, nevertheless the 
Calendars of State Papers (Ireland) and more especially the Calendar 
of Fiants of Henry VIII., Edward VI., Mary and Elizabeth published 
in the Reports of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records in Ireland 
supply almost complete information as to the names of persons 
Knighted during the period which they cover. The subsequent gaps 
in the lists in Ulster's office can to a great extent be filled from other 
sources, the most difficult period to deal with being the fifty years 
from 1759 to 1809. Newspapers afford a certain amount of informa- 



Iviii INTRODUCTION 

tion, but the names of Knights were not officially gazetted unless 
when the fees were paid. 

The Chief Governors of Ireland were known by the different titles 
of Lord Lieutenant, Lord Deputy, Lord Justice and Lord Justices. 
One Lord Justice, and sometimes two, were appointed to carry on the 
Government during the absence from Ireland of the Lord Lieutenant, 
or Lord Deputy for the time being, or during the vacancy of those 
offices, but since the commencement of the reign of James I. they 
have always been two or three in number. The last instance of 
Knighthood being conferred by the Lords Justices was in 1765, when 
their Excellencies John Lord Bowes, Lord Chancellor, and John 
Ponsonby, Speaker of the House of Commons, Knighted the Lord 
Mayor of Dublin, Sir James Taylor. Here we have an instance of 
the strange anomaly that Knighthood can be conferred by the Chief 
Governors of Ireland although they have not themselves received it, 
and in modern times this has frequently been the case. 

Whenever the Sovereign sets foot in Ireland the functions of the 
Chief Governors cease, and Knights have been dubbed there by 
Richard II., James II., William III., George IV., Victoria and 
Edward VII. 

The greatest number of Knights made by any Chief Governor 
was 83, dubbed by Henry Viscount Falkland, who was Lord Deputy 
for seven years from September, 1622, to October, 1629. This record 
was very nearly surpassed by Robert Earl of Essex, Lord Lieutenant, 
who in little more than four months, 5th May to 24th Sept., 1599, 
made 81 Knights. This drew forth the ire of Queen Elizabeth, who 
in October issued a Proclamation declaring the titles of 38 of those 
Knighted in August and September null and void. Knights, 
however, cannot be unmade in this manner, and the Proclamation 
was without effect. 

From the Annals of Clyn, Grace, Ware and the Book of Howth 
are gathered the following early instances of Knights being made 
in Ireland. 

1284. William Waspayl. 

1308. Richard, Earl of Ulster, at Trim, at Pentecost, made Walter 
de Lacy and Hugh de Lacy Knights. 

1312. At Christmas, Lord John Fitzthomas (Fitz-Gerald), at Adayr, 

made Nicholas fitz-Maurice of Kerry, and Robert de Clahull 
Knights. Some say two others. 

1313. Lord Edmund Butler (Lord Justice) at Dublin at Michaelmas 

made thirty Knights. 



KNIGHTS BACHELORS lix 

1313. Christmas following, at the marriage of Maurice fitz-Thomas 
(Fitz-Gerald) with Katherine, daughter of Richard, Earl of 
IJlster, Edmund le Botiller made two Knights. 

1316. Richard de Bermingham, Lord of Athenry, at Athenry, on 

St. Lawrence's day, knighted John Hussee, a butcher of 
Athenry for his bravery in the victory gained over the Irish. 

1317. At Easter, at Loddyn, near Limerick, six Knights were made. 

1317. Roger cle Mortimer, Lord Justice, on landing at Youghal 

made two Knights. 
1317. He also at Dublin, on Sunday, the day after St. Valentine's 

day, made John Bermingham, John Mortimer, and two or 

three others Knights. 

1330. On Wednesday, the eve of St. Margaret the Virgin, in the 
Camp near Moyalby, the Earl of Ulster made Walter de 
Bermingham and another of his family Knights, Sir Walter 
made Sir Richard de la Rokel and Sir Gilbert de 
Bermingham; and the Earl of Ormond made Sir Edmund 
le Boteller, Robert and Patrick Travers Knights; and 
Sir William de Bermingham made Sir John de St. Aubyn 
and John Monsell Knights, at the same time and place. 

1333. On Friday following the Saturday on the morrow of 
St. Remigius Thomas Cantwell was made Knight at Thurles 
by James le Botiller. 

1335. On Wednesday, in the octaves of St. Francis, Lord James, 
Earl of Ormond, entered the lands of the O'Byrns, of Dufiyr, 
spoiled and burned them, and made there Fulk de la Frene, 
Knight : and Sir Fulk made Sir Gregory de la Launde and 
Matthew fitz-Oliver (de la Frene) Knights the same day 
and place. 

1335. On Wednesday, in the octaves of St. John the Apostls, Lord 

Maurice fitz-Thomas, Earl of Desmond, made seven Knights 
near Greyn (i.e., Pallasgrean, Co. Limerick), on the 
expedition against Brien O'Brien. 

1336. On Monday, on the feast of Fabian and Sebastian, James le 

Botiller, at Roscrea, made John de Rochfort and Geoffrey 
Schorthalis Knights. 

1337. On Monday, on the morrow of St. Lawrence, Henry de Valle 

was made Knight by the Butler on the expedition against 
the O'Byrnes at Arklow. " 



Ix INTRODUCTION 

1338. On the last day of August the Earl of Desmond made 
fourteen Knights at Rathymegan. 

1342. On the 16th day of March Eichard fitz-Redmund le Ercedekne 
was made Knight in Desmond by Maurice fitz-Thomas 
Earl of Desmond, and the said Richard made three Knights 
the same day, and William Grant at that time made 
John le Ercedekne Knight. 

1361. Lionel, Earl of Ulster, Justiciary, in the war with O'Byrne, 
made Knights Robert Preston, Robert Holywood, Thomas 
Talbot, Walter Cusack, James de la Hide, John de la Freigne, 
Patrick and Robert de la Freigne, and many others. 

1394. On Lady day, in March, King Richard II. Knighted the four 
Kings of Ireland O'Neill, King of Ulster; O'Brien, King 
of Munster; MacMurrogh, King of Leinster: and O'Conor, 
King of Connaught together with Sir Thomas Owghrem, 
Sir Jonathas Pado, and Sir John Pado. 

1397. Edmund, Earl of March, Lord Lieutenant, wasted O'Brien's 
country, and at the winning of the chief house, made the 
following Knights Sir Christopher Preston, Sir John 
Bedlow, Sir Edmund Loundres, Sir John Loundres, 
Sir William Nugent, Sir Walter de la Hyde, and Robert 
Caddell. 

1399. In June in the County Kildare, King Richard II. made 
several Knights, among them Prince Henry of Lancaster, 
afterwards King Henry V. He was the only Sovereign of 
England who received the honour of Knighthood in Ireland. 

1419. The 4th of the Ides of May MacMorthe (i.e., MacMurrogh), 
Chief Captain of his Nation and of all the Irish in Leinster, 
was taken prisoner and the same day was Sir Hugh Cokesy 
made Knight. 

Knighthood was conferred upon the following Mayors of Dublin, 
in some cases probably for their Military rather than their Municipal 
Services : 

1428. Sir Walter Tyrrell, then being Mayor for the third time. 
1450. Sir Robert Burnell. He was again Mayor in 1454, 1458 and 

1461. 

1453. Sir Nicholas Woder, then Mayor for the ninth time. 
1464. Sir Thomas Newbury, then Mayor for the ninth time. He 

served a tenth time in 1467. 



KNIGHTS BACHELORS Ixi 

1468. Sir William Grampe, or Grainpy, who had previously been 
Mayor in 1466. 

In 1474 the Fraternity of Arms of St. George was established 
by Parliament for the defence of the Pale, and has sometimes been 
regarded as an Order of Knighthood. Lodge refers to it as the 
Order of the Garter in Ireland. But the members of the fraternity 
were not required to be Knights or to receive Knighthood upon their 
admission, and the Mayors of Dublin and Drogheda for the time 
being were always to be members. It was abolished by Parliament 
in 1494. 

The names of a vast number of Irish Knights, wno flourished 
prior to the middle of the sixteenth century, can be gathered from 
the Patent and Close Rolls, Pipe Rolls, and Plea Rolls of Ireland, 
and other sources, but the time, place and circumstances of their 
Knighting it would now be impossible to determine and no attempt 
has been made to collect them here. The Knights dubbed in Ireland 
in the following list commence with those who, as far as can be 
ascertained, exclusive of Peers, were living when Ireland was erected 
into a Kingdom in 1541. Not only has free access to the entire 
Records of the Office of Arms being accorded to me by Sir Arthur 
Yicars,K.C.Y.O., Ulster, but also to his own extensive MS. collections, 
and his valuable suggestions and assistance I most gratefully 
acknowledge. 

G. D. BURTCHAELL. 



Ixii INTRODUCTION 



Addenda of 
Scotch Knights dubbed by Charles I. 



Knights dubbed by Charles I. during his abode in Scotland from 
the 13th of June to the 16th of July, 1633. Printed from Sir James 
Balf our's " Historical Works," iv., pp. 364 T : " From his Majesty's 
coming to Scotland to his returne for England he dubbed 54 knights 
at severall tymes, in diversse places." (Ibid. 1, p. 202.) 

These names are not recorded in the Register of Knights at the 
Heralds' College in London, the reason being doubtless that the fees 
arising therefrom were payable to Lyon King of Arms and that as a 
consequence the English Heralds had no interest in making the 
entries of the names. The proper place for these knights is, of course, 
their strict chronological place among the Knights Bachelors. They 
are entered because they were discovered after the volume was in 
print and it was impossible for the moment to upset the text by so 
large an insertion. They will be printed in their proper place in a 
subsequent edition. 

1633, June 14. JA HACKETT, junior, of Pitfirrin (at Dalkeith). 

1633, June 15. ALEX. CLERK, provost of Edinburgh (at Edinburgh, 
at his Majesty's entry). 

1633, June 17. ARTHUR DOUGLAS, of Whittinghem (in the With- 
drawing Chamber at Holyrood House, on the occasion of the 
creation of the Marquess of Douglas). 

1633, June 17. TILL CARMICIIELL, of that ilk (ibid, same occasion). 

1633, June 17. TILL AUTHENLECK, of Balmano (ibid, same occa- 
sion). 

1633, June 17. TILL ROBINSONE, of Neubie (ibid, same occasion). 

1633, June 17. Jo DOUGLAS, of Barras (ibid, same occasion). 

1633, June 17. JA NICOLESONE, of Coberspeth (i&z'd, same occasion). 

1633, June 17. THO BLARE, of Balthaiocke (ibid, in the afternoon 
on the occasion of the creation of the earl of Kinnoul). 

1633, June 17. PEITER HAY, of Meginche (ibid, same occasion). 

1633, June 17. PAT OGILVEY, junior, of Inchemartyne (ibid, same 
occasion). 



KNIGHTS BACHELORS Ixii 

1633, June 17. THO STEUARTE, junior, of Gairntilley, (ibid, same 
occasion). 

1633, June 17. PATRICK HAY, of Pitfoure (ibid, same occasion). 

1633, June 18. GEO. COCKBURNE, of Ormestoune (at Holyrood 

House). 

1633, June 20. Jo. SETTONE, of St. German's (at Holyrood). 
1633, June 22. Jo. VATCHOUPE, of Nidrie (at Holyrood House). 
1633, June 22. PATR. HAMILTONE, of Litlepreston (ibid). 
1633, June 22. DAVID SYBALD, of Rankeilor (ibid). 

1633, June 22. ALEX. CARNAGY, of Balnamoune (in the privy 

gallery at Holyrood, about 6 o'clock at night). 
1633, June 22. JA. STEUARTE, of Butte (ibid et tune). 

1633, June 23. PAULS MENZIES, of Kinmundie, provost of Aber- 
deen (ibid, at 7 o'clock at night). 

1633, June 23. LUDOUICK STEUARTE, junior, of Minto (ibid et 
tune). 

1633, June 28. TILL DOUGLAS, of Cavers, sheriff of Teifidale (at 
Edinburgh, at the Parliament House). 

1633, July 5. ALEXANDER SUYNTONE, of that ilk (at Dumfermline, 
on the occasion of the creation of the earl of Ancrum). 

1633, July 5. JA. HONEPENEY, junior, of Pitmilley (ibid, same 
occasion). 

1633, July 5. Jo. DUNDAS, of Fingaslie (ibid, same occasion). 

1633, July 5. THO. KER, of Kedden (ibid, same occasion). 

1633, July 12. EDMOND BOYER, (Bowyer), of Camberwell, an 
English gentleman (ibid, same occasion). [As Bowyer 
was an English subject, his fees were due to the English 
Heralds. We should therefore expect that his name would 
be recorded by them. And this is what we do find; for in 
the Register at the Heralds' College there is entered the 
original certificate of Sir James Balfour, Lyon King of 
Arms, of Bowyer's knighthood. He, accordingly, appears 
in his proper place in the list of Knights Bachelors, infra, 
11, p. 201. He is, of course, the only one in the present 
list of knights who does so appear in the English records]. 



Ixiii INTRODUCTION 

1633, July 12. ARCHIBALD DOUGLAS, junior, of Maines (at Dal- 

keith). 

1633, July 12. THO. EUTHVEN, of Freeland (ibid). 
1633, July 12. VILL. ROSSE, of Murrestone (at Holyrood). 
1633, July 12. MERKE KER, of Manldsley (ibid). 
1633, July 12. Jo. HALDANE, of Gleneggies (ibid). 
1633, July 12. ALEX. KENNEDY, of Collen (ibid). 
1633, July 12. GEO. HALIBRUNTONE, of Fodrens (ibid, in the 

morning about 10 o'clock, being Friday). 
1633, July 12. JA. BANANTYNE, of Neuhall (ibid). 
1633, July 12. ALEX. SETTONE, of Getlereuche (ibid). 
1633, July 12. Three senators of the College of Justice (ibid). 
1633, July 12. LEUES STEUARTE, advocate (ibid, a little after the 

three senators). 
1633, July 14. JA. MURRAY, senior, son to the sheriff of Forrest 

(at Seton, being Sunday). 

1633, July 14. JA HAMILTONE, senior, of Bromehill (ibid). 
1633, July 14. JA. MURRAY, of Baberton, master of [the] Works 

(ibid). 

1633, July 14. Eo GRAHAMS, junior, of Morpsie (ibid). 
1633, July 14. DAVID CRIGHTONE, of Lugtoune (ibid). 
1633, July 15. DUNCANE CAMPELL, junior, of Achinbu (ibid, in 

the morning). 
1633, July 15. WILL. SIMPLE (Sempill), brother to the lord 

Sempill (ibid, after dinner). 

1633, July 15. ALEX. SETTONE (Seton), second son of G. earl of 
Wintoun, and himself afterwards viscount of Kingston 
(ibid et tune). 

1633, July 15. THO. SETTONE, brother to the said earl of Wintoun 
(ibid et tune). 

1633, July 15. ANDREW MURRAY, of Balvaird (ibid et tune). 

1633, July 15. ANDR. HAY, junior, of Keilor (ibid et tune). 

1633, July 16. THO. HOPE, junior, advocate (at Innerwicke). . 

1633, July 16. BRYCE BLARE, of that ilk (ibid). 

1633, July 16. VILLIAM BLARE, of Balgillo (ibid). 

1633, July 16. PATRICK DOUGLAS, of Kilspindey (ibid). 

1633, July 16. ALEX. SHAW, of Sauchie (ibid). 

1633, July 16. ALEX. HAMILTONE, brother to the earl of Abercorn 

(ibid). 
1633, July 16. PATRICK ABERCROMBAY, a gentleman pensioner 

(ibid). 
1633, July 16. JA. AUCHMUTEY, a gentleman pensioner (ibid). 






tlbe flfcost floble r&er of the (Barter. 



The Most Noble Order of the Garten 



KING EDWARD III., the first Sovereign. 

Died 1377, June 21. 

KNIGHTS FOUNDERS. 

1348, Apr. 23. EDWARD (PLANTAGENET), prince of Wales. Died 
1376, June 8. (1) 

1348, Apr. 23. HENRY (PLANTAGENET), earl of Derby, afterwards 
duke of Lancaster. Died 1360-1, March 24. (2) 

1348, Apr. 23. THOMAS (BEAUCHAMP), llth earl of Warwick. Died 
1369, Nov. 43. (3) 

1348, Apr. 23. JOHN DE GRAILLY, vicomte de Benanges et Castillon, 
Captal de Buch. Died before April 4, 1377. (4) 

1348, Apr. 23. RALPH (STAFFORD), lord, afterwards earl of, 
Stafford. Died 1372, Aug. 31. (5) 

1348, Apr. 23. WILLIAM (DE MONTACUTE), 5th earl of Salisbury. 
Died 1397, June 3. (6) 

1348, Apr. 23. Sir ROGER (DE MORTIMER), 4th lord Mortimer de 
Wigmore, afterwards 2nd earl of March. Died 1359-60, 
Feb. 26. (7) 

1348, Apr. 23. JOHN (DE LISLE), 2nd lord Lisle de Rougemont. 
Died 1356, Oct. 14. (8) 

1348, Apr. 23. Sir BARTHOLOMEW BURGHERSH, afterwards 3rd lord 
Burghersh. Died 1369, April 5. (9) 

1348, Apr. 23. Sir JOHN BEAUCHAMP, afterwards lord Beauchamp 
de Warwick. Died 1360, Dec. 2. (10) 

1348, Apr. 23. JOHN (MOHUN), 2nd lord Mohun de Dunster. Died 
1376, Sept. 14. (11) 

1348, Apr. 23. Sir HUGH COURTENAY, son and heir apparent of 
Hugh, earl of Devon. Died before 1349, Sept. 2. (12) 

1348, Apr. 23. Sir THOMAS HOLAND, afterwards 7th earl of Kent. 
Died 1360, Dec. 28. (13) 

1348, Apr. 23. JOHN (GREY), 1st lord Grey de Rotherfield. Died 
1359, Sept. 1. (14) 

1 



2 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

1348, Apr. 23. Sir RICHARD FiTZ-SiMON of Simons Hide, Herts. 
Latest notice of him 1347-8. (15) 

1348, Apr. 23. Sir MILES STAPLETON of Bedale, Co. Yorks, and of 
Ingham, Norfolk. Died 1364, Dec. 4. (16) 

1348, Apr. 23. Sir THOMAS WALE of Wedon, Pinkeney, Co. 
Northampton. Died 1352, Oct. 26. (17) 

1348, Apr. 23. Sir HUGH WROTTESLEY of Wrottesley, Co. Stafford. 
Died 1380-1, Jan. 23. (18) 

1348, Apr. 23. Sir NELE LORYNG of Chalgrave, Co. Bedford. Died 
1385-6, March 18. (19) 

1348, Apr. 23. Sir JOHN CHANDOS. Died 1369, Dec. 31. (20) 

1348, Apr. 23. Sir JAMES AUDLEY of Stratton Audley, Co. Oxford. 
Died 1369. (21) 

1348, Apr. 23. Sir OTHO HOLAND, brother of No. 13. Died 1359, 
Sept. 3. (22) 

1348, Apr. 23. Sir HENRY EAM. Latest notice of him 1358, May 
15. Died before 1360. (23) 

1348, Apr. 23. Sir SANCHET D'ABRICHECOURT. Latest notice of 
him 1345, Oct. 20. (24) 

1348, Apr. 23. Sir WALTER PAVELY of Boughton Aluph, Kent. 
Died 1375, June 28. (25) 



after 1348. Sir WILLIAM FITZWARYNE. Died 1361, Oct. 28. In 
place of No. 24. (26) 

after 1348. ROBERT (DE UFFORD), 1st earl of Suffolk. Died 1369, 
Nov. 4. In place of No. 15. (27) 

after 1349, Sept. 2. WILLIAM (DE BOHUN), 5th earl of Northampton. 
Died 1360, Sept. 6. In place of No. 12. (28) 

after 1352, Oct. 26. REGINALD (DE COBHAM), 1st lord Cobham of 
Sterborough. Died 1361, Oct. 5. In place of No. 17. (29) 

after 1356, Oct. 14. Sir RICHARD DE LA VACHE. Died about 1365-6, 
Jan. 29. In place of No. 8. (30) 



K.G. 3 

after 1358, May 15. THOMAS (UGHTRED), lord Ughtred. Died shortly 
before 1365, May 28. In place of No. 23. (31) 

after 1359, Sept. 1. Sir WALTER (MANNY), 1st lord Manny. Died 
1371-2, Jan. 13. In place of No. 14. (32) 

after 1359, Sept. 3. Sir FRANK VAN HALE. Died before 1376, Apr. 4. 
In place of No. 22. (33) 

after 1359-60, Feb. 26. Sir THOMAS UFFORD. Died before 1368, 
Nov. 18. In place of No. 7. (34) 

after 1360, Dec. 2. LIONEL (PLANTAGENET), "of Antwerp," earl of 
Ulster, afterwards duke of Clarence, 3rd son of Edward III. 
Died 1368, Oct. 17. In place of No. 10. (35) 

after 1360, Dec. 28. JOHN (PLANTAGENET), "of Gaunt," afterwards 
duke of Lancaster and king of Castile and Leon, 4th son of 
Edward III/ Died 1398-9, Feb. 3. In place of No. 13. (36) 

after 1360, Sept. 16. EDMUND (PLANTAGENET), " of Langley," after- 
wards earl of Cambridge and Duke of York, 5th son of 
Edward III. Died 1402, Aug. 1. In place of No. 28. (37) 

after 1360-1, Mar. 24. EDWARD (LE DESPENCER), 5th lord le 
Despencer. Died 1375, Nov. 11. In place of No. 2. (38) 

after 1361, Oct. 5. Sir JOHN SULLY. Died about 1388. In place of 
No. 29. (39) 

after 1361, Oct. 28. WILLIAM (LATIMER), 4th lord Latimer. Died 
1381, May 28. In place of No. 26. (40) 

after 1364, Dec. 4. HUMPHREY (DE BOHUN), 12th earl of Hereford, 
etc. Died 1372-3, Jan. 16. In place of No. 16. (41) 

after 1365, May 28. INGELRAM DE Couci, sire de Couci, etc., after- 
wards 2nd earl of Bedford, husband of Isabella daughter of 
Edward III. Died 1396-7, Feb. 18. In place of No. 31. (42) 

after 1365-6, Jan. Sir HENRY PERCY, afterwards 1st earl of 
Northumberland, attainted in 1406. Died 1407-8, Feb. 19. 
In place of No. 30. (43) 

after 1368, Oct. 17. RALPH (BASSET), 4th lord Basset of Drayton. 
Died 1390, May 10. In place of No. 35. (44) 

after 1368, Nov. 18. Sir RICHARD PEMBRUGGE. Died 1375, July 26. 
In place of No. 34. (45) 



4 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

after 1369, April 5. JOHN (DE NEVILL), 3rd lord Nevill de Eaby. 
Died 1388, Oct. 17. In place of No. 9. (46) 

after 1369, Nov. 4. Sir ROBERT DE NAMUR. Died 1392, Aug. 18. 
In place of No. 27. (47) 

after 1369, Nov. 13. JOHN (HASTINGS), 12th earl of Pembroke. 
Died 1375 or 1376, Apr. 16. In place of No. 3. (48) 

? 1369. Sir THOMAS DE GRANSON. Died between April 14, 1375, 
and April 4, 1376. In place of No. 21. (49) 

after 1369, Dec. 31. GUY (BRYAN), lord Bryan. Died 1390, Aug. 
17. In place of No. 20. (50) 

after 1371-2, Jan. 13. Sir GUICHARD D'ANGLE, afterwards 12th earl 
of Huntingdon. Died 1380, between March 25 and April 
4. In place of No. 32. (51) 

after 1372, Aug. 31. Sir ALAN BUXHULL. Died 1381, Nov. 2. In 
place of No. 5. (52) 

after 1372-3, Jan. 16. THOMAS (BEAUCIIAMP), 12th earl of Warwick. 
Died 1401, April 8. In place of No. 41. (53) 

after 1375, Apr. 16. JOHN (DE MONTFORT otherwise DE BRETAGNE), 
duke of Brittany and count of Montfort and earl of Rich- 
mond ; husband of Mary, 4th daughter of Edward III. 
Died 1399, Nov. 1 or 2. In place of No. 48. (54) 

after 1375, June 28. Sir THOMAS BANASTRE. Died 1379, Dec. 16. 
In place of No. 25. (55) 

after 1375, July 26. WILLIAM (DE UFFORD), 2nd earl of Suffolk. 
Died 1381-2, Feb. 13. In place of No. 45. (56) 

after 1375, Nov. 11. HUGH (STAFFORD), 2nd earl of Stafford. Died 
1386, Sept. 26 or Oct. 2. In place of No. 38. (57) 

after 1376, Sept. 14. THOMAS (DE HOLAND), 8th earl of Kent. Died 
1397, April 25. In place of No. 11. (58) 

after 1376, Apr. 4. Sir THOMAS PERCY, afterwards 2nd earl of: 
Worcester. Beheaded 1403, July 23. In place of No. 49. (59) 

after 1376, Apr. 4. Sir WILLIAM BEAUCHAMP, afterwards 18th lord 
Bergavenny. Died 1411, May 8. In place of No. 33. (60) 



K.G. 5 

1377, Apr. 23. RICHARD (PLANTAGENET) , prince of Wales, after- 
wards King Richard II. Died 1400, Feb. 10. In place 
of No. 1. (61) 

1377, Apr. 23. HENRY (PLANTAGENET), 9th earl of Derby, after- 
wards duke of Lancaster and King Henry IV. Died 1412-3, 
March 20. In place of No. 4. (62) 



RICHARD II., the second Sovereign (1377, June 21). 

after 1377, June 21. Sir JOHN BURLEY. Died 1383, between June 
and October. In place of No. 36, who was translated to 
the prince's stall on the accession of the Sovereign. (63) 

after 1377, Aug. 26. Sir LEWIS CLIFFORD. Died between Sept. 19 
and Dec. 5, 1404. In place of No. 42, who surrendered the 
order 1377, -Aug. 26. (64) 

after 1379, Dec. 16. BERMOND ARNAUD DE PREISSAC, Soudan de la 
Trau. Latest notice of him 1384, July 26. In place of 
No. 55. (65) 

after 1380, Apr. 4. THOMAS (PLANTAGENET), "of Woodstock," 6th 
son of Edward III., earl of Buckingham, afterwards duke 
of Gloucester. Murdered 1397, Sept. ( ?) 8. In place of 
No. 51. (66) 

after 1380-1, Jan. 23. Sir THOMAS FELTON. Died 1381, Apr. 26. 
In place of No. 18. (67) 

after 1381, Apr. 26. Sir JOHN HOLAND, afterwards earl of Huntingdon 
and 1st duke of Exeter, half-brother to Richard II. 
Beheaded 1399-1400, Jan. 15. In place of No. 67. (68) 

after 1381, May 28. Sir SIMON BURLEY. Beheaded 1388, May 15. 
In place of No. 40. (69) 

after 1381, Nov. 2. Sir BRYAN STAPLETON. Died 1394, July 25. 
In place of No. 52. (70) 

after 1381-2, Feb. 13. Sir RICHARD BURLEY. Died 1387, May 23. 
In place of No. 56. (71) 

after 1383, June-Oct. THOMAS (MOWBRAY), earl of Nottingham, 
afterwards 2nd duke of Norfolk. Died 1400 (? 1399), Sept. 
22 or 27. In place of No. 63. (72) 



6 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

after 1384, July 26. EGBERT (DE VERB), 9th earl of Oxford, after- 
wards Duke of Ireland. Attainted 1387-8, Feb. 13. Died 
1392, Nov. 22. In place of 65. (73) 

after 1385-6, Mar. 18. EICHARD (FITZ-ALAN), 15th earl Arundell. 
Beheaded 1397, Sept. 21. In place -of No. 19. (74) 

after 1386, Oct. 2. Sir NICHOLAS SARNESFELD. Died 1394-5! In 
place of No. 57. (75) 

after 1387, May 23. EDWARD (PLANTAGENET), afterwards 2nd duke 
of York and duke of Albemarle. Died 1415, Oct. 25. In 
place of No. 71. (76) 

after 1387-8, Feb. 13. Sir HENRY PERCY, called Hotspur, son of 
the 1st earl of Northumberland. Died 1403, July 21. In 
place of and on the attainder of No. 73. (77) 

after 1388, May 15. JOHN (DEVEREUX), 2nd lord Devereux. Died 
1392-3, Feb. 22. In place of No. 69. (78) 

after 1388, Oct. 17. Sir PETER COURTENAY. Died 1404-5, Feb. 2. 
In place of No. 46. (79) 

? 1388 (or 1386). THOMAS (I/E DESPENCER), 6th lord le Despencer, 
afterwards earl of Gloucester. Beheaded 1399-1400, Jan. 17. 
In place of No. 39. (80) 

after 1390, May 10. WILLIAM L, duke of Guelders and Juliers. Died 
1401-2', Feb. 16. In place of 44. (81) 

after 1390, Aug. 17. WILLIAM VL, count of Holland, duke of 
Bavaria and count of Hennegau, Holland and Zealand. 
Died 1417, May 31. In place of No. 50. (82) 

after 1392, Aug. 18. JOHN (BOTTRCHIER), 2nd lord Bourchier. Died 
1400, May 21. In place of No. 47. (83) 

after 1392-3, Feb. 22. JOHN (BEAUMONT), 4th lord Beaumont. 
Died 1396, Sept. 9. In place of No. 78. (84) 

after 1394, July 25. Sir WILLIAM LE SCROPE, afterwards 1st earl of 
Wiltshire. Beheaded 1399, July 30. In place of No. 70. (85) 

? 1394-5. Sir WILLIAM ARUNDEL. Died 1400, Aug. In place of 
No. 75. (86) 

after 1396, Sept. 9. Sir JOHN BEAUFORT, afterwards earl of Somerset 
and marquess of Dorset. Died 1410, April 21. (87) 



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after 1397, Apr. 25. THOMAS (DE HOLAND), 9th earl of Kent, 
afterwards duke of Surrey. Beheaded 1399-1400, Jan. 7. 
In place of No. 58. (88) 

after 1397, June 3. JOHN (DE MONTACUTE), 6th earl of Salisbury. 
Beheaded 1399-1400, Jan. 7. In place of No. 6. (89) 

after 1397, Sept. 8. ALBERT COUNT PALATINE, duke of Bavaria, count 
of Holland. Died 1404, Dec. 13. In place of No. 66. (90) 

after 1397, Sept. 21. Sir SIMON FELBRIGGE. Died 1442, Dec. 3. In 
place of No. 74. (91) 

after 1398-9, Feb. 3. Sir PHILIP DE LA YACHE. Died between 
April 25, 1407 and June 22, 1408. In place of No. 36. (92) 



HENRY IT., the third Sovereign (1399, Sept. 29). 

after 1399, Sept. 29. HENRY (PLANTAGENET), prince of Wales, after- 
wards Henry V. Upon the accession of the Sovereign. Died 
1422, Aug. 31. (93) 

after 1399, July 30. THOMAS (PLANTAGENET), " of Lancaster," after- 
wards 2nd Duke of Clarence, 2nd son of Henry IV. Died 
1420-1, March 22. In place of No. 85. (94) 

after 1400 (? 1399), Sept. 2. JOHN (PLANTAGENET), "of Lancaster," 
afterwards duke of Bedford and Regent of France, 3rd son 
of Henry IV. Died 1435, Sept. 14. In place of No. 72. (95), 

after 1399, Nov. 1. HUMPHREY (PLANTAGENET), "of Lancaster/** 
afterwards duke of Gloucester, 4th son of Henry IY. Died 
1446-7, Feb. 28. In place of No. 54. (96) 

after 1399-1400, Jan. 7. THOMAS (FiTZ ALAN), 17th earl of Arundel. 
Died 1415, Oct. 13. In place of No. 89. (97) 

after 1399-1400, Jan. 7. Sir THOMAS BEAUFORT, afterwards 2nd duke- 
of Exeter. Died 1426, Dec. 30. In place of No. 88. (98) 

1403, July 22. RICHARD (BEAUCHAMP), 13th earl of Warwick. Died 
1439, Apr. 30. In place of No. 80. (99) 

after 1399-1400, Jan. 15. WILLIAM (WILLOUGHBY), 5th lord 
Willoughby de Eresby. Died 1409, Nov. 30. In place of 
No. 68. (100) 



8 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

after 1400, May 21. Sir THOMAS EEMPSTON. Died 1406, Oct. 31. 
In place of No. 83. (101) 

after 1400, Aug. JOHN I., king of Portugal, brother-in-law of 
Henry IV. Died 1433, Aug. 14. In place of No. 86. (102) 

after 1401, Apr. 8. Sir THOMAS ERPYNGHAM. Slain 1428, July 4. 
In place of No. 53. (103) 

1402, April. EDMUND (STAFFORD), 5th earl of Stafford. Died 1403, 
July 21. In place of No. 81. (104) 

after 1402, Aug. 1. EALPH (DE NEVIL), lord Nevil de Eaby, after- 
wards 1st earl of Westmorland. Died 1425, Oct. 21. In 
place of No. 3T. (105) 

after 1403, July 21. EDMOND (DE HOLAND), 10th earl of Kent. Died 
1408, Sept. 18. In place of No. 104. (106) 

after 1403, July 21. EICHARD (GREY), 4th lord Grey de Codnor. 
Died 1418, Aug. 1. In place of No. 77. (107) 

after 1403, July 23. WILLIAM (DE Eos), 7th lord Eos of Hamlake. 
Died 1414, Sept. 1. In place of No. 59. (108) 

after 1404, Dec. 5. Sir JOHN STANLEY. Died 1413-4, Jan. 8. In 
place of No. 64. (109) 

after 1404, Dec. 13. ERIC IX., king of Denmark, Sweden and 
Norway, son-in-law to Henry IV. Died 1459. In place 

of No. 90. (110) 

after 1404-5, Feb. 2. JOHN (LOVEL), 5th lord Lovel of Titchmersh. 
Died between July 26 and Sept. 12, 1408. In place of 
No. 79. (Ill) 

after 1406, Oct. 31. HUGH (BURNELL), 3rd lord Burnell. Died 1420, 
Nov. 27. In place of No. 101. (112) 

? after 1407-8, Feb. 19. EDWARD (CHERLETON), 5th lord Cherleton 
de Powys. Died 1420-1, March 14. In place of No. 43. 

(113) 

? after 1408, June 22. GILBERT (TALBOT), 5th lord Talbot. Died 
1419, Oct. 19. In place of No. 92. (114) 

? after 1408, Sept. 12. HENRY (FiTZ-Huan), 3rd lord Fitz-Hugh. 
Died 1424-5, Jan. 11. In place of No. 111. (115) 



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after 1408, Sept. 18. Sir EGBERT UMFRAVILLE. Died 1436, Dec. 27. 
In place of No. 106. (116) 

after 1410, Apr. 21. Sir JOHN CORNWALL, afterwards lord Fanhope. 
Died 1443, Dec. 1. In place of No. 87. (117) 

after 1409, Nov. 30. HENRY (LE SCROPE), 3rd lord Scrope de 
Masham. Beheaded 1415, Aug. 5. In place of No. 100. (118) 

after 1411, May 8. THOMAS (DE MORLEY), 4th lord Morley. Died 
1416, Sept. 24. In place of No. 60. (119) 



HENRY Y., the fourth Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1412-13, March 20. 

after 1412-3, Mar. .20. Sir JOHN D'ABRICHECOURT. Died between 
July 26 and Oct. 1, 1415. Upon accession of the Sovereign. 

(120) 

after 1413-4, Jan. 8. THOMAS (DE MONTACUTE), 7th earl of Salisbury. 
Died 1428, Nov. 3. In place of No. 109. (121) 

after 1414, Sept. 1. THOMAS (DE CAMOYS), lord Camoys. Died 1419, 
March 28. In place of No. 108. (122) 

after 1415, Aug. 5. Sir WILLIAM HARYNGTON. Died before 1439-40, 
March 12. In place of No. 118. (123) 

? after 1415, Oct. 1. WILLIAM (LA ZOUCHE), 4th lord Zouche de 
Haryngworth. Died 1415, Nov. 3. In place of No. 120. (124) 

after 1415, Oct. 13. Sir JOHN HOLAND, afterwards earl of Hunting- 
don and 3rd duke of Exeter. Died 1447, Aug. 5. In place 
of No. 97. (125) 

after 1415, Oct. 25. RICHARD (DE VERE), llth earl of Oxford. Died 
1416-7, Feb. 15. In place of No. 76. (126) 

after 1415, Nov. 3. SIGISMUND, Emperor of Germany. Installed 
1416, May. Died 1437, Dec. 9. In place of No. 124. (127) 

after 1416, Sept. 24. ROBERT (WILLOUGHBY), 6th lord Willoughby 
de Eresby. Died 1452, July 25. In place of No. 119 (128) 

after 1416-7, Feb. 15. Sir JOHN BLOUNT. Died before 1418, Nov. 
11. In place of No. 126. (129) 



io ORDER OF THE GARTER 

after 1417, May 31. Sir JOHN BOBESSART. Elected by the Sovereign 
whilst serving with him in Normandy. Died 1450, Dec. 24. 
In place of No. 82. (130) 

after 1418, Aug. 1. HUGH (STAFFORD), lord Stafford or 4th lord 
Bourchier. Elected ut supra. Died 1420, Oct. 25. In 
place of No. 107. (131) 

? after 1418, Nov. 11. Sir WILLIAM PHELIPP, afterwards 6th lord 
Bardolf. Elected ut supra. Died 1441, June 6. In place 
of No. 129. (132) 

after 1419, Oct. 19. Sir JOHN (GREY), earl of Tankerville in Nor- 
mandy. Slain 1420-1, March 22. Elected ut supra. In 
place of No. 114. (133) 

after 1420, Oct. 25. Sir WALTER HUNGERFORD, afterwards 1st lord 
Hungerford. Installed 1421, May 3. Died 1449, Aug. 9. 
In place of No. 131. (134) 

1421, May 3. Sir LEWIS ROBESSART, afterwards lord Robessart or 
lord Bourchier. Died 1431, Nov. 26. In place of No. 112. 

(135) 

1421, May 3. Sir HERTONG YON CLUX. Died about 1445-6. In 
place of No. 113. (136) 

1421, May 3. JOHN (DE CLIFFORD), 7th lord de Clifford. Slain 
1421-2, March 13. In place of No. 122. (137) 

1421, May 3. JOHN (DE MOWBRAY), earl Marshal, afterwards 4th 
duke of Norfolk. Died 1432, Oct. 19. In place of No. 133. 

(138) 

1421, May 3. WILLIAM (DE LA POLE), 6th earl, afterwards 1st duke 

of Suffolk. Killed 1450, May 2. In place of No. 94. (139) 

1422, April 25. PHILIP II., Duke of Burgundy. Declined to accept 

the order. (140) 



HENEY VI., the fifth Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1422, Aug. 31. 

1424, May 6. JOHN (TALBOT), 7th lord Talbot, afterwards 4th earl 

of Shrewsbury. Slain 1453, July 17. In place of No. 140. 

(141) 

1425, Apr. 22. Sir THOMAS (DE SCALES), 7th lord Scales. Died 1460, 

July 25. In place of No. 115. (142) 



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1426, Apr. 22. Sir JOHN FASTOLF. Died 1460, Nov. 5. In place of 

No. 105. (143) 

1427, Apr. 22. PETER, duke of Coimbra, 3rd son of John I. of 

Portugal and of Philippa of Lancaster, sister of Henry IV. 
Ensigns sent to him 1427, May 22. Installed by proxy 
1428, Apr. 22. Slain at Alfato Robero 1449, May 20. In 
place of No. 98. (144) 

1429, Apr. 22. HUMPHREY (STAFFORD), 6th earl of Stafford, after- 
wards duke of Buckingham. Slain 1460, July 10. In place 
of No. 103. (145) 

1429, Apr. 22. Sir JOHN RADCLIFFE. Died 1440-1, Feb. 26. In 
place of No. 121. (146) 

1432, Apr. 22. JOHN (FITZ-ALAN, alias DE ARUNDELL), 19th earl of 

Arundel. Died 1435, June 12. In place of No. 135. (147) 

1433, Apr. 22. RICHARD (PLANTAGENET), 3rd duke of York. Slain 

1460, Dec/ 30. In place of No. 138. (148) 

1435, May 8. EDWARD, king of Portugal, nephew of Henry IY. of 
England. Died 1438, Sept. 18. In place of No. 102. (149) 

before 1436, May. EDMUND (BEAUFORT), count of Morteign in 
Normandy, afterwards 2nd duke of Somerset. Slain 1455, 
May 22 or 23. In place of No. 147. (150) 

before 1436, May. Sir JOHN GREY (DE RUTHYN). Died 1439, Aug. 27. 
In place of No. 95. (151) 

before 1438, Apr. 22. Sir RICHARD (NEVILL), 8th earl of Salisbury. 
Beheaded 1460, Dec. 31. In place of No. 116. (152) 

1438, Apr. 22. ALBERT, duke of Austria, afterwards emperor 
Albert II. Not installed. Died 1439, Oct. 27. In place 
of No. 127. (153) 

after 1438, Sept. 18. GASTON DE Foix, count of Longueville, Captal 
de Buch. Died about 1458. In place of No. 149. (154) 

after 1439, Apr. 30. WILLIAM (NEVILL), lord Fauconberge or lord 
Nevill de Fauconberge, afterwards llth earl of Kent. Died 
1462-3, Jan. 9. In place of No. 99. (155) 

after 1439, Aug. 27. JOHN (BEAUFORT), 3rd earl, afterwards 1st 
duke of Somerset. Died 1444, May 27. In place of 
No. 151. (156) 



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after 1439-40, May 12. Sir EALPH BOTELEU, afterwards 6th baron 
Sudeley. Died 1473, May 2. In place of No. 123. (157) 

after 1440-1, Feb. 26. JOHN (BEAUMONT), 1st viscount Beaumont. 
Slain 1460, July 10. In place of No. 146. (158) 

after 1441, June 6. Sir JOHN BEAUCHAMP, afterwards 1st lord 
Beauchamp of Powyk. Installed 1445, Aug. 16. Died 
April, 1475. In place of No. 132. (159) 

after 1442, Dec. 3. HENRY, duke of Yiseu, 4th son of John I. of 
Portugal by Philippa of Lancaster, sister of Henry IV. 
Died 1461, Nov. 13. In place of No. 91. (160) 

1445, July 11. Sir THOMAS Hoo, afterwards baron of Hoo and of 
Hastings. Installed Aug. 16. Died 1454-5, Feb. 13. In 
place of No. 117. (161) 

1445, July 11. ALVARO VASQUEZ D'ALMADA, count d'Avranches. 

Installed Aug. 16. Slain at Alfato Robero 1449, May 20. 
In place of No. 156. (162) 

1446, May 12. JOHN DE Foix, vicomte de Chastillion, Captal de 

Buch, &c., in France and earl of Kendal in England. 
Surrendered the Garter about 1462. Died about 1485. In 
place of No. 136. (163) 

1447, April 22. ALPHONSTJS V., king of Portugal. Died 1481, Aug. 

24. In place of No. 96. (164) 

1447, Nov. 27. Sir FRANCIS STJRRIENNE, sire de Lunee, called " the 
Arragonese." Installed Dec. 8. Resigned after 1450, 
April 23. In place of No. 125. (165) 

1450, Aug. 4. ALPHONSUS V., king of Arragon and Naples. Died 
1458, June 28. In place of No. 162. (166) 

1450, Aug. 4. WILLIAM, duke of Brunswick. Not installed, and 
election therefore void. In place of No. 144. 



1450, Aug. 4. CASIMIR IV., king of Poland. Not installed and 
election thereby vacated. In place of No. 139. 



1450, Aug. 4. RICHARD (WYDVILLE), baron, afterwards 1st earl 

Rivers. Beheaded 1469, Aug. 12. In place of No. 134. (169) 

1451, May 28. JOHN (DE MOWBRAY), 5th duke of Norfolk. Installed 

by proxy 1452, Apr. 22. Died 1461, Nov. 6. In place of 
No. 165. (1TO) 



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after 1450, Dec. 24. HENRY (BOURCHIER), lord Bourchier, count of 
Eu, afterwards 14th earl of Essex. Died 1483, Apr. 4. 
Installed 1452, Apr. 22. In place of No. 130. (171) 

1453, May 7. Sir EDWARD HULL. Not installed. Slain 1453, July 
18. In place of No. 128. (172) 

before 1457, May 13. JOHN (TALBOT), 5th earl of Shrewsbury. 

Installed May 14. Slain 1460, July 10. In place of No. 141. 

(173) 
before 1457, May 13. THOMAS (STANLEY), 1st lord Stanley. Installed 

May 14. Died 1458-9, Feb. 20. In place of No. 161. (174) 

before 1457, May 13. LEO or LIONEL (DE WELLES), 6th lord Welles. 
Installed May 14. Slain 1461, March 29. In place of 
No. 172. (175) 

1457, May 14. FREDERICK III., emperor of Germany. Not installed, 
and election therefore void. In place of No. 150. 



before 1459, Apr. 23. JAMES (BUTLER otherwise ORMOND), 2nd earl 
of Wiltshire, 5th earl of Ormond. Attainted 1461, Nov. 4. 
Died (?) after 1475. In place of No. 174. (177) 

before 1459, Apr. 23. JOHN (SUTTON alias DUDLEY), 5th lord Dudley. 
Died 1487, Sept. 30. In place of No. 154. (178) 

before 1459, Apr. 23. JOHN (BOURCHIER), 1st lord Berners. Died 
1474, May 16. In place of No. 167. (179) 

before 1459, Apr. 23. JASPER (TUDOR), 16th earl of Pembroke, after- 
wards 3rd duke of Bedford, uterine brother to king Henry 

VI. Deposed from the Order in 1461 but restored by Henry 

VII. Died 1495, Dec. 21. In place of No. 166. (180) 

1460-1, Feb. 8. RICHARD (NEVILL), 16th earl of Warwick. Deposed 
about 1468. Slain 1471, April 14. In place of No. 145. (181) 

1460-1, Feb. 8. WILLIAM (BONVILLE), 1st lord Bonville. Beheaded 
1460-1, Feb. 18. In place of No. 142. (182) 

1460-1, Feb. 8. Sir THOMAS KIRIELL. Beheaded 1460-1, Feb. 18. 
In place of No. 173. (183) 

1460-1, Feb. 8. Sir JOHN WENLOCK, afterwards 1st lord Wenlock. 
Slain 1471, May 4. In place of No. 158. (184) 



14 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

EDWARD IV., the sixth Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1460-1, Mar. 4. 

? 1461. GEORGE (PLANTAGENET), 3rd duke of Clarence, brother of 
the sovereign. Attainted 1477-8, Jan. 15. Executed Feb. 18. 
In place of No. 180 on the latter's deposition in 1461. (185) 

? 1461. Sir WILLIAM CHAMBERLAINE. Died between 1461-2, March 
3 and 1462, April 21. In place of No. 175. (186) 

? 1461. JOHN (DE TIPTOFT), 4th earl of Worcester. Royal warrant 
dated 14612, March 21 ordaining his installation by proxy. 
Beheaded 1470, Oct. 18. In place of No. 170. (187) 

? 1461. WILLIAM (HASTINGS), 1st lord Hastings de Hastings. In- 
stalled ut supra. Beheaded 1483, June 13. In place of 

No. 182. (188) 

? 1461. JOHN (NEVILL), lord Nevill de Montagu or lord Montagu, 
afterwards marquess of Montagu. Installed ut supra. Slain 
1471, Apr. 14. In place of No. 152. (189) 

? 1461. WILLIAM (HERBERT), lord Herbert, afterwards 17th earl of 
Pembroke. Installed ut supra. Beheaded 1469, July 27 or 
28. In place of No. 176. (190) 

? 1461. Sir JOHN ASTLEY. Installed ut supra. Died about 1488. 
In place of No. 177. (191) 

? 1462-3. FERDINAND I., king of Naples. Ensigns sent to him 
1463, July 18: not installed before 1465. Died 1493-4, 
Jan. 25. In place of No. 143. (192) 

? 1462-3. GALEARD DE DUREFORT, seigneur de Duras. Surrendered 
the order after 1475, Aug. 29. In place of No. 160. (193) 

? 1462-3. JOHN (LB SCROPE), 5th lord Scrope de Bolton. Died 1498, 
July 12 or August 17 or 27. In place of No. 148. (194) 

? 1462-3. FRANCIS SFORZA, duke of Milan. Died 1465-6, March 8. 
In place of No. 110. (195) 

? 1462-3. JAMES (DOUGLAS), 9th earl of Douglas. Died 1488 (?), 
Apr. 15. In place of No. 155. (196) 

? 1462-3. Sir ROBERT HARCOURT. Slain 1470, Nov. 14. In place 
of No. 183. (197) 



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before 1465-6, Feb. 4. RICHARD (PLANTAGENET), 3rd duke of 
Gloucester, afterwards Richard III. Died 1485, Aug. 22. 
In place of No. 163. (198) 

? 1466, Apr. 27. ANTHONY (WYDVILLE), lord Scales, afterwards 
2nd earl Rivers. Beheaded 1483, June 25. In place of 
No. 195. (199) 

? 1467, Apr. 22. INIGO D'AVALOS, count de Monte Odorisio. Election 
vacated probably by neglect of installation. In place of 
No. 186. (200) 

? 1468. CHARLES THE BOLD, duke of Burgundy. Slain 1476-7, 
Jan. 5. In place of No. 181. (201) 

? 1471. WILLIAM (FITZ-ALAN), 21st earl of Arundel. Died 1488. 
In place of No. 189. (202) 

1472, Apr. 24. JOHN (DE MOWBRAY), 6th duke of Norfolk. Died 
1475-6, Jan! 17. In place of No. 187. (203) 

1472, Apr. 24. JOHN (STAFFORD), 3rd earl of Wiltshire. Died 1473, 
May 8. In place of No. 190. (204) 

1472, Apr. 24. WALTER (DEVEREUX), 7th lord Ferrers. Slain 1485, 
Aug. 22. In place of No. 197. (205) 

1472, Apr. 24. WALTER (BLOUNT), 1st lord Mount joy. Died 1474, 
Aug. 1. In place of No. 200. (206) 

1472, Apr. 24. JOHN (HOWARD), lord Howard, afterwards 8th duke 
of Norfolk. On the accession of Richard III. he removed 
to the stall vacated by that sovereign. Slain 1485, Aug. 22. 
In place of No. 169. (207) 

? 1472-3. JOHN (DE LA POLE), 2nd duke of Suffolk. Died 1491. In 
place of No. 168. (208) 

1473-4, Feb. 26. THOMAS (FITZ-ALAN alias ARUNDELL), lord Mal- 
travers, afterwards 22nd earl of Arundel. Died 1524, Oct. 25. 
In place of No. 157. (209) 

1473-4, Feb. 26. Sir WILLIAM PARRE. Died about 1483. In place 
of No. 184. (210) 

after 1474, May 16. HENRY (STAFFORD), 2nd duke of Buckingham. 
Beheaded 1483, Nov. 2. In place of No. 179. (211) 



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1474, Aug. 18. FREDERICK UBALDI, duke of Urbino. Died 1482, 
Sept. 10. In place of No. 206. (212) 

1474, Aug. 18. HENRY (PERCY), 5th earl of Northumberland. 

Killed 1489, April 28. In place of No. 204. (213) 

1475, May 15. EDWARD (PLANTAGENET), prince of Wales, after- 

wards king Edward Y. Died 1483, June 25. Elected to 
the prince's stall vacant since the death of No. 127, owing to 
the fact that No. 153 died without installation. (214) 

1475, May 15. RICHARD (PLANTAGENET), 5th duke of York, second 

son of the sovereign. Died 1483, June 25. In place of 
No. 159. (215) 

after 1475-6, Jan. 10. THOMAS (GREY), 4th marquess of Dorset. Died 
1501, Sept. 20. In place of No. 203. (216) 

1476, Nov. 4. Sir THOMAS MONTGOMERY. Died 1494-5, Jan. 11. 

In place of No. 193. (217) 

1479-80, Feb. 10. FERDINAND Y., king of Castile and Arragon. 
Election voided by non-acceptance or by neglect of installa- 
tion. In place of No. 185. (218) 

1479-80, Feb. 10. HERCULES D'ESTE, duke of Modena and Ferrara. 
Installed 1480, Oct. 26. Died 1504-5, Jan. 25. In place of 
No. 201. (219) 

1482, Sept. 15. JOHN II., king of Portugal. In place of No. 164. 
Election vacated by neglect of installation and No. 222 
elected in his place. He-elected in 1488 in place of No. 202. 
Died 1495, Oct. 25. (220) 



EDWARD Y., the seventh Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1483, April 9. 



RICHARD III., the eight Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1483, June 25. 

? 1483. FRANCIS (LOVEL), viscount Lovel. Attainted and degraded 
1485, Nov. Died 1487, June 16. In place of No. 218. (221) 

? 1483. THOMAS (HOWARD), 13th earl of Surrey. In place of No. 
220. Attainted and degraded 1485, Nov. 7. Restored 1488-9, 
Jan. 15, and reinstated in place of No. 227 after the latter' s 
death in 1490. Died 1524, May 21. (222) 



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? 1483. Sir RICHARD RADCLIFFE. Slain 1485, Aug. 22. In place 
of No. 212. (223) 

? 1483. THOMAS (STANLEY), lord Stanley, afterwards 10th earl of 
Derby. Died 1504, July 29 ( ? 9). In place of No. 188. (224) 

? 1483. Sir THOMAS BURGH, afterwards 1st lord Burgh. Died 1495-6, 
Feb. 18. In place of No. 207 on the latter's removal to the 
sovereign's stall. (225) 

? 1483. Sir EICHARD TUNSTALL. Died 1491 or 1492. In place of 
No. 210. (226) 

? 1483. Sir JOHN CONYERS. Died 1490. In place of No. 199. (227) 



HENRY VII., the ninth Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1485, Aug. 22. 

before 1486, Apr. 22. JOHN (DE VERB), 13th earl of Oxford. Died 
1512-3, Mar. 10. In place of No. 207. (228) 

before 1486, Apr. 22. Sir JOHN (CHEYNE, CHEYNEY or CHENEY), lord 
Cheyne. Died 1489, July 14 (? 1495-6 P1499, May 30). 
In place of No. 205. (229) 

before 1487, May 14. JOHN (DINHAM), 8th lord Dinham. Died 
1500-1, Jan. 28 (? 1508-9, Jan. 28). Elected on the 
degradation of No. 222. (230) 

before 1487, May 27. GILES (DAUBENEY), 1st lord Daubeney. Died 
1508, May 28 (?23). In place of No. 223. (231) 

before 1487, May 27. Sir WILLIAM STANLEY. Beheaded 1494-5, 
Feb. 15, In place of No. 215. (232) 

before 1487, May 27. GEORGE (STANLEY), 9th lord Strange. Died 
1497, Dec. 5 (? 1503, Dec. 4). In place of No. 211. (233) 

after 1487, Sept. 30. GEORGE (TALBOT), 7th earl of Shrewsbury. 
Installed 1488, April 27. Died 1538, July 26. In place of 
No. 178. (234) 

after 1487, Sept. 30. Sir EDWARD WIDVILE, called lord Widvile. 

Installed ut supra. Slain 1488, July 27. In place of 

No. 221. (235) 
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18 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

before 1488, Sept. 29. JOHN (WELLES), viscount Welles. Installed 
1489, July 19. Died 1498-9, Feb. 9. In place of No. 235. 



1488, Nov. 16. Sir JOHN SAVAGE. Installed 1489, July 19. Slain 
1491, Oct. In place of No. 191. (237) 

? 1488. Sir EGBERT WILLOUGHBY, afterwards 1st lord Willoughby 
de Broke. Died 1502, Aug. 23. In place of No. 196. (238) 

? 1489, Oct. 16. MAXIMILIAN I., king of the Eomans, afterwards 
emperor of Germany. Invested by commission dated 1490, 
Sept. 12, but there is a doubt as to his installation. Died 
1518-9, Jan. 12. In place of No. 213. (239) 

? 1491. ARTHUR (TUDOR), prince of Wales. Installed 1491, May 8, 
in the stall vacant since the accession of No. 214 as king 
Edward Y. Died 1502, Apr. 2. (240) 

? 1491. EDWARD (COURTENAY), 18th earl of Devon. Died 1509, 
May 28. In place of No. 229. (241) 

? 1493. ALPHONSUS, duke of Calabria, afterwards Alphonsus II., 
king of Naples. Invested at Suessa, 1493, May 19, installed 
1494, May. Died 1495, Nov. 19. In place of No. 237. (242) 

? 1493. Sir EDWARD POYNINGS. Died between July 27 and Dec. 19, 
1521. In place of No. 208. (243) 

? 1493. JOHN, king of Denmark, Sweden and Norway. Election 
probably vacated by neglect of installation. In place of 
No. 226. (244) 

after 1494-5, Jan. 11. Sir GILBERT TALBOT. Died 1517, Aug. 17. 
In place of No. 217. (245) 

? 1495. HENRY (TUDOR), duke of York, afterwards Henry VIII. 
Installed 1495, May 17. Died 1546-7, Jan. 28. In place 
of No. 192. (246) 

? 1495. HENRY ALGERNON (PERCY), 6th earl of Northumberland. 
Died 1527, May 19 ( ? June 29). In place of No. 232. (247) 

? 1496. EDWARD (STAFFORD), 3rd duke of Buckingham. Degraded 
1521, Apr. 23. Executed 1521, May 17. In place of 
No. 220 (248) 

? 1496. Sir CHARLES SOMERSET, afterwards 6th earl of Worcester. 
Died 1526, Apr. 15. In place of No. 242. (249) 



K.G. I 9 

? 1496. EDMUND (DE LA POLE), 8th earl of Suffolk. Degraded 
1500. Beheaded 1513, Apr. 5. In place of No. 180. (250) 

? 1496. HENRY (BOURCHIER), 15th earl of Essex. Died 1539-40, 
Mar. 13 or 14. In place of No. 225. (251) 

after 1498, Aug. 17. Sir THOMAS LOVELL. Died 1524, May 25. In 
place of No. 194. (252) 

1499, Apr. 23. Sir RICHARD POLE. Died 1504, Nov. In place of 
No. 236. (253) 

? 1500. Sir RICHARD GUILDFORD. Died 1506, Sept. 28. In place 
of No. 250, on the latter's degradation. (254) 

after 1500-1, Jan. 28. Sir REGINALD BRAY. Died 1503, Aug. 4. 
In place of No. 230. (255) 

after 1501, Sept. 20. THOMAS (GREY), 5th marquess of Dorset. Died 
1530, Ocf 10. In place of No. 216. (256) 

before 1503, May 7. PHILIP, archduke of Austria, duke of Burgundy, 
afterwards Philip L, king of Castile. Installed in person 
1504-5, Feb. 9. Died 1506, Sept. 25. In place of No. 240. 

(257) 

? after 1504, Aug. 19. GERALD (FITZ-GERALD), 8th earl of Kildare. 
Installed by proxy 1505, May 4. Died 1513. Sept. 3. In 
place of No. 238. (258) 

before 1503-4, Feb. 22. GUIDO UBALDI DE MONTEFELTRE, duke of 
Urbino. Died 1507, Apr. 11. In place of No. 255. (259) 

1505, April 22. EICHARD (GREY), 14th earl of Kent. Died 1524, 
May 3 (? April 3). In place of No. 233. (260) 

before 1505, May 4. Sir HENRY STAFFORD, afterwards 5th earl of 
Wiltshire. Died 1523, Apr. 6 (P1522-3, Mar. 6). In place 
of No. 224. (261) 

before 1506, May 23. Sir RHYS ap Thomas Fitz-Urian. Died after 
1524-5, Feb. 2. In place of No. 253. (262) 

? 1506-7. Sir THOMAS BRANDON. Installed 1507, May 10. Died 
1509-10, Jan. 29. In place of No. 219. (263) 

1508, Dec. 20. CHARLES, archduke of Austria, afterwards emperor 
Charles Y. Died 1558, Sept. 21. In place of No. 257. (264) 



20 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

HENRY VIII., the tenth Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1509, Apr. 21. 

1509, May 18. Sir THOMAS DARCY, afterwards 1st lord Darcy de 
Darcy. Installed May 21. Degraded on or before Apr. 23. 
Executed 1537, June 20. In place of No. 254. (265) 

1509, May 18. EDWARD (STJTTON alias DUDLEY), 6th lord Dudley. 

Installed May 21. Died 1531-2, Jan. 31. In place of 
No. 259. (266) 

1510, Apr. 23. EMANUEL, king of Portugal. Elected to the stall 

vacant on the accession of the sovereign. Election probably 
vacated by neglect of installation. Died 1521, Sept. 13. 

(267) 

1510, Apr. 23. Sir THOMAS HOWARD, afterwards earl of Surrey and 
10th duke of Norfolk. Installed Apr. 27. In place of 
No. 231. Degraded 1546-7. Restored to the Order in 1553 
in place of No. 330. Died 1554, Aug. 25. (268) 

1510, Apr. 23. Sir HENRY MARNY, afterwards 1st lord Marny. 
Installed Apr. 27. Died 1523, May 24. In place of 
No. 241. (269) 

1510, Apr. 23. THOMAS (WEST), 8th lord de la Warr. Installed 
May 11. Died 1525, Oct. 11. In place of No. 263. (270) 

1513, Apr. 23. GEORGE (NEVILL), 5th lord Bergavenny. Installed 
May 7. Died 1535, June 14. In place of No. 267. (271) 

1513, Apr. 23. Sir EDWARD HOWARD. Not installed. Slain 1513, 
Apr. 25. In place of No. 244. (272) 

1513, Apr. 23. Sir CHARLES (BRANDON), 4th duke of Suffolk. In- 

stalled May 7. Died 1545, Aug. 14 or 24 or 21. In place 
of No. 228. (273) 

1514, Apr. 23. JULIAN DE MEDICIS, duke of Nemours, brother of 

Pope Leo X. Not installed. Died 1516-7, Mar. 17. In 
place of No. 258. (274) 

1514, Apr. 23. Sir EDWARD STANLEY, afterwards 1st lord Mont- 
eagle. Installed May 8. Died 1523, Apr. 6. (P1524, Apr. 
7). In place of No. 272. (275) 

1518, Apr. 24. THOMAS (DACRE), 3rd lord Dacre of Gillesland. In- 
stalled May 16. Died 1525, Oct. 24. In place of No. 274. 

(276) 



K.G. 2i 

1518, Apr. 24. Sir WILLIAM SANDYS, afterwards 1st lord Sandys de 
Vyne. Installed May 16. Died 1542. In place of No. 245. 

(277) 

1521, Apr. 24. HENRY (COURTENAY), 20th earl of Devon, after- 

wards marquess of Exeter. Installed June 9. Beheaded 
1538-9, Jan. 9. In place of No. 248. (278) 

1522, Apr. 23. FERDINAND, archduke of Austria, afterwards emperor 

of Germany. Invested at Nuremberg 1523, Dec. 8. Installed 
by proxy 1524, July 17. Died 1564, July 25. In place of 
No. 239. (279) 

1522, Apr. 23. Sir RICHARD WINGFIELD. Installed May 11. Died 

1525, July 22. In place of No. 243. (280) 

1523, Apr. 23. Sir THOMAS BOLEYN, afterwards earl of Wiltshire 

and earl of Ormond. Installed Aug. 15. Died 1538-9, 
March 13. In place of No. 261. (281) 

1523, July 13. WALTER (DEVEREUX), 9th lord Ferrers, afterwards 

1st viscount Hereford. Installed Aug. 13. Died 1558, 
Sept. 27 or 17. In place of No. 269. (282) 

1524, Apr. 23. ARTHUR (PLANTAGENET), natural son of king Edward 

IV., 6th viscount Lisle. Installed May 7. Died 1541-2, 
March 3. In place of No. 260. (283) 

1524, Apr. 23. EGBERT (RADCLYFFE), 10th lord Fitzwalter, after- 

wards 8th earl of Sussex. Installed May 7. Died 1542, 
Nov. 27. In place of No. 275. (284) 

1525, Apr. 23. WILLIAM (Frrz-ALAN), 23rd earl of Arundel. In- 

stalled June 25. Died 1543-4, Jan. 23 (?20V In place of 
No. 222. (285) 

1525, Apr. 24. THOMAS (MANNERS), 13th lord Eos, afterwards 2nd 
earl of Eutland. Installed June 25. Died 1543, Sept. 20. 
In place of No. 252. (286) 

1525, June 7. Sir HENRY FITZROY, afterwards duke of Eichmond 
and Somerset, natural son of Henry VIII. Installed June 
25. Died 1536, July 22. In place of No. 209. (287) 

1525, June 7. EALPH (NEVILL), 4th earl of Westmorland. Installed 

June 25. Died 1549, Apr. 24. In place of No. 262. (288) 

1526, Apr. 24. WILLIAM (BLOUNT), 4th lord Mountjoy. Installed 

May 6. Died 1534, Nov. 8. In place of No. 280. (289) 



22 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

1526, Apr. 24. Sir WILLIAM FITZWJLLIAM, afterwards 1st earl of 
Southampton. Installed May 6. Died 1542, Oct. In 
place of No. 276. (290) 

1526, Apr. 24. Sir HENRY GUILDFORD. Installed May 6. Died 

between 1532, May 18, and 1532-3, Feb. 10. In place of 
No. 270. (291) 

1527, Oct. 21. FRANCIS I., king of France. Invested Nov. 10. In- 

stalled by proxy 1527-8, Jan. 26. Died 1547, Mar. 31. In 
place of No. 249. (292) 

1527, Oct. 21. JOHN (DE YERE), 15th earl of Oxford. Installed 
1527-8, Jan. 26. Died 1539-40, Mar. 21. In place of 
No. 247. (293) 

1531, Apr. 23. HENRY (PERCY), 7th earl of Northumberland. In- 

stalled May 6. Died 1537, June 30. In place of No. 256. 

(294) 

1532, Oct. 27. ANNE DE MONTMORENCY, comte de Beaumont, due de 

Montmorency. Elected and invested at Calais : installed 
by proxy 1533, May 18. Died 1567, Nov. 12. In place of 
No. 266. (295) 

1532, Oct. 27. PHILIP DE CHABOT, comte de Neublanche. Elected, 
etc., ut supra. Died 1543, June 1. In place of No. 291. (296) 

1534-5, Jan. 20. JAMES Y., king of Scotland. Invested at Edin- 
burgh Feb. 21. Installed by proxy 1535, Aug. 22. Died 
1542, Dec. 14. In place of No. 289. (297) 

1536, Apr. 23. Sir NICHOLAS CAREW. Installed May 21. Beheaded 

1538-9, Mar. 3. In place of No. 271. (298) 

1537, Apr. 23. HENRY (CLIFFORD), 1st earl of Cumberland. In- 

stalled May 13. Died 1542, Sept. (or Apr.), 22. In place 
of No. 265. (299) 

1537, Aug. 5. THOMAS (CROMWELL), 1st lord Cromwell, afterwards 
16th earl of Essex. Installed Aug. 26. Executed 1540, 
July 28. In place of No. 294. (300) 

1539, Apr. 24. JOHN (RUSSELL), lord Russell, afterwards 3rd earl of 
Bedford. Installed May 18. Died 1554-5, Mar. 14. In 
place of No. 281. (301) 

1539, Apr. 24. Sir THOMAS CHENEY. Installed May 18. Died 1558, 
Dec. 15. In place of No. 278. (302) 

1539, Apr. 24. Sir WILLIAM KINGSTON. Installed May 18. Died 
1540, May 13. In place of No. 298. (303) 



K.G. 2 3 

1540, Apr. 23. THOMAS (AuDLEY),lord Audley of Walden. Installed 
May 19. Died 1544, Apr. 30. In place of No. 251. (304) 

1540, Apr. 23. Sir ANTHONY BROWNE. Installed May 19. Died 

1548, May 6. In place of No. 293. (305) 

1540-1, Jan. 9. EDWARD (SEYMOUR), 8th earl of Hertford, after- 
wards duke of Somerset. Installed 1541, May 22. Beheaded 
1551-2, Jan. 22. In place of No. 303. (306) 

1541, Apr. 23. Sir HENRY HOWARD, commonly called earl of Surrey, 

son and heir apparent of Thomas, 10th duke of Norfolk. 
Installed May 22. Executed 1546-7, Jan. 21. In place of 
No. 300. (307) 

1541, Apr. 23. Sir JOHN GAGE. Installed May 22. Died 1556, 
Apr. 18. In place of No. 234. (308) 

1541, Apr. 23. Sir ANTHONY WINGFIELD. Installed May 22. Died 
1552, Aug. 20. In place of No. 277. (309) 

1543, Apr. 23. JOHN (DUDLEY), 7th viscount Lisle, afterwards earl 
of Warwick and duke of Northumberland. Installed May 6. 
Beheaded 1553, Aug. 22. In place of No. 283. (310) 

1543, Apr. 23. WILLIAM (PAULET), lord Saint John, afterwards 1st 
marquess of Winchester. Installed May 6. Died 1571-2, 
March 10. In place of No. 299. (311) 

1543, Apr. 23. WILLIAM (PARR), lord Parr, afterwards earl of Essex 
and 1st Marquess of Northampton. Elected in place of 
No. 290. Installed Apr. 27. Degraded and attainted in 
1553 : restored in blood Jan. 1558-9 : re-elected into the 
Order 1559, Apr. 24, and installed June 3 in place of No. 264. 
Died 1571, Oct. 28. (312) 

1543, Dec. 24. Sir JOHN WALLOP. Installed 1544, May 18. Died 

1551, July 7. In place of No. 284. (313) 

1544, Apr. 24. HENRY (Frrz-ALAN), 24th earl of Arundel. Installed 

May 18. Died 1579-80, Feb. 24 or 25. In place of No. 297. 

(314) 

1544, Apr. 24. Sir ANTHONY ST. LEGER. Installed May 18. Died 

1558-9, Mar. 16. In place of No. 296. (315) 

1545, Apr. 23. FRANCIS (TALBOT), 8th earl of Shrewsbury. Installed 

May 17. Died 1560, Sept. 21. In place of No. 286. (316) 

1545, Apr. 23. THOMAS (WRIOTHESLEY), lord Wriothesley, after- 
wards 2nd earl of Southampton. Installed May 17. Died 
1550, July 30. In place of No. 285. (317) 



24 ORDER OF THE GARTER 



EDWARD VI., the eleventh Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1546-7, Jan. 28. 

1546-7, Feb. 17. HENRY (GREY), 6th marquess of Dorset, afterwards 
7th duke of Suffolk. Installed May 23. Beheaded 1553-4, 
Feb. 23. In place of No. 287. (318) 

1546-7, Feb. 17. EDWARD (STANLEY), 12th earl of Derby. Installed 
May 23. Died 1572, Oct. 24. In place of ]N T o.' 304. (319) 

1546-7, Feb. 17. THOMAS (SEYMOUR), lord Seymour of Sudeley. 
Installed May 23. Executed 1548-9, Mar. 20. In place of 
No. 273. (320) 

1546-7, Feb. 17. Sir WILLIAM PAGET, afterwards 1st lord Paget de 
Beaudesert. Installed May 23. In place of No. 307. 
Degraded 1552, Sept. 28. Restored 1553, Sept. 27, in place 
of 312. Died 1563, June 9. (321) 

1549, Apr. 24. FRANCIS (HASTINGS), 19th earl of Huntingdon. In- 
stalled Dec. 13. Died 1561, June 20. In place of No. 268. 

(322) 

1549, Apr. 24. GEORGE (BROOKE), 9th lord Cobham. Installed Dec. 
13. Died 1558, Sept. 29. In place of No. 305. (323) 

1549, Dec. 1. THOMAS (WEST), 9th lord de la Warr. Installed Dec. 
13. Died 1554, Sept. 25. In place of No. 320. (324) 

1549, Dec. 1. Sir WILLIAM HERBERT, afterwards 20th earl of Pem- 
broke. Installed Dec. 13. Died 1569-70, Mar. 17. In- 
place of No. 288. (325) 

1551, Apr. 24. HENRY II., king of France. Invested at Chateau 
Brienne, June 20. Installed by proxy Aug. 24. Died 1559, 
July 10. In place of No. 292. (326) 

1551, Apr. 24. EDWARD (CLINTON), 9th lord Clinton, afterwards 
13th earl of Lincoln. Installed June 30. Died 1584-5, 
Jan. 16. In place of No. 317. (327) 

1551, Sept. 28. THOMAS (DARCY), 1st lord Darcy of Chiche. In- 

stalled Oct. 9. Died 1558, June 28 (or Nov. 28). In place 
of No. 313. (328) 

1552, Sept. 28. HENRY (NEVILL), 5th earl of Westmorland. In- 

stalled Dec. 16. Died 1563, Aug., or 1563-4, Feb. 10. In 
place of No. 306. (329) 

1552, Sept. 28. Sir ANDREW DUDLEY. Installed Dec. 16. Degraded 
and attainted 1553, Nov. 27. In place of No. 321. (330) 



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MARY I., the twelfth Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1553, July 6. 

1554, Apr. 24. PHILIP, prince of Spain, afterwards Philip II. of 
Spain and King of England by courtesy. Invested with 
the Garter at Southampton July 21 and with the mantle 
and collar at Windsor and there installed as joint sovereign 
1554, Aug. 3. Died 1598, Sept. 13. In place of No. 309. 

(331) 

1554, Apr. 24. HENRY (RADCLYFFE), Oth earl of Sussex. Installed 
Aug. 4. Died 1556-7, Feb. 17. In place of No. 310. (332) 

1554, Aug. 6. EMANUEL PHILIBERT, duke of Savoy. Elected on the 
accession of king Philip to the joint sovereignty. Invested 
in camp at Auxy, Nov. 6. Installed by proxy 1554-5, 
Jan. 31. Died 1580, Aug. 30. (333) 

1554, Oct. 9. WILLIAM (HOWARD), 1st lord Howard of Effingham. 

Installed 1554-5, Jan. 31. Died 1572-3, Jan. 11 or 21. In 
place of No. 318. (334) 

1555, Apr. 23. Sir EDWARD HASTINGS, afterwards lord Hastings of 

Loughborough. Installed May 25. Died 1571-2, Mar. 5 
(or Feb. 28). In place of No. 268. (335) 

1555, Apr. 23. ANTHONY (BROWNE), 1st viscount Montagu. Installed 
Oct. 17. Died 1592, Oct. 19. In place of No. 324. (336) 

1555, Apr. 23. THOMAS (EADCLYFFE), 3rd earl of Sussex. Installed 
1557-8, Jan. 9. Died 1583, June 9. In place of No. 301. 

(337) 

1557, Apr. 23. WILLIAM (GREY), 13th lord Grey de Wilton. Installed 
by proxy 1558, Apr. 19, being then a prisoner in France. 
Died 1562, Dec. 14. In place of No. 308. (338) 

1557, Apr. 23. Sir ROBERT ROCHESTER. Died Nov. 28 following, 
without installation. In place of No. 332. (339) 



26 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

ELIZABETH, the thirteenth Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1558, Nov. 17. 

1559, Apr. 24. THOMAS (HOWARD), llth duke of Norfolk. Installed 
June 3. Beheaded 1572, June 2. In place of No. 282. (340) 

1559, Apr. 24. HENRY (MANNERS), 3rd earl of Eutland. Installed 
June 3. Died 1563, Sept. 17. In place of No. 323. (341) 

1559, Apr. 24. Sir EGBERT DUDLEY, afterwards llth earl of Leicester. 

Installed June 3. Died 1588, Sept. 4. In place of No. 328. 

(342) 

1560, June 10. ADOLPHUS, duke of Holstein. Installed by proxy 

Dec. 15. Died 1586, Oct. 1. In place of No. 302. (343) 

1561, Apr. 22. GEORGE (TALBOT), 9th earl of Shrewsbury. Installed 

May 18. Died 1590, Nov. 18. In place of No. 315. (344) 

1561, Apr. 22. HENRY (CAREY), 1st lord Hunsdon. Installed May 18. 
Died 1596, July 23. In place of No. 316. (345) 

1563, Apr. 22. THOMAS (PERCY), 8th earl of Northumberland. In- 
stalled May 23, attainted and degraded 1569, Nov. 27. 
Beheaded 1572, Aug. 22. In place of No. 322. (346) 

1563, Apr. 22. AMBROSE (DUDLEY), 21st earl of Warwick. Invested 

at Newhaven in France. Installed by proxy May 23. Died 
1589-90, Feb. 20 or 21. In place of No. 338. (347) 

1564, Apr. 23. CHARLES IX., king of France. Installed by proxy 

1565-6, Jan. 22. Died 1574, May 30. In place of No. 326. 

(348) 

1564, Apr. 23. FRANCIS (RUSSELL), 4th earl of Bedford. Installed 
May 14. Died 1585, July 28. In place of No. 321. (349) 

1564, Apr. 23. Sir HENRY SIDNEY. Installed May 14. Died 1586, 
May 5. In place of No. 341. (350) 

1567, Apr. 23. MAXIMILIAN II., emperor of Germany. Invested at 
Vienna 1567-8, Jan. 4. Achievements decreed to be placed 
1571, Apr. 24. Died 1576, Oct. 12. In place of No. 279. 

(351) 

1570, Apr. 23. HENRY (HASTINGS), 20th earl of Huntingdon. In- 
stalled June 19. Died 1595, Dec. 14. In place of No. 329. 

(352) 

1570, Apr. 23. WILLIAM (SOMERSET), 8th earl of Worcester. In- 
stalled June 19. Died 1588-9, Feb. 21. In place of 
No. 295. (353) 



K.G. 27 

1572, Apr. 23. FRANCIS, due de Montmorency. Installed June 17. 
Died 1579, May 6. In place of No. 346. (354) 

1572, Apr. 23. WALTER (DEVEREUX), 2nd viscount Hereford, after- 
wards 18th earl of Essex. Installed June 17. Died 1576, 
Sept. 22. In place of No. 325. (355) 

1572, Apr. 23. WILLIAM (CECIL), 1st lord Burghley. Installed 
June 17. Died 1598, Aug. 4. In place of No. 312. (356) 

1572, Apr. 23. ARTHUR (GREY), 14th lord Grey de Wilton. Installed 
June 17. Died 1593, Oct. 14. In place of No. 335. (357) 

1572, Apr. 23. EDMUND (BRYDGES), 2nd lord Chandos of Sudeley. 
Installed June 17. Died 1573, Sept. 11. In place of 
No. 311. (358) 

1574, Apr. 24. HENRY (STANLEY), 13th earl of Derby. Installed 
May 20. Died 1593, Sept. 25. In place of No. 319. (359) 

1574, Apr. 24. HENRY (HERBERT), 21st earl of Pembroke. Installed 

May 20. Died 1600-1, Jan. 19. In place of No. 334. (360) 

1575, Apr. 23. HENRY III.,king of France and Poland. Invested 

at Paris 1585-6, Feb. 18. Died 1589, Aug 1. In place of 
No. 348. (361) 

1575, Apr. 23. CHARLES (HOWARD), 2nd lord Howard of Effingham, 
afterwards 10th earl of Nottingham. Installed May 8. 
Died 1624, Dec. 14. In place of No. 340. (362) 

1578, Apr. 24. RODOLPHUS II., emperor of Germany. Election 
vacated by neglect of instalment. In place of No. 351. (363) 



1578, Apr. 24. FREDERICK II., King of Denmark. Invested 1581, 
Aug. 14. Installed by proxy 1581-2, Jan. 8. Died 1588, 
Apr. 4. In place of No. 358. (364) 



1578-9, Feb. 8. JOHN CASIMIR, count Palatine of the Rhine, duke 
of Bavaria. Invested same day. Installed by proxy 1581-2, 
Jan. 8. Died 1582-3, Jan. 6. In place of No. 355. (365) 

1584, Apr. 23. EDWARD (MANNERS), 4th earl of Rutland. Installed 
1585, Apr. 15. Died 1587, Apr. 14. In place of No. 354. 

(366) 

1584, Apr. 23. WILLIAM (BROOKE), 10th lord Cobham. Installed 
1585, Apr. 15. Died 1596-7, Mar. 6. In place of No. 314. 

(367) 



28 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

1584, Apr. 23. HENRY (Ls SCROPE), 9th lord Scrope of Bolton. 
Installed by proxy 1885, Apr. 15. Died 1591, May 10. In 
place of No. 333. (368) 

1588, Apr. 23. ROBERT (DEVEREUX), 19th earl of Essex. Installed 
May 23. Executed 1600-1, Feb. 25. In place of No. 33T. 

(369) 

1588, Apr. 23. THOMAS (BUTLER), llth earl of Ormonde. Installed 
May 23. Died 1614, Nov. 22. In place of No. 32T. (370) 

1588, Apr. 23. Sir CHRISTOPHER HATTON. Installed May 23. Died 

1591, Nov. 20. In place of No. 349. (371) 

1589, Apr. 22. HENRY (RADCLYFFE), llth earl of Sussex. Installed 

Dec. 18. Died 1593, Dec. 14. In place of No. 350. (372) 

1589, Apr. 22. THOMAS (SACKVILLE), 1st lord Buckhurst, afterwards 
4th earl of Dorset. Installed Dec. 18. Died 1608, Apr. 19. 
In place of No. 343. (373) 



1590, Apr. 24. HENRY IV., king of France. Invested 1596, Oct. 10. 
installed by proxy 1600, Apr. 28. Died 1610, May 14. In 
place of No. 361. (374) 



1590, Apr. 24. JAMES VI., king of Scotland, afterwards James I. of 
England. Died 1625, Mar. 27. In place of No. 366. (375) 

1592, Apr. 23. GILBERT (TALBOT), 10th earl of Shrewsbury. Installed 
June 19. Died 1616, May 8. In place of No. 353. (376) 

1592, Apr. 23. GEORGE (CLIFFORD), 3rd earl of Cumberland. In- 

stalled June 19. Died 1605, Oct. 30. In place of No. 364. 

(377) 

1593, Apr. 23. HENRY (PERCY), 10th earl of Northumberland. 
Installed June 25. Died 1632, Nov. 5. In place of No. 342. 

(378) 

1593, Apr. 23. EDWARD (SOMERSET), 9th earl of Worcester. Installed 
June 25. Died 1627-8, Mar. 3. In place of No. 347. (379) 

1593, Apr. 23. THOMAS (BURGH), 5th lord Burgh. Installed June 
25. Died 1597, Oct. 14. In place of No. 344. (380) 

1593, Apr. 23. EDMUND (SHEFFIELD), 3rd lord Sheffield of Butter- 
wicke, afterwards 1st earl of Mulgrave. Installed June 25. 
Died 1646, Oct. 6. In place of No. 368. (381) 

1593, Apr. 23. Sir FRANCIS KNOLLYS. Installed June 25. Died 
1595-6, Mar. 22. In place of No. 371. (382) 



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1597, Apr. 23. FREDERICK, duke of Wurtemberg. Invested at 
Stuttgart 1603, Nov. 6. Installed by proxy 1604, Apr. 20. 
Died 160T-8, Jan. 29. In place of No. 365. (383) 

1597, Apr. 23. THOMAS (HOWARD), 1st lord Howard, afterwards 9th 
earl of Suffolk. % Installed May 24. Died 1626, May 28. 
In place of No. 359. (384) 

1597, Apr. 23. GEORGE (CAREY), 2nd lord Hunsdon. Installed May 
24. Died 1603, Sept. 9. In place of No. 372. (385) 

1597, Apr. 23. CHARLES (BLOUNT), 8th lord Mount joy, afterwards 
1st earl of Devonshire. Installed May 24. Died 1606, 
Apr. 3. In place of No. 357. (386) 

1597, Apr. 23. Sir HENRY LEA. Installed May 24. Died 1610-1, 
Feb. 12. In place of No. 336. (387) 

1599, Apr. 23. EGBERT (&ATCLIFFE), 12th earl of Sussex. Installed 
June 6. Died 1629, Sept. 22. In place of No. 352. (388) 

1599, Apr. 23. HENRY (BROOKE), llth lord Cobham. Installed June 
6. Degraded 1603-4, Feb. 12. Died 1618-9, Jan. 24. In 
place of No. 382. (389) 

1599, Apr. 23. THOMAS (SCROPE), 10th lord Scrope de Bolton. In- 
stalled June 6. Died 1609, Sept. 3. In place of No. 345. 

(390) 

1601, Apr. 23. WILLIAM (STANLEY), 15th earl of Derby. Installed 
May 26. Died 1642^ Sept. 29. In place of No. 367. (391) 

1601, Apr. 23. THOMAS (CECIL), 2nd lord Burghley, afterwards 1st 
earl of Exeter. Installed May 26. Died 1622-3, Feb. 8. 
In place of No. 380. (392) 



JAMES I., the fourteenth Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1602-3, Mar. 24. 

1603, June 14. HENRY FREDERICK (STUART), llth duke of Rothesay, 
afterwards prince of Wales. Elected upon the accession of 
the sovereign. Installed July 9. Died 1612, Nov. 6. (393) 

1603, June 14. CHRISTIERN IV., king of Denmark. Installed by 
proxy, 1605, Sept. 8. Died 1648-9, Feb. 25. In place of 
No. 363. (394) 



30 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

1603, June 25. LODOVICK (STUART), 2nd duke of Lennox, afterwards 
2nd duke of Richmond. Installed July 9. Died 1623-4, 
Feb. 16. In place of No. 356. (395) 

1603, June 25. HENRY (WRIOTHESLEY), 4th earl of Southampton. 
July 9. Died 1624, Nov. 10. In place of No. 331. (396) 

1603, June 25. JOHN (ERSKINE), 19th earl of Mar. Installed July 9. 
Died 1634, Dec. 14. In place of No. 360. (397) 

1603, June 25. WILLIAM (HERBERT), 22nd earl of Pembroke. In- 
stalled July 9. Died 1630, Apr. 10. In place of No. 369. 

(398) 

1605, Apr. 24. ULRIC, duke of Holstein. Installed May 16. Died 
1624, Mar. 2T. In place of No. 385. (399) 

1605, Apr. 24. HENRY (HOWARD), 7th earl of Northampton. In- 

stalled May 16. Died 1614, June 15. In place of No. 389. 

(400) 

1606, Apr. 24. EGBERT (CECIL), 14th earl of Salisbury. Installed 

May 20. Died 1612, May 24. In place of No. 377. (401) 

1606, Apr. 24. THOMAS (HOWARD), 3rd viscount Howard of Bindon. 
Installed May 20. Died 1610-11, Mar. 1. In place of 
No. 386. (402) 

1608, Apr. 23. GEORGE (HOME), 12th earl of Dunbar. Installed 
May 18. Died 1611-12, Jan. 29. In place of No. 383. (403) 

1608, Apr. 23. PHILIP (HERBERT), earl of Montgomery, afterwards 
23rd earl of Pembroke. Installed May 18. Died 1649-50, 
Jan. 23. In place of No. 373. (404) 

1611, Apr. 24. CHARLES (STUART), 7th duke of York, afterwards king 
Charles I. Installed May 13. Died 1648-9, Jan. 30. In 
place of No. 374. (405) 

1611, April 24. THOMAS (HOWARD), 26th earl of Arundel, 16th earl 
of Surrey, afterwards 15th earl of Norfolk. Installed May 
13. Died 1646, Oct. 4. In place of No. 390. (406) 

1611, Apr. 24. ROBERT (CARR), 1st viscount Rochester, afterwards 

6th earl of Somerset. Installed May 13. Died 1645, July. 
In place of No. 402. (407) 

1612, Dec. 19. FREDERICK CASIMIR, elector and count palatine of the 

Rhine, afterwards king of Bohemia. Installed 1612-13, 
Feb. 7. Died 1632, Nov. 19. In place of No. 387. (408) 



K.G. 



1612, Dec. 19. MAURICE DE NASSAU, prince of Orange. Invested at 
the Hague, 1612-13, Feb. 4. Installed by proxy Feb. 7. 
Died 1625, Apr. 13. In place of No. 403. (409) 

1615, Apr. 24. THOMAS (ERSKINE), 1st viscount Fentoun, afterwards 
1st earl of Kellie. Installed May 22. Died 1639, June 12. 
In place of No. 401. (410) 

1615, Apr. 24. WILLIAM (KNOLLYS), lord Knollys, afterwards 1st 

earl of Banbury. Installed May 22. Died 1632, May 25. 
In place of No. 393. (411) 

1616, Apr. 24. FRANCIS (MANNERS), 7th earl of Rutland. Installed 

July 7. Died 1632, Dec. 17. In place of No. 400. (412) 

1616, Apr. 24. Sir GEORGE VILLIERS, afterwards 4th duke of 
Buckingham. Installed July 7. Died 1628, Aug. 23. In 
place of No. 370. (413) 

1616, May 26. ROBERT (SYDNEY), 8th viscount Lisle, afterwards 
12th earl of Leicester. Installed July 7. Died 1626, July 13. 
In place of No. 376. (414) 

1622-3, Feb. 2. JAMES (HAMILTON), 2nd Marquess of Hamilton, 
afterwards 7th earl of Cambridge. Installed 1623, Apr. 22. 
Died 1624-5, Mar. 2. In place of No. 392. (415) 

1624, Apr. 22. ESME (STUART), 3rd duke of Lennox. Installed same 
day. Died 1624, July 30. In place of No. 395. (416) 

1624, Dec. 31. CHRISTIAN, duke of Brunswick Wolfenbuttel. In- 
stalled by proxy, 1625, Dec. 13. Died 1626, June 6. In 
place of No. 399. (417) 

1624, Dec. 31. WILLIAM (CECIL), 15th earl of Salisbury. Installed 
1625, Dec. 13. Died 1668, Dec. 3. In place of No. 416. 

(418) 

1624, Dec. 31. JAMES (HAY), 2nd earl of Carlisle. Installed 1625, 
Dec. 13. Died 1636, Apr. 25. In place of No. 396. (419) 



CHARLES I., the fifteenth Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1625, March 27. 

1625, May 15. EDWARD (SACKVILLE), 7th earl of Dorset. Upon the 
succession of the Sovereign. Installed by proxy Dec. 13. 
Died 1652, July 17. (420) 



32 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

1625, May 15. HENRY (RICH), 1st earl of Holland. Installed Dec. 13. 
Died 1648-9, Mar. 9. In place of No. 362. (421) 

1625, May 15. THOMAS (HOWARD), 1st viscount Andover, afterwards 
2nd earl of Berkshire. Installed Dec. 13. Died 1669, July 
16. In place of No. 415. (422) 

1625, July 4. CLAUDE DE LORRAINE, due de Chevreuse. Installed by 
proxy, Dec. 13. Died 1656-7, Jan. 24. In place of No. 409. 

.(423) 

1627, Apr. 24. GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS, king of Sweden ; commission to 
invest June 24 ; acceptance Oct. 6. Installed by proxy 1628, 
Sept. 23. Died 1632, Nov. 6. In place of No. 384. (424) 

1627, Apr. 24. HENRY FREDERICK DE NASSAU, prince of Orange. 
Invested at the Hague same month. Installed by proxy 
1628, Sept. 23. Died 1647, May 14. In place of No. 417. 

(425) 

1627, Apr. 24. THEOPHILUS (HOWARD), 10th earl of Suffolk. In- 

stalled 1628, Sept. 24. Died 1640, June 3. In place of 
No. 414. (426) 

1628, Sept. 25. WILLIAM (COMPTON), 8th earl of Northampton. 

Installed 1629, Apr. 21. Died 1630, June 24. In place of 
No. 379. (427) 

1630, Apr. 18. RICHARD (WESTON), 1st lord Weston, afterwards 1st 
earl of Portland. Installed 1630, Oct. 5. Died 1634-5, 
Mar. 13. In place of No. 413. (428) 

1630, Apr. 18. ROBERT (BERTIE), 1st earl of Lindsey. Installed 
Oct. 5. Died 1642, Oct. 23. In place of No. 388. (429) 

1630, Apr. 18. WILLIAM (CECIL), 2nd earl of Exeter. Installed 
Oct. 5. Died 1640, July 6. In place of No. 398. (430) 

1630, Oct. 5. JAMES (HAMILTON), 3rd marquess, afterwards 1st duke 
of Hamilton. Beheaded 1648-9, Mar. 9. In place of 
No. 427. (431) 

1633, Apr. 18. CHARLES LEWIS, count palatine of the Rhine, duke of 
Bavaria, prince elector, nephew of king Charles I. Invested 
by special commission 1633, July 25, at Buckstal, near 
Balduck in Brabant, in the army of the States General. 
Installed by proxy Nov. 6. Died 1680, Aug. 28. In place 
of No. 411. (432) 

1633, Apr. 18. JAMES (STUART), 4th duke of Lennox, afterwards duke 
of Richmond. Installed Nov. 6. Died 1655, Mar. 30. 
In place of No. 378. (433) 



K.G. 33 

1633, Nov. T. HENRY (DANVERS), earl of Danby. Died 1643-4, Jan. 
20. In place of No. 424. (434) 

1633, Nov. 7. WILLIAM (DOUGLAS), 8th earl of Morton. Installed 
1634, Apr. 21. Died 1648, Aug. 7. In place of No. 408. 

(435) 

1635, Apr. 23. ALGERNON (PERCY), llth earl of Northumberland. 
Installed May 13. Died 1668, Oct. 13. In place of No. 412. 

(436) 

1638, May 21. CHARLES STUART, prince of Great Britain, afterwards 
Charles II. Died 1684-5, Feb. 6. In place of No. 428. (437) 

1640, Oct. THOMAS (WENTWORTH), 1st earl of Strafford. Elected at 
York. Not installed. Executed 1641, May 12. In place 
of No. 419. (438) 

1642, Apr. 20. JAMES (STUART), duke of York, afterwards James II. 
Elected and invested at York ; installation dispensed with at 
Oxford 1644-5, Mar. 2. Died 1701, Sept. 6. In place of 
No. 426. i (439) 

1642, Apr. 20. RUPERT, count palatine of the Rhine, duke of Bavaria, 
afterwards duke of Cumberland. Elected at York. Invested 
at Nottingham Aug. following. Installation dispensed with 
ut supra. Personally installed 1663, Apr. 22. Died 1682, 
Nov. 29. In place of No. 430. (440) 

1644-5, Mar. 2. WILLIAM DE NASSAU, prince of Orange, son-in-law 
to Charles I. Elected at Oxford ; ensigns sent to him Mar. 4. 
Died 1650, Nov. 4. In place of No. 438. (441) 

1644-5, Mar. 2. BERNARD DE NOGARET DE Foix, due d'Epernon, 
Captal de Buch. Elected at Oxford; ensigns sent to him 
Mar. 4. His banner, etc., placed over his stall by a warrant 
dated 1661, Apr. 15. Died 1660, July 25. In place of 
No. 391. (442) 



CHARLES II., the sixteenth Sovereign 
Succeeded 1648-9, Jan. 30. 

1649, Sept. 18. MAURICE, count palatine of the Rhine, duke of 
Bavaria : the sovereign's cousin. Nominated at St. Germain- 
en Laye ; insignia sent to him then in Ireland with the duke 
of Ormonde and afterwards delivered to him at Lisbon. 
Not installed. Lost at sea about 1651. In place of the 
sovereign on his accession. (443) 

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34 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

1649, Sept. 18. JAMES (BUTLER), 1st marquess, afterwards 1st duke 
of Ormonde. Nominated ut supra. Installed 1661, Apr 15 
Died 1688, July 21. In place of No. 429. (444) 

1649, Sept. 19. EDWARD, count palatine of the Rhine, duke of 
Bavaria : the sovereign's cousin. Nominated and invested 
at St. Germain-en-Laye, 1649, Sept. 19. Installed 1661, 
Apr. 15. Died 1662-3, Mar. 10. In place of No. 434. (445) 

1649, Sept. 19. GEORGE (VILLIERS), 2nd duke of Buckingham. 
Nominated, invested and installed ut supra. Died 1687, 
Apr. 16. In place of No. 410. (446) 

1649-50, Jan. 13. WILLIAM (SEYMOUR), 1st marquess of Hertford, 
afterwards 7th duke of Somerset. Nominated at Jersey, 
1649-50, Jan. 13. Invested at Canterbury 1660, May 27; 
not installed. Died 1660, Oct. 24. In place of No 407 

(447) 

1649-50, Jan. 13. THOMAS (WRIOTHESLEY), 5th earl of Southampton; 
nominated and invested ut supra. Installed 1661, Apr. 15. 
Died 1667, May 16. In place of No. 406. (448) 

1649-50, Jan. 12. WILLIAM (HAMILTON), 2nd duke of Hamilton. 
Elected at Jersey. Riband and George sent to him in 
Holland; not installed. Died 1651, Sept. 12. In place of 
No. 381. (449) 

1649-50, Jan. 12. WILLIAM (CAVENDISH), 1st marquess, afterwards 
1st duke of Newcastle. Elected ut supra. Riband and 
George sent to him in Flanders. Installed 1661, Apr. 15. 
Died 1676, Dec. 25. In place of No. 425. (450) 

1649-50, Jan. 12. JAMES (GRAHAM), 1st marquess of Montrose. 
Elected ut supra. Insigna sent to him in Norway; not 
installed. Executed 1650, May 21. In place of No. 435. 

(451) 

1649-50, Jan. 12. JAMES (STANLEY), 16th earl of Derby. Elected 
ut supra. Riband and George sent to him in the Isle of 
Man; not installed. Beheaded 1651, Oct. 15. In place of 
No. 394. (452) 

1652-3, Jan. GEORGE (DIGBY), 2nd earl of Bristol. Nominated 
and invested at Paris. Installed 1661, Apr. 15. Died 
1676-7, Mar. 20. In place of No. 421. (453) 

1653, Apr. 4. HENRY (STUART), duke of Gloucester, brother of the 
sovereign. Nominated by the sovereign's letter dated 
Palais Royal, Paris, 1653, Apr. 4. Invested at the Hague 
by Garter King of Arms Apr. 14 ; not installed. Died 1660, 
Sept. 13. In place of No. 431. (454) 



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1653, Apr. 4. HENRY CHARLES DE LA TREMOUILLE, prince of Tarent. 
Nominated and invested ut supra. Installed by dispensa- 
tion 1661, Apr. 10. Died 16T2, Sept. 14. In place of 
No. 404. (455) 

1653, Apr. 25. WILLIAM HENRY DE NASSAU, prince of Orange, after- 
wards king William III. Nominated by the sovereign's 
letter dated Paris, 1653, Apr. 25. Invested at the Hague 
by Garter May 4. Installed by dispensation 1661, Apr. 10. 
Died 1702, Mar. 8. In place of No. 451. (456) 

1653-4, Jan. 23. FREDERICK WILLIAM, margrave of Brandenburg, 
prince elector. Nominated by the sovereign's letter dated 
Paris, 1653-4, Jan. 23. Invested at Berlin by Garter Mar. 
31. Installed by dispensation 1661, Apr. 10. Died 1688, 
Apr. 29. In place of No. 441. (457) 

1657-8, Feb. 26. JOHN GASPAR FERDINAND DE MARCHIN, comte de 
Graville. fleeted and invested by the sovereign at 
Antwerp 1657-8, Feb. 26. Installed by dispensation 1661, 
Apr. 10. Died 1672-3, Mar. 9. In place of No. 443. (458) 

1660, May 26. Sir GEORGE MONCK, afterwards duke of Albemarle. 
Elected and invested at Canterbury. Installed 1661, Apr. 
15. Died 1669-70, Jan. 3. In place of No. 449. (459) 

1660, May 26. Sir EDWARD (MONTAGU), 1st earl of Sandwich. 
Invested May 27. Installed 1661, Apr. 15. Died 1672, 
May 28. In place of No. 452. (460) 

1660, May 31. AUBREY (DE YERE), 20th earl of Oxford. Installed 

1661, Apr. 15. Died 1702-3, Mar. 12. In place of No. 420. 

(461) 

1661, Apr. 1. CHARLES (STUART), 5th duke of Richmond, duke of 

Lennox. Installed Apr. 15. Died 1672, Dec. 12. In place 
of No. 397. (462) 

1661, Apr. 1. MONTAGU (BERTIE), 2nd earl of Lindsey. Installed 
Apr. 15. Died 1666, July 25. In place of No. 433. (463) 

1661, Apr. 1. EDWARD (MONTAGU), 2nd earl of Manchester. In- 
stalled Apr. 15. Died 1671, May 5. In place of No. 423. 

(465) 

1661, Apr. 1. WILLIAM (WENTWORTII), 2nd earl of Strafford. In- 
stalled Apr. 15. Died 1695, Oct. 16. In place of No. 442. 

(465) 



36 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

1662, Nov. 6. CHRISTIERN, prince royal of Denmark, afterwards 

Christiern V.., king of Denmark. Installed by proxy 1663, 
Apr. 22. Died 1699, Aug. 25. In place of No. 447. (466) 

1663, Mar. 28. JAMES (FITZROY afterwards SCOTT), duke of Mon- 

mouth, afterwards duke of Buccleuch. Installed Apr. 22. 
Degraded 1685, June 18. Executed 1685, July 15. In 
place of No. 445. (467) 

1666, Dec. 3. JAMES (STUART), duke of Cambridge, the sovereign's 
nephew. Not installed. Died 1667, June 20. In place of 
No. 463. (468) 

1668, June 19. CHARLES XI., king of Sweden. Invested at Stock- 
holm July 29. Installed by proxy 1671, May 28. Died 
1697, Apr. 15. In place of No. 468. (469) 

1668, June 19. JOHN GEORGE II., duke of Saxony. Invested at 
Dresden 1669, Apr. 13. Installed ut supra. Died 1680, 
Aug. 22. In place of No. 448. (470) 

1669-70, Feb. 4. CHRISTOPHER (MONCK), 4th duke of Albemarle. 
Installed 1671, May 28. Died 1688, Oct. 6. In place of 
No. 436. (471) 

1672, Apr. 18. JOHN (MAITLAND), 2nd earl, afterwards duke of 
Lauderdale. Installed by proxy June 3. Died 1682, Aug. 24. 
In place of No. 418. (472) 

1672, May 29. HENRY (SOMERSET), 3rd marquess of Worcester, 
afterwards 1st duke of Beaufort; installed June 3. Died 
1699-1700, Jan. 21. In place of No. 459. (473) 

1672, May 29. HENRY (JERMYN), 3rd earl of St. Albans. Installed 
June 3. Died 1683-4, Jan. 2. In place of No. 422. (474) 

1672, May 29. WILLIAM (RUSSELL), 7th earl, afterwards 4th duke of 
Bedford. Installed June 3. Died 1700, Sept. 7. In place 
of No. 464. (475) 

1672, June 15. HENRY (BENNET), 1st earl of Arlington. Installed 
by proxy, June 22. Died 1685, July 28. In place of 
No. 460. (476) 

1672, Sept. 30. Sir THOMAS BUTLER, commonly called earl of Ossory. 
Installed Oct. 25. Died 1680, July 30. In place of 
No. 455. (477) 



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1672-3, Jan. 25. Sir CHARLES FITZROY, commonly called earl of 
Southampton, afterwards 1st duke of Southampton and 
duke of Cleveland. Natural son of the sovereign. Installed 
1673, Apr. 1. Died 1730, Sept. 9. In place of No. 462 (478) 

1674, Apr. 23. JOHN (SHEFFIELD), 3rd earl of Mulgrave, afterwards 
duke of Buckingham and of Normandy. Installed May 28. 
Died 1720-1, Feb. 24. In place of No. 458. (479) 

1676-7, Feb. 17. HENRY (CAVENDISH), 2nd duke of Newcastle. In- 
stalled Apr. 19. Died 1691, July 26. In place of No. 450. 

(480) 

1676-7, Mar. 24. THOMAS (OSBORNE), 2nd earl of Danby, afterwards 
1st duke of Leeds. Installed Apr. 19. Died 1712, July 26. 
In place of No. 453. (481) 

1680, Aug. 31. HENRY (Fixz-EoY), 1st duke of Graiton. Natural 
son of the sovereign. Installed by proxy Sept. 30. Died 
1690, Oct. 9. In place of Charles XI. of Sweden, translated 
to the prince's stall. (482) 

1680, Aug. 31. JAMES (CECIL), 16th earl of Salisbury. Installed 
Sept. 30. Died 1683, June. In place of No. 477. (483) 

1680, Sept. 15. CHARLES II., count Palatine of the Ehine, duke of 

Bavaria, great grandson of James I. Installed by proxy 
1680-1, Jan. 22. Died 1685, May 26. In place of No. 432. 

(484) 

1681, Apr. 7. CHARLES (LENNOX), 6th duke of Richmond, duke of 

Lennox. Natural son of the sovereign. Installed Apr. 20. 
Died 1723, May 27. In place of No. 470. (485) 

1682, Sept. 25. WILLIAM (DOUGLAS-HAMILTON), 3rd duke of Hamil- 

ton. Invested Nov. 4. Installed Nov. 21. Died 1694, 
Apr. 18. In place of No. 472. (486) 

1683-4, Jan. 1. GEORGE, prince of Denmark, afterwards duke of 
Cumberland, brother to Christiern V., king of Denmark and 
consort to the princess Anne, afterwards Queen of England. 
Installed 1684, Apr. 8. Died 1708, Oct. 28. In place of 
No. 440. (487) 

1683-4, Jan. 10. CHARLES (SEYMOUR), llth duke of Somerset. In- 
stalled 1684, Apr. 8. Died 1748, Dec. 2. In place of 
No. 483. (488) 

1683-4, Jan. 10. GEORGE (Frrz-RoY), 2nd duke of Northumberland, 
natural son of the sovereign. Installed 1684, Apr. 8. Died 
1716, July 3 (? June 28). In place of No. 474. (489) 



38 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

JAMES II., the seventeenth Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1684-5, Feb. 6. 

1685, May 6. HENRY (HOWARD), 14th duke of Norfolk. Installed 
July 22. Died 1701, Apr. 2. In place of the Sovereign on 
the latter' s accession. (490) 

1685, June 18. HENRY (MORDAUNT), 2nd earl of Peterborough. 
Installed July 22. Died 169T, June 19. In place of 
No. 484. (491) 

1685, June 29. LAWRENCE (HYDE), 4th earl of Rochester. Installed 
July 22. Died 1711, May 2. In place of No. 467. (492) 

1685, July 30. LEWIS (DE DTJRAS), 2nd earl of Feversham. Installed 
Aug. 25. Died 1709, Apr. 19. In place of No. 476. (493) 

1687, Apr. 26. EGBERT (SPENCER), 3rd earl of Sunderland. Installed 

May 23. Died 1702, Sept. 28. In place of No. 446. (494) 

1688, Sept. 28. JAMES (Fixz JAMES), duke of Berwick, natural son of 

the sovereign. Not installed. Slain 1734, June 12. In 
place of No. 457. (495) 

*1688, Sept. 28. JAMES (BUTLER), 2nd duke of Ormonde. Installed 
1689, Apr. 5. Degraded 1716, July 12. Died 1745, Nov. 
5-16. In place of No. 444. (496) 



WILLIAM and MAEY, the eighteenth Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1688-9, Feb. 13. 

1689, Apr. 3. FREDERICK ARMAND DE SCHONBERG OR SCHOMBERG, 
1st duke of Schomberg. Installed May 14. Died 1690, 
July 1. In place of William, prince of Orange, on the 
latter's accession as sovereign. (497) 

# It may be of interest to append here a note of the Jacobite nominations of Knights of the Garter, as 
made by the Stuarts when in exile. These nominations of course bear no authority. I am indebted to the 
courtesy of the most Honourable the Marquis de Ruvigny for the permission to reprint these names from 
' ' the Jacobite Peerage," p, 193. The titles of the persons named are Jacobite dignities, with the exception of 
the Hamilton and Wharton titles, and are equally without authority. 

1692, Apr. 19. JAMES ('STUART), prince of Wales, duke of Cornwall and Rothesay. 

1692, Apr. 19. WILLIAM (HERBERT), 1st duke of Powis. 

1692, Apr. 19. JOHN (DRUMMOND), 1st duke of Melfort. 

1692, Apr. 19. FRANCIS NOMPAR (DE CAUMONT). 1st duke of Lauzan. 

1706, June 21. JAMES (DRUMMOND), 1st duke of Perth, 

[1714, ? PIERS (BUTLER), 1st earl of Newcastle.] 

1716, Apr. 8. JOHN ERSKINE, 1st duke of Mar. 

1723, July 30. JAMES (DOUGLAS-HAMILTON), 5th duke of Hamilton and 2nd duke of Brandon, K. T. 

1726, Mar. 5. PHILIP (WHARTON), 1st duke of Wharton and Northumberland. 

1727, Apr. 3. JAMES (FITZJAMES), duke of Liria [Spain], earl of Tynmouth. 
1742, ? CHARLES, prince of Wales, duke of Cornwall and Rothesay. 
1747. DANIEL (O'BRIEN), 1st earl of Lismore. 



K.G. 39 

1689, Apr. 3. WILLIAM (CAVENDISH), 5th earl afterwards 1st duke 

of Devonshire. Installed May 14. Died 1T07, Aug. 18. 
In place of No. 471. (498) 

1689-90, Jan. 1. FREDERICK III., Margrave of Brandenburg, after- 
wards Frederick I., king of Prussia. Invested at Berlin 
1690, June 6. Installed by proxy 1694, June 5. Died 
1713-4, Feb. 25. Elected to the stall of his late father, 
No. 457, in place of the duke of Berwick, No. 495, whose 
election was declared void 1689-90, Jan. 1. (499) 

1690, Dec. 30. GEORGE WILLIAM, duke of Brunswick-Luneburg, 

afterwards duke of Zelle. Invested at the Hague, 1691, 
Apr. 8. Installed by proxy 1694, June 5. Died 1705, 
Aug. 28. In place of No. 497. (500) 

1691-2, Feb. 2. JOHN GEORGE IV., duke of Saxony. Invested at 
Dresden 1692-3, Jan. 26; not installed. Died 1694. In 

place of No. 482. (501) 

. 

1691-2, Feb. 2. CHARLES (SACKVILLE), 9th earl of Dorset, earl of 
Middlesex, etc. Installed Feb. 24. Died 1705-6, Jan. 29. 
In place of No. 480. (502) 

1694, Apr. 25. CHARLES (TALBOT), 15th earl, afterwards 1st duke of 
Shrewsbury. Installed June 5. Died 1717-8, Feb. 1. In 
place of No. 486. (503) 

1695-6, Jan. 6. WILLIAM, commonly called duke of Gloucester, son 
of the princess Anne by prince George of Denmark. In- 
stalled July 24. Died 1700, July 30. In place of No. 465. 

(504) 

1696-7, Feb. 19. WILLIAM (BENTINCK), 5th earl of Portland. In- 
stalled Mar. 15. Died 1709, Nov. 23. In place of No. 501. 

(505) 

1698, May 30. JOHN (HOLLES), 3rd duke of Newcastle. Installed 
July 7. Died 1711, July 15. In place of No. 469. (506) 

1700, May 14. THOMAS (HERBERT), 27th earl of Pembroke, earl of 
Montgomery. Installed June 5. Died 1732-3, Jan. 22. 
In place of No. 491. (507) 

1700, May 14. ARNOLD JOOST (VAN KEPPEL), 13th earl of Albe- 
marle. Installed June 5. Died 1718, May 30. In place of 
No. 466. (508) 



40 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

1701, June 18. GEORGE LEWIS, duke of Brunswick-Liineburg, after- 
wards George I., of England. Invested at Hanover, 1701, 
Aug. 23 and 24. Installed by proxy, 1702-3, Mar. 13. In 
place of No. 473. (509) 

1701, June 18. JAMES (DOUGLAS), 2nd duke of Queensberry. Invested 
July 10. Died 1711, July 6. In place of No. 504. (510) 



ANNE, the nineteenth Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1701-2, Mar. 8. 

1701-2, Mar. 14. WRIOTHESLEY (RUSSELL), 5th duke of Bedford. 
Installed 1702-3, Mar. 13. Died 1711, May 26. In place 

of No. 475. (511) 

1701-2, Mar. 14. JOHN (CHURCHILL), 5th earl, afterwards 1st duke of 
Marlborough. Installed 1702-3, Mar. 13. Died 1722, June 
16. In place of No. 490. (512) 

1703, Aug. 12. MEINHARDT (DE SCHONBERG OR SCHOMBERG), 3rd duke 

of Schomberg. Installed Sept. 2. Died 1719, July 5. In 
place of No. 494. (513) 

1704, July 6. SIDNEY (GODOLPHIN), 1st lord, afterwards 1st earl of 

Godolphin. Installed Dec. 13. Died 1712, Sept. 15. In 
place of No. 461. (514) 

1706, Apr. 4. GEORGE AUGUSTUS, electoral prince of Brunswick- 
Liineburg, afterwards George II. of England. Invested at 
Hanover, June 13. Installed by proxy, 1710, Dec. 22. Died 
1760, Oct. 25. In place of No. 500. * (515) 

1709-10, Mar. 22. WILLIAM (CAVENDISH), 2nd duke of Devonshire. 

Installed Dec. 22. Died 1729, June 4. In place of No. 502. 

(516) 
1709-10, Mar. 22. JOHN (CAMPBELL), 2nd duke of Argyll. Installed 

Dec. 22. Died 1743, Oct. 4. In place of No. 498. (517) 

1712, Oct. 25. HENRY (SOMERSET), 2nd duke of Beaufort. Installed 
1713, Aug. 4. Died 1714, May 24. In place of No. 487. 

(518) 

1712, Oct. 25. JAMES (HAMILTON), 4th duke of Hamilton. Not in- 
stalled. Died 1712, Nov. 15. In place of No. 493. (519) 

1712, Oct. 25. HENRY (GREY), 1st duke of Kent. Installed 1713, 
Aug. 4. Died 1740, June 5. In place of No. 505. (520) 



K.G. 4i 

1712, Oct. 25. JOHN (PouLETT),lst earl Poulett. Installed 1713, 
Aug. 4. Died 1743, May 28. In place of No. 492. (521) 

1712, Oct. 25. ROBERT (HARLEY), 21st earl of Oxford. Installed 
1713, Aug. 4. Died 1724, May 21. In place of No. 511. 

(522) 

1712, Oct. 25. THOMAS (WENTWOUTH), 3rd earl of Strafford. In- 

stalled by proxy 1713, Aug. 4. Died 1739, Nov. 15. In 
place of No. 510. (523) 

1713, Aug. 4. CHARLES (MORDAUNT), 3rd earl of Peterborough. 

Installed Aug. 4. Died 1735, Oct. 25. In place of No. 506. 

(524) 



GEORGE I., the twentieth Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1714, Aug. 1. 

1714, Oct. 16. CHARLES (POWLETT), 2nd duke of Bolton. Installed 
Dec. 9. Pied 1721-2, Jan. 21. In place of No. 509 on the 
latter's accession as sovereign. (525) 

1714, Oct. 16. JOHN (MANNERS), 2nd duke of Rutland. Installed 
Dec. 9. Died 1720-1, Feb. 22. In place of No. 481. (526) 

1714, Oct. 16. LIONEL CRANFIELD (SACKVILLE), 10th earl, afterwards 
1st duke of Dorset. Installed Dec. 9. Died 1765, Oct. 10. 
In place of No. 514. (527) 

1714, Oct. 16. CHARLES (MONTAGUE), 1st earl of Halifax. Installed 
Dec. 9. Died 1715', May 19. In place of No. 519. (528) 

1717, July 3. FREDERICK LEWIS, prince of Brunswick-Luneburg, 
afterwards prince of Wales, grandson of the sovereign. 
Invested at Hanover Dec. 24. Installed by proxy 1718, 
Apr. 30. Died 1750-1, Mar. 20. In place of No. 499. (529) 

1717, July 3. ERNEST AUGUSTUS, prince of Brunswick-Luneburg, 

afterwards duke of York and Albany, brother of the 
sovereign. Invested at Hanover Dec. 24. Installed by 
proxy 1718, Apr. 30. Died 1728, Aug. 14. In place of 
No. 518. (530) 

1718, Mar. 31. CHARLES (BEAUCLERK), 1st duke of St. Albans, 

natural son of Charles II. Installed Apr. 30. Died 1726, 
May 10. In place of No. 528. (531) 

1718, Mar. 31. JOHN (MONTAGU), 2nd duke of Montagu. Installed 
Apr. 30. Died 1749, July 16. In place of No. 489. (532) 



42 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

1718, Mar. 31. THOMAS (PELHAM-HOLLES), 4th duke of Newcastle. 
Installed Apr. 30. Died 1768,' Nov. 17. In place of 
No. 496. (533) 

1718, Mar. 31. JAMES (BERKELEY), 3rd earl of Berkeley. Installed 

Apr. 30. Died 1736, Aug. (or Sept. 2). In place of 
No. 503. (534) 

1719, Apr. 29. EVELYN (PIERREPONT), 1st duke of Kingston. In- 

stalled June 23. Died 1725-6, Mar. 5. In place of 
No. 508. (535) 

1719, Nov. 21. CHARLES (SPENCER), 4th earl of Sunderland. In- 
stalled 1720, May 24. Died 1722, Apr. 19. In place of 
No. 513. (536) 

1721, Mar. 27. CHARLES (Frrz-KoY), 2nd duke of Grafton. Installed 
Apr. 25. Died 1757, May 6. In place of No. 479. (537) 

1721, Mar. 27. HENRY (CLINTON), 19th earl of Lincoln. Installed 

Apr. 25. Died 1728, Sept. 7. In place of No. 526. (538) 

1722, Oct. 10. CHARLES (PAWLET or POWLETT), 3rd duke of Bolton. 

Installed Nov. 13. Died 1754, Aug. 26. In place of 
No. 525. (539) 

1722, Oct. 10. JOHN (MANNERS), 3rd duke of Eutland. Installed 
Nov. 13. Died 1779, May 29. In place of No. 536. (540) 

1722, Oct. 10. JOHN (KER), 1st duke of Roxburghe. Installed 
Nov. 13. Died 1740-1, Feb. 24. In place of No. 512. (541) 

1724, July 9. RICHARD (LUMLEY), 2nd earl of Scarborough. In- 
stalled July 28. Died 1739-40, Jan. 29. In place of 

No. 485. (542) 

1724, July 9. CHARLES (TOWNSHEND), 2nd viscount Townshend of 
Raynham. Installed July 28. Died 1738, June 21. In 
place of No. 522. (543) 

1726, May 26. CHARLES (LENNOX), 7th duke of Richmond. Installed 
June 16. Died 1750, Aug. 8. In place of No. 535. (544) 

1726, May 26. Sir ROBERT WALPOLE, afterwards 1st earl of Orford. 
Installed June 16. Died 1744-5, Mar. 18. In place of 
No. 531. (545) 



K.G. 43 



GEOEGE II., the twenty-first Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1727, June 11. 

1730, May 18. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, prince of Brunswick-Liineburg, 
afterwards duke of Cumberland, second son of the sovereign. 
Installed June 18, in succession to the sovereign on the 
latter's accession. Died 1765, Oct. 31. (546) 

1730, May 18. PHILIP DORMER (STANHOPE), 5th earl of Chesterfield, 
Installed June 18. Died 1773, Mar. 24. In place of No. 530. 

(547) 

1730, May 18. RICHARD (BOYLE), 3rd earl of Burlington, earl of 
Cork. Installed June 18. Died 1753, Dec. 3. In place of 
No. 538. (548) 

1733, June 12. WILLIAM CHARLES HENRY FRISO DE NASSAU, prince 
of Orange, ^son-in-law of the sovereign. Invested at the 
Hague, July 22 and 25. Installed by proxy Aug. 22. Died 
1751, Oct. 11. In place of No. 516. (549) 

1733, June 12. WILLIAM (CAVENDISH), 3rd duke of Devonshire. 
Installed Aug. 22. Died 1755, Dec. 5. In place of No. 478. 

(550) 

1733, June 12. SPENCER (COMPTON), earl of Wilmington. Installed 
Aug. 22. Died 1743, July 2. In place of No. 507. (551) 

1737-8, Feb. 20. WILLIAM (CAPELL), 23rd earl of Essex. Installed 
1738, June 15. Died 1742-3, Jan. 8. In place of No. 524. 

(552) 

1737-8, Feb. 20. JAMES (WALDEGRAVE), 1st earl Waldegrave. In- 
stalled by proxy, June 15. Died 1741, Apr. 11. In place 
of No. 534. (553) 

1740-1, Mar. 20. FREDERICK, prince, afterwards landgrave, of Hesse 
Cassel, son-in-law of the sovereign. Invested at Hanover 
1741, June 29. Installed 1750, July 12. Died 1785, Oct. 
31. In place of No. 543. (554) 

1740-1, Mar. 20. CHARLES (BEAUCLERK), 2nd duke of St. Albans. 
Installed Apr. 21. Died 1751, July 27. In place of 
No. 523. (555) 

1740-1, Mar. 20. CHARLES (SPENCER), 3rd duke of Marlborough. 
Installed Apr. 21. DM 1758, Oct. 20. In place of 
No. 542. (556) 



44 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

1740-1, Mar. 20. EVELYN (PIERREPONT), 2nd duke of Kingston- 
upon-Hull. Installed Apr. 21. Died 1773, Sept. 23. In 
place of No. 520. (557) 

1740-1, Mar. 20. WILLIAM (BENTINCK), 2nd duke of Portland. In- 
stalled Apr. 21. Died 1762, May 1. In place of No. 541. 

(558) 

1741, May 2. FREDERICK III., duke of Saxe-Gotha. Invested at 
Gotha July 12 and 13. Installed by proxy 1750, July 12. 
Died 1772, Mar. 10. In place of No. 553. (559) 

1745, Apr. 24. JOHN ADOLPHUS, duke of Saxe-Weissenfels. Invested 
at Weissenfels 1745-6, Feb. 18; not installed. Died in 1746. 
In place of No. 552. (560) 

1749, June 22. GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK, prince of Brunswick- 
Liineburg, eldest grandson of the sovereign, and afterwards 
George III. Installed by proxy 1750, July 12; died 1820, 
Jan. 29. In place of No. 521. ' (561) 

1749, June 22. CHARLES WILLIAM FREDERICK, margrave of Branden- 
burg-Anspach. Invested at Anspach Aug. 26. Installed 
by proxy 1750, July 12. Died 1757, Aug. In place of 
No. 551. (562) 

1749, June 22. THOMAS (OSBORNE), 4th duke of Leeds. Installed 
1750, July 12. Died 1789, Mar. 23. In place of No. 517. 

(563) 

1749, June 22. JOHN (RUSSELL), 7th duke of Bedford. Installed 
1750, July 12. Died 1771, Jan. 14. In place of No. 545. 

(564) 

1749, June 22. WILLIAM ANNE (VAN KEPPEL), 14th earl of Albemarle. 
Installed by proxy 1750, July 12. Died 1754, Dec. 22. In 
place of No. 560. (565) 

1749, June 22. JOHN (CARTERET), 2nd earl Granville. Installed 
1750, July 12. Died 1763, Jan. 2. In place of No. 488. 

(566) 

1752, Mar. 13. EDWARD AUGUSTUS, prince of Brunswick-Luneburg, 
afterwards duke of York and Albany, second grandson of 
the sovereign. Installed by proxy 1752, June 4. Died 1767, 
Sept. 17. In place of No. 532. (567) 

1752, Mar. 13. WILLIAM V. DE NASSAU, prince of Orange, grandson 
of the sovereign. Invested at the Hague June 5. Installed 
by proxy June 4. Died 1806. In place of No. 544. (568) 



K.G. 45 

1752, Mar. 13. HENRY (CLINTON, afterwards PELHAM- CLINTON), 21st 
earl of Lincoln, afterwards 2nd duke of Newcastle-under- 
Lyne. Installed June 4. Died 1T94, Feb. 22. In place of 
No. 529. (569) 

1752, Mar. 13. DANIEL (FINCH), 8th earl of Winchilsea, earl of 
Nottingham. Installed June 4. Died 1769, Aug. 2. In 
place of No. 555. (570) 

1752, Mar. 13. GEORGE (MONTAGU), 4th earl of Cardigan, afterwards 
3rd duke of Montagu. Installed June 4. Died 1790, May 23. 
In place of No. 549. (571) 

1756, Nov. 18. WILLIAM (CAVENDISH), 4th duke of Devonshire. 
Installed 1757, Mar. 29. Died 1764, Oct. 2. In place of 

No. 548. (572) 

1756, Nov. 18. HENRY (HOWARD), 7th earl of Carlisle. Installed 
1757, Mar. 29. Died 1758, Sept. 3. In place of No. 539. 

(573) 

1756, Nov. 18. HUGH (PERCY), 15th earl, afterwards 3rd duke of 
Northumberland. Installed 1757, Mar. 29. Died 1786, 
June 6. In place of No. 565. (574) 

1756, Nov. 18. FRANCIS (SEYMOUR-CONWAY), 16th earl, afterwards 

4th marquess of Hertford. Installed 1757, Mar. 29. Died 
1794, June 14. In place of No. 550. (575) 

1757, June 30. JAMES (WALDEGRAVE), 2nd earl Waldegrave. In- 

stalled Aug. 30. Died 1763, Apr. 28. In place of No. 537. 

(576) 

1759, Aug. 16. FERDINAND, prince of Brunswick-Bevern. Invested 

at Kroffdorn 2 near Giessen Oct. 16 and 17. Installed by 
proxy 1760, May 6. Died 1792, July 3. In place of 
No. 562. (577) 

1760, Feb. 4. CHARLES (WATSON- WENTWORTH), 2nd marquess of 

Eockingham. Installed May 6. Died 1782, July 2. In 
place of No. 573. (578) 

1760, Feb. 4. RICHARD (GRENVILLE-TEMPLE), earl Temple. In- 
stalled May 6. Died 1779, Sept. 11. In place of No. 556. 

(579) 



46 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

GEORGE III., the twenty-second Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1760, Oct. 25. 

1762, May 27. WILLIAM HENRY, prince of Brunswick-Limeburg, 
afterwards duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh, brother of 
the sovereign. Installed Sept. 22. By virtue of a statute 
dated 1805, Jan. 10, he was as a descendant of George II. 
excepted from the original number of 25 knights. Died 
1805, Aug. 25. In place of the sovereign on the latter' s 
accession. (580) 

1762, May 27. JOHN (STUART), 3rd earl of Bute. Installed Sept. 
22. Died 1792, Mar. 10. In place of No. 558. (581) 

1764, Apr. 23. ADOLPHUS FREDERICK, duke of Mecklenburg- Strelitz, 
brother of the queen consort. Invested at Strelitz May 29 
and June 4. Installed by proxy 1771, July 25. Died 1794, 
June 2. In place of No. 566. (582) 

1764, Apr. 23. GEORGE (MONTAGUE-DUNK), 5th earl of Halifax. 

Not installed. Died 1771, June 8. In place of No. 576. (583) 

1765, Dec. 26. GEORGE AUGUSTUS FREDERICK, prince of Wales, 

afterwards king George IV. Installed 1771, July 25. Died 
1830, June 26. In place of No. 572. (584) 

1765, Dec. 26. CHARLES WILLIAM FERDINAND, -hereditary prince, 
afterwards duke, of Brunswick-Wolfenbiittel, brother-in- 
law of the sovereign. Installed by proxy 1771, July 25. 
Died 1806, Nov. 10. In place of No. 527. (585) 

1765, Dec. 26. GEORGE (KEPPEL), 15th earl of Albemarle. Installed 
1771, July 25. Died 1772, Oct. 13. In place of No. 546. 

(586) 

1767, Dec. 21. HENRY FREDERICK, prince of Brunswick-Liineburg, 

afterwards duke of Cumberland and Strathearn, brother of 
the sovereign. Installed 1771, July 25. Died 1790, Sept. 
18. In place of No. 567. (587) 

1768, Dec. 12. GEORGE (SPENCER), 4th duke of Marlborough. Jn- 

stalled 1771, July 25. Died 1817, Jan. 29. In place of 
No. 533. (588) 

1769, Sept. 20. AUGUSTUS HENRY (Frrz-KoY), 3rd duke of Graf ton. 

Installed 1771, July 25. Died 1811, Mar. 14. In place of 
No. 570. (589) 



K.G. 47 

1771, Feb. 11. GRANVILLE (LEVESON-GOWER), 2nd earl Gower, after- 
wards 1st marquess of Stafford. Installed July 25. Died 
1803, Oct. 26. In place of No. 564. (590) 

1771, June 19. FREDERICK, prince of Brunswick-Luneburg, bishop 

of Osnaburgh, afterwards duke of York and Albany, second 
son of the sovereign. Installed July 25. Died 1827, 
Jan. 5. In place of No. 583. (591) 

1772, June 18. Sir FREDERICK NORTH, commonly called lord North, 

afterwards 4th earl of Guilford. Not installed. Died 1792, 
Aug. 5. In place of No. 559. (592) 

1778, June 3. HENRY (HOWARD), 20th earl of Suffolk, earl of Berk- 
shire. Not installed. Died 1779, Mar. 7. In place of 
No. 586. (593) 

1778, June 3. WILLIAM HENRY (NASSAU DE ZULESTEIN), 4th earl of 
Rochford. Not installed. Died 1781, Sept. 28. In place of 
No. 547. (594) 

1778, June 3. THOMAS (THYNNE), 3rd viscount Weymouth, after- 
wards 1st marquess of Bath. Not installed. Died 1796, 
Nov. 19. In place of No. 557. (595) 

1782, Apr. 19. WILLIAM HENRY, prince of Brunswick Liineburg, 
afterwards duke of Clarence and St. Andrews, and king 
William IV. of England, third son of the sovereign. 
Ensigns delivered to him at New York. Installed by dis- 
pensation, 1801, May 28. In place of No. 593. (596) 

1782, Apr. 19. CHARLES (LENNOX), 8th duke of Richmond, duke of 
Lennox. Installed by dispensation 1801, May 29. Died 
1806, Dec. 29. In place of No. 540. (597) 

1782, Apr. 19. WILLIAM (CAVENDISH), 5th duke of Devonshire. In- 
stalled ut supra. Died 1811, July 29. In place of No. 579. 

(598) 

1782, Apr. 19. WILLIAM (PETTY), 3rd earl of Shelbourne, after- 
wards 1st marquess of Lansdowne. Installed ut supra. Died 
1805, May 7. In place of No. 594. (599) 

1782, Oct. 3. CHARLES (MANNERS), 4th duke of Rutland. Not in- 
stalled. Died 1787, Oct. 24. In place of No. 578. (600) 

1786, June 2. EDWARD, prince of Brunswick-Luneburg, afterwards 
duke of Kent and Strathearn, fourth son of the sovereign. 
Ensigns transmitted to him at Hanover. Installed by dis- 
pensation 1801, May 28. Died 1820, Jan. 23. Elected by 
virtue of a new statute dated 1786, May 31, admitting the 
sons of the sovereign for the time being into the Order in 
addition to the number of knights established by the ancient 
Statutes. (601) 



48 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

1786, June 2. ERNEST AUGUSTUS, prince of Brunswick-Liineburg, 
afterwards duke of Cumberland and Tiviotdale and king of 
Hanover, fifth son of the sovereign. Elected and installed 
ut supra. Died 1851, Nov. 18. (602) 

1786, June 2. AUGUSTUS FREDERICK, prince of Brunswick-Liine- 
burg, afterwards duke of Sussex, sixth son of the sovereign. 
Elected and installed ut supra. Died 1843, Apr. 21. (603) 

1786, June 2. ADOLPHUS FREDERICK, prince of Brunswick-Liine- 
burg, afterwards duke of Cambridge, seventh son of the 
sovereign. Elected and installed ut supra. Died 1850, 
July 8. (604) 

1786, June 2. WILLIAM, landgrave of Hesse-Cassel, afterwards 
elector of the Holy Roman Empire. Invested at Cassel 

1786, Aug. 7. Installed by dispensation 1801, May 29. 
Died 1821, Feb. 27. In place of No. 554. (605) 

1786, June 2. HENRY (SOMERSET), 5th duke of Beaufort. Installed 
ut supra. Died 1803, Oct. 11. In place of the prince of 
Wales, No. 584, in consequence of the latter's exception 
from the original number by the statute of 1786, May 31. 

(606) 

1786, June 2. GEORGE (NUGENT-TEMPLE-GRENVILLE), 1st marquess 
of Buckingham. Installed ut supra. Died 1813, Feb. 11. 
In place of No. 591 in consequence, etc., ut supra. (607) 

1786, June 2. CHARLES (CORNWALLIS), 2nd earl, afterwards 1st 
marquess Cornwallis. Ensigns delivered to him at Calcutta 

1787, Mar. 4. Installed ut supra. Died 1805, Oct. 5. In 
place of No. 596 in consequence, etc., ut supra. (608) 

1788, Apr. 9. JOHN FREDERICK (SACKVILLE), 3rd duke of Dorset. 
Installed ut supra. Died 1799, July 19. In place of 
No. 574. (609) 

1788, Apr. 9. HUGH (PERCY), 4th duke of Northumberland. In- 
stalled ut supra. Died 1817, July 10. In place of No. 600. 

(610) 

1790, Dec. 15. ERNEST LEWIS^ duke of Saxe-Gotha, cousin of the 
sovereign. Invested at Gotha 1791, Apr. 18. Installed ut 
supra. Died 1804, Apr. 20. In place of No. 563. (611) 

1790, Dec. 15. FRANCIS GODOLPHIN (OSBORNE), 5th duke of Leeds. 
Not installed. Died 1799, Jan. 31. In place of No. 571. 

(612) 



K.G. 49 

1790, Dec. 15. JOHN (PITT), 2nd earl of Chatham. Installed by 
dispensation 1801, May 29. Died 1835, Sept. 24. In place 
of No. 587. (613) 

1793, June 12. JAMES (CECIL), 1st marquess of Salisbury. Installed 
ut supra. Died 1823, June 13. In place of No. 581. (614) 

1793, June 12. JOHN (FANE), 16th earl of Westmorland. Invested 
1795, Jan. 14. Installed ut supra. Died 1841, Dec. 15. 
In place of No. 577. (615) 

1793, June 12. FREDERICK (HOWARD), 8th earl of Carlisle. Installed 

ut supra. Died 1825, Sept. 4. In place of No. 592. (616) 

1794, May 28. HENRY (SCOTT), 3rd duke of Buccleuch, afterwards 

also duke of Queensbury. Installed ut supra. Died 1812, 
Jan. 11. In place of No. 569. (617) 

1794, July 16. WILLIAM FREDERICK, prince of Brunswick-Luneburg, 
afterwards duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh; nephew of 
the sovereign. Ensigns delivered to him by the duke of 
York, then in Flanders. Installed ut supra. Excepted from 
the original number of knights by the statute of 1805, Jan. 
10. Died 1857, Apr. 30. In place of No. 582. (618) 

1794, July 16. WILLIAM HENRY CAVENDISH (Bentinck, afterwards 
Cavendish-Bentinck), 3rd duke of Portland. Installed ut 
supra. Died 1809, Oct. 30. In place of No. 575. (619) 

1797, June 2. RICHARD (HOWE), 1st earl Howe ; not installed. Died 
1799, Aug. 5. In place of No. 595. (620) 

1799, Mar. 1. GEORGE JOHN (SPENCER), 2nd earl Spencer. Installed 
by dispensation, 1801, May 29. Died 1834, Nov. 10. In 
place of No. 612. (621) 

1799, Aug. 14. JOHN JEFFREYS (PRATT), 2nd earl, afterwards 1st 
marquess Camden. Installed ut supra. Died 1840, Oct. 8. 
In place of No. 609. (622) 

1801, June 3. JOHN (KER), 3rd duke of Roxburghe. Nominated, in- 
vested and installed by dispensation. Died 1804, March 19. 
In place of No. 620. (623) 

1803, Nov. 25. JOHN HENRY (MANNERS), 5th duke of Rutland. In- 
stalled 1805, Apr. 23. Died 1857, Jan. 20. In place of 
No. 606. (624) 



50 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

1803, Nov. 25. PHILIP (YORKE), 3rd earl of Hardwicke. Received 
the ensigns at Dublin Castle 1805, Apr. 16. Installed by 
proxy Apr. 23. Died 1834, Nov. 18. In place of No. 590. 

(625) 

1805, Jan. 17. HENRY CHARLES (SOMERSET), 6th duke of Beaufort. 
Installed Apr. 23. Died 1835, Nov. 23. In place of 
No. 623. (626) 

1805, Jan. 17. JOHN JAMES (HAMILTON), 1st marquess of Abercorn. 
Installed Apr. 23. Died 1818, Jan. 27. In place of No. 611. 

(627) 

1805, Jan. 17. GEORGE AUGUSTUS (HERBERT), 30th earl of Pem- 
broke, earl of Montgomery. Installed Apr. 23. Died 1827, 
Oct. 26. In place of No. 580 under the statute of 1805, 
Jan. 10. (628) 

1805, Jan. 17. GEORGE (FINCH), 9th earl of Winchilsea, earl of 
Nottingham. Installed Apr. 23. Died 1826, Aug. 2. In 
place of No. 618 under the statute of 1805, Jan. 10 (629) 

1805, Jan. 17. PHILIP (STANHOPE), 6th earl of Chesterfield. In- 
stalled Apr. 23. Died 1815, Aug. 29. In place of No. 568 
under the statute of 1805, Jan. 10. (630) 

1805, May 27. GEORGE (LEGGE), 3rd earl of Dartmouth. Not in- 

stalled. Died 1810, Nov. 10. In place of No. 599. (631) 

1806, Mar. 22. GEORGE GRANVILLE (LEVESON-GOWER), 2nd marquess 

of Stafford, afterwards duke of Sutherland. Installed by 
dispensation 1812, Mar. 31. Died 1833, July 5. In place 
of No. 608. (632) 

1807, July 18. FRANCIS (!NGRAM-SEYMOUR-CONWAY), 5th marquess 

of Hertford. Installed ut supra. Died 1822, June 17. In 
place of No. 585. (633) 

1807, July 18. WILLIAM (LOWTHER), 2nd earl of Lonsdale. In- 
stalled ut supra. Died 1844, Mar. 19. In place of No. 597. 

(634) 

1810, Mar. 3. RICHARD (WELLESLEY), marquess Wellesley. Installed 
ut supra. Died 1842, Sept. 26. In place of No. 619. (635) 

1812, Mar. 26. CHARLES (LENNOX), 9th duke of Richmond. In- 
stalled ut supra. Received the ensigns at Dublin Castle 
Apr. 7. Died 1819, Aug. 28. In place of No. 631. (636) 

1812, Mar. 26. JAMES (GRAHAM), 4th duke of Montrose. Installed 
ut supra. Died 1836, Dec. 30. In place of No. 589. (637) 



K.G. 51 

1812, June 12. FRANCIS (RAWDON-HASTINGS), 2nd earl of Moira, 
afterwards 1st marquess of Hastings. Installed by dispensa- 
tion June 13. Died 1826, Nov. 28. In place of No. 598. 

(638) 

1812, June 19. HENRY PELHAM (PELHAM-CLINTON). 4th duke of 

Newcastle-under-Lyne. Installed by dispensation June 22. 
Died 1851, Jan. 12. In place of No. 617. (639) 

1813, Mar. 4. ARTHUR (WELLESLEY), marquess, afterwards duke, of 

Wellington. Received the ensigns at Freneda in Portugal, 
May 6. Installed by dispensation 1814, April 19. Died 
1852, Sept. 14. In place of No. 607. (640) 

1813, July 27. ALEXANDER I., emperor of all the Russias. Elected 

a supernumerary knight by virtue of a special statute. 
Invested at Toplitz in Bohemia, Sept. 27. Installed ut supra. 
Died 1825, Sept. 4. (641) 

1814, Apr. 21. Louis XVIIL, king of France and Navarre. Elected 

a supernumerary knight by virtue of a special statute. 
Invested at Carlton House and installed by dispensation 
same day. Died 1824, Sept. 16. (642) 

1814, June 9. FRANCIS I., emperor of Austria. Elected a super- 
numerary knight by virtue of a special statute. Invested at 
Yienna Sept. 21. Installed by dispensation Dec. 27. Died 
1835, Mar. 2. (643) 

1814, June 9. FREDERICK WILLIAM III., king of Prussia. Elected 
ut supra. Invested at Carlton House and installed same day 
by dispensation. Died 1840, June 7. (644) 

1814, June 9. ROBERT BANKS (JENKINSON), 2nd earl of Liverpool. 
Elected ut supra. Knighted and invested on same day and 
installed by dispensation June 28. Died 1828, Dec. 4. 
Supernumerary till the death of No. 630. (645) 

1814, June 9. Sir ROBERT STEWART, commonly called viscount 
Castlereagh, afterwards 2nd marquess of Londonderry. 
Elected and installed ut supra. Died 1822, Aug. 12. Super- 
numerary till the death of No. 588. (646) 

1814, Aug. 10. FERDINAND VII., king of Spain. Elected a super- 
numerary knight by virtue of a special statute. Invested at 
Madrid, 1815, May 17. Installed by dispensation 1815, 
Aug. 26. Died 1833, Sept. 29. (647) 



52 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

1814, Aug. 10. WILLIAM FREDERICK DE NASSAU, prince of Orange, 
afterwards king of the Netherlands. Elected by virtue of 
the statute of 1805, Jan. 29, as a descendant of George II. 
Invested at Brussels Aug. 22. Installed by dispensation 
1814, Dec. 2T. Died 1843, Dec. 12. (648) 

1816, May 23. LEOPOLD GEORGE FREDERICK, duke of Saxe-Coburg- 

Saalfeld, consort of the princess Charlotte Augusta, only 
child of the prince Regent, and afterwards king of the 
Belgians. Elected a supernumerary knight by special 
statute. Invested same day. Installed by dispensation 
May 25. Died 1865, Dec. 10. (649) 

1817, July 24. HENRY (BATHURST), 3rd earl Bathurst. Installed by 

dispensation July 26. Died 1834, July 2T. In place of 
No. 610. (650) 

1818, Feb. 19. HENRY WILLIAM (PAGET), 1st marquess of Anglesey. 

Installed by dispensation Mar. 2. Died 1854, Apr. 29. In 
place of No. 627. (651) 

1819, Nov. 25. HUGH (PERCY), 5th duke of Northumberland. In- 

stalled by dispensation Dec. 4. Died 1847, Feb. 11. In 
place of No. 636. (652) 



GEOEGE IV., the twenty-third Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1820, January 29. 

1820, June 7. RICHARD (TEMPLE-NUGENT-BRYDGES-CHANDOS-GREN- 
VILLE), 2nd marquess, afterwards first duke of Buckingham. 
Installed by dispensation June 12. Died 1839, Jan. 17. 
In place of the sovereign on the latter' s accession. (653) 

1822, Feb. 13. FREDERICK VI., king of Denmark. Elected a super- 
numerary knight by virtue of a special statute. Invested at 
Copenhagen June 11. Installed by dispensation July 22. 
Died 1839, Dec. 3. (654) 

1822, Feb. 13. JOHN VI., king of Portugal. Elected ut supra. In- 
vested at the Palace of Ajuda near Lisbon 1823, Sept. 23. 
Installed by dispensation Nov. 23. Died 1826, Mar. 10. 

(655) 

1822, July 22. GEORGE JAMES (CHOLMONDELEY), 1st marquess Chol- 
mondeley. Elected, invested and installed by dispensation 
same day. Died 1827, Apr. 10. In place of No. 633. (656) 



K.G. 53 

1822, Nov. 22. FRANCIS CHARLES (SEYMOTJR-CONWAY), 6th marquess 

of Hertford. Elected, invested and installed by dispensa- 
tion same day. Died 1842, Mar. 1. In place of No. 646. 

(657) 

1823, July 16. THOMAS (THYNNE), 2nd marquess of Bath. Installed 

by dispensation July 29. Died 1837, Mar. 27. In place of 
No. 614. (658) 

1825, Mar. 9. CHARLES X., king of France and Navarre. Declared 

a supernumerary knight by special statute. Invested at 
Paris June 7. Installed by dispensation Dec. 20. Died 
1836, Nov. 4. (659) 

1826, Jan. 30. CHARLES (SACKVILLE-GERMAINE), 5th duke of Dorset. 

Elected, invested and installed by dispensation same day. 
Died 1843, July 29. In place of No. 616. (660) 

1827, Mar. 16. NICHOLAS I., emperor of all the Russias. Declared 

a supernumerary knight by special statute. Invested at 
Czarskozelo July 8. Installed by dispensation Sept. 4. 
Died 1855, Mar. 2. (661) 



1827, May 10. GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK (OSBORNE), 6th duke 
of Leeds, 
same 



. vj JUivj'jn.vjrjcj yyj.-ijJLij.AJ3a. _L JXJCJJ-JCJAVJ.V>X\. i\j&f>\js\,i*s^i f VJL/JJ. u.u.jo.c 

3eds. Elected, invested and installed by dispensation 
day. Died 1838, July 10. In place of No. 629. (662) 



1827, May 10. WILLIAM GEORGE SPENCER (CAVENDISH), 6th duke 
of Devonshire. Elected, etc., ut supra. Died 1858, Jan. 
18. In place of No. 638. (663) 

1827, May 10. BROWNLOW (CECIL), 2nd marquess of Exeter. Elected, 
etc., ut supra. Died 1867, Jan. 16. In place of No. 656. 

(664) 

1829, May 13. CHARLES (LENNOX afterwards GORDON -LENNOX), 
10th duke of Richmond. Elected, etc., ut supra. Died 
1860, Oct. 21. In place of No. 628. (665) 

1829, June 10. GEORGE (ASHBURNHAM), 3rd earl of Ashburnham. 
Installed by dispensation June 22. Died 1830, Oct. 27 (or 
17). In place of No. 645. (666) 



54 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

WILLIAM IV., the twenty-fourth Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1830, June 26. 

1830, July 17. BERNARD ERIC FREUND, reigning duke of Saxe- 
Meiningen, brother of the queen consort. Declared a 
supernumerary knight by special statute. Invested at 
Windsor Castle July 26. Installed by dispensation 1831, 
Aug. 20. Abdicated 1866, Sept. 20. Died 1882, Dec. 3. 

(667) 

1830, July 26. WILLIAM I., king of Wiirtemberg. Elected as a 
lineal descendant of George II. Invested at St. James's 
Palace and installed by dispensation on same day. Died 
1864, June 25. (668) 

1830, Nov. 25. JOHN (RUSSELL), 10th duke of Bedford. Elected, 

invested and installed by dispensation same day. Died 
1839, Oct. 20. In place of No. 666. (669) 

1831, Hay 27. CHARLES (GREY), 2nd earl Grey. Elected by a 

special statute as an extra knight. Installed and invested 
by dispensation same day. Died 1845, July 17. A super- 
numerary knight till the death of No. 632. (670) 

1831, June 20. AUGUSTUS WILLIAM MAXIMILIAN FREDERICK LEWIS, 
reigning duke of Brunswick-Wolffenbiittel. Elected as a 
lineal descendant of George II. Invested at St. James's 
Palace and installed by dispensation same day. Died 1884, 
Oct. 18. (671) 

1834, Aug. 13. BERNARD EDWARD (HOWARD), 19th duke of Norfolk. 
Elected, invested and installed by dispensation.* Died 
1842, Mar. 16. In place of No. 650. (672) 

1834, Dec. 20. GEORGE HENRY (Fixz-lloY), 4th duke of Grafton. 

Elected, invested and installed by dispensation Dec. 20. 
Died 1844, Sept. 28. In place of No. 621. (673) 

1835, Feb. 23. WALTER FRANCIS (MONTAGU-DOUGLAS-SCOTT), 5th 

duke of Buccleuch, duke of Queensberry. Elected, invested 
and installed by dispensation Feb. 23. Died 1884, Apr. 16. 
In place of No. 625. (674) 

*Frpm this point onward to the end of the Garter Knights the date in the margin, unless otherwise 
stated, is that of installation or of the letters patent dispensing with all ceremonies of installation. 



K.G. 55 

1835, Aug. 15. GEORGE FREDERICK ALEXANDER CHARLES ERNEST 
AUGUSTUS, prince of Brunswick-Liineburg, son and heir 
apparent of the duke of Cumberland and nephew of the 
sovereign. Elected, invested and installed Aug. 15 as a 
lineal descendant of king George I. Afterwards duke of 
Cumberland and Tiviotdale and king of Hanover. Died 
1878, June 12, at his residence in the Rue de Presbourg, 
Paris. (675) 

1835, Aug. 15. GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK CHARLES, prince of 

Brunswick-Liineburg, son and heir apparent of the duke of 
Cambridge and nephew of the sovereign. Elected, invested 
and installed Aug. 15 as a lineal descendant of George I. 
Afterwards 7th duke of Cambridge. Died 1904, Mar. 17. 

(676) 

1836, Feb. 5. ALEXANDER (HAMILTON), 10th duke of Hamilton. 

Elected, invested and installed by dispensation Feb. 5. 
Died 1852, Aug. 12. In place of No. 613. (677) 

1836, Feb. 5. HENRY (PETTY), 3rd marquess of Lansdowne. Elected, 

invested and installed by dispensation Feb. 5. Died 1863, 
Jan. 31. In place of No. 626. (678) 

1837, Mar. 17. GEORGE (HOWARD), 9th earl of Carlisle. Elected 

invested and installed by dispensation Mar. 17. Died 1848, 
Oct. 7. In place of No. 637. (679) 

1837, Apr. 19. EDWARD ADOLPIIUS (SEYMOUR), 16th duke of Somer- 
set. Elected, invested and installed by dispensation Apr. 
19. Died 1855, Aug. 15. In pla^e of No. 658. (680) 



VICTORIA, the twenty-fifth Sovereign. 
Succeeded 1837, June 20. 

1837, July 14. CHARLES WILLIAM FREDERICK EMICON, prince of 

Leiningen, the sovereign's half brother. Declared a super- 
numerary knight by a special statute July 14. Invested 
and installed by dispensation same day. Died 1856, Nov. 13. 

(681) 

1838, July 16. ERNEST ANTHONY CHARLES LEWIS, reigning duke of 

Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, the sovereign's uncle. Declared 
a supernumerary knight by special statute July 16. In- 
vested and installed by dispensation same day. Died 1844, 
Jan. 29. (682) 



56 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

1839, Apr. 2. EDWARD (SMITH-STANLEY), 22nd earl of Derby. 
Elected and installed by dispensation Apr. 2. Died 1851, 
June 30. In place of No. 662. (683) 

1839, Apr. IT. WILLIAM HARRY (VANE), 4th duke of Cleveland. 
Elected, invested and installed by dispensation Apr. 17. 
Died 1842, Jan. 29. In place of No. 653. (684) 

1839, Dec. 16. FRANCIS ALBERT AUGUSTUS CHARLES EMANUEL, duke 
of Saxe, prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, the sovereign's 
cousin, afterwards prince Consort. Declared a super- 
numerary knight by special statute and installed by dis- 
pensation Dec. 16. Received the ensigns at Gotha 1840, 
Jan. 24. Died 1861, Dec. 14. (685) 

1841, Mar. 11. GEORGE GRANVILLE (LEVESON-GOWER, afterwards 
SUTHERLAND-LEVESON-GOWER), 1st duke of Sutherland, 
knighted and invested at Buckingham Palace Mar. 11 and 
installed by dispensation same day. Died 1861, Feb. 28. 
In place of No. 669. (686) 

1841, Mar. 11. EGBERT (GROSVENOR), 1st marquess of Westminster. 
Knighted and invested at Buckingham Palace and installed 
by dispensation same day. Died 1845, Feb. 17. In place 
of No. 622. (687) 

1841, Dec. 8. For the prince of "Wales see below under date 1858, 

Nov. 9. 

1842, Jan. 25. FREDERICK WILLIAM IV., king of Prussia. Nominated 

as a lineal descendant of George I., Jan. 25. Invested at 
Windsor same day. Letters patent of dispensation of in- 
stallation same day. Died 1861, Jan. 2. (688) 

1842, Apr. 11. FREDERICK AUGUSTUS II., king of Saxony. Nominated 
as a descendant ut supra Apr. 11. Invested at Dresden by 
special commission Oct. 8. Letters patent of dispensation 
of installation Oct. 31. Died 1854, Aug. 9. (689) 

1842,* Apr. 11. HENRY (SOMERSET), 7th duke of Beaufort. 
Nominated Apr. 11 in place of No. ( ?) 615. Knighted and 
invested Apr. 11. Letters patent of dispensation of installa- 
tion Apr. 11. Died 1853, Nov. 17. (690) 

1842, Apr. 11. RICHARD PLANTAGENET (TEMPLE-NUGENT-BRYDGES- 
CHANDOS-GRENVILLE), 2nd duke of Buckingham and 
Chandos. Nominated Apr. 11 in place of No. (?) 684. 
Invested Apr. 11. Letters patent of dispensation of installa- 
tion Apr. 11. Died 1861, July 29. (691) 

*From numbers 690 to 727 the succession of the Knights is not stated in the Register of the Order. It 
is here given from Young's MS. Register and from other MSS. at the College of Arms 



K.G. 57 

1842, Apr. 11. JAMES BROWNLOW ( GAS COYNE- CECIL, formerly CECIL), 
2nd marquess of Salisbury. Nominated Apr. 11 in place of 
No. 635. Knighted and invested Apr. 11. Letters 
patent of dispensation of installation Apr. 11. Died 1868, 
Apr. 12. (692) 



1842, Apr. 11. HENRY (VANE), 5th duke of Cleveland. Nominated 
Apr. 11 in place of No. (?) 672. Invested Apr. 11. Letters 
patent of dispensation and installation Apr. 11. Died 1864, 
Jan. 18. (693) 

1844, Oct. 11. Louis PHILIPPE, king of the French. Nominated 
by special statute Oct. 11. Invested Oct. 11. Letters patent 
of dispensation of installation Oct. 11. Died 1850, Aug. 26. 

(694) 

1844, Dec. 12. ERNEST II., duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, 
brother-in-law to queen Yictoria. Nominated by special 
statute Dec. 12. Invested Dec. 12. Letters patent of dis- 
pensation of installation Dec. 12. Died 1893, Aug. 22, at 
the Castle of Reinhardsbrunn, Gotha. (695) 

1844, Dec. 12. THOMAS PHILIP (WEDDELL, afterwards DE GRAY), 
2nd earl de Grey of Wrest. Nominated Dec. 12 in place of 
635. Knighted and invested Dec. 12. Letters patent 
of dispensation and installation Dec. 12. Died 1859, 
Nov. 14. (696) 

1844, Dec. 12. JAMES (HAMILTON), 2nd marquess, afterwards 1st 
duke of Abercorn. Nominated Dec. 12 in place of No. 
660. Knighted and invested Dee. 12. Letters patent 
of dispensation of installation Dec. 12. Died 1885, Oct. 31. 

.(697) 

1844, Dec. 12. CHARLES CHETWYND (CHETWYND-TALBOT, formerly 
TALBOT), 3rd earl Talbot. Nominated Dec. 12 in place of 
No. 634. Invested Dec. 12. Letters patent of dispensa- 
tion of installation Dec. 12. Died 1849, Jan. 13. (698) 

1844, Dec. 12. EDWARD HERBERT (HERBERT, formerly CLIVE), 7th 
earl of Powis. Nominated Dec. 12. Knighted and invested 
Dec. 12 in place of No. 673. Letters patent of dispensation 
of installation Dec. 12. Died 1848, Jan. 17. (699) 



58 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

1846, Jan. 19. GEORGE CHARLES (PRATT), 2nd marquess of Camden. 
Nominated Jan. 19 in place of No. 687. Invested at Windsor 
Castle Jan. 19, lie being there first knighted that day. 
Letters patent of dispensation of installation same day. 
Died 1866, Aug. 8. (TOO) 

1846, Jan. 19. RICHARD (SEYMOUR-CONWAY), marquess of Hertford. 

Nominated Jan. 19 in place of No. 670. Invested at 
Windsor Castle Jan. 19, he being there first knighted that 
day. Letters patent of dispensation of installation same 
day. Died 1870, Aug. 24, at his residence in Paris. (701) 

1847, Mar. 26. FRANCIS (RUSSELL), 7th duke of Bedford. Nomin- 

ated Mar. 26 in place of No. 652. Knighted and invested 
at Buckingham Palace Mar. 26. Letters patent of dispensa- 
tion of installation same day. Died 1861, May 14. (702) 

1848, May 4. HENRY CHARLES (HOWARD), 20th duke of Norfolk. 

Nominated May 4 in place of No. 699. Knighted and 
invested at Buckingham Palace May 4. Letters patent of 
dispensation of installation same day. Died 1856, Feb. 18. 

(703) 

1849, Mar. 23. GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK (YILLIERS), 8th earl 

of Clarendon. Nominated Mar. 23 in place of No. 679. 
Invested Mar. 23. Letters patent of dispensation of installa- 
tion Mar. 23. Died 1870, June 27. (704) 

1849, Mar. 23. FREDERICK (SPENCER), 4th earl Spencer. Nominated 
Mar. 23 in place of No. 698. Knighted and invested at 
Buckingham Palace Mar. 23. Letters patent of dispensation 
of installation same day. Died 1857, Dec. 27. 



1851, Feb. 19. CONSTANTINE HENRY (PHIPPS), 1st marquess of 
Normanby. Nominated Feb. 19 in place of No. 639. 
Invested Feb. 19. Letters patent of dispensation of installa- 
tion Feb. 19. Died 1863, July (? Sept.) 28. (706) 

1851, Nov. 4. CHARLES WILLIAM (WENTWORTH-FITZ WILLIAM), 5th 
earl Fitzwilliam. Nominated Nov. 4 in place of No. 683. 
Knighted and invested at Windsor Castle Nov. 4. Letters 
patent of dispensation of installation Nov. 4. Died 1857, 
Oct. 4. (707) 

1853, Jan. 19. ALGERNON (PERCY), 6th duke of Northumberland, 
Nominated Jan. 19 in place of No. 677. Knighted and 
invested Jan. 19 at Windsor Castle. Letters patent of 
installation same day. Died 1865, Feb. 12. (708) 



K.G. 59 

1853, Jan. 19. CHARLES WILLIAM (YANE, formerly STEWART), 3rd 
marquess of Londonderry. Nominated Jan. 19 in place of 
No. 640. Invested at Windsor Castle Jan. 19. Letters 
patent of dispensation of installation Jan. 19. Died 1854, 
Mar. 6. (709) 

1855, Feb. 7. GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK (HOWARD), 7th earl of 
Carlisle. Nominated Feb. 7 in place of No. 690. 
Knighted and invested at Windsor Castle Feb. 7. Letters 
patent of dispensation of installation same day. Died 1864, 
Dec. 5. (710) 

1855, Feb. 7. FRANCIS (LEVESON-GOWER), 1st earl of Ellesmere. 
Nominated Feb. 7 in place of No. 651. Knighted and 
invested at Windsor Castle Feb 7. Letters patent of dis- 
pensation of installation same day. Died 1857, Feb. 18. 

(711) 

1855, Feb. 7. GEORGE (GORDON, afterwards HAMILTON- GORDON), 4th 
earl of Aberdeen. Nominated Feb. 7 in place of No. 709. 
Invested Feb. 7. Letters patent of dispensation of installa- 
tion Feb. 7. Died 1860, Dec. 14. (712) 

1855, Apr. 18. NAPOLEON III., emperor of the French. Nominated 
by special statute Apr. 18. Invested same day. Letters 
patent of dispensation of installation same day. Died 1873, 
Jan. 9. (713) 

1855, Dec. 5. YICTOR EMMANUEL II., king of Sardinia, afterwards 

king of Italy. Nominated by special statute Dec. 5. 
Invested same day. Letters patent of dispensation of in- 
stallation same day. Died 1878, Jan. 9, at Rome. (714) 

1856, July 12. HUGH (FORTESCUE), 2nd earl Fortescue. Nominated 

July 12 in place of No. 680. Knighted and invested 
July 12. Letters patent of dispensation of installation 
July 12. Died 1861, Sept. 14. (715) 

1856, July 12. HENRY JOHN (TEMPLE), viscount Palmerston. 
Nominated July 12 in place of No. 703. Invested 
July 12. Letters patent of dispensation of installation 
July 12. Died 1865, Oct. 18. (716) 

1856, Nov. 5. ABDUL MEDJID, sultan of Turkey. Nominated by 
special statute Aug. 16. Invested by special commission at 
Constantinople Nov. 1 in the royal palace of Dolma Bajtche. 
Letters patent of dispensation of installation Dec. 12. Died 
1861, June 25. (717) 



60 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

1857, July 6. GRANVILLE GEORGE (LEVESON-GOWER), 5th earl Gran- 
ville. Nominated July 6 in place of No. 624. Knighted 
and invested at Buckingham Palace July 6. Letters patent 
of dispensation of installation same day. Died 1891, 
Mar. 31. (718) 

1857, July 6. RICHARD (GROSVENOR), 2nd marquess of Westminster. 

Nominated July 6 in place of No. 711. Knighted and 
invested at Buckingham Palace July 6. Letters patent of 
dispensation of installation same day. Died 1869, Oct. 31. 

(719) 

1858, Jan. 28. H.R.H. FREDERICK WILLIAM NICHOLAS CHARLES, 

crown prince of Prussia, afterwards Frederick III., emperor 
of Germany. As a lineal descendant of George I. Invested 
Jan. 28 in the Chapter Room. Letters patent of dispensa- 
tion of installation same day. Died 1888, June 15. (720) 

1858, Mar. 25. ARTHUR RICHARD (WELLESLEY), 2nd duke of 
Wellington. Nominated Mar. 25 in place of No. 707. 
Knighted and invested at Buckingham Palace Mar. 25. 
Letters patent of dispensation of installation same day. 
Died 1884, Aug. 13. (721) 

1858, Mar. 25. WILLIAM (CAVENDISH), 7th duke of Devonshire. 
Nominated Mar. 2o in place of No. 705. Knighted and 
invested at Buckingham Palace Mar. 25. Letters patent of 
dispensation of installation same day. Died 1891, Dec. 21. 

(722) 

1858, June 24. PEDRO Y., king of Portugal. Nominated by special 
statute Apr. 26. Invested at the palace of Belem, at Lisbon, 
May 28 by special commission. Letters patent of dispensa- 
tion of installation June 24. Died 1861, Nov. 11. (723) 

1858, Nov. 9. ALBERT EDWARD, prince of Wales. Invested by the 

Queen in the presence of prince Consort without any public 
ceremony, he having become a knight of the Garter in 1841, 
Dec. 8, by his creation as prince of Wales when less than a 
month old. Letters patent dispensing with installation dated 
1858, Nov. 9. Afterwards King Edward VII. (724) 

1859, June 28. DUDLEY (RYDER), 2nd earl of Harrowby. Nominated 

June 28 [in place of No. 663]. Knighted and invested at 
Buckingham Palace June 28. Letters patent of dispensation 
of installation same day. Died 1882, Nov. 19. (725) 

1859, June 28. EDWARD GEOFFREY (SMITH-STANLEY), 28th earl of 
Derby. Created an extra knight by special statute 
June 28. Knighted and invested at Buckingham Palace 
June 28. Letters patent of dispensation of installation 
same day. Subsequently succeeded to No. 696. Died 1869, 
Oct. 28. (726) 



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1860, Dec. 17. HENRY PELHAM (PELH AM- CLINTON), 5th duke of 

Newcastle. Nominated Dec. 17 in place of No. (?) 665. 
Knighted and invested at Windsor Castle Dec. 17. Letters 
patent of dispensation of installation same day. Died 1864, 
Oct. 18. (727) 

1861, Apr. 12. WILLIAM I., king of Prussia, afterwards emperor of 

Germany. Nominated by special statute Feb. 6. Invested 
by special commission at Berlin Mar. 4. Letters patent of 
dispensation of installation Apr. 12. Died 1888, Mar. 9. 

(728) 

1862, May 21. CHARLES JOHN (CANNING), earl Canning. Nominated 

May 8 in place of No. 712. Letters patent of dispensation 
of installation May 21. Died 1862, June 17. (729) 

1862, May 21. EDWARD ADOLPHUS (SEYMOUR), 17th duke of Somer- 
set. Knighted by letters patent May 6. Nominated May 8 
in place of ifo. 702. Letters patent of dispensation of in- 
stallation May 21. Died 1885, Nov. 28. (730) 

1862, May 21. JOHN (RUSSELL), 1st earl Russell. Knighted by 
letters patent May 6. Nominated May 8 in place of 
No. 686. Letters patent of dispensation of installation 
May 21. Died 1878, May 28. (731) 

1862, May 21. ANTHONY (ASHLEY-COOPER), 8th earl of Shaftesbury. 
Knighted by letters patent May 6. Nominated May 8 in 
place of No. 691. Letters patent of dispensation of installa- 
tion May 21. Died 1885, Oct. 1. (732) 

1862, May 21. WILLIAM THOMAS SPENCER (WENTWORTH-FITZ- 
WILLIAM), 6th earl Fitzwilliam. Knighted by letters patent 
May 6. Nominated May 8 in place of No. 715. Letters- 
patent of dispensation of installation May 21. Died 1902, 
Feb. 20. (733) 

1862, July 5. PRINCE FREDERICK WILLIAM Louis CHARLES of Hesse- 
and the Rhine, afterwards grand duke Louis IV. of Hesse. 
Nominated June 27. Invested privately by the queen at 
Osborne July 5. Letters patent of dispensation of installa- 
tion July 5. Died 1892, Mar. 13, at Darmstadt. (734) 

1862, Aug. 12. FREDERICK WILLIAM CHARLES GEORGE ERNEST 
ADOLPHUS GUSTAVUS, reigning grand duke of Mecklenburg- 
Strelitz. Nominated by special statute July 31. Received 
the ensigns from Garter by the queen's command Aug. 12 
at Kew. Letters patent of dispensation of installation 
Aug. 12. Died 1904, May 30. (735) 



62 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

1863, June 10. PRINCE ALFRED ERNEST ALBERT, duke of Saxony 
and Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, afterwards duke of 
Edinburgh, duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Nominated 
May 24 (the queen's birthday) and invested privately by 
the queen [the same day] Letters patent of dispensation of 
installation June 10. Died 1900, July 30. (736) 

1863, June 10. HENRY GEORGE (GREY), 3rd earl Grey. Knighted 

by letters patent May 30. Nominated May 30 in place of 
No. 729. Ensigns delivered to him by Garter June 1. Letters 
patent of dispensation of installation June 10. Died 1894, 
Oct. 9. (737) 

1864, Apr. 30. GEORGE GRANVILLE WILLIAM (SUTHERLAND-LEVESON- 

GOWER), 3rd duke of Sutherland. Knighted by letters 
patent Apr. 22. Nominated Apr. 22 in place of No. 678. 
Ensigns delivered to him at Sutherland House by Garter. 
Letters pa.tent of dispensation of installation Apr. 30. Died 
1892, Sept. 22. (738) 

1864, May 23. GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK (BRUDENELL-BRUCE) , 
2nd marquess of Ailesbury. Knighted by letters patent 
May 23. Nominated May 23 in place of No. 706. Ensigns 
subsequently delivered to him by Garter. Letters patent of 
dispensation of installation May 23. Died 1878, Jan. 6. 

(739) 

1864, Oct. 10. HENRY (PETTY-FITZMAURICE), 4th marquess of Lans- 

downe. Knighted by letters patent Sept. 27. Nominated 
Sept. 30 in place of No. 693. Ensigns delivered to him by 
Garter Oct. 6 at Lansdowne House. Letters patent of dis- 
pensation of installation Oct. 10. Died 1866, July 5. (740) 

1865, Jan. 14. JOHN POYNTZ (SPENCER), 5th earl Spencer. Knighted 

by letters patent 1864, Dec. 28. Nominated Dec. 30 in 
place of No. 727. Ensigns delivered to him by Garter 1865, 
Jan. 13. Letters patent of dispensation of installation 
Jan. 14. (741) 

1865, Apr. 10. HARRY GEORGE (VANE afterwards POWLETT), 7th 
duke of Cleveland. Knighted by letters patent Apr. 6. 
Nominated Apr. 8 in place of No. 710. Letters patent of 
dispensation of installation Apr. 10. Died 1891, Aug. 21. 

(742) 

1865, June 17. Louis I., king of Portugal and the Algarvas, duke 
of Saxony. Nominated by special statute Jan. 17. Invested 
at Ajuda near Lisbon by special commission June (?May) 4. 
Letters patent of dispensation of installation June ( ? May) 17. 
Died 1889, Oct. 19. (743) 



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1865, June 17. CHRISTIAN IX., king of Denmark. Nominated by 
special statute Jan. 17. Invested by special commission at 
Copenhagen Apr. 25. Letters patent of dispensation of 
installation June ( ? May) 17. (744) 

1865, June 17. Louis III., grand duke of Hesse and the Rhine. 
Nominated by special statute Jan. 17. Invested by special 
commission at Darmstadt June 6. Letters patent of dis- 
pensation of installation June (? May) 17. Died 1877, 
June 19, at Darmstadt. (745) 

1865, Aug. 5. FRANCIS THOMAS DE GRAY (CowrER), 7th earl Cowper. 
Nominated July 24 in place of No. 708. Ensigns delivered 
to him by Garter July 31. Letters patent of dispensation 
of installation Aug 5. 



1866, Feb. 3. HENRY RICHARD CHARLES (WELLESLEY), 1st earl 
Cowley. Nominated Jan. 23 in place of No. 716. Invested 
privately af Osborne Feb. 3. Letters patent of installation 
Feb. 3. Died 1884, July 15. (747) 

1866, Feb. 23. LEOPOLD II., king of the Belgians. Nominated by 
special statute Jan. 6. Invested by special commission 
at Brussels Feb. 12. Letters patent of dispensation of in- 
stallation Feb. 23. (748) 

1866, July 9. PRINCE FREDERICK CHRISTIAN CHARLES AUGUSTUS of 

Schleswig-Holstein. Nominated by special statute July 3. 
Presented with the insignia by the queen in private at 
Windsor July 5 after his marriage with the princess Helena. 
Letters patent of dispensation of installation July 9. (749) 

1867, Feb. 6. CHARLES HENRY (GORDON-LENNOX), 6th duke of Rich- 

mond and 1st duke of Gordon. Nominated Jan. 30 in place 
of No. 740. Knighted and invested Jan. 30 at Osborne. 
Letters patent of dispensation of installation Feb. 6. Died 
1903, Sept. 27. (750) 

1867, Feb. 6. CHARLES CECIL JOHN (MANNERS), 6th duke of Rutland. 
Nominated Jan. 30 in place of No. 700. Knighted and 
invested Jan. 30 at Osborne. Letters patent of dispensation 
of installation Feb. 6. Died 1888, Mar. 4. (751) 

1867, Mar. 19. HENRY CHARLES FITZROY (SOMERSET), 8th duke of 
Beaufort. Nominated Mar. 18 in place of No. 664. Knighted 
and invested at Buckingham Palace Mar. 19. Letters 
patent of dispensation of installation Mar. 19. Died 1899, 
Apr. 30. (752) 



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1867, May 24. PRINCE ARTHUR WILLIAM PATRICK ALBERT, duke of 
Saxony, prince of Coburg and Gotha, afterwards duke of 
Connaught. Nominated May 24 (the queen's birthday). 
Ensigns presented to him in private by the queen [same 
day]. Letters patent of dispensation of installation May 24. 

(753) 

1867, Aug. 14. FRANCIS JOSEPH, emperor of Austria. Nominated 
by special statute June 13. Invested at Vienna by special 
commission July 25. Letters patent of dispensation of 
installation Aug. 14. (754) 

1867, Aug. 14. ALEXANDER II., emperor of Russia. Nominated by 
special statute June 13. Invested at Tsarkoselo near St. 
Petersburg by special commission July 28. Letters patent 
of dispensation of installation Aug. 14. Died 1881, Mar. 13. 

(755) 

1867, Aug. 14. ABDUL Aziz, sultan of Turkey. Nominated July 

17 by special statute. Letters patent of dispensation of 
installation Aug. 14. Died 1876, June 4. (756) 

1868, May 23. JOHN WINSTON (SPENCER-CHURCHILL), 7th duke of 

Marlborough. Nominated May 14 in place of No. 692 and 
knighted at Windsor Castle the same day and immediately 
afterwards invested. Letters patent of dispensation of in- 
stallation May 23. Died 1883, July 5. (757) 

1869, May 29. PRINCE LEOPOLD GEORGE DUNCAN ALBERT, after- 

wards duke of Albany. Nominated May 24 (the queen's 
birthday) and privately invested at Balmoral the same day. 
Letters patent of dispensation of installation May 29. Died 
1884, May 28, at Cannes. (758) 

1869, Dec. 11. STRATFORD (CANNING), viscount Stratford de Red- 
cliffe. Nominated Dec. 10 in place of No. 726. Invested 
at Windsor Dec. 11. Letters patent of dispensation of 
installation same day. Died 1880, Aug. 14. (759) 

1869, Dec. 11. GEORGE FREDERICK SAMUEL (ROBINSON), earl de Grey 

and Ripon, afterwards marquess of Ripon. Nominated 
Dec. 4 in place of No. 705. Knighted and invested at 
Windsor Dec. 11. Letters patent of dispensation of in- 
stallation Dec. 11. (760) 

1870, Dec. 6. HUGH LUPUS (GROSVENOR), 3rd marquess of West- 

minster, afterwards 1st duke of Westminster. Nominated 
Dec. 4 in place of No. 705. Knighted and invested at 
Windsor Castle Dec. 6. Letters patent of dispensation of 
installation Dec. 6. Died 1899, Dec. 22. (761) 



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1871, July 11. PEDRO II., emperor of Brazil. Nominated by 

statute July 5. Ensigns delivered to him personally by the 
queen at Claridge's Hotel July 5. Letters patent of dis- 
pensation of installation July 11. Died 1891, Dec. 5, at 
Paris. (762) 

1872, Dec. 26. THOMAS (DUNDAS), 2nd earl of Zetland. Nominated 

Dec. 12 in place of No. 701. Ensigns delivered to him by 
Garter at Aske Hall near Richmond, Yorks, Dec. 23. Letters 
patent of dispensation of installation Dec. 26. Died 1873, 
May 6. (763) 

1873, June 26. NASIB ED DIN, shah of Persia. Nominated by special 

statute June 20. Invested same day at Windsor Castle by 
the queen in the presence of prince Arthur, prince Leopold, 
and prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein. Letters patent 
of dispensation of installation June 26. Died 1896, May 1. 

(764) 

1873, June 30. THOMAS WILLIAM (COKE), 2nd earl of Leicester. 
Nominated 'June 28 in place of No. 763. Knighted and 
invested at Windsor Castle June 30. Letters patent of 
dispensation of installation June 30. 



1876, July 12. GEORGE I., king of the Hellenes. Nominated by 

special statute July 12. Invested at Frogmore House same 
day by the queen in the presence of the prince of Wales and 
prince Leopold. Letters patent of dispensation of installa- 
tion same day. (766) 

1877, Jan. 27. PRINCE FREDERICK WILLIAM VICTOR ALBERT of 

Prussia 1 , son of the crown prince of Germany, afterwards 
emperor William II. of Germany. Nominated Jan. 27. 
Lord Odo Russell, the British Ambassador at Berlin, 
delivered the insignia the same day to the crown prince of 
Germany, who thereupon invested the prince. Letters 
patent of dispensation of installation Jan. 27. (767) 

1878, Mar. 16. HUMBERT, king of Italy. Nominated by special 

statute Feb. 5. Invested at Rome by special commission 
Mar. 2. Letters patent of dispensation of installation Mar. 
16. Died 1900, July 29, at Monza. (768) 

1878, July 20. PRINCE ERNEST AUGUSTUS WILLIAM ADOLPHUS 
GEORGE FREDERICK of Hanover, duke of Cumberland and 
Teyiotdale. Nominated June 22. Invested June 23 at 
Windsor in the presence of the prince of Wales and prince 
Leopold. Letters patent of dispensation of installation 
July 20. (769) 

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66 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

1878, July 22. BENJAMIN (D'IsRAELi), earl of Beaconsfield. Nominated 
July 22 in place of No. 739. Knighted and invested same 
day at Osborne. Letters patent of dispensation of installa- 
tion July 22. Died 1881, Apr. 19. (770) 

1878, July 30. ROBERT ARTHUR TALBOT (GASCOYNE-CECIL), 3rd 
marquess of Salisbury. Nominated July 30 in place of 
No. 731. Knighted and invested same day at Osborne. 
Letters patent of dispensation of installation same day. 
Died 1903, Aug. 22. (771) 

1880, Dec. 1. FRANCIS CHARLES HASTINGS (RUSSELL), 9th duke of 

Bedford. Nominated Sept. 22 in place of No. 759. Knighted 
and invested Dec. 1 at Windsor in the presence of the duke 
of Connaught. Letters patent of dispensation of installa- 
tion same day. Died 1891, Jan. 14. (772) 

1881, Apr. 2. ALEXANDER III., emperor and autocrat of all the 

Russias. Nominated by special statute Mar. 21. Invested 
by the prince of Wales as a special commissioner in the 
Annutchkin Palace at St. Petersburg Mar. 28 in the presence 
of the crown prince of Germany, the duke of Edinburgh, 
and the grand duke of Hesse. Letters patent of dispensa- 
tion of installation Apr. 2. Died 1894, Nov. 1, at the 
Summer Palace at Livadia. (773) 

.1881, May 17. OSCAR II., king of Sweden and Norway. Nominated 
by special statute May 17. Invested same day at Windsor 
Castle by the queen, assisted by prince Leopold. Letters 
patent of dispensation of installation same day. (774) 

1881, Oct. 24. ALFONSO XII., king of Spain. Nominated by special 

statute Sept. 8. Invested Oct. 11 in the Royal Palace at 
Madrid by special commission. Letters patent of dispensa- 
tion of installation Oct. 24. Died 1885, Nov. 25. (775) 

1882, Feb. 20. ALBERT, king of Saxony. Nominated 1881, Dec. 12, 

by special statute. Invested in the Royal Palace at 
Dresden by special commission 1882, Feb. 7. Letters patent 
of dispensation of installation Feb. 20. Died 1902, June 19. 

(776) 

1882, Apr. 24. WILLIAM III., king of the Netherlands. Nominated 
by special statute Apr. 24. Invested same day at Windsor 
Castle in the presence of the queen of the Netherlands and 
all the royal family. Letters patent of dispensation of 
installation same day. Died 1890, Nov. 23, at the Castle 
of Loo. (777) 



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1883, Feb. 3. AUGUSTUS CHARLES LENNOX (Frrz-RoY), 7th duke of 
Grafton. Nominated Jan. 9 in place of No. 770. Knighted 
and invested at Osborne Feb. 3. Letters patent of dis- 
pensation of installation same day. (778) 

1883, Sept. 11. H.E.H. PRINCE ALBERT VICTOR CHRISTIAN EDWARD 

of Wales. Nominated Sept. 3. Invested same day at 
Balmoral. Letters patent of dispensation of installation 
same day. Afterwards duke of Clarence and of Avondale. 
Died 1892, Jan. 14, at Sandringham. (779) 

1884, July 15. GEORGE DOUGLAS (CAMPBELL), 8th duke of Argyll. 

Nominated 1883, Oct. 22, in place of No. 725. Invested at 
Windsor 1884, July 15. Letters patent of dispensation of 
installation same day. Died 1900, Apr. 24. (780) 

1884, July 15. EDWARD HENRY (STANLEY), 24th earl of Derby. 
Nominated June 21 in place of No. 757. Knighted and 
invested at Windsor July 15. Letters patent of dispensa- 
tion of installation same day. Died 1893, Apr. 21. 



1884, Aug. 4. PRINCE GEORGE FREDERICK ERNEST ALBERT of Wales, 

afterwards duke of York and prince of Wales. Nominated 
Aug. 4. Invested same day at Osborne in the presence of 
the prince of Wales. Letters patent of dispensation of 
installation same day. (782) 

1885, July 9. JOHN (WODEHOUSE), 1st earl of Kimberley. Nominated 

July 9 in place of No. 674. Knighted and invested same 
day at Windsor. Letters patent of dispensation of in- 
stallation same day. Died 1902, Apr. 8. (783) 

1885, July 9. WILLIAM (COMPTON), 4th marquess of Northampton. 
Nominated July 9 in place of No. 747. Knighted and 
invested same day at Windsor. Letters patent of dis- 
pensation of installation same day. Died 1897, Sept. 11. 

(784) 

1885, July 9. WILLIAM PHILIP (MOLYNEUX), 4th earl of Sefton. 
Nominated July 9 in place of No. 721. Knighted and 
invested same day at Windsor. Letters patent of dispensa- 
tion of installation same day. Died 1897, June 27. (785) 

1885, July 23. PRINCE HENRY MAURICE of Battenberg. Nominated 

by special statute July 23. Married same day at Whipping- 

"n to princess Beatrice, and before that ceremony 

privately invested by the queen at Osborne. Letters patent 

of dispensation of installation same day. Died 1896, Jan. 

20, on board H.M.S. " Blonde." (786) 



68 ORDER OF THE GARTER 

1886, Feb. 22. ALGERNON GEORGE (PERCY), 8th duke of Northumber- 
land. Nominated 1885, Nov. 24, in place of No. 732. 
Knighted and invested at Windsor 1886, Feb. 22. Letters 
patent of dispensation of installation same day. Died 1889, 
Jan. 2. (787) 

1886, Feb. 22. WILLIAM (NEVILL), 1st marquess of Abergavenny. 
Nominated 1885, Dec. 10, in place of No. 697. Knighted 
and invested at Windsor 1886, Feb. 22. Letters patent of 
dispensation of installation same day. (788) 

1886, Feb. 22. HENRY (Fixz ALAN-HOWARD), 22nd duke of Norfolk. 

Nominated 1885, Dec. 19, in place of No. 730. Knighted 
and invested at Windsor 1886, Feb. 22. Letters patent of 
dispensation of installation same day. (789) 

1887, June 20. BUDOLPH FRANCIS CHARLES JOSEPH, crown prince of 

Austria. Nominated by special statute June 20 on the 
occasion of the queen's Jubilee. Invested same day in the 
garden at Buckingham Palace. Letters patent of dispensa- 
tion of installation same day. Died 1889, Jan. 29, at his 
villa of Meyerling near Baden. (790) 

1888, May 7. CHARLES STEWART (VANE-TEMPEST- STEW ART), 6th 

marquess of Londonderry. Nominated May 7 in place of 
No. 751. Invested privately at Windsor Castle same day. 
Letters patent of dispensation of installation same day. 

(791) 

1889, Aug. 8. PRINCE ALBERT WILLIAM HENRY of Prussia. Nominated 

by special statute Aug. 8. Invested at Osborne same day. 
Letters patent of dispensation of installation same day. 

(792) 

1890, Apr. 23. CHARLES, king of Wiirtemberg. Nominated by 

special statute Mar. 20. Invested by special commission in 
the Palace at Stuttgart Apr. 15. Letters patent of 
dispensation of installation Apr. 23. Died at Stuttgart 
1891, Oct. 6. (793) 

1891, Aug. 3. VICTOR EMANUEL, prince of Naples. Nominated by 

special statute Aug. 3. Invested same day at Osborne. 
Letters patent of dispensation of installation same day. 
Afterwards Yictor Emanuel III. of Italy. (794) 

1891, Aug. 5. JOHN JAMES ROBERT (MANNERS), 7th duke of Rutland. 
Nominated May 16 in place of No. 772. Invested at 
Osborne Aug. 5. Letters patent of dispensation of installa- 
tion same day. (795) 



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1891, Aug. 5. GEORGE HENRY (CADOGAN), 6th earl Cadogan. 

Nominated Aug. 1 in place of No. 718. Knighted and 
invested at Osborne Aug. 5. Letters patent of dispensation 
of installation same day. (796) 

1892, May 16. H.R.H. ERNEST Louis CHARLES ALBERT WILLIAM, 

grand duke of Hesse and the Rhine. Nominated Apr. 27. 
Personally invested by the queen at Darmstadt same day. 
Letters patent of dispensation of installation May 16. (797) 

1892, June 30. CHARLES, king of Roumania. Nominated by special 
statute June 30. Invested same day at Windsor Castle. 
Letters patent of dispensation of installation same day. 

(798) 

1892, Aug. 10. SPENCER COMPTON (CAVENDISH), 8th duke of Devon- 
shire. Nominated July 30 in place of No. 742. Knighted 
and invested at Osborne Aug. 10. Letters patent of dis- 
pensation ef installation same day. (799) 

1892, Aug. 10. JAMES (HAMILTON), 2nd duke of Abercorn. Nominated 
July 30 in place of No. 722. Knighted and invested at 
Osborne Aug. 10. Letters patent of dispensation of in- 
stallation same day. (800) 

1892, Nov. 23. ARCHIBALD PHILIP (PRIMROSE), 5th earl of Rose- 
bery. Nominated Oct. 22 in place of No. 738. Knighted 
and invested at Windsor Nov. 21. Letters patent of dis- 
pensation of installation Nov. 23. 



1893, July 1. Grand duke CESAREVITCH NICHOLAS ALEXANDRO- 

VITCH of Russia, afterwards emperor Nicholas II. of Russia. 
Nominated 1893, July 1, by special statute. Invested at 
Windsor Castle by the queen same day. Letters patent of 
dispensation of installation same day. (802) 

1894, Mar. 7. GAVIN (CAMPBELL), 1st marquess of Breadalbane. 

Nominated 1893, Dec. 4, in place of No. 781. Knighted 
and invested at Buckingham Palace 1894, Mar. 7. Letters 
patent of dispensation of installation same day. (803) 

1894, Apr. 23. ALFRED ALEXANDER WILLIAM ERNEST ALBERT, 
hereditary prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (prince Alfred 
of Edinburgh). Nominated by special statute Apr. 23. 
Personally invested by the queen at Coburg same day. 
Letters patent of dispensation of installation same day. 
Died 1899, Feb. 6, at Meran. (804) 



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1895, Mar. 6. HENRY CHARLES KEITH (PETTY- FITZMAURICE), 5th 
marquess of Lansdowne. Nominated 1894, Nov. 10, in 
place of No. 737. Knighted and invested 1895, Mar. 6, at 
Buckingham Palace. Letters patent of dispensation of 
installation same day. (805) 

1895, Nov. 9. CHARLES I. (CARLO FERDINAND Louis MARIE YICTOR 

MICHAEL RAPHAEL GABRIEL GONZAGUE XAVIER FRANCOIS 
D'ASSISE JOSEPH SIMON), king of Portugal and the Algarvas. 
Nominated by special statute Nov. 9. Personally invested 
by the queen at Balmoral same day. Letters patent of 
dispensation of installation same day. (806) 

1896, July 21. H.R.H. prince FREDERICK (CHRISTIAN FREDERICK 

WILLIAM CHARLES), crown prince of Denmark. Nominated 
by special statute July 21. Invested same day at Marl- 
borough House. Letters patent of dispensation of installa- 
tion same day. (807) 

1897, Aug. 19. FREDERICK ARTHUR (STANLEY), 25th earl of Derby. 

Nominated Aug. 6 in place of No. 785. Invested at Osborne 
Aug. 19. Letters patent of dispensation of installation 
same day. (808) 

1897, Dec. 7. WILLIAM HENRY WALTER (MONTAGU-DOUGLAS-COTT), 
6th duke of Buccleuch. Nominated Dec. 2 in place of 
No. 784. Invested at Windsor Castle Dec. 7. Letters patent 
of dispensation of installation same day. (809) 

1899, Mar. 2. VICTOR ALEXANDER (BRUCE), 9th earl of Elgin, earl 
of Kincardine. Nominated Feb. 16 in place of No. 787. 
Knighted and invested at Windsor Castle Mar. 2. Letters 
patent of dispensation of installation same day. 



1899, July 11. HENRY GEORGE (PERCY), 9th duke of Northumber- 
land. Nominated May 22 in place of No. 752. Knighted 
and invested July 11 at Windsor Castle. Letters patent of 
dispensation of installation same day. 



1900, Mar. 15. WILLIAM JOHN ARTHUR CHARLES JAMES (CAVENDISH- 

BENTINCK), 6th duke of Portland. Nominated Mar. 15 in 
place of No. 761. Knighted and invested same day at 
Windsor Castle. Letters patent of dispensation of in- 
stallation same day. (812) 

1901, Jan. 24. Field-Marshal FREDERICK SLEIGH (ROBERTS), lord, 

afterwards earl Roberts. Nominated Jan. 2 in place of 
No. 780. Invested same day at Osborne by the queen. 
Letters patent of dispensation of installation Jan. 24 (813) 



K.G. 7i 

EDWARD VII., the twenty-sixth Sovereign of the Garter. 
Succeeded 1901, Jan. 22. 

1901, Jan. 27. H.I. & R.H. FREDERICK WILLIAM VICTOR AUGUSTUS 
ERNEST, crown prince of Germany. Nominated by special 
Statute Jan. 28. Personally invested by the king at Osborne 
same day in the presence of the German emperor, duke 
of Connaught, duke of Cambridge, prince Christian of 
Schleswig-Holstein, duke of Norfolk and earl Roberts. 
Letters patent of dispensation of installation same day. 

(814) 



1901, Feb. 12. The Secretary of State for the Home Department 
signified to the Chancellor of the Garter the king's pleasure 
as Sovereign of the Order that a special statute under the 
seal of the Order shall be issued for conferring upon 
H.M. the queen Alexandra the title and dignity of a Lady 
of that most noble Order and fully authorising her Majesty 
to wear the insignia thereof. 



1902, May 16. ALFONSO XIII., king of Spain. Nominated by 
special statute, Apr. 21. Invested by special commission 
at Madrid, May 16. Letters patent of dispensation of 
installation same day. 



1902, May 30. HERBRAND ARTHUR (RUSSELL), 14th duke of Bedford. 
Nominated Mar. 26 in place of No. 733. Invested at 
Buckingham Palace, May 30. Letters patent of dispensation 
of installation same day. (816) 

1902, May 30. CHARLES RICHARD JOHN (SPENCER-CHURCHILL), 
9th duke of Marlborough. Nominated May 28 in place of 
No. 783. Invested at Buckingham Palace, May 30. Letters 
patent of dispensation of installation same day. (817) 

1902, July 15. H.I.H. the hereditary grand duke MICHAEL 
ALEXANDROVITCH of Russia. Nominated by special statute 
in June. Invested at Buckingham Palace by the King 
? June 29. Letters patent of dispensation of installation 
July 15. (818) 

1902, July 15. H.I. &R.H. the ARCHDUKE FRANCIS FERDINAND 
CHARLES Louis JOSEPH MARIE of Austria-Este. Nominated 
by special statute in June. Insignia delivered to him at 
the Castle of Konopischt in July by Sir Fr. Plunkett, 
H.M. ambassador at Vienna. Letters patent of dispensation 
of installation July 15. (819) 



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1902, July 15. H.E.H. EMMANUEL PHILIBERT VICTOR EUGENE 
GENES JOSEPH MARIE, duke d'Aosta. Nominated by special 
statute in June. Invested at Buckingham Palace by the 
King ? June 29. Letters patent of dispensation of 
installation July 15. (820) 

1902, July 15. H.E.H. Louis PHILIPPE MARIE CHARLES AMELIO 
FERDINAND VICTOR MANUEL ANTOINE LAURENT MIGUEL 
EAPHAEL GABRIEL GONZAGUE XAVIER FRANCIS D'ASSISE 
BENOIT, crown prince of Portugal, duke of Braganza. 
Nominated by special statute in June. Invested by the 
duke of York at York House, June 27. Letters patent of 
dispensation of installation July 15. (821) 

1902, July 15. H.E.H. LEOPOLD CHARLES EDWARD GEORGE ALBERT, 
duke of Albany, reigning duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. 
Nominated in June. Invested at Buckingham Palace 
by the King ? July 7. Letters patent of dispensation of 
installation July 15. (822) 

1902, July 15. H.E.H. prince ARTHUR FREDERICK PATRICK ALBERT, 
eldest son of the duke of Connaught. Nominated in June. 
Invested at Buckingham Palace by the King ? July 7. 
Letters patent of dispensation of installation July 15. (823) 

1902, Aug. 8. ARTHUR CHARLES (WELLESLEY), 4th duke of 
Wellington. An additional knight. Nominated June 26. 
Invested Aug. 8 at Buckingham Palace. Letters patent of 
dispensation of installation Aug. 8. (824) 

1902, Aug. 8. CROMARTIE (SUTHERLAND-LEVESON-GOWER), 4th duke 

of Sutherland. An additional knight. Nominated June 26. 
Invested Aug. 8 at Buckingham Palace. Letters patent of 
dispensation of installation Aug. 8. (825) 

1903, Feb. 16. MUZAFFER-ED-DIN, shah of Persia. Nominated by 

special statute 1902, Dec. 12. Invested at Teheran by 
viscount Downe, the King's special envoy, 1903, Feb. 3. 
Letters patent of dispensation of installation 1903, Feb. 16. 

(826) 

1904, Feb. 23. WILLIAM II. (WILHELM CHARLES PAUL HENRY 

FREDERICK), king of Wiirtemberg. Nominated by special 
statute Feb. 23. Invested at Stuttgart by the prince of 
Wales, Apr. 25. Letters patent of dispensation of installa- 
tion ? same day. (827) 



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Knights of the Most Ancient and 
Most Noble Order of the Thistle. 



JAMES II., first Sovereign. 

1687, June 6. JAMES (DRUMMOND), 4th earl of Perth. Knighted 
and invested by the duke of Hamilton in the Council 
Chamber at Edinburgh shortly after June 6. Died 1716, 
May 11. (1) 

1687, June 6. GEORGE (GORDON), 1st duke of Gordon. Invested at 
Edinburgh shortly after June 6. Died 1716, Dec. 7. (2) 

1687, June 6. JOHN (MURRAY), 1st marquess of Atholl. Knighted 
and invested by the earl of Perth in the Council Chamber 
at Edinburgh shortly after June 6. Died 1703, May 6. 

( 3 ) 

1687, June 6. JAMES (HAMILTON), commonly called earl of Arraii 
(afterwards 4th duke of Hamilton). Invested at Edinburgh 
shortly after June 6. Was allowed to retain the Order of 
the Thistle on his election as a K.G. Died 1712, Nov. 15. 

(4) 

1687, June 6. KENNETH (MACKENZIE), 4th earl of Seaforth. In- 
vested at Windsor Castle June 6. Died 1701, Jan. (5) 

1687, June 6. JOHN (DRUMMOND), 1st earl of Melfort. Invested at 
Windsor Castle June 6. Died 1714-5, Jan. 25. (6) 

1687, June 6. GEORGE (DOUGLAS), 1st earl of Dumbarton. Invested 
at Windsor Castle June 6. Died 1692. (7) 

1687, June 6. ALEXANDER (STUART), 18th earl of Moray. Invested 
At Windsor Castle, June 6. Died 1701, Nov. 1. (8) 

* It may be of interest to print here the Jacobite nominations to the order of the Thistle, as made by 
the Stuarts when in exile premising only that (as in the case of the Jacobite nominations to the order of the 
Garter supra p. 38) they bear no authority. The titles of noblesse as stated in the following list are mostly 
Jacobite titles and equally devoid of authority. I am indebted to the courtesy of the Most Honourable the 
Marquis de Ruvigny for permission to reprint this list from his " Jacobite Peerage" p. 194. 

1705, Mar. JAMES (DRUMMOND), marquess of Drummond. 

1705, Mar. CHARLES (HAY), 13th earl of Errol, 

1705 or 1708, Feb. ? WILLIAM (KEITH), 9th earl Marischal. 

1708, May 10. JOHN BAPTISTS (GUALTERIO), 1st earl of Dundee. 

1716, Apr. 8. JAMES (BUTLER), 2nd duke of Ormonde. 

1716, Apr. 8. JAMES (MAULED 4th earl of Panmure. 

1722, May 26. ARTHUR (DILLON), 1st earl (?) Dillon. 

1723, July 30. JAMES (DOUGLAS-HAMILTON), 5th duke of Hamilton. (See infra.) 
1725, Dec. 29, GEORGE (KEITH) 10th earl Marischal. 

1725, Dec, 31. JAMES (HAY), 1st earl of Inverness. 

1725, Dec, 31. WILLIAM (MAXWELL), 5th earl of Nithsdale. 

1725, Dec. 31, JAMES (MURRAY), 1st earl of Dunbar. 

1739, May 15. JAMES (DRUMMOND), 3rd duke of Perth, 

1740, July 27. JAMES (DOUGLAS-HAMILTON), 5th duke of Hamilton. (Fresh warrant.) 
1742, ? CHARLES, prince of Wales, duke of Cornwall and Rothesay, 

1768, JOHN (CARYLL), 3rd baron Caryll of Dunford. 

1784, Nov. 30. CHARLOTTE (STUART), duchess of Albany. 



76 ORDER OF THE THISTLE 

QUEEN ANNE, second Sovereign. 
Eevived the Order 1703, December 31. 

1703-4, Feb. 4. JOHN (CAMPBELL), 2nd duke of Argyll. Nominated 
and invested same day. Resigned the order on being 
elected E.G., 1709-10, Mar. 22. (9) 

1703-4, Feb. 7. JOHN (MURRAY), 1st duke of Atholl. Nominated 
and invested same day. Died 1724, Nov. 14. (10) 

1703-4, Feb. 7. WILLIAM (JOHNSTON), 1st marquess of Annandale. 
Nominated and invested same day. Died 1720-1, Jan. 14. 

(11) 
1703-4, Feb. 7. JAMES (SCOTT), commonly called earl of Dalkeith. 

Nominated and invested same day. Died 1704-5, Mar. 14. 

(12) 

1703-4, Feb. 7. GEORGE (HAMILTON), 6th earl of Orkney. Nominated 
and invested same day. Died 1736-7, Jan. 29. (13) 

1703-4, Feb. 7. JAMES (OGILVT), 1st earl of Seafield, afterwards 
earl of Findlater. Nominated and invested same day. 
Died 1730, Aug. 19. (14) 

1705, Oct. 30. WILLIAM (KERR), 2nd marquess of Lothian. Knighted 
and invested by the duke of Queensberry in the Council 
Chamber at Edinburgh Nov. 8. Diedl721-2, Feb. 28. (15) 

1705, Oct. 30. CHARLES (BOYLE), 4th earl of Orrery. Nominated 

and invested by queen Anne at St. James's Palace same day. 
Died 1731, Aug. 28. (16) 

1706, Aug. 10. JOHN (ERSKINE), 23rd earl of Mar. Nominated and 

invested by queen Anne at Windsor Castle same day. 
Honours forfeited in 1715 by attainder. (17) 

1706, Aug. 10. HUGH (CAMPBELL), 3rd earl of Loudoun. Nominated 
and invested ut supra. Died 1731, Nov. 20. (18) 

1710, Mar. 25. JOHN (DALRYMPLE), 2nd earl of Stair. Invested by 
the duke of Marlborough at the Camp before Douay May 26. 
Died 1747, May 9. (19) 

1712-3, Jan. 17. DAVID (COLYEAR), 1st earl of Portmore. Nominated 
and invested by queen Anne at St. James's Palace same day. 
Died 1729-30, Jan. 2. (20) 



K.T. 77 



GEORGE I., third Sovereign. 

1716, June 22. JOHN (GORDON), 16th earl of Sutherland. Nominated 
and invested by George I. at St. James's Palace same day. 
Died 1733, June 27. (21) 

1716, June 22. WILLIAM (CADOGAN), 1st baron Cadogan. Nominated 

and invested at St. James's same day. Died 1726, July 17. 

(22) 

1717, Mar. 1. THOMAS (HAMILTON), 6th earl of Haddington. 

Nominated and invested at St. James's same day. Died 
1735, Oct. 26. (23) 

1720-1, Feb. 28. CHARLES (BENNET), 2nd earl of Tankerville. 
Nominated in place of No. 11 and invested at St. James's 
same day. Died 1722, May 21. (24) 

1724-5, Feb. 2. FRANCIS (SCOTT), earl of Dalkeith, afterwards 2nd 
duke of Bucjcleuch. Nominated and invested at St. James's 
same day. Died 1751, Apr. 22. (25) 

1724-5, Feb. 2. WILLIAM (CAPELL), 23rd earl of Essex. Nominated 
and invested at St. James's same day. Resigned 1737-8, 
Feb. 20, on being elected KG. (26) 

1724-5, Feb. 2. ALEXANDER (HTJME- CAMPBELL), 2nd earl of March- 
mont. Invested at Cambray by lord Whitworth Mar. 10. 
Died 1739-40, Feb. 27. (27) 

1726, Sept. 23. JAMES (HAMILTON), 5th duke of Hamilton and 2nd 
duke of Brandon. Invested by the earl of Findlater at 
Holyrood Oct. 31. Died 1742-3, Mar. 2. In place of No. 22. 

(28) 



GEORGE II., fourth Sovereign. 

1730, May 16. CHARLES (BENNET), 3rd earl of Tankerville. 

Nominated and invested at St. James's same day. Died 1753, 
Mar. 14. (29) 

1731, Dec. 10. CHARLES (STUART), 19th earl of Moray. Invested by 

the earl of Haddington at Holyrood House 1731-2, Feb. 1. 
Died 1735, Oct. 7. In place of No. 14. (30) 

1732, June 2. CHARLES (CoL YEAR), 2nd earl of Portmore. Nominated 

and invested at St. James's same day. Died 1785, July 5. 
In place of No. 16. (31) 



78 ORDER OF THE THISTLE 

1734, Feb. 11. JAMES (MURRAY), 2nd duke of Atholl. Nominated 
and invested at St. James's same day. Died 1764, Jan. 8. 
In place of No. 18. (32) 

1734, Feb. 11. WILLIAM (KERR), 3rd marquess of Lothian. 
Nominated and invested at St. James's same day. Died 1767, 
July 28. In place of No. 21. (33) 

1738, July 10. JAMES (DOUGLAS), 15th earl of Morton. Nominated 
and invested at Kensington, same day. Died 1768, Oct. 12. 

(34) 

1738, July 10. JOHN (STUART), 3rd earl of Bute. Invested by the 
marquess of Lothian at Holyrood House Aug. 15. Resigned 
in 1762 on being elected KG. (35) 

1738, July 10. CHARLES (HOPE), 1st earl of Hopetoun. Invested 

ut supra. Died 1741-2, Feb. 26. (36) 

1739, June 7. AUGUSTUS (BERKELEY), 4th earl of Berkeley. 

Nominated and invested at Kensington same day. Died 1755, 
Jan. 9. (37) 

1741, Feb. 23. JAMES (STUART), 21st earl of Moray. Nominated 

and invested at St. James's same day. Died 1767, July 5. 

(38) 

1742, June 22. JOHN (CARMICHAEL), 3rd earl of Hyndford. Invested 

at Charlottenburg by the king of Prussia Aug. 2 (new style). 
Died 1767, July 19. In place of No. 36. (39). 

1743, Mar. 29. LIONEL (TOLLEMASH), 4th earl of Dysart. Nominated 

and invested at St. James's same day. Died 1770, Mar. 10. 

(40) 

1747-8, Feb. 16. COSMO GEORGE (GORDON), 3rd duke of Gordon. 
Nominated and invested at St. James's same day. Died 1752, 
Aug. 5. (41) 

1752, Mar. 11. WILLIAM (DALRYMPLE-CRICHTON), 5th earl of 

Dumfries. Nominated and invested at St. James's same 
day. Died 1768, July 27. (42) 

1753, Mar. 29. FRANCIS (GREVILLE), 1st earl Brooke, afterwards 

earl of Warwick. Nominated and invested at St. James's 
same day. Died 1773, July 6. (43) 

1753, Mar. 29. JOHN (LESLIE), 10th earl of Eothes. Nominated 
and invested at St. James's same day. Died 1767, Dec. 10. 

(44) 

1755, Mar. 18. JAMES (HAMILTON), 6th duke of Hamilton and 
3rd duke of Brandon. Invested by the duke of Hamilton 
at Holyrood House Apr. 3. Died 1758, Jan. 17. (45) 



K.T. 79 

GEORGE III., the fifth Sovereign. 

1763, Apr. 13. CHARLES SCHAW (OATH CART), 9th lord Cathcart. 
Nominated and invested at St. James's same day. Died 1776, 
Aug. 14. (46) 

1763, Apr. 13. WILLIAM (DOUGLAS), 3rd earl of March and earl 
of Ruglen, afterwards duke of Queensberry. Nominated 
and invested at St. James's same day. Died 1810, Dec. 23. 

(47) 

1765, Aug. 7. JOHN (CAMPBELL), 4th duke of Argyll. Nominated 
and invested at St. James's same day. Died 1770, Nov. 9. 

(48) 

1767, Dec. 23. HENRY (Scoix), 3rd duke of Buccleuch. Nominated 
and invested at St. James's same day. Resigned 1794, May, 
on being elected K.G. (49) 

1767, Dec. 23. JOHN (MURRAY), 3rd duke of Athole. Nominated 
and invested at St. James's same day. Died 1774, Nov. 5. 

(50) 

1767, Dec. 23. FREDERICK (HOWARD), 8th earl of Carlisle. Invested 

by the king of Sardinia at Turin 1768, Feb. 27. Resigned 
on his election as K.G. 1793, June 12. (51) 

1768, Oct. 26. WILLIAM HENRY (KERR), 4th marquess of Lothian. 

Nominated and invested at St. James's same day. Died 
1775, Apr. 12. (52) 

1768, Nov. 2. DAVID (MURRAY), 7th viscount Stormont, afterwards 
earl of Mansfield. Knighted and invested by the Emperor 
at Vienna Nov. 30. Died 1796, Sept. 1. (53) 

1768, Nov. 28. JOHN (KERR), 3rd duke of Roxburghe. Nominated 
and invested at St. James's same day. Retained the Order 
of the Thistle on his election as K.G. 1801, June 3. Died 
1804, Mar. 19. (54) 

1770, Apr. 5. WILLIAM HENRY, of Brunswick-Luneburg, third son 

of the sovereign. Nominated and invested same day. After- 
wards duke of Clarence and St. Andrew and king William 
IV. Elected K.G. in 1782, but retained the Order of the 
Thistle. Died 1837, June 20. (55) 

1771, Mar. 4. NEIL (PRIMROSE), 3rd earl of Rosebery. Nominated 

and invested same day. Died 1814, Mar. 25. (56) 

1773, Aug. 18. ROBERT (HENLEY), 2nd earl of Northington. 
Nominated, knighted and invested at St. James's same day. 
Died 1786, July 5. (57) 



8o ORDER OF THE THISTLE 

1775, Jan. 11. ALEXANDER (GORDON), 4th duke of Gordon. 
Nominated and invested at St. James's same day. Died 
1827, June 17. (58) 

1775, Nov. 1. JOHN (STEWART), 7th earl of Galloway. Nominated, 

knighted and invested at St. James's same day. Died 1806, 
Nov. 13. (59) 

1776, Oct. 11. WILLIAM JOHN (KERR), 5th marquess of Lothian. 

Nominated, knighted and invested at St. James's same day. 
Died 1815, Jan. 4. (60) 

1786, Mar. 3. DOUGLAS (HAMILTON), 8th duke of Hamilton and 
5th duke of Brandon. Nominated and invested at St. James's 
same day. Died 1799, Aug. 2. (61) 

1786, Nov. 29. THOMAS BRUCE (BRUDENELL-BRUCE), 4th earl of 
Ailesbury. Nominated and invested at St. James's same 
day. Died 1814, Apr. 19. (62) 

1793, June 14. JAMES (GRAHAM), 4th duke of Montrose. Nominated, 

knighted and invested at St. James's same day. Resigned 
on being elected K.G., 1812, Mar. 26. (63) 

1794, May 30. JOHN (POULETT), 4th earl Poulett. Nominated, 

knighted and invested at St. James's same day. Died 1819, 
Jan. 14. (64) 

1797, July 26. GEORGE (DOUGLAS), 17th earl of Morton. Nominated, 
knighted and invested at St. James's same day. Died 1827, 
July 17. (65) 

1800, Apr. 23 (?4). JOHN (MURRAY), 4th duke of Atholl. Nominated, 
and invested at St. James's same day. Died 1830, Sept. 29. 

(66) 

1805, Nov. 23. WILLIAM SCHAW (CATHCART), 10th baron, afterwards 
1st earl Cathcart. Nominated and invested same day at 
Windsor. Died 1843, June 16. (67) 

1808, Mar. 16. GEORGE (GORDON, afterwards Hamilton-Gordon), 4th 
earl of Aberdeen. Nominated, knighted and invested same 
day in the Queen's Palace in the presence of His Majesty. 
Was allowed to retain the Order of the Thistle on being 
elected KG. in 1855, Feb. 7. Died 1860, Dec. 14. (68) 

1812, May 22. CHARLES WILLIAM HENRY (MONTAGU-SCOTT), 4th 
duke of Buccleuch and duke of Queensbury. Nominated, 
knighted and invested same day by the Prince Regent at 
Carlton House. Died 1819, Apr. 20. (69) 



K.T. 8i 

1812, May 22. HUGH (MONTGOMERIE), 12th earl of Eglintoun. 
Nominated, knighted and invested ut supra. Died 1819, 
Dec. 14. (TO) 

1814, May 23. GEORGE (STEWART), 8th earl of Galloway. Knighted 
and invested May 30 in the Prince Regent's closet at 
Carlton House * Died 1834, Mar. 27. (71) 

1814, May 23. HENRY (NEVILL), 2nd earl of Abergavenny. 

Nominated, knighted and invested same day by the Prince 
Regent in his closet at Carlton House. Died 1843, Mar. 27. 

. (72) 

1815, Feb. 23. THOMAS (EBSKINE), 1st baron Erskine. Nominated 

and invested by the Prince Regent at Carlton House same 
day. Died 1823, Nov. 17. (73) 

1819, May 20. CHARLES (BRUDENELL-BRTJCE), 5th earl afterwards 
1st marquess of Ailesbury. Nominated and invested same 
day by the Prince Regent at Carlton House. Died 1856, 
Jan. 4. (74) 



GEORGE IV., the sixth Sovereign. 

1820, Apr. 26. WILLIAM (KERB), 6th marquess of Lothian. 
Nominated and invested at Carlton House same day. 
Died 1824, Apr. 27. (75) 

1820, May 22. GEORGE (HAY), 8th marquess of Tweeddale. 

Nominated and invested at Carlton House same day. Died 
1876, Oct. 10. (76) 

1821, July 17. ARCHIBALD (KENNEDY), 12th earl of Cassillis and 1st 

baron afterwards 1st marquess of Ailsa. An extra knight 
on the Coronation of George IV. Nominated and invested 
at Carlton House same day. Died 1846, Sept. 8. (77) 

1821, July 17. JAMES (MAITLAND), 8th earl of Lauderdale. An 
extra knight nominated and invested ut supra. Died 1839, 
Sept. 15. (78) 

1821, July 17. ROBERT (SAUNDERS-DUNDAS), 2nd viscount Melville. 
An extra knight, and nominated and invested ut supra. 
Died 1851, June 10. (79) 

1821, July 17. CHARLES (DOUGLAS), 6th marquess of Queensberry. 
An extra knight nominated ut supra. Invested 1822, 
Apr. 19. Died 1837, Dec. 3. (80) 

* The Register dates this investiture May 30. But it is possibly a clerical error for May 23. The Earl 
took the oath on May 23. 



82 ORDER OF THE THISTLE 

1827, May 10. GEORGE (GORDON), 5th earl of Aboyne, afterwards 
9th marquess of Huntley (extra knight). Nominated, 
knighted and invested in the King's closet at St. James's 
Palace same day. Died 1853, June 17. (81) 

1827, May 10. HENRY RICHARD (GREVILLE), 3rd earl Brooke of 
Warwick Castle. Nominated, knighted and invested ut 
supra (extra knight). Died 1853, Aug. 10. (82) 

1827, Sept. 3. JAMES (DUFF), 4th earl of Fife (extra knight). 
Knighted and invested at St. James's Sept. 4. Died 1857, 
Mar. 9. (83) 

1827, Sept. 3. FRANCIS (STUART), 23rd earl of Moray (extra knight). 
Knighted and invested at St. James's 1830, Aug. 4. Died 
1848, Jan. 12.* (84) 



KING WILLIAM IV., the seventh Sovereign. 

1830, July 19. AUGUSTUS FREDERICK of Brunswick-Luneburg, duke 
of Sussex, 6th son of George III. Nominated, knighted 
and invested at St. James's same dav. Died 1843, Apr. 21. 

(85) 

1830, Nov. 5. WALTER FRANCIS (MONTAGU-DOUGLAS-SCOTT), 5th 
duke of Buccleuch and duke of Queensberry (extra knight). 
Nominated, knighted and invested same day in the King's 
closet at St. James's. Warrant of dispensation of installa- 
tion same day. Resigned on being elected K.G., 1835, 
Feb. 23. (86) 

1834, Apr. 16. WILLIAM GEORGE (HAY), 18th earl of Erroll. Elected 

in a Chapter at St. James's Apr. 16; invested same day; 
warrant of dispensation of installation same day. Died 
1846, Apr. 19. (87) 

1835, Mar. 4. DAVID WILLIAM (MURRAY), 3rd earl of Mansfield and 

8th viscount Stormont. Elected and invested same day at 
St. James's Palace. Died 1840, Feb. 18. (88) 

* The warrant dispensing with a Chapter for the election of the Earl of Moray was dated 1827. Sept. 4 ; 
and the warrant dispensing with his installation was dated Sept, 3 (*rc). For some reason the whole pro- 
ceeding was incomplete. After the accession of William IV. fresh documents were issued, viz., warrant 
dispensing with a Chapter 1830, Aug. 4, warrant of nomination Aug. 4, and warrant dispensing with 
installation Aug. 4. Accordingly in the Kegister the Earl of Moray is placed after the Duke of Sussex. 



K.T. 83 



QUEEN VICTORIA, the eighth Sovereign. 

1838, Mar. 21. JOHN (CAMPBELL), 2nd marquess of Breadalbane. 
Warrant of appointment Mar. 21. Invested same day, 
warrant of dispensation of installation same day. Died 
1862, Nov. 8. (89) 

1840, Mar. 18. JAMES HENRY EGBERT (!NNES-KER), 6th duke of 
Koxburghe. Warrant of appointment Mar. 18; knighted 
and invested same day, warrant of dispensation of installa- 
tion same day. Died 1879, Apr. 23. (90) 

1840, Mar. 18. ARCHIBALD JOHN (PRIMROSE), 4th earl of Rosebery. 
Appointed, knighted, invested and dispensed ut supra. 
Died 1866, Mar. 14. ' (91) 

1842, Jan. 17. PRINCE ALBERT, consort of Her Majesty. Declared 

a knight by special statute Jan. 17; warrant dispensing 
with investiture and warrant dispensing with installation 
both dated Jan. 17. Died 1861, Dec. 14. (92) 

1843, June 13. JOHN (CRICHTON-STUART), 2nd marquess of Bute. 

Elected in a Chapter at Buckingham Palace June 13; 
knighted and invested ibid same day; warrant of dispensa- 
tion of installation same day. Died 1848, Mar. 18. (93) 

1843, June 13. WILLIAM DAVID (MURRAY), 4th earl of Mansfield. 
Elected, knighted, invested and dispensed for installation 
ut supra. Died 1898, Aug. 2. (94) 

1845, Mar. 12. JAMES (GRAHAM), 5th duke of Montrose. Elected 
in a Chapter held at St. James's Palace Mar. 12; knighted 
and invested same day there; warrant of dispensation of 
installation same day. Died 1874, Dec. 30. (95) 

1847, July 12. JOHN HAMILTON (DALRYMPLE), 8th earl of Stair. 
Warrant of appointment July 12; knighted by Letters 
patent dated Whitehall, 1847, June 16; warrant of 
dispensation of investiture and warrant of dispensation of 
installation both dated July 12. Died 1853, Jan. 10. 
Probably in place of No. 87. * (96) 

1847, July 12. JAMES (BRUCE), 8th earl of Elgin, earl of Kincardine. 
Warrant of appointment July 12; knighted by Letters 
patent dated Whitehall, 1847, June 16; dispensed for 
investiture and installation ut supra. Died 1863, Nov. 20. 
Probably in place of No. 77. (97) 



84 ORDER OF THE THISTLE 

1848, May 12. JAMES ANDREW (RAMSAY), 10th earl, afterwards 
marquess, of Dalhousie. Elected in a Chapter at Buckingham 
Palace May 12; knighted by Letters patent dated Whitehall, 
May 12 ; investiture dispensed with (he being then in India 
as governor general) by warrant of May 12; warrant of 
dispensation of installation May 12. Died 1860, Dec. 19. 

(98) 

1848, May 12. EGBERT DUNDAS (DUNCAN), 1st earl of Camperdown. 
Elected in a Chapter at Buckingham Palace May 12; dis- 
pensed for installation May 12. Died 1859, Dec. 22. (99) 

1852, Mar. 25. ALEXANDER GEORGE (ERASER), 16th lord Saltoun. 

Elected in a Chapter at Buckingham Palace Mar. 25; 
invested same day there; warrant of dispensation of 
installation same day. Died 1853, July 18. (100) 

1853, June 18. ARCHIBALD WILLIAM (MONTGOMERIE), 13th earl of 

Eglintoun, and afterwards earl of Winton. Elected in a 
Chapter at Buckingham Palace June 18; knighted and 
invested there same day; warrant of dispensation of 
installation same day. Died 1861, Oct. 4. (101) 

1853, Oct. 28. THOMAS (HAMILTON), 9th earl of Haddington. 
Elected in a Chapter at Windsor Castle Oct. 28; knighted 
and invested there same day; warrant of dispensation of 
installation same day. Died 1858, Dec. 1. (102) 

1853, Oct. 28. GEORGE AUGUSTUS FREDERICK JOHN (MURRAY), 
6th duke of Atholl. Elected, knighted, invested and 
dispensed for installation ut supra. Died 1864, Jan. 16. 

(103) 

1853, Oct. 28. Fox (MAULE), 2nd lord Panmure of Brechin, after- 
wards llth earl of Dalhousie. Elected, knighted, invested 
and dispensed for installation ut supra. Died 1874, July 6. 

(104) 

1856, May 2. GEORGE DOUGLAS (CAMPBELL), 8th duke of Argyll. 

Elected in a Chapter at Buckingham Palace May 2; 
knighted and invested there same day ; warrant of dispensa- 
tion of installation same day. Retained the Thistle OIL 
being made K.G. in 1883. Died 1900, Apr. 24. (105) 

1857, July 6. GEORGE WILLIAM Fox (KINNAIRD), 9th lord KinnamL 

Elected in a Chapter at Buckingham Palace July 6; 
knighted and invested there same day ; warrant of dispensa- 
tion of installation same day. Died 1878, Jan. 7. (106) 

1859, Mar. 7. ARCHIBALD (KENNEDY), 2nd marquess of Ailsa.. 
Elected in a Chapter at Buckingham Palace Mar. 7; 
knighted and invested there same day ; warrant of dispensa- 
tion of installation same day. Died 1870, Mar. 20. (107> 



K.T. 85 

I 

1860, Mar. 2. JAMES (DUFF), 5th earl of Fife. Elected in a 
Chapter at Buckingham Palace Mar. 2; knighted and 
invested there same day; warrant of dispensation of 
installation same day. Died 1879, Aug. 7. 



1861, July 1. THOMAS (DUNDAS), 2nd earl of Zetland. Elected in 
a Chapter at Buckingham Palace on Monday, July 1; 
knighted and invested there same day ; warrant of dispensa- 
tion of installation same day. Elected in place probably 
of No. 98. Resigned the Thistle on being made K.G. 1872, 
Dec. 26. (109) 

1861, July 1. ROBERT MONTGOMERIE (HAMILTON), 8th lord Belhaven 

and Stenton. Elected, knighted, invested and dispensed 
for installation ut supra. Died 1868, Dec. 22. Probably in 
place of No. 68. (110) 

1862, Mar. 12. DAVID GRAHAM DRTJMMOND (OGILVY), 7th earl of 

Airlie. Warrant of appointment Mar. 12; warrant 
dispensing with investiture and warrant dispensing with 
installation both dated Mar. 12. Died 1881, Sept, 25. In 
place of No. 101. (Ill) 

1864, May 10. FRANCIS (NAPIER), 10th lord Napier and 1st lord 
Ettrick. Warrant of appointment May 10; warrant 
dispensing with investiture May 10; warrant dispensing 
with installation May 10. Died 1898, Dec. 19. In place of 
No. 89. (112) 

1864, Oct. 15. Prince ALFRED ERNEST ALBERT, afterwards duke of 

Edinburgh and duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. An extra 
knight; nominated by special statute and by warrant of 
appointment both dated Oct. 15 ; invested at Balmoral same 
day; warrant of dispensation of installation same day. 
Died 1900, July 20. (113) 

1865, July 28. THOMAS ALEXANDER (FRASER), 12th lord Lovat. 

Warrant of appointment July 28; warrant of dispensation 
of investiture and warrant of dispensation of installation 
both dated July 28. Died 1875, June 28. In place of 
No. 97. (114) 

1865, Aug. 28. JOHN (HAMILTON-DALRYMPLE), 10th earl of Stair. 
Warrant of appointment Aug. 28; warrant of dispensation 
of installation same day. Dated 1903, Dec. 3. In place of 
No. 103. (115) 



86 ORDER OF THE THISTLE 

1867, May 24. H.R.H. ALBERT EDWARD, prince of Wales, after- 
wards Edward VII. An extra knight ; nominated by special 
statute and by warrant of appointment both dated May 24; 
warrant of dispensation of installation same day. 



1868, May 14. JOHN JAMES HUGH HENRY (STEWART-MURRAY), 
Tth duke of Atholl. Warrant of appointment May 14; 
invested at Windsor Castle same day; warrant of dispensa- 
tion of installation same day. In place of No. 91. 



1869, Mar. 1. JAMES (CARNEGIE), 6th earl of Southesk. Warrant 
of appointment Mar. 1 ; knighted and invested same day at 
Windsor Castle ; warrant of dispensation of installation 
same day. In place of No. 110. 



1869, May 24. H.E.H. prince ARTHUR WILLIAM PATRICK ALBERT, 
afterwards duke of Connaught. An extra knight. Nominated 
by special statute and by warrant of appointment both 
dated May 24; invested a,t Balmoral same day; warrant of 
dispensation of installation same day 



1870, May 13. WILLIAM HUGH (ELLIOT-MURRAY-KYNYNMOUND), 

3rd earl of Minto. Warrant of appointment May 13; 
invested at Windsor Castle same day; warrant of dispensa- 
tion of installation same day. Died 1891, Mar. 17. In 
place of No. 107. (120) 

1871, Mar. 21. JOHN DOUGLAS SUTHERLAND (CAMPBELL), marquess 

of Lome, afterwards 9th duke of Argyll. An extra knight. 
Nominated by special statute and by warrant of appoint- 
ment both dated Mar. 21 ; knighted and invested same day 
by the Queen in the presence of prince Arthur and princess 
Louise in the Queen's private room at Windsor Castle, on 
the return from the marriage ceremony in the Chapel; 
warrant of dispensation of installation same day. 



1871, May 24. H.E/.H. prince LEOPOLD GEORGE DUNCAN ALBERT, 
afterwards duke of Albany. An extra Knight. Special 
statute and warrant of appointment both dated May 24; 
invested in the Queen's private room at Balmoral same day 
in the presence of princess Beatrice; warrant of dispensa- 
tion of installation same day. Died 1884, Mar. 28. (122) 

1874, Dec. 12. CHARLES JOHN (COLVILLE), 8th lord Colville of 
Culross, afterwards viscount Colville. Warrant of appoint- 
ment 1874, July 30; invested at Windsor Castle Dec. 12; 
warrant of dispensation of installation Dec. 19. Died 1903, 
July 1. In place of No. 104. (123) 



K.T. 87 

1875, May 13. JOHN PATRICK (CRICHTON-STUART), 3rd marquess of 
Bute. Warrant of appointment Apr. 29; invested at 
Windsor Castle May 13 ; warrant of dispensation of 
installation May 18. Died 1900, Oct. 9. In place of No. 95. 

(124) 

1875, Aug. 5. WILLIAM HENRY WALTER (MONTAGU-DOUGLAS-SCOTT), 

earl of Dalkeith, afterwards 6th duke of Buccleuch and 
8th duke of Queensberry. Warrant of appointment Aug. 5 ; 
invested at Osborne same day; warrant of dispensation of 
installation same day. In place of No. 114. (125) 

1876, Dec. 9. Sir WILLIAM STIRLING-MAXWELL, barf. Warrant of 

appointment Dec. 9; invested at Windsor Castle same day; 
warrant of dispensation of installation same day. Died 
1878, Jan. 15. In place of No. 76. (126) 

1878, Feb. 22. WILLIAM ALEXANDER Louis STEPHEN (DOUGLAS- 
HAMILTON), 12th duke of Hamilton and 9th duke of 
Brandon. Warrant of appointment Feb. 20; invested at 
Windsor* Castle Feb. 22; warrant of dispensation of 
installation Feb. 22. Died 1895, May 16. In place of 
No. 106. (127) 

1878, Feb. 22. SCHOMBERG HENRY (KERR), 9th marquess of Lothian. 

Warrant of appointment Feb. 20; invested at Windsor 
Castle Feb. 22; warrant of dispensation of installation 
Feb. 22. Died 1900, Jan. 17. In place of No. 126. (128) 

1879, Nov. 29. JOHN CHARLES (OGILVIE-GRANT), llth earl of 

Seafield. Warrant of appointment June 30; invested at 
Windsor Castle Nov. 29; warrant of dispensation of 
installation Nov. 29. Died 1881, Feb. 18. In place of 
No. 90. (129) 

1879, Nov. 29. DOUGLAS BERESFORD MALISE RONALD (GRAHAM), 
6th duke of Montrose. Warrant of appointment Nov. 22; 
invested at Windsor Castle Nov. 29 ; warrant of dispensation 
of installation Nov. 29. In place of No. 108. (130) 

1881, Mar. 24. ALEXANDER WILLIAM GEORGE (DUFF), 6th earl, 
afterwards duke of Fife. Warrant of appointment Mar. 16 ; 
invested at Windsor Castle Mar. 24 ; warrant of dispensation 
of installation Mar. 26. In place of No. 129. (131) 

1881, Dec. 7. JOHN WILLIAM (RAMSAY), 13th earl of Dalhousie. 
Warrant of appointment Nov. 21; invested at Windsor 
Castle Dec. 7 ; warrant of dispensation of installation Dec. 7. 
Died 1887, Nov. 28. In place of No. 111. (132) 



88 ORDER OF THE THISTLE 

1881, Sept. 17. GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK CHARLES, duke of 
Cambridge. An extra knight ; nominated by special statute 
and by warrant of appointment both dated Sept. 17 ; 
invested privately at Balmoral same day; warrant of 
dispensation of installation same day. Died 1904, Mar. 17. 

(133) 

1888, Feb. 21. ALAN PLANTAGENET (STEWART), 10th earl of 
Galloway. Warrant of appointment 1887, Dec. 28 ; invested 
at Windsor Castle 1888, Feb. 21; warrant of dispensation 
of installation Mar. 8. Died 1901, Feb. 7. In place of 
No. 132. (134) 

1891, Dec. 10. JAMES LUDOVIC (LINDSAY), 26th earl of Crawford. 
Warrant of appointment Dec. 7 ; invested at Windsor Castle 
Dec. 10; warrant of dispensation of installation Dec. 10. 
In place of No. 120. (135) 

1893, July 5. GEORGE FREDERICK ERNEST ALBERT, duke of York, 
afterwards prince of Wales. An extra knight; nominated 
by special statute and by warrant of appointment both dated 
July 5, and with precedence after the duke of Connaught 
and before the duke of Cambridge ; warrant of dispensation 
of installation July 5. (136) 

1895, June 28. ARCHIBALD PHILIP (PRIMROSE), 5th earl of Eosebery. 
Warrant of appointment June 28; invested at Windsor 
Castle same day; warrant of dispensation of installation 
same day. In place of No. 127. (137) 

1898, Dec. 8. WILLIAM MONTAGU (HAY), 10th marquess of 

Tweeddale. Warrant of appointment Oct. 26; invested at 
Windsor Castle Dec. 8; warrant of dispensation of installa- 
tion Dec. 8. In place of No. 94. (138) 

1899, July 3. CHARLES ALEXANDER (DOUGLAS-HOME), 12th earl of 

Home. Warrant of appointment 1899, Feb. 25; invested 
at Windsor Castle July 3; warrant of dispensation of 
installation Aug. 17. In place of No. 112. (139) 

1900, July 14. LAWRENCE (DUNDAS), 1st marquess of Zetland. 

Warrant of appointment Mar. 29; invested in the Green 
Drawing Eoom at Windsor Castle July 14; warrant of 
dispensation of installation July 14. In place of No. 128. 

(140) 

1900, Sept. 20. JOHN ADRIAN Louis (HOPE), 7th earl of Hopetoun, 
afterwards marquess of Linlithgow. Warrant of appoint- 
ment July 12; invested at Balmoral Sept. 20; warrant of 
dispensation of installation Sept. 20. In place of No. 105. 

(141) 



K. T. 89 



KING EDWARD VII., the ninth Sovereign. 

1901, Mar. 18. ALEXANDER HUGH (BRUCE), 6th lord Balfour of 
Burghley. Appointed by queen Victoria by warrant dated 
1901, Jan. 10; knighted and invested by Edward VII. at 
Marlborough House 1901, Mar. 18; warrant of dispensation 
of installation Mar. 26. In place of No. 124. (142) 

1901, June 10. CHARLES GORE (HAY), 20th earl of Erroll. Warrant 

of appointment June 1; knighted and invested in the 
Throne Room at St. James's Palace June 10; warrant of 
dispensation of installation June 21. In place of No. 134. 

(143) 

1902, Aug. 8. HENRY JOHN (!NNES-KER), 8th duke of Roxburghe. 

An extra knight appointed on the occasion of the Coronation 
of Edward VII. Warrant of appointment Aug. 8 ; invested 
at Buckingham Palace same day; warrant of dispensation 
of installation same day. Succeeded as an ordinary knight 
on the death of No. 123. (144) 

1902, Aug. 8. GEORGE (BAILLIE-HAMILTON-ARDEN), llth earl of 
Haddington. An extra knight ut supra. Nominated, 
invested, and dispensed for installation ut supra. Succeeded 
as an ordinary knight on the death of No. 115. 



Ube flfeost Illustrious rber of 



THE SOYEEEIGNS. 

See the list of sovereigns given seriatim supra under the Order 
of the Garter. 



GEAND MASTEES OF THE OEDEE. 

(The Lords Lieutenant of Ireland for the time being). 

The dates being those of their investiture with the insignia of the 

Order. 



GEORGE (NUGENT-TEMPLE-GRENVILLE), 3rd earl Temple. Invested 
1T83, Mar. 11. 

EGBERT (HENLEY), 2nd earl of Northington, 1783, June 3. 
CHARLES (MANNERS), 4th duke of Eutland, 1T84, Feb. 24. 

GEORGE (NUGENT-TEMPLE-GRENVILLE), marquess of Buckingham 
formerly earl Temple, 1787, Dec. 16, for the second time. 

JOHN (FANE), 16th earl of Westmorland, 1790, Jan. 5. 
WILLIAM (FiTZ WILLIAM), 2nd earl Fitzwilliam, 1795, Jan. 4. 
JOHN JEFFREYS (PRATT), 2nd earl Camden, 1795, Mar. 31. 
CHARLES (CORNWALLIS), 1st marquess Cornwallis, 1798, June 20. 
PHILIP (YORKE), 3rd earl of Hardwicke, 1801, May 25. 
JOHN (EUSSELL), 9th duke of Bedford, 1806, Mar. 28. 
CHARLES (LENNOX), 9th duke of Eichmond, 1807, Apr. 19. 
CHARLES (WHITWORTH), 1st earl Whitworth, 1813, Aug. 26. 

CHARLES CHETWYND (CHETWYND-TALBOT), 3rd earl Talbot, 1817, 
Oct. 9. 

EICHARD (WELLESLEY), marquess Wellesley, 1821, Dec. 29. 
HENRY WILLIAM (PAGET), 1st marquess of Anglesey, 1828, Mar. 1. 
HUGH (PERCY), 5th duke of Northumberland, 1829, Mar. 6. 



94 ORDER OF ST. PATRICK 

HENRY WILLIAM (PAGET), 1st marquess of Anglesey, 1830, Dec. 23, 
for a second time. 

KICHARD (WELLESLEY), marquis Wellesley, 1833, Sept. 26, for a 
second time. 

THOMAS (HAMILTON), 9th earl of Haddington, 1835, Jan. 6. 

CONSTANTINE HENRY (Piupps), 2nd viscount, afterwards 3rd marquess 
of Normanby, 1835, May 11. 

HUGH (FORTESCUE), viscount Ebrington, afterwards 2nd earl 
Fortescue, 1839, Apr. 3. 

THOMAS PHILIP (DE GREY), 2nd earl de Grey, 1841, Sept. 15. 

WILLIAM (A'CouRT), 1st lord Heytesbury, 1844, July 26. 

JOHN WILLIAM (PONSONBY), 4th earl of Bessborough, 1846, July 11. 

GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK (VILLIERS), 8th earl of Clarendon, 1847, 
May 26. 

ARCHIBALD WILLIAM (MONTGOMERIE), 13th earl of Eglintoun, 1852, 
Mar. 10. 

EDWARD GRANVILLE (ELIOT), 3rd earl of St. Germans, 1853, Jan. 6. 

GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK (HOWARD), 10th earl of Carlisle, 1855, 
Mar. 13. 

ARCHIBALD WILLIAM (MONTGOMERIE), 13th earl of Eglinton, 1858, 
Mar. 12, for a second time. 

GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK (HOWARD), 10th earl of Carlisle, 1859, 
June 18, for a second time. 

JOHN (WODEHOUSE), 3rd lord Wodehouse, afterwards 1st earl of 
Kimberley, 1864, Nov. 8. 

JAMES (HAMILTON), 2nd marquess, afterwards 1st duke of Abercorn, 
1866, July 20. 

JOHN POYNTZ (SPENCER), 5th earl Spencer, 1868, Dec. 23. 

JAMES (HAMILTON), 1st duke of Abercorn, 1874, Mar. 2, for the second 
time. 



K.P. 95 

JOHN WINSTON (SPENCER-CHURCHILL), 7th duke of Marlborough, 
18T6, Dec. 12. 

FRANCIS THOMAS DE GREY (COWPER), 7th earl Cowper, 1880, May 5. 
JOHN POYNTZ (SPENCER), 5th earl Spencer, 1882, May 6. 

HENRY HOWARD MOLYNEUX (HERBERT), 9th earl of Carnarvon, 1885, 
June 30. 

JOHN CAMPBELL (HAMILTON-GORDON), 7th earl of Aberdeen, 1886, 
Feb. 10. 

CHARLES STEWART (VANE-TEMPEST-STEWART), 6th marquess of 
Londonderry, 1886, Aug. 5. 

LAWRENCE (DUNDAS), 3rd earl afterwards 1st marquess of Zetland, 
1889, Oct. 5. 

ROBERT OFFLEY ASHBTJRTON (MILNES), 2nd baron Houghton, 1892, 
Aug. 22. 

GEORGE HENRY (CADOGAN), 6th earl Cadogan, 1895, July 8. 
WILLIAM HUMBLE (WARD), 2nd earl of Dudley, 1902, Aug. 16. 



ORDER OF ST. PATRICK 



Knights of the Most Illustrious Order 
of St. Patrick. 



The fifteen original knights or "Knights Founders" as below 
were nominated on the 5th Feb., 1783, invested on the llth 
March and installed on the 17th. The fifteenth knight, the earl of 
Ely, was, owing to ill health, absent from the investiture and in- 
stallation. He is therefore not considered one of the knights 
founders, though named in the letters patents. At the investiture 
on the llth Mar., 1783, knights Nos. 2 10 were knighted. No. 1, 
prince Edward, was represented by a proxy, lord Muskerry, who was 
knighted. 

The marginal date is that of the investiture, except where other- 
wise stated. 

1783, Mar. 11. H.E.H. prince EDWARD AUGUSTUS, afterwards duke 
of Kent and Strathearn. Died 1820, Jan. 23. (1) 

1783, Mar. 11. WILLIAM ROBERT (FITZGERALD), 2nd duke of 
Leinster. Died 1804, Oct. 4. (2) 

1783, Mar. 11. HENRY (DE BURGH), 12th earl of Clanrickarde. Died 
1795, Dec. 18 * (3) 

1783, Mar. 11. THOMAS (NUGENT), 6th earl of Westmeath. Died 
1790, Sept. 7. (4) 

1783, Mar. 11. MURROUGH (O'BRIEN), 5th earl of Inchiquin, after- 
wards marquess of Thomond. Died 1808, Feb. 10. (5) 

1783, Mar. 11. CHARLES (MOORE), 6th earl of Drogheda. Died 1821, 
Dec. 22. (6) 

1783, Mar. 11. GEORGE DE LA POER (BERESFORD), 2nd earl of 
Tyrone, afterwards marquess of Waterford. Died 1800, 
Dec. 3. (7) 

1783, Mar. 11. RICHARD (BOYLE), 2nd earl of Shannon. Died 1807, 
May 20. (8) 

1783, Mar. 11. JAMES (HAMILTON), 2nd earl of Clanbrassill. Died 
1798, Feb. 6. (9) 

* RANDALL, WILLIAM (MACDONNEL), 6th earl of Antrim, was nominated February after the earl of 
Clanrickarde, but relinquished his election as he did not wish to relinquish the order of the Bath. 



K.P. 97 

1783, Mar. 11. RICHARD (WELLESLEY), 2nd earl of Mornington. 
afterwards marquess Wellesley. Resigned 1810, Mar. 3, on 
being elected K.G. (10) 

1783, Mar. 11. ARTHUR SAUNDERS (GORE), 2nd earl of Arran. Died 
1809, Oct. 8. Nominated as a knight founder on the refusal 
of the earl of Antrim, who declined the honour. (11) 

1783, Mar. 11. JAMES (STOPFORD), 2nd earl of Courtown. Died 
1810, Mar. 30. ^ (12) 

1783, Mar. 11. JAMES (CAULFIELD), 1st earl of Charlemont. Died 
1799, Aug. 4. (13) 

1783, Mar. 11. THOMAS (TAYLOUR), 1st earl of Bective. Died 1795, 
Feb. 14. (14) 

1783, Mar. 11. HENRY (LOFTUS), earl of Ely. Died abroad 1783, 

May 8, uninvested. (15) 

1784, Feb. 5. JOHN JOSHUA (PROBY), 2nd baron Carysfoot. In 

place of No. 15. Elected and invested 1784, Feb. 5. 
Knighted Mar. 5. Installed by proxy 1800, Aug. 11. Died 
1828, Apr. 7. (16) 

1794, Dec. 12. CHARLES (LOFTUS formerly Tottenham), 1st earl of 

Ely. In place of No. 4. Elected, knighted and invested 
1794, Dec. 12. Installed 1800, Aug. 11. Died 1806, 
Mar. 22. (17) 

1795, Mar. 30. WILLIAM HENRY (FORTESCUE), earl of Clermont. In 

place of No. 14. Elected Mar. 30. Invested soon after by 
the Sovereign in England. Installed by proxy 1800, 
Aug. 11. Died 1806, Sept. 30. (18) 

1798, Mar. 19. WALTER (BUTLER), earl of Ormonde and Ossory. 
In place of No. 3. Knighted Mar. 9. Elected and invested 
1798, Mar. 19. Installed 1800, Aug. 11. Died 1820, 
Aug. 10. (19) 

1798, Mar. 19. CHARLES (DILLON), 12th viscount Dillon. In place 
of No. 9. Knighted Mar. 9. Elected and invested 1798, 
Mar. 19. Installed by proxy 1800, Aug. 11. Died 1813, 
Nov. 9. (20) 

1800, Aug. 5. JOHN DENNIS (BROWNE), 3rd earl of Altamont. In- 
place of No. 13. Elected and invested Aug. 5. Installed 
Aug. 11. Died 1809, Jan. 2. (21) 

7 



98 ORDER OF ST. PATRICK 

1801, Jan. 22. HENRY (CONYNGHAM), 2nd earl, afterwards 1st 
marquess, Conyngham. In place of No. 7. Elected, 
knighted and invested 1801, Jan. 22. Installed 1809, 
June 29. Died 1832, Dec. 28. (22) 

1806, Mar. 14. HENRY DE LA POER (BERESFORD), 2nd marquess of 
Waterford. In place of No. 2. Elected, knighted and 
invested 1806, Mar. 14. Installed 1809, June 29. Died 
1826, July 16. (23) 

1806, May 15. THOMAS (TAYLOUR), 1st marquess of Headfort. In 
place of No. 17. Elected May 15. Invested soon after by 
the sovereign in England. Installed by proxy 1809, 
June 29. Died 1829, Oct. 23. (24) 

1806, Nov. 13. EGBERT (JOCELYN), 2nd earl of E-oden. In place of 

No. 8. Elected, knighted and invested 1806, Nov. 13. 
Installed 1809, June 29. Died 1820, June 29. (25) 

1807, Nov. 3. JOHN (LOFTUS), 2nd marquess of Ely. In place of 

No. 8. Elected, knighted and invested 1807, Nov. 3. 
Installed 1809, June 29. Died 1845, Sept. 23. (26) 

1808, Apr. 5. HENRY (BOYLE), 3rd earl of Shannon. In place of 

No. 5. Elected, knighted and invested 1808, Apr. 5. 
Installed 1809, June 29. Died 1842, Apr. 22. (27) 

1809, Feb. 13. CHARLES HENRY ST. JOHN (O'NEILL), 1st earl O'Neill. 

In place of No. 21. Elected, knighted and invested Feb. 13. 
Installed June 29. Died 1841, Mar. 25. (28) 

1809, Nov. 11. WILLIAM (O'BRYEN), 2nd marquess of Thomond. In 

place of No. 11. Elected, knighted and invested 1809, 
Nov. 11. Installed 1819, May 27. Died 1846, Aug. 21. (29) 

1810, Mar. 24. HOWE PETER (BROWNE), 2nd marquess of Sligo. In 

place of No. 10, resigned. Invested at Malta by special dis- 
pensation 1811, June 11. Installed 1819, May 27. Died 
1845, Jan. 26. (30) 

1810, Apr. 27. JOHN WILLOUGHBY (COLE), 2nd earl of Enniskillen. 
In place of No. 12. Elected, knighted and invested 1810, 
Apr. 27. Installed 1819, May 27. Died 1840, Mar. 31. (31) 

1813, Dec. 17. THOMAS (PAKENHAM), 2nd earl of Longford. In place 
of No. 20. Elected, knighted and invested 1813, Dec. 17. 
Installed 1819, May 27. Died 1835, May 24. (32) 



! 



K.P. 99 

1821, Aug. 20. H.E.H. ERNEST AUGUSTUS, duke of Cumberland and 
Teviotdale, afterwards king of Hanover. In place of No. 1. 
Invested by proxy Aug. 20. Installed by proxy Aug. 28. 
Died 1851, Nov. 18. (33) 

1821, Aug. 20. GEORGE AUGUSTUS (CHICHESTER), 2nd marquess of 
Donegall. In place of No. 25. Knighted by George IV. 
and invested Aug. 20; installed Aug. 28. Died 1844, Oct. 5. 

(34) 

1821, Aug. 20. Du PRE (ALEXANDER), 2nd earl of Caledon. In 
place of No. 19. Installed Aug. 28. Died 1839, Apr. 8. (35) 

Six knights extraordinary (No. 36 41) were nominated at the 
Coronation of George IV., 1821, July 19, to be gradually 
absorbed among the knights in ordinary. 

1821, Aug. 20. CHARLES CHETWYND (CHETWYND-TALBOT), 3rd earl 
Talbot, viceroy of Ireland. Knighted by George IV. and 
invested Aug. 20. Installed Aug. 28. Became a knight in 
ordinary in place of No. 6. Resigned 1844, Oct. 11, on 
being made K.G. (36) 

1821, Aug. 20. JAMES (BUTLER), earl of Ormonde and Ossory. 
Knighted by George IV. and invested Aug. 20. Installed 
Aug. 28. Became a knight in ordinary in place of No. 23. 
Died 1838, May 18. (37) 

1821, Aug. 20. JOHN CHAMBRE (BRABAZON), 10th earl of Meath. 
Knighted by George IV. and invested Aug. 20. Installed 
Aug. 28. Became a knight in ordinarv in place of No. 16. 
Died 1851, Mar. 15. (38) 

1821, Aug. 20. ARTHUR JAMES (PLUNKETT), 8th earl of Fingall. 
Knighted by George IV. and invested Aug. 20. Installed 
Aug. 28. Became a knight in ordinary in place of No. 24. 
Died 1836, July 30. (39) 

1821, Aug. 20. JAMES GEORGE (STOPFORD), 3rd earl of Courtown. 
Knighted by George IV. and invested Aug. 20. Installed 
Aug. 28. Became a knight in ordinary in place of No. 22. 
Died 1835, June 15. (40) 

1821, Aug. 20. EGBERT (JOCELYN), 3rd earl of Eoden. Knighted 
by George IV. arid invested Aug. 20. Installed Aug. 28. 
Became a knight in ordinary by the statute of 1833, Jan. 24. 
Died 1870, Mar. 20. (41) 

Four knights extraordinary (Nos. 42 5) were nominated at the 
Coronation of William IV, 1831, Sept. 8, to be gradually 
absorbed among the knights in ordinary. 



ioo ORDER OF ST. PATRICK 

L831, Nov. 24. ARTHUR BLUNDELL SANDYS TRUMBULL (HILL), 2nd 
marquess of Downshire. Invested Nov. 24. Installed by 
dispensation 1833, Jan. 30. Became a knight in ordinary 
by the statute of 1833, Jan. 24. Died 1845, Apr. 12. (42) 

1831, Oct. 19. ULICK JOHN (DE BURGH), 1st marquess of Clanri- 
carde. Invested by the sovereign 1831, Oct. 19. Installed 
by dispensation 1833, Jan. 30. Became a knight in 
ordinary ut supra. Died 1874, Apr. 10. (43) 

1831, Oct. 19. FRANCIS WILLIAM (CAULFIELD), 2nd earl of Charle- 
mont. Invested and installed ut supra. Became a knight 
in ordinary ut supra. Died 1863, Dec. 26. (44) 

1831, Nov. 24. FRANCIS JAMES (MATHEW), 2nd earl of LlandafL 
Knighted and invested 1831, Nov. 24. Installed by dis- 
pensation 1833, Jan. 30. Became a knight in ordinary ut 
supra. Died 1833, Mar. 12. (45) 

1833, Mar. 27. FRANCIS NATHANIEL (CONYNGHAM), 2nd marquess 

Conyngham. By the increase of the order under the statute 
of 1833, Jan. 24. Nominated and invested Mar. 27. In- 
stalled by dispensation Apr. 3. Died 1876, July 17. (46) 

1834, Apr. 8. NATHANIEL (CLEMENTS), 2nd earl of Leitrim. By the 

increase ut supra. Elected and invested Apr. 8. Installed 
by dispensation May 31. Died 1854, Dec. 31. (47) 

1834, Apr. 8. JOHN (HELY-HUTCHINSON), 3rd earl of Donoughmore. 

In place of No. 45. Elected, invested and installed ut 
supra. Died 1851, Sept. 14. (48) 

1835, July 22. EDMUND (BOYLE), 8th earl of Cork and earl of Orrery. 

In place of No. 32. Nominated, knighted, invested and 
installed by dispensation on same day. Died 1856, June 30. 

(49) 

1835, July 22. THOMAS (ST. LAWRENCE), 3rd earl of Howth. In 
place of No. 40. Nominated, knighted, invested and 
installed by dispensation on same day. Died 1874, Feb. 4. 

(50) 

1837, Sept. 12. THOMAS ANTHONY (SOUTHWELL), 3rd viscount South- 
well. In place of No. 39. Knighted and invested Sept. 12. 
Installed by dispensation Sept. 20. Died 1860, Feb. 29. (51) 

1839, Apr. 15. THOMAS (TAYLOUR), 2nd marquess of Headfort. In 
place of No. 37. Elected, knighted and invested Apr. 15. 
installed by dispensation Apr. 18. Died 1870, Dec. 6. (52) 

1839, Apr. 29. WILLIAM (HARE), 3rd earl of Listowel. In place of 
No. 53. Elected, knighted and invested Apr. 29. Installed 
by dispensation May 7. Died 1856, Feb. 3. (53) 



K. P. ioi 

1841, Mar. 13. JOSEPH (LEESOX), 4th earl of Milltown. In place of 
No. 31. Knighted and invested Mar. 13. Installed by 
dispensation Mar. 21. Died 1866, Jan. 31. (54) 

1841, May 6. PHILIP YORKE (GORE), 4th earl of Arran. In place 

of No. 28. Knighted and invested May 6. Installed by 
dispensation July 19. Died 1884, June 25. (55) 

1842, Jan. 20. H.R.H. prince ALBERT (FRANCIS ALBERT AUGUSTUS 

CHARLES EMANUEL), duke of Saxony, prince of Saxe-Coburg 
and Gotha, K.G. Declared by sign manual an extra knight 
with precedence above all other knights and dispensation 
from investiture and installation. Died 1861, Dec. 14. (56) 

1842, June 5. WILLIAM (HOWARD), earl of Wicklow. In place of 
No. 27. Knighted and invested Nov. 9. Dispensed from 
installation Nov. 5. Died 1869, Mar. 22. (57) 

1845, Jan. 4. WILLIAM (PARSONS), 3rd earl of Eosse. In place of 
No. 34. Knighted Jan. 4. Dispensed from installation 
Jan. 9. Died 1867, Oct. 31. (58) 

1845, Jan. 4. HENRY DE LA POER (Beresford), 3rd marquess of 
Waterford. In place of No. 36. Knighted, invested and 
dispensed ut supra. Died 1859, Mar. 29. (59) 

1845, Sept. 17. JOHN (Frrz GIBBON), 2nd earl of Clare. In place of 
No. 30. Knighted Sept. 17. Invested and dispensed from 
installation Sept. 20. Died 1851, Aug. 18. (60) 

1845, Sept. 17. JOHN (BUTLER), 2nd marquess of Ormonde. In place 
of No. 42. Knighted, invested and dispensed ut supra. 
Died 1854, Sept. 25. (61) 

1845, Nov. 12. HENRY (MAXWELL), 7th baron Farnham. In place 

of No. 26. Knighted Nov. 12. Invested and dispensed 
from installation Nov. 14. Died 1868, Aug. 20. (62) 

1846, Oct. 9. ARTHUR JAMES (PLUNKETT), 9th earl of Fingall. In 

place of No. 29. Knighted Oct. 12. Invested and dispensed 
from installation Oct. 21. Died 1869, Apr. 21. (63) 

1851, July 3. JOHN SKEFFINGTON (FOSTER- SKEFFINGTON), viscount 
Massareene and viscount Ferrard. In place of No. 38. 
Knighted, invested and dispensed from installation July 3. 
Died 1863, Apr. 28. (64) 

1851, Nov. 17. H.E.H. GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK CHARLES, duke 
of Cambridge, etc., K.G., etc. In place of No. 60. Invested 
and dispensed from installation Nov. 17. Died 1904, Mar. 17. 

(65) 



102 ORDER OF ST. PATRICK 

1851, Nov. 18. ROBERT SHAPLAND (CAREW), 1st baron Carew. 
Knighted Nov. 18. In place of No. 48. Died 1856, June 2. 

(66) 

1855, Feb. 22. RICHARD (DAWSON), 3rd baron Creniorne, afterwards 
earl of Dartrey. In place of No. 61. Dispensed from 
installation Apr. 21. Died 1897, May 11. (67) 

1855, Feb. 22. ARCHIBALD (ACHESOX), 3rd earl of Gosford. In 

place of No. 47. Dispensed ut supra. Died 1864, June 22. 

(68) 

1856, Aug. 28. FREDERICK WILLIAM ROBERT (STEWART), 4th 

marquess of Londonderry. In place of No. 53. Dispensed 
from installation Dec. 23. Died 1872, Nov. 25. (69) 

1857, Jan. 30. GEORGE ARTHUR HASTINGS (FORBES), 7th earl of 

Granard. In place of No. 66. Dispensed from installation 
Mar. 10. Died 1889, Aug. 25. (70) 

1857, Jan. 30. HUGH (GOUGH), 1st viscount Gough of Goojerat and 
of Limerick. In place of No. 49. Dispensed ut supra. 
Died 1869, Mar. 2. (71) 

1857, Feb. 3. *GEORGE HAMILTON (CHICHESTER), 3rd marquess of 
Donegall. Dispensed from installation Mar. 10. In place 
of No. 33. Died 1883, Oct. 20. (72) 

1859, May 24. ARTHUR WILLS BLUNDELL SANDYS TRUMBULL 

WINDSOR (HILL), 4th marquess of Downshire. In place of 
No. 59. Dispensed from installation July 2. Died 1868, 
Aug. 6. (73) 

1860, June 13. RICHARD EDMUND ST. LAWRENCE (BOYLE), 9th earl 

of Cork and earl of Orrery. Dispensed irom installation 
June 20. In place of No. 51. Died 1904, June 22. (74) 

1864, Jan. 28. FREDERICK TEMPLE (HAMILTON-BLACKWOOD), baron 
Dufferin and Claneboye, afterwards marquess of Dufferin 
and Ava, Dispensed from installation Feb. 11. In place 
of No. 64. Died 1902, Feb. 12. (75) 

1864, Mar. 31. CHARLES (BROWNLOW), 2nd baron Lurgan. Invested 

at Dublin Castle Mar. 31. Dispensed from investiture 
Apr. 12. In place of No. 44. Died 1882, Jan. 16. (76) 

[1864, Sept. 14. GEORGE PONSONBY (O'CALLAGHAN), 2nd viscount 
Lismore, was nominated in place of No. 68, but relinquished 
the honour.] 

1865, Dec. 28. JAMES MOLYNEUX (CAULFIELD), 3rd earl of Charle- 

mont. Dispensed from installation 1866, Feb. 26. In place 
of No. 68. Died 1892, Jan. 12. (77) 

* The marquess of Donegall was nominated to fill the vacancy caused by the death of No. 33, the king 
of Hanover, but was not invested. He was permitted to wear the insignia by warrant of the grand master, 
1857, Jan. 28, and these were delivered to him by Ulster King of Arms, Feb. 3. 






K.P. 103 

1866, Mar. 13. EDWIN Ei CHARD WINDHAM (WYNDHAM-QUIN), 3rd 
earl of Dunraven and Mountearl. Dispensed from installa- 
tion Mar. 31. In place of No. 54. Died 1871, Oct. 6. (78) 

1868, Feb. 7. HENRY FRANCIS SEYMOUR (MOORE), 3rd marquess of 
Drogheda. Dispensed from installation Feb. 20. In place 
of No. 58. Died 1892, June 29. (79) 

1868, Mar. 18. H.E.H. ALBERT EDWARD, prince of Wales, KG., etc. 
Declared by sign manual an extra knight with precedence 
above all other knights. Installed at St. Patrick's cathedral 
1868, Apr. 18. Succeeded as Edward VII., 1901, Jan. 22. 

(80) 

1868, Nov. 17. JOHN HENRY DE LA POER (BERESFORD), 5th marquess 
of Waterford. Dispensed from installation 1869, Jan. 16. 
In place of No. 73. Died 1895, Oct. 23. (81) 

1868, Nov. 17. JOHN (CRICHTON), 3rd earl Erne. Dispensed ut 

supra. In place of No. 62. Died 1885, Oct. 3. (82) 

1869, Jan. 18. HICHARD SOUTHWEIL (BOURKE), 6th earl of Mayo, 

governor-general of India. Created a knight extraordinary 
by sign manual 1868, Nov. 11, but became a knight in 
ordinary in place of No. 71. Ceremonies dispensed with 
1868, Nov. 17. Invested at Calcutta 1869, Jan. 18. 
Installation dispensed with Apr. 12. Died 1872, Feb. 8. 

(83) 

1869, Mar. 30. H.E.H. prince ARTHUR WILLIAM PATRICK ALBERT, 
K.G., afterwards duke of Connaught and Strathearn. 
Declared by sign manual an extra knight with precedence 
after the prince of Wales. Installation dispensed with 
May 1. (84) 

1869, June 2. GRANVILLE LEVESON (PROBY), 4th earl of Carysfort. 
In place of No. 57. Died 1872, May 18. (85) 

1869, June 2. ARCHIBALD BRABAZON SPARROW (ACHESON), 4th earl 
of Gosford. In place of No. 63. (86) 

1871, Aug. 2. MERVYN (WINGFIELD), 7th viscount Powerscourt. In 
place of No. 41. Died 1904, June 5. (87) 

1871, Aug. 2. THOMAS ARTHUR JOSEPH (SOUTHWELL), 4th viscount 

Southwell. In place of No. 52. Died 1878, Apr. 26. (88) 

1872, Feb. 29. EGBERT SHAPLAND (CAREW), 2nd baron Carew. In 

place of No. 78. Died 1881, Sept. 8. (89) 



104 ORDER OF ST. PATRICK 

1872, June 1. VALENTINE AUGUSTUS (BROWNE), 4th earl of Kenmare. 

Invested privately at the Vice-Regal Lodge June 3. In 
place of No. 83. (90) 

1873, Feb. 20. WILLIAM (HARE), 3rd earl of Listowel. In place of 

No. 69. (91) 

1874, Aug. 31. WILLIAM (PROBY), 5th earl of Carysfort. In place 

of No. 50. (92) 

1874, Aug. 31. GEORGE HENRY EGBERT CHARLES WILLIAM (VANE- 
TEMPEST), 5th marquess of Londonderry. Nominated 
Apr. 23. In place of No. 50. Died 1884, Nov. 5. (93) 

1876, May 13. WINDHAM THOMAS (WYNDHAM-QUIN), 4th earl of 

Dunraven and Mountearl. Nominated 1872, Aug. 7, but 
not invested till 1876, May 13. In place of No. 85. (94) 

1877, Mar. 3. WILLIAM DROGO (MONTAGU), 7th duke of Manchester. 

In place of No. 46. Died 1890, Mar. 21. (95) 

1879, Feb. 8. HENRY JOHN REUBEN (DAWSON-DAMER), 3rd earl of 

Portarlington. In place of No. 88. Died 1889, Mar. 1. (96) 

1880, May 14 (20). H.R.H. ALFRED ERNEST ALBERT, duke of Edin- 

burgh, duke of Saxony, prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, 
K.G., etc. Declared by sign manual an extra knight with 
precedence next to the prince of Wales, as a mark of the 
sense entertained by Her Majesty of the services rendered 
by H.R.H. in administering relief in Ireland. Died 1900, 
July 30. (97) 

1882, Jan. 17. THOMAS (0'HAGAN),lst baron O'Hagan and formerly 
lord chancellor of Ireland. Invested in the Vice-regal 
Lodge Jan. 17. In place of No. 89. Died 1885, Feb. 1. (98) 

1882, Apr. 11. CHICHESTER SAMUEL (PARKINSON-FORTESCUE), baron 
Carlingford, afterwards baron Clermont. Nominated 
Feb. 9. In place of No. 76. Died 1898, Jan. 30. (99) 

1884, May 8. WILLIAM ULICK TRISTRAM (St. LAWRENCE), 4th earl 

of Howth. In place of No. 72. (100) 

1885, Feb. 9. LUKE (WHITE), 2nd baron Annaly. Nominated 

Jan. 1. Invested at Dublin Feb. 9. In place of No. 55. 
Died 1888, Mar. 17. (101) 

1885, Feb. 9. THOMAS SPRING (RICE), 2nd baron Monteagle of 
Brandon. Nominated and invested ut supra. In place of 
No. 94. (102) 



K P. 105 

1885, Nov. 28. GARNET JOSEPH (WOLSELEY), viscount Wolseley. In 
place of No. 98. (103) 

1885, Nov. 28. THOMAS (TAYLOUR),3rd marquess of Headfort. 
Invested at Dublin Nov. 28. In place of No. 82. Died 1894, 
July 22. (104) 

1887, June 28. H.R.H. prince ALBERT VICTOR CHRISTIAN EDWARD, 

of Wales, K.G., afterwards duke of Clarence. An extra 
knight with precedence after the duke of Connaught. Died 
1892, Jan. 14. (105) 

1888, Apr. 26. JAMES EDWARD WILLIAM THEOBALD (BUTLER), 3rd 

marquess of Ormonde. In place of No. 101. (106) 

1889, Apr. 4. JOHN HENRY (CRICHTON), 4th earl Erne. In place of 

No. 96. (107) 

1890, Feb. 7. EDWARD NUGENT (LEESON), 6th earl of Milltown. 

Nominated 1889, Sept. 26. Invested at Dublin Castle 1890, 
Feb. 7. la place of No. 70. Died 1890, May 30. (108) 

1890, May 24. FRANCIS CHARLES (NEEDHAM), 3rd earl of Kilmorey. 

- Nominated Apr. 22. Invested in St. Patrick's Hall, Dublin 

Castle. In place of No. 95. (109) 

1890, Aug. 29. LAWRENCE (PARSONS), 4th earl of Rosse. Nominated 
July 7. Invested Aug. 29 in St. Patrick's Hall, Dublin 
Castle. In place of No. 108. ,( 110 ) 

1890, Dec. 18. Prince WILLIAM AUGUSTUS EDWARD, of Saxe 
Weimar. Nominated Sept. 30. Invested at Windsor 
Nov. 24. An extra knight with precedence after the duke 
of Cambridge. Died 1902, Nov. 16. (Ill) 

1892, Mar. 18. WILLIAM HALE JOHN CHARLES (?ERY), 5th earl of 
Limerick. Nominated Feb. 8. In place of No. 77. Died 
1896, Aug. 8. (112) 

1892, Aug. 5. EDWARD DONOUGH (O'BRIEN), 14th baron Inchiquin. 
In place of No. 79. Died 1900, Apr. 8. (113) 

1894, Nov. 3. FREDERICK EDWARD GOULD (LAMBART), 9th earl of 
Cavan. Nominated Sept. 25. Invested privately at the 
Vice-Regal Lodge. In place of No. 104. Died 1900, 
July 14. (114) 

1896, Feb. 25. EDWARD CECIL (GUINESS), 1st baron Iveagh. 
Nominated 1895, Nov. 27. Invested in St. Patrick's Hall 
1896, Feb. 25. In place of No. 81. (115) 



io6 ORDER OF ST. PATRICK 

1897, Feb. 11. JAMES (ALEXANDER), 4th earl of Caledon. Nominated 
1896, Nov 14. Invested at Dublin Castle 1897, Feb. 11. 
In place of No. 112. Died 1898, Apr. 27. (116) 

1897, Aug. 20. H.R.H. GEORGE FREDERICK ERNEST ALBERT, duke 
of York, afterwards prince of Wales. Nominated July 6. 
Invested in St. Patrick's Hall Aug. 20. An extra knight. 

(117) 

1897, Aug. 20. FREDERICK SLEIGH (ROBERTS), baron, afterwards 

earl Roberts. Nominated June 4. Invested in St. Patrick's 
Hall Aug. 20. In place of No. 67. (118) 

1898, Mar. 15. ARTHUS SATJNDERS WILLIAM CHARLES Fox (GORE), 

7th earl of Arran. Nominated Mar. 9. Invested Mar. 15. 
In place of No. 99. Died 1901, Mar. 14. (119) 

1899, Mar. 4. GEORGE (BINGHAM), 4th earl of Lucan. Nominated 

1898, May 8. Invested in St. Patrick's Hall 1899, Mar. 2. 
In place of No. 116. (120) 

1900, Aug. 29. JAMES FRANCIS (BERNARD), 4th earl of Bandon. 

Nominated Apr. 24. Invested privately at the Yice Regal 
Lodge, Aug. 29, the usual formalities being dispensed with 
in consequence of Court mourning. In place of No. 113. 

(121) 

1900, Aug. 29. LUKE GERALD (DILLON), 4th baron Clonbrock. 

Nominated Aug. 2. Invested ut supra. In place of 
No. 114. (122) 

1901, June 10. THOMAS (PAKENHAM), 5th earl of Longford. 

Nominated May 15. Knighted and invested at St. James's 
Palace, June 11. In place of No. 119. (123) 

1902, Mar. 15. HENRY DE LA POER (BERESFORD), 6th marquess of 

Waterford. In place of No. 75. (124) 

1902, Aug. 11. LOWRY EGERTON (COLE), 4th earl of Enniskillen. 
An extra knight (on the King's Coronation), became an 
ordinary knight in place of No. 65. Privately invested in 
the Throne Room at Dublin Castle. (125) 

1902, Aug. 11. DUDLEY CHARLES FITZGERALD-DE-ROS), 24th lord 
de Ros. An extra knight (on the King's Coronation), 
became an ordinary knight in place of No. 87. Invested 
ut supra. (126) 

1904. DERMOT ROBERT WYNDHAM (BOTTRKE), 7th earl of Mayo. In 
place of No. 74. Invested Feb. 3, 1905. (127) 



of tbe Batb. 



Knights of the Bath. 



SOVEREIGNS. 

See list of sovereigns given seriatim under the Order of the Garter. 



GRAND MASTERS and (subsequently) First and Principal 
Knights Grand Cross. 

1725, May 27. JOHN (MONTAGU), 2nd duke of Montagu. Died 1749, 
July 16. 

1767, Dec. 30. Prince FREDERICK, of Brunswick Liineburg, after- 
wards duke of York. Died 1827, Jan. 5. 

1827. WILLIAM HENRY, duke of Clarence. Succeeded as Sovereign 
as William IV., in 1830, June 26. 

1837, Dec. 16. AUGUSTUS FREDERICK, duke of Sussex. Died 1843, 
Apr. 21. 

1843, May 31. FRANCIS ALBERT AUGUSTUS CHARLES EMANUEL, prince 
Consort. Died 1861, Dec. 14. 

1897, June 22. ALBERT EDWARD, prince of Wales. Succeeded as 
Sovereign of the Order as Edward VII., in 1901, Jan. 22. 

1901, Feb. 26. ARTHUR WILLIAM PATRICK ALBERT, duke of 
Connaught and Streathearn. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH (K.B.). 
From 1204 to 1815. 

1127 at Pentecost. GEOFFREY, son of FULK, count of Anjou (by 

Henry I. at Rouen). 

after 1204, July 18. THOMAS ESTURMY. 
1205, Nov. 5. THEODORIC LE TYES. 
1233, June 11. WILLIAM LONGSPEE. 
1233, June 11. ROGER (BIGOD), 5th earl of Norfolk. 

1233, June 11. HUGH (DE VERB), 4th earl of Oxford. 

1234, June 11. GILBERT (MARSHAL), 6th earl of Pembroke, 
after 1249, July 26. STEPHEN DE SALINIS. 



no 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 



1249, Dec. 25. JOHN DE SIMNEVIL. 

1252, Dec. 25. ALEXANDER III., king of Scotland, and 20 others. 

1253, Oct. 6. EEGINALD DE COKER' (to be made at the coming feast 

of St. Edward. "Writ tested at the Camp before Benanges). 

1253, Oct. 6. BERTRANDTJS DE CRESSY, valettus to the king's half- 
brother Guy, of Lusignan (to be made, etc., ut supra). 

1253, Oct. 6. INGERAM DE FENES (to be made, etc., ut supra). 

1253, Oct. 7. WARIN DE FRUGES' (to be made at the coming feast of 
St. Edward and to have accoutrements sicut aliis novis 
militibus. Writ tested at the Camp before Benanges). 

1253, Oct. 15. WILLIAM DE COURTENAY and a companion (to be 
made at the coming feast of All Saints. Writ tested ut 
supra). 

1253, Oct. 15. GAUCHER DE GOMARCYN, a relative of Peter of Savoy; 

together with two companions (to be made, etc., ut supra). 
1253, Oct. 15. ROBERT DE CRENEQUER (to be made, etc., ut supra, 

with accoutrements sicut novis militibus nostris). 
1254-5. MATTHEW HANYBAL. 

? 1256. DROGO DE BARENTINO, whom the king of England in Gascony 
decorated with the belt of a knight. 



(EDWARD I.). 

1302-3. PETER DE LA Foix. 

1302-3. JOHN DE HORNE, as a Banneret. 

1302-3. EGBERT DE UFFORD, as a Banneret. 

13D2-3. JOHN DE FELTON, as a bachelor. 

1302-3. EICHARD DE , as a simple knight. 

1302-3. JOHN DE DAGWORTH, as a simple Banneret. 
1302-3 (1303, May 23). EICHARD DE STRATTON, as a 

Banneret. 

1302-3. JOHN DE CORMAILLES, as a simple Banneret. 

1302-3. WILLIAM DE BOTECOURT, as a simple Banneret. 

1302-3. JOHN DE BERKELEY, as a simple Banneret. 

1302-3. JOHN GIFFARD, as a simple Banneret. 

1302-3. PHILIP DE NEVILLE, as a Banneret. 

1304-5. PAIN DE TIBETOT. 

1304-5. GEORGE DE THORPE. 



simple 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH. in 



1304-5. JOHN DOTJVEDALE. 

1304-5. JOHN DE NEVILLE. 

1304-5. THOMAS DE LATIMER. 

1304-5. RICHARD GREY. 

1304-5. PETER SKERK. 

1304-5. WILLIAM CLERK. 

1304-5. JOHN DE WATERVILLE. 

1304-5. JOHN LE STRANGE. 

1304-5. HUGH DE CROFTE. 

1304-5. BARTHOLOMEW DYNE VILE. 



The names of all the knights (267 in all) made at Whitsuntide, 
34 Edward J., on the occasion of the knighting of Edward, 
prince of Wales, afterwards Edward 11 * 

1306, May 22. DOMINUS EDWARDUS, princeps Walliae. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE WARENNA [7th earl of Surrey], son 
[in-law] to the count of Bar. 

1306, May 22. EDMUNDUS [John] DE ARUNDEL. 

1306, May 22. THOMAS DE GREILLY. 

13D6, May 22. JOHANNES DE LA WARE [Mare] [lord de la Mare]. 

1306, May 22. THOMAS DE FERERS. 

1306, May 22. BARTHOLOMEWS DE ENFEUD. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES [son of Roger] DE MOUBRAY [2nd lord 
Mowbray], 

1306, May 22. ALANUS PLOKENET. 

1306, May 22. AUNGERTJS filius Henrici. 

1306, May 22. GILBERTUS DE CLARE, filius domini Thomae de Clare. 



* The above list of 267 knights made on the occasion of the knighting of Edward Prince of Wales, is 
printed by Ashmple, in the 1672 Edition of the 'Institutions, &c., . . of the Garter,' pp. 38-9. Ashmole 
there states as his authority the Rotulus computi Johannis de Drokensjord Custodis Magnae Guarderolxie 
regis, a MS, then in the possession of the King's Remembrancer. Drokensford's wardrobe account for the 
34th year of Edward I. is still preserved at H.M. Record Office, among the Exchequer Q.R. But I have 
been quite unable to find in this account the lists of knights here printed. Running parallel or contem- 
poraneous with the big yearly Wardrobe account for this year, 34 Edward I., there are several smaller flies 
and accounts (in especial Miscellaneous Rolls Chancery, Wardrobe and Household Accounts, j, and 
Exchequer Accounts, Q. R. Bundle 369, Roll No. 4). These accounts give the names of a small 
proportion of the knights printed in the text here, frequently with variations in the form of the name or 
in the description. Where the diflerence is material, I have incorporated it in the text by printing the 
variant within square brackets. In addition, the smaller accounts give the names of two persons to be 
knighted, which do not appear in Ashmole ; but are printed above. These two names are as follows : 
Males [Malise] son of [and himself afterwards 8th] Earl of Stratherne, to be knighted at All Saints [Nov. 1] 
with 5 others unnamed, Walter Lislebone, banneret ; to be knighted at Xmas. 



H2 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1306, May 22. EDMUNDUS DE CORNUBIA. i 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE FRIVILL. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE FREIGNE. 

1306, May 22. AMAEJCTJS DE FOSSAD [come from afar]. 

1306, May 22. FULCIUS films Warini. 

1306, May 22. WALTERUS DE HUGEFORD. 

1306, May 22. STEPHANUS DE BTJRGHASH. 

1306, May 22. JACOBUS DE NORTWOODE. 

1306, May 22. HUMPHRIDUS DE WALDENE. 

1306, May 22. KOGERTJS DE CHAUNDOS. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE BEEN. 

1306, May 22. WILHELMUS DE LA ZOUCHE. 

1306, May 22. RICHARDUS LOVEL. 

1306, May 22. ROGERUS DE MORTUOMARI. 

1306, May 22. WALTERUS HAKELUT. 

1306, May 22. ROGERUS DE BANFOU [Beaufoy]. 

1306, May 22. GALFRIDUS DE SEYE. 

1306, May 22. EICHARDUS [DE] PORTESEIE [tanquam banerettus]. 

1306, May 22. EGIDIUS DE BREHEUS. 

1306, May 22. WALTERUS DE MOLLESWORTH. 

1306, May 22. EETHERICUS DE ISPANIA. 

1306, May 22. PETRUS DE GAVASTON. 

1306, May 22. THOMAS DE YERDON. 

1306, May 22. HUMFRIDUS DE BASSINGBOURN. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 113 

1306, May 22. NICHOLAUS KRYELL. 

1306, May 22. BOBERTUS, films Robert! filii Pagani. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE HARECOURT. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES, filius domini Johannis de Sulleye. 

1306, May 22. WILLIELMUS TRACY. 

13D6, May 22. HUGO, filius domini Hugonis le Despenser. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE HUNTINGFEUD. 

1306, May 22. THOMAS BARDOLF [tanquam banerettus]. 

1306, May 22. NICHOLAUS MALEMEYNS. 

1306, May 22. ROBERTUS DE SCALES. 

1306, May 22. WILLIELMUS TRUSSEL. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE HANTS. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE MONTEACUTE. 

1306, May 22. THOMAS DE MULTON. 

13D6, May 22. WALTERUS DE MONTGOMERIE. 

1306, May 22. ROGERUS filius domini Eogeri de Mortuomari. 

1306, May 22. EUSTACHIUS DE WHYTENEYE. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES MAUTRAVERS [tanquam banerettus]. 

1306, May 22. THOMAS DE VEER, filius comitis Oxonie. 

1306, May 22. THOMAS DE LODELAWE. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE BERNYNGHAM. 

1306, May 22. GRIFFINUS filius Griffini de la Pole. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE LODELAWE. 

1306, May 22. PHILIPPUS DE COURTENAY. 

8 



H4 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1306, May 22. URIANUS DE SANCTO PETRO. 

1306, May 22. WARINUS DE BASSINGBURN [nouveau chevalier]. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES LE BLOUNT, mayor of London. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DENRE. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE INSULA. 

1306, May 22. THOMAS DE LUCY. 

1306, May 22. EADULPHUS DE BOTETOURTE. 

1306, May 22. HUGO [Hugelin] de Mailly. 

1306, May 22. EADULPHUS DE KAMOYS. 

1306, May 22. PETRUS filius domini Petri de Malolacu [Mauley]. 

1306, May 22. EDMUNDUS DE WILLINGTON. 

1306, May 22. EOBERTUS DE KENDALE. 

1306, May 22. HENRICUS DE DEN. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE NEVILL. 

1306, May 22. EOGERUS DE INGELFELD. 

1306, May 22. HUGO BRABOEF. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE WESTON. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES filius Warini. 

1306, May 22. THOMAS DE PONYNGES. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE FOXLEY. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE WALKINGHAM. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE HARDEN. 

1306, May 22. EADULPHUS DE WEDEN. 

1306, May 22. JOHANES DE MERYETH. 

1306, May 22. EADULPHUS DE EOLLESTON. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 115 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE MAUDUIT. 

1306, May 22. THOMAS DE BOIVILLE. 

1306, May 22. WILLIELMUS CORBET. 

1306, May 22. WILLIELMUS BRABAZON. 

1306, May 22. GEORGIUS [Gregory] DE THORNETONE. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE LA PENNE [nouveau chevalier]. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE BYKEBYRY. 

1306, May 22. WILLIELMUS DE COSYNGTON. 

1306, May 22. RADULPHUS BAGOT. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE BASSINGES. 

1306, May 22. ANDREAS DE SAKEVILLE. 

130& May 22. NICOLAUS PERSHOTS. 

1306, May 22. MORGANUS AP MEREDUK. 

1306, May 22. UMFRIDUS DE BOUNE. 

1306, May 22. WALTERUS DE SKYDEMORE. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES CHAUNDOS. 

1306, May 22. WALTERUS DE DERLYNGHAM. 

1306, May 22. WALTERUS DE STIRKELONDE. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE CLYNDON. 

1306, May 22. INGELRAMUS BELET [simple knight]. 

1306, May 22. LAURENTIUS DE HOLLEBECHE. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE STAUNTONE. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE WACHESHAM. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE LA MARE. 



ii6 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1306, May 22. HUGO HOWEL. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE MENYMRATE [Momyrate], socius, 
Ameurey de Fossad. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS PYROT, socius StepKani de Burways. 

1306,May 22. JOHANNES SAUVAGE. 

1306, May 22. PHILIPPUS DE YYRELEY. 

1306, May 22. EOBERTUS LOVEL. 

1306, May 22. ADAM WALRAN. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE PENBRUG. 

1306, May 22. EOGERUS PYCHARD. 

1306, May 22. HENRICUS LE MOIGNE. 

1306, May 22. EOBERTUS DE LACY. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE BOILLAUNDE. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE GUYSE. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS MOTOUN. 

1306, May 22. EOGERUS WALEYS. 

1306, May 22. PHILIPPUS LE Lou. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE HINTON. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE TWYFORD. 

1306, May 22. EICHARDUS DE BREHEUS. 

1306, May 22. STEPHANUS DE COBBEHAM. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE HAULO. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE SANWICO. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE MOUNTENEY. 

1306, May 22. EOBERTUS LE CONESTABLE. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES MARTEYN. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 117 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE BELLO CAMPO. 

1306, May 22. ROBERTUS DE Eos. 

1306, May 22. RADULPHUS BASSET. 

1306, May 22. PETHUS DE GRISLE. 

13D6, May 22. THOMAS MALORIE. 

1306, May 22. RICHARDUS DE SCULTON. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE HATTNDESACRE. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE THOUTHORP. 

It 06, May 22. WALTERUS DE EOMESEYE. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE RUDA [Routli]. 

1306, May 22. PETRUS DE BOSOUN. 

1306, May 22. NICHOLAUS DE GENEVILLE. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE KNOVILLE [son of Gilbert de KnovillJ. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE LACY. 

1306, May 22. WILLIELMUS BERNAK. 

1306, May 22. RICHARDUS DANIEL. 

1306, May 22. ROBERTUS DE WYGKHAM. 

1306, May 22. ROBERTUS ACHARD. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE HERPEDEN. 

1306, May 22. JACOBUS DE LAMBOURNE. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES MAUNCEL. 

1306, May 22. ROBERTUS DE WYVILL. 

1306, May 22. PHILIPPUS LE Rous. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES COMYN. 



ii8 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE SOMERY. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE LUNGEVILL. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE HARPEFELD. 

1306, May 22. EGIDIUS DE ASTELE. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE BOIVILL. 

1306, May 22. HENEJCUS filius Conani. 

1306, May 22. BOGERUS DE BURTON. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE MULTON. 

1306, May 22. GODEFRIDUS DE MEAUX. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE PLESCIS. 

1306, May 22. EDMUNDUS DE PLESCIS. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE HOLLANDE. 

1306, May 22. HENRICTJS DE RYPSFORD. 

1306, May 22. THOMAS DE ZEDESEN. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE LYNGEYNE. 

1306, May 22. BOGERUS DE BAVENT. 

1306, May 22. G-ALFRIDUS DE COLEVILL. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES, filius Joliannis Mautravers. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES CONQUEST. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE STOPHAM. 

1306, May 22. EADULPHUS DE DRYBY. 

1306, May 22. THOMAS DE GREY. 

1306, May 22. EOBERTUS DE LA MARE. 

1306, May 22. THOMAS CORBET. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 119 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE HERYK. 

1306, May 22. ROBERTUS DE Hoo. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE LACY. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE MANNEBY. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE MORTONE. 

1306, May 22. GERARDUS DE AILLESFORD. 

1306, May 22. GILBERTUS DE ATON. 

1306, May 22. EICARDUS DE BERLEY. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE NEUBOURGH. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE LA POILLE. 

1306, May 22. EOBERTUS, filius GUIDONIS. 

1306, May 22. HUGO HOSE. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE GOLDINGTON. 

1306, May 22. WALTERUS filius Domini J de Insula. 

1306, May 22. THOMAS DE BROMPTON. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE WROTESLE. 

1306, May 22. RICHARDUS HUWYS. 

1306, May 22. ROBERTUS DE HILDYARD. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE KYRKEBY. 

1306, May 22. THOMAS DE LEUKENORE. 

1306, May 22. PETRUS DE EVERCY. 

1306, May 22. WARINUS DE SCARGIL. 

1306, May 22. GERARDUS DE USFLET. 

1306, May 22. PETRUS DE BURGATE. 



120 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1306, May 22. ROBERTUS DE EAUDON. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE SAUSTONE. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES MAULEVERER. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE LUCY. 

1306, May 22. ROGERUS DE CHEDLE. 

1306, May 22. HUGO DE DULTON. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE HAVERYNGTON. 

1306, May 22. ROGERUS DE SOMERVILLE. 

1306, May 22. ADAM DE WALTON. 

1306, May 22. NICHOLAUS DE SHELDON. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE WEILONDE. 

1306, May 22. WALTERUS DE EAUCUMBERG. 

1306, May 22. NICHOLAUS DE RYE. 

13D6, May 22. ROGERUS DE GRYMESTON. 

1306, May 22. HENRICUS DE ERDYNGTON. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DAUTRIE. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE LAUNEY. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE RYSON. 

1306, May 22. HENRICUS BEAUSUN [BEAUFOU]. 

1306, May 22. ROGERUS filius Domini Thomae Corbet. 

1306, May 22. HUGO DE PYKEWORTH. 

1306, May 22. BALDEWINUS DE COLNE. 

1306, May 22. ROBERTUS DE SKALE. 

1306, May 22. HENRICUS DE BIRY. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 121 

1306, May 22. HENRICUS DE BERMYNGHAM. 

1306, May 22. WALTERUS LE POURE. 

1306, May 22. THOMAS DE BECHUM. 

1306, May 22. WALTERUS filius Humfridi. 

1306, May 22. EDMUNDUS PECCHE. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE TREIAGU. 

1306, May 22. BICHARDUS FOLIOT. 

1306, May 22. BJCHARDUS DE ECHEBASTON. 

1306, May 22. BOBERTUS DE GODEMANSTON. 

1306, May 22. ADAM DE EVERINGHAM. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE BASSINGBOURN. 

1306, May 22. ADAM DE WANERVILLE. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE SOMERCOTES. 

1306, May 22. THOMAS, filius Domini T. de Chaworth. 

1306, May 22. EADULPHTTS DE KELE. 

1306, May 22. PETRUS DE LEKEBURNE. 

1306, May 22. HUGO filius Henrici. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE SALSBIRI. 

1306, May 22. BJCHARDUS DE BYVERS. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES filius Johannis de Wegetone. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES LE Bous. 

1306, May 22. GEORGIUS DU CHASTEL. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE LA MOTE. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS DE BAYOUS. 



122 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS MARMYON. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS EOSEL. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE LANGETON. 

1306, May 22. WILLELMUS LITTEBON [Villabon]. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE PABENHAM [tanquam banerettus]. 

1306, May 22. THOMAS MORDAC [tanquam simplex miles]. 

1306, May 22. JACOBUS DE NORTON [tanquam simplex miles]. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE BELHOUS [or his attorney]. 

1306, May 22. BRANKALEO DE BOLOIGNE [Drantaleon de Ordalo or 
Endalo de Bologne]. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES PYKARD. 

1306, May 22. WALTERUS DE KYNGESHEVEDE [Kingshemede ; valettus 
of the Household]. 

1306, May 22. EOBERTUS DE WATERVILL. 

1306, May 22. BOGERUS DE KERDESTON. 

1306, May 22. JOHANNES DE DAVENTRE. 



1316, July 3. RICHARD DE RODNEY (at Keynsham). 

1322, Sept. 10. HENRY PERCY. 

1323, June 1. JOHN DE LA HAYE. 
1323. WILLIAM DE DOUNTON. 
1323. WILLIAM WAYKAM. 

1323. HENRY TILLY. 
1323. HENRY LONGCHAMP. 

1323. RAYMOND DURANT, as a Banneret with his companion as a 

simple knight. 

1324, Aug. 10. HUGH DE POYNTZ, as a Banneret. 






KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 123 

1324, Aug. 13. PETER DE BOXSTEDE, by the hand of his cousin, Sir 
Henry de Boxstede. 

1324, Aug. 13. RICHARD PYKE, by the king's hand. 
1324, Aug. 13. THOMAS DE MARLBERGH. 
1324, Oct. 24. PETER DE LA HORSE. 

1324, Oct. 31. HUGH DE PLESSIS, as a Banneret, by the king's hand. 

1325, Apr. 2. HUGH DE NEVILL. 

1326, Mar. 31. JAMES BOTILLER of Ireland, as a Banneret. 

1326, Apr. 19. WILLIAM DE MONTACUTE, as a Banneret, by the hands 
of Thomas de Langford at London. 

1326, Apr. 19. EBULO LE STRANGE, as a Banneret, by the hands of 
Thomas de Langford. 

1326, Apr. 19. ROGER DE BOURNE, by same. 

1326, Apr. 19. ROGER ONLY, by same. 

1326, Apr. 19. MATTHEW FITZHERBERT, by same. 

1326, Apr. 19. JOHN DE GRAS, by same. 

1326, Apr. 19. THOMAS WEST, by same. 

1326, Apr. 19. RYCE AP GRIFFITH, by same. 

1326, Apr. 19. THOMAS DE WESTON, by same. 

1326, Apr. 19. NICHOLAS DE CANTELOU, by same. 

1326, Apr. 19. THOMAS DE GOUSHULL, by same. 

1326, Apr. 19. HENRY DE HARNHALL, by same. 

1326, Apr. 19. ADAM DE MOLESTON (MOLELESTON), by same. 

1326, Apr. 19. WALTER DE FAUCONBERGE, by same. 

1326, Apr. 19. WILLIAM DE ALBEMARLE, by same. 

1326, Apr. 19. JOHN DE KIRKETON, by same. 

1326, Apr. 19. HENRY LE VAVASOUR, by same. 



124 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1326, Apr. 19. ROGER DEYXCOURT, by the hands of Thomas de 
Langford. 

1326, Apr. 19. WILLIAM PEVERELL, by same. 

1327, Jan. 20. JOHN DE BOHUN, the king's cousin, as an earl. 
1327, Jan. 20. EDMUND DE MORTIMER, as a Banneret. 
1327, Jan. 20. ROGER DE MORTIMER, as a Banneret. 
1327, Jan. 20. GEOFFRY DE MORTIMER, as a Banneret. 
1327, Jan. 20. GERARD DE LA BRET, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. HUGH DE COURTENAY, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. RALPH DE WYLINTON, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. RALPH DAUBENEY, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. JOHN DE WILLOUGHBY, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. EDWARD STRADLING, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. RALPH STAFFORD, afterwards lord and earl of 
Stafford, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. JOHN DE MOELES, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. WILLIAM DE PERCY, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. GERARD DE LISLE, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. PETER BRETON, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. ROGER DE STRANGE, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. ERNOMVILLE DE POITIERS, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. JOHN DE NEVILLE, as a Banneret ; and four others. 

1327, Jan. 20. WILLIAM DE WILLOUGHBY, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. JOHN DE RALEE, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. RALPH DE BLOYOX, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. OTO BOTETOURT, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. WILLIAM DAUBENEY, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. ROBERT BRENTE, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. JOHN DE CHERNSTONE, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. JOHN DE SUTTON, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. ALEXANDER DE COBLEDYL, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. SAYER, DE ROCHEFORD, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. WILLIAM CHEYNEY, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. REGINALD DE LA MARE, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. ROBERT DE BREUS, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. SIMON FITZRALPH, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. HUGH ABETOT, as a Banneret. 

1327, Jan. 20. JOHN DE Rous, as a Banneret. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 125 

1327, Jan. 20. WILLIAM DE EVEREUX. 
1327, Jan. 20. JOHN DE HOTHAM. 
1327, Jan. 31. The king, EDWARD III. 

1329, Oct. 22. JOHN DE CAMBRIDGE (Justice Itinerant), as a 
Banneret. 

1329, Oct. 22. EDWARD LE BLOUNT, as a Banneret. 

1329, Oct. 22. PETER DE THORNTONE, as a Banneret. 

1329, Oct. 22. RICHARD DE BAJOCIS (BAICTJS), as a Banneret. 

1329, Oct. 22. BANCO DE LERE, a Lombard, as a Banneret. 

1330. THOMAS DE BRADESTON, as a Banneret. 

1330. EDMUND DE CORNWALL, as a Banneret (son of lord Edmund 
de Cornwall). 

1330. WILLIAM DE POMEROY, as a Banneret, and three others. 

1331. WALTER DE MANNY, as a Banneret. 

1332. EGBERT r/E SCORESBURGH (Justice Itinerant), as a Banneret. 
1332. WILLIAM DE DENAM (Baron of the Exchequer), as a Banneret. 

1332. RICHARD DE ALDEBURGH (a Justice of Common Pleas), as a 
Banneret. 

1332. JOHN DE SHARDELOWE (a Justice of Common Pleas), as a 
Banneret. 

1332. THOMAS BACON (a Justice of Common Pleas), as a Banneret. 

1333. JOHN DE SHOREDITCH (Baron of the Exchequer), as a Banneret. 
1333. WILLIAM DE SHARESHULL (a Justice of Common Pleas), as a 

Banneret. 

1333. NATHANIEL DE BATH, as a Banneret. 

1333. SIMON FITZE/ICHARD, as a Banneret. 

1333. EGBERT DE SCARDEBURGH (a Justice of Common Pleas). 

1333. JOHN PETIT. 

1333. NICHOLAS GIFFARD. 

1347, Dec. 25. MAURICE FITZTHOMAS, of Kildare, and his com- 
panion, by the king's hand. 

1347, Dec. 25. PHILIP DE STAUNTON. 

1347, Dec. 25. THOMAS DE FENCOTES (a Justice of Common Pleas), 
as a Banneret. 

1360, Dec. 25. JOHN MOWBRAY (a Justice of Common Pleas), as a 
Banneret. 

1360, Dec. 25. WILLIAM DE SKIPWITH (a Justice of Common Pleas), 
as a Banneret. 



126 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1377, Apr. 23. 

Knights of the Bath made on the occasion of the making 
Richard prince of Wales, and Henry earl of Derby, 
knights of the Garter. 

RICHARD prince of Wales, afterwards Richard III. 
HENRY earl of Derby, afterwards Henry IV. 
THOMAS OF WOODSTOCK, sixth son of Edward III.,, and after- 
wards duke of Gloucester. 

ROBERT (DE VERB) 9th earl of Oxford. 
JOHN (BEAUMONT) 4th lord Beaumont. 

JOHN (DE MOWBRAY) 5th lord Mowbray, afterwards earl of 
Nottingham. 

Two sons of the earl of Stafford. 

Three sons of lord Percy, who was afterwards earl of 
Northumberland, one of the said sons being Henry 
Percy known as Hotspur. 

JOHN DE SOTHEREYE. 

A son of Sir JOHN ARUNDEL. 
1377, July 15. 

Knights made at the Coronation of Richard 11. after dinner 
in the Palace of Westminster. 

EDWARD (son of Edmund earl of Cambridge) afterwards 2nd 
duke of York. 

JOHN (son of Thomas lord Ros of Hamlake) afterwards 6th 
lord Ros. 

ROBERT (GREY), 4th lord GREY DE ROTHERFIELD. 

RICHARD (son of Gilbert lord Talbot) afterwards 4th lord 
Talbot. 

GERARD DE LISLE, son of Warine lord Lisle. 

MICHAEL DE LA POLE (son of Michael lord De La Pole), after- 
wards 2nd lord De La Pole and 4th earl of Suffolk. 

RICHARD (POYNINGS), 4th lord POYNINGS. 
ROBERT (HARINGTON), 3rd lord HARINGTON. 

THOMAS DE LA MARE (doubtless a misreading for Thomas La 
Warr, afterwards 5th lord La Warr). 

1383, Dec. 25. JOHN HOLT (a Justice of Common Pleas), as a 
Banneret. At Eltham, by the King. 

1383, Dec. 25. WILLIAM BURGH (a Justice of Common Pleas), as a 
Banneret. At Eltham, by the King. 

1389, Feb. 28. GEOFFREY DE LA YALE, of Ireland, as a Banneret. 
At Windsor, by the King. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 127 

1389, Apr. 23. WALTER CLOPTON (Chief Justice King's Bench), as 
a Banneret. At Windsor. 

1389, Apr. 23. ROBERT CHARLETON (Chief Justice of Common Pleas), 

as a Banneret. At Windsor. 

1390, Apr. 23. ROGER (MORTIMER), 4th earl of March. By the King 

at Windsor. 

1390, Apr. 23. THOMAS (STAFFORD), 3rd earl of Stafford. 

1390, Apr. 23. ALPHONSO, son of the count of Denia in Arragon. 

1394, Mar. 25. O'NEALE, king of Meath. By Richard II. in the 
Cathedral Church of Dublin. 

1394, Mar. 25. BRIAN DE THOMOND, king of Thomond, ibid., by 
same. 

1394, Mar. 25. ARTHUR MACMOROUGH, king of Leinster, ibid., by 
same. 

1394, Mar. 25. CONNOR, king of Chenow and de Erpe. 
1394, Mar. 25. THOMAS OURGHAM. 
1394, Mar. 25. JOHNATHAS DE PADO. 
1394, Mar. 25. JOHN DE PADO. 

On the eve of the Coronation of king Henry IV. 

1399, Oct. 11. THOMAS (PLANTAGENET), afterwards duke of Clarence, 
son of king Henry IV. 

1399, Oct. 11. JOHN (PLANTAGENET), afterwards duke of Bedford, 
son of the king. 

1399, Oct. 11. HUMPHREY (PLANTAGENET), afterwards duke of 
Gloucester, son of the king. 

1399, Oct. 11. THOMAS (FITZ-ALAN), 17th earl of Arundel. 

1399, Oct. 11. RICHARD (BEAUCHAMP), afterwards 13th earl of 
Warwick. 

1399, Oct. 11. EDMUND (STAFFORD), 5th earl of Stafford. 

1399, Oct 11. HUGH (COURTENAY), son of and afterwards 13th earl 
of Devon. 

1399, Oct. 11. COURTENAY. 



128 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1399, Oct. 11. HENRY (BEAUMONT), 5th lord Beaumont, and thirty- 
three others [partly accounted for as follows] 

1399, Oct. 11. - WILLOUGHBY, brother to William, 5th lord 

Willoughby. 

1399, Oct. 11. HUGH STAFFORD, brother to the earl of Stafford. 

1399, Oct. 11. EICHARD CAMOIS, son of Thomas, lord Camois. 

1399, Oct. 11. The lord of Paule. 

1399, Oct. 11. PETER (DE MAULEY), 4th lord Mauley. 

1399, Oct. 11. JOHN NEVILL, 5th lord Latimer. 

1399, Oct. 11. EALPH [erratum for John] DEINCOURT, 5th lord 
Deincourt. 

1399, Oct. 11. ALMARIC DE ST. AMAND, 3rd lord Seyntismond or 

St. Amand. 

1400, Mar. 17. THOMAS BEAUCHAMPE. 
1400, Mar. 17. THOMAS PELHAM. 
1400, Mar. 17. JOHN LUTTRELL. 
1400, Mar. 17. JOHN LISLE (LISLEIE). 

1400, Mar. 17. WILLIAM HANKFORD (a Justice of Common Pleas). 

1400, Mar. 17. WILLIAM BRENCHESLEY (a Justice of Common 
Pleas). 

1400, Mar. 17. BARTHOLOMEW EOCHFORD (&ACHFORD). 

1400, Mar. 17. GILES DAUBENEY. 

1400, Mar. 17. WILLIAM BUTLER. 

1400, Mar. 17. JOHN ASHTON. 

1400, Mar. 17. EICHARD SNAPE or SANAPE. 

1400, Mar. 17. JOHN TIPTOFT (TIPSTON). 

1400, Mar. 17. EICHARD FRANCIS. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 129 

1400, Mar. 17. HENRY PERCY. 

1400, Mar. 17. JOHN ARUNDELL. 

1400, Mar. 17. WILLIAM STRALL or STRALLEY. 

1400, Mar. 17. JOHN TURPINGTON. 

1400, Mar. 17. AILMER SAINT. 

1400, Mar. 17. EDWARD HASTINGS. 

1400, Mar. 17. JOHN GREISLEY. 

1400, Mar. 17. GERALD SOTILL (SATELL). 

1400, Mar. 17. JOHN ARDEN. 

1400, Max. 17. EGBERT CHALONS. 

1400, Mar. 17. THOMAS DYMOCK. 

1400, Mar. 17. WALTER HTJNGERFORD. 

1400, Mar. 17. WILLIAM GIBETHORPE (GILETHORPE). 

1400, Mar. 17. WILLIAM NEWPORT, and others to the number of 46 
in all. 



On the eve of the Coronation of Henry V., Apr., 1413. 
1413, Apr. 8. EDMOND (MORTIMER), 5th earl of March. 
1413, Apr. 8. BOGER MORTIMER, his brother. 

1413, Apr. 8. JOHN (HOLAND), restored as 14th earl of Huntington, 
afterwards duke of Exeter. 

1413, Apr. 8. [RICHARD] HOLAND, his brother. 

1413, Apr. 8. RICHARD LE DESPENSER [wrongly styled] lord le 
Despencer. 

1413, Apr. 8. JOHN PHELIP. 

1413, Apr. 8. JOHN ROTHENHALE. 
9 



130 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1413, Apr. 8. THOMAS WEST. 

1418, Apr. 23. LEWIS ROBSART, on the celebration of the feast of 
St. G-eorge at Caen. 

1418, Apr. 23. ROGER SALVEINE (ibid.). 

1418, Apr. 23. JOHN STEWART (ibid.). 

1418, Apr. 23. JOHN SHOTESBROOKE (ibid.). 

1418, Apr. 23. JOHN MONTGOMERY and 10 more (ibid.). 

1421, Apr. 23. JAMES I., king of Scotland, on the feast of St. 
Greorge at Windsor. 

1421, Apr. 23. HUMPHREY (STAFFORD), 6th earl of Stafford (ibid.). 

1426, May 19, After the battle of Yerneuil (Aug., 1424), the duke 
of Bedford came over into England and on Whitsuntide in 
1426 at Leicester [at a Parliament there] he dubbed king 
Henry VI. knight and forthwith the said king dubbed the 
following 44 knights. Prior to this ceremony writs had 
been issued dated from Leicester, 1426, May 4, to 24 out of 
the following 44 knights commanding them to present 
themselves at Leicester at the coming feast of Pentecost to 
receive the dignity of knighthood along with the king.* 

1426, May 19. RICHARD (PLANTAGENET), 3rd duke of York. 

1426, May 19. JOHN (DE MOWBRAY), son and heir to the duke of 
Norfolk, and afterwards 5th duke of Norfolk. 

1426, May 19. THOMAS (COURTENAY), 14th earl of Devon. 

1426, May 19. JOHN (DE VERE), 12th earl of Oxford. 

1426, May 19. RALPH (DE NEVILL), 2nd earl of Westmorland. 

1426, May 19. HENRY (PERCY), son and heir to and afterwards 
3rd earl of Northumberland. 

1426, May 19. JAMES (BUTLER, alias Ormond), son and heir to and 
afterwards 5th earl of Ormond. 

* The remaining knights elect who did not receive such summons are here printed in italics. As to the 
question whether the italicised knights in this list are to be considered knights bachelors, or knights of 
the Bath, see introduction, p. xv. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 131 

1426, May 19. THOMAS DE Eos, 9th lord Eos. 

1426, May 19. JOHN (BEAUMONT), lord, afterwards viscount, 
Beaumont. 

1426, May 19. James Butler. 

1426, May 19. JOHN (FITZ-ALAN), lord Maltravers, afterwards 
19th earl of Arundel. 

1426, May 19. JOHN CORNWALL. 

1426, May 19. HENRY (GREY), 2nd earl of Tankerville. 

1426, May 19. WILLIAM (NEVILL), afterwards 6th lord Nevill de 
Fauconberge. 

1426, May 19. GEORGE [erratum for John] (NEVILL), 6th lord 
Latimer. 

1426, May 19. LIONEL (DE WELLES), 6th lord Welles. 
1426, May 19. James (de Berkeley), lord de Berkeley. 

1426, May 19. JOHN (TALBOT), son. and heir to lord Talbot, and 
afterwards 5th earl of Shrewsbury. 

1426, May 19. HUGH (DE CAMOYS), 2nd lord Camoys. 

1426, May 19. HENRY BOURCHIER. 

1426, May 19. Rauf Grey, of Werke. 

1426, May 19. ROBERT YERE, brother of the earl of Oxford. 

1426, May 19. Richard de Grey (Gray). 

1426, May 19. GILBERT DEBENHAM. 

1426, May 19. Edmond [? Robert'] Hungerford, son and heir of 
Baron Hungerford. 

1426, May 19. Robert Wingfield. 
1426, May 19. John Butler (Boteler). 
1426, May 19. Reginald Cobham. 



132 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1426, May 19. John Pasheley (Pasleu). 

1426, May 19. Thomas Tunstall (Dunstall, Constable). 

1426, May 19. John Chidioke. 

1426, May 19. Rauf Longford (Alonghford). 

1426, May 19. WILLIAM (THOMAS) DRURY. 

1426, May 19. William ap Thomas. 

1426, May 19. RICHARD CARBONELL. 

1426, May 19. Richard Wydevill (Wodewyk). 

1426, May 19. John (Ralph) Shirdelowe (Shadelowe, Shirley). 

1426, May 19. Nicholas Blouket (Bloucat, Plouket). 

1426, May 19. Rauf Radclif. 

1426, May 19. EDMOND TRAFFORD (Can ford). 

1426, May 19. WILLIAM CHEYNEY (SHEYNE, CHEYNE), Justice of the- 

King's Bench. 

1426, May 19. WILLIAM BABINGTON, Chief Justice of Common 
Pleas. 

1426, May 19. John June (Juen), Justice of Common Pleas. 

1426, May 19. Gilbert Beauchampe. 



Coronation of Henry VI., 1429, Nov. 6; 30 (32 or 36) knights made," 
names not recorded. "And the morrow after was the 
Prince's son of Portugal made knight in the Whitehall 
at Westminster." 

1449, Xmas (at Greenwich). EDMUND TUDOR, afterwards 15th earl of; 
Richmond, half-brother to the king. 

1449, Xmas. JASPER TUDOR, afterwards 16th earl of Pembroke,, 
half-brother to the king. 

1449, Xmas. THOMAS NEVILL, son of Richard, 8th earl of Salisbury... 

1449, Xmas. JOHN NEVILL, son of Richard, 8th earl of Salisbury. 

1449, Xmas. WILLIAM HERBERT. 

1449, Xmas. ROGER LEWKNOR. 

1449, Xmas. WILLIAM CATESBY. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 133 



Knights of the Bath made at the Tower of London \_on the eve 
before'] the Coronation of Edward IV., 1461, June 27. 

1461, June 27. GEORGE (PLANT AGENET), 3rd duke of Clarence, 
brother to the king. 

1461, June 27. RICHARD (PLANTAGENET), brother to the king, 
3rd duke of Gloucester, afterwards Richard III. 

1461, June 27. JOHN DE HOWBRAY, son and heir to, and afterwards 
6th duke of Norfolk. 

1461, June 27. JOHN (STAFFORD), lord Stafford, afterwards 3rd earl 
of Wiltshire. 

1461, June 27. THOMAS FITZALAN, commonly called lord FitzAlan, 
son of, and afterwards 22nd earl of Arundel. 

1461, June 27. JOHN (LE STRANGE), 8th lord Strange of Knokyn. 

1461, June 27. HUMPHRY BOURCHIER. 

1461, June 27. JOHN MARKHAM. 

1461, June 27. ROBERT DANBY. 

1461, June 27. WILLIAM YELVERTON. 

1461, June 27. JOHN WINGEFIELD. 

1461, June 27. WALTER BLOUNT. 

1461, June 27. ROBERT MARKHAM. 

1461, June 27. ROBERT CLIFDEN or Clifton. 

1461, June 27. WILLIAM STANLEY. 

1461, June 27. NICHOLAS BYRON. 

1461, June 27. WILLIAM CANTELEWE. 



134 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

48 [? 40~\ of Knights of the Bath made on Ascension day in the 
Tower of London by Edward IV., on the Coronation of 
Elizabeth, Queen of Edward IV., 1465, May 26. 

1465, May 26. HENRY (STAFFORD), 2nd duke of Buckingham. 
1465, May 26. - STAFFORD, his brother. 

1465, May 26. JOHN (DE VERB), 13th earl of Oxford. 

1465, May 26. THOMAS (TALBOT), 2nd Viscount Lisle. 

1465, May 26. JOHN FITZ-ALAN, styled lord Maltravers, son of John 
[sic for William], 21st earl of Arundel. 

1465, May 26. GEORGE GREY, son of Edward [Edmund], who was 
afterwards 12th earl of Kent. 

1465, May 26. EICHARD WYDVILE. 

1465, May 26. JOHN WYDVILE, brother to the Queen. 

1465, May 26. RALPH JOSSELYNE. 

1465, May 26. EICHARD BINGHAM, a Justice of Common Pleas. 

1465, May 26. EGBERT DANVERS, a Justice of the King's Bench 

1465, May 26. JOHN NEEDHAM, a Justice of Common Pleas. 

1465, May 26. EICHARD CHOKE, a Justice of Common Pleas. 

1465, May 26. WALTER MOYLE, a Justice of the King's Bench. 

1465, May 26. Sir EICHARD ILLINGWORTH, Chief Baron of the 
Exchequer. 

1465, May 26. - HYNGHAM. 

1465, May 26. JOHN ARUNDELLE. 

1465, May 26. WILLIAM CALTHORP. 

1465, May 26. THOMAS BREWCE or BRUCE. 

1465, May 26. GEORGE DARELLE. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 135 

1465, May 26. RICHARD HARECOURT. 

1465, May 26. WALTER MAUNTELLE. 

1465, May 26. EDMUND REDE. 

1465, May 26. WILLIAM HAWTE. 

1465, May 26. JOHN CLIFFORD. 

1465, May 26. JOHN SAT. 

1465, May 26. JOHN CHENEY, of Canterbury. 

1465, May 26. ROBERT DARCY. 

1465, May 26. THOMAS OVEDALE. 

1465, May 26. JOHN DURWARD. 

1465, May 26. JOHN HENYNGHAM. 

1465, May 26. JOHN SAVAGE. 

1465, May 26. ROGER CORBET, of Murtone. 

1465, May 26. [NICHOLAS?] CULPEPER. 

1465, May 26. HUGH WHYCHE. 

1465, May 26. THOMAS COOKE, citizen of London. 

1465, May 26. JOHN PLOMER. 

1465, May 26. HENRY WAFYR (Waver), citizen of London. 

1465, May 26. MATHEW PHILIP, citizen of London. 

1465, May 26. Lord DURAS, a Gascon. 

1465, May 26. BARTELOT DE ROBAIRE (RIBAIRE), of Bayonne, a. 
Gascon. 



136 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

At the creation of prince Edward, the king's eldest son, as prince of 
Wales, 1475, April 18, at Westminster, in Saint Edward's 
Chamber, on Whit Sunday, viz., on the right side of the 
Chamber, the following : 

1475, Apr. 18. EDWARD, prince of Wales, afterwards Edward Y., 
the king's son. 

1475, Apr. 18. RICHARD (PLANTAGENET), 5th duke of York, the 
king's son. 

1475, Apr. 18. JOHN (DE LA POLE), earl of Lincoln, son and heir of 
John, duke of Suffolk. 

1475, Apr. 18. GEORGE (TALBOT), 7th earl of Shrewsbury. 
1475, Apr. 18. EDWARD (STAFFORD), 4th earl of Wiltshire. 

1475, Apr. 18. RALPH (NEVILLE), 6th lord Neville, afterwards 3rd 
earl of Westmorland. 

1475, Apr. 18. JAMES TUCHET, son of, and afterwards 7th lord 
Audley. 

1475, Apr. 18. RICHARD BEATJCHAMP [afterwards 6th] lord St. 
Amand. 

1475, Apr. 18. JOHN STOURTON, son of, and afterwards 3rd lord 
Stourton. 

1475, Apr. 18. [WALTER?] HERBERT, brother to William, earl of 
Pembroke. 

1475, Apr. 18. THOMAS BRYAN, Chief Justice of Common Pleas. 
1475, Apr. 18. THOMAS LYTTELTON, Justice of Common Pleas. 
1475, Apr. 18. HENRY BODRYNGAM. 
1475, Apr. 18. RICHARD CHARLETON. 
1475, Apr. 18. JOHN PILKYNTON. 

On the left side of the chamber these following. 

1475, Apr. 18. THOMAS (GREY), 16th earl of Huntingdon, the 
Queen's son, created marquess of Dorset the same day after 
dinner and so dined in his habit. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 137 

1475, Apr. 18. RICHARD GREY, his brother. 
1475, Apr. 18. EDWARD WYDVILLE. 

1475, Apr. 18. WILLIAM (BERKELEY), [lord, afterwards 1st marquess 
of Berkeley], son of James, lord Berkeley. 

1475, Apr. 18. GEORGE STANLEY, son of Thomas, 2nd lord Stanley. 

1475, Apr. 18. EDWARD HASTINGS, son of and afterwards 2nd lord 
Hastings. 

1475, Apr. 18. JOHN (DEVERETTX), son of and afterwards 8th lord 
Ferrers of Chartley. 

1475, Apr. 18. THOMAS YAUGHAN. 
1475, Apr. 18. BRYAN STAPILTON. 

In the chamber end these following. 
1475, Apr. 18. WILLIAM KNYVETT. 
1475, Apr. 18. RICHARD LTJDLOW. 



Knights of the Bath made on the marriage of Richard, duke of York, 
the King's 2nd son, to Ann, daughter of John, duke of 
Norfolk. The marriage was solemnised on the 15th Jan. 
These knights were elected on the 17th, and dubbed on the 
18th Jan., 1477-8. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. HENRY BOURCHIER, son of William, viscount 
Bourchier, and grandson of and afterwards 15th earl of 

Essex. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. RICHARD (NEVILL), 2nd lord Latimer. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. JOHN (BOURCHIER), 2nd lord Berners or Barnes. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. JOHN (GREY), lord Powis. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. HENRY (LOVEL), 8th lord Morley. 

1477 8, Jan. 17. THOMAS (WEST), 8th lord de la Warr. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. JOHN (BLOUNT), 3rd lord Mount joy. 



138 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1477-8, Jan. 17. JOHN BEAUCHAMP, son and heir of lord [Richard] 
Beauchamp. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. THOMAS HOWARD (son and heir of John, 1st lord 
Howard), afterwards 9th duke of Norfolk. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. THOMAS BOUCHIER. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. THOMAS ST. LEGER. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. JOHN ELRINGTON, treasurer of the Household. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. GILES DAWBENEY. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. WILLIAM STONER. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. GUY FAIRFAX. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. WILLIAM GASCOIGNE. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. EGBERT BROUGHTON. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. THOMAS FROWECK. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. HENRY TALBOYS, or TAILBOYS. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. WILLIAM REDMAN. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. HENRY [RICHARD] WENTWORTH. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. RICHARD DELABERE. 

1477-8, Jan. 17. RICHARD LAKYN. 



The following persons were summoned by writs dated 1483, June 5, 
to furnish themselves to receive knighthood at the intended 
Coronation of Edward V., on the 22nd June. The ceremony 
of the Coronation, however, did not take place. 

OTES GILBERT, esquire. 
JOHN SPEKE. 

BEAUMONT. 

EDWARD COURTENEY. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 139 

[1483, June.] WILLIAM GARRAUNT. 
THOMAS ARUNDELL. 
WILLIAM BOLNEY. 
ALEXANDER CRESSEMERE. 
JOHN CLOPTON. 
HENRY HAYDEN. 
JOHN WYNKEFELD. 
CHRISTOPHER WILLOUGHBY. 
PHILIP CALTHORPE. 

BEDYNGFELD. 

THOMAS LEWKENORE. 
WILLIAM BARKELEY. 
JOHN STANLEY. 

GRAVILE. 

WILLIAM BIRMINGAM. 

THOMAS BUTTELER, of Beawsey. 

JOHN BERON. 

WILLIAM TROWTBEK. 

MILBOURN. 

Lord DORMOND [?Sir John Drummond, afterwards 
1st lord Drummond] . 

EDWARD (SUTTON alias Dudley), 6th lord Dudley, or 
lord Sutton de Dudley. 

[EDMUND] CORNEWALL, lord of Burford. 

[GEORGE] NEVILL, son of, and afterwards 5th lord 
Abergavenny. 

JOHN BROWN, of Stamford. 



140 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

[1483, June.] [GEORGE] (GREY), lord Grey, of Buthen, afterwards 
13th earl of Kent. 

JOHN GIFFORD. 

WILLIAM CHENAY, of Shepay. 

ROBERT WHITE, of Southwarne Borrowe. 

GERVASE CLYFTON, of Oddisake. 

NICHOLAS LILE. 

WILLIAM BERKELEY, of Beverston. 

HENRY YERNON. 

NICHOLAS MONTGOMERY. 

GRENE. 

WILLIAM OVEDALE. 

WILLIAM SAY. 

[? THOMAS BROOKE], son and heir of lord Cobhain. 

TH. HAMDEN, of Hamden. 

THOMAS DARCY. 

EAUF LANGFORD [SANFORD]. 

BABYNGTON. 

HENRY COLET, alderman of London. 

KYNGESTON. 

JOHN PAWLET. 
THOMAS WYNDESORE. 
JOHN EOGER, of Frefolke. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 141 

At the Coronation of Richard III., 1483, July 6. 
1483, July 6. EDMUND DE LA POLE, afterwards 3rd duke of Suffolk. 

1483, July 6. JOHN [sic for George] GREY, son of and afterwards 
13th earl of Kent. 

1483, July 6. WILLIAM ZOUCHE, brother of John, lord Zouche. 

1483, July 6. WILLIAM or HENRY [sic for George] NEVILL, son of 
and afterwards 5th lord Abergavenny. 

1483, July 6. CHRISTOPHER WILLOUGHBY. 

1483, July 6. WILLIAM BERKELEY of Beverston. 

1483, July 6. HENRY [ ? William] BANINGTON [Babington]. 

1483, July 6. THOMAS ARUNDELL. 

1483, July 6. THOMAS BOLAYNE or Boleyn. 

1483, July 6. EDMUND BEDINGFIELD [Beningefeld], 

1483, July 6. GERVASE or BREWAS of Clifton. 

1483, July 6. WILLIAM SAY. 

1483, July 6. WILLIAM ENDERBY. 

1483, July 6. THOMAS [James] LEWKENOR. 

1483, July 6. THOMAS ORMOND. 

1483, July 6. JOHN BROWNE. 

1483, July 6. WILLIAM BARKELEY of Wyldy. 

1483, July 6. EDMUND CORNWALL, baron of Burford. 



Twelve knights of the Bath made at [two or three days before'] the 
Coronation of Henry VII., 1485, Oct. 28, in the Hall within 
the Tower of London. 

1485, Oct. 28. EDWARD STAFFORD, afterwards 3rd duke of 
Buckingham. 



142 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1485, Oct. 28. JOHN (RADCLIFF), 9th lord Fitz- Walter. 

1485, Oct. 28. THOMAS COKESAY. 

1485, Oct. 28. ROGER LEWKENOR. 

1485, Oct. 28. HENRY HEYDON. 

1485, Oct. 28. REGINALD BRAY. 

1485, Oct. 28. JOHN YERNEY. 

? 1485, Oct. 28. HUGH BRICE (Bryse), mayor of London. 



Eleven knights of the Bath created on the eve of the Coronation of 
Elizabeth, queen of Henry VII., 1487, Nov. 24. 

1487, Nov. 24. WILLIAM COURTENAY, styled lord Courtenay, son of 
and afterwards 19th earl of Devon. 

1487, Nov. 24. EDWARD (SUTTON, alias Dudley), 6th lord Dudley. 

1487, Nov. 24. JOHN or WILLIAM GASCOYNE. 

1487, Nov. 24. THOMAS BUTLER of Warrington. 

1487, Nov. 24. EDWARD BERKELEY. 

1487, Nov. 24. WILLIAM LUCY. 

1487, Nov. 24. THOMAS HUNGERFORD. 

1487, Nov. 24. GUY of Wolston. 

1487, Nov. 24. THOMAS or RICHARD PEMERY (Pomerey). 

1487, Nov. 24. JOHN or RALPH SHELDON. 

1487, Nov. 24. HUGH LUTTRELL. 

1487, Nov. 24. THOMAS PULTENEY. 

1487, Nov. 24. HUGH CONWAY. 

1487, Nov. 24. NICHOLAS LISLEY (Lisle). 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 143 



On the creation of prince Arthur as prince of Wales, 1489, Nov. 29, 
on St. Andrew's eve. 

1489, Nov. 29. ARTHUR, prince of Wales (the King's son). 

1489, Nov. 29. HENRY ALGERNON (PERCY), 6th earl of Northumber- 
land. 

1489, Nov. 29. WILLIAM (FITZ-ALAN), lord Maltravers, afterwards 
23rd earl of Arundel. 

1489, Nov. 29. EICHARD GREY, commonly called lord Grey of 
Ruthyn, son of and afterwards 14th earl of Kent. 

1489, Nov. 29. WILLIAM (STOURTON), 5th lord Stourton. 

1489, Nov. 29. THOMAS WEST, son of and afterwards 9th lord De 
La Warr. 

1489, Nov. 29. JOHN ST. JOHN. 

1489, Nov. 29. HENRY YERNON. 

1489, Nov. 29. JOHN HASTINGS. 

1489, Nov. 29. WILLIAM GRIFFITH. 

1489, Nov. 29. WILLIAM TYNDALL. 

1489, Nov. 29. NICHOLAS MONTGOMERY. 

1489, Nov. 29. WILLIAM UVEDALL. 

1489, Nov. 29. MATTHEW BROWNE. 

1489, Nov. 29. THOMAS DARCY. 

1489, Nov. 29. THOMAS CHENEY. 

1489, Nov. 29. EDMUND GORGES. 

1489, Nov. 29. WALTER DENIS. 

1489, Nov. 29. WILLIAM SCOTT. 

1489, Nov.29. JOHN GUYSE. 



144 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

On the creation of prince Henry as duke of York, 1494, Oct. 31. 

1494, Oct. 31. Prince HENRY, duke of York, afterwards Henry YII I. 

1494, Oct. 31. THOMAS GREY, styled lord Haryngton, son of and 
afterwards 5th marquess of Dorset. 

1494, Oct. 31. HENRY (CLIFFORD), 10th lord Clyfford. 

1494, Oct. 31. JOHN (BOURCHIER), llth lord Fitz Warm. 

1494, Oct. 31. THOMAS (FIENNES), 8th lord Dacre of the South. 

1494, Oct. 31. THOMAS STANLEY, son of lord Strange and grandson 
of and afterwards llth earl of Derby. 

1494, Oct. 31. JOHN ARUNDELL of the West. 

1494, Oct. 31. WALTER GRYFFITH of Lancashire. 

1494, Oct. 31. GERVASE CLIFTON of Yorkshire. 

1494, Oct. 31. EDWARD [EDMOND], TRAFORD. 

1494, Oct. 31. EGBERT HARCOURT or HARDECOURT of the West. 

1494, Oct. 31. HENRY MARNEY of Essex. 

1494, Oct. 31. ROGER NEWBURGH. 

1494, Nov. 1. RALPH RIDER of Yorkshire. 

1494, Nov. 1. THOMAS BAWDE of Harfordshire. 

1494, Nov. 1. JOHN SPEKE. 

1494, Nov. 1. HUMPHREY FULFORD. 

1494, Nov. 1. ROBERT LYTTON, or LITTEN. 

1494, Nov. 1. PIERS EDGECOMBE. 

1494, Nov. 1. ROBERT CLERE. 

1494, Nov. 1. THOMAS FAIRFAX. 

1494, Nov. 1. RICHARD KNIGHTLEY DE FALWESLEY. 

1494, Nov. 1. JOHN (WILLIAM) CHOOKE or CHEOKE. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 145 

On the marriage of Arthur, prince of Wales, 1501, Nov. 14. 

1501, Nov. 14. RICHARD (HASTINGS), 8th lord Willoughby de 
Eresby. 

1501, Nov. 14. JOHN (CLINTON), 7th lord Clinton. 

1501, Nov. 14. GEORGE HASTINGS, son of Edward, 2nd lord Hastings, 
and afterwards 3rd lord Hastings and 18th earl of 
Huntingdon. 

1501, Nov. 14. THOMAS FENYS or FINNIS. 

1501, Nov. 14. GRYFFITHE AP RYS THOMAS. 

1501, Nov. 14. ROBERT CORBET. 

1501, Nov. 14. JOHN WOGAN. 

1501, Nov. 14. THOMAS LAURENCE. 

1501, Nov. 14. HENRY ROGERS. 

1501, Nov. 14. WILLIAM WALGRAVE. 

1501, Nov. 14. WILLIAM SEYMOUR. 

1501, Nov. 14. ROBERT THROGMORTON. 

1501, Nov. 14. JOHN BASSETT. 

1501, Nov. 14. THOMAS GRENEFIELD or GRENVILLE. 

1501, Nov. 14. JOHN ARUNDEL of Trerice. 

1501, Nov. 14. ROGER STRANGE. 

1501, Nov. 14. JOHN SCROPE of Castlecomb. 

1501, Nov. 14. JOHN PAULET. 

1501, Nov. 14. WALTER BASKERVYLE. 

1501, Nov. 14. ROBERT WATERTON. 

1501, Nov. 14. JOHN GYFFORD. 

1501, Nov. 14. JOHN ASTON. 

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146 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1501, Nov. 14. - ASTON. 

1501, Nov. 14. WILLIAM FYLLOLL. 

1501, Nov. 14. THOMAS INGILFIELD. 

1501, Nov. 14. WILLIAM MARTYN. 

1501, Nov. 14. WILLIAM CALLWEY. 

1501, Nov. 14. GEORGE PUTNAM. 

1501, Nov. 14. NICHOLAS BIRON (Byron). 

1501, Nov. 14. THOMAS HAWTE. 

1501, Nov. 14. RICHARD DE LA WARR. 

1501, Nov. 14. ALNATHE MALYVERER. 

1501, Nov. 14. WILLIAM REDE. 

1501, Nov. 14. JOHN TREVELYAN. 

1501, Nov. 14. JOHN (GEORGE) FOSTER. 

1501, Nov. 14. WALTER STRYKELAND. 

1501, Nov. 14. THOMAS LONG. 

1501, Nov. 14. JOHN PHILPOT. 

1501, Nov. 14. JOHN LEE, of Wiltshire. 

1501, Nov. 14. WILLIAM HARTWELL. 

1501, Nov. 14. NICHOLAS GRIFFIN. 

1501, Nov. 14. LANCELOT THYRKYLL. 

1501, Nov. 14. JOHN NORTON. 

1501, Nov. 14. ROGER ORMESTON. 

1501, Nov. 14. GEORGE or GERARD [ ? EDWARD], Fyldenge. 

1501, Nov. 14. THOMAS CURWYN. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 147 

1501, Nov. 14. HUGH LODER. 

1501, Nov. 14. THOMAS SAMPSON. 

1501, Nov. 14. RICHARD FOWLER. 

1501, Nov. 14. THOMAS WOODHOTJSE. 

1501, Nov. 14. PHILIP BOTHE. 

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1501, Nov. 14. JOHN (GEORGE) IWARDBY (Inwardby). 

1501, Nov. 14. HENRY FROWICK. 

1501, Nov. 14. JOHN LEGHE, of Stokewell. 

1501, Nov. 14. WILLIAM ASCUE. 

1501, Nov. 14. THOMAS KEMP. 

1501, Nov. 14. MORGAN KYDWELL. 

1501, Nov. 14. JOHN GYLLOT. 



On the creation of Henry, duke of York (afterwards Henry VIII.) 
as prince of Wales, 1503, Feb. 18* 

1503-4, Feb. 18. JOHN (GREY), 4th viscount Lisle. 

1503-4, Feb. 18. THOMAS (DACRE), 3rd lord Dacre, of the North. 

1503-4, Feb. 18. MYLES BUSSY. 

1503-4, Feb. 18. EDWARD POMERY. 

1503-4, Feb. 18. JOHN MORDAUNT. 

1503-4, Feb. 18. BRIAN STAPILTON. 

1503-4, Feb. 18. RAUFF GRAY. 

1503-4, Feb. 18. JAMES HUBERT. 



* See these eight names repeated as knights of the sword in the list of knights bachelors, infra Vol. ii. p. 34 



148 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

At the Coronation of Henry VIII., 1509, June 23. 

1509, June 23. EGBERT (EADCLIFFE), 10th lord Fitz Walter. 

1509, June 23. HENRY (LE SCROPE), 7th lord Scrope of Bolton. 

1509, June 23. GEORGE (Frrz-HuGH), 7th lord Fitz-Hugh. 

1509, June 23. WILLIAM (BLOUNT), 4th lord Mount joy. 

1509, June 23. HENRY (DAUBENEY), 2nd lord Daubeney. 

1509, June 23. EGBERT (WILLOUGHBY), 2nd lord Willoughby de 
Broke. 

1509, June 23. MORRIS BARKELEY. 

1509, June 23. HENRY CLYFFORD. 

1509, June 23. THOMAS KNEVET (Knyvet). 

1509, June 23. ANDREW WINDSOR. 

1509, June 23. THOMAS PARRE. 

1509, June 23. THOMAS BOLEYN. 

1509, June 23. EICHARD WENTWORTH. 

1509, June 23. HENRY OWTRED. 

1509, June 23. FRANCIS CHENEY. 

1509, June 23. HENRY WYOTTE or WYATT. 

1509, June 23. GEORGE HASTINGS. 

1509, June 23. THOMAS METHAM. 

1509, June 23. GYLES ALLINGTON. 

1509, June 23. JOHN TREVANYON. 

1509, June 23. THOMAS BEDINGFIELD. 

1509, June 23. JOHN SKELTON. 

1509, June 23. WILLIAM CROWMER. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 149 

1509, June 23. JOHN HEYDON of Bakenthorpe. 

1509, June 23. EDWARD or GODARD OXENBRIDGE. 

1509, June 23. HENRY SACKVEYLE or SACHEVERELL. 

1509, June 23. STEPHEN JENYNS, lord mayor of London 1508. 



Knights of the Bath made on the Coronation of Anne Boleyn, queen 
of Henry VIIL, 1533, May 30, on Whit-Sunday, the last 
day of May. 

1533, May 30. HENRY (GREY), 6th marquess of Dorset. 
1533, May 30. EDWARD (STANLEY), 12th earl of Derby. 

1533, May 20. HENRY CLIFFORD, commonly called lord Clifford, 
son of and afterwards 2nd earl of Cumberland. 

1533, May 30. HENRY EATCLIFFE, commonly called lord Fitzwalter, 
son of and afterwards 9th earl of Sussex. 

1533, May 30. FRANCIS HASTINGS, commonly called lord Hastings, 
son of and afterwards 19th earl of Huntingdon. 

1533, May 30. WILLIAM STANLEY, son of and afterwards 3rd lord 
Monteagle. 

1533, May 30. THOMAS (YAUX), 2nd lord Vaux of Harrowden. 
1533, May 30. HENRY PARKER, son of Henry, 10th lord Morley. 

1533, May 30. WILLIAM WINDSOR, son of and afterwards 2nd lord 
Windsor. 

1533, May 30. JOHN MORDAUNT, son of and afterwards 2nd lord 
Mordaunt. 

1533, May 30. FRANCIS WESTON. 

1533, May 30. THOMAS ARUNDELL. 

1533, May 20. JOHN HUDLESTON. 

1533, May 30. THOMAS POYNINGS. 



150 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1533, May 30. HENRY SAVELL. 

1533, May 30. GEORGE FITZ WILLIAMS, of Lincolnshire. 

1533, May 30. JOHN TYNDALL. 

1533, May 30. Sir HENRY (? John) JERMEY. 



On the Coronation of Edward VI., 1547, Feb. 20. 
Knights dubbed by the King on Sunday, the day of his Coronation, 
the 20th of February, being crowned, to the number of 40, 
in lieu of the Bath, which then could not be performed 
according to all ceremonies thereto belonging, the time for 
that purpose being too short. (See infra footnote, Vol. II., 
p. 59). 

1546-7, Feb. 20. HENRY (BRANDON), 5th duke of Suffolk. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. EDWARD (SEYMOUR), 8th earl of Hertford, duke of 
Somerset. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. JOHN (DE VERB), 16th earl of Oxford. 
1546-7, Feb. 20. THOMAS (BUTLER), llth earl of Ormond. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. HENRY (FITZ-ALAN), lord Maltravers [son of the 
earl of Arundel]. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. GEORGE TALBOT, commonly called lord Talbot, son 
of and afterwards 9th earl of Shrewsbury. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. EDWARD [erratum for Henry] STANLEY, commonly 
called lord Strange, son of and afterwards 13th earl of 
Derby. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. WILLIAM SOMERSET, commonly called lord Herbert, 
son of and afterwards 8th earl of Worcester. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. JOHN (DUDLEY), viscount Lisle, son and heir of 
John, 19th earl of Warwick. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. GREGORY (CROMWELL), 1st lord Cromwell. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. HENRY HASTINGS, commonly called lord Hastings, 
son of and afterwards 20th earl of Huntingdon.. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. CHARLES BRANDON, brother of and afterwards 6th 
duke of Suffolk. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 151 

1546-7, Feb. 20. HENRY SCROPE, son of and afterwards 9th lord 
Scrope, of Bolton. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. THOMAS WINDSOR, son and heir to William, 2nd 
lord Windsor. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. FRANCIS EUSSELL. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. ANTHONY BROWNE, son to the Master of the 
Horse. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. EICHARD DEVEREUX. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. HENRY SEYMOUR. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. JOHN GATES. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. ANTHONY COOK, of Essex. 

1546-7, Feb. 20: ALEXANDER UMPTON, of Oxfordshire. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. GEORGE NORTON, of Somersetshire. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. VALENTINE KNIGHTLEY. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. EGBERT LYTTON. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. GEORGE YERNON, of the Peak. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. JOHN PORTE, of Derbyshire. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. THOMAS JOSSELYN. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. EDMUND MOLYNEUX, Sergeant-at-Law, afterwards 
Justice of Common Pleas. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. CHRISTOPHER BARKER, Garter King of Arms. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. JAMES HALES (Hailes or Halles). 

1546-7, Feb. 20. WILLIAM BAPTHORPE (Babthorpe). 

1546-7, Feb. 20. THOMAS BRYKENELL (Brudenall). 

1546-7, Feb. 20. THOMAS NEVILLE, of the Holt. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. ANGELL MAREYN (Marnia, Marian, Marina), an 
Italian from Cremona. 



152 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1546-7, Feb. 20. JOHN HOLCROFTE. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. JOHN CUTTE (Curr or CUYT), of Essex. (See 
infra, Vol. II., p. 63). 

1546-7, Feb. 20. HENRY TYRELL (TERRELL), of Heron. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. WILLIAM SHERRINGTON (Scarrington). 

1546-7, Feb. 20. WIMOND CAREWE. 

1546-7, Feb. 20. WILLIAM SNEATH (Snathe, Smyth). 



Knights of the Bath made prior to the Coronation of queen Mary, 

1553, Sept. 28. 

1553, Sept. 29. EDWARD (COURTENAY), 21st earl of Devon. 

1553, Sept. 29. THOMAS HOWARD, son of and afterwards 15th earl 
of Surrey. 

1553, Sept. 29. HENRY HERBERT, commonly called lord Cardiff, son 
of and afterwards 20th earl of Pembroke. 

1553, Sept. 29. HENRY (NEVILL), 6th lord Abergavenny or 
Bergavenny. 

1553, Sept. 29. HENRY (BERKELEY), 7th lord Berkeley. 
1553, Sept. 29. JOHN (LUMLEY), 6th lord Lumley. 
1553, Sept. 29. JAMES (BLOUNT), 6th lord Mount joy. 

1553, Sept. 29. HENRY CLINTON, son of and afterwards 10th lord 
Clinton. 

1553, Sept. 29. WILLIAM PAULET, son of John, lord St. John, and 
grandson of and afterwards 3rd marquess of Winchester. 

1553, Sept. 29. HUGH RICH, son of Richard, 1st lord Rich. 
1553, Sept. 29. HENRY PAGET, son of and afterwards 2nd lord Paget. 
1553, Sept. 29. HENRY PARKER. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 153 

1553, Sept. 29. ROBERT ROCHESTER, Comptroller of tlie Household. 
1553, Sept. 29. HENRY JERNINGHAM. 
1553, Sept. 29. WILLIAM DORMER. 



Knights of the Bath made at the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth, 

1558-9, Jan. 15. 

1558-9, Jan. 15. JOHN DARCY, 2nd lord Darcy of the North [of 
Darcy and Mainhill]. 

1558-9, Jan. 15. JOHN SHEFFIELD, 2nd lord Sheffield of Butterwicke. 

1558-9, Jan. 15. JOHN (DARCY), 2nd lord Darcy of Chiche. 

1558-9, Jan. 15. ROBERT RICHE. 

1558-9, Jan. 15. ROGER NORTH. 

1558-9, Jan. 15. JOHN DE LA SOUWCHE or ZOUCHE. 

1558-9, Jan. 15. NICHOLAS POYNES (POINTZ). 

1558-9, Jan. 15. JOHN BERKELEY. 

1558-9, Jan. 15. EDWARD UMPTON (UNTON). 

1558-9, Jan. 15. HENRY WESTON. 

1558-9, Jan. 15. GEORGE SPEKE. 



Knights of the Bath made at the Coronation of king James I., 

1603, July 25. 

1603, July 25. PHILIP HERBERT, afterwards 23rd earl of Montgomery. 

1603, July 25. THOMAS BERKELEY, son and heir of Henry, 7th lord 
Berkeley. 

1603, July 25. WILLIAM (EURE), son of and afterwards 4th lord 
Eure. 

1603, July 25. GEORGE WHARTON. 



154 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1603, July 25. ROBERT RICH, afterwards 23rd earl of Warwick. 
1603, July 25. ROBERT CARR, afterwards 6th earl of Somerset. 
1603, July 25. JOHN EGERTON, afterwards earl of Bridgewater. 

1603, July 25. HENRY COMPTON (brother of William, lord Compton, 
who was afterwards 8th earl of Northampton). 

1603, July 25. JOHN ERSKINE (son of earl of Mar), afterwards 
20th earl of Mar. 

1603, July 25. WILLIAM ANSTRUTHER, a Gentleman of the Bed- 
chamber. 

1603, July 25. PATRICK MURRAY, afterwards 3rd earl of Tulli- 
bardine. 

1603, July 25. JAMES (HAY), 7th lord Hay, of Tester. 

1603, July 25. JOHN LINDESAY [of Lothian]. 

1603, July 25. RICHARD PRESTON, afterwards 17th earl of Desmond. 

1603, July 25. OLIVER CROMWELL, of Huntingdonshire. 

1603, July 25. EDWARD STANLEY, of Lancashire. 

1603, July 25. WILLIAM HERBERT, afterwards 1st lord Powis. 

1603, July 25. FULKE GREVILLE, afterwards 1st lord Brooke of 
Beauchamps Court. 

1603, July 25. FRANCIS FANE, afterwards 7th earl of Westmorland. 

1603, July 25. ROBERT CHICHESTER, of Devonshire. 

1603, July 25. ROBERT KNOWLES, of Berkshire. 

1603, July 25. GERVASE or WILLIAM CLIFTON, of Nottinghamshire. 

1603, July 25. FRANCIS FORTESCUE, of Devonshire. 

1603, July 25. EDWARD ( ? RICHARD) CORBET, of Shropshire. 

1603, July 25. EDWARD HERBERT, afterwards 1st lord Herbert, of 
Chirbury. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 155 

1603, July 25. THOMAS LANGTON, of Lancashire. 

1603, July 25. WILLIAM POPE, of Oxfordshire, afterwards 1st earl 
of Downe. 

1603, July 25. ARTHUR HOPTON, of Somerset. 

1603, July 25. CHARLES MORISON or MORYSON, of Hertfordshire. 

1603, July 25. FRANCIS LEIGH, of Warwickshire, afterwards 1st earl 
of Chichester. 

1603, July 25. EDWARD MONTAGU, afterwards 1st lord Montagu, of 
Boughton. 

1603, July 25. EDWARD STANHOPE, of Yorkshire. 

1603, July 25. PBTER MANWOOD, of Kent. 

1603, July 25. ROBERT HARLEY, of Herefordshire. 

1603, July 25. THOMAS STRICKLAND, of Yorkshire. 

1603, July 25. CHRISTOPHER HATTON, of Northamptonshire. 

1603, July 25. EDWARD GRIFFIN, of Northamptonshire. 

1603, July 25. EGBERT BEVILL, of Huntingdonshire. 

1603, July 25. WILLIAM WELBY, of Lincoln. 

1603, July 25. EDWARD HARWELL, of Worcestershire. 

1603, July 25. JOHN MALLET, of Somersetshire. 

1603, July 25. WALTER ASTON, of Staffordshire, afterwards 1st lord 
Aston of Forf ar. 

1603, July 25. HENRY GAWDY, of Essex. 

1603, July 25. RICHARD MUSGRAVE, of Westmorland. 

1603, July 25. THOMAS LEEDS, of Suffolk. 

1603, July 25. JOHN STOWELL, of Somersetshire. 

1603, July 25. RICHARD AMCOTES, of Lincolnshire. 



156 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1603, July 25. THOMAS JERMYN, of Norfolk. 

1603, July 25. EALPH HARE, of Norfolk. 

1603, July 25. WILLIAM FORSTER, of Buckinghamshire. 

1603, July 25. GEORGE SPEKE, of Somersetshire. 

1603, July 25. GEORGE HYDE, of Berkshire. 

1603, July 25. ANTHONY FELTON, of Suffolk. 

1603, July 25. WILLIAM BROWNE, of Northamptonshire. 

1603, July 25. THOMAS WISE, of Essex. 

1603, July 25. EGBERT CHAMBERLAINE, of Oxfordshire. 

1603, July 25. ANTHONY PALMER, of Suffolk. 

1603, July 25. EDWARD HERON, of Lincolnshire. 

1603, July 25. HENRY (? THOMAS) BURTON, of Surrey. 

1603, July 25. EGBERT BARKER, of Suffolk. 

1603, July 25. WILLIAM NORRIS, of Lancashire. 

1603, July 25. EOGER BODENHAM, of Herefordshire. 



Knights of the Bath made on the creation of prince Charles (after- 
wards Charles I.) as duke of York, 16045, Jan. 5-6. 

1604-5, Jan. 6. CHARLES, duke of York and Albany, afterwards 
Charles I. 

1604-5, Jan. 6. EGBERT BERTIE, 12th lord Willoughby de Ereshy, 
afterwards 1st earl of Lindesey. 

1604r-5, Jan. 6. WILLIAM COMPTON, commonly called lord Compton, 
afterwards 8th earl of Northampton. 

1604-5, Jan. 6. GREY (BRYDGES), 5th lord Chandos. 

1604-5, Jan. 6. FRANCIS (NORRIS), 2nd lord Norris, afterwards 1st 
earl of Berkshire. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 157 

1604-5, Jan. 6. WILLIAM CECIL, afterwards 15tli earl of Salisbury. 

1604-5, Jan. 6. ALLAN PERCY, brother of Henry, earl of North- 
umberland. 

1604-5, Jan. 6. FRANCIS MANNERS, afterwards 7th earl of Rutland. 

1604-5, Jan. 6. FRANCIS CLIFFORD, brother of and afterwards 4th 
earl of Cumberland. 

1604-5, Jan. 6. THOMAS SOMERSET, afterwards viscount Somerset, 
of Cashel, in Ireland. 

1604-5, Jan. 6. THOMAS HOWARD, afterwards 2nd earl of Berkshire. 

1604-5, Jan. 6. JOHN HARRINGTON, son of and afterwards 2nd lord 
Harrington of Exton. 



Knights of the Bath made on the creation of prince Henry as prince 
of Wales, at Durham House, 1610, June 2 (? 4). 

1610, June 2 (?4). HENRY (DE YERE), 18th earl of Oxford. 

1610, June 2. GEORGE GORDON, commonly called lord Gordon, 
afterwards 2nd marquess of Huntley. 

1610, June 2. HENRY CLIFFORD, styled lord Clifford, afterwards 5th 
earl of Cumberland. 

1610, June 2. HENRY RATCLIFFE, commonly called lord Fitzwalter 
[son and heir to the earl of Sussex]. 

1610, June 2. EDWARD (BOURCHIER), lord FitzWarine, afterwards 
5th earl of Bath. 

1610, June 2. FRANCIS [sic : erratum for JAMES] HAY, commonly 
called lord Hay, afterwards 2nd earl of Carlisle. 

1610, June 2. JAMES ERSKINE, commonly called lord Erskine (son 
of earl of Mar), and afterwards 18th earl of Buchan. 

1610, June 2. THOMAS (WINDSOR), 6th lord Windsor. 

1610, June 2. THOMAS (WENTWORTII), 4th lord Wentworth, after- 
wards 1st earl 01 Cleveland. 



158 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1610, June 2. CHARLES SOMERSET, 3rd son of Edward, earl of 
Worcester. 

1610, June 2. EDWARD SOMERSET, 4th son of Edward, earl of 
Worcester. 

1610, June 2. THOMAS RATCLIFFE, 2nd son of earl of Sussex. 
1610, June 2. FRANCIS STUART, son of earl of Moray. 

1610, June 2. WILLIAM STEWART, son of and afterwards 2nd lord 
Blantyre. 

1610, June 2. FERDINANDO SUTTON, son of Edward, lord Dudley. 

1610, June 2. HENRY CAREY, afterwards 4th Lord Hunsdon and 
1st earl of Dover. 

1610, June 2. OLIVER ST. JOHN, commonly called lord St. John, 
afterwards 1st earl of Bolingbroke. 

1610, June 2. GILBERT GERARD, son of and afterwards 2nd lord 
Gerard. 

1610, June 2. CHARLES STANHOPE, son of and afterwards 2nd lord 
Stanhope of Harrington. 

1610, June 2. EDWARD BRUCE, son of and afterwards 2nd lord 
Kinlosse. 

1610, June 2. EGBERT SYDNEY, commonly called lord Sydney, 
afterwards 12th earl of Leicester. 

1610, June 2. FERDINANDO TOUCHET, second son of George, lord 
Audley. 

1610, June 2. PEREGRINE BERTIE, brother of Robert, 12th lord 
Willoughby de Eresby. 

1610, June 2. HENRY RICH, afterwards 1st earl of Holland. 
1610, June 2. EDWARD SHEFFIELD (son of lord Sheffield). 

1610, June 2. WILLIAM CAVENDISH, afterwards 1st duke of New- 
castle. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 159 



Knights of the Bath made on the creation of Charles, duke of York 
(afterwards Charles I.) as prince of Wales, at Whitehall, 
1616, Nov. 3 (? 4). 



1616, Nov. 3 (?4). JAMES HOWARD, commonly called lord 
Maltravers, son of Thomas, earl of Arundel. 

1616, Nov. 3. ALGERNON PERCY, commonly called lord Percy, 
afterwards llth earl of Northumberland. 

1616, Nov. 3. JAMES WRIOTHESLEY, commonly called lord Wriothes- 
iey, son of Henry, earl of Southampton. 

1616, Nov. 3. THEOPHILUS CLINTON, commonly called lord Clinton, 
afterwards 16th earl of Lincoln. 

1616, Nov. 3. EDWARD SEYMOUR, lord Beauchamp, grandson of 
Edward, 9th earl of Hertford. 

1616, Nov. 3. GEORGE BERKELEY, 8th lord Berkeley. 

1616, Nov. 3. JOHN (MORDAUNT), 5th lord Mordaunt, afterwards 
1st earl of Peterborough. 

1616, Nov. 3. ALEXANDER (ERSKINE), master of Fentoun or vis- 
count of Fentoun, son of Thomas, who was afterwards 
1st earl of Kellie. 

1616, Nov. 3. HENRY FREDERICK HOWARD, afterwards 27th earl of 
Arundel. 

1616, Nov. 3. EGBERT HOWARD, 3rd or 5th son of Thomas, earl of 
Suffolk. 

1616, Nov. 3. EDWARD SACKVILLE, afterwards 7th earl of Dorset. 

1616, Nov. 3. WILLIAM HOWARD, 4th or 6th son of Thomas, earl of 
Suffolk. 

1616, Nov. 3. EDWARD HOWARD, 5th or 7th son of Thomas, earl of 
Suffolk. 

1616, Nov. 3. WILLIAM SEYMOUR, afterwards 1st marques of 
Hertford. 



160 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1616, Nov. 3. MONTAGU BERTIE, afterwards 2nd earl of Lindsey. 

1616, Nov. 3. WILLIAM STOURTON, afterwards llth lord Stourton. 

1616, Nov. 3. HENRY PARKER, afterwards 6th lord Monteagle. 

1616, Nov. 3. DUDLEY NORTH, afterwards 4th lord North. 

1616, Nov. 3. WILLIAM SPENCER, afterwards 2nd lord Spencer. 

1616, Nov. 3. SPENCER COMPTON, afterwards 9th earl of Northampton. 

1616, Nov. 3. EOWLAND ST. JOHN, brother to Oliver, lord St. John. 

1616, Nov. 3. JOHN CAVENDISH, 2nd son of William, earl of 
Devonshire. 

1616, Nov. 3. THOMAS NEVILL, son of Edward, lord Abergavenny. 

1616, Nov. 3. JOHN ROPER, afterwards 3rd lord Teynham. 

1616, Nov. 3. JOHN NORTH, brother of Dudley, lord North. 

1616, Nov. 3. HENRY CAREY, afterwards 1st viscount of Falkland. 



Knights of the Bath made at the Coronation of Charles 7., 1625-6, 

Feb. 1. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. GEORGE FEILDING, viscount Callan, afterwards 
18th earl of Desmond. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. JAMES STANLEY, commonly called lord Strange, 
afterwards 16th earl of Derby. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. CHARLES CECIL, commonly called viscount Cran- 
borne, son of William, earl of Salisbury. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. CHARLES HERBERT, commonly called lord Herbert 
of Shurland, son of Philip, earl of Montgomery. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. ROBERT R/ICH, commonly called lord Rich, after- 
wards 24th earl of Warwick. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. JAMES HAY, commonly called lord Hay, afterwards 
3rd earl of Carlisle. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 161 

1625-6, Feb. 1. BASIL FIELDING, commonly called viscount- 
Fielding, afterwards 2nd earl of Denbigh. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. OLIVER ST. JOHN, commonly called lord St. John, 
son of Oliver, earl of Bolingbroke. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. MILDMAY FANE, commonly called lord Burghersh, 
afterwards 8th earl of Westmorland. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. HENRY PATTLET, commonly called lord Henry 
Paulet, son of William, marquess of Winchester. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. EDWARD MONTAGU, afterwards 2nd earl of Man- 
chester. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. JOHN CAREY, afterwards 2nd earl of Dover. 
1625-6, Feb. 1. CH'ARLES HOWARD, afterwards 3rd earl of Berkshire. 
1625-6, Feb. 1. WILLIAM HOWARD, son of Thomas, earl of Arundel. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. EGBERT STANLEY, 2nd son of William, 15th earl of 
Derby. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. PAWLET ST. JOHN, 2nd son of Oliver, earl of 
Bolingbroke. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. FRANCIS FANE, 2nd son of Francis, earl of 
Westmoreland. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. JAMES HOWARD, afterwards llth earl of Suffolk. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. WILLIAM CAVENDISH, afterwards 4th earl of 
Devonshire. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. THOMAS WENT WORTH, afterwards 5th lord Went- 
worth. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. WILLIAM PAGET, afterwards 6th lord Paget. 
1625-6, Feb. 1. WILLIAM EUSSELL, afterwards 4th duke of Bedford. 

1625-6. Feb. 1. HENRY STANHOPE, son of Philip, lord Stanhope of 
Shelford. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. EICHARD VAUGHAN, afterwards 2nd earl of Carbery. 
11 



162 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1625-6, Feb. 1. CHRISTOPHER NEVILLE, 2nd son of Edward, lord 
Abergavenny. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. ROGER BERTIE, 2nd son of Eobert, lord Willoughby 
de Eresby. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. THOMAS WHARTON, 2nd son of Thomas, lord 
Wharton. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. ST. JOHN BLUNT or BLOUNT, brother of Mountjoy, 
lord Mountjoy. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. RALPH (ST.) CLARE, of Worcestershire, the king's 
servant of the Privy Chamber. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. JOHN MAYNARD (brother to lord Maynard), the 
king's servant of the Privy Chamber. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. FRANCIS CAREW, of Devonshire, the king's servant 
of the Privy Chamber. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. JOHN BYRON, of Nottinghamshire, the king's 
servant of the Privy Chamber. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. ROGER PALMER, Master of the Household. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. HENRY EDMONDS, son of the Treasurer of the 
Household. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. RALPH HOPTON, of Somersetshire. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. WILLIAM BROOKE, of Kent. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. ALEXANDER RATCLIFFE, of Lancashire. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. EDWARD SCOTT, of Kent. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. CHRISTOPHER HATTON, of Northampton. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. THOMAS SACKVILLE, of Sussex. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. JOHN MUNSON, or MONSON, of Lancashire, son of 
Sir Thomas Munson. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. PETER WENTWORTH, of Oxfordshire. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. JOHN BUTLER, of Hertfordshire. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. EDWARD HUNGERFORD, of Wiltshire. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. RICHARD LEWSON, of Kent. 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 163 

1625-6, Feb. 1. NATHANIEL BACON*, of Culford, in Suffolk. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. ROBERT POYNTZ, of Gloucestershire. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. EGBERT BEVILL, of Huntingdonshire. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. GEORGE SANDES, of Kent. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. THOMAS SMITH, or SMYTHE, afterwards 1st viscount 
Strangford. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. THOMAS FANSHAWE, of Warparke, in Hertfordshire. 
1625-6, Feb. 1. MILES HOBART, of Plumstead, in Norfolk. 
1625-6, Feb. 1. HENRY HART, of Kent, son of Sir Percival Hart. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. FRANCIS CAREW, alias THROGMORTON, of Bedington, 
Surrey. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. JOHN BACCUS, or BACKHOUSE, of Berkshire. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. MATTHEW MONINS, of Kent. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. JOHN STOWELL, or STAWELL, of Somersetshire. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. JOHN JENNINGS, of Hertfordshire. 

1625-6, Feb. 1. STEPHEN HARVEY, of Northampton, son of Justice 
Harvey. 

Knights of the Bath made with prince Charles as preparatory to his 
receiving the Order of the Garter, 1638, May 21 (? 22). 

1638, May 21. Prince CHARLES, afterwards Charles II. 

1638, May 21. ROBERT (DEVEREUX), 20th earl of Essex. 

1638, May 21. ULICK (BOURKE), 2nd earl of St. Albans. 

1638, May 21. ROBERT (BRUCE), 1st earl of Elgin. 

1638, May 21. WILLIAM (VILLIERS), 2nd viscount Grandison. 



Knights of the Bath made at the Coronation of Charles II., 

1661, Apr. 23. 

1661, Apr. 23. EDWARD CLINTON, commonly called Lord Clinton, 
afterwards 17th earl of Lincoln. 

1661, Apr. 23. JOHN EGERTON, commonly called lord Brackley, 
afterwards 4th earl of Bridgewater. 

1661, Apr. 23. PHILIP HERBERT, 2nd son of Philip, earl of Pembroke 
and Montgomery. 



164 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1661, Apr. 23. WILLIAM EGERTON, 2nd son of John, earl of 
Bridgewater. 

1661, Apr. 23. YERE FANE, afterwards 10th earl of Westmorland. 
1661, April 23. CHARLES BERKELEY, afterwards 2nd earl of Berkeley . 

1661, Apr. 23. HENRY BELASYSE, son and heir apparent of John, 
who was afterwards 1st lord Belasyse. 

1661, April 23. HENRY HYDE, afterwards 2nd earl of Clarendon. 

1661, Apr. 23. ROWLAND BELLASYSE, brother to Thomas, viscount 
Fauconberg. 

1661, Apr. 23. HENRY CAPELL, 2nd son of Arthur, earl of Essex. 
1661, Apr. 23. JOHN YAUGHAN, 2nd son of earl of Carbery. 

1661, Apr. 23. CHARLES STANLEY, grandson of Charles, 17th ear) 
of Derby. 

1661, Apr. 23. FRANCIS FANE, grandson of the late earl of 
Westmorland. 

1661, Apr. 23. HENRY FANE, grandson of the late earl of 
Westmorland. 

1661, Apr. 23. Sir WILLIAM PORTMAN, bart. 
1661, Apr. 23. Sir RICHARD TEMPLE, bart. 

1661, Apr. 23. Sir WILLIAM DUCIE, bart., afterwards 1st viscount 
Downe. 

1661, Apr. 23. Sir THOMAS TREVOR, bart. 
1661, Apr. 23. Sir JOHN SCUDAMORE, bart. 
1661, Apr. 23. Sir WILLIAM GARDINER, bart. 

1661, Apr. 23. CHARLES CORNWALLIS, afterwards 2nd lord Corn- 
wallis. ^ 

1661, Apr. 23. JOHN NICHOLAS, son of Sir Edward Nicholas, 
Secretary of State. 

1661, Apr. 23. JOHN MONSON. 

1661, Apr. 23. BOURCHIER WREY (Wray). 



KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 165 

1661, Apr. 23. JOHN COVENTRY. 

1661, Apr. 23. EDWARD HUNGERFORD. 

1661, Apr. 23. JOHN KNYVET (KNEVET). 

1661, Apr. 23. PHILIP BUTLER. 

1661, Apr. 23. ADRIAN SCROOPE. 

1661, Apr. 23. EICHARD KNIGHTLEY. 

1661, Apr. 23. HENRY HERON. 

1661, Apr. 23. JOHN LEWKENOR. 

1661, Apr. 23. GEORGE BROWNE. 

1661, Apr. 23. WILLIAM TERRINGHAM, or TIRINGHAM 

1661, Apr. 23. FRANCIS GODOLPHIN. 

1661, Apr. 23. EDWARD BAYNTON. 

1661, Apr. 23. GREVILL VERNEY. 

1661, Apr. 23. EDWARD HARLEY. 

1661, Apr. 23. EDWARD WALPOLE. 

1661, Apr. 23. FRANCIS POPHAM. 

1661, Apr. 23. EDWARD WISE. 

1661, Apr. 23. CHRISTOPHER CALTHORPE. 

1661, Apr. 23. E/ICHARD EDGCUMBE. 

1661, Apr. 23. WILLIAM BROMLEY. 

1661, Apr. 23. THOMAS BRIDGES. 

1661, Apr. 23. THOMAS FANSHAWE. 

1661, Apr. 23. JOHN DENHAM. 

1661, Apr. 23. NICHOLAS BACON. 



166 KNIGHTS OF THE BATH 

1661, Apr. 23. JAMES ALTHAM. 

1661, Apr. 23. THOMAS WINDY, or WENDY. 

1661, Apr. 23. JOHN BRAMPSTON. 

1661, Apr. 23. GEORGE FREEMAN. 

1661, Apr. 23. NICHOLAS SLANING. 

1661, Apr. 23. EICHARD INGOLDSBY. 

1661, Apr. 23. JOHN EOLLES. 

1661, Apr. 23. EDWARD HEATH. 

1661, Apr. 23. WILLIAM MORLEY. 

1661, Apr. 23. JOHN BENNET. 

1661, Apr. 23. HUGH SMITH. 

1661, Apr. 23. SIMON LEECH. 

1661, Apr. 23. HENRY CHESTER. 

1661, Apr. 23. EGBERT ATKINS. 

1661, Apr. 23. EGBERT GAYER or GAYRE. 

1661, Apr. 23. EICHARD POWLE. 

1661, Apr. 23. HUGH DARCY or DUCIE. 

1661, Apr. 23. STEPHEN HALES. 

1661, Apr. 23. EALPH BASH. 

1661, Apr. 23. THOMAS WHITMORE. 



fl&ost Honourable rber 
of the Batb. 



The Most Honourable Order of the 

Bath. 



SOVEBEIGNS. 
See list of sovereigns given seriatim under the Order of the Garter. 



GBAND MASTERS and (subsequently) First and Principal 
Knights Grand Cross. 

1725, May 27. JOHN (MONTAGU), 2nd duke of Montagu. Died 1749, 
July 16. 

1767, Dec. 30. Prince FREDERICK, of Brunswick Liineburg, after- 
wards duke of York. Died 1827, Jan. 5. 

1827. WILLIAM HENRY, duke of Clarence. Succeeded as Sovereign 
as William IY., in 1830, June 26. 

1837, Dec. 16. AUGUSTUS FREDERICK, duke of Sussex. Died 1843, 
Apr. 21. 

1843, May 31. FRANCIS ALBERT AUGUSTUS CHARLES EMANUEL, prince 
Consort. Died 1861, Dec. 14. 

1897, June 22. ALBERT EDWARD, prince of Wales. Succeeded as 
Sovereign of the Order as Edward VII., in 1901, Jan. 22. 

1901, Feb. 26. ARTHUR WILLIAM PATRICK ALBERT, duke of 
Connaught and Streathearn. 



ORDER REVIVED BY GEORGE L, 1725, MAT 18. 

Original Knights Companions (K.B.) invested May 27, and installed 

June 17. 

1725, May 27. Prince WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, 2nd son of George, 
prince of Wales, and grandson of George I., afterwards duke 
of Cumberland. Installed by proxy. 

1725, May 27. JOHN (MONTAGU), 2nd duke of Montagu (Great 
Master). 

1725, May 27. CHARLES (LENNOX), 7th duke of Richmond (not 
invested). Knighted by the Grand Master. Installed by 
proxy. 

1725, May 27. WILLIAM (MONTAGU), 2nd duke of Manchester. 

1725, May 27. CHARLES BEAUCLERK, commonly called earl of 
Burf ord, afterwards 2nd duke of Saint Albans. 

1725, May 27. JOHN (SYDNEY), 17th earl of Leicester. 

1725, May 27. WILLIAM ANNE (Van Keppel), 14th earl of Albemarle. 

1725, May 27. HENRY (SCOTT), 1st earl of Deloraine. 

1725, May 27. GEORGE (MONTAGUE), 2nd earl of Halifax. 

1725, May 27. TALBOT (ELVERTON), 17th earl of Sussex. 

1725, May 27. THOMAS (FERMOR), 1st earl of Pomfret. 

1725, May 27. NASSAU PAULET, commonly called Lord Nassau 
Paulet, son of Charles, 3rd duke of Bolton. 

1725, May 27. Adm. GEORGE (BYNG), 1st viscount Torrington. 

1725, May 27. GEORGE CHOLMONDELEY, commonly called viscount 
Malpas, afterwards 3rd earl of Cholmondeley. 

1725, May 27. JOHN CAMPBELL, commonly called viscount Glenorchy, 
afterwards 3rd earl of Breadalbane. Knighted in Denmark. 
Installed by proxy. 

1725, May 27. JOHN (WEST), lord De la Warr, afterwards 1st earl 
De la Warr. 

1725, May 27. HUGH (FORTESCUE), 13th lord Clinton, afterwards 
1st earl Clinton. 

1725, May 27. ROBERT (WALPOLE), lord Walpole, afterwards 2nd 
earl of Orford. 

1725, May 27. The Honourable SPENCER COMPTON, afterwards earl 
of Wilmington (quitted for the Garter 1733, Aug.). 

1725, May 27. WILLIAM STANHOPE, 2nd son of Philip, earl of 
Chesterfield. 



168 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1725, May 27. CONIERS D'AncY, uncle of Robert, earl of Holder- 
nesse. 

1725, May 27. THOMAS LUMLEY-SAUNDERSON, afterwards 3rd earl 
of Scarbrough. 

1725, May 27. PAUL METHUEN. 

1725, May 27. EGBERT WALPOLE, afterwards 1st earl of Orford 
(quitted for the Garter 1726). 

1725, May 27. ROBERT SUTTON. 

1725, May 27. Lieut. Gen. CHARLES WILLS (Willis). 

1725, May 27. Sir JOHN HOBART, bart., afterwards earl of Bucking- 
hamshire. 

1725, May 27. Sir WILLIAM GAGE, bart. 

1725, May 27. ROBERT CLIFTON, son of Sir Gervase Clifton, bart. 

1725, May 27. MICHAEL NEWTON (afterwards bart.). 

1725, May 27. WILLIAM YONGE, afterwards bart. 

1725, May 27. THOMAS WATSON- WENTWORTH, afterwards 1st 
marquess of Rockingham. 

1725, May 27. JOHN MONSON, afterwards 1st lord Monson. 

1725, May 27. WILLIAM MORGAN, of Tredegar. 

1725, May 27. THOMAS COKE, afterwards 19th earl of Leicester. 

1725, May 27. WILLIAM (O'BRIEN), 4th earl of Inchiquin. Invested 
1725, May 28. Installed June 15. 

1725, May 27. JOHN (BROWNLOW), 1st viscount Tyrconnell. Invested 
1725, May 28. Installed June 15. 



(Dates of Investiture.) 

1732, Jan. 12. HENRY BRYDGES, commonly called marquess of 
Carnarvon, afterwards 2nd duke of Chandos. Installed 
June 30. 

1732, Jan. 12. WILLIAM (BATEMAN), 1st viscount Bateman. Installed 
June 30. 

1732, Jan. 12. Sir GEORGE DOWNING, bart. Installed June 30. 



K. B. 169 

1732, Jan. 17. CHARLES GUNTER NICOLL. Installed June 30. 

Date of nomination 

1742, June 26. Sir THOMAS ROBINSON, bart., afterwards 1st lord 

Grantham. Invested at Yienna Dee. 8. Installed 1744, 
Oct. 20. 

1743, July 12. Lieut. Gen. PHILIP HONYWOOD. Installed 1744, 

Oct. 20. 

1743, July 12. The Hon. JAMES CAMPBELL, Lieut. Gen., second son 
of the earl of Loudoun. Installed 1744, Oct. 20. 

1743, July 12. Lieut. Gen. JOHN COPE. Installed 1744, Oct. 20. 

1743, July 12. Sir JOHN Louis LIGONIER, afterwards earl Ligonier. 

Installed 1744, Oct. 20. 

Date of investiture 

1744, May 28. RICHARD (Fixz WILLIAM), 6th viscount Fitzwilliam 

of Meryon.* Installed Oct. 20. 

1744, May 28. THOMAS WHITMORE. Installed Oct. 20. 
1744, May 28. HENRY CALTHORPE. Installed Oct. 20. 

1744, May 28. Sir WILLIAM MORDEN HARBORD, bart. Installed 
Oct. 20. 

1744, May 28. CHARLES HANBURY WILLIAMS. Installed Oct. 20. 
1747, May 29. R. Adm. PETER WARREN. Installed 1749, June 26. 

1747, Nov. 14. V. Adm. EDWARD HAWKE, afterwards 1st Lord 
Hawke. Installed by proxy 1749, June 26. 

1749, May 2. The Hon. CHARLES HOWARD, Lieut. Gen., brother 
of Henry, earl of Carlisle. Installed 1749, June 26. 

1749, May 2. Maj. Gen. CHARLES ARMAND POWLETT. Installed 
1749, June 26. 

1749, May 2. Maj. Gen. JOHN MORDAUNT. Installed 1749, June 26. 

1749, May 2. JOHN SAVILE, afterwards 1st earl of Mexborough. 
Installed 1749, June 26. 

1752, Mar. 12. RICHARD (ONSLOW), 3rd lord Onslow. Installed 

1753, Dec. 27. 

1753, Aug. 27. The Hon. EDWARD WALPOLE, 2nd son of Robert, 

1st earl of Orford. Installed Dec. 27. 



170 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1753, Aug. 27. Lieut. Gen. CHARLES POWLETT, afterwards 5th duke 
of Bolton. Installed Dec. 27. 

1753, Aug. 27. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. RICHARD LYTTELTON, brother 
of George, lord Lyttelton. Installed Dec. 27. 

1753, Aug. 27. EDWARD HUSSEY-MONTAGU, afterwards earl of 
Beaulieu. Installed Dec. 27. 

1753, Dec. 12. Adm. WILLIAM ROWLEY. Installed Dec. 27. 

1754, Sept. 23. BENJAMIN KEENE. Nominated Aug. 17. Invested 

Sept. 23 at Madrid by the king of Spain. Not installed. 

1756, Nov. 27. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM BLAKENEY, afterwards lord 
Blakeney. Installed by proxy 1761, May 26. 

1761, Mar. 23. JOHN (PROBY), 1st lord Carysfort. Installed May 26. 

1761, Mar. 23. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. JOSEPH YORKE, afterwards 
lord Dover. Installed May 26. 

1761, Mar. 23. Sir JAMES GRAY, bart. Appointed Mar. 23 ; installed 
by proxy May 26; invested at Naples by king Ferdinand 
June 6. 

1761, Mar. 23. Sir WILLIAM BEAUCHAMP PROCTOR, bart. Installed 
by proxy May 26. 

1761, Mar. 23. Sir JOHN GIBBONS, bart. Installed May 26. 

Date of nomination 

1761, Mar. 23. Adm. GEORGE POCOCK. Invested May 6. Installed 
May 26. 

1761, Mar. 23. Maj. Gen. Sir JEFFERY AMHERST, afterwards 1st 
lord Amherst. Invested at Staten Island, in North America, 
by Maj. Gen. Monckton, Oct. 25. Installed by proxy May 26. 

Date of investiture 

1761, Mar. 23. Maj. Gen. JOHN GRIFFIN GRIFFIN, afterwards 4th 
lord Howard de Walden. Installed by proxy May 26. 

1761, Mar. 23. FRANCIS BLAKE DELAVAL. Installed May 26. 
1761, Mar. 23. CHARLES FREDERICK. Installed May 26. 
1761, Mar. 26. GEORGE WARREN. Installed May 26. 

Date of nomination 

1761, May 16. V. Adm. CHARLES SAUNDERS. Invested at Gibraltar 
by Maj. Gen. Parslow, July 6. Installed by proxy May 26. 



K. B. 171 

Date of investiture 

1764, Jan. 16. CHARLES COOTE, afterwards 5th earl of Bellomont. 
Invested by the Lord Lieutenant at Dublin Castle. Installed 
1772, June 15. 

1764, Apr. 24. Maj. Gen. EGBERT (CLIVE), 1st lord Clive. Installed 

1772, June 15. 

1765, Dec. 13. ANDREW MITCHELL. Not installed. 

1765, Dec. 27. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM DRAPER. Installed 1772, June 15. 

1767, Dec. 30. Prince FREDERICK, of Brunswick-Liineburg, Bishop 

of Osnaburgh, afterwards duke of York. Nominated First 
and Principal Companion. Installed by proxy 1772, 
June 15. 

1768, Oct. 25. Sir HORATIO MANN, bart. Invested at Florence by 

the grand duke of Tuscany. Installed by proxy, 1772, 
June 15. 

1770, May 18. ROBERT (KNIGHT), 1st earl of Catherlough. Not 
installed. 

1770, May 18. Y. Adm. Sir JOHN MOORE, bart. Installed by proxy 
1772, June 15. 

Date of nomination 

1770, June 28. R. Adm. Sir JOHN LINDSAY, bart. Invested by the 
Nabob of the Carnatic, near Madras, 1771, Mar. 11. In- 
stalled 1772, June 15. 

1770, June 28. Maj. Gen. EYRE COOTE. Invested 1771, Aug. 30. 

Installed 1772, June 15. 

Date of investiture 

1771, Feb. 18. Lieut. Gen. CHARLES MONTAGU. Installed 1772, 

June 15. 

1771, Feb. 18. RALPH PAYNE, afterwards lord Lavington. Installed 
by proxy 1772, June 15. 

Date of nomination 

1771, Feb. 18. WILLIAM LYNCH. Invested at Turin Mar. 11. 

Installed 1772, June 15. 

Date of investiture 

1772, Jan. 15. Sir CHARLES HOTHAM (afterwards Hotham-Thomp- 

son), bart. Installed June 15. 

1772, Jan. 15. WILLIAM HAMILTON. Installed June 15. 



172 ORDER OF THE BATH 

Date of nomination 

1772, Feb. 29. Lieut. Col. ROBERT MURRAY KEITH. Nominated a 
supernumerary knight. Succeeded as an ordinary knight 
on the death of the earl of Caterlough. Installed by proxy 
June 15. 

1772, May 29. Et. Hon. Sir G-EORGE MACARTNEY, afterwards earl 

Macartney. Invested at Dublin, June 25. Installed by 
proxy June 15. 

Date of investiture 

1773, Feb. 22. Lieut. Gen. JAMES ADOLPHUS OUGHTON. Installed 

by proxy 1779, May 19. 

Date of nomination 

1773, June 2. EGBERT GUNNING, afterwards bart. Invested at St. 

Petersburg by the empress of Eussia, July 9. Installed 
by proxy 1779, May 19. 

Date of investiture 

1774, Aug. 3. Lieut. Gen. Sir GEORGE HOWARD, bart. Installed 

1779, May 19. 

1774, Aug. 3. Lieut. Col. Et. Hon. JOHN BLAQUIERE, afterwards 1st 

lord de Blaquiere. Installed 1779, May 19. 

1775, Feb. 3. WILLIAM GORDON. Installed 1779, May 19. 

1775, Dec. 15. Lieut. Gen. Et. Hon. JOHN IRWINE. Installed 1779, 

May 22. 

Date of nomination 

1776, July 6. Gen. GUY CARLETON, afterwards 1st lord Dorchester. 

Installed 1779, May 19. 

1776, Oct. 13. Maj. Gen. the Hon. WILLIAM HOWE, afterwards 5th 
viscount Howe. Invested at New York by viscount Howe, 
1777, Jan. 18. Installed 1779, May 19. 

1776, Nov. 9. Lieut. Gen. JOHN CLAVERING. Invested by himself 

at Calcutta, 1777, June 30. Not installed. 

Date of investiture. 

1777, Apr. 11. Maj. Gen. HENRY CLINTON. A supernumerary 

knight till the death of the earl of Inchiquin in July 
following. Installed by proxy 1779, May 19. 

1778, Dec. 9. E. Adm. EDWARD HUGHES. Installed by proxy 1779, 

May 19. 

Date of nomination 

1779, Feb. 24. JAMES HARRIS, afterwards 1st earl of Malmesbury. 

Invested by the . Empress of Eussia at St. Petersburg, 
Mar. 21. Installed by proxy May 19. 



K. B. 173 

1779, Mar. 23. Maj. Gen. HECTOR MONRO. Invested by the nabob 
of Arcot, near Madras, Oct. 13. Installed by proxy May 19. 

Date of investiture 

1779, May 5. RANDALL WILLIAM (MACDONNELL), 6th earl, after- 

wards 1st marquess of Antrim. Installed 1779, May 19. 

Date of nomination 

1780, Nov. 13. THOMAS WROTJGHTON. Invested at Stockholm by 

the king of Sweden, Dec. 5. Not installed. 

1780, Nov. 13. Lieut. Gen. RICHARD PIERSON. Invested Nov. 13. 
Not installed. 

1780, Nov. 14. Adm. Sir GEORGE BRYDGES RODNEY, bart., after- 

wards 1st Lord Rodney. A supernumerary knight till the 
death of Sir Richard Pierson in 1781, Feb. Installed 1788, 
May. 19. 

Date of investiture 

1781, Dec. 17. Lieut. Gen. EDWARD (LIGONIER), 1st earl Ligonier. 

Died before installation. 

1782, May 29. Capt. JOHN JERVIS, afterwards earl of St. Vincent. 

Installed 1788, May 19. 

Date of nomination 

1783, Jan. 8. The Hon. GEORGE AUSGUSTUS ELLIOTT, afterwards 

1st lord Heathfield. Invested at Gibraltar by Lieut. Gen. 
Boyd, 1783, Apr. 23. Installed 1788, May 19. 

Date of investiture 

1783, Jan. 8. Lieut. Gen. CHARLES GREY, afterwards 1st earl Grey, 
of Howick. A supernumerary knight till the death of Sir 
Eyre Coote, 1783, Apr. 26. Installed 1788, May 19. 

1785, Jan. 28. Lieut. Gen. ROBERT BOYD. Installed 1788, May 19. 

1785, Sept. 30. Lieut. Gen. FREDERICK HALDIMAND. Installed 1788, 
May 19. 

1785, Sept. 30. Maj. Gen. ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL. A supernumerary 

knight till the death of Sir Charles Frederick, 1785, Dec. 
Installed by proxy 1788, May 19. 

1786, Dec. 20. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM FAWCETT. Installed 1788, 

May 19. 

1786, Dec. 20. ROBERT (MONCKTON-ARUNDELL), 8th viscount 
Galway. A supernumerary knight till the death of Sir 
William Draper, 1787, Jan. Installed 1788, May 19. 



174 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1788, May 7. Et. Hon. Sir GEORGE YONGE, bart. Installed May 19. 

1788, May 7. Y. Adm. ALEXANDER HOOD, afterwards 1st viscount 
Bridport. Installed May 19. 

1788, June 6. Gen. EGBERT SLOPER. Not installed. 

Date of nomination 

1791, Dec. 16. MORTON EDEN, afterwards 1st lord Henley. Invested 

at Berlin by the king of Prussia, 1792, Jan. 1. Installed 
1803, May 19. 

Date of investiture 

1792, Aug. 15. Lieut. Gen. the Et. Hon. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS PITT. 

Installed 1803, May 19. 

1792, Aug. 15. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. JOHN YAUGHAN. Not installed. 

Date of nomination 

1792, Aug. 15. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM MEDOWS. Invested Dec. 14. 
Installed by proxy 1803, May 19. 

1792, Aug. 15. Maj. Gen. EGBERT ABERCROMBY. Invested at 

Bombay by Sir C. W. Malet, 1793, June 4. Installed by 
proxy 1803, May 19. 

1793, Sept. 27. CHARLES WHITWORTH, afterwards lord Whitworth. 

Invested at St. Petersburg by the Empress of Eussia, 1793, 
Nov. 17. Installed by proxy 1803, May 19. 

Date of investiture 

1794, May 30. E. Adm. the Hon. GEORGE KEITH ELPHINSTONE, 

afterwards 1st viscount Keith. Installed by proxy 1803, 
May 19. 

1794, May 30. Capt. the Et. Hon. Sir JOHN BORLASE WARREN, bart. 
Installed by proxy 1803, May 19. 

Date of nomination 

1794, Nov. 18. Maj. Gen. ADAM WILLIAMSON. Invested at 

Kingston, Jamaica, by the earl of Balcarres, 1795, Apr. 21. 
Not installed. 

Date of investiture 

1795, July 1. Sir JOSEPH BANKS, bart. Installed 1803, May 19. 

1795, July 22. Maj. Gen. EALPH ABERCROMBY. Not installed. 

1796, Feb. 17. E. Adm. HUGH CLOBERRY CHRISTIAN. Not installed. 



K. B. 175 

Date of nomination 

1797, Jan. 14. Maj. Gen. ALURED CLARKE. Installed 1803, May 19. 

1797, Jan. 14. Maj. Gen. JAMES HENRY CRAIG. Installed 1803, 
May 19. 

1797, May 27. E. Adm. HORATIO NELSON, afterwards viscount 

Nelson. Invested Sept. 27. Installed by proxy 1803, May 19. 

Date of investiture 

1798, Feb. 14. Y. Adm. JOHN COLPOYS. Installed 1803, May 19. 

Date of nomination 

1799, Jan. 8. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. CHARLES STUART. Invested 

1800, Jan. 8. Not installed. 

Date of investiture 

1800, Jan. 8. V. Adm. HENRY HARVEY. Installed 1803, May 19. 

1800, Jan. 8. V. A'dm. ANDREW MITCHELL. Installed by proxy 

1803, May 19. 

Date of nomination 

1801, May 14. E. Adm. THOMAS GRAVES. Invested by lord Nelson 

in Kiego Bay, 1801, June 14. Installed by proxy 1803, 
May 19. 

1801, May 28. Maj. Gen. the Hon. JOHN HELY-HUTCHINSON, after- 
wards 2nd earl of Donoughmore. Installed 1803, May 19. 

1801, June 6. Lieut. Gen. THOMAS TRIGGE. Installed by proxy 
1803, May 19. 

1801, June 6. E,. Adm. JOHN THOMAS DUCKWORTH. Invested at 
Antigua by lord Lavington, 1801, Nov. 30. Installed by 
proxy 1803, May 19. 

1801, Sept. 5. E. Adm. Sir JAMES SAUMAREZ, bart. Invested at 

Gibraltar by Gen. O'Hara, 1801, Nov. 17. Installed by proxy 
1803, May 19. 

Date of investiture 

1802, May 19. Maj. Gen. EYRE COOTE. A supernumerary knight 

till the death of Sir Eobert Sloper, 1802, Aug. Installed 
1803, May 19. 

1803, Feb. 16. Maj. Gen. JOHN FRANCIS CRADDOCK. Installed 

May 19. 

12 



176 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1803, Apr. 28. Lieut. Gen. DAVID DUNDAS. Installed May 19. 

Date of nomination 

1804, May 21. Et. Hon. ARTHUR PAGET. Installed 1812, June 1. 

1804, Aug. 28. Maj. Gen. the Hon. ARTHUR WELLESLEY, after- 
wards duke of Wellington. A supernumerary knight till 
the death of viscount Nelson in Oct., 1805. Invested in 
India about March, 1805. Installed by proxy 1812, June 1. 

1804, Sept. 26. Maj. Gen. the Hon. GEORGE JAMES LUDLOW, after- 
wards 3rd earl Ludlow. A supernumerary knight till the 
death of Sir Hector Munro in Jan., 1806. Invested 1804, 
Nov. 14. Installed 1812, June 1. 

1804, Sept. 26. Maj. Gen. JOHN MOORE. A supernumerary knight 
till the death of Sir Andrew Mitchell in Feb., 1806. 
Invested 1804, Nov. 14. Not installed. 

1804, Sept. 26. Commodore SAMUEL HOOD. A supernumerary 
knight till the death of earl Macartney in March, 1806. 
Invested at Antigua by lord Lavington in May, 1805. 
Installed by proxy 1812, June 1. 

1806, Jan. 29. E. Adm. WILLIAM (CARNEGIE), 7th earl of Northesk. 
A supernumerary knight till the death of lord Lavington in 
Aug., 1807. Invested 1806, June 5. Installed 1812, June 1. 

1806, Jan. 29. E. Adm. Sir EICHARD JOHN STRACHAN, bart. A 
supernumerary knight till the death of earl Grey in Nov., 
1807. Invested 1807, Mar. 4. Installed 1812, June 1. 

1806, Mar. 29. E. Adm. the Hon. ALEXANDER FORRESTER INGLIS 
COCHRANE. A supernumerary knight till the death of lord 
Dorchester in Nov., 1808. Installed by proxy 1812, June 1. 

1806, Sept. 13. Maj. Gen. JOHN STUART. A supernumerary knight 
till the death of Sir John Moore in Jan., 1809. Invested 
1807, Mar. 4. Installed 1812, June 1. 

1806, Oct. 29. PHILIP FRANCIS. A supernumerary knight till the 
death of Sir William Pitt in Dec., 1809. Invested 1806, 
Oct. 29. Installed 1812, June 1. 

1806, Oct. 29. Sir GEORGE HILARO BARLOW, bart. A supernumerary 
knight till the death of viscount Gal way in July, 1810. 
Invested at Calcutta by lord Minto, 1807, Aug. 12. Installed 
by proxy 1812, June 1. 



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1808, Mar. PERCY CLINTON SYDNEY (SMYTHE), 6th viscount 
Strangford. A supernumerary knight till the death of Sir 
Henry Harvey in Dec., 1810. Invested 1808, Mar. 16. 
Installed by proxy 1812, June 1. 

1808, Oct. 15. R. Adm. RICHARD GOODWIN KEATS. A super- 

numerary knight till the death of Sir James Craig in 
Jan., 1812. Invested 1809, July 12. 

1809, Apr. 21. Lieut. Gen. Sir DAVID BAIRD, bart. A super- 

numerary knight till the death of lord Blaquiere in Aug., 
1812. Invested 1809, Apr. 26. Installed 1812, June 1. 

1809, Apr. 21. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. JOHN HOPE, afterwards 4th earl 
of Hopetoun. A supernumerary knight till the death of 
Sir George Yonge in Sept., 1812. Invested 1809, Apr. 26. 
Installed by proxy 1812, June 1. 

1809, Apr. 21. Maj. Gen. BRENT SPENCER. A supernumerary 
knight till the resignation of the marquess of Wellington in 
May, 1813. Invested 1809, Apr. 26. Installed 1812, June 1. 

1809, Apr. 24. Lieut. Gen. the Rt. Hon. GEORGE BECKWITH. A 
supernumerary knight till the death of Sir William Medows 
in Nov., 1813. Invested at Martinique by Sir Alexander 
Cochrane, 1809, Aug. 20. Installed by proxy 1812, June 1. 

1809, Apr. 24. Capt. the Hon. THOMAS COCHRANE, commonly called 
lord Cochrane,, afterwards 10th earl of Dundonald. A 
supernumerary knight till the death of Sir Thomas Trigge 
in Jan., 1814. Invested 1809, Apr. 26. Installed 1812, 
June 1. Expelled the Order 1814, July 15, but re-admitted 
as G.C.B. 184T, May 22. 

1809, Sept. 16. Maj. Gen. JOHN COPE SHERBROOKE. A super- 

numerary knight till the death of lord Bridport in May, 
1814. Invested at Badajoz by viscount Wellington, 1809, 
Oct. 7. Installed by proxy 1812, June 1. 

1810, Oct. 16. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM CARR BERESFORD, afterwards 

viscount Beresford. A supernumerary knight till the death 
of Sir Thomas Graves in June, 1814. Invested by viscount 
Wellington at Mafra, 1810, Nov. 7. Installed by proxy 
1812, June 1. 

1812, Feb. 22. Lieut. Gen. THOMAS GRAHAM, afterwards lord 
Lynedoch. A supernumerary knight till the death of 
viscount Howe in July, 1814. Invested by the earl of 
Wellington, 1812, Mar. 10. Installed by proxy June 1. 



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1812, Feb. 22. Lieut. Gen. ROWLAND HILL, afterwards 1st viscount 
Hill. A supernumerary knight till the expulsion of lord 
Cochrane in July, 1814. Invested by the earl of Wellington, 

1812, Mar. 10, at Elvas. Installed by proxy June 1. 

1812, Feb. 22. Maj. Gen. SAMUEL AUCHMUTY. A supernumerary 
knight till the death of Sir Samuel Hood in Dec., 1814. 
Installed by proxy, June 1. 

1812, Mar. 10. The Et. Hon. HENRY WELLESLEY, afterwards 1st lord 
Cowley. A supernumerary knight. Invested at Cadiz by 
the President of the Regency. Installed by proxy June 1. 

Date of investiture 

1812, June 12. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. EDWARD PAGET. A super- 
numerary knight. 

Date of nomination 

1812, Aug. 21. Lieut. Gen. Sir STAPLETON COTTON, bart., afterwards 
1st viscount Combermere. A supernumerary knight. In- 
vested by the marquess of Wellington in Sept. or Oct., 1812. 

1812, Sept. 26. CHARLES STUART, afterwards 1st lord Stuart de 
Rothesay. A supernumerary knight. Invested at Lisbon, 

1813, Jan. 17, by the marquess of Wellington. 

1812, Oct. 10. Maj. Gen. ISAAC BROCK. An extra knight. Slain in 

North America on the 13th of the same month. 

1813, Feb. 1. Adm. the Hon. GEORGE CRANFIELD BERKELEY. A 

supernumerary knight. Invested 1813, Mar. 4. 

1813, Feb. 1. Lieut. Gen. the Rt. Hon. Sir GEORGE NUGENT, bart. 
A supernumerary knight. Invested by the earl of Moira* 
gov. gen. of India. 

1813, Feb. 1. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM KEPPEL. A supernumerary 
knight. 

1813, Feb. 1. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN DOYLE, bart. A supernumerary- 
knight. Knighted and invested same day at Carlton House. 

1813, Feb. 1. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM CAVENDISH BENTINCK, commonly 
called lord William Cavendish Bentinck. A supernumerary 
knight. 

1813, Feb. 1. Maj. Gen. JAMES LEITH. A supernumerary knight. 
Invested 1813, Mar. 4. 



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1813, Feb. 1. Maj. Gen. THOMAS PICTON. A supernumerary knight. 
Invested 1813, Feb. 1. 

1813, Feb. 1. Maj. Gen. GALBRAITH LOWRY COLE. A supernumerary 
knight. Invested by the marquess of Wellington at Ciudad 
Eodrigo in April, 1813. 

1813, Feb. 1. Maj. Gen. the Hon. CHARLES WILLIAM STEWART, 
afterwards 3rd marquess of Londonderry. A supernumerary 
knight. 

1813, June 29. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. ALEXANDER HOPE. A super- 
numerary knight. 

1813, June 29. Maj. Gen. HENRY CLINTON. A supernumerary 
knight. Invested 1814, July 28. 

1813, Sept. 11. GEORGE (RAMSEY), 9th earl of Dalhousie, lieut. gen. 
A supernumerary knight. Invested by the marquess of 
Wellington*, 1813, Sept. 27, at Lesaca. 

1813, Sept. 11. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. WILLIAM STUART or STEWART. 
A supernumerary knight. Invested ut supra. 

1813, Sept. 11. Maj. Gen. GEORGE MURRAY. A supernumerary 
knight. Invested ut supra. 

1813, Sept. 11. Maj. Gen. the Hon. EDWARD MICHAEL PAKENHAM. 

a supernumerary knight. Invested ut supra. 

1814, July 12. Adm. WILLIAM YOUNG. A supernumerary knight. 

Invested 1814, July 12. 

1814, Aug. 16. WILLIAM FREDERICK HENRY, of Nassau, hereditary 
prince of Orange, afterwards William I., king of the 
Netherlands. A supernumerary knight. Invested at 
Brussels by viscount Castlereagh, 1814, Aug. 16. 



i8o ORDER OF THE BATH 

ORDER REMODELLED, JAN. 2, 1815. 

KNIGHTS GRAND CROSS MILITARY DIVISION. 

(G.C.B.). 

Existing Knights of the Bath declared to be Knights Grand Cross 
under the new organisation of the Order. 

1815, Jan. 2. FREDERICK, duke of York. 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. JOHN (JERVIS), 1st earl of St. Vincent. 

1815, Jan. 2. Gen. Sir ROBERT ABERCROMBY. 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. GEORGE KEITH (ELPHINSTONE), 1st viscount 
Keith. 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. Sir JOHN BORLASE WARREN, bart. 
1815, Jan. 2. Gen. Sir ALTJRED CLARKE. 
1815, Jan. 2. Adm. Sir JOHN COLPOYS. 

1815, Jan. 2. Gen. JOHN (HELY-HUTCHINSON), lord Hutchinson, 
afterwards 2nd earl of Donoughmore. 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. Sir JOHN THOMAS DUCKWORTH. 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. Sir JAMES SAUMAREZ. 

1815, Jan. 2. Gen. Sir EYRE COOTE. 

1815, Jan. 2. Gen. Sir JOHN FRANCIS CRADOCK. 

1815, Jan. 2. Gen. Sir DAVID DTJNDAS. 

1815, Jan. 2. F. Marsh. ARTHUR (WELLESLEY), duke of Wellington. 

1815, Jan. 2. Gen. GEORGE JAMES (LUDLOW), 3rd earl Ludlow. 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. WILLIAM (CARNEGIE), 7th earl of Northesk. 

1815, Jan. 2. V. Adm. Sir RICHARD JOHN STRACHAN. 

1815, Jan. 2. V. Adm. Sir ALEXANDER FORRESTER INGLIS COCHRANE. 



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1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN STUART. 

1815, Jan. 2. V. Adm. Sir RICHARD GOODWIN KEATS. 

1815, Jan. 2. Gen. Sir DAVID BAIRD. 

1815, Jan. 2. Gen. Sir GEORGE BECKWITH. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. JOHN (HOPE), lord Niddry, afterwards 
4th earl of Hopetown. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. Sir BRENT SPENCER. 
1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN COPE SHERBROKE. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM CARR (BERESFORD), lord after- 
wards viscount Beresford. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. THOMAS (GRAHAM), 1st lord Lynedoch. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. ROWLAND (HILL), lord afterwards viscount 
Hill. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. Sir SAMUEL AUCHMUTY. 
1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. Sir EDWARD PAGET. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. STAPLETON (COTTON), lord afterwards 
Yiscount Combermere. 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. Sir GEORGE CRANFIELD BERKELEY. 

1815, Jan. 2. Gen. Sir GEORGE NUGENT, bart. 

1815, Jan. 2. Gen. Sir WILLIAM KEPPELL. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN DOYLE, bart. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. Sir WILLIAM CAVENDISH BENTINCK, 
commonly called lord William Cavendish Bentinck. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. Sir JAMES LEITH. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. Sir THOMAS PICTON. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. Sir GALBRAITH LOWRY COLE. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. CHARLES WILLIAM (VANE), lord Stewart, 
afterwards 3rd marquess of Londonderry. 



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1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. Sir ALEXANDEE HOPE. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. Sir HENRY CLINTON. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. GEORGE (RAMSAY), 9th earl of Dalhousie. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. Sir WILLIAM STEWART. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. Sir GEORGE MURRAY. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. Sir EDWARD MICHAEL PAKENHAM. 

1815, Jan. 2. (Honorary) WILLIAM FREDERICK HENRY of NASSAU, 
hereditary prince of Orange, afterwards William I., king 
of the Netherlands. 

Subsequent appointments. 

Date of nomination 

1815, Jan. 2. WILLIAM HENRY, duke of Clarence, afterwards 
William IV., acting Great Master, 1827. 

1815, Jan. 2. F. Marsh. EDWARD, duke of Kent. 

1815, Jan. 2. F. Marsh. ERNEST AUGUSTUS, duke of Cumberland, 
afterwards king of Hanover. 

1815, Jan. 2. F. Marsh. ADOLPHUS FREDERICK, duke of Cambridge. 

1815, Jan. 2. F. Marsh. WILLIAM FREDERICK, duke of Gloucester. 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. SAMUEL (Hooo), 1st viscount Hood. 

1815; Jan. 2. Adm. Sir RICHARD ONSLOW, hart. 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. the Hon. WILLIAM CORNWALLIS. 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. WILLIAM (WALDEGRAVE), 1st lord Radstock. 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. Sir ROGER CURTIS, bart. 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. GEORGE MONTAGU. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. HENRY WILLIAM (PAGET), earl of 
Uxbridge, afterwards 1st marquess of Anglesey. 

1815, Jan. 2. Gen. Sir ROBERT BROWNRIGG, bart. 



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1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. Sir HENRY CALVERT, bait. 
1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. the Rt. Hon. THOMAS MAITLAND. 
1815, Jan. 2. Gen. WILLIAM HENRY CLINTON. 

1815, Apr. 1. RICHARD (LE POER TRENCH), 6th earl of afterwards 
1st viscount Clancarty. 

1815, Apr. 7. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. Sir JOHN ABERCROMBY. 
1815, Apr. 7. Maj. Gen. the Hon. CHARLES COLVILLE. 

1815, June 7. Adm. JAMES (GAMBLER), lord Gambier. Invested 
1816, July 5. 

1815, Aug. 18. F. Marsh. KARL PHILIP, prince Schwartzenburg. 
Invested on that day as an honorary G.C.B. by the duke of 
Wellington at Paris. 

1815, Aug. 18. F. Marsh. ALBERT Louis LEOPOLD, prince Blucher. 
Invested ut supra. 

1815, Aug. 18. F. Marsh. Count BARCLAY DE TOLLY. Invested 
ut supra. 

1815, Aug. 18. F. Marsh. CHARLES PHILIP, prince von Wrede. 
invested ut supra. 

1815, Aug. 18. WILLIAM FREDERICK CHARLES, prince and after- 
wards king William I. of Wurtemburg. Invested ut supra. 

1815, June 22. Maj. Gen. the Rt. Hon. Sir JAMES KEMPT. 

1816, Mar. 16. Adm. EDWARD (PELLEW), 1st lord Exmouth. 

1816, May 23. Gen. LEOPOLD GEORGE FREDERICK, duke of Saxe,etc., 
afterwards Leopold I., king of the Belgians. 

1816, Dec. 10. Maj. Gen. Sir DAVID OCHTERLONY, bart. 

1817, Jan. 7. Lieut. Gen. Sir GORDON DRUMMOND. 

1817, Mar. 11. Maj. Gen. Sir GEORGE TOWNSHEND WALKER, bart. 

1818, Feb. 20. Adm. Sir CHARLES MORICE POLE, bart. 
1818, Feb. 20. R. Adm. Sir THOMAS FRANCIS FREMANTLE. 



184 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1818, Feb. 20. E. Adm. Sir GEORGE COCKBURN, afterwards bart. 

1818, Oct. 14. Gen. FRANCIS (EAWDON-HASTINGS), 1st marquess of 
Hastings. 

1818, Oct. 14. Lieut. Gen. Sir THOMAS HISLOP, bart. Invested at 

Calcutta by the marquess of Hastings, 1819, May 11. 

1819, Apr. 17. Prince VOLKOTJSKY, gen. of the Eussian Service 

(Honorary). 

1819, Apr. 17. Count WORONZOW, gen. of the Eussian Service 
(Honorary). 

1819, Apr. 17. ERNST KARL COUNT VON ZIETEN, gen. of the Prussian 
Service (Honorary). 

1819, Apr. 17. JOHANN MARIA FRIMONT, afterwards count von 
Palota, etc. of the Austrian Service (Honorary). 

1819, Nov. 20. Maj. Gen. Sir JOHN MALCOLM. Invested at Bombay 

by lieut, gen. Sir Charles Colville. 

1820, Mar. 17. Lieut. Gen. KENNETH ALEXANDER (HOWARD), 12th 

lord Howard, of Effingham, afterwards 5th earl of 
Effingham. 

1820, May 16. Adm. Sir WILLIAM DOMETT. 
1820, May 16. Y. Adm. Sir THOMAS FOLEY. 

1820, May 16. Gen. WILLIAM (HARCOURT), 3rd earl Harcourt, an 
extra G.C.B. in contemplation of the coronation of George IY. 

1820, May 16. Adm. BENJAMIN CALDWELL. Extra ut supra. 
1820, May 16. Adm. Sir EICHARD EODNEY BLIGH. Extra ut supra. 
1820, May 16. Gen. Sir HENRY JOHNSON, bart.. Extra ut supra. 

1820, May 16. Gen. HENRY (PHIPPS), 1st earl of Mulgrave. Extra 
ut supra. 

1820, May 16. Adm. Sir CHARLES HENRY KNOWLES, bart. Extra 
ut supra. 

1820, May 16. Adm. the Hon. Sir THOMAS PAKENHAM. Extra ut 
supra. 



G. C. B. MILITARY 185 

1820, May 16. Gen. GEORGE (HARRIS), 1st lord Harris. Extra ut 
supra. 

1820, May 16. Gen. Sir BANASTRE TARLETON, bart. Extra ut supra. 

1820, May 16. Gen. the Et. Hon. Sir GEORGE HEWETT, bart. Extra 
ut supra. 

1820, May 20. Gen. Sir GEORGE DON. Extra ut supra. 

1820, May 20. Gen. JAMES (Si. CLAIR-ERSKINE), 2nd earl of Rosslyn, 
9th Dragoons. Extra ut supra. 

1820, May 20. Gen. GEORGE (GORDON), commonly called marquess 
of Huntley, afterwards 5th duke of Gordon. Extra ut supra. 

1820, May 20. Lieut. Gen. CHARLES CREGAN CRAUFTJRD. Extra ut 
supra. 

1820, May 20. Lieut. Gen. Sir HILDEBRAND OAKES, bart. Extra ut 
supra. 

1820, June 8. Adm. Sir GEORGE CAMPBELL. 

1820, Aug. 12. Gen. CHARLES COUNT ALTEN, of the Hanoverian 

Service. An Honorary G.C.B. 

1821, Feb. 23. Y. Adm. Sir GEORGE MARTIN. 

1822, Sept. 14. Y. Adm. Sir THOMAS BOULDEN THOMPSON, bart. 
1822, Sept. 14. Y. Adm. Sir HARRY NEALE, bart. 

1824, Feb. 25. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN OSWALD, 35th Foot. 

1825, Jan. 11. Adm. Sir EDWARD THORNBROUGH. 
1825, Jan. 11. Adm. Sir ELIAB HARVEY. 

1825, Oct. 4. Y. Adm. Sir WILLIAM JOHNSTONE HOPE. 

1826, Jan. 24. Lieut. Gen. Sir HENRY FANE (Yane). 

1826, Dec. 26. Maj. Gen. Sir ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL, bart. 

1827, Nov. 13. Y. Adm. Sir EDWARD CODRINGTON. 
1830, Mar. 3. Y. Adm. Sir THOMAS BYAM MARTIN. 



186 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1830, July 22. BERNARD, duke of Saxe- Weimar (Honorary). 
1830, Nov. 17. Adm. Sir JAMES HAWKINS WHITSHED, bart. 

1830, Nov. 17. Sir PHILIP CHARLES HENDERSON -DURHAM, afterwards 

Calderwood-Henderson-Durham. 

1831, Feb. 16. ERNEST FREDERICK HERBERT, count Miinster, 

minister of State and Cabinet of Hanover (Honorary). 

1831, Feb. 24. Lieut. Gen, Sir WILLIAM HOUSTON, bart. 
1831, Feb. 24. Lieut. Gen. Sir EDWARD BARNES. 
1831, May 19. Adm. Sir HENRY TROLLOPE. 

1831, June 6. Adm. the Hon. Sir EGBERT STOPFORD. 

1831, June 6. Adm. Sir BENJAMIN HALLO WELL CAREW (extra). 

1831, June 6. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN BYNG, afterwards 6th earl of 
Strafford. 

1831, Sept. 13. Gen. the Hon. Sir HENRY GEORGE GREY. (Extra, 
on the Coronation of William IV.). 

1831, Sept. 13. Gen. Sir EONALD CRAUFURD FERGUSON. Extra ut 
supra. 

1831, Sept. 13. Gen. Sir HENRY WARDE. Extra ut supra. 

1831, Sept. 13. Adm. Sir THOMAS WILLIAMS. Extra ut supra. 
1831, Sept. 13. Adm. Sir WILLIAM HARGOOD. Extra ut supra. 

1831, Sept. 13. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. Sir WILLIAM LUMLEY. Extra 
ut supra. 

1831, Sept. 13. Lieut. Gen. Sir JAMES WILLOUGHBY GORDON, bart. 
Extra ut supra. 

1831, Sept. 13. E. Adm. Sir THOMAS MASTERMAN HARDY, bart. 
Extra ut supra. 

1833, Jan. 24. Adm. Sir DAVIDGE GOULD. 



G. C. B. MILITARY 187 

1833, Jan. 29. Adm. Sir CHARLES TYLER. 

1833, Apr. 24. Y. Adm. Sir PULTENEY MALCOLM. 

1833, July 29. Lieut. Gen. Sir GEORGE ANSON. 

1833, July 29. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN ORMSBY YANDELEUR. 

1833, Aug. 1. Lieut. Gen. Sir THOMAS DALLAS, of the East India 

Company's Service. 

1834, Apr. 16. Lieut. Gen. Sir HERBERT TAYLOR. 

1834, May 23. F. Marsh. CHARLES, archduke of Austria (Honorary). 

1834, Aug. 19. Lieut. Gen. LUDWIG GEORG THEDEL, count of 
Walmoden-Gimborn (Honorary). 

1834, Oct. 6. Adm. Sir JOHN WELLS. 

1834, Oct. 17. Lieut. Gen. Sir ROBERT EDWARD HENRY SOMERSET, 
commonly called lord Robert Edward Henry Somerset. 

1834, Dec. 19. Lieut. Gen. Sir WILLIAM HENRY PRINGLE. 

1835, Mar. 28. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. Sir EDWARD STOPFORD. 

1835, Aug. 3. Adm. Sir AMELIUS BEAUCLERK, commonly called lord 
Amelius Beauclerk. 

1835, Aug. 29. Lieut. Gen. ERNEST FREDERICK FERDINAND CHARLES 

WILLIAM PHILIP Louis, prince of Hesse Philippsthal Barch- 
feld (Honorary). 

1836, Mar. 11. Y. Adm. Sir GRAHAM MOORE. 

1836, June 11. Gen. Louis WILLIAM FREDERICK, landgrave of 
Hesse-Homburg (Honorary). 

1836, Sept. 10. Lieut. Gen. MATTHEW (WHITWORTH-AYLMER), 5th 

lord Aylmer. 

1837, Feb. 6. Lieut. Gen. Sir THOMAS MAKDOU GALL-BRISBANE, bart. 
1837, Feb. 24. Adm. Sir LAWRENCE WILLIAM HALSTED. 

1837, Mar. 10. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN DOVETON, of the East India 
Company's Army. Invested at Madras by lord Elpinstone, 
1839, Jan. 11. 



188 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1837, Mar. 10. Maj. Gen. Sir JOHN WHITTINGTON ADAMS. 
Nominated but died 1837, Mar. 9, in India. 

1837, May 30. Lieut. Gen. Sir EICHARD HUSSEY VIVIAN, bart. 

1838, Jan. 29. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN COLBORNE, afterwards 1st lord 

Seaton. Invested in Canada by Maj. Gen. Sir James 
Macdonnel, 1839, Oct. 22 (additional). 

1838, Feb. 15. Lieut. Gen. Sir THOMAS BRADFORD. 

1838, Feb. 16. Maj. Gen. Sir HENRY WORSLEY, of the East India 
Company's Army. 

1838, Apr. 20. Lieut. Gen. Sir FREDERICK PHILIPSE EOBINSON. 

1838, July 19. Adm. Sir WILLIAM SIDNEY SMITH (extra on the 
Queen's coronation). 

1838, July 19. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN LAMBERT (extra). 

1838, July 19. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. Sir EGBERT WILLIAM 
O'CALLAGHAN (extra). 

1838, July 20. Maj. Gen. Sir ALEXANDER CALDWELL, of the East 
India Company's Army (extra). 

1838, July 20. Maj. Gen. Sir JAMES LAW LUSHINGTON, of the East 
India Company's Army (extra). 

1838, July 23. Maj. Gen. Sir ALEXANDER DICKSON (extra). 

1839, June 12. FERDINAND GEORGE AUGUSTUS, prince of Saxe 

Coburg Saalfeld (Honorary). 

1839, Aug. 12. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN KEANE, afterwards 1st lord 
Keane (additional). 

1839, Oct. 25. Adm. Sir HENRY WILLIAM BAYNTUN. 

1840, Jan. 21. Maj. Gen. Sir WILLOUGHBY COTTON. Invested at 

Jellalabad by Sir W. H. Macnaughten (additional). 

1840, Mar. 6. F. Marsh. H.E.H. FRANCIS ALBERT AUGUSTUS 
CHARLES EMANUEL, duke of Saxony, prince of Saxe Coburg 
and Gotha, consort of Queen Victoria. Invested at St. 
James's Palace, Mar. 6. Nominated 1843, May 31, a,s First 
and Principal G.C.B. and acting Great Master in the room 
of H.E.H. the duke of Sussex deceased. 

1840, June 20. Lieut. Gen. the Et. Hon. Sir FREDERICK ADAM. 
1840, June 20. Lieut. Gen. Sir BENJAMIN D'URBAN. 



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1840, June 20. Lieut. Gen. Sir ANDREW FRANCIS BARNARD. 
1840, July 4. Adm. Sir WILLIAM HOTHAM. 
1840, July 4. Adm. Sir JOSIAS ROWLEY, bart. 
1840, July 4. y. Adm. Sir CHARLES ROWLEY, bart. 

1840, July 4. y. Adm. Sir DAVID MILNE. 

1840, July 20. Gen. BALDOMERO ESPARTERO, count of Luchana, and 

duke de la Victoria y de Morella. In the service of the 
Queen of Spain (Honorary). Appointed on or before July 18 ; 
dispensed for investiture and installation July 20. 

1841, Feb. 12. Maj. Gen. Sir JOSEPH O'HALLORAN, of the Bengal 

Army. 

1841, Oct. 14. Maj. Gen. HUGH GOUGH, afterwards 1st viscount 

Gough, commanding the forces in China. 

1842, Feb. 23. Adm. the Hon. Sir JOHN TALBOT. 
1842, Feb. 23. Adm. Sir ROBERT BARLOW. 
1842, Feb. 23. Adm. Sir HENRY DIGBY. 

1842, May 30. Lieut. Gen. EMANUEL, count MENSDORFF-POUILLY. 

1842, June 16. Col. Sir ROBERT HENRY SALE, serving with the rank 
of Maj. Gen. in Afghanistan. 

1842, Nov. 5. Archduke FREDERICK CHARLES, of Austria (Honorary). 
Dispensed of all ceremonies Nov. 10; appointed a G.C.B. 
1841, Jan. 12, but on the representation of the Austrian 
Court invested only as a C.B. by Adm. Stopford by warrant 
of 1841, Jan. 16. 

1842, Dec. 2. y. Adm. Sir WILLIAM PARKER. 
1842, Dec. 2. Maj. Gen. GEORGE POLLOCK. 

1842, Dec. 2. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM NOTT, of the East India Company's 

Service. 

1843, July 4. Maj. Gen. Sir CHARLES JAMES NAPIER. 

1843, Aug. 18. Prince FREDERICK WILLIAM CHARLES, of Prussia 
(Honorary). 

1845, May 8. Adm. Sir ROBERT WALLER OTWAY, bart. 



ioo ORDER OF THE BATH 

1845, May 8. V. Adm. Sir EDWARD WILLIAM CAMPBELL RICH 

OWEN. 

1846, Apr. 7. Col. Sir HENRY GEORGE WAKELYN SMITH, serving 

with the rank of Maj. Gen. in India. 

1846, Nov. 10. Prince WALDEMER of Prussia (Honorary). Warrant 

on that day to the earl of Westmorland, British ambassador 
at Berlin, to invest him. 

1847, May 22. V. Adm. THOMAS (COCHRANE), 10th earl of Dundonald 

(see "Cochrane" under KB., 1809, Apr. 21, p. 177, supra). 

1847, Sept. 17. FITZROY JAMES HENRY SOMERSET, called lord Fitzroy 
Somerset, afterwards 1st lord Raglan. 

1847, Sept. 17. Lieut. Gen. Sir John MACDONALD, adj. gen. of the 
Forces. 

1847, Dec. 30. Gen. Sir COLIN HALKETT. 

1848, Jan. 31. Maj. Gen. Sir JOHN HUNTER LITTLER, of the Bengal 

Infantry. 

1848, Aug. 25. Sir JAMES LILLYMAN CALDWELL. 

1849, May 7. Lieut. Gen. Sir EDWARD BLAKENEY. 
1849, June 5. Maj. Gen. Sir JOSEPH THACKWELL. 

1849, June 5. Maj. Gen. Sir WALTER RALEIGH GILBERT, in the 
service of the East India Company. 

1852, Apr. 6. Adm. Sir CHARLES EKINS. 

18B2, Apr. 6. Gen. Sir PEREGRINE MAITLAND. 

1852, Apr. 6. Adm. the Hon. Sir THOMAS BLADEN CAPEL. 

1852, Apr. 6. Lieut. Gen. Sir ALEXANDER WOODFORD. 

1852, Apr. 6. Lieut. Gen. Sir HENRY FREDERICK BOUVERIE. 

1852, Apr. 6. Y. Adm. Sir CHARLES BULLEN. 

1852, Apr. 6. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN Fox BURGOYNE, inspector 
general of fortifications. 



G. C. B. MILITARY 191 

1854, Aug. 12. F. Marsh. H.H. OMAR LUTFI PACHA, generalissimo of 

the Turkish Forces (Honorary). 

1855, July 5. Lieut. Gen. Sir GEORGE BROWN. 

1855, July 5. V. Adm. JAMES WHITLEY DEANS DUNDAS. 

1855, July 5. Lieut. Gen. H.R.H. GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK 
CHARLES, duke of Cambridge. 

1855, July 5. Lieut. Gen. Sir DE LACY EVANS. 

1855, July 5. Lieut. Gen. Sir EICHARD ENGLAND, Maj. Gen. with 
the rank of Lieut. Gen. in Turkey. 

1855, July 5. Lieut. Gen. Sir COLIN CAMPBELL, afterwards lord 
Clyde, Maj. Gen. with the rank of Lieut. Gen. in Turkey. 

1855, July 5. R. Adm. Sir EDMUND LYONS, hart. 

1855, July 5. Lieut. Gen. Sir GEORGE CATHCART, would have been 
recommended for the G.C.B. had he survived. 

1855, July 5. Adm. Sir GRAHAM EDEN HAMOND, bart. 

1855, July 5. Adm. Sir JAMES ALEXANDER GORDON. 

1855, July 5. Gen. Sir JAMES McDoNELL. 

1855, July 5. Gen. Sir HEW DALRYMPLE Ross. 

1855, Sept. 5. Gen. FRANCOIS CERTAIN CANROBERT (Honorary). 

1855, Sept. 5. H.I.H. Prince NAPOLEON (Honorary). 

1855, Oct. 16. His Excellency JEAN BAPTISTE PHILIBERT COMTE 
VAILLANT, senator and marshall of France, grand marshall 
of the Palace of Napoleon, and secretary of state for war 
(Honorary). 

1855, Oct. 16. Gen. JAMES SIMPSON. 

1855, Oct. 25. Gen. ALFONSO FERRERO BELLA MARMORA, command- 
ing-in-chief his Sardinian Majesty's forces in the Crimea 
(Honorary). 

1855, Nov. 12. His Excellency marshall AIMABLE JEAN JACQUES 
PELISSIER, afterwards due de MalakofP, commanding-in-chief 
the French army in the Crimea (Honorary). 

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192 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1856, Jan. 3. Gen. PIERRE FRANCOIS JOSEPH BOSQUET, gen. of 
division, an officer of his Imperial Majesty the emperor of 
the French, afterwards marsh, of France (Honorary). 

1856, Jan. 3. Gen. CHARLES MARIE JOSEPH MARIUS COMTE DE SALLES, 
general of division, an officer of his Imperial Majesty the 
Emperor of the French (Honorary). 

1856, Jan. 3. Gen. MARIE EDME PATRICK MAURICE DE MACMAHON, 
general of division, an officer of his Imperial Majesty the 
Emperor of the French, afterwards due de Magenta and 
marsh, of France (Honorary). 

1856, Jan. 3. Gen. AUGUSTE MICHEL ETIENNE count REGNAULT DE 
SAINT JEAN D'ANGELY, general of division, an officer of his 
Imperial Majesty the Emperor of the French, afterwards 
marsh, of France (Honorary). 

1856, Jan. 3. Louis MICHEL MORRIS, gen. of division, an officer 

of his Imperial Majesty the Emperor of the French 
(Honorary) . 

1857, Jan. 1. H.R.H. prince FREDERICK WILLIAM LEWIS, of Prussia, 

afterwards king William I., of Prussia, and emperor 
William I., of Germany, col. gen. in the Service of His 
Majesty the king of Prussia (Honorary). Warrant of 
appointment dated 1856, Dec. 10. 

1857, May 7. Adm. FERDINAND ALPHONSE HAMELIN, senateur, 
ministre secretaire d'Etat au departement de la Marine et des 
colonies, officer of the marine of the Emperor of the French 
(Honorary). 

1857, July 30. Lieut. Gen. Sir JAMES OUTRAM, of the Bombay Army. 

1858, July 6. Maj. Gen. Sir HUGH HENRY ROSE, afterwards lord 

Strathnairn. 

1858, July 6. H.H. the MAHARAJAH JUNG BAHADOOR KOONWAR 

RANAJEE, commander-in-chief of the Goorkha troops lately 
acting with the British Army in India. 

1859, May 20. R. Adm. Sir MICHAEL SEYMOUR, late commander-in- 

chief of Her Majesty's Naval Forces in the East Indies and 
China. 

1859, June 21. Gen. Sir THOMAS McMAHON, bart. 

1859, June 21. Gen. CHARLES MURRAY (CATHCART), 2nd earl 
Cathcart. 



G. C. B. MILITARY 193 

1859, June 21. Gen. Sir WILLIAM MAYNARD GOMM. 

1859, June 21. Gen. Sir ROBERT WILLIAM GARDINER. 

1860, May 18. Adm. Sir JOHN WEST. 

1860, May 18. Adm. Sir WILLIAM HALL GAGE, knight. 

1860, May 18. Adm. Sir FRANCIS WILLIAM AUSTEN. 

1860, May 18. Adm. Sir THOMAS JOHN COCHRANE. 

1860, May 18. Adm. Sir GEORGE FRANCIS SEYMOUR. 

1860, May 18. Gen. Sir JAMES DAWES DOUGLAS. 

1860, May 18. Gen. Sir GEORGE SCOVELL. 

1860, May 18. ULYSSES (BURGH), 2nd lord Downes, gen. 

1860, May 18. Gen. Sir FREDERICK STOVIN. 

1860, May 18. Gen. Sir JAMES FERGUSSON. 

1860, May 18. Gen. Sir JOHN BELL. 

.1860, June 29. Lieut. Gen. Sir CHARLES YORKE, military secretary 
to H.R.H. the [duke of Cambridge] general commanding- 
in-chief. 

1860, Nov 9. Lieut. Gen. Sir JAMES HOPE GRANT, commanding 

Her Majesty's Military Forces in China. 

1861, Mar. 1. Maj. Gen. Sir PATRICK GRANT, of the Bengal 

Infantry 7 , serving with the local rank of Lieut. Gen. in the 
East Indies, late commander-in-chief at Madras. 

1861, June 28. Gen. Sir ARTHUR BENJAMIN CLIFTON. 
1861, June 28. Adm. Sir PHIPPS HORNBY. 

1861, June 28. Gen. Sir JAMES ARCHIBALD HOPE. 

1861, June 28. Gen. Sir THOMAS WILLIAM BROTHERTON. 

1861, June 28. Gen. Sir SAMUEL BENJAMIN AUCHMUTY. 

1861, June 28. Adm. Sir BARRINGTON EEYNOLDS. 



194 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1861, June 28. Gen. Sir THOMAS WILLSHIRE, bart. 

1861, June 28. V. Adm. the Et. Hon. Sir MAURICE FREDERICK 
FITZHARDINGE BERKELEY, afterwards 1st lord Fitzhardinge. 

1861, June 28. Lieut. Gen. Sir HARRY DAVID JONES. 

1862, Nov. 10. Gen. Sir JOHN WRIGHT GUISE, bart. (on the occasion 

of the coming of age of H.E.H. the prince of Wales). 

1862, Nov. 10. Gen. Sir JOHN FORSTER FITZGERALD (same occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. Adm. ANTHONY (MAITLAND), 10th earl of Lauder- 
dale (same occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. Adm. Sir EDWARD TUCKER, reserved half pay of the 
Navy (same occasion). 

1865, Feb. 10. Gen. H.E.H. ALBERT EDWARD, prince of Wales, 

1865, Max. 28. Adm. Sir EDWARD HARVEY. 

1865, Mar. 28. Adm. Sir FAIRFAX MORESBY. 

1865, Mar. 28. Gen. Sir WILLIAM EOWAN. 

1865, Mar. 28. Adm. Sir HOUSTON STEWART. 

1865, Mar. 28. Gen. Sir WILLIAM JOHN CODRINGTON. 

1865, Mar. 28. Gen. Sir GEORGE AUGUSTUS WETHERALL. 

1865, Mar. 28. Adm. Sir HENRY DUCIE CHADS. 

1865, Mar. 28. Gen. Sir JAMES FREDERICK LOVE. 

1865, Mar. 28. Gen. Sir JAMES JACKSON. 

1865, Mar. 28. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN CHEAPE, Eoyal (late Bengal) 
Engineers. 

1865, Mar. 28. Lieut. Gen. HENRY (DUNDAS), 3rd viscount Melville. 

1865, Mar. 28. Y. Adm. the Hon. Sir FREDERICK WILLIAM GREY, 

1865, Mar. 28. Y. Adm. Sir JAMES HOPE. 

1865, June 7. Adm. Sir GEORGE EGBERT LAMBERT. 



G. C. B. MILITARY 195 

1867, Mar. 13. Adm. Sir STEPHEN LUSHINGTON. 

1867, Mar. 13. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN LYSAGHT PENNEFATHER. 

1867, Mar. 13. Lieut. Gen. Sir RICHARD AIREY. 

1867, Mar. 13. Adm. Sir CHARLES HOWE FREMANTLE. 

1867, Mar. 13. Maj. Gen. Sir ARCHDALE WILSON, bart. 

1867, Mar. 13. Lieut. Gen. Sir EDWARD LUGARD. 

1867, Mar. 13. Gen. Sir JOHN AITCHISON. 

1867, Mar. 13. Gen. the Hon. Sir CHARLES STEPHEN GORE. 

1867, Mar. 13. GEORGE (HAY), 8th marquess of Tweeddale, gen. 

1868, Apr. 27. Lieut. Gen. Sir ROBERT CORNELIS NAPIER, after- 

wards lord Napier of Magdala. Lieut. Gen. commanding 
Her Majesty's forces in Abyssinia. 

1869, June 2. Adm. Sir HENRY PRESCOTT. 

1869, June 2. GEORGE CHARLES (BINGHAM), 3rd earl of Lucan, gen. 

1869, June 2. Gen. Sir EICHARD JAMES DACRES. 

1869, June 2. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. Sir JAMES YORKE SCARLETT. 

1869, June 2. Lieut. Gen. Sir GEORGE BULLER. 

1869, June 2. V. Adm. Sir AUGUSTUS LEOPOLD KUPER. 

1870, May 14. Lieut. Gen. Sir WILLIAM ROSE MANSFIELD, after- 

wards 1st lord Sandhurst (late commander-in-chief in 
India). 

1871, May 20. Adm. the Hon. Sir HENRY KEPPEL. 

1871, May 20. Gen. Sir WILLIAM FENWICK WILLIAMS, bart. 

1871, May 20. Adm. Sir ALEXANDER MILNE. 

1871, May 20. Gen. Sir ROBERT JOHN HUSSEY VIVIAN. 

1871, May 20. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN MICHEL. 



io6 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1871, May 20. Lieut. Gen. Sir WILLIAM PAULET, commonly called 
lord William Paulet. 

1871, May 20. Adm. Sir SYDNEY COLPOYS DACRES. 

1873, May 24. Gen. Sir HENRY GEORGE ANDREW TAYLOR, Madras 
Army. 

1873', May 24. Gen. Sir GEORGE BOWLES. 

1873, May 24. Adm. Sir PROVO WILLIAM PARRY WALLIS. 

1873, May 24. Adm. Sir WILLIAM FANSHAWE MARTIN, bart. 

1873, May 24. Gen. Sir ABRAHAM ROBERTS. 

1873, May 24. Gen. Sir JAMES CHARLES CHATTERTON, bart. 

1873, May 24. THOMAS (MAITLAND), llth earl of Lauderdale, adm. 

1873, May 24. Adm. Sir LEWIS TOBIAS JONES. 

1873, May 24. Gen. Sir WILLIAM HENRY ELLIOTT. 

1873, May 24. Lieut. Gen. Sir SYDNEY JOHN COTTON. 

1873, May 24. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN BLOOMFIELD. 

1873, May 24. Lieut. Gen. Sir DUNCAN ALEXANDER CAMERON. 

1875, May 29. Gen. Sir THOMAS EEED. 

1875, May 29. HENRY (MONTAGU), 6th lord Eokeby, gen. 

1875, May 29. Gen. Sir JOHN BLOOMFIELD GOUGH. 

1875, May 29. Gen. Sir CHARLES THOMAS YAN STRAUBENZEE. 

1875, May 29. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. Sir AUGUSTUS ALMERIC 
SPENCER. 

1875, May 29. Y. Adm. Sir HASTINGS EEGINALD TELVERTON. 

1875, May 29. Lieut. Gen. Sir CHARLES SHEPHERD STUART, Bombay 
Army. 

1875, May 29. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN GARVOCK. 



G. C. B. MILITARY 197 

1875, May 29. Lieut. Gen. Sir NEVILLE BOWLES CHAMBERLAIN, 
Bengal Army. 

1875, May 29. Maj. Gen. Sir ALFRED HASTINGS HORSFORD. 

1877, Jan. 1. (Honorary) Gen. H.H. JIQJI EAO SINDIA, Maharaja of 
Gwalior. 

1877, June 2. Adm. Sir GEORGE RODNEY MUNDY. 

1877, June 2. Gen. Sir WILLIAM WYLLIE. 

1877, June 2. Lieut. Gen. Sir FREDERICK EDWARD CHAPMAN. 

1877, June 2. Lieut. Gen. Sir FREDERICK PAUL HATNES. 

1877, June 2. Lieut. Gen. Sir DAVID EDWARD WOOD. 

1877, June 2. Maj. Gen. Sir JOHN DOUGLAS. 

1878, June 13. G*en. Sir ARTHUR AUGUSTUS THURLOW CUNYNGHAME. 

1878, July 3. (Honorary) Gen. H.R.H. prince FREDERICK CHARLES 
NICHOLAS, of Prussia. 

1878, July 29. Gen. Sir JOHN LINTON ARABIN SIMMONS. 

1879, Aug. 19. Maj. Gen. FREDERICK AUGUSTUS (THESIGER), 2nd 

lord Chelmsford, with rank of lieut. gen. while in command 
of the forces at the Cape of Good Hope. 

1880, Apr. 23. Sir GEORGE ROSE SARTORIUS, adm. of the Fleet. 

1880, Apr. 23. Sir THOMAS MATTHEW CHARLES SYMONDS, adm. of 
the Fleet. 

1880, Apr. 23. Adm. the Hon. Sir JAMES ROBERT DRUMMOND. 

1880, June 19. Lieut. Gen. Sir GARNET JOSEPH WOLSELEY, after- 
wards viscount Wolseley, late governor and high com- 
missioner of the Colonies of Natal and Transvaal and 
commanding the forces in South Africa. 

1880, Sept. 21. Lieut. Gen. Sir DONALD MARTIN STEWART. 

1880, Sept. 21. Maj. Gen. Sir FREDERICK SLEIGH ROBERTS. 

1881, May 24. Gen. WILLIAM LYGON (PAKENHAM), 6th earl of 

Longford. 



ip8 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1881, May 24. V. Adm. Sir FREDERICK BEAUCHAMP PAGET 

SEYMOUR, afterwards lord Alcester. 

1882, Apr. 15. Gen. Sir CHARLES HENRY ELLICE. 
1882, Nov. 17. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN MILLER ADYE. 
1882, Nov. 24. Adm. Sir ASTLEY COOPER KEY. 

1882, Nov. 24. Adm. Sir WILLIAM EGBERT MENDS, director of 

transports (extra). 

1883, Jan. 25. F. Marsh. FREDERICK WILLIAM NICHOLAS CHARLES, 

crown prince of Prussia, afterwards emperor Frederick III. 
of Germany. 

1884, May 24. Gen. Sir CHARLES WILLIAM DUNBAR STAVELEY. 
1884, May 24. Gen. Sir COLLINGWOOD DICKSON, V.C. 

1884, May 24. Gen. Sir ARTHUR BORTON. 

1884, May 24. Gen. Sir HENRY CHARLES BARNSTON DAUBENEY. 

1884, May 24. Gen. Sir JAMES BRIND. 

1885, July 3. Maj. Gen. Sir PETER STARK LUMSDEN. 

1885, July 22. (Honorary) Gen. his highness prince ALEXANDRE 
Louis GEORGE FREDERIC EMILE, of Hesse. 

1885, Dec. 19. Adm. Sir GEOFFREY THOMAS PHIPPS HORNBY. 

1886, Jan. 30. Lieut. Gen. Sir FREDERICK CHARLES ARTHUR 

STEPIIENSON. 

1886, May 29. Adm. lord CLARENCE EDWARD PAGET, P.C. 

1886, May 29. Gen. GEORGE FREDERICK (UPTON), 3rd viscount 
Templetown. 

1886, May 29. Gen. Sir WILLIAM JONES. 

1886, May 29. Gen. Sir CHARLES EEID, Bengal Staff Corps. 

1886, May 29. Gen. Sir GEORGE MALCOLM, Bombay Staff Corps. 

1886, May 29. Gen. Sir DANIEL LYSONS. 

1886, May 29. Lieut. Gen. and Honorary Gen. Sir FREDERICK 
FRANCIS MAUDE, V.C. 



G. C. B. MILITARY 199 

1886, July 30. Adm. Sir JOHN HAY, commonly called lord John 
Hay. 

1886, Dec. 10. (Honorary) His Highness Prince ALEXANDER JOSEPH, 

of Bulgaria, in lieu of the Civil distinction of the G.C.B. to 
which he was gazetted 1879, June 6. 

1887, June 21. Adm. Sir GEORGE GREVILLE WELLESLEY. 
1887, June 21. Adm. Sir EDWARD GENNYS FANSHAWE. 
1887, June 21. Gen. Sir EDWARD COOPER HODGE. 

1887, June 21. Gen. the Et. Hon. Sir THOMAS MONTAGUE STEELE. 
1887, June 21. Gen. Sir EDWIN BEAUMONT JOHNSON, Royal Artillery. 

1887, June 21. Gen. Sir HENRY WYLIE NORMAN, Bengal Staff' 
Corps. 

1887, June 21. (Additional) prince WILLIAM AUGUSTUS EDWARD, 
of Saxe-Weimar, gen. (gazetted on the 21st to civil division 
but on the 28th June to the military division, G.C.B.) . 

1887, June 21. (Additional) Adm. Sir WILLIAM HOUSTON STEWART. 
1887, June 21. (Additional) Adm. Sir JOHN EDMUND COMMERELL, 

y.c. 

1887, June 21. (Additional) Lieut. Gen. and Honorary Gen. Sir 
CHARLES LAWRENCE D'AGUILAR, Eoyal Artillery. 

1887, June 21. (Additional Lieut. Gen. Sir ARCHIBALD ALISON, 
bart., commanding the Division, Aldershot. 

1887, June 21. (Additional) Lieut. Gen. Sir CHARLES HENRY 
BROWNLOW, Bengal Staff Corps. 

1887, July 1, and Sept. 27. (Additional) Adm. H.S.H. ERNEST 
LEOPOLD VICTOR CHARLES AUGUSTE JOSEPH EMICH, of 
Leiningen, Royal Navy [promoted from G.C.B. civil 
division], gazetted as Honorary G.C.B. on July 1 and as 
additional G.C.B. on Sept. 27, with precedence as from 
1866, June 29. 

1889, May 25. Adm. H.R/.H. ALFRED ERNEST ALBERT, duke of 
Edinburgh, personal aide-de-camp to the Queen, late 
commander-in-chief on the Mediterranean station. 

1889, May 25. Gen. Sir FREDERICK HORN. 

1889, May 25. Gen. Sir JOHN ST. GEORGE, Eoyal Artillery. 



200 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1889, May 25. Gen. Sir ARCHIBALD LITTLE. 

1889, May 25. Gen. Sir HENRY DALY, Bombay Staff Corps. 

1889, May 25. Lieut. Gen. and Honorary Gen. Sir ALEXANDER 
TAYLOR, Royal Engineers. 

1889, Sept. 3. Adm. Sir ARTHUR WILLIAM ACLAND HOOD. 

1890, Ju]y 1. (Honorary) His Imperial Highness Prince AKIHITO 

of Komatsu, general-in-chief of the Japanese Imperial 
Household Troops. 

1891, May 30. Gen. Sir SAMUEL JAMES BROWNE, V.C., Indian Staff 

Corps. 

1891, May 30. Gen. Sir CHARLES PATTON KEYES, Indian Staff 
Corps. 

1891, May 30. Gen. Sir JOHN Eoss, commanding the troops in the 
Dominion of Canada. 

1891, May 30. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN CHETHAM McLEOD. 

1891, May 30. Lieut. Gen. Sir HENRY EVELYN WOOD, Y.C., com- 

manding the troops, Aldershot. 

1892, May 16. (Honorary) His Grand Ducal Highness gen. prince 

HENRY Louis WILLIAM ADALBERT WALDEMAR ALEXANDER, 
of Hesse. 

1892, May 25. Adm. Sir GEORGE OMMANNEY WILLES. 

1893, June 3. Lieut. Gen. Sir JAMES HILLS-JOHNES, V.C., Royal 

(late Bengal) Artillery. 

1893, June 3. Gen. Sir WILLIAM MONTAGU SCOTT McMuRDO. 

1893, June 3. Gen. lord MARK KERR. 

1893, Nov. 17. Adm. Sir ANTHONY HILEY HOSKINS. 

1894, May 26. Gen. Sir ROBERT ONESIPHORUS BRIGHT. 
1894, May 26. Gen. Sir ROBERT PHAYRE, Indian Staff Corps. 

1894, May 26. Honorary Maj. Gen. Sir CHARLES HENRY PALLISER, 
retired full pay, late Indian Staff Corps. 



G. C. B. MILITARY 201 

1894, May 26. Gen. Sir CHARLES GEORGE ARBUTHNOT, Royal 
Artillery. 

1894, May 26. Lieut. Gen. (temporary Gen.) the Et. Hon. Sir 

REDVERS HENRY BULLER, Y.C., ad jut. gen. to the Forces. 

1895, May 25. Gen. Sir MICHAEL ANTHONY SHRAPNEL BIDDULPH, 

col. commandant Royal Artillery. 

1895, May 25. Gen. Sir GEORGE HARRY SMITH WILLIS, col. the 
Devonshire Regiment. 

1895, May 25. Gen. Sir CHARLES JOHN STANLEY GOUGH, Y.C., 
Indian Army. 

1895, May 25. Lieut. Gen. Sir DRURY CURZON DRURY-LOWE, col. 
17th Lancers. 

1895, May 25. Adm. Sir WILLIAM MONTAGU DOWELL. 

1895, May 25. RICHARD JAMES (MEADE), 4th earl of Clanwilliam, 
Admiral of the Fleet. 

1895, May 25. Adm. Sir RICHARD YESEY HAMILTON. 

1895, June 28. Adm. Sir FREDERICK WILLIAM RICHARDS. 

1896, Jan. 21. Maj. Gen. Sir ROBERT CUNLIFFE Low, Indian Army, 

commanding a first-class district in India, in recognition of 
services during the operation of the Chitral Relief Force. 

1896, May 20. Gen. Sir HUGH HENRY GOUGH, Y.C., Indian Staff 
Corps. 

1896, May 20. Lieut. Gen. Sir GERALD GRAHAM, Y.C., Royal 
Engineers. 

1896, May 20. Gen. Sir GEORGE RICHARDS GREAVES. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Gen. Sir ANTHONY BLAXLAND 

STRANSHAM, Royal Marines. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Lieut. Gen. (Local Gen.) Sir GEORGE 
STEWART WHITE, Y.C., commander-in-chief, East Indies. 



202 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Maj. Gen. and Hon. Lieut. Gen. Sir 
HENRY MARSHMAN HAVELOCK-ALLAN, bart., Y.C., col. the 
Royal Irish Regiment. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Adm. Sir NOWELL SALMON, Y.C., 
commander-in-chief, Portsmouth. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Adm. Sir ALGERNON MCLENNAN LYONS, 
principal naval A.D.C. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Adm. Sir MICHAEL CULME-SEYMOUR, 

bart. 

1898, May 20. Gen. Sir WILLIAM STEPHEN ALEXANDER LOCKHART, 

Indian Army, in recognition of services during the recent 
operations on the North-West Frontier of India. 

1898, May 21. Gen. H.R.H. ARTHUR WILLIAM PATRICK ALBERT, 
duke of Connaught and Strathearn, A.D.C., commanding the 
Troops, Aldershot. 

1898, Nov. 15. Lieut. Gen. Sir FRANCIS WALLACE GRENFELL, com- 
manding the Force in Egypt, in recognition of services in 
Egypt and the Sudan, including the battles of Atbara and 
Khartum. Afterwards lord Grenfell. 

1898, Nov. 15. Maj. Gen. HORATIO HERBERT, LORD KITCHENER, 

Royal Engineers, Sirdar of the Egyptian Army (same 
occasions). 

1899, June 3. Gen. Sir JOHN FORBES, Bombay Cavalry. 
1899, June 3. Adm. Sir WALTER JAMES HUNT-GRUBBE. 

1899, June 3. Adm. the Hon. Sir EDMUND ROBERT FREMANTLE. 
1899, June 3. Adm. Sir JOHN OMMANNEY HOPKINS. 

1899, June 3. Gen. Sir ROBERT BIDDULPH, Royal Artillery, governor 

and commander-in-chief Gibraltar. 

1900, May 23. Gen. Sir CHARLES COOPER JOHNSON, Indian Staff 

Corps. 

1900, May 23. Lieut. Gen. Sir BAKER CREED RUSSELL, col. 13th 
Hussars, commanding the Troops Southern District. 

1900, May 23. Gen. Sir WILLIAM OLPHERTS, V.C., col. commandant 
Royal (late Bengal) Artillery. 



G. C. B. MILITARY 203 

1900, Nov. 9. Y. Adm. Sir EDWARD HOBART SEYMOUR. 

1900, Nov. 29. Lieut. Gen. (temporary gen.) Sir HENRY BRACKEN- 
BURY, col. commandant, Royal Artillery, in recognition of 
services in connection with the campaign in South Africa, 
1899-1900. (See footnote on p. 347.) 

1900, Nov. 29. Lieut. Gen. Sir CHARLES MANSFIELD CLARKE, baxt., 

(same occasion). 

1901, Mar. 19. (Honorary) prince LUITPOLD CHARLES JOSEPH 

GUILLAUME Louis, regent of Bavaria. 

1901, Aug. 16. (Honorary) field-marshal count VON WALDERSEE. 

1902, June 26. Adm. the lord WALTER TALBOT KERR, 4th son of 

7th marquess of Lothian. 

1902, June 26. Adm. Sir JOHN ARBUTHNOT FISHER. 

1902, June 26. V. Adm. Sir FREDERICK GEORGE DENHAM BEDFORD. 

1902, June 26. (Additional) Adm. the Et. Hon. Sir JOHN CHARLES 
DALRYMPLE HAY, baxt. (retired). 

1902, June 26. (Additional) Sir WILLIAM GRAHAM (retired). 

1902, June 26. (Additional) Adm. Sir ALGERNON CHARLES FIESCHI 
HENEAGE (retired). 

1902, June 26. (Additional) Adm. Sir ALEXANDER BULLER (retired). 
1902, June 26. Gen. Sir EICHARD CHAMBRE HAYES TAYLOR. 

1902, June 26. Gen. Sir HARRY NORTH DALRYMPLE PRENDERGAST. 
Y.C., unemployed supernumerary list, Royal (late Madras) 
Engineers. 

1902, June 26. Gen. Sir JOHN WATSON, Y.C., unemployed super- 
numerary list, Indian Staff Corps. 

1902, June 26. Lieut. Gen. Sir ROBERT HUME. 

1902, June 26. Gen. Sir MARTIN DILLON. 

1902, June 26. Gen. Sir REGINALD GIPPS. 

1902, June 26. Lieut. Gen. Sir ROBERT GRANT. 



204 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1902, Sept. 19. His Majesty MENELEK II., emperor of Ethiopia. 

1902, Oct. 31. (Additional) Lieut. Gen. PAUL SANFORD (METHUEN), 
3rd lord Methuen (for services in South Africa). 

1902, Nov. 9. (Additional) Adm. Sir EGBERT HENRY MORE 
MOLYNEUX. 

1902, Nov. 9. (Additional) Adm. Sir CHARLES FREDERICK HOTHAM. 

1902, Nov. 9. (Additional) Adm. the lord CHARLES THOMAS 

MONTAGU-DOUGLAS-SCOTT, 4th son of 5th duke of Buccleuch. 

1903, June 26. Gen. Sir ARTHUR POWER PALMER, Indian Army. 

1903, June 26. Gen. Sir GEORGE WENTWORTH ALEXANDER 
HIGGINSON. 

1903, June 26. Gen. Sir RICHARD HARRISON, Eoyal Engineers. 

1903, Nov. 9. Adm. Sir CYPRIAN ARTHUR GEORGE BRIDGE. 

1904, April 26. (Honorary) FRIEDRICK ADOLPHE HERMANN, reigning 

prince of Waldeck and Pyrmont. 

1904, June 10. (Honorary) H.I. and E.H. Archduke FREDERICK 
MARIE ALBERT WILLIAM CHARLES, duke of Teschen of 
Austria. 

1904, June 24. Gen. Sir EDWARD ALAN HOLDICH. 

1904, June 24. Gen. Sir JOHN ALEXANDER EWART, since deceased. 

1904, June 24. Gen. Sir WILLIAM GORDON CAMERON. 

1904, June 24. Lieut. Gen. Sir THOMAS KELLY-KENNY. 

1904, June 24. Lieut. Gen. Sir CHARLES COMYN EGERTON, Indian 
Army, in recognition of his services in command of the 
Somaliland Field Force. 

1904, Nov. 9. Adm. Sir COMPTON EDWARD DOM VILE. 



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KNIGHTS GEAND CROSS CIYIL DIVISION (G.C.B.). 



Existing knights of the Bath declared Civil G.C.B. at the extension 

of the Order. 

1815, Jan. 2. Sir EGBERT GUNNING. 

1815, Jan. 2. JAMES (HARRIS), 1st earl of Malmesbury. 

1815, Jan. 2. MORTON (EDEN), 1st lord Henley. 

1815, Jan. 2. CHARLES (WHITWORTH), lord afterwards earl Whit- 
worth. 

1815, Jan. 2. Sir JOSEPH BANKS, bart. 

1815, Jan. 2. Et. tlon. Sir ARTHUR PAGET. 

1815, Jan. 2. Sir PHILIP FRANCIS. 

1815, Jan. 2. Sir GEORGE HILARO BARLOW. 

1815, Jan. 2. PERCY CLINTON SYDNEY (SMYTHE), 6th viscount 
Strangford in Ireland, afterwards lord Penshurst in Great 
Britain. 

1815, Jan. 2. The Hon. Sir HENRY WELLESLEY, afterwards 1st lord 
Cowley. 

1815, Jan. 2. The Hon. Sir CHARLES STUART (Stewart). 

Subsequent Appointments. 

1816, Oct. 21. Sir EGBERT LISTON. 

1819, Oct. 20. Sir WILLIAM A'CouRT, bart., afterwards 1st lord 

Heytesbuiy. Invested by the king of Naples. 

1820, May 20. Sir CHARLES LONG, afterwards lord Farnborough. 

An extra G.C.B. in contemplation of the coronation of 
George IY. Invested May 22. 

1820, May 20. Sir CHARLES BAGOT. Extra ut supra. 
1822, Mar. 8. The Et. Hon. EDWARD THORNTON. 



206 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1822, Apr. 1. Maj. Gen. the Et. Hon. Sir BENJAMIN BLOOMFIELD, 
afterwards 1st lord Bloomfield. 

1825, May. GRANVILLE (LEVESON-GOWER), 1st viscount, afterwards 
4th earl Granville. Invested by the king of France 1825, 
June 9. 

1827, Dec. 13. Et. Hon. FREDERICK JAMES LAMB, afterwards lord 
Beauvale and 3rd viscount Melbourne. 

1829, Dec. 7. E/t. Hon. Sir STRATFORD CANNING, afterwards viscount 
Stratford de Eedcliffe. 

1829, Dec. 7. Et. Hon. Sir EGBERT GORDON. 

1831, Aug. 3. Et. Hon. Sir EGBERT ADAIR. 

1832, June 6. HENRY JOHN (TEMPLE), 3rd viscount Palmerston. 

1833, Aug. 31. CHARLES MANNERS SUTTON, afterwards 1st viscount 

Canterbury. 

1834, Mar. 3. JOHN (PONSONBY), 2nd lord and afterwards 1st 

viscount Ponsonby. 

1834, Sept. 16. GILBERT (ELLIOT-MURRAY-KYNYNMOUND), 2nd ear] 

of Minto. 

1835, Aug. 29. GEORGE (EDEN), 2nd lord, afterwards 1st earl of 

Auckland. 

1835, Sept. 12. Et. Hon. Sir CHARLES THEOPHILUS METCALFE, bart. 
Invested by lord Auckland, gov. gen. of India, 1836, Mar. 14. 

1837, June 27. JOHN GEORGE (LAMBTON), 1st earl of Durham. 
1837, July 12. PAUL ANTHONY, prince Esterhazy (Honorary). 

1837, Oct. 19. GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK VILLLERS, afterwards 
8th earl of Clarendon. 

1837, Dec. 15. AUGUSTUS FREDERICK, duke of Sussex. Appointed 

first and principal G.C.B. Dec. 15, and acting Great Master 
of the Order Dec. 16. Invested 1838, Feb. 21. 

1838, July 19. ARCHIBALD (ACHESON), 2nd earl of Gosford. An 

extra civil G.C.B. 



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1838, July 19. Col. GEORGE WILLIAM RUSSELL, commonly called 
called lord George William Russell, envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary to the king of Prussia. An 
extra civil G.C.B. 

1838, July 19. CHARLES AUGUSTUS (ELLIS), 6th lord Howard de 
Walden, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary 
to Portugal. An extra civil G.C.B. 

1838, July 20. RICHARD JENKINS, formerly of the East India Com- 

pany's Civil Service. An extra civil G.C.B. 

1839, Apr. 15. JOHN McNEiLL. 

1841, Aug. 19. Rt. Hon. CHARLES EDWARD (POULETT THOMSON), 
1st lord Sydenham, gov. gen. of British North America. 

1841, Aug. 27. Lieut. Gen. Sir HOWARD DOUGLAS, bart. 

1841, Aug. 27. Lieut. Gen. Sir LIONEL SMITH, bart., gov. of 

Mauritius. 

1842, Dec. 2. Maj. Gen. Sir HENRY POTTINGER. 

1843, Nov. 10. ARTHUR ASTON, late H.M. envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary to the queen of Spain. 

1844, July 1. Lieut. Gen. Sir HENRY HARDINGE, afterwards 1st 

viscount Hardinge. 

1844, July 10. Sir EDMUND LYONS, bart., capt. R.N., H.M. minister 
plenipotentiary to the king of Greece. 

1844, Oct. 30. Rt. Hon. EDWARD (LAW), 1st earl of Ellenborough. 

1845, Dec. 11. Rt. Hon. CHARLES CECIL COPE (JENKINSON), 3rd 

earl of Liverpool. 

1846, June 24. Lieut. Gen. JOHN (FANE), 17th earl of Westmorland, 

envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary at 
Berlin. 

1847, Jan. 28. Sir GEORGE HAMILTON SEYMOUR, envoy extra- 

ordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the queen of 
Portugal. 

1847, Dec. 10. CONSTANTINE HENRY (PHIPPS), 3rd marquess of 
Normanby, ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary 
to the king of the French. 

14 



208 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1848, Jan. 22. ERNEST CHRISTIAN CHARLES, prince of Hohenlohe- 
Langenburg. 

1848, Jan. 22. FREDERICK WILLIAM CHARLES GEORGE ERNEST 

ADOLPHUS GUSTAVUS, hereditary (subsequently reigning) 
grand duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. 

1849, Mar. 31. Sir GEORGE GREY, bart., one of her majesty's 

principal secretaries of state. 

1851, Mar. 1. Sir WILLIAM HENRY LYTTON EARLE BULWER, after- 

wards lord Bailing and Bulwer, envoy extraordinary and 
plenipotentiary to the United States of America. 

1852, Feb. 23. Et. Hon. JOHN CAM (HOBHOUSE), lord Broughton. 

1853, Feb. 21. HENRY EICHARD CHARLES (WELLESLEY), 2nd lord 

and 1st earl Cowley, ambassador extraordinary and pleni- 
potentiary to his majesty the emperor of the French. 

1854, Apr. 15. Et. Hon. Sir JAMES EGBERT GEORGE GRAHAM, bart., 

a lord of the admiralty. 

1855, Oct. 29. Fox (MAULE), 2nd lord Panmure, afterwards llth 

earl of Dalhousie, secretary of state for war. 

1856, June 19. Et. Hon. Sir CHARLES WOOD, bart., afterwards 1st 

viscount Halifax, of Monk Bretton, a lord of the admiralty. 

1857, Jan. 24. EDWARD GRANVILLE (ELIOT), 3rd earl of St. Germans. 

1857. Nov. 11. Sir JOHN LAIRD MAIR LAWRENCE, afterwards lord 

Lawrence', chief commissioner and agent to the gov. gen. of 
India for the affairs of the Punjab. 

1858, Mar. 5. JOHN HOBART (CARADOC), 2nd lord Howden, maj. 

gen., envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to 
the queen of Spain. 

1858, Sept. 3. JOHN ARTHUR DOUGLAS (BLOOMFIELD), 2nd lord 
Bloomfield, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipoten- 
tiary to the king of Prussia. 

1858, Sept. 28. (Extra) JAMES (BRUCE), 8th earl of Elgin, and 12th 

earl of Kincardine, high commissioner and plenipotentiary 
on a special mission to the emperor of China. 

1859, Mar. 31. (Extra) Et. Hon. CHARLES JOHN (CANNING), 2nd 

viscount Canning, gov. gen. of India. 

1859, Mar. 31. (Extra) Et. Hon. JOHN (ELPHINSTONE), 13th lord 
Elphinstone, gov. of the Presidency of Bombay. 



G. C. B. CIVIL 209 

1859, June 15. (Extra) Rt. Hon. JAMES HOWARD (HARRIS), 3rd earl 
of Malmesbury, secretary of state for foreign affairs. 

1859, June 15. (Extra) Rt. Hon. Sir JOHN SOMERSET PAKINGTON, 
bart, afterwards 1st lord Hampton, one of the commissioners 
of the admiralty. 

1862, Jan. 24. RICHARD BICKERTON PEMELL (LYONS), 2nd lord, and 

afterwards 1st viscount Lyons, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary to the United States of America. 

1863, Mar. 10. Rt. Hon. JOHN ROBERT (TOWNSHEND), 3rd viscount 

and afterwards 1st earl Sydney, lord chamberlain of her 
majesty's household. 

1S63, Mar. 20. CHRISTIAN IX., king of Denmark. Nominated by 
queen Victoria 1863, Mar. 20, he being then prince Christian 
of Denmark; warrant of appointment dated 1865, Mar. 11, 
but his precedence to be as of date 1863, Mar. 20. 

1863, Aug. 11. Sir JAMES HUDSON, envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary to the king of Italy. 

1864, July 1. Maj. Gen. Sir HENRY KNIGHT STORKS, late high 

commissioner of the Ionian Islands. 

1865, Mar. 17. The Hon. Sir FREDERICK WILLIAM ADOLPHUS 

BRUCE, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to 
the emperor of China, and now envoy extraordinary and 
minister to the United States of America. 

1865, June 1. (Honorary) His Highness the MUSHIR MOHAMMED 

EL SADECK BASHA BEY, Bey of Tunis. 

1866, Jan. 5. The Rt. Hon. Sir ROBERT PEEL, bart. 

1866, Jan. 29. H.S.H. ERNEST LEOPOLD VICTOR CHARLES AUGUSTE 
JOSEPH EMICH, prince of Leiningen, capt. R.N. (nephew to 
the sovereign). 

1866, June 12. H.S.H. FRANCIS PAUL CHARLES Louis ALEXANDER, 
prince of Teck. (Honorary.) 

1866, July 6. (Extra) Sir ANDREW BUCHANAN, ambassador extra- 
ordinary and plenipotentiary to the emperor of Russia. 

1866, July 6. (Extra) The Hon. Sir AUGUSTUS WILLIAM FREDERICK 
SPENCER LOFTUS, commonly called lord Augustus Loftus, 
ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary to the king 
of Prussia. 



210 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1866, July 6. (Extra) Sir ARTHUR CHARLES MAGENIS, late envoy 
extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the king of 
Portugal. 

1866, Dec. 18. (Honorary) H.H. ISMAIL PACHA, viceroy of Egypt. 

1867, May 8. (Honorary) H.S.H. HERMAN ERNEST FRANCIS 

BERNHARD, prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg, the queen's 
nephew. 

1868, Nov. 13. (Extra) The Et. Hon. Sir JOHN YOUNG, bart., late 

capt. gen. and governor-in-chief in and over the colony oi 
New South "Wales, afterwards lord Lisgar. 

1869, Nov. 22. (Extra) The Et. Hon. HENRY GEORGE ELLIOT, 

ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary to the 
Ottoman Porte. 

1872, July 13. The Et. Hon. EGBERT VERNON (SMITH), 1st lord 
Lyveden. 

1872, July 13. Sir HENRY FRANCIS HOWARD, late envoy extra- 

ordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the king of 
Bavaria. 

1873, Feb. 12. (Extra) Sir ALEXANDER JAMES EDMUND COCKBURN, 

bart., lord chief justice, king's bench. 

1874, Feb. 21. The Hon. ODO WILLIAM LEOPOLD EUSSELL, commonly 

called lord Odo Eussell, afterwards 1st lord Arnpthill,. 
ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary to tho 
emperor of Germany. 

1876, May 17. The Et. Hon. Sir HENRY BARTLE EDWARD FRERE, 

afterwards bart. 

1877, Apr. 17. (Honorary) H.E.H. GEORGE ADOLPHUS FREDERICK 

AUGUSTUS VICTOR ERNEST ADALBERT GUSTAVUS WILLIAM 
WELLINGTON, hereditary grand duke of Mecklenburg- 
Strelitz. 

1878, Jan. 1. The Et. Hon. EDWARD EGBERT (LYTTON), 2nd lord 

afterwards 1st earl of Lytton, viceroy and governor-general 
of India. 

1878, June 11. Et. Hon. HENRY AUSTEN LAYARD, ambassador 

extraordinary and plenipotentiary to the sultan of Turkey. 

1879, Jan. 24. FRANCIS HUGH GEORGE (SEYMOUR), 8th marquess of 

Hertford, gen., lord chamberlain of her majesty's household. 



G. C. B. CIVIL 211 

1879, June 6. (Honorary) Prince ALEXANDER JOSEPH of Battenberg, 

prince elect of Bulgaria. 

1880, Mar. 20. Rt. Hon. STEPHEN CAVE, paymaster-general of the 

Forces. 

1880, Apr. 20. Rt. Hon. RICHARD ASSHETON CROSS, afterwards 
viscount Cross. 

1880, Apr. 20. Rt. Hon. Sir STAFFORD HENRY NORTHCOTE, bart., 
afterwards earl of Iddlesleigh. 

1880, Apr. 20. Rt. Hon. lord JOHN JAMES ROBERT (MANNERS), 

afterwards 7th duke of Rutland. 

1881, Aug. 13. Prince HENRY (ALBERT WILLIAM HENRY), of Prussia. 

1881, Sept. 20. HENRY BOUVERIE WILLIAM BRAND, M.P., speaker 

of the House of Commons, afterwards viscount Hampden. 

1882, GEORGE VICTOR, prince of Waldeck (Honorary). 

1883, June 15. The Rt. Hon. FREDERICK TEMPLE (BLACKWOOD), 

earl afterwards marquess of Dufferin. 

1883, Aug. 21. Rt. Hon. Sir EDWARD THORNTON, ambassador 
extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary at St. Petersburg. 

1883, Aug. 21. Rt. Hon. Sir AUGUSTUS BERKELEY PAGET, 

ambassador extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary at 
Rome. 

1884, Nov. 21. Rt. Hon. Sir JOHN ALEXANDER MACDONALD, prime 

minister of the Dominion of Canada. 

1885, Jan. 7. Rt. Hon. HENRY AUSTIN (BRUCE), 1st lord Aberdare, 

P.C. 

1885, Jan. 9. The most hon. GEORGE AUGUSTUS CONSTANTINE 
(Pnipps), 4th marquess of Normanby, P.C. 

1885, June 15. His Excellency Sir JOHN SAVILE LUMLEY, ambass- 
ador extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary at Rome. 

1885, June 30. Rt. Hon. CHARLES (SHAW-LEFEVRE), viscount 
Eversley, P.C. 

1885, June 30. Rt. Hon. ROBERT (LOWE), viscount Sherbrooke, P.C. 



212 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1885, Aug. 3. (Honorary) His Highness prince PHILIPPE, of Saxe- 

Coburg and Gotha [Ferdinand Philippe Marie Auguste 
Raphael, 2nd son of August, 3rd son of duke Ernest I. of 
Saxe-Coburg-Gotha,]. 

1886, Feb. 2. Et. Hon. FREDERICK ARTHUR STANLEY, M.P., one of 

Her Majesty's aides-de-camp, afterwards 25th earl of Derby. 

1886, Feb. 2. Rt. Hon. Sir EDWARD BALDWIN MALET, ambassador 

extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary at Berlin. 

1887, June 21. (Honorary) His Imperial Highness the grand duke 

SERGE ALEXANDROVITCH, of Russia. 

1887, June 21. H.R.H. ERNEST Louis CHARLES ALBERT WILLIAM, 
hereditary grand duke of Hesse. (Honorary.) 

1887, June 21. His Highness BERNARD FREDERICK WILLIAM 
ALBERT GEORGE, hereditary prince of Saxe-Meiningen. 
(Honorary.) 

1887, June 21. His Highness MEHEMED TEWFIK, the khedive of 
Egypt. (Honorary.) 

1887, June 21. Hon. Gen. the Rt. Hon. Sir HENRY FREDERICK 
PONSONBY, private secretary and Extra Equerry to the 
Queen. 

1887, June 21. (Additional) Y. Adm. H.S.H. prince VICTOR 
FERDINAND FRANZ EUGEN GUSTAF ADOLPH CONSTANTIN 
FRIEDRICH, of Hohenlohe Langenburg. 

1887, June 21. (Additional) H.S.H. prince Louis ALEXANDER of 
Battenberg, commander Royal Navy. 

1887, Sept. 30. The Rt. Hon. Sir ROBERT BURNETT DAVID MORIER, 

ambassador extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary at 
St. Petersburg. 

1888, Mar. 10. Prince CHRISTIAN FREDERICK WILLIAM CHARLES, 

crown prince of Denmark. 

1888, June 2. The Rt. Hon. Sir WILLIAM ARTHUR WHITE, 

ambassador extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary at 
Constantinople. 

1889, Jan. 2. The Rt. Hon. Sir HENRY DRUMMOND WOLFF, envoy 

extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to Persia. 



G. C. B. CIVIL 213 

1889, Apr. 29. The Et. Hon. Sir FRANCIS CLARE FORD, ambassador 
extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to Madrid (in 
connexion with her majesty's recent meeting with the queen 
regent of Spain at San Sebastian). 

1889, May 25. Sir WILLIAM JENNER, bart., M.D., one of the 
physicians in ordinary to her majesty. 

1889, July 23. Maj. Gen. Sir HENRY CRESWICKE EAWLINSON, 
member of the council of the secretary of state for India. 

1889, Aug. 2. MIRZA ALI ASGHER KHAN, Amin-es- Sultan, grand 

vizier to the shah of Persia. 

1890, July 18. (Honorary) baron FRANCOIS AUGUSTE LAMBERMONT, 

minister of state to the king of the Belgians. 

1890, July 19. (Extra) his highness prince CHRISTIAN VICTOR 

ALBERT LUDWIG ERNEST ANTON, of Schleswig-Holstein. 

1891, July 14. (Honorary) his highness prince ARIBERT JOSEPH 

ALEXANDER, of Anhalt. 

1891, Oct. 23. Gen. the Et. Hon. ALEXANDER NELSON (Hooo), 3rd 

lord, afterwards viscount Bridport, retired pay, one of 
Her Majesty's lords-in-waiting in ordinary and one of Her 
Majesty's extra equerries. 

1892, May 16. (Honorary) his serene highness prince ADOLPHE 

GEORGE, of Schaumbourg-Lippe. 

1892, May 25. Sir JULIAN PAUNCEFOTE, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary to the "United States. 

1892, June 10. H.H. prince ABBAS PASHA, khedive of Egypt. 

1892, Aug. 1. The Et. Hon. EDWARD (BOOTLE-WILBRAHAM), 1st 
earl of Lathom, P.C., lord chamberlain of her majesty's 
household. 

1892, Aug. 1. Sir EGBERT GEORGE WTNDHAM HERBERT, late under- 
secretary of state, colonial office. 

1892, Aug. 1. Sir PHILIP WODEHOUSE CURRIE, under-secretary of 
state for foreign affairs, afterwards lord Currie. 



214 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1892, Aug. 20. Sir HENRY BROUGHAM LOCH, gov. and Commander- 
in-chief of the Cape of Good Hope and its dependencies, and 
high commissioner of South Africa, afterwards 1st lord 
Loch. 

1892, Aug. 20. Sir REGINALD EARLE WELBY, permanent secretary 
of the treasury, afterwards lord Welby. 

1892, Dec. 21. H.R.H. prince FERDINAND VICTOR ALBERT MAINRAD, 

crown prince of E/oumania (honorary). 

1893, May 19. (Extra) Rt. Hon. FARRER (HERSCHELL), 1st lord 

Herschell, lord high chancellor of England. 

1893, Dec. 29. (Honorary) his highness ABDUL RAHMAN KHAN, 
amir of Afghanistan. 

1895, Jan. 8. EVELYN (BARING), lord, afterwards earl of Cromer, 
minister plenipotentiary in Egypt. 

1895, May 25. The Rt. Hon. LYON (PLAYFAIR), lord Playfair. 

1895, May 25. The Rt. Hon. JAMES STANSFELD. 

1895, June 29. Rt. Hon. HENRY CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN. 

1895, July 4. H.R.H. CONSTANTINE, crown prince of Greece. 

1896, May 20. The Rt. Hon. Sir EDMUND JOHN MONSON, ambassador 

extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary at Vienna. 

1896, July 21. (Honorary) H.R.H. Prince CHRISTIAN FREDERICK 

CHARLES GEORGE WALDEMAR AXEL, of Denmark, wrongly 
gazetted as military G.C.B. 

1897, Jan. 1. The Rt. Hon. Sir FRANK CAVENDISH LASCELLES, 

ambassador extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary at 
Berlin. 

1897, Mar. 23. The Hon. Sir ROBERT HENRY MEADE, late under 
secretary of state for the Colonial Department. 

1897, June 22. (Honorary) His highness prince FREDERIC CHARLES 
Louis CONSTANTIN, of Hesse. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) The Hon. Sir SPENCER CECIL 
BRABAZON PONSONBY-FANE, comptroller of accounts, lord 
chamberlain's department. 



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1897, June 22. (Additional) Sir ARTHUR LAWRENCE HALIBURTON, 
afterwards lord Haliburton, permanent under secretary of 
state, War Office. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Col. Sir EDWARD EIDLEY COLBORNE 
BRADFORD, aide-de-camp to the queen, commissioner of the 
Metropolitan Police. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) The Rt. Hon. Sir NICHOLAS RODERICK 
O'CoNOR, ambassador extraordinary and minister pleni- 
potentiary at St. Petersburg. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) The Rt. Hon. Sir HORACE RUMBOLD, 
bart., ambassador extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary 
at Vienna. 

1897, Oct. 22. H.S.H. ERNEST WILLIAM FREDERICK CHARLES 
MAXIMILIAN, hereditary prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg. 

1899, Jan. 2. Sir HUGH OWEN, late permanent secretary to the 
Local Government Board. 

1899, Jan. 2. Sir CHARLES LENNOX PEEL, late clerk of the Council. 

1899, June 9. Rt. Hon. Sir CHARLES STEWART SCOTT, ambassador 
extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary at St. Petersburg. 

1899, June 9. HENRY MORTON STANLEY, M.P. 

1900, May 23. The Rt. Hon. VICTOR ALBERT GEORGE (CniLD- 

VILLIERS), 7th earl of Jersey. 

1900, June 29. (Honorary) H.R.H. prince GEORGE of Greece. 

1900, Nov. 16. Sir THOMAS HENRY SANDERSON, permanent under 
secretary of state for Foreign Affairs. 

1900, Nov. 27. (Extra) His Highness prince ALBERT JOHN CHARLES 

FREDERICK ALFRED GEORGE, of Schleswig-Holstein. 

1901, Jan. 1. Sir ALFRED MILNER, high commissioner for South 

Africa, afterwards viscount Milner. 

1901, Jan. 1. Sir FRANCIS Mow ATT, secretary to the Treasury. 
1901, Feb. 13. The Rt. Hon. lord justice Sir ROBERT ROMER. 

1901, Feb. 15. (Honorary) His Imperial Highness the grand duke 
MICHAEL ALEXANDROWICH, of Russia. 



2i6 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1901, Feb. 19. (Honorary) His Imperial Highness the archduke 
FRANZ FERDINAND, of Austria. 

1901, Feb. 19. (Honorary) H.E.H. OSCAR GUSTAVE ADOLPHE, crown 
prince of Sweden and Norway. 

1901, July 2. (Honorary) MOULAI ABDUL-EL-AZIZ, sultan of Morocco. 
1901, Sept. 17. (Honorary) H.E.H. prince WALDEMAR, of Denmark. 

1901, Nov. 9. The Et. Hon. Sir FRANCIS EICHARD PLUNKETT, 

ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary at Vienna. 

1902, Jan. 14. (Honorary) The marquess ITO. 

1902, June 26. (Additional) EDWARD HYDE (VILLIERS), 9th earl of 
Clarendon, P.O., lord chamberlain. 

1902, June 26. (Additional) The Et. Hon. Sir FRANCIS HENRY 
JEUNE, P.O., judge advocate general. 

1902, June 26. (Additional) The Et. Hon. Sir ALGERNON EDWARD 
WEST, P.O. 

1902, June 26. (Additional) Gen. The Et. Hon. Sir DIGHTON 
MACNAGHTEN PROBYN, Y.C., P.O., keeper of the privy purse. 

1902, Nov. 28. (Honorary) His Imperial Highness prince 

ARISUGAWA, of Japan, on the occasion of His Majesty's 
birthday. 

1903, Jan. 1. (Honorary) His Highness ASAF YAH MUZAFFAR-UL- 

MAMALIK, NIZAM-UL-MULK NIZAM-UD-DAULA NAWAB MIR 
SIR MAHBUB ALI KHAN BAHADUR FATEH YANG, of Hyder- 
abad. 

1903, Jan. 27. (Honorary) prince CHARLES of Bourbon, prince of 
the Asturias. 



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KNIGHT COMMANDERS MILITARY DIVISION 
K.C.B. (MILITARY). 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. JAMES (GAMBIER), lord Gambler. Invested 
Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. Sir CHARLES MORICE POLE, bart. Invested 
Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. JAMES HAWKINS WHITSHED. Invested Apr. 12. 
1815, Jan. 2. Adm. Sir EGBERT CALDER, bart. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. Sir RICHARD BICKERTON, bart. Invested 
June 29. 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. JOHN KNIGHT. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. EDWARD THORNBROUGH. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. GEORGE CAMPBELL. Invested Apr. 12. 

f 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. Sir ALBEMARLE BERTIE, bart. Invested 1817, 
Apr. 21. 

1815, Jan. 2. Adm. EDWARD (PELLEW), 1st lord, afterwards 1st earl 
Exrnouth. 

1815, Jan. 2. V. Adm. WILLIAM DOMETT. Invested 1818, Feb. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. V. Adm. GEORGE MURRAY. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Y. Adm. JOHN SUTTON. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Y. Adm. WILLIAM ESSINGTON. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Y. Adm. ELIAB HARVEY. Invested Apr. 20. 

1815, Jan. 2. Y. Adm. Sir EDMUND NAGLE. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Y. Adm. RICHARD GRINDALL. Invested by dispensa- 
tion 1816, May 30. 

1815, Jan. 2. Y. Adm. Sir GEORGE MARTIN. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Y. Adm. Sir WILLIAM SYDNEY SMITH. Invested at 
Paris by the duke of Wellington 1815, Dec. 29. 



2i8 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. GORDON DRUMMOND. Invested 1816, 
July 1. 

1815, Jan. 2. Y. Adm. HERBERT SAWYER. Invested Dec. 4. 
1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. JOHN ABERCROMBY. 

1815, Jan. 2. Y. Adm. the Hon. ROBERT STOPFORD. Invested 
Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Y. Adm. THOMAS FOLEY. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. RONALD CRAUFORD FERGUSON. Invested 
Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. HENRY WARDE. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Y. Adm. CHARLES TYLER. Invested 1816, Apr. 20. 

1815, Jan. 2. Y. Adm. ALAN HYDE (GARDNER), 2nd lord Gardner. 

1815, Jan. 2. Y. Adm. WILLIAM MITCHELL. 

1815, Jan. 2. Y. Adm. Sir THOMAS WILLIAMS. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Y. Adm. Sir THOMAS BOULDEN THOMPSON, bart. 
Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM HOUSTON. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. WILLIAM LUMLEY. Invested 
Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. WROTH PALMER ACLAND. Invested 
Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. MILES NIGHTINGALE. Invested 1819, 
July 23. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. HENRY FREDERICK CAMPBELL. Invested 
Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Y. Adm. WILLIAM HARGOOD. Invested Apr. 12. 
1815, Jan. 2. Y. Adm. ROBERT MOORSOM. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Y. Adm. LAWRENCE WILLIAM HALSTED. Invested 
Apr. 12. 



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219 



1815, Jan. 2. Y. Adm. Sir HARRY NEALE, bart. Invested Aug. 12. 
1815, Jan. 2. V. Adm. Sir JOSEPH SIDNEY YORKE. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Y. Adm. the Hon. ARTHUR KAYE LEGGE. Invested 
Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. ALAN CAMERON. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. the Hon. CHARLES COLVILLE. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. HENRY FANE. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. GEORGE ANSON. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. KENNETH ALEXANDER HOWARD, afterwards 
12th lord Howard of Effingham, and 5th earl of Effingham. 
Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. E. 'Adm. THOMAS FRANCIS FREMANTLE. Invested 
Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. E. Adm. Sir FRANCIS LAFOREY, bart. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. E. Adm. PHILIP CHARLES HENDERSON DURHAM. In- 
vested by dispensation 1815, July 10. Knighted and invested 
1816, May 14. 

1815, Jan. 2. E. Adm. ISRAEL PELLEW. Invested by dispensation 
1815, July 10. Knighted and invested 1816, July 1. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. HENRY BELL. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. JOHN OSWALD. Invested 1818, Feb. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. Sir WILLIAM ANSON, bart. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. EDWARD HOWORTH. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. CHARLES WALE. Invested Apr. 20. 

1815, Jan. 12. Maj. Gen. JOHN ORMSBY YANDELEUR. Invested at 
Brussels by the duke of Wellington. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. the Hon. EDWARD STOPFORD. Invested 
Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 12. Maj. Gen. GEORGE TOWNSHEND WALKER. Invested 
Apr. 12. 



220 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1815, Jan. 2. E. Adm. BENJAMIN HALLO WELL (afterwards Carew). 
Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. E. Adm. GEORGE HOPE. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. E. Adm. AHELITJS BEAUCLERK, commonly called lord 
Amelius Beauclerk. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. E. Adm. JAMES NICOLL MORRIS. Invested Apr. 12. 
1815, Jan. 2. E. Adm. THOS. BYAM MARTIN. Invested Nov. 27. 
1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. JAMES KEMPT. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. EGBERT EOLLO GILLESPIE. Nominated but 
died in India 1814, Oct. 31. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM HENRY PRINGLE. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. E. Adm. WILLIAM JOHNSTONE HOPE. Invested 
Sept. 29. 

1815, Jan. 2. E. Adm. HENRY PAULET, commonly called lord Henry 
Paulet. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. E. Adm. GEORGE COCKBURN. Invested June 29. 
1815, Jan. 2. E. Adm. GRAHAM MOORE. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. E. Adm. HENRY WILLIAM BAYNTUN. Invested 
Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. E. Adm. Sir EICHARD KING, bart. Invested Apr. 12. 
1815, Jan. 2. E. Adm. EICHARD LEE. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. FREDERICK PHILIPSE EOBINSON. Invested 
by dispensation in 1828. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. EDWARD BARNES. Never invested. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. the hon. WILLIAM PONSONBY. Invested 
Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. JOHN BYNG. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. THOMAS BRISBANE (afterwards Makdougall- 
Brisbane). 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. DENIS PACK. Invested Apr. 12. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 221 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. ROBERT EDWARD HENRY SOMERSET, 
commonly called lord Robert Edward Henry Somerset. 
Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. THOMAS BRADFORD. Invested June 8. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. JOHN LAMBERT. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. JAMES WILLOUGHBY GORDON. Invested 
Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. MANLEY POWER. Invested June 8. 
1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. SAMUEL GIBBS. Never invested. 

1815, Jan. 2. MATTHEW (AYLMER, afterwards Whitworth-Aylmer), 
5th lord Aylmer, maj. gen. Knighted and invested by the 
lord lieutenant at Dublin, 1815, June 5. 

1815, Jan. 2. R. Adm. WILLIAM HOTHAM. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. R. Adm. PULTENEY MALCOLM. Invested June 8. 

1815, Jan. 2. R. Adm. JOHN GORE. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. R. Adm. HENRY HOTHAM. Invested Apr. 12. ' * " 

1815, Jan. 2. R. Adm. GEORGE BURLTON. Invested by dispensation 
July 10. 

1815, Jan. 2. R. Adm. HOME RIGGS POPHAM. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. R. Adm. Sir JOSIAS ROWLEY, bart. Invested by dis- 
pensation July 10. Knighted and invested Nov. 27. 

1815, Jan. 2. R. Adm. EDWARD CODRINGTON. Invested Apr. 20. 

1815, Jan. 2. R. Adm. Sir CHARLES ROWLEY, bart. Knighted and 
invested May 25. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. COLQUHOUN GRANT. Invested Apr. 20. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. Sir THOMAS SIDNEY BECKWITH. Invested 
1816, July 5. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. the Hon. ROBERT WILLIAM O'CALLAGHAN. 
Invested Apr. 12. 



222 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. JOHN KEANE. Invested June 8. 
1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. COLIN HALKETT. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. Sir HENRY EDWARD BUNBURY, bart. 
Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. RICHARD HUSSEY YIVIAN. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. HENRY TORRENS. Invested Apr. 13. 

1815, Jan. 2. Capt. Sir GEORGE EYRE. Invested 1819, Nov. 26. 

1815, Jan. 2. Capt. Sir CHARLES BRISBANE. 

1815, Jan. 2. Capt. the Hon. JOHN TALBOT. Knighted 1815, 
Apr. 12. Invested 1820, May 22. 

1815, Jan. 2. Capt. Sir EDWARD BERRY, bart. Invested 1822, Feb. 8. 

1815, Jan. 2. Capt. Sir EDWARD HAMILTON, bart. Invested by 
dispensation in 1829. 

1815, Jan. 2. Capt. Sir EDWARD WILLIAM CAMPBELL RICH OWEN. 
Knighted 1816, May 14. 

1815, Jan. 2. Capt. Sir THOMAS MASTERMAN HARDY, bart. Knighted 
1815, June 29. Invested 1825, June 29. 

1815, Jan. 2. Capt. Sir YAHLEEL BRENTON, bart. Invested 1830, 
July 28. 

1815, Jan. 2. Capt. Sir MICHAEL SEYMOUR, bart. Knighted 1816, 
Apr. 20. Invested 1832, July 25. 

1815, Jan. 2. Capt. Sir THOMAS LAVIE. 

1815, Jan. 2. Capt. Sir PHILIP BOWES VERB BROKE, bart. Knighted 
1815, June 29. Invested 1830, July 28. 

1815, Jan. 2. Sir WILLIAM HOSTE, bart. Knighted 1815, June 8. 

1815, Jan. 2. Capt. Sir CHRISTOPHER COLE. 

1815, Jan. 2. Capt. Sir GEORGE EALPH COLLIER, bart. 

1815, Jan. 2. Capt. Sir JAMES LIND. 

1815, Jan. 2. Capt. JAMES ALEXANDER GORDON. Knighted 1815, 
June 29. Invested 1837, Mar. 17. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 223 

1815, Jan. 2. Capt. Sir THOMAS STAINES. 

1815, Jan. 2. Capt. Sir EDWARD TUCKER. Invested 1837, Apr. 19. 
1815, Jan. 2. Capt. Sir JAMES LUCAS YEO. 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. JOHN ELLEY. Knighted Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. CHARLES PHILIP BELSON, 28th regiment. Knighted 
1815, Apr. 12. Invested 1821, July 25. 

1815, Jan. 2. WILLIAM HOWE DE LANCET, deputy quarter master 
general. 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. BENJAMIN D'URBAN, 2nd West India Regiment. 
Knighted 1817, Apr. 21. Invested 1819, Nov. 26. 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. GEORGE RIDOUT BINGHAM, 53rd Foot. Knighted 
1815, Apr. -12. Invested 1819, Nov. 26. 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. the Hon. CHARLES JAMES GREVILLE, 38th Foot. 
Knighted 1815, Apr. 20. Invested 1819, Nov. 26. 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. HAYLETT FRAMINGHAM, Royal Artillery. Knighted 
Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. ANDREW FRANCIS BARNARD, 95th Foot. Knighted 
1815, Apr. 12. Invested 1819, Nov. 26. 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. WILLIAM ROBE, Royal Artillery. Knighted 
Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. HENRY WALTON ELLIS, 23rd Foot. 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. JOHN CAMERON, 9th Foot. Knighted and invested 
1822, Apr. 19. 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. the Hon. ROBERT LE POER TRENCH. Knighted 
by the lord lieut. of Ireland, Dec. 22. 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. CHARLES PRATT, 5th Foot. Knighted 1815, June 
29. Invested 1830, Aug. 4. 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. EDWARD BLAKENEY, 7th Foot. Knighted and 
invested 1825, June 29. 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. JOHN M'LEAN, 27th Foot. Knighted 1815, Apr. 
12. Invested 1825, June 29. 

15 



224 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. EICHARD DOWNES JACKSON, Coldstream Guards. 
Knighted 1815, Apr. 12. Invested 1825, June 29. 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. WILLIAM DOUGLAS, 91st Foot. 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. COLIN CAMPBELL, Coldstream Guards. Knighted 
Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. JOHN COLBORNE, 52nd Foot. 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. ARCHIBALD CAMPBELL, Portuguese Service. 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. THOMAS ARBUTHNOT, 57th Foot. Knighted 1816, 
July 1. 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. HENRY FREDERICK BOUVERIE, Coldstream Guards. 
Knighted 1815, Apr. 12. Invested 1825, June 29. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM WILLIAMS, 13th Foot. Knighted 
1815, Dec. 4. Invested 1830, Aug. 4. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. HENRY HOLLIS BRADFORD, 1st Guards. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. ALEXANDER LEITH, 31st Foot. Knighted 
1820, June 8. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. the Hon. EGBERT LAWRENCE DUNDAS, 
Eoyal Staff Corps. Knighted 1816, July 1. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. EGBERT ARBUTHNOT, Coldstream Guards. 
Knighted Dec. 4. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. CHARLES SUTTON, 23rd Foot. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. JAMES DAWES DOUGLAS, Portuguese service. 
Knighted 1815, Apr. 12. Invested 1831, Sept. 28. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. the Et. Hon. HENRY HARDINGE, afterwards 
1st viscount Hardinge, 1st Guards. Invested 1830, July 28. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. GEORGE HENRY FREDERICK BERKELEY, 
35th Foot. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. JEREMIAH DICKSON, assistant quarter- 
master general. Knighted Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. Sir JOHN MILLEY DOYLE. Authorised to 
wear the Star by royal warrant, dated 1838, Oct. 31. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 225 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. Sir THOMAS NOEL HILL, 1st Guards. 
1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. ROBERT ALACARA, 42nd Foot. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. the Hon. ALEXANDER GORDON, 3rd Foot 
Guards. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut Col. HENRY WILLIAM CARR, 83rd Foot. 
Knighted Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. CHARLES BROKE, assistant quartermaster- 
general. Knighted Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. CHARLES BROKE YERE. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. FITZROY JAMES HENRY SOMERSET, 
commonly called lord i itzroy Somerset, afterwards 1st lord 
Raglan : 1st Guards. Knighted and invested 1825, June 29. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut.* Col. JAMES WILSON, 48th Foot. Knighted 
1820, May 22. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. ALEXANDER J. DICKSON, Royal Artillery. 
Knighted 1815, June 8. Invested 1837, Mar. 17. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. JOHN MAY, Royal Artillery. Knighted 
1815, Apr. 12. Invested 1837, Apr. 19. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. GEORGE SCOVELL, late Staff Corps Cavalry. 
Knighted and invested 1837, Mar. 17. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM MAYNARD GOMM (Gomme), 
Coldstream Guards. Knighted 1815, Apr. 12. Invested 
1837, Mar. 17. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut Col. ULYSSES BURGH, afterwards 2nd lord 
Downes : 1st Guards. Knighted and invested 1837, May 17. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. FRANCIS D'OYLEY, 1st Guards. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. RICHARD WILLIAMS, of the Royal Marines. 
Knighted 1815, May 25. Invested 1838, Aug. 15. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. JAMES MALCOLM, of the Royal Marines. 
Knighted May 25. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. JAMES ARCHIBALD HOPE, 3rd Guards. 
Knighted 1815, May 25. Invested 1837, Apr. 19. 



226 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. AUGUSTUS SIMON FRAZER, Royal Artillery. 
Knighted Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. HEW DALRYMPLE Ross, Royal Artillery. 
Knighted 1815, May 25. Invested 1837, Apr. 19. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. EDMUND KEYNTON WILLIAMS, 81st Foot. 
Knighted and invested 1837, Apr. 19. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. MAXWELL GRANT, 42nd Foot. Knighted 
Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. FREDERICK STOVIN, 28th Foot. Knighted 
June 8. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. JOSEPH HUGH CARNCROSS, Royal Artillery. 
Knighted by the lord lieutenant of Ireland Dec. 22. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. ROBERT WILLIAM GARDINER, Royal 
Artillery. Knighted 1815, Apr. 12. Invested 1837, May 17. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. JOHN DYER, Royal Artillery. Knighted 
Apr. 12. 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. CHARLES, baron, afterwards count, LIN- 
SINGEN. Invested Apr. 12 (honorary). 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. LUDWIG GEORG THEDEL, count of Wal- 
moden Gimborn (honorary). 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. count NUGENT (honorary). 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. SIGISMUND, baron Low (honorary). 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. CHARLES, baron ALTEN (honorary). 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. HENRY DE HINUBER (honorary). 

1815, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. WILHELM DE DORNBERG (honorary). 

1815, Jan. 2. Col. FREDERICK, baron DE ARENTSCHILDT (honorary). 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. FREDERICK AUGUSTUS DE HERTZBERG 
(honorary). 

1815, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. JULIUS HARTMANN (honorary). 
1815, Apr. 7. Lieut. Gen. MOORE DISNEY. Invested Apr. 12. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 227 

1815, Apr. 7. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM INGLIS. Invested Apr. 12. 
1815, Apr. 7. Maj. Gen. JAMES LYON. 

1815, Apr. 7. Lieut. Gen. JOHN MACDONALD, of the East India 
Company's service. 

1815, Apr. 7. Maj. Gen. EGBERT BLAIR, of the East India Com- 
pany's service. 

1815, Apr. 7. Maj. Gen. GEORGE WOOD, of the East India Com- 
pany's service. 

1815, Apr. 7. Maj. Gen. HECTOR McLEAN, of the East India 
Company's service. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Apr. 7. Maj. Gen. THOMAS DALLAS, of the East India 
Company's service. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Apr. 7. Maj. Gen. JOHN MARY CHALMERS, of the East India 
Company's service. 

1815, Apr. 7. Maj. Gen. JOHN HORSFORD, of the East India 
Company's service. 

1815, Apr. 7. Maj. Gen. HENRY WHITE, of the East India 
Company's service. 

1815, Apr. 7. Maj. Gen. GABRIEL MARTINDELL, of the East India 
Company's Service. 

1815, Apr. 7. Maj. Gen. GEORGE SACKVILLE BROWNE, of the East 
India Company's Service. Invested Apr. 12. 

1815, Apr. 7. Maj. Gen. GEORGE HOLMES, of the East India 
Company's Service. 

1815, Apr. 7. Maj. Gen. DAVID OCHTERLONY, of the East India 
Company's Service. 

1815, Apr. 7. Col. JOHN MALCOLM, of the East India Company's 
Service. 

1815, Apr. 7. Col. AUGUSTUS FLOYER, of the East India Company's 
Service. 

1815, Apr. 7. Col. ROBERT BARCLAY, of the East India Company's 
Service. Knighted 1816, Apr. 20. 



228 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1815, June 7. Y. Adm. Sir DAVIDGE GOULD. Invested June 29. 
1815, June 20. Maj. Gen. GEORGE COOKE. Invested Oct. 19. 

1815, June 22. Maj. Gen. PEREGRINE MAITLAND. 
1815, June 22. Maj. Gen. FREDERICK ADAM. 

1815, Oct. 10. Lieut. Gen. MIGUEL D'ALAVA, of the Spanish Service. 
(Honorary). 

1815, Oct. 20. [FREDERICK FERDINAND KARL] BARON DE MUFFLING 

(Honorary). 

1816, Jan. 3. E. Adm. CHARLES YINICOMBE PENROSE. Invested by 

dispensation May 30. 

1816, Jan. 23. Maj. Gen. Sir HUDSON LOWE. Invested 1822, Apr. 19. 
1816, Sept. 19. E. Adm. Sir DAVID MILNE. Invested Oct. 2. 

1816, Oct. 4. Y. Adm. [THEODORUS FREDERIK] VAN CAPELLEN, of 

the king of Netherlands Navy (Honorary). 

1817, Jan. 7. Lieut. Gen. Sir ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, bart. Invested 

Feb. 6. 

1817, Feb. 3. Lieut. Gen. EICHARD JONES, of the East India 
Company's Service. Invested Mar. 6. 

1817, Mar. 11. Lieut. Gen. EGBERT MACFARLANE. Invested Apr. 21. 

1818, Sept. 5. Lieut. Gen. Sir THOMAS HISLOP, bart. 

1818, Oct. 14. Maj. Gen. DYSON MARSHALL, of the East India 
Company's Service. 

1818, Oct. 14. Lieut. Gen. EUFANE SHAW DONKIN. Invested 1822, 

Apr. 19. 

1819, Apr. 17. Gen. NICHOLAS CHARLES BARON YINCENT, of the 

Austrian Service (Honorary). 

1819, Apr. 17. Count CARLO ANDREA Pozzo DI BORGO, of the Russian 
Service (Honorary). 

1819, Apr. 17. Gen. DE EEEDE, of the Netherlands Service 
[Honorary]. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 229 

1819, Apr. 17. Lieut. Gen. LAMOTTE [Honorary]. 

1819, Aug. 12. Y. Adm. MANLEY DIXON. Invested Nov. 26. 

1819, Aug. 12. E. Adm. the Hon. Sir HENRY BLACKWOOD, bart. 
Invested Sept. 16. 

1819, Aug. 12. E. Adm. Sir JOHN Poo BERESFORD, bart. Invested 
Sept. 16. 

1819, Nov. 26. Maj. Gen. Sir THOMAS MUNRO, bart., of the East 
India Company's service. 

1819, Nov. 26. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM TOONE, of the East India 
Company's service. 

1819, Nov. 26. Maj. Gen. JOHN DOVETON, of the East India 

Company's service. 

1820, Mar. 17. Lieut. Gen. HENRY TUCKER MONTRESOR. Invested 

May 6. 

1820, May 20. Adm. HENRY TROLLOPE. Invested July 19. 

1820, May 20. Adm. HENRY D'ESTERRE DARBY. Invested July 19. 

1820, May 20. V. Adm. JOHN WELLS. Invested May 29. 

1820, May 20. V. Adm. HENRY NICHOLLS. 

1820, May 20. Capt. Sir EGBERT BARLOW. Invested May 29. 

1820, May 20. Capt. the Hon. Sir GEORGE GREY, bart. Invested 
May 29. 

1822, Dec. 3. Maj. Gen. Sir WILLIAM KEIR GRANT. Invested 1823, 
Apr. 21. 

1822, Dec. 3. Maj. Gen. JAMES CAMPBELL. Invested 1825, June 29. 
1822, Dec. 3. Maj. Gen. LIONEL SMITH, afterwards bart. 

1822, Dec. 3. Maj. Gen. THEOPHILUS PRITZLER. Invested 1823, 

Jan. 4. 

1823, July 23. Maj. Gen. THOMAS BROWN, of the East India 

Company's service. Invested by dispensation 1828. 



230 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1825, Jan. 13. E. Adm. WILLIAM CHARLES FAHIE. Invested 1825, 

Apr. 27. 

1826, June 8. E. Adm. EGBERT WALLER OTWAY, afterwards bart. 

Invested Aug. 4 by dispensation. 

1826, Dec. 26. Maj. Gen. THOMAS EEYNELL, afterwards bart. 
Invested by dispensation in 1827. 

1826, Dec. 26. Maj. Gen. JASPER NICHOLLS. Invested ut supra. 

1826, Dec. 26. Maj. Gen. SAMUEL FORD WHITTINGHAM. Invested 

ut supra. 

1827, Jan. 18. Maj. Gen. Sir THOMAS MCMAHON, bart. Invested 

by dispensation July 18. 

1827, Jan. 18. Lieut. Gen. THOMAS BOWSER, of the East India 
Company's service. Invested ut supra. 

1827, Jan. 18. Maj. Gen. JOHN ARNOLD, of the East India 
Company's service. Invested by dispensation in 1827. 

1827, Oct. 2. Lieut. Gen. Baron von HUGEL, of the Wurtemberg 

service (honorary). 

1828, Mar. 14. Adm. Louis count von HEYDEN, of the Eussian 

service (honorary). 

1828, Mar. 14. E. Adm. HENRI GAUTHIER LE CHEVALIER DE EIGNY, 
afterwards comte de Eigny in the service of the French 
King. 

1830, Nov. 17. Y. Adm. Sir WILLOUGHBY THOMAS LAKE. Invested 
Dec. 1. 

1830, Nov. 17. E. Adm. Sir FREDERICK LEWIS MAITLAND. Invested 

1831, Feb. 23. 

1831, Mar. 14. V. Adm. HENRY DIGBY. Invested Mar. 16- 
1831, May 19. V. Adm. EDWARD GRIFFITH COLPOYS. 

1831, May 19. Y. Adm. EDWARD JAMES FOOTE. Invested May 25. 
1831, June 8. V. Adm. CHARLES EKINS. Invested June 15. 
1831, June 8. E. Adm. THOMAS BAKER. Invested 1833, Mar. 13. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 231 

1831, Sept. 13. Lieut. Gen. SAMUEL YENABLES HINDE. Invested 
Sept. 28. 

1831, Sept. 13. Maj. Gen. JOHN WRIGHT GUISE, afterwards bart. 
Invested Sept. 28. 

1831, Sept. 13. Maj. Gen. JAMES BATHURST. Invested Sept. 28. 

1831, Sept. 13. Maj. Gen. JAMES STEVENSON BARNS. Invested 1835, 
June 3. 

1831, Sept. 13. E. Adm. Sir EGBERT LAURIE, bart. Invested 1836, 
Apr. 28. 

1831, Sept. 13. Maj. Gen. JOHN MACDONALD. Invested Sept. 28. 

1831, Sept. 13. Maj. Gen. ALEXANDER WOODFORD. Invested 1831, 
Sept. 28. 

1831, Sept. 13. Maj. Gen. the hon. FREDERICK CAVENDISH 
PONSONBY. Invested Sept. 28. 

1831, Sept. 13. E. Adm. GEORGE SCOTT. Invested Sept. 13. 
1831, Sept. 13. E. Adm. THOMAS DUNDAS. Invested Sept. 13. 

1831, Sept. 13. E. Adm. Sir GRAHAM EDEN HAMOND, bart. Invested 
Sept. 28. 

1831, Sept. 13. Maj. Gen. JOHN BUCHAN. Invested Sept. 28. 

1831, Sept. 13. Maj. Gen. HUGH GOUGH, afterwards 1st viscount 
Gough. Invested Sept. 28. 

1831, Sept. 13. Maj. Gen. CHARLES ASHWORTH. 

1831, Sept. 13. Maj. Gen. CHARLES BRUCE. Invested Sept. 28. 

1831, Sept. 13. Maj. Gen. JOHN FOSTER FITZGERALD. Invested 
Sept. 28. 

1831, Sept. 13. Maj. Gen. JOHN Eoss. Invested Sept. 28. 

1831, Sept. 13. Maj. Gen. DUGALD LITTLE GILMOUR. Invested 
Sept. 28. 

1831, Sept. 13. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM MACBEAN. Invested Sept. 28. 



232 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1831, Sept. 13. Maj. Gen. GEORGE ELDER. Invested Sept. 28. 

1831, Sept. 26. Maj. Gen. ALEXANDER KNOX, of the East India 
Company's service : at the Coronation of William IV. 

1831, Sept. 26. Maj. Gen. Sir JOHN WHITTINGTON ADAMS, of the 
East India Company's service. 

1831, Sept. 26. Maj. Gen. HENRY WORSLEY, of the East India 
Company's service. Invested Sept. 28. 

1831, Sept. 26. HOPTON STRATFORD SCOTT. Invested Sept. 28. 

1831, Sept. 26. Maj. Gen. EGBERT SCOT, of the East India Com- 
pany's service. Invested Sept. 28. 

1831, Sept. 26. Maj. Gen. ANDREW MACDOWALL, of the East India 

Company's service. 

1832, Feb. 20. E. Adm. JOHN TREMAYNE EODD. Invested Feb. 22. 

1832, Feb. 20. E. Adm. the hon. THOMAS BLADEN CAPEL. Invested 
Feb. 22. 

1832, Mar. 1. Maj. Gen. JOHN WATERS. Invested Mar. 28. 

1832, Apr. 7. Maj. Gen. HUGH FRASER, of the East India Com- 

pany's service. Invested 1834, Feb. 21. 

1833, Jan. 29. Adm. Sir CHARLES HAMILTON, bart. Invested 

Feb. 7. 

1833, Apr. 24. E. Adm. THOMAS HARVEY. Invested May 1. 

1833, Apr. 24. E. Adm. EICHARD HUSSEY HUSSEY. Invested 
May 16. 

1833, June 1. Y. Adm. JOHN HARVEY. Invested June 12. 
1833, June 1. Y. Adm. GEORGE PARKER. Invested June 12. 

1833, Sept, 16. Maj. Gen. ARTHUR BROOKE. Invested 1834, 
Mar. 19. 

1833, Sept. 16. Maj. Gen. Sir JOHN ALEXANDER WALLACE, bart. 

Invested 1834, Apr. 23. 

1834, July 14. E. Adm. Sir WILLIAM PARKER. Invested July 16. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 233 

1834, Oct. 6. E. Adm. EDWARD BRACE. Invested Oct. 29. 

1834, Oct. IT. Maj. Gen. JOHN TAYLOR. Invested Oct. 29. 

1835, Jan. 26. Maj. Gen. RICHARD BOURKE. Invested by dispensa- 

tion 1835, Feb. 23. 

1835, Mar. 28. Maj. Gen. the hon. HENRY KING. Invested May 13. 

1835, Aug. 10. E. Adm. CHARLES ADAM. Invested Aug. 12. 

1836, Apr. 11. E. Adm. PATRICK CAMPBELL. Invested by dis- 

pensation Nov. 29. 

1836, Sept. 16. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM THORNTON. Invested 1837, 
Mar. IT. 

1836, Dec. 21. Maj. Gen. HENRY SIIEEHY KEATING. Invested 1838, 
Feb. 21. 

183T, Feb. 6. Maj. Gen. Sir JOHN WILSON. 

183T, Feb. 28. V. Adm. Eoss DONNELLY. Invested Mar. IT. 

183T, Feb. 28. E. Adm. FRANCIS WILLIAM AUSTEN. Invested 
Mar. IT. 

183T, Feb. 28. E. Adm. GEORGE MUNDY. Invested Mar. IT. 

183T, Mar. 10. Maj. Gen. JAMES LILLYMAN CALDWELL, of the East 
India Company's service. Invested May 10. 

183T, Mar. 10. Maj. Gen. ALEXANDER CALDWELL, of the East India 
Company's service. Invested Mar. IT. 

183T, Mar. 10. Maj. Gen. DAVID LEIGHTON, of the East India 
Company's service. Invested Apr. 26. 

183T, Mar. 10. Maj. Gen. CHARLES DEACON, of the East India 
Company's service. Invested Mar. IT. 

183T, Mar. 10. Maj. Gen. JAMES EUSSELL, of the East India 
Company's service. Invested Apr. 19. 

183T, Mar. 10. Maj. Gen. Sir JOSEPH O'HALLORAN, of the East 
India Company's service. Invested Mar. IT. 

183T, Mar. 10. Maj. Gen. Sir EGBERT HOUSTOTJN, bart., of the East 
India Company's service. Invested Apr. 26. 



234 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1837, Mar. 10. Maj. Gen. EGBERT STEVENSON, of the East India 
Company's service. 

1837, Mar. 10. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM CASEMENT, of the East India 
Company's service, 

1837, Mar. 10. Maj. Gen. JAMES LAW LUSKIN GTON, of the East 
India Company's service. Invested Mar. 17. 

1837, June 2. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM JOHNSTON. Invested 1838, 

Feb. 21. 

1838, Feb. 13. Col. DE LACY EVANS, a lieut. gen. in the service of 

the queen of Spain. Invested 1838, Feb. 21. 

1838, Feb. 15. Maj. Gen. JOHN FANE, commonly called lord 
Burghersh, afterwards 17th earl of Westmorland. Invested 
1838, Mar. 21. 

1838, Feb. 16. Maj. Gen. DONALD MACLEOD, of the East India 
Company's service. Invested 1838, Mar. 21. 

1838, Apr. 20. Maj. Gen. CHARLES HENRY SOMERSET MANNERS, 
commonly called lord Charles Manners. Invested 1839, 
June 5. 

1838, Apr. 20. Maj. Gen. Sir JAMES MACDONELL. Invested by Sir 
John Colborne in Canada, 1839, Aug. 23. 

Queen Victoria's Coronation 

1838, July 19. Adm. JOHN LAWFORD. Invested Aug. 15. 

1838, July 19. Maj. Gen. ANDREW PILKINGTON. Invested Aug. 15. 

1838, July 19. Maj. Gen. JOHN GARDINER. Invested Aug. 15. 

1838, July 19. Maj. Gen. Sir ARTHUR BENJAMIN CLIFTON. Invested 
Aug. 15. 

1838, July 19. Maj. Gen. CHARLES MURRAY CATHCART, commonly 
called lord Greenock, afterwards 2nd earl Cathcart. Invested 
by dispensation 1839, Sept. 5. 

1838, July 19. Maj. Gen. WILLOUGHBY COTTON. Invested by 
dispensation 1839, Jan. 14. 

1838, July 19. Maj. Gen. Sir JOHN GEORGE WOODFORD. 
1838, July 19. Maj. Gen. PATRICK LINDESAY. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 235 

1838, July 19. Maj. Gen. CHARLES JAMES NAPIER. Invested 1839, 
June 5. 

1838, July 19. Maj. Gen. Sir EVAN JOHN MURRAY MACGREGOR, 
bart. Invested by dispensation Nov. 16. 

1838, July 19. Maj. Gen. EDWARD GIBBS. Invested Aug. 15. 

1838, July 19. Maj. Gen. GEORGE THOMAS NAPIER. Invested by 
dispensation Nov. 16. 

1838, July 19. Maj. Gen. the Hon. HERCULES EOBINSON 
PAKENHAM. Invested 1839, June 5. 

1838, July 19. Maj. Gen. Sir JOHN THOMAS JONES, bart. Invested 
1839, June 5. 

1838, July 19. Maj. Gen. JOHN HARVEY. Invested by dispensation 
1839, Jan. .3. 

1838, July 19. Maj. Gen. LEONARD GREENWELL. Invested 1839, 
June 5. 

1838, July 19. Maj. Gen. EGBERT HENRY DICK. Invested by 
dispensation Sept. 22. 

1838, July 19. Maj. Gen. NEIL DOUGLAS. Invested 1840, July 17. 

1838, July 19. R. Adm. JOHN ACKWORTH OMMANEY. Invested by 
dispensation Oct. 31. 

1838, July 19. Maj. Gen. ALEXANDER CAMERON. 

1838, July 19. Maj. Gen. JOHN Fox BURGOYNE. Invested 1839, 
June 5. 

1838, July 20. Maj. Gen. JOHN ROSE, of the Bengal Infantry, East 
India Company's service. Invested 1840, Apr. 6. 

1838, July 20. Maj. Gen. THOMAS CORSELLIS, of the Bombay 
Infantry, East India Company's service. Invested by 
dispensation 1839, Jan. 3. 

1838, July 20. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM RICHARDS, of the Bengal 
Infantry, East India Company's service. 

1838, July 20. Maj. Gen. THOMAS WHITEHEAD, of the Bengal 
Infantry, East India Company's service. 



236 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1838, July 20. Maj. Gen. JOHN DOVETON, of the Madras Cavalry, 
East India Company's service. 

1838, July 20. Maj. Gen. DAVID FOULIS, of the Madras Cavalry, 
East India Company's service. 

1838, July 20. Maj. Gen. Sir THOMAS ANBUREY, of the Bengal 

Engineers, East India Company's service. Invested by dis- 
pensation 1839, Apr. 6. 

1839, Apr. 18. E. Adm. Sir CHARLES BULLEN. Invested 1839, 

June 5. 

1839, Apr. 18. E. Adm. Sir SAMUEL WARREN. Invested 1839, 
June 5. 

1839, July 5. Lieut. Gen. JAMES WATSON. Invested 1840, Apr. 6. 
1839, Oct. 25. E. Adm. SAMUEL PYM. Invested 1840, Apr. 6. 

1839, Oct. 25. Maj. Gen. Sir JOHN BOSCAWEN SAVAGE, of the Eoyal 
Marines. Invested 1840, Apr. 6. 

1839, Dec. 20. Col. THOMAS WILLSHIRE, commanding Bombay 
troops, with rank of maj. gen. in India. Invested by dis- 
pensation 1840, June 24. 

1839, Dec. 20. Col. JOSEPH THACKWELL, commanding the Cavalry, 
with rank of maj. gen. in India. Invested ut supra. 

1839, Dec. 20. Col. EGBERT HENRY SALE, commanding 13th Light 

Infantry, with rank of maj. gen. in Afghanistan. Invested 
ut supra. 

1840, July 4. Y. Adm. JOHN WEST. Invested July 17. 

1840, July 4. E. Adm. Sir CHARLES DASHWOOD. Invested July 17. 

1840, July 4. E. Adm. Sir JOHN WENTWORTH LORING. Invested 
July 17. 

1840, July 4. E. Adm. Sir EGBERT BARRIE. Invested July 17. 
1840, July 4. E. Adm. Sir JOHN HILLYAR. Invested July 17. 

1840, July 4. E. Adm. WILLIAM FITZROY, commonly called lord 
William Fitzroy. Invested 1841, Mar. 26. 

1840, July 18. Lieut. Gen. Sir EDWARD KERRISON, bart. Invested 
1841, Mar. 26. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 237 

1840, July 18. Lieut. Gen. Sir HOWARD DOUGLAS, bart., lord nigh 
commissioner to the Ionian Isles. Invested by dispensation 
1841, Jan. 30. 

1840, Dec. 4. Capt. and Commodore CHARLES NAPIER, commander- 

in-chief in the Mediterranean. For services on the coast of 
Syria. Invested by Sir Eobert Stopford. 

1841, Jan. 12. E. Adm. FRANCIS DE BANDIERA, of the Austrian 

Service; an honorary K.C.B. For services ut supra. 
Invested by dispensation Feb. 11. 

1841, Jan. 12. E. Adm. BALDWIN WAKE WALKER, of the Turkish 
Service; a Captain in the Royal Navy (Honorary). For 
services ut supra. Invested ut supra. 

1841, June 29. Adm. JOHN CHAMBERS WHITE. 

1841, June 29. E. Adm. CHARLES RICHARDSON. 

1841, June 29. E. Adm. Sir ARTHUR FARQUHAR. 

1841, June 29. Commodore Sir JAMES JOHN GORDON BREMER. 

1841, Aug. 24. E. Adm. FRANCIS MASON. 

1841, Oct. 14. THOMAS HERBERT, Capt. E.N. 

1842, Dec. 24. Maj. Gen. ALEXANDER GEORGE (FRASER), 16th lord 

Saltoun. 

1842, Dec. 24. Col. EGBERT BARTLEY, of the 49th Foot, with the 
local rank of maj. gen. in India. 

1842, Dec. 24. Col. JAMES HOLMES SCHCEDDE, of the 55th Foot, with 
the local rank of maj. gen. in India. 

1842, Dec. 24. Capt. THOMAS BOURCIIIER, E.N. 

1842, Dec. 24. Col. JOHN MCCASKILL, of the 9th Foot, with the 

local rank of maj. gen. in India. 

1843, July 12. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM WASHINGTON, in the service of 

the king of Bavaria [Honorary]. 

1843, July 12. Lieut. Gen. MAXIMILIAN VON SCHREIBERSHOFER, in 
the service of the king of Saxony [Honorary]. 

1843, Sept. 23 (2T). Maj. Gen. Sir CHARLES FELIX SMITH. 

1843, Sept. 23 (27). Col. EICHARD ENGLAND, with the local rank of 
maj. gen. in India. 



238 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1844, May 2. Maj. Gen. JOHN GREY. 

1844, May 2. Maj. Gen. HENRY GEORGE WAKELYN SMITH. 

1844, May 2. Maj. Gen. JAMES EUTHERFORD LUMLEY, Bengal 
Infantry, adjutant general of the army; in the East India 
Company's service. 

1844, May 2. Maj. Gen. JOHN HUNTER LITTLER, Bengal Infantry; 
in the East India Company's service. 

1844, Oct. 30. Col. JAMES DENNIS, of the 3rd Foot, with the local 
rank of maj. gen. in India. 

1844, Oct. 30. Col. THOMAS VALIANT, of the 40th Foot, with the 

local rank of maj. gen. in India. 

1845, May 8. E. Adm. Sir EDWARD CHETHAM, afterwards Chetham- 

Strode. 

1846, Mar. 9. Capt. CHARLES HOTHAM, E.N. 

1846, Apr. 3. Maj. Gen. WALTER EALEIGH GILBERT. 

1846, Dec. 21. Maj. Gen. CHARLES WILLIAM PASLEY. 

1847, July 8. E. Adm. Sir HUGH PIGOT. 

1847, Oct. 28. E. Adm. Sir THOMAS JOHN COCHRANE. 

1848, Mar. 2. Maj. Gen. Sir DUDLEY ST. LEGER HILL. 
1848, Mar. 2. Maj. Gen. JOHN EOLT. 

1848, Apr. 27. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM FRANCIS PATRICK NAPIER. 

1848, Aug. 25. Maj. Gen. ARCHIBALD GALLOWAY. 

1849, June 5. Col. the Hon. HENRY DUNDAS, of the 60th Eifles, 

afterwards 3rd viscount Melville. 

1849, June 5. Col. COLIN CAMPBELL, of the 98th Foot, afterwards 
lord Clyde. 

1849, June 5. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM SAMSON WHISH, in the service of 
the East India Company. 

1849, June 5. Col. JOHN CHEAPE, of the Bengal Engineers. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 239 

1850, Aug. 16. Sir JOHN BISSET, commissary general. 

1850, Aug. 16. Sir JAMES McGniGOR, bart., M.D., director general 
of the medical department of the Army. 

1850, Aug. 16. Sir WILLIAM BURNETT, M.D., director general of the 
medical department of the Navy. 

1850, Aug. 16. JAMES THOMSON, inspector general of hospitals on 
the Bengal establishment of the East India Company's 
service. 

1850, Aug. 16. Col. HUGH MASSEY WHEELER, of the Bengal 

Infantry. 

1851, July 22. Maj. Gen. GEORGE BOWLES, late master of the 

Household, and now lieutenant of the Tower. 

1852, Feb. 23. Maj. Gen. JOHN OWEN, late deputy adjutant general 

of the Royal, Marines. 

1852, Apr. 6. Lieut. Gen. Sir THOMAS DOWNMAN. 

1852, Apr. 6. V. Adm. Sir GEORGE FRANCIS SEYMOUR. 

1852, Apr. 6. V. Adm. the Hon. Sir ANTHONY MAITLAND. 

1852, Apr. 6. Lieut. Gen. Sir ARCHIBALD MACLAINE, knt. 

1852, Apr. 6. Lieut. Gen. GEORGE CHARLES D'AGUILAR. 

1852, Apr. 6. Lieut. Gen. Sir RICHARD ARMSTRONG, knt. 

1852, Apr. 6. Lieut. Gen. HENRY GOLDFINCH. 

1852, Apr. 6. Lieut. Gen. JOHN BELL. 

1852, Apr. 6. Lieut. Gen. GEORGE BROWN, adjutant general of Her 
Majesty's Forces. 

1852, Apr. 6. R. Adm. PHIPPS HORNBY, commissioner of the 
Admiralty. 

1852, Apr. 6. E. Adm. WILLIAM FAIRBROTHER CARROLL. 
1852, Apr. 6. Col. JAMES TENNANT, of the Bengal Artillery. 

1852, June 29. Lt. Gen. CHARLES McLEOD, of the East India 
Company's Service. 

16 



240 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1853, May 30. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. GEOIIGE CATHCART, governor of 
the Cape of Good Hope. 

1853, May 30. Maj. Gen. HENRY SOMERSET. 
1853, Dec. 9. Maj. Gen. HENRY GODWIN. 

1853, Dec. 9. Brig. Gen. SCUDAMORE WINDE STEEL, of the Madras 
Army. 

1853, Dec. 9. Commodore GEORGE ROBERT LAMBERT, of the Eoyal 
Navy. 

1855, July 5. Lieut. Gen. GEORGE CHARLES (BINGHAM), 3rd earl of 
Lucan. 

1855, July 5. Lieut. Gen. HENRY JOHN WILLIAM BENTINCK, 
major gen. with rank of lieut. gen. in Turkey. 

1855, July 5. Lieut. Gen. JOHN LYSAGHT PENNEFATHER, same. 
1855, July 5. E. Adm. HOUSTON STUART, same. 
1855, July 5. R. Adm. JAMES HANWAY PLUMRIDGE. 

1855, July 5. Maj. Gen. JAMES THOMAS (BRUDENELL), 17th earl of 
Cardigan. 

1855, July 5. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM JOHN CODRINGTON. 

1855, July 5. Maj. Gen. RICHARD AIREY. 

1855, July 5. Maj. Gen. the Hon. JAMES YORKE SCARLETT. 

1855, July 5. Maj. Gen. HARRY DAVID JONES, Eoyal Engineers. 

1855, July 5. Maj. Gen. ARTHUR WELLESLEY TORRENS. 

1855, July 5. Maj. Gen. GEORGE BULLER. 

1855, July 5. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM EYRE. 

1855, July 5. Maj. Gen. RICHARD JAMES DACRES, Eoyal Artillery. 

1855, July 5. R. Adm. the Hon. MONTAGUE STOPFORD. 

1855, July 5. R. Adm. HENRY DUCIE CHADS. 

1855, July 5. R. Adm. MICHAEL SEYMOUR. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 241 

1855, July 5. R. Adm. HENRY BYAM MARTIN. 
1855, July 5. Capt. STEPHEN LUSHINGTON, R.K 

1855, July 5. Adm. FREDERICK WHITWORTH WILLIAM (AYLMER), 
6th lord Aylmer. 

1855, July 5. Gen. EDWARD NICOLLS, Royal Marines. 

1855, July 5. Lieut. Gen. JAMES FERGUSON. 

1855, July 5. Lieut. Gen. THOMAS WILLIAM BROTHERTON. 

1855, July 5. V. Adm. HENRY HOPE. 

1855, July 5. V. Adm. JOHN HENRY COODE. 

J.855, July 5. R. Adm. MAURICE FREDERICK FITZHARDINGE 
BERKELEY, a lord of the Admiralty. 

1855, July 5. * R. Adm. FAIRFAX MORESBY. 

1855, Oct. 16. Maj. Gen. HUGH HENRY EOSE, afterwards lord 

Strathnairn, Military Commissioner at the Headquarters of 
the French Army in the East. 

1856, Jan. 3. Gen. EDMOND CHARLES DE MARTIMPREY, Gen. of 

Division; an officer in the service of the emperor of the 
French. [Honorary.] 

'1856, Jan. 3. FRANCOIS AUGUSTE THIRY, Gen. of Division, 
Artillery; an officer in the service of the emperor of the 
French. [Honorary.] 

1856, Jan. 3. Gen. ADOLPHE NIEL, Gen. of Division, Engineers ; an 
officer in the service of the emperor of the French. 
[Honorary.] 

1856, Jan. 3. Gen. JACQUES CAMOU, Gen. of Division, Infantry; an 
officer in the service of the emperor of the French. 
[Honorary.] 

^ [List of officer* of the Army and Navy who would have been recommended for the honours of the 
2nd class of the Order of the Bath, had they survived.]. 
July 5, 1855? Rear-Admiral Armar Lowry Corry. 
Rear-Admiral Edward Boxer, C.B. 
Maj. -Gen. James Bucknall Bucknall-Estcourt. 
Maj, -Gen. Sir John Campbell, Bart. 
Brig. -Gen. William Burton Tylden, Royal Engineers. 
Brig. -Gen, Henry William Adams, 49th Foot. 
Brig.-Gen. Andrew Goldie, 57th Foot. 

,, Brig.-Gen. Thomas Fox-Strangways, Commanding Royal Artillery. 

In the Gazette of 1856, Sept. 8, the Queen ordained that the widows of the above should have the 
precedence and title to which they would have been entitled had their husbands survived as above. 



242 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1856, Jan. 3. Gen. CHARLES PATE, Gen. of Division, Infantry; an 
officer in the service of the emperor of the French. 
[Honorary.] 

1856, Jan. 3. Gen. CHARLES D'AUTEMARRE D'ERVILLE, Gen. of 
Division, Infantry; an officer in the service of the emperor 
of the French. [Honorary.] 

1856, Jan. 3. Gen. ARMAND OCTAVE MARIE D'ALLONVILLE, Gen. of 
Division, Cavalry; an officer in the service of the emperor 
of the French. [Honorary.] 

1856, Jan. 3. Gen. CHARLES LEVAILLANT, Gen. of Division, Infantry ; 
an officer in the service of the emperor of the French. 
[Honorary.] 

1856, Jan. 3. Gen. JOSEPH DULAC, Gen. of Division, Infantry; an 
officer in the service of the emperor of the French. 
[Honorary.] 

1856, Jan. 3. Gen. JEAN BAPTISTS CASIMIR DALESME, Gen. of 
Division, Engineers ; an officer in the service of the emperor 
of the French. [Honorary.] 

1856, Jan. 3. Gen. EMILE HERBILLON, Gen. of Division, Infantry; 
an officer in the service of the emperor of the French. 
[Honorary.] 

1856, Jan. 3. Gen. MARIE JOSEPH GUILLAUME BOUAT, Gen. of 
Division, Infantry; an officer in the service of the emperor 
of the French. [Honorary.] 

1856, Jan. 3. CHARLES BJGAULT DE GENOUILLY, contre amiral; an 
officer in the service of the emperor of the French. 
[Honorary.] 

1856, Jan. 3. Gen. CLAUDE MICHEL Louis D'AURELLES DE PALADINES, 
Gen. of Division, Infantry; an officer in the service of the 
emperor of the French. [Honorary.] 

1856, Jan. 3. Gen. EMILE MELLINET, Gen. of Division, Infantry; 
an officer in the service of the emperor of the French. 
[Honorary.] 

1856, Jan. 3. Adm. CHARLES PENAUD, contre-amiral, an officer in 
the service of the emperor of the French. [Honorary.] 
Warrant of appointment dated Jan. 22. 

1856, Feb. 5. Gen. JAMES WALLACE SLEIGH. 

1856, Feb. 5. Lieut. Gen. EICHARD GODDARD HARE CLARGES. 

1856, Feb. 5. Y. Adm. HENRY PRESCOTT. 

1856, Feb. 5. Lieut. Gen. JOHN MCDONALD. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 243 

1856, Feb. 5. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM EOWAN. 

1856, Feb. 5. Y. Adm. BARRINGTON REYNOLDS. 

1856, Feb. 5. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM GEORGE MOORE. 

1856, Feb. 5. Maj. Gen. JAMES FREDERIC LOVE. 

1856, Feb. 5. Maj. Gen. JAMES JACKSON. 

1856, Feb. 5. Maj. Gen. CHARLES YORKE, military secretary to the 
commander-in-chief. 

1856, Feb. 5. R. Adm. the Hon. RICHARD SAUNDERS DTTNDAS. 

1856, Feb. 5. Maj. Gen. LOVELL BENJAMIN LOVELL. 

1856. Feb. 5. Sir GEORGE MACLEAN, knt., commissary general. 

1856, Feb. 5. JOHN HALL, inspector general of hospitals. 

1856, Feb. 5. Maj. Gen. GEORGE AUGUSTUS WETHERALL, adjutant 
general. 

1856, Feb. 5. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM FENWICK WILLIAMS, afterwards 
bart. 

1856, May 3. Maj. Gen. HENRY WILLIAM BARNARD. 

1856, May 3. Maj. Gen. HENRY (MONTAGU), 6th lord Rokeby. 

1857, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. SAMUEL BENJAMIN AUCHMUTY. 
1857, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. NATHANIEL THORN. 

1857, Jan. 2. R. Adm. CHARLES HOWE FREMANTLE. 

1857, Jan. 2. R. Adm. the Hon. FREDERICK WILLIAM GREY. 

1857, Jan. 2. Col. ROBERT GARRETT. 

1857, Jan. 2. Col. HENRY KNIGHT STORKS. Unattached. 

1857, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. GEORGE PETRE WYMER, of the Bengal 
Army. 

1857, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. PATRICK GRANT, of the Bengal Army. 

1857, Jan. 2. (Honorary) Y. Adm. LEONARD YICTOR JOSEPH 
CHARNER. 



244 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1857, Jan. 2. (Honorary) MARIE JOSEPH ALPHONSE ODET-PELLION, 
centre amiral. 

1857, Jan. 2. (Honorary) JEAN LTJGEOL, centre amiral. 

1857, Jan. 2. (Honorary) Louis EDOUARD COMTE BOUET-WILLAUMEZ, 
contre amiral. 

1857, Jan. 2. (Honorary) OCTAVE PIERRE ANTOINE DE CHABANNES- 
CURTON, contre amiral. 

1857, Jan. 2. (Honorary) PIERRE EDMOND JTJRIEU JEAN DE LA 
GRAVIERE, contre amiral. 

1857, Jan. 2. (Honorary) Lieut. Gen. chevalier GIOVANNI DURANDO, 
commanding the First Division of the Sardinian Army in 
the East. 

1857, Jan. 2. (Honorary) Lieut. Gen. chevalier ARDINGO TROTTI, 
commanding the Second Division of the Sardinian Army in 
the East. 

1857, Jan. 22. Maj. Gen. ROBERT JOHN HUSSEY VIVIAN, of the 
Madras Army, late serving with the local rank of lieut. gen. 
while in the command of the Turkish contingent. 

1857, July 4. (Extra) Maj. Gen. JOHN BENNETT HEARSEY, col. of the 
6th Regiment of Bengal Light Cavalry, in the East India 
Company's service. 

1857, Sept. 12. R. Adm. the Hon. HENRY KEPPEL. 

1857, Nov. 11. Maj. Gen. HENRY HAVELOCK. 

*1857, Nov. 14. Col. ARCHDALE WILSON, of the Bengal Artillery. 

1858, Jan. 21. Maj. Gen. JOHN EARDLEY WILMOT INGLIS. 
1858, Jan. 21. Capt. WILLIAM PEEL, R.N. 

1858, Jan. 21. Col. EDWARD LTJGARD. 
1858, Jan. 21. Col. JAMES HOPE GRANT. 

1858, Mar. 24. Col. SIDNEY JOHN COTTON, serving with the local 
rank of Maj. Gen. in the East Indies. 

^ The following would have been recommended for the dignity had they survived. 

Nov. 17, 1857. Col. JAMES GEORGE NEILL, of the Madras Fusiliers. 

Lt.-Col. JOHN NICHOLSON, of the 27th Regiment of Bengal Native Infantry. 

In the Gazette of 1867, Nov. 26, the Queen ordained that ISABELLA NEILL, the widow of the late 
Col. JAMES GEORGE NEILL, of the Madras Fusiliers, should have and hold, etc., the same precedence as if 
he had survived, etc., etc. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 245 

1858, Mar. 24. Col. WILLIAM EOSE MANSFIELD, afterwards lord 
Sandhurst, serving with the local rank of maj. gen. in the 
East Indies. 

1858, Mar. 24. (Extra) Col. THOMAS SEATON, Bengal Army. 

1858, June 18. Maj. Gen. CHARLES THOMAS YAN STRAUBENZEE, 
commanding Land Forces in China. 

1858, July 27. Maj. Gen. THOMAS HARTE FRANKS. 

1858, July 27. (Extra) Col. ROBERT CORNELLS NAPIER, afterwards 
lord Napier of Magdala, of the Bengal Engineers. 

1858, Aug. 18. Capt. ADOLPHUS SLADE, R.N., V. Adm. in the 
Ottoman Navy. 

1858, Oct. 1. R. Adm. Sir HENRY JOHN LEEKE, sometime commander- 
in-chief and superintendent of the Indian Navy. 

1858, Nov. 16. Col. JOHN JONES, of the 60th Regiment. 

1859, Mar. 22. Maj. Gen. JOHN MICHEL. 

1859, Mar. 22. (Extra) Col. CHARLES SHEPHERD STUART, of the 
Bombay Infantry. 

1859, May 16. (Extra) Col. ROBERT WALPOLE, Rifle Brigade. 

1859, May 16. (Extra) Col. GEORGE ROBERT BARKER, Royal 
Artillery. 

1859, May 16. (Extra) Col. JOHN DOUGLAS, 79th Regiment. 

1859, May 16. (Extra) Maj. Gen. HENRY GEE ROBERTS, Bombay 
Army. 

1859, May 16. (Extra) Maj. Gen. GEORGE CORNISH WHITLOCK, 
Madras Army. 

1859, June 10. JOHN MACANDREW, M.D., insp. gen. of Hospitals : on 
half pay. 

1859, June 21. Gen. HENRY WYNDHAM. 
1859, June 21. Lieut. Gen. JOHN AITCHISON. 



246 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1859, Aug. 17. (Extra) Col. DAVID EDWARD WOOD, of the Royal 

Artillery. 

1860, May 9. Col. ALFRED HASTINGS HORSFORD. 

1860, May 18. Lieut. Gen. SAMUEL BURDON ELLIS, of the Eoyal 
Marines. 

1860, May 18. Y. Adm. ARTHUR FANSHAWE. 

1860, May 18. Y. Adm. PROVO WILLIAM PARRY WALLIS. 

1860, May 18. E. Adm. EGBERT LAMBERT BAYNES. 

1860, May 18. Gen. the Hon. HENRY MURRAY. 

1860, May 18. Lieut. Gen. PHILIP BAINBRIGGE. 

1860, May 18. Lieut. Gen. THOMAS ERSKINE NAPIER. 

1860, May 18. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. CHARLES STEPHEN GORE. 

1860, May 18. Lieut. Gen. EDWARD CHARLES WHINYATES. 

1860, May 18. Lieut. Gen. GEORGE JUDD HARDING. 

1860, July 21. Col. ANTHONY CONINGHAM STERLING, sometime 
Military Secretary to the Commander-in-Chief in the East 
Indies. 

1860, July 30. Col. EICHARD DENIS KELLY, of the 34th Eegiment. 

1860, Nov. 9. Y. Adm. JAMES HOPE, Commander-in-chief of the 

Naval Forces in the East Indies and China. 

1861, Mar. 1. (Honorary) CHARLES GUILLAUME MARIE APPOLINAIRE 

ANTOINE COUSIN-MONTAUBAN [Comte de Palikao] Gen. of 
Division, Commander-in-chief of the French Land Forces 
in China; officer of the French Army. 

1861, June 28. Adm. EDWARD HARVEY. 

1861, June 28. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM HENRY SEWELL. 

1861, June 28. Lieut. Gen. GEORGE WILLIAM PATY. 

1861, June 28. Lieut. Gen. JAMES SHAW KENNEDY. 

1861, June 28. Lieut. Gen. GEORGE LEIGH GOLDIE. 



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1861, June 28. Lieut. Gen. JOHN MITCHELL. 

1861, June 28. Y. Adm. HENRY WILLIAM BRUCE. 

1861, June 28. Y. Adm. WILLIAM FANSHAWE MARTIN. 

1861, June 28. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM BRERETON. 

1861, June 28. E. Adm. LEWIS TOBIAS JONES. 

1861, June 28. Col. WILLIAM LYGON (PAKENHAM), 6th earl of 
Longford. 

1861, July 16. Maj. Gen. THOMAS SIMSON PRATT. 

1862, Jan. 28. Maj. Gen. STUART CORBETT, Bengal Infantry. 

1862, Nov. 10. Gen. the Hon. HUGH ARBUTHNOTT (on the occasion 
of the coming of age of H.E/.H. the prince of Wales). 

1862, Nov. 10. Gen. Sir JOHN HANBURY, knt. (same occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. Gen. GEORGE (HAY), 8th marquess of Tweeddale 
(same occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. Gen. WILLIAM GREENSHIELDS POWER (same 
occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. Gen. HENRY GEORGE ANDREW TAYLOR, Madras 
Army (same occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. Gen. ALEXANDER LINDSAY, Bengal Army (same 
occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. Gen. Sir JAMES HENRY REYNETT, knt. (same 
occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. Gen. RICHARD LLUELLYN (same occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. Gen. CHARLES GRENE ELLICOMBE (same occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. Lieut. Gen. GEORGE TURNER (same occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. Lieut. Gen. JAMES FREETH (same occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. Lieut. Gen. JOHN Low, Madras Army (same occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. Lieut. Gen. Sir JAMES CHARLES CHATTERTON, hart, 
(same occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. Lieut. Gen. ALEXANDER KENNEDY CLARK KENNEDY 
(same occasion). 



248 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1862, Nov. 10. Lieut. Gen. MICHAEL WHITE (same occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. Lieut. Gen. DAVID CAPON, Bombay Army (same 
occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. Maj. Gen. Sir ABRAHAM JOSIAS CLOETE (same 
occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM HENRY ELLIOTT (same occasion). 
1862, Nov. 10. Adm. the Hon. GEORGE ELLIOTT (same occasion). 
1862, Nov. 10. Adm. Sir Lucius CURTIS, bart. (same occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. Adm. WILLIAM BOWLES (same occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. Y. Adm. WILLIAM JAMES HOPE JOHNSTONE (same 
occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. V. Adm. JAMES SCOTT (same occasion). 
1862, Nov. 10. R. Adm. CHARLES TALBOT (same occasion). 

1862, Nov 10. R. Adm. JOHN McDouGALL (same occasion). 
1862, Nov. 10. E. Adm. GEORGE RODNEY MUNDY (same occasion). 

1862, Nov. 10. Lieut. Gen. SAMUEL ROBERT WESLEY, Royal Marines 

(same occasion). 

1863, Apr. 11. Col. NEVILLE BOWLES CHAMBERLAIN, of the Bengal 

Army. 

1863, Dec. 31. JOHN WILLIAM SMITH, commissary gen. in chief. 

1864, Feb. 9. Sir JOHN LIDDELL, knt., M.D., late director-gen, of 

the Medical Department of the Navy. 

1864, Feb. 20. Maj. Gen. DUNCAN ALEXANDER CAMERON (having 
the local rank of lieut. gen. while in command of the Troops 
in New Zealand). 

1864, Feb. 25. R. Adm. Sir ALEXANDER MILNE, promoted from 
K.C.B. (Civil) with temporary rank as V. Adm. while 
commander-in-chief on the North American and West 
Indian Station. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 249 

1864, Feb. 25. E. Adm. AUGUSTUS LEOPOLD KUPER, with temporary 
rank as V. Adm. while commander-in-chief on the East 
Indian and China Station. 

1864, Aug. 25. Maj. Gen. JOHN GARVOCK. 

1865, Feb. 23. (Honorary) V. Adm. JEAN Louis CHARLES JAURES, 

officer of the French Marine. 

1865, Mar. 28. Gen. WILLIAM WOOD. 

1865, Mar. 28. Gen. THOMAS KENAH. 

1865, Mar. 28. Adm. Sir GEORGE EOSE SARTORIUS, knt. 

1865, Mar. 28. Gen. ABRAHAM EGBERTS. 

1865, Mar. 28. Lieut. Gen. THOMAS MONTEATH-DOUGLAS, Bengal 
Army. 

1865, Mar. 28. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM CATOR. 

1865, Mar. 28. Lieut. Gen. PATRICK MONTGOMERIE, Eoyal (late 
Madras) Artillery. 

1865, Mar. 28. Lieut. Gen. THOMAS EEED. 

1865, Mar. 28. Lieut. Gen. JOHN SCOTT. 

1865, Mar. 28. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM WYLLIE. 

1865, Mar. 28. Lieut. Gen. CHARLES ASH WINDHAM. 

1865, Mar. 28. V. Adm. THOMAS (MAITLAND), llth earl of Lauder- 
dale. 

1865, Mar. 28. Y. Adm. EGBERT SMART. 

1865, Mar. 28. V. Adm. JOHN KINGCOME. 

1865, Mar. 28. V. Adm. HORATIO THOMAS AUSTIN. 

1865, Mar. 28. Lieut. Gen. JOHN EDWARD DUPUIS. 

1865, Mar. 28. Lieut. Gen. FORTESCUE GRAHAM, Eoyal Marines 



250 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1865, Mar. 28. R. Adm. SYDNEY COLPOYS DACRES. 
1865, Mar. 28. Maj. Gen. lord WILLIAM PAULET. 

1865, Mar. 28. Maj. Gen. the Hon. AUGUSTUS ALMERIC SPENCER. 

1865, Mar. 28. Maj. Gen. ROBERT WILLIAM HONNER, Bombay 
Army. 

1865, Mar. 28. Col. JOHN WILLIAM GORDON. 

1865, Mar. 28. Col. EDWARD HARRIS GREATHED. 

1865, Mar. 28. Col. CHARLES WILLIAM DUNBAR STAVELEY. 

1865, Mar. 28. JAMES BROWN GIBSON, M.D., Director-General of 
the Army Medical Department. 

1865, Mar. 28. WILLIAM LINTON, M.D., Inspector-General of 
Hospitals on half -pay. 

1865, Mar. 28. WILLIAM JAMES TYRONE POWER, Commissary- 
General-in-Chief. 

1865, Apr. 19. Gen. CHARLES MENZIES, of the Royal Marine 
Artillery. 

1865, Apr. 19. Maj. Gen. CHARLES WARREN. 

1865, June 7. Adm. EDWARD COLLIER. 

1865, June 7. Y. Adm. PETER RICHARDS. 

1867, Mar. 13. V. Adm. HENRY JOHN CODRINGTON. 

1867, Mar. 13. Y. Adm. JOSEPH NIAS. 

1867, Mar. 13. Y. Adm. Sir EDWARD BELCHER, knt. 

1867, Mar. 13. Lieut. Gen. EDMUND FINUCANE MORRIS. 

1867, Mar. 13. Lieut. Gen. PETER EDMONDSTONE CRAIGIE. 

1867, Mar. 13. Lieut. Gen. JOHN BLOOMFIELD GOUGH. 

1867, Mar. 13. Lieut. Gen. GEORGE HENRY LOCKWOOD. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 251 

1867, Mar. 13. Maj. Gen. MAURICE STACK, Bombay Army. 

1867, Mar. 13. Maj. Gen. EDWARD GREEN, Bombay Army. 

1867, Mar. 13. Lieut. Gen. GEORGE BROOKE, Bengal Army. 

1867, Mar. 13. Maj. Gen. JOHN ROWLAND SMYTH. 

1867, Mar. 13. Adm. FREDERICK THOMAS MITCHELL. 

1867, Mar. 13. V. Adm. THOMAS MATTHEW CHARLES SYMONDS. 

1867, Mar. 13. E. Adm. WILLIAM HUTCHEON HALL. 

1867, Mar. 13. Maj. Gen. GEORGE BELL. 

1867, Mar. 13. Col. FREDERICK EDWARD CHAPMAN. 

1867, Mar. 13. DAVJD DEAS, M.D., inspector general of hospitals 
and fleets. 

1867, Mar. 13. Lieut. Gen. THOMAS HOLLOWAY, Royal Marine 
Artillery. 

1867, Mar. 13. Capt. Sir WILLIAM SALTONSTALL WISEMAN, bart.,R.N. 
1867, Mar. 13. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM BELL. 
1867, Mar. 13. Lieut. Gen. JOHN BLOOMFIELD. 

1867, Mar. 13. Lieut. Gen. ANTHONY BLAXLAND STRANSHAM, Royal 
Marine Light Infatry. 

1867, Mar. 13. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM BATES INGILBY. 

1867, Mar. 13. Maj. Gen. TREVOR CHUTE. 

1868, Mar. 14. Maj. Gen. HENRY TOMBS, Y.C., of the Royal (late 

Bengal) Artillery. 

1868, Aug. 14. Maj. Gen. GEORGE MALCOLM, Bombay Army. 

1868, Aug. 14. Capt. LEOPOLD GEORGE HEATH, R.N. 

1869, June 2. V. Adm. WILLIAM RAMSAY. 

1869, June 2. Lieut. Gen. GEORGE FREDERICK (UPTON), 3rd viscount 
Templetown. 



252 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1869, June 2. Y. Adm. the Et. Hon. CLARENCE EDWARD PAGET, 
commonly called lord Clarence Paget. 

1869, June 2. Lieut. Gen. EDWARD HUTHWAITE. 

1869, June 2. Y. Adm. HENRY KELLETT. 

1869, June 2. Maj. Gen. FREDERICK HORN. 

1869, June 2. Maj. Gen. ARTHUR AUGUSTUS THURLOW CUNYNGHAME. 

1869, June 2. Lord GEORGE AUGUSTUS FREDERICK PAGET, maj. gen. 

1869, June 2. Maj. Gen. ARTHUR JOHNSTONE LAWRENCE. 

1869, June 2. Maj. Gen. HORATIO SHIRLEY. 

1869, June 2. E. Adm. HASTINGS EEGINALD YELVERTON. 

1869, June 2. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM JONES. 

1869, June 2. E. Adm. BARTHOLOMEW JAMES SULIVAN. 

1869, June 2. Maj. Gen. JOHN ST. GEORGE. 

1869, June 2. Maj. Gen. EDWARD CHARLES WARDE. 

1869, June 2. Maj. Gen. JAMES BRIND. 

1869, June 2. Maj. Gen. the Et. Hon. PERCY EGERTON HERBERT. 

1869, June 2. Maj. Gen. JOHN LINTORN ARABIN SIMMONS. 

1869, June 2. Maj. Gen. ARCHIBALD LITTLE. 

1869, June 2. Col. ALFRED THOMAS WILDE, Madras Army. 

1869, June 2. THOMAS GALBRAITH LOGAN, M.D., director-gen, of the 
Medical Department of the Army. 

1871, May 20. Lieut. Gen. JAMES ALEXANDER. 

1871, May 20. Lieut. Gen. EDWARD WALTER FORESTIER WALKER. 

1871, May 20. Lieut. Gen. JOHN FOWLER BRADFORD. 

1871, May 20. Maj. Gen. DAVID EUSSELL. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 253 

1871, May 20. Maj. Gen. HENEY WILLIAM STISTED. 

1871, May 20. Maj. Gen. CHARLES RICHARD (SACKVILLE-WEST), 6th 
earl De La Warr. 

1871, May 20. Maj. Gen. FREDERICK PAUL HAINES. 

1871, May 20. Maj. Gen. THOMAS MONTAGU STEELE. 

1871, May 20. Maj. Gen. COLLINGWOOD DICKSON, Y.C. 

1871, May 20. Maj. Gen. CHARLES REID. 

1871, May 20. Maj. Gen. JAMES WILLIAM FITZMAYER. 

1871, May 20. Maj. Gen. HENRY CHARLES BARNSTON DAUBENEY. 

1871, May 20. 11. Adm. WILLIAM ROBERT MENDS. 

1871, May 20. R. Adm. WILLIAM KING HALL. 

1871, May 20. DAVID DUMBRECK, M.D., insp.-gen. of Hospitals on 
naif pay. 

1871, May 20. WILLIAM HENRY DRAKE : controller, War Office. 

1871, June 17. ALEXANDER ARMSTRONG, M.D., director-gen, of the 

Medical Department of the Navy. 

1872, Sept. 10. (Honorary) Maj. Gen. GEORGE BOURCHIER, Royal 

(late Bengal) Artillery. 

1872, Sept. 10. Col. CHARLES HENRY BROWNLOW, Bengal Staff Corps. 

1873, May 24. Adm. HENRY SMITH. 

1873, May 24. Adm. Sir THOMAS SABINE PASLEY, bart. 

1873, May 24. Adm. CHARLES EDEN. 

1873, May 24. Lieut Gen. FRANCIS WARDE. 

1873, May 24. Y. Adm. GEORGE ST. VINCENT KING. 

1873, May 24. Lieut. Gen. FREDERICK WILLIAM HAMILTON. 

1873, May 24. Y. Adm. the Hon. JAMES ROBERT DRUMMOND 

1873, May 24. Lieut. Gen. ARTHUR MITTORD BECHER. 



254 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1873, May 24. Lieut. Gen. CHARLES TROLLOPE. 

1873, May 24. Lieut. Gen EDWARD COOPER HODGE. 

1873, May 24. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. ALEXANDER HAMILTON-GORDON. 

1873, May 24. Lieut. Gen. JOHN FORDYCE. 

1873, May 24. Lieut. Gen. PHILIP MELMOTH NELSON GUY 

1873, May 24. V. Adm. ASTLEY COOPER KEY. 

1873, May 24. Maj. Gen. HENRY HUGH MANVERS PERCY, commonly 
called lord Henry Percy, Y.C. 

1873, May 24. Maj. Gen. CHARLES HENRY ELLICE. 

1873, May 24. Maj. Gen Ei CHARD WILBRAHAM. 

1873, May 24. Maj. Gen. JAMES DUNCAN MACPHERSON. 

1873, May 24. Maj. Gen. EDMUND HAYTHORNE. 

1873, May 24 Maj. Gen. HENRY DRURY HARNESS. 

1873, May 24. E. Adm. JOHN WALTER TARLETON. 

1873, May 24. E. Adm. CHARLES FREDERICK ALEXANDER SHAD WELL. 

1873, May 24. Maj. Gen. HENRY WYLIE NORMAN. 

1873, May 24. Col. JOHN MILLER ADYE. 

1873, May 24. Surg Gen. WILLIAM MURE MUIR, M.D. 

1874, Mar. 31. Maj. Gen. Sir GARNET JOSEPH WOLSELEY, afterwards 

viscount Wolseley. 

1874, Mar. 31. Capt. JOHN EDMUND COMMERELL, E.N., V.C. 

1874, Mar. 31. Capt. WILLIAM NATHAN WRIGHTE HEWETT, E.N.. 
Y.C. 

1874, Mar. 31. Col. Sir ARCHIBALD ALISON, bart. 

1874, Mar. 31. Col. JOHN CHETHAM McLEOD, 42nd Eegt. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 255 

1874, Mar. 31. Deputy-Surgeon Gen. ANTHONY DICKSON HOME, 

Y.C. 

1875, May 29. Lieut. Gen. BURKE CUPPAGE. 
1875, May 29. Y. Adm. RICHARD COLLINSON. 

1875, May 29. Y. Adm. CLAUDE HENRY MASON BUCKLE. 
1875, May 29. Y. Adm. GEORGE GIFEARD. 

1875, May 29. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. GEORGE CADOGAN. 

1875, May 29. Y. Adm. WILLIAM LORING. 

1875, May 29. Lieut. Gen. Sir FRANCIS SEYMOUR, bart. 

1875, May 29. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM O'GRADY HALY. 

1875, May 29. Y. Adm. EDWARD SOUTHWELL SOTHEBY. 

1875, May 29. Lieut. Gen. EDWARD ALAN HOLDICH. 

1875, May 29. Maj. Gen. EDWIN BEAUMONT JOHNSON. 

1875, May 29. Maj. Gen. HENRY DERMOT DALY. 

1875, May 29. Surgeon Gen. JOHN CAMPBELL BROWN, Bengal 

Army. 

1876, Mar. 23. Maj. Gen. the Hon. FRANCIS COLBORNE, com- 

manding Her Majesty's Troops in China and the Straits 
Settlements. 

1877, June 2. Adm. GEORGE ELLIOT. 

1877, June 2. Lieut. Gen. ARTHUR BORTON. 

1877, June 2. Lieut. Gen. RICHARD WADDY. 

1877, June 2. Y. Adm. FREDERICK BEAUCHAMP PAGET SEYMOUR. 

1877, June 2. Lieut. Gen. HENRY DALRYMPLE WHITE. 

1877, June 2. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM SHERBROOKE RAMSAY NORCOTT. 

1877, June 2. Maj. Gen. DANIEL LYSONS. 

17 



256 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1877, June 2. Maj. Gen. CHARLES LAWRENCE D'AGUILAR. 
1877, June 2. Maj. Gen. JAMES TALBOT AIREY. 
1877, June 2 Maj. Gen. ALEXANDER TAYLOR. 

1877, June 2. Maj. Gen. MICHAEL GALWEY, Madras Army. 

1877, June 2. Maj. Gen. GEORGE WADE GUY GREEN, Bengal Army. 

1877, June 2. E. Adm. WILLIAM HOUSTON STEWART. 

1877, June 2. Maj. Gen. THOMAS HURDLE, late Eoyal Marines. 

1877, June 2. WILLIAM RICHARD EDWIN SMART, M.D., inspector 

general of hospitals and fleets. 

1878, July 29. Lieut. Gen. Sir ARNOLD BURROWES KEMBALL. 

1878, Aug. 12. Y. Adm. GEOFFREY THOMAS PHIPPS HORNBY, 
commander-in-chief of Her Majesty's Naval Forces in the 
Mediterranean. 

1878, Nov. 11. FREDERICK AUGUSTUS (THESIGER), 2nd lord 

Chelmsford, maj. gen., having the local rank of lieut. gen. 
while serving in command of the Forces at the Cape of Good 
Hope. 

1879, June 23. Col. HENRY EVELYN WOOD, V.C. 

1879, June 23. Commissary General EDWARD STRICKLAND. 
1879,June 28. Gen. HENRY BATES. 
1879, July 25. Lieut. Gen. DONALD MARTIN STEWART. 
1879, July 25. Lieut. Gen. Sir SAMUEL JAMES BROWNE, V.C. 
1879, July 25. Lieut. Gen. FREDERICK FRANCIS MAUDE, V.C. 

1879, June 25. Maj. Gen. MICHAEL ANTHONY SHRAPNEL BIDDULPII, 
E.A. 

1879, July 25. Maj. Gen. FREDERICK SLEIGH EGBERTS, E.A., V.C. 
1879, July 25. Col. and Local Maj. Gen. PETER STARK LUMSDEN. 
1879, Nov. 27. E. Adm. FRANCIS WILLIAM SULLIVAN. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 257 

1880, Mar. 6. Col. CHARLES PATTON KEYES, Madras Staff Corps. 

1880, Mar. 6. Col. CAMPBELL CLAYE GRANT Eoss, Bengal Staff 

Corps. 
1880, Apr. 23. Maj. Gen. FREDERICK ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, director 

of Artillery and Stores. 

1880, Apr. 23. Adm. GEORGE GREVILLE WELLESLEY. 

1881, Feb. 22. Lieut. Gen. ROBERT ONESIPHORUS BRIGHT. 
1881, Feb. 22. Maj. Gen. JOHN Ross. 

1881, Feb. 22. Maj. Gen. JAMES HILLS, V.C. 

1881, Feb. 22. Maj. Gen. ROBERT PHAYRE, Bombay Staff Corps. 

1881, Feb. 22. Col. HERBERT TAYLOR MACPIIERSON (having local 
rank of maj. gen.), V.C., Bengal Staff Corps. 

1881, Feb. 22. Col* CHARLES HENRY PALLISER, Bengal Staff Corps. 

1881, Feb. 22. Col. CHARLES JOHN STANLEY GOUGH, V.C., Bengal 
Cavalry. 

1881, Feb. 22. Col. THOMAS DURAND BAKER, 18th Regiment. 

1881, Feb. 22. Col. CHARLES METCALFE MACGREGOR, Bengal Staff 
Corps. 

1881, Feb. 22. Col. HUGH HENRY GOUGH, Y.C., Bengal Staff Corps. 

1881, May 24. Adm. the Hon. CHARLES GILBERT JOHN BRYDONE 
ELLIOT. 

1881, May 24. Adm. EDWARD GENNYS FANSHAWE. 

1881, May 24. Gen. GEORGE COLT LANGLEY. 

1881, May 24. Gen. WILLIAM MONTAGU SCOTT McMuRDO. 

1881, May 24. Gen. lord MARK KERR. 

1881, May 24. Gen. H.S.H. prince EDWARD (WILLIAM AUGUSTUS 
EDWARD) of Saxe-Weimar. 

1881, May 24. Gen. JOHN THORNTON GRANT. 

1881, May 24. Lieut. Gen. GEORGE VAUGHAN MAXWELL. 



258 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1881, May 24. Lieut. Gen. ALEXANDER MACDONELL. 

1881, May 24. Lieut. Gen. CHARLES PYNDAR BEAUCHAMP WALKER. 

1881, May 24. Lieut. Gen. JOHN FORBES. 

1881, May 24. Y. Adm. the Et. Hon. lord JOHN HAY. 

1881, May 24. Hon. Maj. Gen. JOHN COKE. 

1881, May 24. Capt. FREDERICK WILLIAM EICHARDS, E.N. 

1881, May 24. Col. CHARLES GEORGE ARBUTHNOT. 

1881, May 24. Col. CHARLES COOPER JOHNSON, Bengal Staff Corps. 

1882, Aug. 14. Capt. WALTER JAMES HUNT-GRUBBE. 
1882, Nov. 18. Y. Adm. WILLIAM MONTAGU DOWELL. 
1882, Nov. 18. Lieut. Gen. GEORGE HARRY SMITH WILLIS. 
1882, Nov. 18. Lieut. Gen. Sir EDWARD BRUCE HAMLEY. 
1882, Nov. 18. E. Adm. ANTHONY HILEY HOSKINS. 

1882, Nov. 18. Commissary Gen. EDWARD MORRIS, Commissariat 
and Transport Staff . 

1882, Nov. 18. Maj. Gen. GERALD GRAHAM. 

1882, Nov. 18. Maj. Gen. DRURY CURZON DRURY-LOWE. 

1882, Nov. 18. Col. CHARLES BUTLER PETER HODGES NUGENT. 

1882, Nov. 18. Col. ORIEL VIVEASH TANNER. 

1882, Nov. 18. Col. Sir BAKER CREED EUSSELL. 

1882, Nov. 18. Deputy Surg. Gen. JAMES ARTHUR HANBURY. 

1882, Nov. 18. Col. CROMER ASHBURNHAM. 

1882, Nov. 24. Lieut. Gen. EICHARD CHAMBRE HAYES TAYLOR. 

1882, Nov. 24. Lieut. Gen. ARTHUR JAMES HERBERT. 

1882, Nov. 24. Lieut. Gen. EDMUND AUGUSTUS WHITMORE. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 259 

1882, Nov. 24. Maj. Gen. CHARLES WILLIAM AD AIR. 

1882, Nov. 24. JOHN WATT REID, M.D., director general of the 
Medical Department of the Navy. 

1882, Nov. 24. Maj. Gen. JOHN CARSTAIRS McNEiLL, V.C. 

1884, May 21. (Extra) Lieut. Gen. FREDERICK CHARLES ARTHUR 
STEPHENSON. 

1884, May 21. (Extra) Col. HERBERT STEWART, aide-de-camp to the 
queen. 

1884, May 24. (Extra)Adm. ALFRED PHILLIPPS RYDER. 

1884, May 24. (Extra) V. Adm. GEORGE OMMANEY WILLES. 

1885, Aug. 11. Adm. Rt. Hon. Sir JOHN CHARLES DALRYMPLE HAY, 

bart., F.R.S. 

1885, Aug. 25. (Extra) Maj. Gen. Sir GEORGE RICHARDS GREAVES. 
1885, Aug. 25. (Extra) Maj. Gen. Sir REDVERS HENRY BULLER, V.C. 

1885, Aug. 25. (Extra) THOMAS CRAWFORD, M.D., director general 
of the Army Medical Department. 

1885, Aug. 25. (Extra) Col. JOHN HUDSON, Bengal Staff Corps. 
1885, Aug. 25. (Extra) Col. HENRY PETER EWART, half-pay. 

1885, Aug. 25. (Extra) Col. Sir CHARLES WILLIAM WILSON, Royal 
Engineers. 

1885, Nov. 7. (Extra) Capt. ROBERT HENRY MORE MOLYNEUX, 
Royal Navy. 

1885, Dec. 8. (Extra) Maj. Gen. HARRY NORTH DALRYMPLE 
PRENDERGAST, Y.C. 

1885, Dec. 19. (Extra) V. Adm. ARTHUR WILLIAM ACLAND HOOD. 

1886, Jan. 9. (Extra) Gen. the Hon. ARTHUR EDWARD HARDINGE, 

an extra equerry to the Queen. 

1886, Jan. 16. (Extra.) Lieut. Gen. the Hon. Sir LEICESTER SMYTH. 

1886, Feb. 18. V. Adm. H.R.H. ALFRED ERNEST ALBERT, duke of 
Edinburgh. 



26o ORDER OF THE BATH 

1886, Apr. 1. (Extra) Maj. Gen. EDWARD GASCOIGNE BULWER. 
1886, May 29. Gen. FRANK TURNER, Eoyal Artillery. 
1886, May 29. Adm. ARTHUR FARQUHAR, Royal Navy. 
1886, May 29. Gen. HENRY JAMES WARRE. 

1886, May 29. Lieut. Gen. and Hon. Gen. the Hon. ST. GEORGE 
GERALD FOLEY. 

1886, May 29. Lieut. Gen. and Hon. Gen. HENRY ERRINGTON 

LONGDEN. 

1886, May 29. Gen. WILLIAM OLPHERTS, V.C., Eoyal (Bengal) 
Artillery. 

1886, May 29. Adm. JOHN CORBETT, Eoyal Navy. 

1886, May 29. V. Adm. Sir GEORGE HENRY RICHARDS, knt., Eoyal 

Navy. 

1886, May 29. Lieut. Gen. JULIUS EICHARD GLYN. 

1886, May 29. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM POLLEXFEN EADCLIFFE. 

1886, May 29. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM PAYN. 

1886, May 29. Maj. Gen. JOHN WATSON, V.C., Bombay Staff Corps. 

1886, Nov. 25. Lieut. Col. and Col. FRANCIS BOOTH NORMAN, Bengal 
Staff Corps. 

\886, Nov. 25. Lieut. Col. and Col. FRANCIS WALLACE GRENFELL, 
aide-de-camp to the queen; on half-pay list. 

1886, Nov. 25. Lieut. Col. and Col. WILLIAM FRANCIS BUTLER, 
aide-de-camp to the queen; on half -pay list. 

1886, Nov. 25. Lieut. Col. and Col. GEORGE STEWART WHITE, V.C., 

having local rank of maj. gen. while commanding in Upper 
Burmah; on half -pay list. 

1887, June 21. Adm. HENRY CHADS. 

1887, June 21. Gen. JAMES MACLEOD BANNATYNE FRASER-TYTLER, 
Bengal Staff Corps. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 261 

1887, June 21. Adm. CHARLES FARRELL HILLYAR. 

1887, June 21. Gen. PENROSE CHARLES PENROSE, Royal Marine 
Light Infantry. 

1887, June 21. Adm. Sir EDWARD AUGUSTUS INGLEFIELD, knt. 

1887, June 21. Adm. ARTHUR GUMMING. 

1887, June 21. Adm. Sir REGINALD JOHN MACDONALD. 

1887, June 21. Gen. JOHN ALEXANDER EWART. 
1887, June 21. Adm. EDWARD BRIDGES RICE. 
1887, June 21. Adm. AUGUSTUS PHILLIMORE. 

1887, June 21. Adm. the Rt. Hon. RICHARD JAMES (MEADE), 4th 
earl of Glanwilliam. 

1887, June 21. Gen. CHARLES LOUDON BARNARD, Royal Marine 
Artillery. 

1887, June 21. Lieut. Gen. and Hon. Gen. WILLIAM PARKE. 

1887, June 21. Lieut. Gen. JOHN LUTHER YAUGHAN, Bengal Staff 
Corps. 

1887, June 21. Lieut. Gen. LOTHIAN NICHOLSON, Inspector Gen. of 
Fortifications. 

1887, June 21. Lieut. Gen. ROBERT HUME. 

1887, June 21. Lieut. Gen. HENRY D'OYLEY TORRENS, commanding 
the Troops in South Africa. 

1887, June 21. V. Adm. RICHARD VESEY HAMILTON. 
1887, June 21. V. Adm. THOMAS BRANDRETH. 

1887, June 21. Surgeon Gen. JOHN HARRIE KER INNES, honorary 
surgeon to the Queen. 

1887, June 21. Maj. Gen. Sir HENRY MARSHAM HAVELOCK-ALLAN, 
bart., Y.C. 

1887, June 21. (Additional) V. Adm. WILLIAM GRAHAM. 



262 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1887, June 21. (Additional) V. Adm. NOWELL SALMON, V.C. 

1887, June 21. (Additional) Maj. Gen. (Honorary) GEORGE HUTT, 
Y.C. 

1887, June 21. (Additional) WILLIAM MACKENZIE, inspector gen. 
of hospitals, Indian Medical Service; honorary physician 
to the queen. 

1887, June 21. (Additional) JAMES JENKINS, inspector gen. of 
Hospitals and Fleets, Royal Navy. 

1887, June 21. (Additional) Maj. Gen. MARTIN DILLON, com- 
manding a division, Bengal. 

1887, June 21. (Additional) Maj. Gen. GEORGE BYNG HARMAN, 
military secretary, head quarters of the Army. 

1887, June 21. (Additional) R. Adm. GEORGE TRYON. 

1887, July 1 (Nov. 25). Lieut. Col. and Col. (having the local and 
temporary rank of brig, gen.) ROBERT CUNLIFFE Low, 
Bengal Cavalry, commanding a Brigade, Bengal. 

1887, July 1 (Nov. 25). Lieut. Col. and Col. (having the local and 

temporary rank of brig, gen.) WILLIAM STEPHEN ALEXANDER 
LOCKHART, Bengal Infantry, commanding a Brigade, 
Bengal. 

1888, Jan. 16. Maj. Gen. REGINALD GIPPS, commanding the Home 

District. 

1889, Apr. 10. Lieut. Col. and Col. (having local and temporary 

rank of Maj. Gen.) JOHN WITHERS McQuEEN, A.D.C., Bengal 
Staff Corps, commanding Hazara Field Force. 

1889, May 25. Adm. the Hon. ARTHUR AUCKLAND LEOPOLD PEDRO 
COCHRANE, retired list Royal Navy. 

1889, May 25. Gen. JOHN WILLIAM SCHNEIDER, Bombay Infantry. 
1889, May 25. Adm. ALGERNON MCLENNAN LYONS, Royal Navy. 
1889, May 25. Lieut. Gen. and Hon. Gen. CHARLES CAMERON SHUTE. 

1889, May 25. Lieut. Gen. GEORGE WENTWORTH ALEXANDER 
HIGGINSON, lieut. of the Tower of London. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 263 

1889, May 25. Lieut. Gen. and Hon. Gen. the Hon. DAVID 
MACDOWALL ERASER, Royal Artillery. 

1889, May 25. Lieut. Gen. ALLEN BAYARD JOHNSON, Bengal Staff 
Corps. 

1889, May 25. Maj. Gen. and Hon. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS 
FYERS. 

1889, May 25. Maj. Gen. the Hon. JAMES CHARLEMAGNE DORMER, 
commanding the Force in Egypt. 

1889, May 25. R. Adm. the Hon. EDMUND ROBERT EREMANTLE, 
Royal Navy. 

1889, May 25. Maj. Gen. RICHARD HARRISON, Royal Engineers. 

1890, Jan. 1. Lieut. Gen. GEORGE TOMKYNS CHESNEY (Royal 

Engineers), member of the Council of the Viceroy and 
Gov. Gen. of India. 



1890, Eeb. 18. (Honorary) His Excellency V. Adm. CARL AUGUST 
DEINHARD, commander-in-chief of the German Cruising 
Squadron. 

1890, May 16. V. Adm. JOHN KENNEDY ERSKINE BAIRD, Royal 

Navy. 

1890, July 8. Lieut. Gen. H.R.H. ARTHUR WILLIAM PATRICK 

ALBERT, duke of Connaught and Strathearn (wrongly 
gazetted on July 1 to G.C.B. military; gazetted on July 8 
to K.C.B. military). 

1891, May 30. Adm. Sir FRANCIS LEOPOLD MCCLINTOCK, knt., Royal 

Navy. 
1891, May 30. Gen. WILLIAM TEMPLER HUGHES, Indian Staff Corps. 

1891, May 30. Gen. CHARLES CURETON, Indian Staff Corps. 
1891, May 30. Gen. JOHN FIELD, Bombay Infantry. 

1891, May 30. V. Adm. GEORGE WILLES WATSON, Royal Navy, 
commander-in-chief North America and West Indies. 

1891, May 30. Lieut. Gen. CHARLES CRAUFURD ERASER. 

1891, May 30. Lieut. Gen. WILBRAHAM GATES LENNOX, V.C., Royal 

Engineers. 
1891, May 30. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM JOHN WILLIAMS, Royal 

Artillery. 



264 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1891, May 30. Maj. Gen. and Hon. Lieut. Gen. HENRY EDWIN 
WEARE. 

1891, May 30. Maj. Gen. and Hon. Lieut. Gen. ALEXANDER 
ABERCROMBY NELSON. 

1891, May 30. WILLIAM ALEXANDER MACKINNON, direc. gen. of 
the Army Medical Department. 

1891, May 30. Lieut. Col. and Col. HENRY JAMES ALDERSON 
(temporary maj. gen.), half -pay Royal Artillery, director 
of artillery. 

1891, Nov. 19. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM KIDSTON ELLES, commanding a 
first-class district, Bengal. 

1891, Nov. 19. Col. (having local and temporary rank of brig, gen.) 
GEORGE BENJAMIN WOLSELEY, aide-de-camp to the Queen, 
commanding a second-class district, Madras. 

1891, Nov. 19. Lieut. Col. and Col. (having local and temporary 

rank of brig, gen.) HENRY COLLETT, Indian Staff Corps, 
commanding a second-class district, Bengal. 

1892, May 25. Y. Adm. JOHN OMMANEY HOPKINS. 

1892, May 25. Y. Adm. ALGERNON CHARLES FIESCHI HENEAGE. 

1892, May 25. Gen. JOHN WILLIAM COLLMAN WILLIAMS, Royal 

Marine Artillery. 

1893, June 3. Gen. RICHARD THOMAS FARREN. 

1893, June 3. Maj. Gen. and Hon. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM DRYSDALE. 

1893, June 3. Lieut. Gen. and Hon. Gen. JULIUS AUGUSTUS ROBERT 
RAINES. 

1893, June 3. Gen. WILLIAM GORDON CAMERON, commanding the 
Troops in South Africa. 

1893, June 3. Gen. the Hon. PERCY ROBERT BASIL FIELDING. 
1893, June 3. Gen. ALFRED WILLIAM LUCAS, Indian Staff Corps. 

1893, June 3. Maj. Gen. and Hon. Lieut. Gen. JOHN BLICK 
SPURGIN. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 265 

1893, June 3. Gen. THOMAS WRIGHT, Indian Staff Corps. 

1893, June 3. Lieut. Gen. JOHN DORAN, Indian Staff Corps. 

1893, June 3. Gen. ROBERT WHITE. 

1893, June 3. Gen. MARK WALKER, Y.C. 

1893, June 3. Lieut. Gen. and Hon. Gen. CHARLES JOHN FOSTER. 

1893, June 3. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM STIRLING, Royal Artillery, 
governor and commandant Royal Military Academy. 

1893, Nov. 17. Adm. Sir MICHAEL CULME-SEYMOUR, bart. 

1894, May 8. Maj. Gen. ARTHUR POWER PALMER, Indian Staff 

Corps, commanding a second-class district in India (in 
recognition of services during the operations in the Chin 
Hills in 1892-3). 

1894, May 8. Maj. Gen. RICHARD CAMPBELL STEWART, Madras 
Cavalry, commanding a first-class district in India (same 
occasion). 

1894, May 26. Gen. JAMES FRANKFORT MANNERS BROWNE, Royal 
Engineers. 

1894, May 26. Surg. Gen. JAMES MOUAT, Y.C., half pay, late Army 
Medical Department, hon. surg. to the queen. 

1894, May 26. Honorary Maj. Gen. JAMES MANSFIELD NUTTALL, 
retired half pay, late Indian Staff Corps. 

1894, May 26. Gen. JAMES ABBOTT, Royal (late Bengal) Artillery. 
1894, May 26. Gen. ROBERT CADELL, Royal (late Madras) Artillery. 

1894, May 26. Gen. HENRY HASTINGS AFFLECK WOOD, Indian Staff 
Corps. 

1894, May 26. Maj. Gen. FREDERICK WILLIAM EDWARD FORESTIER- 
WALKER, commanding the Force in Egypt. 

1894, May 26. Lieut. Gen. EDWARD NEWDIGATE NEWDIGATE. 

1894, May 26. Lieut. Gen. HENRY BRACKENBURY, Royal Artillery, 
ordinary member of the Council of the gov. gen. of India. 

1894, May 26. Honorary Maj. Gen. ROBERT JOHN HUGHES, retired 

pay- 



266 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1894, May 26. Col. WILLIAM GREEN, retired pay. 

1894, May 26. Lieut. Gen. EGBERT JOHN HAY, Eoyal Artillery, 
director of Artillery. 

1894, May 26. E. Adm. JOHN ARBUTHNOT FISHER, Controller of 
the Navy. 

1894, July 17. Lieut. Gen. (with, the local and temporary rank of 
Col.) ALFRED BURDON ELLIS, the West India Eegiment, 
commanding the Troops on the West Coast of Africa ; would 
have been recommended for the dignity of knt. commander 
of the Order of the Bath (Military Division) had he survived. 

1894, Dec. 21. E. Adm. FREDERICK GEORGE DENHAM BEDFORD. 

1895, May 25. V. Adm. CHARLES FREDERICK HOTHAM. 
1895, May 25. V. Adm. EGBERT O'BRIEN FrrzEoY. 

1895, May 25. Lieut. Gen. HENRY BRASNELL TUSON, Eoyal Marine 
Artillery. 

1895, May 25. JAMES NICHOLAS DICK, inspec. gen. of Hospitals and 
Fleets and direc. gen. of the Medical Department of the 

Navy. 

1895, June 11. Honorary Lieut. Col. EAJA EAM SINGH, commander- 

in-chief Kashmir State Troops. (Honorary). 

1896, Jan. 21. Col. BINDON BLOOD, in recognition of services 

during the operations of the Chitral Eelief Force. 

1896, Mar. 31. Honorary Maj. Gen. Sir FRANCIS CUNNINGHAM 
SCOTT, in recognition of services in the recent expedition to 
Ashanti. 

1896, May 20. Maj. Gen. and Hon. Lieut. Gen. JOHN WILLIAM 
Cox, col. the Bedfordshire Eegimeni. 

1896, May 20. Gen. GEORGE AUGUSTUS SCHOMBERG, Eoyal Marine 
Artillery. 

1896, May 20. Gen. DAVID SCOTT DODGSON, Bengal Infantry. 
1896, May 20. Gen. ARTHUR HOWLETT, Indian Staff Corps. 
1896, May 20. Y. Adm. ALEXANDER BULLER. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 267 

1896, May 20. Gen. Sir EGBERT BIDDULPH, col. commandant Eoyal 
Artillery, governor and commander-in-chief, Gibraltar. 

1896, May 20. Lieut. Gen. CHARLES MANSFIELD CLARKE, command- 
ing the Forces, Madras. 

1896, May 20. V. Adm. HENRY FAIRFAX. 

1896, May 20. Maj. Gen. (temporary lieut. gen.) ROBERT GRANT, 
Eoyal Engineers, insp. gen. of Fortifications. 

1896, May 20. Adm. RICHARD WELLS. 

1896, May 20. Y. Adm. lord WALTER TALBOT KERR. 

1896, Nov. 17. Maj. Gen. Sir HORATIO HERBERT KITCHENER, Eoyal 

Engineers (Sirdar of the Egyptian Army) in recognition of 
services during the recent operations in the Soudan. 

1897, May 7. Maj. Gen. Sir FREDERICK CARRINGTON, commanding 

Infantry Brigade, Gibraltar, in recognition of services 
during the operations in South Africa, 1896. 

1897, May 25. E. Adm. HARRY HOLDS WORTH EAWSON, in recognition 
of services during the recent expedition to Benin. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Lieut. Gen. and Hon. Gen. Sir WILLIAM 
HOPE, bart. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Surg. Gen. CHARLES ALEXANDER 
GORDON, hon. physician to the Queen. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Adm. WILLIAM GARNHAM LUARD. 
1897, June 22. (Additional) Adm. GEORGE GRANVILLE EANDOLPH. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Maj. Gen. and Hon. Lieut. Gen. JAMES 
CLERK-EATTRAY. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Gen. JOHN IRVINE MURRAY, Indian 
Staff Corps. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Gen. FREDERICK EICHARD MATJNSELL, 
col. commandant Eoyal (late Bengal) Engineers). 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Maj. Gen. and Hon. Lieut. Gen. HENRY 
LE GEYT BRUCE, Eoyal (late Bengal) Artillery. 



268 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Maj. Gen. ALEXANDER JAMES HARDY 
ELLIOTT, col. 6th Dragoon Guards. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) gen. ./ENEAS PERKINS, col. commandant 
Royal (late Bengal) Engineers. 

1897, June 22. Col. FRANCIS HOWELL JENKINS, Indian Staff Corps. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Lieut. Gen. HENRY RICHARD LEGGE 
NEWDIGATE. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Lieut. Gen. HENRY MOORE, Indian 
Staff Corps. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Maj. Gen. GEORGE LUCK, inspec. gen. 
of Cavalry in Great Britain and Ireland. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) HENRY FREDERICK NORBURY, inspec. 
gen. of Hospitals and Fleets. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Gen. WILLIAM ANTHONY GIB, Indian 
Staff Corps. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Hon. Maj. Gen. JOSEPH PHILIPS, Royal 
Marines. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Y. Adm. HENRY FREDERICK NICHOL- 
SON, commander-in-chief, Sheerness. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Gen. HOWARD SUTTON JONES, Royal 
Marines. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Lieut. Gen. HENRY CLEMENT WILKIN- 
SON, col. 4th Dragoon Guards. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM HOWLEY 
GOODENOUGH, Royal Artillery, commanding the Troops, 
South Africa. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Maj. Gen. JAMES MAKGILL HERIOT 
MAITLAND, Royal Engineers. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Lieut. Gen. CHARLES EDWARD NAIRNE, 
Royal Artillery, commanding the Forces, Bombay. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) V. Adm. EDWARD HOBART SEYMOUR. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 269 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Lieut. Gen. CECIL JAMES EAST, gov. 
and commandant, Royal Military College. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Maj. Gen. WILLIAM GALBRAITH, 
commanding a first-class district in India, 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Y. Adm. HENRY FREDERICK STEPHENSON. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Maj. Gen. JAMES ALLEYNE, commanding 
Royal Artillery, Aldershot. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) JAMES JOHN Louis DONNET, inspec. 
gen. of Hospitals and Fleets. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) V. Adm. JAMES ELPHINSTONE ERSKINE, 
commander-in-chief, North America and West Indies. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Y. Adm. NATHANIEL BOWDEN-SMITH. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Lieut. Gen. EDWIN MARKHAM, Royal 
Artillery, insp. gen. of Ordnance, Head Quarters. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Y. Adm. WILLIAM ROBERT KENNEDY. 

1898, May 20. Col. (brig, gen.) WILLIAM PENN SYMONS, command- 

ing a second-class district in India, in recognition of services 
during the recent operations on the North-west Frontier of 
India. 

1898, May 20. Col. (brig, gen.) RICHARD WESTMACOTT, commanding 
a second-class district in India (same occasion). 

1898, May 20. Col. (brig, gen.) WILLIAM GUSTAVUS NICHOLSON, 
deputy adj. gen., Punjab command (same occasion). 

1898, May 20. Col. (brig, gen.) ALFRED GASELEE, A.D.C., Indian 
Staff Corps (same occasion). 

1898, May 20. Col. (brig, gen.) EDMOND ROCHE ELLES, commanding 
a second-class district in India (same occasion). 

1898, May 20. Col. WILLIAM HOPE MEIKLEJOHN, Indian Army 
(same occasion). 

1898, May 20. Surg. Col. GEORGE THOMSON, Indian Medical Service 
(same occasion). 



270 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1898, May 21. Gen. HUGH ROWLANDS, Y.C. 

1898, May 21. Gen. JOHN JAMES HOOD GORDON, Indian Staff Corps, 
member of the Council of India. 

1898, May 21. Gen. STANLEY DE BURGH EDWARDES, Indian Army. 

1898, May 21. V. Adm. lord CHARLES THOMAS MONTAGU-DOUGLAS- 
SCOTT. 

1898, May 21. Gen. JOHN DAVIS, commanding the Troops, Southern 
District. 

1898, May 21. Maj. Gen. COLERIDGE GROVE, military secretary at 
Headquarters. 

1898, May 21. Y. Adm. RICHARD EDWARD TRACEY, president of the 
Royal Naval College. 

1898, May 21. Y. Adm. COMPTON EDWARD DOMVILE, adm. superin- 
tendent of Naval Reserves. 

1898, May 21. Maj. Gen. RAYMOND HERVEY, viscount Frankfort de 
Montmorency. 

1898, Nov. 15. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM FORBES GATACRE. 

1898, Nov. 15. Maj. Gen. ARCHIBALD HUNTER, governor of Dongola 
Province and commandant Frontier Field Force, Egypt. 

1898, Nov. 15. Maj. Gen. HENRY MACLEOD LESLIE RUNDLE, Royal 

Artillery, employed with Egyptian Army. 

1899, May 16. Col. (brig, gen.) REGINALD CLARE HART, Y.C., 

commanding a second-class district in India in recognition 
of services rendered during recent operations on the North- 
West Frontier of India. 

1899, June 3. Lieut. Gen. FREDERICK ARTHUR WILLIS (since 
deceased). 

1899, June 3. Maj. Gen. and Hon. Lieut. Gen. HENRY RADFORD 
NORMAN. 

1899, June 3. Maj. Gen. and Hon. Lieut. Gen. ALEXANDER HUGH 
COBBE. 



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1899, June 3. Lieut. Gen. ROBERT GORDON ROGERS, Indian Staff 
Corps. 

1899, June 3. Lieut. Gen. BENJAMIN LUMSDEN GORDON, Royal (late 
Madras) Artillery. 

1899, June 3. Maj. Gen. CORNELIUS FRANCIS CLERY, deputy adj. gen. 
to the Forces. 

1899, June 3. V. Adm. CYPRIAN ARTHUR GEORGE BRIDGE. 

1900, Mar. 13. Col. (local maj. gen.) Sir FRANCIS REGINALD 

WINGATE, A.D.C., in recognition of his services during the 
pursuit and defeat of the Khalifa in November last. 

1900, May 23. Gen. ALEXANDER GEORGE MONTGOMERY MOORE, col. 
18th Hussars, commanding Aldershot district (temporarily). 

1900, May 23. Gen. JOHN Louis NATION, Indian Staff Corps. 

1900, May 23. Gen. Sir THOMAS EDWARD GORDON, Indian Staff 
Corps. 

1900, May 23. Lieut. Col. and Col. (Hon. Maj. Gen.) JOHN HILLS, 
Royal (late Bombay) Engineers. 

1900, May 23. Maj. Gen. HUGH MCCALMONT, commanding Cork 
district. 

1900, May 23. Lieut. Gen. EDWARD HOPTON, col. Connaught 
Rangers, lieut. gov. and gen. officer commanding the 
Troops, Jersey. 

1900, May 23. Lieut. Gen. GEORGE DIGBY BARKER, governor and 
commander-in-chief, Bermuda. 

1900, May 28. Lieut. Gen. HENRY LE GUAY GEARY, Royal Artillery, 
president Ordnance Committee. 

1900, May 23. Maj. Gen. THOMAS FRASER, Royal Engineers, 
commanding Thames district. 

1900, May 23. Maj. Gen. JOHN FREDERICK MAURICE, Royal 
Artillery, commanding Woolwich district. 

1900, May 23. Col. FREDERICK JOHN KEEN, Indian Staff Corps. 

1900, Nov. 6. R. Adm. Sir ROBERT HASTINGS HARRIS, in recognition 
of services during the war in South Africa. 

18 



272 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1900, Nov. 29. R. Adm. BOUVERIE FRANCIS CLARK, R.N. (in recogni- 
tion of services during the operations in South Africa. 
Gazetted 1901, Apr. 19, but with precedence as of date 1900, 
Nov. 29. See footnote on p. 341). 

1900, Nov. 29. Maj. Gen. (local lieut. gen.) CHARLES TUCKER (same 
occasion). 

1900, Nov. 29. Lieut. Gen. Sir PAUL SANFORD (METHUEN), 3rd lord 
Methuen (same occasion). 

1900, Nov. 29. Col. (local maj. gen.) ELLIOTT WOOD, R.E. (same 
occasion). 

1900, Nov. 29. Maj. Gen. (local lieut. gen.) REGINALD POLE-CAREW 
(same occasion). 

1900, Nov. 29. Col. (local maj. gen.) WILLIAM GEORGE KNOX (same 
occasion). 

1900, Nov. 29. Maj. Gen. (local lieut. gen.) HENRY JOHN THOROTON 
HILDYARD (same occasion). 

1900, Nov. 29. Col. WODEHOUSE DILLON RICHARDSON (same 
occasion). 

1900, Nov. 29. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM FREEMAN KELLY (same 
occasion). 

1900, Nov. 29. Col. (local lieut. gen., now promoted maj. gen.) IAN 
STANDISH MONTEITH HAMILTON (same occasion). 

1900, Nov. 29. Col. EDWARD WILLIS DUNCAN WARD (same 
occasion). 

1900, Nov. 29. Col. FRANCIS HOWARD, A.D.C. to the king (same 
occasion). 

1900, Nov. 29. Col. (local maj. gen.) HECTOR ARCHIBALD MACDONALD, 
A.D.C. (same occasion). 

1900, Nov. 29. Col. (temporary brig, gen.) HENRY HAMILTON SETTLE 
(same occasion). 

1900, Nov. 29. Maj. Gen. (local lieut. gen.) JOHN DENTON PINK- 
STONE FRENCH (same occasion). 

1900, Nov. 29. Col. (local maj. gen., now promoted maj. gen.) 
CHARLES EDMOND KNOX (same occasion). 

1900, Nov. 29. Col. (local maj. gen.) GEORGE HENRY MARSHALL 
(same occasion). 



K. C. B. MILITARY 273 

1900, Nov. 29. Maj. and Brev. Col. (local maj. gen.) JOHN 
GRENFELL MAXWELL (same occasion). 

1900, Nov. 29. Col. (local maj. gen.) JAMES WOLFE MURRAY (same 
occasion). 

1900, Nov. 29. Hon. Col. (local maj. gen.) CHARLES COMPTON 
WILLIAM (CAVENDISH), 3rd lord Chesham, Imperial Yeo- 
manry (same occasion). 

1900, Nov. 29. Brig. Gen. EDWARD YEWD BRABANT, Colonial 
Defence Force (same occasion). 

1900, Nov. 29. Col. (local brig, gen.) JOHN GEORGE DARTNELL, Natal 

Volunteer Force (same occasion). 

1901, July 24. Col. Sir CLAUDE MAXWELL MACDONALD, promoted 

from K.C.B. (civil) : Reserve of Officers. 

1901, July 24. Col. ALEXANDER JOHN FORSYTH REID, Indian Staff 
Corps. 

1901, July 24. Col. EDMUND GEORGE BARROW, Indian Staff Corps. 

1901, July 24. Col. ARTHUR ROBERT FORD DORWARD, in recognition 
of services during the recent operations in China. 

1901, July 24. Hon. Col. His Highness the Maharaja SINDHIA of 
Gwalior. (Honorary.) 

1901, July 24. (Honorary) Col. His Highness the Maharaja Dhiraj 
Sir PERTAB SINGH. 

1901, Nov. 9. Adm. GEORGE DIGBY MORANT. 

1901, Nov. 9. Y. Adm. CHARLES GEORGE FANE. 

1901, Nov. 9. Col. THALES PEASE. 

1902, June 26. Adm. Sir ERASMUS OMMANNEY (retired). 

1902, June 26. Adm. ST. GEORGE CAULFIELD D'ARCY IRVINE 
(retired). 

1902, June 26. Y. Adm. HILARY GUSTAVUS ANDOE. 

1902, June 26. Y. Adm. ARTHUR KNYVET WILSON, Y.C. 

1902, June 26. Y. Adm. ARCHIBALD Lucius DOUGLAS. 

1902, June 26. Y. Adm. Sir GERARD HENRY UCTRED NOEL. 



274 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1902, June 26. R. Adm. ARTHUR WILLIAM MOORE. 

1902, June 26. (Additional) JOHN DENIS MACDONALD, M.D., R.N., 
insp. gen. of Hospitals and Fleets (retired). 

1902, June 26. WILLIAM EAMES, R.N., chief inspector of machinery 
(retired). 

1902, June 26. (Additional) HENRY BENBOW, R.N., chief inspector 
of machinery (retired). 

1902, June 26. (Additional) JAMES WILLIAM MURRAY ASHBY, 
paymaster-in-chief (retired). 

1902, June 26. (Additional) Fleet paymaster FREDERICK CLEEVE 
(retired). 

1902, June 26. Surg. Gen. JOHN ANDREW WOOLFRYES, M.D., hon. 
physician to the King. 

1902, June 26. Lieut. Gen. ALEXANDER ROBERT BADCOCK, Indian 
Staff Corps. 

1902, June 26. Surg. Gen. ANNESLEY CHARLES CASTRIOTT DE RENZY> 
Indian Medical Service (retired). 

1902, June 26. Gen. ROWLEY SALE SALE-HILL, unemployed, super- 
numerary list, Indian Staff Corps. 

1902, June 26. (Additional) Maj. Gen. JOHN FREDERICK CREASE 
(retired). 

1902, June 26. (Additional) Gen. SAMUEL JAMES GRAHAM (retired). 

1902, June 26. Lieut. Gen. Sir MONTAGUE GILBERT GERARD, Indian 
Staff Corps. 

1902, June 26. Maj. Gen. (honorary) ALEXANDER BRUCE TULLOCH^ 
1902, June 26. Maj. Gen. REGINALD THOMAS THYNNE. 

1902, June 26. Maj. Gen. the Hon. REGINALD ARTHUR JAMES- 
TALBOT. 

1902, June 26. Maj. Gen. Sir EDWARD STEDMAN, Indian Staff Corps. 
1902, June 26. Lieut. Gen. THOMAS KELLY-KENNY. 
1902, June 26. (Additional) Col. HENRY GREY DIXON. 



K. C. B. MILITARY 275 

\902, June 26. (Additional) Col: EDWARD LOCKE ELLIOT, Indian 
Staff Corps. 

1902, June 26. (Additional) Lieut. Gen. the Hon. NEVILLE GERALD 
LYTTELTON. 

1902, June 26. Maj. Gen. ALFRED EDWARD TURNER. 

1902, June 26. Col. (ranking as maj. gen.) JOHN STEEVENS. 

1902, June 26. Surg. Gen. (ranking as lieut. gen.) WILLIAM 
TAYLOR, M.D., hon. physician to the King. 

1902, June 26. (Additional) Hon. Col. AUBREY WOOLS-SAMPSON, 
lieut. col. Imperial Light Horse. 

1902, June 26. (Additional) Maj. Gen. BRUCE MEADE HAMILTON. 

1902, Oct. 17. (Honorary ) Maj. Gen. FUKUSHIMA, Imperial Japanese 
Army. 

1902, Oct. 17. Adm. IGUIN, Imperial Japanese Navy. [Honorary.] 

1902, Aug. 22 (Oct. 31). (Additional) Maj. Gen. MILDMAY WILLSON 
WILLSON, staff services in South Africa. (Warrant of 
appointment Nov. 20.) 

1902, Aug. 22 (Oct. 31). (Additional) Maj. Gen. EGBERT MACGREGOR 
STEWART. (Warrant of appointment Nov. 20.) 

1902, Aug. 22 (Oct. 31). (Additional) Maj. Gen. WILLIAM SALMOND. 
(Warrant of appointment Nov. 20.) 

1902, Nov. 9. (Honorary) His Excellency Gen. E. GORJAO, of the 

Portuguese Army, governor general of the province of 
Mozambique (on the occasion of His Majesty's birthday). 

1903, Jan. 1. Col. (local maj. gen.) CHARLES COMYN EGERTON, A.D.C. 
1903, Jan. 1. Col. ARTHUR GEORGE HAMMOND, V.C. 

1903, June 26. Lieut. Gen. and Hon. Gen. FOWLER BURTON. 

1903, June 26. Gen. lord ALEXANDER GEORGE RUSSELL. 

1903, June 26. Lieut. Gen. JOHN FRYER. 

1903, June 26. Maj. Gen. CHARLES BENJAMIN KNOWLES. 



276 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1903, June 26. Surg. Gen. COLVIN COL VIN - SMITH, late Indian 
Medical Service. 

1903, June 26. Maj. Gen. GEORGE ROBERTSON HENNESSY, Indian 
Army. 

1903, June 26. Surg. Maj. Gen. JOHN BY COLE READE, late Army 
Medical Staff. 

1903, June 26. Col. (local maj. gen.) O'MooRE CREAGH, Y.C., Indian 
Army, commanding the Forces in China (in recognition of 
services during the occupation of China by International 
Troops). 

1903, Nov. 9. Adm. ALGERNON FREDERICK Rous DE HORSEY. 
1903, Nov. 9. Adm. ALBERT HASTINGS MARKHAM. 
1903, Nov. 9. Y. Adm. JOHN FELLOWES. 

1903, Nov. 9. Y. Adm. lord CHARLES WILLIAM DE LA POER BERES- 

FORD. 

1904, June 24. Lieut. Gen. and Hon. Gen. WILLIAM HENRY 

SEYMOUR. 

1904, June 24. Maj. Gen. and Hon. Lieut. Gen. JOHN WELLESLEY 
THOMAS. 

1904, June 24. Gen. ALEXANDER Low. 

1904, June 24. Maj. Gen. and Hon. Lieut. Gen. FREDERICK WILLIAM 

TRAILL-BURROUGHS. 

1904, June 24. Deputy Surg. Gen. JAMES HOWARD THORNTON, late 
Indian Medical Service. 

1904, June 24. Lieut. Gen. ADAM GEORGE FORBES HOGG, Indian 
Army. 

1904, June 24. Surg. Gen. EDMOND TOWNSEND, Army Medical Staff. 

1904, June 24. V. Adm. HUGO LEWIS PEARSON. 

1904, Nov. 9. y. Adm. ARTHUR DALRYMPLE FANSHAWE. 

1904, Nov. 9. y. Adm. Sir LEWIS ANTHONY BEAUMONT. 

1904, Nov. 9. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM PURVIS WRIGHT. 



K. C. B. CIVIL 277 

KNIGHTS COMMANDEES CIYIL DIVISION (K.C.B.). 
Under Statutes of 1847, May 15, Victoria. 

1847, Aug. 10. Count ALEXANDER MENSDORF-POUILLY. 

1848, Apr. 27. Et. Hon. HENRY LYTTON EARLE BULWER, afterwards 

lord Dalling and Bulwer, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary to the queen of Spain. 

1848, Apr. 27. Et. Hon. HENRY ELLIS, sometime employed on an 
extraordinary and special mission to the emperor of Brazil. 

1848, Apr. 27. Et. Hon. EICHARD PAKENHAM, envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary to the United States of 
America. 

1848, Apr. 27. JAMES BROOKE, governor and commander-in-chief of 
the Island of Labuan. 

1848, Apr. 27. GEORGE EUSSELL CLERKE, governor of Bombay. 

1848, Apr. 27. HENRY LIGHT, governor and commander-in-chief of 
British Guiana. 

1848, Apr. 27. GEORGE GREY, governor of New Zealand. 

1848, Apr. 27. CHARLES EDWARD TREVELYAN, assistant secretary to 
the Treasury. 

1848, Apr. 27. Sir EANDOLPH ISHAM EOUTH, commissary gen. 
employed on a particular service in Ireland. 

1848, Apr. 27. E. Adm. FRANCIS BEAUFORT, hydrographer to the 
Admiralty. 

1848, Apr. 27. Et. Hon. JAMES STEPHEN, one of the under secretaries 
of State for the War and Colonial Department. 

1848, Apr. 27. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM MORISON, of the Madras 
Artillery. 

1848, Apr. 27. Lieut. Col. HENRY MONTGOMERY LAWRENCE, of the 
Bengal Artillery. 

1848, Dec. 26. DUNCAN MCGREGOR, inspec. gen. of the Constabulary 
Force of Ireland. 



278 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1848, Dec. 26. Lieut. Col. CHARLES ROWAN, one of the Com- 

missioners of the Police of the Metropolis. 

1849, June 5. HENRY MIERS ELLIOT, secretary to the gov. gen. of 

India in Council, in the Foreign Department. 

1849, Aug. 28. THOMAS NICHOLAS EEDINGTON, under secretary to 

the lord lieut. of Ireland. 

1850, Nov. 22. SAMUEL GEORGE BONHAM, chief superintendent of 

the trade of H.M. subjects trading with China and governor 
of Hong Kong. 

1850, Nov. 22. Sir GEORGE WILLIAM ANDERSON, sometime governor 

of Mauritius and now- governor of Ceylon. 

1851, Mar. 1. JOHN ARTHUR DOUGLAS (BLOOMFIELD), 2nd lord 

Bloomfield, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipoten- 
tiary to Russia. 

1851, Mar. 1. HENRY RICHARD CHARLES (WELLESLEY), 2nd lord, 
afterward 1st earl Cowley, minister plenipotentiary on a 
special mission at Frankfort. 

1851, Mar. 1. GEORGE NICHOLLS, late secretary to the Poor Law 
Board. 

1851, Mar. 1. Sir HENRY WATKIN WILLIAMS-WYNN, bart., envoy 
extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to Denmark. 

1851, Mar. 1. The Hon. WILLIAM TEMPLE, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary to the king of the Two Sicilies. 

1851, Mar. 1. The Hon. RALPH ABERCROMBY, afterwards 2nd lord 
Dunfermline, envoy extraordinary and minister pleni- 
potentiary to the king of Sardinia. 

1851, Oct. 25. Lieut, Col. WILLIAM REID, Royal Engineers, 
formerly governor of Bermudas, sometime chairman of the 
executive committee of the Exhibition of Industry. 

1851, Oct. 25. RICHARD MAYNE, commissioner of Police, London. 

1852, Feb. 23. JOHN HOBART (CARADOC), 2nd lord Howden, envoy 

extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the queen 
of Spain. 

1852, June 29. WILLIAM GORE OUSELEY, sometime minister pleni- 
potentiary to the Argentine Confederation. 



K. C. B. CIVIL 279 

1852, Dec. 23. BELFORD HINTON WILSON, sometime charge d'affaires 

and consul gen. to the Republic of Venezuela. 

1853, July 18. HENRY BARKLY, sometime governor of the colony of 

British Guiana. 

1853, Sept. 5. JAMES COSMO MELVILL, secretary to the Court of 

Directors of the East India Company. 

1854, June 12. Sir CHARLES AUGUSTUS Frrz-KoY, knt., capt. gen. 

and governor-in-chief in and over the colony of New South 
Wales. 

1854. June 12. Sir JOHN FRANCIS DAVIS, bart., sometime governor 
and commissioner-in-chief in and over the colony of Hong 
Kong and plenipotentiary and chief superintendent of 
British trade in China. 

1854, July 29. PROBY THOMAS CANTLEY, late lieut. col. in the 

Bengal Artillery and director of the Ganges Canal. 

1855, Jan. 30. Lieut. Col. JUSTIN SHELL, sometime envoy extra- 

ordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the shah of Persia. 

1855, May 2. JAMES HUDSON, envoy extraordinary and minister 

plenipotentiary to the king of Sardinia. 

1856, Feb. 5. Maj. HENRY CRESWICKE EAWLINSON, of the Bombay 

Army 

1856, Feb. 5. JOHN LAIRD MAIR LAWRENCE, afterwards lord 
Lawrence, chief commissioner and agent to the gov. gen. 
of India, for the Punjab. 

1856, Feb. 5. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM HENRY SLEEMAN, of the Bengal 
Army. 

1856, Feb. 5. Maj. Gen. JAMES OUTRAM, of the Bombay Army, 
acting as political agent at Lucknow. 

1856, Feb. 5. BENJAMIN HAWES. 

1856, May 26. Lieut. Gen. MARK CUBBON, of the East India 
Company's Service, commissioner for the Government of 
Mysore. 

1856, July 19. Lieut. Col. Sir WILLIAM THOMAS DENISON, knt.,E.E., 
capt. gen. and governor-in-chief in and over the colony of 
New South Wales. 



280 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1856, July 19. E. Adm. CHARLES ELLIOT, governor and commander- 
in-chief in and over the Island of Trinidad. 

1856, Sept. 30. The Hon. JOHN DUNCAN BLIGH, sometime envoy 
extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the king of 
Hanover. 

1856, Sept. 30. ARTHUR CHARLES MAGENIS, envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary to the king of Sweden and 
Norway. 

1856, Sept. 30. JOHN FIENNES TWISLETON CRAMPTON, sometime 

envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the 
United States of America. 

1857, Jan. 2. JAMES MACAULAY HIGGINSON, governor and commander- 

in-chief of Mauritius and its dependencies. 

1857, Jan. 22. JOHN GEORGE SHAW-LEFEVRE, clerk of the parlia- 
ments. 

1857, Mar. 27. Et. Hon. THOMAS WYSE, minister plenipotentiary to 
the king of Greece. 

1857, Apr. 17. Col. ALEXANDER MURRAY TULLOCH, military super- 

intendent of the pensioners of the Army. 

1858, Jan. 21. Col. the Hon. CHARLES BEAUMONT PHIPPS, keeper of 

the Privy Purse. 

1858, July 9. ANDREW SMITH, M.D., late direc. gen of the Army 
Medical Department. 

1858, Sept. 6. EICHARD MADOX BROMLEY, accountant gen. of the 

Navy. 

1858, Sept. 6. THOMAS TASSELL GRANT, late comptroller of the 
Victualling and Transport Service of the Navy. 

1858, Dec. 20. E. Adm. ALEXANDER MILNE, a commissioner of the 

Admiralty. 

1859, Feb. 4. Et. Hon. Sir JOHN YOUNG, bart., sometime lord high 

commissioner in and for the United States of the Ionian 
Islands. 

1859, Mar. 9. E. Adm. Sir THOMAS HASTINGS, knt., sometime 
principal storekeeper of the Ordnance. 



K. C. B. CIVIL 281 

1859, Mar. 25. Col. JOSHUA JEBB, surveyor gen. of prisons, inspec. 
gen. of military prisons, and chairman of the directors of 
convict prisons. 

1859, May 20. HENRY BARTLE EDWARD FRERE, the resident in the 
Province of Scinde. 

1859, May 20. EGBERT MONTGOMERY, lately the chief commissioner 

in Oude. 

1860, Feb. 10. EOWLAND HILL, secretary to the Post Office. 

1860, Feb. 25. ANDREW BUCHANAN, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary to H.M. the queen of Spain. 

1860, May 18. FREDERICK JAMES HALLIDAY, late lieut. gov. of 
Bengal. 

1860, May 18. Sir EGBERT NORTH COLLIE HAMILTON, bart., late 
political agent in Central India. 

1860, May 18. Maj. Gen. EICHARD JAMES HOLLWELL BIRCH, 
secretary to the government of India in the Military 
Department. 

1860, May 18. Col. PETER MELVILL MELVILL, secretary to the 
government of Bombay in the Military and Naval Depart- 
ments. 

1860, May 18. Lieut. Col. HERBERT BENJAMIN EDWARDES, com- 
missioner of Peshawur. 

1860, May 22. CHARLES LENNOX WYKE, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary to the Mexican Eepublic. 

1860, June 19. Maj. Gen. THOMAS AISKEW LARCOM, under secretary 
to the lord lieut. of Ireland. 

1860, Aug. 6. GEORGE LLOYD HODGES, late charge d'affaires to the 
Free Hanseatic Cities of Hamburg, Bremen and Liibeck. 

1860, Dec. 11. (Extra) EICHARD BICKERTON PEMELL (LYONS), 
2nd lord afterwards viscount Lyons, envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary to the United States of 
America. 



282 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1860, Dec. 11. (Extra) the Et. Hon. Sir EDMUND WALKER HEAD, 

bart., capt. gen. and governor-in-chief in and over the 
Provinces of Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and the 
Island of Prince Edward. 

1861, June 18. FREDERICK TEMPLE (BLACKWOOD), lord Dufferin and 

Clandeboye, afterwards marquess of Dufierin and Ava, the 
British member of the late European Commission in Syria. 

1861, June 25. Maj. Gen. GEORGE HALL MACGREGOR, sometime 

employed as military commissioner attached to the camp of 
Jung Bahadoor during the late mutiny in India. 

1862, Feb. 14. JOHN PETER GRANT, lieut. gov. of Bengal. 

1862, May 20. JOHN HAY DRTJMMOND-HAY, minister resident at the 
Court of Morocco. 

1862, May 20. HARRY SMITH PARKES, consul at Shanghai. 

1862, June 20. RUTHERFORD ALCOCK, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary in Japan. 

1862, July 23. WILLIAM STEVENSON, governor and commander-in- 
chief in and over the Island of Mauritius and its 
dependencies. 

1862, July 23. PHILIP EDMOND WODEHOUSE, governor and com- 
mander-in-chief in and over the colony of the Cape of 
Good Hope and its dependencies, and high commissioner 
for the settling and adjustment of the affairs of the 
territories adjacent or contiguous to the eastern frontier of 
that colony. 

1862, July 23. CHARLES HENRY DARLING, capt. gen. and governor- 
in-chief in and over the Island of Jamaica and its 
dependencies. 

1862, July 23. Maj. Gen. EDWARD MACARTHUR, sometime administer- 
ing the government of the colony of Victoria. 

1862, Dec. 12. AUGUSTUS WILLIAM FREDERICK SPENCER LOFTUS, 
commonly called lord Augustus Lof tus, envoy extraordinary 
and Minister plenipotentiary at the Court of Bavaria. 

1862, Dec. 12. The Hon. FREDERICK WILLIAM ADOLPHUS BRUCE, 
envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the 
emperor of China. 



K. C. B. CIVIL 283 

1863, Feb. 3. Sir RODERICK IMPEY MURCHISON, knt., director gen. 
of the Geological Survey of tlie United Kingdom and 
director of the Royal School of Mines and Museum of 
Practical Geology. 

1863, Mar. 3. HENRY FRANCIS HOWARD, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary at the Court of Hanover. 

1863, Mar. 10. Col. THOMAS MYDDELTON BIDDULPH, master of Her 
Majesty's Household. 

1863, Mar. 17. AUGUSTUS BERKELEY PAGET, envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary at the Court of Denmark. 

1863, Aug. 7. Capt. H.S.H. ERNEST LEOPOLD YICTOR CHARLES 
AUGUSTE JOSEPH EMICH, prince of Leiningen, R.N. 

1863, Aug. 11. JAMES DOUGLAS, governor and commander-in-chief 
in and over Vancouver's Island and the colony of British 
Columbia. 

1863, Dec. 11. GEORGE FREDERICK EDMONSTONE, late lieut. gov. 

of the North-Western Provinces of Bengal. 

1864, June 7. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM MARCUS COGHLAN, of the Royal 

Artillery, sometime political resident and commandant at 
Aden. 

1865, May 30. ROBERT GILMOUR COLQUHOUN, agent and consul gen. 

in Egypt. 

1865, June 7. ALEXANDER BRYSON, M.D., director general of the 
Medical Department of the Navy. 

1865, Aug. 23. Maj . JOHN CLAYTON COWELL, of the Royal Engineers, 
in recognition of his services as governor for nine years to 
H.R.H. prince Alfred Ernest Albert, who has attained his 
majority on the 6th inst. 

1865, Oct. 9. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN GASPARD LE MARCHANT, late 
governor and commander-in-chief in and over the island of 
Malta and its dependencies. 

1865, Nov. 27. (Extra) Rt. Hon. WILLIAM HUTT, vice president of 

the Board of Trade. 

1866, Jan. 29. (Honorary) H.S.H. HERMAN ERNEST FRANCIS 

BERNHARD, prince of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (nephew of 
the Queen). 



284 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1866, June 23. Sir ALEXANDER MALET, bart., envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary to the Germanic Confederation. 

1866, June 23. The Hon. CHARLES AUGUSTUS MURRAY, late envoy 
extraordinary and plenipotentiary to the king of Saxony 
and now envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary 
to the king of Denmark. 

1866, June 23. The Hon. JOHN HENRY THOMAS MANNERS-SUTTON, 
governor and commander-in-chief of the colony of Victoria. 

1866, July 6. Sir JAMES CLARK, bart., M.D., one of the physicians 
in ordinary to Her Majesty. 

1866, July 6. THOMAS ERSKINE MAY, afterwards lord Farnborough, 
clerk assistant of the House of Commons. 

1866, July 6. CHARLES PRESSLY, late chairman of the Board of 

Inland Revenue. 

1867, Apr. 23. (Extra) Gen. WILLIAM THOMAS KNOLLYS, comptroller 

and treasurer of the Household of H.R.H. the prince of 
Wales. 

1867, June 29. (Extra) JOHN ALEXANDER MACDONALD, chairman of 
the recent conference of delegates from British North 
America on the measure of confederation. 

1867, Oct. 14. (Extra) WILLIAM ROSE, deputy clerk of the 

Parliaments. 

1868, Dec. 7. R. Adm. JAMES CRAWFORD CAFFIN, director of Stores, 

War Department. 

1868, Dec. 7. V. Adm. ROBERT SPENCER ROBINSON, controller of 

the Navy. 

1869, July 27. ANTONY PANIZZI, late principal librarian and secre- 

tary to the British Museum. 

1869, July 27. Lieut. Gen. EDWARD SABINE. 

1870, Feb. 1. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM ERSKINE BAKER of the Royal 

(Bengal) Engineers, a member of the Council of India. 

1870, June 24. Maj. Gen. GEORGE BALFOUR, of the Royal (Madras) 
Artillery, assistant to the controller-in-chief, War Depart- 
ment. 



K. C. B. CIVIL 285 

1870, Aug. 9. EDWARD THORNTON, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary to the United States of America. 

1870, Dec. 6. WILLIAM GEORGE ANDERSON, assistant comptroller 
and auditor gen. of the Exchequer and Audit Department. 

1870, Dec. 19. Col. JOHN STEWART WOOD, inspec. gen. of the Royal 

Irish Constabulary. 

1871, June 13. Maj. Gen. THOMAS TOWNSEND PEARS, military 

secretary to the secretary of state for India in Council. 

1871, July 3. Lieut. Col. HOWARD CRAUFURD ELPHINSTONE, V.C., 
of the Royal Engineers, late governor to H.R.H. the prince 
Arthur. 

1871, Nov. 7. WILLIAM HENRY STEPHENSON, chairman of the Board 

of Inland Revenue. 

1872, Jan. 20. Sir WILLIAM JENNER, bart., M.D., one of the 

physician s-in-ordinary to Her Majesty. 

1872, June 17. GEORGE BIDDELL AIRY, the astronomer royal. 

1872, July 13. Y. Adm. the Hon. EDWARD ALFRED JOHN HARRIS, 
envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the 
king of the Netherlands. 

1872, July 18. ARTHUR HELPS, clerk of the Council. 

1873, Mar. 27. HENRY THRING, afterwards lord Thring, the parlia- 

mentary counsel. 

1873, Mar. 27. ALFRED POWER, vice-president of the Local Govern- 

ment Board for Ireland. 

1874, May 16. Lieut. Col. JAMES MACNAGHTEN HOGG, afterwards 

McGarel-Hogg and lord Magheramorne, chairman of the 
Metropolitan Board of Works. 

1875, Mar. 25. HENRY COLE, late secretary of the Science and Art 

Department of the Committee of Council on Education and 
general superintendent and director of the South Kensington 
Museum. 

1875, Mar. 25. Col. HENRY ATWELL LAKE, chief commissioner of 
Dublin Metropolitan Police. 



286 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1875, Nov. 25. THOMAS FRANCIS WADE, envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary and chief superintendent of Trade 
in China. 

1876, May 17. CHARLES (HARBORD), 5th lord Suffield, a lord of the 

Bedchamber to H.E.H. the prince of Wales. 

1876, Nov. 29. (Extra) Capt. GEORGE STRONG NARES, of the Eoyal 

Navy. 

1877, July 23. Col. JOHN STOKES, of the Eoyal Engineers. 

1877, Aug. 6. Lieut. Col. EDMUND FREDERICK Du CANE, of the 
Eoyal Engineers, surveyor gen. of prisons, chairman of 
directors of convict prisons, and commissioner under the 
provisions of the Prisons Act, 1877. 

1877, Aug. 6. Col. Sir LEWIS PELLY, of the Bombay Staff Corps, 
agent of the gov. gen. of India in Eajpootana. 

1877, Aug. 6. HENRY WILLIAM GORDON, commissary general in the 

Ordnance Store Department. 

1878, Mar. 15. EDMUND YEAMANS WALCOT HENDERSON, late lieut. 

col. in the Corps of Eoyal Engineers, the commissioner of 
police of the Metropolis. 

1878, July 29. CHARLES STUART AUBREY (ABBOTT), 3rd lord 
Tenterden, under secretary of state for Foreign Affairs. 

1878, Oct. 10. JOHN SAVILE LUMLEY, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary to the king of the Belgians. 

1878, Nov. 14. Sir EICHARD WALLACE, bart., one of Her Majesty's 

commissioners for the Paris Universal Exhibition of 1878. 

1879, Mar. 12. Lieut. Gen. HENRY FREDERICK PONSONBY, keeper of 

Her Majesty's Privy Purse and private secretary to Her 
Majesty. 

1879, Mar. 31. Sir FRANCIS EICHARD JOHN SANDFORD, knt., secre- 
tary to the Committee of Council on Education, afterwards 
lord Sandford. 

1879, Mar. 31. EALPH EGBERT WHEELER LINGEN, afterwards lord 
Lingen, permanent secretary of the Treasury. 

1879, Mar. 31. JOHN LAMBERT, secretary to the Commissioners of 
the Local Government Board. 



K. C. B. CIVIL 287 

1879, July 19. Maj. PIERRE Louis NAPOLEON CAVAGNARI, Bengal 
Staff Corps, deputy commissioner second class for the 
Punjab. 

1879, Sept. 24. Sir HENRY DRUMMOND WOLFF, late Her Majesty's 
commissioner in Eastern Roumelia. 



1880, Mar. 20. Sir THEODORE MARTIN. 

1880, Apr. 20. The Hon. ADOLPHUS FREDERIC OCTAVITTS LIDDELL, 
Q.C., permanent under secretary of State for the Home 
Department. 

1880, Apr. 20. JOHN TILLEY, late secretary to the Post Office. 

1880, May 24. Hon. Col. LUITBERT ALEXANDER GEORGE LIONEL 
ALPHONSE, FREIHERR VON PAWEL-RAMMINGEN. 

1880, Aug. 14. EDWARD JAMES REED, late chief instructor of the 

Navy. 

1880, Sept. 18. HENRY BROUGHAM LOCH, afterwards lord Loch, 
lieutenant governor of the Isle of Man. 

1880, Oct. 27. CHARLES JOHN HERRIES, chairman of the Board of 

Inland Revenue. 

1881, May 24. Lieut. Col. and Hon. Col. WILLIAM FITZWILLIAM 

LENNOX CONYNGHAM, Londonderry Militia. 

1881, May 24. Lieut. Col. and Hon. Col. HAMBLETON FRANCIS 
CUSTANCE, West Norfolk Militia. 

1881, May 24. Lieut. Col. THOMAS HERON ( JONES), 7th viscount 
Ranelagh, 2nd (South) Middlesex Rifle Volunteer Corps. 

1881, May 24. Lieut. Col. ROBERT JAMES LOYD-LINDSAY, V.C., 1st 
Berkshire Rifle Volunteer Corps, afterwards lord Wantage. 

1881, May 24. THOMAS BRASSEY, hon. commander of the Liverpool 
Brigade of Royal Naval Artillery Volunteers, afterwards 
lord Brassey. 

19 



288 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1881, May 24. Rt. Hon. ALFRED COMYNS LYALL, secretary of the 
Foreign Department of the Government of India. 

1881, May 24. Capt. FREDERICK JOHN OWEN EVANS, R.N., hydro- 
grapher of the Navy. 

1881, Oct. 8. EDWARD BALDWIN MALET, Consul General in Egypt. 

1882, June 2. JAMES CAIRO, senior copyhold, inclosure and tithe 

commissioner for England and Wales. 

1882, June 2. RALPH WOOD THOMPSON, under-secretary of state for 
the War Department. 

1882, June 24. GEORGE KETTILBY RICKARDS, late counsel to the 
Speaker of the House of Commons. 

1882, Oct. 16. ROBERT BURNETT DAVID MORIER, minister at the 
Court of Spain. 

1882, Dec. 26. ROBERT GEORGE WYNDHAM HERBERT, permanent 
under secretary of State, Colonial Office. 

1882, Dec. 26. REGINALD EARLE WELBY, afterwards lord Welby, 

auditor of the Civil List and financial secretary to the 
Treasury. 

18"83, Apr. 9. Rt. Hon. LYON PLAYFAIR, afterwards 1st lord Play- 
fair. 

1883, Sept. 15. Col. JOHN GRAHAM MCKERLIE, Royal Engineers 

(retired list), chairman of the Board of Public Works in 
Ireland. 

1884, Jan. 5. Professor RICHARD OWEN, F.R.S., late superintendent 

department of Natural History, British Museum. 

1884, Jan. 12. ROBERT GEORGE CROOKSHANK HAMILTON, under 
secretary to the lord lieut. of Ireland. 

1884, Apr. 15. ROBERT HAWTHORN COLLINS, comptroller of the 
Household of His late Royal Highness the duke of Albany. 

1884, Apr. 29. H.S.H. prince Louis ALEXANDER, of Battenberg, 
lieut. in the Royal Navy. 

1884, May 24. Hon. SPENCER CECIL BRABAZON PONSONBY-FANE, 
comptroller of accounts, Lord Chamberlain's Department. 



K. C. B. CIVIL 289 

1884. May 24. HENRY WENTWORTH DYKE ACLAND, M.D., regius 

professor of medicine in the University of Oxford, afterwards 
bart. 

1885, June 15. NATHANIEL BARNABY, director of naval construction 

at the Admiralty. 

1885, June 30. AUGUSTUS FREDERICK WILLIAM KEPPEL STEPHEN- 
SON, solicitor to the Treasury. 

1885, July 22. Gen. ALEXANDER NELSON (Hooo), 1st viscount 
Bridport, one of Her Majesty's equerries. 

1885, Aug. 11. RALPH ALLEN GOSSET, late sergeant-at-arms, House 
of Commons. 

1885, Aug. 25. ARTHUR LAWRENCE HALIBURTON, director of 
supplies and transport, War Office. 

1885, Dec. 1. PHILIP HENRY WODEHOUSE CURRIE, assistant under 
secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, afterwards lord 
Currie. 

1885, Dec. 26. GEORGE EDWARD PAGET, M.D., F.R.S., regius 

professor of physic in the University of Cambridge. 

1886, Feb. 2. Col. JAMES FRASER, commissioner of police for the 

City of London. 

1886, Feb. 2. WILLIAM STUART WALKER, chairman of the Board 
of Supervision for the Relief of the Poor, and of Public 
Health, Scotland. 

1886, Feb. 2. FRANCIS BROCKMAN MORLEY, chairman of the 
Middlesex Quarter Sessions, exon of Her Majesty's Royal 
Bodyguard of Yeomen of the Guard. 

1886, Feb. 5. Hon. Col. and Lieut. Col. Commandant FREDERICK 
WINN KNIGHT, commanding 1st Yolunteer Battalion 
Worcestershire Regiment. 

1886, May 29. HENRY ROBINSON, vice-president of the Local 
Government Board, Ireland. 

1886, June 28. (Additional) Sir FRANCIS PHILIP CUNLIFFE-OWEN, 
secretary to the Royal Commission and executive commis- 
sioner for the Indian Empire and for several colonies for 
services in connection with Colonial and Indian Exhibition 
of 1886. 



2po ORDER OF THE BATH 

1886, July 30. ALGERNON EDWARD WEST, chairman of the Board of 

Inland Revenue. 

1887, June 21. (Additional) Lieut. Col. and Hon. Col. DONALD 

MATHESON, 1st Lanarkshire Engineer Volunteer Corps, in 
connection with Her Majesty's Auxiliary Forces. 

1887, June 21. Lieut. Gen. Sir DIGHTON MACNAGHTEN PROBYN, 
V.C., controller and treasurer of the Household of H.R.H. 
the prince of Wales. 

1887, June 21. Maj. Sir EVELYN BARING, afterwards viscount 
Cromer, agent and consul gen. in Egypt. 

1887, June 21. STEVENSON ARTHUR BLACKWOOD, secretary to the 
General Post Office. 

1887, June 21. CHARLES THOMAS NEWTON, late of the British 
Museum. 

1887, June 21. JOHN SIMON, M.D., late medical officer, Privy 
Council Office. 

1887, June 21. HUGH OWEN, permanent secretary, Local Govern- 
ment Board. 

1887, June 21. WILLIAM ERASER, LL.D., deputy keeper of Records 
of Scotland. 

1887, June 21. CHARLES LISTER RYAN, assistant comptroller and 
auditor, Exchequer and Audit Department. 

1887, June 21. Sir EDWARD WALTER, knt., founder and com- 
manding officer, Corps of Commissionaires. 

1887, June 21. Capt. DOUGLAS GALTON, late Royal Engineers. 

1887, June 21. Maj. ELEETWOOD ISHAM EDWARDS, Royal Engineers, 
assistant keeper of the Privy Purse and assistant private 
secretary to the queen. 

1887, June 21. (Additional) ARTHUR MITCHELL, M.D., LL.D., 

commissioner in lunacy in Scotland. 

1887, June 21. (Additional) Col. GEORGE ASHLEY MAUDE, crown 
equerry. 

1887, June 21. (Additional) Hon. Col. WALTER RICE OLIVEY, chief 
paymaster, Army Pay Department. 



K. C. B. CIVIL 291 

1888, Jan. 7. Sir EGBERT EAWLINSON, knt., chief engineering 
inspector, Local Government Board. 

1888, Jan. 7. Sir CHARLES WARREN, chief commissioner of 
Metropolitan Police, col. in the Corps of Royal Engineers. 

1888, June 2. Sir JULIAN PAUNCEFOTE, permanent under-secretary 
of state, Foreign Office. 

1888, June 2. EDWARD GEORGE JENKINSON, late assistant under 
secretary, police and crime, for Ireland. 

1888, June 15. EDWARD CHARLES BLOTJNT. 

1889, Mar. 4. EDWIN CHADWICK. 

1889, May 25. HENRY LONGLEY, chief charity commissioner for 
England and Wales. 

1889, July 3. Hon. Col. EGBERT NIGEL FITZHARDINGE KINGSCOTE, 
honorary col., 4th Battalion Gloucester Eegiment, and late 
lieut. col., Scots Fusilier Guards, one of Her Majesty's 
commissioners of Woods and Forests. 

1889, Aug. 16. JOHN THOMAS BANKS, M.D., one of the physicians 

in ordinary to the queen in Ireland. 

1890, Jan. 7. The Hon. CHARLES WILLIAM FREMANTLE, deputy- 

master and comptroller of the Mint. 

1890, Jan. 7. CHARLES LENNOX PEEL, clerk of the Council. 

1890, May 21. Col. Sir EDWARD EIDLEY COLBORNE BRADFORD, 
A.D.C. to the Queen, Madras Staff Corps. 

1890, May 21. HENRY GEORGE CALCRAFT, permanent secretary to 
the Board of Trade. 

1890, July 18. Sir JOHN KIRK, M.D., late plenipotentiary to the 
Slave Trade Conference at the Court of Brussels. 

1890, Aug. 26. Sir HENRY PERCY ANDERSON, of the Foreign Office. 

1890, Nov. 21. Col. CHARLES BEAN EUAN-SMITH (Madras Infantry, 
on the retired list), Her Majesty's agent and consul gen. for 
the dominions of the sultan of Zanzibar. 



292 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1890, Dec. 19. Lieut. Col. and Hon. Col. ALEXANDER MONCRIEFF 

(retired list), formerly commanding the duke of Edinburgh's 
Own Edinburgh Artillery (Southern Division, Royal 
Artillery) . 

1891, Jan. 13. Col. the Rt. Hon. Sir JOSEPH WEST RIDGEWAY 

(Bengal Infantry retired list), under secretary to the lord 
lieut. and gen. gov. of Ireland. 



1891, Feb. 3. Sir FREDERICK AUGUSTUS ABEL, knt., president of 
Committee on Explosives, War Department. 

1891, Nov. 5. EYRE MASSEY SHAW, late chief officer of the Metro- 

politan Fire Brigade. 

1892, May 10. Col. GEORGE GUSTAVUS WALKER, 3rd Battalion the 

King's Own Scottish Borderers. 

1892, May 10. Lieut. Col. Commandant and Hon. Col. EDWARD 
STOCK HILL, 1st and 2nd Glamorganshire Artillery 
Volunteers. 

1892, May 10. Col. Sir WILLIAM HENRY HUMPHERY, bart., 
1st Volunteer Battalion the Hampshire Regiment, and 
commanding the Portsmouth Infantry Volunteer Brigade. 

1892, May 25. GODFREY LUSHINGTON, under secretary of State, 
Home Office. 

1892, May 25. Lieut. Gen. RICHARD HIERAM SANKEY, chairman 
Board of Public Works, Ireland. 

1892, May 25. HENRY JENKYNS, parliamentary counsel to the 
Treasury. 

1892, May 25. COURTENAY BOYLE, assistant secretary, Board of 
Trade (Railway Department). 

1892, May 25. Lieut. Col. GEORGE ARCHIBALD LEACH, late Royal 
Engineers, late secretary to the Board of Agriculture. 

1892, May 25. Adm. WILLIAM WINDHAM HORNBY, commissioner 
Prison Department, Home Office. 

1892, May 25. JOHN EVANS, D.C.L., LL.D., late president of the 
Society of Antiquaries. 

1892, Aug. 20. Sir EDWARD HERTSLET, knt., librarian and keeper of 
the papers of the Foreign Office. 



K. C. B. CIVIL 293 

1892, Aug. 20. HORACE GEORGE WALPOLE, assistant under secretary 
of State, India Office. 

1892, Aug. 20. EVAN MACGREGOR, permanent secretary to the 
Admiralty. 

1892, Aug. 20. Professor WILLIAM HENRY FLOWER, director of the 
Natural History Department, British Muesum. 

1892, Aug. 20. EEGINALD FRANCIS DOUCE PALGRAVE, clerk of the 

House of Commons. 

1893, Jan. 24. Et. Hon. JOHN TOMLINSON HIBBERT, financial 

secretary to the Treasury. 

1893, Jan. 24. ARTHUR GODLEY, under secretary of State for India. 

1893, June 3. ANDREW NOBLE, late capt., Eoyal Artillery. 

1893, June 3. FRANCIS Mow ATT, assistant secretary to the Treasury. 

1893, June 3. JOHN FRETCHEVILLE DYKES DONNELLY, hon. maj. 
gen., Eoyal Engineers (retired list), secretary to the Science 
and Art Department. 

1893, Dec. 29. Sir THOMAS HENRY SANDERSON, assistant under- 

secretary of state, Foreign Office. 

1894, Jan. 9. EGBERT HENRY MEADE, commonly called the Hon. 

Eobert Henry Meade, under-secretary of state for the 
Colonial Department. 

1894, Mar. 13. Hon. Col. DAVID CARRICK EGBERT CARRICK- 
BUCHANAN, 3rd and 4th Battalions, the Cameronians 
(Scottish Eifles). 

1894, May 26. EDWARD WALTER HAMILTON, assistant secretary to 
the Treasury. 

1894, May 26. AUGUSTUS WOLLASTON FRANKS, keeper, Department 

of British and Medieval Antiquities and Ethnography, 
British Museum. 

1895, Jan. 8. HERBERT HARLEY MURRAY, late chairman of the 

Board of Customs. 

1895, Jan. 8. GEORGE WILLIAM KEKEWICH, secretary to the Com- 
mittee of Council on Education. 



294 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1895, Jan. 8. WILLIAM HENRY WHITE, assistant controller and 
director of Naval Construction. 

1895, Feb. 12. GEORGE SCHARF, director, keeper and secretary of 
the National Portrait Gallery. 

1895, May 25. RALPH HENRY KNOX, accountant gen. of the Army. 

1895, May 25. STAIR ANDREW AGNEW, registrar gen. and deputy 
keeper of Records, Scotland. 

1895, May 25. Lieut. Col. ARTHUR JOHN BIGGE, private secretary 
to the queen. 

1895, May 25. NICHOLAS RODERICK O'CoNOR, envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary at Pekin. 

1895, May 25. Sir DAVID HARREL, knt., under secretary for Ireland. 

1895, May 25. EDWARD MAUNDE THOMPSON, principal librarian 
and secretary, British Museum. 

1895, June 28. JAMES REID, one of the physicians in ordinary to 
Her Majesty. 

1895, July 2. Col. YIVIAN BERING MAJENDIE, inspector of 
explosives, Home Office. 

1895, July 2. ROBERT GIFFEN, comptroller gen. of the Commercial, 
Labour, and Statistical Department, Board of Trade. 

1895, July 2. ALFRED MILNER, chairman of the Board of Inland 

Revenue. 

1896, Jan. 10. HENRY HAMILTON JOHNSTON, imperial commissioner 

and consul gen. for British Central Africa. 

1896, Feb. 6. (Honorary) H.S.H. prince FRANCIS JOSEPH of 
Battenberg. 

1896, Feb. 10. Col. lord EDWARD WILLIAM PELHAM-CLINTON, 
master of the Household. 

1896, Feb. 28. Maj. Gen. CHARLES TAYLOR Du PLAT (retired pay), 
late Royal Artillery, extra equerry to the Queen. 

1896, May 20. CLEMENTS ROBERT MARKHAM, president of the Royal 

Geographical Society. 

1897, Jan. 1. Sir ELWIN MITFORD PALMER, financial adviser to His 

Highness the khedive of Egypt. 



K. C. B. CIVIL 295 

1897, Jan. 1. WILLIAM ANDERSON, director gen. of Ordnance 
Factories. 

1897, Jan. 1. Hon. Col. the Hon. WELLINGTON PATRICK MANVERS 
CHETWYND-TALBOT, sergeant-at-arms, House of Lords. 

1897, June 1. Hon. Col. DAVID DAVIDSON, the Queen's Rifle 
Volunteer Brigade, the Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment). 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Sir FRANCIS KNOLLYS, private secre- 
tary to H.R.H. the prince of Wales, afterwards lord Knollys. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) GEORGE LAWSON, assistant under 
secretary of state, War Office. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Sir JOHN GARDNER DILLMAN ENGLE- 
HEART, knt., clerk of the Council of the Duchy of Lancaster. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) EDWIN HENRY EGERTON, envoy extra- 
ordinary and minister plenipotentiary at Athens. 

1897, Jun 22. (Additional) Col. EDWARD TALBOT THACKERAY, V.C. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) HENRY CRAIK, secretary, Scotch 
Education Department. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) JOHN SKELTON, vice-president, Local 
Government Board for Scotland. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Sir ALBERT WILLIAM WOODS, garter 
principal king-of-arms. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) HENRY CHURCHILL MAXWELL-LYTE, 
deputy keeper Public Record Office. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) FREDERIC LACEY ROBINSON, deputy 
chairman Board of Inland Revenue. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Sir ANDREW REED, knt., insp. gen. 
Royal Irish Constabulary. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) RICHARD THORNE THORNE, medical 
officer to the Local Government Board. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) JOSEPH NORMAN LOCKYER, professor of 
astronomy, Royal College of Science. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) JOHN WOLFE BARRY. 



296 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1897, June 22. (Additional) JOHN TAYLOR, surveyor, Office of 
Works. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Hon. Lieut. Col. (retired) HENRY 
SMITH, commissioner of the City of London Police. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) The Et. Hon. Sir FRANCIS HENRY 
JETTNE, knt., president of the Probate, Divorce, and 
Admiralty Division of the High Court of Justice, judge 
advocate gen. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Sir JOHN HASSARD, knt., apparitor gen. 
Consistory Court of the bishop of London 

1897, June 22. (Additional) HENRY CHARLES BURDETT. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) EDWARD FRANKLAND, water analyst ta 
the Local Government Board. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) WILLIAM HUGGINS. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) R. Adm. WILLIAM JAMES LLOYL> 
WHARTON, hydrographer of the Admiralty. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) ALBERT JOHN DURSTON, chief inspector 
of machinery, engineer- in-chief of the Navy. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Hon. Col. SAMUEL BRISE RUGGLES 
BRISE, 4th Battalion the Essex Regiment. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Lieut. Col. and Hon. Col. Sir CHARLES 
WATKIN SHAKERLEY, bart., late 5th Volunteer Battalion, 
the Cheshire Regiment. 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Hon. Col. Sir HENRY WILMOT, bart., 
V.C., 1st Volunteer Battalion the Sherwood Foresters 
(Derbyshire Regiment). 

1897, June 22. (Additional) Lieut. Col. and Hon. Col. ROBERT 

THOMAS WHITE-THOMSON, late 4th Battalion the Devonshire 
Regiment. 

1898, Jan. 1. EDWARD AUGUSTUS BOND, late principal librarian of 

the British Museum. 



1898, Jan. 1. WILLIAM TENNANT GAIRDNER, physician in ordinary 
to Her Majesty in Scotland 
Medicine, Glasgow University. 



to Her Majesty in Scotland, dean of the Faculty of 
, Gla 



K. C. B. CIVIL 297 

1898, Jan. 1. GEORGE MORRIS, vice-president, Local Government 
Board for Ireland. 

1898, Jan. 1. SPENCER WALPOLE, secretary to the General Post 
Office. 

1898, Feb. 8. Lieut. Col. and Hon. Col. JOHN WILLIAMS WALLING- 
TON, late 4th Battalion the Gloucestershire Regiment. 

1898, Mar. 25. Maj. Sir CLAUDE MAXWELL MACDONALD, envoy 
extraordinary, minister plenipotentiary, and chief superin- 
tendent of Trade at Pekin. 

1898, May 21. Col. Sir RICHARD EDWARD ROWLEY MARTIN. 

1898, May 21. KENNETH AUGUSTUS MUIR MACKENZIE, Q.C., 
permanent secretary of the lord Chancellor's office and 
clerk of the Crown. 

1898, May 21. HAMILTON JOHN AGMONDESHAM CUFFE (commonly 
called the Hon. Hamilton John Agmondesham Cuffe), 
solicitor to the Treasury, director of Public Prosecutions, 
afterwards 5th viscount Desart. 

1898, May 21. EDWARD LEIGH PEMBERTON, late assistant under 
secretary of state, Home Office. 

1898, May 21. Sir KENELM EDWARD DIGBY, under secretary of 
state, Home Office. 

1898, May 21. JOHN MURRAY, F.R.S., LL.D. 

1899, Jan. 2. CAREY JOHN KNYVETT, late principal clerk, Home 

Office. 

1899, Jan. 2. EDWARD WINGFIELD, under secretary of State for the 
Colonies. 

1899, Jan. 2. WILLIAM CHANDLER ROBERTS-AUSTEN, F.R.S., chemist 
and assayer to the Royal Mint. 

1899, Jan. 2. HENRY WILLIAM PRIMROSE, chairman of the Board 
of Customs. 

1899, June 9. Col. JOHN FARQUHARSON, Royal Engineers, late 
director gen. of the Ordnance Survey. 

1899, June 9. GEORGE HERBERT MURRAY, secretary to the General 
Post Office. 



298 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1899, June 9. WILLIAM HENRY PREECE, consulting engineer to the 
General Post Office. 

1899, June 9. MICHAEL FOSTER, secretary to the Royal Society. 

1899, Nov. 21. EDWARD PAYSON WILLS. 

1900, Jan. 16. Capt. WILLIAM DE WIVELESLIE ABNEY, F.E.S., 

director of the Science and Art Department. 

1900, May 23. JOHN SAMUEL PURCELL, late comptroller of Stamps 
and Stores and registrar of Joint Stock Companies, Inland 
Revenue Department. 

1900, May 23. DAVID GILL, Her Majesty's astronomer, Cape of 
Good Hope. 

1900, May 23. WILLIAM CONYNGHAM GREENE, of Her Majesty's 
diplomatic service, late British agent at Pretoria. 

1900, May 23. HENRY AUGUSTUS ROBINSON, vice president Local 
Government Board, Ireland. 

1900, Oct. 16. Col. the Rt. Hon. JOHN HAY ATHOL MACDONALD, 
commanding the Forth Volunteer Infantry Brigade, and 
formerly commanding the Queen's Rifle Volunteer Brigade, 
the Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment). 

1900, Nov. 29. Sir WILLIAM MACCORMAC, bart. (See footnote on 

p. 347.) 

1901, Jan. 1. The Hon. EDWARD CHANDOS LEIGH, Q.C., counsel to 

the Speaker, House of Commons. 

1901, Jan. 1. RICHARD MILLS, late comptroller and auditor gen. 
1901, Jan. 1. Sir WILLIAM TURNER, D.C.L. 
1901, July 2. Sir ARTHUR NICHOLSON, bart. 

1901, Nov. 9. Sir MONTAGUE FREDERICK OMMANNEY, under secretary 
of State, Colonial Office. 

1901, Nov. 9. ROBERT ANDERSON, LL.D., assistant commissioner of 
Metropolitan Police. 

1901, Nov. 9. FRANCIS JOHN STEPHENS HOP WOOD, permanent 
secretary to the Board of Trade. 



K. C. B. CIVIL 299 

1901, Nov. 9. SAMUEL BUTLER PROVIS, permanent secretary to the 
Local Government Board. 

1901, Nov. 9. GEORGE LISLE RYDER, chairman of the Board of 
Customs. 

1901, Nov. 26. The Rt. Hon. BEILBY (LAWLEY), 5th lord Wenlock, 

P.O., lord of the Bedchamber to H.R.H. the prince of 
Wales. 

1902, Jan. 21. ARCHIBALD JOHN SCOTT MILMAN. 

1902, June 26. (Additional) Maj. HENRY PILKINGTON, Royal 
Engineers. 

1902, June 26. Hon. Col. ALFRED PLANTAGENET FREDERICK 
CHARLES SOMERSET, 7th Battalion the Rifle Brigade (the 
prince Consort's Own). 

1902, June 26. Lieul;. Col. and Hon. Col. ROBERT BRIDGFORD, late 
2nd Volunteer Battalion the Manchester Regiment. 

1902, June 26. Hon. Col. CHARLES GERVAISE BOXALL, 1st Sussex 
Royal Garrison Artillery (Volunteers). 

1902, June 26. Col. ARTHUR PENDARVES VIVIAN, South Wales 
Border Volunteer Infantry Brigade. 

1902, July 11. (Additional) RICHARD DAVIS AWDRY, accountant 
gen. of the Royal Navy. 

1902, July 11. (Additional) The Hon. BERNARD ERIC BARRINGTON. 

1902, July 11. (Additional) The Hon. FRANCIS LEVESON BERTIE, 
assistant under secretary of state for Foreign Affairs. 

1902, July 11. (Additional) Sir WILLIAM SELBY CHURCH, bart., 
M.D., president of the Royal College of Physicians. 

1902, July 11. (Additional) CLINTON EDWARD DAWKINS. 

1902, July 11. (Additional) THOMAS HENRY ELLIOTT, secretary to 
the Board of Agriculture. 

1902, July 11. (Additional) REGINALD BALIOL (BRETT), 2nd viscount 
Esher, secretary to H.M.'s Office of Works 

1902, July 11. (Additional) JOHN LOWNDES ELDON GORST, financial 
adviser to the Egyptian Government. 



300 ORDER OF THE BATH 

1902, July 11. (Additional) HENRY JOHN LOWNDES GRAHAM, clerk 
of the Parliaments. 

1902, July 11. (Additional) The Hon. SCHOMBERG KERR 

MACDONNELL. 

1902, July 11. (Additional) HENRY JAMES YANSITTART NEALE, 
assistant secretary of the Admiralty. 

1902, July 11. (Additional) ALFRED DE BOCK PORTER, secretary to 
the Ecclesiastical Commission. 

1902, July 11. (Additional) Professor WILLIAM RAMSAY, F.R.S. 

1902, July 11. (Additional) EVELYN JOHN RUGGLES BRISE, chair- 
man of the Prisons Commission. 

1902, July 11. (Additional) LESLIE STEPHEN. 

1902, July 11. (Additional) GEORGE WHITEHOUSE, engineer- in- 
chief of the Uganda Railway. 

1902, July 11. (Additional) HENRY FRANCIS REDHEAD YORKE, 
director of victualling of the Royal Navy. 

1902, July 17. HORACE ALFRED DAMER SEYMOUR, deputy master of 
the Mint, would have heen made K.C.B. had he survived. 

1902, Nov. 9. Sir ANDREW CHARLES HOWARD, late assistant com- 
missioner of the Metropolitan Police. 

1902, Nov. 9. GEORGE CHRISTOPHER TROUT BARTLEY, M.P. 

1902, Nov. 9. ROBERT WILLIAM ARBUTHNOT HOLMES, treasury re- 
membrancer in Ireland. 

1902, Dec. 30. Sir BENJAMIN BAKER, LL.D., F.R.S. 

1903, June 26. WILLIAM DAVIDSON NIVEN, F.R.S. , director of 

studies, Royal Naval College. 

1903, June 26. Lieut. Col. and Hon. Col. HENRY MONTAGUE 
HOZIER, 3rd Kent Royal Garrison Artillery (Volunteers). 

1903, June 30. Col. EDMOND BAINBRIDGE, chief superintendent of 
Ordnance Factories. 

1903, July 10. Sir JOHN HENRY GIBBS BERGNE, late of the Foreign 
Office. 



K. C. B. CIVIL 301 

1903, July 10. Sir PATRICK COLL, chief Crown solicitor, Ireland. 

1903, July 10. CHARLES HENRY ALDERSON, late chief charity com- 
missioner. 

1903, Aug. 11. Col. NEVILLE FRANCIS FITZGERALD CHAMBERLAIN, 
inspec. gen., Royal Irish Constabulary. 

1903, Aug. 11. Lieut. Col. JOHN FOSTER GEORGE ROSS-OF-BLADENS- 

BURG, chief commissioner of the Dublin Metropolitan Police. 

1904, June 24. CHARLES JOHN REED, hon. col. of the Northumber- 

land Royal Garrison Artillery (Volunteers). 

1904, June 24. Sir DAVID GAMBLE, bart., hon. col., 2nd Volunteer 
Battalion, prince of Wales's Volunteers (South Lancashire 
Regiment). 

1904, June 24. WALTER SPENCER STANHOPE, hon. col., 2nd 
Volunteer Battalion the York and Lancaster Regiment. 

1904, June 24. Hon. Col. ANGUS WILLIAM HALL, late 3rd Battalion 
Dorsetshire Regiment. 

1904, June 24. Hon. Col. Sir FITZROY DONALD MACLEAN, bart., late 
West Kent Imperial Yeomanry. 

1904, Nov. 9. Sir ARTHUR HENRY HARDINGE. 
1904, Nov. 9. WILLIAM HENRY MAHONEY CHRISTIE. 



flfcost %alteo <S>r6er of tbe Star 
of 



20 



The Most Exalted Order of the Star 

of India, 



Grand Masters and in virtue thereof First and Principal Knight 
Grand Cross thereof. 

CHARLES JOHN (CANNING), 1st earl Canning. Appointed gov. gen. 
July, 1855. Proclaimed 1st viceroy, 1858, Nov. 1. 

JAMES (BRUCE), 8th earl of Elgin. Appointed 1862, Jan. 21. 
Assumed government 1862, Mar. 12. Died 1863, Nov. 20. 

Sir JOHN LAIRD MAIR LAWRENCE (afterwards 1st lord Lawrence). 
Appointed J863, Dec. 5. Assumed government 1864, Jan. 12. 

RICHARD SOUTHWELL (BOURKE), 6th earl of Mayo. Appointed 1868, 
Oct. 27. Assumed government 1869, Jan. 12. Assassinated 
1872, Feb. 8. 

THOMAS GEORGE (BARING), 2nd lord afterward 1st earl of Northbrook. 
Appointed 1872, Mar. 14. Assumed government 1872, May 3. 

EDWARD ROBERT LYTTON (BULWER-LYTTON), 2nd lord afterwards 
1st earl of Lytton. Appointed 1876, Feb. 12. Took the 
oath at Calcutta, 1876, Apr. 12. 

GEORGE FREDERICK SAMUEL (ROBINSON), 1st marquess of Ripon. 
Appointed 1880, May 6. Assumed government 1880, June 8. 

TREDERICK TEMPLE (HAMILTON-BLACKWOOD, afterwards HAMILTON- 
TEMPLE-BLACKWOOD), 1st earl of Duft'erin, afterwards 
marquess of Duft'erin and Ava. Appointed 1884, Oct. 21. 
Assumed government 1884, Dec. 13. 

HENRY CHARLES KEITH (PETTY-FITZMAURICE), 5th marquess of 
Lansdowne. Installed 1888, Dec. 10. 

VICTOR ALEXANDER (BRUCE), 9th earl of Elgin. Appointed about 
1893, Oct. 10. Assumed government 1894, Jan. 27. 

GEORGE NATHANIEL (CURZON), 1st lord Curzon of Kedleston. 
Appointed 1898, Dec. 3. Assumed government 1899, Jan. 6. 
Re-appointed for a second term, 1904, Sept. 3. 



306 ORDER OF THE STAR OF INDIA 

KNIGHTS OF THE ORDER OF THE STAR OF INDIA. 



Original Knights before the enlargement of the Order. 

1861, June 25. CHARLES JOHN (CANNING), 1st earl Canning, ex. 
officio as Grand Master. Died 1862, June IT. 

1861, June 25. FRANCIS ALBERT AUGUSTUS CHARLES EMANUEL,. 
prince consort of queen Victoria. (Extra.) 

1861, June 25. ALBERT EDWARD, prince of Wales. (Extra.) 

1861, June 25. H.H. NIZAM-OOL-MOOLK NUWAB TUYINAT ALL 
KHAN, Nizam of Hydrabad. 

1861, June 25. Gen. HUGH (GOUGH), 1st viscount Gough, sometime 
commander-in-chief of H.M. Forces in the East Indies. 

1861, June 25. H.H. JYAJEE RAO SINDHIA, Maharaja of Gwalior. 

1861, June 25. GEORGE FRANCIS ROBERT (HARRIS), 3rd lord Harris,, 
sometime governor of the Presidency of Madras. 

1861, June 25. H.H. Maharaja DULEEP SINGH. 

1861, June 25. Gen. COLIN (CAMPBELL), lord Clyde, late- 
commander-in-chief of H.M. Forces in the East Indies. 

1861, June 25. H.H. RUNBEER SING, Maharaja of Cashmere. 

1861, June 25. Sir GEORGE RUSSELL CLERK, governor of the- 
Presidency of Bombay. 

1861, June 25. H.H. TOOKOOJEE RAO HOLKAR, Maharaja of Indore. 
1861, June 25. H.H. Maharaja KHUNDE RAO, Guicowar of Baroda. 

1861 June 25. Sir JOHN LAIRD MAIR LAWRENCE, bart., lately lieut. 
governor of the Punjab (afterwards lord Lawrence). From 
1864, Jan. 12, Grand Master and first and principal G. C.S.I. 

1861, June 25. H.H. NURENDUR SINGH, Maharaja of Putiala. 

1861, June 25. Lieut. Gen. Sir JAMES OUTRAM, bart., lately member 
of the Council of the gov. gen. of India. 



K. S. I. 307 

1861, June 25. NUWAB SEKUNDER, Begum of Bhopal. 

1861, June 25. Gen. Sir HUGH HENRY HOSE, commander-in-chief 
of H.M. Forces in the East Indies. Afterwards lord 
Strathnairn. 

1861, June 25. H.H.YoosuF ALT KHAN, Nuwab of Rampore. 
Subsequent Appointments. 

1861, Aug. 19. F. Marsh STAPLE-TON (COTTON), 1st viscount Comber- 
mere, sometime commander-in-chief of the Forces in the 
East Indies. 

1861, Aug. 19. Gen. Sir GEORGE POLLOCK, afterwards bart., who 

commanded the British Forces which advanced to Kabul in 
1842; sometime member of the Council of the gov. gen. of 
India. 

1862, Mar. 12. JAMES (BRUCE), 8th earl of Elgin, ex-officio as grand 

master. Died 1863, Nov. 20. 

1863, Nov. 11. H.H. SERAMUDI RAJAHYE HINDOSTAN RAJ-RAJENDER 

SREE MAHARAJA DHEERAJ SEWEE BAM SING, Bahadoor 
or Maharaja of Jyepore. 

1863, Nov. 11. H.H. FURZUND DILBUND RASEKOOL ITHAGAD 

DOWLUT-I-ENGLISHIA RAJA SUROOP SING, Bahadoor or 
Maharaja of Jheend. 

1864, Dec. 10. H.H. FURZUND DILBUND RASEKHUL ITGAD DOWLUT- 

I-ENGLISHIA RAJAH RAJEGAN RAJAH RUNDHEER SING, 
Bahadoor of Kuppoorthulla. 

1864, Dec. 10. H.H. Maharaja RUGHOO RAJ SING, Bahadoor of 
Rewah. 



308 ORDER OF THE STAR OF INDIA 

Enlargement of the Order in 1866. 
STAR OF INDIA. 

KNIGHTS GRAND COMMANDERS OF THE ORDER OF 
THE STAR OF INDIA, (G.C.S.L). 

Promotion of Knights Commanders on the Enlargement of the 

Order in 1866. 

1866, May 24. * ALBERT EDWARD, prince of Wales. 

1866, May 24. *NIZAM-OOL-MOOLK NUWAB TUYINAT ALI KHAN, 
Nizam of Hyderabad. 

1866, May 24. *Gen. HUGH viscount GOUGH. 

1866, May 24. *TYAJEE RAO SINDHIA, Maharaja of Gwalior. 

1866, May 24. *GEORGE FRANCIS ROBERT (HARRIS), 3rd lord Harris. 

1866, May 24. *Maharaja DHULEEP SING. 

1866, May 24. *RUNBEER SINGH, Maharaja of Cashmere. 

1866, May 24. *Sir GEORGE RUSSELL CLERK. 

1866, May 24. *TOOKOOJEE RAO HOLKAR, Maharaja of Indore. 

1866, May 24. *Maharaja KHUNDE RAO, Guicowar of Baroda. 

1866, May 24. *Sir JOHN LAIRD MAIR LAWRENCE, bart., afterwards 
lord Lawrence, Grand Master and first and principal 
G.C.S.L 

1866, May 24. *NUWAB SEKUNDER, Begum of Bhopal. 

1866, May 24. *Gen. Sir HUGH HENRY ROSE, afterwards lord 
Strathnairn. 

1866, May 24. *YoosuF ALI KHAN, Nuwab of Rampore. 
1866, May 24. *Gen. Sir GEO. POLLOCK, bart, 



names marked with an asterisk were the K.S.I, existing at the date 
of the enlargement of the order in 1866, and were made G.C.S.I. by that 
enlargement. 



G. C. S. I. 309 

1866, May 24. *H.H. SERAMUDI RAJAHYE HINDOSTAN RAJ-RAJENDER 
SREE MAHARAJA DHEERAJ SEWEE RAM SING, Bahadoor of 
Jyepore. 

1866, May 24. *H.H. FURZUND DILBUND RASEKHUL ITGAD DOWLTJT- 
I-ENGLISHIA, etc., Bahadoor of Kuppoorthulla. 

1866, May 24. *H.H. Maharaja RUGHOO RAJ SING, Bahadoor of 
Rewah. 

1866, May 24. *Sir HENRY BARTLE EDWARD FRERE. 

1866, May 24. *H.H. the Maharaja of Joudpore. 

1866, May 24. *Sir ROBERT MONTGOMERY. 

1866, May 24. *H.H. the Maharaja of Travancore. 

1866, May 24. *Gen. Sir WILLIAM ROSE MANSFIELD, afterwards 1st 
lord Sandhurst. 

1866, May 24. *H.H. the Maharaja of Kerowlee. 



Subsequent Appointments. 
1867, May 24. H.H. KRISHNAH RAJ WADYAR, Maharaja of Mysore. 

1867, Sept. 16. Lieut. Gen. Sir ROBERT NAPIER, commander- 

in-chief of the Bombay Army, afterwards lord Napier of 
Magdala. 

1868, Aug. 27. ISMAIL PASHA, viceroy of Egypt. (Honorary.) 

1868, Dec. 8. Sir WILLIAM ROBERT SEYMOUR YESEY FITZGERALD, 

governor of the Presidency of Bombay. (Extra.) 

1869, Jan. 12. RICHARD SOUTHWELL (BURKE), 6th earl of Mayo, 

ex-officio as Grand Master. 

1869, June 2. The Rana of Dholepore. 

1870, Feb. 7. H.R.H. ALFRED ERNEST ALBERT, duke of Edinburgh. 

(Extra.) 

1870, May 28. H.H. MOHENDER SING, Maharaja of Puttiala. 



310 ORDER OF THE STAR OF INDIA 

1870, May 28. The Nawab SALAR JUNG, Bahadoor, minister of the 
Hyderabad State. 

1870, Aug. 19. FERDINAND DE LESSEES. (Honorary.) 

1871, May 20. H.H. DHERAJ SUMBHO SING, Maharana of Oodeypore. 

1871, May 20. H.H. the RAO PRAGMULJEE of Gutch. 

1872, May 3. THOMAS GEORGE (BARING), 2nd lord afterwards 1st 

earl of Northbrook, ex officio as Grand Master. 

1872, May 31. H.H. the NAWAB SHAH JEHAN, Begum of Bhopal. 

1873, May 24. H.E. Maharajah JUNG BAHADOOR KUNWAR RANAJEE, 

prime minister of Nepal. 

1873, May 24. Gen. Sir JOHN Low, Madras Infantry, formerly 
political resident at Lucknow and Hyderabad, and member 
of the Council of the gov. gen. of India. 

1873, May 24. Lieut. Gen. Sir NEVILLE BOWLES CHAMBERLAIN, 
Bengal Infantry, late commanding Punjab Irregular Force. 

1873, July 1. H.H. HAJEE MEERZA HUSSEIN KHAN, grand vizier 
and minister of war to the shah of Persia. (Honorary.) 

1875, May 3. H.H. prince TEWFIK PASHA, heir apparent to the 
viceroy of Egypt, afterwards khedive of Egypt. (Honorary.) 

1875, Dec. 31. H.H. RAJ RAJESSUR MAHARAJAH DHIRAJ JESWNT 
SING, Bahadur of Jodhpore. 

1875, Dec. 31. H.H. FURZUND DILPIZIR NAWAB MAHUMMAD KULB 
ALI KHAN, Bahadur of Rampore. 

1875, Dec. 31. H.H. FURZUND DILBUND RASEKHUL ITGAD DOWLUT-I- 

ENGLISHIA RAJAH RUGBIR SING, Bahadur of Jheend. 

1876, Apr. 12. EDWARD ROBERT LYTTON (BULWER-LYTTON), 2nd 

lord afterwards 1st earl of Lytton, ex officio as Grand Master. 

1876, June 28. RICHARD PLANTAGENET CAMPBELL (TEMPLE- 
NUGENT-BRYDGES-CHANDOS-GRENVILLE), 3rd duke of 
Buckingham and Chandos, governor of the Presidency of 
Madras. (Extra.) 

1876, June 28. Sir PHILIP EDMOND WODEHOUSE, governor of the 
Presidency of Bombay. (Extra.) 



G. C. S. I.. 311 

1877, Jan. 1. ARTHUR WILLIAM PATRICK ALBERT, duke of 
Connaught. (Extra.) (On the occasion of the proclamation 
of queen Victoria as empress of India at Delhi). 

1877, Jan. 1. H.H. RAM SINGH MAHARAS, Raja of Bundi (on same 
occasion). 

1877, Jan. 1. H.H. JASWANT SING, Maharaja of Bhurtpore (on same 
occasion). 

1877, Jan. 1. H.H. SHRI PRASAD NARAIN SINGH, Maharaja of 
Benares (on same occasion). 

1877, Jan. 1. H.H. AZIM JAH ZAHIR-TJD-DOWLA, Bahadur, prince of 
Arcot (on same occasion). 

1877, Jan. 25. Prince LEOPOLD GEORGE DUNCAN ALBERT, duke of 
Saxony, prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, afterwards duke 
of Albany. (Extra.) 

1877, June 2. GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK CHARLES, duke of 

Cambridge. (Extra.) 

1878, Jan. 1. H.E. CHERIF PASHA, minister for Foreign Affairs to 

H.H. the khedive of Egypt. (Honorary). 

1878, Jan. 1. Sir RICHARD TEMPLE, bart., governor of the Presidency 
of Bombay. (Extra.) 

1878, May 3. Sir JOHN STRACHEY. (Extra.) Member of the 
Council of the gov. gen. of India. 

1878, Aug. 27. H.H. SAFVET PASHA, grand vizier and minister of 

foreign affairs to the sultan of Turkey. (Honorary). 

1879, July 29. H.H. MIR KHODADAD, khan of Khelat. (Honorary.) 

1879, July 29. Hon. Col. H.H. Raja Sir HIRA SINGH MALVINDAR, 
Bahadur of Nabha. 

1879, July 29. Gen. Sir FREDERICK PAUL HAINES, commander-in- 

chief of H.M. Forces in the East Indies. (Extra.) 

1880, Apr. 23. (Extra) Rt. Hon. GATHORNE (GAYTHORNE-HARDY), 

1st viscount Cranbrook, principal secretary of State for 
India. Invested at Windsor Castle, April 21. 

1880, June 8. GEORGE FREDERICK SAMUEL (ROBINSON), 1st marquess 
of Ripon, ex officio as Grand Master. 



312 ORDER OF THE STAR OF INDIA 

1880, Nov. 9. His Highness the Nawab of Bahawulpur. 

1881, May 24. His Highness SUJJUN SINGH, Maharana of Udaipur. 

1882, May 23. His Highness the Maharajah of Travancore. 

1882, May 23. His Highness NAWAB IKBAL-UD-DOWLAH, of Oudh 
(Baghdad). 

1884, May 23. His Highness CHAMA RAJENDRA WADEIR, Maharajah 
of Mysore. 

1884, Nov. 17. His Highness ASAF JAH NAWAB MAHUB ALT KHAN, 
BAHADUR FATH JANG, Nizam of Hyderabad. 

1884, Dec. 13. FREDERICK TEMPLE (HAMILTON-BLACKWOOD, after- 

wards HAMILTON-TEMPLE-BLACKWOOD), 1st earl of Dufferin, 
afterwards marquess of Dufferin and Ava, ex officio a& 
Grand Master. 

1885, Feb. 25. (Extra) Rt. Hon. Sir JAMES FERGUSSON, bart, 

governor of the Presidency of Bombay. 

1885, Apr. 11. ABDUL RAHMAN KHAN, amir of Afghanistan. 
(Honorary.) 

1885, Dec. 7. (Extra) Gen. Sir DONALD MARTIN STEWART, bart., 

late commander-in-chief in the East Indies. 

1886, Jan. 1. His Highness STUD TOORKEE, sultan of Muscat. 
1886, Jan. 1. His Highness MAHARAO RAJA MANGAL, Sinh of Ulwar. 

1886, Jan. 1. His Highness TAKHT SINHJI THAKUR SAHIB, of 
Bhaunagar. 

1886, July 28. Sir MOUNTSTUART ELPHINSTONE GRANT-DUFF. 

(Extra.) 

1887, Feb. 15. His Highness Maharaja SAYAJI RAO, Bahadur 

Gaekwar of Baroda. 

1887, Feb. 15. His Highness Maharana FATEH SINGH BAHADUR, of 
Meywar (Oodeypore). 

1887, Feb. 15. His Highness Raja Sir SHAMSHER PRAKASH, Bahadur 
of Sirmur (Nahun). 

1887, June 30. H.H. Maharaja SHIVAJI RAO HOLKER, Bahadur, 
Maharaja of Indore. 



G. C. S. I. 313 

1887, Nov. 1. H.E.H. SULTAN MASSOUD MIRZA YEMIN-ED-DOWLAII 

ZIL-ES-SULTAN, of Persia, gov. gen. of Ispahar, Ears, 
Arabistan, Kurdestan, Yezd. etc. (Honorary.) 

1888, Jan. 2. H.H. the Maharajah SAWAI MADHU SINGH, of Jeypore 

(H.H. Saramad-i-Rajaha-i-Hin-dustan Raj Rajindra Sri 
Maharaja Maharaja-dhiraj Sawai Madhu Singh Bahadur, 
Maharaja of Jaipur). 

1888, May 24. His Highness the Maharajah BALA KAMA YARMA, of 
Travancore. 

1888, Dec. 10. HENRY CHARLES KEITH (PETTY-FITZMAURICE), 5th 
marquess of Lansdowne, ex officio as Grand Master. 

1890, Mar. 18. (Extra) DONALD JAMES (MACKAY), llth lord Reay, 
governor of the Presidency of Bombay. 

1890, Nov. 8. (Honoraiy) His Highness SEYYID ALI BIN SAID BIN 
SULTAN, sultan of Zanzibar. 

1892, May 25. Col. His Highness Maharaja PARTAB SINGH INDAR 
MAHINDER, Bahadur, Sipar-i-Saltanat of Jummu and 
Kashmir. 

1892, Aug. 1. (Extra) Rt. Hon. RICHARD ASSHETON (CROSS), 

viscount Cross, His Majesty's principal secretary of State 
for India. 

1893, June 3. (Extra) Gen. FREDERICK SLEIGH, baron ROBERTS, of 

Kandahar, Y.C., afterwards earl Roberts. 

1894, Jan. 27. YICTOR ALEXANDER (BRUCE), 9th earl of Elgin, 

ex officio as Grand Master. 

1894, Feb. 23. (Honorary) His Highness SAIYAD HAMAD-BIN- 

THOWANI, sultan of Zanzibar. Died May, 1896. 

1895, Jan. 1. His Highness SHAHU CHATRAPATI MAHARAJ, Raja of 

Kolhapur. 

1895, May 25. His Highness the Maharaja SINDHIA, of Gwalior 
(H.H. Maharaj Adhiraj Sir Madho Rao Sindhia, Bahadur 
of Gwalior). 

1895, May 25. The Rt. Hon. GEORGE ROBERT CANNING (HARRIS), 
4th baron Harris. (Extra.) 

1895, June 29. (Extra) Rt. Hon. HENRY HARTLEY FOWLER. 



314 ORDER OF THE STAR OF INDIA 

1896, Jan. 1. (Extra) the Rt. Hon. BEILBY (LAWLEY), lord 
Wenlock, governor of the Presidency of Madras. 



1896, Feb. 29. His Excellency NUBAR PASHA. (Honorary). 

1897, June 22. His Highness Maharaja YYANKATESH RAMANI 

PRASAD SINGH BAHADUR of Rewa. 

1897, June 22. Sir JOSEPH DALTON HOOKER, M.D. 

1897, June 22. His Excellency Maharaja Sir BIR SHAMSHER JANG 
E/ANA BAHADUR, prime minister of Nepal. 

1897, June 22. Sir ANTHONY PATRICK MACDONNELL, lieut. gov. of 
the North-Western Provinces. 

1897, June 22. Lieut. Col. Maharaj Dhiraj Sir PARTAB SINGH 
BAHADUR, of Jodhpur [Sir PRATAB SINGHJI, of Idar]. 

1897, June 22. Lieut. Gen. EICHARD STRACHEY, Royal Engineers. 

1898, Jan. 11. Gen. Sir GEORGE STEWART WHITE, V.C., com- 

mander-in-chief in India. 

1898, Apr. 20. H.H. SAID HAMUD BIN MAHOMED , the sultan of 
Zanzibar. (Honorary) . 

1898, May 21. His Highness the Maharaja of Patiala. 

1899, Jan. 6. GEORGE NATHANIEL (CURZON), 1st lord Curzon of 

Kedleston, ex-officio as Grand Master. 

1900, Mar. 9. (Extra) WILLIAM (MANSFIELD), 2nd lord Sandhurst, 

late governor of the Presidency of Bombay. 

1901, Apr. 29. (Extra) Sir ARTHUR ELIBANK HAVELOCK, late 

governor of the Presidency of Madras. 

1903, Jan. 1. Rt. Hon. GEORGE FRANCIS HAMILTON, commonly 
called lord George Francis Hamilton (on the occasion of the 
Durbar). 

1903, Jan. 1. His Highness Eaja Sir RAMA YARMA, of Cochin (on 

the same occasion). 

1904, Sept. 2. Rt. Hon. ARTHUR OLIVER VILLIERS (RUSSELL), 2nd 

lord Ampthill, acting gov. gen of India [during the absence 
of lord Curzon]. 



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KNIGHTS COMMANDEES OF THE STAR OF INDIA 

(K.C.S.L). 

Order Enlarged. 

1866, Feb. 12. Sir HENRY BARTLE EDWARD FRERE, governor of the 
Presidency of Bombay. 

1866, Feb. 12. H.H. the Maharaja of Joudphore. 

1866, Feb. 12. Sir EGBERT MONTGOMERY, late lieut. gov. of the 
Punjab. 

1866, Feb. 12. H.H. the Maharaja of Travancore. 

1866, Feb. 12. Gen. Sir WILLIAM ROSE MANSFIELD, commander-in- 
chief of H.M. Forces in the East Indies, afterwards 1st lord 
Sandhurst. 

1866, Feb. 12. H.H. the Maharaja of Kerowlee. 

1866, May 24. The rajah SHREEMUN MAHARAJA CHUTTROPTJTTEE 
SHAHABE DAM ALTAPHOO, of Kolhapoor. 

1866, May 24. CECIL BEADON, Bengal Civil Service, lieut. gov. of 
Bengal. 

1866, May 24. The nawab SALAR JUNG BAHADOOR, of Hyderabad, 
in the Deccan. 

1866, May 24. DONALD FRIELL McLEOD, Bengal Civil Service, 
lieut. gov. of the Punjab. 

1866, May 24. The Maharaja JEYPERCASH SING BAHADOOR, of Deo, 
in Behar. 

1866, May 24. HENRY EICKETTS, Bengal Civil Service (retired), 
late member of the Council of the gov. gen. of India. 

1866, May 24. The Maharaja MIRZA GAJAPATI EAZ MAUNE, Sultan 
Bahadoor Zemindar of Yizianagram, member of the Council 
of the gov. gen of India for making laws and regulations. 

1866, May 24. HENRY BYNG HARRINGTON, Bengal Civil Service 
(retired), late member of the Council of the gov. gen. of 
India. 



316 ORDER OF THE STAR OF INDIA 

1866, May 24. The Maharaja DIG BIJYE SINGH, of Bulrampoor 
(Oudh). 

1866, May 24. WALTER ELLIOT, Madras Civil Service (retired), late 
member of the Council of the governor of Madras. 

1866, May 24. SHARF-UL-OMRAH, Bahadoor of Hyderabad, member 
of the Council of the gov. gen. of India for making laws and 
regulations. 

1866, May 24. THOMAS PYCROFT, Madras Civil Service, member of 
the Council of the governor of Madras.. 

1866, May 24. RAJAH JYMUNGUL SINGH, of Gidhore in Monghyr. 

1866, May 24. JOHN MACPHERSON McLEOD, Madras Civil Service 
(retired) and member of the Indian Law Commission. 

1866, May 24. The Rajah DINKUR RAO, late member of the Council 
of the gov. gen. of India for making laws and regulations. 

1866, May 24. Maj. Gen. ISAAC CAMPBELL COFFIN, Madras Army, 
late commanding the Hyderabad Subsidiary Force. 

1866, May 24. The Rajah REDHAKANTH DEB. 

1866, May 24. Maj. Gen. GEORGE ST. PATRICK LAWRENCE, Bengal 
Staff Corps, late agent to the gov. gen. of India at 
Rajpootana. 

1866, May 24. The Rajah of Drangadra. 

1866, May 24. Maj. Gen. GEORGE MOYLE SHERER, late Bengal 
Army, sometime commanding the 73rd Regiment of Bengal 
Native Infantry. 

1866, May 24. Rajah DEO NARAIN SINGH, of Benares. 

1866, May 24. Maj. Gen. Sir ARTHUR THOMAS COTTON, knt., Royal 
(late Madras) Engineers. 

1866, May 24. MEER SHERE MAHOMED, of Meerpur. 

1866, May 24. Maj. Gen. Sir NEVILLE BOWLES CHAMBERLAIN, 
Bengal Army, late commanding the Punjab Irregular 
Force. 

.1866, May 24. The Rajah Sahib DYAL MISSAR, member of the 
Council of the gov. gen. of India for making laws and 
regulations. 



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1866, May 24. GEORGE UDNEY YULE, Bengal Civil Service, resident 
at Hyderabad. 

1866, May 24. TANJORE MADAVA RAO, Dewan of Travancore. 

1866, May 24. CHARLES JOHN WINGFIELD, Bengal Civil Service, 
late chief commissioner of Oude. 

1866, May 24. The Thakoor RAWUL JESWUNT SINGJEE, of 
Bhownuggur. 



1866, May 24. Col. Sir HERBERT BENJAMIN EDWARDES, Bengal 
Army, commissioner ; 
the Cis-Sutlej States. 

1866, May 24. HAKEEM SAADUT ALI KHAN. 



Army, commissioner and agent to the gov. gen. of India in 
Cis-r 



1866, May 24. Col. ARNOLD BURROWES KEMBALL, Royal (late 
Bombay) Artillery, political agent in Turkish Arabia. 

1866, May 24. Sirdar NIHAL SING CHACHI. 

1866, May 24. Lieut. Col. THOMAS WILKINSON, late Bengal Army, 
sometime resident in Nagpoor. 

1866, May 24. Lieut. Col. ROBERT WALLACE, Bombay Staff Corps, 
late resident at Baroda. 

1866, May 24. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM HENRY RODES GREEN, Bombay 
Staff Corps, political superintendent in Upper Scinde. 

1866, May 24. Maj. GEORGE WINGATE, late Bombay Engineers, 
sometime member of the Survey Commission at Bombay. 

1866, Sept. 17. H.H. DATU TUMMONGONG ABUBAKR SRI, Maharajah 

of Johore. 

1867, Feb. 8. Col. HENRY MARION DURAND, Royal (late Bengal) 

Engineers, fifth ordinary member of the Council of the 
viceroy and gov. gen. of India. 

1867, Feb. 8. WILLIAM MUIR, Bengal Civil Service, secretary to the 
Government of India in the Foreign Department. 

1867, May 24. H.H. the Maharajah SREE JOWAN SINGJEE, chief of 
Edur. 

1867, May 24. DANIEL ELLIOTT, Madras Civil Service (retired), late 
member of the Law Commission of the Legislative Council 
of India and of the Council of the governor of Madras. 



318 ORDER OF THE STAR OF INDIA 

1867, May 24. GEORGE FREDERICK HARVEY, Bengal Civil Service 
(retired), late commissioner of Agra. 

1867, May 24. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM HILL, late Madras Army, 
commanding the Nizam's contingent during the mutinies of 
1857-8. 

1867, May 24. Maj. Gen. YINCENT EYRE, Eoyal (late Bengal) 
Artillery. 

1867, May 24. The Eajah JODHBIR CHUND, of Nadown. 

1867, May 24. HENRY LACON ANDERSON, Bombay Civil Service 
(retired), late chief secretary to the Government of Bombay 
and member of the Council of the gov. gen. of India for 
making laws and regulations. 

1867, May 24. EICHARD TEMPLE, Bengal Civil Service, resident at 
Hyderabad, afterwards bart. 

1867, May 24. Col. ARTHUR PURVES PHAYRE, Bengal Staff Corps, 
chief commissioner in British Burmah. 

1867, Sept. 16. The Maharajah MAUN SING, of Oude. 

1867, Sept. 16. Col. EDWARD EGBERT WETHERALL, late chief of the 
staff of the Central India Field Force. 

1867, Sept. 16. Col. WILLIAM WEST TURNER, late 97th Eegiment, 
sometime brig, commanding the second column of the 
Bundlecund Field Force. 

1867, Oct. 22. The Et. Hon. WILLIAM EGBERT SEYMOUR VESEY 

FITZGERALD, governor of the Presidency of Bombay. 

1868, Aug. 24. Maj. Gen. EDWARD LECHMERE EUSSELL, Bombay 

Army, political resident at Aden. 

1868, Aug. 24. Col. WILLIAM LOCKYER MEREWETHER, Bombay Staff 

Corps, chief commissioner in Sindh, and lately political 
resident at Aden. (Extra.) 

1869, June 2. H.H. the Eajah of Cochin. 

1869, June 2. Lieut. Gen. JOHN CAMPBELL, Madras Army. 

1869, June 2. Maj. Gen. GEORGE LE GRAND JACOB, late Bombay 
Army. 



K. C. S. I. 319 

1870, May 28. H.H. prince GHOLAM MAHOMED. 

1870, May 28. WILLIAM GREY, Bengal Civil Service, lieut. gov. of 

Bengal. 

1871, May 20. The Nawab MOHSIN-OOD-DOWLAH, bahadoor of Oude. 
1871, May 20. H.H. MOHUBUT KHAN, Nawab of Joonaghur 

1871, May 20. Maj. Gen. GEORGE INGLIS JAMESON, Bombay Army, 
late president of the Military Finance Commission for India, 
now auditor of the accounts of the Department of the 
secretary of State for India in Council. 

1871, May 20. JOHN WILLIAM KATE, formerly of the Bengal 
Artillery, now secretary in the political and secret depart- 
ment of the secretary of State for India in Council. 

1871, May 20. HENJIY SUMNER MAINE, late member of the Council 
of the gov. gen. of India. 

1871, Nov. 3. Col. FREDERICK JOHN GOLDSMID, Madras Staff Corps, 

employed on a special mission to Persia with the local rank 
of maj. gen., and late superintendent of the Indo-European 
Telegraph. 

1872, May 31. JOHN STRACHEY, Bengal Civil Service, member of 

the Council of the gov. gen. of India. 

1872, May 31. JOHN CRACROFT WILSON, Bengal Civil Service 

(retired), late civil and sessions judge at Moradabad and 
special commissioner for the trial of rebels and mutineers 
in 1857-8. 

1873, Feb. 6. Lieut. Col. FREDERICK RICHARD POLLOCK, Bengal 

Staff Corps, lately employed (with local rank of maj. gen.) 
on a special mission in Sistan, commissioner and superinten- 
dent Peshawar Division. 

1873, May 23. NAWAB KHAN BAHADOOR KHWAJAH MUHAMMED 
KHAN KTJTTUK, of Kohat. 

1873, May 23. GEORGE CAMPBELL, Bengal Civil Service, lieut. gov. 
of Bengal. 

1873, May 23. ALEXANDER JOHN ARBUTHNOT, Madras Civil Service, 
late member of the Council of the governor of Madras. 

1873, May 23. Maj. Gen. HARRY BURNETT LUMSDEN, Bengal Staff 
Corps, late envoy to Candahar. 

21 



320 ORDER OF THE STAR OF INDIA 

1874, May 30. EGBERT HENRY DA VIES, Bengal Civil Service, lieut. 
gov. of the Punjab. 

1874, May 30. Col. RICHARD JOHN MEADE, Bengal Staff Corps, 
chief commissioner of Mysore and Coorg. 

1874, May 30. Col. LEWIS PELLT, Bombay Staff Corps, agent to the 
gov. gen. for the States of Rajpootana and late political 
resident in the Persian Gulf. 

1874, July 27. (Extra) THOMAS DOUGLAS FORSYTH, Bengal Civil 

Service, commissioner of the Fyzabad Division, Oude, and 
lately employed on a special mission to Kashgar. 

1875, Oct. 5. BARROW HELBERT ELLIS, Bombay Civil Service 

(retired), member of the council of the secretary of state for 
India, and lately one of the members of the council of the 
viceroy and gov. gen. of India. 

1875, Dec. 31. WILLIAM ROSE ROBINSON, Madras Civil Service, 
member of the council of the governor of Madras. 

1875, Dec. 31. RUDUR PERTAB SING MAHUNDUR BAHADOOR, Maha- 
rajah of Punnah. 

1875, Dec. 31. SHAUSHIR PRAKASH BAHADOOR, Rajah of Nahun. 
1875, Dec. 31. RAS KASEE RAO HOLKAR, Dada Saheb, of Indore. 

1875, Dec. 31. Gen. RUNNODEEP SING, Rana Bahadoor of Nepal, 
commander-in-chief of the Nepalese Army. 

1875, Dec. 31. RAO RAJAH GUNPUT RAO KIRKEE SHAMSHIR 
BAHADOOR, Dewan of Gwalior. 

1875, Dec. 31. MUMTAZ-UD-DOWLAH NAWAB MAHUMMAD FAIZ ALI 
KHAN BAHADOOR, prime minister of Kotah. 

1875, Dec. 31. Col. the Hon. HENRY RAMSAY, Bengal Staff Corps, 

commissioner, Kumaon. 

1876, Mar. 7. Maj. Gen. SAMUEL JAMES BROWNE, Y.C., Bengal Staff 

Corps, president of the Stud Commission and on special 
duty with the prince of Wales. (Extra.) 

1876, Mar. 7. Maj. Gen. DIGHTON MACNAGHTEN PROBYN, Y.C., 
Bengal Cavalry, equerry to H.R.H. the prince of Wales. 
(Extra.) 



K. C. S. I. 321 

1876, Mar. 7. Surg. Gen. JOSEPH FATHER, M.D., hon. physician to 

the queen and physician to H.B/.H. the prince of Wales. 
(Extra.) 

1877, Jan. 1. H.H. SHIVAJI CHATRAPATI, Raja of Kolhapore, on the 

occasion of the proclamation at Delhi of queen Victoria as 
empress of India. 

1877, Jan. 1. JAMES FITZJAMES STEPHEN, Q.C., late member of the 
Council of the gov. gen. of India (same occasion). 

1877, Jan. 1. H.H. raja ANAND RAO PUAR, of Dhar (same occasion). 

1877, Jan. 1. ARTHUR HOBHOUSE, Q.C., second ordinary member of 
the Council of the gov. gen. of India. Afterwards lord 
Hobhouse (same occasion). 

1877, Jan. 1. H.H. MAN SINGJEE RAJ SAHIB of Drangdra (same 
occasion). 

1877, Jan. 1. EDWARD CLIVE BAYLEY, Bengal Civil Service, third 
ordinary member of the Council of the gov. gen. of India 
(same occasion). 

1877, Jan. 1. H.H. the JAM SHRI VIBHAJEE, of Naunagar (same 
occasion). 

1877, Jan. 1. Sir GEORGE EBENEZER WILSON COUPER, bart., Bengal 
Civil Service, lieut. gov. of the North- Western Provinces 
(same occasion). 

1877, Jan. 1. R. Adm. REGINALD JOHN MACDONALD, commander- 
in-chief of H.M. Naval Forces in the East Indies (same 
occasion). 

1877, June 2. JOSEPH DALTON HOOKER, M.D., director of the Royal 
Botanical Gardens at Kew. 

1877, June 2. THOMAS LAWRENCE SECCOMBE, financial secretary to 

the Secretary of State for India in Council. 

1878, Jan. 1. Maj. Gen. MICHAEL KAVANAGH KENNEDY, Royal (late 

Bombay) Engineers, additional member of the Council of 
the governor of Bombay for making laws and regulations, 
secretary to the Government of Bombay in the Public 
Works and Railway Departments, and lately employed on 
a special mission as a personal assistant to the governor of 
Madras. 

1878, May 25. Hon. ASHLEY EDEN, lieut. gov. of Bengal. 



322 ORDER OF THE STAR OF INDIA 

1878, May 25. STEUART COLVIN BAYLEY, Bengal Civil Service, 

secretary to the Government of Bengal in the Judicial and 
Political Departments. 

1879, July 29. EGBERT EYLES EGERTON, Bengal Civil Service, lieut. 

gov. of the Punjab. 

1879, July 29. Lieut. Col. OWEN TUDOR BUKNE, secretary in the 
Political and Secret Department of the India Office. 

1879, July 29. Col. GEORGE POMEROY COLLEY, 2nd Regiment, 
private secretary to the viceroy and gov. gen. of India. 

1879, July 29. Maj. ROBERT GROVES SANDEMAN, Bengal Staff Corps, 
agent to the viceroy and gov. gen. of India in Beluchistan. 

1879, July 29. The nawab GHOLAM HUSSAN KHAN ALAZAI KHAN 

BAHADOOR. 

1880, Feb. 18. (Extra) The Maharaja KIRTEE SING, of Muneepore. 

1880, Dec. 9. Sirdar DEWA SINGH, prime minister of His Highness 

the Maharaja of Patiala. 

1881, May 24. Gen. ORFEUR CAVENAGH, Bengal Staff Corps. 

1881, May 24. CHARLES UMPHERSTON AITCHISON, Bengal Civil 
Service, chief commissioner British Burmah. 

1881, May 24. His Highness TTJKHT. SINGH, Thakur Saheb of 
Bhaunagur. 

1881, May 24. JAMES DAVIDSON GORDON, Bengal Civil Service,. 
Resident at Mysore. 

1881, May 24. JOHN FORSYTH, insp. gen. of hospitals (retired)* 
Bengal Medical Service. 

1881, May 24. LEPEL HENRY GRIFFIN, Bengal Civil Service, agent 
to the gov. gen. in Central India. 

1881, Oct. 29. MONESHUR Bux SINGH Maharajah of Domraon. 

1882, May 23. The Maharajah JOTENDRO MOHTJN TAGORE. 

1882, May 23. Lieut. Col. OLIVER BEATJCHAMP COVENTRY ST. JOHN,. 
royal (late Bengal) engineers, late Resident at Kandahar. 



K. C. S. I. 323 

1882, Nov. 17. R. Adm. Sir WILLIAM NATHAN WRIGHTE HEWETT. 

1882, Nov. 17. (Extra) Maj. Gen. Sir HERBERT TAYLOR MACPHERSON. 

1883, May 24. JOHN HENRY MORRIS, Bengal Civil Service, late chief 

commissioner Central Provinces. 

1883, Aug. 4. (Extra) Maj. EVELYN BARING, member of the Council 
of the gov. gen. of India, afterwards 1st earl of Cromer. 

1885, Jan. 1. AUGUSTUS RIVERS THOMPSON, Bengal Civil Service, 
lieut. gov. of Bengal. 

1885, Jan. 1. CHARLES GRANT, Bengal Civil Service, Secretary to 
the Government of India in the Foreign Department. 

1885, June 6. Col. EDWARD RIDLEY COLBORNE BRADFORD, Madras 
Staff Corps, agent to the gov. gen., Rajpootana, and chief 
commissioner, Ajmere. Afterwards baronet. 

1885, July 20. JOSEPH WEST RIDGEWAY, Bengal Infantry, under- 

secretary to the Government of India in the Foreign 
Department, and now in charge of the Afghan Boundary 
Commission. 

1886, Jan. 1. Maharaj PERTAB SINGH. 

1886, Feb. 8. JULAND DANVERS, secretary to the Public Works 
Department of the India Office. 

1886, May 29. THEODORE CRACRAFT HOPE, Bombay Civil Service, 
member of the Council of the gov. gen. of India. 

1886, May 29. CHARLES EDWARD BERNARD, Bengal Civil Service, 
chief commissioner of Burmah. 

1886, May 29. Nawab KHWAJA ABDUL GHANI MEEAH, of Dacca. 

1886, May 29. WILLIAM CHICHELE PLOWDEN, Bengal Civil Service 

(retired), late census commissioner for India. 

1887, Feb. 15. CHARLES ALFRED ELLIOTT, Bengal Civil Service, 

chief commissioner of Assam. 

1887, Feb. 15. WILLIAM WILSON HUNTER, Bengal Civil Service, 
direc. gen. of Statistics. 

1887, Feb. 15. His Highness Maharaja SRI KESHRI SINGHJT of 
Idar. 



324 ORDER OF THE STAR OF INDIA 

1887, Feb. 15. Col. WILLIAM GEORGE DAVIES, Bengal Staff Corps, 
financial commissioner, Punjab. 

1887, Feb. 15. Col. JAMES JOHNSTONE, Bengal Infantry, late 

political agent at Manipur. 

1888, Jan. 2. JAMES BRAITHWAITE PEILE, Bombay Civil Service, 

member of the Council of India. 

1888, Jan. 2. MOTJLVIE SAIYID AHMAD KHAN BAHADUR, member of 
the Legislative Council of the lieut. gov. of the North- 
Western Provinces. 

1888, Jan. 2. Col. JAMES BROWNE, E.E., Public Works Department 
of the Government of India. 

1888, May 24. JAMES BROADWOOD LYALL, Bengal Civil Service, 
lieut. gov. of the Punjab. 

1888, May 24. CHARLES HAUKES TOD CROSTHWAITE, Bengal Civil 

Service!, chief commissioner Burma. 

1889, Jan. 1. DAVID MILLER BARBOUR, Bengal Civil Service, 

ordinary member of the Council of the gov. gen. of India. 

1889, Jan. 1. NAWAB MUHAMAD AKRAM KHAN, chief of Amb. 

1889, May 25. Col. HENRY YULE, royal (late Bengal) engineers, 

member of the Council of the Secretary of State for India. 

1890, May 21. ANDREW EICHARD SCOBLE, ordinary member of the 

Council of the gov. gen. of India. 

1890, May 21. DENNIS FITZPATRICK, Bengal Civil Service, resident 

at Hyderabad. 

1891, Jan. 1. ALEXANDER MACKENZIE, Bengal Civil Service, chief 

commissioner of Burma. 

1891, May 30. PHILIP PERCEVAL HUTCHINS, Madras Civil Service, 
member of the Council of the gov. gen. of India. 

1891, Oct. 31. EAJA AMAR SINGH, president of the Council, 

Kashmir 

1892, May 25. Sir AUCKLAND COLVIN, Bengal Civil Service, lieut. 

gov. of the North- Western Provinces and chief commissioner 
of Oudh. 



K. C. S. I. 325 

1892, May 25. HENRY EDWARD STOKES, Madras Civil Service, 
member of the Council of the governor of Madras. 

1892, May 25. His Excellency Maharaja BIR SHAMSHER JUNG 
RANA Bahadur, prime minister of Nepal. 

1892, May 25. Maharaja MANA YIKRAMA Bahadur Zamorin of 

Calicut. 

1893, Jan. 2. ANTHONY PATRICK MACDONNELL, Indian Civil 

Service, chief commissioner of the Central Provinces. 

1893, Jan. 2. KUMARAPURAM SHESHADRI AIYAR, Dewan of Mysore. 

1893, July 3. HENRY WATERFIELD, financial secretary to the 

secretary of State for India in Council. 

1894, Jan. 1. Sir HENRY MORTIMER DURAND, secretary to the 

Government of India in the Foreign Department. 

1894, May 26. Maj. Gen. OLIVER RICHARDSON NEWMARCH, military 

secretary at the India Office. 

1895, Jan. 1. JAMES WESTLAND, member of the Council of the 

gov. gen. of India. 

1895, Jan. 1. FREDERICK WILLIAM RICHARDS FRYER, officiating 
financial commissioner, Punjab. 

1895, Jan. 1. His Highness MAHARAO KAISHRI SINGH, of Sirohi. 
1895, Jan. 1. COURTENAY PEREGRINE ILBERT. 

1895, May 25. Lieut. Gen. Sir WILLIAM STEPHEN ALEXANDER 
LOCKHART. 

1895, July 15. Surg. Maj. GEORGE SCOTT ROBERTSON, Indian 

Medical Service, British agent, Gilgit. 

1896, Jan. 1. Lieut. Gen. Sir HENRY BRACKENBURY, R.A., member 

of the Council of the gov. gen. of India. 

1896, Jan. 1. MANSINGHJI SARSINGHJI THAKORE Saheb of Palitana. 

1896, May 20. WILLIAM ERSKINE WARD, chief commissioner of 
Assam. 

1896, May 20. Brigade Surgeon Lieut. Col. ALFRED SWAINE LETH- 
BRIDGE, M.D. 



326 ORDER OF THE STAR OF INDIA 

1897, Jan. 1. JOHN WOODBURN, member of the Council of the gov. 
gen. of India. 

1897, Jan. 1. His Highness MAHARAO RAO RANGHUBIR SINGH 
BAHADUR, Raja of Bundi. 

1897, Jan. 1. Sir EDWARD CHARLES BUCK, secretary to the 
Government of India in the Department of Revenue and 
Agriculture. 

1897, June 22. WILLIAM MACKWORTH YOUNG, lieut. gov. of the 
Punjab. 

1897, June 22. His Highness SRI RAJA RAMA YARMA of Cochin. 

1897, June 22. CHARLES JAMES LYALL, chief commissioner of the 
Central Provinces. 

1897, June 22. ROBERT JOSEPH CROSTHWAITE, agent to the gov. 
gen. in Rajputana. 

1897, June 22. WILLIAM JOHN CUNINGHAM, secretary to the 
Government of India in the Foreign Department. 

1897, June 22. Maj. Gen. MONTAGU GILBERT GERARD, Indian 
Staff Corps. 

1897, June 22. His Highness RAJA JAGATJIT SINGH Bahadur, of 
Kapurthala. 

1897, June 22. RICHARD UDNY, Indian Civil Service. 

1897, June 22. Col. HOWARD MELLISS, insp. gen. of Imperial 

Service Troops. 

1898, Jan. 1. His Highness Maharaja LOKINDRA BHAWANI SINGH, 

Bahadur of Datia. 

1898, Jan. 1. ARTHUR CHARLES TREVOR, Indian Civil Service. 
1898, Jan. 1. JOHN FREDERICK PRICE, Indian Civil Service. 
1898, May 21. WILLIAM LEE- WARNER, political secretary, India 



1898, May 21. TREVOR JOHN CHICHELE CHICELE-PLOWDEN, Indian 
Civil Service. 



K. C. S .1. 327 

1898, Dec. 31. His Highness RASUL KHANJI MAHABBAT KHANJI, 
Nawab of Junagarh. 

1898, Dec. 31. CHARLES CECIL STEVENS, Indian Civil Service. 

1900, May 23. His Highness MAHARAO UMAID SINGH Bahadur, of 

Kotah. 

1901, Jan. 1. CHARLES MONTGOMERY RIVAZ, ordinary member of 

the Council of the gov. gen. of India. 

1901, Nov. 9. JAMES JOHN DIGGES LA TOUCHE, Indian Civil 
Service. 

1901, Nov. 9. His Highness RAJA STJRINDAR BIKRAM PRAKASH 
BAHADUR, of Sirmur. 

1901, Nov. 9. Sultan AHMAD BIN FADTHL, of Lahej. 

1902, June 26. Lieut. Col. DAVID WILLIAM KEITH BARR, Indian 

Staff Corps. 

1902, June 26. HENRY JOHN STEDMAN COTTON, Indian Civil Service. 

1902, June 26. AMARAVATI SESHAYYA SASTRI. 

1903, Jan. 1. DENZIL CHARLES JELF IBBETSON, Indian Civil Service, 

member of the Council of the gov. gen. of India (on the 
occasion of the Durbar). 

1903, Jan. 1. R. Adm. CHARLES CARTER DRURY, commander-in- 
chief of His Majesty's Naval Forces in the East Indies 
(same occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. HENRY MARTIN WINTERBOTHAM, Indian Civil Service, 
member of the Council of the governor of Fort St. George 
(same occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. JAMES MONTEATH, Indian Civil Service, member of 
the Council of the governor of Bombay (same occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. Lieut. Col. DONALD ROBERTSON, Indian Staff Corps, 
resident in Mysore and chief commissioner of Coorg (same 
occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. ANDREW HENDERSON LEITH FRASER, Indian Civil 
Service, chief commissioner of the Central Provinces (same 
occasion). 



328 ORDER OF THE STAR OF INDIA 

1903, Jan. 1. HUGH SHAKESPEAR BARNES, Indian Civil Service, 
secretary to the Government of India, in the Foreign 
Department (same occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. Surg. Gen. WILLIAM ROE HOOPER, Indian Medical 
Service (retired), president of the Medical Board at the India 
office (same occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. Col. Sir COLIN CAMPBELL SCOTT MONCRIEFF, Royal 
Engineers (retired) president of the Indian Irrigation Com- 
mission (same occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. His Highness RAJA EJRTI SAH, of Tehri, Garhwal, 
(same occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. KUNWAR RANBIR SINGH, of Patiala (same occasion). 

1904, Jan. 1. ARUNDEL TAGG ARUNDEL, Esq., Indian Civil Service, 

an ordinary member of the Council of the gov. gen. 

1904, Jan. 1. JAMES AUSTIN BOURDILLON, Esq., Indian Civil 
Service, resident in Mysore and chief commissioner of Coorg, 
lately acting lieut. gov. of Bengal. 

1904, Mar. 18. THOMAS RALEIGH, a member of the Council of the 
go. gen. of India. 

1904, June 24. Maj. His Highness Maharaja RAJ RAJESHWAR 
SHIROMANI SRI SIR GANGA SINGH BAHADUR, of Bikaner. 

1904, June 24. H.H. THAKUR SAHIB BHAVSINGHJI TAKHTSINGHJI, 
of Bhaunagar. 

1904, June 24. ARTHUR HENRY TEMPLE MARTINDALE, Indian Civil 
Service, agent to the gov. gen., Rajputana. 

1904, Sept. 2. JAMES THOMSON, a member of the Council of the 
gov. of Madras and acting gov. of Madras. 



flfcost Distinouisbeb rbec of 
St. flIMcbael anb St. (3eorge. 



The Most Distinguished 
Order of St. Michael and St. George. 

Grands Masters and Principal Knights Grand Cross. 

*1818. Lieut. Gen. the Rt. Hon. Sir THOMAS MAITLAND, Grand 
Master, Apr. 27, governor of Malta and high commissioner 
in the Ionian Islands. Died 1824, Jan. 17. 

1825. F. Marsh. H.R.H. ADOLPHUS FREDERICK, duke of Cambridge, 
Grand Master 1825, June 20. Declared 1st and principal 
G.C.M.G. 1832, Aug. 16. Died 1850, July 8. 

1851, [Dec. 31]. GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK CHARLES, duke of 
Cambridge, appointed 1st or principal G.C.M.G., re- 
appointed Grand Master and 1st or principal G.C.M.G. 1869, 
May 23, and 1877, May 30. Died 1904. 



Knights Grand Cross (G.C.M.G.). 

*1818, Apr. 27. Lieut. Gen. Sir THOMAS MAITLAND, Apr. 27, Grand 
Master. Invested at Corfu Nov. 17. 

1818, Nov. 18. EMANUEL, baron THEOTOKY, president of the Ionian 
Senate. Invested at Corfu. 

1818, Nov. 18. STAMO CALICHIOPULO, of Corfu, a senator of the 
Ionian Islands. Invested ut supra. 

1818, Nov. 18. ANTONIO, count COMUTO, of Zante. 

1818, Dec. 16. V. Adm. Sir CHARLES VINICOMBE PENROSE, naval 
commander-in-chief in the Mediterranean. Invested at 
Malta. 

1818, Dec. 16. GIUSEPPE BORG OLIVIER, sometime president of the 
Court of Appeal at Malta. Invested ut supra. 



* Throughout the following lists of the order of St. Michael and St. George the dates in the margin are 
nless otherwise specifically stated) the dates of the war 
will be found to differ greatly from the date of gazetting. 



(unless otherwise specifically stated) the dates of the warrant of appointment. Very frequently these dates 
iffer 



332 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1818, Dec. 16. Doctor RAFFAELE CRISPING XERRI. Invested ut 

supra, member of the Supreme Council of Justice for the 
Island of Malta and its Dependencies. 

1819, Oct. 26. Y. Adm. Sir THOMAS FRANCIS FREMANTLE, sometime 

naval commander-in-chief in the Mediterranean. 

1819, Oct. 26. FREDERICK (NORTH), 7th earl of Guilford, sometime 

chancellor of the University of the Ionian Islands. 

1820, Sept. 28. Adm. Sir GRAHAM MOORE, commander-in-chief in 

the Mediterranean. Resigned 1823, re-invested 1832, 
Aug. 24. 

1821, Dec. 27. Sir FREDERICK ADAM, serving on the staff of the 

troops in the Ionian Islands. Invested 1822, Jan. 15. 

1823, Mar. 1. Count NICOLO ANINO, sometime a senator in the 

Ionian Islands. 

1824, Jan. 16. Adm. Sir HARRY BURRARD NEALE, bart., naval 

commander-in-chief in the Mediterranean, resigned 1826, 
re-invested 1832, Aug. 24. 

1825, June 20. F. Marsh, prince ADOLPHTJS FREDERICK, duke of 

Cambridge Grand Master, etc.). 

1825, July 30. MARINO VEJA, of Cephalonia, sometime president of 
the Ionian Senate. Invested at Corfu Oct. 15. 

1827, Apr. 23. Adm. Sir EDWARD CODRINGTON, sometime naval 

commander-in-chief in the Mediterranean. Resigned the 
order in 1828, re-invested 1832, Aug. 24. 

1828, Nov. 5. Maj. Gen. the Hon. Sir FREDERICK CAVENDISH 

PONSONBY, lieut. gov. of Malta. Invested at Malta. 

1829, Jan. 21. Adm. Sir PULTENEY MALCOLM, naval commander-in- 

chief in the Mediterranean. Invested at Malta. Resigned 
the Order in 1831. Re-appointed 1832, Aug. 16, and 
invested Oct. 12. 

1831, July 4. V. Adm. the Hon. Sir HENRY HOTHAM, naval com- 

mander-in-chief in the Mediterranean. Invested at Malta. 

1832, May 28. GUISEPPE CALCEDONIO DEBONO, member of the 

Supreme Council of Justice at Malta. Invested at Malta. 



G. C. M. G. 333 

1832, June 6. GIOVANNI CAPPADOCA, sometime a member of the 
supreme Council of Justice of the Ionian Islands. 

1832, June 6. ANGIOLO CONDARI, of Santa Maura, a senator of the 
Ionian Islands. Invested at Corfu. 

1832, June 22. Sir JAMES MACDONALD, bart., high commissioner for 
the Ionian Islands. Died before investiture. 

1832, June 30. Lieut. Gen. Sir ALEXANDER WOODFORD, commander 
of the Forces in the Ionian Islands. Invested at Corfu. 

1832, Aug. 12. GEORGE (NUGENT-TEMPLE-GRENVILLE), lord Nugent 

son of George, 3rd earl Temple and 1st marquess of 
Buckingham), high commissioner in the Ionian Islands. 
Invested Aug. 24. 

1833, May 4. Col. * FREDERICK HANKEY, chief secretary to the 

governor of Malta. Invested at Malta, May 28. 

1833, June 26. R. Adm. THOMAS BRIGGS, superintendent of the 
dockyard at Malta. Invested at Malta, July 24. 

1833, July 17. SPIRIDION YITTOR, count Bulgari, president of the 

Ionian Senate. Invested at Corfu, Nov. 30. 

1834, Feb. 22. Adm. Sir JOSIAS ROWLEY, bart., commander-in-chief 

in the Mediterranean. Invested at Malta, Apr. 4. 

1835, Mar. 18. Lieut. Gen. Sir HOWARD DOUGLAS, bart., high com- 

missioner in the Ionian Islands. 

1836, Apr. 2. PAOLO, count Parisio ; one of the lords lieut. of Malta. 

Invested at Malta, July 13 

1836, Sept. 28. Lieut. Gen. Sir HENRY FREDERICK BOUVERIE, 

governor of Malta. 

1837, May 10. Gen. HENRY PIGOT. 

1837, May 10. Gen. THOMAS (GRAHAM), lord Lynedoch. 

1837, May 10. Adm. the Hon. ROBERT STOPFORD, commander-in- 
chief in the Mediterranean. 



334 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1837, May 10. Gen. Sir MARTIN HUNTER. Investiture dispensed 
with by warrant, 1838, May 1. 

1837, May 10. Gen. Sir WILLIAM WILKINSON. Investiture ut supra. 

1837, May 10. Lieut. Gen. Sir CHARLES BULKELEY EGERTON. 

1837, May 10. Gen. Sir JOHN OSWALD. 

1837, May 10. Lieut Gen. Sir HUDSON LOWE. 

1837, May 10. Y. Adm. Sir RICHARD HUSSEY HUSSEY. Invested 
May 17. 

1837, May 17. Adm. Sir GEORGE MARTIN. 

1837, May 17. Maj. Gen. Sir PATRICK Ross. 

1838, Apr. 26. PIETRO PETRIZZOPULO, of Santa Maura, president 

of the Ionian Senate. Invested at Corfu July 5. 

1838, May 2. V. Adm. Sir GEORGE EYRE. 

1839, Aug. 30. Sir VITTOR CARIDI, of Cephalonia. Invested at 

Corfu Nov. 18. 

1840, July 7. Sir FRANCISCO MUZZAN, of Zante. Invested Sept. 29. 

1840, July 7. Sir PIETRO COIDAN, of Cephalonia. Invested at 
Cephalonia Sept. 24. 

1840, Oct. 6. Sir NICHOLAS HARRIS NICOLAS, chancellor and 
Senior Knight Commander of the Order. 

1842, Jan. 15. Prince FRANCIS ALBERT AUGUSTUS CHARLES 
EMANUEL, prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, consort of 
queen Yictoria. 

1842, Jan. 21. Demetrio count BELLA DECIMA, of Cephalonia. 

1842, Mar. 18. Sir AGOSTINO RANDON. 

1843, July 3. Lieut. Gen. JOHN (COLBORNE), 1st lord Seaton, com- 

manding the forces in the United States of the Ionian 
Islands, and Her Majesty's lord high commissioner in and 
for said States. 

1843, July 3. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. PATRICK STUART, governor of 

Malta. 

1844, Dec. 16. Antonio count THEOTOKY. 

1845, June 26. Prince GEORGE FREDERICK WILLIAM CHARLES, 

duke of Cambridge. 



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1847, Mar. 31. His Highness Dr. SPIRIDIONE FOCCA STEFANO, 
president of the Senate of the Ionian Islands. 

1849, June 25. HENRY GEORGE WARD, high commissioner for the 

Ionian Islands. 

1850, Sept. 7. Demetrio count SALOMON, president of the Senate of 

the Ionian Islands. 

1852, Nov. 23. Candiano count EOMA, president of the Senate of 
the Ionian Islands. 

1852, Nov. 23. Demetrio count CARUSO, regent of Cephalonia. 

1853, June 27. YINCENZO CASOLANI, collector of the land revenue 

of Malta. 

1855, Mar. 31. ALESSANDRO DAMASCHINO. 

1855, May 16. Sir JOHN YOUNG, bart., afterwards 1st lord Lisgar, 

on appointment as lord high commissioner of the Ionian 
Islands. 

1856, Jan. 11. Col. Sir WILLIAM REID, governor of Malta. 
1856, Jan. 28. Sir IGNATIUS GAVIN BONAVITA. 

1856, Jan. 28. GUISEPPE MARIA, barone de Piro. 

1857, July 9. Sir DEMETRIO, count Yalsamachi. 

1857, July 9. Dionisio count FLAMBURIARI, for long official 

services to the Ionian Government. 

1858, May 15. EDMUND (LYONS), 1st lord Lyons, commander-in- 

chief in the Mediterranean. 

1859, Feb. 15. Col. Sir HENRY KNIGHT STORKS, on appointment as 

lord high commissioner of the Ionian Islands. 

1860, Apr. 16. Maj. Gen. Sir JOHN GASPARD LE MARCHANT, on 

appointment as governor of Malta. 

1860, Apr. 16. GEORGE FERGUSON BOWEN, on appointment as first 
governor of Queensland. 

1860, Apr. 16. Sir PAOLO DINGLI, late president of the Court of 
Appeal in Malta. 

1864, May 21. Sir PIETRO ARMENI BRAILA, secretary of the Senate 
on the transfer of the Ionian Islands to the Kingdom of 
Greece. 

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336 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1867, Mar. 2. Sir GEORGIO MARCORAN, LL.D., for services as judge 

of the Supreme Court of the Ionian Islands, up to the 
cession of those Islands to the Kingdom of Greece in 1864. 

1868, Apr. 24. Sir ADRIANO DINGLI, for long services as Crown Law 

Officer in Malta, Crown advocate of Malta from July, 1854. 

1868, Apr. 24. Sir EDWARD VICTOR Louis HOULTON, for services 
as chief secretary to the Government of Malta, chief secre- 
tary to the Government of Malta. 

1868, Apr. 23. Lieut. Gen. Sir PATRICK GRANT, on appointment as 

governor of Malta. 

1869, Feb. 13. The Et. Hon. CHARLES STANLEY (MONCK), 4th 

viscount Monck. late gov. gen. of the Dominion of Canada 
and capt. gen. and governor-in-chief of the Island of Prince 
Edward. 

1869, Mar. 25. The Rt. Hon. EDWARD GEOFFREY (SMITH-STANLEY), 
23rd earl of Derby, sometime secretary of State having the 
Department of War and Colonies. 

1869, Mar. 25. The Rt. Hon. HENRY GEORGE (GREY), 3rd earl 
Grey, sometime secretary of State, having the Department 
of War and Colonies. 

1869, Mar. 25. The Rt. Hon. JOHN RUSSELL, 1st earl Russel, some- 
time secretary of State, having the Department of War and 
Colonies. 

1869, June 29. H.R.H. ALFRED ERNEST ALBERT, duke of Edinburgh, 
captain in the Fleet. 

1869, Nov. 24. The Rt. Hon. EDWARD GEORGE EARLE LYTTON 

(BTJLWER-LYTTON), 1st lord Lytton, formerly secretary of 
State for the Colonies. 

1870, Apr. 16. H.R.H. prince ARTHUR WILLIAM PATRICK ALBERT, 

afterwards duke of Connaught and Strathearn. 

1873, June 23. The Rt. Hon. JOHN HENRY THOMAS (MANNERS 
SUTTON), 3rd viscount Canterbury, late governor and 
commander-in-chief of the Colony of Victoria, on his 
retirement from that Government. 






G. C. M. G. 337 

1874, Feb. 20. Sir HENRY BARKLY, governor and commander-in- 
chief of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope, governor and 
commander-in-chief of the Province of Griqua Land West, 
and Her Majesty's high commissioner for the settling and 
adjustment of the affairs of the territories adjacent to or 
contiguous to the Eastern Frontier of the Cape of Good 
Hope. 

1874, Feb. 20. Sir JOHN PETER GRANT, late capt. gen. and governor- 
in-chief of the Island of Jamaica with the territories 
depending thereon. 

1874, Mar. 31. Maj. Gen. Sir GARNET JOSEPH WOLSELEY, after- 
wards viscount Wolseley, for distinguished services in 
command of the expedition against the Ashantees. 

1874, Apr. 23. JOHN HAWLEY GLOVER, sometime commander in 

H.M. Navy, and lately H.M. special commissioner to the 
friendly native chiefs in the eastern district of the protected 
territories near to H.M. settlements on the Gold Coast. 

1875, Jan. 21. Sir HERCULES GEORGE EGBERT ROBINSON, now 

governor and commander-in-chief of the Colony of New 
South Wales and its dependencies. For special services in 
connection with the cession of the Fiji Islands. 

1876, Mar. 20. (Honorary) H.H. Sir DATU TUMMONGONG ABUBAKR 

SRI, Maharajah of Johore, K.C.S.I., for various services to 
the Government of the Straits Settlements, especially during 
the disturbances in the Malay Peninsula, in 1875-76. 

1876, May 11. The Rt. Hon. FREDERICK TEMPLE, earl of Dufferin, 

etc., afterwards marquess of Dufferin and Ava, gov. gen. of 
the Dominion of Canada. 

1877, May 30. F. Marsh. H.R.H. GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK 

CHARLES, duke of Cambridge, to be Grand Master and first 
or principal knight Grand Cross. 

1877, May 31. (Extra) F. Marsh. H.R.H. ALBERT EDWARD, prince 
of Wales. 

1877, May 31. The Most Hon. GEORGE AUGUSTUS CONSTANTINE 
fPmpPs), 4th marquess of Normanby, governor of the 
Colony of New Zealand. 

1877, Dec. 12. Lieut. Gen. Sir ARTHUR PURVES PHAYRE, governor 
and commander-in-chief of the Island of Mauritius and its 
dependencies. 



338 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1878, Feb. 6. Hon. Sir ARTHUR HAMILTON -GORDON, governor of 
Fiji and high commissioner for the Western Pacific, 1877 
to 1883. 

1878, May 25. Maj. Gen. Sir WILLIAM FRANCIS DRUMMOND 
JERVOIS, R.E., governor of the Colony of South Australia. 

1878, May 25. Sir ALEXANDER TILLOCH GALT, member of the 
Halifax Fisheries Commission. 

1878, Aug. 7. Sir HENRY DRUMMOND WOLFF, Her Majesty's 
commissioner on the European Commission for the 
organisation of Eastern Roumelia under the 18th article of 
the Treaty of Berlin. 

1878, Aug. 3. SOMDITCH PRA PARAMINDR MAHA CHULULONKORN, 
king of Siam (Honorary) 1 , for services to the Government 
of the Straits Settlements, more particularly during the 
late disturbances in the Malay States in 187576. Invested 
at Bangkok, 1878, Nov. 22, by Sir William Cleaver Francis 
Robinson, governor of the Straits Settlements. 

1878, Sept. 14. The Rt. Hon. Sir JOHN DOUGLAS SUTHERLAND 
CAMPBELL, marquess of Lome, afterwards 9th duke of 
Argyll, gov. gen. of Canada. 

1878, Oct. 30. Sir JOHN ROSE, bart., executive commissioner for 

the Dominion of Canada, and member of the Finance 
Committee, for services rendered to the Colonies as colonial 
commissioner and otherwise, in connection with the repre- 
sentation of British Colonial products at the Paris Universal 
Exhibition of 1878. 

1879, May 24. RICHARD BICKERTON PEMELL (LYONS), 2nd lord 

afterwards 1st viscount Lyons, ambassador extraordinary 
and plenipotentiary to the French Republic. 

1879, May 24. The Rt. Hon. Sir ODO WILLIAM LEOPOLD RUSSELL, 
C.C., styled lord Odo Russell, afterwards lord Ampthill, 
ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary to the 
German Emperor. 

1879, May 24. Sir ANTONIO MICALLEF, president of the Court of 
Appeal in the Island of Malta. 

1879, Sept. 10. Sir CHARLES LENNOX WYKE, envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary to the king of Denmark. 



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339 



1879, Sept. 10. Sir RICHARD WOOD, for services in connexion with 
the Maltese imigrants, introduced into Tunis, and to 
colonists in his capacity as Her Majesty's agent and consul 
gen. in the Regency of Tunis since 1855. 

1879, Oct. 9. (Honorary) His Excellency NUBAR PASHA, late 

president of the Council of Ministers, and minister for 
Foreign Affairs in Egypt. 

1880, May 12. (Extra member) H.R.H. prince LEOroLD GEORGE 

DUNCAN ALBERT, duke of Saxony, prince of Saxe-Coburg 
and Gotha, afterwards duke of Albany. 

1880, May 29. Gen. Sir ARTHUR BORTON, governor of the Island of 

Malta. 

1881, May 24. Sir ARTHUR EDWARD KENNEDY, governor and com- 

mander-in-chief of the Colony of Queensland. 



1881, May 24. Maj. Gen. Sir HARRY ST. GEORGE ORD, E.E., 
formerly governor of Western Australia. 

1881, July 28. (Honorary) His Majesty king KALAKANA, of the 
Hawaiian Islands. 

1881, Nov. 30. Sir HARRY SMITH PARKES, envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary in Japan. 

1882, Feb. 20. Maj. Gen. Sir HENRY EVELYN WOOD, V.C., lately in 

command of the Forces in Natal and Transvaal and one of 
the commissioners for the Settlement of the Transvaal 
Territory. 

1882, Mar. 30. (Honorary) His Honour JOHN HENRY BRAND, 

president of the Orange Free State. 

1883, May 24. Rt. Hon. FREDERICK (ROGERS), lord Blachford, P.C., 

formerly under secretary of state for the Colonies. 

1883, May 24. Sir HENRY ERNEST GASCOIGNE BULWER, governor of 
the Colony of Natal, and special commissioner for Zulu 
Affairs, 1882. 

1883, May 24. Sir JAMES ROBERT LONGDEN, governor of Ceylon. 

1883, July 4. (Honorary) His Highness SEYYID BARGHASH-BIN- 

SAID, sultan of Zanzibar. Invested at Zanzibar Sept. 14, by 
Sir John Kirk. 

1884, Jan. 28. The Most Hon. HENRY CHARLES KEITH (PETTY- 

FITZMAURICE), 5th gov. gen. of the Dominion of Canada. 

1884, May 24. Sir ROBERT RICHARD TORRENS. 



340 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1884, May 24. Sir ALFRED STEPHEN, formerly chief justice of New 
South Wales, now lieut. gov. of that Colony. 

1884, Dec. 3. Sir JOHN HAY DRUMMOND-HAY, envoy extraordinary 

and minister plenipotentiary to the emperor of Morocco. 

1885, June 6. Et. Hon. CHARLES EGBERT (CARRiNGTON),3rd lord 

Carrington), on appointment to be governor of the Colony 
of New South Wales. 

1885, June 6. Sir ANDREW CLARKE, maj. gen. E.E., inspec. gen. of 
Fortifications and director of Works. 

1885, June 6. Sir ANTHONY MUSGRAVE, governor of the Colony of 
Queensland. 

1885, June 6. Sir FREDERICK ALOYSIUS WELD, governor of the 
Straits Settlements. 

1885, June 26. Sir EDWARD BALDWIN MALET, ambassador extra- 
ordinary and plenipotentiary at Berlin. 

1885, Aug. 25. Lieut, gen. Sir GERALD GRAHAM, E.E., Y.C. 

1885, Oct. 14. Maj. Gen. Sir CHARLES WARREN, E.E., special com- 
missioner for Bechuanaland. 

1885, Dec. 1. Sir JULIAN PAUNCEFOTE, under secretary for Foreign 

Affairs. 

1886, Feb. 18. Sir WILLIAM ARTHUR WHITE, envoy extraordinary 

and minister plenipotentiary to the sultan of Turkey. 

1886, Feb. 18. Et. Hon. Sir HENRY THURSTAN HOLLAND, bart., M.P., 
afterwards lord Knutsford (a commissioner for the Colonial 
and Indian Exhibition of 1886, and member of the Finance 
Committee). 

1886, Feb. 18. Sir CHARLES TUPPER, high commissioner in London 
for the Dominion of Canada. 

1886, Feb. 18. Sir JOHN KIRK, agent and consul gen. at Zanzibar. 

1886, Feb 20. Et. Hon. Sir EGBERT BURNETT DAVID MORIER, 
ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary to the 
emperor of Eussia. 



G. C. M. G. 341 

1886, May 29. Maj. Gen. Sir EGBERT BIDDULPH, E.A., late Her 
Majesty's high commissioner and commander-in-chief of 
the Island of Cyprus. 

1886, May 29. Sir FRANCIS CLARE FORD, envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary at Madrid. 

1887, Jan. 29. Sir GEORGE CUMINE STRAHAN, governor of the 

Colony of Tasmania. 

1887, May 24. Gen. Sir JOHN LINTORN ARABIN SIMMONS, governor 
of the Island of Malta. 

1887, May 24. Gen. Sir HENRY WYLIE NORMAN, capt. gen. and 
governor-in-chief of the Island of Jamaica. 

1887, May 24. Sir HENRY BROUGHAM LOCH, governor of the Colony 
of Victoria, afterwards lord Loch. 

1887, May 24. Sir WILLIAM CLEAVER FRANCIS EOBINSON, governor 
of the Colony of South Australia. 

1887, June 21. Sir EDWARD WILLIAM STAFFORD, formerly for 
many years prime minister of New Zealand. 

1887, June 21. Sir THOMAS ELDER, knt., for many years a member 

of the Legislative Council of South Australia. 

1888, Jan. 10. Sir EONALD FERGUSON THOMSON, late envoy extra- 

ordinary and minister plenipotentiary at Teheran. 

1888, Jan. 28. Sir HENRY PARKES, premier and colonial secretary 
of the Colony of New South Wales. 

1888, Jan. 28. Sir HENRY TURNER IRVING, on retirement from the 
Government of British Guiana. 

1888, May 24. Sir DANIEL COOPER, bart. 

1888, June 2. Sir EVELYN BARING, C.I.E., Her Majesty's agent 
and consul gen. at Cairo, afterwards viscount Cromer. 

1888, June 2. CHARLES JOHNSON BROOKE, rajah of Sarawak. 

1888, Sept. 10. The Hon. Sir LIONEL SACKVILLE SACKVILLE-WEST, 
envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary at 
Washington (in recognition of services rendered at the 
recent Conference at Washington on the subject of the 
North American Fisheries), afterwards 2nd lord Sackville, 
of Knole. 



342 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1889, Jan. 2. Sir HUGH Low, late British resident at Perak, Malay 
Peninsula. 

1889, Feb. 4. The Et. Hon. WILLIAM HILLIER (ONSLOW), 4th earl 
of Onslow, on appointment to be governor and commander- 
in-chief of the Colony of New Zealand. 

1889, Feb. 4. The Et. Hon. ALGERNON HAWKINS THOMOND (KEITH- 
FALCONER), 9th earl of Kintore, on appointment to be 
governor and commander-in-chief of the Colony of South 
Australia. 

1889, May 24. (Honorary) EIAZ PASHA, prime minister of Egypt. 

1889, May 24. Sir THOMAS FRANCIS WADE, late envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary at Pekin. 

1889, May 24. Sir EGBERT HART, insp. gen. of Chinese Imperial 
Maritime Customs. 

1889, Sept. 11. The Et. Hon. JOHN ADRIAN Louis (HOPE), 7th earl 
of Hopetoun, on appointment to be governor and com- 
mander-in-chief of the Colony of Yictoria. 

1889, Nov. 1. (Honorary) His Highness KHALIFA BIN SAEED BIN 

SULTAN BIN IMAM, sultan of Zanzibar. Originally appointed 
by warrant dated 1888, June 13, but this warrant was sub- 
sequently cancelled and fresh warrants issued dated 1889, 
Nov. 1. The insignia were presented to him at Zanzibar 
1889, Dec. 16, by Col. Charles Bean Euan-Smith, agent and 
consul general at Zanzibar. 

1890, Jan. 1. The Et. Hon. SOMERSET EICHARD (LOWRY-CORRY), 

4th earl of Belmore, formerly governor and commander-in- 
chief of the Colony of New South Wales. 

1890, May 21. The Et. Hon. HENRY CRESPIGNY (VIVIAN), 3rd baron 
Vivian, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary 
to the king of the Belgians. 

1890, Aug. 14. The Et. Hon. VICTOR ALBERT GEORGE (CniLD- 

VILLIERS), 7th earl of Jersey, P.C., on appointment to be 
governor and commander-in-chief of the Colony of New 
South Wales. 

1891, Apr. 2. (Honorary) V. Adm. baron VON DER GOLTZ, of the 

Imperial German Navy. 

1891, July 23. (Honorary) His Highness prince ABBAS BEY, of 
Egypt. 



G. C. M. G. 343 

1892, Jan. 1. Sir CECIL CLEMENTI SMITH, governor and commander- 
in-chief of the Straits Settlements, and consul gen. and 
high commissioner for North Borneo and Sarawak. 

1892, Feb. 22. The Rt. Hon. DAVID (BOYLE), Tth earl of Glasgow, 
on appointment to be governor and commander-in-chief of 
the Colony of New Zealand. 

1892, May 25. Sir HORACE RUMBOLD, bart., envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary at the Hague. 

1892, May 25. Maj. Gen. Sir FRANCIS WALLACE GRENFELL, for 
services rendered in Egypt. 

1892, Aug. 6. The Hon. Sir EDMUND JOHN MONSON, envoy extra- 
ordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the king of the 
Belgians. 

1892, Aug. 6. Sir "FRANK CAVENDISH LASCELLES, envoy extra- 
ordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the shah of Persia. 

1892, Aug. 16. Sir JOHN FENDER, M.P., in recognition of his 

services in connection with the telegraphic communication 
of the Empire. 

1893, Mar. 24. Rt. Hon. ROBERT WILLIAM DUFF, on appointment 

to be governor and commander-in-chief of the Colony of 
New South Wales and its dependencies. 

1893, June 3. Sir GEORGE WILLIAM DES YOEUX, late governor of 
Hongkong. 

1893, July 4. Sir FRANCIS WALTER DE WINTON, comptroller and 
treasurer of the Household of H.R.H. the duke of York 
[notwithstanding that the number of Knights Grand Cross 
in the said class is complete]. 

1893, Dec. 7. Sir CHARLES RUSSELL, Q.C., M.P., attorney-general, 
in recognition of services rendered in connection with the 
recent Behring Sea Arbitration. 

1893, Dec. 7. Sir RICHARD EVERARD WEBSTER, knt., Q.C., M.P. 

(in recognition of services rendered in connexion with the 
Behring Sea Arbitration at Paris, 1893). 

1894, Mar. 3. Sir SPENSER BUCKINGHAM ST. JOHN, envoy extra- 

ordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the king of Sweden 
and Norway. 



344 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1894, Mar. 15. The Hon. Sir FRANCIS RICHARD PLUNKETT, envoy 
extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the king of 
the Belgians. 

1894, May 26. The Hon. Sir HENRY AYERS, five times premier of 

South Australia and subsequently for many years president 
of the Legislative Council of that Colony. 

1895, Jan. 1. Sir ARTHUR ELIBANK HAVELOCK, governor and corn- 

mander-in-chief of the Island of Ceylon. 

1895, Jan. 1. The Hon. Sir SAMUEL WALKER GRIFFITH, chief justice 
and formerly premier of the Colony of Queensland. 

1895, Mar. 14. Sir CHARLES RIVERS WILSON. 

1895, May 25. The Rt. Hon. JOHN CAMPBELL (HAMILTON-GORDON), 
fth earl of Aberdeen ; gov. gen. of the Dominion of Canada. 

1895, May 25. Lieut. Col. Sir CHARLES BULLEN HUGH MITCHELL, 

governor and commander-in-chief of the Straits Settlements 
and their Dependencies. 

1896, Feb. 27. Sir NICHOLAS RODERICK O'CONNOR, ambassador 

extraordinary and plenipotentiary to the emperor of Russia. 

1896, Apr. 23. (Honorary) Shahzada HABIBULLA KHAN, of Afghan- 
istan. 

1896, Apr. 23. (Honorary) Shahzada NASRULLA KHAN, of Afghan- 
istan. 

1896, May 20. Sir DONALD ALEXANDER SMITH, high commissioner 

in London for the Dominion of Canada, afterwards lord 
Strathcona. 

1897, Jan. 11. (Honorary) His Excellency Monsieur Luiz DE 

SOVERAL, minister for Foreign Affairs of His Majesty the 
king of Portugal and the Algarves, 

1897, June 4. (Honorary) Signor PAUL HONORE YIGLIANI, formerly 
president of the Court of Cassation of Florence, minister of 
State and senator of the Kingdom of Italy (in recognition of 
services rendered as arbitrator between Great Britain and 
Portugal on the Manica Boundary question). 

1897, June 22. The Rt. Hon. JENICO WILLIAM JOSEPH (PRESTON), 
14th viscount Gormanston, governor and commander-in- 
chief of the Colony of Tasmania, 



G. C. M- G. 345 

1897, June 22. The Hon. Sir WALTER FRANCIS HELY-HUTCHINSON, 
commander-in-chief of the Colony of Natal. 

1897, June 22. Sir ALFRED MILKER, governor and commander-in- 
chief of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope and high 
commissioner for South Africa, afterwards viscount Milner. 

1897, June 22. The Hon. WILFRID LATJRIER, president of the Privy 
Council and premier of the Dominion of Canada. 

1897, June 22. The Hon. Sir RICHARD JOHN CARTWRIGHT, minister 
of Trade and Commerce for the Dominion of Canada. 

1897, June 22. Sir WILLIAM ROBINSON, governor and commander- 
in-chief of the Colony of Hong Kong. 

1897, June 22. Sir HENRY ARTHUR BLAKE, capt. gen. and governor- 
in-chief of the Island of Jamaica. 

1897, June 22. TheHon. Sir OLIVER Mow AT, minister of justice for 
the Dominion of Canada. 

1897, June 22. Sir DONALD CURRIE, M.P., for services to British 
African Trade. 

1897, June 22. Sir THOMAS SUTHERLAND, M.P., director of the Suez 
Canal Company. 

1897, June 22. His Excellency ABOUL KASSEM KHAN, styled Nasr-ul- 
Mulk, envoy from the Shah of Persia to announce his said 
Majesty's accession. (Honorary.) 

1897, July 6. (Honorary) H.I.H. prince AMIR KHAN, Sirdar, special 
envoy from the Shah of Persia (on the occasion of the 
celebration of the sixtieth anniversary of the queen's 
accession to the Throne). 

1897, Aug. 12. (Honorary) His Excellency CHANG YEN HOON, late 
special ambassador from the emperor of China (on same 
occasion). 

1897, Oct. 25. (Honorary) H.M. MENELEK II., emperor of Ethiopia. 

1898, May 21. Gen. Sir ARTHUR JAMES LYON FREMANTLE, governor 

and commander-in-chief of the Island of Malta and its 
Dependencies. 

1898, May 21. (Honorary) His Excellency MOUSTAPHA FEHMY, 
Pasha, president of the Egyptian Council of Ministers. 



346 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1898, Oct. 31. The Et. Hon. GILBERT JOHN (ELLTOT-MURRAY- 

KYNYNMOUND). 4th earl of Minto, on appointment to be 
gov. gen. of the Dominion of Canada. 

1899, Jan. 2. The Et. Hon. HENRY EGBERT (BRAND), 2nd viscount 

Harnpden, governor and commander-in-chief of the Colony 
of New South Wales. 

1899, Jan. 2. Sir THOMAS FOWELL BUXTON, bart., governor and 
commander-in-chief of the Colony of South Australia. 

1899, Jan. 2. His Excellency the Et. Hon. Sir CHARLES STEWART 
SCOTT, ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary to the 
emperor of Eussia. 

1899, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. Sir HERBERT CHARLES CHERMSIDE, E.E., 
for distinguished services in Crete. 

1899, June 3. Sir WALTER JOSEPH SEND ALL, governor and com- 
inander-in-chief of the Colony of British Guiana. 

1899, June 3. Sir HUGH GUION MACDONELL, envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary to the king of Portugal. 

1899, June 3. Sir GODFREY LUSHINGTON, lately British delegate at 
the Anarchist Conference at Eome. 

1899, Dec. 2. Sir EGBERT THRESHIE EEID, Q.C., M.P., for his 

services in connection with the Venezuela Boundary 
Arbitration Commission. 

1900, Jan. 1. The Et. Hon. Sir JOSEPH WEST EIDGEWAY, governor 

and commander-in-chief of the Island of Ceylon and its 
Dependencies. 

1900, Jan. 1. Sir JOHN BRAMSTON, D.C.L., late assistant under 
secretary of State for the Colonies. 

1900, May 23. The Eight. Hon. CHARLES WALLACE ALEXANDER 
NAPIER Eoss (COCHRANE-BAILLIE), 2nd lord Lamington, 
governor and commander-in-chief of the Colony of Queens- 
land and its Dependencies. 

1900, May 23. Sir AUGUSTUS WILLIAM LAWSON HEMMING, capt. 
gen. and governor-in-chief of the Island of Jamaica and its 
Dependencies. 




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1900, May 23. Maj. Sir CLAUDE MAXWELL MACDONALD, envoy 
extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to His Majesty 
the emperor of China (for his services in China). 

1900, May 23. Sir HENRY MORTIMER DURAND, envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary to the Shah of Persia (for his 
services in Persia). 

1900, June 28. H.H. prince MOHAMED ALI, of Egypt (Honorary). 

1901, Jan. 1. The Kt. Hon. Sir JOHN FORREST, LL.D., premier and 

colonial treasurer of Western Australia (in recognition of 
services rendered in connection with the Federation of the 
Australian Colonies and the establishment of the Common- 
wealth of Australia). 

1901, Mar. 9. (Extra) H.E.H. the duke of Cornwall and York. 

1901, Mar. 20. (Honorary) His Highness IDRIS BIN ALMARHOM 
BANDHARA ISKANDER SAH, sultan of Perak in the Federated 
Malay States (on the occasion of the visit of the duke and 
duchess of York to Ceylon and the Straits Settlements). 

1901, Apr. 19.* Gen. the Et. Hon. Sir EEDVERS HENRY BTJLLER, 
Y.C. In recognition of services rendered in connection 
with the war in South Africa. 

1901, Apr. 19. Lieut. Gen. (local general) HORATIO HERBERT 
(KITCHENER), lord Kitchener of Khartoum, Royal Engineers, 
commander-in-chief of the Forces in South Africa (same 
occasion). 

1901, Apr. 19. Lieut. Gen. Sir FREDERICK WILLIAM EDWARD 
FORESTIER FORESTIER- WALKER (same occasion). 

1901, Apr. 19. Gen. Sir GEORGE STEWART WHITE, Y.C. (same 
occasion). 

1901, May 6. Sir FREDERICK MATTHEW DARLEY, lieut. gov. of the 
State of New South Wales and chief justice of the Supreme 
Court of that State (on the occasion of the visit of the duke 
and duchess of York to Australia). 

*The "Gazette" notice of the promotions for the South African War stated that such promotions were 
to rank as from date 1900. Nov. 29. In all the promotions within the Order of the Bath this has been 
accordingly followed. (See supra pp. 198, 267, 293.) But such stipulation, which originated merely at the 
War Office, and was intended only to have bearing on the course of army promotions, did not and could 
not apply to the Order of St. Michael and St. George. Accordingly in this present list these promotions 
are arranged according to their strict and proper dates viz. : the dates of the warrants of appointment. 



348 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1901, May 23. The Rt. Hon. UCHTER JOHN MARK (Kxox), 5th earl 
of Ranfurley, governor and commander-in-chief of the 
Colony of New Zealand (on the occasion of the visit of the 
duke and duchess of York to New Zealand). 

1901, June 27. (Honorary) His Excellency MEHEDI BEN EL ARBI EL 
MENEBHI, special ambassador of His Imperial Majesty the 
Sultan of Morocco. 

1901, June 28. Sir CHARLES BRUCE, governor and commander-in- 
chief of the Colony of Mauritius and its Dependencies. 

1901, Nov. 9. Sir GUISEPPE CARBONE, LL.D., chief justice, presi- 
dent of the Court of Appeal, and vice-president of the 
Council of Government of the Island of Malta. 

1901, Nov. 9. Sir HENRY HAMILTON JOHNSTON, lately His Majesty's 

special commissioner, commander-in-chief and consul gen. 
for the Uganda Protectorate and the adjoining Territories. 

1902, June 2. (Honorary) V. Adm. FELIX ROBERT EDUARD EMIL 

BENDEMANN, officer of the Imperial German Navy. 

1902, June 26. The Rt. Hon. Sir JOHN GORDON SPRIGG, prime 
minister of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope. 

1902, June 26. The Rt. Hon. EDMUND BARTON, K.C., prime 
minister of the Commonwealth of Australia. 

1902, June 26. Sir EDWIN HENRY EGERTON, His Majesty's minister 
at Athens. 

1902, June 26. Sir ERNEST MASON SATOW, His Majesty's minister 
at Pekin. 

1902, Nov. 9. [King's birthday] Sir JAMES LYLE MACKAY, late His 
Majesty's special commissioner and plenipotentiary for 
commercial negotiations with China. 

1902, Nov. 9. (Honorary) His Excellency count MATSUKATA, 
formerly prime minister of Japan. 

1902, Dec. 6. Sir WILLIAM EDMUND GARSTIN, under secretary of 
State for Public Works in Egypt. 

1902, Dec. 6. The Rt. Hon. EDWARD (MACNAGHTEN), lord 
Macnaghten, P.C. 



G. C M. G. 349 

1903, Feb. 9. (Honorary) H.R.H. the MOAYYED-ED-DOWLEH, of 
Persia. 

1903, Feb. 9. His Excellency MIRZA MOHAMED KHAN, Vazir-i- 
Darbar to His Majesty the Shah of Persia. 

1903, Mar. 5. His Excellency the Rt. Hon. Sir MICHAEL HENRY 
HERBERT, ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary to 
the United States of America. 

1903, June 26. His Excellency the Rt. Hon. HALLAM (TENNYSON), 

2nd lord Tennyson, gov. gen. and commander-in-chief of the 
Commonwealth of Australia. 

1904, May 3. (Ordinary) His Excellency HENRY STAFFORD (NoRTH- 

COTE) 1st lord Northcote, gov. gen. and commander-in-chief 
of the Commonwealth of Australia. 

1904, Jane 24. Col. Sir HENRY EDWARD MCCALLUM, R.E., A.D.C., 
governor and 'Commander-in-chief of the Colony of Natal. 

1904, June 24. Sir ROBERT BANNATYNE FINLAY, K.C., M.P., His 

Majesty's attorney general, for services before the tribunal 
at the Hague on the question of priority in the payment of 
sums due by Venezuela to foreign countries. 

1904, Oct. 7. ALBERT HENRY GEORGE (GREY), 4th earl Grey; on his 
appointment as gov. gen. of the Dominion of Canada. 

1904, Nov. 9. Sir MONTAGU FREDERICK OMMANEY, permanent under- 
secretary of State for the Colonies and secretary to the Order 
of St. Michael and St. George. 

1904, Nov. 9. His Excellency the Rt. Hon. Sir FRANCIS LEVESON 
BERTIE, ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary to 
Italy. 



350 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 



*KNIGHT COMMANDERS of the Order of St. Michael and 
St. George (K.C.M.G.). 



1818, Nov. 18. VITTOR CARIDI, of Cephalonia. Invested at Corfu. 

1818, Nov. 18. ANTONIO, count Theotoky, of Corfu. Invested at 
Corfu. 

1818, Nov. 18. DIONIZIO BULZO, of Zante. Invested at Corfu. 

1818, Nov. 18. Col. FREDERICK HANKEY, secretary to the High 
Commissioner of the Ionian Islands, etc. Invested at Corfu. 

1818, Dec. 16. GUISEPPE NICOLO ZAMMIT, one of the judges and 
sometime vice-president of the Court of Appeal at Malta. 

1818, Dec. 16. RICHARD FLASKET, chief secretary to the Government 

of Malta. Invested at Malta. 

1819, Nov. 9. Lieut. Col. Sir PATRICK Ross, resident for the High 

Commissioner at Zante. Invested at Corfu. 

1820, Feb. 26. Capt. the Hon. ANTHONY MAITLAND, afterwards 10th 

earl of Lauderdale, sometime commodore in command in 
the Mediterranean. Investiture dispensed with by warrant 
of that date. 

1820, Feb. 26. Count NICOLO ANINO [ANASTASIO, of Cephalonia], 
sometime a senator of the Ionian Islands. Invested at 
Corfu. 

1820, Feb. 26. GIOVANNI CAPPADOCA, of Corfu, a member of the 
Supreme Council of Justice of the Ionian Islands. Invested 
at Corfu. 

1820, Feb. 26. MARINO YEJA, of Cephalonia, president of the 
Legislative Assembly of the Ionian Islands. Invested at 
Corfu. 

1820, Feb. 26. Col. Sir FREDERICK STOVIN, military commander 
and resident for the High Commissioner at Santa Maura. 
Invested at Corfu. 

* For a list of the Cavalieri of the 3rd class who between the years 1818 and 1832 were entitled to be 
styled Sir, see introduction, p. xxviii. 



K. C. M. G. 351 

1820, Feb. 26. ALEXANDER WOOD, resident agent for the Ionian 
Islands in London and sometime chief secretary at Malta. 
Investiture dispensed with by warrant of that date. 
Knighted by the Sovereign 1821, Feb. 23. 

1820, July 19. BASILIO ZAVO, a senator of the Ionian Islands. 

1821, Mar. 14. DEMETRIO, count Foscardi, of Zante, sometime 

president of the Ionian Senate. Invested at Corfu. 

1821, Mar. 14. GIACOMO CALICHIOPULO MANZARO, of Corfu, presi- 

dent of the Primary Council and advocate general of the 
Ionian Islands. Invested at Corfu. 

1822, Jan. 31. Count PAOLO PARISIO, one of the lords lieutenant of 

Malta. Investiture dispensed with by warrant of that date. 

1823, Feb. 20. Lieut. Col. ROBERT TRAVERS, inspecting field officer 

of militia in the Ionian Islands and resident for the lord 
High Commissioner at Cephalonia. Investiture dispensed 
with by warrant of that date. 

1823, Mar. 1. FRANCESCO Muzz AN, of Zante. Investiture dispensed 
with by warrant of that date. 

1825, June 30. PIETRO COIDAN, of Cephalonia, member of the 
Supreme Council of Justice of the Ionian Islands. Invested 
at Corfu Oct. 11. 

1825, June 30. ANGIOLO CONDARI, a senator of the Ionian Islands. 
Invested ut supra. 

1832, June 22. JOSEPH RUDSDELL, sometime secretary to the High 
Commissioner in the Ionian Islands and secretary of the 
Primary Council there. Investiture dispensed with by 
warrant of date Aug. 16. 

1832, Aug. 16. Sir NICHOLAS HARRIS NICOLAS, appointed chancellor 

and a knight commander with the rank of senior knight 
commander by the statutes of 1832, Aug. 16. Investiture 
dispensed with by warrant of same date. 

1833, Feb. 9. YINCENZO CASOLANI, of Malta. Invested at Malta 

May. 28. 

1833, Feb. 9. Guiseppe marquis TESTAFERRATA, one of the lords 
lieutenants of Malta. Invested ut supra. 

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352 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1833, Feb. 9. SPIRIDION YITTOR, count Bulgari, sometime regent of 
Corfu. Invested at Corfu Apr. 23. 

1833, Feb. 9. PIETRO PETRIZZOPULO, regent of Santa Maura. 
Invested ut supra. 

1833, June 26. EDWARD STUART BAYNES, secretary to the Ionian 
Senate. Invested at Corfu Nov. 30. 

1833, July 17. Count VINCENZO MANDUCA, of Malta. Invested at 
Malta Aug. 21. 

1835, June 11. CLAUDIO YINCENZO BONNICI, a member of tne 

Supreme Council of Justice at Malta. 

1836, Apr. 2. IGNATIUS GAVIN BONAVITA, president of tne Court of 

Appeal at Malta. Invested Apr. 28. 

1839, Jan. 26. HECTOR GREIG, chief secretary at Malta. Invested 
at Malta Dec. 27. 

1839, Aug. 30. STAMO GANGADI, sometime senator for Corfu and 
now Archon of the Ionian University. Invested at Corfu 
Nov. 18. 

1839, Aug. 30. AGOSTINO RANDON, one of the judges at Malta. 
Invested at Malta Dec. 27. 

1839, Nov. 11. Maj. Gen. FRANCIS, count Bivarola, col. of the 

Royal Malta Fencible Regiment. Investiture dispensed 
with by warrant dated Nov. 30. 

1840, July 7. Demetrio count DELLA DECIMA, member of the 

Supreme Council of Justices of the Ionian Islands. In- 
vested at Corfu Sept. 9. 

1840, Sept. 14. ALTAVILLA YILLETTA CALICHIOPULO, president of 
the Legislative Assembly of the Ionian Islands. Investi- 
ture dispensed with by warrant of Sept. 24. 

1842, Jan. 21. ANGIOLO CALICHIOPULO, of Corfu, a senator of the 
Ionian Islands. 

1842, Mar. 18. Guiseppe Maria baron DE PIRO. 
1844, May 27. Demetrio YALSAMACHI. 
1844, May 27. PLATO PETRIDES. 



K. C M. G. 353 

1844, May 27. Count DIONISIO ELAMBURIARI. 
1844, Dec. 16. GEORGIO CAZZAITI. 

1849, Sept. 26. Count ANTONIO LEFCOCHILO DUSMANI, for services 
to the Ionian Government from 1829, chiefly as secretary to 
the Senate from 1843, Nov. 3. 

1849, Sept. 26. ANASTASIO TIPALDO XIDIAN. 

1849, Sept, 26. ALESANDRO DAMASCHINO. 

1850, Jan. 3. AGOSTINO PORTELLI. 

1853, June 27. Dr. GEORGIO MARCORAN, for services as judge of the 
Supreme Court of the Ionian Islands up to the cession of 
those Islands to the Kingdom of Greece in 1864. 

1853, June 27. JOHN ERASER, secretary to the High Commissioner 
for the Ionian Islands. 

1855, Mar. 31. SPIRIDIONE VALSAMACHI. 

1855, May 16. PIETRO ARMENI BRAILA, LL.D., president of the 

Legislative Assembly, Ionian Islands. 

1856, Jan. 28. WILLIAM HENRY THORNTON, auditor gen. at Malta 

and officer of arms of the Order of St. Michael and St. 
George there. 

1856, Jan. 28. Dr. PAOLO DINGLI, president of the Court of Appeal 
at Malta. 

1856, Apr. 9. GEORGE FERGUSON BOWEN, chief secretary to the 

Ionian Government. 

1857, July 9. Dr. DEMETRIO CURCUMELLI, LL.D., for services as 

procurator general to the Ionian Government from 1833. 

1857, July 9. ANDREA MUSTOXIDI. 

1859, Mar. 30. JAMES PHILIP LACAITA, appointed whilst acting as 
secretary to Mr. Gladstone's Mission of Enquiry into the 
affairs of the Ionian Government. 

1859, Apr. 4. Sir CHARLES EURWICKE DOUGLAS, knight. 

1860, Apr. 16. ANTONIO MICALLEF, LL.D., for services as judge 

from Jan., 1854, and president of the Court of Appeal at 
Malta July, 1895. 



354 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1860, Apr. 16. ADRIANO DINGLI, LL.D., Crown advocate for Malta, 
for long services as Crown law officer in Malta. 

1860, Apr. 16. EDWARD YICTOR Louis HOULTON, for services as 
chief secretary to the Government of Malta. 

1860, Apr. 16. PETER SMITH [late chief clerk at the Colonial Office 
and secretary to the Order of St. Michael and St. George]. 

1862, July 14. SPIRIDIONE VALAORITI, for services as senator of the 
Ionian Islands. 

1862, Oct. 8. HENRY DRUMMOND WOLFF, on his appointment as 
commissioner from the Ionian Islands to the Industrial 
Exhibition, 1832, and for services as public secretary to the 
lord High Commissioner from 1859. 

1864, May 21. CHARLES SEBRIGHT, Esq. (baron d'Everton) for 
services as resident of the Island of Santa Maura until the 
cession of the Ionian Islands to the Kingdom of Greece in 
1864. 

1864, Oct. 13. Maj. WILFRED BRETT, for services at Malta as officer 
of arms and on resignation, of that office. 

1868, Apr. 24. Baron PASQUALE SCEBERRAS TRIGONA. 
1868, Apr. 24. Count NICOLA SCEBARRAS BOLOGNA. 

1868, Apr. 24. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM JOHN RIDLEY, senior member of 

the Council of Government of Malta. 

1869, Feb. 13. Maj. Gen. CHARLES HASTINGS DOYLE, lieut. gov. of 

the Province of Nova Scotia, in the Dominion of Canada. 

1869, Feb. 13. FRANCIS HINCKS, late governor and commander-in- 
chief of the Colony of British Guiana, on his retirement 
from that Government. 

1869, Feb. 13. JAMES WALKER, governor and commander-in-chief 
of the Bahama Islands. For services as governor for several 
years, and on appointment to the Government of Bahamas. 

1869, Feb. 13. Col. THOMAS GORE BROWNE, late capt. gen. and 
governor-in-chief of the Island of Tasmania on his retire- 
ment from that office. 

1869, June 23. PAUL EDMUND DE STRZELECKI. 

1869, June 23. The Rt. Hon. GEORGE WILLIAM (LYTTLETON), 6th 
baron Lyttleton, sometime under secretary of State for War 
and Colonies. 



K. C. M. G. 355 

1869, June 23. The Rt. Hon. FREDERICK PEEL, sometime under 
secretary of State for War and Colonies. 

1869, June 23. The Rt. Hon. CHARLES BOWYER ADDERLEY, after- 
wards 1st lord Norton, late under secretary of State for the 
Colonies. 

1869, June 23. Sir FREDERIC EOGERS, afterwards 1st lord Blach- 
ford, for services as permanent under secretary of State 
for the Colonies, 1860 to 1871. 

1869, June 23. Sir HERCULES GEORGE EGBERT ROBINSON, knt., 
governor and commander-in-chief of the Island of Ceylon. 

1869, June 23. ALEXANDER TILLOCK GALT, late minister for finance 
in the Dominion of Canada. 

1869, June 23. HENRY TAYLOR. For long official services in con- 
nection with the Colonies, senior clerk in the Colonial Office 
1825 to 1872. 

1869, June 23. THOMAS FREDERICK ELLIOT, late assistant under 

secretary of State for the Colonies. 

1870,* Jan. 13. JOHN ROSE, late finance minister for the Dominion 
of Canada. 

1870, Jan. 13. THOMAS WILLIAM CLINTON MURDOCH, one of Her 

Majesty's commissioners for Colonial Land and Emigration. 

1870, Aug. 16. Rt. Hon. WILLIAM COUTTS (KEPPEL), styled viscount 
Bury, afterwards 19th earl of Albemarle, formerly civil 
secretary and superintendent of Indian Affairs in the 
Province of Canada. 

1870, Dec. 16. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. JAMES LINDSAY, for special 
military services, as commander of the Troops in Canada. 

1870, Dec. 16. Col. GARNET JOSEPH WOLSELEY, afterwards viscount 

Wolseley, for special military services in Canada. 

1871, Feb. 18. The Hon. ARTHUR HAMILTON GORDON, governor of 

the Island of Mauritius. 

Mem. : In the Gazette of 1870, Aug. 5. Charlotte Christiana, the widow of Captain Charles Sturt, late 
of the 39th Regiment, and formerly Colonial Secretary of South Australia, was allowed the same rank and 
precedence as if her husband had lived to enjoy the distinction of a Knight Commander of the order, to 
which he was nominated a short time previous to his death in 1869. Captain Sturt was an eminent 
explorer of the Australian Continent, and had been Colonial Secretary for the Colony of South Australia. 



356 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1871, Feb. 18. Sir BICHARD GRAVES MACDONNELL, knt., governor 
of the Colony of Hong Kong. 

1871, Sept. 18. Sir ARTHUR EDWARD KENNEDY, knt., governor of 
Her Majesty's West African Settlements. 

1871, Sept. 18. Sir BENJAMIN CHILLEY CAMPBELL PINE, knt., 

governor of the Leeward Islands. 

1872, Feb. 20. CHARLES COWPER, late first minister of the Govern- 

ment of New South Wales and now agent general in 
England for that Colony. 

1872, Feb. 20. GEORGE FREDERIC YERDON, late treasurer of the 
Colony of Victoria and now agent general in England for 
that Colony. 

1872, Mar. 22. SOMERSET EICHARD (LOWRY-CORRY), 4th earl of 
Belmore, late governor and commander-in-chief of the 
Colony of New South Wales, on his retirement from that 
Government. 

1872, Aug. 1. KOBERT EICHARD TORRENS, M.P., formerly a 
member of the Assembly and chief secretaiy and treasurer 
for the Colony of South Australia, for his long official 
service in South Australia, especially in connection with 
the passage of the measure for the Transfer of Land under 
Registration. 

1872, Nov. 22. HENRY AYERS, first minister of the Government of 

the Colony of South Australia, on completion of telegraphic 
communication with England, of which he was an active 
supporter. 

1873, Mar. 21. Col. ANDREW CLARKE, R.E., formerly surveyor 

general and a member of the Executive Government and 
Executive Council of the Colony of Victoria. 

1874, Feb. 20. The most Hon. GEORGE AUGUSTUS CONSTANTINE 

(PHIPPS), marquis of Normanby, governor and commander- 
in-chief of the Colony of Queensland. 

1874, Feb. 20. Sir ALFRED STEPHEN, knt., late chief justice of the 
Colony of New South Wales. 

1874, Feb. 20. Sir JAMES McCuLLOCH, knt., formerly first minister 
of the Colony of Victoria. 



K. C. M. G. 357 

1874, Feb. 20. JOHN O'SIIANASSY, formerly first minister of the 
Colony of Victoria. 

1874, Feb. 20. JOHN SCOTT, late governor and Commander-in-chief 
of the Colony of British Guiana. 

1874, Apr. 23. Col. FRANCIS WORGAN FESTING, R.M.A., lately in 
command of H.M. Troops within H.M. Settlements on the 
Gold Coast, during the recent Ashantee War, 1873-4. 

1874, May 28. Col. STEPHEN JOHN HILL, governor of the Colony of 
Newfoundland. 

1874, May 28. Col. WM. FRANCIS DRUMMOND JERVOIS, B-.E. deputy 
director of "Works for Fortifications, War Department, for 
his work in making Colonial surveys, and his advice on 
questions of Colonial fortification, also for his scheme of 
military defence for the Dominion of Canada. 

1874, May 28. PENROSE GOODCHILD JTJLYAN, Crown agent for the 
Colonies, for special services chiefly in connection with 
Canada. 

1874, July 15. HENRY ERNEST GASCOIGNE BULWER, governor and 
commander-in-chief of the Island of Labuan and its 
Dependencies. 

1874, July 15. DONALD MACLEAN, minister for Native Affairs in 
the Colony of New Zealand. 

1874, Sept. 24. The Et. Hon. Sir JAMES FERGUSON, bart., lately 
governor of the Colony of New Zealand and its Depen- 
dencies. 

1874, Sept. 24. EDWARD DBAS THOMSON, member of the Legislative 
Council of the Colony of New South Wales, and formerly, 
for many years, colonial secretary for that Colony. 

1874, Sept. 24. JOHN SEALY, member of the Legislative Council of 

the Island of Barbadoes, and lately attorney general for 
that Island. 

1875, Feb. 27. CHARLES Du CANE, late governor of the Colony of 

Tasmania. 

1875, Feb. 27. GEORGE MACLEAY, formerly a member of the Legisla- 
tive of the Colony of New South Wales. 



358 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1875, May 29. FRANCIS FORTESCUE TURVILLE. 

1875, May 29. The Hon. GEORGE WILLIAM HAMILTON (Frrz- 
MAURICE), styled viscount Kirkwall, afterwards earl of 
Orkney. 

1875, May 29. CHARLES SLADEN [formerly chief secretary to the 
Government of Victoria]. 

1875, May 29. JULIUS YOGEL, colonial treasurer and first minister 
of New Zealand 1873 to 1876. 

1875, Aug. 17. Rt. Hon. WILLIAM HENRY GREGORY, governor and 
commander-in-chief of the Island of Ceylon and its 
Dependencies. 

1875, Aug. 18. ANTHONY MUSGRAVE, governor of the colony of 
South Australia. 

1875, Aug. 18. RAWSON WILLIAM RAWSON, lately governor of the 

Windward Islands. 

1876, Mar. 7. JAMES ROBERT LONGDEN, governor of the colony of 

British Guiana. 

1876, Mar. 7. PETER LAYARD, Government agent for the Western 
Province of the Island of Ceylon. 

1876, Aug. 11. THEOPHILUS SHEPSTONE, member of the executive 

and legislative councils and secretary for Native Affairs for 
the Colony of Natal, special commissioner to the Transvaal 
1876. 

1877, Apr. 14. Sir HENRY THURSTAN HOLLAND, bart., afterwards 

viscount Knutsford, late assistant under secretary of State 
for the Colonies. 

1877, Apr. 14. WILLIAM WELLINGTON CAIRNS, governor of the 
Colony of South Australia. 

1877, Apr. 14. Lieut. Col. HENRY FITZHARDING BERKELEY MAXSE, 
governor of the Island of Heligoland. 

1877, Apr. 14. WILLIAM FITZHERBERT, formerly colonial treasurer 
and member of the Executive Government and Executive 
Council of New Zealand and special agent for that Colony. 

1877, May 31. Maj. Gen. Sir HARRY SAINT GEORGE ORD, R.E., knt., 
lately governor of the Straits Settlements. 



K. C. M. G. 359 

1877, May 31. Sir REDMOND BARRY, knt., senior puisne judge of 
the Supreme Court of the Colony of Yictoria. 

1877, May 31. Sir HENRY WATSON PARKER, knt., formerly first 
minister of the Colony of New South Wales. 

1877, May 31. JOHN BAYLEY DARVALL, formerly attorney general 
of the Colony of New South Wales. 

1877, May 31. STEPHEN WALCOTT, Her Majesty's commissioner for 
emigration. 

1877, May 31. WILLIAM CLEAVER FRANCIS ROBINSON, governor of 
the Colony of Western Australia. 

1877, May 31. Maj. ROBERT MILLER MUNDY, lately lieut. gov. of 
the Colony of British Honduras. 

1877, May 31. Maj. Gen. PATRICK LEONARD M'DOUGALL, deputy 
quartermaster gen., formerly adjutant gen. of the Militia of 
the Dominion of Canada. 

1877, May 31. Maj. Gen. JOHN HENRY LEFROY, R.A., lately 
governor of the Bermuda Islands. 

1877, May 31. Maj. Gen. EDWARD SELBY SMYTH, commanding the 
Militia of the Dominion of Canada. 

1877, May 31. Brig. Gen. ROBERT MICHAEL LAFFAN, R.E., governor 
of the Bermuda Islands. 

1877, May 31. JOHN ROBERTSON, lately first minister of the Colony 
of New South Wales. 

1877, May 31. HENRY PARKES, first minister of the Colony of New 
South Wales. 

1877, May 31. ARTHUR BLYTH, lately first minister of the Colony 
of South Australia. 

1877, Dec. 1. Sir CHARLES GAVAN DUFFY, knt., speaker of the 
Legislative Assembly of the Colony of Yictoria. 

1877, Dec. 1. Gen. JOHN JARVIS BISSET, administered the govern- 
ment of Natal from 1865 to 1867. 

1877, Dec. 1. RICHARD WOOD, for services in connection with the 
Maltese immigrants introduced into Tunis, and to Colonists, 
in his capacity as Her Majesty's agent and consul general in 
the Regency of Tunis since 1855. 



36o ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1878, May 25. Sir JAMES MILNE WATSON, knt., lately premier of 
the Colony of Tasmania, and now president of the Legisla- 
tive Council of that Colony. 

1878, May 25. HENRY TURNER IRVING, governor of the Island of 
Trinidad. 

1878, May 25. SANFORD FREELING, governor of the Gold Coast 
Colony. 

1878, May 25. ALBERT SMITH, minister of the marine for the 
Dominion of Canada and lately employed in connection 
with the Halifax Fisheries Commission. 

1878, May 25. JOHN HAY, president of the Legislative Council of 
the Colony of New South Wales. 

1878, May 25. ARCHIBALD MICHIE, Q.C., formerly attorney general 
and minister of justice in the Colony of Yictoria, and now 
agent general in England for that Colony. 

1878, May 25. FREDERICK BOWKER TERRINGTON CARTER, Q.C., late 
premier and attorney general of the Island of Newfoundland. 

1878, Oct. 20. FRANCIS PHILIP CTTNLIFFE OWEN, secretary to the 

British Commissioners at the Paris Exhibition of 1878, 
for services rendered to the Colonies in connection with the 
representation of British Colonial Products. 

1879, Jan. 20. (Honorary) H.H. the Somdetch CHAO PHYA 

SURAWONGSE, formerly regent of the kingdom of Siam, for 
services to the Government of the Straits Settlements, 
especially during the late disturbances in the Malay 
Peninsula in 1875-76. 

1879, Apr. 5. (Honorary) H.H. the Eaja AHMED TAJ UDIN BIN 
SULTAN ZAIN ALRASHID KEDAH [the Eaja of Kedah], for 
similar services to the Government of the Straits Settle- 

1879, May 24. (Honorary) His Excellency EECHAD PACHA, late 
governor of Gallipoli, for services to the Foreign Office as 
late governor of the town of Gallipoli. 

1879, May 24. Sir NARCISSE FORTUNAT BELLEAU, knt., formerly 
lieut. gov. of Quebec. 

1879, May 24. WILLIAM TAYLOR THOMSON, late envoy extra- 
ordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the Shah of Persia. 



K. C. M. G. 361 

1879, May 24. WILLIAM PEARCE HOWLAND, formerly lieut. gov. of 
the Province of Ontario. 

1879, May 24. CHARLES TUPPER, minister of Public Works for the 
Dominion of Canada. 

1879, May 24. SAMUEL LEONARD TILLEY, minister of Finance for 
the Dominion of Canada. 

1879, May 24. GEORGE BUCKLEY MATTHEW, late envoy extra- 
ordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the emperor of 
Brazil. 

1879, May 24. GEORGE WELSH KELLNER, late financial com- 
missioner in Cyprus. 

1879, May 24. Maj. Gen. EDWARD WOLSTENHOLME WARD, late 
deputy master of the Branch Mint at Sydney. 

1879, May 24. Dr. FERDINAND VON MUELLER, Ph.D., M.D., Govern- 
ment botanist for the Colony of Yictoria. 

1879, May 24. GEORGE BROWN, member of the Senate of the 
Dominion of Canada. 

1879, May 24. ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, receiver general of the 
Dominion of Canada. 

1879, May 24. RICHARD JOHN CARTWRIGHT, lately finance minister 
for the Dominion of Canada. 

1879, May 24. EDWARD WILLIAM STAFFORD, formerly prime 
minister of New Zealand. 

1879, May 24. WILLIAM Fox, formerly prime minister of Queens- 
land. 

1879, July 30. (Honorary) His Excellency EIAZ PASHA, for services 
to the Foreign Office as late Egyptian minister of the 
Interior. 

1879, Sept. 10. Sir DANIEL BROOKE ROBERTSON, knt., late consul 
general at Shanghai. 

1879, Oct. 9. JOHN LUKE GEORGE (HELY-HUTCHINSON), 5th earl of 
Donoughmore, Her Majesty's assistant commissioner for the 
organisation of Eastern Roumelia under the 18th Article of 
the Treaty of Berlin. 



362 ST, MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1879, Dec. 9. Maj. Gen. the Hon. HENRY HUGH CLIFFORD, Y.C., 
for special services in the Zulu War, 1879. 

1879, Dec. 9. Col. CHARLES KNIGHT PEARSON, for distinguished 
service in the Zulu War, 1879. 

1879, Dec. 22. Sir JULIAN PAUNCEFOTE, knt., assistant under secre- 
tary of State for Foreign Affairs. 

1879, Dec. 22. Maj. Gen. EDWARD BRUCE HAMLEY, R.A., late Her 
Majesty's commissioner for the delimitation of Bulgaria, 
under the Treaty of Berlin. 

1879, Dec. 22. CHARLES EIVERS WILSON, secretary and comptroller 

general of the National Debt Office, for special services in 
Egypt. 

1880, Apr. 17. Col. WILLIAM OWEN LANYON, administrator of the 

Government of the Transvaal (for services rendered in 
South Africa. 

1880, Apr. 17. Col. BAKER CREED RUSSELL, 13th Hussars, lately in 
command of the Troops employed against Sikukuni in South 
Africa (for services in South Africa). 

1880, Apr. 22. JOHN POPE HENNESSY, governor of Hong Kong. 

1880, Apr. 22. Surgeon maj. SAMUEL HOWE, governor of West 
Africa Settlements. 

1880, Apr. 27. THOMAS GEORGE KNOX, late Her Majesty's agent 
and consul general in Siam. 

1880, Apr. 27. Maj. Gen. ROBERT BIDDULPH, R.A., Her Majesty's 
high commissioner and commander-in-chief in and over the 
Island of Cyprus. 

1880, May 29. Maj. GEORGE CUMINE STRAHAN, governor of the 
Colony of Tasmania. 

1880, May 29. FREDERICK ALOYSIUS WELD, governor of the Straits 
Settlements. 

1880, May 29. WILLIAM VALLANCE WHITEWAY, attorney general 
and premier of the Island of Newfoundland. 

1880, July 2. (Honorary) His Excellency CHAO PHYA BHANU- 
WONGSE MAHA KOSA TIPODI TI PHRAKLANG, ambassador 
extraordinary and plenipotentiary of the king of Siam. 



K. C. M, G. 363 

1880, Aug. 12. Col. JOHN CARSTAIRS MCNEILL, Y.C., for special 
services in Canada. 

1880, Oct. 22. Sir DANIEL COOPER, bart., for services rendered to 
the Colony of New South Wales more particularly in con- 
nexion with the International Exhibition held at Sydney 
in 1*79-80. 

1880, Oct. 22. PATRICK JENNINGS, executive commissioner at the 
International Exhibition held at Sydney in 1879-80. 

1880, Oct. 22. YIRGILE NAZ, member of the Council of the Govern- 

ment of Mauritius, for services in connection with that 
Colony. 

1881, Mar. 16. SPENSER BUCKINGHAM ST. JOHN, Her Majesty's 

minister resident to the Republic of Peru. 

1881, May 24. Maj. Gen. GEORGE RICHARDS GREAVES adjutant 
gen. in India, late chief secretary and chief of the staff in 
Cyprus. 

1881, May 24. GEORGE BERKELEY, governor and commander-in- 
chief of the Leeward Islands. 

1881, May 24. P!ECTOR Louis LANGEVIN, Q.C., minister of Public 
Works in the Dominion of Canada. 

1881, May 24. ARTHUR HUNTER PALMER, colonial secretary and 
late premier of Queensland. 

1881, May 24. Sir FRANCIS DILLON BELL, knt., agent general in 
England for New Zealand and late speaker of the House of 
Representatives in that Colony. 

1881, May 24. JOHN SUMMERFIELD HAWKINS lieut. gen., R.E., 
formerly employed on the North American Boundary 
Commission. 

1881, May 24. CHARLES WILLIAM WILSON, lieut. col., R.E., Her 
Majesty's consul general in Anatolia. 

1881, Aug. 5. DONALD CURRIE, for special services in connexion 
with the Cape, Natal and South Africa. 

1881, Aug. 5. PATRICK JOSEPH KEENAN, resident commissioner of 
national education in Ireland, for services in connexion 
with education in Trinidad and Malta. 



364 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1881, Nov. 30. JOHN KIRK, M.D., agent and consul general at 
Zanzibar. 

1881, Nov. 30. AUCKLAND COLVIN, controller general in Egypt. 

1881, Nov. 30. JOSHUA PETER BELL, president of the Legislative 

Council of Queensland. 

1882, Feb. 13. Gen. EDWARD STANTON, charge d'affaires at Munich. 

1882, Feb. 20. Sir JOHN HENRY DE VILLIERS, knt., chief justice of 
the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope and lately one of the 
commissioners for the Settlement of the Transvaal Territory. 

1882, Mar. 3. V. Adm. RICHARD JAMES (MEADE), 4th earl of Clan- 
william (in command of the Detached Squadron, 1880 82). 

1882, May 6. FRANCIS SAVAGE REILLY, Q.C., in recognition of 
legal services rendered to the Foreign and Colonial Depart- 
ments. 

1882, May 6. ROBERT HART, inspec. gen. of Chinese Imperial 
Maritime Customs. 

1882, May 24. CORNELIUS HENDERICKSEN KORTRIGHT, late governor 
of British Guiana. 

1882., May 24. WILLIAM BRAMPTON GURDON, for services on special 
missions in 1879 and 1881 to South Africa for the settle- 
ment of financial questions. 

1882, May 24. Col. WILLIAM BELLAIRS, for services in South 
Africa. 

1882, May 24. Col. GEORGE STODDART WHITMORE, formerly com- 
mandant of local forces in New Zealand and member of the 
Legislative Council of that Colony. 

1882, May 24. SAUL SAMUEL, agent general in London for New 
South Wales and previously member of several administra- 
tions in that Colony. 

1882, May 24. GEORGIO SERAFINO, count CIANTAR-PALEOLOGO, barone 
di San Giovanni, president of the Assembly of the Maltese 
nobility. 

1882, May 24. JOHN HALL, lately first minister in New Zealand. 



K. C. M. G. 365 

1882, Aug. 26. EDWARD MORTIMER ARCHIBALD, H.M. consul gen. 
at New York. 

1882, Aug. 26. JOHN CHARLES MOLTENO, first chief minister of the 
Cape of Good Hope under responsible government and lately 
colonial secretary of that Colony. 

1882, Aug. 26. WILLIAM CHARLES SARGEAUNT, one of the Crown 
agents for the Colonies. 

1882, Aug. 26. Maj. Gen. ARCHIBALD EDWARD HARBORD ANSON, 
R.A., late administrator of the government of the Straits 
Settlements and lieut. gov. of Prince of Wales Island. 

1882, Nov. 1. (Honorary) MOHAMED SULTAN PASHA, president of 
the Chamber of Notables of Egypt. 

1882, Nov. 17. WILLIAM McARTHUR, alderman and M.P., late lord 
mayor of London. 

1882, Nov. 17. THOMAS MC!LWRAITH, Esq., first minister of the 
Colony of Queensland. 

1882, Nov. 24. Col. REDVERS HENRY BULLER, V.C., for services 

rendered as head of the intelligence department in Egypt. 

1883, May 24. WILLIAM ROBINSON, governor of the Windward 

Islands. 

1883, May 24. GEORGE WILLIAM DES VOEUX, governor of the 
Colony of Fiji. 

1883, May 24. Col. ROBERT WILLIAM HARLEY, lieut. gov. of the 
Colony of British Honduras. 

1883, May 24. CHARLES CAMERON LEES, governor of the Bahamas. 

1883, May 24. FREDERICK PALGRAVE BARLEE, lately lieut. gov. of 
the Colony of British Honduras. 

1883, May 24. JOHN DOUGLAS, lieut. gov. and colonial secretary of 
Ceylon. 

1883, May 24. CHARLES HUTTON GREGORY, C.E., past president of 
the Institute of Civil Engineers, consulting engineer to 
several Colonial Governments. 



366 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1883, May 24. Lieut. Col. CHARLES BULLEN HUGH MITCHELL, E.M., 
colonial secretary and lately administrator of the govern- 
ment of Natal. 

1883, May 24. HUGH Low, British resident at Perak in the Malay 
Peninsula. 

1883, May 24. WILLIAM MORGAN, for some time first minister of 
the Colony of South Australia. 

1883, May 24. AMBROSE SHEA, for many years member and some- 
time speaker of the Legislative Assembly, Newfoundland. 

1883, May 24. Col. CHARLES WARREN, E.E., in recognition of his 
services in connection with the bringing to justice the 
murderers of the late Professor Palmer and his party. 

1883, July 9. (Honorary) CONSTANTINE GEORGE ZEROUDACCHI, in 

recognition of the services rendered by him to Her Majesty's 
Forces in Egypt. 

1884, Feb. 1. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. LEICESTER SMYTH, commander 

of Her Majesty's Troops in South Africa, and at present 
administering the Government of the Cape of Good Hope 
during the absence of the governor. 

1884, Feb. 1. Sir GEORGE WIGRAM ALLEN, knt., speaker of the 
Legislative Assembly of New South Wales. 

1884, Feb. 1. FREDERICK WHITAKER, late premier of New Zealand. 

1884, Feb. 1. FRANCIS WALTER DE WINTON, lieut. col., R.A., 
military secretary to the late gov. gen. of the Dominion of 
Canada. 

1884, Feb. 19. Sir CHARLES AUGUSTUS HARTLEY, knt., in recognition 
of his services as engineer-in-chief to the European Com- 
mission for the Navigation of the Danube. 

1884, Feb. 19. Surg. Gen. WILLIAM GUYER HUNTER, M.D., in 
recognition of services during the recent outbreak of 
cholera in Egypt. 

1884, May 24. THOMAS CHARLES SCANLEN, late first minister of the 
Cape of Good Hope. 

1884, May 24. Col. WILLIAM GROSSMAN, E.E., one of Her Majesty's 
commissioners appointed in 1882 to inquire into the 
revenue and expenditure, etc., of certain of the West 
Indian Colonies. 



K. C. M. G 367 

1884, May 24. FREDERICK NAPIER BROOME, governor of Western 
Australia. 

1884, May 24. ARTHUR ELIBANK HAVELOCK, governor of the West 
Africa Settlements. 

1884, Aug. 1. DAVID LEWIS MACPHERSON, minister of the Interior 
in the Dominion of Canada. 

1884, Aug. 14. RONALD FERGUSON THOMPSON, envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary at Teheran. 

1884, Sept. 25. (Honorary) MOUSTAPHA BEY YAWER, Mudir of 

Dongola, in recognition of the services rendered by him to 
the British Troops and Government in the Soudan. On the 
same day (Sept. 25) were issued the warrant of appointment, 
the warrant granting the dignity, the warrant dispensing 
with investiture and the royal licence to wear the insignia 
and to assume the appellation of a Knight Bachelor. 

1885, Mar. 23. WILLIAM ARTHUR WHITE, envoy extraordinary and 

minister plenipotentiary at Bucharest. 

1885, Mar. 23. HENRY PERCY ANDERSON, of the Foreign Office. 

1885, May 15. GERALD FITZGERALD, late direc. gen. of Public 
Accounts in Egypt. 

1885, June 6. ADAMS GEORGE ARCHIBALD, late lieut. gov. of the 
Province of Nova Scotia, in the Dominion of Canada. 

1885, June 6. CHARLES MILLS, agent gen. in London for the Cape 
of Good Hope. 

1885, June 6. Maj. Gen. PETER HENRY SCRATCHLEY, E.E., Her 
Majesty's special commissioner for the protected Territory 
in New Guinea. 

1885, June 6. ALEXANDER STUART, premier and colonial secretary 
of New South Wales. 

1885, June 26. LIONEL SACKVILLE SACKVILLE - WEST, commonly 
called the Hon. Lionel Sackville Sackville - West, her 
Majesty's envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary 
at Washington. 

24 



368 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1885, June 26. FRANCIS CLARE FORD, Her Majesty's envoy extra- 
ordinary and minister plenipotentiary at Madrid. 

1885, June 26. THOMAS VILLIERS LISTER, assistant under secretary 
of State for Foreign Affairs. 

1885, Aug. 13. HALLIDAY MACARTNEY, M.D., English secretary to 
the Chinese Legation in London. 

1885, Aug. 25. JOSEPH PHILIPPE RENE ADOLPHE CARON, minister 
of Militia and Defence for the Dominion of Canada. 

1885, Aug. 25. Maj. Gen. FREDERICK DOBSON MIDDLETON, in com- 
mand of the militia in the Dominion of Canada, for services 
while in command of the Force in the North- West Territory. 

1885, Aug. 25. (Honorary) Maj. Gen. EDWARD ZOHRAB PASHA, 
unattached;, in the army of the Khedive of Egypt, for 
services rendered in connection with the recent operations 
in the Soudan. 

1885, Sept. 1. JOHN FOWLER, C.E., for services rendered in connec- 

tion with recent operations in Egypt and the Soudan. 

1886, Feb. 18. Col. JOHN UNDERWOOD BATEMAN-CHAMPAIN, R.E., 

for services of many years standing in connection with the 
Indo-European telegraph. 

1886, Feb. 18. FRANK CAVENDISH LASCELLES, agent and consul 
gen. in Bulgaria. 

1886, Feb. 20. Hon. FRANCIS RICHARD PLUNKETT, envoy extra- 
ordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the emperor of 
Japan. 

1886, Feb. 20. Ca.pt. RICHARD FRANCIS BURTON, consul at Trieste. 

1886, May 29. Sir JOHN COODE, C.E., knt., in recognition of services 
rendered in connection with Colonial Harbours and Marine 
Works. 

1886, May 29. Lieut. Col. MARSHALL JAMES CLARKE (late R.A.), 
resident magistrate in Basutoland. 

1886, May 29. CECIL CLEMENTI SMITH, lieut. gov. and colonial 
secretary of Ceylon. 

1886, May 29. DONALD ALEXANDER SMITH, of Montreal, in the 
Dominion of Canada. 






K. C. M. G. 369 

1886, May 29. ROBERT STOUT, premier of New Zealand. 

1886, May 29. (Honorary) His Highness ABDUL SAMAT, Sultan of 
Selangore. 

1886, May 29. Hon. WILLIAM STUART, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary at the Hague. 

1886, May 29. The Et. Hon. HUSSEY CRESPIGNY (VIVIAN), 3rd lord 
Vivian, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary 
at Brussels. 

1886, May 29. The Hon. EDMUND JOHN MONSON, envoy extra- 
ordinary and minister plenipotentiary at Copenhagen. 

1886, May 29. Lieut. Col. ROBERT LAMBERT PLAYFAIR, consul gen. 
for Algeria and Tunis. 

1886, June 28. (Additional) Sir SAMUEL- DAVENFORT, knt., assistant 
executive commissioner for South Australia. 

1886, June 28. (Additional) FRANCIS KNOLLYS, for special services 
in connection with the colonial and Indian Exhibition. 

1886, June 28. (Additional) ARTHUR NONUS BIRCH, formerly lieut. 
gov. and colonial secretary of Ceylon, executive com- 
missioner for that Colony. 

1886, June 28. (Additional) ARTHUR HODGSON, a royal com- 
missioner and general secretary to the Reception Committee. 

1886, June 28. (Additional) JOHN FRANCIS JULIUS VON HAAST, 
Ph.D., commissioner in charge of New Zealand exhibits. 

1886, June 28. (Additional) AUGUSTUS JOHN ADDERLEY, late 
member of the Legislative Council of the Bahama Islands, 
a royal commissioner, also executive commissioner for the 
West Indian Islands. 

1886, June 28. (Additional) JAMES FRANCIS GARRICK, a member of 
the Executive Council of Queensland, agent gen. for the 
Colony in London and a royal commissioner, also executive 
commissioner for the Colony. 

1886, June 28. (Additional) GRAHAM BERRY, formerly premier of 
Victoria, agent gen. in London and executive commissioner 
for the Colony. 



370 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1886, July 23. SAMUEL WALKER GRIFFITH, vice-president of the 
Executive Council, colonial secretary and premier of the 
Colony of Queensland. 

1886, Aug. 6. Sir HORACE EUMBOLD, bart., envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary at Athens. 

1886, Aug. 6. FRANCIS OTTIWELL ADAMS, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary at Berne. 

1886, Aug. 6. FRANCIS BEILBY ALSTON, chief clerk of the Foreign 
Office. 

1886, Oct. 25. Sir WILLIAM FOSTER STAWELL, knt., late chief justice 
of the Supreme Court of the Colony of Yictoria. 

1886, Oct. 25. JOHN GORDON SPRIGG, premier of the Cape of Good 
Hope. 

1886, Nov. 8. (Additional) Et. Hon. JOHN STAPLES, lord mayor of 
London, a royal commissioner for the Colonial and Indian 
Exhibition of 1886. 

1886, Nov. 8. (Additional) WALTER LAWRY BULLER, a member of 

the New Zealand commission in London for the said 
exhibition. 

1887, Apr. 18. CHARLES Cox, chancellor of the most distinguished 

order of Saint Michael and Saint George (with rank as 
senior knight commander in accordance with the Tenth 
Article of the Statutes of 1832, Aug. 16, making provision 
for the office of chancellor). 

1887', Apr. 18. ROBERT THORBURN, premier of Newfoundland, and 
one of the representatives of that Colony at the Colonial 
Conference. 

1887, Apr. 18. JOHN WILLIAM DOWNER, premier of South Australia 
and one of the representatives of that Colony at the Colonial 
Conference. 

1887, Apr. 19. THOMAS UPINGTON, late premier and now attorney 
general of the Cape of Good Hope and one of the representa- 
tives of that Colony at the Colonial Conference. 

1887, Apr. 19. JAMES LORIMER, member of the Legislative Council 
and minister of Defence of Victoria and one of the repre- 
sentatives of that Colony at the Colonial Conference. 



K. C. M. G. 371 

1887, Apr. 19. ROBERT WISDOM, member of the Legislative Council 
and late attorney general of New South Wales and one of 
the representatives of that Colony at the Colonial Con- 
ference. 

1887, May 24. The Rt. Hon. WILLIAM HILLIER (ONSLOW), 4th earl 
of Onslow, parliamentary under secretary of State for the 
Colonies. 

1887, May 24. The Rt. Hon. JENICO WILLIAM JOSEPH (PRESTON), 
14th viscount Gormanston, governor of the Leeward 
Islands. 

1887, May 24. JAMES HECTOR, M.D., director of geological surveys 
and curator of the Colonial Museum for the Colony of New 
Zealand. 

1887, May 24. WILLIAM BRANDFORD GRIFFITH, governor of the 
Gold Coast Colony. 

1887, May 24. Lieut. Col. JOHN TERENCE NICOLLS O'BRIEN, 
governor of the Island of Heligoland. 

1887, May 24. Col. FREDERICK CARRINGTON, commandant of the 
Police Force of British Bechuanaland. 

1887, May 24. JOHN BATES THURSTON, lieut. gov. and colonial 
secretary of the Colony of Fiji. 

1887, June 21. EDWARD NEWTON, late lieut. gov. and colonial secre- 
tary of Jamaica, 

1887, June 21. MALCOLM FRASER, colonial secretary of Western 
Australia. 

1887, June 21. WILLIAM HENRY MARSH, late colonial secretary and 
auditor general of Hong Kong. 

1887, June 21. SIDNEY GODOLPHIN ALEXANDER SHIPPARD, M.A., 
D.C.L., administrator and chief magistrate of British 
Bechuanaland. 

1887, June 21. JOHN WILLIAM AKERMAN, speaker of the Legislative 
Council of Natal. 

1887, June 21. JAMES ALEXANDER GRANT, M.D., of Ottawa, in the 
Dominion of Canada. 



372 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1887, June 21. Maj. Gen. CHRISTOPHER CHARLES TEESDALE, E.A., 
Y.C. 

1887, June 21. Col. COLIN CAMPBELL SCOTT- MONCRIEFF, late E.E., 
for services rendered in Egypt. 

1887, June 21. WILLIAM KIRBY GREEN, Her Majesty's envoy extra- 
ordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the emperor of 
Morocco. 

1887, June 21. Col. CHARLES EDWARD MANSFIELD, minister resident 
and consul general in the Republic of Peru. 

1887, June 21. CLEMENT LLOYD HILL, of the Foreign Office. 

1887, June 21. JOHN HENRY FAWCETT, consul general and judge of 
the Supreme Consular Court at Constantinople. 

1887, June 21. GEORGE DASH WOOD TAUBMAN-GOLDIE, founder of 
the Eoyal Niger Company. 

1887, June 21. (Honorary) MUSTAPHA FEHMY PASHA. 

1887, July 30. (Honorary) Monsieur JOHN ANTONIADAS, for services 
rendered in Egypt. 

1887, Aug. 1. EDGAR YINCENT, Esq., financial adviser to the 
Egyptian Government. 

1887, Aug. 18. THOMAS HENRY SANDERSON, of the Foreign Office. 

1888, Jan. 10 (Jan. 2). JOHN PENDER. 

1888, Jan. 10 (Jan. 2). Col. EGBERT MURDOCH SMITH, E.E. 

1888, Jan. 28. GEORGE SMYTH BADEN-POWELL, M.P., for various 
services rendered in connection with the Colonies. 

1888, Jan. 28. HARRY ALBERT ATKINSON, premier of the Colony of 
New Zealand. 

1888, Jan. 28. EDWIN THOMAS SMITH, mayor of Adelaide and 
member of the House of Assembly of the Colony of South 
Australia. 

1888, Jan. 28. FREDERICK YOUNG, for some years honorary secre- 
tary and now one of the vice-presidents of the Eoyal 
Colonial Institute. 



K. C. M. G. 373 

1888, May 24. MICHAEL HENRY GALLWEY, attorney general of the 
Colony of Natal. 

1888, May 24. The Hon. WALTER FRANCIS HELY-HUTCHINSON, 
lieut. gov. of the Island of Malta. 

1888, May 24. JOHN FREDERICK DICKSON, colonial secretary of the 
Straits Settlements. 

1888, May 24. EDWARD NOEL WALKER, colonial secretary of the 
Island of Ceylon. 

1888, May 24. Capt. JOHN CHARLES BEADY COLOMB, R.M.A., M.P. 

1888, June 2. CHARLES ALFRED COOKSON, Her Majesty's consul 
and judge at Alexandria. 

1888, June 2. JAMES WILLIAM REDHOUSE, Oriental translator to the 
Foreign Office. 

1888, June 2. ALFRED DENT", founder of the British North Borneo 
Company. 

1888, June 2. FREDERICK WILLIAM SMYTHE, general manager of 
the Imperial Ottoman Bank, Constantinople. 

1888, June 2. (Honorary) ZULFIKAR PASHA, chamberlain to His 
Highness the Khedive of Egypt. 

1888, June 2. (Honorary) OSMAN PASHA ORPHI, governor of 
Alexandria. 

1888, Sept. 10. JOHN SPARROW DAVID THOMPSON, Q.C., minister of 
justice for the Dominion of Canada (in recognition of 
services rendered at the recent Conference at Washington 
on the subject of the North American Fisheries). 

1888, Sept. 10. JAMES SPEARMAN WINTER, Q.C., attorney general of 
the Island of Newfoundland (same occasion). 

1888, Sept. 10. JOHN HENRY GIBBS BERGNE, superintendent of the 
Treaty Department of the Foreign Office (same occasion). 

1888, Nov. 7. HENRY ARTHUR BLAKE, governor of Newfoundland. 

1889, Jan. 2. Col. Sir HERBERT BRUCE SANDFORD, E.A., late 

secretary in Australia of the Royal Commission for the 
Adelaide Jubilee International Exhibition, 1887. 



374 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1889, Jan. 2. ROGER TUCKFIELD GOLDSWORTHY, governor of the 
Colony of British Honduras. 

1889, Jan. 2. JOSEPH WILLIAM TRUTCH, late resident agent for the 
Dominion of Canada in British Columbia. 

1889, Jan. 2. Lieut. Gen. THOMAS LIONEL JOHN GALLWEY, R.E., 
late governor of the Bermuda Islands. 

1889, May 24. Lieut. Gen. Sir HENRY D'OYLEY TORRENS, governor 
and commander-in-chief of the Island of Malta. 

1889, May 24. Sir JAMES MACBAIN, knt., president of the Legisla- 
tive Council of the Colony of Victoria. 

1889, May 24. CHARLES BRUCE, lieut. gov. and government secretary 
of the Colony of British Guiana. 

1889, May 24. WILLIAM MACGREGOR, M.D., administrator of the 
Possession of British New Guiana. 

1889, May 24. WALTER JOSEPH SENDALL, governor and commander- 
in-chief of the Windward Islands. 

1889, May 24. JAMES SHAW HAY, governor and commander-in-chief 
of the Colony of Sierra Leone. 

1889, May 24. JOHN ROBINSON, member of the Legislative Council 
of Natal. 

1889, May 24. LANGHAM DALE, M.A.,LL.D., superintendent general 
of Education of the Cape of Good Hope, and vice-chancellor 
of the University of that Colony. 

1889, May 24. Capt. JOHN SYDNEY WEBB, deputy master of the 
Corporation of the Trinity House for services in connection 
with lighthouses in the colonies and abroad. 

1889, Oct. 11. *MEDHI KULI KHAN, styled Majd-ud-Dowleh, high 
steward to the shah of Persia. (Honorary.) 

1889, Oct. 11. MUHAMMED HASAN KHAN, styled Etimad-us-Sultaneh. 
(Honorary.) 

1889, Oct. 11. ABULKASSIM KHAN, styled Nasr-ul-Mulk. (Honorary.) 
1889, Oct. 11. Dr. JOSEPH DESIREE THOLOZAN. (Honorary.) 

* The four persons appointed on October llth had had the honour conferred on them on the previous 
29th of July by the Queen at Osborne House. They were not knighted on that occasion. Furthermore, 
they were never gazetted. The warrant of appointment, the warrant granting the dignity, the warrant 
dispensing with investiture, and the royal licence to wear the insignia of their rank and to assume the 
appellation of a knight bachelor are all dated October llth. 



K. C. M, G. 375 

1890, Jan. 1. CELICOURT AUGUSTE ANTELME, member of the 
Executive Council and senior elected member of the Council 
of Government of the Colony of Mauritius. 

1890, Jan. 1. MONTAGU FREDERICK OMMANNEY, one of the crown 
agents for the Colonies. 

1890, Jan. 1. CORNELIUS ALFRED MOLONEY, governor and com- 
mander-in-chief of the Colony of Lagos. 

1890, Jan. 1. JOHN Cox BRAY, speaker of the House of Assembly of 
the Colony of South Australia. 

1890, Jan. 1. JACOBUS ALBERTUS DE WET, secretary for native 
affairs of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope. 

1890, Feb. 17. Lieut. Gen. HENRY AUGUSTUS SMYTH, E.A., on 
appointment to the governor and commander-in-chief of the 
the Island pf Malta and its dependencies. 

1890, Mar. 4. BENJAMIN BAKER, C.E., joint engineer of the Forth 
Bridge, who has rendered eminent professional services to 
the Dominion of Canada and the Colony of the Cape of 
Good Hope. 

1890, May 21. Sir ALBERT WILLIAM WOODS, knt., Garter Principal 
King of Arms, and King of Arms of the said most 
distinguished Order. 

1890, May 21. AUGUSTUS WILLIAM LAWSON HEMMING, of the 
Colonial Office. 

1890, May 21. Lieut. Col FREDERICK THOMAS SARGOOD, formerly 
minister of Defence of the Colony of Yictoria. 

1890, May 21. WILLIAM FREDERICK HAYNES SMITH, governor and 
commander-in-chief of the Leeward Islands. 

1890, May 21. Col. CASIMIR STANISLAUS GZOWSKI, honorary aide- 
de-camp to the queen, for valuable services rendered to the 
Dominion of Canada. 

1890, May 21. GEORGE GLYNN PETRE, Her Majesty's envoy extra- 
ordinary and minister plenipotentiary to His Majesty the 
king of Portugal. 

1890, May 21. JOSEPH ARCHER CROWE, Her Majesty's commercial 
attache for Europe. 



376 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1890, May 21. CHARLES HALL, Q.C., M.P., first British delegate to 
the Maritime Conference at Washington. 

1890, Aug. 28. (Honorary) BLUM PASHA, late under secretary of 
finance in Egypt. 

1890, Nov. 27. (Honorary) Count JACQUES HENRI EDWARD DE 

LALAING, of Belgium, for services in connexion with the 
Waterloo Memorial at Brussels. 

1891, Jan. 1. Maj. Gen. JAMES BEVAN EDWARDS, R.E., for services 

rendered in connection with the Australasian Military 
Forces. 

1891, Jan. 1. JAMES ARNDELL YOUL, of the Colony of Tasmania. 

1891, Jan. 1. FREDERICK McCoy, professor of natural science in 
the University of Melbourne in the Colony of Victoria . 

1891, Jan. 1. GUISEPPE CARBONE, LL.D., Crown advocate of the 
Island of Malta. 

1891, Jan. 1. EDWARD NICHOLAS COVENTRY BRADDON, agent general 
in London for the Colony of Tasmania. 

1891, Jan. 7. THOMAS SUTHERLAND, M.P., chairman of the Penin- 
sular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company and director 
of the Suez Canal Company. 

1891, May 30. RICHARD SOUTHEY, formerly colonial secretary of 
the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope and lieut. gov of the 
Province of Griqualand West. 

1891, May 30. JOHN FORREST, premier and treasurer of the Colony 
of Western Australia. 

1891, May 30. GEORGE WILLIAM EGBERT CAMPBELL, on retirement 

from the office of inspec. gen. of police and prisons of the 
Island of Ceylon. 

1892, Jan. 1. (Honorary) His Highness IDRIS BIN ALMARHOM 

BANDHARA ISKANDER SAH, sultan of Perak. 

1892, Jan. 1. Commander GRAHAM JOHN BOWER, late R.N., 
Imperial secretary and accountant to the High Com- 
missioner for South Africa. 

1892, Jan. 1. FRANCIS FLEMING, colonial secretary of Hong Kong. 



K. C. M. G. 377 

1892, Jan. 1. JOHN COLTON, formerly premier of the Colony of 
South Australia. 

1892, Jan. 1. HENRY JOHN WRIXON, member of the Executive 
Council and of the Legislative Assembly of the Colony of 
Victoria. 

1892, May 25. Sir WILLIAM MONTAGU MANNING, knt., LL.D., 
member of the Legislative Council of the Colony of New 
South Wales. 

1892, May 25. Sir DAVID TENNANT, knt., speaker of the House of 
Assembly of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope. 

1892, May 25. JOHN JOSEPH CALDWELL ABBOTT, D.C.L., Q.C., prime 
minister of the Dominion of Canada and president of the 
Queen's Privy Council for the Dominion. 

1892, May 25. OLIVER MOWAT, LL.D., Q.C., attorney general and 
premier of the Province of Ontario in the Dominion of 
Canada. 

1892, May 25. PATRICK ALPHONSUS BUCKLEY, attorney general and 
colonial secretary of the Colony of New Zealand. 

1892, May 25. FERDINANDO YINCENZO INGLOTT, late postmaster 
general of the Island of Malta. 

1892, May 25. ELWIN MITFORD PALMER, for services rendered in 
Egypt. 

1892, May 25. CHALONER ALABASTER, consul general for Canton. 

1892, May 25. HUGH GUION MACDONNELL, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary to the king of Denmark. 

1892, July 22. GEORGE RICHARD DIBBS, premier of the Colony of 
New South Wales. 

1892, July 30. The Et. Hon. DAVID EVANS, the lord mayor of 
London. 

1892, Aug. 6. GERALD HERBERT PORTAL, Her Majesty's agent and 
consul general for the Dominions of His Highness the 
sultan of Zanzibar. 



378 ST MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1892, Aug. 4. Maj. CLAUDE MAXWELL MACDONALD, Her Majesty's 
commissioner and consul general in the Oil Rivers Pro- 
tectorate. 

1892, Aug. 16. Col. FRANCIS CUNNINGHAM SCOTT, inspec. gen. of 
the Gold Coast Constabulary for services rendered while in 
command of the Expeditionary Force against the Jebus. 

1892, Aug. 16. Col. CHARLES HOLLED SMITH, King's Royal Rifle 
Corps, in recognition of his services as governor of Suakin. 

1892, Aug. 16. JAMES SIVEWRIGHT, commissioner of Crown Lands 

and Public Works for the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope. 

1893, Jan. 2. HUBERT EDWARD HENRY JERNINGIIAM, lieut. gov. and 

colonial secretary of the Colony of Mauritius. 

1893, Jan. 2. ANTHONY COLLING BROWNLESS, LL.D., M.D., chan- 
cellor of the University of Melbourne. 

1893, Jan. 2. Maj. GEORGE SYDENHAM CLARKE, R.E., late secretary 
to the Colonial Defence Committee. 

1893, June 3. JOHN CARLING, senator and member of the Govern- 
ment of the Dominion of Canada. 

1893, June 3. CHARLES TODD, postmaster general and superinten- 
dent of telegraphs of the Colony of South Australia. 

1893, June 3. MELMOTH OSBORN, late commissioner and chief 
magistrate, Zululand. 

1893, June 3. GILBERT THOMAS CARTER, governor of the Colony of 
Lagos. 

1893, June 3. GEORGE BERKLEY, C.E., past president of the 
Institution of Civil Engineers, for services rendered as 
consulting engineer to the Government of Natal and in 
connection with other Colonies. 

1893, June 3. FRANCIS HENRY EVANS, M.P., for services in connec- 
tion with the Colonies as deputy chairman of the Union 
Steamship Company and otherwise. 

1893, July 24. (Honorary) V. Adm. JOSE DE CORRANZA Y DE 
ECHEVARRIA, capt. gen. of Ferrol, in recognition of services 
rendered in connection with the salvinig of H.M. ship 
"Howe." 



K. C. M. G. 379 

1893, Sept. 14. The Hon. CHARLES HIBBERT TUPPER, LL.B., Q.C., 

minister of Marine and Fisheries of the Dominion of 
Canada, in recognition of his services as British agent at the 
recent Behrings Sea Arbitration in Paris. 

1893, Dec. 15. CHARLES MALCOLM KENNEDY, of the Foreign Office. 

1894, Jan. 1. NEALE PORTER, colonial secretary of the Island of 

Jamaica. 

1894, Jan. 1. The Hon. JENKIN COLES, speaker of the House of 
Assembly of the Colony of South Australia. 

1894, Jan. 1. WESTBY BROOK PERCEVAL, agent general in London 
for the Colony of New Zealand. 

1894, Jan. 1. Brig. Gen. HORATIO HERBERT KITCHENER, E.E., 
A.D.C., sirdar of the Egyptian Army. 

1894, Feb. 12. JOHN SCOTT, judicial adviser to His Highness the 
khedive of Egypt. 

1894, Mar. 3. LLOYD WILLIAM MATHEWS, president of the Ministry 
and gen. in the Army of His Highness the sultan of 
Zanzibar. 

1894, Mar. 15. GEORGE HUGH WYNDHAM, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary at Eio de Janeiro. 

1894, Mar. 15. JOHN ROBERT SEELEY, M.A., regius professor of 
Modern History at the University of Cambridge. 

1894, Apr. 25. ALEXANDER CONDIE STEPHEN, Her Majesty's charge 
d'affaires at Coburg. 

1894, May 26. Lieut. Gen. ARTHUR JAMES LYON FREMANTLE, 
governor and commander-in-chief of the Island of Malta. 

1894, May 26. The Hon. JAMES BROWN PATTERSON, premier and 
chief secretary of the Colony of Victoria. 

1894, May 26. The Hon. JOHN LACKEY, president of the Legislative 
Council of the Colony of New South Wales. 

1894, May 26. GEORGE THOMAS MICHAEL O'BRIEN, colonial secretary 
of the Colony of Hong Kong. 



38o ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1894, May 26. EDWYN SANDYS DAWES, for services in connection 
with the Colony of Queensland, and in developing steam 
communication between England and certain of Her 
Majesty's Colonial Possessions. 

1894, May 26. (Honorary) WILLIAM CORNELIUS VAN HORNE, 

president of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company. 

1895, Jan. 1. The Hon. MACKENZIE BOWELL, prime minister of the 

Dominion of Canada, president of the recent Colonial 
Conference at Ottawa. 

1895, Jan. 1. The Hon. JAMES WILSON AGNEW, M.D., member of 
the Executive Council and formerly premier of the Colony 
of Tasmania. 

1895, Feb. 18. Sir JOHN WALSHAM, bart., lately Her Majesty's 
envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary at 
Bucharest. 

1895, May 25. Sir TPIOMAS POWELL BUXTON, bart., on appointment 
as governor and commander-in-chief of the Colony of South 
Australia. 

1895, May 25. The Hon. Sir JOSEPH PALMER, ABBOTT, knt., speaker 
of the Legislative Assembly of the Colony of New South 
Wales. 

1895, May 25. The Hon. RICHARD CHAFFEY BAKER, president of 
the Legislative Council of the Colony of South Australia, 

1895, May 25. Col. RICHARD EDWARD ROWLEY MARTIN, British 
representative on the late Provisional Government Com- 
mittee in Swaziland. 

1895, May 25. JOHN CHRISTIAN SCHULTZ, M.D., LL.D., late lieut. 
gov. of the Province of Manitoba in the Dominion of 
Canada. 

1895, May 25. HENRI GUSTAVE JOLY DE LOTBINIERE, formerly 
premier of the Province of Quebec in the Dominion of 
Canada. 

1895, May 25. The Hon. WILLIAM AUSTIN ZEAL, president of the 
Legislative Council of the Colony of Victoria. 

1895, May 25. ERNEST MASON SATOW, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary at Tangier. 



K. C. M. G. 381 

1895, July 5. Col. HENRY EDWARD COLVILLE, maj. and lieut. col. 
Grenadier Guards, lately acting British commissioner in 
Uganda. 

1895, Nov. 15. Louis ANTOINE AIME DE VERTEUIL, for many years 
member of the Legislative Council of the Colony of 
Trinidad and Tobago. 

1895, Nov. 22. lit. Hon. CHARLES WALLACE ALEXANDER NAPIER 
Ross (COCHRAINE-BAILLIE), 2nd lord Lamington, on appoint- 
ment as governor and commander-iii-chief of Queensland. 

1895, Nov. 22. Lieut. Col. GERARD SMITH, on appointment as 

governor and commander-in-chief of Western Australia. 

1896, Jan. 1. The Hon. PHILIP OAKLEY FYSH, treasurer and 

formerly premier of the Colony of Tasmania. 

1896, Jan. 1. WILLIAM CROFTON TWYNAM, on retirement, after fifty 
years' service, from the office of Government agent for the 
Northern Province of the Island of Ceylon. 

1896, Apr. 10. WILLIAM EDWARD MAXWELL, governor and com- 
mander-in-chief of the Gold Coast Colony, in recognition of 
services rendered in the recent expedition to Ashanti, etc. 

1896, Apr. 17. The Hon. MAURICE RAYMOND GIFFORD; in recogni- 
tion of services rendered in Matabeleland. 

1896, May 20. The Hon. HUGH MUIR NELSON, premier, chief secre- 
tary and colonial treasurer of the Colony of Queensland. 

1896, May 20. The Hon. JOSEPH ADOLPHE CHAPLEAU, LL.D., lieut. 
gov. of the Province of Quebec, in the Dominion of Canada. 

1896, May 20. CHARLES STEWART SCOTT, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary at Copenhagen. 

1896, Sept. 21. ALFRED BILIOTTI, Her Majesty's consul for the 
Island of Crete. 

1896, Nov. 5. The Rt. Hon. Sir WALTER HENRY WILKIN, knt., lord 

mayor of London. 

1897, Jan. 1. The Hon. GEORGE TURNER, premier and treasurer of 

the Colony of Victoria. 

1897, May 4. JOHN BRAMSTON, D.C.L., assistant-under-secretary of 
State for the Colonies. 



382 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1897, June 10. The Et. Hon. UCHTER JOHN MARK (Kxox), 5th earl 
of Ranfurly, on his appointment as governor and Com- 
mander-in-chief of the Colony of New Zealand and its 
Dependencies. 

1897, June 22. The Hon. Sir WILLIAM LAMBERT DOBSON, knt., chief 
justice of the Colony of Tasmania, who has on several 
occasions administered the government of the Colony in the 
absence of the governor. 

1897, June 22. Sir FREDERICK MATTHEW DARLEY, knt., lieut. gov. 
of the Colony of New South Wales, and chief justice of the 
Supreme Court of that Colony. * 

1897, June 22. Col. FREDERIC CARDEW, governor and commander- 
in-chief of the Colony of Sierra Leone. 

1897, June 22. His Honour the Hon. GEORGE AIREY KIRKPATRICK, 
lieut. gov. of the Province of Ontario, in the Dominion of 
Canada. 

1897, June 22. WILLIAM ALEXANDER BAILLIE-HAMILTON, chief 
clerk of the Colonial Department. 

1897, June 22. SANDFORD FLEMING, for services connected with the 
Dominion of Canada. 

1897, June 22. FREDERICK EICHARD SAUNDERS, treasurer of the 
Island of Ceylon. 

1897, June 22. FRANK ATHELSTANE SWETTENHAM, resident general 
for the Federation of the Protected States of the Malay 
Peninsula. 

1897, June 22. CLEMENT COURTENAY KNOLLYS, colonial secretary of 
the Colony of Trinidad and Tobago. 

1897, June 22. GERALD STRICKLAND, count della Catena, chief 
secretary to the Government of the Island of Malta. 

1897, June 22. CAVENDISH BOYLE, government secretary of the 
Colony of British Guiana. 

1897, June 22. CHARLES GAGE BROWN, M.D., medical adviser to the 
Colonial Office. 

1897, June 22. WALTER PEACE, agent general in London for the 
Colony of Natal. 



K, C. M. G. 383 

1897, June 22. GODFREY YEATMAN LAGDEN, government secretary 
and accountant of Basutoland. 

1897, June 22. The Hon. HORACE TOZER, colonial secretary of the 
Colony of Queensland. 

1897, June 22. The Hon. LEWIS HENRY DA VIES, minister of Marine 
and Fisheries for the Dominion of Canada. 

1897, June 22. The Hon. HENRY CUTHBERT, solicitor general of 
the Colony of Victoria. 

1897, June 22. EDWARD MONTAGUE NELSON, for services in con- 
nection with the Australian Colonies. 

1897, June 22. Hon. His Highness IBRAHIM, sultan of the State 
and Territory of Johore. 

1897, June 22. Col. HERBERT CHARLES CHERMSIDE (late Royal 
Engineers). 

1897, June 22. ARTHUR HARDINGE, Her Majesty's agent and 
consul general at Zanzibar. 

1897, June 22. Lieut. Gen. FREDERICK MARSHALL, col. 1st Eoyal 
Dragoons. 

1897, June 22. JAMES MACKIE, M.B., late British delegate on the 
Egyptian Board of Health. 

1897, June 22. EGBERT HAMILTON LANG, late English controller of 
the Egyptian Daira Sanieh. 

1897, June 22. Maj. FRANCIS ARTHUR MARINDIN, late Eoyal 
Engineers (inspector of railways, Board of Trade). 

1897, June 22. WILLIAM EDMUND GARSTIN, under secretary of 
State, Egyptian Public Works Department. 

1897, June 22. EALPH DENHAM EAYMENT MOOR, Her Majesty's 
commissioner and consul general in the Niger Coast Pro- 
tectorate. 

1897, June 22. WALTER CAINE HILLIER, late Her Majesty's consul 
general in Corea. 

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384 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1897, Aug. 12. (Honorary) CHENTUNG LIANG-CHENG, late secretary 

to the special embassy from the emperor of China on the 
occasion of the 60th anniversary of queen Victoria's 
accession. 

1898, Jan. 1. EGBERT BAXTER LLEWELYN, administrator of the 

Colony of the Gambia, 

1898, Jan. 1. The Hon. PIETER HENDRIK FAURE, secretary for 
agriculture of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope. 

1898, Jan. 1. The Hon. JAMES PENN BOUCAUT, judge of the Supreme 
Court of the Colony of South Australia. 

1898, Jan. 1. The Hon. FRANCIS JOHN PAKENHAM, envoy extra- 
ordinary and minister plenipotentiary to His Majesty the 
king of Sweden and Norway. 

1898, Jan. 1. ALONZO MONEY, British commissioner on the Egyptian 
" Caisse de la Dette." 

1898, Jan. 1. FERIK GEORGE MORICE, PASHA, comptroller general of 
Egyptian Ports and Lighthouses. 

1898, Jan. 1. WALTER FREDERICK MIEVILLE, late president of the 
Egyptian Maritime and Quarantine Board of Health. 

1898, Feb. 4. R. Adm. ROBERT HASTINGS HARRIS, commanding the 
Second Division of the Mediterranean Fleet. 

1898, Apr. 16. (Honorary) His Excellency Maj. JOAQUIM AUGUSTO 
MOUSINHO DE ALBUQUERQUE, royal commissioner and gov. 
gen. of the Province of Mozambique, in recognition of 
services rendered to Her Majesty's Government during 
military operations in Mashonaland and Matabeleland by 
assisting the passage of British Troops through Portuguese 
Territory. 

1898, May 21. The Hon. CHARLES ALPHONSE PANTALEON PELLETIER, 
speaker of the Senate of the Dominion of Canada. 

1898, May 21. The Hon. JAMES DAVID EDGAR, Q.C., speaker of the 
House of Commons of the Dominion of Canada. 

1898, May 21. JOHN GEORGE BOURINOT, LL.D., D.C.L., clerk of the 
House of Commons of the Dominion of Canada. 

1898, May 21. JAMES ALEXANDER SWETTENHAM, colonial secretary 
of the Straits Settlements. 



K. C. M. G. 385 

1898, May 21. Surg. Lieut. Col. JOHN GODFREY ROGERS, pasha, 
head of the Egyptian Sanitary Department. 

1898, May 21. Maj. EDWARD FITZGERALD LAW, Her Majesty's 
commissioner on the International Financial Committee at 
Athens. 

1898, May 21. ALEXANDER GOLLAN, Her Majesty's consul general 
at Havana. 

1898, May 21. THOMAS BERRY CUSACK-SMITH, Her Majesty's consul 
general at Yalparaiso. 

1898, June 27. MARTIN LE MARCHANT HADSLEY GOSSELIN, Hei 
Majesty's minister plenipotentiary at Paris, for services in 
connection with recent negotiations in Paris relative to the 
Niger delimitation. 

1898, June 27. Col. WILLIAM EVERETT (for services on same 
occasion). 

1898, July 4. Lieut. Col. HENRY EDWARD MCCALLUM, R.E., 
governor and commander-in-chief of the Colony of Lagos, 
in recognition of services in the Protectorate adjoining that 
Colony. 

1898, Aug. 17. The Hon. HENRY BINNS, prime minister and colonial 
secretary of the Colony of Natal, in recognition of services 
rendered in connection with the establishment of a Customs 
Union between Natal, the Cape of Good Hope and the 
Orange Free State. 

1898, Nov. 5. Lieut. Col. the Rt. Hon. HORATIO DAVID DAVIES, 
M.P., lord mayor of London. 

1898, Nov. 11. Brevet Col. FRANCIS REGINALD WINGATE, R.A., 
A.D.C., in recognition of services in the Soudan. 

1898. Col. RUDOLF CHARLES RITTER VON SLATIN PASHA, of the 
Egyptian Army (for services same occasion). (Honorary). 

1898, Nov. 25. R. Adm. GERARD HENRY UCTRED NOEL, in 

recognition of his services in Crete. 

1899, Jan. 2. Sir JOHN MADDEN, knt., chief justice of the Supreme 

Court of the Colony of Victoria, who has on several occasions 
administered the Government of the Colony. 



386 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1899, Jan. 2. WILLIAM TURNER THISTLETON DYER, director of the 
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, in recognition of services 
rendered to Colonial Governments. 

1899, Jan. 2. NEVILE LUBBOCK, chairman of the West India Com- 
mittee, for services rendered in connection with the West 
Indian Colonies. 

1899, Jan. 2. HENRY HOWARD, envoy extraordinary and minister 
plenipotentiary to Her Majesty the queen of the Nether- 
lands. 



1899, Jan. 2. EDMUND DOUGLAS YEITCH FANE, envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary to His Majesty the king of 
Denmark. 

1899, Jan. 2. Col. JAMES HAYES SADLER, late Her Majesty's consul 
general at Valparaiso. 

1899, Jan. 2. (Honorary) His Excellency BOUTROS GHALY, Pasha, 
minister for Foreign Affairs to His Highness the khedive of 
Egypt. 

1899, Feb. 16. The Rt. Hon. WILLIAM (LYGON) 7th earl BEAUCHAMP, 
on appointment as governor and commander-in-chief of the 
Colony of New South Wales and its Dependencies. 

1899, Feb. 16. The Rt. Hon. HALLAM (TENNYSON), 2nd lord 
Tennyson, on appointment as governor and commander-in- 
chief of the Colony of South Australia and its Dependencies. 

1899, June 3. FREDERICK MITCHELL HODGSON, governor and com- 
mander-in-chief of the Gold Coast Colony. 

1899, June 3. DAVID WILSON, governor and commander-in-chief of 
the Colony of British Honduras. 

1899, June 3. Maj. HENRY GEORGE ELLIOT, chief magistrate of 
Tembuland, Transkei and Pondoland, in the Colony of the 
Cape of Good Hope. 

1899', June 3. HENRY MOORE JACKSON, colonial secretary of 
Gibraltar. 

1899, June 3. Col. Sir CHARLES EDWARD HOWARD VINCENT, knt., 
M.P., lately British delegate at the Anarchist Conference at 
Rome. 

1899, June 3. JAMES RENNELL RODD, secretary of Legation in Her 
Majesty's service attached to Her Majesty's agency at Cairo. 



K. C M. G. 387 

1899. June 3. PERCY SANDERSON, Her Majesty's consul general at 
New York. 

1899, June 3. ERNEST JOSEPH CASSEL, for services in connexion with 
EGYPT. 

1899, July 17. Sir DAVID MILLER BARBOTTR, in recognition of his 
services as one of the royal commissioners appointed in 1896 
to enquire into the condition and prospects of the West 
India sugar growing Colonies, and subsequently as com- 
missioner appointed to enquire into the Finance of the 
Island of Jamaica. 

1899, July 28. Col. CHARLES SIM BREMRIDGE PARSONS, late Royal 

Artillery, in recognition of his recent services in Egypt. 

1900, Jan. 1. MALACHY BOWES DALY, Q.C., lieut. gov. of the 

Province of Nova Scotia, in the Dominion of Canada. 

1900, Jan. 1. The Hon. Sir JAMES GEORGE LEE STEERE, knt., speaker 
of the Legislative Assembly of Western Assembly. 

1900, Jan. 1. The Hon. JOHN ALEXANDER COCKBURN, M.D., formerly 
premier of South Australia, now agent general in London 
for that Colony. 

1900, Jan. 1. HENRY JOHN JOURDAIN, formerly member of the 
Legislative Council of the Colony of Mauritius. 

1900, Jan. 1. GEORGE CHARDIN DENTON, colonial secretary of the 
Colony of Lagos. 

1900, Jan. 1. CHARLES NORTON EDGCUMBE ELIOT, late British 
commissioner in Samoa. 

1900, Jan. 8. Maj. Gen. EDWARD ROBERT PREVOST WOODGATE. 

1900, May 23. Lieut. Col. the Hon. ALBERT HENRY HIME, prime 
minister and minister of Lands and Works of the Colony of 
Natal. 

1900, May 23. The Hon. WILLIAM JOHN LYNE, premier and colonial 
treasurer of the Colony of New South Wales. 

1900, May 23. GEORGE MELVILLE, colonial secretary of the Lee- 
ward Islands and Island Secretary of Antigua. 

1900, May 23. CHARLES ANTHONY KING-HARMAN, administrator of 
the Island of St. Lucia and its Dependencies. 



ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1900, May 23. HARRY LANGHORNE THOMPSON, administrator of the 
Island of St. Vincent and its Dependencies. 

1900, May 23. The Hon. EDWARD HORNE WITTENOOM, agent general 
in London for the Colony of Western Australia. 

1900, May 23. ALFRED EDMUND BATEMAN, comptroller general of 
the Commercial, Labour, and Statistical Department of the 
Board of Trade, for services in connection with commercial 
negotiations with foreign countries. 

1900, May 23. EWEN CAMERON, managing director of the Hong 
Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation, for services to 
Her Majesty's Government with regard to affairs in China. 

1900, June 28. (Honorary) DE MARTINO PASHA, controller of the 
Civil List of the khedive of Egypt. 

1900, June 28. HASSAM PASHA ASSEM, Grand Master of the 
Ceremonies to the khedive of Egypt. (Honorary). 

1900, July 28. Brevet Col. (local Col.) JAMES WILCOCKS, com- 
mandant of the West African Frontier Force, in recognition 
of his services while in command of the expedition to 
Ashanti. 

1900, Nov. 8. E. Adm. JAMES ANDREW THOMAS BRUCE, second in 

command, China station. 

1901, Jan. 1. The Hon. JAMES ROBERT DICKSON, D.C.L., chief 

secretary of Queensland (in recognition of services rendered 
in connection with the Federation of the Australian 
Colonies and the establishment of the Commonwealth of 
Australia). 

1901, Jan. 1. WILLIAM McMiLLAN, formerly colonial treasurer of 
New South Wales, chairman of the Finance Committee of 
the Australian Federal Convention (same occasion). 

1901, Jan. 1. JOSIAH HENRY SYMON, Q.C., formerly attorney 
general of South Australia, chairman of the Judiciarv 
Committee of the Australian Federal Convention (same 
occasion). 

1901, Jan. 28. Brig. Gen. FREDERICK JOHN DEALTRY LUGARD, high 
commissioner for the Protectorate of Northern Nigeria. 

1901, Jan. 29. Sir HENRY NEVILL DERING, bart., envoy extra- 
ordinary and minister plenipotentiary to the United States 
of Brazil. 



K. C. M. G. 389 

1901, Jan. 29. The Hon. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS CURZON BABRINGTON, 

envoy and minister plenipotentiary to the Argentine 
Republic. 

1901, Jan. 29. JOHN GORDON KENNEDY, envoy extraordinary and 
minister plenipotentiary at the Court of the king of 
Roumania. 

1901, Jan. 29. Col. HERBERT JEKYLL, Royal Engineers, secretary to 
the Royal Commission for the Paris Universal International 
Exhibition of 1900. 

1901, Feb. 11. Capt. the Hon. ARTHUR LAWLEY, on his appoint- 
ment as governor of the State of Western Australia. 

1901, Feb. 22. JOHN ANDERSON, of the Colonial Department, who 
has been selected as one of the staff of the duke of Cornwall 
and York, on the occasion of the approaching visit of his 
Royal Highness to the Colonies. 

1901, Apr. 19. Maj. Gen. (local Lieut. Gen.) Sir CORNELIUS FRANCIS 
CLERY, for services in connection with the War in South 
Africa. (See footnote supra p. 347), 

1901, Apr. 19. Maj. Gen. (local Lieut. Gen.) Sir HENRY MACLEOD 
LESLIE RUNDLE (for same). 

1901, Apr. 19. Maj. Gen. GEORGE TINDAL PRETYMAN, Royal 
Artillery (for same). 

1901, Apr. 19. Surg. Gen. WILLIAM DEANE WILSON, M.B., Army 
Medical Staff (for same). 

1901, Apr. 19. Col. (temporary Maj. Gen.) EDWARD THOMAS HENRY 
HUTTON (for same). 

1901, Apr. 19. Col. the Hon. FREDERICK WILLIAM STOPFORD (for 
same) . 

1901, Apr. 19. Col. THOMAS JOSEPH GALLWEY, M.D., Royal Army 
Medical Corps (for same). 

1901, Apr. 19. Capt. and Brevet Maj. (local Lieut. Col.) EDWARD 
PERCY CRANWILL GIROUARD, Royal Engineers (for same). 

1901, May 6. The Hon. Sir JOHN STOKELL DODDS, knt., chief 
justice of the Supreme Court of the State of Tasmania and 
at present administering the government of that State (on 
the occasion of T.R.H. the duke and duchess of Cornwall 
and York's visit to Australia). 



390 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1901, May 23. The Hon. JOSEPH GEORGE WARD, postmaster 
general of the Colony of New Zealand (on the occasion of 
the visit of T.R.H. the duke and duchess of Cornwall and 
York to New Zealand). 

1901, May 23. The Hon. JOHN McKENZiE, late minister of Lands 
in the colony of New Zealand (same occasion). 

1901, June 27. KAID HARRY MACLEAN, attached to the special 
embassy from His Imperial Majesty the Sultan of Morocco 
(for services in Morocco). 

1901, July 23. R. Adm. LEWIS ANTHONY BEAUMONT, commander- 
in-chief on the Australian Station (on the occasion of the 
visit of T.R.H. the duke and duchess of Cornwall and York 
to Australia and New Zealand). 

1901, July 24. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM JULIUS GASCOIGNE, in recognition 
of his services during the recent operations in China. 

1901, July 25. The Hon. HENRY BALE, K.C., attorney general and 
minister of education of the Colony of Natal (on the 
occasion of the visit of T.R.H. the duke and duchess of 
Cornwall and York to Natal). 

1901, July 25. DAVID HUNTER, general manager of the Natal 
Government Railways (same occasion). 

1901, Aug. 13. The Hon. JAMES ROSE INNES, K.C., attorney general 
of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope (on the occasion of 
the visit of T.R.H. the duke and duchess of Cornwall and 
York to the Cape of Good Hope). 

1901, Aug. 13. The Hon. RICHARD SOLOMON, K.C., member of the 
Legislative Assembly of the Cape of Good Hope (same 
occasion). 

1901, Aug. 13. CHARLES BLETTERMAN ELLIOTT, LL.B., late general 
manager of railways of the Cape of Good Hope (same 
occasion). 

1901, Aug. 13. SOMERSET RICHARD FRENCH, postmaster general 
(same occasion). 

1901, Sept. 13. WILLIAM EDWARD GOSCHEN, envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary at the Court of His Majesty 
the king of Denmark. 



K. C. M. G. 391 

1901, Sept. 27. The Hon. THOMAS KEIR MURRAY, for services in 
connection with the South African War. (See note supra, 
p. 347.) 

1901, Sept. 27. JOHN DENISON FENDER, vice-chairman and managing 
director, Eastern Telegraph Company (for civil services 
during same). 

1901, Sept. 17. Sir JOHN ALEXANDER BOYD, chancellor of the High 
Court of Justice of the Province of Ontario (on the occasion 
of the visit of T.R.H. the duke and duchess of Cornwall and 
York to the Dominion of Canada). 

1901, Sept. 17. Louis AMABLE JETTE, lieut. gov. of the Province of 
Quebec (same occasion). 

1901, Sept. 17. The Hon. ROBERT BOND, premier and colonial secre- 
tary of the Island of Newfoundland (on the occasion of the 
visit of T.R.H. the duke and duchess of Cornwall and York 
to Newfoundland). 

1901, Nov. 9. ERNEST EDWARD BLAKE, one of the Crown agents for 
the Colonies. 

1901, Nov. 9. ALFRED LEWIS JONES, president of the Liverpool 
Chamber of Commerce, in recognition of services to the 
"West African Colonies and to Jamaica. 

1901, Nov. 9. FREDERICK ROBERT ST. JOHN, on retirement from the 
post of envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary at 
Berne. 

1901, Nov. 9. AUDLEY CHARLES GOSLING, on retirement from the 
post of envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary at 
Santiago. 

1901, Nov. 26. Lieut. Col. Sir ARTHUR JOHN BIGGE, private secre- 

tary to H.R.H. the prince of Wales. 

1902, June 2. (Honorary) Capt. ERNEST ADOLPH JULIUS GUIDO VON 

USEDOM, an officer of the Imperial German Navy. 

1902, June 26. Maj. MATTHEW NATHAN, Royal Engineers, governor 
and commander-in-chief of the Gold Coast Colony. 

1902, June 26. Maj. HAMILTON JOHN GOOLD-ADAMS, lieut. gov. of 
the Orange River Colony. 

1902, June 26. His Honour DANIEL HUNTER MCMILLAN, lieut. gov. 
of the Province of Manitoba, in the Dominion of Canada. 



392 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1902, June 26. The Hon. NEIL ELLIOTT LEWIS, M.A., B.C.L., prime 
minister of the State of Tasmania. 

1902, June 26. The Hon. FREDERICK WILLIAM HOLDER, speaker of 
the House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of 
Australia. 

1902, June 26. The Hon. JOHN SEE, prime minister of the State of 
New South Wales. 

1902, June 26. The Hon. ALEXANDER JAMES PEACOCK, late prime 
minister of the State of Victoria. 

1902, June 26. The Hon. FREDERICK WILLIAM BORDEN, M.D., 
minister of Militia and Defence of the Dominion of 
Canada. 

1902, June 26. The Hon. WILLIAM MULOCK, K.C., LLD., M.A., 
postmaster general of the Dominion of Canada. 

1902, June 26. EDMUND CONSTANTINE HENRY PHIPPS, His Majesty's 
minister at Brussels, for services in connection with the 
Sugar Conference. 

1902, June 26. The Hon. MICHAEL HENRY HERBERT, His Majesty's 
ambassador at Washington. 

1902, June 26. Capt. FRANCIS POWELL, E.N., for services in China. 

1902, June 26. PELHAM LAIRD WARREN, His Majesty's consul 
general at Shanghai, for services in China. 

1902, June 26. Maj. HORACE HENDERSON PINCHING, head of Sanitary 
Department in Cairo. 

1902, June 26. GEORGE SUTHERLAND MACKENZIE, for services in 
connection with Persia. 

1902, June 26. FRANCIS LANGFORD O'CALLAGHAN, managing director 
of the Uganda Railway. 

1902, Aug. 12. (Honorary) His Highness EAS MAKUNAN, special 
envoy of His Majesty the emperor Menelik II., of Ethiopia, 
on the occasion of the Coronation. Invested by the king at 
Buckingham Palace Aug. 8, but the warrant of appointment 
dated Aug. 12. 

1902, Aug. 15. Capt. GEORGE EAWLINSON YYVYAN, deputy master 
of the Corporation of the Trinity House. 



K. C. M. G. 393 

1902, Oct. 31. (Additional) Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN DENTON PINK- 
STONE FRENCH, for services in South Africa. 

1902 1 , Nov. 9. (King's birthday) HENRY AUSTIN LEE, secretary of 
the Embassy and commercial attache in Paris and to His 
Majesty's Legations at Brussels and Berne. 

1902, Nov. 9. (Honorary) Col. JOAQUIM Jos MACHADO, of the 
Portuguese Army, late gov. gen. of Mozambique. 

1902, Nov. 9. Capt. CORNELIUS ALVARO DA COSTA FERREIRA, of the 
Portuguese Navy, late gov. gen. of Mozambique. 

1902, Nov. 9. Viscount MEIRELLES DO CANTO E CASTRO, governor of 
the Mozambique Company. 

1902, Nov. 9. Maj. Gen. GEORGE ARTHUR FRENCH, late com- 
mandant of the Military Forces of the State of New South 
Wales. 

1902, Nov. 9. DONALD WILLIAM STEWART, chief commissioner, 
Ashanti. 

1902, Nov. 9. (Honorary) His Highness AHMAD MAATHAM SHAH, 
Sultan of Pahang. 

1902, Dec. 6. Maj. ROBERT HANBURY BROWN, R.E., inspec. gen. of 
Irrigation, Lower Egypt. 

1902, Dec. 6. WILLIAM WILLCOCKS, of the Egyptian Irrigation 
Department. 

1902, Dec. 6. (Honorary) HUSSEIN FAKHRY PASHA, Egyptian 
Ministry of Public Works. 

1902, Dec. 6. Maj. Gen. Sir JOHN CHARLES ARDAGH. 

1902, Dec. 6. Col. Sir THOMAS HUNGERFORD HOLDICH. 

1903, Feb. 9. (Honorary) His Excellency MIRZA NEZAM GAFFARY, 

Mohandes-el-Mamalek, minister of Public Works to His 
Majesty the Shah of Persia, 

1903, Mar. 17. (Honorary) His Excellency FATHULLAH KHAN 
HALAR AFKHAM, governor of Enzeli, in recognition of 
services rendered to the special mission to His Majesty the 
Shah of Persia. 



394 ST. MICHAEL AND ST. GEORGE 

1903, June 26. GEORGE RUTHVEN LE HUNTE, M.A., governor of the 
State of South Australia. 

1903, June 26. WILLIAM HENRY MILTON, senior administrator of 
the Protectorate of Southern Rhodesia. 

1903, June 26. DANIEL MORRIS, D.Sc., M.A., Imperial com- 
missioner of Agriculture for the West Indies. 

1903, June 26. The Hon. ALFRED JEROME CADMAN, member of the 
Legislative Council of the Colony of New Zealand and late 
minister for railways in that Colony. 

1903, June 26. PATRICK MANSON, LL.D., M.D., F.R.S., medical 
adviser to the Colonial Office, for special services in con- 
nection with Tropical Diseases. 

1903, June 26. VICTOR ARTHUR WELLINGTON DRUMMOND, His 
Majesty's minister resident at the Courts of Munich and 
Stuttgart, on retirement from the Diplomatic Service. 

1903, June 26. ALFRED SHARPE, His Majesty's commissioner, com- 
mander-in-chief and consul general for the British Central 
Africa Protectorate. 

1903, Nov. 9. The Hon. AUGUSTUS CHARLES GREGORY, formerly 

surveyor general of Queensland, member of the Legislative 
Council of that State. 

1904, Mar. 26. Rt. Hon. CHARLES HARDINGE, ambassador designate 

to the emperor of Russia. 

1904, June 24. Hon. GEORGE MORRIS SUTTON, prime minister and 
treasurer of Natal. 

1904, June 24. WILLIAM SHELFORD, Esq., member of the Institute 
of Civil Engineers, consulting engineer for West African 
Railways. 

1904, June 24. The Hon. JOHN FROST, member of the House of" 
Assembly of the Cape of Good Hope. 

1904, June 24. WILLIAM HOOD TREACHER, resident general for the 
Federated States of the Malay Peninsula. 

1904, June 24. The Hon. GEORGE ALEXANDER DRUMMOND, presi- 
dent of the Bank of Montreal, Canada. 



K. C. M. G 395 

1904, June 24. JOHN NEWELL JORDAN, minister resident in Korea. 

1904, June 24. ROBERT EDWARD BREDON, Esq., deputy inspec. gen. 
of the Chinese Imperial Maritime Customs. 

1904, June 24. R. Adm. RICHARD MASSIE BLOMFIELD, controller 
general of the Egyptian ports and lighthouses. 

1904, June 24. FRANCIS EDMUND HUGH ELLIOT, envoy extra- 
ordinary and minister plenipotentiary at Athens. 

1904, Sept. 6. Brevet Lieut. Col. (local Brig. Gen.) WILLIAM HENRY 
MANNING, inspec. gen. of the King's African Rifles (for 
services during the operations in Somaliland). 

1904, Nov. 9. JOHN PICKERSGILL RODGER, governor and commander- 
in-chief of the Gold Coast Colony. 

1904, Nov. 9. WILLIAM GREY- WILSON, governor and commander- 
in-chief of the Bahama Islands. 

1904, Nov. 9. ERNEST BICKHAM SWEET-ESCOTT, governor and com- 
mander-in-chief of British Honduras. 

1904, Nov. 9. THOMAS EKINS FULLER, agent-general in London for 
the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope. 

1904, Nov. 9. V. Adm. REGINALD NEVILLE CUSTANCE. 



flfcost Eminent rber of the 
5nbian Empire. 



The Most Eminent Order of the 
Indian Empire. 



GRAND MASTERS 

And (by virtue thereof) First and Principal Knights Grand 

Commanders. 

See the list of Viceroys of India, supra p. 305, from 1887 onwards. 



KNIGHT COMMANDERS INDIAN EMPIRE (K.C.I.E.). 

Original Knights on the first enlargement of the Order, 
1887, Feb. 15th. 



1887, Feb. 15. Gen. Sir FREDERICK SLEIGH ROBERTS, bart., Y.C., 
commander-in-chief in India. 

1887, Feb. 15. Hon. EDMUND DRUMMOND, late member of the 
Council of the secretary of state for India. 

1887, Feb. 15. .Sir ALFRED COMYNS LYALL, Bengal Civil Service, 
lieut. gov. of the North-West Provinces and chief com- 
mander of Oudh. 

1887, Feb. 15. ROBERT ANSTRUTHER DALYELL, member of the 
Council of the secretary of state for India. 

1887, Feb. 15. MAXWELL MELVILL, Bombay Civil Service, member 
of the Council of the governor of Bombay. 

1887, Feb. 15. Maj. Gen. ALEXANDER CUNNINGHAM, R.E. 
1887, Feb. 15. THAKUR SAHEB BHAGWUT SINGH, of Gondal. 

1887, Feb. 15. RANA SHANKAR BAKSH SINGH, Bahadur, additional 
member of the Council of the viceroy and gov. gen. of 
India for making Laws and Regulations. 

1887, Feb. 15. DIETRICH BRANDIS, late inspec. gen. of forests in 
India. 

1887, Feb. 15. Sir MONIER WILLIAMS BODEN, professor of Sanskrit 
in the University of Oxford. 

26 



4 oo INDIAN EMPIRE 

1887, Feb. 15. Maharaja PASUPATI ANANDA GAJAPATI RAZ of 
Yizianagram. 

1887, Feb. 15. ALEXANDER MEADOWS RENDEL, consulting engineer 
to the India Office. 

1887, Feb. 15. DONALD CAMPBELL MACNABB, late Bengal Civil Service 
and Commissioner at Peshawur. 

1887, Feb. 15. ISTawab MUNIR-UD-DAULA SALAR JUNG, Bahadur, 
prime minister of Hyderabad. 

1887, Feb. 15. Sir GEORGE CHRISTOPHER MOLESWORTH BIRDWOOD, 
M.D., special assistant in the Statistics and Commerce 
Department of the India Office. 

1887, Feb. 15. His Highness RAJA RANJIT SINGH, of Rutlam. 

1887, Feb. 15. Surg. Gen. BENJAMIN SIMPSON, M.D., sanitary com- 
missioner and surg. gen. with the Government of India. 

1887, Feb. 15. ALBERT JAMES LEPPOC CAPPEL, direc. gen. of the 
Telegraph Department of the Government of India. 

1887, Feb. 15. ISTawab ALI KADIR SAYID HUSON ALI, Bahadur of 
Moorshidabad. 

1887, Feb. 15. Maharaja LACHMESSUR SINGH, Bahadur, of Darb- 
hanga. 

1887, Feb. 15. BAPU SAHIB AVAR, commander-in-chief, Gwalior. 

1887, Feb. 15. DONALD MACKENZIE WALLACE, private secretary to 
the viceroy and gov. gen. of India. 

1887, Feb. 15. ALFRED WOODLEY CROFT, director of Public Instruc- 
tion, Bengal. 

1887, Feb. 15. BRADFORD LESLIE, agent to the East Indian Railway 
Company. 



G. C- I. E. 401 

KNIGHT GRAND COMMANDERS INDIAN EMPIRE 

(G.C.I.E.). 

On the second enlargement of the Order, 1887, June 21. 

1887, June 21. FREDERICK (TEMPLE-BLACKWOOD, afterwards Hamil- 
ton-Temple-Blackwood), earl of Dufferin, afterwards 
marquess of Dufferin and Ava, ex officio as Grand Master of 
the Order. 

1887, June 21. (Extra) F. Marsh. H.R.H ALBERT EDWARD, the 
prince of Wales. 

1887, June 21. (Extra) V. Adm. H.R.H. ALFRED ERNEST ALBERT, 
duke of Edinburgh. 

1887, June 21. (Extra) Maj. Gen. H.R.H. ARTHUR WILLIAM 
PATRICK ALBERT, duke of Connaught and Strathearn. 

1887, June 21. (Extra) F. Marsh. H.R.H. GEORGE WILLIAM 
FREDERICK CHARLES, duke of Cambridge. 

1887, June 21. The Rt. Hon. DONALD JAMES (MACKAY), lord Reay, 
governor of the Presidency of Bombay. In celebration of 
the 50th year of the queen's reign. 

1887, June 21. The Rt. Hon. ROBERT (BOURKE), 1st lord Connemara, 
governor of the Presidency of Madras (same occasion). 

1887, June 21. Gen. Sir FREDERICK SLEIGH ROBERTS, bart., V.C., 
commander-in-chief in India (same occasion). 

1887, June 30. His Highness MAHARAO KHENGARJI, Bahadur Rao 

of Kutch. 

1888, Feb. 23. Maharaja NRIPENDRA NARAYAN BHUP, Bahadur of 

Cooch Behar. 

1888, Dec. 10. HENRY CHARLES KEITH (PETTY-FITZMAURICE), 5th 
marquess of Lansdowne, ex officio as Grand Master. 

1890, May 21. The Rt. Hon. GEORGE ROBERT CANNING (HARRIS), 
4th lord Harris, governor of the Presidency of Bombay. 

1890, May 21. His Highness the Nawab of Junagarh. 
1890, May 21. His Highness the Nawab of Tonk. 



402 INDIAN EMPIRE 

1890, May 21. The Nawab SAIYID SIR HASSAN ALI, Khan, Bahadur 

of Murshidabad (Nawab All Kadir Sayid Husan Ali, 
Bahadur, of Murshidabad). 

1891, Jan. 24. Rt. Hon. BEILBY (LAWLEY), 5th lord Wenlock, gov. 

of the Presidency of Madras. 

1891, May 30. His Highness MIR ALI MURAD KHAN, Talpur of 

Khairpur. 

1892, Jan. 1. His Highness Maharaja ADHIRAJ SARDUL SINGH 

Bahadur, Maharaja of Kishengarh. 

1892, May 25. Sir JAMES BROAD WOOD LYALL, Bengal Civil Service, 
late lieut. gov. of the Punjab. 

1892, May 25. Maharaja Mirza Sir PUSAPATI ANANDA Gu JAP ATI RAZ 
MANI, Sultan Bahadur Goru, Zamindar of Yizianagram. 

1892, Aug. 2. Sir THOMAS LAWRENCE SECCOMBE. 

1893, Mar. 6. Maj. Gen. Sir GEORGE STEWART WHITE, V.C. 

1894, Jan. 27. VICTOR ALEXANDER (BRUCE), 9th earl of Elgin, 

ex officio as Grand Master. 

1894, Aug. 10. H.H. BEGLAR BEGI MIR MAHMUD, Khan of Khelat. 

1895, Feb. 25. WILLIAM (MANSFIELD), 2nd lord Sandhurst, governor 

of the Presidency of Bombay. 

1896, Jan. 1. Rt. Hon. Sir ALFRED COMYNS LYALL, member of the 

Council of India. 

1896, Mar. 16. Sir ARTHUR ELIBANK HAVELOCK, governor of the 

Presidency of Madras. 

1897, Jan. 1. Maj. Gen. Sir OWEN TUDOR BURNE. 

1897, June 22. His Highness Sir BHANWAR PAL DEO Bahadur 
Yadukul Chandra Bhal, Maharaja of Karauli. 

18'97, June 22. His Highness FAIZ MUHAMMAD Khan, Talpur, Mir 
of Khairpur in Sind. 

1897, June 22. Sir LACHHMESHWAR SINGH, Bahadur, Maharaja of 
Darbhanga. 

1897, June 22. His Highness Sir BHAGWUT SINGH Thakur Saheb 
Sagrami of Gondal. Invested Oct. 8. 



G. C. I. E. 403 

1897, June 22. Gen. CRAWFORD TROTTER CHAMBERLAIN. 
1897, July 31. H.H. WAGHJI, Thakur Sahib of Morvi. 

1897, Oct. 15. Et. Hon. Sir GEORGE FAUDEL-PHILLIPS, bart. 

1898, Jan. 1. His Highness Maharaja Sir PRABHU NARAYAN 

SINGH Bahadur of Benares. 

1898, Jan. 1. His Highness Sir SHER MUHAMMAD KHAN, Diwan of 

Palanpur. 

1899, Jan. 6. GEORGE NATHANIEL (CURZON), 1st lord Curzon of 

Kedleston, ex officio as Grand Master. 

1900, Feb. 17. HENRY STAFFORD (NORTHCOTE), 1st lord Northcote, 

governor of the Presidency of Bombay (additional). 

1900, May 23. H.H. Saramad-i-Eajaha-i-Hindustan, Raj Eajindra 
Sri Maharaja-dhiraj Sawai Sir MADHA SINGH, Bahadur of 
Jaipur. 

1900, May 23. H.H. Saramad-i-Eajaha-i-Bundelkund, the Maharaja 
Mahindra Sawai Sir PRATAB SINGH, Bahadur of Orchha. 

1900, Dec. 17. (Honorary) His Majesty the Emperor of Korea. 

1900, Dec. 28 [?Dec. 4]. ARTHUR OLIVER YILLIERS (EUSSELL), 

2nd lord Ampthill, governor of the Presidency of Madras 
(additional). 

1901, Jan. 1. Maj. Gen. Sir EDWIN HENRY HAYTER COLLEN, 

military member of the Council of the gov. gen. of India. 

1901, Jan. 1. His Highness Maharao Eaja Sir EAGHUBIR SINGH 
Bahadur, of Bundi. 

1901, July 24. Maj. Gen. Sir ALFRED GASELEE. 

1901, Nov. 9. Gen. Sir ARTHUR POWER PALMER, commander-in- 
chief in India. 

1901, Nov. 9. His Highness Maharao Sir KAISHRI SINGH Bahadur, 

of Sirohi, in Rajputana. 

1902, June 26. His Highness Agha Sultan Sir Muhammad Shah 

AGHA KHAN, of Bombay. 



404 INDIAN EMPIRE 

1902, June 26. Sir HENRY WATERFIELD, secretary in the Financial 

Department of the India Office. 

1903, Jan. 1. His Highness Sri Padinanabha Dasa Yanji Sir Bala 

Rama Varma Kulashekhara Kiritapati Mani Sultan 
Maharaja Raja Rama Raja, Bahadur Shamsher Jang, of 
Travancore (on the occasion of the Durbar). 

1903, Jan. 1. His Highness Farzand-i-Arjumand Akidat-Paiwand 
Daulat-i-Inglishia Barar Bans Sarmur Raja-i-Rajagan Raja 
Sir Hira Singh Malwandar Bahadur, of Nabha (on same 
occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. Sir JOHN WOODBURN, would have been appointed 
G. C.S.I, on the same occasion in recognition of his long and 
distinguished services in India, but he died at Calcutta 1902, 
Nov. 21, being then lieut. gov. of Bengal. 

1903, Nov. 15. H.H. SAIYID FAISAL BIN TURKI, Sultan of Muskat. 

1903, Dec. 12. CHARLES WALLACE ALEXANDER NAPIER (COCHRANE- 

BAILLIE), 2nd lord Lamington [governor of Bombay]. 

1904, June 24. H.H. Nawab Sultan JAHAN, Begum of Bhopal. 



K. C. I. E 405 



KNIGHTS COMMANDERS OF THE INDIAN EMPIRE. 

(From the date of the second enlargement of the Order.) 
1887, June 30. His Highness the Thakore Sahib of Morvi. 
1887, June 30. Sir JASWANT SINGHJI, Thakur Sahib of Limri. 

1887, Aug. 17. WILLIAM GERALD SEYMOUR YESEY FITZGERALD, 

political aide-de-camp to the Secretary of State for India. 

1888, Jan. 1. Sir CHARLES ARTHUR TURNER, late chief justice of 

the Madras IJigh Court. 

1888, Jan. 1. Nawab Bushir-ud-Dowlah. Amir-i-Akbar ASMAN JAH 
Bahadur. 

1888, Jan. 1. Nawab Shams-ul-Amara Amir-i-Kabir KHUSHED JAH 
Bahadur, member of the Hyderabad Council of State. 

1888, Jan. 1. EDWIN ARNOLD. 

1888, Jan. 1. Maharajah RADHA PROSAD SING of Dumraon. 

1888, Jan. 1. YINAKERALA YARMA, Elaya Raja of Cochin. 

1888, Mar. 20. ARTHUR NICOLSON, Her Majesty's charge d'affaires 
at Teheran. 

1888, May 24. RAYMOND WEST, Bombay Civil Service, member of 
the Council jf the governor of Bombay. 

1888, May 24. Nawab NAWAZISH ALI Khan. 

1888, May 24. GUILFORD LINDSAY MOLESWORTH, consulting engineer 
to the Government of India for State Railways. 

1888, May 24. FREDERICK RUSSELL HOGG, Bengal Civil Service, 
direc. gen. of the Post Office of India. 



406 INDIAN EMPIRE 

1888, May 24. Sirdar NAOROZ Khan of Kharan. 

1888, May 24. Surg. Gen. WILLIAM JAMES MOORE, surg. gen. with 
the Government of Bombay and honorary surgeon to the 
viceroy of India. 

1888, May 24. Nawab IMAM BAKSH Khan. 
1888, May 24. Sirdar ATAR SING of Bhadour. 

1888, May 24. Raja YELUGOTI-SRI-KRISHNA YACHENDRA, of Yen- 
katagiri (Raja Yelugoti Sri Raja Gopala Yachendralavaru, 
of Yenkatagiri). 

1888, June 28. Maharaja HARENDRA KISHOR SINGH, Bahadoor of 
Bettia. 

1888, June 28. Sir GREGORY CHARLES PAUL. 

1888, June 28. Maharaja NARENDRA KRISNA DEB Bahadoor. 

1889, Jan. 1. Rt. Hon. HENRY MORTIMER DURAND, Bengal Civil 

Service, secretary to the Government of India in the 
Foreign Department. 

1889, Jan. 1. Maharaja KRISHNA PARTAB SAHI, Bahadur, of Hatwa. 

1889, Jan. 1. Sir ARTHUR GEORGE MACPHERSON, secretary in the 
Judicial and Public Department of the India Office. 

1889, Jan. 1. WILLIAM MARKBY, D.C.L., University reader of 
Indian law at Oxford, late judge of the High Court at 
Calcutta. 

1889, Jan. 1. HENRY STUART CUNNINGHAM, late judge of the High 
Court at Calcutta. 

1889, May 25. Maharana SRI WAKHTSINGHJI, Raja of Lunawara. 

1889, May 25. JOHN WARE EDGAR, Bengal Civil Service, chief 

secretary to the Government of Bengal. 

1890, Jan. 1. Sir ROPER LETHBRIDGE, late press commissioner in 

India. 

1890, Jan. 1. Sir GEORGE STEWART WHITE, Y.C. 

1890, May 21. JAMES BELLETT RICKEY, Bombay Civil Service. 



K. C. I. E. 407 

1891, Jan. 1. His Highness PARBHU NARAYAN SINGH, Maharaja 
Bahadur of Benares. 

1891, May 30. CHARLES BRADLEY PRITCHARD, Bombay Civil Service, 

member of the Council of the governor of Bombay. 

1892, Jan. 1. His Excellency ALI KULI, Khan Mukhbar-ud-Dowla, 

of Persia. (Honorary.) 

1892, May 25. TIRAVARUR MUTHUSWAMI AIYAR, one of the Puisne 
Judges, High Court of Judicature, Madras. 

1892, May 25. GRIFFITH HUMPHREY PUGH EVANS, barrister-at-law, 
additional member of the Council of the Viceroy of India 
for making Laws and Regulations. 

1892, May 25. Hon. EDWARD CHARLES KAYLL OLLIVANT, Bombay 
Civil Service, Political Agent and Collector of Stamp 
Revenue, Kathiawar. 

1892, May 25. Sir CHARLES PONTIFEX, late legal adviser and solicitor 
to the secretary of state for India. 

1892, May 25. Sir HENRY HOYLE HOWORTH, M.P. 

1892, Aug. 15. Sir HENRY SEYMOUR KING. 

1893, Jan. 2. His Highness SHER MAHOMED KHANJI JORAWAR 

KHANJI LOHANI, Dewan of Pahlanpur. 



1893, Jan. 2. Mir Jam ALI KHAN, Jam of Las Bela. 

1893, Jan. 2. Maj. Gen. EDWIN HENRY HAYTER COLLEN, Indian 
Staff Corps, Secretar; 
Military department. 



Staff Corps, Secretary to the Government of India in the 
d( 



1893, Jan. 2. Raja AMIR HASSAN, Muhammad Bahadur, of 
Mahmoodabad. 

1893, Jan. 2. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM BRERETON HUDSON, commandant 
of the Behar Light Horse. 

1893, June 3. Lieut. Gen. THOMAS EDWARD GORDON, Indian Staff 
Corps. 

1893, June 3. Lieut. Gen. EDWARD CHARLES SPARSHOTT WILLIAMS, 
R.E. 



408 INDIAN EMPIRE 

1893, June 3. Sardar ASAD KHAN, of Sarawan. 

1893, June 3. JOHN LAMBERT, commissioner of police, Calcutta. 

1893, Aug. 31. (Honorary) Monsieur LEONEMILE CLEMENT THOMAS, 

gouverneur des establishments frangais dans L'Inde. 

1894, Jan. 1. His Highness the Maharao Raja of Bundi. 
1894, Jan. 1. His Highness the Maharaja of Karauli. 
1894, Jan. 1. His Highness the Maharaja of Orchha. 

1894, Jan. 1. Prince JEHAN KADER MIRZA BAHADUR, of Oudh. 

1894, Jan. 1. Col. JOHN CHARLES ARDAGH, private secretary to His 
Excellency the viceroy. 

1894, Jan. 1. Col. lord WILLIAM LESLIE DE LA POER BERESFORD,. 
V.C., military secretary to His Excellency the viceroy. 

1894, Jan. 1. JAMES LYLE MACKAY. 

1895, Jan. 1. Eaja SUDHAL Deo of Bamra. 

1895, Jan. 1. Col. HENRY EAVENSHAW THUILLIER, E.E., surveyor 
general of India. 

1895, Jan. 1. Nawab Sidi Ahmad Khan Sidi Ibrahim Khan of 
Janjira. 

1895, Jan. 1. Eaja Sri Eao Yencatesveta Chalapati [Yentaka 
Svetachalapati] Eanga Eao Bahadur of Bobbili. 

1895, May 25. WILLIAM EGBERT BROOKE, late direc. gen. of tele- 
graphs in India. 

1895, May 25. H.H. Maharaja PARTAB NARAYAN SINGH of 
Ajudhya. 

1895, May 25. Maharaja EAVENESHWAR PRASAD SINGH BAHADUR, 
of Gidhaur. 

1895, May 25. Sirdar Krishna Eao BAPU SAHEB JADU. 

1895, Aug. 12. Lieut. Col. ADELBERT CECIL TALBOT, Indian Staff 
Corps. 



K. C. I. E. 409 

1896, Jan. 1. Nawab Secundar Jung Ikbal-ud-Dowlah, Iktadar-ul- 
Mulk, Vikar-ul-Umara, Bahadur, prime minister to His 
Highness the Nizam of Hyderabad. 

1896, Jan. 1. (Extra) Maj. Gen. THOMAS DENNEHY, Bengal Army 

(retired) . 

1897, Jan. 1. His Highness Maharaja SAWAI RANJOR SINGH, 

Bahadur of Ajaigarh. 

1897, June 22. HENRY WILLIAM BLISS. 

1897, June 22. Nawab AMIR-UD-DIN AHMAD KHAN, Bahadur, chief 
of Loharu. 

1897, June 22. Col. WILLIAM SINCLAIR SMITH BISSET, Royal 
Engineers, secretary to the Government of India in the 
Public Works Department. 

1897, June 22. Maj, Gen. EDWARD STEDMAN, Indian Staff Corps. 
1897, June 22. JOHN JARDINE, Indian Civil Service (retired). 

1897, June 22. R. Adm. JOHN HEXT, Royal Navy (retired), director 
of the Royal Indian Marine. 

1897, June 22. MANCHERJEE MERWANJEE BHOWNAGGREE. 

1897, June 22. Col. THOMAS HUNGERFORD HOLDICH, Royal Engineers. 

1897, June 22. JAMES MACNABB CAMPBELL, Indian Civil Service. 

1897, June 22. Munawwar ALI MUHAMMAD, Khan Bahadur, prince 
of Arcot. 

1897, June 22. GEORGE WILLIAM ALLEN. 

1897, June 22. Nawab Bahadur KHWAJA AHSAN-ULLA, of Dacca. 

1898, Jan. 1. Hon. Baba, KHEM SINGH BEDI, of Kallar. 
1898, Jan. 1. Brig. Surg. Lieut. Col. GEORGE KING. 

1898, Jan. 1. ARTHUR WILSON, legal adviser and solicitor, Indian 
Office. 

1898, Jan. 11. Hon. Sir FRANCIS WILLIAM MACLEAN, knt., Q.C.. 
chief justice of the High Court of Justice, Calcutta. 



410 INDIAN EMPIRE 

1898, May 21. His Highness Aga Sultan Muhammad SHAH AGA 
Khan. 

1898, May 21. Col. ROBERT WARBURTON, Indian Staff Corps. 
1898, Dec. 31. ANDREW WINGATE, Indian Civil Service. 

1898, Dec. 31. H.H. KUNWAR HARNAM SINGH, Ahluwalia of 
Kapurthala. 

1898, Dec. 31. Maj. Gen. GERALD DE COURCY MORTON. 

1898, Dec. 31. Maj. Gen. GEORGE CORRIE BIRD, Indian Staff 
Corps. 

1900, Jan. 1. EDWARD SPENCE SYMES, Indian Civil Service, chief 
secretary to the Government of Burma. 

1900, Jan. 1. S. SUBRAMANIYA AIYAR, Dewan Bahadur, puisne 
judge of the High Court of Judicature at Fort St. George. 

1900, May 23. Sahib-Zada Muhammad OBEIDULLAH Khan, minister 

of Tonk, in Rajputana. 

1901, Jan. 1. ALEXANDER FREDERICK DOUGLAS CUNNINGHAM, Indian 

Civil Service. 

1901, Jan. 1. HENRY EVAN MURCIIISON JAMES, Indian Civil Service. 

1901, Jan. 1. (Honorary) His Excellency Col. EDUARDO AUGUSTO 
RODRIGUES GALHARDO, gov. gen. of Portuguese India. 

1901, July 24. Maj. His Highness Maharaja Raj Rajeshwar 
Siromani, Sri Gunga Singh, Bahadur of Bikanir. 

1901, Nov. 9. Nawab SHAHBAZ KHAN, Bugti of Baluchistan. 

1901, Nov. 9. JAMES GEORGE SCOTT, deputy commissioner in 
Burma. 

1901, Nov. 9. Raja JANG Bahadur Khan of Nanpara, in the 

Bahraich District of Oudh. 

1902, June 26. (Honorary) His Excellency Mukhtsar-ed-Dowleh 

Husein Kuli Khan Mukhber-ul-Mulk, Persian minister of 
telegraphs. 



K. C. I. E. 4 

1902, June 26. His Highness Maharaja-Dhiraj Sipahdar-ul-Mulk 
Mulkhan Singh Bahadur, of Charkhari, in Bundelkhand. 

1902, June 26. Maharaja RAMESHWAR SINGH BAHADUR, of Darb- 
hanga. 

1902, June 26. THOMAS HIGHAM, secretary to the Government of 
India in the Public Works Department, Irrigation, etc., 
branch. 

1902, June 26. Col. SAMUEL SWINTON JACOB, Indian Staff Corps. 

1902, Sept. 23. WILLIAM HUTT CURZON WYLIE. 

1903, Jan. 1. Sir LAWRENCE HUGH JENKINS, chief justice of the 

High Court of Judicature at Bombay (on the occasion of the 
Durbar). 

1903, Jan. 1. HERBERT THIRKELL WHITE, Indian Civil Service, 
chief judgfe of the Chief Court of Lower Burma (same 
occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. CHARLES LEWIS TUPPER, Indian Civil Service, 
financial commissioner of the Punjab and a member of the 
Council of the lieut. gov. of the Punjab for making Laws 
and Kegulations (same occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. Surg. Gen. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, Indian Medical 
Service, hon. physician to the King, direc. gen. Indian 
Medical Service, and sanitary commissioner with the 
Government of India (same occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. FREDERICK AUGUSTUS NICHOLSON, Indian Civil 
Service, first member of the Board of Revenue, Madras, and 
an additional member of the Council of the governor of Fort 
St. George for making Laws and Regulations (same occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. ARTHUR UPTON FANSHAWE, Indian Civil Service, 
direc. gen. of the Post Oifice of India (same occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. WALTER ROPER LAWRENCE, Indian Civil Service 
(retired), private secretary to His Excellency the Viceroy of 
India (same occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. JOHN ELIOT, meteorological reporter to the Govern- 
ment of India and direc. gen. of Indian Observatories (same 
occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. Raja Dhiraj NAHAR SINGH, of Shahpura, in Raj- 
putana (same occasion). 



412 INDIAN EMPIRE 

1903, Jan. 1. GANGADHAR BAG GANESH, alias BALA SAHIB PATWAR- 
DHAN, chief of Miraj (senior branch) in the Southern 
Mahratta Country (same occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. Sardar GHAUS BAKHSH, RAISANI, the premier chief of 
the Sarawans, Baluchistan (same occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. Maharaja HARBALLABH NARAYAN SINGH Bahadur of 
Sonbursa, Bengal (same occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. Maharaja PESHKAR KISHN PARSHAD, minister to His 
Highness the Nizam of Hyderabad (same occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. PURNA NARASINGHARAO KRISHNA MURTI, Dewan of 
Mysore (same occasion). 

1903, Jan. 1. Maharaja GODE NARAYANA GAJAPATI RAO, of Vizaga- 
patam (same occasion). 

1903, Nov. 15. (Honorary) H.H. SAIYID FAISAL BIN TURKI, sultan 

of Muskat. 

1904, Jan. 1. Maj. Gen. Sir EDMOND ROCHE ELLES, Royal Artillery, 

an ordinary member of the Council of the gov. gen. of India. 

1904, Jan. 1. SARDAR SULTAN JAN SADDOZAI, lately extra assistant 
commissioner, headquarters, Kohat. 

1904, Mar. 25. Sir HENRY THOBY PRINSEP, knt., judge of the High 
Court, Calcutta. 

1904, June 24. PHIROZSHAH MERWANJI MEHTA, additional member 
of the Council of the governor of Bombay for making Laws 
and Regulations. 

1904, June 24. Col. BUCHANAN SCOTT, R.E., mint master, Calcutta. 

1904, June 24. Col. JOHN WALKER OTTLEY, R.E., president of the 
Royal Indian Engineering College, Cooper's Hill. 

1904, June 24. Raja JASWANT SINGH, Bahadur of Sailana, Central 
India. 



IRo^al IDictorian rber. 



Royal Victorian Chain. 



A Personal Decoration created by King Edward VII., and given by 
His Majesty to Sovereigns, Princes, and other Royal Personages, 
as also to a few eminent British Subjects. 

It does not form part of the Royal Victorian Order. 

Alphabetical List of those to whom His Majesty has given the 
Royal Victorian Chain. 



1902, Aug. 10. ARGYLL, duke of, K.T., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O. 

1904, Aug. 16. AUSTRIA, His Imperial Majesty the emperor of, king 
of Hungary, K.G. 

1902, Aug. 9. CONNAUGHT, Field Marsh. His Royal Highness the 

duke of, K.G., K.T., K.P., G.C.B., G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G., 
G.C.I.E., G.C.V.O. 

1903, Jan. 1. CURZON OF KEDLESTON, His Excellency lord (Viceroy 

of India), G.M.S.I., G.M.I.E. 

1904, Apr. 8. DENMARK, His Majesty the king of, KG., G.C.B. 

1902, Aug. 9. DENMARK, His Royal Highness the crown prince of, 
K.G., G.C.B., G.C.V.O. 

1902, Aug. 9. DENMARK, His Royal Highness prince Christian 
Frederick Charles George Waldemar Axel of, G.C.B., 
G.C.V.O. 

1902, Aug. 11. FIFE, duke of, K.T., G.C.V.O. 

1902, Nov. 9. GERMAN EMPEROR AND KING OF PRUSSIA, His Imperial 
Majesty the, K.G., G.C.V.O. 

1902, Aug. 10. HESSE, His Royal Highness the grand duke of, K.G., 
G.C.B. 

27 



416 ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER 

1903, Nov. 18. ITALY, His Majesty the king of, KG. 
1902, Nov. 19. PORTUGAL, His Majesty the king of, KG. 

1904, June. PRUSSIA, His Imperial and Eoyal Highness the crown 

prince of. 

1902, Aug. 9. PRUSSIA, His Royal Highness prince Henry of, KG., 
G.C.B. 

1904, Aug. 25. RUSSIA, His Imperial Majesty the emperor of, KG. 

1902, Aug. 10. ScHLESwiG-HoLSTEiN, General His Royal Highness 
prince Christian of, KG., G.C.Y.O. 

1902, Aug. 9. SPARTA, His Royal Highness the duke of, G.C.B. 

1902, Aug. 9. WALES, V. Adm. His Royal Highness the prince of, 
KG., KT, K.P., G.C.M.G., G.C.Y.O. 



The Royal Victorian Order. 

Sovereigns : 

QUEEN VICTORIA. 
KING EDWARD VII. 



Knights Grand Cross. 
1896, May 6. F. Marsh. H.R.H. ALBERT EDWARD, prince of Wales. 

1896, May 6. Gen. H.R.H. ARTHUR WILLIAM PATRICK ALBERT, 
duke of Connaught and of Strathearn. 

1896, May 25. WILLIAM JOHN ARTHUR CHARLES JAMES (CAVENDISH- 
BENTINCK), 6th duke of Portland, master of the Horse. 

1896, May 25. SIDNEY (HERBERT), 31st earl of Pembroke and 
Montgomery, lord steward of the Household. 

1896, May 25. Rt. Hon. CHARLES JOHN (CoLviLLE),lord, afterwards 
1st viscount Colville, of Culross, chamberlain to H.R.H. the 
princess of Wales. Died 1903, July 1. 

1896, May 25. Gen. Sir DIGHTON MACNAGHTEN PROBYN, comptroller 
and treasurer of the Household to H.R.H. the prince of 
Wales. 

1896, July 7. WILLIAM (THOMPSON), lord Kelvin. 

1897, Jun 30. Capt. H.R.H. GEORGE FREDERICK ERNEST ALBERT, 

duke of York, Royal Navy, afterwards prince of Wales. 

1897, June 30. F. Marsh. H.R.H. GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK 
CHARLES, duke of Cambridge. Died 1904, Mar. 17. 

1897, June 30. H.H. prince ALBERT JOHN CHARLES FREDERICK 
ALFRED GEORGE, of Schleswig-Holstein. 

1897, June 30. H.H. FRANCIS, 1st duke of Teck. Died 1900, 
Jan. 20. 

1897, June 30. Gen. RICHARD WILLIAM PENN (CURZON-HOWE), 
4th earl Howe. Died 1900, Sept. 25. 



418 ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER 

1897, June 30. WILLIAM HENRY (EDGCUMBE), 4th earl of Mount 

Edgcumbe, formerly lord chamberlain and lord steward 
to queen Victoria. 

1898, Sept. 8. H.S.H. EMICH EDWARD CHARLES, hereditary prince 

of Leiningen. 

1898, Dec. 8. Maj. H.H. prince CHRISTIAN VICTOR ALBERT Louis 

ERNEST ANTHONY, of Schleswig-Holstein, King's Royal 
Rifle Corps. Died 1900, Oct. 29. 

1899, May 24. H.R.H. ALFRED ERNEST ALBERT, reigning duke of 

Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (duke of Edinburgh). Died 1900, 
July 30. 

1899, May 24. H.E.H. prince ARTHUR FREDERICK PATRICK 

ALBERT, of Connaught and Strathearn. 

1900, May 7. Lieut. Gen. Sir GEORGE STEWART WHITE, on his 

return from active service in South Africa. 

1900, Sept. 19. JOHN ADRIAN Louis (HOPE), 7th earl of Hopetoun, 

Afterwards marquess of Linlithgow, governor general of 
Australia, late lord chamberlain to queen Victoria. 

1901, Jan. 22. Gen. H.R.H. prince FREDERICK CHRISTIAN CHARLES 

AUGUSTUS, of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg- Augustenburg, 
one of the personal aides-de-camp to queen Victoria. 

1901, Jan. 27. H.S.H. ADOLPHUS CHARLES ALEXANDER ALBERT 
EDWARD GEORGE PHILIP Louis LADISLAUS, 2nd duke of Teck, 
capt. 1st Life Guards. 

1901, Feb. 1. V. Adm. Sir JOHN BEGIN ALD THOMAS FULLERTON, 
groom in waiting to king Edward VII. 

1901, Feb. 2. Capt. H.S.H. prince Louis (LuowiG ALEXANDER) of 
Battenberg. 

1901, Feb. 2. JOHN DOUGLAS SUTHERLAND (CAMPBELL), 9th duke of 
Argyll, governor and constable of Windsor Castle. 

1901, Feb. 2. ALEXANDER WILLIAM GEORGE (DUFF), duke of Fife. 

1901, Feb. 2. Col. lord EDWARD WILLIAM PELHAM-CLINTON, late 
master of queen Victoria's Household, groom in waiting to 
king Edward VII. 



G. C. V. O. 419 

1901, Feb. 2. Maj. Gen. Sir JOHN CARSTAIRS McNEiLL, Y.C., 
senior equerry to queen Victoria, extra equerry to king 
Edward VII. Died 1904, May 25. 

1901, Feb. 2. Sir FRANCIS KNOLLYS, afterwards lord Knollys, 
private secretary to the King. 

1901, Feb. 2. Lieut, Col. the Rt. Hon. Sir FLEETWOOD ISHAM 
EDWARDS, extra equerry to the King, keeper of the Privy 
Purse to queen Victoria, 

1901, Feb. 2. Lieut. Col. Sir ARTHUR JOHN BIGGE, on his 
retirement as private secretary to queen Victoria. 

1901, Feb. 2. Sir JAMES REID, bart., M.D., on his retirement as 
resident physician to queen Victoria. 

1901, Mar. 8. F. Marsh. H.H. prince EDWARD (WILLIAM AUGUSTUS 
EDWARD), of Saxe -Weimar. Died 1902, Nov. 16. 

1901, Mar. 8. Rt. Hon. CHARLES (HARBORD), 5th lord Suffield, lord 
in waiting to the King. 

1901, Mar. 8. Adm. Sir MICHAEL CULME-SEYMOUR, bart., first and 
principal aide-de-camp to queen Victoria. 

1901, Mar. 8. Sir FREDERICK AUGUSTUS ABEL, bart., secretary of the 
Imperial Institute. Died 1902, Sept. 6. 

1901, Mar. 8. Adm. Sir CHARLES FREDERICK HOTHAM, commander- 

in-chief at Portsmouth 

1902, May 2. ARTHUR CHARLES (WELLESLEY), 4th duke of 

Wellington, Col. late Grenadier Guards. 

1902, July 22. ROBERT ARTHUR TALBOT (CECIL), 8th marquess of 
Salisbury, in recognition of his long, faithful and valuable 
services to the Crown and the Empire. Died 

1902, Aug. 22. HENRY (FITZALAN-HOWARD), 15th duke of Norfolk, 
earl marshal of England. 

1902, Aug. 22. NATHAN MEYER (ROTHSCHILD), lord Rothschild. 

1902, Aug. 22. HENRY (JAMES), lord James of Hereford, on the 
occasion of the Coronation and of his retirement from the 
office of chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. 

1902, Aug. 22. Sir FRANCIS HENRY LAKING, bart., M.D., physician 
in ordinary to the King. 



420 ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER 

1902, Aug. 22. Maj. Gen. Sir HENRY PETER EWART, crown equerry. 

1902, Aug. 22. Sir ARTHUR EDWARD AUGUSTUS ELLIS, extra 
equerry to the King, and comptroller in the Lord 
Chamberlain's Department. 

1902, Aug. 22. Maj. Gen. Sir STANLEY DE ASTEL CALVERT CLARKE, 
equerry to the King. 

1902, Nov. 9. VICTOR ALBERT FRANCIS CHARLES (SPENCER), 1st 
viscount Churchill, lord in waiting to the King. 

1902, Nov. 9. Gen. FREDERICK AUGUSTUS (THESIGER), 2nd lord 
Chelmsford, gold stick in waiting at the Coronation of 
Edward VII., Col. 2nd Life Guards. 

1902, Nov. 9. HORACE BRAND TOWNSEND (FARQUHAR), 1st lord 
Farquhar, master of the Household. 

1902, Nov. 9. Col. Sir EDWARD RIDLEY COLBORNE BRADFORD, bart., 
commissioner of the Metropolitan Police. 

1902, Nov. 9. Col. Sir EGBERT NIGEL FITZ-HARDINGE KINGSCOTE, 
extra equerry to the King, paymaster of the Household. 

1902, Nov. 9. Adm. Sir HENRY FREDERICK STEPHENSON, extra 
equerry to the King. 

1902, Nov. 9. Maj. Gen. Sir HENRY TROTTER, commanding Home 

District. 

1903, Mar. 31. H.H. the Maharaja of Gwalior, on the occasion of 

the Coronation of Edward VII. Invested by the duke of 
Connaught in India, Jan., 1903. 

1903, Mar. 31. H.H. the Maharaja of Jaipur (same occasion). 
Invested ut supra. 

1903, Mar. 31. H.H. the Maharaja of Kolhapur (same occasion). 
Invested ut supra. 

1903, Apr. 21. Gen. Sir CHARLES MANSFIELD CLARKE, bart., governor 
and commander-in-chief of Malta (during His Majesty's 
visit to Malta). 

1903, Apr. 21. Adm. Sir COMPTON EDWARD DOMVILE, commanding- 
in-chief in the Mediterranean (same occasion). 



G. C. V. O. 421 

1903, Apr. 27. The Et. Hon. Sir FRANCIS LEVESON BERTIE, ambassa- 
dor extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary at Rome 
(during His Majesty's visit to Italy). 

1903, May 4. The Et. Hon. Sir EDMUND JOHN MONSON, ambassador 
extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary in Paris (during 
King Edward VIL's visit to Paris). 

1903, June 30. Sir ALBERT WILLIAM WOODS, garter principal king 
of Arms. For services in connexion with the preparation 
of warrants, etc., of the Royal Victorian Order. Died 1904, 
Jan. 7. 

1903, Aug. 11. CHARLES STEWART (VANE-TEMPEST-STEWART), 6th 
marquess of Londonderry, president of the Board of 
Education (on the occasion of king Edward VII.'s visit to 
Ireland). 

1903, Aug. 11. WILLIAM HUMBLE (WARD), 3rd earl of Dudley, lord 
lieutenant of Ireland (same occasion). 

1903, Oct. 9. Et. Hon. Sir FRANCIS EICHARD PLUNKETT, ambassador 
and minister plenipotentiary at Vienna (on the occasion of 
king Edward VII.'s visit to Austria). 

1903, Nov. 9. EICHARD GEORGE PENN (CuRzoN-HowE), 5th earl 

Howe, lord chamberlain to Her Majesty Queen Alexandra. 

1904, Jan. 23. The most Reverend and Et. Hon. EANDALL THOMAS 

DAVIDSON, D.D., archbishop of Canterbury. 

1904, Feb. 10. H.E.H. prince ALEXANDER AUGUSTUS FREDERICK 
WILLIAM ALFRED GEORGE, of Teck (on his marriage with 
princess Alice of Albany). 



1904, July 1. Et. Hon. Sir FRANK CAVENDISH LASCELLES, His 
Majesty's ambassador 
VII/s visit to Kiel). 



Majesty's ambassador, Berlin (on the occasion of Edward 



1904, Nov. 9. CHARLES HENRY (GORDON-LENNOX), 12th duke of 
Eichmond and Gordon, A.D.C., col. 3rd Battalion Eoyal 
Sussex Eegiment. 

1904, Nov. 21. Sir MARTIN LE MARCHANT HADSLEY GOSSELIN, 
envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to 
Portugal (on the occasion of the visit of the king and 
queen of Portugal to England). 



KNIGHTS GEAND CEOSS (HONOEAEY). 



1896, May 8. Monsieur ARSENE HENRY, prefet des Alpes Maritimes 
(on the occasion of the Queen's visit to Cimiez, Nice). 

1896, June 30. Count HILARION VORONTSOV DASHKOV, minister of the 
Imperial [Eussian] Court, adj. gen. and gen. of Cavalry. 
On the occasion of the emperor of Eussia 7 s Coronation. 

1896, June 30. Gen. OTTO DE EICHTER, commandant of the Imperial 
[Eussian] Headquarters, gen. adj. and gen. of Infantry 
(same occasion). 

1896, June 30. Count CONSTANTINE PAHLEN, secretary of state and 
actual privy counsellor and arch grand marshal [of Eussia] 
(same occasion). 

1896, June 30. Prince ALEXIS DOLGOROUKY, grand master of the 
ceremonies [Eussia] (same occasion). 

1896, June 30. Maj. Gen. Prince DMITRI GALITZIN (Caucasian 
Cossacks of the line), on the staff of H.I.M. the emperor of 
Eussia (same occasion). 

1896, July 21. Count JOACHIM MOLTKE, comptroller and treasurer 
of the household of their Eoyal Highnesses the crown 
prince and crown princess of Denmark, and chamberlain to 
the king of Denmark. On the occasion of the wedding of 
H.E.H. prince Charles, son of the crown prince of Denmark 
with princess Maud. 

1896, Aug. 5. His Excellency Li HUNG CHANG, special envoy from 
China (on the occasion of the emperor of China's mission). 

1896, Oct. 31. Maj. Gen. Count PAUL BENCKENDORF, master of the 

household of H.I.H. the emperor of Eussia (on the occasion 
of the emperor of Eussia's visit to queen Victoria). 

1897, Mar. 6. His Excellency Count GOTZ BURKHARD SECKENDORFF, 

comptroller of the household of the empress Frederick. 

189T, Mar. 26. H.H. NICHOLAS I., prince and Hospodar of 
Montenegro. 



G.C.V.O. (HONORARY) 423 

1897, Mar. 28. Lieut. Gen. EDWARD VON MULLER, inspec. gen. of 
Rifles, Berlin, in attendance on the duke of Connaught 
(on His Royal Highness's visit to Berlin). 

1897, Apr. 26. H.S.H. prince FRANCIS JOSEPH of Battenberg. 

1897, June 30. Count ARTHUR AUGUST VON MENSDORFF-POUILLY. 
Died 1904, Apr. 23. 

1897, July 28. H.M. ALFONSO XIII., king of Spain. 

1898, Aug. 26. Gen. FRANCOIS DE NEGRIER, membre du Conseil 

Superieur de la Guerre ; inspecteur d'Armee (on the occasion 
of the attendance of the duke of Connaught at the French 
Manosuvres). 

1899, Sept. 29. H.R.H. prince FREDERICK LEOPOLD of Prussia. 

1899, Nov. 21. H.I.M. FREDERICK WILLIAM VICTOR ALBERT, the 
emperor William II. of Germany, king of Prussia. 

1899, Nov. 23. Count BERNARD VON BULOW, foreign secretary of 
the German Empire, in attendance on the German emperor 
(on the occasion of the German emperor's visit to queen 
Victoria) . 

1899, Nov. 23. Count AUGUST zu EULENBERG, grand marshal of the 
Court of the German emperor, in attendance on the German 
emperor (same occasion). 

1899, Nov. 23. Gen. HANS VON PLESSEN, gen. of Infantry; aide-de- 
camp gen. of the emperor of Germany and commandant of 
the Headquarters Staff, in attendance on the German 
emperor (same occasion). 

1899, Nov. 23. Adm. Baron GUSTAV VON SENDEN-BIBRAN, adm. 

a la suite of the German emperor and chief of the Marine 
Cabinet, in attendance on the German emperor (same 
occasion). 

1900, Mar. 31. GUSTAVUS ERNEST, count of Erbach-Schonberg, 

col. a la suite of the Grand Ducal Hessian Army. 

1900, Mar. 31. FREIHERR AUGUST VON WOELLWARTH-LAUTERBURG, 
chamberlain and grand marshal of the Court of the king 
of Wurtemberg, col. a la suite of the Army. 



424 ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER 

1900, June 28. H.H. prince ABBAS PACHA, khedive of Egypt (on 
the occasion of His Highness's visit to the queen, at 
Windsor). 

1900, July 16. H.S.H. prince HENRY XXX., of Eeuss. 

1900, Dec. 20. His Excellency Gen. GUSTAV CARL HEINRICH 

FERDINAND EMIL VON ARNIM, a la suite of the Guard, Jager 
Battalion. 

1901, Jan. 18. His Excellency Lieut. Gen. GUSTAV VON KESSEL, 

aide-de-camp gen. of the German emperor (on the occasion 
of the duke of Connaught's visit to Berlin for the 
bicentenary of the foundation of the kingdom of Prussia). 

1901, Jan. 27. H.E.H. LEOPOLD CHARLES EDWARD GEORGE ALBERT, 
duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and duke of Albany. 

1901, Feb. 1. Count PAUL WOLFF METTERNICH, the German 
emperor's ambassador to the Court of St. James's. 

1901, Feb. 2. H.E.H. prince CHARLES (CHRISTIAN FREDERICK 
CHARLES GEORGE YALDEMAR AXEL), of Denmark. 

1901, Mar. 8. H.M. GEORGE I. (CHRISTIAN WILLIAM FERDINAND 
ADOLPHE GEORGEI, king of the Hellenes. 

1901, Mar. 8. H.E.H. FREDERICK (CHRISTIAN FREDERICK WILLIAM 
CHARLES), crown prince of Denmark. 

1901, Mar. 8. His Excellency HUGO FREIHERR VON EEISCHACH, 
marshal of the Court of the empress Frederick of Germany. 

1901, Mar. 8. His Excellency the Count of Ficalho, in attendance 
on the king of Portugal on the occasion of said king attend- 
ing the funeral of queen Yictoria. Died 1903, Apr. 19. 

1901, July 9. H.I.H. Grand Duke MICHAEL MICHAELOWITCH of 
Eussia (on the occasion of his visit to England). 

1901, Aug. 16. H.E.H. prince NICOLAS of Greece (on the occasion 
of his visit to England). 

1901, Oct. 11. H.E.H. prince CHRISTIAN (CHRISTIAN CHARLES 
FREDERICK ALBERT ALEXANDER WILLIAM) of Denmark. 



G. C. V. O. (HONORARY) 425 

1901, Oct. 11. H.E.H. prince HAROLD CHRISTIAN FREDERIC of 
Denmark. 

1901, Oct. 11. H.H. prince JOHN of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg- 
Gliicksburg. 

1901, Oct. 11. Count ALBERT VICTOR JULIUS JOSEPH MICHAEL VON 
MENSDORFF-PouiLLY-DiETRiCHSTEiN, first secretary of the 
Austro-Hungarian Embassy in London. 

1901, Oct. 11. Gen. VON LINDEQUIST, commanding 18th Army Corps 
at Frankfort-on-Maine, aide-de-camp to the German 
emperor. 

1901, Oct. 11. Count VON WEDEL, master of the horse to the German 
emperor. 

1901, Oct. 11. His Excellency Monsieur OSCAR SIEGFRID CHRISTIAN 
O'NEILL OXHOLM, marshal of the Court to the king of 
Denmark (on the occasion of Edward VII.'s visit to 
Copenhagen). 

1901, Oct. 11. His Excellency Monsieur LUDWIG CASTENSKIOLD, 

chamberlain and geheim-konferentsraad to the king of 
Denmark (same occasion). 

1902, May 2. H.B/.H. MAHA VAJIRAVUDH, crown prince of Siam. 

1902, June 6. Lieut. Gen. H.S.H. prince Louis ESTERHAZY, capt. 
of the Hungarian Body Guard, Vienna, military attache to 
the Austro-Hungarian Embassy, London. 

1902, June 6. Duke of ALBA DE TORMES, lord of the Bedchamber to 
Alfonso XIII. and a grandee of Spain (on the occasion of 
the duke of Connaught's visit to Madrid for the enthrone- 
ment of the king of Spain). 

1902, June 6. Duke of SOTOMAYOR, great chamberlain to the king 
of Spain (same occasion). 

1902, Aug. 22. Prince ANDREW of Greece (on the occasion of the 
coronation of king Edward VII.). 

1902, Aug. 22. His Excellency Baron GEORGES DE STAAL (same 
occasion, or on his retirement from the post of ambassador 
from the Czar to the Court of St. James's). 



426 ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER 

1902, Dec. 30. His Excellency Marquis DE SOVERAL, envoy extra- 

ordinary and minister plenipotentiary from Portugal (on 
the occasion of the king of Portugal's visit to Windsor 
Castle). 

1903, Apr. 7. H.R.H. The INFANTE ALPHOXSO, duke of Oporto (on 

the occasion of the visit of king Edward VII. to Portugal). 

1903, Apr. 7. Senor WENCELAU DE LIMA, minister for Foreign 
Affairs [of Portugal] (same occasion). 

1903, Apr. 7. Count TAROUCA, chamberlain to the king of Portugal; 
attached to king Edward VII. (same occasion). 

1903, Apr. 7. Count D'ARNOSO, private secretary to the king of 
Portugal. 

1903, Apr. 27. H.E.H. Prince LUIGI AMEDEO of Savoy, duke 
d'Abruzzi (during king Edward VII.'s visit to Naples). 

1903, Apr. 27. V. Adm. GIOVANNI GALEAZZO FRIGERIO, commander- 
in-chief of the Italian Mediterranean Squadron, Naples 
(same occasion). 

1903, Apr. 30. H.E.H. VITTORIO EMANUELE of Savoy, count of 
Turin (during His Majesty's visit to Rome). 

1903, Apr. 30. H.E.H. Prince TOMMASO of Savoy, duke of Genoa 
(same occasion). 

1903, Apr. 30. His Excellency SIGNOR GIUSEPPE ZANARDELLI, presi- 
dent of the Council, Italy (same occasion). Died 1903, 
Dec. 26. 

1903, Apr. 30. V. Adm. ENRICO CONSTANTINO MORIN, minister for 
Foreign Affairs, Italy (same occasion). 

1903, Apr. 30. His Excellency Gen. EMILTO PONZIO VAGLIA, lord 
steward to the king of Italy (same occasion). 

1903, Apr. 30. His Excellency Count CESARE GIANOTTI, master of 
the household to the king of Italy (same occasion). 

1903, Apr. 30. His Excellency Gen. UGO BRUSATI, first aide-de- 
camp to the king of Italy (same occasion). 

1903, Apr. 30. His Excellency Gen. ETTORE PEDOTTI, commanding 
10th Army Corps, attached to king Edward VII. (same 
occasion). 



G.C.V.O. (HONORARY) 427 

1903, Apr. 30. His Excellency Signer ALBERTO PANSA, Italian 
ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary in London 
(same occasion). 

1903, Apr. 30. DON PROSPERO COLONNA (PRINCIPE DI SONNINO), 
Syndic of Eome (same occasion). 

1903, May 4. His Excellency Monsieur EMILE COMBES, president of 
the Council, France (on the occasion of king Edward VII. 's 
visit to Paris). 

1903, May 4. His Excellency Monsieur THEOPHILE DELCASSE, 
minister of Foreign Affairs, France. 

1903, May 4. His Excellency Monsieur PAUL CAMBON, French 
Ambassador in London (same occasion). 

1903, May 4. Monsieur ALPHONSE DEVILLE, president of the 
Municipal Council of Paris (same occasion). 

1903, May 4. Monsieur JUSTIN DE SELVES, prefect of the Seine 
(same occasion). 

1903, May 4. Monsieur Louis LEPINE, prefect of Police (same 
occasion). 

1903, May 4. Adm. FRANOIS ERNEST FOURNIER, attached to king 
Edward VII. (same occasion). 

1903, May 4. Gen. HENRI DE LA CROIX, attached to king Edward VII. 
(same occasion). 

1903, July 10. Monsieur ABEL COMBARIEU, secretary general and 
chief of the household of M. Loubet, the president of the 
French Eepublic (in connexion with the visit to London 
of the said president of the French Eepublic). 

1903, July 10. Gen. EMILE DUBOIS, chief of the Military Household 
of the said president (same occasion). 

1903, Oct. 9. H.I. & E.H. the archduke LUDWIG VICTOR, of 
Austro-Hungary (on the occasion of king Edward's visit to 
Austria). 

1903, Oct. 9. H.I. & E.H. the archduke LEOPOLD SALVATOR, of 
Austro-Hungary (same occasion). 

1903, Oct. 9. H.I. & E.H. the archduke FRANZ SALVATOR, of 
Austro-Hungary (same occasion). 



428 ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER 

1903, Oct. 9. H.I. & R.H. the archduke RAINER, of Austro- 
Hungaiy (same occasion). 

1903, Oct. 9. His Excellency AGENOR MARIA ADAM, count 
Goluchowski von Goluchowo, minister of the Imperial and 
Royal House and minister for Foreign Affairs, Austria 
(same occasion). 

1903, Oct. 9. H.S.H. Field Marshal RUDOLF, prince von und zu 
Liechtenstein, first lord steward and acting master of the 
Horse to the emperor of Austria (same occasion). 

1903, Oct. 9. ALFRED ADAM WILHELM JOHANN MARIA, prince von 
Montenuovo, second lord steward to the emperor of Austria 
(same occasion). 

1903, Oct. 9. His Excellency EDWARD MARIA NIKOLAUS, count Paar, 
general of Cavalry, senior aide-de-camp to the emperor of 
Austria (same occasion). 

1903, Oct. 9. His Excellency ANTON, baron von Bechtolsheim, gen. 
of Cavalry, capt. of the Trabanten and Infantry Companies 
of the Life Guards, attached to king Edward VII. (same 
occasion). Died 1904, Jan. 25. 

1903, Nov. 21. Signor TOMMASO TITTONI, senator, secretary of state 
for Foreign Affairs, Italy (on the occasion of the visit of 
the king and queen of Italy to Windsor). 

1903, Dec. 29. H.I.H. the grand duke WLADIMIR ALEXANDROWITCH, 

of Russia (on the occasion of the visit of the grand duke and 
duchess Wladimir Alexandrowitch to Windsor). 

1904, Feb. 10. H.S.H. ALEXIS CHARLES ERNEST Louis FERDINAND 

EUGENE BERNHARD, prince Bentheim and Steinfurt (on the 
occasion of the marriage of princess Alice of Albany with 
prince Alexander of Teck). 

1904, Feb. 10. H.S.H. WILLIAM ADOLPHUS MAXIMILIAN CHARLES, 
hereditary prince of Wied (same occasion). 

1904, Feb. 10. H. Excellency HERMANN, baron von Bilfinger, gen. 
aide-de-camp to the king of Wiirtemberg (same occasion). 

1904, Feb. 10. H. Excellency ECK, baron von Reischach, lord 
chamberlain to the queen of Wiirtemberg (same occasion). 



G.C.V.O. (HONORARY) 429 

1904, Mar. 23. Y. Adm. RUDOLPH, count Montecuccoli, represent- 
ing the emperor of Austria (on the occasion of the funeral 
of the duke of Cambridge). 

1904, Apr. 18. H.R.H. prince OSCAR CHARLES WILLIAM, of Sweden, 
Norway, duke of West Gotland (on the occasion of Edward 
VII. 's visit to Copenhagen). 

1904, Apr. 18. H.H. prince ALBERT CHRISTIAN ADOLPHUS CHARLES 
EUGENE, of Schleswig - Holstein - Sonderburg - Glucksburg 
(same occasion). 

1904, Apr. 18. JOHAN HENRIK DEUNTZER, president of the Council 
and member of Foreign Affairs [Denmark] (same occasion). 

1904, Apr. 18. His Excellency CHRISTIAN FREDERICK, count 
Danneskjold-Samsoe (same occasion). 

1904, Apr. 18. H. Excellency FRANTS ERNST BILLE, envoy extra- 
ordinary and minister plenipotentiary from Denmark to 
England (same occasion). 

1904, Apr. 18. FERDINAND MELDAHL, chamberlain to the king of 
Denmark and vice-president of the Royal Academy of Arts, 
Copenhagen (same occasion). 

1904, Apr. 18. Maj. Gen. CHRISTIAN HENRIK ARENDRUP, attached 
to king Edward VII. (same occasion). 

1904, Apr. 21. Prince FRANZ JOSEPH VON AUERSPERG, privy coun- 
cillor and chamberlain to the emperor of Austria (on the 
occasion of the visit of the prince of Wales to Austria). 

1904, Apr. 21. Lieut. Gen. WENZEL FREIHERR KOTZ VON DOBRZ, 
privy councillor and chamberlain to the emperor of Austria 
(same occasion). 

1904, Apr. 28. CONSTANTIN, FREIHERR VON NEURATH, lord chamber- 
lain to the king of Wurtemberg (on the occasion of the visit 
of the prince of Wales to Wurtemberg). 

1904, May 13. His Excellency Baron Dr. JUSTIZRATH AXEL VARN- 
BULER VON UND zu HJEMMiNGEN, councillor of state and 
chamberlain to the king of Wurtemberg (on the occasion of 
his visit to England on a special mission to king Edward VII. 
from the king of Wurtemberg). 



430 ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER 

1904, June 11. Maj. Gen. ANATOL, count Bigot de Saint Quentin, 
chamberlain and privy councillor to the emperor of Austria, 
comptroller to H.I. and R.H. archduke Frederick of Austria 
(on the occasion of said archduke's visit to England). 

1904, July 1. H.R.H. prince WILLIAM EITEL FREDERICK CHRISTIAN 
CHARLES of Prussia (on the occasion of king Edward YII.'s 
visit to Kiel). 

1904, July 1. H.R.H. prince AUGUSTUS WILLIAM HENRY GUNTHER 
VICTOR of Prussia (same occasion). 

1904, July 1. H.R.H. prince OSCAR CHARLES GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS 
of Prussia (same occasion). 

1904, July 1. H.R.H. prince JOACHIM FRANCIS HUMBERT of Prussia 
(same occasion). 

1904, July 1. Adm. HANS Louis RAYMOND VON KOESTER, com- 
mander-in-chief and inspec. gen. of the Imperial German 
Navy (same occasion). 

1904, July 1. Adm. ALFRED VON TIRPITZ, minister of Marine (same 
occasion). 

1904, July 1. Lieut. Gen. FREDERICK WILLIAM CHARLES VON BOCK 
UND POLACH, commanding 9th Army Corps (same occasion). 

1904, July 1. Y. Adm. CHARLES JOHN GEORGE VON EISENDECHER, 
Imperial German Navy (same occasion). 

1904, July 1. Y. Adm. baron ALBERT VON SECKENDORFF, master of 
the Household to prince Henry of Prussia (same occasion). 

1904, July 1. OSWALD SAMUEL CONSTANTINE, baron von Richthofen, 
minister of Foreign Affairs [Germany] (same occasion). 

1904, July 1. y. Adm. WILLIAM GOTTLIEB CHARLES BUCHSEL, chief 
of the staff of the Imperial German Navy (same occasion). 

1904, Sept. 6. H.R.H. FERDINAND MAXIMILIEN CHARLES LEOPOLD 
MARIE, prince of Bulgaria, prince of Saxe-Coburg and 
Gotha. 

1904, Sept. 6. H.S.H. CHARLES JOHN NEPOMUCENE FERDINAND, 
prince Trautmansdorff-Weinsberg. 

1904, Sept. 6. His Excellency TASSILO, count Festetics de Tolna. 



G. C.V. O. (HONORARY) 431 

1904, Sept. 6. His Excellency CHARLES, count Coudenhove, governor 
of Bohemia. 

1904, Sept. 6. His Excellency ERIC Louis FREDERICK CHRISTIAN, 
count Kielmansegg, governor of Lower Austria. 

1904, Nov. 21. H.R.H. MANUEL MARIE PHILIPPE CHARLES AMELIO 
Louis MICHEL RAPHAEL GABRIEL GONZAQUE XAVIER 
FRANCOIS D'ASSISE EUGENE, due de Beja (on the occasion 
of the visit of the king and queen of Portugal to England). 

1904, Nov. 21. ANTONIO EDUARDO VILLACA, minister for Foreign 
Affairs, Portugal (same occasion). 

1904, Nov. 21. DON JOSE MARIA GONCALVES ZARCO DA CAMARA, 
comte da Ribeira Grande, lord chamberlain to the queen of 
Portugal. 

1904, Nov. 21. R. Adm. HERMENGILDO DE BRITO CAPELLO, Royal 
Portuguese Navy, aide-de-camp to the king of Portugal. 



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KNIGHTS COMMANDERS. 



1896, May 25. Col. the Hon. WILLIAM JAMES COLVILLE, master of 
the Ceremonies. Died 1903, Oct. 16. 

1896, Sept. 16. Sir THEODORE MARTIN. 

1897, Jan. 30. Gen. HENRY LYNEDOCH GARDINER, col. commandant 

Royal Horse Artillery, groom in waiting and extra equerry 
to the Queen. 

1897, June 30. Capt. H.S.H. prince ADOLPHUS of Teck, 1st Life 
Guards. 

1897, June 30. Lieut. Gen. DUDLEY CHARLES (Frrz GERALD-DE-ROS), 
24th lord de Ros, late lord in waiting to queen Victoria. 

1897, June 30. Maj. Gen. PAUL SANFORD (METHUEN), 3rd lord 
Methuen, commanding the Home District at the " Diamond 
Jubilee." 

1897, June 30. JOHN EMERICH ACTON (DALBERG-ACTON), 1st lord 
Acton, late lord in waiting to queen Victoria. Died 1902, 
June 19. 

1897, June 30. MONTAGU WILLIAM (LOWRY-CORRY), lord Ilowton. 
Died 1903, Nov. 9. 

1897, June 30. Col. the Hon. HENRY WILLIAM JOHN (BYNG), 
afterwards 4th earl of Straff ord, equerry to the Queen. 
Died 1899, May 16. 

1897, June 30. Maj. Gen. Sir HENRY PETER EWART, crown equerry. 

1897, June 30. Maj. Gen. ARTHUR EDWARD AUGUSTUS ELLIS, 
equerry to the prince of Wales. 

1897, June 30. Maj. Gen. STANLEY DE ASTEL CALVERT CLARKE, 
equerry to the prince of Wales. 

1897, Aug. 24. LUITBERT ALEXANDER GEORGE LIONEL ALPHONSE, 
Freiherr von Pawel-Rammingen. 



K. C. V. O. 433 

1898, Sept. 27. Sir WILLIAM McCoRMACK, bart., surgeon in 
ordinary to the prince of Wales, president of the Royal 
College of Surgeons, in recognition of services in connection 
with the recent accident to the prince of Wales. 

1898, Sept. 27. Sir FRANCIS HENRY LAKING, M.D., surgeon 
apothecary to the prince of Wales (same occasion). 

1898, Dec. 8. Capt. H.S.H. prince FRANCIS JOSEPH LEOPOLD 
FREDERICK of Teck, 1st Royal Dragoons. 

1898, Dec. 8. Sec. Lieut. H.S.H. prince ALEXANDER AUGUSTUS 

FREDERICK WILLIAM ALFRED GEORGE of Teck, 7th (Queen's 
Own) Hussars. 

1899, May 9. R. Adm. JOHN REGINALD THOMAS FULLER-TON, in 

command of the Royal yacht " Victoria and Albert.'' 

1900, Apr. 26. HEBCULES EDWARD (ROWLEY), 4th lord Langford, 

comptroller of the Household of the lord lieut. of Ireland 
(in commemoration of Her Majesty's visit to Ireland). 

1900, Apr. 26. Rt. Hon. Sir DAVID HARREL, under secretary for 
Ireland (same occasion). 

1900, May 24. VICTOR ALBERT FRANCIS CHARLES (SPENCER), 3rd 
lord Churchill of Whichwood, lord in waiting to the Queen. 

1900, Aug. 24. Sir ALEXANDER CONDIE STEPHEN, Her Majesty's 

minister resident at Dresden and Coburg. 

1901, Jan. 1. REGINALD BALIOL (BRETT), 2nd viscount Esher, 

secretary to the Office of Works. 

1901, Feb. 2. MAURICE HOLZMANN, extra groom in waiting to the 
King and secretary to the Duchy of Cornwall. 

1901, Mar. 8. Sir RICHARD DOUGLAS POWELL, bart., M.D., physician 
extraordinary to the King. 

1901, Mar. 8. Sir THOMAS BARLOW, bart., M.D., physician to the 
Household. 

1901, Mar. 8. Sir THOMAS JOHNSTONE LIPTON. 

1901, Mar. 8. Maj. Gen. HENRY TROTTER, commanding the Home 
District. 



434 ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER 

1901, Mar. 19. Sir WILLIAM HENRY BROADBENT, bart., M.D., 
physician in ordinary to the king. 

1901, May 28. HORACE BRAND TOWNSEND (FARQUHAR), 1st lord 
Farquhar, master of the Household. 

1901, May 28. FREDERICK TREVES, for services to the wounded in 
the South African War. 

1901, July 23. Sir THOMAS SMITH, bart., F.R.C.S., honorary serjeant 
surgeon to the king. 

1901, July 23. Sir EDWARD WALTER HAMILTON, assistant secretary 
of the Treasury. 

1901, July 23. Deputy Surg. Gen. HENRY JULIUS BLANC, for 
medical attendance to the King (when Prince of Wales) 
at Cannes. 

1901, July 23. WILLIAM HENRY BENNETT, F.R.C.S., for services 
rendered to the soldiers invalided home from the war in 
South Africa. 

f'~' 

1901, July 23. THOMAS HANBURY. 

1901, Dec. 24. FREDERICK OLIVER (ROBINSON), styled earl de Grey, 
treasurer to H.M. queen Alexandra. 

1901, Dec. 24. Lieut. Col. the Hon. WILLIAM HENRY PEREGRINE 
CARINGTON, equerry to the King, and comptroller and 
treasurer to the prince of Wales. 

1901, Dec. 24. Sir ERNEST JOSEPH CASSEL. 

1901, Dec. 24. Sir DONALD MACKENZIE WALLACE, attached to the 

duke of York's suite as assistant private secretary on the 
occasion of His Royal Highness's visit to the Colonies in 
1901. 

1902, Mar. 14. Y. Adm. THOMAS STURGES JACKSON, superintendent 

of Davenport Dockyard. 

1902, Aug. 22. The Rt. Rev. RANDALL THOMAS DAVIDSON, bishop of 
Winchester (did not receive knighthood), afterwards arch- 
bishop of Canterbury. 

1902, Aug. 22. Sir JAMES CHARLES HARRIS, British consul at Nice. 

1902, Aug. 22. Y. Adm. His Excellency HENRY FELIX WOODS 
PACHA, aide-de-camp to the sultan of Turkey. 



K. C. V. O. 435 

1902, Aug. 22. EGBERT HENRY HOBART, secretary to the Earl 
Marshal at the Coronation of Edward VII. 

1902, Nov. 9. Rt. Hon. Sir JOSEPH COCKFIELD DIMSDALE, bart., 
M.P., lord mayor of London. 

1902, Nov. 9. Sir JOHN JAMES TREVOR LAWRENCE, bart., treasurer 
of St. Bartholomew's Hospital. 

1902, Nov. 9. Sir SYDNEY HEDLEY WATERLOW, bart., late treasurer 
of St. Bartholomew's Hospital. 

1902, Nov. 9. Gen. GODFREY CLERK, groom-in-waiting to His 
Majesty. 

1902, Dec. 30. Maj. Gen. HUGH RICHARD (DAWNAY), 9th viscount 
Downe, for services in South Africa. 

1902, Dec. 30. Sir . JOHN WILLIAMS, bart., M.D., physician- 

accoucheur to H.R/.H. the princess of Wales. 

1903, Mar. 31. Sir HUGH SHAKESPEAR BARNES, Indian Civil Service ; 

secretary to the Government of India, Eoreign Department ; 
lieut. governor designate of Burniah, on the occasion of the 
duke of Connaught's tour in India. 

1903, Apr. 7. Sir MARTIN LE MARCHANT HADSLEY GOSSELIN, envoy 
extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary at Lisbon (on 
the occasion of king Edward VII. 's visit to Lisbon). 

1903, Apr. 13. Sir ARTHUR NICOLSON, bart., envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary at Tangier (on the occasion of 
king Edward VII. 's visit to Gibraltar). 

1903, Apr. 21. Sir JOSEPH CARBONE, chief justice, president of the 
Court of Appeal and vice-president of the Council of 
Government of the Island of Malta (during His Majesty's 
visit to Malta). 

1903, June 30. Sir RICHARD MILLS, late comptroller and auditor 
general. For services as auditor of His Majesty's accounts 
when prince of Wales. 

1903, Aug. 11. V. Adm. lord CHARLES WILLIAM DE LA POER BERES- 
FORD, V. Adm. commanding the Channel Fleet; received 
knighthood (on the occasion of His Majesty's visit to 
Ireland). Knighted by the King at Mount Stewart, 
Co. Down, Ireland, 1903, July 26. 



436 ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER 

1903, Aug. 11. WILLIAM LEE (PLUNKET), 5th lord Plunkett, private 
secretary to the lord lieut. of Ireland (same occasion). 

1903, Aug. 11. WILLIAM (BROWNLOW), 3rd lord Lurgan, state 
steward to the lord lieut. of Ireland (same occasion). 

1903, Aug. 11. Rt. Hon. HORACE CURZON PLUNKETT, vice-president 
of the Department of Agriculture and Technical Instruction, 
Ireland (same occasion). Knighted by the King, 1903, 
Aug. 1, on board the Royal yacht at Queenstown. 

1903, Aug. 11. Rt. Hon. Sir ANTHONY PATRICK MACDONNELL, 
under secretary to the lord lieut. of Ireland (same occasion). 

1903, Aug. 11. V. Adm. Sir ARTHUR KNYVET WILSON, Y.C., com- 
mander- in-chief of the Home Fleet (same occasion). 

1903, Aug. 11. Sir ARTHUR EDWARD VICARS, ulster king of arms 
(same occasion). 

1903, Aug. 11. Col. Sir GERALD RICHARD DBASE, chamberlain to 
the lord lieut. (same occasion). Died 1903, Oct. 18. 

1903, Aug. 11. R. Adm. WILMOT HAWKSWORTH FAWKES, rear 
admiral commanding the Cruizer Squadron. Received the 
honour of knighthood (same occasion). Knighted by the 
King, 1903, Aug. 2, on board the Royal yacht. 

1903, Nov. 9. Gen. lord WILLIAM FREDERICK ERNEST SEYMOUR, 
lieut. of the Tower of London. 

1903, Nov. 9. ALGERNON BERTRAM (FREEMAN-MITFORD), lord 
Redesdale (received the honour of knighthood), formerly 
secretary of the Office of Works. 

1903, Nov. 9. Lieut, gen. ARTHUR LYTTELTON LYTTELTON- 
ANNESLEY, col. of the llth (Prince Albert's Own) Hussars 
(received knighthood). 

1903, Nov. 9. Lieut, col. JOHN LANE HARRINGTON, British diplomatic 
agent and consul general to the Court of Menelik II., king 
of kings of Ethiopia (received knighthood). 

1903, Dec. 29. JAMES THOMAS KNOWLES, Esq., formerly one of the 

governors of the Alexandra Trust. 

1904, Feb. 10. HUGH (GouGH), 3rd viscount Gough, minister resident 

at the Courts of Saxony and Saxe-Coburg Gotha, and charge 
d'affaires at the Court of Waldeck and Pyrmont (on the 
occasion of the marriage of princess Alice of Albany with 
prince Alexander of Teck). Received knighthood. 



K. C. V. O. 437 

1904, Feb. 10. Sir ROBERT HAWTHORN COLLINS, comptroller of the 
Household to H.R.H. the duchess Albany (on same occasion). 

1904, Mar. 23. R. Adm. ADOLPHTJS AUGUSTUS FREDERICK. FITZ 
GEORGE, equerry to the late duke of Cambridge. Received 
knighthood. (On the occasion of the funeral of the duke of 
Cambridge). 

1904, Mar. 23. Col. AUGUSTUS CHARLES FREDERICK FITZ GEORGE, 
private secretary and equerry to the late duke of Cambridge. 
Received knighthood. (Same occasion). 

1904, Mar. 23. Maj. Gen. ALBERT HENRY WILMOT WILLIAMS, 
equerry to the late duke of Cambridge. Received knight- 
hood. (Same occasion). 

1904, Apr. 18. Sir WILLIAM EDWARD GOSCHEN, envoy extraordinary 
and minister plenipotentiary at Copenhagen (on the occasion 
of the king's* visit to Copenhagen). 

1904, May 10. Rt. Hon. Sir CHARLES HARDINGE, ambassador extra- 
ordinary and minister plenipotentiary at St. Petersburg. 

1904, July 1. R. Adm. Sir ARCHIBALD BERKELEY MILNE, bart., 
A. B.C., commanding His Majesty's yacht "Victoria and 
Albert." 

1904, Oct. 11. MICHAEL ARTHUR (BASS), baron Burton. 

1904, Oct. 11. JOHN (SAVILE), 2nd baron Savile. 

1904, Oct. 19. Maj. Gen. JOHN LEACH, general officer commanding 
Woolwich District (on the occasion of His Majesty's 
inspection at Woolwich of the Royal Artillery). 

1904, Oct. 21. Maj. Gen. Sir REGINALD CLARE HART, general officer 
commanding Thames District. 

1904, Nov. 9. Maj. Gen. RONALD BERTRAM LANE. 



HONORARY KNIGHTS COMMANDERS. 



1896, May 8. Monsieur LE COMTE ALZIARY DE MALAUSSENA, mayor 
of Nice (on the occasion of the Queen's visit to Cimiez, Nice). 

1896, June 30. Baron VLADIMIR FREDERIKS, equerry to the Imperial 
[Russian] Court and assistant to the Minister of the 
Imperial Household, gen. adj. and lieut. gen. (on the 
occasion of the emperor of Russia's Coronation). 

1896, June 30. Count PAUL BENCKENDORF, acting master of the 
Household and maj. gen. on the Staff of H.I.M. the emperor 
of Russia (same occasion). 

1896, Aug. 5. Li CHING FONG, in attendance on Li Hung Chang, 
the special ambassador to England from the emperor of 
China. 

1896, Aug. 27. LOH-FENG-LUH, first secretary of Li Hung Chang's 

special mission (as above). Died 1903, June 9. 

1897, Mar. 26. Y. Adm. EDOUARD PIERRE ANTOINE BARRERA, com- 

mander-in-chief and maritime prefect of Brest, for services 
on the occasion of the disaster to the " Drummond Castle." 

1897, Mar. 28. HUGO FREIHERR VON REISCHACH, master of the 
Household to the empress Frederick. 

1897, June 30. Count ALBERT YICTOR JULIUS JOSEPH MICHAEL VON 

MENSDORFF-PoUILLY-DlECHTRICHSTEIN. 

1897, Sept. 12. Adm. baron ALBERT SECKENDORFF, vice admiral 

a la suite of the German Navy, master of the Household to 
H.R.H. prince Henry of Prussia. 

1898, May 5. Prince DANILO ALEXANDER, general in the Monte- 

negron Army, Crown prince of Montenegro. 

1898, May 5. H.S.H. prince EDWARD FREDERICK MAXIMILIAN JOHN 
of Leiningen. 

1898, May 5. GUSTAVUS ERNEST, count of Erbach-Schoenberg. 

1898, May 5. Gen. PAUL GEBHART, governor of Nice (on the 
occasion of the Queen's visit to Cimiez in 1898). 



K.C.V.O. (HONORARY) 439 

1898, May 5. Monsieur GABRIEL LE Eoux, prefect of the Maritime 
Alpes (same occasion). 

1898, Aug. 26. Gen. ALEXIS AUGUSTE RAPHAEL HAGRON, gen. de 
division (on the occasion of the duke of Connaught's 
attendance at the French Military Manoeuvres). 

1898, Aug. 26. Monsieur PHILIPPE MARIUS CROZIKR, ministre 

plenipotentiare, chef du service du protocol (same occasion). 

1899, May 9. V. Adm. LE COMTE DE MAIGRET, commandant-en- 

chef . prefet maritime, Cherbourg (on the occasion of queen 
Yictoria's visit to Cimiez, 1899). 

1899, June 24. His Excellency CARL FRIEDRICH VON STRENGE, 
minister of State of the Duchies of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. 

1899, Nov. 23. Maj. t Gen. FRIEDRICH VON SCHOLL, aide-de-camp to 
the German emperor (on the occasion of the German 
emperor's visit to the Queen). 

1899, Nov. 23. Baron BODO VON DEM KNESEBECK, deputy master of 

the ceremonies to the German emperor (same occasion). 

1900, May 7. Maj. Gen. FERDINAND GUSTAV HANS VON ARNIM (on 

the occasion of the visit of the duke of York to Berlin). 

1900, Dec. 20. Dr. FRIEDRICH ALBERT HANEL, geheimer Justizrath, 

professor at the University of Kiel. 

1901, Feb. 2. His Excellency Professor VON LEUTHOLD, surg. gen. 

of the Guard Corps, physician in attendance on the German 
emperor on the occasion of the funeral of queen Victoria. 

1901, Feb. 2. Count VON WEDEL, master of the Horse to the German 
Emperor (same occasion). 

1901, Mar. 8. Vice admiral PINHA. In attendance on the king of 
Portugal (on the said king's attending the funeral of queen 
Victoria). 

1901, Mar. 8. Count D'ARNOSO, private secretary to the king of 
Portugal (same occasion). 

1901, Mar. 8. Gen. REINECK. In attendance on the king of the 
Hellenes (on said king's attending the funeral of queen 
Victoria). 



440 ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER 

1901, Mar. 8. Col. DMITRI DASCHKOFF. In attendance on the 
hereditary grand duke Michael Alexandrowitch of Russia 

(on said grand duke's attending the funeral of queen 

V* j_ \ 
ictoria). 

1901, Mar. 8. Intendant Gen. THON (in attendance on the king of 
the Hellenes (same occasion). 

1901, Mar. 8. Dr. Professor EENVERS, consulting physician to the 
empress Frederick of Prussia (on the occasion of Edward 
VII. 's visit to Cronberg). 

1901, May 28. Gen. count VON MOLTKE, general a la suite of the 
German emperor (on the occasion of the sending of a 
deputation from the German Emperor to Edward VII. with 
Colonial equipment for His Majesty's inspection in May, 
1901). 

1901, Oct. 11. E. Adm. GEORGE HUGH EGBERT ZACHARIAE, Eoyal 
Danish Navy (on the occasion of Edward VII.'s visit to 
Copenhagen). 

1901, Oct. 11. Monsieur FRANTS WILHELM FERDINAND EOSENSTAND, 

chamberlain and secretary to the king of Denmark (same 
occasion). 

1902, Mar. 14. Maj. Gen. ALFRED VON LOEWENFELD, aide-de-camp 

to the German emperor (on the occasion of the visit of the 
prince of Wales to Berlin). 

1902, Mar. 14. EUGEN VON EOEDER, master of the ceremonies and 
chamberlain to the emperor of Germany at Berlin and 
Interlaken (same occasion). 

1902, Nov. 9. Baron HERMANN VON ECKHARDSTEIN, councillor and 
first secretary of the German Embassy. Created a C.V ? 0. 
(Honorary) on the 28th May, 1901, but wrongly gazetted as a 
K.C.V.O. on that occasion, an error which was not corrected. 

1902, Dec. 20. Eear admiral GUILHERME AUGUSTO DE BRITO CAPELLO. 

aide-de-camp to the king of Portugal (on the occasion of the 
king of Portugal's visit to Windsor Castle). 

1903, Apr. 7. E. Adm. HERMENGILDE DE BRITO CAPELLO, aide-de- 

camp to the king of Portugal. Attached to king 
Edward VII. (on the occasion of king Edward's visit to 
Portugal). 



K. C.V.O. (HONORARY) 441 

1903, Apr. 7. R. Adm. FRANCISCO JOAQUIM FERREIRA DO AMARAL, 
president of the Royal Geographical Society, Lisbon (same 
occasion). 

1903, Apr. 7. Dr. MANUEL AUGUSTO PEREIRA DA CUNHA, civil gov. 
of Lisbon (same occasion). 

1903, Apr. 7. Col. ANTONIO DUARTE E SILVA, commanding 
Portuguese Cavalry Regiment No. 3 of king Edward VII. 
(same occasion). 

1903, Apr. 7. Senor FRANCISCO MARIA DA VEIGA, police magistrate 
in charge of police specially attached to king Edward VII. 
(same occasion). 

1903, Apr. 7. Senor FERNANDO EDUARDO DE SERPA PIMENTEL, 
master of the household to His Majesty the king of Portugal 
(same occasion). 

1903, Apr. 7. Count D'AviLA E BOLAMA (ANTONIO JOSE D'AviLA), 
lord mayor of Lisbon, president of the Executive Commission 
of the Lisbon Municipality (same occasion). 

1903, Apr. 7. Senor ANTONIO JOAQUIM SIMOES DE ALMEIDA, president 
of the Commercial Association of Lisbon (same occasion). 

1903, Apr. 13. CID ABDERRAHAM BEN ABDELSADOK, governor of Fez, 
special envoy from His Imperial Majesty the sultan of 
Morocco (on the occasion of king Edward VII. 's visit to 
Gibraltar). 

1903, Apr. 30. PIER FRANCESCO (DEI PRINCIPI) CORSINI, marchese 
di Lajatico, crown equerry to His Majesty the king of Italy 
(on the occasion of Edward VIFs visit to Italy). 

1903, Apr. 30. Maj. Gen. Pio CARLO DI MAJO, aide-de-camp to His 
Majesty the king of Italy. Attached to His Majesty king 
Edward VII. (same occasion). 

1903, May 4. Monsieur ARMAND MOLLARD, director of the Protocol, 
France (during king Edward VII. 's visit to Paris). 

1903, Oct. 9. His Excellency EDOUARD, count CHOLONIEWSKI- 
MYSZKA, master of the ceremonies to the Emperor of Austria 
(on the occasion of king Edward VII's visit to Vienna and 
Marienbad, Austria). 



442 ROYAL VICTORIAN ORDER 

1903, Oct. 9. His Excellency ERICH LUDWIG FRIEDRICH CHRISTIAN, 
count Kielmansegg; governor of Lower Austria (same 
occasion). 

1903, Oct. 9. His Excellency HEINRICH JOSEPH RUDOLF GOTTFRIED, 
count Lutzow zu Drey Lutzow und Seedorf, first under 
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Vienna (same 
occasion). 

1903, Oct. 9. KAJETAN MEREY VON KAPOS-MERE, second under 
secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Vienna (same 
occasion). 

1903, Oct. 9. His Excellency AUGUST MARIA RUDOLF EMANUEL 
FRANZ, count Bellegarde, master of the Household to the 
emperor of Austria (same occasion). 

1903, Oct. 9. His Excellency LEOPOLD baron VON GUDENUS, ober- 
jagermeister to the emperor of Austria (same occasion). 

1903, Oct. 9. Bear admiral LEOPOLD RITTER VON JEDINA. Attached 

to king Edward VII. (same occasion). 

1904, Feb. 10. JONKHEER RUDOLF EVERARD WILLEM DE WEEDE, 

lord chamberlain to the queen mother of the Netherlands 
(on the occasion of the marriage of princess Alice of Albany 
with prince Alexander of Teck). 

1904, Apr. 18. JULIUS BENEDICTUS, count Krag Juel Vind Frijs, 
acting master of the Horse to the king of Denmark 
(on the occasion of Edward VII.'s visit to Copenhagen). 

1904, Apr. 18. WALDEMAR OLDENBURG, over president of Copen- 
hagen (same occasion). 

1904, Apr. 18. CHRISTIAN CONRAD SOPHUS, count DANNESKJOLD- 
SAMSOE, director of the Royal Theatre, Copenhagen (same 
occasion). 

1904, Apr. 18. Col. WALDEMAR EDWARD LEMVIGH, commanding 
Danish Life Guards (same occasion). 

1904, Apr. 18. MAGENS CHRISTIAN, count Krag Juel Vind Frijs 
(same occasion). 

1904, Apr. 18. EUGEN PETERSEN, chief commissioner of police, 
Copenhagen (same occasion). 



K. C.V.O. (HONORARY) 443 

1904, Apr. 28. Maj . Gen. HERMANN REINHARD FREIHERR VON RODER, 
commanding the 27th Cavalry Brigade, Germany (on the 
occasion of the prince of Wales's visit to Wurtemberg). 

1904, July 1. R. Adm. MAX FISCHEL, Imperial German Navy, 
adm. superintendent of the Dockyard, Kiel (on the occasion 
of Edward VII.'s visit to Kiel). 

1904, July 1. E. Adm. FREDERICK count VON BAUDISSIN, Imperial 
German Navy, aide-de-camp to the German Emperor, 
attached to king Edward VII. (same occasion). 

1904, July 1. Col. MAXIMILIAN GEORGE FREDERICK CHARLES VON 
ENGELBRECHTEN, commanding the 36th Infantry Brigade, 
Germany (same occasion). 

1904, Sept. 6. H.S.H. HUGO ALPHONSE EDUARD EMANUEL JOSEPH 
JOHN VANCESLAS, prince von Dietrichstein zu Nickolsburg 
(count Mensdorff-Pouilly), col. on the General Staff and 
aide-de-camp to the emperor of Austria. 

1904, Sept. 6. JOHN RITTER VON HABRDA, commissioner of Police, 
Vienna. 

1904, Nov. 9. HENRY CHARLES JOSEPH, marquis de Breteuil. 

1904, Nov. 9. ALFRED THERESE ARMAND, marquis du Lau 
d'Allemand. 

1904, Nov. 21. DON ANTONIO MARIA DE LANCASTRE, physician to 
the king and queen of Portugal (on the occasion of the visit 
of the said king and queen to England). 



1Ro\>al Ibanovedan (Buelpbic rber. 



Order of the Guelphs of Hanover. 



KNIGHTS GRAND CEOSS (G.C.H.). 
1815, Aug. 12. FREDERICK, duke of York and Albany. 

1815, Aug. 12. WILLIAM HENRY, duke of Clarence, afterwards 
William IY. 

1815, Apr. 12. EDWARD AUGUSTUS, duke of Kent. 

1815, Aug. 12. ERNEST AUGUSTUS, duke of Cumberland, afterwards 
Ernest, king of Hanover. 

1815, Aug. 12. AUGUSTUS FREDERICK, duke of Sussex, appointed 
but did not accede until 1830, July, when he was re- 
appointed. 

1815, Aug. 12. ADOLPHUS FREDERICK, duke of Cambridge. 

1815, Aug. 12. WILLIAM FREDERICK, duke of Gloucester. 

1816, Mar. 22. Prince LEOPOLD, of Saxe-Coburg, afterwards king 

of the Belgians. 

1816. F. Marsh. ARTHUR (WELLESLEY), 1st duke of Wellington. 
1816. Gen. HENRY WILLIAM (PAGET), 1st marquess of Anglesey. 

1816. Gen. CHARLES WILLIAM (STEWART, afterwards VANE), lord 
Stewart, afterwards 3rd marquess of Londonderry. 

1816. ROBERT (STEWART), viscount Castlereagh, afterwards 2nd 
marquess of Londonderry (civil division). 

1816, Apr. 1. THOMAS TREVOR (HAMPDEN, formerly TREVOR), 2nd 
viscount Hampden (civil division). 

1816. Lieut. Gen. Sir HENRY CLINTON. 
29 



448 ROYAL HANOVERIAN GUELPHIC ORDER 

1816. Gen. the Hon. Sir CHARLES COLVILLE. 

1816. Lieut. Gen. Sir JAMES KEMPT. 

1816. Gen. Sir GEORGE DON. 

1816. Gen. ROWLAND (HILL), 1st lord, afterwards 1st viscount, Hill. 

1816. Lieut. Gen. the Et. Hon. Sir GEORGE MURRAY. 

1816. Lieut. Gen. Sir EGBERT MACFARLANE. 

1816. Gen. CHARLES (STANHOPE), 3rd earl of Harrington. 

1816. GEORGE JAMES (CHOLMONDELEY), 1st marquess of Cholmondeley 

(civil division). 

1817. Lieut. Gen. the Et. Hon. Sir THOMAS M VITLAND. 
1817. Y. Adm. Sir EDMUND NAGLE. 

1817. Gen. Sir HARRY CALVERT, bart. 

1817. Lieut. Gen. lord WILLIAM CAVENDISH BENTINCK. 

1817. Lieut. Gen. Sir JAMES CAMPBELL, bart. 

1817. Lieut. Gen. Sir JAMES LYON. 

1817, Apr. 23. Col. JOHN (FANE) lord BURGERSH, afterwards 17th 
earl of Westmorland. 

1817. Lieut. Gen. Sir ALEXANDER MACKENZIE, bart. 
1817. Maj. Gen. Sir EDWARD HOWORTH. 

1817. Lieut. Gen. STAPLETON (COTTON), baron, afterwards viscount 
Combermere. 

1817. Lieut. Gen. Sir HENRY TUCKER MONTRESOR. 

1817. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN MURRAY, bart. 

1818. Lieut. Gen. Sir HENRY FREDERICK CAMPBELL. 

1818. Lieut. Gen. WILLIAM CARR (BERESFORD), baron, afterwards 
viscount Beresford. 

1818. Y. Adm. Sir THOMAS FRANCIS FREMANTLE. 



G. C. H. 449 

1818. Gen. FRANCIS (RAWDON-HASTINGS), 1st marquess of Hastings. 

1819. FRANCIS CHARLES (SEYMOUR-CONWAY), earl of Yarmouth, 

afterwards 6th marquess of Hertford (civil division). 

1819. JOHN (BOURKE), 4th earl of Mayo (civil division). 

1819. Rt. Hon. Sir GEORGE ROSE (civil division). 

1819. Gen. Sir CHARLES HASTINGS, bart. 

1819. Adm. the Rt. Hon. Sir JOHN BORLASE WARREN, bart. 

1819. ALLEYNE (FITZHERBERT), lord St. Helens (civil division). 

1819. Gen. SAMUEL HULSE. 

1819. Maj.-Gen. BENJAMIN (BLOOMFIELD), 1st lord Bloomfield. 

1820. Lieut. Gen. Sir OOLIN HALKETT. 
1820. Lieut. Gen. Sir CHARLES ASGILL, bart. 
1820. Lieut. Gen. JOHN MACLEOD.. 

1820. Lieut. Gen. JOHN HOPE. 

1821. RICHARD (LE-PoER TRENCH), 6th earl of, afterwards 1st 

viscount Clancarty (civil division). 

1821. Lieut. Gen. HENRY (CONYNGHAM), 1st marquess Conyngham. 

* 

1822. BROOK TAYLOR (civil division). 

1823. JAMES (DUFF), 4th earl Fife (civil division). 

1823. FRANCIS NATHANIEL (CONYNGHAM), earl of Mount Charles, 
afterwards 2nd marquess Conyngham (civil division). 

1823. Sir WILLIAM KNIGHTON, bart. (civil division). 

1824. Sir FRANCIS NATHANIEL BURTON (civil division). 

1825. GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK CHARLES, heir to and afterwards 

duke of Cambridge. 

1825. Lieut. Gen. Sir RUFANE SHAW DONKIN. 

.1825. PERCY SIDNEY CLINTON (SMYTHE), 6th viscount Strangford 
(civil division). 



450 ROYAL HANOVERIAN GUELPHIC ORDER 

1825. Maj. Gen. Sir JAMES WILLOUGHBY GORDON, bart. 

1825. Lieut. Gen. Sir HERBERT TAYLOR. 

1826. EICHARD CHARLES FRANCIS (MEADE), 3rd earl of Clanwilham 

(civil division). 

1826. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN BYNG, afterwards 6th earl of Straff ord. 

1827. Lieut. Gen. Sir FRANCIS THOMAS HAMMOND. 
1827. Lieut. Gen. Sir TOMKYNS HILGROVE TURNER. 
1827. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOSEPH FULLER. 

1827. Lieut. Gen. Sir WILLIAM HOUSTON, bart. 

1827. E/t. Hon. Sir WILLIAM HENRY FREMANTLE. 

1827. Lieut. Gen. LORD GEORGE THOMAS BERESFORD 

1827. GEORGE (ASHBURNHAM), 3rd earl of Ashburnham. 

? 1827. GEORGE FREDERICK ALEXANDER CHARLES ERNEST AUGUSTUS, 
afterwards duke of Cumberland and Tiviotdale, and king of 
Hanover. 

1829. Et. Hon. ROBERT GORDON (civil division). 

1830. WILLIAM GEORGE (HAY), 18th earl of Erroll (civil division). 
1830. EICHARD WILLIAM (CURZON), 2nd earl Howe (civil division). 
1830. Sir HENRY HALFORD, bart. (civil division). 

1830. Sir JOHNATHAN WATHEN WALLER, bart. (civil division). 

1830. JOHN DELAVAL (CARPENTER), 7th earl of Tyrconnel (civil 
division). 

1830. WILLIAM (WELLESLEY-POLE), lord Maryborough, afterwards 
3rd ear] of Mornington (civil division). 

1830. Gen. Sir JAMES STEWART, bart. 

1830. GEORGE (BOYLE), 4th earl of Glasgow (civil division). 

1831. Gen. the Hon. Sir HENRY GEORGE GREY. 



G. C H. 451 

1831. Lieut. Gen. the Rt. Hon. Sir RICHARD HUSSEY VIVIAN, bart. 

1831. Adm. Sir WILLIAM HARGOOD. 

1831. Adm. lord AMELIUS BEAUCLERK. 

1831. Maj. Gen. Sir EDWARD KERRISON, bart. 

1831. Lieut. Gen. Sir THOMAS MACDOUGALL-BRISBANE, bart. 

1831. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN KEANE, afterwards lord Keane. 

1831. Lieut. Gen. Sir THOMAS BRADFORD. 

1831. Lieut. Gen. Sir COLQUHOUN GRANT. 

1831. GEORGE HAMILTON (CHICHESTER), earl of Belfast, afterwards 
3rd marquess of Donegall (civil division). 

1831. Lucius BENTINCK (GARY), 10th viscount of Falkland (civil 
division). 

1831. Y. Adm. lord JAMES O'BRYEN, afterwards 3rd marquess of 
Thomond. 

1831. Sir EGBERT WILMOT HORTON, bart. (civil division). 

1831. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN SMITH. 

1831. Gen. GEORGE COCKBURN, afterwards bart. 

1831. Et. Hon. Sir GORE OUSELEY, bart. (civil division). 

1831. Sir PHILIP CHARLES SIDNEY, afterwards 1st lord De L'Isle and 
Dudley (civil division). 

1831. Col. lord FREDERICK FITZ-CLARENCE (civil division). 

1831. Sir HENRY WATKIN WILLIAMS WYNN (civil division). 

1831. Sir EDWARD CROMWELL DISBROWE (civil division). 

1832. Gen. JOSIAH CHAMPANGE. 
1832. Gen. MARTIN HUNTER. 
1832. Gen. Sir JOHN FRASER. 

1832. Capt. lord ADOLPHUS FITZ-CLARENCE (civil division). 



452 ROYAL HANOVERIAN GUELPHIC ORDER 

1832. Capt. the Hon. Sir CHARLES PAGET, E.N. 

1832. CONSTANTINE HENRY (PuiPPs), earl of Mulgrave, afterwards 
3rd Marquess of Normanby (civil division). 

1832. Y. Adm. Hon. Sir HENRY BLACKWOOD. Died 1832. 

1832. Adm. Sir ISAAC COFFIN, bart. 

1832. Y. Adm. PETER HALKETT, afterwards bart. 

1832. E. Adm. Sir EDWARD WILLIAM CAMPBELL EICH OWEN. 

1833. Lieut. Gen. FREDERICK AUGUSTUS WETHERALL. 

1833. WILLIAM BASIL PERCY (FEILDING), 7th earl of Denbigh (civil 
division). 

1833. Lieut. Gen. the Hon. ALEXANDER DUFF. 

1833. Et. Hon. CHARLES EICHARD YAUGHAN (civil division). 

1833. WILLIAM CHARLES (KEPPEL), 16th earl of Albemarle (civil 
division). 

1833. GEORGE WILLIAM (CAMPBELL), 6th duke of Argyll (civil 
division). 

1833. Maj. Gen. Sir ANDREW FRANCIS BARNARD. 

1834. THOMAS CARTWRIGHT (civil division). 
1834. Lieut. Gen. HENRY BAYLY. 

1834. Adm. Sir CHARLES EDMUND NUGENT. 

1834. Maj. Gen. Sir HENRY WHEATLEY. 

1834. Y. Adm. Sir WILLIAM HALL GAGE. 

1834. JOHN (CUST), 1st earl BROWNLOW (civil division). 

1834. Lieut. Gen. Sir EGBERT BOLTON. 

1834. EGBERT GRANT (civil division). 

1834. Capt. Sir GEORGE FRANCIS SEYMOUR. 

1834. Maj. Gen. Sir BENJAMIN CHARLES STEPHENSON. 

1834. GEORGE (CHILD- YILLIERS), 5th earl of Jersey (civil division). 

1834. WILLIAM PITT (AMHERST), 1st earl Amherst (civil division). 

1835. THOMAS (EGERTON), 2nd earl of Wilton (civil division). 



G. C. H. 453 

1835. RICHARD PLANTAGENET (TEMPLE-NUGENT-BRYDGES-CHANDOS- 
GRENVILLE), marquess of Chandos, afterwards 2nd duke of 
Buckingham and Chandos (civil division). 

1835. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOHN SLADE, bart. 

1835. Y. Adm. Sir JOHN GORE. 

1835. Lieut. Gen. Sir WILLIAM KEIR GRANT. 

1835. JOHN (FiTZ GIBBON), 2nd earl of Clare. 

1835. Maj. Gen. Sir JAMES COCKBTJRN, bart. 

1835. Lieut. Gen. RALPH DARLING. 

1835. Y. Adm. Sir CHARLES ROWLEY. 

1836. Y. Adm. RICHARD DACRES. 

1836. Sir GEORGE HAMILTON SEYMOUR (civil division). 

1836. Lieut. Gen. Sir SAMUEL HAWKER. 

1836. Adm. Sir JOHN Poo BERESFORD, bart. 

1836. JOHN (ELPHINSTONE), 13th lord Elphinstone (civil division). 

1836. Sir ASTLEY P ASTON COOPER, bart. (civil division). 

1836. Lieut. Gen. Sir EDWARD BLAKENEY. 

1836. Capt. lord JOHN FREDERICK GORDON, R.N. (civil division). 

1836. Maj. Gen. Sir LIONEL SMITH. 

1836. Maj. Gen. Sir JOHN COLBORNE, afterwards lord Seaton. 

1837. Nabob NOZIM, of Murshidabad, in Bengal. 
1837. Lieut. Col. Sir RICHARD CHURCH. 

1837. Gen. JOHN GUSTAVUS CROSBIE. 

1837. Maj. Gen. ALEXANDER GEORGE (ERASER), 16th lord Saltoun. 

1837. The Rt. Hon. Sir CHARLES EDWARD GREY. 

1837. The Rt. Hon. JOSEPH PLANTA. 

1837. Lieut. Gen. Sir CHARLES WILLIAM DOYLE. 

1837. Maj. Gen. Sir CHARLES THORNTON. 



454 ROYAL HANOVERIAN GUELPHIC ORDER 

KNIGHTS COMMANDERS OF THE OEDEE OF THE GUELPHS 

(K.C.H.). 

1815. Col. Sir HUGH HALKETT. 

1815. Maj. Gen. Sir JAMES LYON. 

1815. Maj. Gen. Sir COLIN HALKETT. 

1815. Maj. Gen. Sir BENJAMIN BLOOMFIELD. 

1816. Maj. Gen. Sir COLQUHOUN GRANT. 

1816. Maj. Gen. Sir Ei CHARD HUSSEY YIVIAN, bart, 

1816. Col. Sir GEORGE ADAM WOOD. 

1816. GEORGE WILDING, prince of Butora, etc., Naples. 

1816. Lieut. Gen. Sir EGBERT BOLTON. 

1816. Sir WM. CONGREVE, bart. 
1#17. Col. [Sir] WILLIAM EOBE. 

1817. Maj. Gen. Yon EOTTENBURG. 
1817. Maj. Gen. Sir ALEXANDER DICKSON. 

1817. Col. Sir PHILIP EOCHE. 

1818. E. Adm. Sir HOME EIGGS POPHAM. 

1818. Col. Sir BENJAMIN D'URBAN. 

1819. Col. Sir HAYLETT FRAMINGHAM. 
1819. Col. Sir WILLIAM EOSE. 

1819. Lieut. Gen. Sir FRANCIS THOMAS HAMMOND. 

1819. Lieut. Gen. Sir TOMKYNS HILGROVE TURNER. 

1819. Maj. Gen. Sir JOHN ELLEY. 

1819. Maj. Gen. Sir HERBERT TAYLOR. 

1819. Capt. the Hon. CHARLES PAGET, E.N. 



K. C. H. 455 

1819. Maj. Gen. Sir ANDREW FRANCIS BARNARD. 

1820. Maj. Gen. GEORGE AIREY. 

1820. Lieut. Maj. Sir EGBERT WILLIAM GARDINER. 

1820. Maj. Gen. JAMES (MURRAY), 1st lord Glenlyon. 

1821. Maj. Gen. Sir CHARLES WILLIAM DOYLE. 
1821. Lord FRANCIS CONYNGHAM. 

1821. Adm. Sir EDMUND NAGEL. 

1821. Gen. GEORGE COCKBURN, afterwards bart. 

1821. Sir WILLIAM KNIGHTON, bart., physician to the King. 

1821. GRAF HOMPESCH. 

1821. Maj. Gen. Sir EDWARD KERRISON, bart. 

1821. Lieut. Gen. Sir SAMUEL FORD WHITTINGHAM. 

1821. Maj. Gen. Sir GEORGE AUGUSTUS QUENTIN. 

1821. Maj. Gen. Sir WILLIAM KEIR GRANT. 

1821. Col. THOMAS HENRY BROWNE. 

1821. Col. HENRY FREDERICK COOKE. 

1822. Lieut. Gen. Sir RICHARD CHURCH. 

1822. Maj. Gen. Louis WILLIAM, viscount Chabot. 

1822. The Hon. F. N. BURTON. 

1822. Lieut. Col. Sir JOHN MAY. 

1824. Col. Sir JAMES HENRY REYNETT. 

1824. Lieut. Col. Sir JOHN HARVEY. 

1825. Sir HENRY HALFORD, bart., M.D. (civil division). 

1826. Lieut. Col. Sir WILLIAM LEWIS HERRIES. 

1827. Sir FREDERICK BEILBY WATSON (civil division). 



456 ROYAL HANOVERIAN GUELPHIC ORDER 

1827. Sir JOHNATHAN WATHEN WALLER, bart. 

1827. Sir JOHN CONROY, bart (civil division). 

1827. Lieut. Col. Sir JOHN MACRA. 

1828. Sir FREDERICK BARNARD, librarian to the King. 

1828. Capt. the Hon. ROBERT CAVENDISH SPENCER. 

1829. Maj. Gen. Sir JAMES CARMICHAEL SMYTH, bart. 

1829. Lord ALBERT DENISON CONYNGHAM, afterwards 1st lord 

Londesborough. 

1830. Col. Sir AUGUSTUS FREDERICK D'EsTE (civil division). 
1830. Lieut. Col. Sir CHARLES RICHARD Fox. 

1830. Hon. Sir JOHN KENNEDY ERSKINE. 

1830. Col. Sir WILLOUGHBY COTTON. 

1830. Sir PHILIP CHARLES SIDNEY (civil division). 

1830. Maj. Gen. Sir ALEXANDER BRYCE. 

1831. Sir FREDERICK CAVENDISH PONSONBY. 
1831. Maj. Gen. Sir JAMES CHARLES DALBIAC. 
1831. Col. Sir CHARLES WADE THORNTON. 
1831. Maj. Gen. Sir JOHN BROWN. 

1831. Maj. Gen. Sir JAMES CAMPBELL. 

1831. Maj. Gen. Sir BENJAMIN CHARLES STEPHEN SON. 

1831. Maj. Gen. Sir HENRY WHEATLEY. 

1831. Sir JOHN HALL (civil division), consul gen. for Hanover in 
Great Britain. 

1831. Sir GEORGE HARRISON (civil division). 

1831. Lieut. Col. Sir WILLIAM GOSSET. 

1831. Capt. Sir GEORGE FRANCIS SEYMOUR. 



K. C. H. 457 

1831. Capt. Sir THOMAS USSHER. 

1831. Sir MATTHEW TIERNEY, bart., M.D. (civil division). 

1831. Lieut. Col. JOSEPH WHATLEY. 

1831. Col. STEPHEN REMNANT CHAPMAN. 

1831. Sir WILLIAM BURNETT, M.D. (civil division). 

1831. Lieut. Col. the Hon. Sir EDWARD CUST. 

1831. Sir GEORGE BAILLIE HAMILTON (civil division). 

1831. Lieut. Gen. Sir PHINEAS BJALL. 

1831. Lieut. Gen. Sir WILLIAM HUTCHINSON. 

1831. Maj. Gen. Sir LEWIS GRANT. 

1831. Maj. Gen. Sir GEORGE POWNALL ADAMS. 

1831. Maj. Gen. Sir AMOS GODSILL EGBERT NORCOTT. 

1831. Maj. Gen. Sir JAMES COCKBTJRN, bart. 

1831. Col. Sir MICHAEL MCCREAGH. 

1831. Col. Sir EVAN JOHN MURRAY MACGREGOR, bart. 

1831. Col. Sir THOMAS DOWNMAN. 

1831. Col. Sir NEIL DOUGLAS. 

1831. Col. Sir ARCHIBALD CHRISTIE. 

1831. Capt. Sir WILLIAM HOWE MULCASTER. 

1831. Sir JOHN BEDINGFIELD (civil division). 

1831. Col. WILLIAM TUYLL. 

1831. Lieut. Gen. Sir SAMUEL HAWKER. 

1831. Maj. Gen. Sir GEORGE BULTEEL FISHER. 

1831. Sir WILLIAM PYM, M.D. (civil division). 

1832. Lieut. Gen. Sir JAMES HAY. 



458 ROYAL HANOVERIAN GUELPHIC ORDER 

1832. Lieut. Gen. Sir WARREN MARMADUKE PEACOCKE. 

1832. Lieut. Gen. CHARLES BULKELEY EGERTON. 

1832. Lieut. Gen. Sir WILLIAM SHERIDAN. 

1832. Maj. Gen. Sir WILLIAM PATERSON. 

1832. Maj. Gen. JOHN FREDERICK SIGISMOND SMITH. 

1832. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM NICOLAY. 

1832. Maj. Gen. ARTHUR BENJAMIN CLIFTON. 

1832. Col. GEORGE WHITMORE. 

1832. Col. LEONARD GREENWELL. 

1832. Col. EGBERT HENRY DICK. 

1832. Col. FREDERICK WILLIAM TRENCH. 

1832. Capt. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS MONTAGUE. 

1832. Sir WILLIAM FRANKLIN (civil division). 

1832. Sir HENRY SEATON (civil division). 

1832. Maj. Gen. JOHN MACLEOD. 

1832. Maj. Gen. FREDERICK WILLIAM MULCASTER. 

1832. Maj. Gen. CLAUDE FRANCOIS, viscount Bivarola. 

1832. Maj. Gen. Sir WILLIAM PARKER CARROL. 

1832. Maj. Gen. JOHN HANBURY. 

1832. Col. DAVID XIMENES. 

1832. Capt. Sir JOHN MARSHALL. 

1832. Sir JOHN WEBB, M.D. (civil division). 

1832. Maj. Gen. JOSEPH STRATON. 

1832. Col. JOHN GEORGE WOODFORD. 

1832. GEORGE HAMILTON SEYMOUR (civil division). 



K. C. H. 459 

1832. Capt. Sir HUMPHREYE FLEMING SENHOUSE. 

1832. Lieut. Gen. Sir THOMAS BROWNE. 

1832. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM DOUGLAS. 

1832. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM CORNWALLIS EUSTACE. 

1832. Capt. NISBET JOSIAH WILLOUGHBY. 

1832. Capt. ANDREW PELLATT GREEN. 

1832. Capt. ARTHUR FARQUHAR, E.N. 

1832. Commissary Gen. Sir JOHN BISSET (civil division). 

1832. JOHN DEAS THOMPSON (civil division). 

1832. Sir GEORGE JACKSON (civil division). 

1832. Commodore CHARLES MARSH SCHOMBERG. 

1832. E. Adm. Sir CHARLES CUNNINGHAM. 

1832. E. Adm. the Hon. COURTENAY BOYLE. 

1833. Lieut. Gen. DAVID LATIMER TINLING WIDDRINGTON. 
1833. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM GEORGE (HARRIS), 2nd lord Harris. 
1833. E. Adm. EDWARD DURNFORD KING. 

1833. Capt. Sir FRANCIS AUGUSTUS COLLIER. 

1833. Capt. EICHARD SPENCER. 

1833. Col. JOHN BOSCAWEN SAVAGE. 

1833. Capt. Sir JOHN SAMUEL BROOKE PECHELL, bart. 

1833. Lieut. Gen. HENRY JOHN CUMMING. 

1834. Lieut. Gen. EVAN LLOYD. 

1834. Lieut. Gen. THOMAS GAGE MONTRESOR. 

1834. Maj. Gen. SAMUEL TREVOR DICKENS. 

1834. Maj. Gen. JAMES KEARNEY. 



460 ROYAL HANOVERIAN GUELPHIC ORDER 

1834. Maj. Gen. LORENZO MOORE. 

1834. Maj. Gen. JAMES VINEY. 

1834. Maj. Gen. HENRY WILLOUGHBY EOOKE. 

1834. Maj. Gen. Sir PATRICK Eoss. 

1834. Col. HENRY KING. 

1834. E. Adm. JOHN FERRIS DEVONSHIRE. 

1834. Capt. JAMES HILLYAR. 

1834. Capt. SALUSBURY PRYCE DAVENPORT, E.N. 

1834. Commissary Gen. Sir EGBERT HUGH KENNEDY (civil division). 

1834. Commissary Gen. Sir WILLIAM HE* T RY EOBINSON (civil 
division). 

1834. Sir JOHN WOOLMORE (civil division). 

1834. Lieut. Gen. Sir JOSEPH MACLEAN. 

1834. E. Adm. Sir HUGH PIGOT. 

1834. Commodore EGBERT BARRIE. 

1834. Col PATRICK LINDESAY. 

1834. Lieut. Col. EDMUND CURREY. 

1834. Col. Sir SAMUEL GORDON HIGGINS. 

1834. Capt. Hon. Sir HENRY DUNCAN. 

1835. Capt. CHARLES BULLEN, E.K 
1835. Capt. WILLIAM HENRY DILLON. 
1835. Capt. WILLIAM ELLIOTT. 
1835. Capt. EDMUND LYONS, E.K 

1835. Maj. Gen. THOMAS BLIGH ST. GEORGE. 

1835. Maj. Gen. THOMAS PEARSON. 



K. C. H. 461 

1835. Maj. Gen. MAURICE CHARLES O'CONNELL. 

1835. Col. PATRICK DOHERTY. 

1835. Col. Sir OCTAVIUS CAREY. 

1835. Capt. lord JAMES TOWNSHEND. 

1835. Lieut. Col. CHARLES HOLLAND HASTINGS. 

1835. Sir SAMUEL WARREN, E.N. 

1835. Col. the Hon. Sir HORATIO GEORGE POWYS TOWNSHEND. 

1835. E. Adm. Sir EGBERT LEWIS FITZGERALD. 

1835. Sir FRANCIS BOND HEAD (civil division). 

1836. Maj. Gen. WILTSHIRE WILSON. 

1836. Maj. Gen. Sir CHARLES WILLIAM MAXWELL. 

1836. Maj. Gen. WILLIAM GABRIEL DAVY. 

1836. Capt. the Hon. FLEETWOOD BROUGHTON EEYNOLDS PELLEW. 

1836. Capt. the Hon. JAMES ASHLEY MAUDE. 

1836. Capt. JOHN STRUTT PEYTON. 

1836. Capt. EICHARD O'CoNOR. 

1836. Capt. HENRY HART. 

1836. Capt. JAMES JOHN GORDON BREMER. 

1836. Sir EGBERT KER PORTER (civil division). 

1836. Capt. Sir JOHN FRANKLIN, E.K (civil division). 

1836. Sir John NICOL EGBERT CAMPBELL (civil division). 

1837. Lieut. Gen. ALEXANDER HALKETT. 
1837. Maj. Gen. EGBERT BARTON. 
1837. Maj. Gen. AUGUSTUS DE BUTTS. 
1837. Maj. Gen. THOMAS HAWKER. 



462 ROYAL HANOVERIAN GUELPHIC ORDER 

1837. V. Adm. Sir ADAM DRUMMOND. 

1837. Capt. Sir DAVID DUNN. 

-1837. Capt. EDWARD CHETHAM. 

1837. Capt. THOMAS MANSELL. 

1837. WOODBINE PARISH (civil division). 

1837. Maj. Gen. Sir EDWARD BOWATER. 

1837. Maj. Gen. JAMES MACDONNELL. 

1837. Maj. Gen. EGBERT MCCLEVERTY. 

1837. E. Adm. JOHN WENT WORTH LORING. 

1837. Col. GEORGE ARTHUR. 

1837. DAVID DA VIES, M.D. (civil division). 

1837. WILLIAM FREDERICK CHAMBERS, M.D. (civil division). 

1837. Capt. THOMAS BARKER DEVON. 



K. H. 463 

KNIGHTS OF THE OEDEE OF THE GUELPHS (K.H.). 

1816. Dr. WILLIAM HERSCHELL, astronomer royal. 

1816. Sir GEORGE NAYLER, 'York Herald/ afterwards Garter King 
of Arms and King of Arms of the Order. 

1816. Lieut. Col. JOHN MERVIN CUTLIFFE. 

1816. Col. PETER AUGUSTUS LAUTOUR. 

1816. Capt. JAMES MCGLASHAN. 

1816. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM THORNHILL. 

1816. Lieut. WILLIAM HAVELOCK. 

1816. JAMES EGBERT GRANT, M.D. (civil division). 

1816. Lieut. THOMAS CAREY. 

1816. Capt. ARTHUR FARQUHAR. 

1816. Lieut. Col. Sir WILLIAM OSBORNE [? Hamilton]. 

1817. Lieut. Col. STEPHEN EEMNANT CHAPMAN. 
1817. Col. ARCHIBALD CHRISTIE. 

1817. Commissary EICHARD D. HANAGAN. 

1818. Lieut. Col. CHARLES ASHE A'CouRT. 
1818. Capt. ANDREW PELLATT GREEN. 
1818. Maj. THOMAS HENRY BROWNE. 

1818. Lieut. Col. CHARLES PHILIP DE BOSSETT. 

1818. Maj. GIDEON GORREQUER. 

1818. Col. Sir FELTON ELWILL BATHURST HERVEY, bart. 

1818. Maj. NATHANIEL ECKERSLEY. 

1819. ElTTMEISTER VON DER OSTEN. 

1819. Col. Sir ALEXANDER BRYCE. 
30 



464 ROYAL HANOVERIAN GUELPHIC ORDER 

1818. Lieut. Col. JAMES REYNETT. 

1819. Lieut. Col. ARCHIBALD MCDONALD. 
1819. Col. CHARLES WADE THORNTON. 

1819. FREDERICK WATSON, private secretary to the Prince Regent. 

1820. BENJAMIN CHARLES STEVENSON (civil division), surveyor gen. 

of the Board of Works and maj. gen. in the Hanoverian 
Service. 

1820. Lieut. THOMAS BARKER DEVON, R.N. 

1820. Sir ANDREW HALLIDAY (civil division). 

1821. Dr. VERSTURME. 

1821. Capt. THOMAS DE GRENIER FONBLANQTJE, afterwards vicomte. 

1821. Maj. SCHMIEDERN. 

1821. Lieut. Col. Sir EVAN JOHN MURRAY MCGREGOR. 

1822. Maj. ROBERT HUTCHINSON ORDE. 
1822. Capt. D'ARCY TODD. 

1822. Maj. WILLIAM DAVISON, aide-de-camp to the duke of 

Cambridge. 

1823. Sir DANIEL BAYLEY (civil division), consul gen. in Russia. 
1823. JOHN HALL (civil division), Hanoverian consul in London. 
1823. Lieut. Col. EDWARD CHARLES WHINYATES. 

1823. Sir DAVID SCOTT, bart. (civil division). 

1824. Maj. Gen. GEORGE JAMES REEVES. 
1824. Lieut. Col. Sir WILLIAM DAVISON. 

1824. Sir JOHNATHAN WATHEN WALLER, bart. (civil division). 

1825. Capt. ROCHE MEADE. 

1825. Sir JOHN MEADE, M.D. (civil division). 



K. H. 465 

1825. Capt. RICHARD HARDINGE. 

1827. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM baron von TUYLL. 

1827. Maj. EDWARD ANTHONY ANGELO. 

1828. Capt. the Hon. CHARLES SOUTHWELL. 
1828. TIMOTHY BRENT, Esq. (civil division). 
1830. Col. SAMUEL GORDON HIGGINS. 

1830. Lieut. Col. Sir JOHN MARK FREDERICK SMITH. 

1830. Col. Sir JAMES MAXWELL WALLACE. 

1830. Lieut. Col. JOHN HOBART (CARADOC), 2nd lord Howden. 

1830. Capt. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS MONTAGUE, R.N. 

1830. Col. THOMAS NOEL HARRIS. 

1831. Col. JAMES ROBERTSON ARNOLD. 
1831. Lieut. Col. JAMES JONES. 
1831. Capt. EDWARD SPARSHOTT, R.K 
1831. Capt. ANDREW ATKINS VINCENT, R.N. 
1831. Lieut. Col. GEORGE COUPER. 

1831. Lieut. Col. MATHIAS EVERARD. 

1831. Maj. CHARLES WRIGHT. 

1831. Lieut. Col. JOHN MORILLYON WILSON. 

1831. Lieut. Col. JOHN HASTINGS MAIR. 

1831. Lieut. Col. JAMES FREDERICK LOVE. 

1831. Maj. ROBERT SIMSON. 

1831. Col. GEORGE BROWN. 

1831. ROBERT ALEXANDER CHERMSIDE, M.D. (civil division). 

1831. WILLIAM TAYLOR MONEY (civil division) consul gen. at Venice. 

30A 



466 ROYAL HANOVERIAN GUELPHIC ORDER 

1831. Maj. THOMAS HENRY SHAD WELL CLERKE. 

1831. Lieut. Col. ALEXANDER KENNEDY CLARK (afterwards Clark- 
Kennedy). 

1831. Capt. CHARLES MENZIES, E,.A. 

1831. CHARLES KONIG, Esq. (civil division). 

1831. JOHN LESLIE (civil division). 

1831. Sir JOHN FREDERICK WILLIAM HERSCHEL, bart. (civil division). 

1831. CHARLES BABBAGE. 

1831. CHARLES BELL (civil division). 

1831. JAMES IVORY (civil division). 

1831. DAVID BREWSTER, M.D. (civil division). 

1831. Maj. CHARLES DIGGLE. 

1831. Lieut. Col. ALEXANDER CAMPBELL. 

1831, Oct. 12. NICHOLAS HARRIS NICOLAS (civil division). 

1831. Capt. GUSTAVUS DU PLAT. 

1832. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM EJDDALL. 
1832. Lieut. Col. HENRY EAINEY. 

1832. Lieut. Col. ST. JOHN AUGUSTUS CLERKE. 

1832. Lieut. Col. JAMES CONSIDINE. 

1832. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM THORN. 

1832. Maj. JOHN Cox. 

1832. Maj. DIGBY MACKWORTH. 

1832. Maj. WILLIAM BECKWITH. 

1832. SAMUEL RUSH MEYRICK, LL.D. (civil division). 

1832. Sir JOHN WHITEFORD (civil division). 



K. H. 467 



1832. RICHARD MELLISH (civil division). 

1832. Capt. EGBERT SMART, E.K 

1832. Col. EGBERT Eoss. 

1832. Col. HENRY DAUBENEY. 

1832. Col. WALTER TREMENHEERE. 

1832. Lieut. Col. J. FULLARTON. 

1832. Lieut. Col. GEORGE WILLIAM PATY. 

1832. Lieut. Col. EGBERT NICKLE. 

1832. Lieut. Col. HENRY MADOX. 

1832. Lieut. Col. GEORGE GRAYDON. 

1832. Lieut. Col. JOHN EEED. 

1832. Lieut. Col. THOMAS EELES. 

1832. Lieut. Col. CHARLES BARKER TURNER. 

1832. Lieut. Col. MICHAEL CREAGH. 

1832. Maj. ARCHIBALD STEWART. 

1832. Maj. JAMES WALLER SAMO WALLER. 

1832. Lieut. Col. NATHANIEL THORN. 

1832. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM CHALMERS. 

1832. Col. EDWARD WALKER. 

1832. Col. HENRY JAMES EIDDELL. 

1832. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM BERESFORD. 

1832. Lieut. Col. JAMES CHARLES CHATTERTON. 

1832. Lieut. Col. EGBERT CHRISTOPHER MANSELL. 

1832. Lieut. Col. JOHN PEDDIE. 

;1832. Lieut. Col. LESLIE WALKER. 



468 ROYAL HANOVERIAN GUELPHIC ORDER 

1832. STEPNEY COWELL (civil division). 

1832. Maj. STEPHEN HOLMES. 

1832. Maj. WILLIAM ONSLOW. 

1832. Maj. GEORGE E. JONES. 

1832. Lieut. Col. JOHN MARSHALL. 

1832. FREDERICK MADDEN (civil division). 

1832. NICHOLAS CARLISLE (civil division). 

1832. Lieut. Col. CHALMERS. 

1832. Maj. J. WETHERALL. 

1832. FRANCIS PALGRAVE (civil division). 

1832. HENRY ELLIS (civil division). 

1832. EDMUND LODGE (Clarenceux King of Arms) (civil division). 

1833. Maj. GEORGE TEESDALE. 
1833. Lieut. Col. SAMUEL DALES. 
1833. Lieut. Col. ROBERT BULL. 

1833. Lieut. Col. THOMAS STAUNTON ST. CLAIR. 

1833. Lieut. Col. CHARLES ARCHIBALD MACALISTER. 

1833. Lieut. Col. GEORGE AUGUSTUS WETHERALL. 

1833. Lieut. Col. EDWARD THOMAS FITZGERALD. 

1833. Col. ALEXANDER FISHER MACINTOSH. 

1833. Lieut. Col. HENRY HANMER. 

1833. Lieut. Col. JAMES FREETH. 

1833. Lieut. Col. CHARLES KING. 

1833. Lieut. Col. CHARLES HOLLAND HASTINGS. 

1833. Lieut. Col. Sir ROBERT MOUBRAY. 



K. H. 469 

1833. Commander CHARLES HAULTAIN. 

1833. Maj. JOHN WRIGHT. 

1833. Maj. JOHN OWEN. 

1833. Maj. JOHN GARLAND. 

1833. Maj. WILLIAM FREDERICK FORSTER. 

1833. Maj. JOHN ARNAUD. 

1833. Maj. JOHN CHARLES HOPE. 

1833. Maj. JOHN FITZMAURICE. 

1833. Maj. JEREMIAH RATCLIFFE. 

1833. Maj. RONALD REGINALD MACDONALD. 

1833. Lieut. Col. FRANCIS MAULE. 

1833. JOHN CLARKE, M.D. (civil division). 

1833. Maj. GEORGE DOHERTY. 

1833. Capt. GEORGE TYLER, R.N. 

1833. H. C. COLEBROOKE. 

1833. GRAVES CHAMNEY HAUGHTON (civil division). 

1833. CHARLES WILKINS (civil division). 

1833. ROBERT WILLIAM ST. JOHN (civil division). 

1834. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM GREENSHIELDS POWER. 
1834. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM GARDNER FREER. 
1834. Maj. WILLIAM MACKIE. 

1834. Lieut. Col. JOHN HARE. 

1834. Maj. ROBERT WINCHESTER. 

1834. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM McAoAM. 

1834. Lieut. Col. ANDREW LEITH HAY. 



470 ROYAL HANOVERIAN GUELPHIC ORDER 

1834. Lieut. Col. WARNER WESTENRA HIGGINS. 

1834. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM GRANVILLE ELIOT. 

1834. Lieut. Col. ALEXANDER HOPE PATTISON. 

1834. Lieut. Col. EGBERT BURD GABRIEL. 

1834. Maj. GEORGE ANTOINE RAMSAY. 

1834. Lieut Col. CHARLES MCGRIGOR. 

1834. Lieut. Col. JAMES McMAiR. 

1834. Lieut. Col. HENRY SOMERSET. 

1834. Lieut. Col. JOHN CROSS. 

1834. Lieut. Col. BARTHOLOMEW VIGORS DERINZY. 

1834. Lieut. Col. JOSEPH THACKWELL. 

1834. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM GORDON CAMERON. 

1834. Col. FRANCIS SHERLOCK. 

1834. Lieut. Col. RICE JONES. 

1834. Lieut. Col. NATHAN WILSON. 

1834. Maj. Sir FRANCIS BOND HEAD. 

1834. Lieut. Col. HARRY BULTEEL HARRIS. 

1834. Lieut. Col. JOHN ELLIOT CAIRNES. 

1834. Lieut. Col. Sir THOMAS STEPHEN SORELL. 

1834. Capt. EDWARD LLOYD, R.N. 

1834. Capt. ROBERT FAIR. 

1834. Commander JOSEPH CHAPPELL WOOLNOUGH. 

1834. Capt. JOHN TOUP NICOLAS, R.N. 

1834. Col. THOMAS ABERNETHIE. 

1834. Lieut. Col. Jos YALLACK. 



K. H. 471 

1834. Sir GEORGE MAGRATH, M.D. (civil division). 

1834. Lieut. CHARLES HAMILTON SMITH. 

1834. Capt. EATON TRAVERS, R.K 

1834. Col. K EAMSAY. 

1834. Sir WILLIAM WOODS (Garter King of Arms) (civil division). 

1834. ALEXANDER TERRIER (civil division). 

1834. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM MACBEAN GEORGE COLEBROOKE. 

1835. Col. SAMUEL RICE. 
1835. Col. WILLIAM WOOD. 

1835. Capt. WILLIAM WILLMOTT HENDERSON, R.N. 

1835. Lieut. Col. JOHN JORDAN. 

1835. Lieut. Col. RICHARD ROBERTS. 

1835. Lieut. Col. CHICHESTER W. CROOKSHANKS. 

1835. Lieut. Col. EDWARD JACKSON. 

1835. Lieut. Col. THOMAS BUNBURY. 

1835. Lieut. Col. JOHN SPINK. 

1835. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM PEARCE. 

1835. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM BUSH. 

1835. Lieut. Col. lord ROBERT KERR. 

1835. Lieut. Col. BADCOCK. 

1835. Lieut. Col. LOVELL BENJAMIN LOVELL. 

1835. Lieut. Col. CHARLES STISTED. 

1835. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM JERVOIS. 

1835. Lieut. Col. ROBERT BARCLAY MACPHERSON. 

1835. Lieut. Col. JAMES HARVEY. 



472 ROYAL HANOVERIAN GUELPHIC ORDER 

1835. Lieut. Col. Sir JOHN ROWLAND EUSTACE. 

1835. Lieut. Col. JOHN TYLER. 

1835. Lieut. Col. GEORGE DISBROWE. 

1835. Maj. THOMAS HENRY MORICE. 

1835. Maj. THOMAS WILLIAM NICHOLSON. 

1835. Maj. Sir HENRY BAYLY. 

1835. Maj. FREDERICK MACBEAN. 

1835. Maj. WILLIAM Cox. 

1835. Maj. JOSEPH ANDERSON. 

1835. Maj. ARTHUR HILL TREVOR. 

1835. Maj. DONALD JOHN McQuEEN. 

1835. Maj. THOMAS RYAN. 

1835. Maj. SAMUEL THORPE. 

1835. Maj. PRINGLE TAYLOR. 

1835. Maj. WILLIAM FREKE WILLIAMS. 

1835. Maj. JAMES FORLONG. 

1835. Maj. ROBERT MULLEN. 

1835. Maj. ROBERT BIDWELL EDWARDS. 

1835. Commander SAMUEL WILLIAM BROWN. 

1835. Commander WALTER KIRBY. 

1835. Lieut. Col. HENRY BOOTH. 

1835. Lieut. Col. JOHN CAMPBELL. 

1836. Col. LOVE PARRY JONES PARRY. 
1836. Col. NATHANIEL BURSLEM. 
1836. Col. Sir CHARLES WEBB DANCE. 



K. H. 473 

1836. Col. JOHN POTTER HAMILTON. 

1836. Col. MILLER CLIFFORD. 

1836. Col. STEPHEN ARTHUR GOODMAN. 

1836. Lieut. Col. HARRIS COOKE HAILES. 

1836. Lieut. Col. THOMAS THORNBURY WOOLDRIDGE. 

1836. Lieut. Col. GEORGE DEAN PITT. 

1836. Lieut. Col. SATJMAREZ BROCK. 

1835. Lieut. Col. THOMAS VALIANT. 

1836. Lieut. Col. NICHOLAS HAMILTON. 
1836. Lieut. Col. IJERRASE TURBERVILL. 
1836. Lieut. Col. GEORGE GORE. 

1836. Lieut. Col. GEORGE AUGUSTUS HENDERSON. 

1836. Lieut. Col. CHARLES LESLIE. 

1836. Lieut. Col. EGBERT ANDERSON. 

1836. Lieut. Col. JOHN MCCASKILL. 

1836. Lieut. Col. ALEXANDER FINDLAT. 

1836. Lieut. Col. PAUL PHIPPS. 

1836. Lieut. Col. JAMES CAMPBELL. 

1836. Lieut. Col. EICHARD ENGLAND. 

1836. Lieut. Col. JOHN GEDDES. 

1836. Lieut. Col. the Hon. CHARLES STEPHEN GORE. 

1836. Lieut. Col. JOHN CHRISTOPHER HARRISON. 

1836. Lieut. Col. ALEXANDER MUNRO. 

1836. Lieut. Col. JOHN OLDFIELD. 

1836. Lieut. Col. EDWARD WILDMAN. 



474 ROYAL HANOVERIAN GUELPHIC ORDER 

1836. Lieut. Col. THOMAS WEARE. 

1836. Lieut. Col. CUDBERT FRENCH. 

1836. Lieut. Col. Sir HENRY GEORGE MACLEOD. 

1836. Lieut. Col. ARCHIBALD MONTGOMERY MAXWELL. 

1836. Lieut. Col. ALEXANDER CLERKE. 

1836. Col. HENRY BALNEAVIS. 

1836. Lieut. Col. EDWARD THOMAS FITZ GERALD. 

1836. Maj. NORCLIFFE NORCLIFFE. 

1836. Maj. JOHN WILSON. 

1836. Maj. JAMES HENDERSON. 

1836. Maj. JOHN EOBYNS. 

1836. Maj. WILLIAM HENRY NEWTON. 

1836. Lieut. Col. EDWARD CHARLETON. 

1836. Maj. HENRY HERBERT MANNERS. 

1836. Maj. JOHN PAUL HOPKINS. 

1836. Maj. NICHOLAS WILSON. 

1836. Maj. EGBERT EDWARD BURROWES. 

1836. Brevet Maj. WILLIAM EDWARD PAGE. 

1836. Maj. GEORGE PIPON. 

1836. Maj. THOMAS MOLYNEUX- WILLIAMS. 

1836. Maj. PLOMER YOUNG. 

1836. Maj. ALEXANDER BARTON. 

1836. Maj. ARTHUR DU BOURDIEU. 

1836. Maj. CHARLES CORNWALLIS MICHELL. 

1836. Maj. EGBERT GARRETT. 



K. H. 475 

1836. Maj. JOHN SALISBURY JONES. 

1836. Capt. WILSON BRADDYLL BIGLAND, E.N. 

1836. Capt. STANHOPE LOVELL [?BADCOCK], E.N. 

1836. Capt. BUCKLAND STIRLING BLUETT, E.N. 

1836. Capt. JOHN CARPENTER, E.N. 

1836. Capt. Sir HENRY JOHN LEEKE, E.N. 

1836. Capt. SAMUEL EADFORD, E.N. 

1836. Capt. WILLIAM HOTHAM, E.N. 

1836. Capt. ALEXANDER BARKCLAY BRANCH, E.N. 

1836. Commander" JOSEPH SHERER, E.N. 

1836. Maj. JAMES BUTLER. 

1836. Maj. ABRAHAM JOSIAS CLOETE. 

1836. GEORGE FREDERICK BELTZ ('Lancaster Herald') (civil division). 

1836. Prof. Dr. WILLIAM JACKSON HOOKER (civil division). 

1836. Capt. JOHN HINDMARSH, E.N. 

1836. Commander Sir JAMES PEARL. 

1836. Commander ALEXANDER MACONOCHIE. 

1836. Sir JOSEPH DE COURCY LAFFAN, bart. (civil division). 

1836. JOHN M. BRACKENBURY (civil division). 

1836. Maj. FREDERICK CHIDLEY IRVIN. 

1836. JOHN EOBISON (civil division). 

1837. Commander CHRISTOPHER KNIGHT. 
1837. Capt. JAMES EYDER BURTON, E.N. 
1837. Capt. JAMES WILLIAM GABRIEL, E.N. 
1837. Capt. CHARLES WARDE, E.N. 



476 ROYAL HANOVERIAN GUELPHIC ORDER 

1837. Commander BENJAMIN MORTON TESTING. 

1837. Capt. WILLIAM JOHN COLE, R.JST. 

1837. Commander JOHN POWNEY. 

1837. Capt. WILLIAM SLAUGHTER, K.K 

1837. Lieut. Col. GEORGE PARIS BRADSHAW. 

1837. Lieut. Col. TURTLIFF BOYER. 

1837. Lieut. Col. CHARLES CADELL. 

1837. Lieut. Col. JOHN CARTER. 

1837. Lieut. Col. ALEXANDER CAIRNCROSS. 

1837. Lieut. Col. JOHN CROWDER. 

1837. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM ELLIOTT. 

1837. Lieut. Col. CHESBOROUGH GRANT FALCONAR. 

1837. Lieut. Col. JAMES FORREST FULTON. 

1837. Lieut. Col. GEORGE GAWLER. 

1837. Lieut. Col. JOHN HOGGE. 

1837. Lieut. Col. THOMAS PHIPPS HOWARD. 

1837. Lieut. Col. JAMES JACKSON. 

1837. Lieut. Col. JOHN LESLIE. 

1837. Lieut. Col. THOMAS MARTEN. 

1837. Lieut. Col. DONALD MACPHERSON. 

1837. Lieut. Col. JOHN MOORE. 

1837. Lieut. Col. JAMES POOLE GATES. 

1837. Lieut. Col. THOMAS POWELL. 

1837. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM SALL. 

1837. Lieut. Col. EGBERT WALLACE. 



K. H. 477 

1837. Maj. J. JOCELYN ANDERSON. 

1837. Maj. JOHN AUSTEN. 

1837. Maj. HENRY ANDREWS. 

1837. Maj. HENRY BAYNES. 

1837. Maj. WILLIAM BRUCE. 

1837. Maj. JAMES BRIGGS. 

1837. Maj. JOHN BOGUE. 

1837. Maj. WILLIAM BURNEY. 

1837. Maj. WILLIAM BRERETON. 

1837. Maj. PETER BISHOP. 

1837. Maj. ANDREW CLARKE. 

1837. Maj. EGBERT NOBLE CROSSE. 

1837. Maj. EYRE JOHN CRABBE. 

1837. Maj. JOHN CLARKE. 

1837. Maj. JOHN CROWE. 

1837. Maj. CHARLES DEANE. 

1837. Maj. WILLIAM HENRY ELLIOTT. 

1837. Maj. EGBERT ERASER. 

1837. Maj. WILLIAM GREEN. 

1837. Maj. - - GROVE. 

1837. Maj. ALEXANDER GRANT. 

1837. Maj. JOHN WILLIAM HENDERSON. 

1837. Maj. JOSEPH MARK HARTY. 

1837. Maj. JAMES PRICE HELY. 

1837. Maj. BISSELL HARVEY. 



478 ROYAL HANOVERIAN GUELPHIC ORDER 

1837. Maj. NORMAN LAMONT. 

1837. Maj. HENRY FREDERICK LOCKYER. 

1837. Maj. EGBERT LAW. 

1837. Maj. PIERCE LOWEN. 

1837. Maj. CHARLES LEVINGE. 

1837. Maj. MONSON MOLESWORTH MADDEN. 

1837. Maj. GEORGE MARSHALL. 

1837. Maj. WILLIAM MILLER. 

1837. Maj. JOHN PENNYCUICK. 

1837. Maj. EDWARD JOHNATHAN PRIESTLEY. 

1837. Maj. JAMES HENRY PHELPS. 

1837. Maj. JAMES EJERR Eoss. 

1837. Maj. JOHN SINGLETON. 

1837. Maj. GEORGE FITZGERALD STACK. 

1837. Maj. JOSEPH CLAVELL SLADDON SLYFIELD. 

1887. Maj. PEREGRINE FRANCIS THORNE. 

1837. Maj. JAMES TRAVERS. 

1837. Maj. JAMES BADHAM THORNHILL. 

1837. Maj. ABRAHAM BERESFORD TAYLOR. 

1837. Maj. EGBERT HENRY WILLCOCKS. 

1837. Lieut. Col. WILLIAM LEIGHTON WOOD. 

1837. Lieut. Col. GEORGE WILKINS. 

1837. JAMES ARTHUR, M.D. (civil division). 

1837. WILLIAM DURIE (civil division), assistant inspector of 
Hospitals. 



K. H. 479 

1837. ROBERT PURKIS HILLYAR (civil division), surgeon in the 
Royal Navy. 

1837. CHARLES F. FORBES, M.D. (civil division). 

1837. Capt. Sir SPENCER LAMBERT HUNTER VASSALL, R.N. 

1837. Lieut. Col. JOHN FALCONAR BRIGGS. 

1837. SHEFFIELD GRACE (civil division). 

1837. JAMES BURNS, M.D. (civil division). 

1837. Sir CHARLES AUGUSTUS FITZROY (civil division). 



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