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Clarenceux King of Arms


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Clarenceux King of Arms

Clarenceux King of Arms

Clarenceux King of Arms

ATHILL, Charles Harold (died 1922), Clarenceux King of Arms, 1919

WELDON, William Henry (1837 - 1919), Clarenceux King-of-Arms since 1911

LEE, Gordon Ambrose de Lisle (1864 - 1927), Clarenceux King of Arms since 1926

COCHRANE, Arthur William Steuart (1872 - 1954), Clarenceux King of Arms since 1928

COKAYNE, George Edward (1825 - 1911), Clarenceux King-of-Arms from 1894

LINDSAY, William Alexander (1846 - 1926), Peerage-Counsel; Clarenceux King of Arms since 1922

DICKINSON, Patric Laurence (born 1950), Clarenceux King of Arms, since 2010; Secretary, Order of the Garter, since 2004

RUSSELL, Archibald George Blomefield (1879 - 1955), FREntS; JP (Dorset); Clarenceux King of Arms, 1954; Lancaster Herald, 1922; Earl Marshal’s Secretary

CHESSHYRE, (David) Hubert (Boothby) (born 1940), Clarenceux King of Arms, 1997–2010; Secretary, Most Noble Order of the Garter, 1988–2003; Registrar of the College of Arms, 1992–2000

BROOKE-LITTLE, John Philip Brooke (1927 - 2006), Norroy and Ulster King of Arms, and King of Arms, Registrar and Knight Attendant on the Most Illustrious Order of St Patrick, 1980–95; Librarian, 1974–94, and Treasurer, 1978–95, College of Arms; Clarenceux King of Arms, 1995–97

HEATON-ARMSTRONG, John Dunamace (1888 - 1967), Clarenceux King of Arms, since 1956; Captain (retired) Indian Army Reserve; XXth Royal Deccan Horse; Squadron Leader (retired) Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve; barrister-at-law

WAGNER, Anthony (Richard) (1908 - 1995), Clarenceux King of Arms, since 1978; Director, Heralds’ Museum, Tower of London, 1978–83; Knight Principal, Imperial Society of Knights Bachelor, 1962–83; Secretary of Order of the Garter, 1952–61; Joint Register of Court of Chivalry, since 1954; General Editor, Society of Antiquaries’ Dictionary of British Arms, since 1940 (first volume published, 1992)

 

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The second ranking King of Arms in England.

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