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first lieutenant

Wentworth, Thomas, first earl of Strafford (1593-1641), lord lieutenant of Ireland

Butler, James, first duke of Ormond (1610-1688), lord lieutenant of Ireland

Stanhope, Arthur Philip (1838 - 1905), Lord-Lieutenant of Kent from 1890; First Church Estates Commissioner

Cornwallis, Charles, first Marquess Cornwallis (1738-1805), governor-general of India and lord lieutenant of Ireland

RUGGLES-BRISE, John Archibald (1908 - 2007), JP; Lord-Lieutenant of Essex, 1958–78; first Pro-Chancellor, University of Essex, 1964–79

PAXTON, Thomas (died 1930), Lord Provost of Glasgow and Lord Lieutenant of the County of the City of Glasgow, 1920–23; Order of Merit of Chile (First Class)

BATHURST, (David) Benjamin (born 1936), First Sea Lord and Chief of Naval Staff, and First and Principal Naval Aide-de-Camp to the Queen, 1993–95; Vice Lord-Lieutenant, Somerset, 1999–2011

CRAWFORD, Douglas Inglis (1904 - 1981), first Lord-Lieutenant, Metropolitan County of Merseyside, 1974–79; Vice-Chairman, United Biscuits, 1962–74; Life President: D. S. Crawford Ltd; William Crawford & Sons Ltd, 1981

Sinclair, Robin Macdonald (1922 - 1995), JP, Lord-Lieutenant of Caithness, since 1973; Founder and first Chairman, Caithness Glass Ltd; Chairman: Sinclair Family Trust Ltd; Lochdhu Hotels Ltd; Thurso Fisheries Ltd; Director, Stephens (Plastics) Ltd

Crichton, John Henry (1839 - 1914), PC Ire; KP; [title taken from Lough Erne; the first holder was Abraham Creichton, great-great-grandfather of present peer]; HM’s Lieutenant for Co. Fermanagh from 1885

JAIPUR, Sawai Madho Singh Bahadur (1861 - 1922), Hon. Lieutenant-General; Hon. Colonel of 13th Rajputs (Shekhawati) Regiment, 1904; Member of the First Class of the Order of the Crown of Prussia, 1910

Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, George Granville (1888 - 1963), PC 1936, Lord-Lieutenant, Sutherland, 1913–15; former Hon. Col 5th Seaforth Highlanders; former Pres. Sutherland TA Assoc.; former President British Olympic Association; First President (later Vice-President), National Playing Fields Associations: former President British Group Interparliamentary Union

Lowry-Corry, Somerset Richard (1835 - 1913), Representative Peer for Ireland, 1857 (Senior from 1893); HM Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum, Co. Tyrone from 1892; JP Cos Tyrone, Fermanagh, and Kent; [title taken from a mountain in Co. Fermanagh; the first peer was MP for Tyrone, and an extensive landowner in Tyrone, Fermanagh, Longford, Monaghan, and Armagh]

SMALLMAN, (Henry) George (1854 - 1923), one of HM Lieutenants of the City of London; Commander of the Order of the Redeemer of Greece; Knighthood (First Class) of the Royal Order of Saint Olaf of Norway; a Governor of St Bartholomew’s Hospital; Past Master of the Fanmakers’ Company

BULKELEY, Richard Henry Williams- (1862 - 1942), Hon. Commodore, RNR; Lord-Lieutenant Anglesea since 1896; late Lieut commanding Royal Naval Artillery Vols, Liverpool Brigade; late Colonel commanding Royal Anglesea RE Militia; now Lieut-Col in Army; late Commander Mersey Div. RNVR; Hon. Commodore RNR and late Chairman Admiralty Volunteer Committee; appointed to command Royal Naval Depot at Crystal Palace, 1914; Younger Brother, Trinity House; Commodore RNR; First Officer RNR appointed to this rank; Chairman Quarter Sessions, 1889; retired, 1929

STEVENSON, Daniel Macaulay (1851 - 1944), DL; Officier de la Légion d’Honneur; Grande Ufficiale della Corona d’Italia; Commander of the Order of the Crown of Belgium; Member of the Deutsche Akademie; Grand Order of Isabel la Catolica; Order of the German Eagle (First Class); Chancellor of Glasgow University since 1934; Lord Provost of Glasgow and Lord-Lieutenant of the County of the City of Glasgow, 1911–14

Russell, Herbrand Arthur (1858 - 1940), Lord Lieutenant of the County of Middlesex, 1898–1926; First Mayor of Holborn; a Trustee of the British Museum until 1927; Chairman Bedfordshire County Council 1895–1928; late Colonel commanding 3rd Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment; rejoined Regular Army Nov. 1914–19 (despatches, KBE); ADC to King Edward VII and King George V, 1908–19 (despatches, KBE); ADC to King Edward VII and King George V, 1908–20; President of the Zoological Society of London, 1899–1936; President of University College Hospital to 1928, and Imperial Cancer Research Fund to 1936

EVANS, Murland de Grasse (1874 - 1946), Major, late 5th London Brigade, RFA; Staff Lieut (1st class) 1915; Member of the International Commission for the purchase of supplies for the Allies, 1916–17; Member of the Royal Institution; Member of the Shipwright’s Company; Rector of Tittleshall with Godwick and Wellingham since 1940; one of HM’s Lieutenants for the City of London; Order of the Medjidieh, 2nd Class, of Takovo (Serbia), and of St Stanislas; sometime a member of the firm of Donald Currie and Co., Managers of the Union Castle Mail Steamship Company, Ltd; inaugurated the first All-British Steamship Service round Africa, 1910

 

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1 a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army, Air Force, or Marine Corps ranking above second lieutenant and below captain.

2 a naval officer responsible for the maintenance of a ship or shore station.

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