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CHALMER, Reginald (1844 - 1911), retired Lieutenant-Colonel King’s Royal Rifle Corps

ROBERTS, Frederick Hugh Sherston (1872 - 1899), Lieutenant, King’s Royal Rifles

PRICE, Rose (1878 - 1901), Lieutenant 3rd Battalion King’s Royal Rifle Corps

READHEAD, James (Templeman) (1910 - 1988), Lieutenant late King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, TA

WAKE, Hereward (born 1916), Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Northamptonshire, 1984–91; Major (retired) King’s Royal Rifle Corps

Douglas-Home, Charles Cospatrick Archibald (1873 - 1951), Lord Lieutenant of Berwickshire since 1930; Capt. King’s Bodyguard for Scotland, Royal Company of Archers

CARRUTHERS, Francis John (1868 - 1945), HM Lieutenant in the County of Dumfries; Brigadier the Royal Company of Archers (King’s Bodyguard for Scotland)

LYLE, Archibald Moir Park (1884 - 1946), Vice-Lieutenant, County of Perth; Member of Royal Archers, King’s Bodyguard for Scotland

THOMPSON, Peile (1911 - 1985), Lieutenant-Colonel (retired), The Manchester Regiment and King’s African Rifles

FLETCHER, William Alfred Littledale (1869 - 1919), Lieutenant-Colonel, 2/6 Rifle Battalion King’s Liverpool Regiment

BATTEN, John Mount (1843 - 1916), HM Lieutenant for Dorset and Poole; JP, Somerset and Dorset; late The King’s (Liverpool Regiment)

BATTYE, Clinton Wynyard (1874 - 1917), 85th King’s Light Infantry; Lieutenant-Colonel, 1/4th East Lancashire Regiment in France

GRIERSON, Alexander Davidson (1858 - 1912), JP; Lieutenant-Colonel (retired), 3rd Battalion King’s Own Scottish Borderers

BUTLER, Thomas Pierce (1836 - 1909), JP, DL; Vice-Lieutenant of Carlow; Hon. Colonel 8th Battalion King’s Royal Rifles

LEVINGE, Richard William (1878 - 1914), DL Co. West Meath; Lieutenant 8th (King’s Royal Irish) Hussars

HENNELL, Reginald (1844 - 1925), Lieutenant The King’s Body-Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard

Parsons, William Edward (1873 - 1918), Major Irish Guards; HM Lieutenant King’s County; Representative Peer for Ireland since 1911

FLETCHER, (Edward) Lionel (1876 - 1968), Lieutenant-Colonel Royal Marines (retired); Commander Royal Naval Reserve (Hon.); Captain (retired) 6th (Rifle) Battalion the King’s Regiment (Liverpool); Major Home Guard, 1941

Hastings, Warner Francis John Plantagenet (1868 - 1939), Lieut-Col late commanding 3rd Batt. Prince of Wales’s Leinster Regt; Deputy-Lieutenant, King’s Co.

COURTENAY, Arthur Henry (1852 - 1927), Hon. Lieutenant-Colonel in Army; late Master of the High Court of Justice in Ireland (King’s Bench Division); retired, 1918

 

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The title given to the more socially exalted governors of Ireland in the later Middle Ages. It was also borne by nobles sent to rule English Gascony, and by those ...

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