Deputy lieutenant of Aberdeen

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Deputy lieutenants of Aberdeen are commissioned by the Lord Provost of Aberdeen who, since 1899 by virtue of office, is also Lord-Lieutenant of Aberdeen City.

The Lieutenancy Area of Aberdeen City was formerly known as the County of the City of Aberdeen - not to be confused with the County of Aberdeen, which is now known as Aberdeenshire.

19th CenturyEdit

20th centuryEdit

  • 11 October 1905: William Meff jun.[2]
  • 11 October 1905: Sir James Taggart, KBE[2]
  • 10 September 1908: Sir John Fleming[3]
  • 10 September 1908: Colonel James Ogston[3]
  • 29 November 1910: Colonel Lachlan Mackinnon[4]
  • 27 October 1911: Major General Sir Alexander John Forsyth Reid, KCB[5]
  • 26 April 1912: Alexander Wilson[6]
  • 28 July 1915: Rt. Hon. Norman Buchan, 18th Earl of Caithness[7]
  • 28 July 1915: Weetman Pearson, 1st Baron Cowdray[7]
  • 28 July 1915: Major General Sir James Ronald Leslie Macdonald[7]
  • 28 July 1915: Rt. Hon. Harold John Tennant[7]
  • 28 July 1915: John Turner[7]
  • 21 September 1917: Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Arthur Grant, 10th Baronet, DSO[8]
  • 21 September 1917: Colonel William Andrew Mellis[8]
  • 21 September 1917: Lieutenant-Colonel James Ochoncar Forbes[8]
  • 5 August 1918: George Bennett Mitchell, MBE[9]
  • 23 January 1920: Major William Yeats McDonald[10]
  • 10 September 1925: Commander Wilfrid Bayley Pirie[11]
  • 10 September 1925: Colonel Macbeth Moir Duncan, CMG[11]
  • 10 September 1925: Colonel William Smith Gill[11]
  • 10 September 1925: Colonel Thomas Ogilvie[11]
  • 10 September 1925: Colonel John Scott Riddell, [11]
  • 2 August 1926: Lieutenant Harry Alexander Holmes[12]
  • 11 February 1928: Robert Williams[13]
  • 28 May 1928: Colonel Frederick Richard Gerrard Forsyth[14]
  • 4 December 1929: Colonel Harry Jackson Kinghorn[15]
  • 4 December 1929: Sir Andrew Jopp Williams Lewis[15]
  • 5 April 1930: Colonel Frank Fleming[16]
  • 5 April 1930: Brevet Colonel Sir John Marnoch, KCVO[16]
  • 16 February 1932: John Malcolm Fyfe[17]
  • 18 October 1932: Honorary Major John Reid Dean[18]
  • 15 February 1933: James Reid Rust[19]
  • 30 March 1935: The Most Honourable The Marquis of Aberdeen and Temair, OBE[20]
  • 30 March 1935: Colonel Thomas Fraser, CBE[20]
  • 19 November 1935: Captain James Hay[21]
  • 19 November 1935: Major Malcolm Vivian Hay[21]
  • 14 January 1936: Henry Alexander[22]
  • 15 December 1938: Lieutenant-Colonel Edward William Watt[23]
  • 15 December 1938: Major Alexander Lyon[23]
  • 15 December 1938: Honorary Colonel James Dawson[23]
  • 8 April 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel McDonald, CMG DSO**[24][25][26] Also recipient of the Portuguese Order of Aviz[27] and Sheriff Substitute of Lanarkshire.[28]
  • 8 April 1952: Duncan Fraser, CBE[24]
  • 8 April 1952: Sir Alexander Greig Anderson, KCVO[24]
  • 6 July 1953: William David Reid, OBE[29]
  • 30 August 1956: Lieutenant Athol Benzie[30]
  • 30 August 1956: Reverend Professor John Macdonald Graham, CBE[30]
  • 30 August 1956: Colonel Edward Birnie Reid, OBE[30]
  • 12 May 1959: Honorary Colonel Roy Brown Strathdee, OBE[31]
  • 12 May 1959: Honorary Colonel Alexander Milne, OBE[31]
  • 12 May 1959: Lieutenant-Colonel and Brevet Colonel Lachlan Mackinnon, CBE[31]
  • 17 April 1964: George Stephen, CBE[32]
  • 17 April 1964: Lieutenant-Colonel James Shankley[32]
  • 17 April 1964: Lieutenant-Colonel and Brevet Colonel Thomas Patrick Edward Murray, OBE[32]
  • 17 April 1964: Captain (Honorary Major) James Scott Gray Munro[32]
  • 17 April 1964: Honorary Colonel John Cecil King, CBE[32]
  • 17 April 1964: Lieutenant-Colonel and Brevet Colonel Douglas Edmond, OBE[32]
  • 17 April 1964: Sir Ian Robert Algernon Forbes-Leith of Fyvie, Bt., MBE[32]
  • 27 September 1965: Reverend Professor John Macdonald Graham, CBE[33]
  • 1 May 1967: Honorary Major James Campbell Williamson[34]
  • 1 May 1967: Colonel Alexander Logie Stalker[34]
  • 1 May 1967: William Ranald Stewart Mellis[34]
  • 1 May 1967: Lieutenant Richard Tunstall Ellis, OBE[34]
  • 1 May 1967: Squadron Leader James Downie Campbell[34]
  • 1 May 1967: Dr Logie Samuel Bain[34]
  • 1 December 1970: Norman Hogg, CBE[35]
  • 31 May 1978: Lieutenant James Fergus Watt[36]
  • 31 May 1978: Frank Ramsay[36]
  • 31 May 1978: Major David Maxwell Procter, OBE[36]
  • 31 May 1978: Captain Kenneth Jamieson Peters, CBE[36]
  • 31 May 1978: Lieutenant-Colonel Charles John Howell Mann, OBE[36]
  • 31 May 1978: Lieutenant Joseph Robert Carry, MBE[36]
  • 10 December 1992: Charles Leslie Robertson[37]
  • 20 December 1993: William Wyllie, MBE[38] (Appointed Vice Lord-Lieutenant 2004)
  • 12 September 1995: James Alexander Lamond[39]
  • 12 September 1995: Audrey Anne Dawson, OBE[39]
  • 12 September 1995: Alan John Codona[39]
  • 29 April 1999: Philip Kivuva Muinde, OBE, DL, MA, MLitt, DBA[40]
  • 29 April 1999: Alison Skene, MBE[40] (Appointed Vice Lord-Lieutenant on 4 January 2007)

21st centuryEdit

  • 17 April 2003: Andrew Lawtie[41] Appointed Vice Lord-Lieutenant on 3 September 2015.
  • 17 April 2003: Lavina Massie, MBE[41]
  • 3 March 2005: Michael C. Hastie, former Councillor
  • 3 March 2005: Roy Hendry Thomson, KStJ, DL, MA, MLitt
  • 3 March 2005: Jennifer A. Shirreffs, MBE, CStJ, DL, BSc, MUniv
  • 3 March 2005: Joseph Leiper, OBE, DL, MA, DipEd, former Headmaster
  • 4 January 2007: John L. Langler
  • 17 January 2007: James Smith Milne, CBE, DL, DBA, DHC[42]
  • 7 December 2007: Forbes McCallum[43]
  • 17 April 2008: Margurita Esson[44]
  • 17 April 2008: Audrey Walker[44]
  • 23 April 2010: Dennis Davidson[45]
  • 16 March 2012: Beverley Graham[46]
  • 5 December 2013: Sir Ian Diamond[47], Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Aberdeen
  • 20 April 2015: Gregory Poon, MBE[48]
  • 17 November 2015: Lady (Joan) Catto, MBE[49]
  • 19 December 2017: William Young[50], former Aberdeen City Councillor
  • 19 December 2017: Isabel McIntyre[50]
  • December 2019: Gillian Milne
  • December 2019: Graham Guyan

ReferencesEdit

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