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List of Knights and Dames Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George

Below is a list of Knights and Dames Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George.

  •   This indicates that the appointment was Honorary.
  • An asterix (*) indicates a Dame Grand Cross.

Contents

George III (Regency)Edit

Appointment Name Notes
27 April 1818 Lieutenant-General Sir Thomas Maitland Grand Master 1818–1824, Governor of Malta and Lord High Commissioner of the Ionian islands
18 November 1818 Emanuel, Baron Theotoky President of the Ionian Senate
Stamo Calichiopulo Senator of the Ionian Islands
Antonio, Count of Comuto
16 December 1818 Vice-Admiral Sir Charles Vinicombe Penrose Naval Commander-in-Chief in the Mediterranean
Giuseppe Borg Olivier President of the Court of Appeal of Malta
Raffaele Crispino Xerri Member of the Supreme Council of Justice of Malta
26 October 1819 Vice-Admiral Sir Thomas Francis Fremantle Naval Commander-in-Chief in the Mediterranean
Frederick North, 5th Earl of Guilford Chancellor of the Ionian Academy

George IVEdit

Appointment Name Notes
28 September 1820 Admiral Sir Graham Moore Naval Commander-in-Chief in the Mediterranean
27 September 1821 Sir Frederick Adam Officer of the troops in the Ionian Islands
1 March 1823 Count Nicolo Anino Senator of the Ionian Islands
16 January 1824 Admiral Sir Harry Burrard-Neale, Bart. Naval Commander-in-Chief in the Mediterranean
20 June 1825 Field Marshal Prince Adolphus Frederick, Duke of Cambridge Grand Master 1825–1850
30 July 1825 Marino Veja President of the Ionian Senate
23 April 1827 Admiral Sir Edward Codrington Naval Commander-in-Chief in the Mediterranean
5 November 1828 Major-General The Honourable Sir Frederick Cavendish Ponsonby Lieutenant-Governor of Malta
21 January 1829 Admiral Sir Pulteney Malcolm Naval Commander-in-Chief in the Mediterranean

William IVEdit

Appointment Name Notes
4 July 1831 Vice-Admiral The Honourable Sir Henry Hotham Naval Commander-in-Chief in the Mediterranean
28 May 1832 Giuseppe Calcédonio Debono Member of the Supreme Council of Justice of Malta
6 June 1832 Giovanni Cappadoca Member of the Supreme Council of Justice of Malta
Angiolo Condari Senator of the Ionian Islands
22 June 1832 Sir James Macdonald, Bart. Lord High Commissioner of the Ionian Islands, died before investiture
30 June 1832 Lieutenant-General Sir Alexander George Woodford Commander of the Forces in the Ionian Islands
12 August 1832 George Nugent-Grenville, 2nd Baron Nugent Lord High Commissioner of the Ionian Islands
4 May 1833 Sir Frederick Hankey Chief Secretary to the Governor of Malta
26 June 1833 Rear-Admiral Sir Thomas Briggs Superintendent of the dockyard at Malta
17 July 1833 Spiridion Vittor, Count Bulgari President of the Ionian Senate
22 February 1834 Admiral Sir Josias Rowley, Bart. Naval Commander-in-Chief in the Mediterranean
18 March 1835 Lieutenant-General Sir Howard Douglas, Bart. Lord High Commissioner of the Ionian Islands
2 April 1836 Paolo, Count Parisio Lord-Lieutenant of Malta
28 September 1836 Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Frederick Bouverie Governor of Malta
10 May 1837 General Henry Pigot
General Thomas Graham, 1st Baron Lynedoch
Admiral The Honourable Robert Stopford Naval Commander-in-Chief in the Mediterranean
General Sir Martin Hunter
General Sir William Wilkinson
Lieutenant-General Sir Charles Bulkeley Egerton
General Sir John Oswald
Lieutenant-General Sir Hudson Lowe
Vice-Admiral Sir Richard Hussey Hussey
17 May 1837 Admiral Sir George Martin
Major-General Sir Patrick Ross

VictoriaEdit

Appointment Name Notes
26 April 1838 Pietro Petrizzopulo President of the Ionian Senate
2 May 1838 Vice-Admiral Sir George Eyre
30 August 1839 Sir Vittor Caridi
7 July 1840 Sir Francisco Muzzan
Sir Pietro Coidan
6 October 1840 Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas Chancellor and Senior Knight Commander of the Order
15 January 1842 Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha Queen's consort
21 January 1842 Demetrio, Count Della Decima
18 March 1842 Sir Agostino Randon
3 July 1843 Lieutenant-General John Colborne, 1st Baron Seaton Lord High Commissioner of the Ionian Islands
Lieutenant-General The Honourable Sir Patrick Stuart Governor of Malta
16 December 1844 Antonio, Count Theotoky
26 June 1845 Prince George, Duke of Cambridge Grand Master 1845–1904
31 Mar 1847 Spiridione Focca Stefano President of the Senate of the Ionian Islands
25 June 1849 Henry George Ward Lord High Commissioner of the Ionian Islands
7 September 1850 Demetrio, Count Salomon President of the Senate of the Ionian Islands
23 November 1852 Candiana, Count Roma President of the Senate of the Ionian Islands
Demetrio, Count Caruso Regent of Cephalonia
27 June 1853 Vincenzo Casolani Collector of the land revenue of Malta
31 Mar 1855 Alessandro Damaschino
16 May 1855 Sir John Young, Bart. Lord High Commissioners of the Ionian Islands, later Baron Lisgar
11 January 1856 Colonel Sir William Reid Governor of Malta
28 January 1856 Sir Ignatius Gavin Bonavita
Giuseppe Maria de Piro, barone di Budaq
9 July 1957 Demetrio, Count Valsamachi
Dionisio, Count Flamburiari For long services to the Ionian Government
15 May 1858 Admiral Edmund Lyons, 1st Baron Lyons Naval Commander-in-Chief in the Mediterranean
15 February 1859 Colonel Sir Henry Knight Storks Lord High Commissioner of the Ionian Islands
16 April 1860 Major-General Sir John Gaspard Le Marchant Governor of Malta
George Ferguson Bowen Governor of Queensland
16 April 1860 Sir Paolo Dingli President of the Court of Appeal of Malta
21 May 1864 Sir Pietro Armeni Braila Secretary of the Ionian Senate
2 March 1867 Sir Georgio Marcoran Judge of the Supreme Court of the Ionian Islands
24 April 1868 Sir Adriano Dingli Crown Law Officer and Crown Advocate of Malta
Sir Edward Victor Louis Houlton Chief Secretary to the Government of Malta
23 April 1868 Lieutenant-General Sir Patrick Grant Governor of Malta
13 February 1869 The Right Honourable Charles Stanley Monck, 4th Viscount Monck Governor-General of Canada and Governor-in-Chief of Prince Edward Island
25 Mar 1869 The Right Honourable Edward George Geoffrey Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby Former Secretary of State for War and the Colonies
The Right Honourable Henry George Grey, 3rd Earl Grey Former Secretary of State for War and the Colonies
The Right Honourable John Russell, 1st Earl Russell Former Secretary of State for War and the Colonies
29 June 1869 Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh
24 November 1869 The Right Honourable Edward George Earle Bulwer-Lytton, 1st Baron Lytton Former Secretary of State for the Colonies
16 April 1870 Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn
23 June 1873 The Right Honourable John Henry Thomas Manners-Sutton, 3rd Viscount Canterbury Former Governor of Victoria
20 February 1874 Sir Henry Barkly Governor of the Cape of Good Hope
Sir John Peter Grant Former Governor of Jamaica
31 March 1874 General Sir Garnet Joseph Wolseley For distinguished services in command of the expedition against the Ashanti.
23 April 1874 John Hawley Glover Special Commissioner to the friendly native chiefs on the Gold Coast.
21 January 1875 Sir Hercules George Robert Robinson For special services in connection with the cession of the Fiji Islands.
20 March 1876 Abu Bakar, Sultan of Jahore (Honorary) For services during the disturbances in the Malay Peninsula, in 1875-76.
11 May 1876 The Right Honourable Frederick Temple, Earl of Dufferin Governor-General of Canada
31 May 1877 The Prince of Wales (Extra)
The Most Honourable George Augustus Constantine Phipps, 4th Marquess of Normanby Governor of New Zealand
12 December 1877 Lieutenant-General Sir Arthur Purves Phayre Governor of Mauritius
6 February 1878 The Honourable Sir Arthur Hamilton-Gordon Governor of Fiji
25 May 1878 Major-General Sir William Francis Drummond Jervois Governor of South Australia
25 May 1878 Sir Alexander Tilloch Galt Member of the Halifax Fisheries Commission
3 August 1878 Chulalongkorn, King of Siam (Honorary) For services to the Government of the Straits Settlements during the disturbances in the Malay States in 1875-76.
7 August 1878 Sir Henry Drummond Wolff Commissioner on the European Commission for the organisation of Eastern Roumelia.
14 September 1878 The Right Honourable John Douglas Sutherland Campbell, Marquess of Lorne Governor-General of Canada
30 October 1878 Sir John Rose, Bart. In connection with the representation of British Colonial products at the Paris Universal Exhibition of 1878.
24 May 1879 The Right Honourable Richard Bickerton Pemell Lyons, 2nd Baron Lyons Ambassador to France
Lord Odo Russell Ambassador to Germany
24 May 1879 Sir Antonio Micallef President of the Court of Appeal of Malta.
10 September 1879 Sir Charles Lennox Wyke Ambassador to Denmark
Sir Richard Wood Consul-General of Tunisia
9 October 1879 His Excellency Nubar Pasha (Honorary) Egyptian Minister of Foreign Affairs
12 May 1880 Prince Leopold (Extra)
29 May 1880 General Sir Arthur Borton Governor of Malta
24 May 1881 Sir Arthur Edward Kennedy Governor of Queensland
Major-General Sir Harry St. George Ord Former Governor of Western Australia
28 July 1881 Kalākaua, King of Hawaii (Honorary)
30 November 1881 Sir Harry Smith Parkes Minister to Japan
20 February 1882 Major-General Sir Henry Evelyn Wood Commissioner for the Settlement of the Transvaal Territory.
30 March 1882 His Honour John Henry Brand (Honorary) President of the Orange Free State.
24 May 1883 The Right Honourable Frederic Rogers, 1st Baron Blachford Former Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies
24 May 1883 Sir Henry Ernest Gascoigne Bulwer Governor of Natal
Sir James Robert Longden Governor of Ceylon
4 July 1883 Barghash bin Said, Sultan of Zanzibar (Honorary)
28 January 1884 The Most Honourable Henry Charles Keith Petty-Fitzmaurice, Marquess of Lansdowne Governor-General of Canada
24 May 1884 Sir Robert Torrens
Sir Alfred Stephen Lieutenant-Governor of New South Wales
3 December 1884 John Hay Drummond Hay Minister to Morocco
6 June 1885 The Right Honourable Charles Robert Carington, 3rd Baron Carrington Governor of New South Wales
Sir Andrew Clarke Inspector-General of Fortifications and Director of Works.
Sir Anthony Musgrave Governor of Queensland
Frederick Aloysius Weld Governor of the Straits Settlements
26 June 1885 Sir Edward Baldwin Malet Ambassador to Germany
25 August 1885 Lieutenant-General Sir Gerald Graham Special Commissioner for Bechuanaland
1 December 1885 Sir Julian Pauncefote Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
18 February 1886 Sir William Arthur White Minister to the Ottoman Empire
The Right Honourable Sir Henry Thurstan Holland Bart. Commissioner for the Colonial and Indian Exhibition of 1886
Sir Charles Tupper High Commissioner of Canada to the United Kingdom
Sir John Kirk Consul General to Zanzibar
20 February 1886 The Right Honourable Sir Robert Burnett David Morier Ambassador to Russia
29 May 1886 Sir Robert Biddulph Former High Commissioner of Cyprus
Sir Francis Clare Ford Minister to Spain
29 January 1887 Sir George Strahan Governor of Tasmania
24 May 1887 General Sir John Lintorn Arabin Simmons Governor of Malta
General Sir Henry Wylie Norman Governor of Jamaica
Sir Henry Brougham Loch Governor of Victoria
Sir William Cleaver Francis Robinson Governor of South Australia
21 June 1887 Sir Edward William Stafford Former Prime Minister of New Zealand
Sir Thomas Elder Member of the Legislative Council of South Australia
10 January 1888 Sir Ronald Ferguson Thomson Former Minister to Persia
28 January 1888 Sir Henry Parkes Premier of New South Wales
Sir Henry Turner Irving Former Governor of British Guiana
24 May 1888 Sir Daniel Cooper, Bart.
2 June 1888 Sir Evelyn Baring Consul General at Cairo
Charles Johnson Brooke, Rajah of Sarawak
10 September 1888 The Honourable Sir Lionel Sackville Sackville-West Minister to the United States of America
2 January 1889 Sir Hugh Low Former Resident at Perak
4 February 1889 The Right Honourable William Hillier Onslow, 4th Earl of Onslow Governor of New Zealand
The Right Honourable Algernon Hawkins Thomond Keith-Falconer, 9th Earl of Kintore Governor of South Australia
24 May 1889 Riyad Pasha (Honorary) Prime Minister of Egypt
Sir Thomas Francis Wade Ambassador to China
Sir Robert Hart Inspector-General of Chinese Imperial Maritime Customs
11 September 1889 The Right Honourable John Adrian Louis Hope, 7th Earl of Hopetoun Governor of Victoria
1 November 1889 Khalifah bin Said, Sultan of Zanzibar (Honorary)
1 January 1890 The Right Honourable Somerset Richard Lowry-Corry, 4th Earl of Belmore Former Governor of New South Wales
21 May 1890 The Right Honourable Henry Crespigny Vivian, 3rd Baron Vivian Minister to Belgium
14 August 1890 The Right Honourable Victor Albert George Child-Villiers, 7th Earl of Jersey Governor of New South Wales
2 April 1891 Vice-Admiral Colmar, Freiherr von der Goltz (Honorary) Officer of the Imperial German Navy
23 July 1891 Prince Abbas Bey of Egypt (Honorary)
1 January 1892 Sir Cecil Clementi Smith Governor of the Straits Settlements
22 February 1892 The Right Honourable David Boyle, 7th Earl of Glasgow Governor of New Zealand
25 May 1892 Sir Horace Rumbold, Bart. Minister to the Netherlands
Major-General Sir Francis Wallace Grenfell For services rendered in Egypt
6 August 1892 The Honourable Sir Edmund John Monson Minister to Belgium
Sir Frank Cavendish Lascelles Minister to Persia
16 August 1892 Sir John Pender For services in connection with the telegraphic communication of the Empire
24 March 1893 The Right Honourable Robert William Duff Governor of New South Wales
4 June 1893 Sir George William Des Vœux Former Governor of Hong Kong
4 July 1893 Sir Francis Walter de Winton Comptroller and Treasurer of the Household of The Duke of York
7 December 1893 Sir Charles Russell Attorney-General, for services rendered in connection with the Bering Sea Arbitration.
Sir Richard Everard Webster For services rendered in connection with the Bering Sea Arbitration.
3 March 1894 Sir Spenser Buckingham St. John Minister to Sweden and Norway
15 March 1894 The Honourable Sir Francis Richard Plunkett Minister to Belgium
26 May 1894 The Honourable Sir Henry Ayers Former Premier of South Australia
1 January 1895 Sir Arthur Elibank Havelock Governor of Ceylon
The Honourable Sir Samuel Walker Griffith Chief Justice and former Premier of Queensland
14 March 1895 Sir Charles Rivers Wilson
25 May 1895 The Right Honourable John Campbell Hamilton-Gordon, 7th Earl of Aberdeen Governor-General of Canada
Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Charles Bullen Hugh Mitchell Governor of the Straits Settlements
27 February 1896 Sir Nicholas Roderick O'Conor Ambassador to Russia
23 April 1896 Shahzada Habibulla Khan of Afghanistan (Honorary)
Shahzada Nasrulla Khan of Afghanistan (Honorary)
20 May 1896 Sir Donald Alexander Smith High Commissioner of Canada to the United Kingdom
11 January 1897 His Excellency Luís de Soveral (Honorary) Portuguese Minister for Foreign Affairs
4 June 1897 Paul-Honoré Vigliani (Honorary) For services rendered as arbitrator between Great Britain and Portugal on the Manica Boundary question
22 June 1897 The Right Honourable Jenico William Joseph Preston, 14th Viscount Gormanston Governor of Tasmania
The Honourable Sir Walter Francis Hely-Hutchinson Governor of Natal
Sir Alfred Milner Governor of the Cape of Good Hope and High Commissioner of South Africa
The Honourable Wilfrid Laurier Prime Minister of Canada
The Honourable Sir Richard John Cartwright Canadian Minister of Trade and Commerce
Sir William Robinson Governor of Hong Kong
Sir Henry Arthur Blake Governor of Jamaica
The Honourable Sir Oliver Mowat Canadian Minister of Justice
Sir Donald Currie For services to British African Trade.
Sir Thomas Sutherland Director of the Suez Canal Company.
His Excellency Aboul Kassem Khan (Honorary) Envoy from the Shah of Persia to announce the Shah's accession
6 July 1897 Prince Amir Khan of Persia Special Envoy from the Shah of Persia to celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of Queen Victoria's accession to the Throne.
12 August 1897 His Excellency Chang Yen Hoon Special Ambassador from the Emperor of China to celebrate the sixtieth anniversary of Queen Victoria's accession to the Throne.
25 October 1897 Menelik II of Ethiopia (Honorary)
21 May 1898 General Sir Arthur James Lyon Fremantle Governor of Malta
His Excellency Mustafa Fahmi Pasha (Honorary) President of the Egyptian Council of Ministers.
31 October 1898 The Right Honourable Gilbert John Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, 4th Earl of Minto Governor-General of Canada
2 January 1899 The Right Honourable Henry Robert Brand, 2nd Viscount Hampden Governor of New South Wales
Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton,Bart. Governor of South Australia
His Excellency The Right Honourable Sir Charles Stewart Scott Ambassador to Russia
Major-General Sir Herbert Charles Chermside For distinguished services in Crete.
3 June 1899 Sir Walter Joseph Sendall Governor of British Guiana
Sir Hugh Guion MacDonell Minister to Portugal
Sir Godfrey Lushington British delegate at the Anarchist Conference at Rome.
2 December 1899 Sir Robert Threshie Reid For services in connection with the Venezuela Boundary Arbitration Commission.
1 January 1900 Sir Joseph West Ridgeway Governor of Ceylon
Sir John Bramston Former Assistant Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies
23 May 1900 The Right Honourable Charles Wallace Alexander Napier Cochrane-Baillie, 2nd Baron Lamington Governor of Queensland
Sir Augustus William Lawson Hemming Governor of Jamaica
Major Sir Claude Maxwell MacDonald Minister to China
Sir Henry Mortimer Durand Minister to Persia
28 June 1900 Prince Muhammad Ali Bey of Egypt (Honorary)
1 January 1901 The Right Honourable Sir John Forrest Premier of Western Australia

Edward VIIEdit

Appointment Name Notes
9 March 1901 Prince George, Duke of Cornwall and York (Extra)
20 March 1901 Idris Shah I, Sultan of Perak
19 April 1901 General The Right Honourable Sir Redvers Henry Buller For services rendered in connection with the Boer War.
Lieutenant-General Horatio Herbert Kitchener, 1st Baron Kitchener of Khartoum Commander-in-Chief of the Forces in South Africa
Lieutenant-General Sir Frederick William Edward Forestier Forestier-Walker For services rendered in connection with the Boer War.
General Sir George Stuart White For services rendered in connection with the Boer War.
6 May 1901 Sir Frederick Matthew Darley Lieutenant-Governor of New South Wales
23 May 1901 The Right Honourable Uchter John Mark Knox, 5th Earl of Ranfurly Governor of New Zealand
27 June 1901 His Excellency His Excellency Mehedi ben el Arbi el Menebhi (Honorary)[1] Special ambassador from the Sultan of Morocco to congratulate Edward VII on his accession.
28 June 1901 Sir Charles Bruce Governor of Mauritius
9 November 1901 Sir Giuseppe Carbone President of the Court of Appeal of Malta
Sir Henry Hamilton Johnston Special Commissioner for Uganda
2 June 1902 Vice-Admiral Felix Robert Eduard Emil Bendemann (Honorary) Officer of the Imperial German Navy
26 June 1902 The Right Honourable Sir John Gordon Sprigg Prime Minister of the Cape of Good Hope
The Right Honourable Edmund Barton Prime Minister of Australia
Sir Edwin Henry Egerton Minister to Greece
Sir Ernest Mason Satow Minister to China
9 November 1902 Sir James Lyle Mackay Special Commissioner for commercial negotiations with China.
His Excellency Count Matsukata Masayoshi (Honorary) Former Prime Minister of Japan
6 December 1902 Sir William Edmund Garstin Under Secretary of State for Public Works in Egypt.
The Right Honourable Edward Macnaghten, Baron Macnaghten
9 February 1903 The Moayyed-ed-Dowleh of Persia (Honorary)
His Excellency Mirza Mohamed Kuan (Honorary) Yazir-i-Darbar to the Shah of Persia.
5 March 1903 The Right Honourable Sir Michael Henry Herbert Ambassador to the United States of America
26 June 1903 His Excellency The Right Honourable Hallam Tennyson, 2nd Baron Tennyson Governor-General of Australia
3 May 1904 His Excellency The Right Honourable Henry Stafford Northcote, 1st Baron Northcote[2] Governor-General of Australia
24 June 1904 Colonel Sir Henry Edward McCallum Governor of Natal
Sir Robert Bannatyne Finlay[3] 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.
7 October 1904 Albert Henry George Grey, 4th Earl Grey[4] Governor-General of Canada
9 November 1904 Sir Montagu Frederick Ommaney[5] Permanent Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies
His Excellency The Right Honourable Sir Francis Leveson Bertie[6] Ambassador to Italy
2 January 1905 His Excellency The Right Honourable Sir Charles Hardinge[7] Ambassador to Russia
17 March 1905 The Right Honourable William Waldegrave Palmer, 2nd Earl of Selborne[8] High Commissioner of South Africa and Governor of the Transvaal and Orange River Colony
30 June 1905 Admiral Baron Hermann von Spaun (Honorary)[9] For services on the International Commission of Inquiry into the Dogger Bank incident
Vice-Admiral François Ernest Fournier (Honorary)[9] For services on the International Commission of Inquiry into the Dogger Bank incident
Rear-Admiral Prince Louis Alexander of Battenberg[9]
Colonel Charles Moore Watson[9] For services in connection with the St. Louis Exhibition.
Malcolm McIlwraith[9] Judicial Adviser to Khedive of Egypt.
8 July 1905 His Excellency Baron Jutarō Komura (Honorary)[10] Japanese Minister for Foreign Affairs
7 August 1905 Vice-Admiral Charles Philippe Touchard (Honorary)[11] First Sea Lord of the French Admiralty
Vice-Admiral Jacques Theophile Péphau (Honorary)[11] Commander-in-Chief, Brest
Vice-Admiral Léonce Albert Caillard (Honorary)[11] Commander-in-Chief of the French Northern Squadron
4 October 1905 Jens Christian Christensen (Honorary)[12] Danish Minister of Marine
Vice-Admiral Carl Frederick Wandel (Honorary)[12] Officer in the Royal Danish Navy
9 November 1905 His Excellency Captain William James Cohen Stuart (Honorary)[13] Dutch Minister of Marine
Vice-Admiral Abraham George Ellis (Honorary)[13] In connection with the visit of the Channel Fleet to Dutch waters.
11 December 1905 Brevet Colonel Sir George Sydenham Clarke[14] Secretary of the Committee of Imperial Defence.
The Right Honourable Sir Ernest Joseph Cassel[14]
20 February 1906 Marquis Saionji Kimmochi (Honorary)[15] Prime Minister of Japan
Count Inoue Kaoru (Honorary)[15] In connection with the visit to Japan of Prince Arthur of Connaught
Katō Takaaki (Honorary)[15] Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs
General Baron Kuroki Tamemoto (Honorary)[15] Officer of the Imperial Japanese Army.
14 March 1906 His Excellency The Right Honourable Sir Arthur Nicolson, Bart.[16] Ambassador to Russia
29 June 1906 Sir John Madden[17] Lieutenant-Governor of Victoria
6 May 1907 Prince Fushimi Sadanaru[18]
24 June 1907 His Excellency Mirza Hussan Khan (Honorary)[19] Special Ambassador from Shah of Persia to announce the Shah's accession.
28 June 1907 Sir William MacGregor[20] Governor of Newfoundland
Major Sir Hamilton John Goold-Adams[20] Governor of the Orange River Colony
2 June 1908 The Right Honourable William Humble Ward, 2nd Earl of Dudley[21] Governor-General of Australia
26 June 1908 Sir Henry Moore Jackson[22] Governor of Trinidad and Tobago
11 August 1908 Sir Francis John Stephens Hopwood[23] Permanent Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies
31 August 1908 Major and Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Matthew Nathan[24] Governor of Natal
22 June 1909 His Excellency Marshal Ghazi Ahmed Muhtar Pasha (Honorary)[25] Special Envoy from the Sultan of Turkey to announce the Sultan's accession.
25 June 1909 Sir John Anderson[26] Governor of the Straits Settlements
The Right Honourable Sir William Edward Goschen[27] Ambassador to Germany
The Right Honourable Sir Maurice William Ernest de Bunsen[27] Ambassador to Spain
Louis Renault (Honorary)[27] Legal Adviser to the French Ministry for Foreign Affairs
11 April 1910 The Right Honourable William Lee Plunket, 5th Baron Plunket[28] Governor of New Zealand

George VEdit

Appointment Name Notes
24 June 1910 Sir Arthur Henry Hardinge[29] Ambassador to Belgium
2 November 1910 The Right Honourable Herbert John Gladstone, 1st Viscount Gladstone[30] Governor-General of South Africa and High Commissioner of South Africa
2 January 1911 The Right Honourable Alexander Hugh Bruce, 6th Lord Balfour of Burleigh[31] For services in connection with the Royal Commission on trade relations between Canada and the West Indian Colonies.
The Right Honourable William Snowdon Robson, Baron Robson[31] For services in connection with the North Atlantic Coast Fisheries Arbitration.
19 June 1911 The Right Honourable Sir Gerard Augustus Lowther[32] Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire
Sir Eldon Gorst[32] Minister to Egypt
The Right Honourable Thomas Denman, 3rd Baron Denman[32] Governor-General of Australia
The Right Honourable Sir George Houston Reid[32] High Commissioner of Australia to the United Kingdom
The Right Honourable Sir Charles Fitzpatrick[32] Chief Justice of Canada
The Honourable Sir Richard Solomon[32] High Commissioner of South Africa to the United Kingdom
Colonel Sir Frederick John Dealtry Lugard[32] Governor of Hong Kong
1 January 1912 Sir George Ruthven Le Hunte[33] Governor of Trinidad and Tobago
14 June 1912 The Right Honourable Frederic John Napier Thesiger, 3rd Baron Chelmsford[34] Governor of New South Wales.
Muhammad Said Pasha (Honorary)[35] Prime Minister of Egypt
12 July 1912 Sir Patrick Manson[36] Medical Adviser in London to the Colonial Office; in recognition of his eminent services in connection with the investigation of the cause and cure of tropical disease.
10 September 1912 Vice-Admiral Don Jorge Montt (Honorary)[37] Director-General of the Chilian Navy
31 May 1913 The Right Honourable John Poynder Dickson-Poynder, 1st Baron Islington[38] Former Governor of New Zealand
3 June 1913 His Excellency The Right Honourable Sir George William Buchanan[39] Ambassador to Russia
1 January 1914 The Right Honourable Alfred Emmott, 1st Baron Emmott[40] Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies
The Right Honourable Sir Fairfax Leighton Cartwright[40] Ambassador to Austria-Hungary
13 February 1914 The Right Honourable Ronald Craufurd Munro-Ferguson[41] Governor-General of Australia
The Right Honourable Sydney Charles Buxton[42] Governor-General of South Africa
22 June 1914 The Right Honourable Arthur William de Brito Savile Foljambe, 2nd Earl of Liverpool[43] Governor of New Zealand.
The Right Honourable Robert Laird Borden[43] Prime Minister of Canada
General Sir Henry Macleod Leslie Rundle[43] Governor of Malta
Admiral Sir Day Hort Bosanquet[43] Former Governor of South Australia
23 June 1914 His Excellency The Right Honourable Sir William Conyngham Greene[44] Ambassador to Japan
1 January 1915 The Right Honourable Sir Louis du Pan Mallet[45] Ambassador to the Ottoman Empire
19 December 1914 His Excellency Hussein Rushdi Pasha (Honorary)[46] Prime Minister of Egypt
17 April 1915 General de Division Michel Joseph Maunoury (Honorary)[47] Officer in the French Army
20 April 1915 Lieutenant-General Mitsuomi Kamio (Honorary)[48] Imperial Japanese Army, Commander-in-Chief of the Military Operations against Tsingtau.
Vice-Admiral Sadakichi Kato (Honorary)[48] Imperial Japanese Navy, Commander-in-Chief of the Naval Operations against Tsingtau.
3 June 1915 His Excellency The Right Honourable Sir James Rennell Rodd[49] Ambassador to Italy
23 June 1915 General Sir Horace Lockwood Smith-Dorrien[50] Colonel, The Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment
Lieutenant-General Sir James Willcocks[50] Commanding Indian Army Corps, British Expeditionary Force.
27 August 1915 General Henri Joseph Eugène Gouraud (Honorary)[51] Officer in the French Army.
27 November 1915 Lieutenant-General Nobile Carlo Porro dei Conti di Santa Maria della Bicocca (Honorary)[52] Assistant Chief of the Staff, Italian Army
1 January 1916 Lieutenant-General Sir Herbert Scott Gould Miles[53] Governor of Gibraltar
Ibrahim, Sultan of Johor (Honorary)[53]
14 January 1916 Lieutenant-General (temporary General) Sir Herbert Charles Onslow Plumer[54]
14 March 1916 Lieutenant-General (temporary General) Sir Charles Carmichael Monro[55] For services in connection with the withdrawal from Gallipoli.
31 May 1916 Admiral Sir Cecil Burney[56]
3 June 1916 Sir Arthur Henderson Young[57] Governor of the Straits Settlements.
His Excellency The Right Honourable Sir Cecil Arthur Spring Rice[57] Ambassador to the United States of America
28 July 1916 His Grace Victor Christian William Cavendish, 9th Duke of Devonshire[58] Governor-General of Canada
16 August 1916 Sir Henry Howard[59] Minister to the Holy See
14 November 1916 Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Arthur Henry McMahon[60] High Commissioner of Egypt
1 January 1917 Sir George Vandeleur Fiddes[61] Permanent Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies
20 January 1917 Lieutenant-General (temporary General) Sir Archibald James Murray[62] Egyptian Expeditionary Force, for distinguished service in the Field.
4 June 1917 The Right Honourable Edgar Vincent, 1st Baron D'Abernon[63] Chairman of the Royal Commission on the Natural Resources, Trade and Legislation of certain portions of His Majesty's Dominions.
17 December 1917 General Sir Edmund Henry Hynman Allenby[64] Egyptian Expeditionary Force, for distinguished services in the Field.
1 January 1918 The Honourable Sir Francis Hyde Villiers[65] Minister to Belgium
Temporary Surgeon-General Sir George Henry Makins[66] For Military Operations in the Field.
Lieutenant-General Sir Cecil Frederick Nevil Macready[67] Adjutant-General to the Forces.
Lieutenant-General Sir John Steven Cowans[67] Quartermaster-General to the Forces.
3 June 1918 The Right Honourable Sir George Eulas Foster[68] Minister of Trade and Commerce of Canada
Sir Owen Cosby Philipps[68] For services to the Dominions and Colonies in connection with Shipping and other matters.
2 August 1918 Admiral The Honourable Sir Alexander Edward Bethell[69] Former Commander-in-Chief, Plymouth
3 August 1918 The Right Honourable Joseph Cook[70] Former Prime Minister of Australia
1 January 1919 Vice-Admiral The Honourable Sir Somerset Arthur Gough-Calthorpe[71] For services rendered during the First World War.
Vice-Admiral Sir Montague Edward Browning[71] For services rendered during the First World War.
Vice-Admiral Sir John Michael de Robeck[71] For services rendered during the First World War.
3 June 1919 Admiral The Honourable Sir Stanley Cecil James Colville[72] For services rendered during the First World War.
Admiral Sir Thomas Henry Martyn Jerram[72] For services rendered during the First World War.
Sir Francis Henry May[72] Governor of Hong Kong.
Sir Richard Frederick Crawford[72] Commercial Adviser to the British Embassy at Washington.
Lieutenant-General Sir Henry George Chauvel[73] For services rendered in connection with Military Operations in Egypt.
Lieutenant-General (Temporary General) Frederick Rudolph Lambart, 10th Earl of Cavan[73] For services rendered in connection with Military Operations in Italy.
Lieutenant-General (Temporary General) Sir George Francis Milne[73] For services rendered in connection with Military Operations in the Balkans.
Lieutenant-General William Raine Marshall[73] For services rendered in connection with Military Operations in the Mesopotamia.
General Sir William Robert Robertson[73] For services rendered during the First World War.
Lieutenant-General (Temporary General) Sir Hubert De la Poer Gough[73] For services rendered in connection with Military Operations in France and Flanders.
14 October 1919 General Sir John Eccles Nixon[74] For services rendered in connection with Military Operations in the Mesopotamia.
Field Marshal Paul Sanford Methuen, 3rd Baron Methuen[74] For services rendered during the First World War.
General Sir Ian Standish Monteith Hamilton[74] For services rendered during the First World War.
22 December 1919 His Excellency Youssef Wahba Pasha (Honorary)[75] Prime Minister of Egypt
1 January 1920 Sir Eyre Crowe[76] Assistant Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs.
5 June 1920 The Right Honourable Sir John Newell Jordan[77] Minister to China
24 June 1920 The Honourable Sir Thomas MacKenzie[78] High Commissioner of New Zealand to the United Kingdom
28 June 1920 The Right Honourable Henry William Forster, 1st Baron Forster[79] Governor-General of Australia
21 December 1920 His Excellency Muhammad Tawfiq Nasim Pasha (Honorary)[80] Prime Minister of Egypt
1 January 1920 Brigadier-General Sir William Henry Manning[81] Governor of Ceylon
1 February 1921 The Right Honourable George Cave, 1st Viscount Cave[82] Chairman of the Southern Rhodesia Commission
3 June 1921 Sir Hugh Charles Clifford[83] Governor of Nigeria
5 July 1921 General The Right Honourable Julian Hedworth George Byng, 1st Baron Byng of Vimy[84] Governor-General of Canada
2 January 1922 Major-General Sir Percy Zachariah Cox[85] High Commissioner of Iraq
Sir James Stevenson, Bart.[85] Advisor to the Secretary of State for the Colonies on business questions and former member of the Munitions Council and the Army and Air Councils
18 May 1922 Lieutenant-General Sir James Aylmer Lowthorpe Haldane[86] General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Iraq.
3 June 1922 His Excellency The Right Honourable Sir Auckland Campbell Geddes[87] Ambassador to the United States of America
22 August 1922 Sir Harold Arthur Stuart[88] British Representative on the Inter-Allied Plebiscite Commission in Upper Silesia.
16 October 1922 Major-General Sir Edward Northey[89] Governor of Kenya and High Commissioner of Zanzibar
10 November 1922 Lieutenant-Colonel Sir John Robert Chancellor[90] Principal Assistant Secretary of the Committee of Imperial Defence, former Governor of Trinidad and Tobago and Mauritius
1 January 1923 The Honourable Sir Francis Henry Dillon Bell[91] Attorney-General of New Zealand
His Excellency The Right Honourable Sir Esmé William Howard[91] Ambassador to Spain
The Right Honourable Sir Horace George Montagu Rumbold, Bart.[91] High Commissioner to Constantinople
2 June 1923 His Excellency The Right Honourable Sir Charles Norton Edgcumbe Eliot[92] Ambassador to Japan
6 November 1923 Brigadier-General The Right Honourable Alexander Cambridge, 1st Earl of Athlone[93] Governor-General of South Africa
14 October 1924 General Sir Charles Fergusson, Bart.[94] Governor-General of New Zealand
1 January 1925 Sir Henry Hesketh Joudou Bell[95] Former Governor of Mauritius
Sir Francis Alexander Newdigate Newdegate[95] Former Governor of Western Australia
3 June 1925 The Right Honourable Sir John Lawrence Baird, Bart.[96] Governor-General of Australia
Sir William George Tyrrell[96] Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
16 October 1925 Vice-Admiral Sir Lionel Halsey[97] Comptroller and Treasurer to The Prince of Wales
1 January 1926 Colonel The Honourable Sir James Allen[98] High Commissioner of New Zealand to the United Kingdom
Sir Cecil James Barrington Hurst[98] Legal Adviser to the Foreign Office
5 June 1926 His Excellency The Right Honourable Sir Ronald William Graham[99] Ambassador to Italy
His Excellency The Right Honourable Ronald Charles Lindsay[99] Ambassador to Turkey
Sir Charles Murray Marling[99] Ambassador to the Netherlands
20 July 1926 The Right Honourable Freeman Freeman-Thomas, 1st Viscount Willingdon[100] Governor-General of Canada
1 January 1927 Colonel Henry Lawson Webster Levy-Lawson, 1st Viscount Burnham[101] President of the Empire Press Union and Deputy Chairman of the Empire Parliamentary Association.
Sir Laurence Nunns Guillemard[101] Governor the Straits Settlements High Commissioner to the Malay States
Faisal I of Iraq (Honorary)[101]
17 February 1927 Sir Francis Arthur Aglen[102] Inspector-General of Chinese Maritime Customs.
3 June 1927 Lieutenant-General Sir Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell, Bart.[103]
Sir William Lamond Allardyce[103] Governor of Newfoundland
Charles Vyner Brooke, Rajah of Sarawak[103]
The Right Honourable Sir John Anthony Cecil Tilley[103] Ambassador to Japan
2 January 1928 Sir Graeme Thomson[104] Governor of Nigeria
4 June 1928 Sir Charles Thomas Davis[105] Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Dominion Affairs
Sir Reginald Edward Stubbs[105] Governor of Jamaica
1 March 1929 Brigadier-General Sir Samuel Herbert Wilson[106] Permanent Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies
The Right Honourable Sir George Russell Clerk[106] Ambassador to Turkey
3 June 1929 Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Maurice Pascal Alers Hankey[107] Secretary to the Cabinet and Committee of Imperial Defence, Clerk of the Privy Council.
Sir John Cadman[107]
Sulaiman, Sultan of Selangor (Honorary)[107]
The Right Honourable Sir George Dixon Grahame[107] Ambassador to Spain
1 January 1930 The Right Honourable Sir Joseph George Ward, Bt.[108] Prime Minister of New Zealand
Sir Horace Archer Byatt[108] Governor of Trinidad and Tobago
The Right Honourable Sir Malcolm Arnold Robertson[108] Ambassador to Argentina
10 January 1930 The Right Honourable Charles Bathurst, 1st Baron Bledisloe[109] Governor-General of New Zealand
3 June 1930 Sir Alexander Wood Renton[110] Chairman of the Irish Grants Committee
Sir Herbert James Stanley[110] Governor of Ceylon
The Honourable Sir William Augustus Forbes Erskine[110] Ambassador to Poland
2 December 1930 Lieutenant-Colonel The Right Honourable George Herbert Hyde Villiers, 6th Earl of Clarendon[111] Governor-General of South Africa
1 January 1931 Muhammad, Yang di-Pertuan Besar of the Negri Sembilan (Honorary)[112]
The Right Honourable Sir Francis Oswald Lindley[112] Ambassador to Portugal
Sir Robert Gilbert Vansittart[112] Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
3 June 1931 Sir Cecil Clementi[113] Governor of the Straits Settlements and High Commissioner for the Malay States.
1 January 1932 Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Francis Henry Humphrys[114] High Commissioner of Iraq
22 April 1932 The Right Honourable Sir Isaac Alfred Isaacs[115] Governor-General of Australia
3 June 1932 Sir Donald Charles Cameron[116] Governor of Nigeria
The Right Honourable Granville George Leveson-Gower, 3rd Earl Granville[116] Ambassador to Belgium
Sir James William Ronald Macleay[116] Ambassador to Argentina
2 January 1933 The Right Honourable Sir George Halsey Perley[117] Minister without Portfolio, Canada
Sir Horace John Wilson[117] Chief Industrial Adviser to the Government
3 June 1933 Sir Alexander Ransford Slater[118] Governor of Jamaica
Lieutenant-General Sir Arthur Grenfell Wauchope[118] High Commissioner of Palestine
Iskandar, Sultan of Perak (Honorary)[119]
1 January 1934 The Right Honourable Lyman Poore Duff[120] Chief Justice of Canada
Sir John Michael Higgins[120] For public services to Australia
Sir Cecil William Hunter-Rodwell[120] Governor of Southern Rhodesia
Brigadier-General Sir Joseph Aloysius Byrne[120] Governor of Kenya
Sir Henry Getty Chilton[120] Ambassador to Argentina
The Right Honourable Sir James Eric Drummond[120] Ambassador to Italy
23 April 1934 The Prince George (Extra)[121]
4 June 1934 Sir Alfred Claud Hollis[122] Governor of Trinidad and Tobago
The Right Honourable Sir Eric Clare Edmund Phipps[122] Ambassador to Germany
1 January 1935 Sir Edward Brandis Denham[123] Governor of Jamaica
11 January 1935 Lieutenant-Colonel The Right Honourable George Vere Arundel Monckton-Arundell, 8th Viscount Galway[124] Governor-General of New Zealand
28 March 1935 Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester (Extra)[125]
23 May 1935 John Buchan[126] Governor-General of Canada
3 June 1935 Sir Henry Birchenough, Bart.[127] President of the British South Africa Company and Chairman of the Beit Trustees.
The Right Honourable John Greig Latham[127] Former Australian Attorney General and Minister for External Affairs
The Honourable Sir Christopher James Parr[127] High Commissioner from New Zealand to the United Kingdom
The Right Honourable Sir William Thomas White[127] For public services in Canada
Sir John Loader Maffey[127] Permanent Under Secretary of State for the Colonies
Sir Herbert James Read[127] For services to the Colonial Empire
Abdullah Ibn Hussein, Emir of Transjordan (Honorary)[127]
The Right Honourable Aretas Akers-Douglas, 2nd Viscount Chilston[127] Ambassador to Russia
28 November 1935 Brigadier-General The Honourable Sir Alexander Gore Arkwright Hore-Ruthven[128] Governor-General of Australia
1 January 1936 The Right Honourable Sir Robert Henry Clive[129] Ambassador to Japan

Edward VIIIEdit

Appointment Name Notes
23 June 1936 The Honourable Sir William Hill Irvine[130] Former Chief Justice of Victoria
Sir Selwyn Macgregor Grier[130] Governor of the Windward Islands

George VIEdit

Appointment Name Notes
1 February 1937 Sir Thomas Shenton Whitelegge Thomas[131] Governor of the Straits Settlements and High Commissioner for the Malay States
Sir Miles Wedderburn Lampson[131] Ambassador to Egypt
Sir Herbert William Malkin[131] Legal Adviser to the Foreign Office
5 February 1937 The Honourable Patrick Duncan[132] Governor-General of South Africa
1 April 1937 Commander The Honourable Sir Archibald Douglas Cochrane[133] Governor of Burma
11 May 1937 Sir William Henry Clark[134] High Commissioner for Basutoland, Bechuanaland and Swaziland
Sir Robert Randolph Garran[134] For public services Australia
The Right Honourable Sir Michael Myers[134] Chief Justice of New Zealand
Sir Bernard Henry Bourdillon[134] Governor of Nigeria
The Right Honourable Sir Percy Lyham Loraine, Bt.[134] Ambassador to Turkey
Sir Frederick William Leith-Ross[134] Chief Economic Adviser to HM Government
29 June 1937 The Right Honourable Sir Leslie Orme Wilson[135] Governor of Queensland
1 January 1938 The Right Honourable Earle Christmas Grafton Page[136] Minister for Commerce and Deputy Prime Minister of Australia
9 June 1938 The Right Honourable William George Arthur Ormsby-Gore, 4th Baron Harlech[137] Former Secretary of State for the Colonies
Sir Howard William Kennard[137] Ambassador to Poland
2 January 1939 Sir Campbell Stuart[138] Chairman and UK Representative, Imperial Communications Advisory Committee. Treasurer of King George's Trust and of King George's Fields Foundation. For public services.
Malcolm Hailey, 1st Baron Hailey[138] Director, African Research Survey
The Honourable Sir Alexander Montagu George Cadogan[138] Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs
The Right Honourable Sir Nevile Meyrick Henderson[138] Ambassador to Germany
8 June 1939 Sir Edward John Harding[139] Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Dominions Office
1 January 1941 Sir Harold Alfred MacMichael[140] High Commissioner for Palestine and High Commissioner for TransJordan
The Right Honourable Sir Robert Leslie Craigie[140] Ambassador to Japan
12 June 1941 Sir Andrew Caldecott[141] Governor of Ceylon
Sir Esmond Ovey[141] Ambassador to Argentina
1 January 1942 Sir Arthur Frederick Richards[142] Governor of Jamaica
Sir Archibald John Kerr Clark Kerr[142] Ambassador to China
11 June 1942 Sir Gerald Campbell[143] Former Director-General of the British Information Services in the United States of America
Sir Frederick Phillips[143] Third Secretary, HM Treasury, and representative of the Department in the United States of America
Sir Arthur Charles Cosmo Parkinson[143] Former Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Colonial Office.
1 January 1943 Sir Wilfrid Edward Francis Jackson[144] Governor of Tanganyika
Sir Kinahan Cornwallis[144] Ambassador to Iraq
2 June 1943 Sir Henry Monck-Mason Moore[145] Governor of Kenya
4 August 1943 Sir Ernest Clark[146] Governor of Tasmania
1 January 1944 Sir George Henry Gater[147] Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Colonial Office
8 June 1944 Sir Eric Teichman[148] Former Chinese Adviser to the British Embassy at Chungking
22 August 1944 Major-General Sir Winston Joseph Dugan[149] Governor of Victoria
1 January 1945 Captain The Honourable Sir Bede Edmund Hugh Clifford[150] Governor of Trinidad and Tobago
14 June 1945 Sir Frank Arthur Stockdale[151] Development Adviser to the Secretary of State for the Colonies, late Comptroller, Development and Welfare, West Indies
1 January 1946 Sir Harry Fagg Batterbee[152] High Commissioner to New Zealand
Sir Mark Aitchison Young[152] Governor of Hong Kong
Sir Horace James Seymour[152] Ambassador to China
29 January 1946 Field-Marshal The Honourable Sir Harold Rupert Leofric George Alexander[153] Governor-General of Canada
Lieutenant-General Sir Bernard Cyril Freyberg[153] Governor-General of New Zealand
13 June 1946 Sir Alan Cuthbert Maxwell Burns[154] Governor of the Gold Coast
1 January 1947 Major-General Sir Philip Euen Mitchell[155] Governor of Kenya
Sir Ronald Ian Campbell[155] Ambassador to Egypt
Sir Maurice Drummond Peterson[155] Ambassador to Russia
12 June 1947 The Honourable Sir James Mitchell[156] Lieutenant-Governor of Western Australia
Major-General Sir Hubert Jervoise Huddleston[156] Former Governor-General of the Sudan
1 January 1948 Sir Crawfurd Wilfrid Griffin Eady[157] Second Secretary, HM Treasury
Major-General Sir Hubert Elvin Rance[157] Governor of Burma
The Right Honourable Alfred Duff Cooper[157] Former Ambassador to France
Sir Oliver Charles Harvey[157] Ambassador to France
10 June 1948 The Right Honourable Robert Alderson Wright, Baron Wright[158] Former Lord of Appeal in Ordinary
Sir Eric Gustav Machtig[158] Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations
General Sir Alan Gordon Cunningham[158] Former High Commissioner of Palestine
Sir Orme Garton Sargent[158] Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Foreign Office
1 January 1949 The Right Honourable Wyndham Raymond Portal, 1st Viscount Portal[159] For services as President of the Olympic Games
Sir Ralph Clarmont Skrine Stevenson[159] Ambassador to China
14 May 1949 The Right Honourable Herwald Ramsbotham, 1st Baron Soulbury[160] Governor-General of Ceylon
9 June 1949 Sir Richard Henry Archibald Carter[161] Former Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Commonwealth Relations Office
Sir John Huggins[161] Governor of Jamaica
2 January 1950 Sir John Hathorn Hall[162] Governor of Uganda
Sir David Victor Kelly[162] Ambassador to Russia
8 June 1950 Sir William Strang[163] Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Foreign Office
1 January 1951 Sir Percivale Liesching[164] Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations
Sir John Stuart Macpherson[164] Governor of Nigeria
7 June 1951 Lieutenant-General Sir Archibald Edward Nye[165] High Commissioner to India
Sir Alexander William George Herder Grantham[165] Governor of Hong Kong
Sir Thomas Ingram Kynaston Lloyd[165] Permanent Under Secretary of State, Colonial Office
Sir Edmund Leo Hall-Patch[165] Permanent United Kingdom Representative on the Organisation for European Economic Co-operation at Paris.
9 November 1951 The Right Honourable William John McKell[166] Governor-General of Australia
1 January 1952 Sir Charles Noble Arden-Clarke[167] Governor of the Gold Coast
The Right Honourable Sir Oliver Shewell Franks Ambassador to the United States

Elizabeth IIEdit

Appointment Name Notes
5 June 1952 The Right Honourable Edward George William Tyrwhitt Knollys, 2nd Viscount Knollys[168] Representative of HM Government on the International Materials Conference
Sir Peter Alexander Clutterbuck[168] High Commissioner to Canada
Sir Victor Alexander Louis Mallet[168] Ambassador to Italy
29 July 1952 Lieutenant-General Sir Charles Willoughby Moke Norrie[169] Governor-General of New Zealand
10 December 1952 Field-Marshal Sir William Joseph Slim[170] Governor-General of Australia
1 January 1953 Sir Edward Francis Twining[171] Governor of Tanganyika
Sir Ivone Augustine Kirkpatrick[171] High Commissioner to West Germany
1 June 1953 Major-General Sir John Noble Kennedy[172] Governor of Southern Rhodesia
Sir John Gilbert Laithwaite[172] High Commissioner to Pakistan
General Sir Gerald Walter Robert Templer[172] High Commissioner to Malaya
Abu Bakar, Sultan of Pahang (Honorary)[172]
1 January 1954 Sir John Balfour[173] Ambassador to Spain
10 June 1954 Sir Hubert Miles Gladwyn Jebb[174] Ambassador to France
The Right Honourable Sir Owen Dixon[175] Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia
24 June 1954 The Honourable Sir Oliver Ernest Goonetilleke[176] Governor-General of Ceylon
1 January 1955 Aga Khan III[177]
The Honourable Sir Evelyn Baring[177] Governor of Kenya
Sir Roger Mellor Makins[177] Ambassador to the United States
9 June 1955 Sir Esler Maberly Dening[178] Ambassador to Japan
31 May 1956 Sir Charles Brinsley Pemberton Peake[179] Ambassador to Greece
1 January 1957 The Honourable Thomas Playford[180] Premier of South Australia
Abdul Rahman, Yang di-Pertuan Besar of Negeri Sembilan (Honorary)[181]
Sir Pierson John Dixon[181] Permanent Representative to the United Nations
13 June 1957 Sir Hugh Mackintosh Foot[182] Governor of Jamaica
Sir Donald Charles MacGillivray[182] High Commissioner to Malaya
Sir James Wilson Robertson[182] Governor-General of Nigeria
16 July 1957 The Right Honourable Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, 1st Earl of Halifax[183] Grand Master of the Order
19 July 1957 The Right Honourable Charles John Lyttelton, 10th Viscount Cobham[184] Governor-General of New Zealand
11 October 1957 The Right Honourable William Francis Hare, 5th Earl of Listowel[185] Governor-General of Ghana
1 January 1958 The Most Honourable Gerald Rufus Isaacs, 2nd Marquess of Reading[186] Leader of the Delegation to the Colombo Plan Consultative Committee Meeting. Minister of State for Foreign Affairs
Sir Michael Robert Wright[186] Ambassador to Iraq
12 June 1958 The Right Honourable Sir Arthur William Fadden[187] Federal Treasurer and former Deputy Prime Minister of Australia
Sir Robert Heatlie Scott[188] Commissioner-General for South East Asia
1 January 1959 Sir Frank Godbould Lee[189] Permanent Secretary, Board of Trade
Sir Abraham Jeremy Raisman[189] For services to the Commonwealth
Sir Harold Anthony Caccia[189] Ambassador to the United States
13 June 1959 Sir Arthur Edward Trevor Benson[190] Former Governor of Northern Rhodesia
8 December 1959 The Right Honourable George Nigel Douglas-Hamilton, 10th Earl of Selkirk[191] Commissioner for Singapore and South-East Asia
15 December 1959 The Right Honourable William Shepherd Morrison, 1st Viscount Dunrossil[192] Governor-General of Australia
1 January 1960 Sir Christopher Eden Steel[193] Ambassador to West Germany
26 April 1960 Field Marshal Mohammad Ayub Khan (Honorary)[194] President of Pakistan
11 June 1960 Sir Kenneth Roberts-Wray[195] Legal Adviser, Commonwealth Relations Office and Colonial Office
11 November 1960 Sir Gerald Gray Fitzmaurice[196] Legal Adviser, Foreign Office
11 May 1961 The Right Honourable William Philip Sidney, 1st Viscount De L'Isle[197] Governor-General of Australia
24 May 1961 The Right Honourable Derick Heathcoat, 1st Viscount Amory[198] High Commissioner to Canada
9 June 1961 Sir Maurice Henry Dorman[199] Governor-General of Sierra Leone
1 January 1962 Sir Robert Brown Black[200] Governor of Hong Kong
Sir Henry Ashley Clarke[200] Ambassador to Italy
16 March 1962 Sir Richard Gordon Turnbull[201] Governor-General of Tanganyika
6 July 1962 The Honourable Henry Josiah Lightfoot Boston[202] Governor-General of Sierra Leone
17 August 1962 Sir Kenneth William Blackburne[203] Governor-General of Jamaica
3 August 1962 Brigadier Bernard Edward Fergusson[204] Governor-General of New Zealand
8 November 1962 Senator The Honourable Clifford Clarence Campbell[205] Governor-General of Jamaica
20 November 1962 Sir Patrick Muir Renison[206] Governor of Kenya
3 December 1962 Sir Solomon Hochoy[207] Governor-General of Trinidad and Tobago
3 December 1962 Sir Walter Fleming Coutts[208] Governor-General of Uganda
1 January 1963 Sir William Allmond Codrington Goode[209] Governor of North Borneo
Sir Frank Kenyon Roberts[209] Ambassador to West Germany
2 April 1963 General Sir Reginald Alexander Dallas Brooks[210] Governor of Victoria
8 June 1963 Sir Patrick Henry Dean[211] Permanent Representative to the United Nations
12 July 1963 The Right Honourable Antony Henry Head, 1st Viscount Head[212] High Commissioner to Malaysia
1 January 1964 Sir Ralph Francis Alnwick Grey[213] Governor of British Guiana
Sir Roger Bentham Stevens[213] Former Deputy Under-Secretary of State, Foreign Office
13 June 1964 Sir Arthur Hilton Poynton[214] Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Colonial Office
7 December 1964 Sir Glyn Smallwood Jones[215] Governor-General of Malawi
1 January 1965 The Right Honourable Sir Garfield Edward John Barwick[216] Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia
Sir Joseph John Saville Garner[217] Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Commonwealth Relations Office
12 June 1965 Sir Paul Henry Gore-Booth[218] Former High Commissioner to India
Sir Humphrey Trevelyan[218] Ambassador to Russia
The Right Honourable Walter Nash[219] For political and public services to New Zealand
1 September 1965 The Right Honourable Richard Gardiner Casey, Baron Casey[220] Governor-General of Australia
25 October 1965 Sir John Warburton Paul[221] Governor-General of The Gambia
1 November 1965 Sālote Tupou III of Tonga* (Honorary)[222]
26 May 1966 Sir Richard Edmonds Luyt[223] Governor-General of Guyana
11 June 1966 Sir Norman Victor Kipping[224] Former Director-General of the Federation of British Industries
12 September 1966 Alhaji Farimang Mamadi Singateh[225] Governor-General of The Gambia
30 November 1966 Sir John Montague Stow[226] Governor-General of Barbados
15 December 1966 David James Gardiner Rose[227] Governor-General of Guyana
1 January 1967 Sir John Guthrie Ward[228] Former Ambassador to Italy
12 May 1967 Arleigh Winston Scott[229] Governor-General of Barbados
10 June 1967 Sir Charles Arthur Evelyn Shuckburgh[230] Ambassador to Italy
19 July 1967 Sir Arthur Porritt, Bt.[231] Governor-General of New Zealand
12 October 1967 Prince Edward, Duke of Kent[232]
1 January 1968 Sir Francis Brian Anthony Rundall[233] Ambassador to Japan
11 March 1968 Sir John Shaw Rennie[234] Governor-General of Mauritius
2 August 1968 Arthur Leonard Williams[235] Governor-General of Mauritius
1 January 1969 Sir William Denis Allen[236] Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Sir David Clive Crosbie Trench[236] Governor of Hong Kong
10 February 1969 The Right Honourable Paul Meernaa Caedwalla Hasluck[237] Governor-General of Australia
14 June 1969 The Right Honourable Samuel Hood, 6th Viscount Hood[238] Former Deputy Under-Secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
1 January 1970 Sir Christopher William Machell Cox[239] Educational Adviser, Ministry of Overseas Development
Sir John Walter Nicholls[239] Former Ambassador to South Africa
13 June 1970 Sir Bernard Alexander Brocas Burrows[240] Permanent Representative on the NATO Council, Brussels
9 October 1970 Sir Robert Sidney Foster[241] Governor-General of Fiji
21 October 1970 Mr Justice Banja Tejan-Sie[242] Governor-General of Sierra Leone
1 January 1970 Sir Charles Hepburn Johnston[243] High Commissioner to Australia
The Right Honourable John McEwen[244] For eminent political and public services to Australia
12 June 1971 Sir Archibald Duncan Wilson[245] Ambassador to Russia
Sir Denis Arthur Hepworth Wright[245] Ambassador to Iran
1 January 1972 Sir William Alan Nield[246] Permanent Secretary, Cabinet Office
Sir Denis Arthur Greenhill[246] Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and Head of HM Diplomatic Service
The Honourable Sir Con Douglas Walter O'Neill[246] Foreign and Commonwealth Office
The Right Honourable Arthur Christopher John Soames[246] Ambassador to France
The Honourable Sir Henry Edward Bolte[246] Premier and Treasurer of Victoria
25 July 1972 Sir Edward Denis Blundell[247] Former High Commissioner from New Zealand to the United Kingdom
21 December 1972 Ratu George Cakobau[248] Governor-General of Fiji
1 January 1973 Sir John Arthur Pilcher[249] Former Ambassador to Japan
6 February 1973 Abdool Raman Mahomed Osman[250] Governor-General of Mauritius
2 June 1973 Sir Robert Stewart Crawford[251] Former Deputy Under-Secretary of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Sir Colin Tradescant Crowe[251] Permanent Representative to the United Nations, New York
13 June 1973 The Honourable Sir Milo Boughton Butler[252] Governor-General of the Bahamas
1 January 1974 The Right Honourable George Rowland Stanley Baring, 3rd Earl of Cromer[253] Ambassador to the United States
8 February 1874 Leo Victor de Gale[254] Governor-General of Grenada
15 June 1974 Sir Patrick Francis Hancock[255] Ambassador to Italy
Sir Edward Heywood Peck[255] Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council
1 January 1975 Sir Thomas Brimelow[256] Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Head of HM Diplomatic Service
The Right Honourable Sir Morrice James[256] High Commissioner to Australia
14 June 1975 Sir Edward Tomkins[257] Ambassador to France
Sir Robert William Askin[257] Former Premier of New South Wales
16 September 1975 Sir John Guise[258] Governor-General of Papua New Guinea
1 January 1976 Sir William Vincent John Evans[259] Former Legal Adviser, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Sir Roger William Jackling[259] Former Leader of the UK Delegation to the Conference on the Law of the Sea
23 April 1976 The Honourable Sir John Robert Kerr[260] Governor-General of Australia
12 June 1976 Sir Charles Michael Walker[261] High Commissioner to India
17 November 1976 The Honourable Deighton Harcourt Lisle Ward[262] Governor-General of Barbados
31 December 1976 Sir Michael Palliser[263] Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Head of HM Diplomatic Service
1 March 1977 Tore Lokoloko[264] Governor-General of Papua New Guinea
11 June 1977 Sir John Nicholas Henderson[265] Ambassador to France
Sir Donald Maitland[265] Permanent Representative to the European Communities, Brussels
16 November 1977 Sir Zelman Cowen[266] Governor-General of Australia
31 December 1977 Sir John Baines Johnston[267] High Commissioner to Canada
The Honourable Sir Peter Ramsbotham[267] Governor of Bermuda
3 June 1978 The Right Honourable Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam[268] Prime Minister of Mauritius
Sir Maurice Oldfield[269] Chief of the Secret Intelligence Service
30 December 1978 Sir David Aubrey Scott[270] Ambassador to South Africa
23 February 1979 Sir Allen Montgomery Lewis[271] Governor-General of Saint Lucia
8 March 1979 Paul Godwin Scoon[272] Governor-General of Grenada
2 June 1979 Fiatau Penitala Teo[273] Governor-General of Tuvalu
16 June 1979 Sir Alan Hugh Campbell[274] Ambassador to Italy
Sir John Killick[274] Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council
29 October 1979 Sir Sydney Douglas Gun-Munro[275] Governor-General of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
20 December 1979 Sir Gerald Christopher Cash[276] Governor-General of the Bahamas
31 December 1979 Sir Antony Duff[277] Deputy Governor of Southern Rhodesia
Sir Donald Tebbit[277] High Commissioner to Australia
22 February 1980 Baddeley Devesi[278] Governor-General of the Solomon Islands
14 June 1980 Sir Michael Wilford[279] Ambassador to Japan
1 August 1980 The Honourable David Stuart Beattie[280] Governor-General of New Zealand
31 December 1980 Sir John Oliver Wright[281] Ambassador to West Germany
10 March 1981 The Right Honourable Sir Harry Talbot Gibbs[282] Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia
18 April 1981 The Most Honourable Florizel Augustus Glasspole[283] Governor-General of Jamaica
13 June 1981 Sir Clive Martin Rose[284] Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council
Sir Howard Smith[284] Director-General of MI5
1 November 1981 Sir Wilfred Ebenezer Jacobs[285] Governor-General of Antigua and Barbuda
31 December 1981 Sir Reginald Alfred Hibbert[286] Ambassador to France
Sir Anthony Derrick Parsons[286] Permanent Representative to the United Nations
28 May 1982 The Right Honourable Sir Ninian Martin Stephen[287] Governor-General of Australia
12 June 1982 Sir Herbert Ben Curtis Keeble[288] Ambassador to Russia
31 December 1982 Sir Edward Youde[289] Governor of Hong Kong
28 February 1983 The Honourable Kingsford Dibela[290] Governor-General of Papua New Guinea
29 March 1983 Ratu Sir Penaia Kanatabatu Ganilau[291] Governor-General of Fiji
11 June 1983 Sir Percy Cradock[292] Ambassador to China
31 December 1983 Sir Arthur Henry Hugh Cortazzi[293] Ambassador to Japan
Sir Albert James Macqueen Craig[293] Ambassador to Saudi Arabia
The Right Honourable Robert David Muldoon[294] Prime Minister of New Zealand
3 February 1984 Sir Clement Athelston Arrindell[295] Governor-General of Saint Christopher and Nevis
14 February 1984 Elmira Minita Gordon*[296] Governor-General of Belize
23 February 1984 Sir Hugh Worrell Springer[297] Governor-General of Barbados
16 June 1984 Sir Michael Dacres Butler[298] Permanent Representative to the European Communities
15 June 1985 Sir John Thomson[299] Permanent Representative to the United Nations
30 July 1985 Joseph Lambert Eustace[300] Governor-General of Saint Vincent and The Grenadines
6 November 1985 The Most Reverend Sir Paul Alfred Reeves[301] Governor-General of New Zealand
31 December 1985 Sir John Alexander Noble Graham, Bt.[302] Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council
25 February 1986 Sir Veerasamy Ringadoo[303] Governor-General of Mauritius
14 June 1986 Sir Antony Arthur Acland[304] Ambassador to the United States
8 July 1986 Tupua Leupena[305] Governor-General of Tuvalu
31 December 1986 Sir Julian Leonard Bullard[306] Ambassador to West Germany
13 June 1987 Sir John Emsley Fretwell[307] Ambassador to France
31 December 1987 The Right Honourable Thomas Edward Bridges, 2nd Baron Bridges[308] Former Ambassador to Italy
11 June 1988 The Right Honourable Peter Alexander Rupert Carington, 6th Baron Carrington[309] Secretary-General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation
17 August 1988 George Geria Dennis Lepping[310] Governor-General of the Solomon Islands
31 December 1988 Sir Crispin Tickell[311] Permanent Representative to the United Nations
21 February 1989 Ignatius Kilage[312] Governor-General of Papua New Guinea
17 June 1989 Sir Patrick Richard Henry Wright[313] Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Head of HM Diplomatic Service
8 February 1990 Vincent Serei Eri[314] Governor-General of Papua New Guinea
18 April 1990 Dame Ruth Nita Barrow[315] Governor-General of Barbados
16 June 1990 The Right Honourable Michael Thomas Somare[316] Foreign Minister of Papua New Guinea
1 October 1990 The Right Honourable Toaripi Lauti[317] Governor-General of Tuvalu
27 November 1990 Dame Catherine Anne Tizard*[318] Governor-General of New Zealand
31 December 1990 Sir David Clive Wilson[319] Governor of Hong Kong
22 January 1991 David Emmanuel Jack[320] Governor-General of St. Vincent and The Grenadines
15 June 1991 Sir Arthur David Saunders Goodall[321] High Commissioner to India
10 December 1991 Wiwa Korowi[322] Governor-General of Papua New Guinea
31 December 1981 Sir John Stainton Whitehead[323] Ambassador to Japan
13 June 1982 Sir Michael O'Donel Bjarne Alexander[324] Permanent Representative on the North Atlantic Council
6 September 1992 Reginald Oswald Palmer[325] Governor-General of Grenada
31 December 1992 Sir Ewen Alastair John Fergusson[326] Ambassador to France
9 November 1993 James Beethoven Carlisle[327] Governor-General of Antigua and Barbuda
31 December 1993 Sir David Gillmore[328] Permanent Under-Secretary of State of Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Head of HM Diplomatic Service
22 February 1994 Colville Norbert Young[329] Governor-General of Belize
31 December 1994 Sir David Hugh Alexander Hannay[330] Permanent Representative to the United Nations
22 February 1995 Orville Alton Turnquest[331] Governor-General of the Bahamas
31 March 1995 Moses Puibangara Pitakaka[332] Governor-General of the Solomon Islands
17 June 1995 Sir Nicholas Maxted Fenn[333] High Commissioner to India
30 December 1995 The Right Honourable Justice Michael Hardie Boys[334] Governor-General of New Zealand
1 January 1996 Cuthbert Montraville Sebastian[335] Governor-General of St. Christopher and Nevis
15 February 1996 Tulaga Manuella[336] Governor-General of Tuvalu
1 June 1996 Sir Clifford Straughn Husbands[337] Governor-General of Barbados
15 June 1996 Sir Christopher Leslie George Mallaby[338] Ambassador to France
9 August 1996 Daniel Charles Williams[339] Governor-General of Grenada
16 October 1996 Charles James Antrobus[340] Governor-General of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
31 December 1996 Sir Arthur John Coles[341] Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
22 February 1997 William George Mallet[342] Governor-General of Saint Lucia
29 January 1998 Silas Atopare[343] Governor-General of Papua New Guinea
15 June 1998 David Francis Williamson[344] Former Secretary-General of the European Commission
16 July 1999 Calliopa Pearlette Louisy*[345] Governor-General of Saint Lucia
21 October 1999 The Reverend Father John Ini Lapli[346] Governor-General of the Solomon Islands
31 December 1999 Sir Andrew Marley Wood[347] Ambassador to Russia
30 December 2000 Sir Peter John Goulden[348] Permanent Representative, UKDEL NATO
4 June 2001 His Excellency Tomu Malaefone Sione[349] Former Governor-General of Tuvalu
16 June 2001 Sir John Olav Kerr[350] Head of HM Diplomatic Service
15 June 2002 Sir David John Wright[351] Group Chief Executive, British Trade International
12 September 2002 Sir Tomasi Puapua[352] Governor-General of Tuvalu
30 October 2002 His Excellency Frederick Nathaniel Ballantyne[353] Governor-General of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
31 December 2002 Sir Jeremy Quentin Greenstock[354] Permanent Representative to the United Nations
14 June 2003 Sir John Robertson Young[355] High Commissioner to India
31 December 2003 The Right Honourable George Islay MacNeill Robertson, Baron Robertson of Port Ellen[356] Former Secretary-General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation
21 June 2004 Sir (John) Stephen Wall[357] Head of European Secretariat, Cabinet Office
31 December 2004 Nathaniel Rahumaea Waena[358] Governor-General of the Solomon Islands
30 March 2005 His Excellency Sir Paulias Nguna Matane[359] Governor-General of Papua New Guinea
31 December 2005 The Right Honourable Jeremy John Durham "Paddy" Ashdown, Baron Ashdown of Norton-sub-Hamdon[360] Former High Representative of the International Community in Bosnia and Herzegovina
17 June 2006 Sir Michael Hastings Jay[361] Permanent Under-Secretary of State, Foreign and Commonwealth and Head of the Diplomatic Service
12 January 2007 His Excellency The Reverend Filoimea Telito[362] Governor-General of Tuvalu
16 June 2007 Sir Emyr Jones Parry[363] Permanent Representative to the United Nations
9 October 2007 His Excellency The Most Honourable Kenneth Octavius Hall[364] Governor-General of Jamaica
17 October 2007 Her Excellency Louise Agnetha Lake-Tack*[365] Governor-General of Antigua and Barbuda
29 December 2007 Sir David Geoffrey Manning[366] Former Ambassador to the United States
26 March 2009 His Excellency Patrick Linton Allen[367] Governor-General of Jamaica
11 September 2009 His Excellency Frank Utu Ofagioro Kabui[368] Governor-General of the Solomon Islands
20 May 2010 His Excellency Sir Arthur Alexander Foulkes[369] Governor-General of The Bahamas
31 December 2010 Sir Peter Forbes Ricketts[370] Former Permanent Under Secretary of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Head of the Diplomatic Service
26 April 2011 His Excellency Michael Ogio[371] Governor-General of Papua New Guinea
1 June 2011 His Excellency Iakoba Taeia Italeli[372] Governor-General of Tuvalu
11 June 2011 Sir Nigel Elton Sheinwald[373] Ambassador to the United States
1 June 2012 His Excellency Elliott Fitzroy Belgrave[374] Governor-General of Barbados
14 December 2012 His Excellency Sir Edmund Wickham Lawrence[375] Governor-General of Saint Christopher and Nevis
24 April 2013 Her Excellency Cécile Ellen Fleurette La Grenade*[376] Governor-General of Grenada
30 August 2014 His Excellency Rodney Errey Lawrence Williams[377] Governor-General of Antigua and Barbuda
11 September 2014 Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Matilda Pindling (Lady Pindling)*[378] Governor-General of The Bahamas
31 December 2014 The Right Honourable Catherine Margaret Ashton, Baroness Ashton of Upholland*[379] Former EU High Representative for Common Foreign and Security Policy and Vice-President of the European Commission. For services to the European External Action Service.
Sir Robert John Sawers[379] Chief of the Secret Intelligence Service. For services to British national security.
9 November 2015 His Excellency Samuel Weymouth Tapley Seaton[380] Governor-General of Saint Christopher and Nevis
31 December 2015 Sir Simon James Fraser[381] Former Permanent Under Secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office. For services to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and to the pursuit of British foreign policy interests.
31 December 2017 Sir Mark Lyall Grant Former National Security Adviser. For services to UK foreign and national security policy.
8 January 2018 Dame Sandra Mason Governor-General of Barbados.

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