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List of Members of the Order of the Companions of Honour

Below is a list of Members of the Order of the Companions of Honour from the order's creation in 1917 until the present day:

MembersEdit

Date Image Name Birth–Death Area of achievement
4 June 1917   Jan Smuts 1870–1950 Statesman
4 June 1917   Harry Gosling 1861–1930 Politician and trade unionist
4 June 1917   The Marchioness of Lansdowne 1850–1932 Courtier and humanitarian
4 June 1917   Elizabeth Haldane 1862–1937 Suffragist, writer
4 June 1917   K. B. Quinan 1878–1948 Chemical engineer
4 June 1917   Sir Henry Smith 1863–1923 Civil servant
4 June 1917   The Lord Burnham 1862–1933 Newspaper proprietor and politician
4 June 1917   Sir Frank Swettenham 1850–1946 Colonial administrator
4 June 1917   Edward Strutt 1854–1930 Agriculturalist
4 June 1917   The Lord Faringdon 1850–1934 Financier and politician
4 June 1917   The Viscount Chetwynd 1863–1936 Industrialist
4 June 1917   William Ripper 1853–1937 Educationalist
4 June 1917   May Tennant 1869–1946 Civil servant and social reformer
4 June 1917   Violet Markham 1872–1959 Social reformer
4 June 1917   William John Davis 1848–1934 Trade unionist
4 June 1917   George Wardle 1865–1947 Politician
4 June 1917   Alexander Wilkie 1850–1928 Politician
1 January 1918   Sir John Furley 1836–1919 Humanitarian
1 January 1918   James Andrew Seddon 1868–1939 Politician and trade unionist
1 January 1918   James Parker 1863–1948 Politician
25 February 1918   Sir Alfred Keogh 1857–1936 Doctor, head of Army Medical Service
3 June 1918   Sir Herbert Perrott, Bt 1849–1922 Humanitarian
3 June 1918   Sir Samuel Provis 1845–1926 Civil servant
29 April 1919   Walter Layton 1884–1966 Economist and newspaper proprietor
29 April 1919   Sir Thomas Royden, Bt 1871–1950 Businessman and politician
1 January 1920   George Nicoll Barnes 1859–1940 Politician
1 January 1920   Philip Kerr 1882–1940 Diplomat
1 January 1921   Sir John Ellerman, Bt 1862–1933 Entrepreneur and shipping magnate
1 January 1921   John Clifford 1836–1923 Nonconformist minister
4 June 1921   The Viscount Dillon 1844–1932 Antiquary and heraldist
4 June 1921   Arthur Headlam 1862–1947 Bishop of Gloucester
4 June 1921   Sir William Robertson Nicoll 1851–1923 Church minister and journalist
2 January 1922   Sir Henry Jones 1852–1922 Philosopher
2 January 1922   Sir Henry Newbolt 1862–1938 Poet
2 January 1922   Joseph Havelock Wilson 1859–1929 Trade unionist
19 October 1922   Sir Hall Caine 1853–1931 Novelist
19 October 1922   Winston Churchill 1874–1965 Statesman
19 October 1922   Sir Evan Vincent Evans 1851–1934 Journalist and promotor of the Welsh national revival[1]
19 October 1922   John Jowett 1863–1923 Congregationalist minister[2]
25 May 1923   J. C. C. Davidson 1889–1970 Conservative politician
1 January 1926   Wilson Carlile 1847–1942 Church Army founder
5 June 1926   Herbert Armitage James 1844–1931 Cleric and school administrator
1 January 1927   Hugh Sheppard 1880–1937 Anglican priest
9 May 1927   Stanley Bruce 1883–1967 Prime Minister of Australia
3 June 1927   John Jones 1865–1942 Congregational minister
4 June 1928   John Scott Haldane 1860–1936 Physiologist
1 March 1929   Lady Florence Barrett 1867–1945 Gynaecologist
1 March 1929   John Carlile 1862–1941 Baptist minister, social reformer
1 March 1929   Lilian Baylis 1874–1937 Theatre producer
1 March 1929   Frederick Delius 1862–1934 Composer
30 April 1929   Bramwell Booth 1856–1929 Leader of The Salvation Army
3 June 1929   Thomas Jones 1870–1955 Civil servant and educationalist
1 January 1930   Maude Royden 1876–1956 Suffragist
1 January 1930   V. S. Srinivasa Sastri 1869–1946 Indian politician
1 January 1930   Gertrude Tuckwell 1861–1951 Trade unionist and social worker
3 June 1930   Margaret McMillan 1860–1931 Trade unionist
1 January 1931   Helena Swanwick 1864–1939 Feminist and pacifist
1 January 1931   Jane Harriett Walker 1859–1938 Medical doctor
3 June 1931   Albert Mansbridge 1876–1952 Educator
3 June 1931   Seebohm Rowntree 1871–1954 Industrialist and philanthropist
1 January 1932   John Buchan 1875–1940 Scottish author and Governor General of Canada
3 June 1932   E. V. Lucas 1868–1938 Writer
3 June 1932   Laurence Binyon 1869–1943 Poet
2 January 1933   Tubby Clayton 1885–1972 Priest and philanthropist
2 January 1933 John Scott Lidgett 1854–1953 Methodist priest and educationist
3 June 1933   Annie Horniman 1860–1937 Theatre manager
1 January 1934   Thomas Page 1850–1936 Classicist
3 June 1935   William Bruce 1858–1936 Lawyer, politician, educationalist
3 June 1935   John White 1867–1951 Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland
1 January 1936   J. Dover Wilson 1881–1969 Classicist
23 June 1936   Joseph Lyons 1879–1939 Prime Minister of Australia
23 June 1936   Janet Trevelyan 1879–1956 Writer
23 June 1936   Hugh MacDowell Pollock 1852–1937 Businessman and Ulster Unionist politician
23 June 1936   George Adams 1874–1966 Political scientist and academic
11 May 1937   Melbourn Aubrey 1885–1957 Baptist Union of Great Britain General Secretary
11 May 1937   John Alfred Spender 1862–1942 Journalist and editor
11 May 1937   Charles Thomson Rees Wilson 1869–1959 Physicist
11 May 1937   The Viscountess Astor 1879–1964 Pioneering woman politician
11 May 1937   Gwendoline Davies 1882–1951 Philanthropist and patron of the arts
1 January 1938   Howell Arthur Gwynne 1865–1950 Newspaper editor and author
8 June 1939   James Mallon 1875–1961 Social reformer
8 June 1939   George Peabody Gooch 1873–1968 Historian
1 January 1941   James Louis Garvin 1868–1947 Journalist and author
1 January 1941   Arthur Henry Mann 1876–1972 Journalist
1 January 1941   Billy Hughes 1862–1952 Prime Minister of Australia
12 June 1941   A. V. Alexander 1885–1965 Labour politician
11 June 1942   The Lord Woolton 1883–1964 Businessman turned-politician
23 June 1942   Sir Earle Page 1880–1961 Prime Minister of Australia
1 January 1943   Joseph Hertz 1872–1946 Chief Rabbi of Great Britain and the Commonwealth
1 January 1943   The Lord Leathers 1883–1965 Industrialist turned-politician
21 May 1943   J. M. Andrews 1871–1956 Prime Minister of Northern Ireland
2 June 1943   Ernest Hives 1886–1965 Industrialist
2 June 1943   The Lord Snell 1865–1944 Labour politician
9 August 1943   The Viscount Swinton 1884–1972 Conservative politician
24 September 1943   Essington Lewis 1881–1961 Industrialist
1 January 1944   Richard Casey 1890–1976 Australian politician and British colonial administrator
1 January 1944   Edmund Fellowes 1870–1951 Theologian and musicologist
1 January 1944   Robert Hudson 1886–1957 Conservative politician
8 June 1944   Sir Henry Wood 1869–1944 Conductor, founded the Proms
4 August 1944 Sir Godfrey Huggins 1883–1971 Prime Minister of Rhodesia
1 January 1945   The Earl of Selborne 1887–1971 Conservative politician
8 June 1945   Clement Attlee 1883–1967 Labour politician
8 June 1945   Arthur Greenwood 1880–1954 Labour politician
14 June 1945   Henry Williams 1872–1961 Bishop of Carlisle
5 July 1945   Harry Crerar 1888–1965 Canadian general
17 August 1945   Leo Amery 1873–1955 Conservative politician
17 August 1945 Ernest Brown 1881–1962 Liberal politician
17 August 1945   Hastings Ismay 1887–1965 Soldier
1 January 1946   Archibald Hill 1886–1977 Physiologist
4 January 1946   Peter Fraser 1884–1950 Prime Minister of New Zealand
22 May 1946   Vincent Massey 1887–1967 Governor General of Canada
13 June 1946   George Gibson 1885–1953 Trade unionist
13 June 1946   Andrew McNaughton 1887–1966 Canadian general and diplomat
12 June 1947   James Bone 1872–1962 Journalist
12 June 1947 J. W. Robertson Scott 1866–1962 Writer, campaigner on rural issues
1 January 1948   Margaret Bondfield 1873–1953 Pioneering woman politician
1 January 1948   Vita Sackville-West 1892–1962 Writer
10 June 1948   Walter de la Mare 1873–1956 Writer
10 June 1948   Howell Elvet Lewis 1860–1953 Bard, Archdruid of the National Eisteddfod of Wales
10 June 1948   William Whiteley 1882–1955 Labour politician
1 January 1949   Lord David Cecil 1902–1986 Biographer, historian and academic
1 January 1949   Arthur Deakin 1890–1955 Trade unionist
9 June 1949   Lionel George Curtis 1872–1955 Soldier and author
1 January 1951   Sir Stafford Cripps 1889–1952 Politician
1 January 1951   Robert Menzies 1894–1978 Prime Minister of Australia
7 June 1951   Sidney Holland 1893–1961 Prime Minister of New Zealand
30 November 1951   Herbert Morrison 1888–1965 Politician
5 June 1952 Walter Elliot 1888–1958 Scottish Unionist politician
1 January 1953   E. M. Forster 1879–1970 Novelist
1 June 1953   Benjamin Britten 1913–1976 Composer
1 June 1953 James Chuter Ede 1882–1965 Labour politician
1 June 1953   Ian Fraser 1897–1974 Conservative politician
1 June 1953   Tom Johnston 1881–1965 Labour politician
10 November 1953   The Lord Cherwell 1886–1957 Physicist
1 January 1954   John Christie 1882–1962 Founder of Glyndebourne Festival Opera
8 January 1954   Rab Butler 1902–1982 Politician
10 June 1954   W. Somerset Maugham 1874–1965 Writer
21 December 1954   René Massigli (honorary) 1888–1988 French diplomat
1 January 1955   Harry Crookshank 1893–1961 Conservative politician
1 January 1955   Hugh Martin 1890–1964 Christian activist
9 June 1955   Henry Moore 1898–1986 Sculptor
2 January 1956   The Viscount Cecil of Chelwood 1864–1958 Conservative politician
2 January 1956   Sir John Kotelawala 1897–1980 Prime Minister of Sri Lanka
2 January 1956   Arthur Waley 1889–1966 Orientalist and sinologist
31 May 1956   Edward Gordon Craig 1872–1966 Theatre practitioner
31 May 1956   Arnold J. Toynbee 1889–1975 Historian
16 July 1956   Nuri al-Said (honorary) 1888–1958 Prime Minister of Iraq
1 January 1957   John Baillie 1886–1960 Theologian
14 January 1957 James Stuart 1897–1971 Scottish Unionist politician
13 June 1957   Sir Thomas Beecham, Bt 1879–1961 Conductor and musical impresario
13 June 1957   John Gregg 1873–1961 Clergyman, theologian
1 January 1958   The Viscount Nuffield 1877–1963 Industrialist
12 June 1958   Sir Osbert Sitwell, Bt 1892–1969 Writer
1 January 1959   Sir John Beazley 1885–1970 Archaeologist and art historian
1 January 1959   Sir Kenneth Clark 1903–1983 Art historian
13 June 1959   Walter Nash 1882–1968 Prime Minister of New Zealand
1 January 1960   Alan Lennox-Boyd 1904–1983 Politician
31 December 1960   The Earl of Limerick 1888–1967 Soldier
31 December 1960   Tunku Abdul Rahman 1903–1990 Prime Minister of Malaysia
10 June 1961   C. H. Dodd 1884–1973 Theologian
1 January 1962   Walter Matthews 1881–1973 Church of England priest
2 June 1962   The Lord Hailes 1901–1974 Politician
20 July 1962   Selwyn Lloyd 1904–1978 Politician
20 July 1962 John Maclay 1905–1992 Politician
20 July 1962 Harold Watkinson 1910–1995 Politician
1 January 1963   Keith Holyoake 1904–1983 Prime Minister of New Zealand
14 May 1963   Paul-Henri Spaak (honorary) 1899–1972 Belgian politician and statesman
1 January 1964   I. A. Richards 1893–1979 Literary critic
1 December 1964 Henry Brooke 1903–1984 Politician
1 January 1965   The Lord Silkin 1889–1972 Politician
12 June 1965   Patrick Blackett 1897–1974 Physicist
12 June 1965   Manny Shinwell 1884–1986 Politician
1 January 1966 Graham Greene 1904–1991 Writer
1 January 1966   The Baroness Summerskill 1901–1980 Physician, politician, writer
19 May 1966 Jim Griffiths 1890–1975 Politician
19 May 1966 Lady Megan Lloyd George 1902–1966 Politician
1 January 1967   Sir William Lawrence Bragg 1890–1971 Physicist
1 January 1967   Sir Mortimer Wheeler 1890–1976 Archaeologist
5 January 1967   Douglas Houghton 1898–1996 Politician
10 June 1967   Sir Arthur Bryant 1899–1985 Historian and writer
10 June 1967   Sir Harold Hartley 1878–1972 Chemist
10 June 1967   The Lord Reid 1890–1975 Judge and politician
14 June 1967   Harold Holt 1908–1967 Prime Minister of Australia
1 January 1968   The Lord Boyd-Orr 1880–1971 Biologist, head of FAO
1 January 1968   Ernest Alexander Payne 1902–1980 Baptist administrator
1 January 1968   The Lord Robbins 1898–1994 Economist, academic
8 June 1968   Patrick Gordon Walker 1907–1980 Politician
1 January 1969 Sir Adrian Boult 1889–1983 Conductor
1 January 1969   Sir John McEwen 1900–1980 Prime Minister of Australia
1 January 1969   Michael Stewart 1906–1990 Politician
14 June 1969   Sir John Barbirolli 1899–1970 Conductor
14 June 1969   Sir Allen Lane 1902–1970 Publisher
14 June 1969 Eric Williams 1911–1981 Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago
1 January 1970   Sir James Chadwick 1891–1974 Physicist, discovered the neutron
1 January 1970   Sir A. P. Herbert 1890–1971 Writer and advocate of law reform
1 January 1970   Lee Kuan Yew (honorary) 1923–2015 Singaporean politician
14 June 1970   Sir Frederick Ashton 1904–1988 Dancer and choreographer
14 June 1970   Dame Sybil Thorndike 1882–1976 Actress
1 January 1971   Sir Maurice Bowra 1898–1971 Classicist
12 June 1971   Charles Herbert Best 1899–1978 Medical researcher
12 June 1971   Sir Arthur Bliss 1891–1975 Composer
12 June 1971   John Gorton 1911–2002 Prime Minister of Australia
14 June 1971   Joseph Luns (honorary) 1911–2002 Dutch politician
1 January 1972   William McMahon 1908–1988 Prime Minister of Australia
1 January 1972   Sir Peter Medawar 1915–1987 Biologist
22 January 1972   Jean Monnet (honorary) 1888–1979 French economist and diplomat
3 June 1972   The Lord Goodman 1915–1995 Lawyer, administrator
3 June 1972   Herbert Howells 1892–1983 Composer
3 June 1972   John Piper 1903–1992 Artist
1 January 1973   Jack Marshall 1912–1988 New Zealand politician
1 January 1973   Sir Robert Mayer 1879–1985 Businessman and philanthropist
1 January 1973   Duncan Sandys 1908–1987 Politician
2 June 1973   Bernard Leach 1887–1979 Potter
2 June 1973   Irene Ward 1895–1980 Politician
1 January 1974   The Lord Cohen of Birkenhead 1900–1977 Physician
1 January 1974   The Countess of Limerick 1897–1981 Humanitarian, prominent in Red Cross
1 January 1974 William Whitelaw 1918–1999 Politician
5 April 1974   The Lord Hailsham of St Marylebone 1907–2001 Politician
15 June 1974 David Jones 1895–1974 Poet
15 June 1974   Nathaniel Micklem 1888–1976 Theologian
1 January 1975   Jack Ashley 1922–2012 Politician
1 January 1975 The Lord Gardiner 1900–1990 Politician
1 January 1975   Max Perutz 1914–2002 Molecular biologist
29 April 1975   Arnold Smith 1915–1994 Canadian diplomat
14 June 1975   The Lord Aylestone 1905–1994 Politician
14 June 1975   The Lord Morris of Borth-y-Gest 1896–1979 Judge
1 January 1976   John Diefenbaker 1895–1979 Prime Minister of Canada
27 May 1976   The Lord Elwyn-Jones 1909–1989 Politician
27 May 1976   Edward Short 1912–2012 Politician
31 December 1976   Cledwyn Hughes 1916–2001 Politician
31 December 1976   Jack Jones 1913–2009 Trade unionist
31 December 1976   F. R. Leavis 1895–1978 Academic, literary critic
26 January 1977   Malcolm Fraser 1930–2015 Prime Minister of Australia
11 June 1977   Sir John Gielgud 1904–2000 Actor
11 June 1977   Rob Muldoon 1921–1992 Prime Minister of New Zealand
11 June 1977 The Baroness Wootton of Abinger 1897–1988 Sociologist, criminologist
3 June 1978   Michael Somare b. 1936 Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea
12 June 1979   Denis Healey 1917–2015 Politician
16 June 1979 Sir Michael Tippett 1905–1998 Composer
31 December 1979   The Lord Thorneycroft 1909–1994 Politician
14 June 1980   The Lord Soames 1920–1987 Politician
31 December 1980   Victor Pasmore 1908–1998 Artist
30 April 1981   Brian Talboys 1921–2012 New Zealand politician
13 June 1981   The Lord Boyle of Handsworth 1923–1981 Politician
13 June 1981   Frederick Sanger 1918–2013 Biochemist
31 December 1981   Doug Anthony b. 1929 Australian politician
31 December 1981   Dame Ninette de Valois 1898–2001 Dancer, choreographer, teacher, and director of ballet
12 June 1982   Sir Karl Popper 1902–1994 Philosopher
11 June 1983   The Lord Carrington 1919–2018 Politician
11 June 1983   Lucian Freud 1922–2011 Artist
31 December 1983   Sir Steven Runciman 1903–2000 HIstorian
31 December 1983   Sir Sacheverell Sitwell, Bt 1897–1988 Art critic and writer
16 June 1984 The Viscount Eccles 1904–1999 Politician
16 June 1984   Friedrich Hayek 1899–1992 Economist and philosopher
16 June 1984   Sir Philip Powell 1921–2003 Architect
4 July 1984   Pierre Trudeau 1919–2000 Prime Minister of Canada
31 December 1984 Sir Hugh Casson 1910–1999 Architect and broadcaster
15 June 1985   Philip Larkin 1922–1985 Poet
15 June 1985 Rodney Robert Porter 1917–1985 Biochemist
21 May 1986   Sir Keith Joseph, Bt 1918–1994 Politician
31 December 1986   Sydney Brenner b. 1927 Biologist
31 December 1986   Sir John Summerson 1904–1992 Architectural historian
13 June 1987   Dadie Rylands 1902–1999 Academic and theatre director
13 June 1987   Sir Peter Scott 1909–1989 Naturalist and conservationist
31 July 1987   Norman Tebbit b. 1931 Politician
31 December 1987 Anthony Powell 1905–2000 Author
17 June 1989   Stephen Hawking 1942–2018 Physicist
30 December 1989   David Lange 1942–2005 Politician
13 April 1992   Kenneth Baker b. 1934 Politician
13 April 1992   Peter Brooke b. 1934 Politician
13 April 1992   Tom King b. 1933 Politician
13 June 1992   Dame Elisabeth Frink 1930–1993 Artist
13 June 1992 Joseph Needham 1900–1995 Biochemist and sinologist
31 December 1992   Sir Victor Pritchett 1900–1997 Writer
12 June 1993 C. H. Sisson 1914–2003 Writer
12 June 1993 Elsie Widdowson 1906–2000 Nutritionist
31 December 1993   David Astor 1912–2001 Newspaper publisher
31 December 1993   Dame Janet Baker b. 1933 Opera singer
31 December 1993   Sir John Smith 1923–2007 Politician
11 June 1994   Sir Alec Guinness 1914–2000 Actor
11 June 1994   Reginald Victor Jones 1911–1997 Physicist, scientific military intelligence expert
11 June 1994   The Lord Owen b. 1938 Politician
31 December 1994   César Milstein 1927–2002 Biochemist
31 December 1994   Carel Weight 1908–1997 Artist
17 June 1995   Sir Denys Lasdun 1914–2001 Architect
17 June 1995 Sir Nevill Francis Mott 1905–1996 Physicist
30 December 1995   Sir David Attenborough b. 1926 Broadcaster and naturalist
30 December 1995   Sir Richard Doll 1912–2005 Epidemiologist
30 December 1995   Douglas Hurd b. 1930 Politician
30 December 1995   Derek Worlock 1920–1996 Roman Catholic Archbishop of Liverpool
15 June 1996   The Lord Howe of Aberavon 1926–2015 Politician
31 December 1996 A. L. Rowse 1903–1997 Historian
14 June 1997   David Hockney b. 1937 Artist
2 August 1997   Michael Heseltine b. 1933 Politician
31 December 1997   Eric Hobsbawm 1917–2012 Historian
31 December 1997   Chris Patten b. 1944 Politician and governor of Hong Kong
13 June 1998   Peter Brook b. 1925 Theatre director
31 December 1998   John Major b. 1943 Politician
31 December 1998   Bridget Riley b. 1931 Artist
31 December 1998 John de Chastelain b. 1937 Canadian general and diplomat
31 December 1999   Richard Hamilton 1922–2011 Artist
31 December 1999   Doris Lessing 1919–2013 Writer
31 December 1999   Chad Varah 1911–2007 Founder of The Samaritans
11 May 2000   Amartya Sen (honorary) b. 1933 Indian economist
30 December 2000   Sir Harrison Birtwistle b. 1934 Composer
30 December 2000   Paul Scofield 1922–2008 Actor
16 June 2001   Sir Colin Davis 1927–2013 Conductor
31 December 2001   Sir George Christie 1934–2014 Opera manager
12 June 2002   Bernard Haitink (honorary) b. 1929 Dutch conductor
15 June 2002   Harold Pinter 1930–2008 Playwright
15 June 2002   Sir Michael Howard b. 1922 Historian
31 December 2002   Sir Howard Hodgkin 1932–2017 Artist
31 December 2002   James Lovelock b. 1919 Scientist and environmentalist
31 December 2002   Sir Denis Mahon 1910–2011 Art historian
14 June 2003   Sir Charles Mackerras 1925–2010 Conductor
14 June 2003   Dan McKenzie b. 1942 Geophysicist
14 June 2003   The Lord Hannay of Chiswick b. 1935 Diplomat
11 June 2005   Dame Judi Dench b. 1934 Actress
2006   Anthony Pawson 1952–2013 Microbiologist
31 December 2007   Sir Ian McKellen b. 1939 Actor
14 June 2008   The Lord Rogers of Riverside b. 1933 Architect
11 June 2011   The Lord Howard of Lympne b. 1941 Politician
20 September 2012   Sir George Young, Bt b. 1941 Politician
29 December 2012   The Lord Coe b. 1956 Athlete, politician, organiser of 2012 Olympics
29 December 2012   Peter Higgs b. 1929 Physicist
7 January 2013   The Lord Strathclyde b. 1960 Politician
15 June 2013   Sir Menzies Campbell b. 1941 Politician
15 June 2013   Sir Nicholas Serota b. 1946 Museum curator
31 December 2013   Peter Maxwell Davies 1934–2016 Composer and conductor
31 December 2013   The Baroness O'Neill of Bengarve b. 1941 Philosopher
14 June 2014   Dame Maggie Smith b. 1934 Actress
22 July 2014   Kenneth Clarke b. 1940 Politician
1 January 2015   The Lord Ashdown of Norton-sub-Hamdon b. 1941 Politician
1 January 2015   Sir Adrian Cadbury 1929–2015 Businessman
1 January 2015   Dame Mary Peters b. 1939 Athlete
1 January 2015   The Lord Young of Graffham b. 1932 Politician
13 June 2015   Sir Neville Marriner 1924–2016 Conductor
13 June 2015   The Lord Woolf b. 1933 Judge
30 November 2015   Desmond Tutu (honorary) b. 1931 Clergyman and activist
31 December 2015   Sir Roy Strong b. 1935 Art historian
11 June 2016   Dame Vera Lynn b. 1917 Singer
11 June 2016 The Lord Smith of Kelvin b. 1944 Businessman
11 June 2016   The Baroness Amos b. 1954 Politician and diplomat
4 August 2016   George Osborne b. 1971 Politician
31 December 2016   Sir Roger Bannister 1929–2018 Athlete
31 December 2016 Sir Richard Eyre b. 1943 Director and playwright
31 December 2016   Dame Evelyn Glennie b. 1965 Percussionist
31 December 2016 Sir Alec Jeffreys b. 1950 Geneticist
31 December 2016 The Baroness Warnock b. 1924 Philosopher
31 December 2016   The Baroness Williams of Crosby b. 1930 Politician
16 June 2017 Sir Terence Conran b. 1931 Designer
16 June 2017   Sir Mark Elder b. 1947 Conductor
16 June 2017   Dame Beryl Grey b. 1927 Ballet dancer
16 June 2017   Sir Paul McCartney b. 1942 Musician
16 June 2017   J. K. Rowling b. 1965 Author
16 June 2017   Dame Stephanie Shirley b. 1933 Entrepreneur and philanthropist
16 June 2017 Delia Smith b. 1941 Cook and writer
16 June 2017   The Lord Stern of Brentford b. 1946 Economist
16 June 2017   Sir John Sulston 1942–2018 Biologist
30 December 2017   The Lord Bragg b. 1939 Broadcaster
30 December 2017   Lady Antonia Fraser b. 1932 Author
30 December 2017   Margaret MacMillan b. 1943 Historian
9 June 2018   Richard Henderson b. 1945 Biologist
9 June 2018   Dame Kiri Te Kanawa b. 1944 Opera singer

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ James, H. E. (2004). "Evans, Sir (Evan) Vincent (1851–1934)". In Roberts, Brynley F. The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/33037. 
  2. ^ Watts, Michael (2004). "Jowett, John Henry (1863–1923)". The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. doi:10.1093/ref:odnb/58298. 

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