Deputy Lieutenant of Aberdeenshire

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A Deputy Lieutenant of Aberdeenshire is commissioned by the Lord Lieutenant of Aberdeenshire.

The Lieutenancy Area of Aberdeenshire was previously known as the County of Aberdeen - not to be confused with the former County of the City of Aberdeen.

Deputy Lieutenants support the work of the Lord-Lieutenant. There cam be several deputy lieutenants at any time, depending on the population of the county. Their appointment does not terminate with the changing of the Lord-Lieutenant, but they usually retire at age 75.


19th Century[edit]

  • (30 June 1849) The Right Honourable Francis Alexander Keith Falconer, Earl of Kintore[1]
  • (30 June 1849) James Gordon[1]
  • (27 May 1861) The Honourable Arthur Hamilton Gordon[2]
  • (27 May 1861) Colonel Charles Leslie[2]
  • (27 May 1861) Francis Farquharson[2]
  • (27 May 1861) Arthur Forbes Gordon[2]
  • (27 May 1861) Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Knight Erskine of Pittodrie[2]
  • (27 May 1861) The Lord Lindsay[2]
  • (27 May 1861) John Gordon[2]
  • (22 September 1862) Thomas James[3]
  • (30 September 1864) The Earl of Aberdeen[4]
  • (30 September 1864) Major the Honourable Charles Keith Falconer[4]
  • (30 September 1864) Sir Archibald Grant[4]
  • (30 September 1864) Sir William Forbes[4]
  • (30 September 1864) Colonel James Ross Farquharson[4]
  • (30 September 1864) John Ramsay[4]
  • (30 September 1864) James Forbes Leith[4]
  • (30 September 1864) John Gordon[4]
  • (26 April 1866) Henry Lumsden[5]
  • (26 April 1866) John Paton Watson[5]
  • (26 April 1866) Charles Leslie[5]
  • (26 April 1866) Frederick Fraser [5]
  • (7 December 1869) The Lord Forbes[6]
  • (7 December 1869) Lieutenant-Colonel Ferguson[6]
  • (7 December 1869) B. C. Urquhart[6]
  • (7 December 1869) A. Forbes Irvine[6]
  • (7 December 1869) Colonel Forbes Leslie[6]
  • (7 December 1869) Carlos Pedro Gordon[6]
  • (7 December 1869) Robert O. Farquharson[6]
  • (7 December 1869) James Wilkinson Gordon[6]
  • (7 June 1876) William Leslie[7]
  • (7 June 1876) James George Ferguson Russell[7]
  • (7 June 1876) Henry Gordon[7]
  • (7 June 1876) Andrew Robertson[7]
  • (8 June 1876) Alexander Morison Gordon[7]
  • (21 November 1877) The Honourable Alexander Fraser, Master of Saltoun[8]
  • (21 November 1877) Robert Grant[8]
  • (21 November 1877) William Ferguson[8]
  • (31 December 1889) Captain Harry Vesey Brooke[9]
  • (31 December 1889) William Alexander Brown[9]
  • (31 December 1889) Harry Gordon Fellowes-Gordon[9]
  • (31 December 1889) Arthur John Lewis Gordon[9]
  • (31 December 1889) Francis Robert Gregson[9]
  • (31 December 1889) George Hamilton[9]
  • (31 December 1889) Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Chambers Hunter[9]
  • (31 December 1889) Lieutenant-Colonel William Ross King[9]
  • (31 December 1889) Major Thomas Leith[9]
  • (31 December 1889) Hugh Gordon Lumsden[9]
  • (31 December 1889) Colonel Frank Shirley Russell[9]
  • (20 December 1900)James Ferguson, Esq.[10]
  • (20 December 1900)Hugh Mackay Gordon, Esq.[10]
  • (20 December 1900)Walter Lumsden [10]

20th Century[edit]

  • (30 January 1908) Baron Sempill[11]
  • (11 December 1909) Colonel James Ogston[11]
  • (11 August 1921) Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Haldane Farquharson[11]
  • (30 November 1925) Major The Right Honourable Atholl Laurence Cunynghame, Baron Forbes[13]
  • (30 November 1925) Lieutenant-Colonel Garden Beauchamp Duff DSO[13]
  • (18 October 1927) Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander James King CMG, DSO, JP[14]
  • (14 November 1930) Brigadier General John George Harry Hamilton, DSO[15]
  • (16 January 1932) Falconer Lewis Wallace[16]
  • (6 July 1933) Lieutenant-Colonel James William Ferguson[17]
  • (2 June 1938) Honorary Colonel Robert Bruce DSO, TD[20]
  • (25 November 1938) Captain (Brevet Major) Sir Alan McLean MBE, TD[21]
  • (1 April 1939) Major Alexander Robert Leith OBE, JP[22]
  • (26 June 1941) Colonel Robert James Burton Yates DSO[23]
  • (26 February 1945) Captain John Steele Allan[24]
  • (26 February 1945) Major Arthur Brooke[24]
  • (26 February 1945) Major John Beauchamp Gordon Duff MBE[24]
  • (18 March 1949) Rear-Admiral Henry Dalrymple Bridges CVO, DSO[25]
  • (18 March 1949) Sir George Arthur Drostan Ogilvie-Forbes, KCMG[25]
  • (18 March 1949) Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Henry Turner[25]
  • (7 March 1950) Lieutenant-Colonel William Lilburn[26]
  • (14 January 1961) Major (Hon. Colonel) George William Bruce TD[30]
  • (14 January 1961) Colonel David Peter Davidson OBE, MC, TD[30]
  • (14 January 1961) Observer Lieutenant Henry Quentin Forbes Irvine[30]
  • (20 November 1963) Lieutenant-Colonel Patrick Walter Forbes of Corse, OBE[31]
  • (20 November 1963) Captain Robin Fogg Elliot[31]
  • (30 December 1966) Colonel Roger John Gary Fleming, OBE, TD, ADC, JP[32]
  • (30 December 1966) Lieutenant-Colonel and Brevet Colonel (Honorary Colonel) Frank Weaver Jack, TD, JP[32]
  • (30 December 1966) Major Francis Charles Quentin Irvine of Barra and Straloch, JP[32]
  • (30 December 1966) Captain (Honorary Major) James Malcolm Hay[32]
  • (6 September 1973) Major Laurence Ronald Kington Fyffe, MC, JP, MA[34]
  • (6 September 1973) Major James Scott Gray Munro, MBE, TD, JP[34]
  • (26 October 1984) Mrs Marion Patricia Campbell[35]
  • (26 October 1984) Marc Ellington[35]
  • (19 August 1988) Mrs. Patricia Mary Godsman[36]
  • (19 August 1988) William James Ferguson[36]
  • (12 September 1989) Colonel Rodney Francis Maurice Windsor[37]
  • (11 July 1996) Mrs Nicola Barbara Bradford[38]
  • (11 July 1996) John Alexander Campbell Don[38]
  • (11 July 1996) The Hon. Malcolm Nigel Forbes, Master of Forbes[38]
  • (11 July 1996) Mrs Bridget Rosemary Zilla Tuck[38]

21st Century[edit]

  • (23 May 2001) Mrs Clare Judith Thorogood[40]
  • (23 May 2001) Mr Richard Laurence Oliphant Fyffe[40]
  • (23 May 2001) Mr David Romer Paton, OBE, CStJ, FRICS, FSAScot[40]
  • (22 May 2003) The Most Honourable Joanna Clodagh Gordon, Marchioness of Aberdeen, BA [41]
  • (20 April 2005) Dr Maitland Mackie, CBE, LLD, BscAgric., MA Hons Econ. FRAgs[42]
  • (20 April 2005) Major Michael Pilgrim Taitt, TD, FSA Scot[42]
  • (3 May 2013) Mr John Douglas Fowlie[43]
  • (3 May 2013) Mrs Miranda Jane McHardy[43]
  • (3 May 2013) The Reverend Kenneth Ian Mackenzie[43]
  • (3 May 2013) Mr Alexander Philip Manson[43]
  • (3 May 2013) Mr Andrew Cameron Salvesen[43]

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