List of Ambassadors of the United Kingdom to Kuwait

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The Ambassador from the United Kingdom to Kuwait is the United Kingdom's foremost diplomatic representative in the State of Kuwait, and in charge of the UK's diplomatic mission in Kuwait. The official title is Her Britannic Majesty's Ambassador to the State of Kuwait.

List of heads of mission[edit]

  • 1899 August - 1904 August: Haji Ali bin Mulla Ghulam Bisa[1]
  • 1904 August - 1909 April: Stuart Knox
  • 1905 May - 1905 October: Daud al-Rahman
  • 1909 April - 1914 January: William Shakespear
  • 1914 January - 1916 June: William Grey
  • 1916 June - 1918 March: Robert Hamilton
  • 1918 March - 1918 September: Percy Loch (1887 - 1953)
  • 1918 September - 1920 February: Daniel McCollum
  • 1919 June - 1920 June: L.M. D'Mello
  • 1920 May - 1929 May: Maj. James More
  • 1927 April - 1927 October: Cyril Barrett
  • 1929 May - 1936 February: Harold Dickson
  • 1931 May - 1931 September: Allen Greenway
  • 1934 June - 1934 October: Ralph Watts
  • 1936 February - 1939 May: Gerald de Gaury
  • 1937 April - 1937 May: Andrew Steward
  • 1937 May - 1937 June: Allen Greenway
  • 1939 May - 1941 May: Arnold Galloway (1901–1988)
  • 1941 May - 1941 August: Harold Dickson
  • 1941 August - 1943 September: Tom Hickinbotham (1903–1983)
  • 1943 June - 1943 October: Gordon Jackson
  • 1943 October - 1944 June: Cornelius Pelly
  • 1944 June - 1945 April: Gordon Jackson
  • 1945 April - 1946 March: Maurice Tandy (b. 14th May, 1912)
  • 1946 March - 1946 May: Richard Bird
  • 1946 May - 1948 April: Maurice Tandy
  • 1947 - 1951: Herbert George Jakins
  • 1953: Frederick Chauncy
  • 1954: Herbert George Jakins
  • 1955: Cornelius Pelly
  • 1955 - 1957: Gawain Bell
  • 1957 - 1959: Aubrey Halford
  • 1959 - 1961: John Richmond
  • 1961: John Lawrie Christie

Ambassadors to Kuwait[edit]

References[edit]