Sir Nicholas Hill-Norton
|Born||13 July 1939|
|Years of service||1957 - 1995|
|Commands held||HMS Antelope
Fishery Protection Squadron
|Awards||Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath|
Born the son of Admiral of the Fleet Lord Hill-Norton and educated at Marlborough College and the Royal Naval College Dartmouth, Hill-Norton joined the Royal Navy in 1957. He became commanding officer of the frigate HMS Antelope in 1974, commander of the Fishery Protection Squadron in 1978, commanding officer of the destroyer HMS Southampton in 1980 and commanding officer of the aircraft carrier HMS Invincible in 1983. He went on to be Flag Officer, Gibraltar in 1987, Flag Officer, Surface Flotilla and Commander Anti-Submarine Warfare Striking Force Atlantic in 1990 and Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff (Commitments) in 1992 before retiring in 1995.
In 1966, he married Ann Jennifer Mason; they had two sons and one daughter.
Sir Kenneth Hayr
|Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff (Commitments)
Sir Alexander Harley