Vice-Chamberlain of the Household

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Charles Spencer, 6th Earl Spencer; Vice-Chamberlain of the Household 1892–1895

The Vice-Chamberlain of the Household is usually a senior government whip in the British House of Commons ranking third or fourth after the Chief Whip and the Deputy Chief Whip and is an officer of the Royal Household of the Sovereign of the United Kingdom. He or she is the Deputy to the Lord Chamberlain of the Household. The Vice-Chamberlain's main role is to compile a daily private report to the Sovereign on proceedings in the House of Commons commensurate with the advice at private meetings with the Prime Minister the Sovereign is willing, within reason, to provide.

The Vice-Chamberlain's duties as a member of the Royal Household have been largely redundant since the early 19th century. Two ceremonial exceptions remain:

  • The Vice-Chamberlain accompanies the Sovereign and Royal Household at certain diplomatic and social events, particularly the annual garden party at Buckingham Palace.
  • When the Sovereign goes in procession to Westminster for the State opening of Parliament, the Vice-Chamberlain stays (officially "held captive") at Buckingham Palace. This custom began with the Restoration (1660), because of the previous Vice-Chamberlain's role in the beheading of Charles I.

Notable holders of the office include Sir George Carteret, Lord Hervey, the Earl of Harrington, the Earl Spencer, Michael Stewart and Bernard Weatherill.

List of Vice-Chamberlains of the Household[edit]

Name Entered office Left office Notes Reference
Sir Charles Somerset 1501 Unknown Lord Chamberlain from 1509; created The Lord Herbert in 1504 and The Earl of Worcester in 1514 [1]
Sir Robert Wingfield 1521 Unknown [2]
The Lord Sandys Unknown 1526 Became Lord Chamberlain [3]
Sir John Gage 1526 1533 Lord Chamberlain from 1553 [4]
Sir William Kingston 1536 1539
Sir Anthony Wingfield 1539 1550 [5]
Sir Thomas D'Arcy 1550 1551 Became Lord Chamberlain; created The Lord Darcy of Chiche in 1551 [6]
Sir John Gates 1551 Unknown [7]
Sir Henry Jerningham 1553 1557 [8]
Sir Henry Bedingfeld 1557 1558 [9]
Sir Edward Rogers 1558 1559 [10]
Sir Francis Knollys 1559 Unknown [11]
Sir Christopher Hatton 1577 1587 [12]
Sir Thomas Heneage 1587 1595 [13]
Sir John Stanhope, from 1605 The Lord Stanhope 1601 1616 [14]
Sir John Digby, from 1618 The Lord Digby and from 1622 The Earl of Bristol 1616 1625 [15]
Sir Dudley Carleton 1625 1626 Created The Lord Carleton in 1626 and The Viscount Dorchester in 1628
Sir Humphrey May 1626 1630 [16]
Sir Thomas Jermyn (Charles I)
The Lord Goring 1639 1644 Created The Earl of Norwich in 1644 [17]
Vacant
Sir George Carteret, 1st Baronet 1660 1680 Notionally held the office from 1647 [18][19]
Henry Savile 1680 1687 [19]
James Porter 1687 1689 [19]
Sir John Lowther, Bt 1689 1694 Created The Viscount Lonsdale in 1679 [19]
Hon. Peregrine Bertie 1694 1706 [19]
Thomas Coke 1706 1727 [19]
William Stanhope 1727 1730 Created The Lord Harrington in 1730 and The Earl of Harrington in 1742 [19]
The Lord Hervey 1730 1740 Became Lord Privy Seal [19]
Lord Sidney Beauclerk 1740 1742 [19]
Hon. William Finch 1742 1765 [19]
Viscount Villiers 1765 1770 Succeeded as The Earl of Jersey in 1769 [19]
Thomas Robinson, from 1770 The Lord Grantham 1770 1771 [19]
Viscount Hinchingbrooke 1771 1782 Succeeded as The Earl of Sandwich in 1792 [19]
Viscount Chewton 1782 1784 Succeeded as The Earl Waldegrave in 1784 [19]
Lord Herbert 1784 1794 Succeeded as The Earl of Pembroke in 1794 [19]
Hon. Charles Francis Greville 1794 1804 or 1809 [19][20]
Lord John Thynne 1804 or 1809 1812 Succeeded as The Lord Carteret in 1838 [19]
Earl of Yarmouth 1812 1812 Succeeded as The Marquess of Hertford in 1822 [19]
Viscount Jocelyn, from 1820 The Earl of Roden 1812 1821 [19]
Marquess of Graham 1821 1827 Succeeded as The Duke of Montrose in 1836 [19]
Sir Samuel Hulse 1827 1830 [19]
Earl of Belfast 1830 1834 First period in office; succeeded as The Marquess of Donegall in 1844 [19]
Viscount Castlereagh 1834 1835 Succeeded as The Marquess of Londonderry in 1854 [19]
Lord Charles FitzRoy 1835 1838 [19]
Earl of Belfast 1838 1841 Second period in office; succeeded as The Marquess of Donegall in 1844 [21]
Lord Ernest Bruce 1841 1846 First period in office; succeeded as The Marquess of Ailesbury in 1878 [22]
Lord Edward Howard 1846 1852 Created The Lord Howard of Glossop in 1869 [23]
Viscount Newport 1852 1852 First period in office; Lord Chamberlain from 1866; succeeded as The Earl of Bradford in 1865 [24]
Lord Ernest Brudenell-Bruce 1852 1858 Second period in office; succeeded as The Marquess of Ailesbury in 1878 [25]
Viscount Newport 1858 1859 Second period in office; Lord Chamberlain from 1866; succeeded as The Earl of Bradford in 1865 [26]
Viscount Castlerosse 1859 1866 First period in office; succeeded as The Earl of Kenmare in 1871 [27]
Lord Claud Hamilton 1866 1868 [28]
Viscount Castlerosse, from 1871 The Earl of Kenmare 1868 1872 Second period in office; Lord Chamberlain from 1880 [29]
Lord Richard Grosvenor 1872 1874 Created The Lord Stalbridge in 1886 [30]
The Viscount Barrington 1874 1880 [31]
Lord Charles Bruce 1880 1885 [32]
Viscount Lewisham 1885 1886 First period in office; succeeded as The Earl of Dartmouth in 1881 [33]
Viscount Kilcoursie 1886 1886 Succeeded as The Earl of Cavan in 1887 [34]
Viscount Lewisham, from 1891 The Earl of Dartmouth 1886 1891 Second period in office [35]
Lord Burghley 1891 1892 Succeeded as The Marquess of Exeter in 1895 [36]
Hon. Charles Spencer 1892 1895 [37]
Hon. Ailwyn Fellowes 1895 1900 Created The Lord Ailwyn in 1921 [38]
Sir Alexander Acland-Hood, Bt 1900 1902 Created The Lord St Audries in 1911 [39]
The Lord Wolverton 1902 1905 [40]
Wentworth Beaumont, from 1907 The Lord Allendale 1905 1907 Created The Viscount Allendale in 1911 [41]
John Fuller, from 1910 Sir John, 1st Baronet 1907 1911 [42]
Hon. Geoffrey Howard 1911 1915 [43]
Cecil Beck 1915 1917 [44]
William Dudley Ward 1917 1922 [45]
Douglas Hacking 1922 1924 First period in office; created The Lord Hacking in 1945 [46]
John Davison 1924 1924 [47]
Douglas Hacking 1924 1925 Second period in office; created The Lord Hacking in 1945 [48]
George Hennessy, from 1927 Sir George, 1st Baronet 1925 1928 Became Treasurer of the Household; created The Lord Windlesham in 1937 [49]
Frederick Thomson, from 1929 Sir Frederick, 1st Baronet 1928 1929 First period in office [50]
Jack Hayes 1929 1931 [51]
Sir Frederick Thomson, Bt 1931 1931 Second period in office [52]
Sir George Penny 1931 1932 Became Comptroller of the Household; created The Viscount Marchwood in 1945 [53]
Sir Victor Warrender, Bt 1932 1935 Became Comptroller of the Household; created The Lord Bruntisfield in 1942 [54]
Sir Lambert Ward, 1st Baronet 1935 1935 Became Comptroller of the Household [55]
George Davies, from 1936 Sir George 1935 1936 Became Comptroller of the Household [56]
Hon. Arthur Hope 1937 1937 Became Treasurer of the Household; succeeded as The Lord Rankeillour in 1949 [57]
Ronald Cross 1937 1938 [58]
Robert Grimston 1938 1939 Became Treasurer of the Household; created The Lord Grimston of Westbury in 1952 [59]
James Edmondson 1939 1942 Became Treasurer of the Household [60]
William Boulton, from 1944 Sir William, 1st Baronet 1942 1944 [61]
Arthur Young 1944 1945 [62]
Julian Snow 1945 1946 Created The Lord Burntwood in 1970 [63]
Michael Stewart 1946 1947 Created The Lord Stewart of Fulham in 1979 [64]
Ernest Popplewell 1947 1951 Created The Lord Popplewell in 1966 [65]
Henry Studholme 1951 1956 [66]
Richard Thompson 1956 1957 [67]
Hon. Peter Legh 1957 1959 Became Treasurer of the Household; succeeded as The Lord Newton in 1960 [68]
Edward Wakefield 1959 1960 Became Treasurer of the Household [69]
Richard Brooman-White 1960 1960 [70]
Graeme Finlay 1960 1964 [71]
William Whitlock 1964 1966 [72]
Jack McCann 1966 1967 [73]
Charles Morris 1967 1969 Became Treasurer of the Household [74]
Alan Fitch 1969 1970 [75]
Jasper More 1970 1971 [76]
Bernard Weatherill 1971 1972 Became Comptroller of the Household; created The Lord Weatherill in 1992 [77]
Walter Clegg 1972 1973 Became Comptroller of the Household [78]
Paul Hawkins 1973 1974 [79]
Don Concannon 1974 1974 [80]
James Hamilton 1974 1978 Became Comptroller of the Household [81]
Donald Coleman 1978 1979 [82]
Hon. Anthony Berry 1979 1981 Became Comptroller of the Household [83]
Carol Mather 1981 1983 Became Comptroller of the Household [84]
Robert Boscawen 1983 1986 Became Comptroller of the Household [85]
Tristan Garel-Jones 1986 1988 Became Comptroller of the Household; created The Lord Garel-Jones in 1997 [86]
Michael Neubert 1988 1988 [87]
Tony Durant 1988 1990 [88]
David Lightbown 1990 1990 Became Comptroller of the Household [89]
John Mark Taylor 1990 1992 [90]
Sydney Chapman 1992 1995 [91]
Timothy Kirkhope 1995 1996 [92]
Andrew MacKay 1996 1996
Derek Conway 1996 1997
Janet Anderson 1997 1998
Graham Allen 1998 2001
Gerry Sutcliffe 2001 2003
Jim Fitzpatrick 2003 2005
John Heppell 2005 2007
Liz Blackman 2007 2008 [93]
Claire Ward 2008 2009 [94]
Helen Jones 2009 2010 [95]
Mark Francois 2010 2012
Greg Knight 2012 2013 Previously Treasurer of the Household 1993-96
Desmond Swayne 2013 2014
Anne Milton 2014


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