Charles Maclean, Baron Maclean
The Lord Maclean
|27th Clan Chief|
7th Baron Maclean
|Preceded by||Sir Fitzroy Maclean, 10th Baronet, grandfather|
|Succeeded by||Sir Lachlan Hector Charles Maclean, son|
Charles Hector Fitzroy Maclean
5 May 1916
|Died||8 February 1990 (aged 73)|
Hampton Court Palace
|Children||Sir Lachlan Hector Charles Maclean|
|Parents||Hector Fitzroy Maclean|
Winifred Joan Wilding
|Residence||Duart Castle on the Isle of Mull|
Charles Hector Fitzroy Maclean, Baron Maclean, KT, GCVO, KBE, PC (5 May 1916 – 8 February 1990) was Lord Chamberlain to Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom from 1971 to 1984. He became the 27th Clan Chief of Clan Maclean of Duart in 1936 at the death of his grandfather.
He was born on 5 May 1916 to Major Hector Fitzroy Maclean (1873–1932) and Winifred Joan Wilding (c1875-1941), daughter of J. H. Wilding.
- Lachlan Hector Charles Maclean (b. 1942); married with issue, including the heir to the baronetcy
- Hon. Janet Elizabeth Maclean (b. 1944); married with issue
He saw active service in World War II while serving in the 3rd Battalion Scots Guards. He fought in France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany. After the war ended he became a sheep and cattle farmer in Scotland. He was Lord Lieutenant of Argyllshire from 1954 to 1975
Maclean was the Chief Scout of The Scout Association in the UK between 1959 and 1971, and continued as Chief Scout of the Commonwealth until August 1975. In 1967, he was awarded the Bronze Wolf, the only distinction of the World Organization of the Scout Movement, awarded by the World Scout Committee for exceptional services to world Scouting.
He was created a life peer as Baron Maclean, of Duart and Morven in the County of Argyll in 1971. His first ceremonial assignment as Lord Chamberlain was the 1972 funeral of the Duke of Windsor. He was Lord High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in 1984 and 1985.
- Brigadier, Queen's Body Guard for Scotland (Royal Company of Archers)
- Knight Commander, Order of the British Empire (1967)
- Knight, Order of the Thistle (1969)
- Lord Chamberlain to Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom (1971)
- Knight of the Grand Cross, Royal Victorian Order (1971)
- Created a Life Peer as Baron Maclean, of Duart and Morvern in the County of Argyll (1971)
- Lord in Waiting upon retiring as Lord Chamberlain (1984)
- Royal Victorian Chain (1984)
- Chief Steward of Hampton Court Palace (1985)
|Ancestors of Charles Maclean, Baron Maclean|
- "Lord Maclean, 73, Aide to Queen; Organized 1981 Royal Wedding". Associated Press in The New York Times. 10 February 1990. Retrieved 2009-03-01.
Lord Maclean, the former chief official of Queen Elizabeth II's household and organizer of the 1981 wedding of the Prince of Wales, died on Thursday, his family announced today. He was 73 years old. Lord Maclean died at Hampton Court Palace, a former royal residence in London, where he was chief steward since 1985. The announcement gave no cause of death.
- "Lord Charles Hector Fitzroy Maclean, Baron Maclean, K.T., G.C.V.O., K.B.E." macleanclan.com. Archived from the original on 22 April 2010. Retrieved 1 March 2009.
Born in 1916, Sir Charles Hector Fitzroy Maclean succeeded as the twentyseventh Chief of the Clan Maclean and 11th hereditary Baronet of Morvern in 1936. A respected leader and public servant, Lord Maclean was ever committed to the preparing future generations for service.
- "Sir Fitzroy Maclean". 23 November 1936. Retrieved 2009-03-06.
Sir Fitzroy Donald Maclean, Bt., who died yesterday at Duart Castle, Isle of Mull, at the age of 101, Chief of his Clan and a Crimean veteran, was one of the best known of the "grand old men" of Scotland. ... He married in 1872 Constance Marianne, daughter of Mr. G.H.Ackers, of Moreton Hall, Cheshire. She died in 1920, leaving two sons and one daughter, the wife of Brigadier F.W.Bullock-Marsham. Sir Fitzroy's elder son, Major Hector Fitzroy Maclean, Scots Guards, who married Winifred Joan, daughter of Mr.J.H.Wilding, died in 1932, and he is succeeded by his grandson, Charles Hector Fitzroy, born in 1916.
- Burke's Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage: 107th Edition. Burke's Peerage. 2003. p. 2525.
- "Meet the Chiefs" (PDF). The Scout Information Centre. October 2004. Archived from the original (PDF) on 31 October 2007. Retrieved 8 December 2007.
- "No. 44210". The London Gazette (Supplement). 1 January 1967. p. 10.
- "No. 44794". The London Gazette. 21 February 1969. p. 1995.
- "No. 45536". The London Gazette. 3 December 1971. p. 13243.
- "No. 45301". The London Gazette. 11 February 1971. p. 1289.
- "No. 49955". The London Gazette. 11 December 1984. p. 16769.
The Lord Cobbold
| Lord Chamberlain
The Earl of Airlie
Sir Bruce Atta Campbell
| Lord Lieutenant of Argyllshire
|Replaced by office of|
Lord Lieutenant of Argyll and Bute
|New title|| Lord Lieutenant of Argyll and Bute
The Marquess of Bute
Sir John Gilmour
| Lord High Commissioner to the General
Assembly of the Church of Scotland
The Viscount of Arbuthnott
|The Boy Scouts Association|
The Lord Rowallan
| Chief Scout of the United Kingdom
and Overseas Territories
Sir William Gladstone
| Chief Scout of the British Commonwealth
|Baronetage of Nova Scotia|
Sir Fitzroy Donald Maclean
(of Duart and Morvern)
Sir Lachlan Hector Charles Maclean