Household of Queen Elizabeth II

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The Royal Households of the United Kingdom consists of royal officials and the supporting staff of the British Royal Family, as well as the Royal Household which supports the Sovereign. Each member of the Royal Family who undertakes public duties has their own separate household. When Elizabeth II succeeded her father George VI as sovereign of the United Kingdom, she appointed a new household.

The information below is an incomplete list of the senior officers of the Royal Household. For all those appointed on 5 August 1952, the source is: London Gazette, 1 August 1952 (issue 39616), pp. 4197–4202.

Where the names of offices are linked to other articles,lists of subsequent incumbents will generally be found.

Contents

Great officers of the Household[edit]

Lord Chamberlain[edit]

5 August 1952: The Right Honourable George Herbert Hyde Villiers, 6th Earl of Clarendon, KG, GCMG, GCVO, LLD

Vice Chamberlain[edit]

5 August 1952: Henry Gray Studholme, Esquire, MP 2016: Julian Smith

Lord Steward[edit]

5 August 1952: His Grace Douglas Douglas-Hamilton, 14th Duke of Hamilton and Brandon, KT, GCVO, AFC, LLD

Treasurer of the Household[edit]

5 August 1952: Cedric Drewe, Esquire, MP

Comptroller of the Household[edit]

5 August 1952: Roger John Edward Conant, Esquire, MP

Master of the Horse[edit]

5 August 1952: His Grace Henry Hugh Arthur Fitzroy Somerset, 10th Duke of Beaufort, KG, GCVO

Private Secretary's Office[edit]

Private Secretary to the Sovereign[edit]

5 August 1952: The Right Honourable Sir Alan Frederick Lascelles, GCVO, KCB, CMG, MC

Assistant Private Secretaries[edit]

Press Secretary[edit]

5 August 1952: Commander (S) Richard Colville, MVO, DSC, RN

Privy Purse and Treasurer's Office[edit]

Keeper of the Privy Purse and Treasurer to The Queen[edit]

5 August 1952: The Right Honourable Sir James Ulick Francis Canning Alexander, GCVO, KCB, CMG, OBE

Deputy Treasurer to The Queen and Secretary of the Privy Purse[edit]

5 August 1952: Commander (S) Sir Dudley Colles, KCVO, OBE, RN

Assistant Keeper of the Privy Purse[edit]

5 August 1952: Brigadier The Right Honourable Charles George Vivian, Baron Tryon, DSO

Almonry[edit]

High Almoner[edit]

5 August 1952: The Right Reverend Edward Sydney Woods, DD, Lord Bishop of Lichfield

Sub-Almoner[edit]

5 August 1952: The Reverend Maurice Frederic Foxell, MVO, MA

Pages of Honour[edit]

  • 5 August 1952: Henry Charles Seymour, Esquire
  • 5 August 1952: Michael Anson, Esquire
  • 5 August 1952: Jonathan Sidney Peel, Esquire
  • 5 August 1952: The Right Honourable Henry George Victor John, Earl of Erne

Lord Chamberlain's Office[edit]

Comptroller, Lord Chamberlain's Office[edit]

5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Terence Edmund Gascoigne Nugent, GCVO, MC

Assistant Comptroller, Lord Chamberlain's Office[edit]

5 August 1952: Brigadier Sir Norman Wilmshurst Gwatkin, KCVO, DSO

Royal Mews Department[edit]

Crown Equerry[edit]

5 August 1952: Colonel Sir Dermot McMorrough Kavanagh, KCVO

Marshal of the Diplomatic Corps[edit]

5 August 1952: Major-General Arthur Guy Salisbury-Jones, CMG, CBE, MC

Vice-Marshal of the Diplomatic Corps[edit]

5 August 1952: Marcus John Cheke, Esquire, CVO

Assistant Marshal of the Diplomatic Corps[edit]

5 August 1952: Captain Sir John Lindsay Dashwood, Bt, CVO

The Master of the Household's Department[edit]

Master of the Household[edit]

  • 5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel the Honourable Sir Piers Walter Legh, GCVO, CMG, CIE, OBE

Lords in Waiting[edit]

Equerries[edit]

Equerries[edit]

Temporary Equerries[edit]

Extra Equerries[edit]

Gentlemen Ushers[edit]

  • 5 August 1952: Captain Humphrey Clifford Lloyd, MVO, MC
  • 5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Valentine Bache de Satge, CMG, CVO, DSO
  • 5 August 1952: Rear-Admiral Sir Arthur Bromley, KCMG, CVO
  • 5 August 1952: Colonel Geoffrey Ronald Codrington, CB, CMG, CVO, DSO, OBE, TD
  • 5 August 1952: Captain William Duncan Phipps, MVO, RN
  • 5 August 1952: Captain (S) Sir Frank Todd Spickernell, KBE, CB, DSO, RN
  • 5 August 1952: Captain Philip Lloyd Neville, RN
  • 5 August 1952: Brigadier Guy Elland Carne Rasch, CVO, DSO
  • 5 August 1952: Air Vice-Marshal Sir George Ranald Macfarlane Reid, KCB, DSO, MC

Extra Gentlemen Ushers[edit]

  • 5 August 1952: Major Gerald Montagu Augustus Ellis
  • 5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Arthur D'Arcy
  • 5 August 1952: Gordon Bannerman, Bt, KCVO, CIE
  • 5 August 1952: Group Captain Sir Louis Greig, KBE, CVO
  • 5 August 1952: Major the Honourable John Spencer Coke, CVO
  • 5 August 1952: Captain Charles Alexander Lindsay Irvine, CVO, OBE
  • 5 August 1952: Sir John Hanbury-Williams
  • 5 August 1952: Sir John Berkeley Monck, GCVO, CMG
  • 5 August 1952: Sir Algar Henry Stafford Howard, KCB, KCVO, MC, TD
  • 5 August 1952: Captain Andrew Vavasour Scott Yates, RN
  • 5 August 1952: Major Thomas Cockayne Harvey, CVO, DSO
  • 5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick Edward Packe, CVO, OBE

Gentleman Usher to the Sword of State[edit]

5 August 1952: Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Sheridan Barratt, KCB, CMG, MC

Ecclesiastical Household[edit]

College of Chaplains[edit]

Clerk of the Closet[edit]

5 August 1952: The Right Reverend Percy Mark Herbert, DD, Lord Bishop of Norwich.

Deputy Clerk of the Closet[edit]

5 August 1952: The Reverend Maurice Frederic Foxell, MVO, MA

Chaplains[edit]

Chapels Royal[edit]

Dean[edit]

5 August 1952: The Right Reverend and Right Honourable John William Charles Wand, DD, Lord Bishop of London.

Sub-Dean[edit]

5 August 1952: The Reverend Maurice Frederic Foxell, MVO, MA

Priests[edit]

  • 5 August 1952: The Reverend Cyril Moxon Armitage, MVO, MA
  • 5 August 1952: The Reverend Erik Francis Donne, MA
  • 5 August 1952: The Reverend George Ernest Sage, MA

Deputy-Priests[edit]

  • 5 August 1952: The Reverend Michael Ridley, MA
  • 5 August 1952: The Reverend Canon Anthony Lewis Elliott Williams, MA
  • 5 August 1952: The Reverend Cyril Theodore Henry Dams, MA

Honorary Priest[edit]

5 August 1952: The Reverend Trevitt Reginald Hine-Haycock, MVO, MA

Organist, Choirmaster and Composer at Her Majesty's Chapels Royal[edit]

5 August 1952: Edgar Stanley Roper, Esquire, CVO, MusD

Domestic Chaplains[edit]

  • 5 August 1952: The Reverend Maurice Frederic Foxell, MVO, MA (Buckingham Palace)
  • 5 August 1952: The Right Reverend Eric Knightley Chetwode Hamilton, MA, Dean of Windsor (Windsor Castle)
  • 5 August 1952: The Reverend Hector David Anderson, MVO, BD (Sandringham)

Chaplain, Royal Chapel, Windsor Great Park[edit]

5 August 1952: The Reverend Peter Llewellyn Gillingham, MA

Chaplain, Hampton Court Palace[edit]

5 August 1952: The Reverend Prebendary Herbert Harris, MA

Organist, Hampton Court Palace[edit]

5 August 1952: William James Phillips, Esquire, Mus.Doc.

Chaplains in Scotland[edit]

Domestic Chaplain[edit]

5 August 1952: The Reverend John Lamb, CVO, BD (Balmoral).

Medical Household[edit]

Physicians[edit]

Physicians to the Household[edit]

Physician-Paediatrician[edit]

Extra Physicians[edit]

Sergeant-Surgeon[edit]

Surgeons[edit]

  • 5 August 1952: Professor Sir James Paterson Ross, KCVO, MS, FRCS (retired 17 March 1964).[34]
  • 5 August 1952: Ralph Marnham, Esquire, MChir, FRCS (promoted 1 September 1967).[18]
  • 17 March 1964: Edward Grainger Muir, MS, FRCS (promoted 1 January 1972).[19][34]
  • January 1969: Edward George Tuckwell, MCh, FRCS (promoted 20 March 1973).[20][35]
  • December 1974: Hugh Evelyn Lockhart-Mummery, MC, MChir, FRCS, LRCP (also Surgeon to Her Majesty's Household; promoted 12 May 1975)[21][36]
  • 12 May 1975: William Willatt Slack, MCh, FRCS (promoted 29 April 1983).[21][22]
  • 29 April 1983: John Leonard Dawson, MS, FRSC (promoted 23 February 1990).[22][23]
  • Roger Vickers (promoted 4 January 2007).[30]
  • 4 January 2007: George Hamilton (promoted 25 July 2010).[30][33]

Surgeon to Her Majesty's Household[edit]

  • 17 March 1964: Edward George Tuckwell, MCh, FRCS[34]
  • January 1969: Hugh Evelyn Lockhart-Mummery, MD, MChir, FRCS, LRCP[35]
  • 12 May 1975: John Leonard Dawson, MS, MB, FRCS[21]
  • 29 April 1983: Barry Trevor Jackson, MS, FRCS[22]
  • 22 February 1991: Adam Anthony Murless Lewis, MB, FRCS[25]
  • Professor George Hamilton (promoted 4 January 2007).[30]
  • 4 January 2007: Satyajit Bhattacharya.[30]

Surgeon-Gynaecologist/Surgeon-Gynaecologist to the Queen[edit]

Surgeon-Gynaecologist to the Household[edit]

Extra Surgeons[edit]

Extra Manipulative Surgeon[edit]

Extra Surgeon-Apothecary[edit]

Surgeon-Oculist/Surgeon-Oculist to the Queen[edit]

Extra Orthopaedic Surgeon[edit]

Aurist[edit]

Surgeon-Dentist[edit]

Extra Physician to the Household[edit]

Surgeon-Oculist to the Household[edit]

  • 5 August 1952: Allen John Bridson Goldsmith, MB, BS, FRCS, LRCP (promoted 30 April 1965).[43]
  • 30 April 1965: Stephen James Hamilton Miller, MD, FRCS (promoted 27 November 1974).[43]
  • 27 November 1974: Patrick John Holmes Sellors, BM, BCh, FRCS (promoted 21 July 1980).[44][45]
  • 21 July 1980: Timothy John ffytche, FRCS, MRCS, LRCP, DO (promoted 3 February 1999).[45][46]
  • 3 February 1999: Jonathan David Jagger, MB, BS, FRCS, FRCOphth (promoted 7 March 2002).[46][47][49]
  • 1 January 2002: Veronica Mary Geneste Ferguson, LVO, MB, BS, FRCS, FRCOphth (incumbent).[52][53]

Extra Surgeon-Oculist to the Household[edit]

  • 5 August 1952: Frank Anderson Juler, CVO, MB, BCh, FRCS.
  • 30 April 1965: Sir Stewart Duke-Elder, GCVO, DSc, PhD, MD, LLD, FRCS, FRCP, FACS.[43]

Apothecary to the Household[edit]

Surgeon-Apothecary to the Household at Windsor[edit]

Extra Surgeon-Apothecary to the Household at Windsor[edit]

Surgeon-Apothecary to the Household at Sandringham[edit]

Medical Household in Scotland[edit]

Physicians[edit]

Surgeons[edit]

Surgeon-Oculist[edit]

  • 5 August 1952: John Marshall, Esquire, MC, TD, MB, ChB, F.R.F.P.S.G.

Surgeon-Dentist[edit]

  • 5 August 1952: Robert Charles Scott Dow Esquire, LRCP, LRCS, HDD, FDS.

Surgeon-Apothecary to the Household at Balmoral[edit]

  • 5 August 1952: George Proctor Middleton, Esquire, CVO, MB, ChB

Surgeon-Apothecary to the Household at the Palace of Holyroodhouse[edit]

Surgeon-Apothecaries/Apothecaries to HM Household at the Palace of Holyroodhouse

  • 1908 – 1922: Dr W.B. Alexander (1844 – 1922)
  • 1923 – 1929: Dr D.J. Graham (1871 – 1929
  • 1930: Dr W.M. Taylor (1872 – 1930
  • 1931 – 1951: Dr N.J. Carmichael (1883 – 1951
  • 1952 – 1970: Dr G. Brewster (1899 – 1991
  • 1970 – 1986: Dr D.G. Illingworth (1921 – 2010)
  • 1987 – 1990: Dr H.H. Gebbie (b. 1930)
  • 1991 – 2001: Dr J.J.C. Cormack (1934 – 2002)
  • 2001—: Prof. J.R. Robertson (b. 1951)
  • 2016—: Dr Robin Balfour (b. 1961)

Military establishment[edit]

Gentlemen-at-Arms[edit]

Captain[edit]

5 August 1952: Colonel the Right Honourable Hugh William, Earl Fortescue, KG, CB, OBE, MC

Lieutenant[edit]

5 August 1952: Brigadier-General Sir Robert Harvey Kearsley, KCVO, CMG, DSO

Clerk of the Cheque and Adjutant[edit]

5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel the Honourable Osbert Eustace Vesey, CMG, CBE.

Gentlemen of the Corps[edit]

  • 5 August 1952: Colonel Sir Edward Philip Le Breton.
  • 5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel Ughtred Elliott Carnegy Carnegy, DSO, MC
  • 5 August 1952: Brigadier Harold Vincent Spencer Charrington, DSO, MC
  • 5 August 1952: Major Sir Henry Lancelot Aubrey-Fletcher, Bt, DSO, MVO
  • 5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel William Wallace Smith Cuninghame, DSO
  • 5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel the Most Honourable James Arthur Norman, Marquess of Ormonde, MC
  • 5 August 1952: Colonel Bartle Mordaunt Marsham Edwards, M.C
  • 5 August 1952: Colonel Robert Henry Walsh, DSO, OBE, MC
  • 5 August 1952: Brigadier Lancelot Merivale Gibbs, CVO, DSO, MC
  • 5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel Rupert Trevor Wallace Glynn, MC
  • 5 August 1952: Colonel the Right Honourable Edward Kenelm, Baron Digby, DSO, MC, TD
  • 5 August 1952: Brigadier Henry Walter Houldsworth, DSO, MC, TD
  • 5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel John Forrester Colvin, OBE, MC
  • 5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel Kenneth Edward Previte, OBE
  • 5 August 1952: Brigadier Thomas Fairfax-Ross, MC, TD
  • 5 August 1952: Major-General William Augustus Fitzgerald Lane Fox-Pitt, DSO, MVO, MC
  • 5 August 1952: Brigadier John Norman Cheney, OBE
  • 5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel Francis Edgar Anthony Fulford.
  • 5 August 1952: Brigadier Sir Henry Robert Kincaid Floyd, Bt, CB, CBE.
  • 5 August 1952: Colonel Sir Robert Eric Sherlock Gooch, Bt, DSO
  • 5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel William Heathcoat Amory, DSO
  • 5 August 1952: Colonel Sir John Gawen Carew Pole, Bt, DSO, TD
  • 5 August 1952: Brigadier Robert Bramston Thesiger Daniell, DSO
  • 5 August 1952: Brigadier Anthony Hilton Pepys, DSO
  • 5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel Sir William Vivian Makins, Bt

Yeomen of the Guard[edit]

Captain[edit]

5 August 1952: The Right Honourable William Arthur Bampfylde, Earl of Onslow, MC, TD

Lieutenant[edit]

5 August 1952: Major-General Sir Allan Henry Shafto Adair, Bt, CB, DSO, MC

Clerk of the Cheque and Adjutant[edit]

5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel Ralph Charles Bingham, DSO

Ensign[edit]

5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel Victor Buller Turner, VC

Exons[edit]

5 August 1952: Brigadier William Greenwood Carr, DSO Lieutenant-Colonel Gerald Hugh Grosvenor, DSO

Other appointments[edit]

Groom in Waiting[edit]

Extra Groom in Waiting[edit]

Groom of the Robes[edit]

5 August 1952: Captain Sir Harold George Campbell, KCVO, DSO, RN

Parliament[edit]

Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod[edit]

5 August 1952: Lieutenant-General Sir Brian Gwynne Horrocks, KCB, KBE, DSO, MC

Sergeants-at-Arms[edit]

  • 5 August 1952: George Alfred Titman, Esquire, CBE, MVO
  • 5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Commander (S) Albert William Stone, MVO, MSM, RN
  • 5 August 1952: George Frederick Thomas Hopkins, Esquire, MVO, OBE, MC
  • - February 2018: Brian Stanley, Esq.

Sergeant-at-Arms, House of Lords[edit]

5 August 1952: Air Vice-Marshal Sir Paul Copeland Maltby, KBE, CB, DSO, AFC

Sergeant-at-Arms, House of Commons[edit]

5 August 1952: Brigadier Sir Charles Alfred Howard, KCVO, DSO

The Queen's Archives[edit]

Keeper[edit]

5 August 1952: The Right Honourable Sir Alan Frederick Lascelles, GCVO, KCB, CMG, MC

Librarian[edit]

5 August 1952: Sir Owen Frederick Morshead, KCVO, DSO, MC

Keeper of the Jewel House, Tower of London[edit]

5 August 1952: Major-General Hervey Degge Wilmot Sitwell, CB, MC

Surveyor of The Queen's Pictures[edit]

5 August 1952: Professor Anthony Frederick Blunt, CVO

Deputy Surveyor of The Queen's Pictures[edit]

5 August 1952: Oliver Nicholas Millar, Esquire, FSA

Surveyor of The Queen's Works of Art[edit]

5 August 1952: Sir James Gow Mann, MA, B.Litt., PSA

Master of the Queen's Music[edit]

5 August 1952: Sir Arnold Edward Trevor Bax, MusDoc

Poet Laureate[edit]

5 August 1952: John Masefield, Esquire, OM, LitTD, LLD

Honorary Veterinary Surgeons[edit]

Coroner of the Household[edit]

5 August 1952: Lieutenant-Colonel William Hilgrove Leslie McCarthy, DSO, MC, MD, MRCP

Captain of The Queen's Flight[edit]

5 August 1952: Air Commodore Sir Edward Hedley Fielden, KCVO, CB, DFC, AFC

Her Majesty's Representative at Ascot[edit]

5 August 1952: The Most Noble Bernard Marmaduke Fitzalan-Howard, 16th Duke of Norfolk, KG, GCVO

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