List of deputy lieutenants of Wiltshire

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This is a list of deputy lieutenants of Wiltshire.

Unlike the appointment of High Sheriff, which is for one year, the term of office of a Deputy Lieutenant normally lasts until they reach the age of 75.

The Wiltshire Lieutenancy has an establishment of up to 36 deputy lieutenants. They are chosen to reflect a wide range of interests and backgrounds, and can be appointed at any age but tend to be aged over 60; they are normally expected to serve for at least five years before they must retire on reaching the age of 75. Deputy lieutenants can be appointed for a set period of time, but this approach has never been adopted in Wiltshire.

New deputy lieutenants are nominated by the Lord Lieutenant and follow a formal process to confirm their appointment. The Lord-Lieutenant is not obliged to appoint a new Deputy Lieutenant immediately after a current Deputy Lieutenant retires and thus may hold several vacancies.

Retired deputy lieutenants can continue to use the post-nominal letters 'DL' after the date of their retirement.

16th century appointments[edit]

17th century appointments[edit]

18th century appointments[edit]

  • John Baskerville, of Turleigh, Bradford-on-Avon (died 1800)

19th century appointments[edit]

Caricature of Lord Arthur Somerset DL, 1887

20th century appointments[edit]

1946 appointments[edit]

1968 appointments[edit]

1974 appointments[edit]

1978 appointments[edit]

  • Sir Maurice Henry Dorman GCMG GCVO, The Old Manor, Overton, Marlborough (1912–1993)
  • Dr Timothy Kindersley Maurice, 10 Kingsbury Street, Marlborough
  • Lieutenant-Colonel John Godfrey Jeans, Chalke Pyt House, Broadchalke, Salisbury
  • Lieutenant (Honorary Captain) Richard Flower Stratton, Kingston Deverill, Warminster
  • Rear-Admiral Harry Desmond Nixon, Ashley Cottage, Ashley, Box, Corsham
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Hugh Antrobus, Wootton House, Wootton Rivers, Marlborough

1979 appointments[edit]

1983 appointments[edit]

1990 appointments[edit]

1993 appointments[edit]

The 19th Duke of Somerset

1996 appointments[edit]

1997 appointments[edit]

  • Lady Margaret Josephine Benson, O.B.E., Pauls Dene House, Salisbury[17]
  • Major-General Patrick Guy Brooking, C.B., C.M.G., M.B.E., Downlands House, Stonehenge Road, Amesbury[17]
  • Mr David John Randolph, West Foscote Farm, Grittleton, Chippenham MBE.,JP.,[17]
  • Mr Eric Walker, 2 Penfold Gardens, Old Town, Swindon [17]

1998 appointments[edit]

  • Mr John Barnard Bush (born 1937), Fullingbridge Farm, Heywood, Westbury[18]
  • Mr Charles Giles Clarke, Holt Manor, Holt[18]
  • Mrs Anna Ruth Grange, Thornhill Farm, Malmesbury[18]
  • Mr Patrick John Wintour, Weavers House, Bromham, Chippenham[18]

1999 appointments[edit]

  • Brigadier Arthur Gooch, Manor Farm, Chitterne[19]
  • Mrs Christine Cooke, JP, Church Hill House, Donhead St Mary[19]
  • Mrs Susan Eliot-Cohen, Hilldrop Farm, Ramsbury[19]
  • Lady Hawley, Little Cheverell House, Little Cheverell[19]
  • Peter Manser, Chisenbury Priory, East Chisenbury[19]

2000 appointments[edit]

2002 appointments[edit]

2003 appointments[edit]

2004 appointments[edit]

2006 appointments[edit]

2007 appointments[edit]

2009 appointments[edit]

  • Sir Michael Edward Pitt, Garden Cottage, Foxley, Malmesbury[27]
  • The Hon. Peter John Pleydell-Bouverie, Newcourt, Downton, Salisbury[27]
  • Mrs Margaret Madeline Wilks, Box Cottage, North Newnton, Pewsey[28]

2011 appointments[edit]

2013 appointments[edit]

2015 appointments[edit]

2016 appointments[edit]

2018 appointments[edit]

  • District Judge Simon Nicholas Cooper
  • Deepak Gupta
  • Shirley Kathleen Ludford
  • Victoria Jane Nye[34]

2019 appointments[edit]

  • Mrs Amanda Judith Burnside
  • Air Vice-Marshal David Cyril Couzens
  • The Marchioness of Lansdowne[35]

2021 appointments[edit]

References[edit]

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  8. ^ Bulletins and Other State Intelligence (1853), p. 1225
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  10. ^ a b c d e f Commissions dated 1 February 1968, London Gazette Issue 44520, 6 February 1968, p. 1489 online
  11. ^ London Gazette Issue 46372 published 14 October 1974, p. 8949
  12. ^ a b London Gazette Issue 49236 published 17 January 1983, p. 693
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  16. ^ a b London Gazette, 22 July 1996, page 9843 (Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Wiltshire on 12 July 1996)
  17. ^ a b c d London Gazette, 14 February 1997, page 1925 (Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Wiltshire on 3 February 1997)
  18. ^ a b c d London Gazette, 10 July 1998, page 7540 (Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Wiltshire on 1 July 1998)
  19. ^ a b c d e London Gazette, 19 November 1999, page 12350 (Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Wiltshire on 9 November 1999)
  20. ^ a b London Gazette, 24 November 2000, page 13274 (Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Wiltshire on 9 November 2000)
  21. ^ a b London Gazette, Issue 56782 of 13 December 2002, page 15176 online
  22. ^ a b c London Gazette, Issue 57113 of 14 November 2003, page 14106 online
  23. ^ a b c London Gazette, Issue 57445 of 22 October 2004, page 13359 online
  24. ^ a b c d e London Gazette, Issue 57993 of 26 May 2006, page 7299 online
  25. ^ a b London Gazette, Issue 58465 of 28 September 2007, page 14062 online
  26. ^ London Gazette, Issue 58465 of 28 September 2007, page 14062 online
  27. ^ a b London Gazette, Issue 58979 of 13 February 2009, page 2575 online
  28. ^ London Gazette, Issue 59196 of 25 September 2009, page 16519 online
  29. ^ a b c d 'New deputies for Wiltshire' in Gazette and Herald dated 2 June 2011 at gazetteandherald.co.uk
  30. ^ "Deputy Lieutenant Commissions". London Gazette. 28 April 2011. Retrieved 3 June 2021.
  31. ^ Deputy Lieutenant Commissions Lieutenancy of Wiltshire at thegazette.co.uk, dated 4 February 2013, accessed 7 August 2016
  32. ^ Deputy Lieutenant Commissions Lieutenancy of Wiltshire at thegazette.co.uk, dated 20 February 2015, accessed 7 August 2016
  33. ^ Deputy Lieutenant Commissions Lieutenancy of Wiltshire at thegazette.co.uk, dated 23 September 2016, accessed 12 March 2019
  34. ^ Deputy Lieutenant Commissions: Lieutenancy of Wiltshire dated 14 March 2018 in The London Gazette accessed 29 December 2018
  35. ^ Deputy Lieutenant Commissions: Lieutenancy of Wiltshire dated 23 September 2019 in The London Gazette accessed 27 April 2020
  36. ^ Robertson, Kirsten (14 August 2021). "New Deputy Lieutenants announced for Wiltshire". The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald. Retrieved 17 August 2021.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)

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