List of participants in the coronation processions of King George VI

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There were three processions during the coronation of King George VI. The first saw the King and Queen, members of the royal family, Prime Ministers of the Dominions and the representatives of foreign royalty proceed from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Abbey for the ceremony. Once in the Abbey, the second procession was an element of the ceremony in which court, clerical, governmental, and parliamentary officials from around the Commonwealth of Nations moved in a set order of precedence through the nave and choir and to their seats. After the Coronation, the King and Queen proceeded for the third and last time that day around London's streets as part of a large military parade. The lists below outline the processions forming part of the Coronation of King George VI.

Procession to the abbey[edit]

Participants Ref.
Members of the Royal Family
Lord Carnegie KCVO and Lady Carnegie [1]
Most Hon. The Marquess of Carisbrooke GCB GCVO and the Marchioness of Carisbrooke [1]
Earl of Macduff [1]
Captain Most Hon. The Marquess of Milford Haven GCVO and the Marchioness of Milford Haven [1]
Lady Tatiana Mountbatten [1]
Most Hon. The Marquess of Cambridge GCVO and the Marchioness of Cambridge [1]
Lord Frederick Cambridge and Lady Mary Cambridge [1]
Lady Helena Gibbs and Her Grace the Duchess of Beaufort [1]
Major Henry Abel Smith and Lady May Abel Smith [1]
Miss Patricia Mountbatten and Lady Louis Mountbatten [1]
Prime Ministers and Premiers
Rt. Hon. Stanley Baldwin, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and Mrs Baldwin
Followed by an escort of Metropolitan Mounted Police
[2]
Rt. Hon. W.L. MacKenzie King, CMG, Prime Minister of Canada
Followed by an escort of Royal Canadian Mounted Police
[2]
Rt. Hon. J.A. Lyons, CH, Prime Minister of Australia, and Mrs Lyons
Followed by an Australian Mounted Escort
[3]
Rt. Hon. M.J. Savage, Prime Minister of New Zealand
Followed by a New Zealand Mounted Escort
[3]
General Rt. Hon. J.B.M. Hertzog, Prime Minister of South Africa
Followed by a South African Mounted Escort
[3]
Sir Muhammad Zafarullah Khan (rep. India) and Dr. Ba Maw (rep. Burma)
Followed by an escort of Indian Cavalry
[3]
Hon. G.M. Huggins, FRCS, Prime Minister of Southern Rhodesia and Lady Huggins
Followed by a South Rhodesian Mounted Escort
[3]
Rt. Hon. The Viscount of Craigavon, Bt, Prime Minister of Northern Ireland, and the Viscountess of Craigavon
Followed by an Escort of Troopers, 5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards.
[3]
HH The Amir of Transjordan and HH The Sultan of Zanzibar
Followed by an Escort of Troopers, 16th/5th Lancers.
[3]
HH The Sultan of Johore and HH The Sultan of Terengganu
Followed by an Escort of Troopers, 16th/5th Lancers.
[3]
HH Yang Di-pertuan Besar of Negri Sembilan and HH The Sultan of Pahang
Followed by an Escort of Troopers, 16th/5th Lancers.
[3]
Royal Family
1st Division, Captain's Escort [4]
HRH The Princess Royal
HRH Princess Elizabeth
HRH Princess Margaret
Viscount Lascelles
[4]
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester
HRH The Duchess of Kent, Hon. Gerald Lascelles
[4]
Major-General HRH Prince Arthur of Connaught KG KT GCMG GCVO CB
HRH Princess Arthur of Connaught
HRH Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone
[4]
2nd Division, Captain's Escort [4]
Queen Mary
1st Division, Captain's Escort [4]
HM Queen Mary, HM The Queen of Norway [4]
2nd Division, Captain's Escort, with standard [4]
State Landau [4]
The King and Queen
Officer of the War Staff [4]
Four troopers, Life Guards [4]
Director-General of the TA and his staff officers [4]
The Officer Commanding the Detachments of Regiments of Yeomanry and Scouts, TA, and his staff officer [4]
Detachment of above [5]
Detachment of HAC [5]
Mounted Band, Royal Artillery [5]
Officer Commanding Detachment Roy. Art. And his staff officer [5]
Detachments of Royal Regiment of Artillery [5]
Band of 16th/5th Lancers [5]
Officer Commanding Cavalry Detachments and his staff officer [5]
Representative Detachments from Regiments of Cavalry of the Line [5]
K Battery, Royal Horse Artillery [5]
Band of The Royal Scots Greys [5]
The King's Indian Orderly Officers [5]
Aides-de-Camp, RAF [5]
Aides-de-Camp, KHP and KHS, TA [5]
Aides-de-Camp, KHP and KHS, Regular Army [5]
Aides-de-Camp, Naval and Marine [6]
General Officers Commanding-in-Chief and General Officer Commanding Northern Ireland District [6]
Field Marshals [6]
War Office Staff [6]
Air Council - Air Members [6]
Army Council - Military Members [6]
Board of Admiralty - Sea Lords [6]
The King's Escort of Officers form the Dominion Contingents [6]
The King's Escort of Officers form the Colonial Contingents [6]
The King's Marshalmen [6]
The King's Bodyguard of the Yeomen of the Guard [6]
The King's Bargemaster and Twelve Watermen [6]
The King's Escort of Indian Army Officers [6]
Massed Bands of the Household Cavalry [6]
1st Division, Sovereign's Escort [6]
2nd Division, Sovereign's Escort [6]
Honorary Aides-de-Camp to the King [7]
Chief Staff Officer for the Field Marshal Commanding; Chief Commissioner, Metropolitan Police Force [7]
Aide-de-Camp to the Chief Staff Officer to Field Marshal in Command of Troops
Aide-de-Camp to Field Marshal in Command of Troops
[7]
The King and Queen
Conveyed in the State Coach
Flanked by the Captain of the Escort and the Field of Officer of the Escort
Pulled by eight grey horses.
[7]
The Standard [7]
Field Marshal Commanding the Troops (Field Marshal The Earl of Cavan KP GCB GCMG GCVO GBE)
The Master of the Horse (The Duke of Beaufort KG GCVO)
[7]
Gold Stick in Waiting (Field Marshal Sir William R. Birdwood Bt GCB GCMG CIE DSO) [7]
The Field Officer in Brigade Waiting (Colonel G.E.C. Rasch CVO DSO)
Silver Stick in Waiting (Lieutenant-Colonel E.J.L. Speed MC)
[7]
Captain HRH The Duke of Kent KG KT GCMG GCVO ADC
Major-General HRH The Duke of Gloucester KG KT KP GCMG GCVO ADC
[7]
Colonel The Earl of Harewood KG GCVO DSO TD ADC
Commander Lord Louis Mountbatten GCVO ADC
Major-General The Earl of Athlone KG GCVO GCB GCMG GCVO DSO ADC
[7]
The 3 Principal Aides-de-Camp of the Armed Services [7]
Equerries in Waiting to the King [7]
Adjutant in Brigade Waiting
Silver Stick Adjutant
[7]
Staff Officers, London District [1]
Royal Grooms [1]
3rd Division, Sovereign's Escort [1]
Four State carriages [1]
4th Division, Sovereign's Escort [1]

Procession of the King and Queen in the Abbey[edit]

Office Person/Title Ref.
Chaplains
The Abbey Beadle C. Barnes [8]
Chaplains Rev. J. Stirton CVO [8]
Rev. A. Main [8]
Very Rev. Charles L. Warr (Dean of the Chapel Royal, Scotland) [8]
Very Rev. T.H. Masters CBE [8]
Rev. Canon C.E. Raven [8]
Rev. E.K. Talbot MC [8]
Rev. Canon B. Cunningham OBE [8]
Rev. F.I. Anderson CMG [8]
Rev. Canon T.G. Rogers MC [8]
Rev. Prebendary J.H.J. Ellison MVO [8]
Domestic Chaplains Rev. A.R. Fuller MVO [8]
Very Rev. Albert V. Baillie KCVO (Dean of Windsor) [8]
Rev. Prebendary L.J. Percival KCVO [8]
Representatives of the Free Churches
Chairman, Congregational Union of England and Wales Rev. E.J. Price [9]
Moderator, Presbyterian Church of England Rt. Rev. James Burns [9]
President, Baptist Union H.L. Taylor [9]
President, Methodist Conference Rev. C.E. Walters [9]
President, National Free Church Council Rev. J. Colville [9]
Moderator, Federal Council Rev. M.E. Aubrey [9]
Representatives of the Church of Scotland
Ex-Moderators, Church of Scotland Very Rev. Andrew N. Bogle [9]
Very Rev. John White CH [9]
Moderator, General Assembly Rt. Rev. Professor Daniel Lamont [9]
Dean and Prebendaries of Westminster
Prebendaries' Verger G. Rowling [9]
Cross of Westminster Rev. J. Perkins [9]
Prebendaries of Westminster Rev. Canon H. Costley-White [9]
Rev. Canon F.R. Barry DSO [9]
Ven. Archdeacon F.L. Donaldson [9]
Rev. Canon V.F. Storr [9]
Dean's Verger G.C. Drake [9]
Dean of Westminster Very Rev. W. Foxley Norris KCVO [9]
Officers of Arms
Bluemantle Pursuivant R.P. Graham-Vivian MC [9]
Portcullis Pursuivant A.R. Wagner [9]
Carrick Pursuivant Sir Alexander H. Seton Bt [9]
Falkland Pursuivant Lt-Col. J.W.B. Paul DSO [9]
Unicorn Pursuivant Maj. H.A.B. Lawson [9]
Officers of the Orders of Knighthood
Gentleman Usher of the Purple Rod Sir Frederic G. Kenyon GBE KCB [9]
King of Arms of the Order of the British Empire Admiral Sir Herbert L. Heath KCB MVO [9]
Gentleman Usher of the Blue Rod Admiral A. G. Hotham CB CMG [9]
Registrar of the Order of St Michael and St George Sir Harry F. Batterbee KCMG KCVO [9]
King of Arms of the Order of St Michael and St George Sir Frank A. Swettenham GCMG CH [9]
Secretary of the Order of St Michael and St George Sir John L. Maffey GCMG KCB KCVO CSI CIE [9]
Chancellor of the Order of St Michael and St George (p. 7047) The Marquess of Willingdon GCSI GCMG GCIE GBE
His page: Hon. John Knatchbull
[10]
Deputy Secretary of the Order of the Bath Maj. H.H.F. Stockley CVO OBE [10]
Gentleman Usher of the Scarlet Rod Air Vice-Marshal C.A.H. Longcroft CB CMG DSO AFC [10]
Registrar and Secretary of the Order of the Bath Admiral R.G.A.W. Stapleton-Cotton CB CBE MVO [10]
Bath King of Arms Gen. Sir Walter P. Braithwaite GCB [10]
Gentleman Usher of the Green Rod Brig.-Gen. Sir Robert G. Gilmour Bt CB CVO DSO [10]
Chancellor of the Order of the Thistle The Earl of Mar and Kellie KT
Page: Alistair R.H. Erskine
[10]
Secretary of the Order of the Garter F.H. Mitchell CVO CBE [10]
Standards
Albany Herald T. Innes [10]
Rothesay Herald Sir John M.N. MacLeod Bt [10]
Standard of the Empire of India Sir Firozkhan Noon [10]
Standard of the Union of South Africa C.T. te Water [10]
Standard of the Dominion of New Zealand W.J. Jordan [10]
Standard of the Commonwealth of Australia Rt. Hon. S.M. Bruce CH MC [10]
Standard of the Dominion of Canada Hon. Vincent Massey [10]
Union Standard F.S. Dymoke [10]
Standard of the Principality of Wales The Earl of Plymouth
Page: Viscount Windsor
[10]
Standards of the Quarterings of the Royal Arms The Earl of Granard KG GCVO
Page: Donald S. Erskine
[10]
The Earl of Derby KG GCB GCVO
Page: Hugh Stanley
[10]
H.J. Scrymgeour-Wedderburn [10]
The Royal Standard The Marquess of Cholmondeley
Page: Hon. Julian Fane
[11]
Royal Household
Vice-Chamberlain Maj. Sir George F. Davies [11]
Treasurer Sir George Penny Bt [11]
Comptroller Col. Sir Lambert Ward Bt DSO [11]
Keeper of the Jewel House Admiral Sir Lionel Halsey GCMG GCVO KCIE CB
Acting for Maj.-Gen. Sir George J. Younghusband KCMG KCIE CB
[11]
Rouge Croix Pursuivant P.W. Kerr [11]
Rouge Dragon Pursuivant E.N. Geijer MC [11]
Four knights of the Garter
(Appointed to hold the canopy for anointing)
The Earl Stanhope KG DSO MC
Page: Hon. Norton Knatchbull
[11]
The Earl of Lytton KG GCSI GCIE
Page: Hon. Matthew Ridley
[11]
The Duke of Abercorn KG KP
Page: Robert I. Kenyon-Slaney
[11]
The Marquess of Londonderry KG MVO
Page: Michael C. Stanley
[11]
Lord Chamberlain of the Household The Earl of Cromer GCB GCIE GCVO
Page: Viscount Melgund
[11]
Lord Steward of the Household The Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry GCVO
Page: David R.M. Stuart
[11]
Prime Ministers
Lord President of the Council Rt. Hon. J. Ramsay MacDonald [11]
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
First Lord of the Treasury
Rt. Hon. Stanley Baldwin [11]
Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Australia Rt. Hon. J.A. Lyons CH [11]
Prime Minister of the Dominion of Canada Rt. Hon. W.L. Mackenzie King CMG [11]
Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa Gen. Hon. J.B.M. Hertzog [11]
Prime Minister of the Dominion of New Zealand Rt. Hon. M.J. Savage [11]
Archbishops of Canterbury and York
Cross of York Rev. H.C. Warner [11]
Archbishop of York Most Rev. William Temple
Attendant: Rev. J. de Wolf Perry
[11]
Lord High Chancellor (p. 7049) The Viscount Hailsham
Purse-bearer: Hon. Quintin McGarel Hogg
Page: Peter Billinge
[12]
Cross of Canterbury Rev. A.C. Don [12]
Archbishop of Canterbury Most Rev. Cosmo Gordon Lang
Attendants: Rev. A. Sargent and Rev. L.C. Green-Wilkinson
[12]
The Queen, her regalia and household
Maltravers Herald Extraordinary Oswald Barron [12]
York Herald A.J. Toppin [12]
Windsor Herald A.T. Butler MC [12]
The Ivory Rod The Earl of Haddington MC
Page: Desmond O'Brien
[12]
The Lord Chamberlain of the Queen's Household The Earl of Airlie KCVO MC
Page: Lord Ogilvy
[12]
The Sceptre with the Cross The Duke of Rutland
Page: Lord Roger Manners
[12]
Sergeant at Arms G.D. Field MVO [12]
F.S. Osgood CBE MVO [12]
Harbinger, Gentlemen-at-Arms Brig.-Gen. Sir Frederick Gascoigne KCVO CMG DSO [12]
Clerk of the Cheque and Adjutant, Gentlemen-at-Arms Brig.-Gen. R.H. Kearsley CMG DSO [12]
Ten Gentlemen-at-Arms
The Bishop of Blackburn Rt. Rev. Percy M. Herbert [12]
The Bishop of St Albans Rt. Rev. Michael B. Furse [12]
The Queen
Her train borne by the Mistress of the Robes: the Dowager Duchess of Northumberland
Assisted by:
Lady Ursula Manners, Lady Diana Legge, Lady Margaret Cavendish-Bentinck
Lady Elizabeth Percy, Lady Elizabeth Paget and Lady Iris Mountbatten
The Duchess's Page: Lord Geoffrey Percy
[12]
Ladies of the Bedchamber The Viscountess Halifax [12]
The Countess Spencer [12]
The Lady Nunburnholme [12]
The Viscountess Hambleden [12]
Women of the Bedchamber (p. 7050) Lady Katherine Seymour [13]
Lady Helen Graham DCVO [13]
Hon. Mrs Geoffrey Bowlby CVO [13]
Lady Hyde [13]
Private Secretary to the Queen Capt. R.J. Streatfeild [13]
Treasurer to the Queen Rear-Admiral Sir Basil V. Brooke KCVO [13]
The King
Somerset Herald Hon. George Bellew MVO [13]
Lancaster Herald A.G.B. Russell MVO [13]
St Edward's Staff The Viscount Halifax KG GCSI GCIE
Page: Henry L. Middleton
[13]
Sceptre with the Cross The Duke of Somerset DSO OBE [13]
Golden Spurs The Lord Churston
Page: Hon. David Bethell
[13]
The Lord Hastings
Page: Frank S. Skelton
[13]
Third sword Marshal of the RAF The Viscount Trenchard GCB GCVO DSO
Page: Hon. Hugh Trenchard
[13]
Second sword Field Marshal The Lord Milne GCB GCMG DSO
Page: John C. Armitage
[13]
Curtana Admiral The Earl of Cork and Orrery GCB GCVO
Page: Viscount Boyle
[13]
Norroy King of Arms Maj. A.H.S. Howard CVO MC [13]
Ulster King of Arms Maj. Sir Nevile R. Wilkinson KCVO [13]
Clarenceux King of Arms A.W.S. Cochrane CVO [13]
Lord Lyon King of Arms Sir Francis J. Grant KCVO [13]
Garter Principal King of Arms Sir Gerald W. Wollaston KCVO [13]
Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod Lt-Gen. Sir William P. Pulteney GCVO KCB KCMG DSO [13]
The Lord Mayor of London Sir George T. Broadbridge [13]
The Lord Great Chamberlain The Earl of Ancaster GCVO
Lord John Manners
[13]
The Lord High Steward of Ireland The Earl of Shrewsbury
Page: Christopher Talbot
[13]
The High Constable of Scotland The Earl of Erroll
Alastair Hay
[13]
The Earl Marshal (7051) The Duke of Norfolk KG
Pages: Hon. Martin Fitzalan-Howard
Viscount Morpeth
[14]
The Sword of State The Marquess of Zetland GCSI GCIE
Page: Hon. Brian Beckett
[14]
The Lord High Constable of England The Marquess of Crewe KG
Pages: Colin Dodds
Euan Graham
[14]
Sceptre with the Dove The Duke of Richmond
Page: Charles Vyner
[14]
The Orb The Duke of Sutherland KT
Pages: Hon. Peter Ward
[14]
St Edward's Crown The Marquess of Salisbury KG GCVO CB (Lord High Steward)
Pages: John Ormsby-Gore
Hon. John Manners
[14]
The Paten Rt. Rev. Arthur F. Winnington-Ingram KCVO (Bishop of London) [14]
The Chalice Rt. Rev. Cyril F. Garbett (Bishop of Winchester) [14]
The Bible Rt. Rev. Bertram Pollock KCVO [14]
The Standard Bearer of the Gentlemen at Arms Brig.-Gen. Sir Archibald F. Home KCVO [14]
The Lieutenant of the Gentlemen at Arms Col. Sir St. John C. Gore CB CVO CBE [14]
Twenty Gentlemen at Arms
[14]
The Bishop of Bath and Wells Rt. Rev. St. J. B. Wynne Willson [14]
The Bishop of Durham Rt. Rev. H. Hensley Henson [14]
The King
His train borne by:
The Earl Haig and The Earl Kitchener
Alexander A.A.D. Ramsay and Viscount Lascelles
George R. Seymour and George E.C. Hardinge
Montague R.V. Eliot and The Lord Herschell
The Earl Jellicoe
[14]
The Groom of the Robes Commander H.G. Campbell CVO DSO [14]
The Vice-Admiral of the United Kingdom Admiral Hon. Sir Stanley C.J. Colville GCB GCMG GCVO [14]
The Master of the Horse The Duke of Beaufort KG GCVO
Page: Lord Burghersh
[14]
The Gold Stick in Waiting Field Marshal Sir William R. Birdwood Bt GCB GCSI GCMG CIE DSO [14]
Captain General of the King's Bodyguard of Scotland
Gold Stick of Scotland
The Lord Elphinstone KT
Page: Charles Cameron
[14]
Lord in Waiting The Lord Wigram GCB GCVO CSI
Page: Hector Laing
[14]
Captain, Yeomen of the Guard Col. The Lord Templemore DSO OBE
Page: Hon. Peter Strutt
[15]
Captain, Hon. Corps of Gentlemen at Arms Brig.-Gen. The Earl of Lucan KBE CB
Page: Viscount Althorp
[15]
Keeper of His Majesty's Privy Purse Maj. Sir Ulick F.C. Alexander KCVO CMG OBE [15]
Private Secretary to the King Rt. Hon. Sir Alexander H.L. Hardinge GCVO KCB MC [15]
Crown Equerry Col. Sir Arthur E. Erskine GCVO DSO [15]
Comptroller, Lord Chamberlain's Office Lt-Col. T.E.G. Nugent CVO MC [15]
Groom in Waiting A.H. Penn [15]
Equerries to the King T.W.E. Coke MVO [15]
Lt-Col. Hon. Piers W. Legh CMG CIE CVO OBE [15]
Field Officer in Brigade Waiting Col. G.E.C. Rasch CVO DSO [15]
The Silver Stick in Waiting Lt-Col. E.J.L. Speed MC [15]
Yeomen of the Guard
Ensign Lt-Col. G.R. Lascelles CVO OBE [15]
Lieutenant Col. Sir Colin W. McRae CVO CBE [15]
Clerk of the Cheque Brig.-Gen. R.C.A. McCalmont DSO [15]
Exon Maj. Hon. Edric A.C. Weld-Forester [15]
Lt-Col. E.B. Frederick [15]
Lt-Col. W. Gibbs [15]
Twelve Yeomen of the Guard
[15]

Procession from the Abbey to Buckingham Palace[edit]

Participants Ref.
Officer of the War Office Staff
Col. H.F. Grant-Suttie DSO MC
[16]
Four troopers, Life Guards
Band and Bugles of 1st Battalion, the Rifle Brigade
[16]
Colonial contingent
Commanded by Col. C.C. Fawkes MC
Staff officer: Capt. W.M. Harrington OBE MC MM
[16]
Burma contingent
Commanded by Lt-Col. H.G. Gauntlett
[16]
Southern Rhodesia contingent
Commanded by Lt-Col. E. Lucas-Guest
[16]
Newfoundland contingent [16]
South Africa contingent
Commanded by Col. K.R. Van der Spuy MC
Staff Officer: Capt. H.J. Bronkhorst
[16]
New Zealand contingent
Commanded by Maj. N.W. McD. Weir
Staff officer: Capt. L.W. Andrew VC
[16]
Australia contingent
Commanded by Gen. Sir Harry G. Chauvel GCMG KCB
Staff officer: Col. E.F. Lind DSO VD
Aide-de-Camp: Maj. R.N.L. Hopkins
[16]
Canadian contingent
Commanded by Col. J.E.L. Streight MC VD
Staff Officer: Lt-Col. J.R.S. Lough DSO MC VD
[16]
Band of the RAF [17]
RAF detachment
Commanded by Group-Captain A.H. Jackson
Staff officer: Squadron-Leader A.C. Sanderson DFC
Staff officer: Squadron-Leader A.D.H. Foster
[17]
Indian contingent
Commanded by Gen. Sir Henry E. Ap Rhys Pryce KCB CMG ADC
Staff officer: Maj. W.M.C. Wilson
Staff officer: Col. C.O. Harvey CVO CBE MC
[17]
Officer Training Corps detachment
Commanded by Col. K.D.B. Murray CB DSO
[17]
Detachments of The King's Own Malta Regiment
The Bermuda Regiment
The Royal Jersey Militia
The Royal Guernsey Militia
The Territorial Army Nursing Service
The Royal Army Chaplains' Department (TA)
The Engineer and Railway Staff Corps.
[17]
Band and Pipes, The 1st Battalion The Highland Light Infantry [17]
The Director-General General of the TA (Gen. Sir Walter M. St. G. Kirke KCB CMG DSO)
Staff officer: 2nd Lt. J.N. St. G. Kirke
Staff officer: Maj. E.P.N. Jones MC
[17]
Detachments from the TA units [17]
Band and Bugles of the 2nd Battalion The Somerset Light Infantry (Prince Albert's) [17]
Detachments from the Royal Military College and the Royal Military Academy [17]
Supplementary Reserve Detachment
commanded by Col. W.E. Blakey MM
[17]
Detachments from Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service
The Corps and Departments of the Regular Army
The Royal Malta Artillery
The Royal Tank Corps.
[17]
Band and Drums of the 2nd Battalion The Royal Warwickshire Regiment [18]
Detachments of Regiments of Infantry, Regular Army
Commanded by Col. G. de C. Glover DSO MC
Staff officer: Lt-Col. E.H.W. Backhouse
[18]
Detachments of the Brigade of Guards
Royal Corps of Signals
Royal Engineers
[18]
Detachments of Regiments of Yeomanry and Scouts (TA)
Commanded by Col. G.R. Codrington CB DSO OBE TD
Staff officer: Capt. C.F. Keightley
[18]
Detachment of The Honourable Artillery Company [18]
Mounted Band, Royal Artillery [18]
Detachment of the Royal Artillery
Commanded by Maj.-Gen. A.P.Y. Langhorne DSO
Staff officer: Lt-Col. R.H. Walsh
DSO OBE MC
[18]
Band of the 16th/5th Lancers [18]
Cavalry detachments
Commanded by Col. A.I. Macdougall DSO MC
Staff officer: Lt-Col. H.E. Russell
[18]
"K" Battery, Royal Horse Artillery [18]
Detachments of Royal Navy
Royal Marines (and Band)
Royal Naval Reserve
Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
Commanded by Capt. A.D. Read RN
Staff officer: Lt M.M. Singer RN
Staff officer: Comm. M. Cunningham RN
[18]
Carriages of the Premiers in reverse order to that given above [19]
Maj-Gen HRH Prince Arthur of Connaught
HRH Princess Arthur of Connaught
HRH Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone
[20]
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester
HRH The Duchess of Kent
Hon. Gerald Lascelles
[20]
HM The Queen of Norway
HRH The Princess Royal
Viscount Lascelles
[20]
1st Division, Captain's Escort [20]
HM Queen Mary
HRH Princess Elizabeth
HRH Princess Margaret
[20]
2nd Division, Captain's Escort, with Standard [20]
Band of the Royal Scots Greys [20]
The King's Indian Orderly Officers
Officer in Charge: Lt-Col. E.J.P.T. Walker OBE
Orderlies: Risaldar Musaffar Khan and Risaldar Dharam Singh IOM
Risaldar-Major Bahadur Sher Khan and Risaldar-Major Lall Singh MBE
[20]
Aides-de-Camp, RAF
Group-Captain K.P. Par MC DFC
Group-Captain F.L. Robinson DSO MC DFC
[20]
Aides-de-Camp, KHP and KHS (TA)
Col. P.H. Mitchiner TD and Col. H.F. Humphreys OBE MC TD
Col. E.C.M. Phillips DSO TD and Col. E.J. King CMG TD ADC
Col. R.W. Burnyeat DSO TD ADC and Col. C.H. Pank CMG DSO TD ADC
Lt-Col. R.W. Randall ADC and Col. B. Abel Smith DSO MC TD ADC
Col. F.H. Ballatine-Dykes DSO OBE ADC and Brig.-Gen. A.C. Lewin CB CMG DSO ADC
[21]
Aides-de-Camp, KHP and KHS (Regular Army)
Col. J.M. Weddell FRCS and Col. J. Heatly-Spencer OBE FRCP
Brig. D.G. Johnson VC DSO MC ADC and Col. G.H. Gill CMG DSO ADC
Brig. Hon. H.R.L.G. Alexander CSI DSO MC ADC and Col. F.W. Bullock-Marsham DSO MC
Brig. A.K. Main DSO ADC and Col. J.F.R. Hope CBE DSO ADC
Brig. H.C. Maitland-Makgill-Crichton CB CMG DSO ADC and Col. C.R. Gillett DSO ADC
[21]
Aides-de-Camp, Naval and Marine
Brig. A.G.B. Bourne DSO MVO ADC and Capt. E.G. Cavendish OBE ADC
Capt. A.L. Owens RD ADC and Capt. H.W. Goolden ADC
Commodore L.E. Holland ADC
[21]
General Officers Commanding-in-Chief
General Officer Commanding Northern Ireland District
[21]
Field Marshals [21]
War Office Staff [21]
Air Council (Air Members) [21]
Army Council (Military Members) [21]
Board of Admiralty (Sea Lords) [22]
King's Escort of Officers from the Colonial and Dominion Contingents [22]
The King's Marshalmen
The King's Bodyguard
The King's Bargemaster and 12 Watermen
The King's Escort of Indian Army Officers
Massed Bands of the Household Cavalry
1st Division of the Sovereign's Escort
2nd Division of the Sovereign's Escort
[22]
Honorary Indian Aides-de-Campe to the King [22]
Chief Staff Officer for the Field Marshal Commanding; Chief Commissioner, Metropolitan Police Force [22]
Aide-de-Camp to the Chief Staff Officer to Field Marshal in Command of Troops
Aide-de-Camp to Field Marshal in Command of Troops
[22]
The King and Queen
Conveyed in the State Coach
Flanked by the Captain of the Escort and the Field of Officer of the Escort
Pulled by eight grey horses.
[22]
Field Marshal Commanding the Troops
The Master of the Horse
[22]
Gold Stick in Waiting [22]
Field Officer in Brigade Waiting
Silver Stick in Waiting
[22]
Capt. HRH The Duke of Kent
Maj-Gen HRH The Duke of Gloucester
[23]
Col. The Earl of Harewood
Comm. Lord Louis Mountbatten
Maj-Gen The Earl of Athlone
[23]
The 3 Principal Aides-de-Camp of the Armed Services [23]
Equerries in Waiting to the King [23]
Adjutant in Brigade Waiting
Silver Stick Adjutant
[23]
Staff Officers, London District [23]
Royal Grooms [23]
3rd Division, Sovereign's Escort [23]
4th Division, Sovereign's Escort [23]

References[edit]

Citations[edit]

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