Lord Lieutenant of Armagh

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This is a list of people who have served as Lord-Lieutenant of Armagh. The office was first created by King James II in 1689 but then curtailed until its recreation on 23 August 1831.

Name Image Term began Term ended
1. Sir Neil O'Neill|The 2nd Baronet of Killyleagh Portrait Sir Neil O'Neill of John Michael Wright (1680), now in the Tate 1689
2. The 2nd Earl of Gosford
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17 October 1831 27 March 1849
2. The 3rd Earl of Charlemont United-Kingdom-Lord-Lieutenant.svg 3 July 1849 1864
3. The 3rd Earl of Gosford United-Kingdom-Lord-Lieutenant.svg 8 February 1864 15 June 1864
4. The 2nd Baron Lurgan United-Kingdom-Lord-Lieutenant.svg 9 July 1864 15 January 1882
5. The 4th Earl of Gosford United-Kingdom-Lord-Lieutenant.svg 5 April 1883 1920
6. The 1st Baron Armaghdale United-Kingdom-Lord-Lieutenant.svg 16 September 1920 8 June 1924
7. Henry Bruce Wright Armstrong United-Kingdom-Lord-Lieutenant.svg 7 July 1924 1939
8. Sir Norman Stronge, 8th Baronet United-Kingdom-Lord-Lieutenant.svg 5 December 1939 21 January 1981
9. Michael Torrens-Spence United-Kingdom-Lord-Lieutenant.svg 20 July 1981 1989
10. The 7th Earl of Caledon United-Kingdom-Lord-Lieutenant.svg 15 May 1989 Present


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Lieutenancy area
County Armagh