Lord Lieutenant of Merseyside
The office of Lord Lieutenant of Merseyside was created on 1 April 1974, taking over some duties from the Lord Lieutenant of Lancashire and Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire. As Merseyside (north of the River Mersey) remains part of the Lancashire County Palatine, the Lord Lieutenant is appointed by the monarch in their capacity as Duke of Lancaster.
|1||Brigadier Sir Douglas Crawford Kt, CB, DSO, TD||1 April 1974|
|2||Wing Cdr Sir Kenneth Stoddart KCVO, AE, RAF||1979||1989|
|3||Henry Egerton Cotton||5 June 1989||1992|
|4||Sir Alan William Waterworth KCVO||22 November 1993||2006|
|5||Dame Lorna Muirhead DBE||11 October 2006||2017|
|5||Mr Mark Blundell ||13 September 2017||Present|
- The Times - Birthdays, first published 26 May 2007.
- thePeerage.com - Henry Egerton Cotton. URL accessed 5 December 2007.
- London Gazette, issue no.51757, 8 June 1989
- London Gazette, issue no.53496, 26 November 1993
- [https://merseysidelieutenancy.weebly.com/the-lord-lieutenant.html - Lord Lieutenant of Merseyside]. URL accessed 15 August 2018.
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