Lieutenant Governor of Jersey
The Lieutenant Governor of Jersey (French: Lieutenant-Gouverneur de Jersey, Jèrriais: Gouvèrneux d'Jèrri) is the representative of the British monarch in the Bailiwick of Jersey, a Crown dependency of the British Crown.
|Lieutenant Governor of Jersey|
|Appointer||Monarchy of the United Kingdom|
|Term length||Five years|
|First holder||Sir Hugh Vaughan|
(as Governor of Jersey)
List of lieutenant governors of JerseyEdit
Lieutenant Governors of Jersey have been:
|1634||Sir Philippe de Carteret (Royalist)|
|26 August 1643||Major Lydcott (Parliament)|
|24 November 1643||Sir George Carteret (Royalist)|
|at least by 1689||Edward Harris:164|
|3 March 1695||Col. Thomas Collier|
|29 July 1715||Robert Wilson|
|1723||Magnus Kempenfelt |
|23 October 1727||Col. George Howard|
|1738||Maj-Gen. Jean Cavalier|
|12 August 1749||William Deane|
|26 June 1753||George Colingwood|
|Lieutenant Governor and Colonel on Staff:||7 July 1770||Lt-Col. Rudolph Bentinck (acting)|
|4 April 1771||Major Moses Corbet|
|6 January 1781||Major Francis Peirson|
|5 October 1797||Lt-Gen. Andrew Gordon|
|21 June 1806||Gen. Sir George Don, GCB, GCH|
|8 October 1814||Gen. Sir Tomkyns Hilgrove Turner, GCH|
|9 May 1816||Lt-Gen. Hugh Mackay Gordon|
|23 July 1821||Gen. Sir Colin Halkett, GCB, GCH, GCTE|
|26 November 1830||Lt-Gen. Sir William Thornton, KCB|
|22 April 1835||Maj-Gen. Archibald Campbell, CB|
|14 September 1838||Lt-Gen. Sir Edward Gibbs, KCB|
|16 January 1847||Maj-Gen. Sir James Henry Reynett, KCB, KCH|
|30 April 1852||Gen. Sir James Frederick Love, GCB, KH|
|30 January 1857||Maj-Gen. Godfrey Charles Mundy|
|18 September 1860||Maj-Gen. Sir Robert Percy Douglas|
|5 October 1862||B. Loch (acting)|
|23 October 1863||Lt-Gen. Sir Burke Douglas Cuppage, KCB|
|1 October 1868||Maj-Gen. Philip Melmoth Nelson Guy, CB|
|1 October 1873||Lt-Gen. Sir William Sherbrooke Ramsay Norcott, KCB|
|1 October 1878||Lt-Gen. Lothian Nicholson, CB|
|1 October 1883||Maj-Gen. Henry Wray, CMG|
|1 November 1887||Lt-Gen. Charles Brisbane Ewart, CB|
|Lieutenant Governor and Commanding the Troops:||1 November 1892||Lt-Gen. Sir Edwin Markham, KCB|
|10 May 1895||Lt-Gen. Sir Edward Hopton, KCB|
|1 November 1900||Maj-Gen. Henry Richard Abadie, CB|
|1904||Maj-Gen. Hugh Sutlej Gough, CB, CMG|
|16 June 1910||Maj-Gen. Sir Alexander Nelson Rochfort, KCB, CMG|
|7 October 1916||Maj-Gen. Sir Alexander Wilson, KCB|
|29 October 1920||Maj-Gen. Sir William Douglas Smith, KCB, KCVO|
|1924||Maj-Gen. Sir Francis Richard Bingham, KCB, KCMG, JP|
|28 May 1929||Maj-Gen. Edward Henry Willis, CB, CMG|
|28 May 1934||Maj-Gen. Sir Horace de Courcy Martelli, KBE, CB, DSO|
|1939||Maj-Gen. James Murray Robert Harrison, CB DSO|
|(German Occupation 1940–1945)|
|Head of the British Military Government:||12 May 1945||L.A. Freeman|
|Lieutenant Governor and Commander-in-Chief:||25 August 1945||Lt-Gen. Sir Arthur Edward Grasett, KBE, CB, DSO, MC|
|16 October 1953||Adm. Sir Randolph Stewart Gresham Nicholson, KBE, CB, DSO, DSC|
|15 November 1958||Gen. Sir George Erskine, GCB, KBE, DSO|
|15 January 1964||Vice-Adm. Sir John Michael Villiers, KCB, OBE|
|30 June 1969||Air Chf Mshl Sir John Gilbert Davis, GCB, OBE, MA|
|2 September 1974||Gen. Sir Geoffrey Richard Desmond Fitzpatrick, GCB, DSO, MBE, MC|
|26 November 1979||Gen. Sir Peter John Frederick Whiteley, GCB, OBE|
|9 January 1985||Adm. Sir William Thomas Pillar, GBE, KCB|
|1990||Air Mshl Sir John Matthias Dobson Sutton, KCB|
|September 1995||Gen. Sir Michael John Wilkes, KCB, OBE|
|24 January 2001||Air Chf Mshl Sir John Cheshire, KBE, CB|
|1 April 2006||Lt-Gen Sir Andrew Ridgway, KBE, CB|
|26 September 2011||Gen. Sir John McColl, KCB, CBE, DSO|
|13 March 2017||Air Chf Mshl Sir Stephen Dalton, GCB|
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- "No. 6617". The London Gazette. 21 October 1727. p. 1.a.
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- "No. 9279". The London Gazette. 23 June 1753. p. 2.
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