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List of Deputy Lieutenants of Wiltshire

Caricature of Lord Henry Frederick Thynne by Leslie Ward, 1877

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 comes to an end only when the Lord Lieutenant changes. However, in practice the title of Deputy Lieutenant is usually held for life, as new Lord Lieutenants rarely make changes.

16th century appointments

17th century appointments

18th century appointments

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

19th century appointments

Caricature of Lord Arthur Somerset DL, 1887

20th century appointments

1946 appointments

1968 appointments

1974 appointments

1979 appointments

1983 appointments

1990 appointments

1993 appointments

1996 appointments

1998 appointments

  • Mr John Barnard Bush (born 1937), Fullingbridge Farm, Heywood, Westbury[10]
  • Mr Charles Giles Clarke, Holt Manor, Holt[10]
  • Mrs Anna Ruth Grange, Thornhill Farm, Malmesbury[10]
  • Mr Patrick John Wintour, Weavers House, Bromham, Chippenham[10]

1999 appointments

2000 appointments

2002 appointments

2003 appointments

2004 appointments

2006 appointments

2007 appointments

2009 appointments

  • Sir Michael Edward Pitt, Garden Cottage, Foxley, Malmesbury[18]
  • The Hon. Peter John Pleydell-Bouverie, Newcourt, Downton, Salisbury[18]
  • Mrs Margaret Madeline Wilks, Box Cottage, North Newnton, Pewsey[19]

2011 appointments


  1. ^ Matthew Arundell Howard at, accessed 19 November 2012
  2. ^ Wiltshire and Swindon Archives, accession 549/48
  3. ^ a b c d e f Commissions dated 1 February 1968, London Gazette Issue 44520, 6 February 1968, p. 1489 online
  4. ^ London Gazette Issue 46372 published 14 October 1974, p. 8949
  5. ^ a b London Gazette Issue 49236 published 17 January 1983, p. 693
  6. ^ a b c d e London Gazette, Issue 52202 of 4 July 1990, page 11412 online
  7. ^ Beresford Norman Gibbs at
  8. ^ ‘SOMERSET, 19th Duke of’, in Who's Who 2012 (A. & C. Black, 2012); online edition (subscription required) by Oxford University Press, December 2011, accessed 8 December 2011
  9. ^ a b London Gazette, 22 July 1996, page 9843 (Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Wiltshire on 12 July 1996)
  10. ^ 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)
  11. ^ a b c London Gazette, 19 November 1999, page 12350 (Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Wiltshire on 9 November 1999)
  12. ^ a b London Gazette, 24 November 2000, page 13274 (Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Wiltshire on 9 November 2000)
  13. ^ a b London Gazette, Issue 56782 of 13 December 2002, page 15176 online
  14. ^ a b c London Gazette, Issue 57113 of 14 November 2003, page 14106 online
  15. ^ a b c London Gazette, Issue 57445 of 22 October 2004, page 13359 online
  16. ^ a b c d e London Gazette, Issue 57993 of 26 May 2006, page 7299 online
  17. ^ a b London Gazette, Issue 58465 of 28 September 2007, page 14062 online
  18. ^ a b London Gazette, Issue 58979 of 13 February 2009, page 2575 online
  19. ^ London Gazette, Issue 59196 of 25 September 2009, page 16519 online
  20. ^ a b c d 'New deputies for Wiltshire' in Gazette and Herald dated 2 June 2011 at

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