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The procession for the coronation of Elizabeth II 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 streets of London, England, and into Westminster Abbey, where the coronation took place.

The Royal Family

Pursuivants and Ushers
Bluemantle Pursuivant of Arms

James Frere

Rouge Croix Pursuivant of Arms

John Walker

Gentleman Usher

Captain Philip Neville, RN

Gentleman Usher

Rear-Admiral Sir Arthur Bromley, Bt, KCMG, CVO

Members of the Royal Family
HRH The Princess Royal, CI, GCVO, GBE, RRC, TD

her train borne by the Honourable Mrs Forbes

her coronet borne by The Master of Forbes

HRH Prince Richard of Gloucester HRH The Duchess of Gloucester, CI, GCVO, GBE

her train borne by Lady Caroline Gilmour

her coronet carried by Earl of Dalkeith

HRH Prince William of Gloucester
HRH The Duchess of Kent, CI, GCVO, GBE

her train borne by Lady Rachel Davidson

her coronet carried by Philip Hay, CVO

HRH Princess Alexandra of Kent

her train borne by the Honourable Katharine Smith

HRH Prince Michael of Kent HRH The Duke of Kent

his coronet carried by his page the Honourable Henry Herbert

HRH Princess Alice, Countess of Athlone, CI, GCVO, GBE

her train borne by Mrs James Mure

her coronet carried by Richard Abel Smith

Lady Patricia Ramsay, CI

her train borne by the Honourable Gillian Cecil

her coronet carried by Captain Alexander Ramsay

Major-General The Earl of Athlone, KG, GCB, GCMG, GCVO, DSO

his coronet carried by his page, Gerald Ward

Princess Marie Louise, GCVO, GBE, CI, RRC

her train borne by Mrs Hugh Adams

The Queen Mother and Princess Margaret

Heralds and Ushers
Somerset Herald

Michael Trappes-Lomax

Windsor Herald

Richard Graham-Vivian

Gentleman Usher

Colonel Geoffrey Codrington, CB, CMG, CVO, DSO, OBE, TD

Gentleman Usher

Lieutenant-Colonel Henry de Satgé, CMG, CVO, DSO

Princess Margaret
HRH The Princess Margaret, CI, GCVO

her train borne by Iris Peake

her coronet carried by her page, Albemarle Bowes-Lyon

HM Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother
Richmond Herald

Anthony Wagner

York Herald

Aubrey Toppin

Chester Herald

John Heaton-Armstrong

Lancaster Herald

Archibald George Blomefield Russell

The Lord Chamberlain of the Queen Mother's Household

Lieutenant-Colonel The Earl of Airlie, KT, GCVO, MC

his coronet carried by his page Robert Ramsay

HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother
Her train borne by

The Mistress of the Robes The Dowager Duchess of Northumberland, GCVO, CBE

assisted by:

Jonathan Peel Michael Anson
Viscount Carlow The Earl Erne
The coronet of the Mistress of the Robes carried by her page

Lord James Douglas-Hamilton

Ladies of the Bedchamber
The Dowager Viscountess Hambledon The Countess Spencer, OBE
The Countess of Scarbrough The Lady Harlech, DCVO
Women of the Bedchamber
The Honourable Mrs John Mulholland Lady Jean Rankin
Other Members of The Queen Mother's Household
Private Secretary

Captain Oliver Dawnay

Treasurer

Sir Arthur Penn, GCVO, MC

Chaplains

The Abbey Beadle
The Abbey Beadle

G. F. Calvert

The Chaplains
The Very Reverend John Baillie (1886–1960) The Reverend A. Nevile Davidson (1899–1976)
The Reverend Thomas Malcolm Layng CBE MC (1892–1958) The Reverend Canon Henry Spencer Stephenson (1871–1957)
The Reverend Canon L. M. Andrews CVO MBE MC The Reverend Philip Thomas Byard Clayton CH MC (1885–1972)
The Reverend Canon A. Rowland H. Grant CVO TD (died 1961) The Reverend Canon C. E. Raven (1885–1964)
The Reverend Canon Guy Rogers MC (1876–1967)
The Domestic Chaplains
The Reverend John Lamb MC
The Reverend Hector Anderson MVO The Reverend Maurice Foxell MVO (1888–1981)
The Representatives of the Free Churches
Chairman of the Congregational Union of England and Wales

Ebenezer Cunningham (1881–1977)

Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of England

The Right Reverend Professor T. W. Manson (1893–1958)[1]

President of the Baptist Union

The Reverend Henry Bonser (died 1966)

The President of the Methodist Conference

The Reverend Colin Roberts (1886–1975)

Moderator of the Free Church Federal Council

The Reverend Hugh Martin (1890–1964)

The Representatives of the Church of Scotland
Ex-Moderator of the General Assembly

The Very Reverend Alexander Macdonald

Ex-Moderator of the General Assembly

The Very Reverend John McKenzie CIE

The Right Reverend Professor James Pitt-Watson (1893–1962)

Moderator of the General Assembly

The Dean and Prebendaries of Westminster
The Prebendaries' Virger

A. J. R. Greaves (1910–2000)[2]

The Cross of Westminster

borne by The Reverend Christopher Hildyard (1901–1987)[3][4]

as deputy to the Minor Canon and Sacrist, the Reverend Jocelyn H. T. Perkins CVO (1869–1962)[5]

The Reverend Canon Edward Carpenter (1910–1998) The Reverend Canon Charles Smyth (1903–1987)[6]
The Venerable Adam Fox (1883–1977) The Reverend Canon Stephen Marriott (1886–1964)
The Dean's Virger

G. C. Drake MVO

Dean of Westminster

The Very Reverend Alan Campbell Don KCVO (1885–1966)

Heralds and Pursuivants
Fitzalan Pursuivant Extraordinary

Alexander Colin Cole (1922–2001)

Portcullis Pursuivant of Arms

Charles St Clair, Master of Sinclair (1914–2004)

Rouge Dragon Pursuivant of Arms

Robin de la Lanne-Mirrlees (1925–2012)

Kintyre Pursuivant of Arms

Captain Rupert Iain Kay (1919–1985)

Unicorn Pursuivant of Arms

Lieutenant-Colonel Gordon Dalyell of the Binns CIE (1887–1953)

Carrick Pursuivant of Arms

James M. Grant (1903–1981)

Officers of the Orders of Knighthood

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire
The Gentleman Usher of the Purple Rod

Sir Ernest Arthur Gowers GBE (1880–1966)

The Secretary

Sir Edward Bridges GCB GCVO MC (1892–1969)

The King of Arms

Air Marshal Sir Charles Roderick Carr KBE CB DFC AFC (1891–1971)

The Royal Victorian Order
The Chaplain

The Reverend Cyril Cresswell CVO (1890–1974)

The Most Distinguished Order of St Michael and St George
The Gentleman Usher of the Blue Rod

Admiral Sir Alan Geoffrey Hotham CB (1876–1959)

The Registrar

Sir Percivale Liesching KCB (1895–1973)

The King of Arms

Sir (George) Nevile (Maltby) Bland KCMG KCVO (1886–1972)

The Secretary

Sir Thomas Lloyd GCMG KCB (1896–1968)

The Prelate

The Right Reverend Wilfred Marcus Askwith , Bishop of Blackburn (1890–1962)

The Most Honourable Order of the Bath
The Deputy Secretary

Brigadier Ivan de la Bere CVO CBE (1893–1970)

The Gentleman Usher of the Scarlet Rod

Major-General Douglas Neil Wimberley CB DSO MC (1896–1983)

The Registrar and Secretary

Air Vice-Marshal Sir Charles Alexander Holcombe Longcroft KCB CMG DSO AFC (1883–1958)

Bath King of Arms

Air Chief Marshal Sir James Milne Robb GCB KBE DSO DFC AFC (1895–1968)

The Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle
The Gentleman Usher of the Green Rod

Colonel Sir Edward Daymonde Stevenson KCVO MC (1895–1958)

The Most Noble Order of the Garter
The Register

The Right Reverend Eric Knightley Chetwode Hamilton , Dean of Windsor (1890–1962)

The Chancellor

Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, 1st Earl of Halifax KG OM GCSI GCIE TD (1881–1958)

his coronet carried by his page,

Benedick Peake

Heralds
Marchmont Herald

Lieutenant-Colonel John William Balfour Paul DSO (1873–1957)

Rothesay Herald

Lieutenant-Colonel Harold Andrew Balvaird Lawson (1899–1985)

Albany Herald

Major Charles Ian Fraser of Reelig (1903–1963)

Standards

Standards of the Commonwealth
The Standard of Ceylon

borne by Sir Edwin A. P. Wijeyeratne KBE (1889–1968)

The Standard of Pakistan

borne by Mirza Abol Hassan Ispahani (1902–1981)

The Standard of the Union of South Africa

borne by Dr. Albertus L. Geyer (1894–1969)

The Standard of New Zealand

borne by Sir Frederick Widdowson Doidge KCMG (1884–1954)

The Standard of the Commonwealth of Australia

borne by Sir Thomas Walter White KBE DFC VD (1888–1957)

The Standard of Canada

borne by Norman Alexander Robertson (1904–1968)

The Union Standard
The Union Standard

borne by Captain John Lindley Marmion Dymoke (the Queen's Champion) (1926–2015)

The Standard of the Principality of Wales
The Standard of the Principality of Wales

borne by William Ormsby-Gore, 4th Baron Harlech KG GCMG (1885–1964)

his coronet carried by his page,
Julian Ormsby-Gore[7] (1940–1974)[8]

Standards of the Quarterings of the Royal Arms
borne by
William Sidney, 6th Baron De L'Isle and Dudley VC (1909–1991)

his coronet carried by his page,
George Jeffreys (1939–2010)[9][10]

Edward Stanley, 18th Earl of Derby MC (1918–1994)

his coronet carried by his page,
Henry Milles-Lade, Viscount Throwley (1940–1996)

Henry Scrymgeour-Wedderburn, 11th Earl of Dundee, Hereditary Royal Standard-Bearer for Scotland (1902–1983)

his coronet carried by his page,
Christopher James Makins (1942–2006)

The Royal Standard

borne by Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery, 1st Viscount Montgomery of Alamein KG GCB DSO (1887–1976)

his coronet carried by his page,
Nicholas Wright

Members of the Royal Household

Members of the Royal Household
The Vice-Chamberlain of the Household
Sir Henry Gray Studholme (1899–1987)
The Treasurer of the Household
Sir Cedric Drewe (1896–1971)[11]
The Comptroller of the Household
Major Sir Roger John Edward Conant (1899–1973)
The Keeper of the Jewel House
bearing on a cushion
the Ring, the Armills, and the Sword for the Offering
Alexander Hardinge, 2nd Baron Hardinge of Penshurst GCB GCVO MC (1894–1960)
acting for Major-General Sir Hervey Degge Wilmot Sitwell CB MC (1896–1973)
Pursuivants
Bluemantle Pursuivant
James A. Frere (1920–1994)
Rouge Croix Pursuivant
John Riddell Bromhead Walker MC (1913–1984)
The Knights of the Garter
appointed to hold the Canopy for the Queen's Anointing
Wentworth Beaumont, 2nd Viscount Allendale KG CB CBE MC (1890–1956)
his coronet carried by his page,
George Andrew Beaumont (1938–1960)
Hugh Fortescue, 5th Earl Fortescue KG CB OBE MC (1888–1958)
his coronet carried by his page,
James Sherbrooke Waldegrave, Viscount Chewton (born 1940)
Gerald Wellesley, 7th Duke of Wellington KG (1885–1972)
his coronet carried by his page,
Michael Thomas Jeremy Clyde (born 1941)
William Arthur Henry Cavendish-Bentinck, 7th Duke of Portland KG (1893–1977)
his coronet carried by his page,
the Honourable Bruce Hacking (born 1940)
Members of the Royal Household
The Lord Chamberlain of the Household
Lawrence Lumley, 11th Earl of Scarbrough KG GCSI GCIE TD (1896–1969)
his coronet carried by his page,
David McEwen (1938–1976)
The Lord Steward of the Household
Douglas Douglas-Hamilton, 14th Duke of Hamilton and 11th Duke of Brandon KT GCVO AFC (1903–1973)
his coronet carried by his page,
Angus Alan Douglas Douglas-Hamilton, Marquess of Clydesdale (1938–2010)
The Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal
The Right Honourable Henry Frederick Comfort Crookshank (1893–1961)

Prime Ministers of the Commonwealth of Nations

Prime Ministers of the Members of the Commonwealth
The Prime Minister of Ceylon

Dudley Shelton Senanayake (1911–1973)

The Prime Minister of Pakistan

Muhammad Ali Bogra (1909–1963)

The Prime Minister of India

Jawaharlal Nehru (1889–1964)

The Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa

Daniel François Malan (1874–1959)

The Prime Minister of New Zealand

Sidney George Holland CH (1893–1961)

The Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Australia

Robert Gordon Menzies CH QC (1894–1978)

The Prime Minister of Canada

Louis Stephen Saint-Laurent QC (1882–1973)

The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

Sir Winston Spencer-Churchill KG OM CH TD (1874–1965)

Archbishops and the Lord Chancellor

Archbishop of York
The Cross of York

borne by the Reverend T. W. I. Cleasby (1920–2009)

Archbishop of York

The Most Reverend Cyril Forster Garbett (1875–1955)

attended by the Reverend Prebendary Philip William Wheeldon OBE (1913–1992)

The Lord Chancellor
The Lord High Chancellor

Gavin Turnbull Simonds, 1st Baron Simonds (1881–1971)

attended by his Pursebearer, T. Cokayne

his coronet carried by his page
Andrew Parker Bowles (born 1939)

Archbishop of Canterbury
The Cross of Canterbury

borne by the Reverend John S. Long (1913–2008)

Archbishop of Canterbury

The Most Reverend Geoffrey Francis Fisher (1887–1972)

attended by the Reverend Eric G. Jay (1907–1989) and the Reverend Canon Ian Hugh White-Thomson (1905–1997)

Duke of Edinburgh

Heralds
Arundel Herald Extraordinary

Dermot Michael Macgregor Morrah (1896–1974)

Norfolk Herald Extraordinary

H. S. London (1884–1959)

Somerset Herald

Michael Roger Trappes-Lomax (1900–1972)

Lord Lyon King of Arms

Sir Thomas Innes of Learney KCVO (1893–1971)

Windsor Herald

Richard Preston Graham-Vivian MC (1896–1979)

The Duke of Edinburgh and His Household
Harbinger of the Gentlemen at Arms

Major-General Arthur Reginald Chater CB OBE DSO (1896–1979)

Three Gentlemen-at-Arms

The Queen's Consort

Admiral of the Fleet The Duke of Edinburgh KG KT GBE (1921–2021)

his coronet carried by his page
Nigel Grier-Rees, Midshipman RN (died 1973)[12]

The Standard Bearer of the Gentleman at Arms

Major-General Maurice Anthony Wingfield CMG DSO (1883–1956)

Three Gentlemen-at-Arms

The Equerry to the Duke of Edinburgh

Squadron-Leader Sir Beresford Peter Torrington Horsley AFC (1921–2001)

The Treasurer to the Duke of Edinburgh

Lieutenant-General Sir Frederick Arthur Montague Browning KBE CB DSO (1896–1965)

The Private Secretary to the Duke of Edinburgh

Lieut.-Commander John Michael Avison Parker MVO RN (1920–2002)

Serjeants-at-Arms
Serjeant-at-Arms

Lieut.-Commander (S) Albert W. Stone MVO MSM RN

Serjeant-at-Arms

George A. Titman, CBE MVO (1889–1980)

Heralds
Richmond Herald

Anthony R. Wagner (1908–1995)

York Herald

Aubrey John Toppin, MVO (1881–1969)

Chester Herald

John Dunamace Heaton-Armstrong, MVO (1888–1967)

Lancaster Herald

Archibald George Blomefield Russell, CVO (1879–1955)

Bearers of the Regalia and Great Officers of State

Regalia
Saint Edward's Staff

borne by James Heathcote-Drummond-Willoughby, 3rd Earl of Ancaster TD (1907–1983),

his coronet carried by his page,
George John Aird (born 1940)

The Sceptre with the Cross

borne by Marshal of the Royal Air Force Charles Frederick Algernon Portal, 1st Viscount Portal of Hungerford KG GCB OM DSO MC (1893–1971),

his coronet carried by his page,
Winston Spencer-Churchill (1940–2010)

a Golden Spur

borne by Richard Francis Roger Yarde-Buller, 4th Baron Churston (1910–1991),

his coronet carried by his page,
the Honourable William Grosvenor (born 1942)[13]

a Golden Spur

borne by Albert Edward Delaval Astley, 21st Baron Hastings (1882–1956),

his coronet carried by his page,
Philip Gurdon (born 1940)

The Sword of Temporal Justice, or Third Sword

borne by Walter Montagu Douglas Scott, 8th Duke of Buccleuch, 10th Duke of Queensberry KT GCVO (1894–1973),

his coronet carried by his page,
Charles John Dawnay (born 1938)[14]

Curtana

borne by Hugh Percy, 10th Duke of Northumberland (1914–1988),

his coronet carried by his page,
Edward Elwes

The Sword of Spiritual Justice, or Second Sword

borne by Alexander Frederic Douglas-Home, 14th Earl of Home (1903–1995),

his coronet carried by his page,
David Alexander Cospatrick Douglas-Home, Lord Dunglass (1943–2022)

English Kings of Arms, Black Rod and the Lord Mayor of London
Norroy and Ulster King of Arms

Sir Gerald Woods Wollaston KCB KCVO (1874–1957)

Clarenceux King of Arms

Sir Arthur William Steuart Cochrane KCVO (1872–1954)

The Lord Mayor of London
bearing the Crystal Sceptre

Sir Rupert de la Bère (1893–1978)

Garter Principal King of Arms

Sir George Rothe Bellew CVO (1899–1993)

The Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod

Lieutenant-General Sir Brian Gwynne Horrocks KCB KBE DSO MC (1895–1985)

The Great Officers of State and the Sword of State
The Lord Great Chamberlain

George Horatio Charles Cholmondeley, 5th Marquess of Cholmondeley (1883–1968)

his coronet carried by his page
Nicholas James Christopher Lowther, 2nd Viscount Ullswater (born 1942)

The Lord High Steward of Ireland

John George Charles Henry Alton Alexander Chetwynd-Talbot, 21st Earl of Shrewsbury (1914–1980)

his coronet carried by his page
John Chetwynd-Talbot (born 1941)[15]

The High Constable of Scotland

Gilbert Allan Rowland Boyd, 6th Baron Kilmarnock MBE (1903–1975)

standing proxy for
Diana Hay, 23rd Countess of Erroll (1926–1978)

his coronet carried by his page
Robin Jordan Boyd (born 1941)

The Great Steward of Scotland

David Alexander Robert Lindsay The Earl of Crawford and Balcarres GBE (1900–1975)

standing proxy for The Duke of Rothesay (known outside Scotland as The Duke of Cornwall) (born 1948);

his coronet carried by his page,
Thomas Richard Lindsay (born 1937)

The Earl Marshal

Bernard Marmaduke Fitzalan-Howard, 16th Duke of Norfolk KG GCVO (1908–1975),

attended by his two pages,
Duncan Henry Davidson (born 1941) and

the Honourable James Reginald Drummond (born 1938)

The Sword of State

borne by Robert Arthur James Gascoyne-Cecil, 5th Marquess of Salisbury KG (1893–1972) his coronet carried by his page,
William Hugh Amherst Cecil (1940–2009)

The Lord High Constable of England

Field Marshal Alan Francis Brooke, Viscount Alanbrooke KG GCB OM DSO (1883–1963)

attended by his two pages,
Henry Neville Lindley Keswick (born 1938) and

Charles Anthony Selby McCreery (born 1942)

Regalia
Sceptre with the Dove

borne by Frederick Charles Gordon-Lennox, Duke of Richmond and Gordon (1904–1989)

his coronet carried by his page
Simon Warley Frederick Benton Jones (1941–2016)

St. Edward's Crown

borne by the Lord High Steward
Admiral of the Fleet Andrew Browne Cunningham, Viscount Cunningham of Hyndhope KT GCB OM DSO (1883–1963),

attended by his two pages,
Julian Alexander Ludovic James (born 1939) and Martin Brett

The Orb

borne by Field Marshal Harold Rupert Leofric George Alexander, 1st Earl Alexander of Tunis KG GCB CSI DSO MC (1891–1969)

his coronet carried by his page
the Honourable Brian James Alexander (born 1939)

The Bible and Altar Plate
The Paten

borne by the Bishop of London, The Right Reverend John William Charles Wand (1885–1977)

The Bible

borne by the Bishop of Norwich, The Right Reverend Percy Mark Herbert (1885–1968)

The Chalice

borne by the Bishop of Winchester, The Right Reverend Alwyn Terrell Petre Williams (1888–1968)

The Queen

The Queen and Her Attendants
The Clerk of the Cheque and Adjutant

Lieutenant-Colonel the Honourable Osbert Vesey CMG CBE (1884–1957)

The Bishop of Bath and Wells

The Right Reverend Harold William Bradfield (1898–1960)

The Queen
in Her Royal Robe of crimson Velvet, trimmed with Ermine and bordered with Gold Lace
Wearing the Collar of the Garter; on Her Head a Diadem of precious Stones
The Bishop of Durham The Right Reverend Arthur Michael Ramsey (1904–1988)
The Lieutenant of the Gentlemen-at-Arms

Brigadier General Sir Harvey Kearsley KCVO CMG DSO (1880–1956)

Ten Gentlemen-at-Arms Ten Gentlemen-at-Arms
Her Majesty's Train borne by
The Mistress of the Robes

Mary Cavendish, Dowager Duchess of Devonshire (1895–1988)
assisted by the Maids of Honour:

Lady Jane Antonia Frances Vane-Tempest-Stewart (born 1932) Lady Mary Baillie-Hamilton (1934–2022)
Lady Anne Veronica Coke (born 1932) Lady Nancy Jane Marie Heathcote-Drummond-Willoughby (born 1934)
Lady Moyra Kathleen Hamilton (1930–2020)[16] Lady Rosemary Mildred Spencer-Churchill (born 1929)
the coronet of the Mistress of the Robes carried by her page,


Peregrine Cavendish, Marquess of Hartington (born 1944)

The Groom of the Robes

Captain Sir Harold Campbell KCVO DSO RN (1888–1969)

Ladies of the Bedchamber
(Ann) Fortune FitzRoy, Countess of Euston (1920–2021) Elizabeth Mary Coke, Countess of Leicester (1912–1985)
Women of the Bedchamber
Lady Alice Egerton (1923–1977) Lady Margaret Hay (Lady Margaret Katherine Seymour) (1918–1975)
Mrs. Alexander Abel Smith (Henriette Alice Cadogan) DCVO (1914–2005) Mrs. Andrew Elphinstone (Jean Frances Hambro) (1923–2017)
Other Members of the Royal Household
The Vice-Admiral of the United Kingdom

Admiral Sir Martin Eric Dunbar-Nasmith VC KCB (1883–1965)

The Master of the Horse

Henry Hugh Arthur Somerset, 10th Duke of Beaufort KG GCVO (1900–1984)

his coronet carried by his page,
Reuben Charles Harford

The Gold-Stick-in-Waiting

Major-General Sir Richard Granville Hylton Howard-Vyse KCMG DSO (1883–1962)

The Captain General of the Queen's Bodyguard for Scotland
(the Royal Company of Archers) and Gold Stick for Scotland

John James Hamilton Dalrymple, 12th Earl of Stair KT DSO (1879–1961),

his coronet carried by his page,
Archibald George, Lord Montgomerie (1939–2018)

The Rear-Admiral of the United Kingdom

Admiral Sir Percy Lockhart Harnam Noble GBE KCB CVO (1880–1955)

Lord in Waiting

John Scott, 4th Earl of Eldon KCVO (1899–1976)

his coronet carried by his page,
Simon Peter Scott (1939–2009)

The Captain of the Queen's Bodyguard of the Yeomen of the Guard

William Onslow, 6th Earl of Onslow MC TD (1913–1971),

his coronet carried by his page,
Michael John Hare (1938–2018)

The Keeper of Her Majesty's Privy Purse

Charles George Vivian Tryon, 2nd Baron Tryon KCVO DSO (1906–1976),

his coronet carried by his page,
the Honourable Anthony Tryon (1940–2018)

The Private Secretary to the Queen

Alan Frederick "Tommy" Lascelles GCB GCVO CMG MC (1887–1981)

The Crown Equerry

Colonel Sir Dermot McMorrough Kavanagh GCVO (1890–1958)

The Comptroller, Lord Chamberlain's Office

Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Terence Nugent GCVO MC (1895–1973)

Equerry to the Queen

Group Captain Peter Townsend CVO DSO DFC (1914–1995)

Equerry to the Queen

Major Sir Michael Edward Adeane KCVO CB (1910–1984)

Equerry to the Queen

Captain Edward John Spencer, Viscount Althorp (1924–1992)

Equerry to the Queen

Captain Patrick Terence William Span Plunket, 7th Baron Plunket (1923–1975),

his coronet carried by his page,
Sheridan Frederick Terence Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, 5th Marquess of Dufferin and Ava (1938–1988)

The Field-Officer-in-Brigade Waiting

Colonel Thomas Foley Churchill Winnington MBE (1910–1999)

The Silver-Stick-in-Waiting

Colonel Edward John Sutton Ward MVO MC (1909–1990)

The Clerk of the Cheque and Adjutant of the Yeomen of the Guard

Lieutenant-Colonel Ralph Charles Bingham DSO (1885–1977)

The Lieutenant of the Yeomen of the Guard

Sir Allan Henry Shafto Adair, 6th Baronet CB DSO MC (1897–1988)

Twelve Yeomen of the Queen's Bodyguard of the Yeomen of the Guard

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The London Gazette, no. 40020 of 20 November 1953, pp. 6238 ff.

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