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Dukedom

Murder

Treason

  • 1400: John Holland, 1st Duke of Exeter, before being executed due to the Epiphany Rising, title forfeit for the Duke of Gloucester's murder.
  • 1400: Thomas Holland, 1st Duke of Surrey, before being executed due to the Epiphany Rising, title forfeit for the Duke of Gloucester's murder.
  • 1425 Murdoch Stewart, 2nd Duke of Albany, before being executed.
  • 1461: Henry Beaufort, 3rd Duke of Somerset, had it restored in 1463 and was then executed for treason in 1464.
  • 1478: George Plantagenet, 1st Duke of Clarence, before being executed.
  • 1483: Henry Stafford, 2nd Duke of Buckingham, before being executed.
  • 1523: Edward Stafford, 3rd Duke of Buckingham, he was executed in 1521 for treason but didn't forfeit his titles till 1523, two years after his death.
  • 1552: Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset, before being executed.
  • 1553: John Dudley, 1st Duke of Northumberland, before being executed.
  • 1553: Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk, 3rd Marquess of Dorset, before being executed.
  • 1567: James Hepburn, 1st Duke of Orkney, stripped of his titles by an Act of Parliament.
  • 1572: Thomas Howard, 4th Duke of Norfolk, before being executed.
  • 1685: James Scott, 1st Duke of Monmouth, before being executed. Was the illegitimate son of Charles II and Lucy Walter

Poverty

  • 1478: George Neville, 1st Duke of Bedford, deprived of the title by Act of Parliament, ostensibly for lack of money to maintain the style of a Duke.

Battle

Disfavour

  • 1547: Thomas Howard, 1st Earl of Surrey, 2nd Duke of Norfolk, incurred the King's disfavour and so had his titles forfeited, but had them restored in 1553.

Title forfeited due to Jacobite rebellion

Titles Deprivation Act 1917

Marquessates

Treason

Degraded

Battle

Title forfeited due to Jacobite rebellion

Earldom

Treason

  • 1051: Swegen Godwinson, 1st Earl of Hereford
  • 1074: Roger de Breteuil, 2nd Earl of Hereford
  • 1074: Ralph de Guader, 2nd Earl of Norfolk and Suffolk
  • 1088: Odo, Earl of Kent
  • 1102: Robert of Bellême, 3rd Earl of Shrewsbury
  • 1106: William Fitz-Robert, 3rd Earl of Cornwall
  • 1106: Hugh de Beaumont, 1st Earl of Bedford
  • 1266: Robert de Ferrers, 6th Earl of Derby
  • 1323: Andrew Harclay, 1st Earl of Carlisle, was then executed.
  • 1326: Hugh le Despencer, 1st Earl of Winchester, was then executed.
  • 1330: Edmund of Woodstock, 1st Earl of Kent, was then executed.
  • 1330: Roger Mortimer, 1st Earl of March, was then executed.
  • 1399: William le Scrope, 1st Earl of Wiltshire, was then executed.
  • 1405: Henry Percy, 1st Earl of Northumberland, was then killed at the Battle of Bramham Moor.
  • 1435: George II, Earl of March
  • 1455: James Douglas, 9th Earl of Douglas and 3rd Earl of Avondale
  • 1455: Hugh Douglas, Earl of Ormonde, was then executed.
  • 1461: Thomas Courtenay, 6th Earl of Devon, was then executed.
  • 1469: Thomas Boyd, 1st Earl of Arran
  • 1471: John Courtenay, 7th Earl of Devon, was then executed.
  • 1499: Edward Plantagenet, 17th Earl of Warwick, was then executed.
  • 1540: Thomas Cromwell, 1st Earl of Essex, was then executed.
  • 1571: Charles Neville, 6th Earl of Westmorland
  • 1584: William Ruthven, 1st Earl of Gowrie, was then executed.
  • 1600: John Ruthven, 3rd Earl of Gowrie, killed whilst trying to kidnap King James VI.
  • 1601: James FitzGerald, 1st Earl of Desmond
  • 1612: Francis Stewart, 1st Earl of Bothwell
  • 1615: Patrick Stewart, 2nd Earl of Orkney, was then beheaded.

Epiphany Rising

  • 1400: John Montagu, 3rd Earl of Salisbury, was then executed by a mob.
  • 1400: Thomas le Despenser, 1st Earl of Gloucester, was then executed by a mob.

Battle

Title forfeit due to Jacobite rebellion

Viscount

Treason

  • James Eustace, 3rd Viscount Baltinglass

Title forfeit due to Jacobite rebellion

  • 1690: David Graham, 3rd Viscount Dundee, forfeit for his father's support of the Jacobite rebellion, after his father was killed in battle.
  • 1691: Theobald Dillon, 7th Viscount Dillon, was killed at the Battle of Aughrim.
  • 1691: Daniel O'Brien, 3rd Viscount Clare
  • 1691: Justin MacCarthy, Viscount Mountcashel
  • 1691: Valentine Browne, 1st Viscount Kenmare
  • 1691: Ulick Bourke, 1st Viscount Galway, was killed at the Battle of Aughrim.
  • 1715: William Gordon, 6th Viscount of Kenmure, following being found guilty of high treason and sentenced to death, he was then beheaded.
  • 1715: James Seton, 3rd Viscount of Kingston
  • 1746: James Drummond, de jure 5th Viscount Strathallan, forfeit for his father's support of the Jacobite rebellion, after his father was killed in battle.

Baron

Treason

  • 1484: William Crichton, 3rd Lord Crichton
  • 1488: John Ramsay, Lord Bothwell
  • 1545: John Lumley, 4th Baron Lumley, his son was apposed to the Dissolution of the Monasteries
  • 1549: Thomas Seymour, 1st Baron Seymour of Sudeley, was then executed.
  • 1691: Barnaby Fitzpatrick, 7th Baron Upper Ossory

Pilgrimage of Grace

Title forfeit due to Jacobite rebellion

  • 1698: Thomas Fraser, 10th Lord Lovat
  • 1715: Robert Balfour, 5th Lord Balfour of Burleigh
  • 1716: William Widdrington, 4th Baron Widdrington
  • 1746: Alexander Forbes, 4th Lord Forbes of Pitsligo
  • 1746: Charles Douglas, 5th Lord Mordington
  • 1746: Arthur Elphinstone, 6th Lord Balmerino, following being found guilty of high treason and sentenced to death, he was then beheaded.
  • 1747: Simon Fraser, 11th Lord Lovat, following being found guilty of high treason and sentenced to death, he was then beheaded.

Baronet

Title forfeit due to Jacobite rebellion

  • 1691: Sir Maurice Eustace, 1st Baronet
  • 1691: Sir John Fitzgerald, 2nd Baronet
  • 1691: Sir William Hurly, 3rd Baronet
  • 1691: Sir Randal Macdonnell, 3rd Baronet
  • 1691: Sir Daniel Dowdall of Athlumney, 3rd Baronet
  • 1691: Sir Daniel O'Neill, 3rd Baronet
  • 1691: Sir Patrick Trant, 2nd Baronet
  • 1691: Sir William Talbot, 3rd Baronet
  • 28 January 1697: Sir John Fenwick, 3rd Baronet, following being found guilty of high treason and sentenced to death after Jacobite Rebellion, he was then beheaded.
  • 1710: Sir Richard Kennedy, 4th Baronet
  • 1716: Sir George Home, 2nd Baronet
  • 1746: Sir Archibald Primrose, 2nd Baronet

Victoria Cross

  • 1861: Valentine Bambrick (awarded 1858), following his conviction for assault and theft of a comrade's medals.
  • 1861: Edward St John Daniel (awarded 1854?), following his conviction for desertion and evading court martial.
  • 1872: Michael Murphy (awarded 1858?), following his conviction for theft.
  • 1881: Thomas Lane (awarded 1860?), following his conviction for desertion and theft.
  • 1884: Frederick Corbett (awarded 1882?), following his conviction for embezzlement and theft from an officer.
  • 1895: James Collis (awarded 1881), following his conviction for bigamy.
  • ?: James McGuire (awarded 1858), following his conviction for stealing a cow.
  • ?: George Ravenhill (awarded 1901), following his conviction for theft.

Privy Council of the United Kingdom

The Right Honourable

  • 2 March 1687: Sir Thomas Chicheley, following his fall from favour.
  • January 1721: John Aislabie, following his conviction for corruption.
  • 13 December 1921: Sir Edgar Speyer, 1st Baronet, for pro-German activities during the First World War.
  • 8 June 2011: Elliot Morley, after being convicted due to the United Kingdom parliamentary expenses scandal.
  • 4 February 2013: Chris Huhne, following his conviction for perverting the course of justice.
  • 8 October 2013: Denis MacShane, after resigning from the House of Commons due to submitting false invoices with regard to the United Kingdom parliamentary expenses scandal.

Order of the Garter

KG

  • 1915: HM Wilhelm II of Germany, following the start of WW1.
  • 1915: HM Franz Joseph I of Austria, following the start of WW1; Also stripped of his GCVO.
  • 1915: HRH Prince Heinrich of Prussia, following the start of WW1.
  • 1915: HRH Ernest Louis, Grand Duke of Hesse, following the start of WW1.
  • 1915: HRH Frederick William Victor Augustus Ernest, Crown Prince Imperial of Germany, following the start of WW1.
  • 1915: HRH Ernest Augustus, Crown Prince of Hanover, following the start of WW1 and was also stripped of his British titles of Duke of Cumberland and Teviotdale, Earl of Armagh and a Prince of the United Kingdom.
  • 1915: HRH Charles Edward, Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, following the start of WW1 and was also stripped of his British titles of Duke of Albany, Earl of Clarence, Baron Arklow and a Prince of the United Kingdom.
  • 1915: HRH Wilhelm II, King of Württemberg, following the start of WW1.

Order of the Bath

KB

GCB

  • 1816: Eyre Coote (appointed 1815)[citation needed]
  • 1940: Benito Mussolini (1883–1945) (appointed 1923), after Italy's declaration of war against the Allies.
  • 1989: Nicolae Ceauşescu (stripped of his honorary GCB by Queen Elizabeth II on the day before Ceauşescu's execution)
  • 2008: Robert Gabriel Mugabe (appointed 1994, but on 25 June 2008, Queen Elizabeth II cancelled and annulled the honorary GCB after advice from the Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom)

CB

  • 1975: William George Pottinger (appointed 1972), following his conviction for corruptly receiving gifts from the architect John Poulson (CVO also revoked)[1]
  • 2013: Vicky Pryce (appointed 2009), following her conviction for conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.[citation needed]

Order of St Michael and St George

GCMG

  • 1931: Owen Philipps, 1st Baron Kylsant, for fraud for issuing a misleading stock prospectus; also stripped of his KStJ.

CMG

  • 1880: James Craig Loggie[2] following his conviction for "embezzlement and misappropriation of money"[3]

The Royal Victorian Order

GCVO

KCVO

CVO

  • 1975: William George Pottinger (appointed 1953),[5] following his conviction for corruptly receiving gifts from the architect, John Poulson (CB also revoked)[1]

MVO

  • 2004: Cyril Littlewood (appointed 2001), following his conviction for sexual abuse (MBE also revoked).[6]
  • 2007: Michael Joseph Delaney (appointed 2005)[7]

Order of the Indian Empire

CIE

Knight Bachelor

  • 1916: Roger Casement, following his conviction for treason and was subsequently hanged; also stripped of his CMG.
  • 1918: Joseph Jonas, after being convicted of a misdemeanour[9] as a result of the anti-German sentiments in Britain at the time because of the First World War. (His crime had been discussions with a potential German customer in 1913, a year before the war.) In addition, his British citizenship was revoked but he was not deported.
  • 1980: Joseph Kagan, Baron Kagan, following his conviction for theft.
  • 1991: Jack Lyons (appointed 1967) following his conviction for fraud; also stripped of his CBE. [70]
  • 1993: Terry Lewis, after being convicted of 16 counts of perjury, corruption, and forgery. Also stripped of his George Medal, Churchill Fellowship, Queen's Police Medal, Australian National Medal and OBE.
  • 2012: Fred Goodwin, after widespread criticism of his conduct as Chief Executive of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group.
  • 2013: James Crosby, after widespread criticism of his conduct as Chief Executive of Halifax Bank

Order of the British Empire

Number of revocations
Class Number
KBE 1
DBE 1
CBE 10
OBE 30
MBE 72
Total 114

KBE

  • 1980: Albert Royle Henry (appointed 1974), following his conviction for electoral fraud.[10]

DBE

  • 2011: Jean Else (appointed 2001), following a General Teaching Council misconduct hearing banning her from running a school.[11]

CBE

  • 1921: Lieutenant-Colonel Basil John Blenkinsop Coulson (appointed 1920)[12][13]
  • 1940: Vidkun Abraham Lauritz Jonssøn Quisling (appointed 1929), following his collaboration with Nazi Germany in the occupation of Norway.
  • 1967: Thomas Chambers Windsor Roe (appointed 1953),[14] following his conviction in Switerzland for fraud[15]
  • 1975: John Alan Maudsley (appointed 1970),[16] following his conviction for bribary[17]
  • 1977: George Wilfred Newman (appointed 1966) [18] following his conviction for corruption[19]
  • 1990: Edmund Alexander Rouse (appointed 1987) following his conviction for bribery.[20][21]
  • 2000: John Kevin Ashcroft (appointed 1989) following his conviction for breach of fiduciary duties.[22][23]
  • 2001: Cllr Frederick Emery-Wallis (appointed 1999), following his conviction for sexual abuse.[24]
  • 2005: (William) James "Jim" Speechley (appointed 1992) following his conviction for misconduct in a public office.[25]
  • 2012: Edward John Roberts (appointed 1993) following his conviction for sexual abuse.[26]
  • 2013: Chief Fire Officer Francis John Sheehan (appointed 2008) after being cautioned for making indecent images of children.[27][28]

OBE

  • 1921: Lieutenant-Colonel Cecil Malone MP (appointed 1919), following his conviction under the Defence of the Realm (Acquisition of Land) Act 1920[29]
  • 1922: Captain Reginald Stuart Lindsell (appointed 1919),[30] following his dismisal from the Army by a General Courtmartial.[31]
  • 1922: Captain Arthur Henry Jolliffe (appointed 1919),[30] having been cashiered and sentenced to imprisonment by a General Courtmartial.[31]
  • 1922: John Stuart Broadbent (appointed 1919 when a Captain in the Royal Army Medical Corps) following a civil conviction.[31]
  • 1924: Major Hugh Lidwell Flack (appointed 1919)[32]
  • 1924: Frank Carlyle Kieller Mitchell (appointed 1918)[33]
  • 1925: Ernest Brooks (appointed 1920) also stripped of his British Empire Medal [34]
  • 1926: Lieutenant-Colonel James Christie (appointed 1919) [35]
  • 1944: Major Edward James Selby (appointed 1919) [36]
  • 1947: Lieutenant-Colonel Philip Henry Tedman (appointed 1945) [37]
  • 1947: Lieutenant-Colonel William Stewart (appointed 1945) [38]
  • 1949: Squadron Leader Hugh Murray (appointed 1944) [39]
  • 1949: Man Wai Wong (appointed 1947), following his conviction for outlawry in Malaya.[40]
  • 1950: Colonel Louis Pedretti (appointed 1944) [41] having been cashiered and sentenced to three-years in prison for corruption by a general courtmartial, he receieved bribes totalling £8,500 from Egyptian contractors.[42]
  • 1950: Wing Commander Alan Lennox Thomson Naish (appointed 1946),[43] following bankruptcy.[44]
  • 1954: Wing Commander John Hutton (appointed 1946) [45]
  • 1961: Stephen Mackenzie (appointed 1949) [46]
  • 1965: Kim Philby (appointed 1946), following his conviction for being a double agent.[47]
  • 1966: William Gordon Tong (appointed 1960),[48] following conviction and being sentenced to two-years in prision for obtaining money by false pretences and obtaining credit by fraud.[49]
  • 1979: David Tempest (appointed 1969) [50]
  • 1979: Colonel Frank Percival Nurdin (appointed 1969) [51]
  • 1988: Lester Piggott (appointed 1975), following his conviction for tax fraud.[52]
  • 1993: George Walter Hodgson (appointed 1983) [53]
  • 1994: James Taylor (appointed 1982) [54]
  • 1995: Commander Anthony Leslie Horton (appointed 1989) [55]
  • 1997: Richard Stuart Lines (appointed 1990) following his conviction for fraud.[56][57]
  • 2001: Philippe Le Roux (appointed 1990), following his conviction under the Financial Services Act 1986.[58][59]
  • 2001: Robin David Peverett (appointed 1995) following his conviction for child abuse.[60][61]
  • 2001: Dr John Roylance (appointed 1994), following his conviction by the General Medical Council for serious professional misconduct.[62][63]
  • 2005: Edward "Eddie" Aldridge (appointed 1996) following his conviction for fraud.[64]
  • 2006: Dennis Edward Grant (appointed 1984), following his conviction for sexual abuse.[65]
  • 2013: Michael C. Brewer (appointed 1995), following his conviction for indecent assault.[28]
  • 2013: Stuart Hall (appointed 2012), following his conviction for indecent assault.[citation needed]

MBE

  • 1921: Lieutenant Ernest Middleton (appointed 1919)[66]
  • 1921: Harry William John Wilkinson (appointed 1919)[67]
  • 1921: Shakar Khan (appointed 1919)[68]
  • 1922: Lieutenant James George Annand Forbes (appointed 1919)[69]
  • 1922: Captain John Stuart Broadbent (appointed 1919)[70]
  • 1922: Captain Ernest Robert Powell (appointed 1918)[69]
  • 1923: Major Edward Seymour Odell (appointed 1919)[71]
  • 1923: Major Ernest Frederick Strachan (appointed 1919)[72]
  • 1923: Lieutenant John Morgan Knight (appointed 1919)[73]
  • 1923: Richard Williamson (appointed 1918)[74]
  • 1924: Major Charles James Napier (appointed 1919)[32]
  • 1924: Captain Douglas McLaren (appointed 1918)[75]
  • 1925: Leicester Philip Sydney (appointed 1920) [76]
  • 1925: Captain Arthur Nowell Broad (appointed 1919) [77]
  • 1925: James Alexander Webster (appointed 1920) [71]
  • 1926: Captain Michael John Hanney (appointed 1919) [78]
  • 1929: Edward Albert Rix (appointed 1926) [79]
  • 1929: Lee Peck Hock (appointed 1923) [80]
  • 1930: Francis George Clarkson (appointed 1918) [81]
  • 1936: Frank Jago Munford (appointed 1918) [82]
  • 1937: Deputy Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Police[83] William Ewart Gladstone Trigg (appointed 1918), also stripped of his King's Police Medal[84]
  • 1944: Robert Hutchison (appointed 1940) [85]
  • 1944: Captain Edwin Illirgworth (appointed 1943) [86]
  • 1949: Major Frank Reuben Williams (appointed 1944) [87]
  • 1949: Warrant Officer James Walter McDowell Day (appointed 1944) [88]
  • 1949: Thomas Steele Dolan (appointed 1945) [89]
  • 1949: Fredreick Donald Reiffer (appointed 1945) [89]
  • 1950: Captain Francis Joseph Fone (appointed 1949) [90]
  • 1950: Major William Jardine Barnish (appointed 1945) was also stripped of his Territorial Efficiency Medal with two clasps.[91]
  • 1950: Captain Robert Charles Deboice Douglas (appointed 1947) [92]
  • 1950: Flight sergeant George Lofthouse (appointed 1945) was also stripped of two Mentioned in Despatches [93]
  • 1951: Flight Lieutenant John Edward Parr (appointed 1949) [94]
  • 1951: Major Emanuel Saphir (appointed 1945) [95]
  • 1951: Captain Frank Peter Edwards (appointed 1944) [96]
  • 1952: Major Frederick George Percy Hicks (appointed 1943) [97]
  • 1952: Major Kenneth Frank Morrill (appointed 1945) [98]
  • 1952: Captain Otto Nyquist (appointed 1946) [99]
  • 1952: Captain John Musgrave King (appointed 1946) [100]
  • 1955: Major Russell William Hatch (appointed 1945) [101]
  • 1956: Harry Holliday (appointed 1954) [102]
  • 1956: Captain Arthur James Britnell (appointed 1950) [103]
  • 1956: Major Frank William White (appointed 1944) [104]
  • 1958: Warrant Officer Class 1 Lionel Henry Bryson (appointed 1950) [105]
  • 1962: Hugh Hickman (appointed 1949) [106]
  • 1963: Lieutenant-Colonel John Sydney Noel Pounds (appointed 1949) [107]
  • 1965: Captain William Henry Eardley (appointed 1954) [108]
  • 1966: William Alexander McConnach (appointed 1952)[109]
  • 1967: Captain Leslie Gordon Creighton (appointed 1951)[110]
  • 1968: Lieutenant-Colonel Jack Constable Price Rowe (appointed 1943) [111]
  • 1969: Wing Commander Henry Lyons Webb (appointed 1959) [112]
  • 1969: Oliver Alfred Sidney Cutts (appointed 1963) [113]
  • 1973: Lieutenant Commander Leslie Albert Shipp (appointed 1972) [114]
  • 1975: William Spens, 2nd Baron Spens (appointed 1954), following his conviction for theft.[115]
  • 1980: Cllr Graham Griffiths (appointed 1970)[116]
  • 1986: Margaret Crowfoot (appointed 1977) [117]
  • 1986: Arthur Gerald Lee (appointed 1983).[118]
  • 1987: Major Peter John Darrington (appointed 1984), following his sentencing by Court Martial.[119]
  • 1989: Edward Rutledge (appointed 1987) [120]
  • 1994: John Hanna Napier (appointed 1991) [121]
  • 1996: William John Johnston (appointed 1991) [122]
  • 1996: David Hardman (appointed 1994) [123]
  • 1996: Frederick Alwyn Oliver Jones (appointed 1994) [124]
  • 1997: Stanley Lewis Brown(appointed 1982), following his conviction for sexual abuse.[125][126]
  • 2000: Squadron Leader Brian Lawrence Trood (appointed 1991), following his conviction for sexual assault.[127][72]
  • 2001: Cyril Albert Broom (appointed 1996) [128]
  • 2002: Philip Douglas Taylor (appointed 2000), following his conviction for sexual assault.[129]
  • 2004: Cyril Littlewood (appointed 1971), following his conviction for sexual abuse (MVO also revoked).[130][131]
  • 2006: Trevor Richardson (appointed 1998), following his conviction for child abuse [132]
  • 2006: Gordon Crearer Fulton Scott (appointed 1998), following his conviction for possession of child pornography.[133][134]
  • 2006: Jamnadas Virji Sudra (appointed 1996), following his conviction for sexual assault.[135][136]
  • 2006: Flight Lieutenant Michael Eke (appointed 2003), following his conviction for theft and deception.[137]
  • 2006: Naseem Hamed (appointed 1999), following his conviction for dangerous driving.[138]
  • 2008: Warrant Officer Class 2 Nicholas Charles McKeown (appointed 1997), following his conviction for possession of child pornography.[139][140]
  • 2009: Hooman Ghalamkari (appointed 11 June 2005), following conviction on charges of false accounting and theft of prescriptions relating to the pharmacy he ran.[141][142]
  • 2009: Peter Thomas Cornwell (appointed 2003).[143]
  • 2011: Henry Charles Day (appointed 2003).[144]
  • 2012: Dr. Roselle Anotine (appointed 2005) following her conviction for conning foreign students into handing over thousands of pounds for bogus qualifications.[145]
  • 2012: Professor Charles Powys-Butler (appointed 2005) following his conviction for fraudulently claiming almost £150,000 in expenses from the NHS.[145]
  • 2012: Ian John McClure (appointed 2000) following his conviction for child molestation.[145]
  • 2013: David Bradley (appointed 2007) after was found guilty of unacceptable professional conduct.[28]

British Empire Medal

  • 1951: Leonard Albert Smith (awarded 1947)[146]
  • 1966: Norman Frederick Hemmings (awarded 1960)[147]
  • 1980: Frederick Thomas Jolley (awarded 1974)[116]
  • 1996: Sidney Charles Williamson Longstaffe (awarded 1989)[148]
  • 2000: Ernest Robert Donald (awarded 1985), following his conviction for sexual abuse.[22][149]
  • 2001: Jim Rendall (awarded 1990) following his conviction for fraud.[150][151]

Volunteer Officers' Decoration

  • 1896: Frederick Walter Roberts[152]
  • 1898: Captain and Honorary Major Alexander Hay[153]
  • 1899: Lieutenant-Colonel and Honorary Colonel George Raymond Birt, following his conviction for fraud.[154][155]
  • 1902: Captain and Honorary Major Richard Lewis[156]

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