1838 Coronation Honours

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Coronation portrait of Queen Victoria

The 1838 Coronation Honours were appointments by Queen Victoria to various orders and honours on the occasion of her coronation on 28 June 1838. The honours were published in The London Gazette on 20 July and 24 July 1838.[1][2][3]

The recipients of honours are displayed here as they were styled before their new honour, and arranged by honour, with classes (Knight, Knight Grand Cross, etc.) and then divisions (Military, Civil, etc.) as appropriate.

United Kingdom and British Empire[edit]

Knight Bachelor[edit]

The Most Honourable Order of the Bath[edit]

Civilian star of the Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath

Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath (GCB)[edit]

Military Division[edit]
Civil Division[edit]

Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath (KCB)[edit]

Military Division[edit]
Army
East India Company
  • Major-General John Rose CB of the Bengal Infantry
  • Major-General Thomas Corsellis CB of the Bombay Infantry
  • Major-General William Richards CB of the Bengal Infantry
  • Major-General Thomas Whitehead CB of the Bengal Infantry
  • Major-General John Doveton CB of the Madras Cavalry
  • Major-General David Foulis CB of the Madras Cavalry
  • Major-General Sir Thomas Anburey Kt CB of the Bengal Engineers

Companion of the Order of the Bath (CB)[edit]

Military Division[edit]
Royal Navy
Army
  • Colonel William Wood, 41st foot
  • Colonel William Warre. Unattached
  • Colonel George C. D'Aguilar, Unattached, Deputy Adjutant-General in Ireland
  • Colonel Henry Sullivan, 6th Foot
  • Colonel Stephen A. Goodman, 48th Foot
  • Colonel Edward Wynyard, unattached
  • Colonel George Brown, Rifle Brigade
  • Colonel Charles Edward Conyers, Inspecting Field Officer
  • Colonel James Allan, 57th Foot
  • Colonel David Forbes, 78th Foot
  • Colonel Henry Adolphus Proctor, 6th Foot
  • Colonel Edward Parkinson, 11th Foot
  • Colonel Thomas Francis Wade, Unattached
  • Colonel Richard Egerton, Unattached
  • Colonel William Chalmers, 57th Foot
  • Colonel Chatham Horace Churchill, 31st Foot, Quartermaster-General in India
  • Colonel James Grant, 23d Foot
  • Colonel Thomas William Taylor, Lieutenant-Governor, Royal Military College
  • Colonel John Morillyon Wilson, 77th Foot
  • Colonel Thomas Willshire, 2nd Foot
  • Colonel Henry Oglander, 26th Foot
  • Colonel Edward Fleming, Inspecting Field Officer
  • Colonel Philip Bainbridge, Assistant Quartermaster-General
  • Colonel Sempronius Stretton, 84th Foot
  • Colonel Thomas E. Napier, Chasseurs Britanniques
  • Colonel Nathaniel Thorn, Assistant Quartermaster-General
  • Colonel William Henry Sewell, 31st Foot, Deputy Quartermaster-General in India
  • Colonel Joseph Thackwell, 3rd Dragoons
  • Colonel Alexander Macdonald, Royal Artillery
  • Colonel Sir William L. Herries, Unattached
  • Colonel Thomas Staunton St. Clair, Unattached
  • Colonel George William Paty, 94th Foot
  • Colonel Thomas James Wemyss, 99th Foot
  • Colonel Robert Burd Gabriel, 2nd Dragoons
  • Colonel William Rowan, Unattached
  • Colonel James Shaw Kennedy, Unattached
  • Colonel George Leigh Goldie, 11th Foot
  • Colonel George Couper, Unattached
  • Colonel Henry Rainey, Unattached
  • Colonel the Honourable Charles Gore, Deputy Quartermaster-General in Canada
  • Colonel Griffith George Lewis, Royal Engineers
  • Colonel George Judd Harding, Royal Engineers
  • Lieutenant-Colonel John Gurwood, Unattached
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Walter Frederick O'Reilly, Royal African Corps
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Kennedy Clark, 7th Dragoon Guards
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Edward T. Michell, Royal Artillery
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Blanchard, Royal Engineers
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Dyneley, Royal Artillery
  • Lieutenant-Colonel William Reid, Royal Engineers
  • Lieutenant-Colonel William Bolden Dundas, Royal Artillery
  • Lieutenant-Colonel John Neave Wells, Royal Engineers
  • Lieutenant-Colonel William Brereton, Royal Artillery
  • Lieutenant-Colonel John Owen, Royal Marines
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Cornwallis Dansey, Royal Artillery
East India Company
  • Colonel William Turner, of the Bombay Cavalry
  • Colonel William Hull, of the Bombay Infantry
  • Colonel Sir James Limond Kt of the Madras Artillery
  • Colonel William Sandwith, of the Bombay Infantry
  • Colonel James F. Salter, of the Bombay Infantry
  • Colonel Henry George Andrew Taylor, of the Madras Infantry
  • Colonel Herbert Bowen, of the Bengal Infantry
  • Colonel F. S. T. Johnstone, of the Bengal Cavalry
  • Colonel Sir Robert Cunliffe Bt of the Bengal Infantry
  • Colonel Peter de la Motte, of the Bombay Cavalry
  • Colonel Edward Frederick, of the Bombay Infantry
  • Colonel James Kennedy, of the Bengal Cavalry
  • Colonel Sir Jeremiah Bryant Kt of the Bengal Infantry
  • Colonel Edmund F. Waters, of the Bengal Infantry
  • Colonel William S. Whish, of the Bengal Artillery
  • Colonel William Battine, of the Bengal Artillery
  • Colonel Archibald Galloway, of the Bengal Infantry
  • Colonel Lechmere Russell, of the Bombay Artillery
  • Colonel Robert Home, of the Madras Infantry
  • Lieutenant-Colonel James H. Frith, of the Madras Artillery
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Cock, of the Bengal Infantry
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Herbert, of the Madras Infantry
  • Lieutenant-Colonel John Morgan, of the Madras Infantry
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Josiah Stewart, of the Madras Infantry
  • Lieutenant-Colonel William Williamson, of the Madras Infantry
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Hall, of the Bengal Infantry
  • Lieutenant-Colonel John Cheape, of the Bengal Engineers
  • Lieutenant-Colonel John Low, of the Madras Infantry
  • Lieutenant-Colonel John Colvin, of the Bengal Engineers
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Tulloch, of the Madras Infantry
  • Lieutenant-Colonel S. W. Steel, of the Madras Infantry
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Joseph Orchard, of the Bengal Infantry
  • Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Graham, of the Bengal Artillery
  • Major John Herring, of the Bengal Infantry
  • Major Edward A. Campbell, of the Bengal Cavalry
  • Major P. Montgomerie, of the Madras Artillery
  • Major W. J. Butterworth, of the Madras Infantry
  • Major John Purton, of the Madras Engineers
  • Major John Cameron, of the Madras Infantry
  • Major Thomas Lumsden, of the Bengal Artillery
  • Major Thomas Timbrell, of the Bengal Artillery

References[edit]

  1. ^ "No. 19637". The London Gazette. 20 July 1838. pp. 1639–1640. 
  2. ^ "No. 19638". The London Gazette. 20 July 1838. pp. 1659–1660. 
  3. ^ "No. 19639". The London Gazette. 24 July 1838. p. 1666. 
  4. ^ Burke, John (1852). A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire. Colburn & Company. Retrieved 23 August 2016.