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This is a list of full generals in the British Army since 1707. The rank of general (or full general to distinguish it from the lower general officer ranks) is the highest rank currently achievable by serving officers in the British Army. It ranks above lieutenant-general and below field marshal which is now only awarded as an honorary rank.

Promoted Name Born Died Notes
1 October 1877[1] James Abbott 1807 1896 Indian Army. Promoted while on the retired list.
1772 James Abercrombie 1706 1781
1802 Robert Abercromby of Airthrey 1740 1827
1846 Adam, FrederickFrederick Adam 1781 1853
1942[2] Sir Ronald Forbes Adam, 2nd Baronet 1885 1982
1884 Adye, John MillerJohn Miller Adye 1819 1900
1871 Airey, Richard Airey, 1st BaronRichard Airey, 1st Baron Airey 1803 1881
1987[3] Sir John Akehurst 1930 2007
1772 Albemarle, George Keppel, 3rd Earl ofGeorge Keppel, 3rd Earl of Albemarle 1724 1772
1874 Albemarle, George Keppel, 6th Earl ofGeorge Keppel, 6th Earl of Albemarle 1799 1891
1942 Sir Harold Alexander 1891 1969 Promoted to field marshal in 1944; later Viscount then Earl Alexander of Tunis
1889 Sir Archibald Alison, 2nd Baronet 1826 1907
1917 Sir Edmund Allenby 1861 1936 Promoted to field marshal in 1919; later Viscount Allenby
1778 Amherst, Jeffery Amherst, 1st BaronJeffery Amherst, 1st Baron Amherst 1717 1797 Promoted to field marshal in 1796
1772 Ancaster and Kesteven, Peregrine Bertie, 3rd Duke ofPeregrine Bertie, 3rd Duke of Ancaster and Kesteven 1714 1778
1819 Anglesey, Henry Paget, 1st Marquess ofHenry Paget, 1st Marquess of Anglesey 1768 1854 promoted to field marshal in 1846
1965[4] Sir John D'Arcy Anderson 1908 1988
1949 Sir Kenneth Anderson 1891 1959
1837[5] Sir George Anson 1769 1849
1837[5] Sir William Anson, 1st Baronet 1769 1849
1864 Arbuthnot, Charles George JamesCharles George James Arbuthnot 1801 1870
1978[6] Sir John Archer 1924 1999
1711 Argyll, John Campbell, 2nd Duke ofJohn Campbell, 2nd Duke of Argyll 1678 1743 promoted to field marshal in 1736
1765 Argyll, John Campbell, 4th Duke ofJohn Campbell, 4th Duke of Argyll 1693 1770
1778 Argyll, John Campbell, 5th Duke ofJohn Campbell, 5th Duke of Argyll 1723 1806 promoted to field marshal in 1796
1940[7] Sir Clement Armitage 1881 1973
1814 Sir Charles Asgill, 2nd Baronet 1762 1823
1778 Ashe-à Court, WilliamWilliam Ashe-à Court 1708 1781
1940 Sir Claude Auchinleck 1884 1981 promoted to field marshal in 1946
1982 Sir Nigel Bagnall 1927 2002 promoted to field marshal in 1988
1814 Sir David Baird, 1st Baronet 1757 1829
1967 Sir Geoffrey Baker 1912 1980 promoted to field marshal in 1971
1946 Sir Evelyn Barker 1894 1983 promoted 15 November 1948 with seniority 3 October 1946[8]
1900[9] Sir George Barker 1833 1914
1851 Sir Andrew Barnard 1773 1855
1917 Sir Arthur Barrett 1857 1926 Indian Army. Promoted to field marshal in 1921
1937[10] Sir William Bartholomew 1877 1962
1977[11] Sir Hugh Beach 1923
1814 Sir George Beckwith 1753 1823
1777[12] Belford, WilliamWilliam Belford 1709 1780
1881 Henry Benson 1818 1892
1825 William Beresford, 1st Viscount Beresford 1768 1856
1854 Sir George Berkeley 1785 1857
1777[12] Lord Robert Bertie 1721 1782
1892 Sir Robert Biddulph 1835 1918
1877 Sir Thomas Myddelton Biddulph 1809 1878
1926 Sir Noel Birch 1865 1939
1917 William Birdwood, 1st Baron Birdwood 1865 1951 Promoted to field marshal on 20 March 1925.
1973 Sir Cecil Blacker 1916 2002 local rank, 18 June 1973;[13] substantive, 19 June, with seniority 18 April 1973[14]
1994 Sir Jeremy Blacker 1939 2005 local rank, 18 April 1994;[15] substantive, 13 June 1994[16]
1894[17] James Blair 1828 1905
20 June 1854 Sir Edward Blakeney 1778 1868 Promoted to field marshal on 9 November 1862.
19 July 1821 Sir Thomas Blomefield 1744 1822
1906 Sir Bindon Blood 1842 1940
1875 Sir John Bloomfield c. 1793 1880
1851 Sir Richard Bourke 1777 1855
1957[18] Bourne, Geoffrey Bourne, BaronGeoffrey Bourne, Baron Bourne 1902 1982
1854 Sir Edward Bowater 1787 1861
1793[19] Sir Robert Boyd c. 1710 1794
1899 Sir Henry Brackenbury 1837 1914 temporary rank while serving as Director-General of Ordnance
1926 Sir Walter Braithwaite 1865 1945
25 June 1976[20] Sir Edwin Bramall 1923 Substantive promotion to general on 25 June 1976 with seniority backdated to 15 May 1976. Promoted to field marshal on 1 January 1982. Later Baron Bramall.
1965 Sir Robert Bray 1908 1983
20 July 1940 Sir Alan Brooke 1883 1963 Promoted to acting general on 20 July 1940.[21] Substantive promotion to general on 7 May 1941.[22] Promoted to field marshal on 1 January 1944. Later Viscount Alanbrooke.
1856 Sir George Brown 1790 1865
1888 Sir Sam Browne 1824 1901
1953[23] Sir Nevil Brownjohn 1897 1973
1889 Sir Charles Brownlow 1831 1916 Promoted to field marshal on 20 June 1908.
1819 Sir Robert Brownrigg 1759 1833
1949[24] Sir Roy Bucher 1895 1980 honorary (ex-Indian Army)
4 May 1925[25] Sir Edward Bulfin 1862 1939
1896[26] Sir Redvers Buller 1839 1908
1983 Sir Edward Burgess 1927 promoted 16 July 1984 with seniority 15 September 1983[27]
5 September 1855 Sir John Burgoyne 1782 1871 Promoted to field marshal on 1 January 1868.
1 October 1877[1] Robert Burn 1878 Promoted while on the retired list.
1909[28] Sir Charles Burnett 1842 1915
1934 Sir John Burnett-Stuart 1875 1958
1972 Sir Mervyn Butler 1913 1976
1917 Julian Byng, 1st Viscount Byng of Vimy 1862 1935 Later promoted to field marshal.
1894[17] William Martin Cafe 1826 1906
1803 Cambridge, Prince Adolphus Frederick, Duke ofPrince Adolphus Frederick, Duke of Cambridge 1774 1850 promoted to field marshal in 1813
1856 Cambridge, Prince George, Duke ofPrince George, Duke of Cambridge 1819 1904 promoted to field marshal in 1862
1930[29] Sir David Campbell 1869 1936
29 March 1968 Sir Michael Carver 1915 2001 Promoted to field marshal on 18 July 1973.
1958 Sir James Cassels 1907 1996 Later promoted to field marshal.
1929 Sir Robert Cassels 1876 1959
1921 Rudolph Lambart, 10th Earl of Cavan 1865 1946 Promoted to field marshal in 1931.
20 November 1782 Lord Frederick Cavendish 1729 1803 Promoted to field marshal on 30 July 1796.
1 October 1877 Sir Neville Chamberlain 1820 1902 Promoted to field marshal on 25 April 1900.
1899 George Nicolas Channer 1843 1905
29 June 1987[30] Sir John Chapple 1931 Promoted to field marshal on 14 February 1992.
1888 Frederic Thesiger, 2nd Baron Chelmsford 1827 1905
1926 Philip Chetwode, 1st Baron Chetwode 1869 1950 Later promoted to field marshal.
19 August 1947 Sir Philip Christison 1893 1993 Promoted to full general on 19 August 1947 with seniority backdated to 29 September 1946.
1 July 1881 Claremont, Edward StopfordEdward Stopford Claremont 1819 1890 Promoted to honorary full general on retirement.[31]
29 April 1802 Sir Alured Clarke 1744 1832 Promoted to field marshal on 22 July 1830.
1793[19] Clerk, RobertRobert Clerk c. 1720 1797
1793[19] Sir Henry Clinton 1730 1795
1924 Sir Alexander Cobbe 1870 1931
27 October 1735 Richard Temple, 1st Viscount Cobham 1675 1749 promoted to field marshal in 1742.
27 May 1825 Stapleton Cotton, 1st Baron Combermere 1773 1865 promoted to field marshal on 2 October 1855.
1922[32] Sir Walter Congreve 1862 1927
1893 Connaught and Strathearn, Prince Arthur, Duke ofPrince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn 1850 1942 promoted to field marshal in 1902
1772 Conway, Henry SeymourHenry Seymour Conway 1721 1795 promoted to field marshal in 1793[19]
1981[33] Sir George Cooper 1925
1814 Sir Eyre Coote 1762 1823 Stripped of his rank and title in 1816.
1793[19] Charles Cornwallis, 1st Marquess Cornwallis 1738 1805
1876 Sir Arthur Cotton 1803 1899
1998[34] Sir Samuel Cowan 1941
1919 Sir John Cowans 1862 1921
1920[35] Sir Herbert Cox 1860 1923
1812 Sir James Craig 1748 1812
5 February 1952[36] Sir Kenneth Crawford 1895 1961
1907 Sir O'Moore Creagh 1848 1923
1980[37] Sir Timothy Creasey 1923 1986
1830 John Crewe, 2nd Baron Crewe 1772 1835
1946 Sir John Crocker 1896 1963 promoted 6 March 1947 with seniority 2 October 1946[38]
1803 Prince Ernest Augustus, Duke of Cumberland and Teviotdale 1771 1851 promoted to field marshal in 1813; became King of Hanover in 1837
1898 Prince Ernest Augustus, Duke of Cumberland and Teviotdale 1845 1923
1876[39] Prince George, Duke of Cumberland and Teviotdale 1819 1878 ex-King George V of Hanover
1945 Sir Alan Cunningham 1887 1983
1866 Sir Edward Cust, 1st Baronet 1794 1878
2 February 1868 Sir Richard Dacres 1799 1886 Promoted to field marshal on 27 March 1886.
1830 George Ramsay, 9th Earl of Dalhousie 1770 1838
1796 Sir John Dalling, 1st Baronet 1731 1798
1812 Sir Hew Dalrymple, 1st Baronet, of High Mark 1750 1830
27 October 1735 John Dalrymple, 2nd Earl of Stair 1673 1747
1798 William Dalrymple 1736 1807
2005 Richard Dannatt, Baron Dannatt 1950
1967[40] Sir Kenneth Darling 1909 1998
1879 Sir Henry de Bathe, 4th Baronet 1823 1907
1991[41] Sir Peter de la Billière 1934
1868 William FitzGerald-de Ros, 23rd Baron de Ros 1797 1874
1903[42] King Christian IX of Denmark 1818 1906
21 April 1933 Sir Cyril Deverell 1874 1947 Promoted to field marshal on 15 May 1936.
1 October 1939[43] Sir John Dill 1881 1944 Promoted to full general on 1 October 1939 with seniority backdated to 5 December 1937. Promoted to field marshal on 18 November 1941.
1793[19] Dorchester, Guy Carleton, 1st BaronGuy Carleton, 1st Baron Dorchester 1724 1808
1910 Sir Charles Douglas 1850 1914 Died while serving as the Chief of the Imperial General Staff
1851 Sir Howard Douglas 1776 1861
1777[12] Dover, Joseph Yorke, 1st BaronJoseph Yorke, 1st Baron Dover 1724 1792
1793[19] Drogheda, Charles Moore, 1st Marquess ofCharles Moore, 1st Marquess of Drogheda 1730 1822 Promoted to field marshal in 1821
1825 Sir Gordon Drummond 1772 1854
19 February 1926[44] Sir John Du Cane 1865 1947
3 June 1911[45] Sir Beauchamp Duff 1855 1918 Indian Army
1802 Sir David Dundas, 1st Baronet 1735 1820
1745[46] Dunmore, John Murray, 2nd Earl ofJohn Murray, 2nd Earl of Dunmore 1685 1752
28 October 1906 Sir Charles Egerton 1848 1921 Indian Army. Promoted to field marshal on 16 March 1917.
1793[19] Eglinton, Archibald Montgomerie, 11th Earl ofArchibald Montgomerie, 11th Earl of Eglinton 1726 1796
1877 Sir Charles Ellice 1823 1888
1873 Poole England 1787 1884
22 February 1971 Sir Basil Eugster 1914 1984 Appointed General Officer Commanding-in-Chief Southern Command with the local rank of general on 22 February 1971.[47] Then promoted to general on 6 April 1971 with seniority backdated to 22 February 1971.[48]
26 July 1985[49] Sir Martin Farndale 1929 2000
1979 Sir Anthony Farrar-Hockley 1924 2006
1796 Sir William Fawcett 1727 1804
1860 Sir James Fergusson 1787 1865
1956 Sir Francis Festing 1902 1976 Promoted to field marshal in 1960.
1854 Sir John FitzGerald 1784 1877 Promoted to field marshal on 29 May 1875.
1968 Sir Desmond Fitzpatrick 1912 2002
1803 FitzPatrick, RichardRichard FitzPatrick 1748 1813
1814 Lord Charles FitzRoy 1764 1829
1812 Sir John Floyd, 1st Baronet 1748 1818
1 September 1978 Sir Robert Ford 1923 Promoted to the local rank of general (Ministry of Defence) on 1 September 1978.[50] Promoted to the substantive rank of general on 2 November 1978 with seniority backdated to 1 May 1978.[51]
30 October 1975[52] Sir David Fraser 1920 2012
1782 Thomas Gage 1719 1787
5 June 1952[36] Sir Richard Gale 1896 1982
1854 Sir Robert Gardiner 1781 1864
1814 Thomas Garth 1744 1829
1906 Sir Alfred Gaselee 1844 1918 Indian Army.
18 March 1974[53] Sir John Gibbon 1917 1997 Seniority backdated to 10 August 1973.
1 April 1974[54] Sir Roland Gibbs 1921 2004 Promoted to field marshal on 13 July 1979.
30 June 1931[55] Sir Webb Gillman 1870 1933
1944 Gloucester, Prince Henry, Duke ofPrince Henry, Duke of Gloucester 1900 1974 promoted to field marshal in 1955
1808 Gloucester and Edinburgh, Prince William Frederick, Duke ofPrince William Frederick, Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh 1776 1834 promoted to field marshal in 1816
1772 Gloucester and Edinburgh, Prince William Henry, Duke ofPrince William Henry, Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh 1743 1805 promoted to field marshal in 1793[19]
1 June 1985 Sir James Glover 1929 2000 Granted local rank (United Kingdom) of full general on 1 June 1985.[56] Substantive promotion on 29 June 1985.[57]
1854 Sir William Gomm 1784 1875 Promoted to field marshal on 1 January 1868.
22 September 1960[58] Sir Richard Goodbody 1903 1981
1793[19] Lord Adam Gordon c. 1726 1801
1841 Sir James Gordon, 1st Baronet 1772 1851
1 April 1894[59] Sir John Gordon 1832 1908
1798 William Gordon 1736 1816
1937 Sir Robert Gordon-Finlayson 1881 1956
1863 Sir Charles Gore 1793 1869
6 December 1937[60] John Vereker, 6th Viscount Gort 1886 1946 Promoted to field marshal on 1 January 1943.
26 October 1922 Sir Hubert Gough 1870 1963 Granted the honorary rank of general on retirement.[61]
1854 Hugh Gough, 1st Viscount Gough 1779 1869 Promoted to field marshal on 9 November 1862.
1981 Sir Michael Gow 1924 local rank, 25 October 1980;[62] substantive 6 February 1981[33]
29 April 1951 Sir Douglas Gracey 1894 1964 Promoted to honorary full general on retirement.[63]
1783 Graeme, DavidDavid Graeme 1716 1798
1 October 1877[1] Charles Grant 1803 1882 Indian Army. Promoted while on the retired list.
1872 Sir James Grant 1808 1875
19 November 1870 Sir Patrick Grant 1804 1895 Promoted to field marshal on 24 June 1883.
6 January 2003[64] Sir Timothy Granville-Chapman 1947
16 March 1904[65] Francis Grenfell, 1st Baron Grenfell 1841 1925 Promoted to field marshal on 11 April 1908.
1865 Sir Charles Grey 1804 1870
1796 Charles Grey, 1st Earl Grey 1729 1807
1819 Thomas Grosvenor 1764 1851 Promoted to field marshal on 9 November 1846.
1992 Charles Guthrie, Baron Guthrie of Craigiebank 1938 promoted to field marshal in 2012
28 April 1984 Sir Roland Guy 1928 2005 Seniority backdated to 1 September 1983.[66]
1877 Jayajirao Scindia, Maharaja of Gwalior 1835 1886
1965 Sir John Hackett 1910 1997
1914 Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig 1861 1928 Promoted to field marshal in 1917.
1 October 1877 Sir Frederick Haines 1819 1909 Promoted to field marshal on 21 May 1890.
22 May 1925[25] Sir Richard Haking 1862 1945
1793[19] Bernard Hale 1725? 1798
1802 James Inglis Hamilton before 1742 1803
1 January 1798 William Harcourt, 3rd Earl Harcourt 1743 1830 Promoted to field marshal on 19 July 1821.
1949 John Harding, 1st Baron Harding of Petherton 1896 1989 Promoted to field marshal in 1953.
20 June 1854[67] Henry Hardinge, 1st Viscount Hardinge 1785 1856 Brevet promotion to general. Promoted to field marshal on 2 October 1855.
1968 Sir Charles Harington 1910 2007
2 June 1997 Sir Alexander Harley 1941 Acting promotion on 2 June 1997.[68] Substantive promotion on 1 September 1997 with seniority of the same date.[69]
1976 Sir Jack Harman 1920 2009
1770 William Stanhope, 2nd Earl of Harrington 1719 1779
1812 George Harris, 1st Baron Harris 1746 1829
27 January 1941[70] Sir Alan Hartley 1882 1954 Indian Army.
1813 Sir Charles Hastings, 1st Baronet 1752 1823
1 March 1931[71] Sir William Heneker 1867 1939
1885 Sir Arthur Herbert 1820 1897
26 October 1964 Sir Reginald Hewetson 1908 1993 Promoted to the local rank (Ministry of Defence) of full general on 26 October 1964.[72]
1813 Sir George Hewett, 1st Baronet 1750 1840
1825 Rowland Hill, 1st Viscount Hill 1772 1842
1778 Studholme Hodgson 1708 1798 Promoted to field marshal on 30 July 1796.
1743 Sir Philip Honywood c. 1677 1752
1777[12] Philip Honywood c. 1710 1785
1917 Henry Horne, 1st Baron Horne 1861 1929
2009 Sir Nick Houghton 1954
1765 Sir Charles Howard 1696 1765
1777[12] Sir George Howard 1718 1796 Promoted to field marshal in 1793[19]
2 April 1778 John Griffin, 4th Baron Howard de Walden 1719 1797 Promoted to field marshal on 30 July 1796.
31 January 1977 Sir Patrick Howard-Dobson 1921 2009 Promoted to full general on 31 January 1977 with seniority backdated to 1 April 1976.[73]
1793[19] Howe, William Howe, 5th ViscountWilliam Howe, 5th Viscount Howe 1729 1814
10 February 1986[74] Sir Geoffrey Howlett 1930
1959 Sir Richard Hull 1907 1989 Promoted to field marshal in 1965.
1803 Sir Samuel Hulse 1747 or 1748 1837 Promoted to field marshal on 22 July 1830.
1970 Sir Peter Hunt 1916 1988
1825 Sir Martin Hunter 1757 1846
22 October 1987[75] Sir Charles Huxtable 1931
27 November 1989 Sir Peter Inge 1935 Promoted to the local rank of full general (in Germany) on 27 November 1989.[76] Promoted to substantive full general on 3 January 1990.[77] Promoted to field marshal on 15 March 1994. Later Baron Inge.
1 October 1877[1] Sir William Ingilby 1791 1879 Promoted while on the retired list.
1783 Sir John Irwin 1727 or 1728 1788
1944 Hastings Ismay, 1st Baron Ismay 1887 1965 Indian Army officer.
1935[78] Edmund Ironside, 1st Baron Ironside 1880 1959 Promoted to field marshal in 1940.
2000 Sir Mike Jackson 1944
19 January 1973 Sir William Jackson 1917 1999 Promoted to general (local rank at the Ministry of Defence) on 19 January 1973.[79]
1920 Sir Claud Jacob 1863 1948 Promoted to field marshal on 30 November 1926.
1877 Ranbir Singh, Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir 1830 1885
1935 George Jeffreys, 1st Baron Jeffreys 1878 1960
Sir Garry Johnson 1937
1793[19] James Johnston abt 1721 1797
1793[19] James Johnston 1721 1795
9 January 1967[80] Sir Alan Jolly 1910 1977
1992 Sir Edward Jones 1936 2007
1951 Sir Charles Keightley 1901 1974
1841 Sir James Kempt 1765 1854
Sir Brian Kenny 1934
1799 Kent and Strathearn, Prince Edward Augustus, Duke ofPrince Edward Augustus, Duke of Kent and Strathearn 1767 1820 promoted to field marshal in 1805
1976 Sir Frank King 1919 1998
1947 Sir Sidney Kirkman 1895 1982
15 June 1927[81] Sir George Kirkpatrick 1866 1950
1900 Herbert Kitchener, 1st Viscount Kitchener 1850 1916 Promoted to local rank of general (in South Africa) before 12 December 1900. Promoted to substantive general on 1 June 1902.[82] Promoted to field marshal on 10 September 1909; later Earl Kitchener
1982 Sir Frank Kitson 1926
Sir Harry Knox 1873 1971
1802 Gerard Lake, 1st Viscount Lake 1744 1808
29 April 1960[83] Sir Gerald Lathbury 1906 1978
1982 Sir Richard Lawson 1927
Sir John Learmont 1934
1838 Alexander Leith Hay 1758 1838
1981 Sir Peter Leng 1925 2009 promoted 21 March 1981 with seniority 1 February 1981[33]
1793[19] Lord George Henry Lennox 1737 1805
1746 Sir John Ligonier 1680 1770 promoted to field marshal in 1757; later Viscount then Earl Ligonier
Sir Rob Lockhart 1893 1981
1896 Sir William Lockhart 1841 1900
16 April 1954[84] Sir Charles Loewen 1900 1986
1770 William Kerr, 4th Marquess of Lothian 1710 1775
1865 Lucan, George Bingham, 3rd Earl ofGeorge Bingham, 3rd Earl of Lucan 1800 1888 promoted to field marshal on 21 June 1887.
1711 Henry Lumley c. 1658 1722
1837 Sir William Lumley 1769 1850
1995 Grand Duke Jean of Luxembourg 1921
1821 Thomas Graham, 1st Baron Lynedoch 1748 1843
1879 Sir Daniel Lysons 1816 1898
1906 Sir Neville Lyttelton 1845 1931
Sir Jeremy Mackenzie 1941
1918 Sir Nevil Macready 1862 1946
Sir Bryan Mahon 1862 1930
1854 Lord Charles Henry Somerset Manners 1780 1855
1772 Lord Robert Manners c. 1721 1782
1813 Robert Manners 1758 1823
1799 Russell Manners 1736 1800
1953 Sir Robert Mansergh 1900 1970 temporary rank, 1 April 1953;[85] substantive, 29 September 1953[23]
1758 Marlborough, Charles Spencer, 3rd Duke ofCharles Spencer, 3rd Duke of Marlborough 1706 1758
1956 Princess Mary, Princess Royal 1897 1965
2 July 1934[86] Sir Torquhil Matheson 1871 1963
1923 Sir Ivor Maxse 1862 1958
1919 Sir John Maxwell 1859 1929
Sir Reginald May 1879 1958
1944 Sir Mosley Mayne 1889 1955
1949 Sir Richard McCreery 1898 1967
1878 Sir William McMurdo 1819 1894
1798 Sir William Medows 1738 1813
1793[19] Melvill, RobertRobert Melvill 1723 1809
1865 Cavalié Mercer 1783 1868
1947 Sir Frank Messervy 1893 1974 Indian Army.
26 May 1904[87] Methuen, Paul Methuen, 3rd BaronPaul Methuen, 3rd Baron Methuen 1845 1932 Promoted to field marshal on 19 June 1911.
1874 Sir John Michel 1804 1886 Promoted to field marshal on 27 March 1886.
1920 Sir George Milne 1866 1948 promoted to field marshal in 1928; later Baron Milne
1819 George Milner 1836
1796[88] Flower Mocher abt 1729 1801
Sir John Mogg 1913 2001
1746 Molesworth, Richard Molesworth, 3rd ViscountRichard Molesworth, 3rd Viscount Molesworth 1680 1758 promoted to field marshal in 1757
1915 Sir Charles Monro, 1st Baronet 1860 1929
1735[89] Montendre, François de La Rochefoucauld, marquis deFrançois de La Rochefoucauld, marquis de Montendre 1672 1739 promoted to field marshal in 1739
1942 Sir Bernard Montgomery 1887 1976 promoted to field marshal in 1944; later Viscount Montgomery of Alamein
1930 Sir Archibald Montgomery-Massingberd 1871 1947 promoted to field marshal in 1935
1770 Sir John Mordaunt 1697 1780
1946 Sir William Morgan 1891 1977
1920 Sir Thomas Morland 1865 1925 Temporary promotion 1920. November 1922, substantive promotion to full general.
1983[90] Sir Thomas Morony 1927 1989
1796 George Morrison 1703 1799
Sir David Mostyn 1928 2007
1798 Sir Hector Munro 1726 1805
1878 William Munro 1818 1880
1919 Sir Archibald Murray 1860 1945
1841 Sir George Murray 1772 1846
10 November 1959[91] Sir Horatius Murray 1903 1989
Sir Geoffrey Musson 1910 2008
1898 Sir Charles Nairne 1836 1899 Promoted to local rank of general (East Indies) on 20 March 1898.[92]
6 March 1849 Sir Charles Napier 1782 1853 Granted the local rank of general in the Army in the East Indies.[93]
1874 Napier of Magdala, Robert Napier, 1st BaronRobert Napier, 1st Baron Napier of Magdala 1810 1890 promoted to field marshal in 1883
1859 Sir William Napier 1785 1860
1 July 1952[94] King Tribhuvan of Nepal 1906 1955 honorary
1973 King Birendra of Nepal 1945 2001 promoted to field marshal in 1980
Sir Cameron Nicholson 1898 1979
23 October 1906[95] Sir William Nicholson 1845 1918 Promoted to field marshal on 19 June 1911; later Baron Nicholson.
1 April 1882 Sir Henry Norman 1826 1904 Promoted to field marshal on 26 June 1902.
1793[19] Northumberland, Hugh Percy, 2nd Duke ofHugh Percy, 2nd Duke of Northumberland 1742 1817
1994 King Harald V of Norway 1937
1813 Sir George Nugent, 1st Baronet 1757 1849 promoted to field marshal in 1846
1945 Sir Richard O'Connor 1889 1981
1 January 2005[96] Sir Kevin O'Donoghue 1947 Previously local general (date unknown)
1798 Charles O'Hara 1740 1802
1883 Sir William Olpherts 1822 1902
25 July 1814[97] His Royal Highness The Hereditary Prince of Orange 1792 1849 Promoted to field marshal on 28 July 1845.
1710 Orkney, George Hamilton, 1st Earl ofGeorge Hamilton, 1st Earl of Orkney 1666 1737 promoted to field marshal in 1736
1837 Sir John Oswald 1771 1840
1851 Sir Loftus Otway 1775 1854
1913 Sir Arthur Paget 1851 1928
1941 Sir Bernard Paget 1887 1961 Acting rank from December 1941. Substantive general from July 1943.
1825 Sir Edward Paget 1775 1849
1877 Lord George Paget 1818 1880
1899 Sir Arthur Palmer 1840 1904
24 April 1989 Sir Patrick Palmer 1933 1999 Promotion to full general on 24 April 1989 with seniority backdated to 15 August 1988.[98]
25 March 1747 Gervais Parker 1695 1750 General of Foot.
1 October 2010[99] Sir Nick Parker 1954
1988 Sir Robert Pascoe 1932
1972[100] Sir Thomas Pearson 1914
7 October 1874 Lord William Paulet 1804 1893 Promoted to field marshal on 10 July 1886.
1812 George Herbert, 11th Earl of Pembroke 1759 1827
1868 Sir John Pennefather 1798 1872
11 June 1927[81] Sir William Peyton 1866 1931
1793[19] Sir William Augustus Pitt c. 1728 1809
1943 Sir William Platt 1885 1975
11 June 1915[101] Herbert Plumer, 1st Viscount Plumer 1857 1932 Promoted to field marshal on 31 July 1919.
17 May 1859 Sir George Pollock, 1st Baronet 1786 1872 Promoted to field marshal on 24 May 1870.
1801 Henry Watson Powell 1733 1814
1873 Sir Thomas Pratt 1797 1879
1798 Robert Prescott c. 1726 1815
1765 Harry Pulteney 1686 1767
1808 Sir James Pulteney, 7th Baronet c. 1755 1811
1942 Sir Edward Quinan 1885 1960
21 February 1854[102] FitzRoy Somerset, 1st Baron Raglan 1788 1855 Promoted to field marshal on 5 November 1854.
1889 Robert Raikes 1813 1909
1990 David Ramsbotham, Baron Ramsbotham 1934 Local rank awarded in 1990. Substantivley promoted 1991 with seniority backdated to 1990.
1917 Henry Rawlinson, 1st Baron Rawlinson 1864 1925
29 September 1969 Sir Antony Read 1913 2000 Promoted to general (local rank) on 29 September 1969.[103]
16 July 1934[104] Sir Felix Ready 1872 1940
1798 John Reid 1721 1807
2004 Sir John Reith 1948 Substantive promotion to general on 1 October 2004.[105]
1841 Sir Phineas Riall 1775 1850
29 March 1747 Sir Robert Rich, 4th Baronet 1685 1768 promoted to field marshal on 28 November 1757.
2008 Sir David Richards 1952
Sir Charles Richardson 1908 1994
1782 Richmond, Charles Lennox, 3rd Duke ofCharles Lennox, 3rd Duke of Richmond 1735 1806 promoted to field marshal in 1796
1 November 1942[106] Sir Thomas Riddell-Webster 1886 1974
23 April 1947[107] Sir Neil Ritchie 1897 1983 Seniority backdated to 9 October 1946.
1712 Richard Savage, 4th Earl Rivers c. 1660 1712
1890 Frederick Roberts, 1st Earl Roberts 1832 1914 Promoted supernumerary general in 1890 and substantive general in 1891. Promoted to field marshal in 1895.
20 October 1950[108] Sir Ouvry Roberts 1898 1986
1947 Brian Robertson, 1st Baron Robertson of Oakridge 1896 1974
1916 Sir William Robertson 1860 1933 Promoted to field marshal in 1920.
1841 Sir Frederick Robinson 1763 1852
1869 Henry Montagu, 6th Baron Rokeby 1798 1883
Sir Cecil Romer 1869 1962
Sir Michael Rose 1940
1854 Sir Hew Ross 1779 1868 Promoted to field marshal on 1 January 1868.
1814 James St Clair-Erskine, 2nd Earl of Rosslyn 1762 1837
1793[19] Rossmore, Robert Cuninghame, 1st BaronRobert Cuninghame, 1st Baron Rossmore 1726 1801
13 August 1862 Sir William Rowan 1789 1879 Promoted to field marshal on 2 June 1877.
1903 Sir Baker Russell 1837 1911
1872 William Mansfield, 1st Baron Sandhurst 1819 1876
1816 Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg 1790 1865 promoted to field marshal later in 1816; elected King of the Belgians in 1831
1879 Saxe-Weimar, Prince Edward ofPrince Edward of Saxe-Weimar 1823 1902 promoted to field marshal in 1897
1877 Schleswig-Holstein, Prince Christian ofPrince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein 1831 1917
1978 Sir William Scotter 1922 1981
June 1854 John Colborne, 1st Baron Seaton 1778 1863 promoted to field marshal on 1 April 1860.
1877 Sir Francis Seymour, 1st Baronet 1813 1890
1735[89] Richard Boyle, 2nd Viscount Shannon 1675 1740 promoted to field marshal in 1739[109]
Sir John Sharp 1917 1977
1862 Sir James Shaw Kennedy 1788 1865
1835 Sir Roger Sheaffe 1763 1851
1798 Sir Thomas Shirley, 1st Baronet 1727 1800
Sir Richard Shirreff 1955
1 March 1931[71] Sir Cameron Shute 1866 1936
1 October 1877 Sir Lintorn Simmons 1821 1903 promoted to field marshal on 21 May 1890.
9 June 1929[110] Sir Andrew Skeen 1873 1935 Indian Army
1945 William Slim, 1st Viscount Slim 1891 1970 Indian Army. Retired in 1948. Recalled to service and promoted to field marshal in 1949.
1796 Sir Robert Sloper 1729 1802
1837 Sir John Smith 1754 1837 Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Guelphic Order
1998 Sir Rupert Smith 1943 Acting general from 1998. Substantive general from 1999.
1912 Sir Horace Smith-Dorrien 1858 1930
1891 Sir Henry Smyth 1825 1906
1793[19] Southampton, Charles FitzRoy, 1st BaronCharles FitzRoy, 1st Baron Southampton 1737 1797
1905 King Alfonso XIII of Spain 1886 1941 promoted to field marshal in 1928
1761 The Hon James St Clair 1688 1762
1877 Sir John St George 1812 1891
1 January 1981 Sir John Stanier 1925 2007 Promoted to field marshal on 10 July 1985.
1877 Sir Charles Staveley 1817 1896
1947 Sir James Steele 1894 1975
1877 Sir Thomas Steele 1820 1890
1711 William Steuart 1643 1726
1881 Sir Donald Stewart, 1st Baronet 1824 1900 Promoted to field marshal on 26 May 1894.
9 September 1988[111] Sir John Stibbon 1935
Sir William Stirling 1907 1973
1957[18] Sir Hugh Stockwell 1903 1986
1841 John Byng, 1st Baron Strafford 1772 1860 Created Earl of Strafford in 1847. Promoted to field marshal on 2 October 1855.
February 1867 Hugh Rose, 1st Baron Strathnairn 1801 1885 Promoted to field marshal on 2 June 1877.
15 May 1931[112] Sir Peter Strickland 1869 1951
1812 James Stuart 1741 1815
1802 John Howard, 15th Earl of Suffolk 1739 1820
Sir Cecil Sugden 1903 1963
1812 Sir Banastre Tarleton 1754 1833
1819 The Honourable Robert Taylor 1760 1839
1950 Sir Gerald Templer 1898 1979 promoted to field marshal in 1956
Sir Ivor Thomas 1893 1972
9 March 1971 Sir Noel Thomas 1915 1983 Promoted to the local rank of general (at the Ministry of Defence) 9 March 1971.[113]
1894 Sir Mowbray Thomson 1832 1917
22 May 1931[114] Sir William Thwaites 1868 1947
1782 George Townshend, 1st Marquess Townshend 1724 1807 Promoted to field marshal on 30 July 1796.
5 September 1983 Sir Richard Trant 1928 2007 Promoted to the local rank of general (at the Ministry of Defence) on 5 September 1983.[115]
1783 Cyrus Trapaud 1715 1801
1877 James Travers 1820 1884
1973 Sir Harry Tuzo 1917 1998 Local general (details unknown) before promotion to substantive general on 31 July 1973.[116]
20 June 1854 George Hay, 8th Marquess of Tweeddale 1787 1876 Promoted to field marshal on 29 May 1875.
7 March 1761 James O'Hara, 2nd Baron Tyrawley 1682 1774 Promoted to field marshal on 10 June 1763.
1 July 1940[117] Sir Walter Venning 1882 1964
1843 John Vincent 1764 1848
3 November 1986[118] Sir Richard Vincent 1931 Promoted to field marshal on 2 April 1991. Later Baron Vincent of Coleshill.
1812 Richard Vyse 1746 1825
17 July 1739 George Wade 1673 1748 Wade's full general rank was general of horse. Promoted to field marshal on 17 December 1743.
1772 John Waldegrave, 3rd Earl Waldegrave 1718 1784
1862 Prince Albert Edward, Prince of Wales 1841 1910 promoted to field marshal in 1875; succeeded as King Edward VII in 1901
2006 Prince Charles, Prince of Wales 1948 promoted to field marshal in 2012
1902 Prince George, Prince of Wales 1866 1936 Assumed the rank of field marshal on 7 May 1910 the day after his accession as King George V.
1997 Aldringham, Michael Walker, Baron Walker ofMichael Walker, Baron Walker of Aldringham 1944
1969 Sir Walter Walker 1912 2001
2009 Sir Peter Wall 1955
1793[19] Walsh, HuntHunt Walsh 1720 1795
1957 Sir Dudley Ward 1905 1991
1796 Warde, GeorgeGeorge Warde 1725 1803
1904 Sir Charles Warren 1840 1927
1 October 1990[119] Sir John Waters 1935
17 August 1946[120] Sir Daril Watson 1888 1967
1891 Sir John Watson 1829 1919
23 August 2006[121] Sir Redmond Watt 1950
28 July 1939 Sir Archibald Wavell 1883 1950 Promoted to the local rank of full general (in the Middle East) on 28 July 1939.[122] Promoted to field marshal on 1 January 1943. Became Viscount Wavell in 1942 and Earl Wavell in 1947.
1937 Sir George Weir 1876 1951
1811 Arthur Wellesley, 1st Marquess of Wellington 1769 1852 local rank in Spain and Portugal; promoted field marshal in 1813; later Duke of Wellington
1945 Sir Colville Wemyss 1891 1959
1854 John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland 1784 1859
1863 Sir George Wetherall 1788 1868
1996 Sir Roger Wheeler 1941
30 January 1928[123] Sir Robert Whigham 1865 1950
1955 Sir Lashmer Whistler 1898 1963
1957[23] Sir John Whiteley 1896 1970
1932 Sir Kenneth Wigram 1875 1949
4 May 1915[101] Sir James Willcocks 1857 1926
1868 Sir William Williams, 1st Baronet, of Kars 1800 1883
1887 Sir George Willis 1823 1900
1917 Sir Henry Wilson, 1st Baronet 1864 1922 Temporary promotion to full general in 1917, substantive promotion to full general in 1918. Promoted to field marshal in 1919.
31 May 1941 Sir Henry Wilson 1881 1964 Promoted to full general on 31 May 1941, with seniority backdated to 6 May 1941.[124] Promoted to field marshal on 29 December 1944. later Baron Wilson.
1841 Sir Robert Wilson 1777 1849
1940 Sir Roger Wilson 1882 1966 Indian Army
c. 1913 Sir Reginald Wingate 1861 1953
26 May 1894 Garnet Wolseley, 1st Viscount Wolseley 1833 1913 Granted local (in South Africa) and temporary promotion to full general from 26 May 1894.[125] Promoted to the substantive rank of general on 21 January 1887.[126] Promoted to field marshal on 26 May 1894.
26 March 1895 Sir Evelyn Wood 1838 1919 Promoted to field marshal on 8 April 1903.
20 June 1854 Sir Alexander Woodford 1782 1870 Promoted to field marshal on 1 January 1868.
1 March 1979 Sir Richard Worsley 1923 2013 Promoted to full general (local rank at the Ministry of Defence) on 1 March 1979.[127] Permanent promotion on 13 July 1979 with seniority backdated to 1 March 1979.[128]
1866 William Wylde 1788 1877
1793 York and Albany, Prince Frederick Augustus, Duke ofPrince Frederick Augustus, Duke of York and Albany 1763 1827 promoted to field marshal in 1795
5 September 1865 Sir Charles Yorke 1790 1880 Promoted to field marshal on 2 June 1877.
1907 John French, 1st Earl of Ypres 1852 1925 Promoted to field marshal in 1913.

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