Founded in 1348 by Edward III, the Garter was
England's highest and most coveted order of chivalry, having been revived in
imitation of the Burgundian Order of the Golden Fleece by both Edward IV,
who had built St. George's Chapel at Windsor, and Henry VII. Henry
VIII, with his passion for ancient chivalric values and his policy of
accentuating his own magnificence, would continue this tradition.
The Order comprised the sovereign and twenty-five elected
Knights Companions, who were only replaced upon death or disgrace. Vacancies
were filled at the annual chapter meeting. Each chapter was marked with a
magnificent feast; at Windsor, this took place in St. George's Hall. The Knights
wore "a blue velvet mantle with a Garter on the left shoulder, lined with
white sarcanet, and scarlet hose with black velvet around the thighs". Each
sported a light blue silk garter with a gold buckle and embroidered Tudor roses
round his leg--the garter being the oldest item of the insignia--and the rich
gold collar introduced by Edward IV or Henry VII.
Henry VIII decreed in 1510 that the collar consist
of twelve Tudor roses set within blue garters, interspersed with twelve
tasselled knots; from it hung a "Great George"--a jewelled pendant of
St. George slaying the dragon. The Knights were allowed to wear their insignia
only on St. George's Day and the great feast days of the court, so in 1521 Henry
instituted a smaller pendant, the "Lesser George" for everyday use.
This was suspended from a gold chain or a blue ribbon, and might be set with a
List of the Knights of the Garter
(A list of Ladies of the Garter is at the
(Note: Numbered until 1939. Knights after 1939 from Chr. Buyers' list. Dates are
those of installation before 1939, appointment after).
- 1 (inv 1348)
Edward, Prince of Wales
- 2 (inv 1348)
- 3 (inv 1348) Thomas Beauchamp, 3rd Earl of Warwick
(Founder). Marshal of England. Fought at the battles of Crécy and Poitiers.
- 4 (inv 1348) Sir John de Grailly, Vicomte de Benanges et Castillon
(Founder). Captal (i.e. Governor) de Buch. Fought under the Black Prince at Poitiers.
- 5 (inv 1348)
Ralph, 1st Earl of Stafford
- 6 (inv 1348)
Montague, 2nd Earl of Salisbury (Founder)
- 7 (inv 1348) Roger Mortimer, 3rd Earl of March (Founder).
Attended the King into France while yet under age and served later in
expeditions under John of Gaunt.
- 8 (inv 1348) Sir John de Lisle
(Founder). afterwards 1st Lord Lisle de Rougemont. Granted a manor at the age of
17 to enable him to serve in the wars, in which he won great fame.
- 9 (inv 1348) Sir Bartholomew Burghersh (Founder). Served
with distinction in the French wars.
- 10 (inv 1348) Sir John Beauchamp (Founder). Afterwards Lord
Beauchamp de Warwick. He carried the Standard Royal at the battle of Crécy
Present at the surrender of Calais and the battle of Sluys.
- 11 (inv 1348) John, 2nd Lord Mohun
(Founder). Served in the wars under the Black Prince.
- 12 (inv 1348)
Sir Hugh Courtenay
- 13 (inv 1348) Sir Thomas Holland (Founder). Afterwards 1st
Earl of Kent. Married the "Fair Maid of Kent", widow of the Black
Prince. In chief command of the van at the battle of Crécy.
- 14 (inv 1348)
Sir John Grey (Founder).
- 15 (inv 1348) Sir Richard Fitz-Simon (Founder). One of the
three who stood over the Black Prince when struck down at the battle of Crécy.
- 16 (inv 1348) Sir Miles Stapleton. One of the Founders of
the Order. Fought at the siege of Calais and at the Battle of Crécy.
- 17 (inv 1348) Sir Thomas Wale (Founder). Attended Edward III
into Flanders in 1339 and served in the expedition to Brittany in 1342.
- 18 (inv 1348) Sir Hugh Wrottesley (Founder). On service in
Flanders in 1338.
- 19 (inv 1348) Sir Male Loryng
(Founder). Distinguished at the battle of Blurs. Attended the Black Prince into Gascony. Fought at the battle of Poitiers.
- 20 (inv 1348) Sir John Chandos
(Founder). Fought at Crécy and Poitiers.
- 21 (inv 1348) Sir James Audley (Founder). Fought at the
battle of Sluys, and with great distinction at Poitiers, where he was
- 22 (inv 1348) Sir Otho Holland (Founder). Brother of Thomas
Holland, Earl of Kent, also a Founder; whom he accompanied into Brittany,
where he was taken prisoner. Later he was Governor of the Channel Islands.
- 23 (inv 1348) Sir Henry Earn (Founder). Entrusted by the
Black Prince with a mission to Brabant.
- 24 (inv 1348) Sir Sanchet D'Abrichecourt
- 25 (inv 1348) Sir Walter Paveley
- 26 (app c.1359) Sir William FitzWaryne.
- 27 (inv c.1348) Robert Ufford, 1st Earl of Suffolk.
Employed in various missions in France, Flanders, Scotland, and Italy.
Fought at the battle of Poitiers.
- 28 (inv 1349)
William de Bohun, 1st Earl of Northampton.
- 29 (app c.1352) Reginald, 1st Lord Cobham of Sterborough.
One of the three knights in charge of Edward, Prince of Wales, at Crécy
Fought also at Poitiers, and conducted the French King as prisoner to the
- 30 (app c.1356) Sir Richard de la Vache. One of the Knights
specially summoned by Edward III in 1347 to support him in arms.
- 31 (inv 1358)
- 32 (inv 1359) Sir Walter Manny. In the suite of Phillippa of
Hainault, coming to England as bride of Edward III. Served as Admiral of the
King's fleet at the battle of Sluys.
- 33 (app c.1359) Sir Frank van Hale. With Sir Walter Manny in the
suite of the Earl of Derby. Present at the attack on Bergerac.
- 34 (inv 1360) Sir Thomas Ufford. Served with the Black
Prince in Navarre and Spain, and commanded a ship at the battle of Sluys.
- 35 (inv 1360)
Lionel Plantagenet of Antwerp,
- 36 (inv 1360)
of Gaunt, D. Lancaster.
- 37 (app c.1360)
Edmund Plantagenet of
Langley, D. York.
- 38 (inv 1361) Edward, 5th Lord le Despencer. Present at the
battle of Poitiers.
- 39 (app c.1361) Sir John Sully. Fought at Crécy.
- 40 (app c.1361) William, 4th Lord Latimer. Distinguished in
the wars in France.
- 41 (app c.1365)
Humphrey de Bohun, 7th Earl of Hereford.
- 42 (inv 1365)
Sir Enguerrand de Coucy. Afterwards created Earl of Bedford. Married Isabella, daughter of Edward
- 43 (inv 1366)
Henry Percy, 1st Earl of Northumberland.
- 44 (app c.1368)
Ralph, 4th Lord Bassett of Drayton. Served
in the French wars under the Black Prince and Richard II.
- 45 (inv 1368) Sir Richard Pembrugge. Present at the battle
of Crécy and the siege of Calais.
- 46 (inv 1369)
3rd Lord Neville of Raby.
- 47 (inv 1369) Sir Robert de Namur. Commanded a ship at the
battle of Sluys. Married Elizabeth of Hainault, sister of Queen Phillippa.
- 48 (inv 1369)
John Hastings, 2nd Earl of Pembroke.
- 49 (inv c.1369) Sir Thomas Grandison. Served in the French
- 50 (app c.1370)
Guy, Lord Bryan. Bore the King's banner at
the defence of Calais.
- 51 (inv 1372) Sir Guichard d'Angle, afterwards Earl of
Huntingdon. Fighting on the French side at Poitiers, he was captured
wounded. Brought to England, he supported the English cause.
- 52 (inv 1372) Sir Alan Buxhull. Served in Brittany.
Constable of the Tower of London.
- 53 (app c.1373) Thomas Beauchamp, 4th Earl of Warwick.
Fought in the French campaign under John of Gaunt.
- 54 (inv 1375) John de Montfort, Duke of Brittany. Married
Mary, 4th daughter of Edward III.
- 55 (app c.1376) Sir Thomas Banastre. Attended the Black
Prince into Spain and fought at the battle of Najara. Perished in a wreck in
the Irish Sea on an expedition to Brittany.
- 56 (inv 1375) William Ufford, 2nd Earl of Pembroke.
Admiral of the North. Served in the French wars.
- 57 (inv 1375)
Hugh, 2nd Earl of Stafford.
- 58 (inv 1376) Thomas Holland, 2nd Earl of Kent. Marshal of
England. Served in the French wars under his stepfather, the Black Prince.
- 59 (inv 1376)
Sir Thomas Percy.
- 60 (inv 1376) Sir William Beauchamp; afterwards 1st Lord
Bergavenny. Served with distinction in the French wars. Afterwards Captain
- 61 (inv 1376)
- 62 (inv 1377)
- 63 (inv 1377) Sir John Barley. Served in Brittany under
Thomas of Woodstock.
- 64 (inv 1377)
Sir Lewis Clifford.
- 65 (app c.1380) Sir Bermond Arnaud de Preissac. Soudan de la
- 66 (inv 1380)
Thomas Plantagenet of
- 67 (app c.1381) Sir Thomas Felton. Fought at the battles of
Crécy and Poitiers.
- 68 (inv 1381) John Holland, Earl of Huntingdon; afterwards
1st Duke of Exeter. Half-brother of Richard II.
- 69 (inv 1381) Sir Simon de Burley. Served in the wars in
France. Entrusted by the Black Prince with the tutorship of Richard II. Stow
ascribes to him the origin of Wat Tyler's rebellion. Beheaded in 1388.
- 70 (inv 1381) Sir Bryan Stapleton. Served in the French
- 71 (inv 1382) Sir Richard Burley. Fought in Gascony under
John of Gaunt.
- 72 (inv 1383) Thomas de Mowbray, Earl of Nottingham.
Afterwards 1st Duke of Norfolk and created Earl Marshal. Present at the
naval victory over the Spanish and French in 1387.
- 73 (inv 1384)
Robert Vere, 9th Earl of Oxford.
- 74 (inv 1386)
Richard Fitzalan, 6th Earl of Arundel.
- 75 (inv 1386) Sir Nicholas Samesfield. in the retinue of the
Black Prince and witness to his will. The King's Standard-bearer.
- 76 (inv 1387)
Edward Plantagenet, 2nd Duke of York.
- 77 (inv 1388)
Sir Henry Percy.
- 78 (app c.1388)
John, 1st Lord Devereux.
- 79 (app c.1388)
Sir Peter Courtenay.
- 80 (inv c.1388) Thomas le Despencer, 6th Lord le Despencer;
afterwards Earl of Gloucester. Engaged in a plot to surprise Windsor Castle
with 500 horse, seize Henry IV, and proclaim King Richard. Captured at
Bristol and beheaded.
- 81 (inv 1390) William, Duke of Gueldres and Juliers.
- 82 (inv 1390) William VI, Count of Holland, Duke of Bavaria.
- 83 (app c.1392)
- 84 (app c.1393) John, 4th Lord Beaumont. Warden of the West
Marshes, and Admiral of the North. Served in the French wars.
- 85 (inv 1394)
William le Scrope, 1st Earl of Wiltshire.
- 86 (inv c.1395) Sir William Arundel. Served with Richard II
in Ireland. Constable of Rochester Castle.
- 87 (app c.1396)
Sir John Beaufort.
- 88 (inv 1397) Thomas Holland, 3rd Earl of Kent. Afterwards
Duke of Surrey. Marshal of England. Conspired against Henry IV and was
- 89 (app c.1397)
Montague, 3rd Earl of Salisbury.
- 90 (inv 1397) Albert (or Robert) Count Palatine, Duke of Bavaria, nephew of Edward III.
- 91 (app c.1397) Sir Simon Felbrigg. In the retinue of John
of Gaunt at the relief of Brest. Fought at the battle of Agincourt.
- 92 (inv c.1399) Sir Phillip de la Vache. Served in the French
- 93 (inv 1399)
- 94 (inv 1399)
- 95 (app c.1400)
- 96 (inv 1399)
- 97 (inv 1400)
Thomas Fitzalan, 7th Earl of Arundel.
- 98 (app c.1400)
Sir Thomas Beaufort.
- 99 (app 1403) Richard Beauchamp, 5th Earl of Warwick.
Captured the banner of Owen Glendower, and fought at the battle of
Shrewsbury. Tutor and Governor of the young King Henry VI.
- 100 (app c.1400)
William, 5th Lord Willoughby de Eresby.
- 101 (inv 1400) Sir Thomas Rempston. Fought at the battle of
- 102 (inv 1400) John I, King of Portugal. Married Phillippa,
sister of Henry IV, King of England.
- 103 (app c.1401) Sir Thomas Erpyngham. Fought at Agincourt.
- 104 (inv 1402)
Edmund, 5th Earl of Stafford.
- 105 (inv 1402) Ralph Neville, 1st Earl of Westmorland.
- 106 (inv 1403) Edmund Holland, 4th Earl of Kent. Admiral
of the West and North.
- 107 (app c.1403)
Richard, 4th Lord Grey of Codnor.
- 108 (inv 1403)
William, 7th Lord Ros of Hamlake.
- 109 (inv 1404) Sir John Stanley.
- 110 (inv 1404) Eric VII, King of Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
Married Phillippa, daughter of Henry IV.
- 111 (inv 1405)
John, 5th Lord Lovell of Tichmarsh.
- 112 (app c.1406) Hugh, 2nd Lord Burnell.
- 113 (inv 1408) Edward, 3rd Lord Cherleton of Powys.
- 114 (app c.1408) Gilbert, 5th Lord
- 115 (app c.1408)
Henry 3rd Lord FitzHugh.
- 116 (inv 1408) Sir Robert Umfraville. Mainly occupied in
Scottish affairs. Present at the burning of Peebles.
- 117 (app c.1410) Sir John Cornwall. Afterwards Lord Fanhope.
Fought at the battle of Agincourt. Married Elizabeth, daughter of John of
Gaunt, widow of John, Earl of Exeter, and sister of Henry IV.
- 118 (inv 1409)
Henry, 3rd Lord Scrope of Masham.
- 119 (inv 1411) Thomas, 4th Lord Morley. Captain-General of
all the forces in France.
- 120 (inv 1413) Sir John D'Abrichecourt.
- 121 (app c.1414)
Montague, 4th Earl of Salisbury.
- 122 (inv 1414) Thomas, 1st Lord Camoys. Commanded the left
wing at the battle of Agincourt.
- 123 (inv 1415) Sir William Harrington.
- 124 (inv 1415)
William, 4th Lord Zouche of Harringworth.
- 125 (inv 1415) John Holland, Earl of Huntingdon;
afterwards 3rd Duke of Exeter. He married Elizabeth daughter of John of
Gaunt and sister of Henry IV.
- 126 (inv 1415)
Richard de Vere, 11th Earl of Oxford.
- 127 (inv 1415) Sigismund, Emperor.
- 128 (inv 1416)
Robert, 6th Lord Willoughby de Eresby.
- 129 (inv 1417)
Sir John Blount.
- 130 (inv 1417) Sir John Robsart.
- 131 (app c.1418)
- 132 (app c.1415) Sir William Phelipp. Afterwards 6th Lord
Bardolf Fought at Agincourt.
- 133 (inv 1419)
John Grey, 1º Earl of Tankerville.
- 134 (inv 1420)
Sir Walter Hungerford.
- 135 (app 1421) Sir Lewis Robsart. Afterwards Lord
Robsart or Lord Bourchier. Standard-bearer to Henry V.
- 136 (app 1421) Sir Hertong von Clux.
- 137 (inv 1421)
John, 7th Lord Clifford.
- 138 (app 1421) John de Mowbray, Earl Marshal; afterwards
3rd Duke of Norfolk. He served in the French wars, but was absent from
Agincourt through sickness.
- 139 (app 1421)
William de la Pole, 3rd Earl of Suffolk.
- 140 (inv 1422) Phillip II, Duke of Burgundy. Elected but then
declined the honour.
- 141 (app 1424) John, 7th Lord
- 142 (inv 1425) Thomas, 7th Lord Scales. Distinguished in the
French wars, and in the suppression of Jack Cade's rebellion.
- 143 (inv 1426) Sir John Fastolf. Served in the wars in
- 144 (inv 1427) Peter, Duke of Coimbra, 3rd son of John I,
King of Portugal, by Phillippa his wife, sister of Henry IV, King of England.
- 145 (app 1429)
Humphrey, 6th Earl of Stafford.
- 146 (inv 1429) Sir John Radcliffe. Constable of Bordeaux,
- 147 (inv 1432)
John Fitzalan, 14th Earl of Arundel.
- 148 (inv 1433)
Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Duke of York.
- 149 (app 1435) Edward, King of Portugal, Son of Phillippa,
sister of Henry IV, King of England.
- 150 (inv 1436)
- 151 (app c.1436)
Sir John Grey.
- 152 (app c.1438) Richard Neville, 1st Earl of Salisbury.
- 153 (inv 1438) Albert, Duke of Austria. Afterwards Emperor
- 154 (app c.1438) Sir Gaston de Foix, Comte de Longueville et
Benanges, Captal de Buch. Distinguished in the French wars.
- 155 (app c.1439) William Neville, Lord Fauconberge.
- 156 (app c.1439)
John Beaufort, 3rd Earl of Somerset.
- 157 (inv 1439) Sir Ralph Boteler. Afterwards 6th Lord
Sudeley. Distinguished in the wars in France.
- 158 (inv 1440) John, 1st Viscount Beaumont. Distinguished
both in war and at Court. He was the first to be advanced to the dignity of
a Viscount in England.
- 159 (inv 1445) Sir John Beauchamp. Afterwards 1st Lord
Beauchamp of Powyk. Lord Treasurer.
- 160 (inv 1442) Henry, Duke of Viseu, 4th son of John I, King
of Portugal, and nephew of Henry IV. "Henry the Navigator" .
- 161 (inv 1445) Sir Thomas Hoo. Afterwards Lord Hoo and
Hastings. Fought with distinction in France. Keeper of the Seals in France
and Chancellor of France.
- 162 (inv 1445) Alvaro Vasquez d'Almada, Count d'Avranches.
- 163 (inv 1446) Sir John de Foix, Captal de Buch.
- 164 (inv 1447) Alphonso V, King of Portugal.
- 165 (inv 1447) Sir Francis Surrienne, Sire de Lunée.
- 166 (inv 1450) Alphonso V, King of Aragon, Naples, and Sicily.
- 167 (inv 1450) William, Duke of Brunswick. (Not installed).
- 168 (inv 1450) Casimir IV, King of Poland. (Not installed,
but placed here in 1467).
- 169 (app 1450)
Richard Woodville, 1st Lord Rivers.
- 170 (inv 1451) John de Mowbray, 4th Duke of Norfolk.
- 171 (app c.1450) Henry, Viscount Bourchier, Count of Eu.
- 172 (inv 1453) Sir Edward Hull, slain in 1453 before being
- 173 (inv 1457) John, 2nd Earl of
- 174 (inv 1457) Thomas, 1st Lord Stanley.
- 175 (inv 1457) Lionel, 6th Lord Welles.
- 176 (inv 1457) Frederick III, Emperor. (Not installed.)
- 177 (inv 1459)
James Butler, 2nd Earl of Wiltshire and 5th
Earl of Ormonde.
- 178 (inv 1459)
John Sutton, 1st Lord Dudley.
- 179 (inv c.1450) John Bourchier, 1st Lord Berners.
- 180 (inv 1459)
Tudor, E. Pembroke and D. Bedford.
- 181 (inv c.1461) Richard Neville, 1st Earl of Warwick.
- 182 (inv c.1461) William, 1st Lord Bonville. Knighted while
with the army in France. Executed after the second battle of St. Albans.
- 183 (inv 1461) Sir Thomas Kiriell.
- 184 (inv 1461) Sir John Wenlock. Afterwards 1st Lord
Wenlock. Killed at the battle of Tewkesbury. fighting as a Lancastrian.
- 185 (app c.1461)
George Plantagenet, Duke of Clarence.
- 186 (app c.1461) Sir William Chamberlaine. Distinguished in
the French wars under the Duke of Bedford.
- 187 (inv c.1461) John Tiptoft, Earl of Worcester.
Constable of England. Supporter of Edward IV. On the restoration to power of
Henry VI he was beheaded for high treason.
- 188 (inv 1462) William, 1st Lord Hastings.
- 189 (inv c.1461) John Neville, Lord Montagu.
- 190 (inv c.1461)
William, Lord Herbert.
- 191 (inv 1461)
Sir John Ashley.
- 192 (inv c.1463) Ferdinand I, King of Sicily and Naples.
- 193 (inv c.1463) Gaillard de Durfort, seigneur de Duras
and Blanquefort, died 1481. Married Anne de La Pole.
- 194 (app 1462)
John, 5th Lord Scrope of Bolton.
- 195 (inv c.1463) Francesco Sforza, Duke of Milan.
- 196 (app c.1462) James, 9th Earl of Douglas. Acted with the
Duke of York in rebellion against Henry VI. Joined the Duke of Albany in an
invasion of Scotland and was taken prisoner.
- 197 (app c.1462)
Sir Robert Harcourt.
- 198 (app c.1465)
Richard Plantagenet Duke of Gloucester.
- 199 (app c.1466)
Anthony Woodville, 2nd Lord Scales.
- 200 (inv c.1467) Inigo d'Avalos, Conte di Monteoderisio.(Not installed.)
- 201 (inv c.1468) Charles, Duke of Burgundy. Surnamed
"The Bold." Killed in action against the Duke of Lorraine at
Nancy. He married the Princess Margaret, daughter of Richard, Duke of York,
sister of Edward IV, King of England.
- 202 (inv c.1471)
15th Earl of Arundel.
- 203 (app 1472) John de Mowbray, 5th Duke of Norfolk and
Earl Marshal. One of the leaders in the invasion of France in 1475.
- 204 (inv 1472)
- 205 (app 1472)
1st Lord Ferrers of Chartley.
- 206 (app 1472)
Walter Blount, 1st Lord Mountjoy.
- 207 (inv 1472)
John Howard, 1st Duke of Norfolk.
- 208 (app c.1472)
De La Pole, 2° D. Suffolk.
- 209 (inv 1474)
Thomas Fitzalan, Lord Maltravers.
- 210 (inv 1474)
Sir William Parr.
- 211 (app c.1474)
Henry Stafford, 2nd Duke of Buckingham.
- 212 (app 1474) Federigo da Montefeltro, 1st Duke of Urbino. Took active part in the war for the Angevin succession to Naples.
- 213 (app 1474)
Henry Percy, 4th Earl of Northumberland.
- 214 (app 1475)
Edward Plantagenet, Prince
- 215 (app 1475)
Richard Plantagenet, 5th Duke of York.
- 216 (inv 1476)
Thomas Grey, 1st Marquess of Dorset.
- 217 (inv 1476) Sir Thomas Montgomery.
- 218 (inv 1480) Ferdinand V, King of Castile. (Stall voided
- 219 (inv 1480) Hercules d'Este, Duke of Modena and Ferrara.
- 220 (inv 1482) John II, King of Portugal, not installed, and
election void. Re-elected 1488.
- 221 (app 1483)
Francis, 9th Lord Lovell of Tichmarsh.
- 222 (inv 1483) Thomas Howard, 3rd Earl of Surrey.
- 223 (inv 1483) Sir Richard Radcliffe. Confidential adviser
of Richard III. Associated with Catesby and Lovell, he
was satirised in the famous couplet: "The catte. the ratte and Lovell
our dogge Rulyth all Englande under a hogge." The "hogge"
refers to Richard III, whose badge was a white boar. Radcliffe was killed at
- 224 (inv 1483) Thomas, 2nd Lord Stanley.
- 225 (app c.1483)
Sir Thomas Borough.
- 226 (app c.1484) Sir Richard Tunstall.
- 227 (inv c.1483)
Sir John Conyers.
- 228 (inv 1486)
John de Vere, 13th Earl of Oxford.
- 229 (app c.1486)
John, Lord Cheyney.
- 230 (app c.1487)
John, 1st Lord Dynham.
- 231 (app c.1487)
- 232 (inv 1487) Sir William Stanley.
- 233 (app c.1487) George
Stanley, 9th Lord Strange of Knockyn.
- 234 (inv 1488) George Talbot, 4th Earl of
- 235 (inv 1488)
- 236 (inv 1488) John, 1st Viscount Welles, Captain in the
forces of his nephew, the Earl of Richmond, afterwards Henry VII.
- 237 (inv 1489)
Sir John Savage.
- 238 (app c.1488)
Sir Robert Willoughby.
- 239 (app c.1490) Maximilian, King of the Romans.
Afterwards the Emperor Maximilian I.
- 240 (inv c.1491)
Arthur Tudor Prince of Wales.
- 241 (app c.1494)
9th Earl of Devon.
- 242 (inv 1493) Alphonso, Duke of Calabria. Afterwards
Alphonso II, King of Sicily and Naples.
- 243 (inv 1493) John, King of Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
- 244 (inv 1493)
Sir Edward Poynings.
- 245 (app c.1495) Sir Gilbert
- 246 (inv c.1495) Henry Tudor, Duke of York.
- 247 (app c.1495)
Henry Algernon Percy, 5th Earl of
- 248 (inv 1495) Edward Stafford, 3rd Duke of Buckingham.
- 249 (inv c.1496)
Charles Somerset, 1st Earl of Worcester.
- 250 (inv 1496)
Edmund de la Pole,
4th Earl of Suffolk.
- 251 (c.1496d)
Henry Bourchier, 2nd Earl of Essex.
- 252 (inv 1498) Sir Thomas Lovell. Supporter of
Henry VII, and fought at the battle of
Bosworth. Speaker of the House of
Commons. He built the gate-house at Lincoln's Inn.
- 253 (app 1499)
Sir Richard Pole.
- 254 (app c.1500)
Sir Richard Guildford.
- 255 (inv 1500) Sir Reginald Bray.
- 256 (inv 1501)
Thomas Grey, 2nd Marquess of Dorset.
- 257 (inv 1503)
Phillip, Archduke of Austria. Afterwards Phillip I, King of Castile.
- 258 (inv 1505)
Gerald FitzGerald, 8th Earl of Kildare.
- 259 (app c.1504)
Guidobaldo (da Montefeltro), 2nd Duke
- 260 (app 1505)
Richard Grey, 3rd Earl of Kent.
- 261 (inv c.1505)
- 262 (app c.1505) Sir Rhys ap Thomas Fitz-Urian. An
ardent supporter of Henry VII.
- 263 (inv 1507) Sir Thomas Brandon.
- 264 (app 1508)
Charles, Archduke of Austria. Afterwards
the Emperor Charles V.
- 265 (inv 1509)
Thomas, 1st Lord Darcy.
- 266 (inv 1509)
2nd Lord Dudley.
- 267 (app 1510) Emanuel, King of Portugal. (Not
- 268 (inv 1510) Sir Thomas Howard.
- 269 (inv 1510)
Sir Henry Marney.
- 270 (inv 1510)
Thomas West, 9th Lord de la Warr.
- 271 (inv 1513)
3rd Lord Abergavenny.
- 272 (app 1513) Sir Edward Howard. (Died before
- 273 (inv 1513) Sir Charles Brandon.
- 274 (app 1514) Giuliano de Medici, Duc de Nemours,
brother of Pope Leo X. (Not installed.)
- 275 (inv 1514)
Sir Edward Stanley.
- 276 (inv 1518)
Thomas, 2nd Lord Dacre of Gillesland.
- 277 (inv 1518)
Sir William Sandys.
- 278 (inv 1521) Henry Courtenay,
1st Marquess of
- 279 (inv 1524) Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria.
Afterwards the Emperor Ferdinand 1. Brother of the Emperor Charles V.
- 280 (inv 1522)
Sir Richard Wingfield.
- 281 (inv 1523) Sir Thomas Boleyn.
- 282 (inv 1523)
Walter Devereux, 9th Lord Ferrers.
- 283 (inv 1525)
1° Viscount Lisle.
- 284 (inv 1524) Robert Radcliffe, 10th Lord FitzWalter.
- 285 (inv 1525)
17th Earl of Arundel.
- 286 (inv 1525) Thomas Manners, 1st Earl of Rutland.
- 287 (inv 1525) Sir Henry Fitzroy.
- 288 (inv 1525)
Neville, 4th Earl of Westmorland.
- 289 (inst 1526)
4th Lord Mountjoy.
- 290 (inv 1526) Sir William Fitzwilliam.
- 291 (inv 1526)
Sir Henry Guildford.
- 292 (inv 1527) Francois I, King of France.
- 293 (inv 1527)
John de Vere, 15th Earl of Oxford.
- 294 (inst 1531)
6th Earl of Northumberland.
- 295 (inv 1533) Anne de Montmorency, Comte de Beaumont,
later duc de Montmorency. Afterwards Duc de Montmorency. Constable of
France. Mortally wounded at the battle of St. Denis in 1567.
- 296 (inv 1532) Phillippe de Chabot, Comte de Charny
and Buzançais , d. 1543 (Neublanche in English rolls).
- 297 (inv 1535) James V, King of Scotland.
- 298 (inv 1536)
Sir Nicholas Carew.
- 299 (inv 1537)
Henry Clifford, 1st Earl of Cumberland.
- 300 (inv 1537) Thomas, Lord Cromwell.
- 301 (inv 1539) Sir John Russell.
- 302 (inv 1539)
Sir Thomas Cheyney.
- 303 (inv 1539)
Sir William Kingston.
- 304 (inv 1540) Thomas, Lord Audley of Walden.
- 305 (inv 1540) Sir Anthony Browne.
- 306 (inv 1541) Edward
Seymour, Earl of Hertford.
- 307 (inv 1541) Henry
Howard, Earl of Surrey.
- 308 (inv 1541)
Sir John Gage.
- 309 (inv 1541)
Sir Anthony Wingfield.
- 310 (inv 1543) John
Dudley, 7th Viscount Lisle.
- 311 (inv 1543) William
Paulet, Lord St. John of Basing.
- 312 (inv 1559) William
Parr, Marquess of Northampton.
- 313 (inv 1544)
Sir John Wallop.
- 314 (inv 1544) Henry
Fitzalan, 18th Earl of Arundel.
- 315 (inv 1544)
Sir Anthony St. Leger.
- 316 (inv 1545)
Talbot, 5th Earl of
- 317 (inv 1545)
Thomas, Lord Wriothesley.
- 318 (inv 1547)
Henry Grey, 3rd Marquess of Dorset.
- 319 (inv 1547)
Stanley, 3rd Earl of Derby.
- 320 (inv 1547) Thomas, Lord Seymour of Sudeley.
- 321 (inv 1547)
Sir William Paget.
- 322 (inv 1549)
Hastings, 2nd Earl of Huntingdon.
- 323 (inv 1549) George
Brooke, 4th Lord Cobham.
- 324 (inv 1549)
10th Lord De la Warr.
- 325 (inv 1549) Sir William Herbert.
- 326 (inv 1551)
Henri II, King of France.
- 327 (inv 1551) Edward, 9th Lord Clinton.
- 328 (inv 1551)
Thomas, 1st Lord Darcy of Chiche.
- 329 (inv 1552)
Neville, 5th Earl of Westmorland.
- 330 (inv 1552)
Sir Andrew Dudley.
- 331 (inv 1554)
Felipe, Prince of Spain. Duly elected a Knight
of the Garter, but installed as joint Sovereign and had no stall-plate.
- 332 (inv 1554) Henry
Radcliffe, 2nd Earl of Sussex.
- 333 (inv 1555) Emanuel Philibert, 10th Duke of Saxony.
- 334 (inv 1554)
William, 1st Lord Howard of Effingham.
- 335 (inv 1555)
- 336 (inv 1555) Anthony
Browne, 1st Viscount Montagu.
- 337 (inv 1558) Thomas
Radcliffe, 3rd Earl of Sussex.
- 338 (inv 1557)
William, 13th Lord Grey of Wilton.
- 339 (inv 1557)
Sir Robert Rochester.
- 340 (inv 1559) Thomas
Howard, 4rd Duke of Norfolk.
- 341 (inv 1559) Henry
Manners, 2nd Earl of Rutland.
- 342 (inv 1559) Sir Robert Dudley.
- 343 (inv 1560)
Adolphus of Gottorp, Duke of Holstein (b. 1533 - d. 1586)
- 344 (inv 1561)
Talbot, 6th Earl of
- 345 (inv 1561) Henry
Carey, 1st Lord Hunsdon.
- 346 (inv 1563) Thomas Percy,
7th Earl of Northumberland.
- 347 (inv 1563)
Ambrose Dudley, 3rd Earl of Warwick.
- 348 (inv 1566) Charles IX, King of France.
- 349 (inv 1564) Francis Russell, 2nd Earl of Bedford.
- 350 (inv 1564) Sir Henry Sidney.
- 351 (inv 1568) Maximilian II, Emperor.
- 352 (inv 1570) Henry
Hastings, 3rd Earl of
- 353 (inv 1570)
William Somerset, 3rd Earl of Worcester.
- 354 (inv 1572) Francis, Duke of Montmorency.
- 355 (inv 1572)
Walter Devereux, 1st Earl of Essex and Eu.
- 356 (inv 1572) William Cecil, 1st Lord Burghley.
- 357 (inv 1572)
Arthur, 14th Lord Grey of Wilton.
- 358 (inv 1572) Edmund
Brydges, 2nd Lord Chandos of Sudeley.
- 359 (inv 1574)
Stanley, 4th Earl of Derby.
- 360 (inv 1574)
Henry Herbert, 2nd Earl of Pembroke.
- 361 (inv 1575)
Henri III, King of France.
- 362 (inv 1575) Charles, 2nd Lord Howard of Effingham.
- 363 (inv 1578) Rudolph II, Emperor.
- 364 (inv 1582) Frederick II, King of Denmark and Norway.
- 365 (inv 1582) John Casimir, Count Palatine of the Rhine,
Duke of Bavaria.
- 366 (inv 1585) Edward
Manners, 3rd Earl of Rutland.
- 367 (inv 1584) William
Brooke, 5th Lord Cobham.
- 368 (inv 1585)
Henry, 9th Lord Scrope of Bolton.
- 369 (inv 1588) Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex.
- 370 (inv 1588) Thomas
Butler, 10th Earl of Ormonde and
- 371 (inv 1588)
Sir Christopher Hatton.
- 372 (inv 1589)
Radcliffe, 4th Earl of Sussex.
- 373 (inv 1589) Thomas Sackville, 1st Lord Buckhurst.
- 374 (inv 1590)
Henri IV, King of France.
- 375 (inv 1590) James VI, King of Scotland. Afterwards
James I, King of England.
- 376 (inv 1592) Gilbert
Talbot, 7th Earl of
- 377 (inv 1592) George
Clifford, 3rd Earl of Cumberland.
- 378 (inv 1593)
9th Earl of Northumberland.
- 379 (inv 1593)
Edward Somerset, 4th Earl of Worcester.
- 380 (inv 1593) Thomas, 5th Lord Borough of
- 381 (inv 1593)
Edmund, 3rd Lord Sheffield.
- 382 (inv 1593)
Sir Francis Knollys.
- 383 (inv 1597) Frederick, Duke of Württemberg.
- 384 (inv 1597)
Thomas, 1st Lord Howard de Walden.
- 385 (inv 1597) George
Carey, 2nd Lord Hunsdon.
- 386 (inv 1597) Charles
Blount, 8th Lord Mountjoy.
- 387 (inv 1597)
Sir Henry Lee.
- 388 (inv 1599) Robert
Radcliffe, 5th Earl of Sussex.
- 389 (inv 1599) Henry
Brooke, 6th Lord Cobham.
- 390 (inv 1599)
Thomas, 10th Lord Scrope of Bolton.
- 391 (inv 1601) William
Stanley, 6th Earl of Derby.
- 392 (inv 1601)
Thomas Cecil, 2nd Lord Burghley.
- 393 (inv 1603) Henry Frederick Stuart, Duke of Rothesay.
Afterwards PRINCE OF WALES. Eldest son of James I. Died in his father's
(inv 1605) Christian IV, King of Denmark and Norway. Brother of Anne,
Queen of James I of England.
(inv 1603) Ludovick Stuart, 2nd Duke of Lennox. Afterwards also 1st
Duke of Richmond.
(inv 1603) Henry
Wriothesley, 3rd Earl of Southampton.
(inv 1603) John Erskine, 2nd Earl of Mar. Companion, from boyhood, of
James I. Accompanied him to England in 1603. High Treasurer of England.
(inv 1603) William Herbert, 3rd Earl of Pembroke.
(inv 1605) Ulric, Duke of Schleswig-Holstein, son fo the king of
Denmark and Norway.
(inv 1605) Henry
Howard, Earl of Northampton.
(inv 1608) Robert Cecil,
1st Earl of Salisbury.
(inv 1606) Thomas, 3rd Viscount Howard of Bindon.
(inv 1608) George Home, 1st Earl of Dunbar. Attended James VI to
England. Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Phillip Herbert, 1st Earl of Montgomery.
(inv 1611) Charles Stuart, Duke of York. Afterwards CHARLES I, King of England.
(inv 1611) Thomas Howard,
2nd Earl of Arundel and Surrey.
(inv 1611) Robert Carr, Viscount Rochester. Afterwards 1st Earl of
Somerset. Accused of complicity in the Overbury Plot.
(inv 1612) Frederick Casimir, Duke of Bavaria, Count Palatine of the Rhine.
Afterwards King of Bohemia. Married Elizabeth, daughter of James I.
(inv 1613) Maurice of Nassau, Prince of Orange.
(inv 1615) Thomas Erskine, Viscount Fentun. Afterwards 1st Earl of
Kellie. Rescued James VI of Scotland (James I of England) from Lord Gowrie's
(inv 1615) William Lord Knollys of Grays.
(inv 160) Francis
Manners, 6th Earl of Rutland.
(inv 1616) Sir George Villiers. Afterwards 1st Duke of Buckingham. The
favourite courtier of James I and Charles I. Assassinated at Portsmouth 1628.
(inv 1616) Robert Sidney, Viscount Lisle.
(inv 1623) James 2nd Marquess of Hamilton.
(inv 1624) Esmé Stuart, 3rd Duke of Lennox.
(inv 1625) Christian, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel.
(inv 1625) William Cecil, 2nd Earl of Salisbury.
(inv 1625) James Hay, 1st Earl of Carlisle. A favourite courtier of
(inv 1625) Edward Sackville, 4th Earl of Dorset.
(inv 1625) Henry Rich, Earl of Holland.
(inv 1625) Thomas Howard, Viscount Andover. Afterwards 1st Earl of
(inv 1625) Claude de Lorraine, Duc de Chevreuse.
(inv 1628) Gustavus Adolphus II, King of Sweden. Surnamed "the Great."
Killed at the battle of Lützen.
(inv 1628) Henry Frederick de Nassau, 10th Prince of Orange.
Grandfather of William III, King of England.
(inv 1628) Theophilus Howard, 2nd Earl of Suffolk.
(inv 1629) William Compton, 1st Earl of Northampton.
(inv 1630) Richard, 1st Lord Weston of Neyland. Afterwards 1st Earl of
Portland. Lord High Treasurer.
(inv 1630) Robert Bertie, 1st Earl of Lindsey.
(inv 1630) William Cecil, 2nd
Earl of Exeter.
(app 1630) James, 3rd Marquess of Hamilton. Afterwards 1st Duke of
Hamilton. In command of the Scotch forces he was defeated by Cromwell in 1648
and beheaded in Palace Yard.
(inv 1633) Prince Charles Ludovic, Count Palatine of the Rhine, Duke of
Bavaria. Son of Frederick, King of Bohemia and the Princess Elizabeth,
daughter of James I.
(inv 1633) James Stuart, 4th Duke of Lennox. Afterwards also 1st Duke
(inv 1633) Henry Danvers, Earl of Danby.
(inv 1633) William Douglas, 8th Earl of Morton. Loyal supporter of
Charles I in the Civil War.
(inv 1635) Algernon Percy, 10th Earl of Northumberland.
(inv 1638) Charles Stuart, Duke of Cornwall. Shortly afterwards styled
PRINCE OF WALES. Subsequently CHARLES II, King of England.
Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of Strafford.
(inv 1661) James Stuart, Duke of York. Afterwards JAMES II, King of
(inv 1645) Prince Rupert, Count Palatine of the Rhine, Duke of Bavaria.
Supporter of Charles I in the Civil War. Elected 1642; installation dispensed
with at Oxford 1645.
(inv 1645) William of Nassau, Prince of Orange. Married Mary, daughter
of Charles I, King of England, by whom he had William III, joint sovereign of
(inv 1645) Sir Bernard de Foix, Captal de Buch.
(app 1649) Maurice, Count Palatine of the Rhine. (Not installed.)
(inv 1661) James Butler, 1st Marquess of Ormonde. Afterwards 1st Duke
(inv 1661) Edward, Count Palatine of the Rhine, Duke of Bavaria. Son of
Frederick, King of Bohemia, and the Princess Elizabeth. daughter of James I.
(inv 1661) George Villiers, 2nd Duke of Buckingham. One of the five
Ministers who formed the "Cabal."
(app 1650) William Seymour, 1st Marquess of Hertford. (Not installed.)
Ladies of the Garter
PHILLIPA OF HAINAULT, QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND. Daughter of William, Count of
Holland and Hainault. Married Edward III, King of England.
Constance of Castile, Duchess of Lancaster. Daughter and heiress of Peter,
King of Castile and Leon. Married, as his second wife, John of Gaunt, Duke
of Lancaster, K.G.
Maud Holland, Lady Courtenay. Daughter of Thomas, 2nd Earl of Kent, K.G.
Married 1st Hugh, Lord Courtenay, K.G.; 2ndly Waleran, Count of St. Paul.
Phillippa Plantagenet, Queen of Portugal.
Elizabeth Plantagenet, Duchess of Exeter.
Phillippa De Couci, Countess of Oxford. Daughter and heiress of Ingelram
(de Couci), Earl of Bedford, K.G., afterwards Duke of Bedford. Married
Robert (de Vere), 9th Earl of Oxford, afterwards Duke of Ireland, K.G.
Isabel of Castile, Countess of Cambridge. Daughter of Peter King of Castile
and Leon. Married Edmund of Langley, Earl of Cambridge, K.G., afterwards
Duke of York.
ANNE OF BOHEMIA, QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND. Daughter of the
Emperor Charles IV. Married, as his first wife, Richard II, King of England.
Eleanor De Bohun.
Anne Manny. Daughter of Sir Walter Manny, K.G.
Married, as his second wife, John Hastings, 2nd Earl of Pembroke, K.G.
Elizabeth De Mohun. Daughter of John Lord Mohun,
K.G. Married William de Montague, 2nd Earl of Salisbury, K.G.
Catherine Plantagenet. Daughter of John of Gaunt Duke of
Lancaster, K.G. She later married Henry, Prince of Asturias, who succeeded
as Henry III, King of Castile and Leon.
Joan Burghersh. Daughter of Sir Bartholomew Burghersh. Married
John, Lord Mohun K.G.
Maud Ufford. Daughter of Sir Ralph Ufford. Married
Thomas (de Vere), 8th Earl of Oxford, who died 1371.
Blanche Mowbray. Daughter of - de Mowbray. Married 1st
Thomas, 3rd Lord Poynings, who died 1375; 2ndly *Sir John Worth.
The Lady Gomeneys. Married John de Geaux, Sire de Gomeneys.
Probably "de Comines" of the family of Phillippe de Commynes, the
historian, and of Jehan de Comines, one of the founding knights of the
Catherine Payne Roet. Daughter of Sir Payne Roet. Married 1st
Sir Hugh Swynford; 2ndly, as his third wife, John of Gaunt, Duke of
Mary De Bohun.
(Elizabeth) Trivet. Daughter of Sir Phillip Timbury. Married
1st Thomas Swinbourne; 2ndly Sir Thomas Trivet, who died 1388.
ISABELLA OF FRANCE, QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND. Daughter of Charles VI, King of
France. Married, as his second wife, Richard II, King of England.
Catherine of Holland. Daughter of Albert, Count of
Holland, K.G. Married William, Duke of Gueldres and Juliers, K.G.
Joan Holland. Daughter of Thomas Holland, 2nd Earl of
Kent, K.G. Married 1st Edmund of Langley, Duke of York, K.G.; 2ndly William,
Lord Willoughby de Eresby, K.G.; 3rdly Henry, Lord Scrope of Masham; 4thly
Henry Bromflete, Lord Vesey.
Margaret Holland. Daughter of Thomas Holland,
2nd Earl of Kent, K.G. Married 1st John Beaufort, Marquess of Dorset,
K.G.; 2ndly Thomas Plantagenet, Duke of Clarence, K.G.
Blanche Bradeston. Probably daughter of Sir Thomas Bradeston.
Lady (Agnes) Arundel. Married Sir William Arundel, K.G.
Lady (Margaret) de Courcy. Married Sir William de Courcy.
JOAN OF NAVARRE, QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND. Daughter of Charles II, King of
Navarre. Married 1st John IV, Duke of Brittany, K.G.; 2ndly Henry IV, King
Queen of Denmark.
Margaret of Burgundy. Daughter of Phillip (the Bold), Duke
of Burgundy, K.G. Married William of Bavaria, Duke of Holland and Count of
Phillippa De Mohun. Daughter of John 2nd Lord Mohun, K.G.
Married 1st as his second wife, Walter, 4th Lord Fitzwalter; 2ndly *Sir John
Golafre; 3rdly Edward Plantagenet, 2nd Duke of York, K.G.
Maud Francis. Daughter of Sir Adam Francis.
Married 1st Sir Alan Buxhull, K.G.; 2ndly John Montague, 3rd Earl of
Margaret Clarell. Daughter of Thomas Clarell. Married Sir
Agnes (Anne), wife of William de Gomeneys, son of le sire de
Beatrix of Portugal. Daughter of John I, King of
Portugal and Donna Agnes Perez. Married 1st Thomas Fitzalan, 5th Earl of
Arundel, K.G.; 2ndly John Holland, Earl of Huntingdon, K.G.
CATHERINE, QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND. Daughter of Charles VI, King
of France. Married Henry V, King of England.
Label Countess of Warwick. Daughter of Thomas le Despencer, Earl of Gloucester, K.G. Married 1st Richard Beauchamp, Earl of Worcester;
2ndly Richard Beauchamp, 5th Earl of Warwick, K.G.
Alice Chaucer. Daughter of Thomas Chaucer of Ewelme.
Married 1st Thomas Montague, 4th Earl of Salisbury, K.G.; 2ndly William
de la Pole, 3rd Earl of Suffolk, K.G., afterwards 1st Duke of Suffolk. On
her tomb in Ewelme church she is represented with a garter on her left arm.
Eleanor De Cobham. Daughter of Reginald, Lord Cobham
of Sterborough, K.G. Married, as his second wife, Humphrey Plantagenet, Duke of Gloucester, K.G. Regent of England.
Jacquetta St. Paul. Daughter of Peter, Count of St.
Paul. Married 1st John Plantagenet, Duke of Bedford, K. G.; 2ndly Sir
Richard Wydville, K.G., afterwards 1st Earl Rivers.
MARGARET, QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND. Daughter of Regnier, Duke of
Anjou, titular King of Sicily, Naples, and Jerusalem. Married Henry VI, King
Anne Whalesburgh. Daughter of Sir John Whalesburgh. Married
Sir William Moleyns, afterwards Lord Moleyns.
Emmeline Cromer. Of the family of Sir William
Cromer, Lord Mayor of London, 1413. Married James, 1st Lord Saye and Sele.
Margaret Ferrars. Sister of Richard Ferrars. Married
John, 1st Lord Beauchamp of Powyk, K.G.
Lady (Margaret) Harcourt. Daughter of Sir John Byron. Married
Sir Robert Harcourt, K.G. On her tomb in Stanton Harcourt church she is
represented with a garter on her left arm.
WOODVILLE, QUEEN CONSORT OF ENGLAND.
- 1477 ELIZABETH
PLANTAGENET, PRINCESS OF ENGLAND.
A list of all knights from 1348 to 1939, adapted from Edmund H. Fellowes:
Knights of the Garter 1348-1939, which is a catalogue of the
stall-plates in St. George's chapel, Windsor.
There are a number of possible sources for lists of the knights of the
- Beltz, George Frederick: Memorials of the Order of the Garter, from its
foundation to the present time. Including the history of the order;
biographical notices of the knights in the reigns of Edward III. and Richard
II., the chronological succession of the members. London, W. Pickering,
1841. [reprint: New York, AMS Press, 1973]
- Shaw, William Arthur: The knights of England; a complete record from
the earliest time to the present day of the knights of all the orders of
chivalry in England, Scotland, and Ireland, and of knights bachelors, by Wm.
A. Shaw. Incorporating a complete list of knights bachelors dubbed in
Ireland, compiled by G. D. Burtchaell. London, Printed and published for
the Central chancery of the orders of knighthood, Sherratt and Hughes, 1906.
[reprint: Baltimore, Geneological Publishing Co., 1970, 1995.]
- Cokayne, George Edward: The Complete Peerage. 2nd ed., London, St.
Catherine Press, 1910-59. vol. 2, appendix B.
- Holmes, Grace: ???. 1984.
Fellowes, and therefore this list, relies on the lists of Betz (1841) and
Shaw (1906). The numbering is that of Shaw. The dates are those of appointment
or elevation (app), or investiture or installation (inv).