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Lord Lieutenant of Merseyside

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Lord Lieutenant of Merseyside

The office of Lord Lieutenant of Merseyside was created on 1 April 1974, taking over some duties from the Lord Lieutenant of Lancashire and Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire.

No. Lord Lieutenant From Until
1 Brigadier Sir Douglas Crawford Kt, CB, DSO, TD 1 April 1974
2 Wing Cdr Sir Kenneth Stoddart KCVO, AE, RAF 1979 1989[1]
3 Henry Egerton Cotton[2] 5 June 1989 1992[3]
4 Sir Alan William Waterworth KCVO 22 November 1993 2006[4]
5 Dame Lorna Muirhead DBE 11 October 2006 present


  1. ^ The Times - Birthdays, first published 26 May 2007.
  2. ^ - Henry Egerton Cotton. URL accessed 5 December 2007.
  3. ^ London Gazette, issue no.51757, 8 June 1989
  4. ^ London Gazette, issue no.53496, 26 November 1993

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