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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.

Order of the Bath

KB

GCB

CB

  • 1975: William George Pottinger (appointed 1972), following his conviction for corruptly receiving gifts from the architect, John Poulson (CVO also revoked)[1]

Order of the British Empire

Number of revocations
Class Number
KBE 1
CBE 10
OBE 31
MBE 70
Total 116

KBE

CBE

OBE

  • 1921: Cecil Malone (appointed 1919), following his conviction under the Defence of the Realm (Acquisition of Land) Act 1920[7]
  • 1922: Reginald Stuart Lindsell (appointed 1919)[8]
  • 1922: Arthur Henry Jolliffe (appointed 1919)[9]
  • 1922: John Stuart Broadbent (appointed 1918)[10]
  • 1924: Hugh Lidwell Flack (appointed 1919)[11]
  • 1924: Charles James Napier (appointed 1919)[12]
  • 1924: Frank Carlyle Kieller Mitchell (appointed 1918)[13]
  • 1925: Ernest Brooks (appointed 1920) [11]
  • 1926: James Christie (appointed 1919) [12]
  • 1947: Philip Henry Tedman (appointed 1945) [13]
  • 1947: William Stewart (appointed 1945) [14]
  • 1949: Hugh Murray (appointed 1944) [15]
  • 1949: Man Wai Wong (appointed 1947), following his conviction for outlawry in Malaya. [16]
  • 1950: Louis Pedretti (appointed 1944) [17]
  • 1950: Alan Lennox Thomson Naish (appointed 1946) [18]
  • 1954: John Hutton (appointed 1946) [19]
  • 1961: Stephen Mackenzie (appointed 1949) [20]
  • 1965: Kim Philby (appointed 1946), following his conviction for being a double agent. [21]
  • 1966: William Gordon Tong (appointed 1960)[14]
  • 1979: David Tempest (appointed 1969) [22]
  • 1979: Frank Percival Nurdin (appointed 1969) [23]
  • 1988: Lester Piggott (appointed 1975), following his conviction for tax fraud. [24]
  • 1993: George Walter Hodgson (appointed 1983) [25]
  • 1994: James Taylor (appointed 1982) [26]
  • 1995: Anthony Leslie Horton (appointed 1989) [27]
  • 1997: Richard Stuart Lines (appointed 1990) following his conviction for fraud. [28] [29]
  • 2001: Philippe Le Roux (appointed 1990), following his conviction under the Financial Services Act 1986. [30] [31]
  • 2001: Robin David Peverett (appointed 1995) following his conviction for child abuse. [32] [33]
  • 2001: John Roylance (appointed 1994), following his conviction by the General Medical Council for serious professional misconduct.[34][35]
  • 2005: Edward "Eddie" Aldridge (appointed 1996) following his conviction for fraud. [36][37]
  • 2006: Dennis Edward Grant (appointed 1984), following his conviction for sexual abuse. [38] [39]

MBE

  • 1921: Ernest Middleton (appointed 1919)[15]
  • 1921: Harry William John Wilkinson (appointed 1919)[16]
  • 1921: Shakar Khan (appointed 1919)[17]
  • 1922: James George Annand Forbes (appointed 1919)[18]
  • 1922: Ernest Robert Powell (appointed 1918)[19]
  • 1923: Edward Seymour Odell (appointed 1919)[20]
  • 1923: Ernest Frederick Strachan (appointed 1919)[21]
  • 1923: John Morgan Knight (appointed 1919)[22]
  • 1923: Richard Williamson (appointed 1918)[23]
  • 1924: Douglas McLaren (appointed 1918)[24]
  • 1925: Leicester Philip Sydney (appointed 1920) [40]
  • 1925: Arthur Nowell Broad (appointed 1919) [41]
  • 1925: James Alexander Webster (appointed 1920) [42]
  • 1926: Michael John Hanney (appointed 1919) [43]
  • 1929: Edward Albert Rix (appointed 1926) [44]
  • 1929: Lee Peck Hock (appointed 1923) [45]
  • 1930: Francis George Clarkson (appointed 1918) [46]
  • 1936: Frank Jago Munford (appointed 1918) [47]
  • 1937: William Ewart Gladstone Trigg (appointed 1918) [48]
  • 1944: Robert Hutchison (appointed 1940) [49]
  • 1944: Edwin Illirgworth (appointed 1943) [50]
  • 1949: Frank Reuben Williams (appointed 1944) [51]
  • 1949: James Walter McDowell Day (appointed 1944) [52]
  • 1949: Thomas Steele Dolan (appointed 1945) [53]
  • 1949: Fredreick Donald Reiffer (appointed 1945) [54]
  • 1950: Francis Joseph Fone (appointed 1949) [55]
  • 1950: William Jardine Barnish (appointed 1945) [56]
  • 1950: Robert Charles Deboice Douglas (appointed 1947) [57]
  • 1950: George Lofthouse (appointed 1945) [58]
  • 1951: John Edward Parr (appointed 1949) [59]
  • 1951: Emanuel Saphir (appointed 1945) [60]
  • 1951: Frank Peter Edwards (appointed 1944) [61]
  • 1952: Frederick George Percy Hicks (appointed 1943) [62]
  • 1952: Kenneth Frank Morrill (appointed 1945) [63]
  • 1952: Otto Nyquist (appointed 1946) [64]
  • 1952: John Musgrave King (appointed 1946) [65]
  • 1955: Russell William Hatch (appointed 1945) [66]
  • 1956: Harry Holliday (appointed 1954) [67]
  • 1956: Arthur James Britnell (appointed 1950) [68]
  • 1956: Frank William White (appointed 1944) [69]
  • 1958: Lionel Henry Bryson (appointed 1950) [70]
  • 1962: Hugh Hickman (appointed 1949) [71]
  • 1963: John Sydney Noel Pounds (appointed 1949) [72]
  • 1965: William Henry Eardley (appointed 1954) [73]
  • 1966: William Alexander McConnach (appointed 1952)[25]
  • 1967: Leslie Gordon Creighton (appointed 1951)[26]
  • 1968: Jack Constable Price Rowe (appointed 1943) [74]
  • 1969: Henry Lyons Webb (appointed 1959) [75]
  • 1969: Oliver Alfred Sidney Cutts (appointed 1963) [76]
  • 1973: Leslie Albert Shipp (appointed 1972) [77]
  • 1975: William Spens, 2nd Baron Spens (appointed 1954), following his conviction for theft. [78]
  • 1980: Graham Griffiths (appointed 1970)[27]
  • 1986: Margaret Crowfoot (appointed 1977) [79]
  • 1987: Peter John Darrington (appointed 1984), following his sentencing by Court Martial.[28]
  • 1989: Edward Rutledge (appointed 1987) [80]
  • 1994: John Hanna Napier (appointed 1991) [81]
  • 1996: William John Johnston (appointed 1991) [82]
  • 1996: David Hardman (appointed 1994) [83]
  • 1996: Frederick Alwyn Oliver Jones (appointed 1994) [84]
  • 1997: Stanley Lewis Brown(appointed 1982), following his conviction for sexual abuse. [85][86]
  • 2000: Brian Lawrence Trood (appointed 1991), following his conviction for sexual assault.[29][87]
  • 2001: Cyril Albert Broom (appointed 1996) [88]
  • 2002: Philip Douglas Taylor (appointed 2000), following his conviction for sexual assault.[30]
  • 2004: Cyril Littlewood (appointed 1971), following his conviction for sexual abuse (MVO also revoked). [89] [90]
  • 2006: Trevor Richardson (appointed 1998), following his conviction for child abuse [91] [92]
  • 2006: Gordon Crearer Fulton Scott (appointed 1998), following his conviction for possession of child pornography. [93] [94]
  • 2006: Jamnadas Virji Sudra (appointed 1996), following his conviction for sexual assault.[95][96]
  • 2006: Michael Eke (appointed 2003), following his conviction for theft and deception. [97]
  • 2006: Naseem Hamed (appointed 1999), following his conviction for dangerous driving.[31]
  • 2008: Nicholas Charles McKeown (appointed 1997), following his conviction for possession of child pornography.[32][33]
  • 2009: Hooman Ghalamkari (appointed 11 June 2005), following conviction on charges of false accounting and theft of prescriptions relating to the pharmacy he ran.[34][35]

British Empire Medal

  • 1966: Norman Frederick Hemmings (awarded 1960)[36]
  • 1980: Frederick Thomas Jolley (awarded 1974)[27]
  • 2000: Ernest Robert Donald (awarded 1985), following his conviction for sexual abuse.[6][37]
  • 2001: Jim Rendall (awarded 1990) following his conviction for fraud.[38][39]

Order of St Michael and St George

CMG

  • 1880: James Craig Loggie[40]

Royal Victorian Order

KCVO

CVO

  • 1975: William George Pottinger (appointed 1953), following his conviction for corruptly receiving gifts from the architect, John Poulson (CB also revoked)[42]

MVO

  • 2004: Cyril Littlewood (appointed 2001), following his conviction for sexual abuse (MBE also revoked).[43]
  • 2007: Michael Joseph Delaney (appointed 2005)[44]

Volunteer Officers' Decoration

  • 1896: Frederick Walter Roberts[45]
  • 1898: Captain and Honorary Major Alexander Hay[46]
  • 1899: Lieutenant-Colonel and Honorary Colonel George Raymond Birt, following his conviction for fraud.[47][48]
  • 1902: Captain and Honorary Major Richard Lewis[49]

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