List of British generals and brigadiers

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This is a list of people who held general officer rank or the rank of brigadier (together now recognized as starred officers) in the British Army, Royal Marines, British Indian Army or other military force.

It does not include English Army generals or Scottish Army generals. Neither England nor Scotland has had its own army since the Acts of Union in 1707. Generals promoted by the Kingdom of Great Britain (1707–1800), United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (1801–1922) and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (1922–present) are included.

See also Category:British generals – note that a "Brigadier" is not classed as a "general" in the British Army, despite being a NATO 1-star equivalent rank.[1] Prior to the mid to late-1990s, British ranks used a hyphen.

Hence, in the lists below:

  • 1* = Brigadier-General/Brigadier
  • 2* = Major-General (prior to 1990s) / Major General (mid 1990s onwards)
  • 3* = Lieutenant-General (prior to 1990s) / Lieutenant General (mid 1990s onwards)
  • 4* = General
  • 5* = Field Marshal

(dates after the name are birth and death)

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Rank Name Year born Year died Notes
Major-General Henry Richard Abadie 1841 1915 GOC Eastern District
Major-General Herbert Edward Stacy Abbott 1814 1883 Indian Army
General Sir James Abbott 1807 1896 Indian Army
Brigadier Burton Edward Abbott 1906 1968 13th Frontier Force, Indian Army[2]
Brigadier Leonard Henry Abbott 1875 1949 DA&QMG[3]
Brigadier Sir Alexander Abel Smith 1904 1980
General James Abercrombie 1706 1781 Commander-in-Chief, North America
General Robert Abercromby of Airthrey 1740 1827 Commander-in-Chief, India
Lieutenant-General Sir John Abercromby 1772 1817 Commander-in Chief, Bombay Army and Madras Army
Lieutenant-General Sir Ralph Abercromby 1734 1801 Commander-in-Chief, Ireland
Lieutenant-General William Scarlett, 3rd Baron Abinger 1826 1892
Major-General Kevin David Abraham 1960 Director General of Army Reform, late Royal Regiment of Artillery[4]
Major-General Sir William Abraham 1897 1980 Controller General of Military Economy, India [2]
Lieutenant-General Wroth Palmer Acland 1770 1816
Major-General Sir John Acland 1928 2006 GOC South West District
Brigadier Peter Acland 1902 1993
Major-General Sir Allan Henry Shafto Adair 1897 1988 GOC Guards Armoured Division and Guards Division
General Frederick Adam 1781 1853
Brigadier-General Frederick John Stuart Adam 1837 1920 Indian Staff Corps
Lieutenant-General Alexander Adams 1835
Major-General Sir John Worthington Adams 1764 1837 Indian Army
Major-General Sir Robert Bellew Adams VC, CB 1856 1928 Indian Army
Brigadier-General Thomas Adams 1730 (circa) 1764 Commander-in-Chief, India, posthumously promoted
Major-General George Henry Addison 1876 1964 Colonel Commandant, Corps of Royal Engineers[2]
Brigadier Leonard Addison 1902 1975 Indian Army [2]
Brigadier William Michael Rutherford Addison 1935 2000
Brigadier-General Rodolph Ladeveze Adlercron 1873 1966 GOC Infantry Brigade and Calais Base[3]
Brigadier John Frederick Adye 1900 1977 Royal Artillery, 4th Indian Infantry Division[2]
General Sir John Miller Adye 1819 1900 Surveyor-General of the Ordnance
Brigadier Monowar Khan Afridi 1900 1968 Indian Medical Services [2]
Lieutenant-General Sir Andrew Agnew 1689 1771
Brigadier-General James Agnew 1719 1777
Brigadier David Francis Aikenhead 1895 1955 Royal Artillery[2]
Brigadier-General Henry Sandys Ainsley[5] 1869 1948 GOC 18th Brigade, 6th Division
Brigadier William Aird-Smith 1893 1942 Indian Army [2]
General Richard Airey, 1st Baron Airey 1803 1881 Adjutant-General to the Forces
Brigadier Rowland Montagu Airey 1884 Army Service Corps
Lieutenant-General Sir Terence Airey 1900 1983 Commander British Forces in Hong Kong
Major-General Sir Christopher Airy 1934 GOC London District
Brigadier-General Arthur Aitken 1861 1924 temporary Major-General
Brigadier William Henry Hutton Aitken 1898 1978 Royal Engineers [2]
Major-General John Aldam Aizlewood 1895 1990 GOC 42nd Armoured Division
General Sir John Akehurst 1930 2007 Deputy Supreme Allied Commander Europe
Major-General William Philip Jopp Akerman 1888 1972 Royal Artillery[2]
Field Marshal Alan Brooke, 1st Viscount Alanbrooke 1883 1963 Chief of the Imperial General Staff (1941-1946)
Major-General Clifton Edward Rawdon Grant Alban 1889 1964 ADC to the King[2]
General George Keppel, 3rd Earl of Albemarle 1724 1772 Colonel of the 3rd (The King's Own) Regiment of Dragoons
General George Keppel, 6th Earl of Albemarle 1799 1891
Lieutenant-General Willem van Keppel, 2nd Earl of Albemarle 1702 1754
Lieutenant-General Sir Edwin Alderson 1859 1927 GOC Corps[3]
Brigadier Toby Low, 1st Baron Aldington 1914 2000 King's Royal Rifle Corps
Brigadier James Robert Travers Aldous[2] 1898 1985 Royal Engineers
Brigadier-General Charles Henry Alexander 1856 1946 CRA[3]
Major-General David Crichton Alexander 1926 2017 Royal Marines
Major-General Ernest Wright Alexander 1870 1934 GOCRA
Field Marshal Harold Alexander, 1st Earl Alexander of Tunis 1891 1969 Supreme Allied Commander Allied Force Headquarters
Major-General Henry Lethbridge Alexander 1878 1944 CB, CMG, DSO – DA&QMG[3]
Major-General Henry Templer Alexander 1927 2014 Chief of the Defence Staff (Ghana)
Major-General Paul Donald Alexander 1934 2018 Colonel Commandant Royal Corps of Signals
Major-General David Alexander-Sinclair 1927 2014 GOC 1st Armoured Division
Major-General Frederick John Alfieri[2] 1892 1961 Director of Supplies & Transport, Indian Army
General Sir Archibald Alison, 2nd Baronet 1826 1907 GOC Aldershot Command
Brigadier-General Percy Stuart Allan[5] 1874 GOC 155th Brigade, 52nd (Lowland) Division TF
Brigadier-General Walter Allason[5] 1875 1960 GOC 52nd Infantry Brigade, 17th (Northern) Division
Brigadier-General Alfred James Whitacre Allen[5] 1857 1939 GOC 74th Brigade, 25th Division
Brigadier Algernon Anderson Johnston Allen[2] 1894 1981 Military Commander of Jerusalem, Lydda and Gaza Districts
Brigadier Basil George Allen[2] 1893 1970 Sherwood Foresters
Brigadier Frederick Josephus Allen[2] 1897 1954 Royal Signals
Brigadier John Frederick Whitacre Allen MC[2] 1890 1976 The Buffs
Major-General John Geoffrey Robyn Allen[2] 1923 2010 Director, Royal Armoured Corps
Brigadier John Robert Allen[2] 1893 1971 Royal Army Service Corps
Major-General Robert Hall Allen[2] 1886 1984 GOC 5th, 8th Anti-Aircraft Division
Brigadier Ronald Lewis Allen 1916 1986 Royal Army Ordnance Corps
Field Marshal Edmund Allenby, 1st Viscount Allenby 1861 1936 GOC Egyptian Expeditionary Force
Lieutenant-General Sir Charles Walter Allfrey 1895 1964 General Officer Commanding V Corps during the Italian Campaign.
Brigadier-General William Henry Loraine Allgood[5] 1868 1957 GOC 45th Brigade, 15th (Scottish) Division
Brigadier George Frederick Allison KBE MC[2] 1888 1946 Royal Army Medical Corps
Brigadier William Wigram Allison[2] 1895 1984 Commanding Officer 307th Infantry Brigade [North-West Europe]
Brigadier Edward Percival Allman-Smith[2] 1886 1969 Deputy Director of Medical Services in British Palestine and Trans-Jordan
Brigadier George Frederick Hill Alms[2] 1895 1973 Royal Engineers
Brigadier Llewellyn Arthur Augustus Alston CBE DSO MC[2] 1890 1968 Royal Welch Fusiliers
Major-General Sir Charles Alten GCB 1764 1840 Led Wellington's 3rd Division during the Hundred Days
Major-General Robert Guy Eardley Yerburgh, 2nd Baron Alvingham 1926 2020 Director of Army Quartering
Brigadier Robert Denis Ambrose OBE, MC[2] 1896 1974 Inspector-General of Frontier Corps
Field Marshal Jeffery Amherst, 1st Baron Amherst[2] 1717 1797
Major-General Leon Williamson Amps[2] 1892 1989 Director of Works, War Office
General Peregrine Bertie, 3rd Duke of Ancaster and Kesteven 1714 1778
Brigadier Austin Thomas Anderson 1868 1949 CRA;[3] commanded the 48th (South Midland) Division's artillery in 1920–24[6]
Lieutenant-General Sir Charles Alexander Anderson 1857 1940 GOC Corps[3]
Major-General Nelson Graham Anderson 1875 1945 DA&QMG[3]
Brigadier-General Stuart Milligan Anderson DSO CRA[3]
Lieutenant-General Warren Hastings Anderson 1872 1930 Quartermaster-General to the Forces; MGGS[3]
Brigadier-General A. T. Anderson 1886 1949 An Australian brigadier-general who received the Légion d'honneur when a colonel in the British Army
Brigadier Andrew Anderson 1890 1999[7] Commanding Officer 11th Indian Infantry Brigade [North Africa]; POW in Colditz
Major-General Alexander Vass Anderson[2] 1895 1963 Director of Civil Affairs at the War Office
Lieutenant-General Sir Desmond Francis Anderson 1885 1967 Command III and then II Corps
Brigadier Sir Duncan Law Anderson KBE TD* CEng FICE MIStructE 1901 1980 Chairman of the materials committee of the Allied economics board[8]
Brigadier Sir Gilmour Menzies Anderson[2] 1914 1977 Commanding Officer of the 16th Infantry Brigade
General Sir John D'Arcy Anderson[2] 1908 1988 Deputy Chief of Imperial General Staff
Major-General Sir John Evelyn Anderson[2] 1916 2007 Signals Officer-in-Chief.
General Sir Kenneth Arthur Noel Anderson 1891 1959 Commander of the British First Army
Lieutenant-General Sir Richard Neville Anderson 1907 1979 General Officer Commanding-in-Chief Northern Ireland Command
Brigadier Robert Charles Beckett Anderson DSO[2] 1895 1982 A&SH
Brigadier Reginald Wood Andrews MC[2] 1897 1978 Royal Regiment of Artillery
Field Marshal Henry Paget, 1st Marquess of Anglesey 1768 1854
Brigadier Tom Hardy Angus[2] 1889 1984 Director of Air, Army Headquarters India
Brigadier Seymour Willoughby Anketell-Jones OBE, MC[2] 1898 1972 Deputy Director of Ordnance Services
Brigadier-General Barnett Dyer Lempriere Gray Anley CMG, DSO.[3] 1873 1954 GOC 125th (Lancashire Fusiliers) Brigade TA
Brigadier-General Frederick Gore Anley CB CMG[3] 1864 1936 GOG No 8 Demobilisation Area
Brigadier-General William Bower Anley DSO 1871 19?? Commander, Heavy Artillery (CHA)[3] commanding the heavy artillery of VII Corps, three days before the Armistice.
Brigadier Francis Dighton Annesley[2] 1888 1983
Major General Nicholas George Picton Ansell 1937 Director, Royal Armoured Corps
Major-General Edward Anson 1826 1925
Major-General George Anson 1797 1857
General Sir George Anson 1769 1849 GCB
General Sir William Anson, 1st Baronet 1772 1847
Brigadier Sir John Anstey 1907 2000 deputy head of SOE's India Mission.
Brigadier John Henry Anstice 1897 1970
Lieutenant-General Philip Anstruther c. 1680 1760
Brigadier Sir Richard Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe 1908 1985 [2]
Brigadier-General Edward Benjamin Appelbe 1855 1935
Major-General David Stanley Appelby 1918 1989
Lieutenant-General Dick Applegate 1955 living
Brigadier Gilbert Leonard Appleton 1894 1970 [2]
Major-General Kenelm Charles Appleyard 1894 1967 [2]
Major-General Frederick Ernest Appleyard 1829 1911
Brigadier-General Alexander George Arbuthnot 1873 1961 CMG, DSO[9]
Lieutenant-General Sir Charles Arbuthnot 1824 1899 GCB
General Charles George James Arbuthnot 1801 1870
Brigadier-General Sir Dalrymple Arbuthnot 1867 1941 CRA
Major-General George Alexander Arbuthnot
Major-General George Bingham Arbuthnot 1803 1867
Major-General Henry Thomas Arbuthnot
General Sir Hugh Arbuthnot 1780 1868
Major-General Keith Arbuthnott, 15th Viscount of Arbuthnott 1900 1980
Lieutenant-General Sir Robert Arbuthnot 1773 1853


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