|Name||Date of Appointment||Date of Death||Notes|
Field Marshal The Earl Roberts, V.C., K.G., K.P., G.C.B., G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E., V.D., P.C.
|26 June 1902||14 November 1914||army officer|
Field Marshal The Viscount Wolseley, K.P., G.C.B., G.C.M.G., P.C.
|26 June 1902||25 March 1913||army officer|
Field Marshal The Lord Kitchener of Khartoum, G.C.B., G.C.M.G.
|26 June 1902||5 June 1916||army officer|
|4.||The Lord Rayleigh||26 June 1902||30 June 1919||physicist|
The Lord Kelvin, G.C.V.O.
|26 June 1902||17 December 1907||physicist|
|6.||The Lord Lister||26 June 1902||10 February 1912||surgeon|
Admiral of the Fleet Sir Henry Keppel, G.C.B.
|26 June 1902||17 January 1904||naval officer|
|8.||The Rt. Hon. John Morley||26 June 1902||23 September 1923||writer and politician|
|9.||William Edward Hartpole Lecky||26 June 1902||22 October 1903||historian|
Admiral Sir Edward Hobart Seymour, G.C.B.
|26 June 1902||2 March 1929||naval officer|
Sir William Huggins, K.C.B.
|26 June 1902||12 May 1910||astronomer|
|12.||George Frederic Watts||26 June 1902||1 July 1904||painter and sculptor|
Field Marshal Sir George Stuart White, V.C., G.C.B., G.C.S.I., G.C.M.G., G.C.I.E., G.C.V.O.
|30 June 1905||24 June 1912||army officer|
Admiral Sir John Fisher, G.C.B.
|30 June 1905||10 July 1920||naval officer|
|15.||Sir Richard Claverhouse Jebb||3 June 1905||9 December 1905||classicist and politician|
|16.||Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema||30 June 1905||25 June 1912||painter|
|17.||George Meredith||30 June 1905||18 May 1909||novelist and poet|
|18.||William Holman Hunt||30 June 1905||7 September 1910||painter|
|19.||Field Marshal Prince Yamagata Aritomo||21 February 1906||1 February 1922||honorary member; Japanese army officer and statesman|
|20.||Field Marshal Prince Oyama Iwao||21 February 1906||10 December 1916||honorary member; Japanese army officer|
|21.||Marshal-Admiral Marquess Togo Heihachiro||21 February 1906||30 May 1934||honorary member; Japanese naval officer|
The Earl of Cromer, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., K.C.S.I.
|29 June 1906||29 January 1917||British ruler of Egypt|
|23.||The Rt. Hon. James Bryce||11 February 1907||22 January 1922||historian and politician|
Sir Joseph Dalton Hooker, G.C.S.I.
|30 June 1907||10 December 1911||botanist|
|25.||Florence Nightingale||12 May 1907||13 August 1910||nurse|
|26.||Henry Jackson||26 June 1908||25 September 1921||classicist|
|27.||Alfred Russel Wallace||26 June 1908||25 September 1921||biologist|
|28.||Sir William Crookes||8 July 1910||4 April 1919||chemist and physicist|
|29.||Thomas Hardy||8 July 1910||11 January 1928||novelist and poet|
The Rt. Hon. Sir George Otto Trevelyan, Bt.
|19 June 1911||17 August 1928||historian and politician|
|31.||Edward Elgar||19 June 1911||23 February 1934||composer|
Admiral of the Fleet Sir Arthur Knyvet Wilson, G.C.B., G.C.V.O.
|8 March 1912||25 May 1921||naval officer|
|33.||Sir J. J. Thompson||15 March 1912||30 August 1940||physicist|
Sir Archibald Geikie, K.C.B.
|1 January 1914||10 November 1924||geologist|
Field Marshal Sir John French, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., K.C.M.G.
|3 December 1914||22 May 1925||army officer|
The Viscount Haldane, K.T., P.C., K.C.
|26 May 1915||19 August 1928||politician, lawyer, and philosopher|
|37.||Henry James||1 January 1916||28 February 1916||novelist and critic|
Admiral Sir John Jellicoe, G.C.B., K.C.V.O.
|31 May 1916||20 November 1935||naval officer|
|39.||The Rt. Hon. Arthur Balfour||3 June 1916||19 March 1930||prime minister and philosopher|
|40.||Marshal Ferdinand Foch||29 November 1918||20 March 1929||honorary member; French army officer|
Admiral of the Fleet Sir David Beatty, G.C.B., G.C.V.O.
|3 June 1919||11 March 1936||naval officer|
Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, K.T., G.C.B., G.C.V.O., K.C.I.E.
|3 June 1919||29 January 1928||army officer|
|43.||Marshal Joseph Joffre||26 June 1919||3 January 1931||honorary member; French army officer|
|44.||The Rt. Hon. David Lloyd George||5 August 1919||26 March 1945||prime minister|
|45.||Sir James Matthew Barrie, Bart.||2 January 1922||19 June 1937||playwright and novelist|
|46.||Francis Herbert Bradley||3 June 1924||18 September 1924||philosopher|
Sir Charles Scott Sherrington, G.B.E.
|3 June 1924||4 March 1952||pathologist|
|48.||Sir James George Frazer||1 January 1925||7 May 1941||anthropologist|
|49.||Ernest Rutherford||1 January 1925||19 October 1937||physicist|
Sir Charles Algernon Parsons, K.C.B.
|3 June 1927||11 February 1931||engineer|
Sir George Abraham Grierson, K.C.I.E.
|4 June 1928||9 March 1941||linguist|
|52.||Robert Seymour Bridges||3 June 1929||21 April 1930||poet|
|53.||John Galsworthy||3 June 1929||31 January 1933||novelist|
|54.||Samuel Alexander||3 June 1930||13 September 1938||philosopher|
|55.||M. R. James||3 June 1930||12 June 1936||medievalist and short story writer|
|56.||George Macaulay Trevelyan||3 June 1930||21 July 1962||historian|
Admiral of the Fleet Sir Charles Madden, Bt., G.C.B., G.C.V.O., K.C.M.G.
|1 January 1931||5 June 1935||naval officer|
|58.||Philip Wilson Steer||1 January 1931||18 March 1942||painter|
Sir William Henry Bragg, K.B.E.
|3 June 1931||10 March 1942||physicist and chemist|
|60.||John William Mackail||1 January 1935||13 December 1945||literary scholar|
|61.||John Edward Masefield||3 June 1935||12 May 1967||poet|
|62.||Ralph Vaughan Williams||3 June 1935||26 August 1958||composer|
|63.||Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins||3 June 1935||16 May 1947||biochemist|
Field Marshal Sir Philip Chetwode, Bt., G.C.B., G.C.S.I., K.C.M.G., D.S.O.
|1 January 1936||6 July 1950||army officer|
|65.||The Rt. Hon. Herbert Albert Laurens Fisher||1 February 1937||18 April 1940||educator, historian, and politician|
The Lord Baden-Powell, G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., K.C.B.
|11 May 1937||8 January 1941||army officer and founder of the Scouting movement|
|67.||Sir Arthur Stanley Eddington||9 June 1938||22 November 1944||astrophysicist|
Admiral of the Fleet The Lord Chatfield, G.C.B., K.C.M.G., C.V.O.
|2 January 1939||15 November 1967||naval officer|
|69.||Sir James Hopwood Jeans||2 January 1939||16 September 1946||astrophysicist|
Marshal of the Royal Air Force Sir Cyril Newall, G.C.B., C.M.G., C.B.E.
|29 October 1940||30 November 1963||R.A.F. officer|
|71.||Gilbert Murray||1 January 1941||20 May 1957||classicist|
|72.||Sir Edwin Lutyens||1 January 1942||1 January 1944||architect|
|73.||Augustus John||11 June 1942||31 October 1961||painter|
|74.||Edgar Adrian||11 June 1942||4 August 1977||physiologist|
|75.||Sir William Searle Holdsworth||1 January 1943||2 January 1944||legal historian|
|76.||Admiral of the Fleet Sir Dudley Pound||3 September 1943||21 October 1943||naval officer|
|77.||The Lord Passfield||8 June 1944||13 October 1947||economist and politician|
|78.||Sir Henry Hallett Dale||8 June 1944||23 July 1968||physiologist|
|79.||Sir Giles Gilbert Scott||8 June 1944||8 February 1960||architect|
|80.||Alfred North Whitehead||1 January 1945||30 December 1947||mathematician and philosopher|
|81.||General of the Army Dwight David Eisenhower||12 June 1945||28 March 1969||honorary member; American army officer|
|82.||The Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill||1 January 1946||24 January 1965||prime minister and historian|
|83.||Marshal of the Royal Air Force The Viscount Portal of Hungerford||1 January 1946||22 April 1971||R.A.F. officer|
|84.||Field Marshal The Viscount Alanbrooke||13 June 1946||22 April 1971||army officer|
|85.||Admiral of the Fleet The Viscount Cunningham of Hyndhope||13 June 1946||12 June 1963||naval officer|
|86.||The Earl of Halifax||13 June 1946||23 December 1959||politician and diplomatist|
|87.||Field Marshal The Rt. Hon. Jan Smuts||1 January 1947||11 September 1950||army officer and Prime Minister of South Africa|
|88.||John Gilbert Winant||1 January 1947||3 November 1947||honorary member; American diplomatist|
|89.||The Rt. Hon. William Lyon Mackenzie King||17 November 1947||22 July 1950||Prime Minister of Canada|
|90.||T. S. Eliot||1 January 1948||4 January 1965||poet and dramatist|
|91.||Sir Robert Robinson||9 June 1949||8 February 1975||chemist|
|92.||The Earl Russell||9 June 1949||2 February 1970||philosopher|
|93.||The Rt. Hon. Sir Alexander Cadogan||1 January 1951||9 July 1968||diplomat and civil servant|
|94.||Marshal of the Royal Air Force The Viscount Trenchard||1 January 1951||10 February 1956||R.A.F. officer|
|95.||G. E. Moore||7 June 1951||24 October 1958||philosopher|
|96.||The Rt. Hon. Clement Attlee||5 November 1951||8 October 1967||prime minister|
|97.||Wilder Penfield||1 January 1953||5 April 1976||Canadian neurosurgeon|
|98.||Walter de la Mare||1 June 1953||22 June 1956||poet|
|99.||Albert Schweitzer||25 February 1955||4 September 1965||theologiain, physician, and missionary|
|100.||The Lord Hailey||31 May 1956||1 June 1969||colonial administrator|
|101.||Sir John Cockcroft||1 January 1957||18 September 1967||physicist|
|102.||The Viscount Waverley||8 December 1957||4 January 1958||civil servant and politician|
|103.||Sir Macfarlane Burnet||12 June 1958||31 August 1958||Australian virologist|
|104.||The Viscount Samuel||21 November 1958||2 February 1963||politician and diplomat|
|105.||Field Marshal The Earl Alexander of Tunis||23 April 1960||16 June 1969||army officer|
|106.||Sir Cyril Norman Hinshelwood||23 April 1960||9 October 1967||chemist|
|107.||Graham Sutherland||23 April 1960||17 February 1980||painter|
|108.||Sir Geoffrey de Havilland||23 November 1962||21 May 1965||aviator|
|109.||Sir Basil Spence||23 November 1962||19 November 1976||architect|
|110.||Sir Owen Dixon||29 May 1963||7 July 1972||Australian jurist|
|111.||Sir Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan||12 June 1963||17 April 1975||Indian philosopher and politician|
|112.||G. P. Gooch||16 August 1963||31 August 1968||journalist and historian|
|113.||Henry Moore||16 August 1963||31 August 1986||sculptor|
|114.||Benjamin Britten||23 March 1965||4 December 1976||composer|
|115.||Dorothy Hodgkin||23 March 1965||29 July 1994||chemist|
|116.||Admiral of the Fleet The Earl Mountbatten of Burma||15 July 1965||27 August 1979||naval officer and last Viceroy of India|
|117.||The Lord Florey||15 July 1965||21 February 1968||Australian pathologist|
|118.||Patrick Blackett||20 November 1967||13 July 1974||physicist|
|119.||Sir William Walton||20 November 1967||8 March 1983||composer|
|120.||Ben Nicholson||23 April 1968||6 February 1982||painter|
|121.||Sir Solly Zuckerman||23 April 1968||1 April 1993||zoologist|
|122.||H.R.H. The Duke of Edinburgh||10 June 1968||royal consort|
|123.||E. M. Forster||1 January 1969||7 June 1970||novelist and literary critic|
|124.||The Rt. Hon. Malcolm MacDonald||14 July 1969||11 January 1981||politician, diplomat, and colonial administrator|
|125.||The Lord Penney||14 July 1969||3 March 1991||mathematician|
|126.||Sir G. I. Taylor||14 July 1969||27 June 1975||physicist and mathematician|
|127.||Dame Cicely Veronica Wedgwood||14 July 1969||9 March 1997||historian|
|128.||John Cawte Beaglehole||21 March 1970||10 October 1971||New Zealand historian|
|129.||The Rt. Hon. Lester Bowles Pearson||20 May 1971||27 December 1972||Prime Minister of Canada|
|130.||Sir Isaiah Berlin||20 May 1971||5 November 1997||philosopher and historian|
|131.||Sir George Edwards||20 May 1971||2 March 2003||aircraft designer and industrialist|
|132.||Sir Alan Lloyd Hodgkin||17 April 1973||20 December 1998||physiologist|
|133.||Paul Dirac||17 April 1973||20 October 1984||physicist|
|134.||The Rt. Hon. Harold Macmillan||2 April 1976||29 December 1986||prime minister|
|135.||The Lord Hinton of Bankside||2 April 1976||22 June 1983||nuclear engineer|
|136.||The Lord Clark||2 April 1976||21 May 1983||art historian|
|137.||Sir Ronald Syme||2 April 1976||4 September 1989||historian|
|138.||The Lord Todd||24 October 1977||10 January 1997||biochemist|
|139.||The Lord Franks||24 October 1977||15 October 1992||civil servant and philosopher|
|140.||Sir Frederick Ashton||24 October 1977||18 October 1988||dancer and choreographer|
|141.||J. B. Priestley||24 October 1977||14 August 1984||novelist and playwright|
|142.||The Lord Olivier||6 February 1981||11 July 1989||actor and director|
|143.||Sir Peter Medawar||6 February 1981||2 October 1987||biologist|
|144.||Leonard Cheshire||6 February 1981||31 July 1992||pilot and philanthropist|
|145.||The Rev. Owen Chadwick||11 November 1983||theological historian|
|146.||Sir Andrew Huxley||11 November 1983||30 May 2012||biophysicist|
|147.||Sir Sidney Nolan||11 November 1983||28 November 1992||Australian painter|
|148.||Sir Michael Tippett||11 November 1983||8 January 1998||composer|
|149.||Mother Teresa||18 November 1983||5 September 1997||honorary member, missionary and philanthropist|
|150.||Graham Greene||11 February 1986||3 April 1991||novelist|
|151.||Frederick Sanger||11 February 1986||biochemist|
|152.||Air Commodore Sir Frank Whittle||11 February 1986||9 August 1996||engineer|
|153.||Yehudi menuhin||25 February 1987||12 March 1999||violinist|
|154.||Sir Ernest Gombrich||15 February 1988||3 November 2001||art historian|
|155.||Max Perutz||15 February 1988||6 February 2002||molecular biologist|
|156.||Dame Cicely Saunders||30 November 1989||14 July 2005||nurse and social worker|
|157.||Sir George Porter||30 November 1989||31 August2002||chemist|
|158.||The Baroness Thatcher||7 December 1990||prime minister|
|159.||Dame Joan Sutherland||29 November 1991||10 October 2010||soprano|
|160.||Francis Crick||27 November 1991||28 July 2004||molecular biologist|
|161.||Dame Ninette de Valois||17 November 1992||8 March 2001||dancer and choreographer|
|162.||Sir Michael Atiyah||17 November 1992||mathematician|
|163.||The Lord Jenkins of Hillhead||6 December 1993||5 January 2003||politician and historian|
|164.||Lucian Freud||6 December 1993||20 July 2011||painter|
|165.||Nelson Mandela||21 March 1995||honorary member; President of South Africa|
|166.||Sir Aaron Klug||23 October 1995||biophysicist|
|167.||Sir John Gielgud||9 December 1996||21 May 2000||actor and director|
|168.||The Lord Denning||25 November 1997||5 March 1999||jurist|
|169.||The Lord Foster of Thames Bank||25 November 1997||architect|
|170.||Sir Denis Rooke||25 November 1997||2 September 2008||industrialist and engineer|
|171.||Ted Hughes||10 August 1998||28 October 1998||poet|
|172.||His Eminence Basil Cardinal Hume||25 May 1999||17 June 1999||Roman Catholic prelate|
|173.||Sir James Black||9 May 2000||22 March 2010||pharmacologist|
|174.||Sir Anthony Caro||9 May 2000||sculptor|
|175.||Sir Roger Penrose||9 May 2000||mathematical physicist|
|176.||Sir Tom Stoppard||9 May 2000||playwright|
|177.||H.R.H. The Prince of Wales||27 June 2002||heir to the throne|
|178.||The Lord May of Oxford||28 October 2002||ecologist|
|179.||The Lord Rothschild||28 October 2002||philanthropist|
|180.||Sir David Attenborough||10 June 2005||broadcaster and naturalist|
|181.||The Lady Boothroyd||10 June 2005||Speaker of the House of Commons|
|182.||Sir Michael Howard||10 June 2005||historian|
|183.||The Lord Eames||13 June 2007||Anglican prelate|
|184.||Sir Tim Berners-Lee||13 June 2007||inventor of the World Wide Web|
|185.||The Lord Rees of Ludlow||13 June 2007||astronomer|
|186.||The Rt. Hon. Jean Chrétien||13 July 2009||Prime Minister of Canada|
|187.||Neil MacGregor||4 November 2010||art historian|
|188.||David Hockney||1 January 2012||artist|
|189.||The Hon. John Howard||1 January 2012||Prime Minister of Australia|
|190.||Sir Simon Rattle, C.B.E.||1 January 2014||orchestra conductor|
|191.||Martin Litchfield West||1 January 2014||1||classicist|
|192.||Sir Magdi Yacoub||1 January 2014||cardiothoracic surgeon|
|193.||The Lord Darzi of Denham, K.B.E., P.C.||31 December 2015||laparoscopic surgeon|
|194.||Dame Anne Dowling, D.B.E.||31 December 2015||mechanical engineer|
|195.||Sir James Dyson, C.B.E.||31 December 2015||industrial designer|