Colonel Ogilby

The Army Museums Ogilby Trust is a private charity founded in 1954 by the late Colonel Robert Ogilby DSO, DL whose wartime experiences made him a passionate believer in the inspirational power of regimental identity on the British soldier’s fighting spirit. His Trust therefore set about the task of honouring the rich heritage of their individual regiments and corps through the medium of museum collections. List of Patron, Chairman, Vice Patrons, Trustees etc.


The Patron, Vice Patrons and Trustees bring to AMOT, and thereby the service of regimental and corps museums, unparalleled experience across a wide field.

Patron His Royal Highness, The Duke of York KG, KCVO, ADC

Vice Patrons

Field Marshal Sir John Chapple GCB CBE DL  –  Sir Robert Crawford CBE  –  General Sir Garry Johnson KCB OBE MC  –  Mr David Lyon MBE  –  The Hon. David McAlpine

Chairman Lieutenant General Sir Philip Trousdell KBE CB


Major General David Burden CB CVO CBE  –  Mr James Codrington  –  Caroline Lady Dalmeny  –  Brigadier Charles Grant OBE  –  Mr Stephen Henwood CBE TD  –  Ms Diane Lees CBE FMA FRSA  –  Brigadier Allan Mallinson  –  Major General David McDowall CBE  –  Colonel Marc Overton TD  –  Mr Timothy Parkes TD  –  Ms Victoria Schofield  –  Mrs Victoria Wallace

Director Andrew Lloyd MBE