Gentlemen-at-arms

Gentlemen-at-arms, next to the yeomen of the guard the oldest corps in the British army, is the bodyguard of the sovereign; was formed by Henry VIII. in 1509; now consists of a captain, lieutenant, standard-bearer, adjutant, and 40 members, whose duties are limited to attendance at State ceremonies.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Gentle Shepherd * Gentz, Friedrich von
Genlis, Stephanie Félicité, Comtesse de
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Gens Braccata
Gens Togata
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Gentilly
Gentle Shepherd
Gentle Shepherd
Gentlemen-at-arms
Gentz, Friedrich von
Geoffrey of Monmouth
Geoffrey Saint-Hilaire, Étienne
Geoffrin, Marie Thérèse
George I.
George II.
George III.
George IV.
George I.
George, Henry