High Sheriff of Antrim

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The High Sheriff of Antrim is the Sovereign's judicial representative in County Antrim. Initially an office for lifetime, assigned by the Sovereign, the High Sheriff became annually appointed from the Provisions of Oxford in 1258.[1] Besides his judicial importance, he has ceremonial and administrative functions and executes High Court Writs.[2]

History[edit]

The first (High) Shrivalties were established before the Norman Conquest in 1066 and date back to Saxon times.[3] In 1908, an Order in Council made the Lord-Lieutenant the Sovereign's prime representative in a county and reduced the High Sheriff's precedence.[4] Despite however that the office retains his responsibilities for the preservation of law and order in a county.[2]

While the office of High Sheriff ceased to exist in those Irish counties, which had formed the Irish Free State in 1922, it is still present in the counties of Northern Ireland.

James I, 1603–1625[edit]

  • 1603: Thomas Pavell [5]
  • 1613: Hugh Clotworthy [5]
  • 1618: Sir Hugh Clotworthy [5]
  • 1622: Sir Hugh Clotworthy [6]

Charles I, 1625–1649[edit]

  • 1625: Moses Hill [5]
  • 1626: Neal Oge O'Neill [5]
  • 1627: Cormick O'Hara [5]
  • 1628: William Houston [5]
  • 1629: Alexander MacDonnell [5]
  • 1630: Robert Adair [5]
  • 1631: Arthur O'Neill [5]
  • 1632: Alexander Stuart [5]
  • 1633: John Donaldson [5]
  • 1634: Arthur Hill [5]
  • 1635: Edward Maxwell [5]
  • 1636: John Dalway [7]

English Interregnum, 1649–1660[edit]

  • 1656: Roger Lyndon [8]
  • 1659: John Upton [5]

Charles II, 1660–1685[edit]

  • 1660: John Shaw [5]
  • 1661: Hercules Langford [5]
  • 1662: Alexander Dalway [7]
  • 1663: Thomas Warrin [5]
  • 1664: Richard Dobbs [9]
  • 1665: John Donaldson [5]
  • 1666: Anthony Horsman [5]
  • 1667: Francis Stafford [5]
  • 1668: Patrick Agnew [5]
  • 1669: Archibald Edmonston [5]
  • 1670: Sir Robert Colville [5]
  • 1671: George Maccartney [5]
  • 1672: William Upton [5]
  • 1673: Thadeus O'Hara [5]
  • 1674: John Galland [5]
  • 1675: Randall Bryce [10]
  • 1676: William Huston [5]
  • 1677: William Lesley [5]
  • 1678: Edward Harrison [5]
  • 1679: Henry Spencer [5]
  • 1680: Randall Smith [5]
  • 1681: George Macartney [5]
  • 1682: John Bickerstaffe [5]
  • 1683: John Bickerstaffe † / succeeded by Charles Stuart [5]
  • 1684: Henry Davys [5]

James II, 1685–1688[edit]

  • 1685: Thomas Knox [5]
  • 1686: Cormick O'Neill [5]
  • 1687: Cormick O'Neill [5]
  • 1688: Shane O'Neill [5]

William III, 1689–1702[edit]

  • 1689: Shane O'Neill [5]
  • 1690: Isaac MacCartney [8]
  • 1691: Thomas Smith [5]
  • 1692: Thomas Smith [5]
  • 1693: William Shaw [5]
  • 1694: Richard Dobbs [10]
  • 1695: Clotworthy Upton [5]
  • 1696: Sir Robert Adair [5]
  • 1697: Michael Harrison [5]
  • 1698: Edmond Ellis [5]
  • 1699: Andrew Clements [5]
  • 1700: John O'Neill [5]
  • 1701: John Davys [5]

Anne, 1702–1714[edit]

  • 1702: Benjamin Galland [5]
  • 1703: Charles O'Neill [5]
  • 1704: Brent Spencer [5]
  • 1705: John Davys [5]
  • 1706: Westerna Warring [5]
  • 1707: Edward Clements [5]
  • 1708: Benjamin Galland [5]
  • 1709: Arthur Davys [5]
  • 1710: William Shaw [5]
  • 1711: Andrew Clements [5]
  • 1712: Westerna Warring [5]
  • 1713: Brent Spencer [5]

George I, 1714–1727[edit]

  • 1714: Robert Green [5]
  • 1715: Edmund T. Stafford [5]
  • 1716: Edward Clements [5]
  • 1717: James Hamilton [5]
  • 1718: William Moore [8]
  • 1719: Hercules Upton [5]
  • 1720: Arthur Dobbs [11]
  • 1721: Francis Clements [5]
  • 1722: Henry O'Hara [5]
  • 1723: William Johnston [12]
  • 1724: Ezekiel William Crombie [5]
  • 1725: Ezekiel Davys Wiilson [5]
  • 1726: Sir Robert Adair [5]

George II, 1727–1760[edit]

  • 1727: Rowley Hill [5]
  • 1728: John Skeffington [5]
  • 1729: Charles O'Neill [5]
  • 1730: Valentine Jones [5]
  • 1731: Alexander Stuart [5]
  • 1732: John Moore [5]
  • 1733: Hector McNeill [13]
  • 1734: Hugh Boyd [5]
  • 1735: John Houston [5]
  • 1736: Clotworthy O'Neill [5]
  • 1737: Hill Wilson [5]
  • 1738: Edward Smith [5]
  • 1739: Davys Wilson [5]
  • 1740: William Boyd [5]
  • 1741: Conway Spencer [5]
  • 1742: Felix O'Neill [5]
  • 1743: George Macartney [5]
  • 1744: William Agnew [5]
  • 1745: Charles MacDaniel [5]
  • 1746: John Cuppage [5]
  • 1747: Edmund MacNaghten [5]
  • 1748: Edward Brice [10]
  • 1749: Roger MacNeill [5]
  • 1750: Roger Moore [5]
  • 1751: John Dunkin [5]
  • 1752: Conway Richard Dobbs [12]
  • 1753: Robert Adair [5]
  • 1754: Bernard O'Neill [5]
  • 1755: John Rowan [12]
  • 1756: John MacNaghten [5]
  • 1757: Arthur Upton [5]
  • 1758: Charles O'Hara [12]
  • 1759: James Leslie [5]

George III, 1760–1820[edit]

  • 1760: Richard Magennis [5]
  • 1761: Alexander Boyd [5]
  • 1762: Alexander Stuart [5]
  • 1763: John Henry [5]
  • 1764: Rowley Heylands [14]
  • 1765: Charles Hamilton [5]
  • 1766: Alexander MacAuley [5]
  • 1767: Sampson Moore [5]
  • 1768: Thomas Thomson [5]
  • 1769: Bryan MacManus [12]
  • 1770: Alexander Legge [8]
  • 1771: Randal William MacDonnell, Viscount Dunluce [5]
  • 1772: John O'Neill [5]
  • 1773: Hugh Boyd [5]
  • 1774: St John O'Neill [5]
  • 1775: Robert Morris Jones † / succeeded by Samuel Bristow [5]
  • 1776: Ezekiel Davies Boyd [15]
  • 1777: William Dunkin [5]
  • 1778: William Moore [12]
  • 1779: Robert Rowan [8]
  • 1780: William Legge [5]
  • 1781: Bartholomew MacNaghten [5]
  • 1782: Alexander MacManus [8]
  • 1783: John Brown [12]
  • 1784: John Crombie [5]
  • 1785: Henry O'Hara [8]
  • 1786: John Allen [5]
  • 1787: Robert Gage [12]
  • 1788: Henry W. Shaw [5]
  • 1789: Charles Crymble [5]

George IV, 1820–1830[edit]

  • 1825: George Hutchinson of Ballymoney[20]
  • 1826: Alexander MacManus [8]
  • 1827: John MacCance [21]
  • 1828: Cunningham Gregg [22]
  • 1829: Nicholas de la Cherois-Crommelin [12]

William IV, 1830–1837[edit]

  • 1830: Richard Magennis [5]
  • 1831: George H. Macartney [5]
  • 1832: Alexander McNeill [5]
  • 1833: Charles O'Hara [8]
  • 1834: David Kerr [5]
  • 1835: Hugh Leckey of Beardiville[12]
  • 1836: Edward Bruce [10]

Victoria, 1837–1901[edit]

Edward VII, 1901–1910[edit]

George V, 1910–1936[edit]

George VI, 1936–1952[edit]

  • 1945: William Litton Rowland De Burgh Young [73]
  • 1946: Arthur Cochran Herdman [74]
  • 1947: Henry Adair Allen [75]
  • 1948: Edward Stanley Clarke [76]
  • 1949: Archibald Gordon Edward Turnley [77]
  • 1950: Alexander James Henry Cramsie of O'harabrook, Ballymoney[78]
  • 1951: Francis Casement [79]

Elizabeth II, 1952–present[edit]

Notes[edit]

† Died in office

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