High Sheriff of Armagh

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The High Sheriff of Armagh is the Sovereign's judicial representative in County Armagh. 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:
  • 1613: Charles Poyntz [5]
  • 1618:
  • 1622:
  • 1623: Sir William Brownlow [6]

Charles I, 1625–1649[edit]

  • 1625:
  • 1626:
  • 1627:
  • 1628:
  • 1629:
  • 1630:
  • 1631:
  • 1632:
  • 1633:
  • 1634:
  • 1635:
  • 1636:

English Interregnum, 1649–1660[edit]

  • 1655: Sir George Acheson, 3rd Bt [7]
  • 1656: Sir George Acheson, 3rd Bt [7]
  • 1659:

Charles II, 1660–1685[edit]

  • 1660:
  • 1661:
  • 1662:
  • 1663:
  • 1664:
  • 1665: Edward Richardson of Legacorry[8]
  • 1666:
  • 1667:
  • 1668: Arthur Brownlow [6]
  • 1669: Arthur Brownlow [6]
  • 1670:
  • 1671:
  • 1672:
  • 1673:
  • 1674:
  • 1675:
  • 1676:
  • 1677:
  • 1678:
  • 1679:
  • 1680:
  • 1681:
  • 1682:
  • 1683:
  • 1684: George Blacker [8]

James II, 1685–1688[edit]

  • 1685:
  • 1686: Marcus Clerk [9]
  • 1687:
  • 1688: Hamlett Obins [10]

William III, 1689–1702[edit]

  • 1696:
  • 1697: Arthur Brownlow [6]
  • 1698:
  • 1699:
  • 1700:
  • 1701:

Anne, 1702–1714[edit]

  • 1702: Roger Hall [8]
  • 1703:
  • 1704:
  • 1705:
  • 1706:
  • 1707:
  • 1708:
  • 1709:
  • 1710:
  • 1711:
  • 1712:
  • 1713:

George I, 1714–1727[edit]

  • 1714: Edward Bond [12]
  • 1715: John Richardson [13]
  • 1716: James Maison [12]
  • 1717: Oliver St John [12]
  • 1718: John Maxwell [12]
  • 1719: John Bolton [12]
  • 1720: Henry Richardson [12]
  • 1721: Sir William Johnston [12]
  • 1722: Joshua Johnston [12]
  • 1723: Thomas Tipping [12]
  • 1724: Thomas Clarke [12]
  • 1725: Anthony Madden [12]
  • 1726: Francis Obre [12]

George II, 1727–1760[edit]

George III, 1760–1820[edit]

George IV, 1820–1830[edit]

  • 1825: Thomas Atkinson [20]
  • 1826: Acheson St George [21]
  • 1827: William Olpherts [22]
  • 1828: Barry Fox [23]
  • 1829: Hunt Walsh Chambre of Hawthorn Hill[24]

William IV, 1830–1837[edit]

Victoria, 1837–1901[edit]

Edward VII, 1901–1910[edit]

George V, 1910–1936[edit]

  • 1911:
  • 1912:
  • 1913:
  • 1914: Hunt Walsh Leech [44]
  • 1915:
  • 1916: William Byers [46]
  • 1917:
  • 1918:
  • 1919:
  • 1920:
  • 1921:
  • 1922: Thomas Bowen Johnston [47]
  • 1923: Thomas Trew Maclean [48]
  • 1924: James Edward Calvert [49]
  • 1925: Thomas Henry White [50]
  • 1926: John Charters Boyle [51]
  • 1927: Samuel Alexander Bell [52]
  • 1928: William M. Clow [53]
  • 1929: Charles Barclay Macpherson Chambré [54]
  • 1930: Thomas Grevilie Sinton [55]
  • 1931: Noel Stephen Smith [56]
  • 1932: Gilbert Evelyn Barcroft [57]
  • 1933: David Malcomson Barcroft [58]
  • 1934: Arthur Dawson Allen [59]
  • 1935: Hector Charles Chatterton Deane [60]
  • 1936: Richard Henry Stephens Richardson [61]

George VI, 1936–1952[edit]

  • 1937: Arthur Delacherois Irwin [62]
  • 1938: William Edward Greeves [63]
  • 1939: George Valentine Crossley Irwin [64]
  • 1940: James Edwards Harden [65]
  • 1941: George Scott [66]
  • 1942: Thomas Averell Shillington [67]
  • 1943: Alfred William Cowdy [68]
  • 1944: Bunbury Archer Atkinson [69]
  • 1945: John Stephen Wakefield Richardson [70]
  • 1946: George Norman Proctor [71]
  • 1947: Robert McKean Cowdy [72]
  • 1948: Archibald Dunlap Gibson [73]
  • 1949: Alexander Reginald Wakefield Richardson [74]
  • 1950: George Fitzroy Gillespie [75]
  • 1951: Ynyr Alfred Burges [76]

Elizabeth II, 1952–present[edit]

  • 1952: Walter Albert Nevill MacGeough-Bond [77]
  • 1953: Cecil Brown [78]
  • 1954: William Alexander Mullen [79]
  • 1955: Harold Brown [80]
  • 1956: James Nicholson Brown [81]
  • 1957: Edward Kennedy Walkington [82]
  • 1958: Alleyn Cardwell Moore [83]
  • 1959: Richard Graves Johnston [84]
  • 1960: James Robert Bargrave Armstrong [85]
  • 1961: Henry Alwyn White [86]
  • 1962: Francis Edward Nangle [87]
  • 1963: Acheson Harden Glendinning [88]
  • 1964: George Edwin McCaw [89]
  • 1965: Michael Henry Armstrong [90]
  • 1966: George Dougan [91]
  • 1967: James Matthew Stronge [92]
  • 1968: Thomas Carter Johnston [93]
  • 1969: Alexander Edmond Knight [94]
  • 1970: John Fitzroy Gillespie [95]
  • 1971: Geoffrey Alastair Nisbet Boyne [96]
  • 1972: Kenneth McCleery [97]
  • 1973: W. Bernard Cowdy [98]
  • 1974: Henry William Francis Reid [99]
  • 1975: Henry George Glendinning [100]
  • 1976: Alexander Hugh O'Brien Greer [101]
  • 1977: Donald Henry Stevenson [102]
  • 1978: Ronald McIlroy Wilson [103]
  • 1979: Frederick Michael Alexander Torrens-Spence [104]
  • 1980: John Reginald Miller [105]
  • 1981: Alexander Hugh Courtney [106]
  • 1982: Andrew Alwyn White [107]
  • 1983: J. H. H. Balmer [108]
  • 1984: W. H. Jordan [109]
  • 1985: E. B. Wilson [110]
  • 1986:
  • 1987:
  • 1988:
  • 1989:
  • 1990:
  • 1991: John Daniel Thompson [111]
  • 1992: James Rochester Nelson [112]
  • 1993: J. N. Greenlee [113]
  • 1994: J. E. Lamb [114]
  • 1995: John C. K. Magowan [115]
  • 1996: Margaret Patton [116]
  • 1997: John Oliver Woods [117]
  • 1998: David Eric Dorman [118]
  • 1999: Anne E. Cullen [119]
  • 2000: Archibald Thomas Laughlan Gibson [120]
  • 2001: Patrick Stephen Kellett [121]
  • 2002: Mary Catherine Dixon [122]
  • 2003: Barbara Ann Gillespie [123]
  • 2004: Caroline Bridget Good [124]
  • 2005: Leslie Victor Johnston of Armagh[125]
  • 2006: Ralph Edward Cope Cowdy of Loughgall[126]
  • 2007: Colin Wallace Mathews [127]
  • 2008: Desmond Robert David Mitchell [128]
  • 2009: Gerard Patrick Millar [129]

Notes[edit]

‡ Stood as Member of Parliament

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