High Sheriff of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire

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This is a list of High Sheriffs of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire. One sheriff was appointed for both counties from 1125 until the end of 1575, after which date separate sheriffs were appointed. See High Sheriff of Bedfordshire and High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire for dates before 1125 or after 1575.


List of High Sheriffs of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire[edit]

1125-1199[edit]

  • 1125–1129: Maenfinin Brito
  • 1129: Richard Basset with Aubrey de Vere
  • 1139: Aubrey de Vere of Castle Heningham in Essex, Bolebec Castle in Whitchurch, Buckinghamshire and Richard Basset of Drayton Basset and Weldon, Justice of England.
  • 1155: Aubrey de Vere of Castle Heningham and Bolebec Castle and Richard Basset of Drayton Basset and Weldon, Justice of England.
  • 1156–1159: Henry de Essex, Baron of Raleigh and John De Bidun.
  • 1160: Geoffrey Fitz Ralph
  • 1161–1163: Richard Fitz Osbert
  • 1164–1169: Hugh De La Lege
  • 1170–1173: David, Archdeacon of Buckinghamshire
  • 1174–1179: William Fitz Richard
  • 1180–1186: William Rufus
  • 1186–1189: Oger Fitz Oger
  • 1190–1193: William Rufus
  • 1194–1198: Simon De Beauchamp of Bedford Castle
  • 1199: William De Albini, Baron of Belvoir

1200–1299[edit]

  • 1200–1205: Geoffrey FitzPiers, Earl of Essex
  • 1206–1212: Robert of Braybrooke
  • 1213: Hugh Le Gournay, Baron of Whorlton, Yorks
  • 1214–1215: Henry of Braybrooke (son of Robert, HS 1206)
  • 1216–1224: Falkes de Breauté, Baron of Eye
  • 1224–1228: Walter of Pattishall of Bletsoe
  • 1229–1234: Stephen de Segrave of Seagrave
  • 1234: Ralph Fitz Reginald
  • 1235–1236: William de Beauchamp, Baron of Bedford
  • 1237; Reginald de Albo Monasterio
  • 1238: Robert de Hage
  • 1239: Sir John de Grey of Bletchley
  • 1240–1241: Paulin De Peyvre of Todington and Chilton
  • 1242: John Grimbaud
  • 1243–1248: William De Holwell of Holwell
  • 1249–1252: Alexander De Hamden of Great Hamden
  • 1253–1254: Simon De Crendon of Long Crendon
  • 1255: Robert le Savage.
  • 1256–1257: Robert le Tottenhall of Tottenhall
  • 1258–1261: Alexander De Hamden of Great Hamden.
  • 1262–1267: Simon De Pateshull
  • 1268–1272: Edward Plantagenet, Lord of Chester later Edward I
  • 1273–1275: Thomas De Bray of Eaton Byng
  • 1276–1278: Hugh De Stapleford of Stapleford.
  • 1278–1282: John Cheyne of Cheynes
  • 1283–1284: Ralph De Golding of Goldington.
  • 1285: Robert Malet of Langley
  • 1286–1287: William De Boyvile
  • 1288–1289: William De Turvile of Weston Turvile.
  • 1290: John De Pabenham of Pabenham and Fletemarston
  • 1291–1292: William De Turvile of Weston Turvile.
  • 1293–1296: Nicolas De Trimenell
  • 1297: Simon De Bradenham of Bradenham
  • 1298–1306: Walter De Molesworth

1300–1399[edit]

  • 1307: Gilbert De Holme and Walter De Molesworth
  • 1309–1311: William Mere
  • 1312–1314: Walter De Molesworth and John De Pabenham of Pabenham and Fletemarston
  • 1315–1316: John De La Hay of Shalston
  • 1317: John De La Hay of Shalston and Roger De Tyringham of Tyringham
  • 1318: Philip Aylesbury and Richard De Cave[1]
  • 1319: Philip Aylesbury then Ingelram De Berenger[1]
  • 1320–1322: Ingelram De Berenger
  • 1323: Ingelram De Berenger then Roger De Tyringham of Tyringham
  • 1324: Roger De Tyringham of Tyringham
  • 1325: Roger De Tyringham of Tyringham and John De La Hay of Shalston then Philip De Alesbury of Milton Keynes
  • 1326–1332: Philip Aylesbury[1]
  • 1333-1337: Ralph De Wedon of Wedon
  • 1338–1340: Nicholas De Passelow of Drayton Passelew
  • 1341: Nicholas De Passelow of Drayton Passelew then Gerard De Braybroke of Colmesworth and Horsington
  • 1342: Nicholas De Passelow of Drayton Passelew and Gerard De Braybroke of Colmesworth and Horsington
  • 1343: Gerard De Braybroke of Colmesworth and Horsington and Henry De Chalfont of Chalfont
  • 1344: Henry De Chalfont of Chalfont and John Aygnell of Penley
  • 1345–1346: Thomas De Swynford
  • 1347–1348: Sir William Crozier
  • 1349–1350: Thomas Fermbrand
  • 1351–1352: John Chastillon of Thornton
  • 1353–1354: Gerard De Braybroke of Colmesworth and Horsington
  • 1355–1356: Peter De Salford of Salford
  • 1357: John De Hampden and Hugh Chastillon
  • 1358–1359: John De Hampden
  • 1360: Peter De Salford
  • 1361: John De Hampden
  • 1362–1365: Peter De Salford
  • 1366–1371: Sir John Aylesbury of Milton Keynes, Buckinghanshire[1]
  • 1372: John Cheyne of Cheynes
  • 1373: John Ragon
  • 1374: Sir John Aylesbury[1]
  • 1375: John De Arderne
  • 1376: John De Broughton of Broughton
  • 1377: John De Olney of Weston Underwood
  • 1378: Sir John Aylesbury, Kt.
  • 1379: Thomas Peyver of Todington
  • 1380–1381: Sir Giles d'Aubeney, Kt.
  • 1382–1383: Sir John De Aylesbury, Kt.
  • 1384: John Wodeville of Grafton Regis.
  • 1385: Robert Dixwell of Tingrey
  • 1386: Thomas Covell
  • 1387: Sir John Aylesbury, Kt
  • 1388: Ralph Fitz Richard
  • 1389: Thomas Peyver of Todington.
  • 1390: Sir Thomas Sackville, Kt.
  • 1391: Edmund Hampden
  • 1392: William Tyringham.
  • 1393: Thomas Peyver of Todington.
  • 1394: Philip Walwyn
  • 1395: John Longville of Wolverton and Little Billing
  • 1396: Edmund Hampden
  • 1397: Reynold Ragon of East Haddon, Northamptonshire and Backnoe, Bedfordshire
  • 1398: John Worship of Hardwick
  • 1399: Thomas Eston

1400–1499[edit]

  • 1400: Edmund Hampden [2]
  • 1401: Roger Beauchamp, Kt. of Eaton Soken, Bedfordshire [2]
  • 1402: Reginald Ragon of East Haddon, Northamptonshire and Backnoe, Bedfordshire [2]
  • 1403: John Bois, Chesham-Bois [2]
  • 1405: Edmund Hampden [2]
  • 1406: Thomas Peyver [2]
  • 1407: Richard Hay [2]
  • 1408: Baldwin Pigot, Kt. of Stratton and Biggleswade, Bedfordshire [2]
  • 1409: Thomas Strickland of The Hoo, Bedfordshire [2] (1st term)
  • 1410: Richard Wyatt [2]
  • 1411: Sir Baldwin Pygot [2]
  • 1412: Thomas Aylesbury, Kt.[2]
  • 1413: Thomas Strickland [2] (2nd term)
  • 1414: Edmund Hampden [2]
  • 1415: Thomas Waweton of Great Staughton, Huntingdonshire [2]
  • 1416: John Cheyne
  • 1417: Richard Wyat [2]
  • 1418: John Giffard of Whaddon [2]
  • 1419: Walter Massey [2]
  • 1420: Walter Fitz-Richard [2]
  • 1421: John Radwell [2]
  • 1422: Sir Thomas Waweton, Kt.[2]
  • 1423: Sir John Cheyne, Kt of Drayton Beauchamp[2]
  • 1424: Richard Wyat [2]
  • 1425: John Cheyne of Chenies, Bucks[2]
  • 1426: William Massey, Esq.[2]
  • 1427: Humphrey Stafford, Esq.[2]
  • 1428: Sir Thomas Waweton, Kt[2]
  • 1429: Thomas Hoo, afterwards KG [2]
  • 1430: John Cheyne of Chenies, Bucks[2]
  • 1431: Giles Daubeney, 6th Baron Daubeney [2]
  • 1432: Sir Thomas Waweton, Kt.[2]
  • 1433: Thomas Grove, of Grove[2]
  • 1434: John Hampden of Great Kimble, Bucks [2]
  • 1435: John Broughton [2]
  • 1436: Robert Mansfield [2]
  • 1437: Humphry Stafford, Kt [2]
  • 1438: John Hampden [2]
  • 1439: Walter Strickland [2]
  • 1440: John Brecknock of Hardwick, Bucks.[2]
  • 1441: Edmund Hampden [2]
  • 1442: Edmund Rede, esq. Seat, Borstall Co. Bucks.[2]
  • 1443: Thomas Singleton of Hartwell, Bucks [2]
  • 1444: John Wenlock afterwards KG and Lord Wenlock of Someries in Luton Hoo, Bedfordshire [2]
  • 1445: Thomas Rokes, of Fawley, Bucks [2]
  • 1446: Thomas Gifford of Twyford, Bucks [2]
  • 1447-1449: George Longville, Kt. of Wolverton (2 Years) [2]
  • 1449: William Gedney [2]
  • 1450: John Hampden of Great Hamden, Bucks [2]
  • 1451: Robert Whitingham of Salden, Bucks, and Penley, Hertfordshire[2]
  • 1452: Robert Olney [2]
  • 1453: Edmund Rede and John Pulter of Hitchin, Hertfordshire [2]
  • 1454: Thomas Singleton [2]
  • 1455: Thomas Charleton, Kt.[2]
  • 1456: John Hampden [2]
  • 1457 John Maningham of Bedfordshire [2]
  • 1458: John Heton [2]
  • 1459: John de Broughton[1]
  • 1460: Edmund Rede [2]
  • 1461-1463: Thomas Reynes of Clifton Reynes, Bucks (2 Years) [2]
  • 1463: Peter House [2]
  • 1464: John de Broughton [1]
  • 1465: John Butler of Edgeborough, Bucks [1]
  • 1466: Thomas Hampden [2]
  • 1467: John Forster of Hanslope, Bucks [2]
  • 1468: William Lucy of Haversham, Bucks [2]
  • 1469: Robert Booth [2]
  • 1470: Reginald Grey of Wrest, Bedfordshire [2]
  • 1471: John Langston of Caversfield, Bucks[2]
  • 1472: John Butler [1]
  • 1473: John Bulstrode of Hedgerley Bulstrode [2]
  • 1474: Drew Brudenell of Chalfont St Peter [2]
  • 1475: Edmund Molyneux of Drayton Beauchamp [2]
  • 1476: Thomas Rotherham of Luton [2]
  • 1477: Thomas Rokes [2]
  • 1478: Thomas Fowler, of Buckingham [2]
  • 1479: Richard Enderby, of Stratton, Bedfordshire [2]
  • 1480: Sir John Verney, Kt. of Middle Claydon, Bucks.[2]
  • 1481: Thomas Hampden [2]
  • 1483: Drugo Brudenel, of Chalfont St. Peter's, Bucks [3]
  • 1464: Thomas Fowler [3]
  • 1485: Sir John Donne, Kt. of Horsingdon, Bucks.[3]
  • 1486: George Ingleton of Thornton, Bucks [3]
  • 1487: Thomas Fowler [3]
  • 1488: John Rotherham [3]
  • 1489: Richard Godfrey, of Bedford [3]
  • 1490: John Langston, snr [3]
  • 1491: Richard Prestwold of Hedsor [3]
  • 1492: Edmund Cockayne, of Cockayne Hatley, Bedfordshire [3]
  • 1493: Richard Godfrey [3]
  • 1494: William Rede [3]
  • 1495: Thomas Dayrel, of Lillingston Dayrell, Bucks [3]
  • 1496: Thomas Langston snr.[3]
  • 1497: John Gyfford, of Twyford, Bucks.[3]
  • 1498: David Phillips, of Cheynes, Bucks.[3]
  • 1499: Richard Restwold [3]

1500–1574[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br bs bt bu bv bw bx by bz ca cb cc cd ce cf cg ch ci cj ck cl cm "Sheriffs of Buckinghamshire: 1483 to 1546". genuki. Retrieved 23 February 2011.