High Sheriff of Berkshire

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The High Sheriff of Berkshire, in common with other counties, was originally the King's representative on taxation upholding the law in Saxon times. The word Sheriff evolved from 'shire-reeve'.

The title of High Sheriff is therefore much older than the other crown appointment, the Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire, which came about after 1545. Between 1248 and 1566, Berkshire and Oxfordshire formed a joint shrievalty (apart from a brief period in 1258/1259). See High Sheriff of Oxfordshire.

Unlike the Lord Lieutenant of Berkshire, which is generally held from appointment until the holder's death or incapacity, the title of High Sheriff is appointed / reappointed annually. The High Sheriff is assisted by an Under-Sheriff of Berkshire.

List of High Sheriffs of Berkshire[edit]

  • Before 1066: Godric, first recorded Sheriff of Berkshire[1] (killed 1066)
  • Soon after 1066 Froger
  • after 1066 Henry de Ferrers
  • 1071: Robert D'Oyly
  • 1086: Aiulf
  • 1094: Gilbert de Bretville
  • 1097: Hugh of Buckland
  • 1105: Aubrey de Vere
  • 1110: Hugh of Buckland
  • 1112: Alfred
  • 1118: Ralph
  • 1119: William de Buckland
  • 1126: John Belet
  • 1126: Baldwin FitzClarus
  • 1129: Anselm, Viscount of Rouen
  • 1130: William de Pont de l'Arche
  • 1153: Henry de Oxford
  • 1154: Jordan de Podiis
  • 1154: Henry de Oxford
  • 1155: Richard de Camville
  • 1156: Adam the Sheriff (probably Adam de Catmore)Catmore
  • 1157: Gilbert de Pinkney
  • 1160: Adam de Catmore
  • 1170: Hugh de Buckland
  • 1176: Hugh de St German
  • 1186–1189 Roger fitzReinfrid[2]
  • 1189: Robert de la Mare
  • 1190: William Brewer
  • 1193: William Brewer and Philip FitzRobert
  • 1194: Philip FitzRobert
  • 1195: Philip FitzRobert
  • 1197: Stephen of Thornham
  • 1199: Nicholas de Kennet
  • 1200: Fulk de Cantilupe
  • 1201: William Brewer
  • 1202: Hubert de Burgh
  • 1202: John de Wiggenholt
  • 1204: John de Wiggenholt
  • 1217: Richard (later Earl of Cornwall)
  • 1220: Henry de Scaccario
  • 1226: Hugh le Despenser I
  • 1226: Hugh de Bathona
  • 1227: Philip d'Aubigny
  • 1229: Henry de Scaccario
  • 1232: Alexander de Swerford, Archdeacon of Shropshire
  • 1232: John Bonet
  • 1232: Peter de Rivaux
  • 1232: Robert de Mapledurham
  • 1233: William de Culworth
  • 1234: Robert de Mapledurham
  • 1234: Engelard de Cigogné
  • 1236: Robert Brend
  • 1237: Simon de Lewknor
  • 1238: Hugh le Despenser I
  • 1244: Nicholas or Alan de Farnham

1248–1566 (jointly with Oxfordshire)[edit]

  • 1248: Guy FitzRobert
  • 1250: Nicholas de Hendred
  • 1254: John de Turberville
  • 1254: Nicholas de Hendred
  • 1259: Walter de la River
  • 1261: Philip Basset
  • 1262: Fulk de Rycote
  • 1264: John de St Valery
  • 1265: Nicholas Syfrewast
  • 1267: Sampson Foliot
  • 1268: Thomas de St Vigore
  • 1270: William de L'Isle
  • 1271: Roger de Meyland, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield
  • 1273: Gilbert de Kirkby
  • 1274: Henry de Shottesbrooke
  • 1278: Alan FitzRoald
  • 1281: John de Tidmarsh
  • 1285: Ralph de Berners
  • 1286: Sir Thomas Danvers of Winterbourne
  • 1289: William de Grenville
  • 1290: Sir Richard de Williamscote of Kiddington
  • 1291: John de St John of Lageham
  • 1291: William de Bramshot
  • 1295: Henry de Thisteldon
  • 1300: Adam de Brimpton
  • 1301: Nicholas de Sparsholt
  • 1307: Sir Thomas Danvers
  • 1308: Richard D'Amary of Bletchingdon
  • 1311: Sir Thomas Danvers
  • 1313: Philip De La Beche
  • 1314: Richard de Windsor
  • 1315: Richard de Polhampton
  • 1317: Otvelus Purcel
  • 1318: Richard de la Bere
  • 1318: Elias de Coleshill
  • 1319: John de Brimpton
  • 1322: Drew Barentine
  • 1327: John de Brimpton
  • 1328: John de Buckland
  • 1330: Philip de la Beche
  • 1330: Richard de Coleshill
  • 1332: John de Brimpton
  • 1333: Richard Abberbury of Donnington
  • 1333: John de Lewknor
  • 1333: William de Sparsholt
  • 1335: John de Alveton
  • 1340: Edward de Malyns
  • 1341: John de Alveton
  • 1341: Robert FitzEllis of Waterperry, Oxfordshire
  • 1342: John de Alveton
  • 1347: John Laundeles of Bampton
  • 1352: John de Alveton
  • 1354: Richard de Williamscot
  • 1355: Thomas Bessels of Besselsleigh, Berkshire
  • 1355: John de Nowers
  • 1355: John Laundeles
  • 1360: Roger de Elmridge
  • 1362: Roger de Cottisford
  • 1365: John de Trillowe
  • 1365: Roger de Elmridge
  • 1368: Roger de Cottisford
  • 1369: Thomas de la Mare of Aldermaston, Berkshire
  • 1371: Sir Gilbert Wace of Ewelme, Oxfordshire
  • 1372: Sir Roger de Elmridge
  • 1373: John James of Wallingford, Berkshire
  • 1374: Sir Gilbert Wace of Ewelme, Oxfordshire (2nd term)
  • 1375: Sir Reginald de Malyns of Chinnor, Oxfordshire
  • 1376: John de Rothwell
  • 1377: Edmund Stonor of Stonor, Oxfordshire
  • 1378: Thomas Barantyn of Chalgrove, Oxfordshire
  • 1379: Sir Gilbert Wace of Ewelme, Oxfordshire (3rd term)
  • 1380: John James of Wallingford, Berkshire
  • 1381: Richard Brouns of Harwell, Oxfordshire
  • 1382: Thomas Barantyn of Chalgrove, Oxfordshire (2nd term)
  • 1383: John Hulcote of Barcot
  • 1384: Robert Bullock of Arborfield, Berkshire
  • 1385: John Hulcote of Barcot
  • 1386: Thomas Barantyn of Chalgrove, Oxfordshire (3rd term)
  • 1386 (Jul-Nov): William Golafre of Fyfield, Berkshire
  • 1387: Sir Gilbert Wace of Ewelme, Oxfordshire (4th term)
  • 1388: Sir Thomas de la Poyle of Hampton Poyle, Oxfordshire
  • 1389: William Attwood of Newbury, Berkshire
  • 1390: Hugh Wolfes
  • 1391: Robert Bullock of Arborfield, Berkshire
  • 1392: William Wilcotes of North Leigh, Oxfordshire[3]
  • 1393: Thomas Faringdon
  • 1394: Thomas Barantyn of Chalgrove (4th term)
  • 1395: Edmund Sparsholt of Sparsholt's Court, West Hendred, Berkshire
  • 1396: William Attwood of Newbury, Berkshire
  • 1397: John Golafre of Fyfield, Berkshire
  • 1398: Sir Richard Abberbury the Younger
  • 1399: Nicholas Golafre
  • 1399: William Wilcotes of North Leigh, Oxfordshire [3]
  • 1400: Thomas Chaucer of Ewelme, Oxfordshire
  • 1401: John Wilcotes of Great Tew, Oxfordshire (1st term)
  • 1402: Robert James of Wallingford, Berkshire
  • 1403: Thomas Chaucer of Ewelme, Oxfordshire
  • 1404: John Golafre of Fyfield, Berkshire
  • 1405: Sir William Langford of Bradfield, Berkshire
  • 1406: Sir Robert Corbet
  • 1407: John Wilcotes of Great Tew, Oxfordshire (2nd term)
  • 1408: Sir Thomas Harcourt of Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire
  • 1409: Sir Peter Bessels of Besselsleigh, Berkshire
  • 1410: Sir Robert Corbet
  • 1411: Sir William Lisle of Waterperry, Oxfordshire
  • 1412: Edward Cowdray of Padworth, Berkshire
  • 1413: Thomas Wykeham of Broughton Castle, Oxfordshire
  • 1414: John Golafre of Fyfield, Berkshire
  • 1415: John Wilcotes of Great Tew, Oxfordshire (3rd term)
  • 1416: Robert James of Wallingford, Oxfordshire
  • 1417: Sir Thomas Wykeham of Broughton Castle, Oxfordshire
  • 1418: Robert Andrews
  • 1419: John Wilcotes of Great Tew, Oxfordshire (4th term)
  • 1420: Sir William Lisle of Waterperry, Oxfordshire
  • 1422: John Wilcotes of Great Tew, Oxfordshire (5th term)
  • 1422: Sir William Lisle of Waterperry, Oxfordshire
  • 1423: Sir Thomas Stonor of Stonor, Oxfordshire
  • 1424: John Golafre of Fyfield, Berkshire
  • 1426: Sir Richard Walkstead
  • 1426: Sir Thomas Wykeham of Broughton Castle, Oxfordshire
  • 1427: Sir Thomas Stonor of Stonor, Oxfordshire
  • 1428: Robert James of Wallingford, Oxfordshire
  • 1430: Philip Englefeld
  • 1430: Sir Thomas Wykeham of Broughton Castle, Oxfordshire
  • 1431: William Fynderne of Childrey
  • 1432: William Darell of Balsdon
  • 1433: Stephen Hatfield
  • 1434: Richard Restwold of Crowmarsh Gifford, Oxfordshire and Sindlesham, Berkshire
  • 1435: Thomas Fettiplace
  • 1436: Richard Quartermain of Rycote, Oxfordshire
  • 1437: Sir John Norreys of Ockwells, Berkshire
  • 1438: Edward Reade
  • 1439: Walter Shull
  • 1440: John Stokes
  • 1441: Peter Fettiplace of Stokenchurch, Oxfordshire
  • 1442: Sir John Norreys of Ockwells, Berkshire
  • 1443: Sir John Chalers of Ashampstead, Berkshire
  • 1444: John Liddiard of Benham, Berkshire
  • 1445: John Rogers the Younger of Benham, Berkshire
  • 1446: Edward Langford of Bradfield, Berkshire
  • 1448: John Pennycock
  • 1449: William Wykeham of Broughton Castle, Oxfordshire
  • 1450: Edward Reade
  • 1451: Sir John Chalers of Ashampstead, Berkshire
  • 1452: John Rogers of Benham & Lambourn, Berkshire
  • 1453: Thomas Stonor of Stonor, Oxfordshire
  • 1454: Richard Quartermain
  • 1455: Sir Robert Harcourt of Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire
  • 1456: Walter Mantell
  • 1457: Sir John Norreys of Ockwells, Berkshire
  • 1458: William Brocas of Cookham, Berkshire
  • 1459: Sir Thomas de la Mare of Aldermaston, Berkshire
  • 1460: Sir Richard Harcourt of Wytham, Oxfordshire
  • 1461–1462: Richard Restwold of Crowmarsh Gifford, Oxfordshire and Sindlesham, Berkshire
  • 1463: Thomas Rogers of Benham & Lambourn, Berkshire
  • 1464: John Barentine of Haseley
  • 1465: Thomas Stonor of Stonor, Oxfordshire
  • 1466: Sir Richard Harcourt of Wytham, Oxfordshire
  • 1467: Sir John Howard (later Duke of Norfolk)
  • 1468: Sir William Norreys
  • 1469: Thomas Prout
  • 1470: Robert Greville
  • 1471: Edward Langford of Bradfield, Berkshire
  • 1471: William Staverton of Holyport
  • 1472: William Beckingham
  • 1473: John Langston of Caversfield
  • 1474: Humphrey Forster
  • 1475: Sir Thomas de la Mare
  • 1476: Thomas Restwold of Sindlesham, Berkshire
  • 1477: James Viall
  • 1478: John Norreys - son of Sir John Norreys(HS 1442)
  • 1479: Sir Humphrey Talbot
  • 1480: Sir Thomas de la Mare
  • 1481: Sir William Norreys of Yattendon Castle, Berkshire
  • 1482: Thomas Kingston
  • 1483: John Barentine of Little Haseley
  • 1484: Edward Franke
  • 1485: Sir William Stonor
  • 1485: Sir Edmund Mountford
  • 1486: Sir William Norreys
  • 1487: Thomas Saye
  • 1488: William Bessels
  • 1489: Sir Thomas de la Mare
  • 1490: John Home
  • 1491: William Harcourt
  • 1492: Robert Harcourt of Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire
  • 1493: Sir Richard Guilford
  • 1494: George Gaynsford of Hampton Poyle, Oxfordshire
  • 1495: John Ashfield
  • 1496: Hugh Shirley
  • 1497: Anthony Fettiplace of Swinbrook
  • 1498: George Gaynsford of Hampton Poyle, Oxfordshire
  • 1499: John Basket
  • 1500: William Bessels of Besselsleigh, Berkshire
  • 1501: Sir Richard Fowler
  • 1502: John Williams
  • 1503: William Harcourt of Cornbury
  • 1504: Edward Greville
  • 1505: Sir Edward Chamberlain of Shirburn
  • 1506: John Home
  • 1508: Sir John Langford
  • 1509: Sir William Essex of Lambourne, Berkshire
  • 1510: William Harcourt of Cornbury
  • 1511: William Barentyne of Little Haseley
  • 1512: Thomas Haydock
  • 1513: Walter Rodney of Chipping Norton
  • 1514: Sir Simon Harcourt of Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire
  • 1515: Sir John Daunce of Thame, Oxfordshire
  • 1516: Sir George Forster of Aldermaston Court
  • 1517: Sir Edward Chamberlain of Shirburn
  • 1518: Sir William Essex
  • 1519: Thomas Englefield, Justice of the Common Pleas - son of Sir Thomas Englefield and father of Sir Francis Englefield
  • 1520: Henry Brydges (or Bruges) of Newbury. He was also sheriff in 1530 - see below. He was the son of Thomas Brydges, de jure 5th Baron Chaundos.
  • 1522: John Osbaldeston of Chadlington, Oxfordshire
  • 1522: Sir Simon Harcourt of Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire
  • 1523: John Fettiplace
  • 1524: Sir William Essex
  • 1526: Thomas Denton of Appleton, Oxfordshire
  • 1526 (Jan-Nov): Sir William Barentyne of Little Haseley
  • 1527: Thomas Elyot of Long Combe
  • 1528: Sir Simon Harcourt of Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire
  • 1529: William Stafford of Bradfield, Berkshire
  • 1530: Henry Brydges of Newbury, Berkshire
  • 1531: Thomas Unton of Minster Lovell & Wadley, Oxfordshire
  • 1532: Sir Humphrey Forster of Aldermaston, Berkshire
  • 1533: William Fermor of Somerton
  • 1534: Sir Walter Stonor of Stonor, Oxfordshire
  • 1535: Thomas Carter
  • 1536: Sir Anthony Hungerford of Black Bourton, Oxfordshire
  • 1537: Sir Simon Harcourt
  • 1538: John Williams of Rycote and Thame, Oxfordshire
  • 1539: Sir Richard Brydges (or Bruges), son of Henry Brydges above.
  • 1540: Sir William Essex
  • 1541: Sir Walter Stonor of Stonor, Oxfordshire
  • 1542: Sir William Barentyne of Little Haseley
  • 1543: William Fermor of Somerton
  • 1544: John Williams of Rycote and Thame, Oxfordshire
  • 1545: Sir Humphrey Forster of Aldermaston, Berkshire
  • 1546: Sir Leonard Chamberlain
  • 1547: Sir Francis Englefield of Englefield, Berkshire
  • 1548: Sir Anthony Cope of Hanwell, Oxfordshire
  • 1549: Sir William Rainsford
  • 1550: Richard Fiennes of Broughton Castle, Oxfordshire
  • 1551: William Hyde of South Denchworth
  • 1552: Sir Leonard Chamberlain of Shirburn and Woodstock, Oxfordshire
  • 1553: Sir John Brome of Holton
  • 1553 (Sep-Nov): John Williams of Rycote and Thame
  • 1554: Sir Richard Brydges, son of Henry Brydges above.
  • 1555: Sir William Rainsford of Great Tew, Oxfordshire
  • 1556: Thomas Brydges of Cornbury
  • 1557: John Denton of Ambrosden, Oxfordshire
  • 1558: Richard Fiennes of Broughton Castle, Oxfordshire
  • 1559: Edmund Ashfield of Heythorp
  • 1560: Edward Fabian of Compton
  • 1561: John D'Oyley
  • 1562: Henry Norris of Rycote, Oxfordshire and Bray, Berkshire
  • 1563: Richard Wenman of Thame and Witney, Oxfordshire
  • 1564: John Croker of Hook Norton, Oxfordshire
  • 1565: Thomas Stafford of Bradfield, Berkshire
  • 1566: Sir Christopher Brome

1567–1599[edit]

  • 18 November 1567: Sir Edward Unton of Wadley
  • 18 November 1568: John Fettiplace of Besselsleigh, Berkshire
  • 12 November 1569: William Forster of Aldermaston, Berkshire
  • 13 November 1570: William Dunch of Little Wittenham, Berkshire
  • 14 November 1571: John Winchcombe of Bucklebury and Thatcham, Berkshire
  • 13 November 1572: Sir Henry Neville of Billingbear, Berkshire
  • 10 November 1573: Thomas Essex
  • 15 November 1574: Richard Lovelace
  • 15 November 1575: Anthony Brydges
  • 13 November 1576: Thomas Parry of Hampstead Marshall
  • 27 November 1577: John Fettiplace
  • 17 November 1578: Thomas Stafford
  • 23 November 1579: Thomas Stephens
  • 21 November 1580: Humphrey Forster of Aldermaston, Berkshire
  • 27 November 1581: Thomas Bullock
  • 5 December 1582: Thomas Reade
  • 25 November 1583: Michael Molyns of Mackney and Clapcot, Berkshire
  • 19 November 1584: Basil Fettiplace
  • 22 November 1585: Edmund Fettiplace
  • 14 November 1586: Christopher Lytcot
  • 4 December 1587: Edmund Dunch of Little Wittenham, Berkshire
  • 25 November 1588: Thomas Parry of Hampstead Marshall
  • 24 November 1589: Thomas Dolman
  • 24 November 1590: John Latton
  • 25 November 1591: Richard Warde
  • 16 November 1592: Francis Winchcombe
  • 1592: Edmund Dunch of Little Wittenham, Berkshire [4]
  • 26 November 1593: Sir Humphrey Forster
  • 21 November 1594: Richard Hyde
  • 27 November 1595: Henry Neville of Billingbear, Waltham St Lawrence
  • 22 November 1596: Edmund Wiseman
  • 25 November 1597: Sir Christopher Lytcot
  • 28 November 1598: Sir Henry Poole
  • 2 December 1599: Thomas Reade

1600–1699[edit]

1700–1799[edit]

  • 28 November 1700: John Breedon III
  • 1 January 1702 (O.S.): Richard Southby of Carswell, Buckland
  • 12 January 1702 : Richard Southby, the younger
  • 3 December 1702: John Hillersden, of Midgham Park
  • 2 December 1703: Sir Humphrey Forster of Aldermaston, Berkshire
  • 21 December 1704: Sir Thomas Dolman
  • 3 December 1705: John Wildman of Becket House, Shrivenham
  • 14 November 1706: Henry Kingsemill
  • 20 November 1707: Felix Calvert of Marcham
  • 25 November 1708: Robert Packer of Shellingford and Donnington
  • 1 December 1709: William Waterman
  • 24 November 1710: Gregory Geering
  • 13 December 1711: John Blandy
  • 11 December 1712: Anthony Blagrave of Southcot, Reading
  • 30 November 1713: Benjamin Child[13]
  • 16 November 1714: Clement Kent of Goring, Oxfordshire and Thatcham, Berkshire [14]
  • 22 November 1715: Richard Lyford, of Rush Deane
  • 28 April 1716: Richard Curtis
  • 12 November 1716: John Dodson, of Cookham
  • 21 December 1717: Edward Richards, of Compton
  • 6 January 1719: Richard Thompson of Coley, Reading
  • 3 December 1719: William Barker, of Caversham
  • 3 January 1721: Reginald Fellowe, of Reading
  • 14 December 1721: Walter Knight, of Ruscombe
  • 11 December 1722: Walter Tyrrell, of Stanford in the Vale
  • 7 January 1724: Sir John Rush [15]
  • 10 December 1724: Paul Colton
  • 22 December 1724: Thomas Parr
  • 13 January 1726: William Bigg, of Stanford [16]
  • 29 November 1726: Edward Riggs, of Binfield [17]
  • 16 December 1727: Richard Head, of Hampstead Norris
  • 18 December 1728: Edward Clarke, of Ardington [18]
  • 18 December 1729: William Noake
  • 14 December 1730: William Hawkins[19]
  • 9 December 1731: Arthur Vansittart[20]
  • 27 January 1732: John Watts, of Reading
  • 14 December 1732: Edward Sherwood[21]
  • 20 December 1733: Thomas Barker[22]
  • 9 December 1734: Henry Tompkins
  • 18 December 1735: Robert Gayer of Stoke Park
  • 19 December 1737: Matthew Weymondesould [23]
  • 12 January 1738: Joseph Cox, of Stanford in the Vale[24]
  • 21 December 1738: William Trumbull
  • 27 December 1739: Robert Lee, of Binfield [25]
  • 24 December 1740: Benjamin Griffin [26]
  • 31 December 1741: Henry Lanoy Hunter[27]
  • 16 December 1742: John Blandy, of Kingston Bagpuze [28]
  • 5 January 1744: Sir Thomas Head, of Langley [29]
  • 10 January 1745: Samuel Beaver, of Stratfield Mortimer [30]
  • 16 January 1746: Richard Tonson, of Water Oakeley [31]
  • 12 February 1747: Daniel Bunce, of Longworth
  • 14 January 1748: Lawrence Head Osgood, of Winterborne [32]
  • 11 January 1749: Wilmot Baker, of Moulsford [33]
  • 17 January 1750: John Allett, of Old Windsor
  • 6 December 1750: Alexander Walker, of Swallowfield
  • 14 January 1752: John Price, of Ham
  • 7 February 1753: Humphrey Adams, of New Windsor [34]
  • 31 January 1754: Richard Fuller, of Fitz Harris[35]
  • 29 January 1755: Sir Mark Stuart Playdell, Bt of Coleshill [36]
  • 27 January 1756: Sir Thomas Reeve, of New Windsor [37]
  • 4 February 1757: William Reynolds, of Binfield
  • 27 January 1758: Samuel Bowes, of Binfield [38]
  • 2 February 1759: Henry Plant, of Shinfield
  • 1 February 1760: William Brotherton, of Pusey
  • 16 February 1760: Charles Wymondesold, of Lockinge
  • 28 January 1761: James Theobald, of Waltham Place
  • 15 February 1762: John Blagrave, of Southcot
  • 4 February 1763: John Hippisley, of Lambourne
  • 10 February 1764: John Walter, of Farley Hill
  • 1 February 1765: John Archer, of Wellford
  • 17 February 1766: Sir William East, 1st Baronet of Hall Place, Hurley [39]
  • 13 February 1767: Charles Pye, of Wadley[40]
  • 15 January 1768: William Price, of Charlton
  • 27 January 1769: John Cooke, of Frilsham
  • 9 February 1770: John Mount
  • 6 February 1771: Sir William Stonhouse, 9th Baronet, of Radley
  • 17 February 1772: Stanlake Batson, of Winkfield
  • 8 February 1773: Jeremiah Crutchley, of Sunninghill Park, Ascot, Berkshire
  • 7 February 1774: John Mayor of Abingdon
  • 6 February 1775: Bartholomew Price of East Challow
  • 5 February 1776: Hugh Watts, of Lovell's Hill
  • 31 January 1777: Henry Hall of Cookham
  • 28 January 1778: Clement Saxton of Caldecot
  • 1 February 1779: Richard Smith of Chilton Lodge, Hungerford
  • 2 February 1780: John Grant of White Waltham
  • 5 February 1781: Edward Loveden Loveden of Buscot Park, Berkshire
  • Michaelmas 1781: Charles Hall
  • 10 February 1783: Sir James Patey, of Reading
  • 9 February 1784: Charles Dalbiac, of Hungerford Park
  • 7 February 1785: Francis Robson, of Tubney [41]
  • 18 February 1785: Edward Thornhill, of Kingston Lisle[42]
  • 13 February 1786: William Poyntz, of Midgham [43]
  • 12 February 1787: William Byam Martin, of White Knights
  • 8 February 1788: William Brummell, of Donnington (father of Beau)
  • 29 April 1789: Edward Golding of Maiden Earley [44]
  • 29 January 1790: Alexander Cobham, of Shinfield Place
  • 4 February 1791: Timothy Hare Earle, of Swallowfield Place [45]
  • 3 February 1792: John Blagrave, of Calcot Place
  • 6 February 1793: Thomas Goodlake, of Barton Regis
  • 27 February 1793: Edward Martin Atkins, of Kingston Lisle
  • 5 February 1794: Edward Stephenson, of Farley Hill
  • 11 February 1795: William Thoyts, of Sulhampstead
  • 5 February 1796: Michael Anthony, of Shippon
  • 22 February 1797: Bartholomew Tipping VII, of Woolley
  • 7 February 1798: Richard Palmer, of Hurst
  • 1 February 1799: James Sibbald, of Sunninghill

1800–1899[edit]

1900–1999[edit]

  • 1900: Frank Walters Bond, of Parkfield, Hampton Wick[137]
  • 1901: Blackall Simonds, of Bradfield House[138]
  • 1902: Hugh Owen Tudor, of Lynwood, Old Windsor [139]
  • 1903: William Howard Palmer, of Heathlands, Wokingham [140]
  • 1904: Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick Finch Mackenzie, of Ramslade, Bracknell.[141]
  • 1905: Alfred Palmer, of Wokefield Park, Mortimer [142]
  • 1906: Cyril Kendall Butler, of Bourton House, Shrivenham [143]
  • 1907: Major Edward Arthur Barry, of 0akwells Manor, Maidenhead.[144]
  • 1908: Sir William Cameron Gull, Bt., of Frilsham House, Newbury[145]
  • 1909: William Dockar Drysdale, of Wick Hall, Radley [146]
  • 1910: Alexander Felix Clarke, of Midgham House, Woolhampton [147]
  • 1911: Archibald Thornton West, of Barcote Manor, Faringdon [148]
  • 1912: Alexander Henderson, 1st Baron Faringdon of Buscot House, Faringdon [149]
  • 1913: Colonel Francis Cecil Ricardo C.V.O., of Lullebrook Manor, Cookham [150]
  • 1914: Count Dudley Beaumont Melchior Gurowski, of Woolhampton Park, Woolhampton.[151]
  • 1915: John Joseph Eyston, of Hendred House, East Hendred, Steventon [152]
  • 1916: Edmund Stevens, of Kingston Lisle Park, Wantage [153]
  • 1917: Basil Guy Oswald Smith of Shottesbrooke Park [154]
  • 1918: Sir Clarendon Golding Hyde, of Longworth House [155]
  • 1919: Reginald Henry Cox, of Manor Cottage, Old Windsor [156]
  • 1920: Sir William George Watson, Bt., of Sulhamstead House, near Reading [157]
  • 1921: Sir (Adam) Mortimer Singer, K.B.E of Milton Hill, Steventon [158]
  • 1922: Oscar Welwyn Rayner, of Chieveley Manor, Newbury [159]
  • 1923: Lieut.-Col. James Ashton Fairhurst,T.D., of Arlington Manor, Newbury [160]
  • 1924: Samuel Garcia Asher, of Ascot Place, Ascot,[161]
  • 1925: Henry Arthur Benyon, of Ufton Court [162]
  • 1926: Charles Eric Palmer, of Shinfield Grange, near Reading [163]
  • 1927: Arthur Thomas Loyd, of Lockinge House, Wantage [164]
  • 1928: Frederick Adolphus Simonds, of Mertonford, Wokingham [165]
  • 1929: Albert Sancton Blyth Tull, of Crookham House, Newbury[166]
  • 1930: Sir George Robert Mowbray, Bt. of Warennes Wood, Mortimer, Reading[167]
  • 1931: Vice-Admiral Francis Clifton Brown CB, CMG, of Stanford Place, Faringdon [168]
  • 1932: Captain Geoffrey Herbert Palmer, of Woolhampton Court [169]
  • 1933: Capt. Leonard Noel Sutton, of Hillside, Reading.[170]
  • 1934: Sir Robert Andrew Stransham Black, 2nd Baronet, of Midgham Park, Reading [171]
  • 1935: Reginald Howard Reed Palmer, M.C., of Hurst Grove, near Reading [172]
  • 1936: Thomas More Eyston, of Hendred House, East Hendred [173]
  • 1937: Leo Francis Page, of Newton House, Faringdon [174]
  • 1938: Lieut.-Col. James Nockells Horlick, O.B.E., M.C., of Little Paddocks, Sunninghill, Ascot [175]
  • 1939: Michael Lavallin Wroughton, of Woolley Park, Wantage[176]
  • 1940: Sir Norman James Watson, of Sulhamstead House, near Reading
  • 1941: Major Harry Edward Meader, O.B.E. of Farley Court, near Reading [177]
  • 1942: Raymond William ffennell, of Wytham Abbey, near Oxford [178]
  • 1943: Lieut.-Col. Harold Philip Green, of Queen's Hill, Ascot [179]
  • 1944: Lieut.-Colonel Sir William Ernest George Archibald Weigall, 1st Baronet, K.C.M.G., of Englemere, Ascot.[180]
  • 1945: Major George Dall Edwards, of Finchampstead House, Finchampstead [181]
  • 1946: Herbert James Thomas, Esq., of Long Leys House, Cumnor [182]
  • 1947: Sir William Malcolm Mount, Bt., of Wasing, Aldermaston[183]
  • 1948: Major Leonard Maurice Edward Dent, D.S.O., of Hillfields, Burghfield Common.[184]
  • 1949: Colonel Granville Walton, O.B.E., of Longworth Manor, near Abingdon.[185]
  • 1950: Maurice Fitz-Gerald Sandes Magill, of Highlands [186]
  • 1951: Capt. Thomas Leopold McClintock Lonsdale, of Kingstone Lisle Park [187]
  • 1952: Col. Clarence Bremer Krabbé, of Calcot Grange[188]
  • 1953: Lt.-Col. Rodney Howell Palmer, of Peasemore Manor[189]
  • 1954: Rowland Huntley Muir, of Billingbear House[190]
  • 1955: Maj. Richard Wellesley, of Old Buckland House[191]
  • 1956: Col. Arthur Ewart Marnham, of Foxley Grove, Holyport[192]
  • 1957: Hon. Edward Langton Iliffe, of Basildon Park[193]
  • 1958: Maj. John Lycett Wills, of Allanbay Park, Binfield[194]
  • 1959: Alan Anthony Colleton Godsall, of Haines Hill, Hurst[195]
  • 1960: Lieut.-Colonel (Brevet Colonel) Hugh Alfred Gorton Vanderfelt, T.D., of Penhallow, Cookham Dean.[196]
  • 1961: Christopher Lewis Loyd, M.C., of Lockinge, Wantage [197]
  • 1962: John Ronald Henderson, M.B.E., of West Woodhay House, Newbury [198]
  • 1963: Hugh Waldorf Astor of Folly Farm, Sulhamstead[199]
  • 1964: Robert Ralph Merton of The Old Rectory, Burghfield.[200]
  • 1965: Gordon William Nottage Palmer O.B.E., T.D., of Foudry House, Mortimer [201]
  • 1966: Derek Henry Parker Bowles of Donnington Castle House, Newbury.[202]
  • 1967: Sir Edward Christian Goschen, 3rd Baronet, D.S.O. of Jesmond Hill, Pangbourne.[203]
  • 1968: Michael John Verey of Little Bowden, Pangbourne[204]
  • 1969: Major John William Burke Cole of The Malthouse, West Woodham[205]
  • 1970: John Philip Lavallin Puxley of Welford House, Newbury[206]
  • 1971: Michael George Thomas Webster of The Vale, Windsor Forest[207]
  • 1972: John Gilbert Gilby of Inholmes, Woodland St Mary, Newbury[208]
  • 1973: Derick Aylmer Frederick Henry Woward Hartley Russell of Bucklebury House, Bucklebury[209]
  • 1974: William Alexander Palmer of Phillips Hill, Snelsmore Common, Newbury[210]
  • 1975: Lt-Col Robert Cradoc Rose Price DSO OBE of Tetworth, Ascot[211]
  • 1976: Cdr. John Marriott of the Folly[212]
  • 1977: Philip Lavallin Wroughton of Woolley Park[213]
  • 1978: Ian Donald Cameron of the Old Rectory, Farnborough (father of David Cameron) [214]
  • 1979: Richard John Palmer of Queen Anne's Mead, Windsor[215]
  • 1980: Anthony Greenly of Everington House[216]
  • 1981: John Edwin Lavallin Nugent of Upper Lambourn, Newbury.[217]
  • 1982: Sir David Hill-Wood of Dacre Farm, Farley Hill, Reading [218]
  • 1983: Ian Alan Douglas Pilkington[219]
  • 1984: David John Simonds of Buckhold Grange, Near Pangbourne[220]
  • 1985: Rupert Oliver Steel of Winterbourne Holt, Newbury[221]
  • 1986: Charles Peregrine Albermarle Bertie of Frilsham Manor, Hermitage, Newbury [222]
  • 1987: The Hon Leonard Harold Lionel Cohen of Dovecote House, Swallowfield Park, Reading [223]
  • 1988: David Alfred William Gardiner of The Old Rectory, Lilley, Newbury [224]
  • 1989: George Raymond Seymour of The Old Vicarage, Bucklebury, Reading [225]
  • 1990: Lady Elizabeth Cameron Godsal of Haines Hill, Twyford [226]
  • 1991: Lews David Moss of Queensmere, Wokingham [227]
  • 1992: Sidney Wallace Smart of Oak Ash, Chaddleworth, Newbury[228]
  • 1993: Major Toby Clements Gore.[229]
  • 1994: Major the Hon. Jeremy David Alfonso John Monson of Hare Hatch, near Reading.[230]
  • 1995: Sir William Benyon of Englefield House [231]
  • 1996: Christopher John Spence of Chieveley Manor,Church Lane, Chieveley, Newbury [232]
  • 1997: Major John Roy Trustram Eve of Waltham St. Lawrence, Twyford.[233]
  • 1998: Alfred Roland Wiseman of Windsor [234]
  • 1999: Michael John Benjamin Todhunter of Farnborough, Wantage, Oxfordshire[235]

2000–present[edit]

  • 2000: James Henry Lavallin Puxley of Welford Park[236]
  • 2001: David John Marling Roberts of Sanham Green House, Hungerford
  • 2002: Timothy Dawson of Walter's Cottage, Sunningdale
  • 2003: Malcolm Kimmins of Wick Lodge, Hoe Benham, Newbury
  • 2004: Anthony West of Remenham Manor, Henley-on Thames, Oxfordshire
  • 2005: Mary Bayliss of Sheepgridge Court, Swallowfield, Near Reading
  • 2006: John Hugh Miller[237]
  • 2007: Henry Merton Henderson[238] of West Woodhay House[239]
  • 2008: Carolyn Jane Boulter[240]
  • 2009: Christina Bernadette Thérèse Hill Williams[241]
  • 2010: Lady Catherine May Stevenson[242]
  • 2011: Robert Barclay Woods of Frilsham[243]
  • 2012: Charles David Brims of Brimpton Lodge, Brimpton[244]
  • 2013: Suzanna C. Rose of Henley-on-Thames [245]

Notes[edit]

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