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This is a list of Sheriffs of Caernarvonshire (or Carnarvonshire).

The Sheriff is the oldest secular office under the Crown. Formerly the Sheriff was the principal law enforcement officer in a county but over the centuries most of the responsibilities associated with the post have been transferred elsewhere or are now defunct, so that its functions are now largely ceremonial. The Sheriff changes every March.

On 1 April 1974, under the provisions of the Local Government Act 1972, the counties of Caernarvonshire, together with that of Anglesey and Merionethshire were abolished along with their shrievalties, and were replaced by the new county of Gwynedd and the new office of High Sheriff of Gwynedd.[1]

List of Sheriffs[edit]

  • 1284–1295: Richard de Pulesdon[2]
  • 1295–1299: Robert de London
  • 1299–1307: Henry de Dynynton
  • 1308–1309 or 1310: Gruffudd ap Rhys
  • 1309 or 1310–1315: William Troutwyn
  • 1315–1316: Richard Casteleyn
  • 1316–1321: John de Sapy
  • 1321–1325: Giles de Bello Campo (Giles de Beauchamp)
  • 1325–1326: Madog Gloddaith
  • 1326–1327: Richard Ate
  • 1327–1329: Giles de Bello Campo
  • 1329–1332: Richard Ate
  • 1332–1337: Hywel ap Henri
  • 1337: Stephen de Pulton
  • 1339–1345: Richard FitzAlan, 10th Earl of Arundel
  • 1345–1346: Edward de St John
  • 1347–1348: Einion ap Philip
  • 1348–1350: Robert de Holewell
  • 1350–1351: Robert de Parys
  • 1351–1359: Einion ap Gruffudd
  • 1359–1360: Thomas de Middelton
  • unknown date: Ade Haye
  • unknown date: Robert Stircheley
  • 1376–1378: Hugh Coly
  • 1378–1382: William de Hunton
  • 1382–1385: Thomas de Wodelef
  • 1385–1390: Ifan ab Einion ap Gruffudd
  • 1390–1395: Hugh Coly
  • 1395–1399: Richard de Pykemere
  • 1399–1407?: Siôn ap Hywel
  • 1407: Reginald Bayldon
  • 1407–1408: John Salshall
  • 1408–1409: Robert Fenrether
  • 1410–1411: Thomas Camvill
  • 1411–1413: Hugh Huls
  • 1413–1437: Nicholas Saxton
  • 1437–1460: John Hynde
  • 1461–1473: Sir Henry Bolde
  • 1473–1483: Anthony Woodville, 2nd Earl Rivers
  • 1484–1485: Thomas Tunstall
  • 1485–1500: Wiliam ap Gruffudd ap Robyn of Cochwillan
  • 1500–1527: Sir Hugh Vaughan jointly with
  • 1505–1506: Ralph Birkenhead
  • 1527–1540?: Sir Richard Bulkeley
  • 1540?–1541: Edmund Lloyd, of Glynllifon
  • 1541: Griffith ap Robert Vaughan[3]
  • 1541 William Wynn Williams of Cochwillan[4]
  • 1542 Sir Richard Bulkeley, of Beaumaris, Kt [4]
  • 1543 John Puleston of Caernarvon [4]
  • 1544 John "Wynn" ap Maredudd, of Gwydir Castle[4]
  • 1545 Hugh Peak, of Conway [4]

Edward VI[edit]

  • 1546 William Williams, of Cochwillan [4]
  • 1547 Griffith ap William Madog, of Llwyndyrus [4]
  • 1548 John ap Robert ap Llywelyn Ithel, of Caftellmarch [4]
  • 1549 Sir Richard Bulkeley, of Beaumaris, Kt[4]
  • 1550 John Wynn ap Hugh of Bodyel in Llannor [4]
  • 1551 Hugh Peake, of Conway [4]
  • 1552 William Williams, of Cochwillan [4]

Mary I[edit]

Elizabeth I[edit]

James I[edit]

  • 1603 John Wynne, of Gwydir[4]
  • 1604 John Griffith, of Llŷn[4]
  • 1605 Robert Madryn, of Madryn[4]
  • 1606 Hugh Bodurda, of Bodurda[4]
  • 1607 William Williams, of Vaenol[4]
  • 1608 William Thomas, of Caernarvon[4]
  • 1609 Thomas Bodvel, of Bodvel[4]
  • 1610 Robert Prichard, of Conway[4]
  • 1611 William Glynn, of Penllechog[4]
  • 1612 William Humphreys, of Pant Du[4]
  • 1613 William Vaughan, of Plas Hen[4]
  • 1614 Humphrey Meredith, of Clynog[4]
  • 1615 Griffith Hughes, of Cefn Llanfair[4]
  • 1616 William Griffith, of Caernarvon[4]
  • 1617 Simon William, of Weeg[4]
  • 1618 John Griffith, junior, of Llŷn[4]
  • 1619 John Wynne, of Penllech[4]
  • 1620 Robert Wynne, of Glascoed[4]
  • 1621 Robert Owen, of Ystum Cegid[4]
  • 1622 Thomas Glynn of Glynllifon[4]
  • 1623 John Bodvel, of Bodvel[4]
  • 1624 Ellis Brynkir, of Bryncir[4]
  • 1625 Richard Evans, of Elernion[4]

Charles I[edit]

  • 1625 Richard Evans, of Elernion[4]
  • 1626 Thomas Williams, of Vaenol[4]
  • 1627 Thomas Glyn, of Nantlli[4]
  • 1628 John Vaughan, of Pantglas[4]
  • 1629 Henry Humphreys, of Pwllheli[4]
  • 1630 John Bodurda, of Bodurda[4]
  • 1631 John Owen, of Clenennau[4]
  • 1632 William Vaughan, of Cors y Gedol[4]
  • 1633 Griffith Madryn, of Madryn[4]
  • 1634 William Glyn of Elernion[4]
  • 1635 John Wynne, of Conway[4]
  • 1636 Evan Wynne, of Saethon[4]
  • 1637 William Lewis Anwyl of Parc[4]
  • 1638 William Thomas, of Aber[4]
  • 1639 William Williams, of Vaenol, baronet[4]
  • 1640 William Hookes, of Conway[4]
  • 1641 James Brynkir, of Bryncir[4]
  • 1642 Thomas Cheadle, of Beaumaris[4]
  • 1643 Thomas Madryn, of Madryn[4]
  • 1644 Robert Jones, of Castellmarch[4]
  • 1645 Sir John Owen, of Clenenney[4]
  • 1646 Sir John Owen[4]
  • 1647 Thomas Williams, of Dinas[4]
  • 1648 William Lloyd, of Plas Hen[4]

The Commonwealth[edit]

Charles II[edit]

  • 1660: John Williams, of Meillionydd [7]
  • 1661: William Griffith of Cefnamlwch, Lleyn [10]
  • 1662: Sir Griffith Williams, 1st Baronet of Penrhyn [11]
  • 1663: Richard Cyffin, of Maenan [7]
  • 1664: Gruffudd Jones of Castellmarch [7]
  • 1665: Richard Glyn of Elernion [7]
  • 12 November 1665: Colonel Thomas Madryn, of Madryn, Llŷn[12]
  • 1667: Sir Roger Mostyn, 1st Baronet of Mostyn Hall [7]
  • 1668: William Lloyd, of Bodfan [7]
  • 6 November 1668: John Glynn, of Glynllifon [7][13]
  • 1670: Sir Robert Williams, 2nd Baronet of Penrhyn [14]
  • 1671: Ieuan "Llwyd" ap Humphrey "Wyn" of Hafodlwyfog
  • 1672: William Wynn of Glanrafon [7]
  • 1673: William Wynn, of Llanwrda [7]
  • 1674: William Griffith, of Madryn isaf [7]
  • 1675: Sir John Wynn, 5th Baronet of Wattstay[15]
  • 1676: Owen Wynne, of Ystymcedig [7]
  • 1676: Peter Pennant of Bychton [16]
  • 1676: Holland Williams
  • 1677: Richard Wynn, of Glasinfryn [7]
  • 1678: Griffith Vaughan, of Plashen [7]
  • 1679: Thomas Wynn, of Glascoed[7]
  • 1680: William Lloyd, of Hafodlwyfog [7]
  • 1681: Edward Williams, Meillionydd [7]
  • 1682: William Arthur, Bangor [7]
  • 1683: George Twisleton, of Llenar [7]
  • 1684: Robert Coytmor, of Tymawr [7]

James II[edit]

William III[edit]

  • 1689: Sir Thomas Mostyn [20]
  • 1690: Samuel Hanson of Bodvel [20]
  • 1691: Hugh Lewis of Pont Newydd [20]
  • 1692: John Rowland of Nant [20]
  • 1693: John Thomas of Aber [20]
  • 1694: Richard Madryn of Llanerch [20]
  • 1695: James Brynkir of Brynkir [20]
  • 1696: Richard Edwards of Nanhoran in Lleyn [21]
  • 1697: David Parry of Llwynynn [20]
  • 1698: Henry Vaughan of Pantglas [20]
  • 1699: Richard Vaughan of Plashen [20]
  • 1700: Pierce LLoyd of Lllanidan [20]
  • 1701: Edward Holland of Conwy [20]
  • 1701: Sir Roger Mostyn, 3rd Baronet of Mostyn Hall[22]

Anne[edit]

George I[edit]

  • 1714: Thomas Ellis, of Wern [7]
  • 1715: Timothy Edwards, Cefnmain [7]
  • 1716: Lewis Owen, of Peniarth [7]
  • 1717: John Wynn, of Melai [7]
  • 1718: William Wynne [7]
  • 1719: William Bodvell of Madryn [7]
  • 1720: Edward Baily, of Gorswen [7]
  • 1721: Hugh Lewis, Pontnewydd [7]
  • 1722: Love Parry, of Wernfawr [7]
  • 1723: Thomas Rowland, of Nant [7]
  • 1724: William Wynne, of Llanwrda [7]
  • 1725: William Brynkir, of Treborth [7]
  • 1726: Humphrey Roberts, Brynneuadd [7]

George II[edit]

  • 1727: Hugh Winne, of Waine [24]
  • 1728: William Wynn, of Llanfair [7]
  • 1729: Izacheus Hughes of Trevan [25]
  • 1730: Maurice Wynn, of Penybryn [7]
  • 1731: William Butler of Llysfan [26]
  • 1732: William Price of Penmorva[23]
  • 1733: John Wynn of Glynllifon [7]
  • 1734: John Griffith, of Caernarvon [27]
  • 1735: William Wynne [17]
  • 1736: Humphrey Owen, of Bodidda [7]
  • 1737: George Devereux of Sahone (Saython) [28]
  • 1738: Humphry Meredith, of Pengwern [29]
  • 1739: John Lloyd of Tyddynbychan [7]
  • 1740: Rice Williams, of Glanyrafan [30]
  • 1741: John Owen [31]
  • 1742: Hugh Williams of Pentir [32]
  • 1743: Edward Philip Pugh [7]
  • 1744: William Brynker the younger of Brynker [33]
  • 1745: John Hoare of Conway [34]
  • 1746: William Thomas of Coedallen [35]
  • 1747: Robert Parry of Mellionen [36]
  • 1748: Christopher Butler of Llysffaen [37]
  • 1749: Charles Allanson of Vaenol [38]
  • 1750: Owen Holland of Conway [7]
  • 1751: Charles Evans of Treveilir, Anglesea [7]
  • 1752: John Lloyd of Porthyraur [7]
  • 1753: Owen Hughes of Trefan [39]
  • 1754: Hugh Davis of Carlum [40]
  • 1755: Richard Lloyd of Tal-y-bryn [41]
  • 1756: William Owen of Clenenney [42]
  • 1757: Robert Wynne of Llanerch [43]
  • 1758: Zacheus Jones of Aber y Pwll [44]
  • 1759: William Smith of Vaenol [7]

George III[edit]

  • 1760: Richard Lloyd of Tynewydd [7]
  • 1761: Robert Wynn of Farchwoll [7]
  • 1762: Hugh Hughes of Bodvan [7]
  • 1763: Love Parry of Waenfawr [7]
  • 1764: John Griffith of Garreglwyd, Anglesey [7]
  • 1765: John Griffith of Cefnamwlch [7]
  • 1766: Hugh Williams of Pentir [7]
  • 1767: Edward Lloyd of Pengwern [7]
  • 1768: Robert Howel Vaughan of Meillionydd [7]
  • 1769: Robert Godolphin Owen, of Clenenney [7]
  • 1770: William Archer of Llechan [7]
  • 1771: Rice Thomas of Coedhelen [7]
  • 1772: Richard Parry of Meillionen [7]
  • 1773: Ralph Griffith of Caerhun [7]
  • 1774: Thomas Assheton Smith of Vaynol [7]
  • 1775: Hugh Stoddart of Diganwy [7]
  • 1776: James Coytmor Pugh of Penrhyn [7]
  • 1777: Hugh Griffith of Brynodol [7]
  • 1778: John Rowlands of Bodaden [7]
  • 1779: Jeffery Prendergast of Marie [7]
  • 1780: Robert Lloyd of Gwnys and Tregaian [7]
  • 1781: Edward Carreg [45]
  • 1782: Richard Pennant [45]
  • 1783: Thomas Ashton Smith of Vaynol [45]
  • 1784: Robert Wynne [45]
  • 1785: John Jones, of Brynhir [46]
  • 1786: William Pritchard [47]
  • 1787: John Lloyd [45]
  • 1788: Henry Pritchard [45]
  • 1789: William Hughes, of Nantcall [48]
  • 1790: Robert Lloyd of Cesailgyfarch [7]
  • 1791: Richard Lloyd [45]
  • 1792: Edward Lloyd [45]
  • 1793: William Owen, of Pencraig (replacing Richard Lloyd)[49]
  • 1794: Richard Lloyd of Bronhaulog [7]
  • 1795: William Jones of Bodfordd [7]
  • 1796: William John Lenthal of Bessels Leigh Manor, Berks [50]
  • 1797: Sir Edward Pryce Lloyd, 2nd Baronet of Pengwern Place [51]
  • 1798: Sir Thomas Mostyn, 6th Baronet of Gloddaeth [7]
  • 1799: Evan Lloyd of Portyraur [7]
  • 5 February 1800: Evan Prichard, of Tynewydd[52]
  • 21 February 1800: Rice Edwards, of Porthyregwl[53]
  • 14 March 1800: Rowland Jones, of Weirglodd Fawr[54]
  • 11 February 1801: William Hervey, of Bodvel[55]
  • 3 February 1802: Robert William Wynne, of Llanerch[56][57]
  • 3 February 1803: Gwyllym Lloyd Wardle, of Wernfawr[58]
  • 1 February 1804: Owen Molyneux Wynne, of Penmachno[59]
  • 6 February 1805: Richard Garnons, of Pantdu[60]
  • 1 February 1806: William Williams, of Llangystennin[61]
  • 4 February 1807: Hugh Rowlands, of Bodaden[62]
  • 3 February 1808: Robert Thomas Carreg, of Carreg[63]
  • 6 February 1809: Thomas Parry Jones Parry, of Madryn[64]
  • 15 March 1809: William Griffith, of Bodegroes[65]
  • 31 January 1810: Humphrey Rowland Jones, of Ystumllyn[66]
  • 8 February 1811: Thomas Parry Jones-Parry, of Madryn[67]
  • 24 January 1812: Hon. Peter Robert Drummond-Burrell, of Gwydir[68]
  • 4 March 1812: George Thomas Smith, of Penydyffryn[69]
  • 10 February 1813: John Griffith, of Llanfair[70]
  • 4 February 1814: Charles Wynne Griffith Wynne, of Cefn Amwlch[71]
  • 13 February 1815: William Gryffydd Oakeley, of Bachysaint[72]
  • 1816: Thomas Burrowes of Benarth [73]
  • 1817: John Lloyd of Trallwyn [74]
  • 1818: Thomas Jones of Bryntirion [7]
  • 1819: George Hay Dawkins-Pennant of Penrhyn Castle [7]

George IV[edit]

  • 1820: William Ormsby-Gore of Clenenney [7]
  • 1821: Joseph Huddart, of Brynker [75]
  • 1822: William Lloyd Caldecot, of the Cottage [76]
  • 1823: William Turner, of Parkia, Criccieth
  • 1824: Sir David Erskine, 1st Baronet of Plas Isa [77]
  • 1825: Henry Davies Griffith of Caerhun[78]
  • 1826: Kyffin John William Lenthall of Maenan [79][80]
  • 1827: William Glyn Griffith of Bodegroes [7]
  • 1828: R. Watkin Price of Bron-y-gader[81]
  • 1829: Thomas Lloyd, of Glangwna, died and replaced by Daniel Vaudrey, of Plasgwynant [82]

William IV[edit]

  • 1830: John Williams, of Bryntirion[3][83]
  • 1831: Rice Thomas, of Codehelen[3][84]
  • 1832: John Rowlands, of Plas-tirion[3][85]
  • 1833: David Price Downes, of Hendre-rhys-gethin[3][86]
  • 1834: Richard Lloyd Edwards, of Nanhoron[3][87]
  • 1835: John Morgan, of Weeg[3][88]
  • 1836: Thomas Parry Jones Parry, of Aber-du-nant[3][89]
  • 1837: Hon. Thomas Pryce Lloyd, of Plashen[3][90]

Victoria[edit]

Edward VII[edit]

George V[edit]

George VI[edit]

  • 1937: Herbert Wood, of The Cottage, Sylva Gardens South, Llandudno and Green Royd, Brighouse [166]
  • 1938: Thomas William Pierce, of Quellyn, Caernarvon [167]
  • 1939: John Thomas, of Cefn, Llanengan, Abersoch and Mollington Road, Wallasey, Cheshire[168]
  • 1940: Eldred Owen Roberts, of Plasybryn, Bontnewydd, Caernarvon, and Old Forge Close, Stanmore, Middlesex [169]
  • 1941: David Lewis Jones
  • 1942: Griffith Ivor Evans of Bryn Teg, Caernarvon [170]
  • 1943: Samuel Victor Beer [171]
  • 1944: William Penry Williams of Ty Coch, Caernarvon [172]
  • 1945: Lieut.-Colonel William Hilton Parry,M.C. of Ty Newydd, Caernarvon [173]
  • 1946: George Brymer, MC of Meifod, Bontnewydd, Caernarvon [174]
  • 1947: Emyr Wyn Jones of Llety'r Eos Llanfairtalhaearn and of Seibiant, Pontllyfni [175]
  • 1948: David Allen Bryan of The Gables, Penmaenmawr [176]
  • 1949: Owen Percy Griffith of Berwyn, Caernarvon [177]
  • 1950: Lady Margaret Gladwyn Goronwy Owen, of Llwynybrain, Llanrug [178]
  • 1951: Henry Humphries Jones of Cefn-y-Coed, Roewen, Conway, and of Menlove Avenue, Liverpool [179]
  • 1952: Rev. William Pierce Owen of Ffridd, Nantlle [180]

Elizabeth II[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Sheriffs appointed for a county or Greater London shall be known as high sheriffs, and any reference in any enactment or instrument to a sheriff shall be construed accordingly in relation to sheriffs for a county or Greater London." ("Government Act 1972: Section 219". )
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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 Breese, Edward (1873). Kalendars of Gwynnedd. London: John Camden Hotten. pp. 48–65. Retrieved 2008-04-23. 
  4. ^ 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 cn co cp cq cr cs ct cu cv cw cx cy cz da db dc dd de The Cambrian Register 1796 Vol II. London: E. & T. Williams. 1796. pp. 286–297. Retrieved 2009-10-31. 
  5. ^ The dates in the Williams 1895, p. 74 are inconsistent "9 Oct. 1649-50, and 13 Feb. 1650" usually dates before 25 March are styled 1649-50 in this period (see Old Style and New Style dates), so it may be that he was Sheriff from 13 February 1649 to October 1649 or 1650. All that can be said with certainty from this source is that he was a Sheriff in 1649 and maybe also in 1650.
  6. ^ Cokayne 1903, p. 212.
  7. ^ 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 Annals and Antiquities of the Counties of Wales accessdate = 2012-07-25 Google Books
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