High Sheriff of Carmarthenshire

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This is a list of High Sheriffs of Carmarthenshire. Carmarthenshire was originally created by the Statute of Rhuddlan in 1284. It became an administrative county in 1889 with a county council following the Local Government Act 1888. Under the Local Government Act 1972, the administrative county of Carmarthenshire was abolished on 1 April 1974 and the area of Carmarthenshire became three districts within the new county of Dyfed : Carmarthen, Dinefwr and Llanelli. Under the Local Government (Wales) Act 1994, Dyfed was abolished on 1 April 1996 and the three districts united to form a unitary authority which had the same boundaries as the original Carmarthenshire but remaining in the shrievalty of Dyfed.

List of Sheriffs[edit]

  • 1424-1426: Sir John Skydemore of Kentchurch, Herefs.
  • 1432-1435: Griffith Dwnn, of Mudlescwm, Kidwelly (father of Sir John, below)
  • 1436: Sir Gruffudd ap Nicolas
  • 1438: Sir Edward Stradling
  • 1463: Sir John Dwn of Kidwelly

16th century[edit]

  • 1516: Sir Thomas Phillips
  • 1541: Jenkin Lloyd of Pwlldyfach
  • 1542: Sir William Thomas of Aberglasney
  • 1543: Sir Thomas Jones of Abermarlais (grandfather of Donne Lee)
  • 1544: William Morgan Donn of Muddlescomb
  • 1545: James Williams of Pant Hoel
  • 1546: John Philipps of Clogyfran[1]
  • 1547: Griffyth Done (or Dwnn) of Ystrad Merthyr near Kidwelly
  • 1548: Thomas Brine of Cenarth
  • 1549: Rhys ap William ap Thomas Goch of Ystradffin
  • 1550: David Gwyn ap Howel ap Rhydderch of Ystrad Wallter
  • 1551: Griffith Higgon of New Carmarthen
  • 1552: Sir John Vaughan of Whitland Abbey
  • 1553: David Vaughan [2]
  • 1554: William Philipps of Picton Castle and Clogyfran [2]
  • 1555: David Griffith Leyson of the Priory, Carmarthen[2]
  • 1556: Griffith Dwnn of Pibwr[2]
  • 1557: Walter Vaughan of Pembrey of Pembrey Court[1]
  • 1558: Griffith Higgon of Carmarthen[2]
  • 1559: David Vaughan of Kidwelly[2]
  • 1560: Griffith Dwnn of Pibwr
  • 1561: David Gwynne ap Howel (Powell) ap Rhydderch of Ystrad Wallter
  • 1562: Rees ap William ap Thomas Goch of Ystradffin
  • 1563: John Vaughan of Golden Grove
  • 1564: Sir John Vaughan of Whitland Abbey
  • 1565: Rhys Thomas of Aberglasney
  • 1566: Thomas Vaughan (1st term) of Pembrey Court
  • 1567: Griffith Rice of Newton [1]
  • 1568: David Parry of Ystrad Wallter
  • 1569: James Williams of Pant Hoel
  • 1570: Thomas Vaughan (2nd term) of Pembrey Court
  • 1571: George Powell of Ystrad Wallter
  • 1572: Richard Vaughan of Whitland Abbey
  • 1573: Rhydderch Gwynne of Glanbran
  • 1574: Sir Henry Jones of Abermarlais[3]
  • 1575: Griffith Vaughan of Trimsaran
  • 1576: William Thomas of Aberglasney
  • 1577: Thomas ap Rhys William Goch of Ystradffin
  • 1578: Griffith Lloyd of Forest
  • 1579: Thomas Lloyd of Lianstephan
  • 1580: William Davies of Ystrad
  • 1581: Sir George Devereux of Ystrad Ffin [4]
  • 1582: William Thomas of Aberglasney
  • 1583: Griffith Rice of Newton, Llandefaison
  • 1584: Sir Henry Jones of Abermarlais[3]
  • 1585: Walter Vaughan of Golden Grove[3]
  • 1586: Walter Rice of Newton, Llandefaison[3]
  • 1587: Griffith Vaughan of Trimsaran (died); Thomas ap Rhys William Goch of Ystradffin
  • 1588: Edward Donne Lee of Abercynfor
  • 1589: Sir Thomas Jones of Abermarlais Park and Emlyn Castle[3]
  • 1590: David Griffith Lloyd of Llanllawddog
  • 1591: Lewis Williams of Panthowel
  • 1592: Thomas ap Rhys William Goch of Ystradffin
  • 1593: William Gwyn of Cynghordy
  • 1594: Edward Donne Lee of Abercynfor
  • 1595: Francis Mansel of Muddlescomb[1]
  • 1596: Francis Lloyd of Llanbedr
  • 1597: Alban Stepney of Prendergast, Pembrokeshire[1]
  • 1598: Rowland Gwyn of Glanbran
  • 1599: James Prydderch of Nant-yr-Hebog
  • 1600: Francis Lloyd of Glyn, Llangendeirn

17th century[edit]

  • 1601: David Griffith Llwyd or Lloyd of Llanllawddog
  • 1602: Morgan Jones Parry of Tregib (died); Charles Vaughan of Cwmgwili [1]
  • 1603: Sir Thomas Jones of Abermarlais Park and Emlyn Castle[3]
  • 1604: George Herbert of Castell Pigyn
  • 1605: Sir John Vaughan of Golden Grove[3]
  • 1606: Sir Henry Jones of Abermarlais
  • 1607: William Davies of Bettws
  • 1608: Rhys Prydderch of Laugharne
  • 1609: John Lloyd of Glangwili [5] (son of David, HS 1590,1601)
  • 1610: Francis Mansel, 1st Baronet [1]
  • 1611: Francis Mansel of Muddlescomb
  • 1612: David Jones of Ynys Wen, Abercothi
  • 1613: Thomas William Lloyd of Alltycadno
  • 1614: Rhys Williams of Rhydodin
  • 1615: Morris Bowen of Llechdwnny
  • 1616: William Vaughan of Torycoed
  • 1617: Thomas Johnes of Glansawdde
  • 1618: Morgan Thomas of Bailey Ficer
  • 1619: Sir Rice Rudd of Aberglasney
  • 1620: Henry Vaughan of Derwydd [6]
  • 1621: Gruffydd Lloyd of Ynys Wen, Abercothi
  • 1622: John Gwynne of Gwempa
  • 1623: Sir John Philipps, 1st Baronet of Clogyfran
  • 1624: John Stedman of Liettygariad
  • 1625: David Morgan Rhys of Llangadock
  • 1626: Walter Vaughan of Llanelly
  • 1627: Griffith Lloyd of Forest
  • 1628: John Williams of Panthowel
  • 1629: Francis Lloyd of Danyrallt
  • 1630: Griffith Penry of Llangennech
  • 1631: Richard Vaughan of Cwrt Derllys
  • 1632: David Gwynne of Glanbran
  • 1633: George Jones Snr of Abercothi (died); John Bloome of Upper Penybanc
  • 1634: Lewis Bevan of Penycoed, St. Clears
  • 1635: Thomas Vaughan of Cwmgwili
  • 1636: David Vaughan of Trimsaran
  • 1637: Sir Rice Rudd of Aberglasney
  • 1638: Rowland Gwynne of Taliaris
  • 1639: Sir Henry Jones of Abermarlais
  • 1640: John Harry David of Coed-y-Garth
  • 1641: Sir Richard Philipps, 2nd Baronet, of Picton Castle
  • 1642: Philip Lloyd of Wenallt
  • 1643: John Vaughan of Plasgwyn
  • 1644: George Jones Jnr of Abercothi
  • 1644: Henry Middleton of Middleton Hall
  • 1645: John Phiipps of Wythfawr
  • 1646: Charles Gwynne of Gwempa
  • 1647: Francis Jones of Tregib
  • 1648: Francis Lloyd of Dangrart[7]
  • 1649: Henry Price of Abergorlech
  • 1650: Sir Erasmus Philipps, 3rd Baronet, of Picton Castle
  • 1651: George Gwynne of Llwyn Howel
  • 1652: Walter Jones of Llwynffortun
  • 1653: Thomas William Lloyd of Alltycadno
  • 1654: Lewis Lloyd of Llangennech[8]
  • 1655: Humphrey Browne of Green Castle
  • 1656: Thomas Lloyd of Glangwili
  • 1657: Owen Brigstocke of Kidwelly
  • 1658: Thomas Lloyd of Danyrallt
  • 1659: John Vaughan of Plas Gwyn
  • 1660: Roland Gwynne of Glanbran (outlawed); John Vaughan of Ty Gwyn, Ffairfach
  • 1661:Sir Henry Vaughan of Derwydd, Llandebie [9]
  • 1661: Philip Vaughan of Trimsaran
  • 1662: Edward Mansel, 4th Baronet [1]
  • 1663: Edward Rice [1]
  • 1664: George Jones of Abercothi
  • 1665: Nicholas Williams of Rhydodin
  • 12 November 1665: William Lloyd[10]
  • 1667: James Johnes of Dolau Cothy
  • 1668: Christopher Middleton of Middleton Hall
  • 6 November 1668: Owen Brigstocke, of Kidwelly[11]
  • 1670: Joseph Lloyd of Meidrim [12]
  • 1671: Richard Gwynne of Gwempa
  • 1672: Rees William Howell of Corngafar and Bwlchgwynt
  • 1673: William Bevan of Penycoed, St. Clears
  • 1673: Thomas Johnes of Dolau Cothi
  • 1674: John Lloyd of Llangennech
  • 1675: Morgan Jones of Tregib[13]
  • 1676: John Bowen of Swansea[14]
  • 1677: John Scurlocke of Carmarthen
  • 1678: John Philips [15]
  • 1679: Rawleigh Mansel of Kilvrough, Killay, Glamorganshire
  • 1680: Sir Rice Williams of Rhydodin
  • 1681: John Williams of Abercothi, Llanegwad
  • 1682: William Ball of Pembrey Court
  • 1683: Walter Vaughan of Llanelly
  • 1684: Thomas Lloyd of Alltycadno
  • 1685: Edward Vaughan of Penybanc[1]
  • 1686: Richard Mansell of Iscoed[16]
  • 1687: John Phillips of Dolhaidd
  • 1688: John Evans of Trefenty[17]
  • 1689: Edward Mansel, 1st Baronet [1]
  • 1690: Edward Jones of Lletherneuadd
  • 1691: Walter Thomas of Bremenda
  • 1692: Francis Browne of Frood
  • 1693: Rowland Gwynne of Taliaris
  • 1694: Griffith Rice of Newton, Llandesfaison[3]
  • 1695: Nathan Griffiths of Mountain Hall, Llangeler
  • 1696: William Dawkin of Kilvrough, Gower, Glamorganshire
  • 1697: John Lloyd of Llangennech
  • 1698: Nicholas Williams of Ystradwrallt, Edwinsford [18]
  • 1699: Griffith Williams of Carmarthen (died); George Lewis of Carmarthen

18th century[edit]

  • 1701: Richard Middleton of Middleton Hall[1]
  • 1702: Thomas Lloyd of Danyrallt
  • 1703: Zachary Bevan of Laugharne
  • 1704: John Morgan of Carmarthen
  • 1705: Morgan Jones of Tregib
  • 1706: David Lewes of Llysnewydd
  • 1707: Thomas Lloyd of Alltycadno
  • 1708: Daniel Hughes of Penymaes
  • 1709: Richard Phillips of Llettygariad
  • 1710: Matthew Hardbottle of Hendrehedog
  • 1711: David Gwynne of Taliaris
  • 1712: Stephen Walter of Cellivor
  • 1713: John Powell of Lower Penybanc[1]
  • 1714: Rees Edwards of Llanddeusant
  • 1715: Grismond Philipps of Cwmgwili
  • 1716: Sir Charles Lloyd, 1st Baronet of Maesyfelin[19]
  • 1717: Francis Lloyd of Glyn
  • 1718: Owen Edwardes of Llanmilo
  • 1719: Rowland Lewis of Torycoed
  • 1720: Thomas Lloyd of Berilandywyll
  • 1721: David Lloyd of Glyn-y-March
  • 1722: John Griffiths of Castell Pigyn
  • 1723: Francis Price of Erw-wastad, Llanedy
  • 1724: John Allen of Garreg Lwyd, Llanelly
  • 1725: Thomas Evans of Achaeth
  • 1726: John Lloyd of Danyrallt
  • 1727: Philip Jones of Lletherneuadd
  • 1728: Thomas Lloyd of Derwydd
  • 1729: Sir Edward Vaughan of Trimsaran
  • 1730: Rawleigh Mansel (born Dawkin) of Cwrt, Pembrey
  • 1731: Thomas Gwynne of Gwempa
  • 1732: Morgan Lloyd of Glansefin
  • 1733: Richard Lewis of Troedyrhiw
  • 1734: Morgan Davies of Cwm, Llangynog
  • 1735: Thomas Bevan of Penycoed
  • 1736: William Penry of Llanedy
  • 1737: Samuel Hughes of Llwyn-y-brain[20]
  • 1738: James Lewis of Cilgynydd, Llanboidy
  • 1739: Williams Philipps of Cilsant
  • 1740: John Protheroe of Llanfallteg
  • 1741: William Rees of Capel Dewi
  • 1742: James Johnson of Carmarthen
  • 1743: John Phiipps of Coedgain
  • 1744: Lewis Price of Glanyranell
  • 1745: Hector Rees of Pembrey Court
  • 1746: Eugene Vaughan of Plasgwyn
  • 1747: David Pugh of Coedmor
  • 1748: Hector Jones of Coedstre, Liangeler
  • 1749: John Lewis of Liwynifortun
  • 1750: Richard Davies of Crynfryn, Newchurch
  • 1751: Richard Coney Jones of Castell Pigyn
  • 1752: Walter Powell of Glantowy, Liangadoc
  • 1753: William Thomas of Castell Gorfod
  • 1754: Admiral David Edwardes of Rhydygors
  • 1755: Rees Price of Carmarthen
  • 1756: Henry Penry of Gellyceidrim
  • 1757: Griffith Jones of Pantyrhaidd, Conwil Elfet
  • 1758: Rees Prythercb, of Kellycoombe [21]
  • 1759: Arthur Jones of Fountain Hall, Carmarthen
  • 1760: John Rees of Pantyrewig
  • 1761: Richard Gwyn of Middleton Hall
  • 1762: John Corrie of Carmarthen
  • 1763: David Bowen of Pibwrlwyd
  • 1764: Woodford Rice of Gellyfergam
  • 1765: William Rees of Laugharne
  • 1766: Evan Griffiths of Glanrhyd
  • 1767: Rees Prytherch of Cnwc Teilog
  • 1768: Edward Parry of Carmarthen
  • 1769: Leonard Bilson Gwynne of Gwempa
  • 1770: George Philipps of Coedgain
  • 1771: Vaughan Horton of Lletherllesty
  • 1772: William Jones of Dyfiryn, Llandebie
  • 1773: Gwynne Vaughan of Dolgwm
  • 1774: John Adams of Whitland Abbey
  • 1775: Walter Rice Howell Powell of Maesgwynne
  • 1776: William Herbert Dyer of Aberglasney
  • 1777: David Lloyd of Alltyrodin, Cardiganshire
  • 1778: Richard le Davids of Pibwrwen
  • 1779: Evan Protheroe of Doiwilym
  • 1780: Thomas Howells of Ffynonfelen
  • 1781: William Mansel, 9th Baronet of Iscoed[1]
  • 1782: John Morgan of Furnace
  • 1783: John Davies of Trawsmawr
  • 1784: Robert Banks Hodgkinson of Overton and Rhydodin [1]
  • 1785: William Lewes of Llysnewydd
  • 1786: John Lewis of Llwynffortun
  • 1787: Hugh Meares of Llanstephan
  • 1788: Richard Thomas of Cystanog
  • 1789: Walter Thomas, of Wainrhydod [22]
  • 1790: William Paxton of Middleton hall
  • 1791: George Griffles Williams of Llwynywormwood
  • 1792: George Morgan Snr of Abercothi
  • 1793: John Williams, of Wennalt (replacing John Llewellyn)[23]
  • 1794: William Clayton of Alltycadno
  • 1795: John Rees of Cilymaenllwyd
  • 1796: John William Hughes of Tregib
  • 1797: David Saunders of Glanrhydw
  • 1798: John Morgan of Furnace
  • 1799: Richard Mansel-Philipps of Coedgain and Sketty Hall, Swansea[24]
  • 5 February 1800: Sir Gabriel Powell, of Capel Tydist[25]

19th century[edit]

  • 11 February 1801: Thomas Stepney, of Derwydd[26]
  • 18 February 1801: Sir John Stepney, 8th Baronet, of Llanelli[27]
  • 17 March 1801: Edward Richard Shewen, of Stradey[28]
  • 10 February 1802: Thomas Owen, of Glasallt[29]
  • 3 February 1803: John Llewellyn, of Castle Piggin[30]
  • 2 March 1803: John Johnes, of Dolaucothi[31]
  • 1 February 1804: John Simmons, of Llangennech Park[32]
  • 6 February 1805: John Josiah Holford, of Cilgwyn[33]
  • 1 February 1806: George Price Watkins, of Broadway[34]
  • 4 February 1807: John Morgan, of the Furnace, Carmarthen[35]
  • 18 February 1807: Sackville Gwynne, of Glanbrane (appointment vacated)[36]
  • 4 March 1807: William Lloyd, of Laques[37]
  • 3 February 1808: Morgan Pryse Lloyd, of Glansevin[38]
  • 6 February 1809: Richard Isaac Starke, of Laugharne Castle[39]
  • 31 January 1810: Thomas Stepney, of Dan-yr-allt[40]
  • 21 February 1810: William McClary, of Manersabon[41]
  • 8 February 1811: Sir James Hamlyn-Williams, 2nd Baronet, of Edwinsford[42]
  • 24 January 1812: John George Philipps, of Cwmgwili[43][44]
  • 10 February 1813: Thomas Philipps, of Aberglasney[45]
  • 4 February 1814: Nicholas Burnell Jones, of Pantglas[46]
  • 13 February 1815: George Meares, of Plas Llanstephan[47][48]
  • 1816: John Colby of Ffynnonau
  • 1817: George Lloyd of Brunant
  • 1818: Lewis Price Jones, Glanyrannell
  • 1819: David Heron Pugh of Greenhill
  • 1820: Ralph Stephen Pemberton of Llanelly
  • 1821: Walter Rice Powell of Maesgwynne
  • 1822: John Howell Bevan of Pengay
  • 1823: John Philipps of Crugifan
  • 1824: George Morgan Jnr of Abercothi
  • 1825: David Jones of Blaen-nos
  • 1826: William Du Buisson of Glynhir
  • 1827: Joseph Gulston of Derwydd
  • 1828: William Chambers of Llanelli House
  • 1829: Sir William Dundas, 2nd Baronet, of Wauncrychydd
  • 1830: Rees Goring Thomas, of Llanen[49]
  • 1831: Edward Hamlyn Adams, of Middleton Hall[50]
  • 1832: John Lavallin Puxley, of Lletherlleestry[51][52]
  • 1833: David Lewis, of Stradey[53]
  • 1834: John Lloyd Price, of Glangwilly[54]
  • 1835: Edward Rose Tunno, of Llangennech Park[55]
  • 1836: Richard Janion Neville, of Llanelly[56]
  • 1837: William Henry Wilson, of Pen-y-coed[57]
  • 1838: Howel Gwyn, of Blaensawdde[58]
  • 1839: John Edward Saunders, of Glanrhydw[59]
  • 1840: John Lloyd Price, of Glangwilly[60]
  • 1841: John Walters Philipps, of Aberglasney[61]
  • 1842: William Phillips, of Waun iago[62][63]
  • 1843: William Peel, of Taliaris[64]
  • 1844: Rawleigh Addenbrooke Mansel, of Llanddarog[65][66][67]
  • 1845: David Jones, of Glanebrane Park, Llandovery[68]
  • 1846: Sir John Mansel, 11th Baronet, of Llanstephan[69]
  • 1847: Sir James Cockburn, 9th Baronet, of Ddolgwm[70]
  • 1848: Sir James Williams-Drummond, 3rd Baronet, of Edwinsford[71]
  • 1849: Walter Rice Howell Powell, of Maesgwynne[72]
  • 1850: William Davys Harries Campbell Davys, of Neuadd fawr[73]
  • 1851: Timothy Powell, of Penycoed[74]
  • 1852: Charles Hamlyn Williams, of Derlys Court[75]
  • 1853: Hon. William Henry Yelverton, of Whitland Abbey[76]
  • 1854: John Jones, of Blaenos[77]
  • 1855: Edward Ab Adam, of Middleton Hall[78]
  • 1856: George Watkin Rice, of Llwynybrain[79]
  • 1857: Charles Morgan, of Alltygog[80]
  • 1858: William Morris, of Coomb[81]
  • 1859: Richard Jennings, of Gellydêg[82]
  • 1860: Alan James Gulston, of Llwynberllan[83]
  • 1861: Arthur Henry Saunders Davies, of Pentre[84]
  • 1862: Col. John Stepney Cowell-Stepney, of Llanelly House[85]
  • 1863: Isaac Horton, of Ystrad[86]
  • 1864: Henry Lavallin Puxley, of Llwyndrussy[87]
  • 1865: Edward Morris Davies, of Upland, near Carmarthen[88]
  • 1866: Thomas Charles Morris, of Bryn Myrddin[89]
  • 1867: John Lennox Griffith Poyer Lewis, of Henllan[90]
  • 1868: Charles William Nevill, of Westfa, Llanelli[91]
  • 1869: Henry James Bath, of Alltyferin[92]
  • 1870: Henry Foley, of Abermarlais Park[93][94]
  • 1871: William Du Buisson of Glynhir
  • 1872: Astley Thompson of Glyn Abbey
  • 1873: Sir John Ferguson Davie, 2nd Baronet, of Derilys Court and Creedy, Sandford, Devon
  • 1874: David Pugh
  • 1875: Howard Spear Morgan of Tegfynydd, Llanfallteg
  • 1876: James Buckley of Penyfai
  • 1877: Robert Parnall of Llanstephan Cottage
  • 1878: John Beynon of Trewern
  • 1879: Edward Schaw Protheroe of Dolwilym
  • 1880: William Francis David Saunders of Glanrhydw
  • 1881: Charles William Mansel Lewis of Stradey Castle
  • 1882: Thomas Morris of Cwm, Llangynog
  • 1883: John Peel of Danyrailt
  • 1884: Sir Emile Algernon Arthur Keppel Cowell-Stepney, Bt, of The Dell, Llanelly
  • 1885: James Hamlyn Williams Williams-Drummond, Bt
  • 1886: Sir James Hills-Johnes, VC, of Dolaucothi [95]
  • 1887: Frederick Arthur Gerwyn Jones of Pantglas
  • 1888: John Williams Gwynne Hughes of Tregib
  • 1889: Walter Powell Jeifreys of Cynghordy
  • 1890: Herbert Peel, of Taliarris Park, Llandilo [96]
  • 1891: John Carbery Taughan Pryse-Rice, of Llwynybrain, Llandovery[97]
  • 1892: Edward Henry Bath, of Alltyferin, Carmarthen [98]
  • 1893: John Crow Richardson, of Glanbrydan Park, Llandilo [99]
  • 1894: Antony William John Stokes, of Ystradwrallt, Carmarthen,[100]
  • 1895: James Bnckley, of Bryncaerau, Llanelly [101]
  • 1896: David Evans, of Llangennech Park, near Llanelly [102]
  • 1897: William Joseph Buckley, of Penyfai, Llanelly,[103]
  • 1898: St. Vincent Peel, of Dan-yr-allt, Llangadock,[104]
  • 1899: Gwilym Evans, of Westfa, Llanelly [105]
  • 1900: Benjamin Evans, of Llwynderw, West Cross, Swansea,[106]

20th century[edit]

  • 1901: Ernest Trubshaw, of Aelybryn, Llanelly [107]
  • 1902: John Morgan Davies, of Froodvale, Llanwrda [108]
  • 1903: Richard Edward Jennings, of Gellidêg, Kidwelly [109]
  • 1904: Sir John Williams, Bt., of the Plas, Llanstephan [110]
  • 1905: Howard Meuric Lloyd, of Delfryn, Llanwrda, R.S.O.,[111]
  • 1906: Arthur Edmund Du Buisson, of Glynhir, near Llandeilo [112]
  • 1907: Godfrey Evan Schaw Protheroe-Beynon, of Trewern Mansion, Whitland [113]
  • 1908: Thomas Henry Dowdeswell, of The Cottage, Llanstephan[114]
  • 1909: Morgan Jones, of Llanmiloe, Pendine [115]
  • 1910: Alfred Robert Orton Gery, of Royston Court, Ferryside [116]
  • 1911: Thomas Griffiths, of Glanmor, Burry Port [117]
  • 1912: Thomas Jones of Llanelly
  • 1913: Joseph Williams of Llanelly
  • 1914: Henry Morton Glyn Evans of Llangennech
  • 1915: John Henry Thomas of London
  • 1916: William Yalden Nevill of Felinfoel House
  • 1917: David Williams of LIanelly
  • 1918: Thomas Lewis of Nantgaredig
  • 1919: Harry Dawkin Evans of Llanelly
  • 1920: Henry Coulson Bond of Margrave Court, Berkshire
  • 1921: David Richards of Ammanford
  • 1922: Sir Alfred Stephens of Kidwelly
  • 1923: Evan Williams, of Glyndwr, Pontardulais [118]
  • 1924: William Nathaniel Jones of Dyffryn, Ammanford [119]
  • 1925: Henry Folland of Blackpill, Glamorganshire
  • 1926: John Waddell of Beenham, Berkshire
  • 1927: Lewis Davies Lewis of Rhydargaeau
  • 1928: Francis John Eees, of Warborough, Llanelly [120]
  • 1929: Major John Maybery Bevan of Glyn-clydach, Neath.
  • 1930: Daniel Daniel, of Ffynone, Boncath R.S.O., Pembrokeshire [121]
  • 1931: Joseph Pascoe Williams, of Cefnbryn, Llanelly [122]
  • 1932: Thomas Bevan of The Hendre, Llangennech, Llanelly [123]
  • 1933: David Farr Davies of Gwernllwyn, Cross Hands, Llanelly[124]
  • 1934: Owen Picton Davies[125]
  • 1935: Timothy Evans of Bracknell Gardens, Hampstead, London, N.W.3[126]
  • 1936:
  • 1952: Thomas Ellis Jones-Davies [127]
  • 1953:
  • 1964: The Hon. Hugh John Vaughan Campbell (otherwise Viscount Emlyn), of Golden Grove House, Broad Oak.[128]
  • 1965: David Courtenay Mansel Lewis of Stradey Castle, Llanelly.[129]
  • 1966: William John Davies, of Cyncoed, Llandovery.[130]
  • 1967: Major William Kemmis Buckley, M.B.E., of Brian Cottage, Ferryside.[131]
  • 1968: Peter George Francis, of Hafodneddyn, Llandeilo.[132]
  • 1969: Captain John Lionel Francis, of Llwynhelig, Llandeilo.[133]
  • 1970: The Hon. Mrs. Nesta Donne Fisher-Koch, T.D., of Plas Llanstephan.[134]
  • 1971: Mrs. Josephine Reene Thomas, of Warborough, Old Road, Llanelli.[135]
  • 1972: Griffith William Grismond Philipps, of Cwmgwili, Bronwydd Arms.[136]
  • 1973: David Joseph Harry Thomas of Paviland Manor, Rhossili, Gower.[137]
  • 1974 onwards - See High Sheriff of Dyfed

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