High Sheriff of Cheshire

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This is a list of Sheriffs (and after 1 April 1974, High Sheriffs) of Cheshire.

The Sheriff is the oldest secular office under the Crown. Formerly the Sheriff was the principal law enforcement officer in the 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. Under the provisions of the Local Government Act 1972, on 1 April 1974 the office previously known as Sheriff was retitled High Sheriff. The High Sheriff changes every March. [1]

List of High Sheriffs of Cheshire[edit]

  • 1184: Gilbert Pipehard
  • 1189: Richard de Pierpoint
  • 1199: Liulphus

1200–1499[edit]

  • 1200: Lidulph de Croxton[2]
  • 1204: Lidulph de Twelmlow[2]
  • 1230: Richard de Sandbach[2]
  • 1233: Richard de Sandbach[2]
  • 10 July 1237: John de Lacy, 2nd Earl of Lincoln
  • 1239: Richard de Wrenbury
  • 6 December 1240: John Extraneus
  • 1244: Richard de Wibunbury[2]
  • 1268: Jordan de Peulesdon
  • 1270–1274: Reginald de Grey, 1st Baron Grey de Wilton[3]
  • 16 October 1274: Joscelin de Badlesmere
  • 1284–1287: Robert le Grosvenor (d. 1293)[2]
  • Michaelmas 1287: William de Praers
  • 1292: David de Malpas
  • 1295–1296: Philip de Malpas (de Egerton)[4]
  • Michaelmas 1296: William de Praers
  • Michaelmas 1299: William de Praers
  • Michaelmas 1301: Robert de Bresci
  • 29 September 1306: Richard de Fouleshurst
  • 1307: Robert le Grosvenor
  • 1308: Richard de Fouleshurst[2]
  • 1309: Philip de Egerton[4]
  • 1310: Richard de Witeleye
  • 1312: David de Egerton[4]
  • 1319: William de Modburlegh
  • 17 December 1326: John de Wrennebury
  • 29 November 1328: Oliver de Ingham
  • 1332: William de Praers
  • 1334: David de Egerton[4]
  • 30 September 1335: Adam le Parker
  • 29 September 1336: Henry de Ferrers
  • 30 September 1341: Randal de Oldington
  • Michaelmas 1342: Robert de Buckylegh
  • Michaelmas 1347: Nicholas de Riggelegh
  • 25 June 1348: Sir James de Audley
  • 1349: Sir William Preaus [5]
  • Michaelmas 1350: Thomas Danyers
  • 19 August 1353: Thomas de Dotton
  • 30 September 1359: Thomas le Yonge
  • Michaelmas 1361: Richard de Whitelegh
  • 30 June 1367: John de Scolehall
  • Michaelmas 1370: Sir Lawrence de Dutton
  • 1375–1377: Richard de la Legh
  • 27 October 1377: Hugh Venables, of Kinderton
  • 18 February 1383: Sir Nicholas de Vernon
  • 1384: Thomas del Wood
  • 1385: Hugh, Earl of Stafford
  • 1386: Richard Venables
  • 1388: John Massy
  • 1389: Robert le Grosvenor of Eaton
  • 1393: Sir Robert de Legh [6]
  • 1394: Robert le Grosvenor
  • 1398: Sir Robert de Legh[6]
  • 1399–1400: John Massy of Puddingtom
  • 1401: Henry Ravenscroft
  • 1403-6: John Mainwaring of Over-Peover[7]
  • 1409: William Bruerton of Bruerton
  • 1412: Laurence Merbury
  • 1418–1422: John Legh, of Norbury Booths
  • 1423: Hugh Dutton of Dutton
  • 1426: Richard Warburton of Arley
  • 1429: Ranulph Brereton of Brereton
  • 1437: John Troutbeck
  • 1438-1450: Sir Robert Booth of Dunham
  • 1450–1463: Sir William Booth (son of Robert)
  • 1463–1466: William Stanley of Hooton (died 1466)
  • 1466–1489: Sir William Stanley
  • 1489–1495: William Stanley (son of Sir William)
  • Thomas Stanley
  • 1495: John Warburton

1500–1599[edit]

  • 1 September 1502: Sir John Warburton
  • 4 April 1504: Sir John Warburton
  • 1506: Ralph Birkenhead
  • 19 July 1508 – 1524: Sir John Warburton of Arley (for life)
  • 8 April 1524: Thomas Warburton
  • 24 September 1524: Sir George Holfor of Holford
  • 20 February 1526: Sir William Stanley of Hooton
  • 19 December 1526: William Venables of Kinderton
  • 30 November 1527: Sir William de la Pole
  • 19 December 1528: Thomas Fouleshurst
  • 19 November 1529: John Done of Utkinton
  • 1530 Peter Warburton
  • 24 November 1531: Edward Fitton, of Gawsworth
  • 8 December 1532: George Poulett
  • 14 November 1537: Sir Henry Delves of Doddington [8]
  • 28 November 1538: Sir Robert Needham, of Cranage and Shavington[2]
  • 30 November 1539: Sir Alexander Radcliffe[2]
  • 17 November 1540: Edmund Trafford
  • 27 November 1541: John Holcroft
  • 22 November 1542: Sir Piers Dutton
  • 23 November 1543: Sir Edward Fitton of Gawsworth Old Hall[9]
  • 1544: Sir Thomas Venables of Kinderton [10]
  • 22 November 1545: Sir Henry Delves of Doddington [8]
  • 23 November 1546: John Holcroft
  • 27 November 1547: Sir Hugh Cholmondeley
  • 3 December 1548: Sir William Brereton
  • 12 November 1549: Thomas Aston
  • 11 November 1550: Sir John Savage
  • 11 November 1551: Sir Lawrence Smythe
  • 10 November 1552: Sir William Brereton of Brereton [11]
  • 26 August 1553: Sir Peter Legh, of Lyme Park [11]
  • 14 November 1554: Sir Hugh Cholmondeley of Cholmondeley [11]
  • 14 November 1555: Richard Wilbram of Woodhey [11]
  • 13 November 1556: Sir Thomas Venables of Kinderton [11][10]
  • 16 November 1557: Sir Philip Egerton of Egerton [11]
  • 23 November 1558: Sir Edward Fytton [11]
  • 9 November 1559: Sir John Savage of Rocksavage
  • 12 November 1560: Sir Ralph Egerton of Wrinehill
  • 8 November 1561: Sir John Warburton of Arley Hall[12]
  • 19 November 1562: Richard Brooke of Norton Priory[3]
  • 8 November 1563: William Massye of Podyington
  • 9 November 1564: Sir John Savage of Rocksavage
  • 16 November 1565: Sir Hugh Cholmondeley of Cholmondeley
  • 18 November 1566: Sir Lawrence Smythe of Hatherton
  • 18 November 1567: Ralph Done of Flaxyards
  • 18 November 1568: George Calveley of Lea
  • 12 November 1569:Sir John Savage of Rocksavage
  • 13 November 1570: William Bothe, of Dunham
  • 14 November 1571: Thomas Stanley
  • 13 November 1572: Sir Hugh Cholmondeley
  • 10 November 1573: Sir John Savage, of Rocksavage
  • 15 November 1574: Henry Mainwaring, of Carineham
  • 15 November 1575: Sir Roland Stanley, of Hooton
  • 13 November 1576: John Warren, of Poynton
  • 27 November 1577: Thomas Brooke, of Norton[3]
  • 17 November 1578: Sir John Savage, of Rocksavage
  • 23 November 1579: Sir Ralph Egerton, of Wrinehill
  • 21 November 1580: Sir George Calveley, of Lea
  • 27 November 1581: William Brereton, of Brereton
  • 5 December 1582: Sir Peter Warburton, of Arley Hall[12]
  • 25 November 1583: William Leversage, of Wheelock[2]
  • 19 November 1584: Thomas Wilbraham, of Woodhey
  • 22 November 1585: Hugh Calveley, of Lea
  • 14 November 1586: Randle Davenport, of Henbury
  • 4 December 1587: Thomas Legh, of Adlington
  • 25 November 1588: Sir Hugh Cholmondeley, of Cholmondeley
  • 24 November 1589: William Brereton, of Handford
  • 24 November 1590: Sir John Savage, of Rocksavage
  • 25 November 1591: Thomas Brooke, of Norton[3]
  • 16 November 1592: Thomas Venables, of Kinderton
  • 26 November 1593: Peter Warburton, of Arley Hall
  • 21 November 1594: Peter Legh, of Lyme Park
  • 29 November 1595: John Done, of Utkinton
  • 22 November 1596: George Boothe, of Dunham Massey
  • 15 November 1597: Edward Warren, of Poynton
  • 28 November 1598: Thomas Holcroft, of Vale Royal
  • 2 December 1599: Thomas Smythe, of Hatherton

1600–1699[edit]

1700–1799[edit]

  • 28 November 1700: Lawrence Wright, of Mobberley
  • 1 January 1702: John Davenport, of Woodford
  • 3 December 1702: Sir John Chetwode, 1st Baronet, of Whitley
  • 2 December 1703: John Baskerville, of Old Withington
  • 21 December 1704: John Legh, of Adlington
  • 3 December 1705: Sir Francis Leicester, 3rd Baronet, of Tabley
  • 14 November 1706: Edmund Swettenham, of Somerford
  • 20 November 1707: Sir Samuel Daniel, of Tabley
  • 29 November 1708: William Domville, of Lymm
  • 1 December 1709: Clutton Wright, of Nantwich
  • 24 November 1710: John Ampson, of Lees
  • 13 December 1711: Joseph Linch
  • 10 January 1712: John Leche, of Carden
  • 11 December 1712: Sir Thomas Cotton, 2nd Baronet, of Combermere[3]
  • 30 November 1713: Randle Wilbraham, of Nantwich[27]
  • 16 November 1714: Richard Walthall, of Wistaton
  • 22 November 1715: Francis Jodrell, of Twemlow
  • 19 November 1716: Richard Alport, of Malpas, Cheshire
  • 5 December 1716: James Bayley, of Wistaton
  • c. November 1717: John Bromhall, of Hough
  • c. November 1718: Samuel Barrow, of Shepenhall
  • c. November 1719: Sir Thomas Brooke, 3rd Baronet, of Norton[3]
  • c. November 1720: Edmund Swetenham, of Somerford
  • c. November 1721: George Davenport, of Calveley
  • 18 January 1723: Sir Thomas Aston, 3rd Baronet, of Aston
  • c. November 1723: Edward Downes, of Shrigley
  • c. November 1724: John Parker, of Fallows
  • c. November 1725: Richard Rutter, of Moore
  • c. November 1726: Charles Hurleston, of Newton
  • 16 December 1727: Peter Brooke, of Mere
  • 18 December 1728: Robert Davis, of Manley[28]
  • 16 January 1729: John Spencer, of Huntington
  • 1 February 1729: Robert Davis, of Manley, Cheshire
  • 18 December 1729: John Daniel, of Daresbury
  • 14 December 1730: Edward Warren, of Poynton[29]
  • 9 December 1731: William Brock of Upton[30]
  • 14 December 1732: Jeffrey Shakerley
  • 11 January 1733: Leigh Page, of Hawthorne
  • 20 December 1733: Henry Bennett, of Chester[31]
  • 4 February 1735: Trafford Barnston, of Churton[32]
  • 18 December 1735: William Dodd, of Edge
  • 19 January 1737: Thomas Booth, of Twemlow[2]
  • 12 January 1738: William Tatton, of Withenshaw[33]
  • 21 December 1738: Robert Hide, of Cattenhall
  • 27 December 1739: John Spencer, of Huntington[34]
  • 7 February 1740: Sir John Byrne, 3rd Baronet, of Stanthorne[3]
  • 24 December 1740: William Cheshire, of Halton[35]
  • 31 December 1741: Peter Legh, of Calverly[36]
  • 16 December 1742: Philip Egerton, of Oulton[37]
  • 5 January 1744: Sir Peter Warburton, 4th Baronet, of Arley[38]
  • 7 February 1745: Thomas Starkey, of Wrenbury
  • 7 March 1745: Thomas Hall, of Armitage Hall[2]
  • 16 January 1746: Ralph Leycester, of Toft Hall[39]
  • 15 January 1747: Charles Legh, of Adlington
  • 14 January 1748: Samuel Jervis, of Chester
  • 10 February 1748: Edward Green, of Poulton
  • 11 January 1749: George Leigh of Oughtrington[3]
  • 17 January 1750: James Croxton, of Guilden Sutton
  • 6 December 1750: Sir William Dukinfield-Daniel, 3rd Baronet, of Dukinfield Hall[17]
  • 14 January 1752: Sir Richard Brooke, 4th Baronet, of Norton[3]
  • 7 February 1753: John Leche, of Carden[40]
  • 31 January 1754: Robert Lawton, of Lawton[41]
  • 29 January 1755: Thomas Slaughter, of Newton[42]
  • 27 January 1756: Thomas Prescot, of Overton[43]
  • 4 February 1757: William Robinson, of Whatcroft[44]
  • 27 January 1758: John Egerton, of Broxton[45]
  • 2 February 1759: Samuel Harrison, of Cranage[2]
  • 1 February 1760: Sir Peter Leicester, 4th Baronet, of Tabley
  • 28 January 1761: John Houghton, of Baghill
  • 16 February 1761: John Arderne, of Arderne
  • 15 February 1762: Hon. Richard Barry, of Marbury
  • 4 February 1763: John Alsager, of Alsager
  • 10 February 1764: John Crewe of Crewe[3]
  • 1 February 1765: Hon. John Smith Barry, of Belmont
  • 17 February 1766: Peter Brooke, of Mere Old Hall
  • 13 February 1767: Sir Lister Holte, 5th Baronet, of Brereton[46]
  • 15 January 1768: Henry Hervey Aston, of Aston
  • 27 January 1769: Philip Egerton, of Oulton
  • 9 February 1770: Sir Robert Cunliffe, 2nd Baronet, of Saighton
  • 6 February 1771: John Crewe, of Bolsworth
  • 17 February 1772: Sir Henry Mainwaring, 4th Baronet, of Over-Peover
  • 8 February 1773: George Wilbraham, of Townshend
  • 7 February 1774: William Leche, of Carden
  • 6 February 1775: Thomas Patten, of Buerton
  • 5 February 1776: John Astley, of Duckenfield
  • 31 January 1777: Peter Kyffin Heron, of Moore
  • 28 January 1778: William Tatton, jnr., of Withenshaw
  • 1 February 1779: John Bower-Jodrell, of Yeardsley
  • 2 February 1780: Samuel Barrow, of Sheppenhall
  • 5 February 1781: William Davenport, of Bramall
  • 1 February 1782: Sir Peter Warburton, 5th Baronet, of Warburton
  • 10 February 1783: Davis Davenport, of Capesthorne
  • 9 February 1784: Thomas Willis, of Swettenham
  • 7 February 1785: Hon. Wilbraham Tollemache, of Woodhey
  • 13 February 1786: Henry Cornwall Legh, of High Legh [47]
  • 12 February 1787: Sir Richard Brooke, 5th Baronet, of Norton[3]
  • 8 February 1788: John Glegg, of Withington
  • 29 April 1789: Sir John Chetwode, 4th Baronet, of Agden[48]
  • 29 January 1790: John Arden, of Arden
  • 4 February 1791: Charles Watkin John Shakerley, of Somerford Park, Cheshire [49]
  • 3 February 1792: Thomas Cholmondeley of Vale Royal[3]
  • 6 February 1793: John Egerton, of Oulton
  • 3 February 1794: Domville Poole, of Lymme
  • 11 February 1795: James Hugh Smith Barry, of Marbury
  • 5 February 1796: Hon. Booth Grey, of Wincham
  • 1 February 1797: John Leche, of Stretton
  • 1 March 1797: Thomas Langford Brooke, of Mere Old Hall
  • 7 February 1798: Robert Hibbert, of Birtles
  • 1 February 1799: Joseph Green, of Poulton Lancelyn

1800–1899[edit]

1900–1973[edit]

List of High Sheriffs of Cheshire[edit]

1974–1999[edit]

1974: Lieutenant-Colonel John Aylmer Christie-Miller CBE TD[217]

2000–present[edit]

External link[edit]

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