High Sheriff of Cumberland

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The High Sheriff is the oldest secular office under the Crown. Formerly the High 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. The High Sheriff changes every April.

The post of High Sheriff of Cumberland existed from the creation of the county in the twelfth century up until 1974 when the administrative and ceremonial or geographic county of Cumberland became part of Cumbria.

List of High Sheriffs[edit]

High Sheriffs of Cumberland have included:


1100–1199[edit]

  • 1158–1171 Robert fitz Truite
  • 1172 Robert fitz Truite and Adam his son
  • 1173 Adam son of Robert Truite
  • 1174 Robert de Vans
  • 1175
  • 1176 Robert Truitt and Adam his son
  • 1177–1178 Robert de Vallibus (Vaux)
  • 1179 Robert de Vallibus and Roger de Legiere
  • 1180–1183 Robert de Vallibus
  • 1184–1185 Hugh de Norwich
  • 1186 Hugh de Norwich and Nicholas his brother
  • 1189–1197 William of Aldelin
  • 1199–1200 William de Stutevill and John Laleman

1200–1299[edit]

  • 1201–1203 William de Stutevill and Phus Escrar
  • 1204–1205 Roger de Lacy
  • 1206–1209 Roger de Lacy and Walter Marescallus
  • 1210–1213 Hugh de Neville
  • 1214 Robert de Ros and Alan Candebec
  • 1216–1222 Walter Mauclerk
  • 1223–1229 Walter Mauclerk and Robert de Vieuxpont
  • 1230–1231 Walter Mauclerk and Thomas son of John
  • 1232–1235 Thomas de Multon, Lord
  • 1236–1247 William de Dacre
  • 1248–1255 Job. Daylock
  • 1256–1260 Wiiliam, Earl Albamarl and Remigius de Todington
  • 1261–1265 Eustace de Balliol
  • 1266–1269 Eustace de Balliol and Mathew of York
  • 1270 Sir Radulph de Dacre of Dacre
  • 1272–1273 Robert de Chauncy and Mathew Cordil and Roger de Pocklington
  • 1274–1276 Robert de Hampton
  • 1277 John de Windeburne and Michael de Newbiggin
  • 1278–1280 Ad. Newbiggin and Gilbert Cureweune
  • 1281–1284 Robert de Brus
  • 1285–1296 Sir Michael Harclay
  • 1297–1301 William de Mulcaster
  • 1265: Roger de Leybourne
  • 1268–78: Sir Ranulph de Dacre of Dacre, Cumberland
  • Robert Courtenay

1300–1399[edit]

1400–1499[edit]

1500–1599[edit]

1600–1699[edit]

1700–1799[edit]

  • 1700: Thomas Lamplugh of Lamplugh Hall
  • 1710: John Senhouse of Seascale Hall [17]
  • 1713: Thomas Pattinson [18]
  • 1715: Humphrey Senhouse I of Netherhall or Ellenborough
  • 1716: John Nicholson [19]
  • 1718: Thomas Fletcher of Hutton [20]
  • 1719:
  • 1722: Peter Brougham [21]
  • 1723: Joseph Dacre Appleby [22]
  • 1725: Thomas Lutwich of Whitehaven [23]
  • 1726: John Ballantine [24]
  • 1727: Gustavus Thompson [25]
  • 1729: Eldred Curwen of Workington [2]
  • 1730: Sir Richard Mulgrave [26]
  • 1731: Augustine Erle [27]
  • 1732: Henry Aglionby of Nunnery [2]
  • 1733: John Benn of Hensingham House, near Whitehaven [28]
  • 1736: William Hicks of Whitehaven [29]
  • 1737: John Gaskarth of Hilltop [30]
  • 1739: Richard Cooke of Cammarton [31]
  • 1740: Montagu Farrar [32]
  • 1741: Henry Fletcher of Hutton [33]
  • 1742: Humphrey Senhouse II of Netherhall [34]
  • 1743: Gerom Tully of Carlisle [35]
  • 1744: Joshua Lucock of Cockermouth [36]
  • 1745: Christopher Pattenham of Penrith [37]
  • 1746: Thomas Whitefield of Clargill [38]
  • 1748: Walter Lutwidge of Whitehaven [39]
  • 1748: Henry Richmond Brougham of Highhead Castle [40]
  • 1752: Sir George Dalston, 4th Baronet of Dalston Hall [2]
  • 1753: Henry Curwen of Workington [41]
  • 1754: Sir William Fleming, Bt of Skirwith[42]
  • 1755: Timothy Fetherstonhaugh of Kirkoswald [43]
  • 1756: Sir Wilfrid Lawson, 8th Baronet of Brayton [44]
  • 1757: Edward Stevenson of Keswick [45]
  • 1758: John Senhouse of Calder Abbey [46]
  • 1759: John Spedding of Whitehaven [47]
  • 1760:
  • 1761: John Langton
  • 1763: Henry Aglionby of Nunnery
  • 1764:
  • 1766: Eldred Curwen of Workington
  • 1766: John Christian of Milntown and Ewanrigg Hall[48]
  • 1767: Thomas Lutwidge, of Whitehaven[49]
  • 1768:
  • 1773: Thomas Patten [48]
  • 1774: George Edward Stanley of Dalegarth [50]
  • 1775: Anthony Benn of Hensingham House [51]
  • 1776: Roger Williamson of Snettlegarth (Snittlegarth)[52]
  • 1777: Robert Waiters [53]
  • 1778: John Brisco, later Sir John Brisco, 1st Baronet of Crofton Place, Wigton [54]
  • 1779:
  • 1781: Thomas Story [55]
  • 1782: William Dacre [55]
  • 1784: John Christian Curwen of Ewanrigg and Workington Hall [55]
  • 1785: Edward Knubley of Wigton [56]
  • 1786(Feb–Jun): Sir James Graham, 1st Baronet of Netherby, Carlisle [54][57]
  • 1786: William Wilson [55]
  • 1787: Thomas Whelpdale of Skirsgill Hall[58]
  • 1788: Sir Frederick Fletcher-Vane, 2nd Baronet of Hutton-in-the-Forest [54]
  • 1789: Thomas Denton [55]
  • 1790: William Browne [55]
  • 1791: Edward Lamplugh Irton of Irton [59]
  • 1792: Edward Hasell of Dalemain [60]
  • 1793:
  • 1795: Sir James Graham, 1st Baronet of Netherby, Carlisle [54]
  • 1796:
  • 1799: John Hamilton [61]

1800–1899[edit]

1900–1973[edit]

  • 1900: Charles Lacy Thompson, of Farlam Hall, Brampton [163]
  • 1901: Hamlet Riley, of Ennim, Penrith [164]
  • 1902: Captain William Pery Standish, of Marwell Hall, Winchester, and Breconhill Tower, Longtown, Carlisle [165]
  • 1903: Thomas Dixon, of Rheda, near Whitehaven [166]
  • 1904: Richard Heywood-Thompson, of Nunwick Hall, near Penrith [167]
  • 1905: Charles Hylton-Joliffe, of Goldicote, Stratford-on-Avon, Warwicks [168]
  • 1906: Samuel Lindow Burns Lindow, of Ingwell, Moor Row [169]
  • 1907: Frederick Ponsonby Johnson,of Castlesteads, near Brampton [170]
  • 1908: Robert Andrew Allison, of Scaleby Hall, Carlisle [171]
  • 1909: Edmund Wright Stead, of Dalston Hall, Carlisle [172]
  • 1910: Thomas Harrison Rymer, of Calder Abbey, Calderbridge [173]
  • 1911: Robert Hodgson Horrocks, of Salkeld Hall, Langwathby, S.O.[174]
  • 1912: Major Charles James Grant Mounsey Grant, of The Hill, Carlisle [175]
  • 1913: Guy Joseph Pocklington Senhouse, of Netherhall, Maryport [176]
  • 1914: Edward Thomas Tyson, of Woodhall, Cockermouth [177]
  • 1915: Frederick William Chance, of Morton, Carlisle [178]
  • 1916: Charles Henry Shaw, of Eden Hall, Langwathby [179]
  • 1917: Charles Liddell, of Warwick Hall, Carlisle [180]
  • 1918: Sir Joseph Turner Hutchinson, Kt., of Lorton Hall, Cockermouth [181]
  • 1919: Richard Harrison Hodgson,of Western Lodge, Workington [182]
  • 1920: George Dickinson, of Eed How, Lamplugh, Cockermouth [183]
  • 1921: Sir Aubrey Brocklebank, Bt. of Boltom Hall, Gosforth [184]
  • 1922: Col. Ernest Frederick Lowthorpe - Lutwidge, of Holm Rook [185]
  • 1923:
  • 1930:
  • 1931: Lieut.-Col. Charles Ashton James, of Barrock Park, Carlisle [186]
  • 1932: John Basil Wrigley, of Steelfield Hall, Gosforth [187]
  • 1933: James Westoll, of Glingerbank, Longtown [188]
  • 1934: Frederick Selby Chance, of Home Acres, Carlisle [189]
  • 1935: Col. Isaac William Burns-Lindow, D.S.O., of Ingwell, near Whitehaven [190]
  • 1936: John Frederick Harris, of Bowscar, Penrith [191]
  • 1937: Gerald Gordon Ley, of Lazonby Hall, Penrith [192]
  • 1938: Robert Christopher Chance, of Morton, Carlisle [193]
  • 1939: Walter James Hodgson Horrocks, of Salkeld Hall, Langwathby, Penrith [194]
  • 1940: Lieut.-Col. Cecil Henry Fairer Thompson, D.S.O.,O.B.E., T.D., of Nunwick Hall, Great Salkeld, Penrith[195]
  • 1941: Frank Arnold Carr, of Mill Ellers, Dalston, Carlisle[196]
  • 1942: John Barrington Pearson, of Cardew Lodge, Dalston, Carlisle [197]
  • 1943:
  • 1952: Major Sir Hilton Lawson, 4th Baronet, of Isel Hall, Cockermouth.[198]
  • 1953:
  • 1964: James Westoll, of Dykeside, Longtown, Carlisle[199]
  • 1965: Andrew Frederick Seton Chance of Garth House, Brampton [200]
  • 1966: Major-General Sir George Frederick Johnson of Castlesteads, Brampton.[201]
  • 1967: Richard Gerald Grice of Cross House, Bootle [202]
  • 1968: Humphrey Patricius Senhouse, of The Fitz, Cockermouth [203]
  • 1969: John Lawie Burgess, O.B.E.,T.D., of The Old Hall, Rockcliffe, Carlisle [204]
  • 1970: John Pattinson, of Calthwaite Hall, Calthwaite, Penrith [205]
  • 1971: William Steuart Trimble, of Green Lane, Dalston, Carlisle.[206]
  • 1972: Major Frank Gordon Wilson, of Bankfield, Kirksariton, Millom [207]
  • 1973: Nicholas Austhwaite Stanley, D.S.O.,O.B.E., of Dalegarth Hall, Eskdale.[208]

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