High Sheriff of Hampshire

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This is a list of High Sheriffs of Hampshire, the title was often given as High Sheriff of the County of Southampton until 1959.

List of High Sheriffs[edit]

  • 1070–1096: Hugh de Port [1]
  • 1105: Henry de Port (son of Hugh)
  • 1129: William de Pont de l'Arche
  • 1130: William de Pont de l'Arche
  • 1150: Thurstan de Popham
  • 1155–1159: Turstin (Turcinus)
  • 1161–1169: Richard, son of Turstin
  • 1170–1173: Hugo de Gundevill
  • 1174–1179: Herudus de Stratoon and Hugo de Gundevill
  • 1180–1188: Geoffrey, son of Azon.
  • 1189: Ogerus, son of Ogerus
  • 1189: Godfrey de Luci
  • 1190: John de Rebez
  • 1191: Willam Briwerre
  • 1192: Ogerus, son of Ogerus
  • 1193–1200: Hugo de Bosco

13th century[edit]

  • 1201: Willam Briwerre and Radulph de Bray
  • 1202–1203: Geoffrey, son of Peter and William Stokes
  • 1204–1207: Roger, son of Ade.
  • 1208–1209: Walter Briewer and Alan de Bockland
  • 1210: Willam Briwerre
  • 1211–1213: Hugh de Neville and Geoffrey Salvaozins
  • 1214: William de St John
  • 1215: Willam Briwerre and William de St John
  • 1216: Sir John Marshal
  • 1217–1223: Peter des Roches and William de Schorewell
  • 1224–1225: Richard Poore and Bartholemew de Kernes
  • 1226–1227: Richard Poore and Gilbert de Staplebrigg
  • 1228: Nicholas de Moels and Walter de Ramsey
  • 1229–1231: Nicholas de Moels and Henry of Bath
  • 1232–1233: Peter des Roches and Roger de Wascelin
  • 1234: Henry fitz Nicholas (brother of Ralph fitz Nicholas)
  • 1235: Henry fitz Nicholas and Robert de Mara
  • 1236–1238: Geoffrey de Lisle
  • 1239–1241: Emueus de Lacy
  • 1242–1247: Robert Passelewe
  • 1248: Robert Passell
  • 1249–1254: Henry Facull
  • 1255: Henry de Farneleg
  • 1256: James le Savage
  • 1257–1258: John le Ja. Savage
  • 1259: William de Wintershull
  • 1260–1261: Reginald, son of Peter and John le Flemer
  • 1262: Reginald, son of Peter and Hereward de Marisco
  • 1263–1264: John le Botele
  • 1265: Gerard de Grue
  • 1266–1268: John le Botele
  • 1269–1272: William de Wintershull
  • 1273: Henry de Shotbroke
  • 1274–1277: Job. de Havering
  • 1278–1279: William de Braybofe
  • 1280–1282: Philip de Foynil
  • 1280: Jordan de Kingston
  • 1283–1284: Simon de Winton
  • 1285–1288: William de Bremschete
  • 1289–1290: Ingeramus de Waleys
  • 1291–1292: Richard Aston
  • 1293–1296: Hugo de Chickenull
  • 1297–1300: Thomas de Warblington (died 1317)[2]

14th century[edit]

  • 1301: John de Gerbg.
  • 1302–1304: Thomas de Warblington [2]
  • 1305–1306: Phil de Foynil
  • 1307–1311: Thomas de Warblington [2]
  • 1312–1313: James de Norton and John de la Bech
  • 1314–1316: John de la Bech
  • 1317: Richard Byflett
  • 1318: Robert de Norton
  • 1319: James de Norton
  • 1320: John de Tichburne
  • 1323–1337: John de Scures
  • 1338: Robert Daundelin
  • 1339: Robert de Popeham and Robert Daundelin
  • 1340: John de Palton and Thomas de Chisenhall
  • 1341: John de Palton
  • 1342–1346: Thomas de Apsall
  • 1347–1349: Henry Sturmey
  • 1350–1353: John de Westminster
  • 1354: William de Overton
  • 1355: John de Palton
  • 1356–1359: Walter de Haywood
  • 1360–1364: Thomas de Hampton
  • 1365: Nicholas Woodlocke
  • 1366–1367: Radulph Thurnbarne
  • 1368:Peter Brugg
  • 1369–1370: John Botiler
  • 1371:Thomas Warner
  • 1372: Philip de Popham
  • 1373: Laurence de Sto Martino
  • 1374: Richard Pauncefort
  • 1375: Theob. de Gorges
  • 1376: Thomas Boklands
  • 1377: Radulph de Norton
  • 1378: John Bettesthorne of Bisterne
  • 1379: Walter Ramsey
  • 1380: William Kingborne
  • 1381: Hugh Crane
  • 1382: Sir John Sandys of East Cholderton, Sherborne 'Coudray'
  • 1383: John Shownes
  • 1384: John de la Zouch
  • 1385: John Showne
  • 1386: Robert Cholmleigh of Marsh Court in King's Somborne
  • 1387: John de Uvedale of Wickham, Hants and Titsey Place, Surrey
  • 1388: Henry Popham of Popham
  • 1389: Sir Nicholas Dabrichecourt of Stratfield Saye House
  • 1390: Philip Baynard
  • 1391: Robert Cholmleigh of Marsh Court in King's Somborne
  • 1392: Robert Dingley of Wolverton and Fittleton, Wilts
  • 1393: Robert Attemore of Pamber
  • 1394: Sir John Sandys of East Cholderton, Sherborne 'Coudray' (died 1395) and Thomas Warner
  • 1396: John Waytes
  • 1397–1398: William Audley
  • 1399: John de Uvedale of Wickham, Hants and Titsey Place, Surrey

15th century[edit]

  • 1400: John Waterton and John Chamfloure
  • 1401: Sir John Berkeley of Beverston Castle
  • 1402–1403: Edward Cowdrey of Herriard
  • 1404: John Tichbourne
  • 1405: Sir John Berkeley of Beverston Castle
  • 1406: William Marshall
  • 1407: Thomas Uvedale
  • 1408: William Bramshott of Bramshott
  • 1409: Sir Walter Sandys of Sherborne 'Coudray'
  • 1410: William Warblington
  • 1413: Thomas Chaucer of Ewelme, Oxfordshire
  • 1414: John Uvedale of Wickham
  • 1415: William Brocas
  • 1416: Sir Thomas Wykeham of Broughton Castle, Oxfordshire
  • 1417: Edward Cowdrey of Herriard
  • 1418: William Bremsbeth
  • 1419: John Uvedale of Wickham, Hants and Titsey Place, Surrey
  • 1420–1421: William Kingborne
  • 1422: John Uvedale of Wickham, Hants and Titsey Place, Surrey
  • 1423: Sir Walter Sandys of Sherborne 'Coudray'
  • 1424: Sir John Boys of Farley Chamberlayne
  • 1425: Sir Maurice Bruyn of South Ockendon, Essex
  • 1426: John Uvedale of Wickham, Hants and Titsey Place, Surrey
  • 1427: Sir Stephen Popham of Popham
  • 1428: William Brocas
  • 1429: Thomas Thame
  • 1430: John Seymour[3]
  • 1431: Walter Veere
  • 1432: John Giffard
  • 1433: John Uvedale of Wickham, Hants and Titsey Place, Surrey
  • 1434: Robert Dingley of Wolverton
  • 1435: William Brocas
  • 1436: John Seymour
  • 1437: William Fauconer
  • 1438: Thomas Uvedale
  • 1439: John Lisle
  • 1440: Sir Stephen Popham of Popham
  • 1441: John Rogers
  • 1442: Thomas Thame
  • 1443: Henry Trencard of Dorset
  • 1444: Thomas Montgomery
  • 1445: Thomas Molegues
  • 1446: Henry Brum
  • 1447: Thomas Uvedale
  • 1448: Robert Fenns
  • 1449: Richard Dalingrug
  • 1450: Thomas Warbleton
  • 1451: Thomas Uvedale
  • 1452: Thomas Thame
  • 1453: John Seymour
  • 1454: John Wallop
  • 1455: Maurice Berkeley
  • 1456: Ber. Brookes
  • 1457: John Paulett
  • 1458: Henry Brum
  • 1459: John Philpot
  • 1461: John Wallop
  • 1462–63: John Paulett
  • 1464: Sir Thomas Uvedale of Wickham Hants and Titsey Place, Surrey
  • 1465: Edward Berkeley
  • 1466: Geoffrey Gate
  • 1467: Maurice Berkeley
  • 1468: John Rogers
  • 1469: John Whitehead
  • 1470: Richard Darel
  • 1471: Maurice Berkeley
  • 1472: Edward berkeley
  • 1473: John Rogers
  • 1474: Charles Bulkley
  • 1475: Thomas Troys
  • 1476: Edward Berkeley
  • 1477: William Berkeley
  • 1478: Edward Hargill
  • 1479: John Cooke
  • 1480: Sir William Uvedale of Wickham Hants and Titsey Place, Surrey
  • 1481: Edward Berkeley
  • 1482: John Brookes
  • 1483: Robert Pointz
  • 1484: John Rogers
  • 1485: Robert Carr and Edward Berkeley
  • 1486: John Cooke
  • 1487: Sir William Uvedale of Wickham Hants and Titsey Place, Surrey
  • 1488: John Tichborne
  • 1489: John Pound
  • 1490: Thomas Troys
  • 1491: Edward Berkeley
  • 1492: John Paulett, jnr
  • 1493: Sir William Uvedale of Wickham Hants and Titsey Place, Surrey
  • 1494: John Dudley
  • 1495: John Giffard
  • 1496: John Pounds
  • 1497: Thomas Troys
  • 1498: William Sands
  • 1499: Dau. Owen

16th century[edit]

17th Century[edit]

18th Century[edit]

19th Century[edit]

20th Century[edit]

  • 1900: Sir George Augustus Eliott Tapps–Gervis–Meyrick, Bt of Beech House, Bransgore [155]
  • 1901: John Edward Arthur Willis Fleming of Chilworth Manor, Romsey [156]
  • 1902: Herman Le Roy Lewis, of Westbury House, Petersfield [157]
  • 1903: Lionel Phillips of Tylney Hall, near Winchfield [158]
  • 1904: Major Cecil du Pre Penton Powney, of Brambridge House, near Bishopstoke [159]
  • 1905: Captain Frederick John Dalyety, of Lockeiiey Hall, near Romsey [160]
  • 1906: Edward Carter, of East Upton, near Ryde, Isle of Wight [161]
  • 1907: Edward John Harry Eden Morant, R.S.O., of Brockenhurst Park, Brockenhurst [162]
  • 1908: Sir George Alexander Cooper, Bt., of Hursley Park, near Winchester [163]
  • 1909: Henry Nicoll, of Bullington Manor, Barton Stacey, S.O.,[164]
  • 1910: William Ingham Whitaker, of Pylewell Park, Lymington [165]
  • 1911: J&mes Richard George Hennessy, of Compton Manor, Stockbridge [166]
  • 1912: Francis Henry Tristram Jervoise, of Herriard House, Basingstoke [167]
  • 1913: Roger Cyril Hans Sloane-Stanley [168]
  • 1914: Eustace Exall Palmer of Drayton House, Sherfield–on-Loddon, Basingstoke [169]
  • 1915: Laurence Richard Philipps, of Sydmonton Court, near Newbury [170]
  • 1916: Heath Harrison, of Le Court, Greatham, near Liss [171]
  • 1917: Robert Henry Davis Mills of Steventon Manor, Basingstoke [172]
  • 1918: Francis Richard Hugh Seymour Sutton [173]
  • 1919: Alexander Ingham Whitaker of Grayshott Hall, Grayshott, Hindhead, Surrey [174]
  • 1920: Herbert Johnson of Marsh Court, Stockbridge[175]
  • 1921: William Tattersall Whiteley of Weeke Manor, Winchester[176]
  • 1922: Sir Frederick Henry Walter Carden of Stargroves, East Woodhay[177]
  • 1923: Maldwin Drummond of Caland, Fawley[178]
  • 1924: Viginti Tertius Thompson [179]
  • 1925: Sir Morgan George Crofton, Bt.[180]
  • 1926: Sir Joseph Doughty-Tichborne, 13th Bt.[181]
  • 1927: Lieut.-Col. Sir Gilbert Redvers Heathcote, 8th Bt., of Bighton Wood, Alresford [182]
  • 1928: Sir John Courtown Edward Shelley-Rolls [183]
  • 1929: Lieut.-Col. George Philippi of Crawley Court, near Winchester[184]
  • 1930: Lieut.-Col. Miles Rafe Ferguson Courage of Sutton Manor, Sutton Scotney, Hants[185]
  • 1931: Percy Alfred Leyland Laming of Alresford Place, Old Airesford,[186]
  • 1932: Joseph John Crosfield
  • 1933: Henry Arden Franklyn
  • 1934: Geoffrey Edward Miller Mundy
  • 1935: Sir Dymoke White
  • 1936: Jervoise Bolitho Scott
  • 1937: George James Robertson Cooper
  • 1938: Sir Nelson Edward Rycroft
  • 1939: Reginald Nicholson
  • 1940: Herbert Aris
  • 1941: Roland Dudley
  • 1942: Edward Gibson Fleming
  • 1943: Sir Strati Ralli
  • 1944: Ralph Stawell Dutton
  • 1945: Sir Rowland Arthur Charles Sperling of Knowl Hill, Kingsclere [187]
  • 1946: Frank Stanley Faber of The King's House, Lyndhurst[188]
  • 1947: Ernest Arthur Hunter Fell of Bighton House, Alresford[189]
  • 1948: Thomas Edgar Cyril Hussey of Lithend, Bishop's Waltham [190]
  • 1949: Alan Lubbock of Adhurst St Mary, Petersfield [191]
  • 1950: William Ingham Whitaker of Pylewell Park, Lymington [192]
  • 1951: Major Arthur Francis Clarke-Jervoise[193]
  • 1952: Sir Reginald Dorman-Smith of Stodham Park, Liss [194]
  • 1953: Sir William Makins of Langton House, Alresford [195]
  • 1954: John Morant of Brokenhurst Park, Brockenhurst [196]
  • 1955: Hon. John Bernard Bruce of Itchen Lodge, Itchen Abbas [197]
  • 1956: Augustus Frederick Coryton of the Manor House, Greatham, Liss [198]
  • 1957: Richard Henry Courage of Queen's House, Monk Sherborne [199]
  • 1958: John Micklethwait Mills of Bisterne Manor, Ringwood [200]
  • 1959: Sir Hugh Houston Smiley if Ivalls, Bentworth, Alston [201]
  • 1960: Richard Augustus Bagot Phillimore of Shedfield Grange, Shedfield [202]
  • 1961: Kenneth Edward Savill of Chilton Manor, Chilton Candover [203]
  • 1962: Leith Ingham Tomkins Whitaker, of Land of Nod, Headley Down
  • 1963: Sir Francis Spencer Portal
  • 1964: Roger Leigh-Wood
  • 1965: Bertram William Jepson Turner
  • 1966: Ronald Basil Bowen Bancroft Cooke
  • 1967: Sir Patrick William Donner of Hurstbourne Park, Whitchurch [204]
  • 1968: Leonard George Carpenter-Garnier
  • 1969: David Willis
  • 1970: Lady Barbara Pelly
  • 1971: Frank Worsfold McClenaghan
  • 1972: Colin James Balfour
  • 1973: Sir Peter Dawnay
  • 1974: Nigel Donald Peter Chamberlayne MacDonald [205]
  • 1975: Major Charles Henry Liddell of Fullerton Grange, Andover.[206]
  • 1976: Captain Michael Patrick Radcliffe Boyle, of Ashe Park, near Basingstoke.[207]
  • 1977: Admiral Sir Desmond Parry Dreyer of Brook Cottage, Cheriton, Alresford.[208]
  • 1978: Edward Jeremy Westrow Hulse of Breamore House, near Fordingbridge.[209]
  • 1979: Major Thomas Edward St. Aubyn, of Tangier House, Wootton St. Lawrence, Basingstoke.[210]
  • 1980: Maldwin Andrew Cecil Drummond, of Cadland[211]
  • 1981: Lieut-Colonel Sir James Walter Scott, Bt, of Rotherfield Park, Alton.[212]
  • 1982: Peter Alexander Bence-Trower, of West Meon House, Petersfield [213]
  • 1983: Major General Hew Dacres George Butler of Bury Lodge, Hambledon, near Portsmouth.[214]
  • 1984: Major Hugh Lancelot St. Vincent Rose, of Buriton House, Buriton, near Petersfield [215]
  • 1985: John Alfred Leavett-Shenley, of The Holt, Upham, Hampshire[216]
  • 1986: Captain Fergus Erskine Hughes-Onslow, of Lower Norsebury, Stoke Charity, Winchester.[217]
  • 1987: Mrs Marion Margaret Wake, of Failfield House, Hambledon, Portsmouth.[218]
  • 1988: Captain Andrew William Murdoch, of Parsonage Farm, Hurstbourne Tarrant, Andover.[219]
  • 1989: Captain John Loveys Jervoise, of Herriard House, Basingstoke.[220]
  • 1990: Major Charles Rowland Marriott, of Chilton Down, Alresford[221]
  • 1991: Roderick Robin Mackenzie of Kingfisher House, Ampfield, Romsey [222]
  • 1992: Anthony Seymour Berkeley Portman of Rushmore Farm, Upton, Andover [223]
  • 1993: Christopher Nevil Wilson [224]
  • 1994: Charles Anthony Palmer-Tomkinson of Dummer Grange, Dummer, near Basingstoke.[225]
  • 1995: Commander Miles James Rivett-Carnac[226]
  • 1996: Mark Hugh Joseph Radcliffe of The Malthouse, Upton, Andover.[227]
  • 1997: Mrs. Lindsay Garrett Fox, Cheriton House, Nr.Alresford.[228]
  • 1998: John Julian Lionel George Sheffield[229]
  • 1999: Valentine Anthony Lewis Powell, Pudding Farm, Headbourne Worthy, Winchester [230]

21st Century[edit]

  • 2000: Mrs Jeremy Groves
  • 2001: Anthony R.C.B Cooke
  • 2002: Colin Keith Murray, The Long House, Hurstbourne Priors, Whitchurch.[231]
  • 2003: Frances Hoare
  • 2004: Sir James Scott[232]
  • 2005: Peter Andreae
  • 2006: Lilias Jane Benson[233]
  • 2007: Sarah Veronica Thorne[234]
  • 2008: Michael David Colin Craven Campbell[235]
  • 2009: Clare Virginia Bartlett[236]
  • 2010: Alan Charles Lovell
  • 2011: Nigel McNair Scott [237]
  • 2012: Hallam Mills [237]
  • 2013: Rupert Younger [237]
  • 2014: Jamie M J Balfour of Wintershill Hall, Durley, Southampton[238]

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