High Sheriff of Leicestershire

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This is a list of Sheriffs and High Sheriffs of Leicestershire, United Kingdom. The 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. 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.

For a period prior to 1566 the Sheriff of Warwickshire was also the Sheriff of Leicestershire. After some years as part of Leicestershire, Rutland was split away in 1996 as a Unitary Authority with its own shrievalty. Thus there is a separate High Sheriff of Rutland (an office that existed prior to 1974 as the Sheriff of Rutland).

Sheriffs of Leicestershire[edit]

11th century – 16th century[edit]

17th century[edit]

18th century[edit]

  • 1700: Thomas Skeffington[4]
  • 1701: George Hewitt[4]
  • 1702: Thomas Charnell[4]
  • 1703: James Armestone[4]
  • 1704: Sir Edward Wigley, Kt[4]
  • 1705: Sir Gilbert Pickering, 3rd Baronet of West Langton[4]
  • 1706: Charles Morris[4]
  • 1707: Clifton Packe[4]
  • 1708: Thomas Boothby[4]
  • 1709: William Hartopp[4]
  • 1710: George Burton[4]
  • 1711: Thomas Pochin of Barkby[23]
  • 1712: Henry Tate[4]
  • 1713: Thomas Gresley[4]
  • 1714: Francis Mundy[24]
  • 1715: Sir John Mears, Kt[4]
  • 1716: Sir Robert Heselrige, 8th Baronet[4]
  • 1717: Sir Clobery Noel, 5th Baronet of Kirkby Mallory[4]
  • 1718: Thomas Smith of Broxtowe, Nottinghamshire
  • 1719: John Bakewell, Snr, of Normanton[25]
  • 1720: William Hewitt[4]
  • 1721(Jun-Dec): Sir Joseph Danvers, 1st Baronet of Swithland[26]
  • 1722: Thomas Hartopp[4]
  • 1723: Francis Edwards[4]
  • 1724: Richard Smith, of Enderby,[27]
  • 1725: John Bletsoe of Rothley Temple, Rothley
  • 1726: Edward Dawson[28]
  • 1727: Sir Wolstan Dixie, 4th Baronet[29]
  • 1728: George Moore of Appleby Parva
  • 1729: John Symonds[30]
  • 1730: William Hewitt[4]
  • 1731: Thomas Marriot[31]
  • 1731: Joseph Danvers[4]
  • 1732: William Bainbridge[32]
  • 1733: Warin Ashby[4]
  • 1734: Edmund Craddock[33]
  • 1735: Robert Wilson[4]
  • 1736: Charles Bosville[4]
  • 1737: Timothy St Nicholas[34][35]
  • 1738: John Payne the Younger of Dunton Basset[36]
  • 1739: John Turner[4]
  • 1740: William Newland, of Queenborough[37]
  • 1741: Peter Wyche[38]
  • 1742: John Wright[4]
  • 1743: James Willson[39]
  • 1744: John Ayre[40]
  • 1745: Thomas Marriott[4]
  • 1746: Edmond Morris of Loddington[41]
  • 1747: Jonathan Grundy of Little Wixton[42]
  • 1748: James Winstanley[4]
  • 1749: Philip Bainbrig of Lockinton[43]
  • 1750: Thomas Babington of Rothley Temple, Rothley[4]
  • 1751: Samuel Phillipps[4]
  • 1752: Thomas Boothby[4]
  • 1753: William Herrick, of Beaumanor[44]
  • 1754: John Edwin, of Baggrave Hall[45]
  • 1755: Sir John Danvers, 2nd Baronet of Swithland[46]
  • 1756: William Pochin of Barkby[47]
  • 1757: Joshua Grundy, of New Hall Park[48]
  • 1758: Shuckburgh Ashby, of Blaby[49]
  • 1759: Edward Palmer[4]
  • 1760: Sir William Halford, 6th Baronet[4]
  • 1761: Sir George Beaumont, 6th Baronet of Coleorton Hall[4]
  • 1762: Calverley Bewicke[4]
  • 1763: Edward William Hartopp of Little Dalby Hall[50]
  • 1764: John Weston[4]
  • 1765: Ambrose Saunders[4]
  • 1766: Charles James Packe[4]
  • 1767: Joseph Cradock, of Gumbley[51]
  • 1768: Edward Dawson[4]
  • 1769: Sir Charles Halford, 7th Baronet[4]
  • 1770: Charles Haselrigge[4]
  • 1771: Lebbens Humfrey[4]
  • 1772: John Peach Hungerford[4]
  • 1773: William Shalcross Mason[4]
  • 1774: Clement Winstanley of Braunston[4]
  • 1775: John Simpson[4]
  • 1776: Robert Haymes[4]
  • 1777: Robert Abney of Measham[52]
  • 1778: William Hurst[4]
  • 1779: Charles Morris[4]
  • 1780: Sir Thomas Cave, 6th Baronet of Stanford Hall[4] died and replaced by Thomas Babington of Rothley Temple, Rothley[4]
  • 1781: Edmund Cradock-Hartopp, later Sir Edmund Cradock-Hartopp, 1st Baronet of Freathby[53]
  • 1782: Sir John Palmer, 5th Baronet[54]
  • 1783: Charles Loraine Smith[55]
  • 1784: Sir Charles Grave Hudson, Bt[4]
  • 1785: William Vann of Belgrave[56]
  • 1786: William Herrick of Beaumanor [57]
  • 1787: John Goodacre of Ashby Parva[58]
  • 1788: John Clarke of Great Wigston [59]
  • 1789: Josias Cockshutt, of Osbaldiston[60]
  • 1790: Edward Wigley Hartopp[61]
  • 1791: Colonel John Frewen-Turner of Cold Overton[4]
  • 1792: William Abney of Measham (by proxy) (father of Robert, HS 1777)
  • 1792: Richard Spooner Jaques[4]
  • 1793: John Noon[4]
  • 1794: George Moore of Appleby Parva[4]
  • 1795: Edward Muxloe, died and replaced by Piers Anthony Keck of Slaughton[4]
  • 1796: James Richards[4]
  • 1797: Samuel Bracebridge Abney[4]
  • 1798: René Payne[4]
  • 1799: Henry Greene[4]

19th century[edit]

20th century[edit]

  • 1900: Richard Smith-Carington, of Ashby Folville Manor[156]
  • 1901: Samuel Francis Stone, of Kirby Frith, Leicester[157]
  • 1902: James Burns Hartopp, of Little Dalby Hall[158]
  • 1903: George Murray Smith, of Gumley Hall[159]
  • 1904: George William Pochin, of Barkby Hall[160]
  • 1905: Thomas William Everard, of Nanpantan Hall[161]
  • 1906: Everard March Phillips de Lisle of Grace Dieu Warren, Whitwick[162]
  • 1907: Richard Dalgliesh, of Asfordby Place
  • 1908: Frederick Gretton, of Sudbury Hall
  • 1909: The Rt. Hon. Lord Hazlerigg, of Noseley Hall
  • 1910: Herbert Hanbury Smith-Carington, of Ashby Folville
  • 1911: Sir Edward Hussey Packe, K.B.E., of Prestwold Hall
  • 1912: Oswald Henry Philip Turville-Petre, of Bosworth Hall, Husbands Bosworth
  • 1913: John Breedon Everard, of Knighton
  • 1914: Lupton Topham Topham, of Lutterworth
  • 1915: Henry Trueman Mills, of Langton Hall
  • 1916: Alfred Corah, of Scraptoft Hall
  • 1917: Hugh George Goodacre, of Ullesthorpe Court
  • 1918: Thomas Fielding Johnson, Jun., of Goscote Hall
  • 1920: Sir John Turner, of Donisthorpe, Kt.
  • 1921: John Edward Faire, of Evington Hall
  • 1922: Alfred Ernest Haley, of Leicester Grange, Hinckley
  • 1922: Sir Arthur Wheeler, of Woodhouse Eaves, Baronet
  • 1923: Alfred Turner, of Brocks Hill, Oadby
  • 1924: Sir William Lindsay Everard of Ratcliffe Hall
  • 1925: James Leslie Cross, of Catthorpe Towers
  • 1926: Sir Maurice Levy, of Great Glen House, Bt
  • 1927: William Montagu Curzon-Herrick of Beaumanor Hall
  • 1928: Robert Walter Kaye, of Great Glen Manor
  • 1929: Sir Harold Stansmore Nutting, 2nd Baronet of Quenby Hall, Leicester
  • 1930: Francis Herbert Carrington Smith-Carrington, of Ashby Folville Manor
  • 1931: Ernest Clive Atkins, of Stretton House, Hinckley
  • 1932: Edward Gibson Gillilan, of Great Bowden
  • 1933: Sir John Harold Corah, of Queniborough Hall
  • 1934: Sir Charles Frederick Oliver, of Leicester
  • 1935: William Albert North, of Keythorpe Hall
  • 1936: John Ellis Viccars of Ingarsby Old Hall
  • 1937: Sir Ewart Joseph Maurice Levy, of Great Glen House, Baronet
  • 1938: Claud Bennion, of Billesdon Coplow
  • 1939: Disney Barlow, of Woodhouse Eaves
  • 1940: George Cecil Gorham Gee, of Rothley
  • 1941: Victor Robert Pochin, of Barkby
  • 1942: Harry Percy Gee, of Leicester
  • 1943: Bernard Everard, of Bardon Hill
  • 1944: Horace Wilmer Pochin, of Houghton on the Hill
  • 1945: Samuel Frederick Peshall, of Quorn
  • 1946: George German of Ashby de la Zouch
  • 1946: Leslie Crauford Robertson, of Sludge Hall, Billesdon
  • 1947: Thomas Guy Frederick Paget, of Ibstock
  • 1948: John Cecil Gerard Leigh of Thorpe Satchville Hall, Melton Mowbray.
  • 1949: Charles Hamilton Martin of Kinchley House, Rothley
  • 1950: Arthur Frederick John Roberts-George, of The Manor House, Thurnby
  • 1951: Col. John Derrick Hignett, of Langton Grange, Market Harborough
  • 1952: A.S. Gemmell, of Ingarsby Old Hall, Leicester
  • 1953: Hubert Blount of Old Dalby Hall, Melton Mowbray
  • 1953: R.A.G Tilney of Sutton Bonington, Loughborough
  • 1954: John Adrian Frederick March Phillipps de Lisle of Stockerston Hall[163]
  • 1955: Alexander William Edward Kirkpatrick, of Lowesby Hall, Leicester
  • 1956: George Anthony Murray-Smith, of Gumley, Market Harborough
  • 1957: Philip Henry Lloyd of Stone House, Blaston, Market Harborough
  • 1958: David Constable Maxwell, of Bosworth Hall, Husbands Bosworth, Rugby
  • 1959: Robert William Banner Newton, of Carlton Curlieu Hall, Leicester
  • 1960: Willoughby Rollo Norman, of Pickwell Manor, Melton Mowbray
  • 1961: Denis Joseph Cowen of East Farndon Hall, Market Harborough
  • 1962: Sir Tresham Joseph Philip Lever, of Bosworth Old Hall, Husbands Bosworth, Rugby, Baronet
  • 1963: Stephen Gordon Holland, of Foxton Grange, Market Harborough
  • 1964: Patrick Anthony William Beresford Everard, of Ratcliffe Hall, Ratcliffe on the Wreake, Leicester
  • 1965: Paul Cater Hyde-Thomson, of Catthorpe Manor, Rugby
  • 1966: Hampton Ashburner Hughes of Chestnuts Farm, Hallaton, Market Harborough
  • 1967: The Hon. Geoffrey Lionel Berry, of Thorpe Lubenham Hall, Market Harborough
  • 1968: Richard Peter Michael Spencer, of Rotherby Grange, Melton Mowbray
  • 1969: Edmund Crispian Steven James George Brudenell, of Deene Park, Corby, Northants.
  • 1970: John Michael Hignett, of Clipston Court, Market Harborough
  • 1971: Archibald Somerset Clowes, of Ashlands, Billesdon, Leicester
  • 1972: David Babington Smith, of Somerby Grove House, Old Somerby, Grantham, Lincolnshire
  • 1973: Lord John Manners, of Reservoir Cottage, Knipton, Grantham, Lincolnshire

High Sheriffs of Leicestershire[edit]

20th century[edit]

  • 1974: Everard John Robert March Phillips de Lisle of Stockerston Hall[164]
  • 1975: John Wedgwood Thellusson Wood of Home Farm, Bringhurst, Market Harborough
  • 1976: George Hamilton Boyle, of Bisbrooke Hall, Uppingham
  • 1977: Simon Jasper Packe-Drury-Lowe, of Prestwold Hall, Loughborough
  • 1978: Lyonel Humphry John Tollemache of Buckminster Park, Grantham
  • 1979: Timothy Gerald Martin Brooks of Wistow Hall, Leicester
  • 1980: Ronald Edward Coaker of Seaton Old Rectory, Uppingham
  • 1981: Kenwynn John Madocks Madocks Wright, of Saxelbye Park, Melton Mowbray.[165]
  • 1982: John Hanbury Smith-Carington of The Lodge, Ashby Folville[166]
  • 1983: Simon Everard of Sludge Hall, Cold Newton, Billesdon[167]
  • 1984: Anthony Walter Fenwick, of Eaton Grange, Grantham, Lincolnshire.[168]
  • 1985: The Hon David Gerald Brooks, of Little Riste Farm, Long Whatton, near Loughborough[169]
  • 1986: Edward George Adrian Farnham, of Quorn House, Quorn[170]
  • 1987: Julian Peter Alexander March Phillips de Lisle, of the Old Rectory, Medbourne[171]
  • 1988: Alistair Thomas Charles Haywood of Lyndon, Oakham, Rutland[172]
  • 1989: Gerard Amoury Arnaud March Phillips de Lisle, of Quenby Hall[173]
  • 1990: Richard Douglas Fowler Bream
  • 1991: Robert Turville Constable-Maxwell, of Bosworth Hall, Husbands Bosworth, near Lutterworth.[174]
  • 1992: John Michael Moubray, of Ridlington House, near Oakham, Rutland.[175]
  • 1993: Robin H. Murray-Philipson
  • 1994: John M. S. Whitehead
  • 1995: Joe Cowen
  • 1996: G. Nicholas Corah
  • 1997: David C. Samworth
  • 1998: Ian M. McAlpine
  • 1999: Allison G. Wilson

21st century[edit]

  • 2000: Anthony Wessel
  • 2001: Michael C.C. Sandell
  • 2002: Richard A.S. Everard
  • 2003: Julien Burchall
  • 2004: Freda Hussain MBE
  • 2005: James G. Buxton
  • 2006: Mark R. Newton
  • 2007: Barry W. Jackson
  • 2008: David John Wyrko
  • 2009: Maurice Nicholas Beech Thompson[176]
  • 2010: Robert Cecil John Martin OBE
  • 2011: Resham Singh Sandhu
  • 2012: Richard Brooks
  • 2013: Sally E. A. Bowie
  • 2014: Richard C.G. Clowes

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