High Sheriff of Norfolk

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This is a list of High Sheriffs of Norfolk. The High Sheriff is the oldest secular office under the Crown and is appointed annually (in March) by the Crown. He was originally the principal law enforcement officer in the county and presided at the Assizes and other important county meetings . Most of the responsibilities associated with the post have been transferred elsewhere or are now defunct, so that its functions are now largely ceremonial. There was a single High Sheriff serving the two counties of Norfolk and Suffolk until 1576.

Pre 17th century[edit]

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  • 1069:Robert Bigod

17th century[edit]

  • 1601: Sir Bassingbourne Gawdy, of West Harling
  • 1602: Arthur Heveningham, of Ketteringham.
  • 1603: Arthur Heveningham, of Ketteringham
  • 1604: Edmund D'Oyley, of Shottisham
  • 1605: Sir Henry Spelman of Congham
  • 1606: Sir Ralph Hare of Stow Bardolph
  • 1607: L'Estrange Mordaunt, of Little Massingham.
  • 1608: Sir Henry Gawdy of Claxton
  • 1609: Sir Hamon L'Estrange of Hunstanton
  • 1610: Sir Thomas Berney of Reedham
  • 1611: Sir Clippesby Gawdy of Crowshall
  • 1612: Sir Thomas Corbet of Sprowston
  • 1613: Sir Thomas Hewar, of Emneth
  • 1614: Sir James Calthorpe of Cockthorpe
  • 1615: Sir John Heveningham of Ketteringham
  • 1616: Richard Jenkinson, of Tunstall
  • 1617: Sir Augustine Palgrave, North Barningham
  • 1618: Sir Anthony Drury of Besthorpe
  • 1619: Sir Thomas Holland of Quidenham
  • 1620: Sir Henry Bedingfield of Oxburgh
  • 1621: Sir Thomas Hyrne of Haveringland
  • 1622: Sir William Yelverton, of Rougham, Bt
  • 1623: Sir Richard Berney, 1st Baronet of Parkhall
  • 1624: Sir Lestrange Mordaunt, 1st Baronet of Little Massingham
  • 1625: Sir Thomas Wodehouse of Kimberley
  • 1626: Thomas Holl, of Heigham, near Norwich
  • 1627: Sir Charles Le Gross of Crostwight Hall
  • 1628: Framlingham Gawdy of West Harling
  • 1629: Sir Robert Gawdy of Claxton
  • 1630: Sir Roger Townshend, 1st Baronet of Raynham Hall
  • 1631: Francis Mapes, of Rollesby
  • 1632: Tbomas Pettus, of Rackheatb.
  • 1633: Sir John Hobart, of Blickling Hall
  • 1634: William Heveningham of Ketteringham
  • 1635: Sir Jobn Wentworth, of Somerleyton, Suffolk, Kt
  • 1636: Sir Edward Barkham, 1st Baronet of South Acre Hall
  • 1637: William Paston, of Oxnead
  • 1638: Sir Francis Astley of Melton Constable (deceased) then John Buxton of Earsham[3]
  • 1639: Augustine Holl of Heigham.
  • 1640: Tbomas Windham, of Felbrigg
  • 1641: Robert Longe, of Reymerstone
  • 1642: Sir Thomas Guybon, of Tharsford, Kt
  • 1643: James Calthorpe of East Barsham
  • 1644: Jobn Coke, of Godwick
  • 1645: Sir Valentine Pell,of Dersingbam, Kt
  • 1646: Sir Isaac Astley, of Melton Constable, Bt
  • 1647: Tbomas Bemey, of Swardestoe.
  • 1648: Humphrey Rant [4]
  • 1648: William Coke, of Grodwick.
  • 1649: Gregory Gawsell, of Watlington
  • 1650: Hugh Audley, of Old Buckenham.
  • 1651: Sir Ralph Hare, 1st Baronet of Stow Bardolph
  • 1652: Cbarles Gameys, of Boyland Hall, Morningtborpe
  • 1653: Tbomas Wright, Esq. Kilventone, (deceased) then Sir Edward Astley, of Melton Constable, Kt
  • 1654: Erasmus or John Earle of Heydon.[5]
  • 1655: Sir Arthur Jensey, of Knobhall, Suffolk, Kt
  • 1656: Edward Ward, of Bixley
  • 1657: Edward Ward, of Bixley
  • 1658: John Sedley, of Morley.
  • 1660: Sir John Cremer of Ingoldsthorpe, Kt
  • 1661: Robert Suckling, of Woodton
  • 1662: Richard Bemey, of Reedham.
  • 1663: Sir Thomas Meadowe, of Great Yarmouth. Kt
  • 1664: Sir Jacob Astley, 1st Baronet of Melton Constable, Bt
  • 1665: Sir Thomas Pettus, 2nd Baronet of Rackheath
  • 12 November 1665: Sir John Hobart, 3rd Baronet, of Blickling Hall[6]
  • 1667: Ration Bemers, of Wiggenhall St Mary Magdalen
  • 1668: Sir Edward Barkham, 2nd Baronet of Westacre
  • 6 November 1668: George Ingland[7]
  • 25 November 1668: Sir George Vyner, 2nd Baronet, of London[8]
  • 1670: Richard Berney, of Kirby Bedon.
  • 1671: Robert Coney, of Walpole St Peter
  • 1672: John Mann, of Norwich
  • 1673: Sir William Adams, of Sprowston, 2nd Baronet
  • 1674: Thomas Bishop, of Ipswich, Suffolk
  • 1675: Richard Norwich [9]
  • 1675: Henry Reeve [10]
  • 1675: Elisha Phillippe, Esq[11]
  • 1676: Robert Coke of Thorington, Suffolk and Holkham, Norfolk [12]
  • 1677: Christopher Layer, of Booton
  • 1678: Thomas Pierson, of Wisbech, Cambridgeshire [13]
  • 1679: John Jay, of Holveston
  • 1680: Philip Harbord, of Stanninghall
  • 1681: Thomas Bfnasby?, of Shottisham.
  • 1682: John Knyvet, of Ashwelthorpe
  • 1663: John Oreen, of Wilby
  • 1684: Henry Shelton, of Shelton.
  • 1685: Sir Francis Guybon of Thursford Hall
  • 1686: Sir Robert Nightingall of North Barlingham [14]
  • 1687: John Harbord, of Gunton
  • 1688: Thomas Seaman, of Heigham, near Norwich.
  • 1689: John Heme, of Arminghall
  • 1690: Erasmus Earle, of Heydon
  • 1691: Sir Augustine Palgrave, of North Barningham, Bt
  • 1692: Richard Berney, of Reedham
  • 1693: John Burkin, of North Burlingham
  • 1694: Sir Charles Adams, of Sprowston, Bt
  • 1695: Francis Windham, of Cromer
  • 1696: Sir James Edwards, of Reedham, Bt
  • 1697: Robert Doughty, of Hanworth
  • 1698: Richard Mason, of Necton
  • 1699: Matthew Long, of Danston.
  • 1701 Robert Suckling, of Woodton

18th century[edit]

  • 1702 William Newman, of Baconsthorpe
  • 1703 Roger Crowe, of Norwich
  • 1704 Richanl Knight, of Attlebridge
  • 1705 James Hoste, of Sandringham
  • 1706 Richard Dashwood, of Cockley Cley
  • 1707 Beaupre Bell, of Outwell
  • 1708 Henry Framingham, of Burnham
  • 1709 Henry Heron, of Ketteringham
  • 1710 Sir Peter Seaman, Kt. of Norwich
  • 1711 John Fowle, of Broome
  • 1712 James Harcourt, of Carleton by Norwich
  • 1713 Thomas Wright, of East Harling
  • 1714 Edward Lombe, of Great Mellon
  • 1715 Thomas Durrant, of Scottow
  • 1716 Thomas Rogers, of Dersingham, died and succeeded by Thomas Rogers, jnr. of Dersingham,
  • 1717 William Berners, of Lynn Regis
  • 1718 John Howes, of Morningthorpe
  • 1719 John Colman, of Broome
  • 1720 Peter Elwin, of Tottington
  • 1721 Nathaniel Life, of Swaffham
  • 1722 William Rootley, of West Barsham
  • 1723 Gresham Page, of Saxthorpe
  • 1724 Robert Clough, of Feltwell
  • 1725 Richard Whitaker, of Matlask
  • 1726 Rice Wiggett, of Guestwick
  • 1727 Roger Pratt, of West Ruston
  • 1728 John Bedingfield, of Beeston St. Andrew
  • 1729 Cyril Wych, of Hockwold cum Wilton
  • 1730 Richard Tubby, of Brockdish
  • 1731 Thomas Cooper, of North Walsham
  • 1732 John Wilson, of Stanhoe
  • 1733 William Helwys, of Morton
  • 1734 Edwin Coney, Houghton by Walsingham
  • 1735 George Smith, Topcroft
  • 1736 William Henry Fleming, of Watton
  • 1737 Peter Rosier, of Pulham
  • 1738 Thomas Bell, of Oulton
  • 1739 John Parr, of Salthouse
  • 1740 Henry Negus, of Hoveton St. Peter
  • 1741 James Mackarel, of Ringland
  • 1742 John Thurston, Barwick
  • 1743 Edward Atkyns, of Ketteringham
  • 1744 Peter Barret, of Horstead
  • 1745 Barry Love, of Ormesby
  • 1746 Sir Horatio Pettus, Bt. of Rackheath
  • 1747 Charles Cooper Morley, of East Barsham
  • 1748 William Jermy, of Bayfield
  • 1749 Thomas Sotherton, of Taverham
  • 1750 Leonard Mapes, of Rollesby
  • 1751 Robert Knopwood, of Threxton
  • 1752 Francis Longe, of Spixworth
  • 1753 Hamilton Custance, of Weston
  • 1754 Cotton Symonds, of Ormesby
  • 1755 Miles Branthwayt, of Attlebridge
  • 1756 John Barker, of Shropham, (died)
    Philip Bedingfield, of Ditchingham, succeeded
  • 1757 Israel Longe, of Dunston
  • 1758 Hammond Alpe, of Little Fransham
  • 1759 Richard Fuller, of Whetaere-Burgh
  • 1760 John Berney, of Bracon Ash
  • 1761 William Churchman, of Mangreen
  • 1762 Sir Hanson Berney, Baronet of Kirby Bedon
  • 1763 Sir Edward Astley, 4th Baronet of Melton Constable
  • 1764 John Davis, of Watlington
  • 1765 William Wiggett Bulwer, of Wood Dalling
  • 1766 John Norris, of Great Witchingham
  • 1767: Crisp Molineux, of Garboldisham[15]
  • 1768 William Woodley, of Eccles
  • 1769 Edmund Rolfe (the younger), of Heacham
  • 1770 John Micklethwaite, of Beeston St. Andrew
  • 1771 James Smyth, of Topcroft
  • 1772 Sir John Lombe, 1st Baronet of Great Melton [16]
  • 1773 Edward Hase, of Sall
  • 1774 Thomas Lobb Clinte, of South Pickenhamn
  • 1775 Brigg Prire Fountaine, of Narford
  • 1776 Nicholas Styleman, of Snettisham
  • 1777 Charles Gurneys, of Hedenham
  • 1778 Sir Henry Peyton, Bt. of Narborough
  • 1779 John Berney Petre, of Westwick
  • 1780 Sir Thomas Beauchamp Proctor, 2nd Baronet of Langley [16]
  • 1781 Robert Lee Doughty, of Hanworth
  • 1782 Henry Lee Warner, of Walsingham
  • 1783 Sir Martin ffolkes, 1st Baronet of Hillington, King's Lynn
  • 1784 Sir Thomas Durrant, 1st Baronet of Scottow
  • 1785 Sir Edward Stracey, of Rackheath [17]
  • 1786 Francis Longe, of Spixworth [18]
  • 1787 Edward Billingsley, of Hockwold cum Wilton
  • 1788 Thomas Kerrich, of Geldestone
  • 1789 Brampton Gurdon Dillingham, of Letton
  • 1790 James Pell, of Snare-hill, near Thetford
  • 1791 Sir John Fenn, Kt of East Dereham
  • 1792 Anthony Hamond, of Westacre
  • 1793 Edward Roger Pratt, of Ryston
  • 1794 John Richard Dashwood, of Cockley Cley
  • 1793 George Nelthorpe, of Lynford
  • 1796 Thomas Browne Evans, of Kirby Bedon
  • 1797 Joseph Wyndham, of Earsham
  • 1798 George Stone, of Bedingham
  • 1799 John Motteux, of Beachamwell
  • 5 February 1800: Sir Roger Kerrison, of Brooke House[19]

19th century[edit]

20th century[edit]

  • 1901: Major Robert Herbert Heath Jary [111]
  • 1902: John Nigel Gurney, of Sprowston [112]
  • 1903: Arthur Henry Stuart Elwes of Congbam [113]
  • 1904: Russell James Colman, of Bracondale [114]
  • 1905: Hugh Gurney Barclay, of Colney [115]
  • 1906: Sir George Ralph Leigh Hare, 3rd Baronet [116]
  • 1907: Henry Tyrwhitt Staniforth Patteson of Beeston St Andrew[117]
  • 1908: Edward Henry Evans-Lombe of Bylaugh Park[118]
  • 1909: Sir Edward Mann, 1st Baronet of Thelveton [119]
  • 1910: William John Birkbeck of Stratton Strawless[120]
  • 1911: William Harker, of Blofield Hall, Norwich[121]
  • 1912: William James Barry of Great Witchingham Hall[122]
  • 1913: Robert William Ketton of Felbrigg Hall, Norwich[123]
  • 1914: Sir Woolmer Rudolph Donati White, Bt.[124]
  • 1915: Charles Edward Strachan, of Heacham Hall[125]
  • 1916: Lionel Robinson of Old Buckenham Hall[126]
  • 1917: Captain George William Taylor, of Pickenham Hall, Swaffham [127]
  • 1918: Colonel Herbert Francis Smith, of Didlington Hall, Brandon [128]
  • 1919: Francis Hubert Barclay, of The Warren, Cromer [129]
  • 1920: John Cator[130]
  • 1921: Reginald Laurence, of Felthorpe Hall, Norwich [131]
  • 1922: Edward Gurney Buxton[132]
  • 1923: Holcombe Ingleby, Sedgeford Hall, King's Lynn [133]
  • 1924: Augustus Leverton Jessopp, of Lexham Hall, Swaffham [134]
  • 1925: Michael Falcon, of Horstead House, Norwich [135]
  • 1926: Sir George Chamberlin, of Yelverton, Norfolk, Kt.[136]
  • 1927: Col. Edmund Roger Allday Kerrison, C.M.G., O.B.E. of Burgh Hall, Aylsham [137]
  • 1928: Major Sir Edward Paulet Stracey, of Rackheath Park, Norwich, 7th Baronet [138]
  • 1929: Stanley Christopherson, of Hill Close, Abbey Road, Sheringham [139]
  • 1930: Sir Bartle Henry Temple Frere, of South Walsham Hall, Kt.[140]
  • 1931: James Archibald Keith, of West Barsham Hall [141]
  • 1932: Major Quintin Edward Gurney,T.D. of Bawdeswell Hall, East Dereham [142]
  • 1933: Edward Thomas Boardman[143]
  • 1934: Capt. Geoffrey Russell Rees Colman, of The Chase, Framingham Pigot [144]
  • 1935: Charles Hugh Finch[145]
  • 1936: Major Stanley Brooke Winch,O.B.E. of Swannington Court[146]
  • 1937: Philip Ernest Tindal-Carill-Worsley, of East Carleton Manor [147]
  • 1938: Sir William Benjamin Gentle, Kt. of Ford Place, Thetford [148]
  • 1939: Edward John Mann, of Thelveton Hall, Scole, Diss [149]
  • 1940: Sir Basil Edgar Mayhew of Felthorpe Hall [150]
  • 1941: Cedric Clifton Brown[151]
  • 1942: Captain Charles Benjamin Wilson of Irstead Lodge, Neatishead [152]
  • 1943: Michael Falcon of Burlingham House, North Burlingham [153]
  • 1944: Percy Charles Briscoe of Dudwick Hall, Buxton [154]
  • 1945: Anthony Buxton[155]
  • 1946: Vice-Admiral Charles Andrew Fountaine of Narford Hall, King's Lynn[156] (died 24 March 1946)
  • 1947: Alexander Peckover Doyle Penrose of Bradenham Hall, Thetford [157]
  • 1948: Colonel George Norman Scott-Chad of Pynkney Hall, Tattersett, East Rudham, Norfolk[158]
  • 1949: Lieut-Colonel Ion Bridges Hamilton Benn of Broad Farm, Rollesby, Norfolk[159]
  • 1950: Lieut-Colonel John Leslie of Brancaster, King's Lynn, Norfolk[160]
  • 1951: Robert Wyndham Ketton-Cremer of Felbrigg Hall, Norwich, Norfolk[161]
  • 1952: Captain Michael Edward Bowyer Sparke of Gunthorpe Hall, Melton Constable, Norfolk[162]
  • 1953: Thomas Robert Calthorpe Blofeld of Home Farm, Hoveton St. John, Wroxham, Norfolk.[163]
  • 1954: Major Charles Fellowes of Shotesham Park, Norwich.[164]
  • 1955: Raymond John Steffe Crisp of Kirby Cane Hall.[165]
  • 1956: Sir Edward Hulton Preston, Bt [166]
  • 1957: Lieut.-Colonel Henry John Cator of Woodbastwick Hall.[167]
  • 1958: Major Derek Swithin Allhusen of Claxton Manor, Norwich.[168]
  • 1959: Richard Quintin Gurney of Keswick Old Hall, Norwich [169]
  • 1960: Desmond Gurney Buxton [170]
  • 1961: Henry Birkbeck of Westacre High House, Castleacre, King's Lynn [171]
  • 1962: Vice-Admiral Sir Edward Malcolm Evans-Lombe of Marlingford Hall, Norwich[172]
  • 1963: Major William Frederic Batt of Gresham Hall, Norwich [173]
  • 1964: Brigadier Hetherington Bulwer-Long of Heydon, Norwich [174]
  • 1965: Christopher Evelyn Kevill-Davies[175]
  • 1966: Major Stephen John Pope of Watlington Hall, King's Lynn [176]
  • 1967: Sydney Arthur Morse of Bergh Apton Manor, Bergh Apton [177]
  • 1968: Mark William Gerard Wathen of Bolwick Hall, Marsham, Norwich [178]
  • 1969: William Robert Brudenell Foster of Lexham Hall, King's Lynn[179]
  • 1970: Sir Timothy Colman of Bixley[180]
  • 1971: Eric Donald Mackintosh of Brooke House, Brooke, Norwich[181]
  • 1972: Richard Anthony Brooke Winch of Swanington Manor, Norwich[182]
  • 1973: Sir (Edward) Stephen Lycett Green, Bt. of Ken Hill, Snettisham, King's Lynn[183]
  • 1974: Sir Charles Edward Mott-Radclyffe of Barningham Hall, Matlask,Norwich[184]
  • 1975: Desmond Evelyn Longe of Woodton Grange, Bungay, Suffolk [185]
  • 1976: Sir Alex Alexander of Westwick Hall, Westwick, Norwich[186]
  • 1977: Sir John (Alfred Picton) Bagge, Bt. of Stradsett Hall, King's Lynn[187]
  • 1978: John Verel Berney of Hockering House, Hockering, near Dereham[188]
  • 1979: Michael Gascoigne Falcon of Keswick Old Hall, Norwich[189]
  • 1980: Major David Auldjo Jamieson, V.C., of The Drove House, Thornham, Hunstanton [190]
  • 1981: Richard Lovel Coke[191]
  • 1982: Richard Gordon Lombe Taylor of Conifer Hill, Starston, Harleston [192]
  • 1983: Timothy Humphrey Barclay of Middleton Tower, King's Lynn [193]
  • 1984: Captain Jonathan Sidney Peel of Barton Hall, Barton Turf [194]
  • 1985: Sir Jeffrey Lionel Darrell, Bt [195]
  • 1986: Francis Desmond McInnes Skinner of North Farm, Snetterton [196]
  • 1987: Lord Edward Anthony Charles FitzRoy[197]
  • 1988: Captain William Hanslip Bulwer Bulwer-Long of Heydon Hall, Heydon [198]
  • 1989: Peter Neil Ralli Stewart-Richardson of Creake Abbey, Fakenham [199]
  • 1990: Archibald James Gurney of Bracon Lodge, Bracon Ash [200]
  • 1991: Thomas R. E. Cook of Gately[201]
  • 1992: Anthony Nicholas George Duckworth-Chad[202]
  • 1993: Robert Buscall of Carbrooke Hall [203]
  • 1994: Francis Cator of The Old House, Ranworth [204]
  • 1995: John Birkbeck of Litcham Hall [205]
  • 1996: Ian Duncan Robertson MacNicol of Stody Lodge, Melton Constable [206]
  • 1997: Lady Evans-Lombe of Marlingford Hall [207]
  • 1998: Andrew Edward Buxton[208]
  • 1999: Neil Foster of Lexham Hall[209]

21st century[edit]

See also[edit]

High Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk

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