High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire

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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 March.

From 1068 until 1567, the position existed as High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and the Royal Forests. From 1568 separate appointments were made for the High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire and for the High Sheriff of Derbyshire.

16th century[edit]

17th century[edit]

18th century[edit]

19th century[edit]

20th century[edit]

  • 1900: Francis Abel Smith of Papplewick Hall, Nottingham [183]
  • 1901: John Robinson of Worksop Manor [184]
  • 1902: John Patricius Chaworth-Musters of Annesley Park [185]
  • 1903: Albert Cantrell Cantrell-Hubbersty of Tollerton Hall [186]
  • 1904: Thomas Lewis Kekewich Edge of Strelley Hall[187]
  • 1905: Francis Ley of Epperstone Manor[188] (later Sir Francis Ley)
  • 1906: Joseph Frederick Laycock of Wiseton Hall, Bawtry [189]
  • 1907: Thomas Philip Barber of Lamb Close House, Eastwood[190]
  • 1908: Francis Willey, 1st Baron Barnby of Blyth Hall, Rotherham[191]
  • 1909: Sir Hugo Meynell FitzHerbert, 6th Baronet of Tissington Hall, Ashbourne, Derbyshire[192]
  • 1910: Thomas Craven of Kirklington Hall, Southwell [193]
  • 1911: Francis Hall of Park Hall, Mansfield[194]
  • 1912: Sir Charles Seely, 2nd Baronet of Wingerworth Hall, Chesterfield[195]
  • 1913: William Norton Kicking of Brackenhurst Hall, Southwell [196]
  • 1914: Evelyn Kyrle Smith of Oxton Hall, Southwell [197]
  • 1915: Sir Thomas Birkin, 2nd Baronet of Park House, Nottingham [198]
  • 1916: Major Charles Richard Tennant of St. Ann's Manor, Sutton Bonington [199]
  • 1917: Francis Newman Ellis of Debdale Hall, Mansfield [200]
  • 1918: William Henry Mason of Morton Hall, East Retford [201]
  • 1919: Francis Pegler, of Ordsall Hall, Retford [202]
  • 1920: John Plowright Houston of Park Hall, Mansfield Woodhouse [203]
  • 1921: Lieut.-Col. Albert Edward Whitaker of Babworth Hall, Retford [204]
  • 1922: Lieut.-Col. Frank Evelyn Seely of Ramsdale Park, Arnold.[205]
  • 1923: Charles Arthur Longbottom of Forest Hill, Worksop [206]
  • 1924: Sir Arthur Ernest Blake of West Leake Manor [207]
  • 1925: Hugh Seely, 1st Baron Sherwood of Sherwood Lodge, Arnold [5]
  • 1926: Col. Sir Albert Edward Bingham, 2nd Baronet of Eanby House, Retford [208]
  • 1927: Stanley Bourne, of Epperstone Manor [209]
  • 1928: Sir Ernest Jardine, 1st Baronet of The Park, Nottingham
  • 1929: Percy Robert Clifton of Clifton Hall, Nottingham[101]
  • 1930: Brigadier-General Sir Edward Thomas Le Marchant, 4th Baronet of Colston Bassett Hall, Bingham, Nottingham
  • 1931: Philip Austen Birkin [5]
  • 1932: John Jardine, of Clumber Crescent South, The Park, Nottingham [210]
  • 1933: Sir Harold Bowden, 2nd Baronet[5]
  • 1934: Sir Louis Frederick Pearson of Lenton Grove, Nottingham [211]
  • 1935: Lieut.-Col. Noel Gervis Pearson of Bramcote, Nottingham [212]
  • 1936: Col. John Neville Chaworth Musters of Annesley Park, Nottingham [213]
  • 1937: Claude William Chadburn of The Hall, Papplewick [214]
  • 1938: Frank Burton of Orston Hall, Nottingham [215]
  • 1939: Frank James Wriothesley Seely of Brick House, Radcliffe-on-Trent [5]
  • 1940: Francis Egerton Pegler of Forest Lodge, Blyth, Worksop[216]
  • 1941: Lieut.-Col. Sidney Shephard of Elston Hall, Newark[217]
  • 1942: Job Nightingale Derbyshire of Rempstone Hall, near Loughborough[218]
  • 1943: John Farr of Worksop Manor [219]
  • 1944: Lieut-Col. William Allen Potter, D.S.O. of Lambley House, Woodborough, Nottingham [220]
  • 1945: John Holland Walker of 15, Park Valley, The Park, Nottingham[221]
  • 1946: Captain William Frederick Player of The Grange, Staunton[222]
  • 1947: Colonel Philip Huskinson Warwick, D.S.O., T.D. of Normanton Prebend House, Southwell[223]
  • 1948: Lieut.-Commander George John Mackness, OBE.,D.S.C,R.N.(Retd.) of Mapperley Park, Nottingham[224]
  • 1949: George Hamilton Bracher Wilson of The Old Rectory, Plumtree [225]
  • 1950: Major-General Sir John Albert Charles Whitaker, 2nd Baronet of Babworth Hall, Retford, Notts, and of Auchnafree, Dunkeld, Perthshire.[226]
  • 1951: Major Edward Harold Spalding, of Flawborough Hall, near Newark.[227]
  • 1952: Colonel Sir Joseph Nail of Hoveringham Hall[228]
  • 1953: Captain Stephen Cecil Armitage of Hawksworth Manor [229]
  • 1954: Major-General Robert Edward Laycock, C.B.,D.S.O. of Wiseton Hall, near Doncaster[230]
  • 1955: Sir Stuart Coldwell Goodwin, Kt of Hexgreave Park, Farnsfield [231]
  • 1956: Captain Richard Wing of The Old Manor House, East Bridgford[232]
  • 1957: Lieut.-Colonel George Halliburton Foster Peel Vere-Laurie of Carlton Hall, Carlton-on-Trent, Newark[233]
  • 1958: Rear-Admiral Robert St. Vincent Sherbrooke, V.C.,C.B.,D.S.O. of Oxton, Newark [234]
  • 1959: Sir Edward Dave Asher Herbert, O.B.E. of West Leake Manor, near Loughborough[235]
  • 1960: Lieut.-Colonel Thomas Eben Forman Hardy, M.C.,T.D. of Car Colston Hall, Car Colston[236]
  • 1961: Major Samuel John Markham Hole of Caunton Manor, Newark [237]
  • 1962: Sir Charles James Buchanan, 4th Baronet[238]
  • 1963: Colonel Patrick James Danvers McCraith, M.C.,T.D. of Cranfield House, Southwell[239]
  • 1964: Sir William Barber, 2nd Baronet [240]
  • 1965: Commander Mavourn Baldwin Philip Francklin, D.S.C.,R.N. of Gonalston Hall [241]
  • 1966: George FitzRoy Seymour of Thrumpton Hall[242]
  • 1967: Brigadier John Anstey, C.B.E.,T.D. of The Old House, Epperstone[243]
  • 1968: Colonel Alfred Arthur Warburton, C.B.E.,D.S.O. of Wigthorpe House, near Worksop[244]
  • 1969: Sir James Herbert Ingham Whitaker, Bt. of Babworth Hall, Retford[245]
  • 1970: Sir Paul Mason of Morton Hall, Retford[246]
  • 1971: Lieut-Commander Sir Michael Joseph Nall, Bt. of Hoveringham Hall, Nottingham[247]
  • 1972: Bryan Henry Farr of Worksop Manor, Worksop [248]
  • 1973: Anthony Christopher Multon Battiscombe Scott of Green Mile, Babworth, Retford.[249]
  • 1974: Major-General Robert Gordon-Finlayson of South Collingham Manor, near Newark.[250]
  • 1975: Captain John Stephen Dobson of Papplewick Lodge, Papplewick, near Mansfield.[251]
  • 1976: Andrew George Buchanan of Hodsock Priory, Blyth, Worksop.[252]
  • 1977: Charles Gordon Mackie of The Old Rectory, Elton.[253]
  • 1978: Major Richard Francis Abel Smith of Blidworth Dale House, Ravenshead.[254]
  • 1979: Christopher Gerald Pole-Carew of New Field House, near Screveton.[255]
  • 1980: Richard William Durrant Hanson of Budby Castle, Newark.[256]
  • 1981: Captain John Henry Warrand Hammer of Colston Bassett House, Colston Bassett.[257]
  • 1982: Robin Brackenbury of Holme Pierrepont Hall, Holme Pierrepont [258]
  • 1983: John Davenport Radford of The Burgage, Burgage Green, Southwell.[259]
  • 1984: Colonel James Mayo Alastair Gunn of Epperstone House, Epperstone.[260]
  • 1985: Nicholas John Forman Hardy of Cropwell Court, Cropwell Butler [261]
  • 1986: Ian David Peel Thome of Beauchamp Barn, Kneesall [262]
  • 1987: Sir John Philip Starkey, 3rd Barnett of Norwood Park, Southwell.[263]
  • 1988: John Edward Madocks of Middleton Crescent, Beeston [264]
  • 1989: Richard Assheton Craven-Smith-Milnes of Winkburn Hall, Newark [265]
  • 1990: Mrs. Marcia Abel Smith of Blidworth Dale,Ravenshead [266]
  • 1991: George Edward Vere-Laurie of Carlton Hall, Carlton-on-Trent, Newark.[267]
  • 1992: Ian Hugh Phillipps of Grange Farm, Rempstone, Loughborough, Leicestershire.[268]
  • 1993: Mrs. Juliet Lilias Mortensen[269]
  • 1994: Richard Bertram Godwin-Austen of Papplewick Hall, Papplewick.[270]
  • 1995: George Edmund Peter Thornhill of The Grove, Winthorpe, Newark.[271]
  • 1996: Trevor Forsyth Parr of The Old Rectory, Widmerpool.[272]
  • 1997: Hugh Matheson of Thoresby Park, Newark.[273]
  • 1998: Mrs. Jennifer Margaret Fair, Lanesmeet, Epperstone.[274]
  • 1999: Alexander Michael Nall, Hockerton Manor, Hockerton [275]

21st century[edit]

  • 2000: Mrs. Barbara Ann Vere-Laurie, Carlton Hall, Carlton-on-Trent, near Newark.[276]
  • 2001: Sir John James Ingham Whitaker, Bt., Babworth Hall, Retford.[277]
  • 2002: Colonel Timothy Stewart Richmond, MBE, TD, The Old Vicarage, Southwell Park, Kirklington.[278]
  • 2003: William Henry Marcello Parente, of Welbeck Abbey[279]
  • 2004: Henry Vessey Machin of Keepers Castle, Gateford, Worksop[280]
  • 2005: Anthony Harwick Wilkinson [281]
  • 2006: Christopher Battiscombe-Scott[282]
  • 2007: Peter Russell Moore[283]
  • 2008: Colonel Roger Merryweather TD[284]
  • 2009: John Michael Rowen [285]
  • 2010: Amanda Margaret Farr, of Kirklington [286]
  • 2011: Sir John Peace, Manor Road, Caunton.[287]
  • 2012: C P Liell Francklin [288]
  • 2013: Nicola June Weston [288]
  • 2014: Graham S Cartledge of Caunton, Newark [288]

See also[edit]

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