High Sheriff of Rutland

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This is a list of Sheriffs and High Sheriffs of Rutland. The Sheriff is the oldest secular office under the Crown: there has been a Sheriff of Rutland since 1129. Formerly the 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. The High Sheriff changes every March.

After some 22 years as part of Leicestershire, Rutland was split away in 1996 as a Unitary Authority with its own shrievalty, thus establishing the separate High Sheriff of Rutland.

Sheriffs[edit]

1100–1200[edit]

  • 1129: William de Albeni, the Breton
  • 1155: Richard de Humez
  • 1156: Thomas Ondeby
  • 1157: Robert filius Goboldi
  • 1159: Richard de Humez
  • 1161: Robert filius Goboldi
  • 1163: Richard de Humez
  • 1165: Robert Goebold
  • 1166: Richard de Humez
  • 1179: William Malduit
  • 1188: Amalric Dispensator (Despenser)
  • 1189: William Malduit
  • 1195: William de Albeni
  • 1198: Benedict de Haveresham
  • 1199: Hugh le Scot

1200–1300[edit]

1300–1400[edit]

1400–1500[edit]

Geoffrey Sherard, 1468, 1480 and 1484
  • 1400: John Pensax of Oakham [3]
  • 1401: Roland Senliz or Sinluce [3]
  • 1402: John Arblaster [3]
  • 1404: Thomas Thorpe of Pilton [3]
  • 1405: John Basynges [3]
  • 1405: John Daneys ( probably acted till Michaelmas 1407) [3]
  • 1407: Roger Flore of Oakham
  • 1408: Thomas Oudeby of Stoke Dry and Hathern, Leics.
  • 1409: John Clerk
  • 1410: William Greneham
  • 1411: Thomas Corby
  • 1411: Sir Thomas Burton of Tolethorpe Hall and Little Casterton (1st term) [4]
  • 1411: Thomas Corby
  • 1412: Roger Flore of Oakham
  • 1413: Thomas Oudeby of Stoke Dry and Hathern, Leics.
  • 1415: James Bellers
  • 1416: John Boyvill
  • 1416: Sir Thomas Burton of Tolethorpe Hall and Little Casterton (2nd term) [4]
  • 1417: Robert Browe of Teigh and Woodhead
  • 1418: Robert Chisleden of Braunston
  • 1419: John Pensax of Oakham
  • 1420: James Bellers of Melton Mowbray and Somerby, Leics.(died 1421)
  • 1421: Sir Thomas Burton, Kt.
  • 1422: Sir Thomas Burton, Kt.
  • 1424: John Onderby
  • 1425: John Davies
  • 1426: John Colepeper of Isham, Northants. and Exton Hall
  • 1427: Sir Henry Plessington of Burley
  • 1428: Sir Thomas Burton of Tolethorpe Hall and Little Casterton (3rd term) [4]
  • 1429: John Denys
  • 1430: John Colepeper of Isham, Northants. and Exton Hall
  • 1431: Thomas Flore (1st term)
  • 1432: Sir Henry Plessington of Burley
  • 1433: John Boyvill
  • 1434: William Beaufo
  • 1435: Robert Davies and John Pilton
  • 1436: John Branspath
  • 1437: Hugo Boyvill
  • 1438: Laurence Sherard
  • 1439: William Beaufo
  • 1440: Thomas Burton (son of 1417)
  • 1441: Sir Henry Plessington of Burley
  • 1442: Thomas Flore (2nd term)
  • 1443: William Beaufo
  • 1444: Thomas Barkeley
  • 1445: John Basings
  • 1446: William Walker
  • 1447: John Boyvill
  • 1448: William Haseldon
  • 1449: Hugo Boyvill
  • 1450: Robert Fenne
  • 1451: Thomas Flore (3rd term)
  • 1452: William Heton
  • 1453: Robert Sherard
  • 1454: Robert Fenne
  • 1455: William Beaufo
  • 1456: William Haselden
  • 1457: Thomas Flore (4th term)
  • 1458: Thomas Dale
  • 1459: Robert Fenne
  • 1460: Everard Digby (died Towton, 1461)
  • 1461: John Francis
  • 1462–1463: Thomas Palmer
  • 1464: William Greenham
  • 1465: Thomas Flore (5th term)
  • 1466: Richard Sapcote
  • 1467: William Browne
  • 1468: Geoffrey Sherard
  • 1469: John Dale
  • 1470: Thomas Flore (6th term)
  • 1471: Brian Talbot
  • 1472: Thomas Berkeley
  • 1473: William Haselden
  • 1474: John Pilton
  • 1475: William Browne
  • 1476: John Sapcote
  • 1477: David Malpas
  • 1478: Henry Mackworth
  • 1479: John Pilton
  • 1480: Geoffrey Sherard
  • 1481: William Palmer
  • 1482: David Malpas
  • 1483: William Browne
  • 1484: Geoffrey Sherard
  • 1485: John Pilton
  • 1486: Everard Digby of Tilton and Drystoke
  • 1487: William Browne
  • 1488: David Malpas
  • 1489: Maurice Berkley
  • 1490: Thomas Sapcote
  • 1491: John Digby
  • 1492: Robert Harrington of Redlington
  • 1493: Christopher Browne
  • 1494: John Pilton
  • 1495: Thomas Sherard
  • 1496: Thomas Sapcots
  • 1497: George Mackworth
  • 1498: Robert Harrington of Redlington
  • 1499: Everard Digby of Tilton and Drystoke

1500–1600[edit]

1600–1700[edit]

1700–1800[edit]

  • 1700: Bartholomew Burton [3]
  • 1702: John Wingfield [24]
  • 1702: Nicholas Bullingham [3]
  • 1703: Thomas Burrell [3]
  • 1704: Thomas Hubbard [3]
  • 1705: William Edgson [3]
  • 1706: Thomas Cox [3]
  • 1707: Henry Smith [3]
  • 1708: Samuel Barker [3]
  • 1709: William Fancourt [3]
  • 1710: John Sharpe of Wynne [3]
  • 1711: William Exton [3]
  • 1712: William Roberts [3]
  • 1712: John Newbond [3]
  • 1713: Charles Roberts[25]
  • 1714: John Boyall [3]
  • 1715: Robert Riddlington [3]
  • 1716: John Sisney [3]
  • 1717: Thomas Johnson of Tinwell [3]
  • 1718: John Whiteing[26]
  • 1719: Frances Wooton [3]
  • 1720: Orlando Browne [3]
  • 1721: Thomas Roberts [3]
  • 1724: George Brushfield[27]
  • 1724: William Scott [3]
  • 1725: William Algar [3]
  • 1726: Charles Tryon[28]
  • 1727: Edward Wright [3]
  • 1728: Kenelm Digby[29]
  • 1729: William Tampion [3]
  • 1730: George Marston[30]
  • 1731: Lycester Baroden[31]
  • 1732: William Goding[32]
  • 1733: William Fowler[33]
  • 1735: George Cooke [3]
  • 1736: Redenhall Pearse[34]
  • 1737: Thomas Bradgate of Uppingham[35]
  • 1738: Richard Sharpe [3]
  • 1739: Edmund Sisney [3]
  • 1740: Kenelm Johnson[36]
  • 1741: John Brown[37]
  • 1742: John Cooke [3]
  • 1743: Henry Shield[38]
  • 1744: Anthony Lucas[39]
  • 1745: John Mitchell[40]
  • 1746: Thomas Wootton[41]
  • 1747: John Morpoo [3]
  • 1748: William Chisseldon, of Ridlington [3]
  • 1749: Charles Smith[42]
  • 1750: Richard Hothkin
  • 1751: Thomas Riddlington of Glaston
  • 1751: William Sharrard the Younger of Langham[43]
  • 1752: Richard Marston of Belton [3]
  • 1753: William Brushfield[44]
  • 1754: James Sismey of Lyddington[45]
  • 1755: John Maydwell, of Bart Gates in Oakham,[46]
  • 1756: Robert Tomblin, cf Edith Weston[47]
  • 1757: John Digby, of North Luffenham,[48]
  • 1758: Thomas Trollop Brown, of Tolethorpe[49]
  • 1759: Edward Ward of Preston [3]
  • 1760: Charles Roberts of Belton [3]
  • 1761: Henry Dove of Tinwell [3]
  • 1762: Thomas Sharpe of Langhem [3]
  • 1763: John Batson of Empingham [3]
  • 1764: Edward Hunt of Glaston [3]
  • 1765: William Lawrence of Preston [3]
  • 1766: John Tiptaft of Braunston.[3]
  • 1767: John Ridlington, of Edith Weston[50][3]
  • 1768: Henry Shield, of Preston [3]
  • 1769: Edmund Sismey of Liddington [3]
  • 1770: John Boyale of Belmersthorpe [3]
  • 1771: Thomas Bullivant of Ashwell replaced by Sir Gilbert Heathcote, of Normanton Hall, Bt.
  • 1772: John Stubbins of Barrowden replaced by Frances Chelselden, of Ridlington
  • 1773: John Palmer, of Seaton [3]
  • 1774: Robert Walker, of Uppingham [3]
  • 1775: John Cooke, of Uppingham [3]
  • 1776: Henry Sharpe, of Wing [3]
  • 1777: Robert Hotchkins, of S. Luffenham [3]
  • 1778: George Godfrey, of Wardley [3]
  • 1779: John Freer the younger of Oakham [3]
  • 1780: Nedham Chelseden, of Manton [3]
  • 1781: Thomas Sanders [51]
  • 1782: Tobias Hippesley [51]
  • 1783: John Bellars [51]
  • 1784: John Hawkins [51]
  • 1785: Thomas Falkner, of Morcott[52]
  • 1786: Thomas Baines of Uppingham [53]
  • 1787: George Belgrave of Ridlington [54]
  • 1788: William Belgrave of Uppingham [55]
  • 1789: Benjamin Cramp, of Oakham[56]
  • 1790: Henry O'Brien [51]
  • 1791: Thomas Woods the younger of Brook [57]
  • 1792: James Tiptaft of Braunston [58]
  • 1793: Thomas Barfoot [3]
  • 1794: Thomas Forsyth [3]
  • 1795: Sir Gilbert Heathcote, 4th Baronet of Normanton Hall[59]
  • 1796: Robert Tomlin of Edith Weston [3]
  • 1797: Thomas Hunt of Wing [3]
  • 1798: William Sharrard of Langham [60]
  • 1799: Samuel Reeve of Ketton [3]

1800–1899[edit]

  • 5 February 1800: John Haycock, of Owston, Leicestershire[61]
  • 11 February 1801: William Kemp, of Belton[62]
  • 3 February 1802: William Gilson, of Burleigh[63]
  • 3 February 1803: Joseph Cook, of Edith Weston[64]
  • 1 February 1804: Cotton Thompson, of Ketton[65]
  • 6 February 1805: John Hack, of Clipsham[66]
  • 1 February 1806: Thomas Hotchkin, of Tixover[67]
  • 4 February 1807: William Shield, of Wing[68]
  • 3 February 1808: Thomas Bryan, of Stoke[69]
  • 6 February 1809: Abel Walford Bellaers, of Bulmerthorpe[70]
  • 31 January 1810: William Gillson, of Wing[71]
  • 8 February 1811: Hon. George Watson, of Rockingham Castle[72]
  • 24 January 1812: Gerard Noel Noel, of Exton Park[73]
  • 10 February 1813: Stafford O'Brien, of Glaiston[74]
  • 4 February 1814: George Fludyer, of Ayston[75]
  • 13 February 1815: Samuel Barker, of Lyndon[76]
  • 1816: John Cole Gilson of Berley [77]
  • 1817: Thomas Faulkner Baines of Morcott [3]
  • 1818: Robert Peach of Lyddington [3]
  • 1819: James Tiptaft of Braunston [3]
  • 1820: Robert Sheild of Wing [3]
  • 1821: William Lawrence of Preston [3]
  • 1822: Thomas Floar of Whissendine [3]
  • 1823: Thomas Thompson of Tinwell [78]
  • 1824: John Morris of North Luffenham [79]
  • 1825: John Neal of Belton [80]
  • 1826: Thomas Hill of Uppingham [81]
  • 1827: Thomas John Bryan of Stoke Dry [82]
  • 1828: Thomas Walker of Liddington [83]
  • 1829: George Finch of Burley [3]
  • 1830: John Eagleton, of South Luffenham[84]
  • 1831: Thomas Birch Reynardson, of Essendine[85]
  • 1832: William Gilford of North Luffenham[86]
  • 1833: John Muxloe Wingfield of Market Overton[87]
  • 1834: Edward Watson Smyth of Gunthorpe[88]
  • 1835: Godfrey Kemp of Belton[89]
  • 1836: Richard Wade of Uppingham[90]
  • 1837: John Stokes of Caldecott[91]
  • 1838: Matthew Laxton of Greetham[92]
  • 1839: John Monkton of Seaton[93]
  • 1840: Samuel Richard Fydell of Morcott[94]
  • 1841: Joseph Tomblin of Leighfield[95]
  • 1842: Richard Westbrook Baker of Cottesmore[96]
  • 1843: George Fludyer of Ayston Hall[97]
  • 1844: Charles Grantham of Ketton[98]
  • 1845: Henry Bennet Pierrepont of Ryhall[99]
  • 1846: John Gilson of Wing[100]
  • 1847: Richard Lucas of Edith Weston Hall[101]
  • 1848: Hon. Charles George Noel, Viscount Campden of Flitteriss Park[102]
  • 1849: John Thomas Springthorpe of Manton[103]
  • 1850: Hon. William Middleton Noel of Ketton[104]
  • 1851: John Moore Paget of Clipsham[105]
  • 1852: William de Capell Brooke of Martinsthorpe[106]
  • 1853: John Parker of Preston[107]
  • 1854: Robert Lee Bradshaw of Tinwell[108]
  • 1855: Arthur Heathcoate of Pilton[109]
  • 1856: Clarke Morris of Oakham[110]
  • 1857: Ayscough Smith of Braunston[111]
  • 1858: William Rudkin Morris of North Luffenham[112]
  • 1859: Edward Henry Cradock Monckton, of Seaton[113]
  • 1860: Samuel Hunt of Ketton[114]
  • 1861: William Fludyer of Ayston Hall[115]
  • 1862: William Evans-Freke, 8th Baron Carbery[116]
  • 1863: Hon. Henry Lewis Noel of Exton Park[117]
  • 1864: Charles Ormston Eaton of Tixover[118]
  • 1865: William Gilford of North Luffenham[119]
  • 1866: William Wing[120]
  • 1867: Edward Nathaniel Conant of Lyndon [121]
  • 1868: Robert Heathcote of North Luffenham [122]
  • 1869: Richard Septimus Wilkinson of Manton [123]
  • 1870: George Dawson Rowley, of Morcott [3]
  • 1871: John Harry Lee Wingfield [24]
  • 1872: Charles Cave John Orme of Oakham [3]
  • 1873: Francis Heathcote of Pilton [3]
  • 1874: Thomas John Stafford Hotchkin of South Luffenham [3]
  • 1875: William Belgrave of Preston [3]
  • 1876: Edward Frewen of Braunston [3]
  • 1877: John Turner Hopwood, of Ketton [3]
  • 1878: George Gerard Charles Fenwick of Morcott [3]
  • 1879: Edward Sharrard Calcraft Kennedy of Whissendine [3]
  • 1880: Westley Richards of Ashwell [3]
  • 1881: The Hon Francis Pierremont Cecil of Stocken Hall on active naval service and replaced April 1881 by Richard Tryon of Oakham
  • 1882: John William Handley Davenport-Handley of Clipsham[124]
  • 1883: Edward Philip Monckton[125]
  • 1884: William Gore Marshall of Hambleton[126]
  • 1885: William Cunliffe Gosling of Oakham[127]
  • 1886: Frederick Gordon Blair of Ashwell[128]
  • 1887: Arthur Morrice Blake of Whissendine[129]
  • 1888: Robert Neill of Wing[130]
  • 1889: Blake Alexander Hankey of Essendine, Stamford[131]
  • 1890: Edward Worrall of Wing Oakham,[132]
  • 1891: George Fydell Rowley of Morcott, Uppingham[133]
  • 1892: Evan Hanbury of Braunston, Oakham [134]
  • 1893: Francis John Berry of Wing, Oakham [135]
  • 1894: William Baird of Oakham [136]
  • 1895: Colonel Charles Birch Reynardson of Essendine, Stamford [137]
  • 1896: George Whyatt Worrall of Wing, Oakham [138]
  • 1897: Henry Clarke Jervoise of Langham[139]
  • 1898: The Honourable William Charles Wentworth Fitzwilliam, of Barnsdale, near Oakham.[140]
  • 1899: Arthur Richard de Capell Brooke 1st and last Baron Brooke of Oakley[141]

1900–1973[edit]

  • 1900: Sir Arthur John Fludyer, 5th Baronet of Ayston Hall, Uppingham[142]
  • 1901: William Henry Neill of the Grange, Wing, Oakham[143]
  • 1902: Ernest Lucas Braithwaite of Edith Weston Hall[144]
  • 1903: Rodolf Alexander Hankey of Essendine [3]
  • 1904: Thomas Henry Burroughes of Ketton [3]
  • 1905: Richard Roger Hollins of Ketton [3]
  • 1906: Hubert Francis Joseph Eaton [3]
  • 1907: Ernest William Proby Conant [3]
  • 1908: George Hunt, of Tinwell [3]
  • 1909: William Belgrave of Preston [3]
  • 1910: Sir Edward Geoffrey Broardley Palmer, 10th Baronet of Withcote [3]
  • 1911: Major John Maurice Wingfield of Tickencote [3]
  • 1912: Stafford Vere Hotchkin of Woodhall Spa [3]
  • 1913: Seymour Pleydell Bouverie of Whissendine [3]
  • 1914: Ernest Guy Fenwick of North Luffenham [3]
  • 1915: Owen Hugh Smith of Langham [3]
  • 1916-1919: John Edward Corby of Belton [3]
  • 1920: Arthur William Hickling of The Old Hall, Wing, Oakham[145]
  • 1921: Harry Simpson Gee of Teigh [3]
  • 1922: Thomas Casswell Molesworth of Ketton [3]
  • 1923: David Needham Royce of Oakham [3]
  • 1924: Frederick Thomas Walker of Norton Lees, Sheffield [3]
  • 1925: William James Baird of Oakham [3]
  • 1926: Wilfred Henry Montgomery Finch of Burley-on-the-Hill [3]
  • 1927: Roger John Edward Conant, Bt of Lyndon [3]
  • 1928: John Burnaby-Atkins of Tolethorpe [3]
  • 1929: John Davenport–Handley–Humphreys, of Clipsham [3]
  • 1930: Cecil Gorham Gee of Rothley [3]
  • 1931: Lawrence Kimball of Barleythorpe [3]
  • 1932: Vere Finch of Manton [3]
  • 1933: Lt Col Denis Plantagenet Tollemache of Manton [3]
  • 1934: Major Charles Noel Newton of Ashwell Grange [3]
  • 1935: Major William Willmott Mawson of Uppingham [3]
  • 1936: Colonel Robert Evelyn Manners Heathcote of Manton [3]
  • 1937: Captain Samuel Alexander Watt of Gunthorpe [3]
  • 1938: George Kenneth Fordham Ruddle of Langham [3]
  • 1939: Samuel Ernest Chesterman of Wing [3]
  • 1940: Captain James Arthur Hornsby of Ashwell [3]
  • 1941: Arthur Hawley of Lyndon [3]
  • 1942: Dr Astley Clarke of Lyddington [3]
  • 1943: W/Cdr James William Ogilvy Dalgleish of Barleythorpe [3]
  • 1944: Cecil Allerton Greville Mawson of Belton [3]
  • 1945: Vere Chaplin of Clipsham [3]
  • 1946: Captain Clarence Campbell Whadcoat of Langham [3]
  • 1947: William Melville Codrington of Preston [3]
  • 1948: Colonel Rowland Pickering Spence of Braunston [3]
  • 1949: Sir Henry Saxon Tate, 5th Baronet of Withcote [3]
  • 1950: Lt Col Mansell Halkett Jackson of Ashwell [3]
  • 1951: Major Herbert Egerton Whaley of Ashwell [3]
  • 1952: Captain Thomas Charles Stanley Haywood of Gunthorpe [3]
  • 1953: Michael Auriol Buxton of Langham [3]
  • 1954: David John Davenport-Handley of Clipsham [3]
  • 1955: Air Marshall Sir John Eustace Arthur Baldwin of Ketton [3]
  • 1956: Hon Robert Oliver Fitzroy of Stoke Dry (later 2nd Viscount Daventry) [3]
  • 1957: Colonel Sir Eric Gore-Browne of Glaston [3]
  • 1958: Rear Admiral Stuart Latham Bateson of Ridlington [3]
  • 1959: Rupert Winwood Gossage of Whithcote [3]
  • 1960: Sir John Ernest Michael Conant, 2nd Baronet [3]
  • 1961: Henry Richard Hoare of Wardley [3]
  • 1962: George Somerset Finch of Ayston [3]
  • 1963: Major Robert Hoare of Hambleton [3]
  • 1964: George Hamilton Boyle of Bisbrooke [3]
  • 1965: Lt Col Stephen Theodore Eve of Ashwell [3]
  • 1966: Michael Stafford Goddard Jackson of Tixover [3]
  • 1967: Godfrey Charles Saxton Oliver of Manton [3]
  • 1968: Giles Henry Charles Floyd of Tinwell [3]
  • 1969: Charles Hugh Hoare of The Old Vicarage, Burley, Oakham.[146]
  • 1970: Denis Sydney Player of North Luffenham Hall, near Oakham.[147]
  • 1971: John Giles Charles Gore Browne of Cranford, Lyddington[148]
  • 1972: Captain Richard Miles Micklethwait of Preston Hall, Preston, near Uppingham.[149]
  • 1973: John Michael Moubray of Ridlington House, Ridlington, near Uppingham[150]

High Sheriff[edit]

  • 1997: David Barry Owen of Teigh [3]
  • 1998: Lorna Lee Taylor of Ashwell [3]
  • 1999: Lady Wendy Margaret Lancaster Goldring of Preston [3]
  • 2000: Robert Noel Charles Bingley of Wing [3]
  • 2001: Michael Martin Allen of Brooke [3]
  • 2002: Stuart Geer Paton of Clipsham [3]
  • 2003: Mary Constance Lloyd of Uppingham [3]
  • 2004: Mark Edward Taylor of Manton [3]
  • 2005: Robert Edmund John Boyle of Bisbrooke [3]
  • 2006: Mrs Miranda Lynne Hall of Hambleton[151][152]
  • 2007: Barbara Elizabeth Gilman of Pilton[153]
  • 2008: Thomas Hornby Graham (Tommy) Cooper of Exton[154][155]
  • 2009: Elizabeth Anne Mills of Empingham and Ashwell [3]
  • 2010: Sarah Catharine Forsyth of Uppingham [3]
  • 2011: Peter Outram Lawson of Lyddington[156]
  • 2012: Bartle Grimston Hellyer of Ridlington [3]
  • 2013: Trish Ruddle of Oakham [157]
  • 2014: Air Commodore S Miles D Williamson-Noble of Pickworth, Stamford [157]

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