High Sheriff of Shropshire

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This is a list of Sheriffs and High Sheriffs of Shropshire

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. The High Sheriff changes every March. From 1204 to 1344 the Sheriff of Staffordshire served also as the Sheriff of Shropshire.

Under the provisions of the Local Government Act 1972, on 1 April 1974 the office previously known as Sheriff was retitled High Sheriff.[1] The High Sheriff changes every March.

Sheriff[edit]

11th century[edit]

  • Warin the Bald
  • c.1086 Rainald De Balliol, De Knightley (1040–1086)
  • 1102 Hugh (son of Warin)

12th century[edit]

  • -1114: Alan fitz Flaad (died 1114)
  • 1127–1137: Pain fitzJohn (died 1137)
  • 1137–1138: William Fitz Alan (exiled 1138)
  • 1155–1159: William Fitz Alan (died 1160)
  • 1160–1165: Guy le Strange
  • 1166–1169: Geoffrey de Vere
  • 1170:Geoffrey de Vere and William Clericus
  • 1171–1179: Guy le Strange
  • 1180–1189: Hugh Pantulf, 4th Baron of Wem
  • 1190–1201: William fitz Alan II (died 1210)

13th and 14th centuries[edit]

  • 1377: Sir John Burley
  • 1377: Sir Bryan Cornwall of Burford, Shropshire
  • 1378: John Ludlow
  • 1379: John de Drayton
  • 1380: Roger Hord
  • 1381: John Shery
  • 1382: Edward Acton of Longnor
  • 1383: John de Stepulton
  • 1384: Edward Acton of Longnor
  • 1386: Nicholas de Sandford
  • 1387: Robert de Lee
  • 1388: John de la Pole (alias Mowetho), of Mawddwy and Wattlesborough
  • 1388: Robert de Ludlow
  • 1389: Edward Acton of Longnor
  • 1390: John de Stepulton
  • 1391: Sir William Hugford of Apley, Salop and Wilden, Beds
  • 1392: Henry de Winesbury
  • 1393: John de Eyton of Eyton upon the Weald Moors[2]
  • 1394: Thomas de Lee of South Bache in Diddlebury
  • 1395: William Worthie
  • 1396: Sir William Hugford of Apley, Salop and Wilden, Beds
  • 1397–1398: Adamus de Pashal
  • 1399: John Cornwall of Kinlet

15th century[edit]

  • 1400: Sir William Hugford of Apley, Salop and Wilden, Beds
  • 1401–1402: John Darras of Sidbury and Neenton[3]
  • 1402–1403: Thomas Newport of High Ercall Hall
  • 1403: Sir John Cornwall of Kinlet
  • 1405: Thomas de Whitton of Whitton near Burford
  • 1405: Sir John Cornwall of Kinlet
  • 1406: William Brounshul
  • 1407: John Burley of Broomscraft Castle
  • 1408: Sir Roger Acton
  • 1409: Edward Sprenghose of Plaish[4]
  • 1410: Robert Tiptrot
  • 1413–1415: Sir Robert Corbet of Hadley
  • 1415: Sir Richard Lacon of Lacon and Willey[5]
  • 1416: George Hawkstone of Hawkstone
  • 1417: William Ludlow
  • 1418: Adam Peshale
  • 1419: Sir Robert Corbet of Moreton Corbet castle (died in office, 1420)
  • 1420–1422: John Bruyn of Bridgnorth
  • 1423: Hugo Harnage of Belswardyne and Sheinton
  • 1424: Thomas le Strange
  • 1425: William Burley
  • 1426: Thomas Corbet of Leigh[6]
  • 1427: William Lichfield
  • 1428: John Wynnesbury of Winsbury and Glazeley, Salop and Pillaton Hall in Penkridge, Staffs
  • 1429: Hugh Burgh of Wattlesborough and Dinas Mawddwy, Merionethshire (died 1430) and Thomas Hopton of Rockhill
  • 1430: Richard Archer
  • 1431: John Bruyn of Bridgnorth
  • 1432: John Ludlow
  • 1433: Thomas Corbet de Ley
  • 1434: Hugo Cresset of Upton Cressett
  • 1435: Robert Inglefield of Berkshire
  • 1436: William Ludlow
  • 1437: William Lichfield
  • 1438: Humphrey Low
  • 1439–1440: Nicholas Eyton of Eyton Hall, near Wellington[2]
  • 1441: John Burgh
  • 1442: William Ludlow
  • 1443: Thomas Corbet
  • 1444: Nicholas Eyton
  • 1445: Hugo Cresset
  • 1446: Sir Fulk Sprenghose of Plaish[4]
  • 1447: William Ludlow
  • 1448: John Burgh
  • 1449: Roger Eyton
  • 1450: Thomas Herbert of Chirbury
  • 1451: Sir William Lakyn of Willey[5]
  • 1452: John Burgh
  • 1453: Robert Corbet
  • 1454: Nicholas Eyton
  • 1455: William Mitton
  • 1456: Thomas Hord
  • 1457: Fulk Sprencheaux
  • 1459: Sir Thomas Cornwall of Burford, Shropshire
  • 1460: Robert Corbet
  • 1461: Sir Humphrey Blount Kt. of Kinlet Hall
  • 1462–1463: Sir Roger Kynaston Kt of Hordley
  • 1464: John Burgh
  • 1465: Richard Lee
  • 1466: Robert Eyton
  • 1467: Sir Humphrey Blount Kt. of Kinlet Hall
  • 1468: John Leighton of Watlesbury
  • 1469: Robert Cresset of Upton Cressett
  • 1470: Roger Kinaston (arm.)
  • 1471: Roger Kinaston (mil.)
  • 1472: Robert Charlton
  • 1473: William Newport of High Ercall Hall
  • 1474: John Leighton
  • 1475: Sir Humphrey Blount Kt. of Kinlet Hall
  • 1476: John Heuui
  • 1477: Richard Lakin of Willey[5]
  • 1478: Richard Ludlow
  • 1479: Richard Lee (grandson of Robert, HS 1387)
  • 1480: Sir Thomas Blount of Kinlet Hall[5]
  • 1481: John Harley
  • 1482: John Leighton
  • 1483: Thomas Mytton
  • 1484: Thomas Hord
  • 1485: Robert Cresset and Gilbert Talbot
  • 1486: John Talbot
  • 1487: Richard Laken
  • 1488: Thomas Hord
  • 1489: Edward Blount
  • 1490: Richard Ludlow
  • 1491: John Newport of High Ercall Hall
  • 1492: William Young of Kenton
  • 1493: Edward Blount
  • 1494: Thomas Blount
  • 1495: Thomas Leighton and Richard Lee
  • 1496: Richard Lee
  • 1497: Thomas Screvin
  • 1498: Richard Laken
  • 1499: Richard Harley

16th century[edit]

17th century[edit]

18th century[edit]

  • 1700: Sir Robert Corbet, 4th Baronet of Adderley and Stoke[36]
  • 1701: Thomas Pardoe of Faintree [37]
  • 1702: Edward Cressett of Cound
  • 1703: Henry Biggs [38] (afterwards High Sheriff of Montgomeryshire, 1704)
  • 1704: Sir William Wynn
  • 1705: Thomas Childe of The Birch, Kinlet[5]
  • 1706: Bartholomew Lutley of Wolverton, Eaton under Heywood[39]
  • 1707: Robert Slaney, of Rudge and Hatton
  • 1708: Roger Owen, of Condover
  • 1709: Robert Burton of Longner, near Shrewsbury [40]
  • 1710: Charles Walcott (or Walcot) of Walcot [41]
  • 1711: Richard Cresswell [42]
  • 1712: William Fowler [43]
  • 1713: William Tayleur of Rodington [29] (son of John, HS 1691)
  • 1714: Bulkley Mackworth [44]
  • 1715: William Church[44]
  • 1716: Sir John Wolryche, 4th Baronet [30]
  • 1717:
  • 1718: Thomas Hunt of Plaish[4]
  • 1719:
  • 1720: Edward Jorden of Pripor's Leigh[45]
  • 1721: John Kynnersley of Badger Hall, near Bridgnorth[16]
  • 1722: Bromwich Pope of Wolstanton [46]
  • 1723: William Cludde of Orleton[47]
  • 1724: Richard Oakeley of Oakeley[48]
  • 1725: Francis Walker
  • 1726: Richard Leighton, of Rodenhurst [49]
  • 1727: Sir Edward Leighton, 2nd Baronet [50]
  • 1728: Sir Whitmore Acton, 4th Baronet of Aldenham Hall
  • 1729: Thomas Jenkins of Chorton Hill [51]
  • 1730: Thomas Harries of Weston Lizard [45]
  • 1731: Grey James Grove of Pool Hall, Alveley [52]
  • 1732: Sir Rowland Hill, Bt[53]
  • 1733: Thomas Lloyd of Heightley [54]
  • 1734: Thomas Beal [55]
  • 1735:
  • 1736:
  • 1737: John Powell of Worthin [56]
  • 1738: Adam Ottley of Pitchford Hall[57]
  • 1739:
  • 1740: Richard Staler, of Pepperhill [58]
  • 1741: Thomas Eyton of Eyton Hall, near Wellington[2]
  • 1742: Revel Moreton of Sheffnell [59]
  • 1743:
  • 1744: William Tayleur of Shrewsbury [60]
  • 1745: Thomas Jones of Shrewsbury [61]
  • 1746: George Weld of Willey Park[62]
  • 1747: Sir Hugh Brigges Bt. of Haughton Hall, Shifnal
  • 1748: Job Charlton of Park [63]
  • 1749: Charlton Leighton [64]
  • 1750:
  • 1751: Sir Richard Acton, 5th Baronet of Aldenham Hall
  • 1752: Thomas Sandford of Sandford [30]
  • 1753: Rowland Wingfield of Onslow[9]
  • 1754: Edward Pemberton of Wrockwardine [47]
  • 1755: Francis Turner Blythe, of Shrewsbury [65]
  • 1756: Anthony Kinnersly of Leighton [66]
  • 1757: St John Charlton of Apley Castle [19]
  • 1758: John Amler of Ford House, Ford[67]
  • 1759: Samuel Griffith of Dinthill [68]
  • 1760: John Smitheman of Madeley Wood, and Later of West Coppice, Buildwas[69]
  • 1761:
  • 1762: Thomas Powis of Great Berwick[70]
  • 1763: Thomas Burton [71]
  • 1764: Edward Rogers [72]
  • 1765:
  • 1766:
  • 1767: Thomas Ottley of Pitchford Hall[73]
  • 1768:
  • 1769:
  • 1770: Richard Morhall of Onslow [74]
  • 1771:
  • 1772: Nicholas Smythe, of Nibley
  • 1773:
  • 1774: Robert Pigott of Chetwynd Hall, Newport[7]
  • 1775: John Charlton Kinchant of Park Hall [75]
  • 1776:
  • 1777:
  • 1778: Sir Robert Corbet Kt.
  • 1779: Thomas Eyton of Eyton Hall, near Wellington[2]
  • 1780:
  • 1781: Edward Charles Windsor [76]
  • 1782: Charles Walcott of Walcot Hall[76]
  • 1783: Isaac Hawkins Browne of Badger Hall, near Bridgnorth[16]
  • 1784: William Child [76]
  • 1785: Robert More of Linley[77]
  • 1785: John Sparling of Petton [78]
  • 1786: Sir Robert Leighton, 5th Baronet [79]
  • 1787: John Robert Lloyd of Aston [80]
  • 1787: Humphrey Sandford [30]
  • 1788: Joseph Muckleston of Prescot [81]
  • 1789: Joseph Oldham, of Cainham[82]
  • 1790:
  • 1791: Thomas Pardoe [76]
  • 1792: Thomas Crompton [76]
  • 1793: John Corbet, of Sundorne[6]
  • 1794:
  • 1795: Henry Bevan of Shrewsbury [83]
  • 1796: Ralph Leeke [84]
  • 1797: William Tayleur of Buntingsdale [29] (son of William, HS 1713)
  • 1798: Sir Andrew Corbet, 1st Baronet
  • 1799: Thomas Dickin [85]

19th century[edit]

20th century[edit]

  • 1900: Frank Bibby of Hardwicke Grange, Hadnall.
  • 1901: John Sidney Burton-Borough of Chetwynd Park, Newport[189]
  • 1902: James Augustine Harvey Thursby-Pelham of Cound Hall, Shrewsbury[190]
  • 1903: William Henry Foster of Apley Park, Bridgnorth[191]
  • 1904: Herbert James Hope-Edwards of Netley, Dorrington, Shrewsbury[192]
  • 1905: Charles Edward Morris of Oxon, near Shrewsbury[193]
  • 1906: Alfred Edmund William Darby of Adcote, near Baswich[194]
  • 1907: Charles Francis Kynaston Mainwaring of Otley Park, Ellesmere[195]
  • 1908: Edward Charles Ayshford Sanford CMG, of Chipley Park, Wellington[196]
  • 1909: Alfred Wynne Corrie of Park Hall, Oswestry[197]
  • 1910: Sir Raymond Robert Tyrwhitt-Wilson Bt (later Baron Berners of Stanley Hall.
  • 1911: Edward Brocklehurst Fielden of Condover Hall, Shrewsbury[198]
  • 1912: Alexander Cowan McCorquodale, of Cound Hall, Shrewsbury[199]
  • 1913: Charles Ralph Borlase Wingfield of Onslow, near Shrewsbury.[200]
  • 1914: Sir William St Andrew Rouse-Boughton Bt. of Downton Hall, Stanton Lacy.
  • 1915: William Swire of Longden Manor, Shrewsbury[201]
  • 1916: James Volant Wheeler of Bitterley Court, Bitterley, Ludlow[202]
  • 1917: John Reid Walker of Ruckley Grange, Shifnal[203]
  • 1918: John Henry Arthur Whitley of Bourton, Much Wenlock[204]
  • 1919: Lt Col Nathaniel Ffarington Eckersley of The Trench, Wem[205]
  • 1920: Henry Ernest Whittaker of Ludford Park, Ludlow[206]
  • 1921: Captain James Whittaker of Winsley Hall, Shrewsbury[207]
  • 1922: Colonel John Robert Howard-McLean of Aston Hall, Shifnal[208]
  • 1923: Alfred Rowland Clegg of Nash Court near Tenbury[209]
  • 1924: Captain Harry Anthony Van Bergen of Ferney Hall, near Craven Arms[210]
  • 1925: Humphrey Sandford, of The Isle, Shrewsbury[211]
  • 1926: Norman William Howard-McLean, of Brereton Hall [212]
  • 1927: Lieut.-Col. Ralph Charles Donaldson - Hudson of Cheswardine, Market Drayton[213]
  • 1928: Major Herbert Rushton Sykes, of Lydham Manor, Bishops Castle.[214]
  • 1929: Capt. Frank Brian Frederic Bibby, of Sansaw, Shrewsbury.[215]
  • 1930: John Arthur Gwynn Sparrow, of Albrighton Hall, Shrewsbury [216]
  • 1931: Lieut.-Col. Harold Platt Sykes, of Longford Hall, Newport [217]
  • 1932: Major Arthur William Foster of Apley Park, Bridgnorth [218]
  • 1933: John Russell Allcroft, of Stokesay Court, Onibury [219]
  • 1934: Sir Offley Wakeman Bt. of Yeaton Peverey House, near Shrewsbury[220]
  • 1935: Robert Orlando Rodolph Kenyon-Slaney of Hatton Grange, Shifnal[221]
  • 1936: Lt Col Hon Francis Henry Cecil Weld-Forrester of Decker Hill, Shifnal[222]
  • 1937: Joseph Eccles, of Halston Hall, Whittington, Oswestry [223]
  • 1938: Col. Charles Reginald Morris-Eyton of Walford Manor, Baschurch, Shrewsbury [224]
  • 1939: Major Charles Morris Threlfall, of Ruyton Manor, Shrewsbury [225]
  • 1940: Sir Edward Hotham Rouse-Boughton Bt. of Downton Hall, Stanton Lacy.
  • 1941: Lieut.-Col. Roger Arthur Mostyn-Owen, of Woodhouse, Oswestry [226]
  • 1942: Major Anthony Charles Stevens Bovill, of Mytton Hall, Montford Bridge, Shrewsbury [227]
  • 1943: Lieut.-Col. John Nicholas Price Wood, of Henley Hall, Ludlow [228]
  • 1944: Major Lawrence Warner Wyld Lees, of Old Hall, Cheswardine, Market Drayton [229]
  • 1945: Lieut.-Colonel George Paton Pollitt of Harnage Grange, Cressage, Shrewsbury [230]
  • 1946: Wiston John Kynnersley-Browne of Leighton Hall, Shrewsbury [231]
  • 1947: Reginald Adam Black, of Prees Hall, Whitchurch [232]
  • 1948: Folliott Sandford Neale, of Berwick House, Shrewsbury [233]
  • 1949: Captain Codrington Gwynne Reid Walker, of Ruckley Grange, Shifnal [234]
  • 1950: Major Reginald Culcheth Holcroft, of Wrentnall House, Pulverbatch, Shrewsbury [235]
  • 1951: Brigadier Sir Alexander Beville Gibbons Stanier, 2nd Baronet of The Citadel, Weston, Shrewsbury.[236]
  • 1952: Lieut-Colonel William Warburton Hayes, of Harcourt, Stanton, Shrewsbury.[237]
  • 1953: Charles Wingfield of Onslow, near Shrewsbury.[238]
  • 1954: Lieut.-Colonel Edward Anthony Fielden of Court of Hill, Ludlow [239]
  • 1955: Arthur Frederick Vavasour McConnell, of Hampton Hall, Worthen [240]
  • 1956: Sir Richard Tihel Leighton Bt. of Loton Park[241]
  • 1957: Col. J.S. Burton Borough[242]
  • 1958: Sir Oliver William Hargreaves Leese Bt., K.C.B., C.B.E., D.S.O., of Lower Hall, Worfield, Bridgnorth.[243]
  • 1959: Captain Richard William Corbett of The Dower House, Longnor, near Shrewsbury.[244]
  • 1960: Arthur Nicholas Fielden, of Cruckton Cottage, Shrewsbury.[245]
  • 1961: Lieut.-Colonel Arthur Patrick Sykes of Lydham Manor, Bishop's Castle.[246]
  • 1962: Brigadier James Norman Ritchie of Yeaton House, Baschurch [247]
  • 1963: Major Edward Fitzhardinge Peyton Gage, of Chyknell, Bridgnorth[248]
  • 1964: Charles Hugh Rogers-Coltman of The Home, Bishop's Castle[249]
  • 1965: Brigadier Gordon Forbes Maclean of Pentreheylin, Maesbrook, Llanymynech.[250]
  • 1966: Lieut.-Colonel Sir John Vincent Corbet, 7th Baronet of Acton Reynald, Shrewsbury.[251]
  • 1967: William Francis Godfrey Plowden of Plowden Hall, Lydbury North.[252]
  • 1968: John Leigh Reed of Sidbury Hall, Bridgnorth.[253]
  • 1969: Peter George Culcheth Holcroft of Eaton Mascott Hall, Berrington, near Shrewsbury.[254]
  • 1970: Major Hubert Robert Holden of Sibdon Castle, Craven Arms.[255]
  • 1971: John Seymour Evan Rocke of Clungunford House, Craven Arms.[256]
  • 1972: Major Francis John Yates, of The Wood, CodsaH Wood, near Wolverhampton [257]
  • 1973: Robert Ivan Kenyon-Slaney of Hatton Grange, Shifnal.[258]

High Sheriffs[edit]

20th century[edit]

  • 1974: Captain John Michael George Lumsden of Henley Hall, Ludlow.[259]
  • 1975: Colonel Guy Mytton Thornycroft, of The Mount, Cressage, near Shrewsbury [260]
  • 1976: Lieut.-Col. Robert Charles Henry Armitstead, of Stoke Court, Greete, Ludlow[261]
  • 1977: Peter Howard Thompson, of Coton Hall, Bridgnorth[262]
  • 1978: John Anthony Fielden, of Court of Hill, Ludlow.[263]
  • 1979: William Simon Rodolph Kenyon-Slaney, of Chyknell, Bridgnorth.[264]
  • 1980: Lieut-Colonel Robert Charles Gilfrid Morris-Eyton, T.D., of Calvington Manor, Newport.[265]
  • 1981: Vesey Martin Edward Holt, of Orleton Hall, Wellington, Telford.[266]
  • 1982: John Cyril Yeoward of Newcastle Court, Clun, Craven Arms[267]
  • 1983: David Langdon Upton Scott, of Harnage Grange, Cressage.[268]
  • 1984: Christopher Ronald Thompson, of Aldenham Park, Morville, near Bridgnorth.[269]
  • 1985: Christopher Stephen Motley, of Chilton Grove, Atcham, near Shrewsbury[270]
  • 1986: Timothy Claud Heywood-Lonsdale, of The Old Laundry, Shavington, Market Drayton.[271]
  • 1987: Algernon Eustace Hugh Heber-Percy[272][273]
  • 1988: Roger Everard Angell-James, of Berwick House, Shrewsbury.[274]
  • 1989: David Robin Bibby Thompson of Sansaw, Clive, Shrewsbury.[275]
  • 1990: Denis Peareth Hornell Lennox, of The Old Mill, Bayton, near Kidderminster, Worcestershire,[276] died and was replaced by Hugh Bernard Meynell, of Brockton Court, Shifnal[277]
  • 1991: Lionel Richard Jebb, of The Lyth, Ellesmere.[278]
  • 1992: Edward Martin Amphlett Thompson, of The Bolt Hole, Six Ashes, Bridgnorth.[279]
  • 1993: Roger Michael Gabb[280]
  • 1994: Jeremy Hugh Gifford Lywood of Ashford Court, Ashford Carbonel, Ludlow.[281]
  • 1995: Nicholas Edward Egerton Stephens of Grafton Lodge, Montford Bridge, Shrewsbury.[282][283]
  • 1996: Timothy William Edward Corbett, Esq., of The Dower House, Longnor, Shrewsbury.[284]
  • 1997: Elizabeth Catherine Weld-Forester, Baroness Forester, of Willey Park[285]
  • 1998: Lindsay Claude Neils Bury, of Millichope Park, Munslow, Craven Arms.[286]
  • 1999: Jonathan Rupert Blakiston Lovegrove-Fielden, of Longden Manor, Pontesford, Shrewsbury[287]

21st century[edit]

  • 2000: Richard Panton Corbett, of Grove Farm House[288]
  • 2001: John Richard Ravenscroft, of The Old Rectory[289]
  • 2002: John Nicholas Richard Neville Bishop, of Shipton Hall[290]
  • 2003: Julian Veronica Morgan, of 1 Silk Mill Lane, Ludlow[291]
  • 2004: Humphrey Salwey CBE TD, of The Lodge, Overton[292]
  • 2005: Michael John Lowe[293]
  • 2006: Anthony Richard Tanner[294]
  • 2007: Meriel Rose Afia LVO[295]
  • 2008: Anne Gee MBE[296]
  • 2009: Anna Turner[297]
  • 2010: Hugh Trevor-Jones[298]
  • 2011: Richard Henry Burbidge OBE DL BA[299]
  • 2012: John Abram of Oswestry [300]
  • 2013: Diana Flint [301]
  • 2014: Robert Bland [302]

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