High Sheriff of Suffolk

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This is a list of Sheriffs and High Sheriffs of Suffolk.

The 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 Sheriff serving the two counties of Norfolk and Suffolk until 1576.

On 1 April 1974, under the provisions of the Local Government Act 1972, the title of Sheriff of Suffolk was retitled High Sheriff of Suffolk.[1]

Sheriff[edit]

Pre-17th century[edit]

17th century[edit]

  • 1600: Anthony Felton, of Playford
  • 1601: Edward Bacon of Shrubland Hall [3]
  • 1602: Sir Edmund Withipol, of Ipswich
  • 1603: Thomas Estotevile, of Dalham
  • 1604: Sir Nicholas Bacon, of Redgrave
  • 1605: Edmund Bokenham, of Great Thornham
  • 1606: Sir Thomas Playters, of Sotterley Hall[6]
  • 1607: Anthony Penning, of Ipswich
  • 1608: John Wentworth, of Somerleyton
  • 1609: Sir Lionel Tollemache of Helmingham (1st term)
  • 1610: Sir Thomas Wingfield, of Letheringham
    Sir George Le Hunt, of Bredfield
  • 1611: Thomas Tilney, of Shelley
  • 1612: Sir Calthrop Parker of Arwerton
  • 1613: Sir Martin Estotevile, of Dalham
  • 1614: Sir Robert Brooke, of Yoxford
  • 1615: Sir Robert Barker of Trimley
  • 1616: Thomas Clench of Holbrooke
  • 1617: Sir Lionel Tollemache, 1st Baronet of Helmingham (2nd term)
  • 1618: Sir Edward Lewknor of Denham
  • 1619: Sir John Wentworth of Somerleyton
  • 1620: Sir Henry North, of Wickham Brook
  • 1621: Sir William Spring of Pakenham
  • 1622: William Whettle, of Ampton
  • 1623: Robert Brooke, of Nacton
  • 1624: Sir Nathaniel Barnardiston of Kedington
  • 1625: Geoffrey Pitman, of Woodbridge
  • 1626: Samuel Aylmer, of Claydon
  • 1627: Sir John Prescot, of Hoxne
  • 1628: Maurice Barrow, of Barningham
  • 1629: Brampton Gurdon of Assington
  • 1630: Sir Henry Bokenham of Great Thornham
  • 1631: John Acton, of Bramford
  • 1632: Sir Robert Crane, 1st Baronet of Chilton
  • 1633: Sir William Soame, of Thurlow
  • 1634: Sir Edmund Bacon, 2nd Baronet of Redgrave
  • 1635: Sir John Barker, 1st Baronet of Trimley
  • 1636: Sir John Rous of Henham
  • 1637: Sir Philip Parker, of Erwarton
  • 1638: Sir Anthony Wingfield, Baronet of Letheringham
    Edward Duke, of Benhall
  • 1639: John Clench, of Creeting
  • 1640: Sir Symonds D'Ewes, of Stowlangtoft
  • 1641: Sir William Spring, 1st Baronet, of Pakenham
  • 1642: Sir William Castleton, Bt of Bury
  • 1643: Maurice Barrow, of Barningham,
  • 1644: John Colton, of Earl Soham
  • 1645: Sir Arthur Jenney, of Knodishall
  • 1646: Thomas Bloss, of Belstead
  • 1647: Thomas Kerridge, of Shelley
  • 1648: Robert Wright, of Wangford
  • 1649: Sir Wiseman Bokenham, of Thornham
  • 1650: Sir William Hervey, of Hengrave
  • 1651: Edward Clarke, of East Bergholt
  • 1652: Sir Robert Coke of Huntingfield (died 1653)
  • 1652: Edward Wennieve, of Brettenham
  • 1653: Robert Cordell of Long Melford
  • 1654: Sir John Barker, Baronet of Trimley
  • 1655: Martin Salter, of Battisford
  • 1656: James Calthorpe, of Ampton
  • 1657: Thomas Baker, of Fressingfield
  • 1658: John Wyard, of Brundish
  • 1659: John Wyard, of Brundish
  • 1660: Sir John Castleton, of Bury
  • 1661: Renold Williams, of Stoke
  • 1662: Joseph Brand of Edwardston
  • 1663: Francis Theobald, of Barking
  • 1664: John Bence, of Ringsfield
  • 12 November 1665: Sir Edmund Bacon, 4th Baronet, of Redgrave [7]
  • 1666: Sir Samuel Barnardiston, 1st Baronet of Brightwell [8]
  • 1667: Jeoffrey Howland, of Covehithe
  • 6 November 1668: John Clerke[9]
  • 25 November 1668: Samuel Blackaby, of Stowmarket[10]
  • 1669: Sir Robert Dicer, 1st Baronet of Ipswich [11]
  • 1670: John Clarke, of Bury
  • 1672: John Risby, of Thorp Morieux
  • 1673: William Soame
  • 1673: Francis Sherwin (replaced November 1673 by William Sherington)[12]
  • 1674-75: Joseph Warner, of Sudbury [13]
  • 1676: William Gibbs of Stoke [14]
  • 1676: George Sterling of Charsfield [15]
  • 1677: John Acton, of Bramford
  • 1678: Sir Willoughby D'Ewes, Bt of Stowlangtoft
  • 1679: Sir John Rous, Bt of Henham
  • 1680: Sir Robert Brooke of Yoxford
  • 1681:
  • 1682: Thomas Waldegrave, of Smallbridge
  • 1683: Thomas Waldegrave, of Smallbridge
  • 1684: Jacob Garrett, of Creeting St. Mary
  • 1685: Sir John Cordell, Bt of Melford
  • 1686: Jeoffery Nightingale
  • 1687: Sir John Castleton, Baronet of Bury
  • 1688: John Clerke, of Bury
  • 1689: Edmund Sheppard, of Campsey Ash
  • 1690: Sir Dudley Cullum, 3rd Baronet of Hardwick House, Hawstead
  • 1691: Sir Joseph Brand, of Edwardston
  • 1692: George Goodday, of Fornham
  • 1693: John Hammond
  • 1694: William Cooke, of Linstead
  • 1695: Daniel Browning
  • 1696:
  • 1697: John Pack, of Stoke Ash
  • 1698: John Cornwallis, of Wingfield
  • 1699: Thomas Aldrich, of Hessett

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18th century[edit]

  • 1700: Samuel Warner, of Parham
  • 1701: Henry Cooper, of Yoxford
  • 1702: John Scrivener, of Sibton
  • 1703: Sir Richard Allen, of Somerleyton, Bt.
  • 1704: Richard Phillips of Ipswich and Edwardstone
  • 1705: Thomas Kerridge, of Shelley
  • 1706: Leicester Martin of Christchurch, Ipswich
  • 1707: Thomas Macro, of Bury
  • 1708: Richard Norton, of Ixworth Abbey
  • 1709: John Sheppard, of Campsey Ash
  • 1710: Stephen Bacon
  • 1711: Thomas Bloss, of Burstall
  • 1712: Francis Coleman, of Hacheson
  • 1713: John Ewer, of Chediston
  • 1714: John Sheppard, of Campsey Ash
  • 1715: Jonathan Myles
  • 1716: Joseph Chaplin, of Bergholt
  • 1717: John Inwood
  • 1718: Edward Clarke, of Bergholt
  • 1719: Nicholas Jacob
  • 1720: Bartholomew Young, of Bradfield
  • 1721: John Pitt of Great Bealings
  • 1722: Sir Jasper Cullum, 4th Baronet, of Hardwick House[17]
  • 1723: John Boggas, of Great Finborough
  • 1724: Gregory Coppinger
  • 1725: Hustings Wilkinson
  • 1726: Thomas Driver, of Earl Stonham
  • 1727: Robert Goodrich
  • 1728: Sir John Playters, of Sotterley Hall, Bt.
  • 1729: Tobias Bloss, of Belstead
  • 1730: Sir Thomas Allen, of Somerleyton, Bt.
  • 1731: Nathaniel Acton, of Hemingston
  • 1732: George Dashwood
  • 1733: Alexander Bence, of Thorington
  • 1734: John Eldred
  • 1735: John Reynolds
  • 1736: John Corrance, of Rougham
  • 1737: Reginald Rabett, of Bramfield
  • 1737: John Cooper of Shimsfield [18]
  • 1738: Sir William Barker, of Ipswich, Bt.
  • 1739: William Acton of Bramford Hall
  • 1740: Edmund Jenney of Bredfield House
  • 1741: Samuel Lucas, of Chelmondiston
  • 1742: Baron Prettyman, of Bacton
  • 1743: Sir John Barker, of Sproughton, Bt.
  • 1744: Robert Leman, of Wickham Market
  • 1745: Charles Scrivener, of Sibton
  • 1746: Philips Colman, of Ipswich
  • 1747: Robert Edgar, of Ipswich
  • 1748: Lamb Barry, of Syleham
  • 1749: Thomas White, of Tattingstone
  • 1750: Richard Oneby, of Lowdham
  • 1751: George Goodday, of Fornham
  • 1752: William Naunton, of Letheringham
  • 1753: Robert Sparrow, of Brandiston
  • 1754: William Jennens (or William Jennings), of Acton
  • 1755: Cooke Freeston, of Mettingham
  • 1756: John Canham, of Milden
  • 1757: Henry Moore, of Kentwell Hall Melford[19]
  • 1758: Robert May, of Sutton [20]
  • 1759: Sir John Rous, of Henham, Bt.
  • 1760: Thomas Thorowgood, of Kersey
  • 1761: Thomas Moseley, of Ousden
  • 1762: Shadrach Brice, of Clare
  • 1763: Ezekiel Sparke, of Walsham-le-Willows
  • 1764: Sir John Blois, of Yoxford
  • 1765: John Golding, of Thorington
  • 1766: Gabriel Trusson, of Kelsall
    William Wollaston, of Great Finborough
  • 1767: William Chapman, of Loudham Hall[21]
  • 1768: Osborn Fuller, of Carlton
  • 1769: Hutchinson Mure, of Great Saxham
  • 1770: Eleazor Davy, of Ubbeston
  • 1771: John Freston Scrivener, of Sibton
  • 1772: Nathaniel Acton, of Bramford
  • 1773: Thomas Maynard, of Wrentham
  • 1774: Edmund Tyrell, of Gipping
  • 1775: Richard Moore, of Kentwell Hall [19]
  • 1776: John Frere of Bacton [22]
  • 1777: Robert Sparrow of Worlingham Hall
  • 1778: Reginald Rabett, of Bramfield
  • 1779: John Sheppard, of Campsey Ash
  • 1780: Samuel Rush, of Benhall
  • 1781: Sir Charles Kent, 1st Baronet of Fornham [23]
  • 1782: William Middleton of Crowfield
  • 1783: Robert Trotman, of Ipswich
  • 1784: John Wennieve, of Brettenham
  • 1785: Sir Thomas Gooch, 4th Baronet, of Benacre [24]
  • 1786: James Sewell, of Strutton [25]
  • 1787: John Meadows Theobald of Henley [26]
  • 1788: Sir Thomas Charles Bunbury, of Barton, Bt.
  • 1789: Nathaniel Lee Acton, of Livermere
  • 1790: Miles Barne of Sotterley Hall
  • 1791: Sir William Rowley, of Stoke[27]
  • 1792: Alexander Adair, of Flixton
  • 1793: George Doughty, of Leiston
  • 1794: Charles Purvis, of Darsham
  • 1795: Jacob Whitbread, of Loudham
  • 1796: John Clayton, of Sibton
  • 1797: Chaloner Arcedeckne of Glemham
  • 1798: John Sheppard, of Campsey Ash
  • 1799: George Rush, of Benhall

19th century[edit]

20th century[edit]

  • 1901: John Dupuis Cobbold of Holywell [115]
  • 1902: Henry Edmund Buxton, of Fritton, Great Yarmouth [116]
  • 1903: The Honourable Stanhope Alfred Tollemache, of Bentley and Northleigh, Ipswich [117]
  • 1904: Lieutenant - Colonel Alfred George Lucas, of Lowestoft[118]
  • 1905: Ralph Barrett Macnaghten Blois, 9th Baronet of Cockfield Hall, Yoxford [119]
  • 1906: George Arthur Paley, of Ampton Hall, near Bury St. Edmunds [120]
  • 1907: Duncan Parker, of Clopton Hall, Rattlesden, near Bury St. Edmunds[121]
  • 1908: Sir Henry Charles John Bunbury, Bt. of The Woodlands, Mildenhall[122]
  • 1909: Almeric Paget of Brandon Park
  • 1910: Sir Frederick Adair, Bt
  • 1911: Sir Thomas Vere Sherlock Gooch, Bt [123]
  • 1912: Frederick Charles Ulick Vernon-Wentworth, CB of Black Heath, Friston, Saxmundham [124]
  • 1913: Arthur Maitland Wilson of Stowlangtoft, near Bury St. Edmunds [125]
  • 1914: William Evelyn Long of Hurts Hall, Saxmundham [126]
  • 1915: George Espec John Manners of Fornham Park, Bury St. Edmunds [127]
  • 1916: The Rt. Hon. Frederick Archibald Charles, 6th Baron Rendlesham of Rendlesham Hall [128]
  • 1917: Glencairn Stuart Ogilvie of Sizewell Hall, near Leiston [129]
  • 1918: Charles Pettiward of Finborough Hall [130]
  • 1919: Francis Egbert Hollond of Leiston Old Abbey, Leiston [131]
  • 1920: Sir Gerald Hemmington Ryan, Bt. of Hintlesham Hall, Ipswich[132]
  • 1921: Capt. Robert Leatham Barclay of Higham, Bury St. Edmunds [133]
  • 1922: Sir George William Agnew, Bt of Rougham Hall[134]
  • 1923: Sir (Alfred) Collingwood Hughes, Bt. of The Lodge, East Bergholt[135]
  • 1924: Sir (Henry) Herbert Hambling, Bt. of Rookery Park, Yoxford [136]
  • 1925: Col. William Geoffrey Carwardine-Probert of Bevills Hall. Bures St. Mary[137]
  • 1926: John Soame Austen of Plumpton House, Whepstead, Bury St. Edmunds [138]
  • 1927: Sir Pierce Thomas Lacy, Bt. of Ampton Hall, Bury St. Edmunds[139]
  • 1928: Brigadier-General Samuel Eyre Massy Lloyd of Westwood House, Ipswich [140]
  • 1929: Brigadier-General Archibald Fraser Home, of Cavenham Park, Mildenhall[141]
  • 1930: Lieut.-Col. Harold Everard Hambro of Coldham Hall, Stanningfield, Bury St. Edmunds[142]
  • 1931: Sir Arthur Churchman, Bt[143]
  • 1932: Captain The Hon. James St. Vincent Broke Saumarez of Broke Hall, Nacton, Ipswich[144]
  • 1933: Algernon Henry Mackworth Praed, of Ousden Hall, Newmarket[145]
  • 1934: John Murray Cobbold of Glemham Hall, Wickham Market[146]
  • 1935: Sir Christopher Boyd William Magnay, Bt., of Saxham Hall, Bury St. Edmund's[147]
  • 1936: Sir Charles Henry Napier Bunbury, 11th Baronet[148]
  • 1937: Edward Lambert Gosling of Herringswell Manor, Mildenhall[149]
  • 1938: Stuart Paul of Freston Lodge, Ipswich [150]
  • 1939: Lieut.-Col. James William Royce Tomkin, of Little Haugh Hall, Norton, Bury St. Edmunds [151]
  • 1940: Francis Lawrence Bland of Rookwood, Copdock, Ipswich [152]
  • 1941: Harold Patrick Martin of Nether Hall, Pakenham, Bury St. Edmunds [153]
  • 1942: Captain Frank Guy Clavering Fison of Stutton Hall, Ipswich[154]
  • 1943: Lieut.-Col. James Archibald Innes of Horringer Manor, Bury St Edmunds[155]
  • 1944: Major Durham Simpson Matthews of Lanwades Park, Moulton, Newmarket.[156]
  • 1945: Captain Edward Halifax Weller-Poley of Boxted Hall, Bury St. Edmunds.[157]
  • 1946: Major Sir John Stuart Agnew, Bt., of Rougham, Bury St. Edmunds[158]
  • 1947: Colonel Sir Edward Courtenay Thomas Warner, Bt., of The Hall, Brettenham[159]
  • 1948: Captain George Marcus Tomline Pretyman of Orwell Park House, Ipswich.[160]
  • 1949: Peter Temple Chevallier of Nedging Hall.[161]
  • 1950: Sir Robert Eric Sherlock Gooch, 11th Bt. of Benacre Hall [123]
  • 1951: John Gibson Jarvie, Gedding Hall, Suffolk[162]
  • 1952: Thomas Maltby Bland of Rookwood, Copdock, near Ipswich.[163]
  • 1953: Lieut-General Sir (Robert) Harold Carrington of Edwardstone House, Boxford[164]
  • 1954: Lieut.-Commander Alistair Philip Cobbold, R.N.V.R. of Belstead Brook, Ipswich[165]
  • 1955: Major The Honourable James Perrott Philipps of Dalham Hall, Newmarket[166]
  • 1956: Brian Sherlock Gooch [123]
  • 1957: Harold Charles Drayton of Plumton Hall, Whepstead, Bury St. Edmunds.[167]
  • 1958: Lieut-Colonel John Edward Michael Bland of Little Hall, Stutton, near Ipswich.[168]
  • 1959: Theodore David Barclay of Desnage Lodge, Higham, Bury St Edmunds [169]
  • 1960: David Stanley Pierson of Abbey Oaks, Sproughton, Ipswich [170]
  • 1961: Ronald Arthur Vestey of The Hall, Great Thurlow, Haverhill.[171]
  • 1962: Alfred Joseph Samson of Northcliffe, Maybush Lane, Felixstowe.[172]
  • 1963: John Shuldham Schreiber of Marlesford Hall, Woodbridge[173]
  • 1964: Lieut-Colonel Sir George Arthur Falconer of The Old Rectory, Whatfield, near Ipswich.[174]
  • 1965: Major John Hallifax Weller-Poley of Boxted Hall, Bury St. Edmunds.[175]
  • 1966: Captain Sir Peter McClintock Greenwell, Bt. of Butley Abbey Farm, Woodbridge.[176]
  • 1967: Major-General Sir Victor Paley of The Chestnuts, Great Barton, Bury St. Edmunds[177]
  • 1968: Charles Selwyn Pryor of Great Lodge, Framlingham, Woodbridge[178]
  • 1969: Brigadier James Robert Travers Aldous of Hitcham House, Hitcham, Ipswich.[179]
  • 1970: eoffrey Hamilton Paul of Kirton Lodge, Kirton, near Ipswich.[180]
  • 1971: Sir Joshua Francis Rowley, Bt., of The Cottage, Stoke-by-Nayland.[181]
  • 1972: Sir John William Napier Bunbury, Bt.[182]
  • 1973: Alastair Ernest Henderson of Tostock Place, Tostock, Bury St. Edmunds.[183]

High Sheriff[edit]

20th century[edit]

  • 1974: The Hon. Peter Algernon Strutt of Stutton Hall, Stutton, Ipswich.[184]
  • 1975: Richard Stephen Ryder of Great Bradley Hall, Newmarket.[185]
  • 1976: The Hon. Charles Brodrick Amyass Bernard of By the Crossways, Kelsale, Saxmundham.[186]
  • 1977: David Rutherfurd Dickson of Barrow Lodge, Bury St. Edmunds [187]
  • 1978: Lieut-Colonel James Michael Heigham Royce Tomkin of The Red House, Wissett, Halesworth.[188]
  • 1979: Air Commodore The Hon. Sir Peter Beckford Rutgers Vanneck of White Lodge, Waldringfield, Woodbridge [189]
  • 1980: Lieut-Colonel Richard Harlackenden Carwardine Probert of Bevills, Bures.[190][191]
  • 1981: Captain Robin John Sheepshanks of The Rookery, Eyke, Woodbridge.[192]
  • 1982: Roger Hewitt Paul of Brundish Lodge, Woodbridge [193]
  • 1983: Major Walter John Blencowe Bridge of Broom Hall, Bradfield St. George, Bury St Edmunds.[194]
  • 1984: Nicholas Longe of Grange Farm, Hasketon, Woodbridge.[195]
  • 1985: Captain Christopher Baldwin Hughes Wake-Walker, RN, of East Bergholt Lodge, East Bergholt[196]
  • 1986: Henry Francis Arnold Engleheart of The Priory, Stoke-by-Nayland.[197]
  • 1987: Hugh Ludlow Philbrick of The Cottage, Great Bealings, Woodbridge.[198]
  • 1988: Robin James Upton of Park Farm, Herringswell, Bury St. Edmunds.[199]
  • 1989: Rodney John Derek Blois of Cockfield Hall, Yoxford near Saxmundham [200]
  • 1990: George William Paul of Wherstead, Ipswich [201]
  • 1991: Merelina Mary Phyllis MacRae of Hatchery House, Little Mill Lane, Barrow, Bury St Edmunds[202]
  • 1992: William Le Grand Jacob of Brook House, Cumberland Street, Woodbridge[203]
  • 1993: Major Carol James Hay Gurney.[204]
  • 1994: Brigadier Adam Brampton Douglas Gurdon, C.B.E. of Burgh House, Woodbridge[205]
  • 1995: Sir Richard William Hyde Parker, Bt., of Melford Hall, Long Melford.[206]
  • 1996: John Kerr of Blaxhall Hall, Little Glemham, Woodbridge[207]
  • 1997: Jonathan Martin Paul of Freston, Ipswich [208]
  • 1998: The Hon. Patrick Vavasseur Fisher of Kilverstone Hall, Thetford, Norfolk.[209]
  • 1999: Colonel David Henry Charles Gordon Lennox, Saxham Hall, Great Saxham, Bury St Edmunds [210]

21st century[edit]

See also[edit]

High Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk

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