High Sheriff of Surrey

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List of High Sheriffs of Surrey[edit]

The list of known High Sheriffs of Surrey extends back to 1066.[1] At various times the High Sheriff of Surrey was also High Sheriff of Sussex (1229–1231, 1232–1240, 1242–1567, 1571–1635).

1066–1228[edit]

(High Sheriffs of Surrey only)

1229–1398[edit]

(Sheriffs of Surrey and Sussex)

Henry III (1216–1272)- Continued
  • 1229:
  • 1231: Robert de Shardlow / Henry de Wintershul
  • 1232: Peter de Rivaux / Henry de Chancellis
  • 1234: Simon de Etchingham /Joel de Sancto Germano
  • 1235: Henry of Bath / Simon de Echingham/ Joel de Sancto Germano
  • 1236–37: John de Gatesden / Philip de Crofts
  • 1238: John de Gatesden
  • 1239: John de Gatesdene /Philip de Crofts
  • 1240–1241: Gregory de Oxted
  • 1241: Philip de Crofts
  • 1242–44: Sir Ralph de Camoys
  • 1245–48: Robert le Savage
  • 1249: Nicholas de Wauncy
  • 1252: William and Nicholas de Mucheldovere (Munchcledevr)
  • 1254: Amfred de Fering
  • 1254: William de Mucheldovere
  • 1254: Amfred (Humphrey) de Fering
  • 1255–56: Sir Geoffrey de Cruce
  • 1257: Gerard de Evinton
  • 1258: David de Jarpenville
  • 1259–60: John de Wauton
  • 1261: William la Zouche (William Aquillan) - part
  • 1261: John de Wauton
  • 1263: Roger de Loges
  • 1267: Roger de Aguyllon
  • 1267: Ralph Saunzaver
  • 1267: William de la Leye
  • 1268–69: Roger de Loges
  • 1270–71: Matthew de Hastings

Edward I (1272–1307)

  • 1272–73: Matthew de Hastings
  • 1274: William de Herne
  • 1275–77: John de Wanton
  • 1278–79: Emery de Cancellis
  • 1282: Sir Geoffrey "de" Pickford Kt [Geoffrey of Pitchford]
  • 1280–84: Nicholas le Gras
  • 1285–86: Richard de Pevenese
  • 1287–91: William de Pageham
  • 1292–97: Robert de Glaumorgan
  • 1298–1301: John Abel
  • 1302–03: Walter de Geddinge (John Harneys)
  • 1304–06: Robert de la Knole

Edward II (1307–1327)

  • 1307: Walter de Geddinge
  • 1308–12: William of Henle & Robert de Stangrave/William de Mare
  • 1313–14: Peter de Vienna
  • 1315–16: William de Mare
  • 1317: Walter le Gras
  • 1318: Walter le Gras / Peter de Worldham
  • 1319–20: Peter de Worldham / Henry Hussey
  • 1321: Henry Hussey
  • 1322–23: Nicholas Gentil
  • 1324–26: Peter de Worldham/Andrew Medested

Edward III (1327- 1377)

  • 1327: Nicholas Gentil
  • 1328–30: Nicholas Gentil/Robert de Stangave
  • 1331: John Dabernon
  • 1332–33: William Vaughan
  • 1334–36: William Vaughan/ John Dabernon
  • 1337–38: William Vaughan
  • 1339: Godfrey de Hunston
  • 1340: Godfrey de Hunston/William de Northo
  • 1341: William de Northo/Hugo de Bowsey
  • 1342–43: Andrew Peverel/Hugo de Bowsey
  • 1344: William de Northo
  • 1345–47: Regin de Forrister
  • 1348: Roger Dabernon
  • 1349–51: Thomas Hoo
  • 1352–53: Richard de St Oweyn
  • 1354: Simon de Codington
  • 1355: Roger de Lukenor
  • 1356: William North
  • 1357–59: Thomas de Hoo
  • 1360–62: ???
  • 1363: Simon de Codington
  • 1364: Ranulph Thurnham
  • 1365: John Wayleys
  • 1366: John Weyville
  • 1367–68: Sir Andrew Sackville
  • 1369–70: Ranulph Thurnham
  • 1371: William Neidegate
  • 1372: Roger Dalingrugge
  • 1373: Nicholas Wilcombe of Wappingthorne in Steyning, Sussex
  • 1374: Robert de Loxley
  • 1375: Robert Atte Hele
  • 1376: John St Clere

Richard II (1377–1399)

1399–1509[edit]

(High Sheriffs of Surrey and Sussex)

Henry IV (1399–1412)

Henry V (1412–1422)

  • 1412–13: John Haysham
  • 1414: John Wintershall of Wintershall and Shalford, Surrey
  • 1415: John Clipsham of Imbhams and Guildford, Surrey
  • 1416: John Uvedale of Titsey Place and Wickham Hants
  • 1417: William Weston of Dedswell in Send, Surrey and Hindhall in Buxted, Sussex
  • 1418: James Knotesford
  • 1419: John Clipsham of Imbhams and Guildford, Surrey
  • 1420: John Hace
  • 1421: John Bolvey / James Knotesford

Henry VI (1422–1461)

  • 1422–23:Sir Roger Fiennes of Herstmonceux, Sussex
  • 1424:John Wintershall of Wintershall and Shalford, Surrey
  • 1425:John Clipsham of Imbhams and Guildford, Surrey
  • 1426:Thomas Lewkenor
  • 1427:John Ferriby
  • 1428:William Warbleton
  • 1429:John Wintershall of Wintershall and Shalford, Surrey
  • 1430:William Uvedale of Titsey Place and Wickham Hants
  • 1431:William Finch
  • 1432:Sir Thomas Lewkenor
  • 1433:John Anderne
  • 1434:Richard Waller
  • 1435:Sir Roger Fiennes of Herstmonceux, Sussex
  • 1436:Richard Dalingrugg
  • 1437:John Ferriby
  • 1438: Sir Thomas Uvedale of Titsey Place and Wickham Hants
  • 1439: James Fiennes, 1st Baron Saye and Sele, of Kemsing and Seal[3]
  • 1440:Roger Lewkenor
  • 1441:Nicholas Carew
  • 1442:Walter Strickland
  • 1443:John Stanley
  • 1444:John Basket
  • 1445:Nicholas Carew
  • 1446:Nicholas Husey
  • 1447:William Belknape
  • 1448:Robert Radmill
  • 1449:Nicholas Carew
  • 1450:John Pennycocke
  • 1451:John Lewkenor
  • 1452:Thomas Yard
  • 1453:Sir Richard Fiennes
  • 1454:Walter Devenish
  • 1455:John Knotesford
  • 1456:Sir Thomas Cobham
  • 1457:Nicholas Husey
  • 1458:Thomas Basset
  • 1459: Sir Thomas Tresham
  • 1460:Robert Fiennes

Edward IV (1461–1483)

  • 1461:Nicholas Gainsford
  • 1462-3:Walter Denis
  • 1464:Thomas Goring
  • 1465: Sir Thomas Uvedale of Titsey Place and Wicham Hants
  • 1466:William Cheney
  • 1467:Thomas Vaughan
  • 1468:Sir Roger Lewkenor
  • 1469:Nicholas Gainsford
  • 1470:Richard Lewkenor
  • 1471:Thomas St Leger
  • 1472:John Gainsford
  • 1473:Nicholas Gainsford
  • 1474:Thomas Lewkenor
  • 1475:Thomas Echingham
  • 1476:John Wode
  • 1477:Sir Henry Roos
  • 1478:William Weston
  • 1479:Thomas Combs
  • 1480:John Ebrington
  • 1481:Thomas Fiennes
  • 1482:John Apseley

Richard III (1483–1485)

  • 1483:Sir Henry Roos
  • 1484:John Dudley
  • 1485:John Norbury / Richard Gainsford

Henry VII (1485–1509)

  • 1486:Nicholas Gainsford
  • 1487:Thomas Coombes
  • 1488:William Merston
  • 1489:Robert Morley
  • 1490:John Apseley
  • 1491:Richard Lewkenor
  • 1492:Edward Dawtree
  • 1493:John Leigh
  • 1494:John Coke
  • 1495:John Apseley
  • 1496:Richard Lewkenor
  • 1497:Matthew Brown
  • 1498: Richard Sackville
  • 1499:John Coke
  • 1500:Thomas Ashburnham
  • 1501:John Gainsford
  • 1502:Sir Richard Carew
  • 1503:John Apseley
  • 1504:Rad Shirley
  • 1505:Richard Sackvile
  • 1506:Godfrey Oxenbridge
  • 1507:William Ashburnham
  • 1508:Thomas Morton
  • 1509:Sir Thomas Fiennes

1509–1566[edit]

(High Sheriffs of Surrey and Sussex)

Henry VIII (1509–1546)

Edward VI (1546–1553)

Mary (1553–1558)

Elizabeth I (1558–1603)

  • 1558:Sir Thomas Palmer of Parham, Sussex
  • 1559:John Colepeper
  • 1560:John Stidolph
  • 1561:Henry Goring
  • 1562:William Gresham
  • 1563:Richard Covert
  • 1564:Anthony Pelham
  • 1565:William Dawtry

1566–1635[edit]

(High Sheriffs of Surrey only)

Elizabeth I (1558–1603) – Continued

(High Sheriffs of Surrey and Sussex)

Elizabeth I (1558–1603) – Continued

James I (1603–1625)

  • 1603:Robert Linsey (Livesey)
  • 1604:Sir Henry Goring
  • 1605:Sir Edward Culpeper
  • 1606:Sir Thomas Hoskings
  • 1607:Herbert Morley of Glynde, Sussex
  • 1608:Sir George Gunter
  • 1609:Sir Thomas Hunt
  • 1610:John Lountesford
  • 1611:Edward Bellingham
  • 1612:William Wignall
  • 1613:Edward Goring
  • 1614:Sir John Willdigos
  • 1615:Rola Tropps/Sir John Morgan
  • 1616:Sir John Shirley of Isfield, Sussex
  • 1617:John Middleton
  • 1618:Sir John Howland
  • 1619:Nicholas Eversfield of The Grove, Hollington, Hastings[4]
  • 1620:Richard Michelborne
  • 1621:Sir Francis Leigh of Addington, Surrey
  • 1622:Sir Thomas Springett
  • 1623:Sir Ben Pelham
  • 1624:Ambrose Browne of Betchworth Castle, Dorking, Surrey

Charles I (1625–1649)

1636–1702[edit]

(High Sheriffs of Surrey only)

Charles I (1625–1649) – Continued
  • 1636: Sir Francis Vincent
  • 1636: Sir Anthony Vincent
  • 1637: Nicholas Stoughton of Stoughton, near Guildford, Surrey
  • 1638: Sir John Gresham
  • 1639: Sir John Howland
  • 1640: Thomas Smith
  • 1641: George Price
  • 1642: Sir John Denham
  • 1643–1645: Edmund Jordan
  • 1645: Sir Matthew Brand
  • 1645: Richard Bettinson
  • 1646: William Wymondeshold
  • 1647: John Turner of Ham[6]
  • 1648: Thomas Thorold
  • 1648: Thomas Morton

Commonwealth (1649–1660)

  • 1649: John Carpenter
  • 1650: William Hynde
  • 1650: Thomas Woodward 13 February 1650[7]
  • 1651: Richard Farrand
  • 1652: Edward Knipe
  • 1653: Anthony Smyth of Brackhouse [8] /John Parker/Henry White
  • 1654: Daniel Harvey of Coombe, Surrey
  • 1655: Colonel Thomas Pride
  • 1656: John Blackwell
  • 1657: Thomas Walker
  • 1658: Jeffrey Howland
  • 1659:

Charles II (1660–1685)

  • 1660: Henry Weston
  • 1661: Roger Duncombe
  • 1662: Sir Nicholas Stoughton
  • 1663: Sir Walter Plomer
  • 1664: Sir William Humble
  • 12 November 1665: Sir John Evelyn, 1st Baronet, of Godstone[9]
  • 1666: Dawes Wymondeshold
  • 1667: Sir Richard Stydolph
  • 6 November 1668: Sir William More, 2nd Baronet[10]
  • 25 November 1668: Sir George Woodroffe of Poyle, Seale, Surrey[11]
  • 1669: Sir James Zouche of Woking[12]
  • 1670: Walter More
  • 1671: Ellis Crisp
  • 1672: James Burton
  • 1673: Matthew Andrews then Edward Smyth
  • 1674: Sigismund Syddulph[13]/ Matthew Andrews/ John Appleby
  • 1675: Robert Knightley
  • 1676: Sigismund Syddulph then Thomas Saunders
  • 1677: Sir Edward Bromfield/Anthony Brian of Bermondsey[14] then Thomas Newton
  • 1678: Robert Wilson then Anthony Brian
  • 1679: Sir Robert Hatton
  • 1680: Sigismund Stydolph /Joseph Reeve
  • 1681: Peter Daniel of Clapham, Surrey
  • 1682: Anthony Rawlins
  • 1683: William Inwood
  • 1684: Samuel Lewin
  • 1685: George Turner

James II (1685–1689)

  • 1686: John Weston/George Gore/Morgan Randyll of Chilworth, Surrey
  • 1687: ? Le Cane
  • 1688: Peter de Lannoy/Sigismund Stydolph
  • 1689: Sir Edward Bromfield/George Meggott

William and Mary (1689–1702)

  • 1690: Walter Howland
  • 1691: George Attwood
  • 1692: Michael Edwards
  • 1693: John Buckworth/Thomas Bouroughs/Henry Wheatley
  • 1694: Henry Bartelott
  • 1695: John Pettyward
  • 1696: William Mason
  • 1697: Thomas Lowfield
  • 1698: Edward Budgen
  • 1699: Leonard Wessell of Tadworth Court, Surrey
  • 1700–1701: Robert Corffe/John Shorter

1702–1799[edit]

  • 1702: John Deleau/Edward Woodward/William Woodward of West Dean, near Midhurst
  • 1703: James Tichborne
  • 1704: William Fenwick
  • 1705: William Hammond
  • 1706: Isaac Shard
  • 1707:John Dewey
  • 1708: William Steavens
  • 1709: John Evershed
  • 1710: William Genew/Walter Kent of Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey
  • 1711: John Mitchell
  • 1712: Richard Oldner
  • 1713: Joseph Wandale[15]
  • 1714: James Plume
  • 1715: Joseph Bagnoll
  • 1716: Vincent Sheppard
  • 1717: Sir Charles Cox of Southwark, Surrey/John Vanhattem
  • 1719: Nathaniel Roffey
  • 1719–1720: William Belitha
  • 1721: Wright Woolley/Peter Theobald
  • 1722–1723: John Neale
  • 1724: John Essington of Wandsworth, Surrey[16] then William Nicholl
  • 1726: John Palmer[17]/Sir Thomas Stevens[18]
  • 1727: John Wall
  • 1728: Sir Matthew Decker, Bt of Richmond, Surrey
  • 1729: Samuel Kent of Vauxhall, Surrey
  • 1730: Percival Lewis
  • 1731: Joshua Smith
  • 1732: Ralph Thrale of Streatham (1698–1758), MP, father of Henry Thrale and owner of Anchor Brewery, Southwark[19]
  • 1733: Maltis Ryall
  • 1734: John Copeland
  • 1735: Joseph Chitty
  • 1737: John Rush
  • 1738: William Clarke/Robert Booth
  • 1739: William Browning – Felmonger of Bermondsey. Born 1676 Burton Latimer. Buried 1758 St. Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, where there is a marble memorial.
  • 1740: Benjamin Hayes
  • 1741: Thomas Bevois
  • 1742: Isaac Eles
  • 1744: Elias Bird
  • 1745: Sir Peter Thompson of Mill St, Bermondsey
  • 1746: Thomas Page
  • 1747: Abraham Atkins
  • 1748: Samuel Atkinson
  • 1749: Jeremiah Crutchley
  • 1750: Jacob Tonson Jnr
  • 1751: John Smith
  • 1752: Edward Saunderson
  • 1753: Edward Langton
  • 1754: Henry Talbot
  • 1755: John Mackerill
  • 1756: Charles Devon
  • 1757: Joseph Mawbey, later Sir Joseph Mawbey, 1st Baronet of Botleys, Surrey
  • 1758: Edmund Shallett, of Sheer[20]
  • 1759: Daniel Ponton
  • 1760: Thomas Bridges
  • 1761: John Dawson
  • 1762: Sir William Bridges Baldwin
  • 1763: Thomas Page
  • 1764: James Morris
  • 1765: John Hughes
  • 1766: John Small
  • 1767: John Durand, of Woodcote Lodge, Carshalton[21]
  • 1768: Richard Barwell
  • 1769: John Thornton
  • 1770: Sir Richard Hotham of Merton Place
  • 1771: Sir Thomas Kent
  • 1772: Morgan Rice
  • 1773: Richard Earle Bedford
  • 1774: Thomas James
  • 1775: Isaac Akerman
  • 1776: George Ward
  • 1777: William Brightwell Sumner
  • 1778: John Lewin Smith
  • 1779: James Bordien
  • 1780: Charles Eyre
  • 1781: William Northey
  • 1782: Sir Abraham Pitches
  • 1783: James Paine
  • 1784: William Aldersey
  • 1785: James Payne of Chertsey[22]
  • 1786: Theodore Henry Broadhead of Carshalton [23]
  • 1787: Richard Ladbroke of Tadworth Court[24]
  • 1788: Thomas Creuze of Woodbridge [25]
  • 1789: Thomas Sutton of East Molesey[26]
  • 1790: Samuel Long of Carshalton Park, Surrey
  • 1791: Henry Byne of Carshalton, Surrey [27]
  • 1792: William Woodroffe of Poyle Park [28]
  • 1793: John Hodsdon Durand of Carshalton, Surrey and West Dean Place, Sussex
  • 1794: Charles Bowles
  • 1795: Thomas Turton, later Sir Thomas Turton, 1st Baronet of Starborough Castle, Surrey[29]
  • 1796: Thomas Sutton of Hurst House, East Molesey
  • 1797: Robert Taylor
  • 1798: James Trotter
  • 1799: Robert Hankey

19th century[edit]

20th century[edit]

  • 1900: Charles Hoskins Master, of Barrow Green, Oxted,[91]
  • 1901: Herbert Gosling, of Botley's Park, Chertsey,[92]
  • 1902: Max Leonard Waechter, of Terrace House, Richmond,[93]
  • 1903: Sir Walpole Lloyd Greenwell, of Marden Park, Woldingham,[94]
  • 1904: Edward David Stern, of Fan Court, Chertsey,[95]
  • 1905: Philip Waterlow, Bt.[96]
  • 1906: Ralph Forster[97]
  • 1907 Wickham Noakes[97]
  • 1908 Basil Braithwaite[97]
  • 1909 Sir Frederick Edridge[97]
  • 1910: Sir Harry Waechter, Bt.[98]
  • 1911: Sir William Chance, 2nd Baronet[99]
  • 1912: Sir Benjamin Brodie, Bt.[100]
  • 1913: Sir Richard Charles Garton,Kt., of Lythe Hill, Haslemere[101]
  • 1914: St Loe Strachey[102]
  • 1915: Charles Tyrrell Giles,K.C of Copse Hill House, Wimbledon[103]
  • 1916: Beresford Rimingtoir Heaton, of Round Down, Gomshall[104]
  • 1917: Alfred Withall Aston, of Woodcote Grove, Epsom[105]
  • 1918: James Henry Renton, of Mervel Hill, Hambledon[106]
  • 1919: John Henry Bridges, of Ewell Court, Ewell[107]
  • 1920: Major Henry Herbert Gordon Clark[108]
  • 1921:
  • 1926: Charles Stanley Gordon Clark[109]
  • 1927:
  • 1931: Sir Edward John Holland[110]
  • 1932: Sir Stanley Machin, Kt., of Cleeve, Oatlands, Weybridge, Surrey[111]
  • 1933: William Mallinson[112]
  • 1934: Sir John Jarvis, Bt., of Hascombe Court, near Godalming[113]
  • 1935:
  • 1949: Neville Lawrence[114]
  • 1950: Arnold Adrian Jarvis of Pirbright[115]
  • 1951: Francis Paget Hett of Littleworth, Esher[116]
  • 1952: Granville Brian Chetwynd-Stapylton of Walton-on-Thames[117]
  • 1953: John Edward Ferguson of Busbridge Wood,Godalming[118]
  • 1954: Henry Michael Gordon Clark[119]
  • 1955: Guy Cubitt[120]
  • 1956: Sir Ambrose Keevil[121]
  • 1957: Captain Evelyn Henry Tschudi Broadwood of Lyne, Capel[122]
  • 1958: Nigel Tritton[123]
  • 1959: Samuel Leslie Bibby of Villans Wyk, Headley, Epsom.[124]
  • 1960: Wilfred Vernon[125]
  • 1961: Uvedale Henry Hoare Lambert of South Park, Blechingley[126]
  • 1962: Sydney Black of Wimbledon, London S.W.19.[127]
  • 1963: Sir (Robert) George Erskine of Busbridge Wood, Godalming[128]
  • 1964: Sir William John Herbert De Wette Mullens of Guildford.[129]
  • 1965: Lieut.-Colonel Herbert James Wells of Oakhurst Rise, Carshalton Beeches.[130]
  • 1966: Major Henry Dumas of Abbots Wood,Hurtmore, Godalming.[131]
  • 1967: Terence Robert Beaumont Sanders[132]
  • 1968: Jack Nelson Streynsham Hoskins Master of Woodbury, Sandhills, Witley.[133]
  • 1969:Brigadier David Terence Bastin of Polshot Farm, Elstead.[134]
  • 1970: Colonel Alan Randall Rees-Reynolds of Priors Gate, near Godalming[135]
  • 1971: Philip Sydney Henman, of Home Farm, Coldharbour Lane, Dorking[136]
  • 1972: Widdrington Richard Stafford of Cherrys High Drive, Woddingham[137]
  • 1973: Rear Admiral John Edwin Home McBeath of Woodbury House, Churt[138]
  • 1974: Major James Robert More-Molyneux, of Loseley Park, Guildford[139]
  • 1975: Mrs. Winifred Mary Margueritta Du Buisson, of Pratsham Grange, Holmbury St. Mary[140]
  • 1976: Thomas Irvine Smith of Titlarks Hill Lodge, Sunningdale, Berkshire[141]
  • 1977: Commodore James Goddard Young of Haslemere.[142]
  • 1978: Richard Eustace Thornton, of Hampton, Scale, near Farnham.[143]
  • 1979: Michael John Calvert, of Ockley Court, Ockley, near Dorking.[144]
  • 1980: John Eveleigh Bolton of Brook Place, Woking.[145]
  • 1981: George William Semark Miskin, of Hankley Edge, Tilford, Farnham.[146]
  • 1982: John Patrick Michael Hugh Evelyn, of Kempslade Farm, Abinger Common, Dorking[147]
  • 1983: Sir Hugh Guy Cubitt CBE, of Chapel House, West Humble, Dorking.[148]
  • 1984: Sir Richard Anthony Meyjes, Kt., of Longhill House, The Stands, near Farnham.[149]
  • 1985: John Flett Whitfield, of Priory Road, Sunningdale, Berkshire[150]
  • 1986: David James Keswick Coles, of Vigo House,Holmwood, Dorking.[151]
  • 1987: Alistair Jevon Johnston of Upper Jordan, Worplesdon.[152]
  • 1988: Major Wyndham Jermyn Hacket Pain, of Parkstone House, Ashwood Road, Woking.[153]
  • 1989: Sir Hugh Spender Lisle Dundas, Kt of Dockenfield, Farnham[154]
  • 1990: Dr. Anthony John Blowers of Boundstone, Farnham.[155]
  • 1991: James Balbedie[156]
  • 1992: Gordon Ernest Lee-Steere, of Jayes Park, Ockley.[157]
  • 1993: Sir Peter Anson, Bt.[158]
  • 1994: Timothy Francis Goad, of South Park, Bletchingley.[159]
  • 1995: James Hamilton, 4th Baron Hamilton of Dalzell[160]
  • 1996: Adrian Nicholas MacDonald Sanders, of Underbill Farm, Buckland.[161]
  • 1997: James Douglas Moir Robertson, CBE, "Cobwebs", Sunbury-on-Thames.[162]
  • 1998: Richard Henry Simpson Stilgoe[163]
  • 1999: Peter Robert Nutting of North Breache Manor, Ewhurst[164]

21st century[edit]

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