Sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire

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This is an incomplete list of Sheriffs of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire from 1154 until the abolition of the office in 1965.[1]

Exceptionally, the two counties shared a single sheriff.[2] Sheriffs had a one year term of office, being appointed at a meeting of the privy council generally held in February or March and holding office until the similar meeting in the next year.[3] In 1648 it became the practice to rotate the office between inhabitants of Cambridgeshire proper, the Isle of Ely and Huntingdonshire. This was done in a three-year cycle, with an inhabitant of each area occupying the office in turn.[4]


Note: the years shown are the shrieval years. For example high sheriff appointed in March 1892 "for the year 1892" held office until March 1893.

Before 1200[edit]

  • Before 1154 – See High Sheriff of Cambridgeshire
  • 1154: Richard Basset and Aubrey de Vere
  • 1155–1161: Payn and Robert Grimball
  • 1162: Nicholai de Chenet
  • 1163–1164: Hamo Petom
  • 1165: Hamo Petom and Philip de Daventry
  • 1166–1168: Philip de Daventry
  • 1169–1170: Ebrar. de Beach and War. de Basingborn
  • 1171–1176: Ebrar. de Beach
  • 1177–1179: Walter son of Hugonis
  • 1180: Walter son of Hugonis and William, son of Stephen
  • 1181–1182: Radulph de Bardulf
  • 1183: Walter son of Hugonis
  • 1184–1186: Nicholas, son of Robert
  • 1189: Nicholas son of Robert
  • 1190–1191: William Muschet
  • 1192–1193: Richard Anglicus
  • 1194–1195: Richard (Reginald) de Argenton
  • 1196: Thomas de Huntsdon
  • 1197: Merric de Marignes
  • 1198–1200: Robert de Lisle

1200–1299[edit]

  • 1200: Hamo de Valoignes and Rall. de Valoigne
  • 1201–1202: Walter de Stukeley
  • 1203–1204: Robert de Tateshall and Magister Aristoteles
  • 1205–1206: Josteli. de Stukeley
  • 1207–1214: Fulk son of Theobald
  • 1215: William Longespée, 3rd Earl of Salisbury and William de Marigny
  • 1216: William Longespée, 3rd Earl of Salisbury
  • 1217–1219 Falkes de Breauté and Radulph de Bray
  • 1220–1223 Falkes de Breauté and John de Ulicot
  • c.1224: Richard de Argentine
  • 1224–1231: Geoffrey de Hadfield
  • 1232–1235: Jeremias of Caxton
  • 1236–1241: Henry de Colne
  • 1242: Hugo de Hodeng
  • 1243–1245: Radulph de Hereford
  • 1246–1248: Philip de Staunton
  • 1249–1250: Henry Colville
  • 1251–1252: Simon de Horton
  • 1253: John de Moyne
  • 1254–1255: John de Moyne and John de Marines
  • 1256–1257: William de la Stow
  • 1258: William le Moyne
  • 1259: John le Scalarus (John de Scalars)
  • 1260: John le Scalarus (John de Scalars) and John Lovell
  • 1261: Sacrus de Frivile
  • 1262–1266: John Lovell
  • 1267: Almaricus Pech
  • 1268–1269: Sacrus de Frivile
  • 1270–1273: Robert de Estre
  • 1274: Walter Shelfhanger
  • 1275–1277: William le Moyne
  • 1278: Bal. de Sto Geiorgio
  • 1279–1280: William de Rothing
  • 1281–1287: Thomas de Belhus
  • 1288–1295: Hugo de Babington
  • 1296: William de Mortuo Mari.
  • 1297: William de Sutton
  • 1298–1299: Thomas de Gardinor

1300–1399[edit]

  • 1300: Robert Hereward
  • 1301–1305: Robert de Bajose
  • 1307–1309: John Crekes and Robert de Hoo
  • 1310–1313: John Crekes
  • 1314–1315: Thomas de Stolarus
  • 1316–1318: Ralph Giffard
  • 1319: Mathew de Bassingborne
  • 1320: John de Crekes
  • 1321–1326: Almeric de Zouche
  • 1327–1329: Mathew de Bassingborne
  • 1330–1331: Sir Almaric de Zouche
  • 1332: William de Moyne
  • 1333: William, son of John Mutchett
  • 1334: Richard de Bajocis and Warin de Bassingborne
  • 1335: Walter Lymbery and William Muschett
  • 1336: Thomas de Lacy
  • 1337–1338: Wllliam de Muschett
  • 1339–1340: Warin de Bassingborne
  • 1341: John de Papworth and John de Lacy
  • 1342–1345: Warin de Bassingborne
  • 1346–1347: Robert de Engane
  • 1348–1351: Guy de St. Clair [5]
  • 1352: John Lisle de Rubeo Monts
  • 1353–1354: Guy de St Clair
  • 1355: Thomas de Scolarus
  • 1356: John de Harewdon
  • 1357–1360: Nicholas Stannell
  • 1361: John Furneux and Thomas Cheyne
  • 1362–1371: N. Suyvecle
  • 1372: William de Papworth of Papworth St Agnes
  • 1373: Roger Harlaston
  • 1374: Thomas Sewall
  • 1375: Thomas Torell
  • 1376: Bald. St George
  • 1377: Sir John Engaine
  • 1377: John Avenel of Gamlinggay
  • 1378: William Moyne
  • 1379: Radulph Wykes
  • 1380: Henry English of Wood Ditton
  • 1381: Thomas Sewall
  • 1382: William Moyne
  • 1383: Philip Tilney of Boston, Lincolnshire
  • 1384: Henry English
  • 1385: John Heningford
  • 1386: Robert de Paris
  • 1387: Sir William Papworth of Papworth St Agnes
  • 1388: William Cheyne
  • 1389: Edmund de la Pole
  • 1390: Robert de Paris
  • 1391: Nicholas Stewkeley
  • 1392: John Kinost
  • 1393: William Cheyne
  • 1394: Nicholas Paris
  • 1395: John Lakynghech
  • 1396: John Harlington
  • 1397–1398: Andrew Newport
  • 1399: Thomas Hasdden

1400–1499[edit]

  • 1400–1401: William Rees and Sir John Howard of Fowlmere
  • 1403: John Hobildod
  • 1405: Robert Scott (1st term)
  • 1406: John Bernakes
  • 1407: John Hobildod
  • 1408: John Paniel
  • 1409: Sir Baldwin St George of Hatley
  • 1410: William Allein
  • 1411: Robert Scott (2nd term)
  • 1413: Sir Robert Hocksheche, of Hackbeach, Norfolk and Litlington
  • 1414: William Alington of Bottisham
  • 1415: Thomas Reviles
  • 1416: Robert Scott (3rd term)
  • 1417: Walter Pole
  • 1418: William Asconhall
  • 1419: Thomas Reviles
  • 1420–1422: Robert Scott (4th term)
  • 1423: Robert Scott (5th term) and William Alington of Bottisham
  • 1424: Walter de la Pole
  • 1425: Nicholas Slyvebly
  • 1426: John Hore of Childerley
  • 1427: Thomas Dischalers of Whaddon
  • 1428: Nicholas Alington
  • 1429: Walter de la Pole
  • 1430: Laurence Cheyne of Fen Ditton
  • 1431: John Austey
  • 1432: John Shardlow and John Clopton
  • 1433: Robert Stonham
  • 1434–1435: Roger Hunt
  • 1435: Laurence Cheyne of Fen Ditton
  • 1436–1437: Robert Stonham
  • 1438: William Alington of Horseheath (son of William, HS 1423)
  • 1439: Gilbert Hore
  • 1440–1441: Henry Langley
  • 1442: William Lee
  • 1443: Thomas Peyton [6]
  • 1444–1445: William St George
  • 1446–1447: John Chalers
  • 1448: Thomas Bernard
  • 1449: Walter Trumpington
  • 1450: John Harlaston
  • 1451: William Alington of Horseheath
  • 1452: Thomas Tresham
  • 1453: Thomas Peyton (2nd term) [6]
  • 1454: William Hasdden
  • 1455: Henry Paris
  • 1456:
  • 1457:
  • 1458: Thomas Tresham
  • 1459: John Colville
  • 1460: Thomas Findern
  • 1461: John Alington
  • 1462–1463: John Stuke
  • 1464: John Cheyne
  • 1465: John Boughton
  • 1466: John Burleley
  • 1467: John Forster
  • 1468: William St George
  • 1469: Richard Sapcote
  • 1470: Thomas Gray (arm)
  • 1471: Thomas Gray (mil)
  • 1472: John Austy
  • 1473: Thomas Pigott
  • 1474: John Broughton
  • 1475: John Cheyne
  • 1476: Sir Thomas Cotton, Kt
  • 1477: William Alington (d.1485)
  • 1478: William Frevill
  • 1479: Robert Paris
  • 1480: Thomas Huntingdon
  • 1481: Gal. Bloodwell
  • 1482: Robert Tilney
  • 1483: Robert Tanfield
  • 1484: John Wake
  • 1485: John Hudleston
  • 1486: William Finden
  • 1487: Thomas Oxenburg
  • 1488: William Taillard
  • 1489: John Hafilden
  • 1490: William Wentworth
  • 1491: Thomas Cheyney
  • 1492: William Cheyney
  • 1493: John Burgoyne
  • 1494: Thomas Cotton
  • 1495: Gerrard Stukeley
  • 1496: Thomas Cheyney
  • 1497: Christopher de Peyton
  • 1498: Richard Stuteville
  • 1499: Robert Peyton
  • c 1481: Everard Fielding [7]

1500–1599[edit]

1600–1699[edit]

From 1636 to 1642 separate sheriffs were appointed for Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire[4]

    • Sheriffs of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire resumed
  • 1642–1643: Thomas Martin
  • 1644: Onslow Winch
  • 1645: Tristram Diamond
  • 1 December 1646: John Hobart[10]
  • 1647: Francis Bickley[11]
  • 30 May 1648: Thomas Marshe
  • 23 November 1648: Sir Henry Pickering
  • 7 November 1649: Robert Castle
  • 7 November 1650: John Towers [12]
  • 4 November 1651: Sir Heneage Proby of Elton Hall[13]
  • 12 November 1652: Levinus Bennet of Babraham, Cambridgeshire[14]
  • 10 November 1653: Sir William Sidney[15]
  • 16 November 1653: William Fisher
  • 1654: Hugh Audley
  • 1655: Thomas Duckett
  • 1656: Richard Woodward
  • 1657: Thomas Bateman[7]
  • 1658: John Jenkinson
  • 5 November 1660: William Colville
  • 1661: John Hewett
  • 1662: Sir Thomas Hatton, 2nd Baronet[16]
  • 1663: William March
  • 1664: John Dryden
  • 12 November 1665: Sir Thomas Willys, 1st Baronet[17]
  • 7 November 1666: John Caryll
  • 6 November 1667: Sir Robert Sewster
  • 6 November 1668: William Whitmore[18]
  • 25 November 1668: James Thompson[19]
  • 11 November 1669: Haynes Barley [20]
  • 4 November 1670: John Bradbourne
  • 9 November 1671: John Clerke
  • 11 November 1672: Thomas (or Richard) Reed
  • 12 November 1673: Castel Sherrard
  • 1674: George Pike [21]
  • 15 November 1675: Christopher Turner
  • 9 November 1676: William Drury
  • 18 November 1676: Richard Drury
  • 15 November 1677: Charles Baron, of Eversden [22]
  • 14 November 1678: Thomas Wiseman
  • 13 November 1679: William Harlock
  • 1679: Hugh Bonfoy
  • 4 November 1680: Sir Thomas Sclater, 1st Baronet
  • 10 November 1681: Sir Robert Swayne
  • 17 November 1681: Robert Swaine
  • 13 November 1682: John Bigg
  • 12 November 1683: Sir Henry Pickering of Whaddon [23]
  • 20 November 1684: Samuel Fortrey
  • 1685: Sir John Hewet, 3rd Baronet
  • 25 November 1686: Sir George Downing, 2nd Baronet
  • 23 January 1688: Sir Robert Cotton, of Hatley St. George
  • 8 November 1688: Sir Robert Bernard, 3rd Baronet
  • 17 November 1688: Henry Kingsley
  • 18 March 1689: James Torkington
  • 18 November 1689: Felix Calverd
  • 25 November 1689: William Calverd
  • 27 November 1690: Michael (or Nicholas) Mallabas
  • 14 December 1691: Sir John Marshall
  • 21 December 1691: Sir Robert Dacres
  • 31 December 1691: Sir Robert Bernard, 3rd Baronet
  • 17 November 1692: Robert Swann
  • 16 November 1693: William Tanner (or Banner)
  • 6 December 1694: Arthur Joscelyne
  • 5 December 1695: Granado Piggott
  • 3 December 1696: Thomas Harrison, of the Marsh
  • 16 December 1697: Erasmus Smith
  • 23 December 1697: Robert Tompson (or Thomson)
  • 22 December 1698: William Emersden (or Eversden)
  • 20 November 1699: Richard Read
  • 23 November 1699: Richard Parlett Read, of Chatteris

1700–1799[edit]

  • 1701: Sir Roger Jenyns
  • 1707: Burrell Massingberd
  • 1708: John Jenyns
  • 1713: Roger Rant [24]
  • 1715: Sir John Conyers [25]
  • 1718: Stephen Baseley of Houghton [26]
  • 1723: Thomas Jenkinson, of Elme[27]
  • 1725: Sir Thomas Hatton, 6th Baronet[28]
  • 1726: William Wynne[29]
  • 1728: Samuel Seymonds Pepys [30]
  • 1730: Jasper Lister, of Somersham [31]
  • 1731: Walter Serecole of Cherry Hinton[32]
  • 1737: William Mitchell[33]
  • 1737: Richard Hitch[34]
  • 1739: John Cole, of Fenton [35]
  • 1741: Chester Perne[36]
  • 1741: Dingley Askham[37]
  • 1742: Sir Thomas Peyton, 3rd Baronet of Great Raveley[38]
  • 1743: Thomas Watson Ward [39]
  • 1744: Robert Gill of Upwell [40]
  • 1745: Thomas Houghton of St.Ives [41]
  • 1747: John Godfrey of Brinkly[42]
  • 1748: Peter Standley [43]
  • 1753: Sir Samuel Clarke, 3rd Baronet[7]
  • 1754: Henry Southwell, of Wisbech [44]
  • 1755: William Mitchell, of Semingford[45]
  • 1756: Charles Pepys, of Impington [46]
  • 1757: Francis Dixon of Upwell [47]
  • 1758: John Jackson, of Godmanchester [48]
  • 1759:
  • 1760: Sir Philip Vavasour[25]
  • 1767: John Heathcote, of Great Stukeley[49]
  • 1768:
  • 1770: Christopher Anstey of Anstey House, Trumpington, Cambridgeshire[50]
  • 1773: Sir Charles Cope, 2nd Baronet[51]
  • 1774:
  • 1777: Christopher Jefferson [52]
  • 1780: Thomas Rumbold Hall
  • 1782: Henry Poynter Standly [53]
  • 1785: John Crichloc Turner of Great Stukeley [54]
  • 1786: John Drage of Soham [55]
  • 1787: William Camps of Wilburton [56]
  • 1788: Eustace Kentish of Kings Ripton [57]
  • 1789: Thomas Panton, of Fen Ditton [58]
  • 1790: Thomas Ground [59]
  • 1791: George Thornhill of Diddington [60]
  • 1798: John Tharpe of Chippenham [61]

1800–1899[edit]

1900–1965[edit]

  • 1900: Charles Finch Foster of Pinehurst, Cambridge [152]
  • 1901: Thomas Walter Harding, of Kirkstall Abbey, Leeds, and Doddington, Cambridge [153]
  • 1902: Charles Harold Coote, of Houghton Grange, Huntingdonshire [154]
  • 1903: James Binney, of Pampisford Hall, Pampisford [155]
  • 1904: Arthur Hall, of Ely [156]
  • 1905: George Wright Wright-Ingle, of Woodhouse, North Finchley, Middlesex[157]
  • 1906: Sir Charles Edward Hamilton, Bt., of Hatley Park, Hatley St. George, Cambs.[158]
  • 1907: William Cutlack, of The Grange, Littleport [159]
  • 1908: John Ashton Fielden, of Holme Wood, near Peterborough [160]
  • 1909: George Douglas Cochrane Newton of Croxton Park [161]
  • 1910: Walter Wooll West, of Needham Hall, Elm, Wisbech [162]
  • 1911: Howard Coote, of Stukeley Hall, Huntingdon [163]
  • 1912: Sidney Wynn Graystone, of The White Lodge, Broad Green, Cheveley, near Newmarket [164]
  • 1913: Frank Mills, of Wisbech [165]
  • 1914: John Henry Beeby, of The Gables, Peterborough [166]
  • 1915: Alfred Russell Fordham, of Melbourn Bury near Royston [167]
  • 1916: Alfred Edwin Wright, of Ivy Lodge, Haddenham[168]
  • 1917: John Norman Heathcote,of Conington Castle, Peterborough [169]
  • 1918: Sir Herbert George Fordham, of Odsey, Ashwell, Baldock, Herts [170]
  • 1919: Lancelot Harold Luddington, of The Chantrey, Ely [171]
  • 1920: Alfred Jordan, of Wistaria House, Huntingdon Street, St. Neots [172]
  • 1921: James Odell Vinter, of Southfield, Cambridge [173]
  • 1922: Sir Charles Walston, of Newtcn Hall, Newton, Cambridge[174]
  • 1923: Douglas James Proby of Elton Hall, Peterborough[126]
  • 1924: George Ralph Cunliffe Foster, of Anstey Hall, Trumpington, Cambridge[175]
  • 1925: Harold Fred Martin Peatling, of Leverington Hall, Wisbech [176]
  • 1926: Arthur George Dilley, of The Walks, Huntingdon [177]
  • 1927: Mowbray Frederick Vivian James Arthur Webber, of Wimbish Manor, Shepreth, Cambridgeshire, M.B.E.[178]
  • 1928:
  • 1938:Major Sir Wiliam Prescott, Knt., CBE, of Godmanchester, Huntingdonshire[179]
  • 1939: Sir Harold William Stannus Gray, K.B.E. of Gog Magog Hills, Babraham, Cambridgeshire [180]
  • 1940:
  • 1945: Sir Stephen Gerald Howard of The Moat, Upend, Kirtling [181]
  • 1946:

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