Sheriff of Anglesey

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This is a list of Sheriffs of Anglesey. Following the conquest of Wales by Edward I Anglesey was created a county of Wales under the terms of the Statute of Rhuddlan of 1284.[1]

On 1 April 1974, under the provisions of the Local Government Act 1972 it became a district of the new large county of Gwynedd, until in the 1996 reform of local government, when it was restored as a local government county but remaining in the Shrievalty of Gwynedd.

1284–1499[edit]

  • 20 March 1284: Sir Roger de Puleston of Emral (first sheriff, killed 1295)[2]
  • 16 September 1295: Thomas de Aunvers
  • 1 April 1300: John de Havering
  • Michaelmas 1301: Walter de Wynton
  • Michaelmas 1302: Henry de Dynynton
  • Michaelmas 1305: Griffin ap Oweyn
  • Michaelmas 1308: Madoc Thloyt
  • 4 March 1312: John de Sapy
  • 8 August 1316: Eman ap Jevan
  • 1396: Gwilym ap Griffydd of Penmynydd [2]

16th century[edit]

17th century[edit]

  • 1600: Hugh Hughes of Plas Coch, Porthamel [6]
  • 1601: Thomas Glynn of Glynllifon, Caenarvonshire [6]
  • 1602: Richard Bulkeley of Porthamel [6]
  • 1603: Pierce Lloyd, Snr of Lligwy [6]
  • 1604: William Lewis of Chwaun [6]
  • 1605: William Griffith of Trefarthin [6]
  • 1606: John Lewis of Presaddfed Hall [6]
  • 1607: Richard Glynn of Glynllifon, Caenarvonshire [6]
  • 1698: Sir Hugh Owen, Kt of Bodeon [6]
  • 1609: Thomas Holland of Plas Berw (1st term) [6]
  • 1610: William Owen of Bodeon [6]
  • 1611: John Bodfel of Bodfel [6]
  • 1612: Pierce Lloyd, Jnr of Lligwy [6]
  • 1613: John Wynne Edward of Bodewryd [6]
  • 1614: Owen Wood of Llangwyfan [6]
  • 1615: Richard Meyrick of Bodorgan Hall [6]
  • 1616: Hugh Lewis ap Howel of Llanylched [6]
  • 1617: Richard Williams of Rhosygeido
  • 1618: John Lewis of Presaddfed Hall [6]
  • 1619: Sir William Glynne, Kt of Glynllifon [6]
  • 1620: Henry Lloyd of Bodwiney [6]
  • 1621: Hugh Wynne of Mossoglan [6]
  • 1622: Sir Thomas Holland of Plas Berw (2nd term) [6]
  • 1623: Richard Owen of Penmynydd [6]
  • 1624: John Bodychen, Jnr of Bodychen [6]
  • 1625: William Thomas of Cwyrt [6]
  • 1626: William Griffith of Trefarthin [6]
  • 1627: Hugh Morgan of Beaumaris [6]
  • 1628: Edward Wynne of Bodewryd [6]
  • 1629: Richard Wynne of Rhydcroes [6]
  • 1630: Thomas Glynne of Glynllifon [6]
  • 1631: William Robinson of Monachty [6]
  • 1632: Thomas Chedle of Lleiniog [6]
  • 1633: William Bold of Tre'r Ddol [6]
  • 1634: Hugh Owen of Bodowen [6]
  • 1635: Edward Wynne of Bodewryd [6]
  • 1636: Robert Wynne of Tre'r Gof [6]
  • 1637: William Bulkeley of Coyden [6]
  • 1638: Pierce Lloyd of Lligwy [6]
  • 1639: Richard Bulkeley of Porthamel [6]
  • 1640: Owen Wood of Rhosmoor [6]
  • 1640: Thomas Holland of Plas Berw (3rd term)
  • 1641: Richard Meyrick of Bodorgan Hall [6]
  • 1642: Thomas Bulkeley of Cleifiog [6]
  • 1643: Thomas Chedle of Lleiniog [6]
  • 1644: William Bold of Tre'r Ddol [6]
  • 1645–1646: Robert Johes of Dreiniog [6]
  • 1647–1648: Richard Meyrick of Bodorgan Hall [6]
  • 1648: William Bulkeley of Coeden [7]
  • 1649: William Bold of Tre'r Ddol [6]
  • 1650: Owen Wood of Rhosmoor [6]
  • 1651: Pierce Lloyd of Lligwy [6]
  • 1652: Henry Owen of Mossoglan [6]
  • 1653: Rowland Bulkeley of Porthamel [6]
  • 1654: Hugh Owen [8]
  • 1655: William Bold of Tre'r Ddol [6]
  • 1656: Richard Wood of Rhosmoor [6]
  • 1657: Richard Owen of Penmynydd [6]
  • 1658: Robert Bulkeley, 2nd Viscount Bulkeley of Baron Hill[9]
  • 1659–1660: Henry Lloyd of Bodwiney [6]
  • 1661: Thomas Wood of Rhosmoor [6]
  • 1662: William Bulkeley of Coeden [6]
  • 1663: John Lloyd of Llandegfan [6]
  • 1664: Richard Wynne of Penheskin [6]
  • 1665: John Owen of Maethlu [6]
  • 12 November 1665: Rowland Bulkeley, of Howel Lewis[10]
  • 7 November 1666: John Owen, of Penrhos[6][11]
  • 6 November 1667: John Glynne, of Glynllifon, Caernarvonshire[6][12]
  • 6 November 1668: Rowland White, of Monachlog [6][13]
  • 11 November 1669: Coningsby Williams, of Penmynydd[6]
  • 1671: Edward Price of Bodowyr [6]
  • 1672: Richard Bulkeley of Porthamel [6]
  • 1673: Owen Williams of Groesfechan [6]
  • 1674: Hugh Williams [14]
  • 1675: William Meyrick of Bodorgan Hall [6]
  • 1676: Thomas Wynne of Rhydcrosse [15]
  • 1677: Thomas Michael [16]
  • 1678: Hugh Wynne of Cromlech [6]
  • 1679: David Lloyd of Llwydiarth [6]
  • 1680: Thomas Wynne of Glascoed [6]
  • 1681: Rowland Wynne of Porthamel [6]
  • 1682: Robert Parry of Amlwch [6]
  • 1683: Owen Hughes of Beaumaris [5]
  • 1684: Owen Bold of Tre'r Ddol [6]
  • 1685: Roger Hughes of Plas Coch [6]
  • 1686: Maurice Lewis of Tryglwyn [6]
  • 1687: William Bulkeley of Coyden [6]
  • 1688: Sir Hugh Owen of Bodowen, 2nd Baronet [6]
  • 1689: Henry Sparrow of Beaumaris [6]
  • 1690: John Griffith of Garrelglwyd [6]
  • 1691: Sir Thomas Mostyn of Mostyn Hall [2]
  • 1692: David Williams of Glanalaw [6]
  • 1693: Owen Williams of Carrog [6]
  • 1694: William Jones of Pentraeth [6]
  • 1695: John Thomas of Aber, Caernarvonshire [6]
  • 1696: Henry White of Friars [6]
  • 1697: Hugh Wynne of Tre-Iorwerth [6]
  • 1698: William Griffith of Garrelglwyd [6]
  • 1699: Pierce Lloyd of Llanidan [6]

18th century[edit]

  • 1700: Francis Edwards of Penheskin [6]
  • 1701: John Williams of Chwaen Isaf [6]
  • 1702: John Wynne of Chwaen Wen [6]
  • 1703: Robert Owen of Penrhos [6]
  • 1704: William Owen of Cremlyn [6]
  • 1705: Hugh Wynne of Cromlech [6]
  • 1706: Owen Meyrick of Bodorgan Hall [6]
  • 1707: Owen Roberts of Beaumaris [6]
  • 1708: John Sparrow of Red Hill, Beaumaris[17]
  • 1709: John Griffith of Llanddyfnan [6]
  • 1710: William Lewis of Trysglwyn [6]
  • 1711: John Morris of Cell Lleiniog [6]
  • 1712: William Roberts of Caerau [6]
  • 1713: Thomas Roberts of Bodiar [6]
  • 1714: Edward Bugley of Pleasinwyd [18]
  • 1714: William Lewis of Llysdulas [6]
  • 1715: William Bulkeley of Brynddu [6]
  • 1716: Maurice Williams of Hafodgarregog [6]
  • 1717: Edward Bayly of Plas Newydd [6]
  • 1718: William Bodvel of Madryn, Caernarvonshire [6]
  • 1719: Hugh Hughes of Plas Coch [6]
  • 1720: Rice Thomas of Coedhelen [6]
  • 1721: Thomas Lloyd of Llanidan [6]
  • 1722: Richard Hampton of Henllys [6]
  • 1723: William Owen of Penrhos [6]
  • 1724: John Griffith of Carreglwyd [19]
  • 1725: John Owen of Presaddfed [5]
  • 1726: Thomas Rowland of Cayrey [20]
  • 1727: Henry Morgan of Henblas [21]
  • 1728: John Morris of Cell Lleiniog [6]
  • 1729: John Williams of Trearddur[22]
  • 1730: Henry Williams of Tros-y-Marian [6]
  • 1731: Henry Powell of Llaugefuy,[23]
  • 1732: Robert Hampton, of Henllys [24]
  • 1733: William Evans of Treveilor [6]
  • 1734: Robert Bulkeley, of Gronant [25]
  • 1735: Richard Lloyd of Rhosbeirio [6]
  • 1736: Richard Roberts of Bodsuran [6]
  • 1737: Edmund Meyrick of Trefriw, Caernarvonshire[26]
  • 1738: William Robinson, of Monachgu [27]
  • 1738: William Roberts of Bodear [28]
  • 1739: Robert Williams of Penmynydd [6]
  • 1740: Robert Owen, of Pencraig [29]
  • 1741: Rice Williams [30]
  • 1742: Hugh Jones of Cymunod [31]
  • 1743: Hugh Williams of Bryngwyn [6]
  • 1744: Richard Hughes of Tre'r Dryw , Castellor [32]
  • 1745: John Nangle of Llwydiarth [6]
  • 1746: Henry Williams of Tros-y-Marian [6]
  • 1747: William Thomas of Glascoed [6]
  • 1748: William Lewis of Llanddyfnan [6]
  • 1749: Owen Wynn of Penheskin [6]
  • 1750: Charles Allanson of Ddreiniog [6]
  • 1751: John Lloyd of Hirdrefaig [6]
  • 1752: Charles Evans of Treveilor [6]
  • 1753: Bodychen Sparrow of Bodychen[17] (son of John, HS 1708)
  • 1754: Richard Hughes of Bodwyn [6]
  • 1755: Hugh Davies of Brynhirddin [6]
  • 1756: Charles Allanson of Ddreiniog [6]
  • 1757: John Rowlands of Porthllongdy [33]
  • 1758: Edward Owen, of Pen Rhos [34]
  • 1759: Robert Owen of Pencraig [6]
  • 1760: Robert Lloyd of Tregaian [6]
  • 1761: Francis Lloyd of Monachty [6]
  • 1762: Hugh Barlow of Penrhos [6]
  • 1763: Felix Feast of Bodlew [6]
  • 1764: John Lewis of Llanfihangel [6]
  • 1765: Herbert Jones of Llynon [6]
  • 1766: Hugh Williams of Ty-Fry [6]
  • 1767: Hugh Williams of Cromlech [6]
  • 1768: William Hughes of Plas Coch [6]
  • 1769: William Smith of Ddreiniog [6]
  • 1770: John Hampton Jones of Henllys [6]
  • 1771: Paul Panton of Plasgwyn [6]
  • 1772: John Jone of Penrhosbradwen [6]
  • 1773: Henry Sparrow of Red Hill [17] (son of John, HS 1708)
  • 1774: Owen Putland Meyrick of Bodorgan Hall [6]
  • 1775: William Lloyd of Llwydiarth [6]
  • 1776: Hugh Hughes of Bodrwydd [6]
  • 1777: Rice Thomas of Cemmaes [6]
  • 1778: Owen Jones of Penrhosbradwen [6]
  • 1779: William Peacock of Llanedwen [6]
  • 1780: Holland Griffith of Gaerreglwyd [6]
  • 1781: John Bodychan Sparrow of Red Hill [35] (son of Henry, HS 1773)
  • 1782: William Vickens of Llanfawr [6]
  • 1783: Morgan Jones of Skerries[36]
  • 1784: Thomas Assheton Smith of Dreiniog[36]
  • 1785: Richard Lloyd, of Monachdu [37]
  • 1786: Arthur Owen of Bodowyr [38]
  • 1786: William Pritchard of Trescawen [6]
  • 1787: John Griffith Lewis of Llanddydfan [36]
  • 1788: Henry Pritchard of Tresawen [6]
  • 1789: John (William) Williams, of Nantanog [39]
  • 1790: Thomas Williams of Llanidan [6]
  • 1791: Herbert Jones of Llynon[36]
  • 1792: Hugh Price of Wern[36]
  • 1793: Evan Lloyd of Maes-y-Porth [40]
  • 1794: Hugh Jones of Carrog [41]
  • 1795: John Bulkeley of Pressaddved [41]
  • 1796: John Morris of Conway Gelliniog [41]
  • 1797: Richard Jones [41]
  • 1798: William Evans of Glen Claw[42]
  • 1799: Hugh Wynne of Chwaen Ddu [41]

19th century[edit]

  • 5 February 1800: John Price, of Wern[43]
  • 21 February 1800: Evan Hughes, of Gwdryn[44]
  • 5 March 1800: William Harvey, of Parciau[41][45]
  • 11 February 1801: John Price, of Wern[46]
  • 10 February 1802: William Bulkeley Hughes, of Brynddu[47]
  • 10 March 1802: Gwyllim Lloyd Wardle, of Cefn Coch[41][48]
  • 3 February 1803: William Bulkeley Hughes, of Plas Coch[41][49]
  • 1 February 1804: Thomas Parry Jones, of Cefn Coch[50]
  • 27 June 1804: Charles Evans, of Trefeil[51]
  • 6 February 1805: John Williams, of Treban[52]
  • 1 February 1806: Sir Hugh Owen, 6th Baronet, of Bodowen[53]
  • 4 February 1807: Paul Panton, of Plas Gwyn[54]
  • 3 February 1808: Edward Jones, of Cromlech[55]
  • 24 February 1808: John Jones, of Penrhos Bradwen[56]
  • 6 February 1809: Sir John Thomas Stanley, 7th Baronet, of Bodewryd[57]
  • 31 January 1810: Hugh Evans, of Henblas[58]
  • 8 February 1811: Henry Williams, of Trearddur[59]
  • 24 January 1812: Hugh Bulkeley Owen, of Coedanna[60]
  • 10 February 1813: John Hampton Hampton, of Henllys[61]
  • 4 February 1814: George Francis Barlow, of Tynllwyn[62]
  • 13 February 1815: Robert Hughes, of Plas Llangoed[63]
  • 1816: John Price, of Plas Llanfallog[64]
  • 1817: Rice Thomas of Cemmaes [41]
  • 1818: John Price of Plas Cadnant [41]
  • 1819: William Pritchard Llwyd [41]
  • 1820: Robert Lloyd, of Tregayan [65]
  • 1821: James Webster of Derry [41]
  • 1822: William Wynne Sparrow of Redhill [41]
  • 1823: Jones Panton [66]
  • 1824: John Owen of Trehwyfa [67]
  • 1825: Thomas Meyrick of Cefncoch [68]
  • 1826: Hugh Davies Griffiths of Caerhwn [69]
  • 1827: Richard Bulkeley Williams Bulkeley of Baron Hill [70]
  • 1827: Owen John Augustus Fuller Meyrick of Bodorgan [41]
  • 1828: Jones Panton of Llanddyfnan [71]
  • 1829: Henry Prichard, of Madyn[72]
  • 1830: Thomas Williams, of Glanrafon[73]
  • 1831: Owen Owen, of Llanfigael[74]
  • 1832: Sir John Hay Williams, 2nd Baronet, of Bodelwyddan Castle[75][76]
  • 1833: Charles Henry Evans, of Henblas[77]
  • 1834: James King, of Presaddfed[78]
  • 1835: William Hughes, of Plas Llandyfrydog[79]
  • 1836: Richard Lloyd Edwards, of Monachdu[80]
  • 1837: Hugh Beaver, of Glyn Garth[81]
  • 1838: William Barton Panton, of Garreglywd[82]
  • 1839: James Greenfield, of Rhyddgaer[83]
  • 1840: Sir Love Parry Jones-Parry, of Madryn[84]
  • 1841: Richard Trygarn Griffith, of Garreglwyd[85]
  • 1842: John Sanderson, of Aberbraint[86]
  • 1843: Owen Roberts, of Tynewydd[87]
  • 1844: Edmund Edward Meyrick, of Cefncoch[88][89]
  • 1845: Robert Jones Hughes, of Plas Llangoed[90]
  • 1846: John Lewis Hampton Lewis, of Henllys[91]
  • 1847: Rt. Hon. Spencer Bulkeley Wynn, 3rd Baron Newborough, of Treiddon[92]
  • 1848: Sir Harry Goring, 8th Baronet, of Trysglwyn[93]
  • 1849: Stephen Roose, of Tan y lan[94]
  • 1850: Richard Griffith, of Bodowyr Isaf[95]
  • 1851: Thomas Owen, of Tyddyn Glan-y-Mor[96]
  • 1852: Evan Lloyd, of Maes-y-Porth, died in office[97] and was replaced by Rice Roberts, of Tal-y-Lyn[98]
  • 1853: Richard Williams Prichard, of Erianell[99]
  • 1854: Robert Brisco Owen, of Haulfre, near Beaumaris[100]
  • 1855: Hugh Robert Hughes, of Bodrwyn[101]
  • 1856: John Jacob, of Llanfawr[102]
  • 1857: John Thomas Roberts, of Ucheldre[103]
  • 1858: Richard Davies, of Bwlch-y-fen[104]
  • 1859: Henry Owen Williams, of Trearddur[105]
  • 1860: George Richard Griffith, of Pencraig[106]
  • 1861: William Bulkeley Hughes, of Plas Coch[107]
  • 1862: Robert Davies, of Bwlch-y-fen[108]
  • 1863: Robert Lloyd Jones Parry, of Tregaian[109]
  • 1864: William Massey, of Cornelyn[110]
  • 1865: George Higgins, of Red Hill[111]
  • 1866: Hon. Henry Warrender FitzMaurice, of Tregof[112]
  • 1867: William Griffith of Bodowyr[113]
  • 1868: Henry Lambert of Tan-y-Graig[114]
  • 1869: Thomas Lewis Hampton of Henllys[115]
  • 1870: Sir Richard Bulkeley Williams-Bulkeley, 10th Baronet of Baron Hill[116]
  • 1871: John Jones of Tre-anna [117]
  • 1872: William Williams of Tyddyn Mawr [118]
  • 1873: William Humphrey Owen of Plasyn Penrhyn [119]
  • 1874: Robert Roberts of Plas Llechylched [120]
  • 1875: David Morgan of Bryngwyn Hall, Llangeinwen [121]
  • 1876: Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Bramston Smith of Pencraig, Llangefni [122]
  • 1877: Sir Richard Mostyn Lewis Williams-Bulkeley, 11th Baronet of Baron Hill, Beaumaris [123]
  • 1878: Sir George Tapps-Gervis-Meyrick, 3rd Baronet of Bodorgan [124]
  • 1879: George Pritchard Rayner of Trescawen [125]
  • 1880: Henry Platt of Gorddinog, near Bangor [126]
  • 1881: Thomas Edward John Lloyd of Plas Tregaian [127]
  • 1882: Hugh Edwards of Rose Mount, Holyhead [128] replaced original candidate Sir Chandos Stanhope Hoskyns Reade, of Garreglwyd [129]
  • 1883: Thomas Fanning Evans of Amlwch [130]
  • 1884: Robert ap Hugh Williams of Plas Llwynon [131]
  • 1885: Richard Reynolds Rathbone of Glan Menai[132]
  • 1886: David Hughes of "Wylfa" Cemaes, Anglesey also "Winterdyne" 83 Newsham Drive, Liverpool [133]
  • 1887: Sir Richard Henry Williams-Bulkeley, 12th Baronet of Baron Hill, Beaumaris [134]
  • 1888: Henry Herbert Williams of Trecastell, Beaumaris [135]
  • 1889: Colone1 George McCorquodale of Gadlys [136]
  • 1890: Charles Hughes Hunter of Plas Coch[137]
  • 1891: Henry Robert Poole of Beaumaris[138]
  • 1892: Harry Clegg of Plas Llanfair [139]
  • 1893: Captain Owen Thomas of Brynddu, Rhosgoch [140]
  • 1894: George Robb-Cox of Min-y-Garth [141]
  • 1895: Samuel Taylor Chadwick of Haulfre [142]
  • 1896: Rupert Mason of Tan-y-Coed, Llandegfan [143]
  • 1897: William Thomas of Tregarnedd, Llangefni [144]
  • 1898: John Robert Davies of Ceris, Bangor [145]
  • 1899: The Honourable Claud Hamilton Vivian of Plas Gwyn, Pentraeth [146]

20th century[edit]

  • 1900: Richard Bennett, of Beaumaris [147]
  • 1901: William Jones of Llwydiarth Fawr, Llanerchymedd [148]
  • 1902: Russell Allen of Beaumaris [149]
  • 1903: Robert Williams Roberts of Craig Owen, Menai Bridge [150]
  • 1904: William Glynne Massey of Cornelyn, Beaumaris [151]
  • 1905: John Prichard-Jones of Bron Menai, Dwyrau [152]
  • 1906: Owen Prichard of Gloucester-square, London[153]
  • 1907: Captain Eric James Walter Platt of Bryn-y-mel, Menai Bridge[154]
  • 1908: Robert Edward Jones of Frondeg, Rhosneigr[155]
  • 1909: Henry Rees Davies of Treborth, Bangor, Carnarvonshire [156]
  • 1910: James Venmore of Anfield, Liverpool (Born 1850, Llanerchymedd, Anglesey)[157]
  • 1911: Major William Augustus Lane Fox-Pitt of Presaddfed, Bodedern, Valley[158]
  • 1912: Robert John Thomas of Garreg Lwyd, Holyhead and Wimbledon, London [159]
  • 1913: The Hon. Arthur Lyulph Stanley, of Penrhos, Holyhead[160]
  • 1914: Arthur Frederick Pearson of Soldiers' Point, Holyhead and Queen's Gate, London, S.W.[161]
  • 1915: Henry Stinton Lowe of Rhosneigr, Ty Croes[162]
  • 1916: Alexander Thomas Eccles of Uwchydon, Trearddur Bay, Holyhead and The Grange, Darwen, Lancs [163]
  • 1917: Henry Mulleneux Grayson of Ravens Point, Holyhead and Lancaster Gate, London, W.[164]
  • 1918: Frederick William Turner, of Cartrefle, Menai Bridge[165]
  • 1919: Thomas Williams, of 145, Edge Lane, Liverpool[166]
  • 1920: Ernest Bland Royden of Uwchydon, Trearddiir Bay, Anglesey[167]
  • 1921: John Horridge of Plas Llanfai[168]
  • 1922: Owen Williams of Ormonde House, Buckhurst Hill, Essex[169]
  • 1923: Major Sir Charles MacIver of Glan-y-Menai, Menai Bridge[170]
  • 1924: Charles Livingston of Minygarth, Glyngarth[171]
  • 1925: Sir Francis Henry Dent of Porthyfelin, Holyhead[172]
  • 1926: Reginald Moseley of Collar House, Prestbury, Cheshire and Cerrig, Penmon, Anglesey[173]
  • 1927: Segar Segar-Owen of Kelmscott,Appleton, near Warrington and 4, Victoria Terrace, Beaumaris, Anglesey[174]
  • 1928: Capt. Richard Rees Davies of Treborth, Bangor[175]
  • 1929: Lieut.-Col. Bertie Cunynghame Dwyer-Hampton of Henllys, Beaumaris[176]
  • 1930: Edward Dean of Porthycastell, Trearddur Bay, Holyhead[177]
  • 1931: Sir William Henry Hoare Vincent of Treborth, Bangor[178]
  • 1932: Richard Joseph Yeoward of Belan Fawr, Rhosneigr[179]
  • 1933: David Evans of Cynlais, Beaumaris [180]
  • 1934: Hugh Lewis of St. David's, Rhosneigr[181]
  • 1935: Lieut.-Col. John Evans Lloyd of Bryn, Llanerchymedd[182]
  • 1936: Raymond Yeoward of Belan, Rhosneigr[183]
  • 1937: Edward Rye of The Ridge, Glyn Garth [184]
  • 1938: John Parry Thomas of Porthwen, Seafield Drive, Wallasey and Porthwen, Amlwch, Anglesey[185]
  • 1939: Major Sir George Llewelyn Tapps-Gervis-Meyrick of Bodorgan[186]
  • 1940: John Richard Jones of Glasgraig Isaf, Rhosybol[187]
  • 1941: Arthur Venmore of "Bronydd", Cemaes Bay[188]
  • 1942: Herbert James Rowse of Cae Llyn, Rhoscolyn [189]
  • 1943: Sir Alfred Rowland Clegg of Llanidan Hall, Bryrisiencyn[190]
  • 1944: Thomas Forshaw of Penmorfa, Pentraeth[191]
  • 1945: Roger Edward John Lloyd of Plas Tregayan, Llangefni[192]
  • 1946: George Derek Leigh Tootell of Pen-y-Graig, Rhoscolyn[193]
  • 1947: James Chadwick of Haulfre, Llangoed, Beaumaris[194]
  • 1948: George Tregarneth of Voelvanna, Church Bay, Rhydwyn, Holyhead [195]
  • 1949: Lieut-Col. Adam Trevor Smail of Henblas, Bodorgan [196]
  • 1950: Sir Charles Michael Robert Vivian Duff, Bt. of Vaynol Park, Bangor, Caernarvon, and Trefarthen, Anglesey [197]
  • 1951: Charles Dundas Lawrie of Plas Gwyn, Anglesey[198][199]
  • for 1974 onwards see High Sheriff of Gwynedd

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