High Sheriff of Lancashire

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John of Gaunt was the Sheriff of Lancashire in the years 1362–1371.

The High Sheriff of Lancashire is an ancient officer, now largely ceremonial, granted to Lancashire, a county in North West England.[1] High Shrievalties are the oldest secular titles under the Crown, in England and Wales. The High Sheriff of Lancashire is the representative of the monarch in the county, and is the "Keeper of The Queen's Peace" in the county, executing judgements of the High Court through an Under Sheriff.

Throughout the Middle Ages, the High Sheriff was a powerful political position; the sheriffs were responsible for the maintenance of law and order and various other roles. Some of its powers were relinquished in 1547 as the Lord Lieutenant of Lancashire was instated to deal with military duties. It was in 1908 under King Edward VII of the United Kingdom that the Lord Lieutenant position became more senior than the High Sheriff. Since that time the High Sheriff has broadly become an honorific title, with many of its previous roles been taken up by High Court judges, magistrates, coroners, local authorities, and the police.

The sheriff conventionally serves for a term of a year, with the term of office starting in March. Unlike other counties, the honour in Lancashire is bestowed by the monarch in their role as Duke of Lancaster, by pricking the Lites. This page lists persons to have held the position, and is divided by sovereign state and Royal house. Another list of sheriffs of Lancashire from 1087 to 1886 is compiled in Edward Baines's "History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster". This names many other individuals for the earliest years of the office.[2]

In April 2015 Amanda Parker of Browsholme Hall, Clitheroe, became High Sheriff and launched a website to promote the office: highsheriffoflancashire.co.uk.[3]

Part of the Kingdom of England[edit]

House of Plantagenet[edit]

  • 1154–1160 Bertram de Bulmer of Brancepeth and Sheriff Hutton
  • 1160–1162 Geoffrey de Valoignes of Farleton and Cantsfield
  • 1162–1166 Sir Bertram de Bulmer of Brancepeth and Sheriff Hutton
  • 1166–1170 William de Vesci, Lord of Alnwick
  • 1170–1173 Roger de Herleberga
  • 1173–1174 Ranulf de Glanvill
  • 1174–1185 Ralph FitzBernard
  • 1185–1185 Hugo Pipard
  • 1185–1188 Gilbert Pipard
  • 1188–1189 Peter Pipard
  • 1189–1194 Richard de Vernon (1st term)
  • 1194–1194 Theobald Walter, 1st Baron Butler
  • 1194–1196 Benedict Garnet, of Caton
  • 1196–1197 Robert de Vavasour of Hazelwood, Tadcaster
  • 1197–1198 Nicholas le Boteler
  • 1198–1199 Stephen of Thornham
  • 1199–1200 Robert de Tatteshall, near Pontefract
  • 1200–1204 Richard de Vernon (2nd term)
  • 1204–1205 Sir William Vernon
  • 1205–1215 Gilbert FitzReinfrid, Baron of Kendal
  • 1205–1215 Adam FitzRoger of Yealand (1st term)
  • 1215–1216 Reginald de Cornhill of Kent
  • 1216–1217 Ranulph de Blundevill
  • 1217–1222 Jordan FitzRoger
  • 1223–1223 Stephen de Segrave
  • 1223–1226 Robert de Montjoy
  • 1226–1227 William de Ferrers, 4th Earl of Derby
  • 1227–1228 Gerard Etwell of Etwall, Derbyshire
  • 1228–1232 Sir Adam de Yealand (2nd term)
  • 1232–1232 Peter de Rivaux
  • 1232–1233 William de Lancaster, Baron of Kendal
  • 1233–1234 Gilbert de Wyteby
  • 1234–1240 Simon de Thornton "Clericus"
  • 1240–1241 John de Lancaster
  • 1241–1245 Robert de Waterfal
  • 1245–1246 Richard le Boteler
  • 1246–1247 Sir Matthew de Redmayne, Lord of Levens
  • 1247–1255 Sir Robert de Lathum
  • 1255–1259 Sir Patrick de Ulvesby
  • 1259–1259 Sir William le Boteler, Lord of Warrington
  • 1259–1261 Sir Geoffrey de Chetham
  • 1261–1264 Sir Adam de Montalt
  • 1264–1267 Roger de Lancaster, Lord of Rydal
  • 1267–1269 Edmund, 1st Earl of Lancaster
  • 1269–1270 Sir Richard le Boteler of Rawcliffe, Fylde
  • 1270–1272 John de Cansfield of Aldingham
  • 1272–1274 Sir Ranulph de Dacre of Dacre, Cumberland
  • 1274–1284 Sir Henry de Lea of Preston
  • 1284–1290 Gilbert de Clifton
  • 1291–1298 Sir Ralph de Montjoy
  • 1298–1298 Thomas, 2nd Earl of Lancaster
  • 1298–1301 Richard de Hoghton
  • 1301–1307 Sir Thomas Travers
  • 1307–1309 William Gentyl the elder of Poulton-le-Sands
  • 1309–1315 Sir Ralph de Bickerstath of Bickerstaffe (died of wounds after Battle of Preston, 1315)
  • 1315–1317 Sir Edmund de Neville from Hornby
  • 1317–1320 Sir Henry de Malton of Malton, Yorkshire
  • 1320–1322 William Gentyl the younger
  • 1322–1323 Robert de Leyburn (1st term)
  • 1323–1323 John Darcy
  • 1323–1326 Sir Gilbert de Southworth of Southworth, Warrington
  • 1326–1326 Robert de Leyburn (2nd term, died in office)
  • 1326–1327 Sir Geoffrey de Warburton
  • 1327–1327 Henry, 3rd Earl of Lancaster
  • 1327–1328 John de Burghton
  • 1328–1329 John de Hamburg
  • 1329–1332 Sir John de Denum
  • 1332–1335 Robert Foucher
  • 1335–1336 William de Clapham of Clapham, Yorkshire
  • 1336–1337 Sir William le Blount (killed in office)
  • 1337–1342 Robert de Radcliffe of Ordsall, Salford
  • 1342–1344 Sir John le Blount (brother of Sir William, HS 1336)
  • 1344–1345 Stephen de Ireton
  • 1345–1345 Henry, 1st Duke of Lancaster
  • 1345–1350 John Cockayne
  • 1350–1358 Sir William Scargill
  • 1358–1359 William de Radcliffe
  • 1359–1361 Nicholas de Coleshill
  • 1361–1361 Sir John de Ipres
  • 1361–1362 Adam de Hoghton
  • 1362–1371 John of Gaunt, 1st Duke of Lancaster
  • 1371–1371 Richard de Radcliffe
  • 1371–1374 Sir John le Boteler of Warrington and Beausay[4]
  • 1374–1377 Richard de Towneley
  • 1377–1384 Sir Nicholas Haryngton of Farleton in Lonsdale
  • 1384–1387 Sir Ralph de Radcliffe of Blackburn and Smithills Hall
  • 1387–1392 Robert de Standish
  • 1392–1397 Sir John le Boteler
  • 1397–1399 Richard Molyneux

House of Lancaster[edit]

House of York[edit]

  • 1461–1462 John Broughton of Broughton
  • 1462–1464 Sir John Assheton of Ashton-under-Lyne
  • 1464–1465 John Pilkington of Pilkington
  • 1465–1466 Thomas Pilkington of Pilkington
  • 1466–1473 Sir Robert Urswick of Urswick
  • 1473–1480 Thomas Molyneux of Sefton
  • 1480–1485 Sir Thomas Pilkington of Pilkington

House of Tudor[edit]

House of Stuart[edit]

Commonwealth[edit]

House of Stuart, restoration[edit]

  • 1660 George Chetham of Clayton Hall
  • 1661 Sir George Middleton of Leighton Hall, Carnforth
  • 1663 John Girlington of Thurland Castle
  • 1664 Thomas Preston of Holker, Furness[12]
  • 12 November 1665: William Spencer,[13] of Ashton Hall
  • 7 November 1666: Sir John Ardene,[14] of Harden
  • 6 November 1667: Thomas Greenhalgh,[15] of Brandlesholme, near Oldham
  • 6 November 1668: Thomas Greenhalgh,[16] of Brandlesholme, near Oldham
  • 11 November 1669: Christopher Banastre[17] of Bank Hall, Bretherton
  • 4 November 1670: Sir Henry Sclater,[18] of Light Oaks, near Leigh
  • 9 November 1671: Sir Robert Bindlosse, 1st Baronet,[19] of Borwick Hall, Carnforth
  • 11 November 1672: Sir Robert Bindlosse, 1st Baronet,[20] of Borwick Hall, Carnforth
  • 12 November 1673: Sir Peter Brooke,[21] of Astley Hall
  • 5 November 1674: Alexander Butterworth,[22][23] of Belfield, Butterworth[24]
  • 10 November 1676: Alexander Rigby,[25][26][27] of Layton, Poulton-le-Fylde
  • 14 November 1678: Sir Roger Bradshaigh, 1st Baronet,[28] of Haigh Hall, near Wigan
  • 1 December 1679: William Johnson, of Rishton Grange, Clitheroe
  • 30 October 1680: Lawrence Rawstane, of New Hall, Edenfield
  • 1682–1683 Thomas Legh of Bank, Leyland
  • 1684–1685 Peter Shakerley of Shakerley, Tyldesley
  • 1686–1688 William Spencer of Ashton Hall
  • 1689 John Birch of Birch Hall, Manchester
  • 1690 Peter Bold of Bold, Warrington
  • 1691 Alexander Rigby of Whittle-le-Woods and Layton, Liverpool
  • 1692 Francis Lindley of Bowling Hall
  • 1693 Thomas Rigby of Whittle-le-Woods
  • 1694 Thomas Ashurst of Ashurst, near Wigan
  • 1695 Richard Spencer of Preston
  • 1696 Thomas Norreys of Speke Hall, Liverpool
  • 1697 Roger Mainwaring of Clitheroe
  • 1698 William West of Middleton, Near Heysham
  • 1699 Robert Dukinfield of Dukinfield, Ashton-under-Lyne
  • 1700 Thomas Rigby of Goosnargh
  • 1701 William Hulme of Davyhulme, near Manchester
  • 1702 Roger Nowell of Read Hall, Blackburn
  • 1703 Peter Egerton of Shaw Hill, near Manchester
  • 1704 George Birch then Thomas Birch of Birch Hall, Rusholme
  • 1705 Richard Spencer of Preston
  • 1706 Christopher Dauntesey of Agecroft

Part of the Kingdom of Great Britain[edit]

House of Stuart, restoration[edit]

  • 1707 Edmund Cole of Beaumont Cote, Lancaster
  • 1708 Myles Sandys of Graythwaite Hall, Furness
  • 1709 Roger Kirkby (died Feb 1709) of Kirby-Ireleth, Furness then Alexander Hesketh
  • 1710 Robert Parker of Cuerden Hall
  • 1711 Sir Thomas Standish of Duxbury Hall
  • 1712 William Rawstorne of Edenfield and Penwortham
  • 1713 Richard Valentine of Eccles
  • 1714 William Farington of Leyland

House of Hanover[edit]

  • 1715 Jonathan Blackburne of Orford Hall, Warrington
  • 1716 Thomas Crisp of Parbold, nr. Wigan
  • 1717 Samuel Crooke of the Old Crook, Leyland
  • 1718 Richard Norris of Speke Hall
  • 1719 Thomas Stanley of Clitheroe
  • 1720 Robert Mawdesley of Mawdesley, Near Ormskirk
  • 1721 Benjamin Hoghton of Hoghton Tower
  • 1722 Benjamin Gregge of Chamber Hall, near Oldham
  • 1723 Sir Edward Stanley of Bickerstaffe, near Ormskirk
  • 1724 William Tatham of Ireby, near Kirkby Lonsdale
  • 1725 Miles Sandy of Graythwaite Hall, Hawkeshead
  • 1726 Edmund Hopwood of Hopwood Hall, Middleton
  • 1727 Daniel Wilson of Dalham Tower, near Milnthorpe
  • 1728 Joseph Yates of Stanley House, Manchester
  • 1729 William Greenhaigh of Myerscough, near Preston
  • 1730 James Chetham of Smedley
  • 1731 William Leigh of Westhoughton
  • 1732 John Parker of Breightmet, near Bolton
  • 1733 John Greaves of Culcheth, near Leigh
  • 1734 William Bushell of Preston
  • 1735 Arthur Hamilton of Liverpool
  • 1736 Sir James Darcy Lever of Alkrington Hall, Manchester
  • 1737 Thomas Horton of Chadderton Hall
  • 1738 Samuel Chetham of Turton Tower and Castleton
  • 1739 Sir Ralph Assheton of Middleton
  • 1740 Roger Hesketh of North Meols, Southport
  • 1741 Robert Dukinfield of Manchester
  • 1742 Robert Bankes of Winstanley Hall, near Wigan
  • 1743 John Blackburne of Orford Hall, Warrington
  • 1744 Robert Radclyffe of Foxdenton Hall, Chadderton
  • 1745 Daniel Willis of Prescot
  • 1746 William Shawe of Preston
  • 1747 Samuel Birch of Ardwick
  • 1748 George Clarke of Hyde Hall, Manchester
  • 1749 Rigby Molyneux of Preston
  • 1750 Charles Stanley of Ormskirk
  • 1751 James Fenton of Lancaster
  • 1752 Richard Townley of Belfield Hall, Butterworth, Rochdale[29]
  • 1753 John Bradshaw of Manchester
  • 1754 Thomas Hesketh of Rufford Old Hall
  • 1755 Thomas Johnson of Manchester
  • 1756 James Barton of Penwortham, Preston
  • 1757 James Bayley of Withington, Manchester
  • 1758 Robert Gibson of Myerscough
  • 1759 Richard Whitehead of Claughton, near Preston
  • 1760 Samuel Hilton of Pennington, Leigh
  • 1761 Sir William Farington of Shaw Hall, Leyland
  • 1762 Thomas Braddyll of Conishead, Ulverston
  • 1763 Thomas Blackburne of Hale and Orford Hall, Warrington
  • 1764 Sir William Horton, 1st Baronet of Chadderton[30]
  • 1765 John Walmesley of Wigan
  • 1766 Edward Gregge of Oldham
  • 1767 Alexander Butler of Kirkland Hall
  • 1768 Thomas Butterworth Bayley of Pendleton
  • 1769 Dorning Rasbotham of Farnworth
  • 1770 Nicholas Ashton of Liverpool
  • 1771 Sir Ashton Lever of Alkrington Hall Middleton
  • 1772 William Cunliffe Shawe of Singleton Lodge, Preston
  • 1773 Thomas Patten of Bank Hall, Warrington
  • 1774 Geoffrey Hornby of Preston
  • 1775 Sir Watts Horton, 2nd Baronet of Chadderton Hall[30]
  • 1776 Lawrence Rawsthorne of Edenfield
  • 1777 Samuel Clowes of Chorlton
  • 1778 Wilson Gale-Braddyll of Conishead
  • 1779 John Clayton of Carr Hall, Little Harwood
  • 1780 John Atherton of Walton Hall, Liverpool
  • 1781 John Blackburne of Orford Hall, Warrington
  • 1782 Sir Frank Standish of Duxbury Hall
  • 1783 James Whalley, later Sir James Whalley-Smythe-Gardiner, 2nd Baronet of Whalley[31]
  • 1784 William Bankes of Wigan
  • 1785 John Sparling of Liverpool
  • 1786 Sir John Parker Mosley, 1st Baronet of Ancoats[31]
  • 1787 William Bamford of Bury
  • 1788 Edward Falkner of Liverpool
  • 1789 William Hulton of Hulton Park, near Bolton
  • 1790 Charles Gibson of Lancaster
  • 1791 James Starky of Heywood, Lancashire
  • 1792 William Assheton of Preston and Clitheroe
  • 1793 Thomas Townley Parker of Preston[32]
  • 1794 Henry Philip Hoghton of Hoghton Tower and Walton
  • 1795 Robinson Shuttleworth of Preston
  • 1796 Richard Gwillym of Warrington
  • 1797 Bold Fleetwood Hesketh of Southport
  • 1798 John Entwistle of Rochdale
  • 1799 Joseph Starkie of Oldham
  • 1800 James Ackers of Liverpool

Part of the United Kingdom[edit]

House of Hanover[edit]

House of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha[edit]

House of Windsor[edit]

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