High Sheriff of Lincolnshire

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This is a list of High Sheriffs of Lincolnshire.

The High Sheriff is the oldest secular office under the Crown. Formerly the High Sheriff was the principal law enforcement officer in the county but over the centuries most of the responsibilities associated with the post have been transferred elsewhere or are now defunct, so that its functions are now largely ceremonial. The High Sheriff changes every March.

Between 1974 and 1996 the shrievalty in Lincolnshire was interrupted when the County of Humberside took over the complete northern part of the county. In 1996 the northern bailiwicks reverted to Lincolnshire once more,after eight North Lincolnshire based High Sheriffs of Humberside had administered the area.

10th to 12th century[edit]

?-1115: Osbert

  • 1115-: Wigod
  • c1129: Rainer of Bath
  • 1130s: Hacon
  • 1154: Rainer of Bath
  • 1155: Jordan of Blossevilla
  • 1156–1162: Walter de Amundevel
  • 1163–1164: Peter de Gossa
  • 1165: William de Lisle
  • 1166 Aluredus de Poiltona
  • 1167–1168: Philip de Kyme
  • 1169–1170: Walter of Grimesby
  • 1171–1174: Walter and Aluredus de Poiltona
  • 1175–1176: Drogo, son of Radulph
  • 1177–1183: William Basset of Sapcote, Leics
  • 1184–1187: Nigel, son of Alexander
  • 1189: Gerard de Camville and Roger de Stikewald
  • 1190: Gerard de Camville
  • 1191–1192: Gerard de Camville and Roger de Stikewald
  • 1193: Gerard de Camville and Eustatius de Hedenham
  • 1194: Simon de Kyme and Peter de Trehanton
  • 1195–1196: Simon de Kyme and Peter of Beckering and Robert de Trehanton
  • 1197: Philip son of Robert
  • 1199: Robert de Tatteshall

13th century[edit]

  • 1200–1205: Gerard de Camville and Hugh son of Richard
  • 1206–1208: Thomas de Multon, Lord
  • 1209–1210 Hubert de Burgh and Alex Ormesby
  • 1211: Hubert de Burgh and Robert de Aoziulver
  • 1212: Hubert de Burgh and Robert Aquilum
  • 1213–1214: Hubert de Burgh and Robert Aquilum and Alex de Puncton
  • 1215: John Marescallus (Sir John Marshal)
  • 1216: Nicholaa de la Haye (a woman) was appointed jointly with Philip Marc[2]
  • 1216: William Longespée, 3rd Earl of Salisbury and William son of Warner
  • 1217–1221: William Longespée, 3rd Earl of Salisbury and John Bonet
  • 1222–1223: Stephen de Segne and Radulphus the son of Regin.
  • 1224–1225: Hugh of Wells and Radulphus son of Regin.
  • 1226–1228: Radulphus son of Regin.
  • 1227: Hugh de Neville[3]
  • 1229: Robert de Rokefield
  • 1230–1231; Walter de Cuerame and William de Curum
  • 1232–1235: Phillip de Lacelles
  • 1236–1239: Robert Wolf (Lupus)
  • 1240–1244: Radulph de Basset
  • 1245: William de Derleg
  • 1246–1250: William son of Curzim
  • 1251–1255: Gilbertus de Cheile
  • 1256: Roger Beler
  • 1257: William de Leverton
  • 1258: John de Cookerington
  • 1259: William of Angleby and William of Nottingham
  • 1260–1261: Hamo Hauteyn
  • 1262–1264: William de Grey
  • 1265: William and Richard de Grey and William of Nottingham
  • 1266–1267: Richard and William Will. and James Panton
  • 1268–1271: Jacobus Panton
  • 1272–1274: Thomas De Bolton
  • 1275: Richardus De Harington
  • 1276–1278: Nicholaus De Rye
  • 1279–1281: Adamus De Sancto Laudo
  • 1282: Radulphus De Arnehall
  • 1283–1285: Radulphus De Arnhall and Walterus De Stuchesse
  • 1286–1290: Robertus De Cadworth
  • 1291–1292: Johannes Dyne
  • 1293: Johannes and Radulphus De Trihampton
  • 1294–1297: Robertus le Venur
  • 1298–1299: Radulphus De Paynell and Richard De Draycot

14th century[edit]

  • 1300: Ricardus De Howell
  • 1301-2: Hugo De Bussey
  • 1303: Thomas Filius Eustarchi
  • 1304: Thomas Filius Eustarchi and Johannes Nevile
  • 1305–1307: Thomas De Burnham
  • 1308-9: Radulphus Paynell
  • 1310: Thomas De Burnham
  • 1311-12: Johannes De Neville and Radulphus De Rye
  • 1313-14: Johannes De Neville
  • 1315-16: Thomas De Tittele and Johannes De Nevile
  • 1317: Johannes De Nevile and Robertus De Staunton
  • 1318: Robertus De Staunton
  • 1319: Robertus De Staunton and Simon De Landerthorpe
  • 1320–1323 Johannes De Bellafide
  • 1324: Simon le Chamberlayne
  • 1325-6: Simon le Chamberlayne and Reginaldus Donington
  • 1327: Thomas De Novo Mercato
  • 1328: Simon Kinardsley
  • 1329-30: Thomas De Novo Mercato
  • 1331: Radulphus De Sancto Laudo and Thomas De Novo Mercato
  • 1332-3: Reginaldus De Donington and Radulphus De Sancto Laudo
  • 1334-5: Johannes De Trehamptor
  • 1336: Radulphus De Sancto Laudo and Reginaldus De Donington
  • 1337: Johannes De Bolingbroke and Johannes De Trehampton
  • 1338-9: Gilbertus De Beaved
  • 1340-1: Willielmus Disney and Gilbertus De Leddred
  • 1342: Willielmus Franuke
  • 1343: Johannes De Hundon
  • 1344-5: Saierus De Rochford
  • 1346-8 :Johannes De Trehampton
  • 1349–1354: Saierus De Rochford
  • 1355–1358: Thomas De Fulvetby and Saierus De Rochford
  • 1359-60: Johannes De Cormil
  • 1361-2: Johannes De Boys
  • 1363–1368: Willielmus Handley
  • 1369–1372: Thomas De Fulvetby
  • 1373: Willielmus Bussey
  • 1374: Johannes Hode
  • 1375: Thomas De Kydale
  • 1376: Rogerus De Baler
  • 1377: Radolphus Paynel
  • 1378: Thomas De Kydale De Ferriby
  • 1379: William De Spaygne
  • 1380: John Ponger
  • 1381: Thomas Thimelby of Poolham [4]
  • 1382: William Belesby De Belesby
  • 1383: John Ponger
  • 1384: John Bussey De Hather
  • 1385: William Spayne
  • 1386: John Bussey De Hather
  • 1387: Phillip De Tilney De Boston
  • 1388: William Belesby De Belesby
  • 1389: Anketin Mallore
  • 1390: Walter Tailboys of Sotby and Skellingthorpe [3]
  • 1391: John Bussey De Hather
  • 1392: John Rochford of Fenn of Boston
  • 1393: Henry de Retford of Castlethorpe and Carlton Raynell
  • 1394: John Copildyke of Harrington
  • 1395: John Skipwith of Ormsby[5]
  • 1396: John Walsh, of Grimsby
  • 1397: Roger Welby
  • 1398: Henry de Redford of Castlethorpe and Carlton Raynell
  • 1399: John Littlebury, Kt

15th century[edit]

  • 1400: Sir John Copildyke, Kt
  • 1401: Sir John Rochford, Kt and Thomas Swynford
  • 1402: Gerard Sothill of Itedbourn, Kt
  • 1403-4: Thomas Willoughby, of Eresby, Kt
  • 1405: Thomas Hawley of Grisby and Utterby
  • 1406: Sir Henry Redford of Castlethorpe and Carlton Raynell
  • 1407: Ralph Rochford, Kt
  • 1408: Sir Thomas Chaworth of Wiverton, Notts. and Alfreton, Derbys.[6]
  • 1409: Sir John Rochford
  • 1410: John De Waterton, of Waterton
  • 1411-12: Robert Waterton, of Waterton
  • 1413: Thomas Clarell
  • 1414: Robert Hilton
  • 1415: Thomas Cumberworth, of Cumberworth, Kt
  • 1416: Nicholas Tournay of Cainby
  • 1417: John Normanvile
  • 1418: Sir Thomas Chaworth of Wiverton, Notts. and Alfreton, Derbys.[6]
  • 1419: Richard Hansard of South Kelsey
  • 1420: Robert Roos, of Melton
  • 1421: Robert Clarell
  • 1422: Thomas Clarell
  • 1423: Walter Tailboys [3]
  • 1424: John Haytfeld
  • 1425: Robert Hildyard
  • 1426: John Talboys
  • 1427: William Copuldike
  • 1428: Henry Retford
  • 1429: Hamon Sutton of Willoughby
  • 1430: William Rither, Kt
  • 1431: Thomas Cumberworth, of Cumberwerth, Kt
  • 1432: Robert Roos of Melton, Kt
  • 1433: John Pigot, of Doddington
  • 1434: Thomas Darcy, of Norton
  • 1435: John Constable, of Halsham
  • 1436: Robert Roos, of Melton, Kt
  • 1437: Thomas Meres, of Kirton
  • 1438: Phillip Tilney, of Boston
  • 1439: Hugh Willoughby, of Eresby, Kt
  • 1440: John Neville [3]
  • 1441: Nicholas Bowet, Kt
  • 1442: Roger Pedwardin, of Burton Pedwardin, Kt
  • 1443: John Soothil, of Redbourn
  • 1444-5: Thomas Moigne
  • 1446: John Harrington
  • 1447: Thomas Meres, of Kirton
  • 1448: Nicholas Bowet, Kt
  • 1449: Mancer Marmyon, of Rippingale[7] & Galby, Kt
  • 1450: Brian Stapleton
  • 1451: William Rither, Kt
  • 1452: Nicholas Bowet, Kt
  • 1453: John Neville
  • 1454: Richard Waterton, of Waterton
  • 1455: Henry Retford, Kt
  • 1456: John Tempest [3]
  • 1457: John Harrington
  • 1458: Richard Waterton, of Waterton
  • 1459: William Skipwith of South Ormsby[8]
  • 1460: John Marmyon, of Rippingale[7] & Galby
  • 1461: Thomas Borough of Gainsborough
  • 1462-3: Thomas Blount
  • 1464: William Skipwith, of South Ormsby,Kt
  • 1465: Brian Stapleton, Kt
  • 1466: John Whichcote, of Harpswell
  • 1467: Robert Constable, of Halsham, Kt
  • 1468: Thomas Meres, of Kirton
  • 1469: Richard FitzWilliam, of Mablethorpe, Kt
  • 1470: Richard Tempest, Kt
  • 1471: Richard Welby
  • 1472: Leonard Thornburgh
  • 1473: Thomas Kime, of Friesney
  • 1474: John Villiers, of Leicestershire
  • 1475: Thomas Wimbech
  • 1476: Robert Markham, of Sidebrook, Kt
  • 1477: William Bolle
  • 1478: William Browne
  • 1479: Thomas Tempest
  • 1480: John Bushy, Kt
  • 1481: Robert Talboys, Kt
  • 1482: William Tyrwhitt of Kettleby (1st term)
  • 1483: Thomas Knight
  • 1484: Robert Dymoke, Kt (1st term)
  • 1485: Thomas Meres, of Kirton
  • 1486: Thomas Pinchbeck
  • 1487: Brian Standford
  • 1488: John Copuldike, of Harrington
  • 1489: Thomas Tempest, Kt
  • 1490: Oliver St. John, Kt
  • 1491: Henry Willoughby, of Eresby, Kt
  • 1492: Thomas Welby
  • 1493: John Skipwith, of South Ormsby
  • 1494: John Hussey, of Sleaford
  • 1495: William Shirwell, Kt
  • 1496: George Talboys
  • 1497: Mancer Marmion, of Rippingale[7] & Galby
  • 1498: Thomas Knight
  • 1499: Thomas De la Land, of Ashby, Kt

16th century[edit]

17th century[edit]

18th century[edit]

19th century[edit]

20th century[edit]

  • 1901: Joseph Cliff, of Scawby Grove[241]
  • 1902: John Drysdale Sandars, of North Sandsfield, Gainsborough[242]
  • 1903: Arthur Gilstrap Soames, of Great Limber, Brocklesby
  • 1904: Jack Sutcliffe, of Field House, Grimsby
  • 1905: Sir Berkeley Digby George Sheffield, of Normanby Hall
  • 1906: John St. Vigor Fox, of Girsby Manor
  • 1907: Edgar Lubbock, of Caythorpe Court
  • 1908: William Vere Reeve Fane, of Fulbeck Hall
  • 1909: William Bennett, of Bank House, Grimsby
  • 1910: Fitzalan Howard, of Holyrood House, Spalding
  • 1911: John Sherard Reeve, of Leadenham House.[243]
  • 1912: George Henry Caton Haigh, of Grainsby Hall, Grimsby
  • 1913: Henry John Hope Barton, of Saxby.[244]
  • 1914: Richard Castell Bacon, of Willingham by Stow
  • 1915: Frederick Acton, of Miramar, Seacroft, Skegness
  • 1916: Sir Francis Sowerby Bennett, of Fryston, Grimsby
  • 1917: Lt. Col. Joseph Seward Ruston, of Monks Manor, Lincoln
  • 1918: Christopher Hatton Turnor, of Stoke Rochford
  • 1919: Meaburn Staniland, of Somersby.[245]
  • 1920: Maj. Herman Dickinson Marshall, of Pilham Hall, Gainsborough.[246]
  • 1921: Maj. Walter Hugh Rawnsley, of Well Vale, Alford.[247]
  • 1922: Capt. Richard Gleed, of Park House, Donington, Spalding.[248]
  • 1923: Joseph Tertius Talbot Cliff, of Scawby Grove, Brigg.[249]
  • 1924: Clement Henry Newsum, of Eastwood House, Lincoln.[250]
  • 1925: Col. Edward Kyme Cordeaux, of Brackenborough Lawn, Louth.[251]
  • 1926: Lt. Col. William Ernest George Archibald Weigall, KCMG, of Petwood, Woodhall Spa.[252]
  • 1927: John Watkinson Ramsden, of Hareby House, Spilsby.[253]
  • 1928: Harry Ernest Knott, of The Towers, Grimsby.[254]
  • 1929: Tom Sutcliffe, of Stallingborough.[255]
  • 1930: Maj. Charles Francis Cracroft Jarvis, of Doddington.[256]
  • 1931: Lt. Col. Edmund Royds, of Stubton.[257]
  • 1932: Thomas Henry Haggas, of Walmsgate.[258]
  • 1933: Maj. William Gilliat Cragg, of Threekingham.[259]
  • 1934: Capt. Oscar Dixon Kenwick Hall, Legbourne.[260]
  • 1935: Edward Everard Earle Welby Everard, of Gosberton.[261]
  • 1936: John William Gleed, of West Elloe, Spalding.[262]
  • 1937: Lt. Cmdr. John Cracroft-Amcotts, of Rauceby.[263]
  • 1938: Maj. the Hon. Dudley Roger Hugh Pelham, of Canwick Hall, Lincoln.[264]
  • 1939: George Tickler, of The Manor House, Bradley, Grimsby.[265]
  • 1940: Arthur Hovenden Worth, of Hovenden House, Fleet, Holbeach.[266]
  • 1941: Sir Robert Pattinson, of The Fosse House, Northgate, Lincoln.[267]
  • 1942: Sir John Denton Marsden, Baronet, of Panton Hall, Lincoln.[268]
  • 1943: Ernest William Bowser, of Tytton Hall, near Boston.[269]
  • 1944: John Vincent Sheffield, of Little Normanby, Scunthorpe.[270]
  • 1945: Thomas Whyment Atkinson, of Haconby Hall, near Bourne.[271]
  • 1946: Maj. Sir Ernest Sleight, 2nd Baronet, of Crossways, Stallingborough.[272]
  • 1947: Lt. Col. Sir Arthur Pelham Heneage, of Walesby Hall, near Market Rasen.[273]
  • 1948: George Arthur Worth, of Field House, Fleet, near Spalding.[274]
  • 1949: Lt. Col. John William Eric Graves Sandars, of Gate Burton Hall, Gainsborough.[275]
  • 1950: Maj. Harry Spilman of Aylesby Manor.[276]
  • 1951: Lt Col. Oswald Bissill Giles, of The Elms, Horncastle Road, Boston.[277]
  • 1952: Capt. Henry William Newman Fane
  • 1953: Sir Oliver Charles Earle Welby, Bt
  • 1954: Lt. Col. Sir Weston Cracroft-Amcotts, Kt., MC, of Hackthorn Hall, Lincolnshire.[278]
  • 1955: Sir John Denton Marsden, Bt.
  • 1956: Ralph George Edward Jarvis
  • 1957: Lt. Col. William Reeve, of Leadenham House
  • 1958: Sir Denis Le Marchant Bt
  • 1959: Maj. Edmund Charles Reginald Sheffield
  • 1960: John Richard Berge-Coupland
  • 1961: Lt.Colonel Sir Hugh John Francis Sibthorpe Cholmeley, Bt.
  • 1962: Major Sir Henry Hawley, Bt.
  • 1963: Capt. Edward Cawdron Cordeaux, then Capt. Henry Nicholas Nevile (later Sir Henry Nevile)
  • 1964: Maj. The Hon. John Edward Pelham (Lord Worsley)
  • 1965: Lt. Cmdr. Geoffrey Weston Wells
  • 1966: John Charles Peregrine Langton
  • 1967: John Gerald Turton Eccles
  • 1968: Capt. Sir Anthony Henry Thorold Bt.
  • 1969: Capt. Jeremy Gervase Geoffrey Philip Elwes
  • 1970: Lt. Col. Roger Sutton Nelthorpe
  • 1971: Roland Cecil Bellamy, of Barnoldby-Le-Beck, Grimsby
  • 1972: Capt. Philip Herbert Earle Welby-Everard
  • 1973: Nicholas George Whichcote Playne
  • 1974: Major General Sir Christopher E. Welby-Everard, of Sapperton, Sleaford
  • 1974: John Godfrey Fisher of Gunnerby (Humberside)
  • 1975: Colonel Geoffrey Michael Sanders
  • 1976: William Whitaker Maitland
  • 1977: Sir James Benton Jones, Bt., of Grantham
  • 1977: Norman Jackson of Appleby (Humberside)
  • 1978: The Hon. Edward John Peregrine Cust, of The Mill, Manthorpe, Grantham.
  • 1979: Lt. Col. John Lindley Marmion Dymoke
  • 1980: Peter Kirton Dennis, of Stenigot
  • 1980: Richard Anthony Bellamy, of Barnoldby-le-Beck (Humberside)
  • 1981: Julian Francis Fane, of Fulbeck Manor, Fulbeck, Grantham.[279]
  • 1982: Peter Edward Findlay Heneage, of North Carlton Old Hall, Lincoln.[280]
  • 1983: Peter William Fane, of Keepers Cottage, Aunby, Stamford[281]
  • 1983: David Ernest Addison, of Irby on Humber (Humberside)
  • 1984: Adrian Massingberd-Mumby
  • 1985: Michael Worth, of Grantham
  • 1986: Philip Gibbons, of Holton-Le-Moor
  • 1986: William Frank Somerville Letten, of Healing (Humberside)
  • 1987: Neil McCorquodale, of Stoke Rochford
  • 1988: James Heneage, of Hainton
  • 1989: Bridget Katharine Cracroft-Eley, of Hackthorn Hall, Lincoln
  • 1989: John Ellerker Spilman, of Aylesby (Humberside)
  • 1990: Anthony James Longmore Worth.[282]
  • 1991: Henry Samuel Sharpley, of Bosworth
  • 1992: John George Richardson, of Bitchfield
  • 1992: John Westland Anthony Clugston, of Scawby (Humberside)
  • 1993: Anthony Jarvis, of Doddington
  • 1994: Simon Turner, of Folkingham
  • 1995: David Kenneth Baker, of Gedney Dyke.[283]
  • 1995: Frank Alan Flear, of Waltham (Humberside)
  • 1996: James Charles Stewart Reynolds Milligan-Manby, of Thorganby
  • 1997: Sarah Louisa Mary, Lady Bruce-Gardyne, of The Old Rectory, Aswardby, Spilsby.[284]
  • 1998: Geordie Oliphant Hutchison, of Swallowfield House, Welby, Grantham.[285]
  • 1999: Francis Dymoke, of Scrivelsby Grange, Horncastle.[286]

Present century[edit]

  • 2000: Richard William Parker, of The Manor, Metheringham,[287]
  • 2001: Clifford Graham Rowles Nicholson, of Temple Garth, Willoughton, Gainsborough.[288]
  • 2002: Charles Richard Ferens, of Casthorpe Lodge, Barrowby, Grantham.[289]
  • 2003: Paul Walter Reginald Pumfrey Esq, OBE, Stanway House, 11 Greetwell Road, Lincoln.[290]
  • 2004: Charles William Hodder Welby Esq., Stroxton House,[291]
  • 2005: Nigel Brown
  • 2006: Roger James Douglas[292]
  • 2007: Patricia Jane Ware[293]
  • 2008: John William Lockwood of Cammeringham[294]
  • 2009: Lady Sarah McCorquodale of Stoke Rochford, Grantham[295]
  • 2010: John Arthur Cadas Godfrey, CBE of Searby, Barnetby
  • 2011: Robin M Battle of Moorlands, Branston
  • 2012: John Bernard Burke of Knaith, Gainsborough
  • 2013: Toby Edward Drake Dennis[296]
  • 2014: Charles Pelham, 8th Earl of Yarborough of Brocklesby Park [297]
  • 2015: Air Vice-Marshal Gavin Mackay CB OBE AFC of Wellingore, Lincoln[298]
  • 2016: Mrs J G A Hughes of Aubourn, Lincoln[299]
  • 2017: Andrew S. Clark of East Ravendale[300]

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