High Sheriff of Oxfordshire

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The High Sheriff of Oxfordshire, in common with other counties, was originally the King's representative on taxation upholding the law in Saxon times. The word Sheriff evolved from 'shire-reeve'.

The title of High Sheriff is therefore much older than the other crown appointment, the Lord Lieutenant of Oxfordshire, which came about after 1545. Between 1248 and 1566 Berkshire and Oxfordshire formed a joint shrievalty (apart from a brief period in 1258/9). See High Sheriff of Berkshire.

List of High Sheriffs of Oxfordshire[edit]

12th century[edit]

  • c. 1130: Restold[1]
  • c. 1142–?: William de Chesney[2]
  • 1135–1154: Henry de Oxford
  • 1155–1159: Henry D'Oyly, 4th Baron Hocknorton
  • 1160: Manasser Arsick and Henry D'Oyly, 4th Baron Hocknorton
  • 1161–1162: Manasser Arsick
  • 1163: Thomas Basset
  • 1164–1169: Adam de Catmore
  • 1170–1174: Alard Banastre
  • 1175–1178: Robert de Tureville
  • 1179–1181: (first half): Geoffrey Hose
  • 1181: (second half)–1184 (first half): Robert de Whitfield
  • 1184: (second half)–1186 (first half): Alanus de Furnell
  • 1186: (second half)–1190: Robert de la Mare
  • 1187–1194: (first half): William Briwere
  • 1194: (second half)–1196: Henry D'Oyly, 5th Baron Hocknorton
  • 1197–1199:Hugh de Neville[3]

13th century[edit]

  • 1200–1201 (first half): Gilbert Basset
  • 1201 (second half)–1202 (first half): William Briwere
  • 1202 (second half)–1214 (first quarter): Thomas Basset
  • 1214 (last three-quarters): Ralph de Normanville
  • 1215–1223: Falkes de Breauté
  • 1223 (last three-quarters)–1224 (first half): Richard de Ripariis (Rivers)
  • 1224–1268: Sir Gilbert de Kirkby, also Sheriff for Northamptonshire at same time
  • 1224 (second half), 1225 (first quarter): Walter Foliot
  • 1225 (last three-quarters)–1231: Godfrey of Crowcombe
  • 1232: John de Hulecote (first three-quarters)
  • 1232 (last quarter)–1233: Engelard de Cigogné[4]
  • 1233 (last quarter)–1235 (first half): John Le Brunn (or John Brunus)
  • 1235 (second half)–1238 (first half): John de Tiwe
  • 1238 (third quarter): Richard Suhard
  • 1238 (last quarter): Paul Peyure
  • 1239: John de Plessitis
  • 1240–1244 (first quarter): William Hay
  • 1244 (last three-quarters)–1247 (first half): Alanus de Farnham
  • 1247 (second half)–1248: Guy fitz Robert

1248–1566[edit]

See High Sheriff of Berkshire

1567–1699[edit]

18th century[edit]

  • 1700 Sir James Reade, Bt of Shipton Court [6]
  • 1701 Sir John Thornycroft, 1st Baronet of Milcombe [6]
  • 1702 Francis Keck of Great Tew [6]
  • 1703 Thomas Whorwood [6]
  • 1704 Humphrey Smith of Kidlington [6]
  • 1705 Carlton Stone of Brightwell [6]
  • 1706 Sir William Glynne of Bicester[30]
  • 1707 Borlase Warren of Stratton Audley [31]
  • 1708 Edward Carter [6]
  • 1709 John Lenthall (1 December) then William Lenthall (18 December) [6]
  • 1710 Sir William Osbaldeston of Chadlington, Bt [6]
  • 1711 Charles Holt of Stoke Lyne[6]
  • 1712 Richard Lybbe of Hardwick[6]
  • 1713 Sir Charles Fettiplace, Bt of Swinbrook[32] (died in office and replaced by Sir Lorenzo Fettiplace, Bt)[6]
  • 1714 James Norreys of Weston on the Green [6]
  • 1715 Charles Crisp of Dornford[6]
  • 1716 William Tipping of Draycot [6]
  • 1717 John Travell of Swerford [6]
  • 1718 Thomas Whorwood[33]
  • 1719 Francis Nourse of Woodeaton [6]
  • 1720 Daniel Blake of Coggs [6]
  • 1721 John Dew of Bampton[6]
  • 1722 Benjamin Sweet[6]
  • 1723 John Blewitt of Salford[34]
  • 1724 Allan Horde of Cote[6]
  • 1725 James Croke of Studley[35]
  • 1726 John Saunders[36]
  • 1727 Richard Wickham of Garsington[6]
  • 1728 Edward Barber of Adderbury[37]
  • 1730 Thomas Greenwood of Chastleton[38]
  • 1731 Henry Smith of Caversham[6]
  • 1732 Sir Edward Turner, 1st Baronet of Ambrosden[39]
  • 1733 Francis Heywood the younger of Forest Hill[6]
  • 1734 Sebastian Smythe of Cuddesdon[6]
  • 1735 Sir Edward Cobb, Bt of Adderbury
  • 1736 Samuel Greenhill of Swyncombe[40]
  • 1737 John Clerke of North Weston[41]
  • 1738 Sir James Dashwood, 2nd Baronet of Kirtlington Park[6]
  • 1739 Philip Powys of Hardwick[42]
  • 1740 John Duncombe of Watlington[43]
  • 1741 John Nourse of Woodeaton[44]
  • 1742 Joseph Taylor of Sandford[45]
  • 1743 Rowland Lacy of Pudlicot[46]
  • 1744 Thomas Whorwood of Holton[47]
  • 1745 John Raine of Badgmore[48]
  • 1746 Thomas Horde of Coate[49]
  • 1747 Edward Metcalf of Drayton [6]
  • 1748 John Pollard of Finmore[50]
  • 1749 John Coker of Bicester [6]
  • 1750 Francis Gierke of North Weston[6]
  • 1751 No sheriff appointed (change of calendar)
  • 1752 Francis Page of Middle Aston and Acton Hall, Worcs.[51]
  • 1753 Thomas Horde, of Coate[52]
  • 1754 Thomas Blackall, of Hazeley[53]
  • 1755 Sir William Burnaby, 1st Baronet of Broughton[54]
  • 1756 Charles Peers of Chislehampton [6]
  • 1757 Sir Francis Knollys, 1st Baronet of Thame[55]
  • 1758 Robert Fettyplace of Pudlicott[56]
  • 1759 Anthony Hodges of Harpsden [57]
  • 1760 Samuel Trotman of Bucknell[58]
  • 1761 Charles Price of Rotherfield [6]
  • 1762 William Vanderstegen of Cane End[6]
  • 1763 Edward Horn of Pyrton[6]
  • 1764 Abel Dottin[59]
  • 1765 Arthur Annesley of Bletchingdon [6]
  • 1766 Thomas Rollinsonl of Chadlington [6]
  • 1767 William Ledwell of Cowley[60]
  • 1768 Stukeley Bayntun of Chadlington [6]
  • 1769 Fiennes Trotman of Shelswell Park [6]
  • 1770 Francis Wastie of Cowley [6]
  • 1771 William Draper of Nether Worton [6]
  • 1772 Thomas Willats of Caversham [6]
  • 1773 John Bush of Burcot [6]
  • 1774 William Nedham of Howbery Park [6]
  • 1775 Henry Barber of Adderbury [6]
  • 1776 Oldfield Bowles of North Aston [6]
  • 1777 John Weyland of Woodeaton[61]
  • 1778 Charles Burrell Massingberd of Braisiers [6]
  • 1779 Edward Witts of Swerford Park [62]
  • 1780 Robert Langford of Ensham [6]
  • 1781 Richard Paul Joddrell of Lewknor[63]
  • 1782 William Phillips of Culham[64]
  • 1783 Sir Gregory Page-Turner, 3rd Baronet of Ambrosden [6]
  • 1784 Arthur Annesley of Bletchington Park[64]
  • 1785 John Lenthall the Younger, of Burford Priory[65]
  • 1786 Joseph Grote of Badgemore [66]
  • 1787 Charles Marsack of Caversham Park[67]
  • 1788 Thomas Jemmet of Little Milton[64]
  • 1789 John Blackall, jnr, of Haseley[68]
  • 1790 David Fell of Cavesham[64]
  • 1791 James Peter Auriol of Woodcot [69]
  • 1792 Thomas Willats of Caversham[64]
  • 1793 John Caillaud of Aston Rowant[70]
  • 1794 Samuel Gardiner of Coombe Lodge, Whitchurch [6]
  • 1795 Strickland Freeman of Faverley Court [6]
  • 1796 William Lowndes Stone of Brightwell [6]
  • 1797 James Jones of Adwell [6]
  • 1798 John Atkyns-Wright of Oxford[71]
  • 1799 George Stratton of Great Tew [72]

19th century[edit]

20th century[edit]

  • 1900: Robert Hichens Camden Harrison, of Shiplake Court[172]
  • 1901: Henry Clerke Brown, of Kingston Blount[173]
  • 1902: Captain Charles Walter Cottrell-Dormer, of Rousham Park[174]
  • 1903: Sir George John Egerton Dashwood, Bt., of Kirtlington Park[175]
  • 1904: James Walker Larnach, of Adderbury House[176]
  • 1905: Leonard Noble, of Harpsden Court[177]
  • 1906: George Talfourd Inman, of Highmoor Hall[178]
  • 1907: Leigh Hoskyns, of Cotefield[179]
  • 1908: Vernon James Watney, of Cornbury Park[180]
  • 1909: Robert Fleming, of Joyce Grove, Nettlebed[181]
  • 1910: William Frederick Pepper, of Shipton Court[182]
  • 1911: Sir Paul Augustine Makins, Bt. of Chilterns End, Henley-on-Thames[183]
  • 1912: Edward Ferguson Chance, of Sandford Park[184]
  • 1913: William John Birch Reynardson, of Adwell House, Tetsworth[185]
  • 1914: John Norman Hardcastle, of Broughton Hall[186]
  • 1915: John Wormald, of Springs, North Stoke[187]
  • 1916: Colonel James Hoole, of The Manor House, Headington, Oxford[188]
  • 1917: Arthur Henry Renshaw, of Watlington Park[189]
  • 1918: Frederick Gelderd-Somervell, of Haseley Manor[190]
  • 1919: George Merrick Fowler, of Horspath Manor, Oxford[191]
  • 1920: Edmund Charles Sawver, of Little Milton Manor[192]
  • 1921: Ernest Samuelson, of Bodicote Grange, Banbury[193]
  • 1922: Stephen Montagu Burrows, CIE, of 9, Norham Gardens, Oxford[194]
  • 1923: Francis Durrant Hunt, of The Lodge, Stanton Harcourt[195]
  • 1924: George Boscawen Randolph, OBE, of Steeple Aston[196]
  • 1925: Charles Vincent Sale, of Aston Rowant House[197]
  • 1926: John Graeme Thomson, of Shipton Court, Shipton-under-Wychwood[198]
  • 1927: Lieut.-Col. Richard Lockhart Ovey, DSO, of Hernes, Henley-on-Thames[199]
  • 1928: Capt. Sir Algernon Thomas Peyton, 7th Bt., of Swifts House, Stoke Lyne, near Bicester[200]
  • 1929: Lieut.-Col. Cecil Francis Heyworth-Savage, OBE, of Bradwell Grove, Burford, Oxford[201]
  • 1930: James Herbert Morrell, of Headington Hill, Oxford[202]
  • 1931: Major Arthur Henry Dillon, TD, of Barton Lodge, Steeple Aston, Oxford[203]
  • 1932: Lieut.-Col. Sir Francis Kennedy McClean, Kt, AFC, of Huntercombe Place, Henley-on-Thames[204]
  • 1933: Major George Edward Gosling, MC, of Stratton Audley Park, Bicester[205]
  • 1934: Lieut.-Col. Mervyn Edward George Rhys Wingfield, of Barrington Park, Burford[206]
  • 1935: Capt. The Hon. Bertram Thomas Carlyle Ogilvy Freeman-Mitford, DSO, RN,(later 3rd Baron Redesdale) of Westwell, Burford[207]
  • 1936: Major George Cecil Whitaker, of Britwell House, Watlington[208]
  • 1937: Oliver Vernon Watney, of Cornbury Park, Charlbury[209]
  • 1938: Major Percy Henry Guy Feilden, of Cokethorpe, Witney[210]
  • 1939: Lieut.-Col Henry Everard Du Cane Norris, of Cross Hill, Adderbury, Banbury[211]
  • 1940: Frederick Edward Withington, of Fringford Lodge, Bicester[212]
  • 1941: Major George Cecil Whitaker, of Britwell House, Watlington, Oxford[213]
  • 1942: Bertram Edward Dunbar Kilburn, of Ledwell House, Sandford St. Martin, Oxford[214]
  • 1943: Sir Sothern Holland, Bt., of Westwell Manor, Burford, Oxfordshire[215]
  • 1944: Henry Mark Beaufoy, of Hill House, Steeple Aston[216]
  • 1945: The Hon. Randal Hugh Vivian Smith, of Tusmore Park, Bicester[217]
  • 1946: Ellis Haldane Chinnery, of Fringford House, Bicester[218]
  • 1947: Captain Thomas Miller, of Icknield House, Goring-on-Thames[219]
  • 1948: Sir William Macnamara Goodenough, Bt., of Filkins Hall, Lechlade, Gloucs.[220]
  • 1949: Captain Duncan Mackinnon, of Swinbrook House, Burford[221]
  • 1950: Brevet-Colonel Morys Lancelot Lloyd-Mostyn, of Old Rectory, Hethe, Bicester[222]
  • 1951: Michael Henry Mason, of Scott's House, Eynsham Park, Witney[223]
  • 1952: Lieut-Colonel Robert Peter Fleming, OBE, of Merrimoles House, Nettlebed, Henley-on-Thames[224]
  • 1953: Doctor Arthur Quinton Wells, of Shipton Manor, Kidlington, Oxford[225]
  • 1954: Major Harold George Morrell, of King's End House, Bicester[226]
  • 1955: Major Alexander Alfred Miller, of Shotover House, Wheatley[227]
  • 1956: Colonel Hugh John Cochrane Ducat-Hamersley, of Pyrton Manor, Watlington[228]
  • 1957: Brevet Colonel John Thomson, TD, of Woodperry, Stanton St. John, Oxford[229]
  • 1958: Lieut-Colonel Henry Thomas Birch Reynardson, CMG, of Adwell House, Tetsworth,[230]
  • 1959: Lieut-Colonel Aubrey Vere Spencer, DSO, of Wheatfield- Park, Tetsworth[231]
  • 1960: Colonel Herbert William James Morrell, OBE, MC, of Carphill, Sandford St. Martin[232]
  • 1961: Hugh David Hamilton Wills, MBE, of Sandford Park, Sandford St. Martin, Oxford[233]
  • 1962: John Heyworth, of Bradwdl Grove, Burford[234]
  • 1963: Lieut.-Colonel Anthony Donndthorne Taylor, DSO, MC, of North Aston Manor, Oxford[235]
  • 1964: John Barkley Schuster, TD, of Manor Farm, Nether Worton, Middle Barton[236]
  • 1965: Richard Alan Budgett, of Portway House, Kirtlington[237]
  • 1966: Lieut.-Colonel John Edward Stanes Chamberlayne, of The Elm, Chipping Norton[238]
  • 1967: Captain Charles Raymond Radclyffe, of Lew, Oxford[239]
  • 1968: Major Robert Arnold Paul Butler, TD, of Lower Farm, Ramsden, Oxford[240]
  • 1969: Major Benjamin George Barnett, MBE, TD, of Swifts House, near Bicester[241]
  • 1970: Henry Miles Gosling, of Stratton Audley Park, Bicester[242]
  • 1971: Major-General Sir Randle Guy Feilden, KCVO, CB, CBE, of Old Manor House, Minster Lovell[243]
  • 1972: Major John Francis Ballard, of Over Worton House, Middle Barton[244]
  • 1973: Major Peter Henry Parker, of The Hays, Ramsden[245]
  • 1974: William Robert Ashley Birch Reynardson, of Adwell House, Tetsworth[246]
  • 1975: John Ernest Harley Collins, MBE, DSC, of Tusmore Park, Bicester[247]
  • 1976: Major Alastair Giles Mann, MBE, of Wheatfield House, Tetsworth, Oxford[248]
  • 1977: John Coppleston Luther Fane, of Wormsley Park, Watlington[249]
  • 1978: William Archibald Ottley Juxon Bell, of Cottisford House, near Bicester[250]
  • 1979: The Hon. Charles Evelyn Cecil, of Wilcote House, Charlbury[251]
  • 1980: Robin Fleming, of Church Farm, Steeple Barton[252]
  • 1981: Colonel Thomas Armitage Hall, OBE, of Chiselhampton House, Stadhampton[253]
  • 1982: Ian Weston Smith, of The Old Rectory, Hinton Waldrist, Faringdon[254]
  • 1983: Sir Mark Annesley Norman, Bt., of Wilcote Manor, Charlbury[255]
  • 1984: Isabella Juliet Hutchinson, of Sarsden Glebe, Churchill.[256]
  • 1985: Alan Tyser, Esq, of West Hanney House, Wantage[257]
  • 1986: Charles John Swallow, of Manor Barn House, Wendlebury, Bicester[258]
  • 1987: Frederick Roger Goodenough, of Broadwell Manor, Lechlade, Gloucs.[259]
  • 1988: Hugo Laurence Joseph Brunner, of 26 Norham Road, Oxford[260]
  • 1989: Charles George Archibald Parker, of The White House, Nuffield[261]
  • 1990: Crispin Gascoigne, of The Manor House, Stanton Harcourt, Oxford[262]
  • 1991: Julian Blackwell, of Osse Field, Appleton, near Abingdon.[263]
  • 1992: John Joseph Eyston, of Mapledurham House, near Reading, Berkshire[264]
  • 1993: Sir David Black, Bt.[265]
  • 1994: David Peter Mason, of Scott's House, Eynsham Park, Witney[266]
  • 1995: John Stuart Bridgeman, of Eastgate House, Hornton, Banbury[267]
  • 1996: Malcolm Ralph Cochrane, of Grove Farmhouse, Shipton-under-Wychwood, Chipping Norton[268]
  • 1997: Lady French, The Old Vicarage, Ipsden[269]
  • 1998: Richard Ovey, Hernes, Rotherfield Greys
  • 1999: Andrew James Feilden, The Old Manor House, Minster Lovell, near Witney

21st century[edit]

  • 2000: Richard Hubert Lethbridge, The Dower House, Westhall Hill, Fulbrook, Burford
  • 2001: Lady McLintock, The Manor House, Westhall Hill, Fulbrook, Burford
  • 2002: Brigadier John Nigel Ballard Mogg, Brightwell Park, Brightwell Baldwin
  • 2003: Anthony Flinders Spink, The Mill House, Woolstone, Uffington
  • 2004: Anne Kelaart, Manor Farm, Nettlebed
  • 2005: Ian Michael Laing
  • 2006: Peter Christopher Bickmore
  • 2007: Thomas Christopher Loyd
  • 2008: Ian Peter Inshaw
  • 2009: Charles Richard Dick of Appleton, Abingdon[270]
  • 2010: Marie-Jane Barnett of Towersay[271]
  • 2011: Penelope O. Glen of Forest Hill[271]
  • 2012: William Alden of Iffley[272]
  • 2013: Graham Upton of Headington[272]
  • 2014: Tony Stratton of The Ridings, Oxford[273]
  • 2015: Thomas Henry Birch Reynardson[274]
  • 2016: Mrs S J Taylor of Rycote Park, Near Thame, Milton Common [275]

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