High Sheriff of South Glamorgan

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The office of High Sheriff of South Glamorgan was established in 1974 as part of the creation of the county of South Glamorgan in Wales following the Local Government Act 1972, and, together with the High Sheriff of West Glamorgan and the High Sheriff of Mid Glamorgan, effectively replaced the office of the High Sheriff of Glamorgan.

High Sheriffs of South Glamorgan[edit]

  • Before 1974 – See High Sheriff of Glamorgan
  • 1974: Colonel Kenneth Morgan of Llantrithyd
  • 1975: Anthony S. Martyn of St. Nicholas
  • 1976: Joseph G. Gaskell of Dinas Powis
  • 1977: Francis E. S. Hayes of Llansannor
  • 1978: Cristopher M. Brain Of Peterson-Super-Ely
  • 1979: The Rt. Hon. The Lord Leonard of Cardiff (Excused); Harold E. Williams, O.B.E. of Penarth
  • 1980: Thomas Henry Keen, of Bonvilston (Excused); Henry Gethin Lewis of Sutton Mawr
  • 1981: Colonel Sir Christopher Peterson of Cardiff
  • 1982: Ivan Dale Owen of Penarth
  • 1983: Ian Eric Colston of Boverton, Llantwit Major
  • 1984: Cecil H. Rapport of Cardiff
  • 1985: W. Emrys Evans of Dinas Powis
  • 1986: Sir Brooke Charles Boothby, 15th Baronet, of Ffonmon
  • 1987: Sir Donald Walters of Cardiff
  • 1988: Dudley H. Fisher of Cardiff
  • 1989: Christopher Pollard of Penarth
  • 1990: Brian K. Thomas of Cardiff
  • 1991: Michael J. Clay D.L. of Cowbridge
  • 1992: Alastair O. Golley, of Dinas Powis
  • 1993: Commander John M.D. Curteis of St. Hilary
  • 1994: Mrs. Joanna Cory of Penllyn
  • 1995: J. Wynford Evans of St. Fagans
  • 1996: Ralph Philip Vincent Rees of Radyr[1]
  • 1997: John Phillips of Ystradowen
  • 1998: David M. Jones, of Cowbridge
  • 1999: Mrs. Meriel Watkins of Penarth[2]
  • 2000: Michael Charles Eddershaw of Llansannor[3]
  • 2001: Lieutenant Colonel Rhodri Llewellyn Traherne of Coedarhydyglyn [4]
  • 2002: Colin J. Richards of St. Nicholas [5]
  • 2003: Mrs. Josephine Homfray of Cowbridge[6]
  • 2004: Mrs. Fiona Natalie Peel of Cardiff[7]
  • 2005: Derek Ivor Rapport of Cardiff [8]
  • 2006: Lady Monjulee Webb [9]
  • 2007: Paul Williams
  • 2008: Brian Idris Rees of Llandaff [10]
  • 2009: Professor Anthony J Hazell of Penarth [10]
  • 2010: Mrs Margaret Anne Campbell [10]
  • 2011: Roger G Thomas [10]
  • 2012: Arun Midha [10]
  • 2013: Mrs M A Meredith [10]
  • 2014: David Ward Jenkins [10]
  • 2015: Professor Heather Vivienne Stevens of The Waterloo Foundation, Cardiff[11]
  • 2016: Professor John Williams of Cardiff[12]
  • 2017: Gilbert C Lloyd [13]
  • 2018: Brian Charles Lakin of Walterston, near Barry[14]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "No. 54345". The London Gazette. 14 March 1996. p. 3832.
  2. ^ "No. 55428". The London Gazette. 12 March 1999. p. 2938.
  3. ^ "No. 55792". The London Gazette. 16 March 2000. p. 2988.
  4. ^ "No. 56155". The London Gazette. 22 March 2001. p. 3254.
  5. ^ "No. 56531". The London Gazette. 9 April 2002. p. 4284.
  6. ^ "No. 56884". The London Gazette. 21 March 2003. p. 3604.
  7. ^ "No. 57230". The London Gazette. 29 March 2004. p. 3128.
  8. ^ "No. 57598". The London Gazette. 29 March 2005. p. 3762.
  9. ^ "No. 57921". The London Gazette. 9 March 2006. p. 3376.
  10. ^ a b c d e f g "South Glamorgan 2014/2015". High Sheriffs Association. Retrieved 17 August 2014.
  11. ^ "South Glamorgan 2015/2016". High Sheriffs Association. Retrieved 20 September 2015.
  12. ^ "South Glamorgan 2016/2017". High Sheriffs Association. Retrieved 5 December 2016.
  13. ^ "South Glamorgan 2017/2018". High Sheriffs Association. Retrieved 21 April 2018.
  14. ^ "No. 62229". The London Gazette. 15 March 2018. pp. 4814–4814.