High Sheriff of Warwickshire

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The 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. Under the provisions of the Local Government Act 1972, on 1 April 1974 the office previously known as Sheriff was retitled High Sheriff.

For a period prior to the middle of the 16th century the Sheriff of Warwickshire was also the Sheriff of Leicestershire.

Sheriffs[edit]

11th and 12th centuries[edit]

From 1158 the Sheriff of Warwickshire was also Sheriff of Leicestershire[citation needed]

13th century[edit]

  • 1201: Robert Harecourt and Godfrey de Liege
  • 1202: William de Cantelupe and Robert Poyer
  • 1203: Robert Poyer
  • 1204–1207: Hugh Chaucomber
  • 1208–1209: Robert Roppest
  • 1210: William de Cantelupo and Robert Poyer
  • 1211–1215: Robert Poyer
  • 1217: William de Cantelupo and Philip Kniton
  • 1218–1219: Philip Kniton
  • 1220: William de Cantelupo and William de Luditon
  • 1221–1222: William de Luditon
  • 1223: John Russell and John Winterborne
  • 1224–1226: Robert Lupus
  • 1227: William Stutevill and William Ascellis
  • 1228: William Ascellis
  • 1229: Stephen de Segrave and William Edmonds[5]
  • 1230–1231: William Edmonds
  • 1232: Stephen de Segrave and John de Riparis
  • 1233: Ralph Bray
  • 1234: Ralph fitz Nicholas and Ralph Brewedon
  • 1235: Ralph and William Erleg.
  • 1236–1237: William de Lucy
  • 1238: Hugh Pollier and Philip Ascett
  • 1239–1246: Hugh Pollier
  • 1247–1248: Baldwin Paunton
  • 1249–1251: Philip Marmion
  • 1252–1255: William Maunsel
  • 1256: Alan Swinford
  • 1257–1258: Anketil Mativaus
  • 1259–1270: William Bagot
  • 1271: William Bagot and William Morteyn
  • 1272–1274: William Mortimer
  • 1275–1277: William Hamelin
  • 1278: Robert de Verdon and Thomas de Hasele
  • 1279–1283: Robert de Verdon and Osbert Bereford[6]
  • 1284–1285: Robert de Verdon and Osbert Bereford and Thomas Farendon
  • 1286: Thomas Farendon and Fulk de Lacy
  • 1287: Fulk de Lucy[6]
  • 1288–1289: William Bonvill
  • 1290–1291: Stephen Baber
  • 1292: Stephen Baber and William de Castello
  • 1293–1297: William de Castello[6]
  • 1298–1299: John Broughton

14th century[edit]

  • 1300–1301: Philip de Gayton[6]
  • 1302–1304: John le Dene and Richard Herehus[6]
  • 1305–1306: Richard Whitnere
  • 1307: John le Dene and Geoffrey Segrave
  • 1308–1309: Richard Herthull
  • 1310–1311: John le Dene
  • 1312–1313: John Olney
  • 1314–1315: William Trussell
  • 1316: Walter de Beauchamp[6]
  • 1317: Walter de Beauchamp and William Newill
  • 1318: Ralph Beler of Kettleby
  • 1319: William Nevill
  • 1320–1321: Thomas le Rous
  • 1322:
  • 1323–1325: Henry Nottingham, Robert Morin and Oliver Waleys
  • 1327: Roger Aylesbury
  • 1328: Thomas Blancfront
  • 1329: Robert Burdet
  • 1330: Robert Burdet and Roger de la Zouch
  • 1331–1332: Roger Aylesbury
  • 1333: Henry Hockley and Roger de la Zouch
  • 1334–1340: Roger de la Zouch
  • 1341: William Pieto
  • 1342: Robert Bereford
  • 1343–1344: John Waleys (son of Oliver, HS 1323)
  • 1345–1369: Thomas de Beauchamp, 11th Earl of Warwick
  • 1370: John Peach
  • 1371: William Catesby
  • 1372: Robert Harthull
  • 1373: Roger Hillary
  • 1374: John Boyvill
  • 1375: John Burdet of Huncote, Leics
  • 1376: William Breton
  • 1377: Richard Harthull
  • 1377: Roger Perewych
  • 1378: John de Bermingham
  • 1379: Sir William Flamville of Aston Flamville, Leics
  • 1380: Thomas Ralegh
  • 1381: Thomas de Bermingham
  • 1382–1383: William Bagot of Bagington, Warks
  • 1384: John de Bermingham
  • 1385: Sir John Calveleigh of Stapleford, Leics. and Teigh
  • 1386: John Parker
  • 1387: Richard Ashby
  • 1388: Sir William Flamville of Aston Flamville, Leics
  • 1389: Adomar de Lichfield
  • 1390: Sir Robert de Harington of Glooston, Leics
  • 1391: John Malloery of Swinford
  • 1392: Thomas de Woodford of Sproxton
  • 1393: Thomas Oudeby of Stoke Dry, Rutland and Hathern, Leics
  • 1394: Robert Veer of Thrapston, Leics
  • 1395: Sir Henry Neville of Prestwold, Leics
  • 1396: Robert Goushul
  • 1397: John Eynesford
  • 1398: Adomar de Lichfield
  • 1399: Sir John Berkeley, Kt of Coston and Wymondham, Leics
  • 1400: Sir Henry Neville, Kt of Prestwold, leics

15th century[edit]

  • 1400: Sir Henry Neville, Kt of Prestwold, Leics [7]
  • 1402: Sir Alfed Trussell, Kt of Nuthurst, Warks
  • 1403: John Blaket
  • 1405: Sir John Berkeley, Kt
  • 1406: Sir Thomas Lucy, Kt of Charlecote Park, Warks.[8]
  • 1407: John Parr
  • 1408: Sir Henry Neville, Kt of Prestwold, Leics
  • 1409: William Brokesby of Shoby, Leics.
  • 1410: Robert Castell of Withinbroke, Warks.
  • 1411: Bartholemew Brokesby
  • 1413: Thomas Crewe of Moor Hall in Wixford, Warws.
  • 1414: Sir Richard Hastings, Kt
  • 1415: Sir Thomas Burdet, Kt of Arrow
  • 1416: John Mallory of Newbold Revel, Warks.
  • 1417: William Bishopton
  • 1418: John Salveyn
  • 1419: Bartholemew Brokesby
  • 1420–1421: Thomas Erdington of Erdington, Warks. and Thomas Maureward
  • 1422: Sir Richard Hastings, Kt
  • 1423: Humphrey Stafford
  • 1424: John Mallory of Newbold Revel, Warks.
  • 1425: Richard Cloddale
  • 1426: Sir Richard Hastings, Kt
  • 1427: Thomas Stanley
  • 1428: William Peyto of Chesterton, Warks.
  • 1429: Nicholas Rugeley
  • 1430: Humphrey Stafford
  • 1431: Sir William Mountfort, Kt of Coleshill-in-Arden, Warks
  • 1432: Sir Richard Hastings, Kt
  • 1433: Thomas Foulshurst
  • 1434: Thomas Ardington
  • 1435: William Lucy
  • 1436: Sir William Peyto, Kt of Chesterton, Warks.
  • 1437: Robert Ardern
  • 1438: Sir Humphrey Stafford, Kt
  • 1439: Sir Laurence Berkeley of Wymondham, Leics.[9]
  • 1440: Thomas Ashby of Lowesford
  • 1441: Sir William Mountfort, Kt of Coleshill-in-Arden
  • 1442: William Bermingham and Lawrence Sherrard of Stapleford, Leics.
  • 1443: Lawrence Sherrard[10]
  • 1444: Robert Harcourt of Bosworth, Leics.
  • 1445: Sir Thomas Erdington, Kt of Barrow, Leics
  • 1446: Thomas Everingham
  • 1447: Thomas Porter and William Purefoy
  • 1448: William Purefoy
  • 1449: William Lucy
  • 1450: Sir William Mountfort, Kt of Coleshill-in-Arden
  • 1451: Sir Robert Motun, Kt
  • 1452: Sir William Bermingham, Kt
  • 1453: Sir Edward or Leonard Hastings
  • 1454: Thomas Berkeley of Wymondham[9]
  • 1455: William Hastings
  • 1456: Thomas Walsh of Wanlip, Leics
  • 1457: Thomas Maston
  • 1458: Henry Filongley of Fillongley, Warks
  • 1459: Sir Edmund Mountford, Kt
  • 1460:
  • 1461: Thomas Ferrers
  • 1462–1463: John Grevill
  • 1464: Sir William Harcourt, Kt
  • 1465: John Huggford
  • 1466: Thomas Thockmorton of Coughton Court, Warks.[8]
  • 1467: Ralph Woodford of Knipton, Leics.
  • 1468: Sir Edward Raleigh, Kt
  • 1469: Sir Thomas Ferrers, Kt
  • 1470: Sir John Grevill, Kt
  • 1471: Sir Simon Mountford, Kt
  • 1472: William Motun
  • 1473: John Huggford
  • 1474: Sir John Grevill, Kt
  • 1475: William Lucy
  • 1476: Sir William Trussell, Kt
  • 1477: John Branfitz
  • 1478: Sir John Grevill, Kt
  • 1479: Sir Thomas Pulteney of Misterton Hall, Leics[11]
  • 1480: Richard Boughton of Lauford, Warks.
  • 1481: Thomas Colesey or Cocksey
  • 1482: Sir Everard (or Edward) Fielding[12]
  • 1483: Thomas Entwysel
  • 1483: Humphrey Beaufort of Guys Cliff, Warks.
  • 1484: Richard Broughton and Robert Throgmorton
  • 1485: John Digby
  • 1486: Henry Lisle
  • 1487: Robert Throgmorton
  • 1488: Sir William Lucy, Kt
  • 1489: Thomas Brereton
  • 1490: Sir John Villiers Kt of Brokesby, Leics[13]
  • 1491: Robert Throgmorton
  • 1492: Sir Thomas Pulteney, Kt of Misterton Hall, Leics[11]
  • 1493: Sir Ralph Shirley
  • 1494: Sir John Villiers, Kt of Brooksby, Leics[13]
  • 1496: Sir Edward Raleigh, Kt
  • 1496: William Brookesby
  • 1497: Thomas Neville
  • 1498: Sir Richard Pudsey, Kt
  • 1499: Sir John Villiers, Kt of Brooksby, Leics[13]
  • 1500: Thomas Hasilrigg

16th century[edit]

  • From 1567 the High Sheriff was High Sheriff of Warwickshire only

17th century[edit]

18th century[edit]

19th century[edit]

20th century[edit]

High Sheriffs[edit]

20th century[edit]

21st century[edit]

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