Sheriff of Monmouthshire

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This is a list of Sheriffs of Monmouthshire, an office which was created in 1536 but not fully settled[clarification needed] until 1540.

On 1 April 1974, under the provisions of the Local Government Act 1972, the county of Monmouthshire was abolished, along with its shrievalty, and replaced by the new county of Gwent, with the new office of High Sheriff of Gwent.[1]

List of Sheriffs[edit]

Served under Henry VIII[edit]

Served under Edward VI[edit]

Served under Queen Mary I[edit]

  • 1553–54: Anthony Welshe, of Llanwern [2]
  • 1554–55: Walter ap Robert, of Pantglas [2]
  • 1555–56: William John Thomas, of Treowen [2]
  • 1556–57: Rowland Morgan, of Machen [2]
  • 1557–58: Henry Lewis, of Mathern [2]

Served under Queen Elizabeth I[edit]

Served under James I[edit]

  • 1602–03: Henry Morgan, of Penllwyn [4]
  • 1603–04: John Gaynesford, address unknown [2]
  • 1604–05: Roland Williams, of Llangibby [2]
  • 1605–06: Valentine Prichard, address unknown [2]
  • 1606–07: William Price, of Llanffoyst [2]
  • 1607–08: Sir Walter Montagu, Knt. of Penycoed [4]
  • 1608–09: Charles Jones (afterwards Sir Charles Jones), Knt. of Dingestow [2]
  • 1609–10: Henry Lewes, of St. Pierre [2]
  • 1610–11: William Rowlins, of Tregaer [2]
  • 1611–12: Sir William Morgan of Tredegar [2]
  • 1612–13: Roger Botherne, of Penhow [2]
  • 1613–14: Giles Morgan, of Pencoug [2]
  • 1614–15: William Jones, of Treowen [2]
  • 1615–16: Thomas Vaun, of Coldra [2]
  • 1616–17: Thomas Morgan (afterwards Sir Thomas Morgan), of Rhywperra [2]
  • 1617–18: George Milborne, of Wonastow [2]
  • 1618–19: William Hughes, of Cillwch [2]
  • 1619–20: Thomas Cocke, address unknown [2]
  • 1620–21: Walter Aldey, of Chepstow Hardwick [2]
  • 1621–22: Robert Jones, of Grandra [2]
  • 1622–23: William Walter, of Persfield[2]
  • 1623–24: David Lewis, of Llandewi [2]

Served under Charles I[edit]

  • 1624–25: Edward Morgan, address unknown [2]
  • 1625–26: Charles Somerset, of Troy [2]
  • 1626–27: Sir Charles Williams of Llangibby [2]
  • 1627–28: William Kemys (or Kymies, or Kemeys), of Kemys [2]
  • 1628–29: William Thomas, of Carlion [2]
  • 1629–30: John Walter, of Persfield [2]
  • 1630–31: William Barker, of Abergavenny [2]
  • 1631–32: Nicholas Kemeys of Llanvair [2]
  • 1632–33: Nicholas Arnold of Llanvihangel Crugcornen [2]
  • 1633–34: Lewis Van (or Vaune), of Coldra [2]
  • 1634–35: George Milborne, of Wonastow [2]
  • 1635–36: Henry Proberte, of Pantglas [2]
  • 1636–37: Thomas Morgan, of Tymawr [2]
  • 1637–38: William Herbert, of Coldbrook [2]
  • 1638–39: Nicholas Moore, of Crick [2]
  • 1639–40: John Milborne, address unknown [2]
  • 1640–41: Edmund Morgan, address unknown [2]
  • 1641–42: Edmund Morgan, address unknown [2]
  • 1641–42: Thomas Morgan, of Llanfon [2]
  • 1642–43: Phillip Jones, of Treowen [2]
  • 1643–44: Thomas Price, of Llanffoyet [2]
  • 1644–45: Sir Edward Morgan, of Pencoyd [2]
  • 1645–46: William Herbert, address unknown [2]
  • 1646–47: William Morgan, of Pencrigge [2]
  • 1647–48: Henry Vaughn, of Caldicot [2]

Served under Oliver Cromwell, Protector[edit]

  • 1648–49: Christopher Catchway (or Katchway) Esq., address unknown [2]
  • 1650: Roger Williams, of Newport [2]
  • 1651: Thomas Williams, address unknown [2]
  • 1652: William Blethin Esq., address unknown [2]
  • 1653: Edward Kemis, of Bartholey [2][5]
  • 1654: Henry Barker Esq., address unknown [2]
  • 1655: John Price, Esq., address unknown [2]
  • 1656: Charles Herbert, of Hadrock [2]
  • 1657: Roger Oates, of Cefntilla [2]
  • 1658–59: Charles Vaun, of Coldra.[2] Charles Vaun's appointment of Thomas Powell as under sheriff, dated 23 December 1658, recites that he had been appointed High Sheriff by the Lord Protector, of course for the year ensuing[clarification needed] whence it seems he served two years in succession.[2]
  • 1660: Charles Vaun, of Coldra.[2] Charles Vaun transferred prisoners to his successor Thomas Morgan, by deed dated 16 January 1661, indicating that he may have served a third term.[2]

Served under Charles II[edit]

Served under James II[edit]

Served under William III and Mary[edit]

  • 1689: Thomas Morgan of Tredegar [6]
  • 1690: Charles Price of Llanfoist [6]
  • 1691: David Evans [6]
  • 1692: Edward Fielding of Tintern Parva [6]
  • 1693: John Floyer of Llantilio Perth-oleu [6]
  • 1694: Thomas Jones [6]
  • 1695: George Kemeys of Kemeys [6]

Served under William III[edit]

  • 1696: Edward Perkyns of Pilston [6]
  • 1697: John Morgan of Machen [6]
  • 1698: George Lewis of Pen-how [6]
  • 1699: George Kemeys of Kemeys [6]
  • 1700: Edmund Morgan of Pen-llwyn [6]
  • 1701: Thomas Morgan of ?Llacrumiiey [6]

Served under Anne[edit]

  • 1702: William Lewis of Tre-worgen and Llanddewi Rhydderch [6]
  • 1703: David Lloyd of Hendre [6]
  • 1704: Lewis Morgan of Penylan [6]
  • 1705: Thomas Evans of Llangattwg Vibonavel [6]
  • 1706: John Carre of Rogerston Grange [6]
  • 1707: Vere Herbert of Caldecot [6]
  • 1708: John Springet of Grosmont [6]
  • 1709: David Lewis [6]
  • 1710: Christopher Perkyns of Pilstone [6]
  • 1711: Thomas Price of Llanfoist [6]
  • 1712: Giles Meredith of Llanelen [6]
  • 1713: John Walter of Persfield [6]

Served under George I[edit]

  • 1714: John Walter of Bersfield [20]
  • 1715: Christopher Price of Llanfoist[6]
  • 1716: William Jones of Usk Priory [6]
  • 1717: James Hughes of Gelli-wig [6]
  • 1718: Charles Van, of Llanwern [6]
  • 1719: Laurence Lord [21]
  • 1720: Edward Thomas [6]
  • 1721: Charles Probert of Tre-llech [6]
  • 1722: Henry Morgan of Bedwellty [6]
  • 1723: John Jones of Pant-y-goetre [6]
  • 1724: Matthew Powell of Llantilio [22]
  • 1725: Morgan Morgan of Llanromney [6]
  • 1726: Richard Lewis of Court-y-Gallon [23]
  • 1727: Edward Gore of Langston [24]

Served under George II[edit]

  • 1728: David Miles of Llandderfel [6]
  • 1729: Robert Jones of Grondry [25]
  • 1730: Henry Nash[26]
  • 1731: Thomas Jenkins of Goytree [27]
  • 1732: Edmund Bradbury [28]
  • 1733: William Rees of St Brides [29]
  • 1734: Henry Morgan, of Penlloyne [30]
  • 1735: Richard Lewis of Court-y-gollen [6]
  • 1736: William Bonner
  • 1737: Anthony Morgan of Lanethly [31]
  • 1738: William Seys of Gaer, Newport [32]
  • 1739: Paul Morgan of Chepstow [6]
  • 1740: Thomas Evans of Llangattwg Vibonavel [6]
  • 1741: Francis Jenkins [33]
  • 1742: Richard Clarke of the Hill [34]
  • 1743: Edward Perkins of Pilstone [35]
  • 1744: James Tudor Morgan of Llangattock Lingoed [36]
  • 1745: William Aldy of Hardwicke [37]
  • 1746: Thomas Jenkins of Glascoed [38]
  • 1747: John Day of Caldicot [39]
  • 1748: Aubrey Barnes of Monmouth [6]
  • 1749: Sydenham Shipway of Caldicott [40]
  • 1750: Philip Fisher of Monmouth [6]
  • 1751: Evan Jones [6]
  • 1752: Thomas Parry [6]
  • 1753: William Jenkins of Goytree [41]
  • 1754: John Chambie of Lanforst [42]
  • 1755: John Jones of Craigwith [43]
  • 1756: Daniel Treagose of Tregiriog House[44]
  • 1757: John Lewis of Landilo [45]
  • 1758: Rowland Pytt [46]
  • 1759: William Morgan of Bryn-gwyn [6]
  • 1760: William Curre, of Itton [6]

Served under George III[edit]

  • 1761: William Phillips of Whitson [6]
  • 1762: John Roberts of Abergavenny [6]
  • 1763: Allan Lord of Kemeys [6]
  • 1764: William Lloyd of The Hill, Abergavenny [6]
  • 1765: Solomon Jones of Llantilio Pertholeu [6]
  • 1766: William Winsmore of Pant-y-goetre [6]
  • 1767: Thomas John Medlicott, of Monmouth[6][47]
  • 1768: Richard Lucas of Llangattwg, Usk [6]
  • 1769: George Duberley of Dingestow [6]
  • 1770: Charles Milbome of Wonastow [6]
  • 1771: Thomas Fletcher of Monmouth [6]
  • 1772: Thomas Fydale of Chepstow, merchant [6]
  • 1773: Morgan Lewis of St. Pierre [6]
  • 1774: James Davis of Chepstow [6]
  • 1775: William Nicholl of Caerleon [6]
  • 1776: Philip Meakins of Hardwick, Monmouth [6]
  • 1777: Edmund Probyn of Newland [6]
  • 1778: Charles Price of Llanfoist [6]
  • 1779: William Addams Williams of Llangibby [6]
  • 1780: Thomas Hooper of Pant-y-goetre [6]
  • 1781: William Jones of Nash, Gloucestershire [6]
  • 1782: Edward Thomas [place not given] [6]
  • 1783: Elisha Briscoe of Dixton [48]
  • 1784: Christopher Chambre of Llanfoist [48]
  • 1785: William Rees, of St. Bride's [49]
  • 1786: Robert Salusbury, later Sir Robert Salusbury, 1st Baronet, of Llanwern [50]
  • 1787: Thomas Lewis of Chepstow [6]
  • 1788: George Smith of Persfield[48]
  • 1789: Thomas Lewis, of Saint Pierre [51]
  • 1790: William Dinwoody of Abergavenny[48]
  • 1791: William Harrison of Ton, Ragland [52]
  • 1792: David Tanner of Monmouth[48]
  • 1793: John Hanbury Williams of Coldbrook [6]
  • 1794: John Rolls of Dyffryn [53]
  • 1795: Richard Morgan of Argoed [6]
  • 1796: Henry Barnes of Monmouth [6]
  • 1797: Thomas Stoughton of Pontypool [6]
  • 1798: Robert Morgan Kinsey, of Abergavenny [54]
  • 1799: Capel Hanbury Leigh of Pontypool [6]
  • 5 February 1800: Benjamin Waddington, of Llanover[55]
  • 17 March 1801: Thomas Williams, of Chepstow[56]
  • 3 February 1802: Thomas Morgan, of The Hill, Abergavenny[57]
  • 3 February 1803: George Jones, of Salisbury in Magor[58]
  • 23 April 1804: William Adams Williams, of Llangibby[59]
  • 6 February 1805: Joseph Price, of Monmouth[60]
  • 1 February 1806: William Phillips, of Whitston House[61]
  • 4 February 1807: William Partridge, of Monmouth[62]
  • 3 February 1808: William Morgan, of Mamhilad[63]
  • 6 February 1809: John Kemys Gardner Kemys, of Pertholey[64]
  • 31 January 1810: William Pilkington, of Hilston Park[65][66]
  • 8 February 1811: Hugh Powell, of Llanvihangel[67]
  • 24 January 1812: Charles Lewis, of St Pierre[68]
  • 10 February 1813: Samuel Homfray, of Penderren[69]
  • 4 February 1814: Sir Samuel Brudenell Fludyer, 2nd Baronet, of Trostrey[70]
  • 13 February 1815: Samuel Bosanquet, of Dingestow[71]
  • 1816: Sir Henry Protheroe of Llantarnam Abbey [72]
  • 1817: Robert Thompson of Tintern Abbey [6]
  • 1818: Nathaniel Wells, of Piercefield,[73] the first black person to be appointed a High Sheriff
  • 1819: George Buckle of Chepstow [6]

Served under George IV[edit]

Served under William IV[edit]

Served under Queen Victoria[edit]

Served under Edward VII[edit]

  • 1901: William Llewellin Esq. of Upton House, Poole, Dorset [124]
  • 1902: Edward Windsor Richards, of Pas, or Plas Llecha, USK.[125]
  • 1903: Edward Pritchard Martin Esq. of Abergavenny [2]
  • 1904: John Davies James, of Myrtle Grove, Blackwood [2]
  • 1905: Sir Clifford John Corey, First Baronet, of Llantarnam Abbey [2]
  • 1906: Charles Herbert Firbank, of Glen Usk, near Caerleon [2]
  • 1907: Col. Charles Thomas Wallace, of Chesterholme, Stow Park, Newport [2]
  • 1908: Edmund William Thome Llewelyn Brewer-Williams Esq. of Maesrydded, Newport [2]
  • 1909: Edward Steer Esq. of Woodlands, Malpas [2]
  • 1910: Isaac Butler, of Panteg House, near Newport [2]

Served under George V[edit]

  • 1911: Sir Thomas Edward Watson, 1st Baronet, of Mary's Lodge, Newport [2]
  • 1912: Sir Frederick Mills, 1st Baronet of The Park Ebbw Vale [2]
  • 1913: Llewyllyn Llewylyn of Kings Hill, Newport [2]
  • 1914: William Gwilym Cristar James, of Llan Wysg, Crickhowell [2]
  • 1915: William Royse Lysaght, of Castleford [2]
  • 1916: John Paton, of Waun Wern, Pontypool [2]
  • 1917: Sir John Wyndham Beynon of Bryn Ivor (also Order of St. John of Jerusalem) [2]
  • 1918: Charles Oswald Liddell, of Shirenewton, Chepstow [2]
  • 1919: Gerald Mainwaring Vaughan Hughes, of Chepstow [2]
  • 1920: Sir Leonard Wilkinson Llewelyn, of Maplas Court, Newport [2]
  • 1921: Lt. Col. Sir Henry Webb, 1st Baronet of Llynarthan [2]
  • 1922: Lt. Col. John Charters Kirk, of St. Alberns, Christchurch, Newport. (Died during year of office, 1922. Acting Sheriff, Edward Coulman) [2]
  • 1923: Sir Richard Mathias, of Vaendre Hall, St Mellons [2]
  • 1924: Major Aubery Isaac Rothwell Butler, of Sandleford Priory, Newbury [2]
  • 1925: Captain Charles Crofts Llewellyn Williams of Llanrumney Hall, Llanrumney, Cardiff [2]
  • 1926: Charles Leigh Clay, Piercefield Park, Chepstow (Brother of Henry Hastings Clay, Sheriff 1895) [2]
  • 1927: Lionel Digby Whitehead of Goytre Hall, Abergavenny [2]
  • 1928: Major Albert Addams Williams, of Llangibby Castle, Monmouthshire [2]
  • 1929: William Percival Miles, of Monkstone Rumney [2]
  • 1930: Frederick Phillips, J.P. for County Borough of Newport [2]
  • 1931: Col. John Evans, of Grouville, Stow Park Circus, Newport [2]
  • 1932: Sir William Henry Saeger, Kt of Croft-y-Bwla, Monmouth [2]
  • 1933: Leonard Twiston Davies of Rockfield Park, Monmouth [2]
  • 1934: Major Claude Gilbert Martin of Stow Park Circus, Newport [2]
  • 1935: Edgar John Lewis of Troedy Chiw, Bedwas [2]

Served under Edward VIII[edit]

Served under George VI[edit]

  • 1937: Frederick Pring Robjent, of Fields House in the County Borough of Newport in the county of Monmouth, Esq. in the Commission of the Peace.
  • 1938: George Leighton Seager, C.B.E. of " Bryn Ivor Hall", Castleton, near Cardiff [126]
  • 1939: Capt. Geoffrey Cartland Hugh Crawshay, of Llanfair Court, Abergavenny [127]
  • 1940: Alfred John Davies, of Stow Park Circle, Newport [128]
  • 1941: Arthur James, of Griffithstown, Pontypool, Monmouthshire [129]
  • 1942: Desmond Lysaght, of Castleford, Chepstow [130]
  • 1943: Andrew Norman Phillips, of Newport [131]
  • 1944: Lieut.-Col. Horace Cuthbert Rees Thompson, of Oakdene, Llantarnam [132]
  • 1945: Major Thomas Henry Vile, of Kia Ora, Waterloo Road, Newport [133]
  • 1946: Richard Wilson Bartlett, of Boughcliff, Tidenham Chase, Ohepstow [134]
  • 1947: Sydney Augustus Putnam, of Llantarnam Hall, Llantarnam [135]
  • 1948: Edward Wright Bennett, of Llwyndu Court, Abergavenny [136]
  • 1949: Colonel Robert Clifford Lloyd Thomas of The Shrubbery, Stow Hill, Newport [137]
  • 1950: Frank Longueville Dean of Glenusk, Llanhennock, near Newport [138]
  • 1951: Arthur Maynard Chesterfield Jenour of Crossways, Chepstow.[139]
  • 1952: Ernest Elijah Cashmore of Elmscott, Stow Park Circle, Newport.[140]

Served under Elizabeth II[edit]

  • 1953: Edward Connor Lysaght of The Conagar, Llandogo, Chepstow.[141]
  • 1954: David Ronald Phillips of Oakdene, Dewsland Park, Newport.[142]
  • 1955: Lieut-Colonel John David Griffiths, of The Cottage, Lower Machen.[143]
  • 1956: Colonel Edward Roderick Hill of St. Arvan's Court, Chepstow.[144]
  • 1957: Arthur Smith of Westover, Glasllwch Lane, Newport.[145]
  • 1958: Percy Charles Jones of Glasllwch House, Newport[146]
  • 1959: Rear-Admiral St. John Aldrich Micklethwait of Penhein, near Chepstow.[147]
  • 1960: Brigadier Gerald Birdwood Vaughan-Hughes of Wyelands, Chepstow[148]
  • 1961: John Wade Thomas of Rocklands, Glasllwch Lane, Newport[149]
  • 1962: David Nathan Rocyn-Jones of Cefn Eurwg, St. Mellons[150]
  • 1963: Colonel Sir (Robert) Godfrey Llewellyn, 1st Baronet, C.B., C.B.E., M.C., T.D. of Tredilion Park, Abergavenny [151]
  • 1964: Colonel Henry Somerset Parnell Hopkinson, O.B.E. of Llanvihangel Court, near Abergavenny [152]
  • 1965: Henry Antony Patrick Clay, E.R.D. of Wyndcliffe Court, near Chepstow[153]
  • 1966: Lieut.-Colonel Henry Morton Llewellyn, C.B.E. of Llanfair Grange, near Abergavenny [154]
  • 1967: Brian Ford Treverton Jones of The Knoll, Clytha Park, Newport[155]
  • 1968: John Frederick Lovell, O.B.E. of "Broughton", Clytha Park, Newport[156]
  • 1969: John Graham O'Mahony Meade of The Glyn Farm, Devauden, Chepstow[157]
  • 1970: Kenneth Roland Taylor of Lansdown, Ridgeway, Newport[158]
  • 1971: Gwyn Rocyn Jones of Woodcote House, Five Lanes, Caerwent, near Newport[159]
  • 1972: Robin Arthur Elidyr Herbert of Llanover, near Abergavenny[160]
  • 1973: Sir William James Cooper Thomas, 2nd Baronet, T.D. of Rockfield Park, Monmouth[161]
  • 1974 onwards - See High Sheriff of Gwent

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