High Sheriff of Herefordshire

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This is a list of sheriffs and high sheriffs of Herefordshire.

The Sheriff is the oldest secular office under the Crown. Formerly the 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. Under the provisions of the Local Government Act 1972, on 1 April 1974 the office previously known as Sheriff was retitled High Sheriff.[1] The High Sheriff changes every March.

Under the same act Herefordshire and Worcestershire were merged to form the new county of Hereford and Worcester, therefore the office of Sheriff of Herefordshire was replaced by the High Sheriff of Hereford and Worcester. In 1998 the office of High Sheriff of Hereford and Worcester was replaced by the High Sheriff of Herefordshire (and the High Sheriff of Worcestershire) when the two counties were de-merged.

Sheriffs[edit]

A nearly complete list of the High Sheriffs of Herefordshire from 1155 to 1647 can be found in The history of the worthies of England, Volume 1, pp. 83–94.

11th century[edit]

12th century[edit]

13th century[edit]

14th century[edit]

  • 1299-1304: Miles Picard [7]
  • 1305: Sir John de Acton
  • 1306: Thomas Rossal
  • 1307–1310: Walter de Halits
  • 1311–1313: Roger Chaundos, 1st Lord Chaundos [5]
  • 1314–1315: Richard de Baskervill
  • 1316–1317: Hugo Hakluit
  • 1318: Roger Picard [7]
  • 1320–1324: Roger Chaundos, 1st Lord Chaundos [5]
  • 1326: Roger Picard [7]
  • 1327–1331: Roger Chaundos, 1st Lord Chaundos [5]
  • 1332–1333: John de Rous
  • 1334–1335: John Mauger, Robert Chaundos and John le Rous
  • 1336–1342: Richard Walwayn
  • 1343: John Walwayn
  • 1344–1345: William Radour
  • 1346: Thomas Pichard
  • 1347: John Scholle and Thomas Pichard
  • 1348: Richard Dansy and John Scholle
  • 1349: Richard Dansy
  • 1350: Thomas de Aston
  • 1351–1352: Richard de Burges
  • 1353: Richard Bregg
  • 1354: Richard de la Bere
  • 1355: Richard de la Bere and Thomas atte Barre
  • 1356–1358: Edward Hakluit
  • 1359: Thomas Chaundos, 2nd Lord Chaundos [5]
  • 1360–1369:Richard de la Bere
  • 1362-1372:William Devereux of Bodenham[8]
  • 1370: Thomas Chaundos, 2nd Lord Chaundos [5]
  • 1372–1373: Thomas Chaundos, 2nd Lord Chaundos [5]
  • 1374–1376: Sir Walter Devereux of Bodenham and Peter de la Mare
  • 1376: John Devereux, 1st Baron Devereux[9]
  • 1377: Sir Robert Whitney of Whitney-on-Wye and Pencombe
  • 1378: Simon de Brugge
  • 1379: John Walwayne
  • 1380: Hugo Carew
  • 1381: Simon de Brugge
  • 1382: John Walwayne
  • 1382: John Chaundos, 3rd Lord Chandos [5]
  • 1383: Roger Pauncefoot
  • 1384: Sir Thomas de la Barre of Barre's Court in Holmer and Rotherwas
  • 1385: Nicholas Maurdin
  • 1386: Thomas Oldcastle of Eyton
  • 1387: Kinardus de la Bere of Kinnersley
  • 1388: Sir Thomas de la Barre of Barre's Court in Holmer and Rotherwas
  • 1389: Thomas Walwayn of Hellions in Much Marcle
  • 1390: Hugh de Monington
  • 1391: Thomas Oldcastle of Eyton
  • 1392: Malcolm de la Mare of Yatton and Little Hereford
  • 1393: Thomas Walwayn of Hellions in Much Marcle
  • 1394: John Walwayn
  • 1395-1396: Sir Thomas de la Barre of Barre's Court in Holmer and Rotherwas
  • 1397: Kinardus de la Bere of Kinnersley
  • 1397–1398: Thomas Clanvowe of Hengest and Yazor
  • 1399: John ap Harry of Poston in Vowchurch

15th century[edit]

  • 1400: William Lucy and Leon. Haklut
  • 1401 May-Nov: Sir Walter Devereux of Bodenham and Weobley [10]
  • 1401 Nov-Feb: Kinardus de la Bere of Kinnersley
  • 1401–1403: John Bodenham
  • 1404: John Merbury of Lyonshall and Weobley
  • 1405: Sir John Oldcastle
  • 1406:
  • 1407: John Scudamore of Holm Lacy
  • 1408: John Smert
  • 1409: Sir John Skydemore of Kentchurch
  • 1409: John Bodenham
  • 1410: William Walwein
  • 1413: Robert Whitney of Whitney-on-Wye
  • 1414: John Merbury of Lyonshall and Weobley
  • 1416: John Brugge of Staunton-on-Wye
  • 1417: John Russell
  • 1418: Thomas Holgot
  • 1419: John Merbury of Lyonshall and Weobley
  • 1420–1421: Richard de la Bere
  • 1422: Richard de la Mare
  • 1422: John Merbury of Lyonshall and Weobley [11]
  • 1423: Rowland Lenthal
  • 1424: Guy Whittington of Sollershope
  • 1425: John Merbury of Lyonshall and Weobley
  • 1425: William Croft [5]
  • 1426: Thomas de la Haye, jnr
  • 1427: Robert Whitney of Whitney-on-Wye
  • 1428: Richard de la Mare
  • 1429: John Merbury of Lyonshall and Weobley
  • 1430: Sir John Skydemore of Kentchurch
  • 1431
  • 1432: Robert Whitney of Whitney-on-Wye
  • 1433: Thomas de la Haye of Arkstone in Kingstone and Urishay in Peterchurch
  • 1434: John Merbury of Lyonshall and Weobley
  • 1435: Thomas Mille
  • 1436: Robert Whitney of Whitney-on-Wye
  • 1437: Sir John Pauncefoot of Crickhowell Castle and Hasfield, Glos
  • 1438: Walter Skull
  • 1439: Richard Walwin
  • 1440–1441: Richard Lucy
  • 1442: Henry Charleton
  • 1443: Thomas Parker
  • 1444: Radulph Walwain
  • 1445: Thomas Mille
  • 1446: Humphrey Stafford
  • 1447: Walter Devereux of Weobley
  • 1448: Walter Skull
  • 1449: John Scudamore
  • 1450: John Berry
  • 1451: Thomas Parker
  • 1452: Thomas Cornwall
  • 1453: William Lucy
  • 1454: John Barry
  • 1455: Walter Skull
  • 1456: Walter Scudamore
  • 1457: John Scudamore
  • 1458: John Seymor
  • 1459: William Catesby of Ashby St Ledgers
  • 1460: Sir James Baskerville of Erdisley (1st term)[12]
  • 1461: John Welford
  • 1462–1463: Thomas Monington
  • 1464: Simon Melburn
  • 1465: Sir John Baskerville of Weston [12]
  • 1466: John Lingein[5]
  • 1467: Thomas Cornwall
  • 1468: Walter Wigmore
  • 1469: Sir Walter Baskervill (son of Sir James, HS 1460)[13]
  • 1470: Richard Croft
  • 1471: Richard Croft
  • 1472: John Lingen
  • 1473: Thomas Monington
  • 1474: James Baskerville (2nd term)[13]
  • 1475: Robert Whitney
  • 1476: Richard Croft
  • 1477: Radulph Hacluit
  • 1478: J. Mortimer
  • 1479: R. de la Bere
  • 1480: Simon Melborn
  • 1481: James Baskerville (3rd term)[13]
  • 1482: John Mortimer
  • 1483: Richard de la Bere
  • 1484: Thomas Cornwall
  • 1485: Richard Croft
  • 1485: John Mortimer
  • 1486: John Lingen [5]
  • 1487: Roger Bodenham
  • 1488: Henry Scudamore
  • 1489: John Devereux
  • 1490: Thomas Mornington
  • 1491: Richard Greenway
  • 1492: Richard de la Bere
  • 1493: John Mortimer
  • 1494: Edward Blunt
  • 1495: John Lingen [5]
  • 1496: Henry Harper
  • 1497: John Lingen
  • 1498: Richard Greenway
  • 1499: Henry Mile
  • 1436: Roger de la Mare

16th century[edit]

  • 1501: Richard Miners [14]
  • 1502: John Mortimer
  • 1503–1504: Thomas Cornwall (1st term)
  • 1505: Edward Croft
  • 1506: John Lingen jnr [5]
  • 1507: Richard Cornwall[disambiguation needed] of Berrington (1st term)
  • 1508: Radulph Hakluit
  • 1509: Henry Mile
  • 1509: Edward Croft
  • 1510: Richard de la Bere
  • 1511: Thomas Monington
  • 1512: Henry Mile
  • 1513: Edward Croft
  • 1514: Thomas Cornwall (2nd term)
  • 1515: Sir William Herbert of Troy
  • 1516: John Lingen [5]
  • 1517: Edward Croft
  • 1518: Radulf Hakluit
  • 1519: Richard Cornwall[disambiguation needed] of Berrington (2nd term)
  • 1520: John Lingen
  • 1521: Edward Croft
  • 1522: Rowland Morton
  • 1523: James Baskervill
  • 1524: John Scudamore
  • 1525: Henry Vain of Kent
  • 1526: Sir Richard Cornwall[disambiguation needed] of Berrington (3rd term)
  • 1527: Thomas Baskervill
  • 1528: John Lingen
  • 1529: Edward Croft
  • 1530: Richard Vaughan
  • 1531: Richard Walwein
  • 1532: Thomas Monington
  • 1533: Edward Croft
  • 1534: Michael Lister
  • 1535: William Clinton and Thomas Clinton
  • 1536: John Scudamore
  • 1537: John Blount
  • 1538: Sir John Pakington
  • 1539: Michael Lister
  • 1540: Thomas Monington
  • 1541: Richard Vaughan
  • 1542: James Baskerville of Erdisley
  • 1543: John Scudamore
  • 1544: John Lingen of Stoke Edith [5]
  • 1545: Stephen ap Harry of Rotherwas and Moorhampton and Rathangan, co. Kildare
  • 1546: Roger Bodenham
  • 1547: John (?George) Cornwall of Berrington
  • 1548: Thomas Baskervill
  • 1549: John Harley
  • 1550–1551: James Baskerville of Eardisley
  • 1552: John Scudamore the elder [15]
  • 1553: Sir John Pryce [15]
  • 1554: Thomas Howard or Havard [15]
  • 1555: John Baskerville of Chanstone Court, Vowchurch and Eardisley [15]
  • 1556: Thomas Wynston [15]
  • 1557: Richard Monington [15]
  • 1558: Richard or Roger Bodenham [15]
  • 1559: George Cornwall of Berrington
  • 1560: Thomas Blount
  • 1561: John Harley
  • 1562: John Huband of Leominster
  • 1563: George ap Harry
  • 1564: James Baskerville of Eardisley
  • 1565: John Scudamore of Kentchurch
  • 1566: Gregory Price of Hereford
  • 1567: William Shelley
  • 1568: Thomas Clinton
  • 1569: Thomas Baskervill
  • 1570: John Baskerville of Chanstone Court, Vowchurch and Eardisley
  • 1571: John Huband of Leominster
  • 1572: Hugo ap Harry
  • 1573: John Abrahal
  • 1574: James Whitney
  • 1575: Gregory Price of Hereford
  • 1576: James Warnecombe of Ivington
  • 1577: Thomas Morgan
  • 1578: Wa. Baskervill
  • 1579: William Cecil
  • 1580: Francis Blount
  • 1581: John Scudamore of Holme Lacy
  • 1582: Thomas Coningsby of Hampton Court and the Black Friars, Hereford.
  • 1583: Richard Walwayn
  • 1584: Hugh Baskervill
  • 1585: Ro. Bodenham
  • 1586: James Whitney
  • 1587: James Boyle
  • 1588: John Berrington
  • 1569: Thomas Baskervill
  • 1590: Charles Bruges
  • 1591: William Rudham
  • 1592: Richard Tomkins
  • 1593: Ro. Bodenham
  • 1594: Thomas Harley
  • 1595: Gregory Price of Hereford
  • 1596: Eustace Whitney
  • 1597: Nicholas Garnons of Moreton-on-Lugg
  • 1598: Sir Thomas Coningsby of Hampton Court and the Black Friars, Hereford.[5]
  • 1599: William Dauntsey

17th century[edit]

18th century[edit]

  • 1700: John Hereford (died 1700) [36]
  • 1701:
  • 1705: Markey Abrahall of Ingeston [37]
  • 1705: Samuel Pytts [38]
  • 1708: Sir Francis Charlton, 2nd Baronet of Ludford House[39]
  • 1714: Sir Philip Jackson [40]
  • 1719: John Dutton Colt [5]
  • 1720: Edward Whitestone [14]
  • 1721: Richard Witherston [41]
  • 1724: Thomas Delabay[42]
  • 1725: Herbert Trist, of Hereford [43]
  • 1726:
  • 1728: John Tyler of Dilwyn [44]
  • 1730: John Capell [45]
  • 1731: John Cox [46]
  • 1732: James Walwyn of Longworth [47]
  • 1733: Mansel Powell of Eardisley Park[48]
  • 1734: Robert Mynors [14]
  • 1736: Richard Gorges [49]
  • 1737: Thomas Read[50]
  • 1739: Lutley Barnaby[51]
  • 1741: Edmund Eekley [52]
  • 1743: James Clark[53]
  • 1744: William Brydges of Tiberton[54]
  • 1745: Richard Smyth of Bullingham[55]
  • 1746: Bensalem Edwards of Bodenhain[56]
  • 1748: John Delahay of Peterchurch [57]
  • 1752: Sir John Morgan, 4th Baronet of Kinnersley Castle[58]
  • 1753: Thomas Dunne of Gatley Park [59]
  • 1754: Giles Whitehall of Leominster [60]
  • 1755: Thomas Penoyre of Clifford [61]
  • 1756: Edmund Thomas of Michael Church[62]
  • 1757: Robert Mynors Gouge [63]
  • 1758: William Cope Gregory [64]
  • 1759: Sir James Broome of Withington [65]
  • 1760: James Hereford of Mordiford [66]
  • 1761: John Brookes-Cotterell of Garnons [5]
  • 1762: Howarth Cooke of Holmer [66]
  • 1763: George Terry [37][66]
  • 1764: Edward Greenly of Huntington [66]
  • 1765: William Vaston of Leominster [66]
  • 1766: Harcourt Aubrey of Clehonger [66]
  • 1767: John Peploe-Birch, of Garnstone[67]
  • 1768: Richard Gorges of Eye, near Leominster [68]
  • 1769: William Nourse of Weston-under-Penyard [66]
  • 1770: Price Clutton of Kinnersley
  • 1771: Sir Chandos Hoskyns, 5th Baronet [69]
  • 1772: John Skipp of Ledbury [66]
  • 1773: Evedale Price of Foxley [66]
  • 1774: John Stratford Collins of Walford [66]
  • 1775: John Freeman of Letton [66]
  • 1776: James King of Staunton [66]
  • 1777: William Matthews,[5] died 1777
  • 1777: James Clutton of Kinnersley [66]
  • 1778: John Caldecott of Holmer [66]
  • 1779: Henry Tempest, 4th Baronet [5]
  • 1779: John Salway of Richard's Castle [66]
  • 1780: Bell Lloyd of Presteign [66]
  • 1781: Edmund Patteshall [70]
  • 1782: Francis William Thomas Brydges of Tibberton[71]
  • 1783: Tomkyns Dew of Whitney[70]
  • 1784: James Walwyn of Longworth [72]
  • 1785: Sir Hungerford Hoskyns, 6th Baronet of Morehampton Park [73]
  • 1786: Edward Boughton, 8th Baronet of Vowchurch [5]
  • 1787: Richard Cope Hopton of Canon Frome[70]
  • 1788: Thomas Downes of Staunton [66][74]
  • 1789: William Taylor of Tillington [66]
  • 1789: Thomas Clutton of Kinnersley [75]
  • 1790: John Cotterell of Garnons [66]
  • 1791: Thomas Stallard Penoyre of The Moor [66]
  • 1792: Richard Chambers of Whitbourne [66]
  • 1793: John Keysall of Moreton Court [66]
  • 1793: Sir Uvedale Price, 1st Baronet of Foxley, Yazor
  • 1794: John Miles of Ledbury [66]
  • 1795: John Moore Greene of Cagebrook [66]
  • 1796: Abraham Whittake of Lyston [66]
  • 1797: John Barneby of Brockhampton [76]
  • 1798: John Stedman of Bosbury [77]
  • 1799: Sir Henry Tempest, 4th Baronet of Caldwell[78]

1800–1899[edit]

  • 5 February 1800: Thomas Beebee, of Willey[79]
  • 11 February 1801: John Skip, of Ledbury[80]
  • 3 February 1802: Thomas Debits, of the Apostles[81]
  • 17 February 1802: Edward Bolton Clive, of Treville[82]
  • 3 February 1803: Benjamin Biddulph, of Burghill[83]
  • 1 February 1804: Richard Stukely Fleming, of Dinmore Hill[84]
  • 6 February 1805: Leonard Parkinson, of Kinnersley[85]
  • 1 February 1806: Somerset Davies, of Wigmore[86]
  • 4 February 1807: Richard Salwey, of Brimfield Court[87]
  • 3 February 1808: Samuel Peploe, of Garnstone[88]
  • 6 February 1809: William Wall, of Leominster[89]
  • 31 January 1810: Robert Higginson, of Bucknill Park[90]
  • 8 February 1811: Philip Jones, of Sugwas[91]
  • 24 January 1812: Thomas Jay, of Derndale[92]
  • 10 February 1813: Sir Hungerford Hoskyns, 7th Baronet, of Harewood[93]
  • 4 February 1814: Edward Moulton Barrett, of Hope End[94][95]
  • 13 February 1815: Edward Thomas Foley, of Stoke Edith House[96]
  • 1816: Kingsmill Evans of the Hill [97]
  • 1817: Temkyns Dew of Whitney [66]
  • 1818: John Williams of Wilcroft [66]
  • 1819: William Bateman-Hanbury, Bt of Shebdon [66]
  • 1820: Thomas Perry of Eardisley [66]
  • 1821: John Biddulph of Ledbury [98]
  • 1822: Thomas Hampton Symons of Mynde-Park [99]
  • 1823: Edmund B Pateshall of Allensmore [100]
  • 1824: William Chute Haydon of Moreton Court [101]
  • 1825: Thomas Andrew Knight of Downton Castle [102]
  • 1826: Francis Henry Thomas of Much Cowarn [103]
  • 1827: John Griffiths of the Weir[104]
  • 1828: Edmund Higginson of Saltmarsh [105]
  • 1829: William Gordon, of Haffield [66]
  • 1830: Richard Blakemore of the Leys[106]
  • 1831: John Arkwright, of Hampton Court[107]
  • 1832: John Freeman of Gaines[108]
  • 1833: Thomas Dunne of Bircher[109]
  • 1834: Sir Samuel Rush Meyrick, of Goodrich Court[110]
  • 1835: Richard Webb of Donnington Hall[111]
  • 1836: Edward Griffiths, of Newcourt[112]
  • 1837: Thomas Monnington, of Sarnesfield[113]
  • 1838: Robert Biddulph Phillipps, of Longworth[114]
  • 1839: John Higford, of Abbey Dore[115]
  • 1840: Thomas Heywood, of Hope End[116]
  • 1841: Robert Lane, of Ryelands[117]
  • 1842: John Lucy Scudamore, of Kentchurch Park[118]
  • 1843: Sir Edwyn Scudamore-Stanhope, 2nd Baronet, of Holme Lacy[119]
  • 1844: Thomas George Symons, of Mynde Park[120][121]
  • 1845: James King King, of Staunton Park[122]
  • 1846: John Francis Vaughan, of Court Hill was initially appointed,[123] but was replaced by Daniel Peploe Peploe, of Garnstone[124]
  • 1847: Thomas Barwick Lloyd-Baker, of Hardwicke Court[125]
  • 1848: Robert Maulkin Lingwood, of Lystone House[126]
  • 1849: William Barneby, of Clater[127]
  • 1850: James Cheese, of Huntington[128]
  • 1851: Charles Thomas Bodenham, of Rotherwas[129]
  • 1852: William Trevellyan Keville Davies, of Wigmore[130]
  • 1853: William Money-Kyrle, of Hommehouse[131]
  • 1854: Elias Chadwick, of Puddlestone Court near Leominster[132]
  • 1855: Richard Francis Wegg Prosser, of Belmont near Hereford[133]
  • 1856: Charles Williams Allen, of the Moor near Kington[134][135]
  • 1857: Robert Biddulph, of Ledbury[136]
  • 1858: Richard Snead Cox, of Pembridge and Eaton Bishop, and of Broxwood near Kington.[137]
  • 1859: Richard Yapp, of the Halesend, Cradley[138]
  • 1860: Andrew John Rouse-Boughton-Knight, of Downton Castle[139]
  • 1861: Robert Henry Lee Warner, of Tiberton Court[140]
  • 1862: John Hungerford Arkwright of Hampton Court near Leominster[141]
  • 1863: William Bridgman, of Weston under Penyard[142]
  • 1864: Colonel Robert Fielden, of Dulas Court[143]
  • 1865: Sir Henry Geers Cotterell of Garnons[144]
  • 1866: Sir Edward Cludde Cockburn, of Pennoxtone, 8th Baronet[145]
  • 1867: Thomas Reavely, of Einnersley Castle, near Kington [146]
  • 1868: Tomkyns Dew, of Whitney Court, near Hereford[147]
  • 1869: John Morley, of Moreton Jeffries, near Bromyard[148]
  • 1870: Edmund Smalley Hutchinson, of Longworth, near Hereford [149]
  • 1871: Stephen Robinson, of Lynhales, near Kington[150]
  • 1872: John Habington Barneby Lutley,of Brockhampton [151]
  • 1873: James Rankin, of Bryngwyn, Hereford [152]
  • 1874: Lieut.-Colonel Thomas Powell Symonds of Pengethley, near Ross [153]
  • 1875: Benjamin Haigh Allen, of The Priory, Clifford [154]
  • 1876: John Harding, of Tattenhall Lodge, Leamington, and the Lynch, Pembridge[155]
  • 1877: John Harward Griffiths, of The Weir, Hereford [156]
  • 1878: Edward Bickerton Evans of Whitburne Hall, Bromyard [157]
  • 1879: Major-General John Coke of Le More, Eardisley[5]
  • 1880: Benjamin Lawrence Sanders, of Street Court, Leominster[158]
  • 1881: Edward Howarth Greenly of Titley Court, Kington[159]
  • 1882: Theophilus William Lane of Ryelands, Leominster[160]
  • 1883: Robert William Dacre Harley of Brampton Bryan Castle[161]
  • 1884: William Henry Barneby of Bridenbury Court, Bromyard[162]
  • 1885: Sir Christopher Robert Lighton, 7th Baronet [163]
  • 1886: Robert Henry de Winton of Graftonbury, Hereford[164]
  • 1887: Henry Higgins of Thinghill, Hereford[165]
  • 1888: Charles Archibald Hewitt, of Hope End, Ledbury[166]
  • 1889: Richard Green of The Whittern, Kington[167]
  • 1890: Colonel Robert Bourne, of Cowarne Court, Ledbury[168]
  • 1891: Benjamin St. John Attwood Mathews, of Pontrilas Court, Hereford[169]
  • 1892: Harold Charles Moffatt, of Goodrich Court, Ross [170]
  • 1893: Hudson Lathom Lutwyche of Kynastone, Ross[171]
  • 1894: Thomas Raymond Symons of the Mynde Park, Tram Inn [172]
  • 1895: George Cresswell of Ocle Court, Hereford [173]
  • 1896: Henry Randolph Trafford of Michaelchurch Court, Hereford [174]
  • 1897: Sir John Richard Geers Cotterell, 4th Baronet of Garnons [175]
  • 1898: John Riley of Putley Court, Ledbury[176]
  • 1899: Arthur Wellesley Foster of Brockhampton Court, Ross [177]

1900–1973[edit]

  • 1900: John Wood of Ivington, Leominster [178]
  • 1901: James Louis Alexander Hope, of Whitney Court, Whitney [179]
  • 1902: George William Marshall, of Sarnesfield, Weobley [180]
  • 1903: Sir Joseph Verdin, 1st Baronet of Garnstone Castle, Weobley [181]
  • 1904: William Theodore Barneby of Saltmarshe Castle, Bromyard [182]
  • 1905: Roger Charlton Parr of Staunton Park, Staunton-on-Arrow [183]
  • 1906: Paul Henry Foley of Stoke Edith House, Hereford [184]
  • 1907: Charles James Paul Gwyer of Eywood, Kington [185]
  • 1908: Thomas Davies Burlton of Eaton Uill, Leominster [186]
  • 1909: Ralph Tichborne Hinckes of Foxley, Hereford [187]
  • 1910: Evans Mynde Allen of Manor House, Upton Bishop, Ross [188]
  • 1911: Sir Herbert Archer Croft, 10th Baronet of Lugwardine Court, Hereford [189]
  • 1912: Charles Thornton Pulley of Lower Eaton, Hereford[190]
  • 1913: Sir Geoffrey Cornewall, 6th Baronet of Moccas Court, Hereford [191]
  • 1914: George Ernest Wright of Pudlestone Court, Leominster [192]
  • 1915: Lennox Bertram Lee of How Caple Court, Ross[193]
  • 1916: James Tuder Hereford of Sufton, Mordiford [194]
  • 1917: Colonel John Button Hopton of Canon-ffrome Court[195]
  • 1918: Sir Richard Harington Bt.[196]
  • 1919: Guy Rawson Trafford of Hill Court, Ross [197]
  • 1920: Colonel Gilbert Charles Bourne of Cowarne Court, Ledbury [198]
  • 1921: Col. Peter Legh Clowes of Burton Court, Eardisland [199]
  • 1922: Edward Marten Dunne of Gatley Park, Kingsland[200]
  • 1923: Laurence Nugent Hope of Whitney Court, Whitney [201]
  • 1924: Stewart Robinson of The Ovals, Kington [202]
  • 1925: Lionel Havercroft Green of The Whittern, Lyonshall, Leominster [203]
  • 1926: Charles Andrew Bouse-Boughton-Knight of Downton Castle, Ludlow [204]
  • 1927: George William Davey of Kinnersley Castle, Eardisley [205]
  • 1928: John Ralph Henry Harley, of Brampton Bryan [206]
  • 1929: George Basil Heywood of Caradoc Court[207]
  • 1930: Charles Anthony Benn of Moor Court, Kington [208]
  • 1931: Henry Evan Pateshall Pateshall of Allensmore Court, Hereford [209]
  • 1932: Herbert Ronald Pettit of Castle Weir, Kington [210]
  • 1933: Charles Jerome Vaughan of Courtfields, Ross [211]
  • 1934: Edward Frederick Bulmer of " Adam's Hill", Breinton, Hereford[212]
  • 1935: Herbert Riches Jenkins, of The Porch House, Westhide, Hereford [213]
  • 1936: George Malcolm Kent of Garden House, Shobdon, Leominster [214]
  • 1937: The Reverend William Marshall of Sarnesfield Court, Weobley [215]
  • 1938: Robert Holme Storey of Bishopswood, Ross-on-Wye[216]
  • 1939: Sir George Sidney Clive of Perrystone Court, How Caple [217]
  • 1940: Henry Howard Bulmer of Longmeadow, Hereford [218]
  • 1941: Eric Carnegie Romilly of Broadfield Court, Bodenham, Hereford [219]
  • 1942: Thomas Henry Foster of The Grange, Whitchurch [220]
  • 1943: Owen George Scudamore Croft of Hephill, Lugwardine, Herefordshire.[221]
  • 1944: Richard Saher de Quincey Quincey of The Vern, Bodenham.[222]
  • 1945: Frederick Parland Loder-Symonds of Waldrist, Aylestone Hill, Hereford.[223]
  • 1946: Cecil John Herbert Spence Colby of Donnington Hall, Ledbury.[224]
  • 1947: Henry Thomas Hamilton Foley of Stoke Edith Park, Herefordshire.[225]
  • 1948: Edward Francis Herbert Evans of Whitbourne Hall, Herefordshire.[226]
  • 1949: John Lewes Davenport, Yarsop House, Mansel Lacey [66]
  • 1950: Gerard Leigh Clay, Brockhampton Cottage [66]
  • 1951: John Francis Maclean, Thatch Close, Llangrove, Ross [66]
  • 1952: Thomas Philip Barneby, Salt Marsh Castle, Bromyard [227]
  • 1953: Thomas Reginald Fraser Bate, Glenmonnow House, Garway [228]
  • 1954: Felix Alexander Vincent Copland-Griffiths, Bircher Hall, Leominster [229]
  • 1955: Sir Frederick Burrows, Thrushes Nest, Ross on Wye [66]
  • 1956: Henry Maysey Barneby, Brockington House, Bredenbury [66]
  • 1957: Herbert Roy Rowlands, Brand Lodge, Colwell [66]
  • 1958: Robert Peel Waller of Wyastone, Leys, Monmouth [66]
  • 1959: John Arthur Hill of Orleton Manor, Near Ludlow [230]
  • 1960: Thomas John Hawkins of Wilton Oaks, Tarrington [66]
  • 1961: David Watkin Hamlen Williams, Angel House, Kingsland [66]
  • 1962: Ronald Edmund Combe of The Slad, Putley, Hereford [66]
  • 1963: Richard Frederic Neill Aldrich-Blake, Weston Hall, Ross-on-Wye [66]
  • 1964: Edward Somers Fleming Evans of Whitbourne Hall [231]
  • 1965: Charles Edward Rudge of Baysham, Ross-on-Wye [232]
  • 1966: Philip George Verdin of The Butt House, Canon Pyon[233]
  • 1967: Robert Alfred Lowth of Ross-on-Wye[234]
  • 1968: Rowland Kirle Cecil Pope of Homme House, Much Marcle[235]
  • 1969: Miles Aubrey Belville of Bromyard [236]
  • 1970: Thomas Raymond Dunne, Gatley Park, Leinthall Earls, Leominster [237]
  • 1971: Neston Dana Ord Capper of Ullingswick[238]
  • 1972: Henry Habington Barneby of Llanerch-y-Coed, Dorstone[239]
  • 1973: Ernle Reginald Forester Gilbert of Bishopstone, near Hereford[240]

High Sheriff[edit]

1998 – date[edit]

  • 1998: Simon William Britten Dereham, Sapness Farm, Woolhope [241]
  • 1999: Mrs Rosalie Joan Dawes, Birtsmorton Court, near Malvern, Worcestershire[242]
  • 2000: Mrs Thomas Hone, of Bosbury House[243]
  • 2001: Andrew William Dyson Perrins, of The Hyde[244]
  • 2002: Col Sir Piers Henry George Bengough KCVO OBE, of Great House[245]
  • 2003: Georgina Sarah Henrietta Britten-Long, of Hill Farm[246]
  • 2004: James Donald Nicholas, of Welsh Court[247]
  • 2005: Andrew William Grant[248]
  • 2006: Lt-Gen Sir John Paul Foley KCB OBE MC[249]
  • 2007: John Sarne Yorke[250]
  • 2008: Lt-Col Michael Robin Ogilvie Leigh[251]
  • 2009: The Hon. Gilbert Greenall CBE[252]
  • 2010: Elizabeth Jean Hunter of Ledbury [253]
  • 2011: Simon David Arbuthnott of Leominster [253]
  • 2012: Lieut.-Colonel Charles J G Thwaites of Pixley House, Pixley, Ledbury [254]
  • 2013: Robert S. D. Tabor of Llanrothal, Monmouth [255]

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