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List of Sheriffs of London

This is a list of Sheriffs of the City of London. From c. 1131–1889, by a charter of Henry I, the livery of the City of London were given the right to elect two sheriffs of "London and Middlesex" on a payment of £300 per annum to the Crown. This continued until 1889, when the Local Government Act 1888 came into force. A separate High Sheriff of Middlesex and High Sheriff of the County of London was thereafter appointed in the same manner as other English and Welsh counties.

Since 1385 when the Court of Common Council stipulated that every future Lord Mayor should "have previously been Sheriff so that he may be tried as to his governance and bounty before he attains to the Estate of Mayor", the shrieval year of an Aldermanic Sheriff is an obligatory trial run for would-be Lord Mayors of London.

In modern times the two Sheriffs are elected on Midsummer's Day every year in Guildhall by the City livery companies. Their duties include attending the Lord Mayor in carrying out his official duties, attending the sessions at the Central Criminal Court in the Old Bailey and presenting petitions from the City to Parliament at the Bar[1] of the House of Commons.

Sheriffs of London

Sheriffs of London before the 12th century:[2]

  • Wolgarius
  • Geffrey de Magnum
  • Hugh Bock
  • William de Eynesford
  • 1125–1141 Abericus de Vere (killed May 1141)
  • Gilbert Beck, Peter Fitz-Walter
  • John Fitz-Negelly, Ernulph Buchel

12th century

Sheriffs of London in the 12th century:

  • 1128 Fulcred Fitz Walter
  • 1130 Four sheriffs
  • 1134–1141 Osbert Huitdeniers
  • 1142 Geoffrey de Mandeville
  • 1154 Four Sheriffs
  • 1155 Gervase de Cornhill[3] and John
  • 1156 Gervase de Cornhill[3] and John the son of Radulph
  • 1157 Gervase de Cornhill[3]
  • 1158 Remiencus, son of Berigarii
  • 1159
  • 1160 John, son of Radulph
  • 1160–1161 Gervase de Cornhill[4]
  • 1161 Erisaldus Sutarius and Vital clericus
  • 1162–1168 Remiencus, son of Berigarii and William, son of Isabel
  • 1169 Johm Bievinitte and Baldwin clericus
  • 1170–1173 Rad Orificus and Rad Vinter
  • 1174–1176 Bricknerus de Haverhill and Peter, son of Walter
  • 1177 William , son of Isabel
  • 1178 Waleran and John, son of Nigel
  • 1179 William, son of Isabel and Arnolphus Buxell
  • 1180–1182 William and Reginald le Vielle
  • 1183–1188 William, son of Isabel
  • 1188 Henry de Cornhill (son of Gervase, HS 1155), Richard Reyner
  • 1189 John Herlisum, Roger le Duc
  • 1190 William de Havylle, John Bokoynte
  • 1191 Nichole Duket, Peres Nevlum
  • 1192 Roger le Duc, Roger fil. Alani
  • 1193 William fil Isabel, William fil. Aluf
  • 1194 Robert Besant, Jukel Alderman
  • 1195 Godard de Antioche, Ro. fil. Durant
  • 1196 Robert Blundul, Nichole Duket
  • 1197 Constantine fil. Aluf (hanged 1222), Rob. de Bel
  • 1198 Arnaud fil. Aluf. Rich. fil. Barthelmi
  • 1199 Roger de Desert, Jacob Alderman

13th century

Sheriffs of London in the 13th century:

  • 1200 Simon de Aldermanbir, William fil. Aliz
  • 1201 Norman le Blunt, John de Kai
  • 1202 Walter le Brun, William Chaumberleyn
  • 1203 Thomas de Haville, Hamund Brand.
  • 1204 John Waleran, Richard de Wincestrie
  • 1205 John Elylond, Edmund de la Halle
  • 1206 Serle Mercier, Henry de Sent Auban
  • 1207 Robert de Wincestre, William Hardell
  • 1208 Thomas fil. Neel, Peres le Duc (Peter Duke, son of Roger, HS 1189)
  • 1209 Peres le Juneen, William Wite
  • 1210 Stephen Crassul (le Gros), Adam Whiteby
  • 1211 Goce fil. Peres, John Gerlande
  • 1212 Constantine Unienis (le Juvene), Ralph Elyland
  • 1213 Martin fil. Aliz, Peter Bat.
  • 1214 Salomon de Basing, Hugo de Basing
  • 1215 Andrew Nevelun, John Travers
  • 1216 Benet le Seynter, William Blundus
  • 1217 Ralph Elyland, Thomas Bokerel
  • 1218 Goce le Pesur, John Viel
  • 1219 John Viel, Richard de Wimbeldon
  • 1220 Richard Renger, Goce Juniens
  • 1221 Richard Renger, Thomas Lambert
  • 1222 Thomas Lambert, William Joyner
  • 1223 John Travers, Andrew Bokerel
  • 1224 Andrew Bokerel, John Travers
  • 1225 Roger le Duc, Martyn fil. William
  • 1226 Martyn fil. William, Roger le Duc (Roger Duke, son of Peter, HS 1208)
  • 1227 Henry de Cochin, Stephen Bokerel
  • 1228 Stephen Bokerel, Henry de Cochin
  • 1229 Robert fil. John, Walter de Wencestre
  • 1230 John de Woburne, Rich. fil. Walter
  • 1231 Walter de Busle, Mich.de Seynt Heleyne
  • 1232 Henry Edelmonton, Gerard Bat
  • 1233 Roger Blundus, Simon fil. Marie
  • 1234 Radulph Eswy, John Norman
  • 1235 Gerard Bat, Robert Hardel
  • 1236 Henry de Cochin, Jurdan de Coventre
  • 1237 John de Walbroc, Gervase Chaumberleyne
  • 1238 John de Wilehale, John de Coudres
  • 1239 Reiner de Bungeye, Radulph Aswy
  • 1240 Michel Tovy, John de Gysors
  • 1241 John Viel the younger, Thomas Dureme
  • 1242 Ralph Eswy, Robert fil. John
  • 1243 Adam de Gyseburne, Hugo Blundul
  • 1244 Nicholas Bat, Radulph de Arcubus (Ralph de Bow)
  • 1245 Nicholas Bat replaced by Robert de Cornhull, Adam de Benetleye
  • 1246 Simon fil. Marie, Laurence de Frowick
  • 1247 William Viel, Nichole Bat
  • 1248 Nicholas fil. Jocei, Galfred de Wincestre
  • 1249 John Tolesan, Radulph Hardel
  • 1250 Humfrey le Fevre, William fil. Richard
  • 1251 Nichole Bat, Laurence de Frowik
  • 1252 William de Dureme, Thomas de Winburne
  • 1253 Richard Picard, John de Norhamton
  • 1254 William Eswy,Robert de Linton both replaced by Stephen de Oystergate and Henry Walerund
  • 1255 Mathias Bokerel, John le Minur
  • 1256 William Eswy, Richard Ewelle
  • 1257 Thomas fil. Thomas, Robert de Catelonie (died in office), replaced by Mathew Bukerel then William Grapefige
  • 1258 John Adrian, Robert de Cornhull
  • 1259 Adam Browning, Henry de Coventre
  • 1260 Richard Picard, John de Northamton
  • 1261 Philip le Tailleur, Richard de Walebroc
  • 1262 Osbert de Suffolchia (Suffolk), Robert de Munpeylers (Montpellier)
  • 1263 Gregory de Rokesle, Thomas de Forde
  • 1264 Edward Blund, Peter Fitz Aunger
  • 1265 Gregory de Rokesle, Simon Hadestok
  • 1266 John Adryan, Luke Badencourt replaced by Roger Marshal and Robert de Lintone
  • 1267 William de Durham, Walter Henry
  • 1269 Thomas Basynge, Robert de Cornehyll replaced by Philip Taylour and Walter Porter
  • 1269 Walter Porter, Philip Taylour
  • 1270 Gregory de Rokesley, Henry le Walleis
  • 1271 Rychard Parys, John Bedyll
  • 1272 Johan Horne, Walter Porter (2nd term)
  • 1273 Nicholas Wynchester, Henry Coventre
  • 1274 Lucas Patincourt, Henry Frowyke
  • 1275 Johan Horne, Rauffe Blount
  • 1276 Robert Bracey, Rauffe Fenour
  • 1277 Johan Adryan, Walter Langley
  • 1278 Robert Basyng, Wyllyam Mazarer
  • 1279 Thomas Fox, Rauffe de la More
  • 1280 Wylliam Faryngdon, Nicholas Wynchester
  • 1281 Wyll. Mazarer, Richard Chigwell
  • 1282 Rauffe Blunt, Ankeryn Betavill
  • 1283 Jordan Goodchepe, Martyn Box
  • 1284 Stephen Cornehyll, Robert Rokesley
  • 1285 Walter Blount, John Wade
  • 1286 Thomas Crosse, Willyam Hawteyn
  • 1287 Wyllyam Hereford, Thomas Stanys
  • 1288 Wylliam Betayn, Johan of Canterbury
  • 1289 Fulke of St. Edmunde, Saloman Langforde
  • 1290 Thomas Romayn, Wylliam de Lyre
  • 1291 Rauffe Blount, Hamonde Boxe
  • 1292 Henry Bale, Elyas Russell
  • 1293 Robert Rokesley (the younger), Martyn Awbry
  • 1294 Henry Boxe, Richarde Gloucester
  • 1295 Johan Dunstable, Adam de Halyngbery
  • 1296 Thomas Suffolk, Adam de Fulham
  • 1297 Richard Refham , Thomas Sely
  • 1298 John Armenter and Henry Fingrith
  • 1299 Lucas de Havering, Richard Champneys
  • 1270 William Haddystoke, Anketyll de Alverne
  • 1299 John de Stordforde, William de Stortforde

14th century

Sheriffs of London in the 14th century:

  • 1300 Robert Caller, Peter Bosham
  • 1301 Hugh Pourt, Simon Parys
  • 1302 William Combmartyn, John de Burfforde
  • 1303 Roger Parys, John Lyncoln
  • 1304 Reginald Doderell, William Canfyn
  • 1305 Symon Bolet, Godfrey de la Conduyt
  • 1307 Nicholas Pygotte, Nygell Drury
  • 1308 Wyllyam Basynge, John Butler
  • 1309 James of St. Edmunde, Roger Palmer
  • 1310 Simon Cooper, Peter Blacknay
  • 1311 Simon Merwode, Rychard Wylforde
  • 1312 John Lambyn, Adam Lutekyn
  • 1313 Adam Burden, Hugh Gayton
  • 1314 Stephen of Abyngdone, Hamo de Chigwell
  • 1315 Hamonde Goodchepe, William Redynge
  • 1316 Wyllyam Caston, Rauffe Palmer
  • 1317 John Pryoure, Wylliam Furneux
  • 1318 John Pulteney, John Dallynge
  • 1319 Symon Abyngdon, John Preston
  • 1320 Reynolde at Conduit, William Prodham
  • 1321 Rychard Constantyne, Richard Hackeney
  • 1322 John Grantham, Rycharde of Ely
  • 1323 Adam Salisbury, John of Oxenford
  • 1324 Benet of Fulham, John Causton
  • 1325 Gylbert Moordon, John Cotton
  • 1326 Richard Rothing, Roger Chauntcler
  • 1327 Henry Darcey, John Hawteyne
  • 1328 Symon Fraunces, Henry Combmartyne
  • 1329 Rychard Lazar, Henry Gysors
  • 1330 Robert of Ely, Thomas Harwode
  • 1331 Johan Mockynge, Andrew Aubrey
  • 1332 Nicholas Pyke, Johan Husband
  • 1333 Johan Hamonde, Wylliam Hansarde
  • 1334 Johan Kyngston, Walter Turke
  • 1335 Walter Mordon, Richard Upton
  • 1336 Wyllyam Brykelsworth, In. Northall
  • 1336 John Clarke and William Curteis
  • 1337 Walter Neale, Nicholas Crane
  • 1338 Wylliam Pountfreyt, Hugh Marbre
  • 1339 Wylliam Thorney, Roger Forsham
  • 1340 Adam Lucas, Bartholomewe Morris
  • 1341 Richard Barkinge, John Rockyslec
  • 1342 John Lovekyn, Richard Killingbury
  • 1343 John Stewarde, John Aleysham
  • 1344 Geoffrey de Wichingham, Thomas Legge
  • 1345 Edmond Hempnall, John Glouceter
  • 1346 John Croydon, William Clopton
  • 1347 Adam Bramson, Richard Basingstoke
  • 1348 Henry Picard, Symond Dolsely
  • 1349 Adam Bury, Rauffe Lynne
  • 1350 John Notte, Wyllyam Worcestre
  • 1351 John Wroth, Gylbert Steynthorpe
  • 1352 John Peache, Johan Stotley
  • 1353 John Wilde, Johan Lytell
  • 1354 William Notingham, Richard Smelt
  • 1355 Thomas Forster, Thomas Brandon
  • 1356 Richard Notingham, Thomas Dosell
  • 1357 Stephen Caundyshe, Bartholemew Frestelyng
  • 1358 John Bernes, John Buryn
  • 1359 Symond de Benyngton, John de Chychester
  • 1360 Johan Denys, Walter Borney
  • 1261 Wyllyam Holbech, James Tame
  • 1362 John of St. Albanes, Jacob. Andrew
  • 1363 Richard Croydon, Johan Hyltoste
  • 1364 Johan of Metforde, Symon de Mordon
  • 1365 John Bykylsworth, Johan Irelande
  • 1366 John Warde, Wyllyam Dykman
  • 1367 John Tergolde, William Dykman
  • 1368 Adam Wymbyngham, Robert Gyrdeler
  • 1369 Johan Pyell, Hugh Holdyche
  • 1370 William Walworth, Robert Gayton
  • 1371 Robert Hatfelde, Adam Staple
  • 1372 John Phylpott, Nicholas Brembre
  • 1373 John Awbry, John Fysshyde
  • 1374 Rycharde Lyons, Wylliam Wodhouse
  • 1375 Johan Hadley, Wylliam Newporte
  • 1376 Johan Northampton, Robert Launde
  • 1377 Andrew Pykman, Nicholas Twyforde
  • 1378 John Boseham, Thomas Cornwaleys
  • 1379 John Heylesson, Wylliam Baret
  • 1380 Walter Doket, Wylliam Knyghthode
  • 1381 John Rote, Johan Hynde
  • 1382 John Sely, Adam Bamme
  • 1383 Symond Winchcombe, John More
  • 1384 Nicholas Ereton, Johan Frensbe
  • 1385 John Organ, Johan Churchman
  • 1386 Wyllyam Stondon, Wyllyam More
  • 1387 Wyllyam Venour, Hughe Forstalfe
  • 1388 Thomas Austeyne, Adam Carllyll
  • 1389 Johan Walcot, Johan Loveney
  • 1390 Thomas Vynant, Johan Fraunces
  • 1391 Johan Chadworth, Henry Vaunere
  • 1392 Giibert Manfelde, Thomas Newyngtyn
  • 1393 Richard Whyttington, Drew Barentyne
  • 1394 Wyllyam Brampton, Thomas Knollys
  • 1395 Roger Ellys, Johan Sheryngham
  • 1396 Thomas Wylforde, Wylliam Parker
  • 1397 William Askham, Johan Wodecoke
  • 1398 Johan Wade, Johan Warner
  • 1399 William Walderne, William Hyde

15th century

Sheriffs of London in the 15th century:[5]

  • 1400 Wyllyam Wakele, William Eliot
  • 1401 Wylliam Venour, William Fremyngham
  • 1402 Richard Marlowe, Robert Chichele
  • 1403 Thomas Fawconer, Thomas Poll
  • 1404 William Lowste, Stephen Spylman
  • 1405 Henry Barton, William Crowner
  • 1406 Nycholas Wotton, Godfrey Brooke
  • 1407 Henry Pomfret, Henry Hatton
  • 1408 Thomas Duke, William Norton
  • 1409 John Lawe, William Chycheley
  • 1410 John Penne, Thomas Pyke
  • 1411 John Reynwell, William Cotton
  • 1412 Rauf Levenham, William Sevynok
  • 1413 John Sutton, John Michell
  • 1414 John Mychell, Thomas Aleyn
  • 1415 Aleyn Everard, Thomas Cambridge
  • 1416 Robert Whityngdon, John Coventre
  • 1417 Henry Rede, Johan Gedney
  • 1418 John Bryan, drowned and replaced by J. Parnasse, Rauf. Barton
  • 1419 Robert Whytingham, John Butler
  • 1420 Johan Boteler, William Welles
  • 1421 Richard Gosselyn, William Weston
  • 1422 William Estfelde, Robert Tatersale
  • 1423 Nycholas James, Thomas Wadeforde
  • 1424 Symon Seman, John Bywater
  • 1425 Wylliam Mylred, John Brokle
  • 1426 John Arnold, Johan Highman
  • 1427 Henry Frowick, Robert Otley
  • 1428 Thomas Duffhouse, Rauffe Holand
  • 1429 Johan Ruse, Rauffe Holand
  • 1430 Water Chertsey, Robert Large
  • 1431 Johan Hathyrlee, Stephen Browne
  • 1432 John Olney, Johan Paddysley
  • 1433 Thomas Chalton, Johan Lynge
  • 1434 Thomas Bernwell, Simond Eyer
  • 1435 Thomas Chatworth, Robert Clopton
  • 1436 Thomas Marsted, Wylliam Gregory
  • 1437 Wylliam Chapman, Wylliam Halys
  • 1438 Hugh Dyke, Nicholas Yeo
  • 1439 Robert Markhall, Phylyp Malpas
  • 1440 John Sutton, Wylliam Whettynhall
  • 1441 William Cumbys, Richard Ryche
  • 1442 Thomas Beaumont, Richard Nordon
  • 1443 Nycholas Wyfforde, Johan Norman
  • 1444 Stephyn Forster, Hugh Wyche
  • 1445 John Derby, Geoffrey Feldyng
  • 1446 Robert Horne, Geoffrey Boleyn
  • 1447 Wylliam Abraham, Thomas Scot
  • 1448 Wylliam Cantlow, Wylliam Marowe
  • 1449 Wylliam Hulyn, Thomas Canynges
  • 1450 John Mydylton, Wyllyam Dere
  • 1451 Mathew Phylyp, Christofer Marton
  • 1452 Richard Lee, Richarde Alley
  • 1453 Johan Walden, Thomas Cooke
  • 1454 Johan Felde, William Taillour
  • 1455 Johan Yonge, Thomas Oulgrave
  • 1456 Johan Steward, Raufe Verney
  • 1457 Wyllyam Edward, Thomas Reyner
  • 1458 Raufe Joselyn, Richard Nedeham
  • 1459 Johan Plummer, Wyllyam Stocker
  • 1460 — —,— —
  • 1461 Rychard Hemynge, Johan Lambarde
  • 1462 John Lok, George Irelande
  • 1463 William Hampton, Batylmew Jemys
  • 1464 Robert Basset, Thomas Muschamp
  • 1465 John Tate, Johan Stone
  • 1466 Sir Henry Wavyr, James Constantyne
  • 1467 Johan Brown, Henry Bryce, died and replaced by J. Stockton
  • 1468 Humffry Heyforde, Thomas Stalbroke
  • 1469 Wylliam Haryot, Symond de Smyth
  • 1470 Robert Drope, Richard Gardyner
  • 1471 John Crosby (later Sir John Crosby), John Warde
  • 1472 John Alleyn, John Shelley
  • 1473 John Browne, Thomas Bledlow
  • 1474 John Stoker, Robert Byllysdon
  • 1475 Edmund Shaa, Thomas Hylle
  • 1476 Hugh Bryce, Robert Colwych
  • 1477 Richard Rawson, William Horne
  • 1478 Johan Stocker, Henry Colet
  • 1479 Robert Hardynge, Robert Byfelde
  • 1480 Thomas Ilam, John Warde
  • 1481 William Danyell, William Bakon
  • 1482 Robert Tate, William Wyking, R. Chawry
  • 1483 William Whyte, John Mathewe
  • 1484 Thomas Norlond, William Martyn
  • 1485 Richard Chestir, Thomas Bretayn
  • 1486 Robert Tate, John Tate
  • 1487 Hugh Clopton, John Percyvall
  • 1488 Johan Fenkyll, John Remyngton
  • 1489 William Isaak, Rauf Tilny
  • 1490 William Capel, John Brooke
  • 1491 Henry Coote, Robert Revell, Hugh Pemberton
  • 1492 Thomas Wood, William Browne
  • 1493 William Purchase, William Walbek
  • 1494 Robert Fabyan, Johan Wyngar
  • 1495 Nycholas Alwyn, Johan Warner
  • 1496 Thomas Knesworth, Henry Somyr
  • 1497 John Shaa, Richard Haddon
  • 1498 Bartholomew Reed, Thomas Wyndowght
  • 1499 Thomas Bradbury, Stephen Jenyns

16th century

Sheriffs of London in the 16th century:[6]

  • 1500 James Wilforde, Rychard Brond
  • 1501 Johan Hawys, William Stede
  • 1502 Sir Laurence Aylemer, Henry Hede
  • 1503 Henry Keble, Nycholas Nynes
  • 1504 Christopher Hawys, Robert Wattes, Thomas Granger
  • 1505 Roger Achylly, William Browne
  • 1506 Richard Shore, Roger Grove
  • 1507 Wylliam Copynger, Thomas Johnston, William Fitzwilliam
  • 1508 William Butler, Johan Kirkby
  • 1509 Thomas Exmewe, Rychard Smyth
  • 1510 George Monoux, John Doget
  • 1511 John Milborne, John Rest
  • 1512 Nicholas Skelton, Thomas Mirfyn
  • 1513 Robert Aldarnes, Robert Fenrother
  • 1514 John Dawes, John Bridges, Roger Bafford
  • 1515 James Yarford, John Monday
  • 1516 Henry Warley, Richard Grey, William Bailey
  • 1517 Thomas Seimer, John Thurston
  • 1518 Thomas Baldrie, Raph Simondes
  • 1519 John Alleyn, James Spencer
  • 1520 John Wilkinson, Nicholas Patrich
  • 1521 Sir John Skevington, John Kyme
  • 1522 John Breton, Thomas Pargetor
  • 1523 John Rudstone, John Champneys
  • 1524 Michael English, Nicholas Jenyns
  • 1525 Ralph Dodmer, William Roc
  • 1526 John Caunton, Christopher Askew
  • 1527 Stephen Peacock, Nicholas Lambert
  • 1528 John Hardy, William Holles
  • 1529 Ralph Warren, John Long
  • 1530 Michael Dormer, Walter Champion
  • 1531 William Dauntsey, Richard Champion
  • 1532 Richard Gresham, Edward Altham
  • 1533 Richard Reynolds, Nicholas Pinchon, John Martin, John Priest
  • 1534 William Forman, Sir Thomas Kitson
  • 1535 Nicholas Leveson, William Denham
  • 1536 Humfrey Munmoth, John Cootes
  • 1537 Robert Paget, William Boyer
  • 1538 Sir John Gresham, Thomas Lewen
  • 1539 William Wilkinson, Nicholas Gibson
  • 1540 John Feiry, Thomas Huntlow
  • 1541 Sir William Laxton, Martin Bowes
  • 1542 Rowland Hill, Henry Suckley
  • 1543 Henry Habberthorne, Henry Amcotes
  • 1544 John Toleus, Richard Dobbes
  • 1545 John Wilford, Andrew Jude
  • 1546 George Barne II, Ralph Alley
  • 1547 Richard Jarveis, Thomas Curteis
  • 1548 Thomas White, Robert Charse
  • 1549 William Lok (grandson of John Lok, HS 1461), Sir John Ailife
  • 1550 Richard Turke, John Yorke
  • 1551 Augustine Hind, John Lyon
  • 1552 John Lamberd, John Cowper
  • 1553 William Gerard, John Maynard
  • 1554 Thomas Ofley, William Huet
  • 1555 David Woodroffe, William Chester
  • 1556 Thomas Leigh, John Machil
  • 1557 William Harpur, John White
  • 1558 Richard Malorie, James Altham
  • 1559 John Halse, Richard Champion
  • 1560 Thomas Lodge, Roger Martin
  • 1561 Christopher Draper, Thomas Row
  • 1562 Alexander Avenon, Humphrey Baskervile
  • 1563 William Alin, Richard Chamberlaine
  • 1564 Edward Bankes, Rowland Heyward
  • 1565 Edward Jakeman, Lionel Duckett
  • 1566 John Rivers, James Hawes
  • 1567 Richard Lambert, Ambrose Nicholas
  • 1568 Thomas Ramsey, William Bond
  • 1569 John Oleph, Robert Harding, James Bacon
  • 1570 Henry Becher, William Dane
  • 1571 Frances Barnham, William Box
  • 1572 Henry Miles, John Branch
  • 1573 Richard Pipe, Nicholas Woodroffe (son of David Woodroffe, HS 1554)
  • 1574 James Harvie, Thomas Pullyson
  • 1575 Thomas Blancke, Anthony Gamage
  • 1576 Edward Osborne, Wolstan Dixie
  • 1577 William Kimpton, George Barne
  • 1578 Nicholas Backhouse, Francis Bowyer
  • 1579 George Bond (brother of William Bond, HS 1567), Thomas Starkie
  • 1580 Martin Calthorp, John Hart
  • 1581 Ralph Woodcock, John Alate
  • 1582 Richard Martin, William Webbe
  • 1583 William Rowe, John Hayden
  • 1584 William Masham, John Spencer
  • 1585 Stephen Slaney, Henry Billingsley
  • 1586 Anthony Radclife, Henry Parnell
  • 1587 Robert House, William Elkin
  • 1588 Thomas Skinner, John Ketcher
  • 1589 Hugh Ofley, Richard Saltonstall
  • 1590 Richard Gurney, Stephen Soame
  • 1591 Nicholas Mosley, Robert Broke
  • 1592 William Ryder, Bennet Barnham (son of Francis, Sheriff 1571)
  • 1593 John Garrard, Robert Taylor
  • 1594 Paul Banning, Peter Hanton
  • 1595 Robert Lee, Thomas Bennett
  • 1596 Thomas Lowe, Leonard Holliday
  • 1597 John Watts, Richard Godard
  • 1598 Henry Rowe, John More
  • 1599 Edward Holmeden, Robert Hampson

17th century

Sheriffs of London in the 17th century:[6]

18th century

Sheriffs of London in the 18th century:[8]

  • 1700 Sir Charles Duncombe, Sir Jeffery Jefferies
  • 1700 Sir Robert Beachcroft, Sir Henry Furnese
  • 1701 Sir William Withers, Sir Peter Floyer (died in office), Sir James Bateman
  • 1702 Sir Robert Beddingfeld, Sir Samuel Garrard, 4th Baronet
  • 1703 Sir Gilbert Heathcote, Sir Joseph Woolfe
  • 1704 Sir J. Buckworth, Sir William Humphreys
  • 1705 Sir Charles Thorold, Sir Samuel Stanier
  • 1706 Sir William Benson, Sir Ambrose Crowley
  • 1707 Sir Benjamin Green, Sir Charles Peers
  • 1708 Sir Charles Hobson, Sir Richard Guy
  • 1709 Sir Richard Hoare, Sir Thomas Dunk
  • 1710 Sir Sir Francis Eyles
  • 1711 Sir John Cass, Sir William Stewart
  • 1712 Sir William Lewen of Ewell, Sir Samuel Clarke
  • 1713 Sir Francis Forbes, Sir Joshua Sharpe
  • 1714 Sir Robert Breedon, Sir Randolph Knipe
  • 1715 Sir John Ward, Sir John Fryer
  • 1716 Sir Gerard Conyers, Sir Charles Cooke
  • 1717 Sir Peter Delmé, Sir Harcourt Master
  • 1718 Sir John Bull, Sir Thomas Ambrose
  • 1719 Sir John Eyles, Sir John Tash
  • 1720 Sir George Caswall, Sir William Billers
  • 1721 Sir George Merttins, Sir Edward Beecher
  • 1722 Humphry Parsons, Sir Francis Child
  • 1723 Sir Richard Hopkins, Sir Felix Feast, Sir Edward Bellamy
  • 1724 Sir Robert Baylis, Sir Joseph Eyles
  • 1725 Sir Francis Porten, Sir Jeremiah Murden, Sir John Thompson
  • 1726 Sir John Lock, Sir William Ogbourn
  • 1727 Sir John Grosvenor, Sir Thomas Lombe
  • 1728 Sir Richard Brocas, Richard Levett
  • 1729 John Barber, Sir John Williams
  • 1730 John Fuller, Sir Isaac Shard
  • 1731 Samuel Russel, Thomas Pindar
  • 1732 Robert Alsop, Sir Henry Hankey
  • 1733 Rob. Westley, Daniel Lambert
  • 1734 Micajah Perry, Sir John Salter
  • 1735 Sir John Barnard, Sir Robert Godschall
  • 1736 Sir William Rous, Benjamin Rawlings
  • 1737 Sir George Champion, Thomas Russel (died in office and replaced by Sir Robert Kendal Carter)
  • 1738 James Brooke, William Westbrooke
  • 1739 George Heathcote, Sir John Lequesne
  • 1740 Henry Marshall, Richard Hoare
  • 1741 Robert Willimot, William Smith
  • 1742 William Benn, Charles Eggleton
  • 1743 Sir Robert Ladbroke, Sir William Calvert
  • 1744 Walter Bernard, Sir Samuel Pennant
  • 1745 John Blachford, Francis Cokayne
  • 1746 Thomas Winterbottom, Robert Alsop
  • 1747 Sir Crisp Gascoyne, Edward Davies
  • 1748 Edward Ironside, Thomas Rawlinson
  • 1749 W. Whitaker, Sir Stephen Theodore Janssen, 4th Baronet
  • 1750 William Alexander, Robert Scott
  • 1751 Slingsby Bethell, Marshe Dickinson
  • 1752 Sir Charles Asgill, Sir Richard Glyn
  • 1753 Sir Thomas Chitty, Sir Matthew Blakiston
  • 1754 Sir Samuel Fludyer, Sir John Torriano
  • 1755 William Beckford, Ive Whitbread
  • 1756 William Bridgen, William Stephenson
  • 1757 George Nelson, Francis Gosling
  • 1758 Alexander Master, James Dandridge
  • 1759 George Errington, Paul Vaillant
  • 1760 Sir Robert Kite, Sir William Hart
  • 1761 Sir Nathaniel Nash, Sir John Cartwright
  • 1762 Sir Thomas Challenor, Sir Henry Bankes
  • 1763 Hon. Thomas Harley, Richard Blunt, Samuel Turner
  • 1764 Sir Thomas Harris, Brass Crosby
  • 1765 Brackley Kennett, Benjamin Charlwood, Barlow Trecothick
  • 1766 Sir Robert Darling, Sir James Esdaile
  • 1767 Richard Peers, William Nash
  • 1768 Thomas Hallifax, John Shakespear
  • 1769 James Townsend, John Sawbridge
  • 1770 William Baker, Joseph Martin
  • 1771 John Wilkes, Frederick Bull
  • 1772 Richard Oliver, Sir Watkin Lewes
  • 1773 Stephen Sayre, Sir William Plomer (resigned and replaced by William Lee)
  • 1774 Sir William Plomer, John Hart
  • 1775 [9]
  • 1776 Samuel Plumbe, Nathaniel Thomas [9]
  • 1777 Richard Clark. Robert Peckham [9]
  • 1778 John Burnell, Henry Kitchen [9]
  • 1779 Thomas Wright, Evan Pugh [9]
  • 1780 Thomas Sainsbury,[10] William Crichton [9]
  • 1781 William Gill, William Nicholson [9]
  • 1782 Sir Robert Taylor,[11] Benjamin Cole
  • 1783 Sir Barnard Turner (died in office 1784),[12] William Pickitt, Thomas Skinner [9]
  • 1784 John Boydell, John Hopkins, John Bates [9]
  • 1785 Sir James Sanderson, Kt later Sir James Sanderson, 1st Baronet,[13] Brook Watson
  • 1786 Paul le Mesurier,[14] Charles Higgins [9]
  • 1787 James Fenn, Matthew Bloxham [9]
  • 1788 William Curtis ,[15] Sir Benjamin Hammett of Taunton, Somerset,[16] John Newman [17]
  • 1789 William Newman, Thomas Baker [9]
  • 1790 Sir Richard Carr Glyn, later [9]
  • 1791 John William Anderson, Harvey Christian Combe [19]
  • 1792 Alexander Brander, Sir Benjamin Tibbs, Kt [9]
  • 1793 Peter Perchard, Charles Hammerton [9]
  • 1794 Sir John Eamer, Sir Robert Burnett [9]
  • 1795 Sir Richard Glode, John Liptrap [9]
  • 1796 Sir Stephen Langston, Sir William Staines [9]
  • 1797 Sir William Herne, Robert Williams [9]
  • 1798 William Champion, Peter Mellish, Sir Charles Price [9]
  • 1799 Charles Flower ,[20] John Blackwall [9]

19th century

Sheriffs of the City of London

19th century

20th century

21st century

Notes

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  7. ^ Complete baronetage,
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  54. ^ "Old Bailey Proceedings, 10th January 1911.". Retrieved 2012-08-12. 
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  57. ^ a b The London Gazette: no. 28854. p. 5963. 31 July 1914. Retrieved 2011-06-29.
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  59. ^ a b "The New City Sheriffs".  
  60. ^ The Edinburgh Gazette: no. 13106. p. 1216. 22 June 1917. Retrieved 2012-08-24.
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  62. ^ "New City of London Sheriffs".  
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  64. ^ "Election Of Sheriffs. Ancient Ceremony In The City".  
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  66. ^ "New City Sheriffs".  
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  68. ^ "The City Sheriffs. Installation Ceremony".  
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  70. ^ "New City Sheriffs. Admission Ceremony at Guildhall".  
  71. ^ "City Sheriffs. Mr. Davenport and Mr. Green elected".  
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  77. ^ "London Sheriffs Mr. Jacobs And Mr. Joseph Elected".  
  78. ^ "New City Sheriff. Election Of Sir George Broadbridge".  
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  81. ^ "The sheriff's chain and badge. Gifts To Colonel Waldron".  
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  83. ^ "Sheriffs Of London. Yesterday's Election".  
  84. ^ "City Sheriffs-Elect".  
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  87. ^ "Deaths".  
  88. ^ "New City Sheriff".  
  89. ^ "Livery At Guildhall. Once Again Election Of Sheriffs".  
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  106. ^ "Position of mace in royal presence. Further evidence put forward".  
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  108. ^ "City Sheriffs Chosen".  
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  115. ^ "Hill, Douglas Rowland Holdsworth".  
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References

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  • Beaven, Alfred P. (1908 (notes)). "Notes on the aldermen, 1701-1838". The Aldermen of the City of London: Temp. Henry III - 1912. British History Online. pp. 195–211. 
  • Beaven, Alfred P. (1908 (court)). "The court of aldermen in 1912". The Aldermen of the City of London: Temp. Henry III - 1912. p. 157. 
  • Fox-Davies, Arthur Charles (1905). Armorial families: a directory of gentlemen of coat-armour 2. Edinburgh: T.C. & E.C. Jack. 
  • Fuller, Thomas (1840). Nuttall, P. Austin, ed. The history of the worthies of England 2. T. Tegg. 
  • Noorthouck, John (1773). "Addenda: The Mayors and Sheriffs of London (to 1773)". A New History of London: Including Westminster and Southwark. pp. 889–893. 
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External links

  • Mayors and Sheriffs of London, 1273-1602
  • The Aldermen of the City of London, vol. II by Rev Beaven
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