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List of High Sheriffs of Somerset

The Office of High Sheriff of Somerset, until 1974 called Sheriff of Somerset, is an ancient shrievalty which has been in existence for over one thousand years.[1]

On 1 April 1974, under the provisions of the Local Government Act 1972, the office of Sheriff of Somerset was retitled as High Sheriff of Somerset.[2]

The position of Sheriff was once a powerful one, the holders being responsible for collecting taxes and enforcing law and order in Somerset a county in South West England. In modern times the sheriff has become a ceremonial officer of the Crown, attending or presiding over many public events. Until 1567 the Sheriff of Somerset was also Sheriff of Dorset.[3]

In England, Wales, and Northern Ireland the high sheriff is theoretically the Sovereign's judicial representative in the county, while the Lord Lieutenant is the Sovereign's personal representative.[4] Their jurisdictions, the "shrieval counties", are no longer co-terminous with administrative areas, representing a mix between the ancient counties and more recent local authority areas. The post is unpaid, except for a small court attendance allowance, and the general expenses of the office are borne personally by the holder.[5] Eligibility for nomination and appointment of High Sheriffs is controlled by the Sheriffs Act of 1887.

Sheriffs of Somerset 11th century

Sheriffs of Somerset and Dorset

11th and 12th century

13th century

14th century

15th century

16th century

Sheriffs of Somerset

16th and 17th century

18th century

  • 1700: Francis Holles Newman[6]
  • 1701: William Helyar of East Coker[6] (son of William, HS 1660)
  • 1702: John Mogg [6]
  • 1703: Samuel Pitt[6]
  • 1704: Sir John Trevelyan, Bt of Nettlecombe[6]
  • 1705: Thomas Warre[6]
  • 1706: William Fraunceis[6]
  • 1707: Robert Smith[6]
  • 1708: Sir Thomas Wroth of Petherton Park[6]
  • 1709: Isaac Welman[6]
  • 1710: William Blackford[6]
  • 1711: Thomas Horner of Mells[6]
  • 1712: Harry Brydges[6]
  • 1713: William Strode[6]
  • 1714: John Trevillian[6]
  • 1715: Henry Walters[6]
  • 1716: Joseph Brown[6]
  • 1717: Thomas Archer[6]
  • 1718: Robert Everard[6]
  • 1720: Jepp Clarke[6]
  • 1721: William Applin[6]
  • 1721: Henry Strode[6]
  • 1722: Richard Comes[6]
  • 1723: Walter Robinson[6]
  • 1724: Christopher Baker[6]
  • 1724: John Gatchell[6]
  • 1724: Andrew Moore[6]
  • 1726: David Yea[6]
  • 1726: Edward Dyke[6]
  • 1726: Edward Dyke (the younger)[6]
  • 1727: Richard Champneys[6]
  • 1728: Gregory Gardiner[6]
  • 1729: John Pigott[6] (died in office March 1730)
  • 1730: William Fraunceis[6]
  • 1731: John Proctor[6]
  • 1732: John Smyth[6]
  • 1733: William Provis[6]
  • 1734: Thomas Welman[6]
  • 1734: John Bricklade[6]
  • 1734: Joseph Langton[6]
  • 1735: Orlando Johnson[6]
  • 1736: John Periam[6]
  • 1737: James Chaffey Cowper[6]
  • 1738: John Smith[6]
  • 1739: John Bricklade[6]
  • 1740: John Freke Brickdale[6]
  • 1740: John Provis[6]
  • 1741: William Madox[6]
  • 1741: Edward Hallett[6]
  • 1741: Sir William Pynsent, Bt of Burton, Curry Rivell[6]
  • 1742: John Smith[6]
  • 1743: James Smyth, of St. Audries,[38]
  • 1743: William Sanford of Nynehead Court[6]
  • 1744: Edward Clarke[6]
  • 1745: Francis Newman[6]
  • 1746: John Halliday of Yard House, Taunton [6]
  • 1747: Thomas Coles[6]
  • 1748: James Jeanes[6]
  • 1749: Matthew Spencer[6]
  • 1750: Henry William Portman[6]
  • 1751: Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, Bt of Killerton [39]
  • 1752: John Harding [40]
  • 1752: John Harding[6]
  • 1753: John Macie[6]
  • 1754: Henry Fownes Luttrell[6]
  • 1755: Roger Lyde[6]
  • 1756: James Perry[6]
  • 1757: John Collins[6]
  • 1758: Philip Stevens[6]
  • 1759: Henry Powell[6]
  • 1760: Sir William Yea, 1st Baronet of Pyrling, Taunton [6]
  • 1761: John Adams[6]
  • 1762: Thomas Gunston[6]
  • 1763: Samuel Dodington[6]
  • 1764: William Helyar[6]
  • 1765: Robert Paris Taylor of Burcott[6]
  • 1766: James Tooker[6]
  • 1767: William Provis, of Shepton Mallet[41][6]
  • 1768: John Helliar[6]
  • 1769: William Rodbard of Evercreech[6]
  • 1770: Nathaniel Webb[6]
  • 1771: Thomas Coward[6]
  • 1772: Henry Rodbard[6]
  • 1773: John Hugh Smyth[6]
  • 1774; John Old Goodford[6]
  • 1775: Thomas Champneys 1st Bt.[6]
  • 1776: Thomas Wilkins Morgan[6]
  • 1777: Sir John Trevelyan, Bt of Nettlecombe[6]
  • 1778: Thomas Horner[6]
  • 1779: Samuel Baker[6]
  • 1780: Edward Elton, of Winford Manor, Bristol [6]
  • 1781: John Ford[6]
  • 1782: James Ireland[6]
  • 1783: Peter Sherston[6]
  • 1784: Andrew Guy[6]
  • 1785: Richard Cross (? Crosse) of Broomfield [42]
  • 1786: James Stephens of Camerton [43]
  • 1787: Nathaniel Dalton of Shanks House [44]
  • 1788: Sir John Lethbridge, Bt of Sandhill Park, Taunton[6]
  • 1789: Henry Hippisley Coxe of Downside [6][45]
  • 1790: John Stephenson[6]
  • 1791: Abraham Elton of Whitestanton [46]
  • 1792: Thomas Samuel Jolliffe of Trotton Place, Sussex[6]
  • 1793: Samuel Bailward[6]
  • 1794: Charles Knatchbull[6]
  • 1795: Edward Lyne[6]
  • 1796: John Tyndale Warre[6]
  • 1797: Samuel Day[6]
  • 1798: Samuel Rodbard[6]
  • 1798: John Hurle of Brislington Hill House
  • 1799: James Bennett[6]

19th century

20th century

  • 1900: Robert Neville-Grenville of Butleigh Court, Butleigh [134]
  • 1901: William Robert Phelips, of Montacute House, Montacute[135]
  • 1902: Edwin Brooke Cely Trevilian, of Midelney Manor, Curry Rivell, Taunton[136]
  • 1903: Frederick Spencer[6]
  • 1904: Henry Hales Pleydell-Bouverie[6]
  • 1905: William Henry Wills[6]
  • 1906: Francis James Fry[6]
  • 1907: Richard John Baynton Hippisley[6]
  • 1908: Colonel Edward Charles Ayshford Sanford of Chipley Park [137]
  • 1909: Arthur Fownes Somerville, of Dinder, Wells [138]
  • 1910: Henry Herbert Wills, of Barley Wood, Wrington, Bristol [139]
  • 1911: Sir Charles Chadwyck-Healey, Bt
  • 1912: William Bucknell Broadmead[6]
  • 1913: Henry William Paget Hoskins[6]
  • 1914: Joseph Cooke Hurle[6]
  • 1915: Gerard Marthin Berkeley Napier[6]
  • 1916: Francis Henry Cheetham[6]
  • 1917: Gerard Stuart Lysaght[6]
  • 1918: Henry Thomas Daniel[6]
  • 1918: Arthur Vaughan Hanning Vaugahn-Lee[6]
  • 1920: Henry Matthew Ridley[6]
  • 1921: Arthur Capel[6]
  • 1922: Roger Marriott Dodington[6]
  • 1923: Sir Dennis Fortescue Boles, Bt.[140]
  • 1824: Arthur Campbell Duckworth[6]
  • 1925: Maurice Fearing Cely-Trevillian[6]
  • 1926: Frank Beauchamp[6]
  • 1927: Walter Hanning-Speke[6]
  • 1928: Sir William Mason, Bt[141]
  • 1929: Harold Hamilton Broadmead[6]
  • 1930: Huntley Gordon Spencer[6]
  • 1931: William Oliver Evelyn Meade-King[6]
  • 1932: Reginald arthur Hobhouse[6]
  • 1933: William Hartley Maud[6]
  • 1934: Matthew Nathan[6]
  • 1935: Geoffrey Fownes Luttrell[6]
  • 1936: William Otter Gibbs [142]
  • 1937: James Archibald Garton[6]
  • 1938: Archibald Lawrence Langman[6]
  • 1939: Frederick Henry Berryman[6]
  • 1940: Arthur Hamilton Yatman[6]
  • 1941: Edward Phillip Thursfield[6]
  • 1942: Charles Edward Burnell[6]
  • 1943; Arthur Westall Vivian-Neal[6]
  • 1944: Frederick Willoughby Hancock[6]
  • 1945: Edmund Fletcher Rees-Mogg [143]
  • 1946: Walter Douglas Melville Wills[6]
  • 1947: Edmund Page[6]
  • 1948: Hubert Stanley Radcliffe[6]
  • 1949: Henry Cave Daniel[6]
  • 1950: Henry William Whitby Hoskins[6]
  • 1951: Sir Robert John Sinclair of Cleeve Court, near Bristol.[144]
  • 1952: Arthur John Capel[6]
  • 1953: Wilfrid Leighton[6]
  • 1954: Major Walter Frank Quantock Shuldham, of East Stoke House, Stoke-under-Ham.[145]
  • 1955: Major General Roger Evans[6]
  • 1956: John Kenric La Touche Mardon[6]
  • 1957: John Goodenough Newton[6]
  • 1958: Wilfred Anson[6]
  • 1959: Nicholas Brabazon Clive-Ponsonby-Fane[6]
  • 1960: Sir Walter Luttrell[6]
  • 1961: Richard Cely-Trevilian[6]
  • 1962: Gilbert Poole[6]
  • 1963: Cecil Mitford-Slade[6]
  • 1964: Richard Hill[6]
  • 1965: Marshal of the RAF Sir John Slessor[6]
  • 1966: Sir Edward Malet[6]
  • 1967: Sir Ian Lyle[6]
  • 1968: Sir John Wills[6]
  • 1969: Hugh Webb Faulkner[6]
  • 1969: William Quincy Roberts[6]
  • 1970: John Anthony Clark[6]
  • 1971: Henry William Furse Hoskyns[6]
  • 1972: Colin John Clifford Trotter[6]
  • 1973: Gerald Hignett[6]

High Sheriff of Somerset

20th century

  • 1974: David Tudway-Quilter[6]
  • 1975: Matthew Waley-Cohen[6]
  • 1976: John Stephen Lloyd of Langford Budville[6]
  • 1977: Patrick Henry Daniel[6]
  • 1978: William Rees-Mogg [146]
  • 1979: William Kenneth Bingham Crawford[6]
  • 1980: John A. Lindley[6]
  • 1981: Arthur John Greswell[6]
  • 1982: Peter Gerald Hanning Speke of Rowlands, Ilminster [147]
  • 1983: Charles John de Salis[6]
  • 1984: Charles Edward Brabazon Clive-Ponsonby-Fane[148]
  • 1985: John Samuel Byard White[149]
  • 1986: Ewan James Hanning Cameron of Whitelackington Manor, Ilminster.[150]
  • 1987: Michael James F. Carter [151]
  • 1988: William Alexander Charles Theed of Combe Sydenham Hall, Taunton[152]
  • 1989: Ralph William Vivian-Neal of Poundisford Park, Poundisford, Taunton [153]
  • 1990: Malcolm Henry Alistair Fraser
  • 1991: Ian Crawford MacDonald
  • 1992: William Sanford
  • 1993: John Hedworth Jolliffe
  • 1994: Elizabeth Gass, Lady Gass
  • 1995: Roy Scrymgeour Graham Hewett
  • 1996: Christopher Phillip Thomas-Everard
  • 1997: Richard Stanton Roy Sheldon
  • 1998: Micaela Elizabeth Benedicta Beckett
  • 1999: Thomas Andrew Heath Yandle

21st century

  • 2000: Angela Betty Yeoman
  • 2001: Thomas Hugh Ruscombe Poole
  • 2002: Robert Ian Hoddell
  • 2003: Brian Michael Tanner
  • 2004: Sandy Evans
  • 2005: Fiona Densham
  • 2006: Alastair Ian Hayward Fyfe[154]
  • 2007: David John Medlock[155]
  • 2008: Anne Caroline Maw of Pilton[156]
  • 2009: John Alvis of Winford[157][158]
  • 2010: Pat A Hunt of Taunton[159][160]
  • 2011: John Cullum of Bath[1]
  • 2012: Sylvana Margery Glazebrook Chandler of Williton[1]
  • 2013: Maureen E Whitmore of Butcombe[161]
  • 2014: Richard D A Lloyd of Langford Budville, Wellington[161]

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