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High Sheriff of Northumberland

 

High Sheriff of Northumberland

This is a list of the High Sheriffs of the English county of Northumberland. The High 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.


Contents

  • 11th century 1
  • 12th century 2
  • 13th century 3
  • 14th century 4
  • 15th century 5
  • 16th century 6
  • 17th century 7
  • 18th century 8
  • 19th century 9
  • 20th century 10
  • 21st century 11
  • References 12

11th century

  • 1076–1080 Gilebert
  • 1085–1095 Morel

12th century

  • 1107–1118 Joint Ligulf and Aluric
  • 1119–1132 Odard[1]
  • 1133–1150 Adam son of Odard
  • 1154 Odard
  • 1155–1170 William de Vesci, Lord of Alnwick
  • 1171–1184 Roger de Stuteville
  • 1185–1188 Roger de Glanville
  • 1189 William de Stuteville
  • 1190 William Stuteville and Reginald Basset
  • 1191–1193 William de Stuteville
  • 1194–1199 Hugh Bardulf[2]

13th century

  • 1200 William Stuteville and John Laleman
  • 1201–1203 Robert son of Roger and Radulph de Furnell
  • 1204
  • 1205
  • 1206 Robert son of Roger and Robert of Kent
  • 1207 Robert son of Roger and And. de Corvo
  • 1208 Robert son of Roger and Thomas Haltem
  • 1209–1213 Robert son of Roger and William de Blunvill
  • 1214 Almericus, Archdeacon of Durham and Philip Ulcote
  • 1215 Philip Ulecote and William de Stratton
  • 1216–1219 Philip de Ulcote of Matfen[3]
  • 1220–1221 Robert de Wirceser
  • 1222 William Brewer and Roger Langford
  • 1223 William Brewer jnr and Thomas de Tetleburn[4]
  • 1224–1226 John, son of Robert Clavering and William Coniers
  • 1227 John , son of Robert Clavering
  • 1228–1230 Brian son of Alan and Hugh de Magdeby
  • 1231–1234 Brian son of Alan and John de Mersley
  • 1235 Richard
  • 1236–1242 Hugh de Bolebet and Alan de Kirkby
  • 1243–1245 Hugh de Bolebet and Robert de Camboe
  • 1246–1256 Sir William Heron.[5]
  • 1257–1258 John de Plesset
  • 1259–1260 Thomas son of Michael
  • 1261 Adam de Gesenor and Hugh of Hereford
  • 1262–1266 Adam de Cresenor and John de Lichegreynes
  • 1267–1268 Wischardus de Charny
  • 1269–1271 Richard de Charny
  • 1272–1274 Robert de Hampton
  • 1275–1277 John de Lichegreynes
  • 1278–1279 Walter de Cannblion
  • 1280–1287 Thomas de Dyneleston
  • 1288–1292 Richard Knoul
  • 1293–1295 Hugh Gobium
  • 1296 John de Kirkby
  • August 1296 – August 1299 Robert de Balliol[6]
  • 1299–1300 Roger Mynot
  • 1235: Richard de Gray
  • 1211 William Brewer[4]
  • 1212–1214 William Brewer[4]

14th century

  • 1301: John de Camboe
  • 1302–1303: Lucas Talboys
  • 1304–1307: John de Creppinge and John de Sheffield
  • 1307: Robert de Fawdon
  • 1308: Sir Guischard de Charron
  • 1309–1310: John de Kenton
  • 1311–1313: William de Felton of Matfen and John de Kenton[3]
  • 1314: Sir William de Ridell[7]
  • 1327: John de Lisle and John de Fenwick
  • 1328–1332: John de Littlebourne
  • 1233:
  • 1334: Roger Mauduit
  • 1335–1337: Robert Darreins
  • 1338–1343: Sir William Felton of Matfen[3]
  • 1344–1345: Robert Bertram and Robert de Fenwicke
  • 1346–1347: Robert Reyms
  • 1348–1349: John Clifford
  • 1350:
  • 1351–1353: John de Coupland
  • 1354:
  • 1355–1356:Henry de Percy, 3rd Baron Percy
  • 1357–1358: Alan de Strother
  • 1359–1360: Henry de Strother
  • 1361: John Heron
  • 1362: Roger de Widrington
  • 1363: Richard de Horseley
  • 1364–1368: Henry de Strother
  • 1369–1371: Richard de Horseley
  • 1372: Robert Umfravill
  • 1373: Sir Thomas Surtees of Low Dinsdale Manor[8]
  • 1374: John Fenwicke
  • 1375: Bertram Montboucher
  • 1376: Thomas de Ilderton
  • 1377: Robert Umfravil
  • 1377: Bertram Montboucher
  • 25 November 1378: Sir Thomas Surtees, of Low Dinsdale Manor[8]
  • 14 July 1379: Alexander Surtees, of Low Dinsdale[8]
  • 5 November 1379: Sir Bertram Montboucher
  • 6 December 1381: Adomar de Atholl
  • 3 November 1382: Robert de Clifford
  • 1 December 1383: John Heron
  • 11 November 1384: Henry Percy, 1st Earl of Northumberland
  • 3 January 1387: Sir Bertram Montboucher
  • 20 August 1388: Bertram Montboucher
  • 1 December 1388: Sir Thomas Umfraville
  • 15 November 1389: Sir Ralph Eure
  • 7 November 1390: Sir John Felton
  • 28 November 1391: Henry Percy, 1st Earl of Northumberland
  • 3 November 1397: Sir Ralph Eure
  • 10 November 1399: Sir John Fenwick
  • 30 September 1399: Henry Percy

15th century

  • 1400: Ger. Heron and Robert Umfravill
  • 1401: John Milford (Mitford?)
  • 1402: John Clavering
  • 1403:
  • 1404: Robert Umfravill
  • 1405: Sir Thomas Rokeby
  • 1405: Robert Lisle
  • 1406: Robert Herbotell
  • 1407: Thomas Grey
  • 1408: Robert Tempest
  • 1409: John Widrington
  • 1410: John Bertram
  • 1413: John Maveres
  • 1414: Edward Hastings
  • 1415: Robert Lisle
  • 1416: John Bertram
  • 1417: Robert Ogle
  • 1418: Edward Hastings
  • 1419: William Elmeden
  • 1420–1421: Sir Thomas Surtees of Low Dinsdale Manor[8]
  • 1422: John Bertram
  • 1423: John Middleton of Belsay castle
  • 1424: John Bertram
  • 1425: John Widrington
  • 1426: William Lambton
  • 1427: Henry Fenwick
  • 1428: William Carnaby
  • 1429: John Woderington
  • 1430: John Bertram
  • 1431: Roger Woderington
  • 1432: John Midleton
  • 1433: Sir Matthew Whitfield of Whitfield Hall
  • 1434: John Bertram
  • 1435: Roger Woderington
  • 1436: Sir William Eure of Kirkley[9]
  • 1437: Robert Ogle
  • 1438: John Bertram
  • 1439: Robert Herbotell
  • 1440–1441: John Heron of Gawby
  • 1442: Roger Woderington
  • 1443: John Heron
  • 1444: Robert Claxton
  • 1445: William Haringe
  • 1446: Thomas Wellden
  • 1447: Bertram Herbotell
  • 1448: Thomas Nevill
  • 1449: Ro. de Woderington
  • 1450: Roger Thornton
  • 1451: John Heronford
  • 1452: Robert Mitford
  • 1453: John Burcester
  • 1454: Robert Mavers
  • 1455: Radulph Grey of Chillingham
  • 1456: John Heron
  • 1457: Roger Thornton
  • 1458: William Bertram
  • 1459: Radulph Grey
  • 1461: John Middleton
  • 1462–1463: George Lumley
  • 1464: Robert Maures
  • 1465: Ger Woderington
  • 1466: William Bowes
  • 1467: John Neville
  • 1468–1471: George Lumley
  • 1472–1474: John Woderington
  • 1475–1481: Henry Percy, 4th Earl of Northumberland
  • 1482: Henry Percy, 4th Earl of Northumberland
  • 1483: Radulph Herbotle
  • 1484: Henry Percy, 4th Earl of Northumberland
  • 1485: Robert Maneret
  • 1485–1487: Henry Percy, 4th Earl of Northumberland
  • 1493: Roger Fenwick
  • 1496: Robert Grey
  • 1497: George Taylboys

16th century

  • 1501: Edward Radcliff
  • 1503: Ralph Eure of Kirkley[9]
  • 1505: Thomas Ilderton
  • 1507: Nicholas Ridley
  • 1509–1511: Nicholas Ridley
  • 1515: Radulph Fenwick
  • 1518: Christopher Thirkill
  • 1519: George Skelton
  • 1520: Christopher Dacre
  • 1521: William Elleker
  • 1524: William Elleker
  • 1525: William Heron
  • 1526: William Eure
  • 1527: Cuthbert Ratcliffe
  • 1532–1537: Henry Percy, 6th Earl of Northumberland
  • 1540: John Woderington
  • 1541: Leon. Cornaby
  • 1542: John de Lavale
  • 1543: Thomas Hilton
  • 1544: Sir John Collingwood of Eslington Hall[10]
  • 1545: John Horsley
  • 1547: John de Lavale
  • 1548: Thomas Hilton
  • 1549: Sir John Foster of Bamburgh Castle[11]
  • 1550: John Gray
  • 1551: Sir Robert Collingwood of Eslington Hall[10] (son of Sir John, HS 1544)
  • 1552: Sir John Witheryngton[12]
  • 1553: Sir John de la Vale[12]
  • 1554: George Heron[12]
  • 1555: Sir Robert Ellerker[12]
  • 1556: Ralph Grey[12]
  • 1557: Sir George Ratcliffe[12] / Sir Thomas Grey[12]
  • 1559: John Witherington
  • 1560: Albany Featherstonehaugh of Featherstone Castle[13]
  • 1561: Robert Lawson
  • 1562: Henry Percy
  • 1563: Radulph Grey
  • 1564: Sir Thomas Forster of Adderstone[11]
  • 1565: John de Lavele
  • 1566: George Heron
  • 1567: Cuthbert Carnaby
  • 1568: Cut. Collingwood
  • 1569: Robert Raydes
  • 1570: Nicholas Ridley
  • 1571: John de Lavele and George Heron
  • 1572: Sir Thomas Forster of Adderstone[11]
  • 1573: Cuthbert Carnaby
  • 1574: Thomas Grey
  • 1575: Robert de Lavele
  • 1576: Robert Middleton
  • 1577: Francis Russell
  • 1578: Sir William Fenwick
  • 1579: Sir Henry Widdrington
  • 1580: Cut. Colingwood
  • 1581: John Heron
  • 1582: Raduph Grey
  • 1583: Robert de Lavele
  • 1584: James Ogle
  • 1585: Richard Radley
  • 1586: Robert Clauding
  • 1587–1588: Henry Anderson
  • 1589: Sir William Fenwick
  • 1590: Alexander Featherstonehaugh of Featherstone Castle[13]
  • 1591: Radulph Grey
  • 1592: Robert de Lavele
  • 1593: Radulph Grey
  • 1594–1595: Thomas Bradford
  • 1596: George Muschamp of Barmoor Castle
  • 1597–1598: Edward Grey
  • 1599: Thomas Middleton

17th century

18th century

19th century

20th century

  • 1900: Lawrence William Adamson of Linden Hall[14]:59
  • 1901: Hugh Andrews of Swarland Hall[14][82]
  • 1902: Thomas Clennel Fenwick-Clennel of Harbottle Castle[83][14]:60
  • 1903: Wiliam Donaldson Cruddas of Haughton Castle[14]:60
  • 1904: Thomas Taylor of Chipchase Castle[14]:60
  • 1905: John Davidson Milburn of Guyzance[14]:60
  • 1906: Alexander Browne of Callaly Castle[14]:61
  • 1907: John Coppin Straker of The Leazes, Hexham[14]:61
  • 1908: James Edward Woods of Swarland Hall[14]:61
  • 1909: Newton Charles Ogle of Kirkley Hall[14]:61
  • 1910: Hon. Charles Algernon Parsons of Holeyn Hall[14]:62
  • 1911: Capt. James Harold Cuthbert of Beaufront Castle[14]:62
  • 1912: David Hugh Watson Askew of Castle Hills, Berwick on Tweed[14]:62
  • 1913; Howard Pease of Otterburn Tower[14]:62
  • 1914: Sir Hugh Douglas Blackett Bt of Matfen Hall[14]:62
  • 1915: George Hope Waddilove of Brunton House[14]:63
  • 1916: Milbourne Hall[14]:63
  • 1917: Walter John Benson of Newbrough Hall[14]:63
  • 1918: Jesmond Dene House[14]:63
  • 1919: Edward Gordon Collingwod of Dissington Hall[14]:63
  • 1920: Sir Hubert Swinburne Bt of Capheaton Hall[84]
  • 1921: Clarence Dalrymple Smith of Loughbrow House, near Hexham[14]:64
  • 1922: Philip Ernest Noble of Jesmond Dene House[14]:64
  • 1923: Lt Col.Sir Alexander Leith Bt. of Greycourt, near Riding Mill[14]:64[85]
  • 1924: Col. Philip Blencowe-Cookson of Meldon Park[14]:64
  • 1925: Brig Gen. Bertram Fitzherbert Widdrington of Newton Hall, near Alnwick[14]:64
  • 1926: Arthur Scholefield of Lint Close. Alnmouth[14]:65
  • 1927: John Edward Cowen of Minsteracres[14]:65
  • 1928: Sir Leonard John Milburn Bt. of Bank House, Guynance.[14]:65
  • 1929: William Noel Villiers of Adderstone Hall[14]:65
  • 1930: Capt. Herbert Benjamin Speke of Pigdon[14]:65
  • 1931: Philip Eustace Smith of Rothley Crag[14]:66
  • 1932: William Henry Charlton of Hesleyside[14]:66
  • 1933: Hugh Edward Joicey later 3rd Baron Joicey of Etal Manor[14]:66
  • 1934: Clennel Frank Massey Drew-Wilkinson of Clennell Hall[14]:66[86]
  • 1935: Major George Denis Anderson of Little Harle Tower, Kirkwhelpington[87]
  • 1936: Captn Archibald William Milburn of Fowberry Tower[88]
  • 1937: Edward Foyle Collingwood of Lilburn Tower
  • 1938: Thomas Dalrymple Straker-Smith of Howden Dene[14]:69
  • 1939: Lt Col. Henry Stanley Bell of Bavington Hall[14]:69
  • 1940: Norman Dakeyne Newall of Newbrough Lodge[14]:69
  • 1941: Frank Buddle Atkinson of Gallowhill[14]:69
  • 1942: Col. Bernard Cruddas of Middleton Hall[14]:69
  • 1943: Sir Arthur Munro Sutherland Bt. of Hethpool House, Kirknewton[89]
  • 1944: John Montagu Craster of Craster Tower[90]
  • 1945: Lt Col. Thomas George Taylor of Chipchase Castle[91]
  • 1946: Lt Col. Richard Straker of Angerton Hall, Morpeth[92]
  • 1947: John George Grey Rea of Berrington House, Ancroft[93]
  • 1948: Charles Ion Carr Bosanquet of Rock Moor House, Alnwick[94]
  • 1949: Captn Alexander Milne Keith of The Chesters, Humshaugh, Hexham[95]
  • 1950: Arthur Hilton Ridley of Park End, Simonburn.[96]
  • 1951: William Archer Benson of Newbrough Hall.[97]
  • 1952: Lt Col Henry Haswell Peile of Ogle Castle.[98]
  • 1953: Major Charles Douglas Blackett of Halton Castle later Sir Charles Blackett, 9th Baronet.[99]
  • 1954: Guy Hunter Allgood of Nunwick Hall, Simonsburn.[100]
  • 1961: John Christopher Blackett-Ord of Oakerlands House,Hexham.[101]
  • 1962: Captain Addison Joe Baker-Cresswell DSO RN (Retd)[102][103]
  • 1975: Peter Orlando Ronald Bridgeman
  • 1982: John Cecil Raleigh Trevelyan , of Netherwitton Hall, Morpeth[104]
  • 1983: Reginald Gordon Fenwick Armstrong, T.D., of Embleton Hall, Longframlington, Morpeth.[105]
  • 1984: Lancelot Guy Allgood, of Nunwick, Simonburn, Hexham.[106]
  • 1985: Thomas Walker Sale, of Ilderton, Glebe, Ilderton, Alnwick[107]
  • 1986: Wyndhann Julian Rogers-Coltman, of Berryburn, Ancroft, Berwick-upon-Tweed.[108]
  • 1987: Anthony Robert Pearson of Angerton Hall, Morpeth.[109]
  • 1988: Charles John Rice Nicholl of Whinnetley Farm, Haydon Bridge.[110]
  • 1989: Edward Addison Wrangham, of Harehope Hill End, Alnwick[111]
  • 1990: Lieut-Colonel Humphrey Crossman, of Cheswick House, Berwick-upon-Tweed.[112]
  • 1991: Peter John Cookson of The Old Rectory, Meldon, Morpeth.[113]
  • 1992: John Michael Loyd of Threepwood Hall,Haydon Bridge, Hexham.[114]
  • 1993: Roger Errington[115]
  • 1994: Mrs. Michael Lyndon Skeggs, of Oak Hall,Crookham, Cornhill-on-Tweed.[116]
  • 1995: Anthony Russell Wood, Esq., of Helister House,Riding Mill.[117]
  • 1996: John Francis Christian Festing of Ochrelands House, Hexham.[118]
  • 1997: Alexander Gordon Parrott Ramsay of Roecliffe, Corbridge.[119]
  • 1998: Charles Addison Fitzherbert Baker-Cresswell,O.B.E., T.D., Hamburgh Hall, Bamburgh[120]
  • 1999: Mrs Elizabeth Maureen Fairbairn, Hallington Hall, Hallington, Newcastle upon Tyne[121]

21st century

  • 2000: Samuel Charles Enderby of The Riding, Hexham.[122]
  • 2001: John Philip Palmer Anderson, Esq., Little Harle Tower, Kirkwelpington.[123]
  • 2002: Sir Francis Michael Blake, 3rd Baronet of The Dower House, Tillmouth Park, Cornhill on Tweed.[124]
  • 2003: Mrs Jennifer Bryony Gibson, Newbiggin, Hexham.[125]
  • 2004: Mrs Susan Audrey Burnell, Stagshaw House, Corbridge.[126]
  • 2005: Ian Benjamin Speke[127][128]
  • 2006: Eric Davis Grounds[129]
  • 2007: Sir Hugh Francis Blackett, 12th Baronet[130]
  • 2008: The Hon. Charles Richard Beaumont[131]
  • 2009: John Hamilton Blackett-Ord of Hexham[132]
  • 2010: The Hon. Mrs Katie Crosbie-Dawson of Mindrum[133]
  • 2011: Reverend Fiona J Sample of Middleton[134]
  • 2012: Mrs Harriet M Benson [135]
  • 2013: Peter R Loyd of Hexham [135]
  • 2014: John M Carr-Ellison of Hedgeley Hall, Powburn, Alnwick [135]
  • 2015: Mrs Lucy Helen Maxwell Carroll of Cornhill-on-Tweed [136]

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