High Sheriff of Dorset

The High Sheriff of Dorset is an ancient High Sheriff title which has been in existence for over one thousand years.[1] Until 1567 the Sheriff of Somerset was also the Sheriff of Dorset.

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

The position was once a powerful position responsible for collecting taxes and enforcing law and order in Dorset. In modern times the high sheriff has become a ceremonial role, presiding over public ceremonies.

List of Sheriffs of Dorset

1066–1700

  • Hugh fitz Grip
  • 1086 Aiulf the Chamberlain
  • 1240 Hugh de Vivonne
  • Before 1567 – See Sheriffs of Somerset and Dorset
  • 1567 Robert Coker
  • 1568 Robert Williams
  • 1569 John Young of Melbury Sampford
  • 1570 William Hadeley
  • 1571 Henry Uvdall
  • 1572 John Strode of Parnham
  • 1573 Richard Rogers of Bryanston
  • 1574 John Horsey of Clifton
  • 1575 Mathew Arundel of Wiltshire
  • 1576 William Web of Motcombe
  • 1577 Nicholas Turbervill of Bere
  • 1578 Thomas Mullins
  • 1579 Thomas Chaffin of Chettle
  • 1580 George Trenchard of Woolton
  • 1581 Nicholas Martin
  • 1582 John Williams of Herringston House, Winterborne Herringston
  • 1583 Thomas Strangeways
  • 1584 Henry Coker of Mappowder Court
  • 1585 John Horsey of Clifton Maybank
  • 1586 Christopher Percy
  • 1587 Richard Rogers
  • 1588 Robert Frampton
  • 1589 John Brown
  • 1590 Thomas Chaffin
  • 1591 Ralph Horsey of Clifton Maybank
  • 1592 John Williams
  • 1593 George Morton
  • 1594 Robert Strode
  • 1595 Thomas Hussey of Shapwick
  • 1596 George Trenchard
  • 1597 Thomas Freke of Iwerne Courtnay (alias Shroton)
  • 1598 Gor. Morton
  • 1599 Robert Miller of Little Bredy
  • 1600 Sir Thomas Uvedale
  • 1601 John Stoker
  • 1602 John Rogers
  • 1603 John Fitzjames of Leweston
  • 1604 John Tregonwel of Milton
  • 1605 John Ryves of Blandford
  • 1606 Robert Napier of Middlemarsh Hall, Minterne Magna
  • 1607 William Web
  • 1608 Christopher Auketil
  • 1609 Edmund Uvedall of Little Crichel[3]
  • 1610 John Henning of Pokeswell
  • 1611 Sir Thomas Freke of Iwerne Courtnay (alias Shroton)
  • 1612 John Strangeways of Melbury Sampford and Abbotsbury
  • 1613 Robert Coker
  • 1614 Sir John Hanham of Wimborne Minster
  • 1615 John Brewyne
  • 1616 John Tregonwel
  • 1617 John Browne
  • 1618 Sir Walter Erle of Charborough
  • 1619 Anthony Ashley
  • 1620 Sir Nathaniel Napier of More Crichel
  • 1621 Edward Lawrence
  • 1622 John Harbin
  • 1623 William Francis
  • 1624 Bampfield Chafin of Folke
  • 1625 Francis Caldecot
  • 1626 William Uvedell
  • 1627 Leweston Fitzjames of Leweston
  • 1628 Thomas Still of Redlinch
  • 1629 Angel. Grey of Stinsford
  • 1630 Sir John Meller of Little Bredy
  • 1631 Brian Williams
  • 1632 John Browne of Dorchester and Frampton
  • 1633 William Colyer of Pidle
  • 1634 Sir Thomas Trenchard of Wolveton, Charminster
  • 1635 John Feele
  • 1636 (Jan–Oct) John Freke of Cerne Abbey and Westbrooke House, Upwey[4]
  • 1636 Richard Rogers
  • 1637 Sir John Croke of Payne's Place, Motcombe [5]
  • 1638 Richard Bingham of Melcomb
  • 1639 William Churchill
  • 1640
  • 1641 Edward Lawrence of Creech Grange, Steeple [6]
  • 1642–1644 Sir Francis Fulford of Toller Fratrum [7]
  • Sir William Clavell
  • 1645 John Fitzjames of Leweston [8]
  • 1646 Robert Coker of Mappowder Court [9]
  • 1648 William Savadge [10]
  • 1649 Henry Henley of Leigh, Winsham, Somerset and Colway, Lyme Regis [11]
  • 1646-48 (Parliamentary): Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 1st Earl of Shaftesbury
  • 1650 Sir Gerrard Napier, 1st Baronet of Middlemarsh Grange, Minterne Magna [12]
  • 1651 Sir Hugh Windham, Kt [13]
  • 1652: John Turberfield of Beer[14]
  • 1654 Arthur Radford [15]
  • 1655 James Gould of Dorchester [16]
  • 1656
  • 1657-1660 John Strode of Parnham [17]
  • 1663 Thomas Freke of Shroton and Melcombe Horsey [18]
  • 1664
  • 12 November 1665: Roger Clavel[19]
  • 7 November 1666: John Brown[20]
  • 6 November 1667: John Tregonell, of Milton[21]
  • 6 November 1668: John Tregonell, of Milton[22]
  • 11 November 1669: Robert Barber[23]
  • 4 November 1670: Robert Seymour[24]
  • 9 November 1671: Thomas Moore,[25] of Hawkchurch
  • 11 November 1672: Michael Harvey,[26] of Clifton Maybank
  • 12 November 1673: William Frampton[27]
  • 5 November 1674: Joseph Birgham[28]
  • June 1675: John Michel of Kingston Russell [29]
  • 15 November 1675: Thomas Gallop[30]
  • 10 November 1676: John Every,[31] of Wootton Glanville [32]
  • 15 November 1677: Robert Pelham[33][34]
  • 14 November 1678: William Weston, of Weston[35]
  • 23 November 1678: John Hardy[36]
  • 13 November 1679: William Weston, of Weston[37]
  • 27 November 1679: William Laurence[38]
  • 4 November 1680: George Pitt[39]
  • late 1680: Sir Robert Napier, 1st Baronet, of Punknoll [40]
  • 1682 George Ryves of Ranston[41][42]
  • 1683 George Fulford of Toller Fratrum [43]
  • 1684 Charles Bruine [44]
  • 1685 William Lewis [45]
  • 1686 Thomas Gollop of North Bowood and Strode [46]
  • 1687 Thomas Turberville [47]
  • 1688 James Gould of Dorchester[48][49]
  • 1689 (Nov): Sir Nathaniel Napier, 2nd Baronet[50][51]
  • 1690 John Still of Shaston St James [52]
  • 1691 Andrew Tucker [53]
  • 1692 John Hoskyns [54] replaced by Richard Rose [55]
  • 1693 John Hoskyns [56]
  • 1694 Thomas Skinner [57] replaced by Thomas Cooper of Sherborne [58]
  • 1695 William Bennet [59]
  • 1696 Sir Thomas Hardy [60][61]
  • 1697: Thomas Bower [62]
  • 1698: William Cote of Breckhampton [61]
  • 1699 (Jan–Nov) William Okeden of Little Crichel [63]
  • 1699: John Richards [64]

1701–1800

  • 1700 Robert Swayne [65]
  • 1701 William Fitz [66]
  • 1702 John Richards [67] replaced by Nicholas Hardy [68]
  • 1702 Edward Clavell of Smedmore House[69]
  • 1703 John Richards [70]
  • 1704 John Richards of Walworth [71]
  • 1705 Thomas Turberville [72]
  • 1705 Harry Chafyn [73]
  • 1706 William Whitaker[73][74]
  • 1707 William Hull [75]
  • 1708 Nicholas Brown [76]
  • 1709 Charles Brinn [77]
  • 1710 George Richards of Long Bredy [78]
  • 1710 Richard Swain [79]
  • 1711 Edward Hooper [80]
  • 1712 John Tregonwell [81] replaced by Anthony Larder [82]
  • 1713 George Reeves [83] replaced by John Clutterbuck of Punknole [84] [85]
  • 1714 Richard White[86][87]
  • 1715 Thomas Rose of Wootton Fitzpaine [88]
  • 1716 Nicolas Carys [89]
  • 1717 Fitzwalter Foy of Bewley [90]
  • 1718 Samuel Whetcombe [91]
  • 1719 John Gollop jnr [92]
  • 1720 Edmund Seymour [93]
  • 1721 Edmund Seymour [94]
  • 1721 John Meech [95]
  • 1722 Henry Henly [96]
  • 1723 Richard Henvill
  • 1724 Robert Henley [97]
  • 1725 Richard Churchill jnr of Compton [98]
  • 1726 Thomas Gundry of Dewlish [99]
  • 1727 John Hawles Johnson [100]
  • 1728 Richard Perry
  • 1729 George Dawbenny of Bishops Candle [101]
  • 1730 Sydenham Williams of Herringston [102]
  • 1731 Charles Brune [103]
  • 1732 William Mills of Mearehay [104]
  • 1733 Sir William Napier, Bt [105]
  • 1734 William Clapcott [106]
  • 1734 Edmund Hayter of East Creech [107]
  • 1736 Samuel Serrell of the Isle of Purbeck [108]
  • 1737 Henry Whitaker of Motcombe [109][110]
  • 1738 Henry Bower [111]
  • 1739 William Smith of Sidling [112]
  • 1740 Thomas Dibben of Powerstock [113]
  • 1741 Sydenham Williams [114][115]
  • 1742 Robert Barber of Ashmore [116]
  • 1743 James Forster of Blandford St Mary [117]
  • 1744 James Frampton of Moreton [118]
  • 1745 George Gollop of Berwick [46]
  • 1746 Benjamin Adney of Lothers [119]
  • 1747 Robert Goodden of Over Compton [120]
  • 1748 Samuel Whitcomb [121]
  • 1749 Julines Beckford of Steepleton Iwerne [122]
  • 1750 Azariah Pinney of Bettiscombe[123]
  • 1751 Swayne Harbin of Gunville [124]
  • 1752 ?
  • 1753 Humphrey Sturt of Horton[125]
  • 1754 Awnsham Churchill of Henbury [126]
  • 1755 Thomas Strode of Bemister [127]
  • 1756 Harry Meggs of Bradford Peveril[128]
  • 1757 John Gannett jnr of Blandford[129]
  • 1758 Nicholas Gould, of West Stafford [130]
  • 1759 John Damer of Carne [131]
  • 1760 Ralph Willett [132]
  • 1761 William Pitt [132]
  • 1762 Edmund Morton Playdell [132]
  • 1763 William Richards jnr [132]
  • 1764 John Pretor Pinney of Dorchester [132]
  • 1765 John Pinney of Blackdown [132]
  • 1766 Thomas Robinson [132]
  • 1767 William Churchill, of Dorchester[133]
  • 1768 James Gollop [46][132]
  • 1769 William Thorpe Holder [132]
  • 1770 James Dale [132]
  • 1771 John Newton [132]
  • 1772 Sir John Smith, 1st Baronet of Sydling St Nicholas [132]
  • 1773 Henry Cornish Henley [132]
  • 1774 Harvey Ekins [132]
  • 1775 George Gould [132]
  • 1776 William Taunton [132]
  • 1777 George Snow [132]
  • 1778 William Trenchard [132]
  • 1779 Robert Goodden [132]
  • 1780 Peter Beckford [132]
  • 1781 Lewis Dymock Grosvenor Tregonwell [132]
  • 1782 William Churchill of Henbury [132]
  • 1783 Francis John Browne of Frampton, near Dorchester [132]
  • 1784 Isaac Sage [132]
  • 1785 Hon. Lionel Damer of Warmwell [134]
  • 1786 Henry William Portman of Bryanstone [135]
  • 1787 Peter William Baker of Ranston House, near Blandford [132]
  • 1788 Anthony Chapman of Holnest [136]
  • 1789 Frederick Thomas Wentworth of Henbury,[137]
  • 1790 Henry William Fitch [132]
  • 1791 John Calcraft of Rempston [138]
  • 1791 Sir Stephen Nash [132]
  • 1792 Mark Davis [132]
  • 1793 James Frampton [132]
  • 1794 Edward Buckley Batson [132]
  • 1795 Edward Greathed [132]
  • 1796 Thomas Bowyer Bower [132]
  • 1797 Edward Berkeley Portman of Bryanston [132]
  • 1798 William Clavell [132][139]
  • 1799 Henry Seymour [132]
  • 1800: Richard Erle-Drax-Grosvenor, of Charborough Park[140]

1801–1900

1901–1973

  • 1901 Captain Edward Wilmot Williams, of Herringstone House, Dorchester [234]
  • 1902 Colonel John Bullen Symes Bullen, of Catherston Leweston, Charmouth [235]
  • 1903 Colonel John Mount Batten of Upcerne House, Dorchester [236]
  • 1904 Hastings Burton Middleton, of Bradford Peverell, Dorchester [237]
  • 1905 Reginald Douglas Thornton, of Birkin House, Dorchester [238]
  • 1906 Henry Stilwell, of Steepleton Manor, Dorchester [239]
  • 1907 Humphrey Frederick Weld, of Chideock Manor, Bridport [240]
  • 1908 Charles Ethelston Parke, of Henbury House, Wimborne [241]
  • 1909 Alexander Edward Lane Fox Pitt-Rivers, of Hinton St. Mary, Sturminster Newton [242]
  • 1910 Hector Edmond Monro, of Edmondsham House, Cranborne, Salisbury [243]
  • 1911 George Hamilton Fletcher, of Leweston Manor, Slierborne [244]
  • 1912 James Hainsworth Ismay, of Iwerne Minster House, Blandford [245]
  • 1913 Henry Frank Ward Farquharson, of Eastbury Park, Tarrant Gunville, Blandford [246]
  • 1914 Frederick James Bosworth Wingfield-Digby, of Sherborne Castle, Sherborne [247]
  • 1915 Lieutenant-Colonel Philip Farrer, of Binnegar Hall, East Stoke, Wareham [248]
  • 1916 Frederick George Alexander Lane, of Bloxworth House, Wareham [249]
  • 1917 Freeman Roper, of Forde Abbey, Chard [250]
  • 1918 Alban James Woodroffe, of Ware House, Lyme Regis[251]
  • 1919 William Llewellinof Upton House, near Poole [252][253]
  • 1920 Lt.-Col. Thomas Alfred Colfox of Coneygar, Bridport[254]
  • 1921 Major Joseph Qundry, of The Hyde, Bridport [255]
  • 1922 Alfred Douglas Pass, of Wootton Fitzpaine, Charmouth [256]
  • 1923 Sir Reginald John Pinney, K.C.B. of Racedown, Crewkerne [257]
  • 1924 Major Kenneth Bobert Balfour, of Steepleton Manor, Dorchester.[258]
  • 1925 Major Charles Eobert Eustace Radclyffe, of Hyde, Wareham.[259]
  • 1926 Major Hugh Blomfield Nicholson, DSO, of Mappercombe Manor, Melplash [260]
  • 1927 Capt. Sir Eichard Fitzgerald Glyn Bt.,D.S.O., of Gaunt's House, Wimborne [261]
  • 1928 Carlton Cross, of Wyke Hall, Gillingham [262]
  • 1929 Harry Rupert Fetherstonhaugh-Frampton, of Moreton New House, Dorchester [263]
  • 1930 Lieut.-Col. Edward George Troyte - Bullock,C.M.G., T.D., of Zeals House, Zeals [264]
  • 1931 Capt. Berkeley Cole Wilmot Williams, of Herringston, Dorchester [265]
  • 1932 Wilfred John Brymer, of Ilsington House, Piddletown, Dorchester [266]
  • 1933 Lieut.-Col. Edward Philip Le Breton, of Loders Court, Bridport [267]
  • 1934 Capt. Angus Valdemar Hambro, of Merly House, Wimborne [268]
  • 1935 Major Harry Denison Denison-Pender, D.S.O., M.C., of Strangways, Marnhull[269]
  • 1936 Lieut.-Commander Hector Richard Monro, of Edmondesham, Cranborne, Salisbury[270]
  • 1937 Lieut.-Col. John Bernhard Harbin Goodden, T.D., of Compton Hawy, Sherborne [271]
  • 1938 Major Rhys Clavell Mansel, of Smedmore, Kimmeridge, Corfe Castle [272]
  • 1939 Henry John Ralph Bankes, of Kingston Lacy, Wimborne [273]
  • 1940 Capt. Lewys Legge Yeatman, of Stock House, near Sturminster Newton [274]
  • 1941 Sir Claud Schuster, G.C.B., C.V.O., K.C., of The Manor House, Piddletrenthide, Dorchester [275]
  • 1942 Major William John Bates Van de Weyer, M.V.O., of Clyffe, Dorchester [276]
  • 1943 Ernest Frederick Cambridge Lane, C.M.G. of Poxwell House, near Dorchester [277]
  • 1944 John Henry Lionel Glasbrook of Manor House, Child Okeford, Blandford [278]
  • 1945 William Ralph Garneys Bond of Tyneham, Corfe Castle.[279]
  • 1946 Lieutenant-Colonel Sir William Philip Colfox, Bt., M.C., of Symondsbury Manor, Bridport.[280]
  • 1947 Lieut.-Co. George Ambrose Pinney,M.C., of Horn Park, Beaminster.[281]
  • 1948 Colonel George Harold Abseil Ing, C.M G, D.S.O., of Jerards, Sandford Orcas, Sherborne.[282]
  • 1949 Sir Philip Francis Cunningham Williams, Bt., of Bridehead, Little Bredy, Dorchester.[283]
  • 1950 Lieut.-Colonel John Fitzherbert Symes Bullen, of Catherston, Charmouth, Dorset.[284]
  • 1951 Lieut.-Colonel Joseph William Weld, O.B.E., of Lulworth Castle, Dorset.[285]
  • 1952 Commander Henry Kelsall Beckford Mitchell, R.N., of Folke Manor, Sherborne.[286]
  • 1953 Sir Arthur Nugent Floyer-Acland[287][288]
  • 1954 Lieut-Colonel Sir Thomas Henry Salt, Bt, of Shillingstone House, Shillingstone, Blandford.[289]
  • 1955 Admiral Sir Victor Alexander Charles Crutchley, V.C., K.C.B., D.S.C., of Mappercombe Manor, Powerstock, Bridport [290]
  • 1956 William Wigan Llewellin, Esq., O.B.E., of Upton House, near Poole.[291]
  • 1957 Lieut-Colonel Edward William Seymour, T.D., of Tarrant Albbey, Blandford.[292]
  • 1958 Major Etienne Henry Tudor Bodleau, of Rampisham Manor, Dorchester.[293]
  • 1959 Lieut.-Colonel Kenneth Greville Williams, O.B.E., of Stock Hill, Gillingham.[294]
  • 1960 Sir Thomas Edward Lees, Bt., of Post Green, Lytchett Minster, Poole.[295]
  • 1961 Lieut.-Colonel Robert Stanley Grosvenor Perry, D.S.O., of Moor Lane House, Briantspuddle,Dorchester.[296]
  • 1962 Lieut.-Commander George Gosselin Marten, M.V.O., D.S.C., R.N. (Retd.), of Crichel, Wimborne.[297]
  • 1963 Colonel Richard James Longfield, of Lower Silton, Gillingham[298]
  • 1964 Lieut.-Commander Robert Hugh Hodgkinson, D.S.C., R.N., of Milton Abbey School, near Blandford Forum.[299]
  • 1965 Commander Roger Henry Charles Fetherstonhaugh-Frampton, R.N. (Retd.), of Moreton House, Dorchester.[300]
  • 1966 Major William Harry Gibson Fleming, of Ranston, Blandford.[301]
  • 1967 Henry Rolf Gardiner of Springhead,Fontmell Magna, Shaftesbury.[302]
  • 1968 John Mansell[303]
  • 1969 Sir William John Colfox[304]
  • 1970 Major-General Edward Alexander Wilmot Williams, C.B., C.B.E., M.C., of Herringston, Dorchester.[305]
  • 1971 Major Nigel Darner Martin, of Came House, Dorchester.[306]
  • 1972 Lieut-Colonel John Lewys Yeatman, of Stock Gaylard House, near Sturminstear-Newton.[307]
  • 1973 Peter Frank Tiarks, M.C., of Melplash Court,Bridport.[308]

List of High Sheriffs of Dorset

1974–2000

  • 1974 Stafford Floyer-Acland[287]
  • 1975 Lieut.-Colonel James Thomas Amcotts Wilson[309]
  • 1976 George Edward Sealy Woodhouse[310]
  • 1977 Major-General Henry Mark Garneys Bond[311]
  • 1978 Major Graham Neville Yeatman, TD[312]
  • 1979 Lady Elizabeth Mary Garneys Williams, of Bridehead,Littlebredy, Dorchester.[313]
  • 1980 George Anthony Lane-Fox Pitt-Rivers[314]
  • 1981 Sir Stephen George Hammick, Bt, of Badgers,Wraxall, Dorchester.[315]
  • 1982 Deric Sydney Scott D.L. of the Crest, Bournemouth <[316]
  • 1983 Richard Greville Earle[317]
  • 1984 Mark Roper D.L.[318]
  • 1985 Christopher John Rolph Pope TD, of Wracklefordl House, Dorchester [319]
  • 1986 Colonel Kenneth Dubois Ferguson, D.S.O., T.D.,of Studland Bay House, Studland, Swanage.[320]
  • 1987 Lt-Cmdr William Victor Percy Crutchley RN[321]
  • 1988 Henry Walter Plunkett-Ernle-Erle-Drax[322]
  • 1989 The Hon. Mrs Mary Anna Sibell Elizabeth Marten[323]
  • 1990 Peter Winder Allsebrook [324]
  • 1991 Edwin William Ludlow [325]
  • 1992 Giles Patrick Sturdy [326]
  • 1993 Richard Guy Grosvenor de Pelet
  • 1994 Capt. Michael Fulford-Dobson RN [327]
  • 1995 John Derek Wrighton [328]
  • 1996 Wilfrid Joseph Weld [329]
  • 1997 Richard Walter Fielding [330]
  • 1998 Cmdr Peter Gelson Gregson RN [331]
  • 1999 Anthony Graham Yeatman[332]
  • 2000 Michael John Ashley Bond [333]

2001–present

  • 2001 Charles Arnold Grosvenor Perry [334]
  • 2002 James Richard Boughey[335]
  • 2003 Eleanor Weld[336]
  • 2004 Allan Frank Simmons [337]
  • 2005 The Hon Mrs Charlotte Anne Townshend [338]
  • 2006 David Harold Woodhouse[339]
  • 2007 Adrian Eason Bailey Scott DL[340][341]
  • 2008 John Roland Raymond[342]
  • 2009 Victoria Mary McDonaugh of Wimborne[343]
  • 2010 The Hon. Timothy John Palmer of West Woodyates [344]
  • 2011 Alan J Frost of Bournemouth
  • 2012 Jeremy J. R. Pope of Dorchester [344]
  • 2013 Catriona J. Payne of Dorchester [344]
  • 2014: Jane Stichbury of Ashley Park, Ringwood [345]
  • 2015: Mrs Jennifer S. Coombs of Stepleton House, Iwerne Stepleton, Blandford Forum [346]
  • 2016: Sir Philip Williams, Bt of Bridehead, Littlebredy, Dorchester [347]
  • 2017: S. John Young of Blandford [348]
  • 2018: Mrs Jacqueline Anne Swift of Poole[349]
  • 2019: Philip Henry Warr of Canford Magna, Wimborne[350]

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