High Sheriff of Surrey

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The list of known High Sheriffs of Surrey extends back to 1066. [1] At various times the High Sheriff of Surrey was also High Sheriff of Sussex (1229–1231, 1232–1240, 1242–1567, 1571–1635).

Contents

1066–1228

(High Sheriffs of Surrey only)

1229–1398

(Sheriffs of Surrey and Sussex)

Henry III (1216–1272)- Continued

Edward I (1272–1307)

Edward II (1307–1327)

Edward III (1327- 1377)

Richard II (1377–1399)

1399–1509

(High Sheriffs of Surrey and Sussex)

Henry IV (1399–1412)

Henry V (1412–1422)

Henry VI (1422–1461)

Edward IV (1461–1483)

Richard III (1483–1485)

Henry VII (1485–1509)

1509–1566

(High Sheriffs of Surrey and Sussex)

Henry VIII (1509–1546)

Edward VI (1546–1553)

Mary (1553–1558)

Elizabeth I (1558–1603)

1566–1635

(High Sheriffs of Surrey only)

Elizabeth I (1558–1603) – Continued

(High Sheriffs of Surrey and Sussex)

Elizabeth I (1558–1603) – Continued

James I (1603–1625)

Charles I (1625–1649)

1636–1702

(High Sheriffs of Surrey only)

Charles I (1625–1649) – Continued

Commonwealth (1649–1660)

Charles II (1660–1685)

James II (1685–1689)

William and Mary (1689–1702)

1702–1799

19th century

20th century

21st century

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