High Sheriff of Worcestershire

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This is a list of sheriffs and since 1998 high sheriffs of Worcestershire.

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The Sheriff is the oldest secular office under the Crown. Formerly the 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. Under the provisions of the Local Government Act 1972, on 1 April 1974 the office previously known as Sheriff was retitled High Sheriff.

Under the same act Herefordshire and Worcestershire were merged to form the new county of Hereford and Worcester, therefore the office of Sheriff of Worcestershire was replaced by that of High Sheriff of Hereford and Worcester. However, in 1998 the new county was dissolved, restoring Herefordshire and Worcestershire and creating the offices of High Sheriff of Herefordshire and High Sheriff of Worcestershire.

Medieval

Early Norman

Henry II (25 October 1154 – 6 July 1189)

Source: Thomas Fuller’s Worthies of England; [5] Rev George Miller, The Parishes of the Diocese of Worcester [6]

Richard I 6 July 1189 – 6 April 1199

Source: Thomas Fuller’s Worthies of England [5]

John 1199–1216

Source: Thomas Fuller’s Worthies of England [5]

Henry III 1216–1272

Source: Thomas Fuller’s Worthies of England [5]

Edward I 1272–1307

Source: Thomas Fuller’s Worthies of England [5]

Edward II 7 July 1307 – 25 January 1327

Source: Thomas Fuller’s Worthies of England [5]

Edward III 25 January 1327 – 1377

Source: Thomas Fuller’s Worthies of England [5]

Richard II 1377–99

Source: Thomas Fuller’s Worthies of England [5]

Henry IV Bolingbroke 30 September 1399 – 1413

Source: Thomas Fuller’s Worthies of England [5]

Henry V 20 March 1413 – 1422

Source: Thomas Fuller’s Worthies of England [5]

Henry VI

Edward IV (first reign) 4 March 1461 – 2 October 1470

  • Gualterus Skull 12 [6]
  • James Radclyffe 20 [6]

Richard III 26 June 1483 – 1485

Source: Thomas Fuller’s Worthies of England [5]
  • Jacob Radcliffe 1
  • William Houghton 2
  • Humphrey Stafford and Richard Nanfan 3

Henry VII 22 August 1485 – 1509

Source: Thomas Fuller’s Worthies of England [5]
  • 1485 Richard Nanfan 1–2
  • John Savage I 3–7
  • John Savage II, arm. 8–12 (son of above John)
  • John Savage II, mil. 13–24

John Savage II, mil.13-24

Early modern

Henry VIII 21 April 1509 – 1547

Source: Thomas Fuller’s Worthies of England [5]

Edward VI 28 January 1547 – 1553

Source: Thomas Fuller’s Worthies of England [5]

Mary I 19 July 1553 – 1558

Source: Thomas Fuller’s Worthies of England [5]
  • 1553 Henry Dingley of Charlton 1
  • 1554 John Folliatt 2
  • 1555 Thomas Baskerville of Birlingham and Wollas Hall, Eckington 3
  • 1556 William Sheldon of Beoley 4
  • 1557 John Littleton of Frankley 5
  • 1558 John Knottesford 6

Elizabeth I 1558 – 1603

Source: Thomas Fuller’s Worthies of England [5]

James I 24 March 1603 – 1625

Source: Thomas Fuller’s Worthies of England [5]

Charles I (1625–49)

Source: Thomas Fuller’s Worthies of England [5]

17th century

18th century

19th century

20th century

21st century

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