List of sheriffs of London

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This is a list of sheriffs of the City of London.

Pursuant to a royal charter of Henry I circa 1131, the liverymen of the City elected two sheriffs of "London and Middlesex" upon payment of £300 per annum to the Crown. This practice continued until 1889, when the Local Government Act 1888 came into force. Thereafter a High Sheriff of Middlesex and a High Sheriff of the County of London were separately appointed in the same manner as other English and Welsh counties.

Sheriffs of LondonEdit

Sheriffs of London before the 12th century:[1]

  • 1066–1080 Wolgarius
  • 1086–1098 Geffrey de Magnum
  • 1103 Hugh Bock
  • 1105 William de Eynesford
  • 1125–1141[citation needed] Abericus de Vere (killed May 1141)
  • 1126 Gilbert Beck, Peter Fitz-Walter
  • 1127 John Fitz-Negelly, Ernulph Buchel

12th centuryEdit

Sheriffs of London in the 12th century:

  • 1128 Fulcred Fitz Walter
  • 1130 Four sheriffs. Pipe Roll of 1129-30 says they were William Lelutre, Ralph son of Herlewin, William de Balio and Geoffrey Bucherell (PR 31 Henry I, p. 149)
  • 1134–1141 Osbert Huitdeniers
  • 1142 Geoffrey de Mandeville
  • 1154 Four Sheriffs
  • 1155 Gervase de Cornhill[2] and John
  • 1156 Gervase de Cornhill[2] and John the son of Radulph
  • 1157 Gervase de Cornhill[2]
  • 1158 Remiencus, son of Berigarii
  • 1159
  • 1160 John, son of Radulph
  • 1160–1161 Gervase de Cornhill[3]
  • 1161 Erisaldus Sutarius and Vital clericus
  • 1162–1168 Remiencus, son of Berigarii and William, son of Isabel
  • 1169 John Bievinitte and Baldwin clericus
  • 1170–1173 Rad Orificus and Rad le Vinter
  • 1174–1176 Bricknerus de Haverhill and Peter, son of Walter
  • 1177 William, son of Isabel
  • 1178 Waleran and John, son of Nigel
  • 1179 William, son of Isabel and Arnolphus Buxell
  • 1180–1182 William and Reginald le Vielle
  • 1183–1188 William, son of Isabel
  • 1188 Henry de Cornhill (son of Gervase, HS 1155), Richard Reyner
  • 1189 John Herlisum, Roger le Duc
  • 1190 William de Havylle, John Bokoynte
  • 1191 Nichole Duket, Peres Nevlum
  • 1192 Roger le Duc, Roger fil. Alani
  • 1193 William fil. Isabel, William fil. Aluf
  • 1194 Robert Besant, Jukel Alderman
  • 1195 Godard de Antioche, Ro. fil. Durant
  • 1196 Robert Blundul, Nichole Duket
  • 1197 Constantine fil. Aluf (hanged 1222), Rob. de Bel
  • 1198 Arnaud fil. Aluf. Rich. fil. Barthelmi
  • 1199 Roger de Desert, Jacob Alderman

[4], Salomon de Basing

13th centuryEdit

Sheriffs of London in the 13th century:

  • 1200 Simon de Aldermanbury, William fil. Aliz, William Hardell
  • 1201 Norman le Blunt, John de Ely (aka Johannes de Kayo; aka Johan de Kai), Serle Mercier
  • 1202 Walter le Brun, William Chaumberleyn
  • 1203 Thomas de Haville, Hamund Brand.
  • 1204 John Waleran, Richard de Winchester
  • 1205 John Elylond, Edmund de la Halle
  • 1206 Serle Mercier, Henry de Sent Auban
  • 1207 Robert de Wincestre, William Hardell
  • 1208 Thomas fil. Neel, Peres le Duc (Peter Duke, son of Roger, HS 1189)
  • 1209 Peres le Juneen, William Wite
  • 1210 Stephen Crassul (le Gros), Adam Whiteby
  • 1211 Goce fil. Peres, John Gerlande
  • 1212 Constantine Unienis (le Juvene), Ralph Elyland
  • 1213 Martin fil. Aliz, Peter Bate
  • 1214 Salomon de Basing, Hugo de Basing
  • 1215 Andrew Nevelun, John Travers
  • 1216 Benet le Seynter, William Blundus
  • 1217 Ralph Elyland, Thomas Bokerel
  • 1218 Goce le Pesur, John Viel
  • 1219 John Viel, Richard de Wimbledon, William Joyner
  • 1220 Richard Renger, Goce Juniens
  • 1221 Richard Renger, Thomas Lambert
  • 1222 Thomas Lambert, William Joyner
  • 1223 John Travers, Andrew Bokerel
  • 1224 John Travers, Andrew Bokerel
  • 1225 Martyn fil. William, Roger le Duc (Roger Duke, son of Peter, HS 1208)
  • 1226 Martyn fil. William, Roger le Duc
  • 1227 Henry de Cochin, Stephen Bokerel
  • 1228 Henry de Cochin, Stephen Bokerel
  • 1229 Robert fil. John, Walter de Winchester
  • 1230 John de Woburne, Richard fil. Walter
  • 1231 Walter de Busle, Michael de Seynt Helen
  • 1232 Henry Edelmonton, Gerard Bat
  • 1233 Roger Blundus, Simon fil. Marie
  • 1234 Radulph Eswy, John Norman
  • 1235 Gerard Bat, Robert Hardel
  • 1236 Henry de Cochin, Jurdan de Coventry
  • 1237 John de Walbroc, Gervase Chaumberleyne
  • 1238 John de Wilehale, John de Coudres
  • 1239 Reiner de Bungeye, Radulph Aswy
  • 1240 Michael Tovey, Jean de Gisors
  • 1241 John Viel the younger, Thomas Duresme
  • 1242 Ralph Eswy, Robert fil. John
  • 1243 Adam de Gyseburne, Hugo Blundul
  • 1244 Nicholas Bat, Radulph de Arcubus (Ralph de Bow)
  • 1245 Nicholas Bat (replaced by Robert de Cornhull), Adam de Benetleye
  • 1246 Simon fil. Marie, Laurence de Frowick
  • 1247 William Viel, Nichole Bat
  • 1248 Nicholas fil. Jocei, Galfred de Wincestre
  • 1249 John Tolesan, Radulph Hardel
  • 1250 Humfrey le Fevre, William fil. Richard
  • 1251 Nichole Bat, Laurence de Frowik
  • 1252 William de Duresme, Thomas de Winburne
  • 1253 Richard Picard, John de Northampton
  • 1254 William Eswy, Robert de Linton (both replaced by Stephen de Oystergate and Henry Walerund)
  • 1255 Mathias Bokerel, John le Minor
  • 1256 William Eswy, Richard Ewelle
  • 1257 Thomas Fitzthomas, Robert de Catelonie (died in office and replaced by Mathew Bukerel then William Grapefige)
  • 1258 John Adrian, Robert de Cornhull
  • 1259 Adam Browning, Henry de Coventry
  • 1260 Richard Picard, John de Northampton
  • 1261 Philip le Tailleur, Richard de Walbrook
  • 1262 Osbert de Suffolchia (Suffolk), Robert de Munpeylers (Montpellier)
  • 1263 Gregory de Rokesley, Thomas de Forde
  • 1264 Edward Blund, Peter Fitz Aunger
  • 1265 Gregory de Rokesley, Simon Hadestok
  • 1266 John Adryan, Lucas Badencourt replaced by Roger Marshal and Robert de Lintone
  • 1267 William de Durham, Walter Hervey
  • 1268 Thomas Basynge, Robert de Cornehyll replaced by Philip Taylour and Walter Porter
  • 1269 Walter Porter, Philip Taylour
  • 1270 Gregory de Rokesley, Henry le Walleis
  • 1271 Rychard Parys, John Bedyll
  • 1272 Johan Horne, Walter Porter (2nd term)
  • 1273 Nicholas Wynchester, Henry Coventry
  • 1274 Lucas Badencourt, Henry Frowyke
  • 1275 Johan Horne, Rauffe Blount
  • 1276 Robert Bracey, Rauffe Fenour
  • 1277 Johan Adryan, Walter Langley
  • 1278 Robert Basyng, Wyllyam Meyre
  • 1279 Thomas Fox, Rauffe de la Mare
  • 1280 Wylliam Faryngdon, Nicholas Wynchester
  • 1281 Wylliam Meyre, Richard Chigwell
  • 1282 Rauffe Blunt, Ankeryn Betavill
  • 1283 Jordan Goodchepe, Martyn Box
  • 1284 Stephen Cornehyll, Robert Rokesley
  • 1285 Walter Blount, John Wade
  • 1286 Thomas Crosse, Willyam (or Walter) Hawteyn
  • 1287 Wyllyam Hereford, Thomas Stanys
  • 1288 Wylliam Betayn, Johan of Canterbury
  • 1289 Fulke of St. Edmunde, Saloman Langforde
  • 1290 Thomas Romayn, Wylliam de Lyre
  • 1291 Rauffe Blount, Hamonde Boxe
  • 1292 Henry Bale, Elias Russell
  • 1293 Robert Rokesley (the younger), Martyn Awbry
  • 1294 Henry Boxe, Richarde Gloucester
  • 1295 Johan Dunstable, Adam de Halyngbery
  • 1296 Thomas Suffolk, Adam de Fulham
  • 1297 Richard de Refham, Thomas Sely
  • 1298 John Armenter, Henry Fingrith
  • 1299 Lucas de Havering, Richard Champneys
  • 1268 William Haddystoke, Anketyll de Alverne[5]
  • 1297 John de Stordforde, William de Stortforde[5]

14th centuryEdit

Sheriffs of London in the 14th century:

  • 1300 Robert Caller, Peter Bosham
  • 1301 Hugh Pourt, Simon Parys
  • 1302 William Combmartyn, John de Burfforde
  • 1303 Roger Parys, John Lyncoln
  • 1304 Reginald Doderell, William Canfyn
  • 1305 Symon Bolet, Godfrey de la Conduyt
  • 1307 Nicholas Pygotte, Nygell Drury
  • 1308 Wyllyam Basynge, John Butler
  • 1309 James of St. Edmunde, Roger Palmer
  • 1310 Simon Cooper, Peter Blacknay
  • 1311 Simon Merwode, Rychard Wylforde
  • 1312 John Lambyn, Adam Lutekyn
  • 1313 Adam Burden, Hugh Gayton
  • 1314 Stephen of Abyngdone, Hamo de Chigwell
  • 1315 Hamonde Goodchepe, William Redynge
  • 1316 Wyllyam Caston, Rauffe Palmer
  • 1317 John Pryoure, Wylliam Furneux
  • 1318 John Pulteney, John Dallynge
  • 1319 Symon Abyngdon, John Preston
  • 1320 Reynolde at Conduit, William Prodham
  • 1321 Rychard Constantyne, Richard Hackeney
  • 1322 John de Grantham, Rycharde of Ely
  • 1323 Adam Salisbury, John of Oxenford
  • 1324 Benet of Fulham, John Causton
  • 1325 Gylbert Moordon, John Cotton, Symon Fraunces
  • 1326 Richard Rothing, Roger Chauntcler
  • 1327 Henry Darcey, John Hawteyne
  • 1328 Symon Fraunces, Henry Combmartyne
  • 1329 Rychard Lazar, Henry Gysors
  • 1330 Robert of Ely, Thomas Harwode
  • 1331 Johan Mockynge, Andrew Aubrey
  • 1332 Nicholas Pyke, Johan Husband
  • 1333 Johan Hamonde, Wylliam Hansarde
  • 1334 Johan Kyngston, Walter Turke
  • 1335 Walter Mordon, Richard Upton
  • 1336 Wyllyam Brykelsworth, In. Northall
  • 1336 John Clarke and William Curteis
  • 1337 Walter Neale, Nicholas Crane
  • 1338 Wylliam Pountfreyt, Hugh Marbre
  • 1339 Wylliam Thorney, Roger Forsham
  • 1340 Adam Lucas, Bartholomewe Morris
  • 1341 Richard Barkinge, John Rockyslec
  • 1342 John Lovekyn, Richard de Kislingbury
  • 1343 John Stewarde, John Aleysham
  • 1344 Geoffrey de Wychingham, Thomas Legge
  • 1345 Edmond Hempnall, John Glouceter
  • 1346 John Croydon, William Clopton
  • 1347 Adam Bramson, Richard Basingstoke
  • 1348 Henry Picard, Symond Dolsely
  • 1349 Adam Bury, Rauffe Lynne
  • 1350 John Notte, Wyllyam Worcestre
  • 1351 John Wroth, Gylbert Steynthorpe
  • 1352 John Pecche, Johan Stotley
  • 1353 John Wilde, Johan Lytell
  • 1354 William Notingham, Richard Smelt
  • 1355 Thomas Forster, Thomas Brandon
  • 1356 Richard Notingham, Thomas Dosell
  • 1357 Stephen Cavendisshe, Bartholemew Frestelyng
  • 1358 John Bernes, John Buryn
  • 1359 Symond de Benyngton, John de Chichester
  • 1360 Johan Denys, Walter Borney
  • 1261 Wyllyam Holbech, James Tame
  • 1362 John of St. Albanes, James Andrewes
  • 1363 Richard Croydon, Johan Hyltoste
  • 1364 Johan of Metforde, Symon de Mordon
  • 1365 John Bykylsworth, Johan Irelande
  • 1366 John Warde, Wyllyam Dykman
  • 1367 John Tergolde, William Dykman
  • 1368 Adam Wymbyngham, Robert Gyrdeler
  • 1369 Johan Pyell, Hugh Holdyche
  • 1370 William Walworth, Robert Gayton
  • 1371 Robert Hatfelde, Adam Stable
  • 1372 John Philpot, Nicholas Brembre
  • 1373 John Awbry, John Fysshyde
  • 1374 Sir Richard Lyons, Wylliam Wodhouse
  • 1375 John Hadley, Wylliam Newporte
  • 1376 Johan Northampton, Robert Launde
  • 1377 Andrew Pykman, Nicholas Twyford
  • 1378 John Boseham, Thomas Cornwaleys
  • 1379 John Heylesson, Wylliam Baret
  • 1380 Walter Doket, Wylliam Knyghthode
  • 1381 John Rote, Johan Hynde
  • 1382 John Sely, Adam Bamme
  • 1383 Symond Winchcombe, John More
  • 1384 Nicholas Ereton, John Fresshe
  • 1385 John Organ, Johan Churchman
  • 1386 William Standon, William More
  • 1387 Wyllyam Venour, Hughe Forstalfe
  • 1388 Thomas Austeyne, Adam Carllyll
  • 1389 Johan Walcot, Johan Loveney
  • 1390 Thomas Vynant, John Francis
  • 1391 John Shadworth, Henry Vaunere
  • 1392 Giibert Manfelde, Thomas Newyngtyn
  • 1393 Richard Whyttington, Drugo Barentyn
  • 1394 Wyllyam Brampton, Thomas Knollys
  • 1395 Roger Ellys, Johan Sheryngham
  • 1396 Thomas Wylforde, Wylliam Parker
  • 1397 William Askham, John Woodcock
  • 1398 Johan Wade, Johan Warner
  • 1399 William Walderne, William Hyde

15th centuryEdit

Sheriffs of London in the 15th century:[6]

  • 1400 Wyllyam Wakele, William Eliot
  • 1401 Wylliam Venour, William Fremyngham
  • 1402 Richard Marlowe, Robert Chichele
  • 1403 Thomas Fauconer, Thomas Poll
  • 1404 William Lowste, Stephen Spylman
  • 1405 Henry Barton, William Cromer
  • 1406 Nycholas Wootton, Godfrey Brooke
  • 1407 Henry Pomfret, Henry Hatton
  • 1408 Thomas Duke, William Norton
  • 1409 John Lawe, William Chycheley
  • 1410 John Penne, Thomas Pyke
  • 1411 John Reynwell, William Cotton
  • 1412 Rauf Levenham, William Sevenoke
  • 1413 John Sutton, John Michell
  • 1414 John Mychell, Thomas Aleyn
  • 1415 Aleyn Everard, Thomas Cambridge
  • 1416 Robert Whityngdon, John Coventry
  • 1417 Henry Rede, John Gedney
  • 1418 John Bryan, drowned and replaced by J. Parnasse, Rauf. Barton
  • 1419 Robert Whytingham, John Butler
  • 1420 Johan Boteler, William Welles
  • 1421 Richard Gosselyn, William Weston
  • 1422 William Eastfeld, Robert Tatersale
  • 1423 Nycholas James, Thomas Wadeforde
  • 1424 Symon Seman, John Bywater
  • 1425 Wylliam Mylred, John Brokley
  • 1426 John Arnold, Johan Highman
  • 1427 Henry Frowick, Robert Ottele
  • 1428 Thomas Duffhouse, Rauffe Holand
  • 1429 Johan Ruse, Rauffe Holand
  • 1430 Water Chertsey, Robert Large
  • 1431 John Atherley, Stephen Browne
  • 1432 John Olney, Johan Paddysley
  • 1433 Thomas Chalton, Johan Lynge
  • 1434 Thomas Bernwell, Simon Eyre
  • 1435 Thomas Chatworth, Robert Clopton
  • 1436 Thomas Marsted, William Gregory
  • 1437 Wylliam Chapman, Wylliam Halys
  • 1438 Hugh Dyke, Nicholas Yeo
  • 1439 Robert Markhall, Phylyp Malpas
  • 1440 John Sutton, William Whetenhall
  • 1441 William Cumbys, Richard Ryche
  • 1442 Thomas Beaumont, Richard Nordon
  • 1443 Nicholas Wyfold, Johan Norman
  • 1444 Stephen Foster, Hugh Wyche
  • 1445 John Derby, Geoffrey Fielding
  • 1446 Robert Horne, Geoffrey Boleyn
  • 1447 Wylliam Abraham, Thomas Scot
  • 1448 Wylliam Cantlow, William Marlowe
  • 1449 William Hewlyn, Thomas Canynges
  • 1450 John Mydylton, Wyllyam Dere
  • 1451 Matthew Philip, Christofer Marton
  • 1452 Richard Leigh, Richarde Alley
  • 1453 Johan Walden, Thomas Cooke
  • 1454 Johan Felde, William Taillour
  • 1455 John Yonge, Thomas Oulgrave
  • 1456 Johan Steward, Ralph Verney
  • 1457 Wyllyam Edward, Thomas Reyner
  • 1458 Ralph Josselyn, Richard Nedeham
  • 1459 Johan Plummer, Wyllyam Stocker
  • 1460 Rychard Hemynge, Johan Lambarde
  • 1461 John Lok, George Irelande
  • 1462 William Hampton, Bartholomew James
  • 1463 Robert Basset, Thomas Muschamp
  • 1464 John Tate, Johan Stone
  • 1465 Sir Henry Wavyr, James Constantyne
  • 1466 Johan Brown, Henry Bryce, died and replaced by John Stockton
  • 1467 Humphrey Heyford, Thomas Stalbroke
  • 1468 William Heriot, Symond de Smyth
  • 1469 Robert Drope, Richard Gardyner
  • 1470 John Crosby, John Warde
  • 1471 John Alleyn, John Shelley
  • 1472 John Browne, Thomas Bledlow
  • 1473 William Stoker, Robert Billesdon
  • 1474 Edmund Shaa, Thomas Hill
  • 1475 Hugh Bryce, Robert Colwych
  • 1476 Richard Rawson, William Horne
  • 1477 John Stocker, Henry Colet
  • 1478 Robert Hardynge, Robert Byfelde
  • 1479 Thomas Ilam, John Warde
  • 1480 William Danyell, William Bacon
  • 1481 Robert Tate, William Wyking, Richard Chawrey
  • 1482 William White, John Mathew
  • 1483 Thomas Norlond, William Martyn
  • 1484 Richard Chestir, Thomas Bretayn, Ralph Astrie
  • 1485 Robert Tate, John Tate
  • 1486 Hugh Clopton, John Percival
  • 1487 Johan Fenkyll, William Remyngton
  • 1488 William Isaak, Rauf Tilney
  • 1489 William Capel, John Brooke
  • 1490 Henry Coote, Robert Revell, Hugh Pemberton
  • 1491 Thomas Wood, William Browne
  • 1492 William Purchas, William Walbek
  • 1493 Robert Fabyan, John Wyngar
  • 1494 Nicholas Ailwyn, Johan Warner
  • 1495 Thomas Kneesworth, Henry Somyr
  • 1496 John Shaa, Richard Haddon
  • 1497 Bartholomew Reade, Thomas Wyndowght
  • 1498 Thomas Bradbury, Stephen Jenyns
  • 1499 James Wilforde, Rychard Brond

16th centuryEdit

Sheriffs of London in the 16th century:[7]

17th centuryEdit

Sheriffs of London in the 17th century:[7]

18th centuryEdit

 
Stephen Sayre, Sheriff of the City of London 1773

Sheriffs of London in the 18th century:[9]

19th centuryEdit

Sheriffs of the City of LondonEdit

19th centuryEdit

20th centuryEdit

21st centuryEdit

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

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