High Sheriff of Warwickshire - 20th Century

20th Century

  • 1901: Henry Leigh Townshend, of Caldecote Hall, Nuneaton
  • 1902: Frederick Ernest Muntz, of Umberslade Hall, Birmingham
  • 1903: Arthur Lucas Chance, of Great Alne House, Alcester
  • 1904: Thomas Arthur Motion of Chadshunt, near Kineton
  • 1905: Henry Herbert Coldwell Horsfall, of Penns Hall, Sutton Coldfield
  • 1906: Sir William Jaffray of Skilts, near Studley
  • 1907: James B. Dugdale, of Wroxall Abbey, Warwick
  • 1908: Albert Cay of Woodside, Kenilworth
  • 1909: Frederick James Shaw of Bourton Hall, near Rugby
  • 1910: Lord Algernon Malcolm Arthur Percy, of Guys Cliffe, Warwick
  • 1911: William Francis Stratford Dugdale, FSA, of Merevale Hall, Atherstone
  • 1912: Sir Walter Newton Fisher, of Lawnfield, Edgbaston, Birmingham
  • 1913: Captain Sir Francis Ernest Waller, 4th Baronet
  • 1914: Colonel William FitzThomas Wyley
  • 1915: Thomas Owen Lloyd of The Priory, Warwick
  • 1916: John Arthur James of Coton House, Churchover
  • 1917: Andrew Richard Motion of Upton House, Banbury
  • 1918: George Frederick Jackson of Springfield House, Knowle
  • 1919: Hon. Edmund William Parker of Westfield House, near Rugby
  • 1920: James Rollason of Hampton Manor, Hampton in Arden
  • 1921: Sir Gerald Francis Stewkley Shuckburgh Bt of Shuckburgh Hall
  • 1922: Colonel Herbert Hall Mullinger of Clifton Court, Rugby
  • 1923: Ludford Charles Docker of Alveston Leys, near Stratford on Avon
  • 1924: Robert Darley Guiness of Wootton Hall, Warwickshire, Wootton Wawen
  • 1925: Lt Col. James Henry Coldwell-Horsfall of Northumberland House, Leamington Spa
  • 1926: Charles Ivor Phipson Smith-Ryland of Barford Hill.
  • 1927: John Alfred Watson of Chadwick Manor, Knowle.
  • 1928: Capt. Gerald Douglas E. Muntz, DL, JP of Umberslade Hall
  • 1929: Major A. W. Huntington of Wellesbourne House.
  • 1930: Brig.-Gen. E. A. Wiggin, DSO of Greys Mallory, near Warwick.
  • 1931: Geoffrey Bird of Blythe Hall, Widney Manor.
  • 1932: John Davenport Siddeley, CBE FRAeS of Crackley Hall, Kenilworth
  • 1933: Sir Charles Hyde, Baronet, OBE of The Moat, Berkswell
  • 1934: Lt. Colonel Charles Joshua Hirst Wheatley of Berkswell Hall
  • 1935: Captn. Harold Stanley Cayzer of Dunchurch Lodge
  • 1936: Frank Noel Horton of Idlicote House, Shipston on Stour
  • 1937: Sir Samuel Hanson Rowbotham Kt. of Brooke Hill, Isle of Wight
  • 1938: Graham Baron Ash of Packwood House, Hockley Heath
  • 1939: Sir Frederick Charles Maitland Freake Bt. of the Old Manor House, Halford
  • 1940: Sir John Bedford Burman Kt of Tibbington House, Edgbaston
  • 1941: Lt.-Col. Graham Beauchamp Coxeter Rees Mogg of Clifford Manor
  • 1942: Colonel Sir Charles Richard Henry Wiggin, 3rd Baronet, of Honington Hall, Shipston-on-Stour
  • 1943: Captain Oliver Bird, MC of The Chase, Bentley Heath, Knowle
  • 1944: Lt Col Cyril Davenport Siddeley of Crackley Hall, Kenilworth
  • 1945: Sir Harry Vincent Kt. of Priory Dene, Edgbaston.
  • 1946: Sir Ernest Robert Canning, JP, DL, of The Grey House, Handsworth
  • 1947: Robert Grosvenor Perry of Barton House, Moreton in Marsh.
  • 1948: Kenneth Macomb Chance of Radford Manor, near Leamington Spa.
  • 1949: Philip Stanley Rendall of Bridge House, Hunningham
  • 1950: Colonel Reginald John Cash, CBE MC TD, of Walcote, Blackdown, Leamington Spa
  • 1951: Walford Hollier Turner, JP, of Holmwood, Somerset Road, Edgbaston
  • 1952: Sir Edward William Salt, of Avon Hurst, Tiddington, Stratford-upon-Avon
  • 1953: Lt.-Col. Gerard Thomas S. Horton, MC
  • 1954: Brigadier Ralph Charles Matthews of Toft House, Dunchurch, near Rugby
  • 1955: George Tom Mills of Park House, Park Hill, Kenilworth
  • 1956: Major George Frederick D. Wade, CBE
  • 1957: Lt.-Col. George John Walford Turner, MC, TD, JP, DL, of Westfield Road, Edgbaston
  • 1958: John Charles Burman, DL, JP, of Packwood Hall, Hockley Heath, Solihull
  • 1959: Major John Walter Mills of Kenilworth Road, Coventry
  • 1960: Edward George Walpole-Brown of Halford Manor, Shipston-on-Stour
  • 1961: John Ludford Docker of Alveston Hill Farm near Stratford upon Avon
  • 1962: Lieut.-Colonel John Bernard Challen of Kington Grange, Claverdon, Warwick
  • 1963: Arthur Chamberlain, of Wellington Road, Edgbaston
  • 1964: William Michael Maddocks of Kenilworth Road, Coventry
  • 1965: Sir Charles Gerald Stewkley Shuckburgh, 12th Baronet, TD, of Shuckburgh Hall, Daventry
  • 1966: Victor William Oubridge, of Wasperton House, Warwick
  • 1967: Charles Mortimer Tollemache Smith-Ryland, of Sherbourne Park, Warwick
  • 1968: Frederick Devereux Muntz, of The Leasowes, Tanworth-in-Arden
  • 1969: Hugh Kenrick, MA, of Farquhar Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham
  • 1970: Captain Francis Humphrey Maurice FitzRoy Newdegate, of Arbury Hall, Nuneaton
  • 1971: Captain Sir William Stratford Dugdale, 2nd Baronet, MC, JP, DL, of Blyth Hall, Coleshill
  • 1972: Eric Lionel Claridge, O.B.E. of Valleyfields,Offchurch, near Leamington Spa.
  • 1973: Captain J. W. Alston-Roberts-West, of Alscot Park, Stratford-upon-Avon
  • 1974: Captain Charles B. Fetherston-Dilke of Maxstoke Castle.
  • 1975: Barry Gillitt
  • 1976: Major Sir John H. Wiggin, MC, Baronet of Honington Hall, Shipston on Stour.
  • 1977: Major Rupert B. Kettle
  • 1978: The Hon. Henry Anthony Feilding of The Manor House, Pailton, Rugby
  • 1979: George Ludford Docker of Alveston Hill, near Stratford upon Avon
  • 1980: Joseph Fitzwilliam Carvell, of Oak Grange, Leamington Spa.
  • 1981: Dennis Lowndes Flower, of Ilmington Manor, Shipston-on-Stour
  • 1982: Martin Dunne, of Chadshunt, Kineton
  • 1983: Robert Peter Richard Iliffe
  • 1984: Hamish L. Gray-Cheape
  • 1985: James Lionel Malin Graham of Gable House, Offchurch, Leamington Spa
  • 1986: Christopher B. Holman
  • 1987: Patrick Robert Doyne, of Woodlands, Idlicote, Shipston-on-Stour.
  • 1988: Miss Elizabeth Creak
  • 1989: David Colin Rutherford, of the Old Rectory, Ladbroke, Leamington Spa
  • 1990: John Davenport Siddeley Ainscow
  • 1991: Major Richard Patrick Gordon Dill
  • 1992: Major Bristow Charles Bovill
  • 1993: Donald Charles Wasdell
  • 1994: Henry David Warriner
  • 1995: Stephen Geoffrey Evans
  • 1996: Major John Waddington Oakes
  • 1997: The Hon. Lady Butler
  • 1998: David John Barnes, Kington Grange, Claverdon
  • 1999: Michael C. Fetherston-Dilke of Maxstoke Castle.

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