High Sheriff of Humberside

The High Sheriff of Humberside was a High Sheriff title which was in existence from 1974 until 1996, covering Humberside, England.cite book | last = Omerod | first =W.M. | | title =The Lord Lieutenants & High Sheriffs of Yorkshire 1066-2000| publisher =Department of History of the University of York| date = 2000 | url =http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/index.php?product_id=423| isbn = 1871647746]

The county of Humberside was formed from most of the East Riding of Yorkshire and parts of Lincolnshire in 1974 by the Local Government Act 1972 and was served by its own High Sheriff, replacing the High Sheriff of Yorkshire and High Sheriff of Lincolnshire. The county was abolished in 1996 and since that time various parts have been merged into the High Sheriff of the East Riding of Yorkshire and High Sheriff of Lincolnshire titles.

Below is a list of the sheriffs.

List of High Sheriffs

* 1974-1975 John Godfrey Fisher
* 1975-1976 Rupert Alexander Alec-Smith
* 1976-1977 Richard Anthony Bethell
* 1977-1978 Norman Jackson
* 1978-1979 Angus Jermey Christopher Hildyard
* 1979-1980 John Raleigh Charles Joseph Chichester-Constable
* 1980-1981 Richard Anthony Bellamy
* 1981-1982 Stephen Hargreaves Hall
* 1982-1983 Robert Leslie Holtby
* 1983-1984 David Ernest Addison
* 1984-1985 James Gordon Gordon
* 1985-1986 Joseph Henry Goodhart
* 1986-1987 William Frank Somerville Letten
* 1987-1988 Peter Bentham Oughtred
* 1988-1989 Sir Ian Godfrey Bosville Macdonald, 17th Baronet
* 1989-1990 John Ellerker Spilman
* 1990-1991 Geoffrey Alan Marr
* 1991-1992 Richard Marriot
* 1992-1993 John Westland Anthony Clugston
* 1993-1994 Peter William Barker
* 1994-1995 Thomas Wilson Boyd
* 1995-1996 Frank Alan Flear

References

External links

* [http://www.highsheriffs.com/SHR02.HTM HighSheriffs.com]


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