High Sheriff of North Yorkshire

The High Sheriff of North Yorkshire is a current High Sheriff title which has existed since 1974.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] For around 1,000 years the entire area of Yorkshire was covered by a single High Sheriff of Yorkshire. After the Local Government Act 1972 the title was split to cover several newly created counties, including North Yorkshire.

Below is a list of the sheriffs.

List of High Sheriffs

* 1974-1975 Montague Charles Warcop Peter Consett
* 1975-1976 David Rimington Tetley
* 1976-1977 Nigel Colin Forbes Adam
* 1977-1978 Frank Wilson Furness
* 1978-1979 Robert Edward John Compton
* 1979-1980 Lord Martin Fitzalan Howard
* 1980-1981 Peter Noel Leetham Terry
* 1981-1982 Francis Edward Hudson
* 1982-1983 Sir William Marcus John Worsley, 1st Baronet
* 1983-1984 Peter Bell
* 1984-1985 Anthony Thomas Preston
* 1985-1986 Michael Thomas Barstow
* 1986-1987 Marmaduke Charles Astey Wyvill
* 1987-1988 John Harold Vick Sutcliffe
* 1988-1989 Edward Christopher York
* 1989-1990 The Hon. Richard Nicholas Crossley
* 1990-1991 Valerie Anne Worthington
* 1991-1992 Sir John Bruce Woollacott Ropner, 2nd Baronet
* 1992-1993 The Hon. Sir Richard Storey, 2nd Baronet
* 1993-1994 Michael David Abrahams
* 1994-1995 Richard Edward Howard-Vyse
* 1995-1996 The Hon. Simon Bartholomew Geoffrey Howard
* 1996-1997 John Leslie Charles Pratt
* 1997-1998 Anthoy Guy Swaine Chisenhale-Marsh
* 1998-1999 Lady Clarissa Collin
* 1999-2000 Andrew Vavasour Hudson
* 2000-2001 The Hon. Gerald Christopher Turton
* 2001-2002
* 2002-2003 Mark Singleton Evans [ [http://www.rotundamuseum.org.uk/about/trustees.html The Rotunda Museum: Trustees ] ]
* 2003-2004
* 2004-2005
* 2005-2006
* 2006-2007
* 2007-2008 P.W. Ingham [http://www.highsheriffs.com/SHR03.HTM]
* 2008-2009 C.W. Robson [ [http://www.shrievalty-association.org.uk/Counties/NorthYorkshire.htm The High Sheriff of North Yorkshire - Home ] ]

References

External links

* [http://www.highsheriffs.com/SHR02.HTM HighSheriffs.com]
* [http://www.highsheriffs.com/Counties/NorthYorkshire.htm High Sheriff of North Yorkshire]


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