High Sheriff of Glamorgan - 19th Century

19th Century

  • 1800 Robet Jenner of Wenvoe
  • 1801 Llewelyn Traherne of St.Hilary replaced by Robert Jones of Fonmon
  • 1802 Richard Mansel Philips of Sketty Hall, Swansea
  • 1803 John Morris of Clasemont
  • 1804 Richard Turbervill Picton of Ewenny
  • 1805 Thomas Markham of Nash Manor, Cowbridge
  • 1806 Anthony Bacon of Cyfaryhfa, Merthyr Tydfil
  • 1807 George Winch of Clemenston
  • 1808 Hon. William Booth Grey of Dyffryn, St.Nicholas replaced by John Nathaniel Miers of Cadoxton-juxta-Neath
  • 1809 Sir Jeremiah Homfray of Llandaff House
  • 1810 Thomas Lockwood of Dan-y-Graig, Swansea
  • 1811 Sir Robert Lynch Blosse, Baronet of Gabalfa, Llandaff
  • 1812 Morgan Popkin Traherne of Coytrahen
  • 1813 William Jones of Corntown Lodge, Ewenny
  • 1814 Hon. William Booth Grey of Dyffryn, St.Nicholas
  • 1815 William Tait of Cardiff (died in office)
  • 1816 Henry John Grant, of Gnoll Castle, replaced by Richard John Hill, of Plymouth Lodge, Merthyr Tydfil
  • 1817 Thomas Bates Rous of Cwrtyrala, Michaelston-le-Pit
  • 1818 Lewis Weston Dillwyn of Sketty Hall
  • 1819 Josiah John Guest of Dowlais House, Merhyr Tydfil
  • 1820 Richard Blakemore of Velindre, Whitchurch
  • 1821 William Forman of Peydarren, Merthyr Tydfil
  • 1822 Sir John Morris, 2nd Baronet of Bryn & Sketty Park, Swansea
  • 1823 John Edwards of Rheola, Resolven
  • 1824 John Bassett of Bonvilston
  • 1825 John Bennet of Laleston
  • 1826 Thomas Edward Thomas of Swansea
  • 1827 John Henry Vivian of Marino, Swansea
  • 1828 Robert Francis Jenner of Wenvoe
  • 1829 William Crawshay the younger, of Cyfathfa Castle, Merthyr Tydfil
  • 1830 William Williams, of Aberpergwm
  • 1831: Richard Hoare Jenkins, of Lanharran
  • 1832: Frederick Fredricks, of Duffryn
  • 1833: Richard Turberville Turberville, of Ewenny Abbey
  • 1834: Henry John Grant, of Gnoll Castle
  • 1835: John Dillwyn Llewellyn, of Penllergare
  • 1836: Thomas Penrice, of Kilvrough
  • 1837: Howel Gwyn, of Alltwen
  • 1838: Nash Vaughan Edwards-Vaughan, of Lanelay, was initially appointed, but was replaced by Howel Gwyn, of Alltwen, who was in turn superseded by Robert Oliver Jones, of Fonmon Castle
  • 1839: Charles Henry Smith, of Gwernllwynwyth
  • 1840: Michael Williams, of Morfa
  • 1841: Joseph Martin, of Ynystawe
  • 1842: Henry Lucas, of Uplands
  • 1843: John Homfray, of Llandaff-House
  • 1844: John Bruce Pryce, of Duffryn
  • 1845: Robert Savours, of Trecastle
  • 1846: Richard Franklen, of Clementston
  • 1847: Nash Vaughan Edwards-Vaughan, of Rheola
  • 1848: Thomas William Booker, of Velindra
  • 1849: Robert Boteler, of Llandough Castle and Maesmawr
  • 1850: Rowland Fothergill, of Hensol Castle
  • 1851: Gervas Powell Turbervill, of Ewenny Abbey, Bridgend
  • 1852: Griffith Llewellyn, of Baglan Hall
  • 1853: Richard Hill Miers, of Ynispenllwch
  • 1854: William Llewellyn, of Courtcolman
  • 1855: Wyndham William Lewis, of the Heath, near Cardiff
  • 1856: John Samuel, of Newton House
  • 1857: Evan Williams, of Duffryn-frwd
  • 1858: Henry Lewis, of Green Meadow
  • 1859: Charles Crofts Williams, of Roath Court
  • 1860: George Grey Rous, of Court-y-ralla
  • 1861: Edward Robert Wood, of Stouthall
  • 1862: Sir Ivor Guest, 2nd Baronet, of Sully House
  • 1863: John Popkin Traherne, of Coytrahene
  • 1864: Robert Francis Lascelles Jenner, of Wenvoe Castle
  • 1865: Thomas William Booker, of Velindra
  • 1866: William Graham Vivian of Singleton, near Swansea
  • 1867: Thomas Penrice, of Kilvrough House, near Swansea
  • 1868: George Thomas Clark, of Talygarn
  • 1869: Edward Romilly, of Porthkerry
  • 1870: George Williams Griffiths Thomas, of Coedriglan
  • 1871: Vaughan Hanning Lee, of Lanelay, near Pontypridd
  • 1872: Charles Henry Williams of Roath Court, Cardiff
  • 1873: Francis Edmund Stacey of Llandough-juxta-Cowbridge
  • 1874: John Whitlock Nicholl Carne of St.Donats
  • 1875: Morgan Stuart Williams of Aberpergwm
  • 1876: Thomas Picton Turbervill of Ewenny
  • 1877: Herbert Lloyd of Plas Cilybebyll
  • 1878: John Talbot Dillwyn Llewellyn
  • 1879: Richard Knight Prochard of Graig Avon, Taibach
  • 1880: John Trevillian Jenkins of Swansea
  • 1881: John Crow Richardson of Swansea
  • 1882: Sir Joseph Layton Elmes Spearman, 2nd Baronet of Lanelay, Pomtyclun
  • 1883: Lt-Genl. Henry Roxley Benson of Fairy Hill, Gower
  • 1884: John Cole Nicholl of Merthyr Mawr
  • 1885: Lt-Col. Edward Stock Hill of Rookwood, Llandaff
  • 1886: Lt-Col Charles Richard Franklen of Clemenston
  • 1887: Tudor Crawshay of Bonvilston
  • 1888: John Henry Rowland of Ffrwd Vale, Neath
  • 1889: John Jones Jenkins
  • 1890: Frederick Lewis Davis, of Bryndderwen, Ferndale
  • 1891: Edward Rice Daniel, of Cwmgelly, near Swansea
  • 1892: Arthur Gilbertson, of Glanrhyd,Pontardawe
  • 1893: Robert Forrest, of St. Fagans, Cardiff
  • 1894: Morgan Bransby Williams, of Killay, near Swansea
  • 1895: Ralph Thurstan Bassett, of Grossways, Cowbridge,
  • 1896: Colonel John Picton Turbervill of Ewenny Priory, Bridgend
  • 1897: Godfrey Lewis Clark, of Talygarn, Pontyclun
  • 1898: Thomas Roe Thompson, of Erw'r Delyn, near Penarth,
  • 1899: John Illtyd Dillwyn Nicholl of Merthyr Mawr, Bridgend

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