High Sheriff of Pembrokeshire

High Sheriff of Pembrokeshire

This is a list of High Sheriffs of Pembrokeshire.

List of Sheriffs

*1543: Sir John Wogan, of Wiston
*1554: Sir John Wogan, of Wiston
*1566: John Wogan, of Boulston
*1567: John Wogan, of Wiston (grandson of Sir John Wogan)
*1572: John Wogan, of Wiston
*1574: John Wogan, of Boulston
*1584: John Wogan, of Boulston
*1598: John Wogan, of Boulston
*1606: Sir John Wogan, of Boulston (son of John Wogan of Boulston)
*1630: Sir John Wogan, of Boulston
*1636: Sir John Wogan, of Wiston (grandson of John Wogan of Wiston)cite web|url=http://wbo.llgc.org.uk/en/s-WOGA-PEN-1250.html|title=Wogan families, Pembrokeshire|last=Charles|first=Bertie George|work=Welsh Biography Online|publisher=National Library of Wales|accessdate=2008-09-10]
*1648: Abraham Wogan, of Boulston (grandson of Sir John Wogan of Boulston)
*1672: Lewis Wogan, of Boulston (son of Abraham Wogan)
*1830: Anthony Abel Gower, of Kilderweon was initially appointed, [LondonGazette|issue=18652|startpage=257|endpage=258|date=2 February 1830|accessdate=2008-09-29] but was replaced by George Clayton Roch, of Clareston [LondonGazette|issue=18659|startpage=413|date=26 February 1830|accessdate=2008-09-29]
*1831: John Mirehouse, of Brownslade was initially appointed, [LondonGazette|issue=18772|startpage=194|endpage=195|date=1 February 1831|accessdate=2008-09-29] but was replaced by Morgan Jones, of Kilwendeage [LondonGazette|issue=18779|startpage=361|date=25 February 1831|accessdate=2008-09-29]
*1832: David Davies, of Caernachernwen [LondonGazette|issue=18900|startpage=254|endpage=255|date=6 February 1832|accessdate=2008-09-29]
*1833: John Henry Philipps, of Williamston [LondonGazette|issue=19019|startpage=246|date=5 February 1833|accessdate=2008-09-29]
*1834: John Barham, of Trecoon [LondonGazette|issue=19125|startpage=206|date=4 February 1834|accessdate=2008-01-28]
*1835: Nicholas Roch, of Cocheston [LondonGazette|issue=19238|startpage=235|endpage=236|date=9 February 1835|accessdate=2008-09-29]
*1836: Charles Wheeler Townsend Webb Bowen, of Camrose [LondonGazette|issue=19353|startpage=223|endpage=224|date=5 February 1836|accessdate=2008-09-29]
*1837: John Adams, of Holyland [LondonGazette|issue=19462|startpage=232|endpage=233|date=31 January 1837|accessdate=2008-09-29]
*1838: John Colby, of Fynone [LondonGazette|issue=19586|startpage=232|date=2 February 1838|accessdate=2008-09-29]
*1839: Gilbert William Warren Davis, of Mullock [LondonGazette|issue=19704|startpage=214|date=5 February 1839|accessdate=2008-09-29]
*1840: Richard Llewellyn, of Tregwynt [LondonGazette|issue=19819|startpage=197|endpage=198|date=31 January 1840|accessdate=2008-02-14]
*1841: George Roch, of Butterhill [LondonGazette|issue=19948|startpage=303|endpage=304|date=5 February 1841|accessdate=2008-02-14]
*1842: Robert Frederick Gower, of Glandofan [LondonGazette|issue=20067|startpage=285|endpage=286|date=4 February 1842|accessdate=2008-02-14]
*1843: George Lort Phillips, of Dumpledale [LondonGazette|issue=20192|startpage=371|endpage=372|date=1 February 1843|accessdate=2008-02-14]
*1862: James Bevan Bowen [BOWEN, James Bevan’, Who Was Who, A & C Black, 1920–2007; online edn, Oxford University Press, Dec 2007 [http://www.ukwhoswho.com/view/article/oupww/whowaswho/U183960, accessed 30 Aug 2008] ]
*1886: Lieut-Col Richard W.B. Mirehouse [Richard Walter Byrd Mirehouse was the son of Richard Walter Byrd Levett of Milford Hall, Staffordshire, and took the name of his mother's Mirehouse family of Angle.] [ [http://books.google.com/books?id=qSoaAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA198&lpg=PA198&dq=keppel+levett&source=web&ots=LS7EYUfgGL&sig=im6Vna8a1mkwE0Pw0-3PCthakvY&hl=en&sa=X&oi=book_result&resnum=8&ct=result#PPA226,M1 An Index to Changes of Name, W. P. W. Phillimore, Phillimore & Co., London, 1905] ] of Angle (1849-1914) [‘MIREHOUSE, Lieut-Col Richard Walter Byrd’, Who Was Who, A & C Black, 1920–2007; online edn, Oxford University Press, Dec 2007 [http://www.ukwhoswho.com/view/article/oupww/whowaswho/U188999, accessed 30 Aug 2008] ]



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