High Sheriff of Carmarthenshire

High Sheriff of Carmarthenshire

This is a list of High Sheriffs of Carmarthenshire.

List of Sheriffs

*1620: Henry Vaughan of Derwydd [ [http://yba.llgc.org.uk/en/s-VAUG-GEL-1500.html Welsh Biography Online] ]
*1686: Richard Mansell [LondonGazette | issue=2094 | startpage=2 | date=1685-12-10]
*1716: Sir Charles Lloyd, 1st Baronet [cite web|url=http://wbo.llgc.org.uk/en/s-LLOY-MAE-1585.html| title=Lloyd family, of Maesyfelin, Cards. | last=James| first=Mary Auronwy |work=Welsh Biography Online |publisher=National Library of Wales |accessdate=2008-09-23]
*1830: Rees Goring Thomas, of Llanen [LondonGazette|issue=18652|startpage=257|endpage=258|date=2 February 1830|accessdate=2008-09-21]
*1831: Edward Hamyln Adams, of Middleton Hall [LondonGazette|issue=18772|startpage=194|endpage=195|date=1 February 1831|accessdate=2008-09-21]
*1832: John Lavallin Puxley, of Lletherlleestry [LondonGazette|issue=18900|startpage=254|endpage=255|date=6 February 1832|accessdate=2008-09-21] [LondonGazette|issue=18907|startpage=413|date=24 February 1832|accessdate=2008-09-21]
*1833: David Lewis, of Stradey [LondonGazette|issue=19019|startpage=246|date=5 February 1833|accessdate=2008-09-21]
*1834: John Lloyd Price, of Glangwilly [LondonGazette|issue=19125|startpage=206|date=4 February 1834|accessdate=2008-02-14]
*1835: Edward Rose Tunno, of Llangenneck Park [LondonGazette|issue=19238|startpage=235|endpage=236|date=9 February 1835|accessdate=2008-09-21]
*1836: Richard Jannion Neville, of Llanelly [LondonGazette|issue=19353|startpage=223|endpage=224|date=5 February 1836|accessdate=2008-09-21]
*1837: William Henry Wilson, of Pen-y-coed [LondonGazette|issue=19462|startpage=232|endpage=233|date=31 January 1837|accessdate=2008-09-21]
*1838: Howel Gwyn, of Blaensawdde [LondonGazette|issue=19586|startpage=232|date=2 February 1838|accessdate=2008-09-21]
*1839: John Edward Saunders, of Glanrhydw [LondonGazette|issue=19704|startpage=214|date=5 February 1839|accessdate=2008-09-21]
*1840: John Lloyd Price, of Glangwilly [LondonGazette|issue=19819|startpage=197|endpage=198|date=31 January 1840|accessdate=2008-02-14]
*1841: John Walters Philipps, of Aberglasney [LondonGazette|issue=19948|startpage=303|endpage=304|date=5 February 1841|accessdate=2008-02-14]
*1842: William Phillips, of Waun iago [LondonGazette|issue=20067|startpage=285|endpage=286|date=4 February 1842|accessdate=2008-02-14] [LondonGazette|issue=20080|startpage=690|date=11 March 1842|accessdate=2008-02-29]
*1843: William Peel, of Taliaris [LondonGazette|issue=20210|startpage=1109|date=4 April 1843|accessdate=2008-02-14]
*1891: John Carbery Taughan Pryse-Rice, of Llwynybrain, Llandovery [LondonGazette|issue=26146|startpage=1653|date=24 March 1891|accessdate=2008-02-11]


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