High Sheriffs

The Queen yesterday pricked the names of the following to serve as High Sheriffs in England and Wales for the year 1995:

ENGLAND (except Cornwall)

Avon: James Napier Tidmarsh. Bedfordshire: Brian Guy Woodrow. Berkshire: Sir William Richard Benyon. Buckinghamshire: Sir Henry Egerton Aubrey- Fletcher Bt. Cambridgeshire: Mrs Margaret Elspeth Thomas. Cheshire: John Michael Pickering. Cleveland: The Hon David John Dugdale. Cumbria: Hugh William Lawson.

Derbyshire: John Maddox Morgan-Owen. Devon: James Humphrey George Woollcombe. Dorset: John Derek Wrighton. Durham: Robert Sale. East Sussex: Alan Alfred Michael Mays-Smith. Essex: Christopher Ferens Pertwee. Gloucestershire: Frederick Hugh Philip Hamilton Wills.

Greater London: Graham James Hearne. Greater Manchester: Major Edmund Travis Cartside. Hampshire: Commander Miles James Rivett-Carnac. Hereford and Worcester: Hugh Bernard Derbyshire. Hertfordshire: Nicholas Guy Halsey. Humberside: Frank Alan Flear. Isle of Wight: John James Woodward Attrill. Kent: Robin John Baker White. Lancashire: Ralph William Goodall. Leicestershire: Joseph Cowen. Lincolnshire: David Kenneth Baker

Merseyside: Anthony Wilson Shone. Norfolk: John Oliver Charles Birkbeck. Northamptonshire: James Mackaness. Northumberland: Anthony Russell Wood. North Yorkshire: The Hon Simon Bartholomew Geoffrey Howard. Nottinghamshire: George Edmund Peter Thornhill. Oxford: John Stuart Bridgeman.Shropshire: Nicholas Edward Egerton Stephens. Somerset: Roy Scrymgeour Graham Hewett. South Yorkshire: Peter Wilton Lee. Staffordshire: Joanna Mary Monckton. Suffolk: Sir Richard William Hyde Parker. Surrey: Lady Hamilton of Dalzell.

Tyne and Wear: Dr Alan William Lillington. Warwickshire: Stephen Geoffrey Evans. West Midlands: Professor Sir Frederick William Crawford. West Sussex: Hugh Rowland Wyatt. West Yorkshire: Edward Neil Pullan. Wiltshire: David John Randolph.

WALES

Clwyd: William Field Glazebrook. Dyfed: Ieuan Wyn Jones. Gwent: Richard John Cleeve. Gwynedd: William Wyn Roberts. Mid Glamorgan: Byron Frederick Butler. Powys: Peter English. South Glamorgan: John Wynford Evans. West Glamorgan: John Duart Willard Maclean.

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