List of bailiffs of Guernsey

The Bailiwick of Guernsey is a British crown dependency off the coast of France.

This is a list of holders of the post of Bailiff of Guernsey.

13th century (1 to 9)

  • Hugh de Trubleville (1270–1277)
  • William de St Remi (1278–1281)
  • Raynald de Ashwell (1282–1287)
  • William de St Remi (1288–1291)
  • William de St Remi (1292–1296)
  • Sir Nicholas de Cheney (1297)
  • Peter Le Marchant (1298)
  • Radulph de Gand (1299)
  • Robert Comberwell (1300)

14th century (10 to 39)

  • Radulph de Haverland (1301)
  • John de Newent (1302)
  • Radulph Gaultier (1303)
  • Peter Le Marchant (1304)
  • Massey de la Court (1305–1309)
  • James de Vinchelez (1310)
  • Robert Le Gay (1311–1312)
  • Walter de la Hogue (1313–1314)
  • Massey de la Court (1315–1316)
  • Peter Le Marchant (1317)
  • Massey de la Court (1318)
  • Robert Le Gay (1319)
  • Radulph Gaultier (1320)
  • John Le Marchant (1321)
  • James de Vinchelez (1322)
  • William Le Petit (1323)
  • William de Souslemont (1324)
  • William Le Petit (1325)
  • Peter de Garis[1] (1326)
  • Henry de St Martin (1327)
  • Radulph Le Gay (1328)
  • Radulph Cokerel (1329)
  • Geoffrey de la Hogue (1330)
  • Thomas d'Esterfield (1331)
  • Radulph Le Gay (1332–1339)
  • John de la Lande (1340–1346)
  • John de la Lande (1347–1356)
  • John Le Marchant (1357–1383)
  • John Nicholas[1] (1384–1386)
  • Gervase de Clermont[1] (1387–1411)

15th century (40 to 49)

  • James Cocquerel[1] (1412–1432)
  • Thomas de la Court (1433–1445)
  • John Henry[1] (1446–1447)
  • William Cartier[1] (1447–1465)
  • Thomas de la Court[1] (1466–1469)
  • Peter de Beauvoir[1] (1470–1479)
  • Edmund de Cheney (1480–1481)
  • Nicholas Fouaschin[1] (1481–1482)
  • John Blondel[1] (1483–1498)
  • John Martin[1] (1499–1510)

16th century (50 to 57)

  • James Guille[1] (1511–1537)
  • Thomas Compton[1] (1538–1544)
  • John Haryvell[1] (1545–1549)
  • Hellier Gosselin[1] (1549–1562)
  • Thomas Compton[1] (1562–1570)
  • William de Beauvoir[1] (1571–1581)
  • Thomas Wigmore[1] (1581–1588)
  • Louis de Vic[1] (1588–1600)

17th century (58 to 62)

  • Amice de Carteret[1] (1601–1631)
  • John de Quetteville[1] (1631–1643)
  • Peter de Beauvoir[1] (1644–1651, 1652–1653, 1656–1660)
  • Amias Andros[1] (1661–1674)
  • Edmund Andros (1674–1713)

18th century (63 to 68)

  • John de Sausmarez (1714–1728)
  • Josuah Le Marchant (1728–1751)
  • Eleazar Le Marchant (1752–1758)
  • Samuel Bonamy (1758–1771)
  • William Le Marchant (1771–1800)
  • Robert Porrett Le Marchant (1800–1810)

19th century (69 to 75)

  • Peter de Havilland (1810–1821)
  • Daniel de Lisle Brock (1821–1843)
  • John Guille (1843–1845)
  • Peter Stafford Carey (1845–1883)
  • John de Havilland Utermarck (1883–1884)
  • Edgar McCulloch (1884–1895)
  • Sir Thomas Godfrey Carey Kt., LL.D. (1895–1902), married Eliza de Sausmarez Grassic, daughter of Thomas Ritchie Grassic, of Halifax, N.S. January 22, 1901; he served as Attorney-General of Guernsey, Bailiff of Guernsey, and President of the States of Guernsey[2]

20th century (76 to 87)

21st century (88 to 90)

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w Le Roy, Pierre (1893). Note book of Pierre Le Roy. Guille Alles Library.
  2. ^ Morgan, Henry James, ed. (1903). Types of Canadian Women and of Women who are or have been Connected with Canada. Toronto: Williams Briggs. p. 44.
  3. ^ The Times. No. 36680. London. 1 February 1902. p. 11. {{cite news}}: Missing or empty |title= (help)
  4. ^ "No. 27403". The London Gazette. 4 February 1902. p. 709.
  5. ^ "The London Gazette". No. 46042. p. 9038.
  6. ^ "Guernsey's Bailiff announces 2012 retirement". BBC News Guernsey. 6 May 2011. Retrieved 24 March 2012.
  7. ^ "Guernsey's new Bailiff sworn in « This Is Guernsey". Retrieved 24 March 2012.
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