|Statement||with an introduction by Richard John ... and notes by George Williams.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||111|
The High Sheriff of Devon is the Queen's representative for the County of Devon, a territory known as his/her ed from three nominated people, they hold his office over the duration of a year. They have judicial, ceremonial and administrative functions and execute High Court Writs. The Sheriffs of Glamorgan. A detailed list of all the High Sheriffs of Glamorgan from to with genealogical information on many of them. Also some information on other index by Bob Sanders: Online: A List of Glamorgan Volunteer Infantry regiments - Williams, George: A List of the Names and Residences of the High Sheriffs of the County of Glamorgan from to – Censuses England & Wales National Probate Calendars , , & Williams, George: A List of the Names and Residences of the High Sheriffs of the County of Glamorgan from to – Censuses England & Wales National Probate Calendars , , &
The first known reference to the “sheriff” occurs in the Book of Daniel. The title began taking modern form in medieval England, where they helped maintain law and order. On the American frontier, sheriffs helped safeguard peace in lawless territories. The Chatham County Sheriff’s Office is believed to be the oldest law enforcement agency. Comprehensive list of Sheriffs in the state of California. California Sheriffs Directory. The History of the Office of the High Sheriff The Title High Sheriff is the oldest secular title in our history after “King”. It dates back to Saxon times when the Scir Gerefa enjoyed delegated powers to run his county as The King’s Representative, Land Agent and Tax Collector. Comprehensive list of Sheriffs in the state of Georgia. Georgia Sheriffs Directory.
The armorial and genealogical roll of the high sheriffs for the counties in England and Wales, Including those sheriffs of cities, towns, and counties thereof who bear coat armour, , ; The armorial and genealogical roll of the High Sheriffs of the counties in England and Wales, . HIGH SHERIFFS OF THE COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN FROM TO by George Williams. This book written by George Williams, himself High Sheriff of Glamorgan in and with an introduction by Richard John, then Clerk of the Peace for Glamorgan, not only lists all the Sheriffs for the period concerned but also gives brief genealogical tables and. The word ‘Sheriff’ derives from ‘Shire Reeve’ or the Anglo Saxon ‘Scir-gerefa’. The King’s Reeve was also known as the ‘High’ Reeve. Some Sheriffs led contingents at the Battle of Hastings. The Normans continued the Office and added to its powers. During the 11th and 12th centuries a High Sheriff’s powers were very extensive. BRYAN: Sheriff Clyde Smith: 95 Sgt. Robert W. Crapse Drive Pembroke, GA