Sheriffs of Buckinghamshire: 1602/3 to 1648



Anno 1602, James I.

1Sir Francis Cheyne, Knt. Seat, and Arms, as before.
2Sir William Willoughby, Knt. Seat, Marlow. Arms, Or on 2 Bars Gules, 3 Water Bougets Sable.
3Richard Ingoldsby, Knt. Seat, Lenborough in Bucks Parish. Arms, Ermine, a Saltire engrailed.
4Sir Henry Longueville, Knt. Seat, and Arms, as before.
5Sir William Andrews, Knt. Seat, Lathbury. Arms, Argent on a Bend cotifed, Sable 3 Mullets of the Field.
6Sir Francis Fortescue, Knt. of the Bath. Seat, Salden. Arms, Azure, a Bend engrailed, Argent between two Cotises Or.
7Anthony Greenway, Esq. Seat, Leckhampsted. Arms, Gules a Chevron between three Cups covered Or, on a Chief of the second, three Griffins Heads erased Sable.
8Robert Lovet, Knt. Seat, Liscombe. Arms, Argent three Wolves passant in pale Sable, armed and langued Gules.
9Jerom Horsey, Knt. Seat, Great Kimbell. Arms, Azure, three Horses Heads coupe Or, bridled Argent.
10Edward Tyrell, Knt. Seat, and Arms, as before.
11Simon Mayne, Esq. Seat, Dynton. Arms, Argent on a Bend engrailed Sable three dexter Hands coupe and erected Sable.
12Brian Janson, Esq. Seats, Beconsfield and Ashby Legers in Com. Northampton. Quarterly Azure and Gules over all a Cross patonce Or, and a Chief of the last.
13Edmund Wheler, Knt. Seat, Riding Court in Datchet. Arms, Or a Chevron between three Leopards Faces Sable.
14Sir Thomas Temple, Knt. and Bart. Seat, and Arms, as before.
15Sir John Laurence, Knt. Seat, Iver. Arms, Argent a Cross Ragulee Gules on a Chief, Azure 3 Leopards Faces Or.
16Francis Duncombe, Esq. Seat, Broughton. Arms, Argent Party per Chevron engrailed three Talbots Heads erased counter-changed.
17Benedict Winchcombe, Esq. Seat, Ashendon. Arms, Azure on a Chevron engrailed between three Lapwings Or, as many Cinqfoyls of the first on a Chief of the second, a Fleur de Lys between two Spears Heads of the Field.
18Sir Henry Lee, Knt. and Bart. Seat, Quarendon. Arms, Argent a Fess between 3 Crescents Sable.
19Sir John Dynham, Knt. Seat, Borstall. Arms, as before.
20Sir William Fleetewode, Knt. Seat Missenden Abbey. Arms, as before.
21Thomas Goodwyn, Knt. Seat, and Arms, as before.
22Edward Penn, Esq. Seat, Penn. Arms, Argent on a Fess Sable three Plates.

Anno 1625, Charles I.

1Edward Coke, Knt. Seat, Stoke Poges. Arms, Per Pale Gules and Az. 3 Eagles displayed Arg.
2Gilbert Gerrard, Bart. Seat, Aston Clinton. Arms, Argent a Saltire Gules.
3Thomas Dayrell, Esq. Seat, and Arms, as before. And,
Francis Catesby, Esq. Seat, Hardmead. Arms, Argent two Lions passant, in pale Sable, crowned Or.
4Thomas Lee, Esq. Seat Hartwell. Arms, Azure 2 Bars Or, a Bend Checque, Or and Gules.
5William Andrews, Knt. Seat, and Arms, as before.
6Thomas Hyde, Bart. Arms, Or a Chevron between three Lozenges Azure, on a Chief Gules an Eagle displayed of the Field.
7William Smyth, Knt. Seat, Radcliffe. Arms, Sable on a Chevron between six Crosses, pat. fitchee Argent, 3 Fleur de Lys's Azure.
8James Duppa, Esq. Arms, Azure a Lion's Paw erased in Fess between two Chains Or, in a Canton a Rose Gules.
9Robert Dormer, Esq. Seat, and Arms, as before.
10Francis Cheyne, Knt. Seat, and Arms, as before.
11Peter Temple, Esq. Seat, and Arms, as before.
12Heneage Proby, Esq. Seat, Raynes in Amersham. Arms, Ermine on a Fess Gules, a Lion passant Or.
13Anthony Chester, Bart. Seat, and Arms, as before.
14The same Sheriff as supposed.
15Thomas Archdale, Esq. Seat, High Wycombe. Arms, Azure a Chevron Ermine inter three Talbots passant Or.
16The same.
17Richard Greenville, Esq. Seat, Wotton Underwood. Arms, Vert on a Cross Argent five Torteauxes.
18Sir John Tyringham, Knt. Seat, and Arms, as before.
19None to be found.
20Henry Beke, Esq. Seat, Hadenham. Arms, Or two Bars dancette Sable on a Chief Azure 3 Annulets Arg.
21None occur.
22William Bowyer, Esq. Seat, Denham Court. Arms, Or, a Bend vaire between two Cotizes Gules.
23Richard Berringer, Esq. Seat, Iver. Arms, Or a Cross vert over all on a Bend Gules three Fleur de Lys's Or.
24John Clarke, Esq. Seat, Hitcham, q. Argent on a Bend Gules between three Pellets three Swans proper.