Richard Sackville (escheator)
He was under-treasurer of the exchequer, chancellor of the Court of Augmentations, Escheator of Surrey and Sussex in 1541–2 and was made custos rotulorum of Sussex in 1549 (till his death) and is the first listed Lord Lieutenant of that county from 1550 (till his death); he was also made steward of the archbishop of Canterbury's Sussex manors in 1554.
Richard Sackville was the eldest son of John Sackville (ca. 1484–1557) of Withyham and Chiddingly, Sussex, and his first wife, Margaret (d. ca. 1533), daughter of Sir William Boleyn of Blickling, and on his mother's side was cousin to Anne Boleyn. In 1535 he married Winifred (d. 1586), the daughter of Sir John Brydges [Bridges or Brugge] (ca. 1460-1530), (Lord Mayor of the City of London in 1520) and Agnes Ayloffe. They had a son Thomas, a favourite of Elizabeth I, and a daughter Anne.
See also 
- Haslar. History of Parliament. p. 314.
- Sybil M. Jack, ‘Sackville, Sybil M. Jack, Oxford University Press, 2004 accessed 11 March 2011
- Horsfield. The History, Antiquities and Topography of the County of Sussex. Vol. I. pp.79-83.
- "Chancellors from 1559 to present". HM Treasury. Retrieved 2012-01-07.
- Winifrid Brydges
- Brydges. Collins Peerage. p. 710
- The Sussex Weald. Agnes Ayloffe
- Brydges, Edgerton (1812). Collins Peerage of England. Volume VI. London: F.C. and J. Rivington, Otridge and Son et al.
- Hasler, P.W., ed. (1982). The History of Parliament, Commons, 1558–1603, Vol. III. Secker & Warburg. ISBN 0-11-887501-9.
- "History of Parliament SACKVILLE, Richard II (by 1507-66) of Ashburnham and Buckhurst Sussex". The History of Parliament. Retrieved 16 September 2011.
- Horsfield, Thomas Walker (1834 repr. 2003). The History, Antiquities and Topography of the County of Sussex. Bakewell: Country Books. ISBN 978-1-906789-16-9.
- Jack, Sybil M. (2004 online ed., Jan 2008). "Sackville, Sir Richard (d. 1566)". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press. Retrieved 11 March 2011.
- "The Sussex Weald". Retrieved 2 September 2011.
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