Richard Weston (treasurer)
Weston was the son of Edmund Weston of Boston in Lincolnshire. He became a courtier at the court of Henry VII, but particularly rose to power during the reign of his son, Henry VIII. He was appointed Governor of Guernsey in 1509, Treasurer of Calais in 1525 and Sub-Treasurer of the Exchequer in 1528. His main residences were Cranbourne Lodge (where he was the keeper) and Ufton Court, both in Berkshire, and then Sutton Place, Surrey. The last two being granted to him by the King. he served as knight of the shire for Berkshire in 1529. 
Weston's only son, Sir Francis Weston, was arrested as one of the alleged lovers of Henry VIII's second wife, Anne Boleyn. The father is said to have offered all the family had to gain his son a pardon, but Sir Francis was executed in 1536.
- Dictionary of National Biography, Weston, Sir Richard (1466?–1542), courtier and diplomatist, by Ernest Clarke. Published 1899.
- "History of Parliament". History of Parliament Trust. Retrieved 2011-11-23.