Nominated by April 1499 (under Henry VII)
Born into a prominent noble family, Henry Bourchier was closely related to Elizabeth of York. After Henry VIII's accession, he received a number of appointments, among them the Governorship of Windsor Castle (1511). Excused from the Reformation Parliament on grounds of ill-health, he retreated to his country estates in East Anglia. Died in a riding accident in 1540.