Bartlett, Walter -1640)

Walter Bartlett, of Stopham in Sussex, was the eldest son of Richard Bartlett of Stopham and his first wife Mary, daughter of Richard Covert of Slaugham. He succeeded his father in 1614. He married Mary, daughter of John Middleton, of Hills Place, Horsham, who died in 1626. He was elected Member of Parliament for Bramber in 1625 1626, and died in January 1640, leaving six daughters and coheirs, of whom the second, Mary, married her cousin Henry Bartlett who inherited the estate. From them are descended the present Barttelott baronets of Stopham.

Seat / Residence(s): Stopham House, Sussex
Stamp(s) Stamp Information
Bartlett, Walter (Stamp 1) Arms: Quarterly of eight 1. Three sinister gloves pendant (Bartlett) 2. Quarterly per fess indented four crescents counterchanged (Stopham) 3. Three chevrons (Lewknor) 4. Three stags heads caboshed (D'Oyley) 5. Two bars gemelles on a chief a lion passant gardant (Tregoz) 6. On a chief three roundels [plates] (Camoys) 7. Three hawks heads erased (Walton) 8. A double headed eagle displayed (Sykeston)
Quarterings: 1. Three sinister gloves pendant (Bartlett) 2. Quarterly per fess indented four crescents counterchanged (Stopham) 3. Three chevrons (Lewknor) 4. Three stags heads caboshed (D'Oyley) 5. Two bars gemelles on a chief a lion passant gardant (Tregoz) 6. On a chief three roundels [plates] (Camoys) 7. Three hawks heads erased (Walton) 8. A double headed eagle displayed (Sykeston)
Heraldic Charges: bars gemelles (2), Heraldic Charges: chevrons (3), Heraldic Charges: chief, on a, Heraldic Charges: crescents (4), Heraldic Charges: eagle, double-headed, displayed, Heraldic Charges: gloves (3), Heraldic Charges: hawks heads (3), Heraldic Charges: lion passant gardant, Heraldic Charges: quarterly, Heraldic Charges: roundels (3), Heraldic Charges: stags heads caboshed (3)