Sir Thomas Mildmay of Moulsham
- Sir Thomas Mildmay of Moulsham (d. 1547) Auditor of the Court of Augmentations for Henry VIII
Sir Walter Mildmay
- Sir Walter Mildmay (1523 –1589) Chancellor of the Exchequer of England, fourth son of Sir Thomas Mildmay of Moulsham. His eldest son was Sir Anthony Mildmay of Apethorpe (d. 1617). In 1583 Sir Walter is recorded as having a "restitution of the ancient Arms" thus "Argent three lions rampant Azure".
Sir Thomas Mildmay
- Sir Thomas Mildmay (d. 1608) married Lady Frances Radcliffe, daughter of Henry Radcliffe, 2nd Earl of Sussex. Descended from Sir Thomas Mildmay of Moulsham (d. 1547) eldest son.
Mildmay of Moulsham in the Baronetage of England (1611-1626)
Sir Thomas Mildmay, 1st Baronet
- Sir Thomas Mildmay, 1st Baronet (died 1626) eldest son of Sir Thomas Mildmay (d. 1608)
Barons FitzWalter in the Peerage of England (1295, abeyant 1629-1667. 1756-1924, 1932-1953)
Earls FitzWalter in the Peerage of Great Britain (1730-1756)
- Robert FitzWalter, 1st Baron FitzWalter (1247–1325)
- Robert FitzWalter, 2nd Baron FitzWalter (c. 1297–1328)
- John FitzWalter, 3rd Baron FitzWalter (c. 1314–1361)
- Walter FitzWalter, 4th Baron FitzWalter (1345–1386)
- Walter FitzWalter, 5th Baron FitzWalter (c. 1368–1406)
- Humphrey FitzWalter, 6th Baron FitzWalter (1398–1415)
- Walter FitzWalter, 7th Baron FitzWalter(1401–1431)
- Elizabeth Radcliff (nee Fitzwalter), 8th Baroness FitzWalter (1430–1485)
- John Radcliffe, 9th Baron FitzWalter (1452–1496) (forfeit 1496)
- Robert Radcliffe, 1st Earl of Sussex, 1st Viscount Fitzwalter, 10th Baron FitzWalter KG (d. 1542)
- Henry Radcliffe, 2nd Earl of Sussex, 11th Baron FitzWalter KG (c. 1506–1557)
- Thomas Radclyffe, 3rd Earl of Sussex, 12th Baron FitzWalter KG (c. 1525–1583)
- Henry Radcliffe, 4th Earl of Sussex, 13th Baron FitzWalter KG (c. 1530–1593)
- Robert Radcliffe, 5th Earl of Sussex, 14th Baron FitzWalter KG (d. 1629) On the death of 5th Earl of Sussex, 14th Baron FitzWalter, the Earldom of Sussex passed to his cousin and heir male, Edward Ratcliffe, and the right to the Barony of FitzWalter devolved on the heir general:
- Sir Henry Mildmay, de jure 15th Baron FitzWalter (c. 1585–1654) son of Lady Frances Radcliffe, only daughter of the second Earl of Sussex and younger brother of Sir Thomas Mildmay, 1st Baronet of the 1611 creation.
- Henry Mildmay, de jure 16th Baron FitzWalter (d. 1662) claimed the Barony of FitzWalter in the House of Lords in 1660.
17th Baron FitzWalter
- Benjamin Mildmay, 17th Baron FitzWalter (c. 1646–1679) petitioned the House of Lords in 1667 for a writ of summons and a decision given in his favour by the Privy Council in 1669. Married The Hon. Catherine Fairfax, daughter of William Fairfax, 3rd Viscount Fairfax of Emley.
18th Baron FitzWalter
- Charles Mildmay, 18th Baron FitzWalter (1670–1728)
1st Earl FitzWalter
- Benjamin Mildmay, 1st Earl FitzWalter, Viscount Harwich, 19th Baron FitzWalter (1672–1756) On his death the Earldom of FitzWalter and the Viscountcy of Harwich became extinct but the Barony of FitzWalter fell into abeyance amongst the issue of his aunt, Hon Mary Mildmay, the only sister of the 16th and 17th Barons FitzWalter. The abeyance was terminated 30 Sep 1924 after nearly 169 years in favour of one of the co-heirs:
20th to 22nd Barons FitzWalter
- Henry Fitzwalter Plumptre, 20th Baron FitzWalter (1860–1932) (abeyance terminated 1924; abeyant 1932) son of John Bridges Plumptre and grandson of Eleanor, wife of Reverend Henry Western Plumptre and daughter of Sir Brook William Bridges, 4th Baronet, of Goodneston, a descendant of Mary, sister of the sixteenth and seventeenth Barons.
- Fitzwalter Brook Plumptre, 21st Baron FitzWalter (1914–2004) (abeyance terminated 1953)
- Julian Brook Plumptre, 22nd Baron FitzWalter (b. 1952)
Mildmay of Moulsham in the Baronetage of Great Britain (1765–1771)
Sir William Mildmay, 1st Baronet
- Sir William Mildmay, 1st Baronet (c. 1706–1771) descendant of William Mildmay, uncle of the first Baronet of the 1611 creation. On his death he devolved his estates to his kinsman Carew Mildmay.
St John, later St John-Mildmay of Farley in the Baronetage of Great Britain (1772)
St John of Farley
- Sir Paulet St John, 1st Baronet (1704–1780)
- Sir Henry Paulet St John, 2nd Baronet (1737–1784)
St John-Mildmay of Farley
- Sir Henry Paulet St John-Mildmay, 3rd Baronet (1764–1808) married Jane, daughter of Carew Mildmay, and assumed the additional surname of Mildmay.
- Sir Henry St John Carew St John-Mildmay, 4th Baronet (1787–1848)
- Sir Henry Bouverie Paulet St John-Mildmay, 5th Baronet (1810–1902)
- Sir Henry Paulet St John-Mildmay, 6th Baronet (1853–1916)
- Sir Gerald Anthony Shaw-Lefevre St John-Mildmay, 7th Baronet (1860–1929)
- Sir Anthony St John-Mildmay, 8th Baronet (1894–1947)
- Sir Henry Gerald St John-Mildmay, 9th Baronet (1926–1949)
- Sir Aubrey Neville St John-Mildmay, 10th Baronet (1865–1955) (dormant)
- Sir Walter John Hugh St John-Mildmay, 11th Baronet (born 1935) (claimed title 1998)
Barons Mildmay of Flete in the Peerage of the United Kingdom (1922–1950)
Barons Mildmay of Flete
- Francis Bingham Mildmay, 1st Baron Mildmay of Flete (1861–1947) grandson of Humphrey St John-Mildmay, younger son of Sir Henry Paulet St John-Mildmay, 3rd Baronet of the 1772 creation.
- Anthony Bingham Mildmay, 2nd Baron Mildmay of Flete (1909–1950)
Bridges of Goodneston in the Baronetage of Great Britain (1718-1899)
Baron FitzWalter in the Peerage of the United Kingdom (1868-1875)
Bridges of Goodneston
- Sir Brook Bridges, 1st Baronet (1679–1728)
- Sir Brook Bridges, 2nd Baronet (1709–1733)
- Sir Brook William Bridges, 3rd Baronet (1733–1791)
- Sir Brook William Bridges, 4th Baronet (1767–1829)
1st Baron FitzWalter of Woodham Walter
- Sir Brook William Bridges, 5th Baronet, 1st Baron FitzWalter of Woodham Walter (1801–1875) unsuccessfully claimed the ancient barony of FitzWalter (which had been in abeyant since 1756) as a descendant of Mary, sister of the seventeenth Baron FitzWalter.
- Sir Brook George Bridges, 6th Baronet (1802–1890)
- Sir Thomas Pym Bridges, 7th Baronet (1805–1895)
- Sir George Talbot Bridges, 8th Baronet (1818–1899)