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Date(s) Holder Position
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1513–1519 Richard Wingfield Initially marshal in 1511, Lord Deputy from 1513. Robert Wingfield shared his duties from that time.<ref> </ref> At some point John Peche was a joint Deputy with the Wingfields.<ref name = Chronicle/> From 1513 to 1520 Nicholas Carew with his father Richard held the post of lieutenant of Calais Castle; Richard is described as a previous Captain of Calais.<ref> </ref> In 1519 Edward Guildford was appointed marshal of Calais.<ref> </ref>
1520–1526 John Bourchier, 2nd Baron Berners Lord Deputy.<ref> </ref> John Wallop was made high marshal in 1524.<ref> </ref> From 1520 until his death in 1523 the Lieutenant of Calais Castle was Maurice Berkeley, de jure 4th Baron Berkeley (1467–1523)<ref>{{ safesubst:#invoke:Unsubst date=__DATE__ |$B=

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1526–1531 Robert Wingfield Lieutenant 1523-1526, Lord Deputy 1526-1531.<ref> </ref> Sir William FitzWilliam was Captain of Calais Castle from 1526 to 1530, having been Captain of Guînes 1523-1526.<ref> </ref> In 1530 John Wallop was appointed lieutenant of Calais Castle.<ref></ref>
1533–1540 Arthur Plantagenet, 1st Viscount Lisle Lord Deputy. His stepson John Dudley was appointed deputy governor in 1538.<ref></ref>
1540–1543 Lord Maltravers Lord Deputy.<ref> </ref> Edward Bray was lieutenant of Calais Castle in 1541.<ref></ref>
1544–1550 George Brooke, 9th Baron Cobham Lord Deputy.<ref> </ref>
1550–1552 William Willoughby, 1st Baron Willoughby of Parham Lord Deputy.<ref name = Chronicle/>
1552–1553 Lord William Howard Lord Deputy.
1553–1558 Thomas Wentworth, 2nd Baron Wentworth Lord Deputy, in charge when the French captured the town. Sir Ralph Chamberlaine was lieutenant of Calais Castle 1554-1558.<ref></ref>
1555 William Herbert, 1st Earl of Pembroke (1501–1570) In place as governor.<ref> </ref>

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