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  1. Tissington Hall was built in 1609 by Francis FitzHerbert to replace the moated fortification that guarded the Norman Church of St Mary’s in the centre of the village. For over 400 years the Hall has presided over this picturesque Estate Village which is five miles north of the delightful market town of Ashbourne at the southern tip of the ...

  2. 18 de may. de 2024 · Dr Duck acted as counsel for Fitzherbert. Proceedings before the Earl of Huntingdon, Lord Maltravers, Sir Henry Marten, Sir Francis Crane and Sir Henry Spelman survive for June 1635, in which Needham was attached for his scandalous words and giving Fitzherbert the lie.

  3. 1 de may. de 2024 · The main block of about 1609 was built by Francis FitzHerbert (1539-1619) to replace the moated fortification that guarded the Norman Church of St Mary’s in the centre of the village. It was refaced in the west in 1750.

  4. Hace 4 días · Mrs. Frances Fitzherbert, in 1735, gave four pounds per annum for the instructing nine poor children ; and Mrs. Catherine Port, the same year, 5l. per annum, for instructing ten children. Bradley BRADLEY, in the hundred of Appleby, and deanery of Ashborne, lies about three miles east of Ashborne.

  5. Hace 5 días · Francis Fitzherbert, 15th Baron Stafford: Benjamin FitzHerbert The Baron Byron: 1643: Robert Byron, 13th Baron Byron: Charles Byron The Baron Lucas: 1663: Ralph Palmer, 12th Baron Lucas and 8th Lord Dingwall: Lewis Palmer Also Lord Dingwall (1609) in the Peerage of Scotland; known as the Lord Lucas and Dingwall The Baroness Arlington: 1664

  6. Hace 2 días · George, a third son, was of Barlborough, where his elder son, Henry, was living in 1569. Francis Foljambe, Esq.. descended from Sir James, who married one of the coheiresses of Fitzwiliiam, was created a Baronet in 1622. The title, and the elder branch of the family became extinct at his death.

  7. Hace 3 días · The first of the 'spiritual autobiographies' examined by Hodgkin was written around 1610 by the gentlewoman Dionys Fitzherbert, the unmarried daughter of a rich landowner from Oxfordshire, and has been preserved in its (unpublished) original autograph and two fair copies she had deposited in libraries.