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  1. Thomas Fitzherbert (1552 – 17 August 1640) was an English Jesuit. Early life. Fitzherbert was born at Swynnerton, Staffordshire. He was the eldest ...

  2. Thomas Fitzherbert. Died 1794. 1727-94. Having passed his examination on 25 March 1752, Fitzherbert was commissioned lieutenant on 20 February 1755 and promoted commander of the sloop Speedwell 8 on 14 March 1760. Dispatched on a cruise, he enjoyed an early success when capturing a small French privateer and sending her into Mount’s Bay some ...

  3. Born 1552, at Swynnerton, Staffs, England; died 17 Aug., 1640, at Rome. His father having died whilst Thomas was an infant, he was, even as a child, the head of an important family and the first heir born at Swynnerton, where his descendants have since flourished and still remain Catholics. He was trained to piety and firmness in his religion ...

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    b. c.1550, 3rd but 1st surv. s. of John Fitzherbert by Catherine, da. of Edward Fleetwood. educ. G. Inn 1571. m. Elizabeth, da. of John Westby of Mowbrick Hall, Lancs., s.p. suc. fa. 1590.1

    Of a Catholic family in trouble throughout the Elizabethan period, Fitzherbert, as the price of his own freedom, betrayed his father’s hiding-place during the aftermath of the Babington conspiracy. His father was fined £10,000 and died in prison, leaving Fitzherbert himself heir to his childless uncle Sir Thomas†, a prisoner in the Tower. However, between uncle and nephew there were ‘divers suits and controversies’ depending and before his death in 1591 Sir Thomas finally disinherited Fitzherbert who, with the aid of the notorious Richard Topcliffe, persuaded Whitgift to nullify the will. Letters of administration were thereupon granted to Fitzherbert, whose high-handedness in dealing with the estate soon elicited the comment that he presumed ‘on a protection from her Majesty whereby he supposeth himself to be exempt from suit of law’. In November 1592 he was apprehended and brought before the Privy Council. By the time of the elections for the 1593 Parliament he owed the Queen £1,4...

  4. 28/03/2019 · Thomas Fitzherbert was born at the family seat of Swynnerton, Staffordshire, on 4 September 1552. From 1568 he was a student at the University of Oxford, where he met many other like-minded Catholics, including the future martyr St Edmund Campion (1540–81). 

  5. Thomas Fitzherbert’s father, the eminent judge, inherited Norbury as a last surviving son in 1531, and Thomas Fitzherbert succeeded him there seven years later. Norbury lies on the Staffordshire border and it was with that county, where he inherited Hamstall Ridware from his mother, that Fitzherbert was to be chiefly identified; his brother William was to marry into the leading Staffordshire ...

  6. 10/04/2016 · Thomas Fitzherbert of Norbury & Swynnerton. Birthdate: August 30, 1746. Death: May 07, 1781 (34) Immediate Family: Son of Thomas Fitzherbert of Norbury & Swynnerton and Maria Theresa Fitzherbert. Husband of Maria Anne Fitzherbert. Brother of Basil Fitzherbert; Charlotte Fitzherbert and Teresa Fitzherbert.

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