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  1. Thomas Fitzherbert (1552 – 17 August 1640) was an English Jesuit . Contents 1 Early life 2 Marriage and move to France 3 Principal works 4 Notes 5 References Early life Fitzherbert was born at Swynnerton, Staffordshire. He was the eldest son and heir of William Fitzherbert and grandson of Sir Anthony Fitzherbert, a Justice of the Common Pleas.

  2. Thomas Fitzherbert: Nació en 1552, en Swynnerton, Staffs, Inglaterra; murió el 17 de agosto de 1640 en Roma. Su padre murió cuando él era bebé, e incluso de niño era el cabeza de una familia importante y el primer heredero nacido en Swynnerton, donde sus descendientes han florecido desde entonces y siguen siendo católicos.

  3. Fitzherbert, THOMAS, b. 1552, at Swynnerton, Staffs, England; d. August 17, 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.

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    Thomas Fitzherbert (1552-17 de agosto de 1640) fue un jesuita inglés.. Vida temprana . Fitzherbert nació en Swynnerton, Staffordshire. Su padre murió cuando era un bebé y fue, incluso cuando era niño, el jefe de una familia importante y el primer heredero nacido en Swynnerton, donde sus descendientes han florecido y siguen siendo católicos.

  5. 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.

  6. 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 ...

  7. FITZHERBERT, Thomas (1513/14-91), of Norbury Padley, Derbys. and Hamstall Ridware, Staffs. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1509-1558, ed. S.T. Bindoff, 1982 Available from Boydell and Brewer Biography Detail Constituency Family & Education Offices Held Biography End Notes Previous Biography Next Biography Constituency