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  1. 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 ...

  2. 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.

  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.

  4. Additional Links. THOMAS FITZHERBERT (1552-1640), English Jesuit, was the eldest son and heir of William Fitzherbert of Swynnerton in Staffordshire, and grandson of Sir Anthony Fitzherbert, judge of the common pleas. He was educated at Oxford, where, at the age of twenty, he was imprisoned for recusancy. On his release he went to London, where ...

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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.

  7. 25/11/2016 · María Ana Fitzherbert (1756-1823) ha pasado a la Historia por ser, ... Thomas Fitzherbert de Swynnerton. La pareja llegaría a tener un retoño que, no obstante, moriría muy joven.