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  1. Robert Rich, later Lord Holland, was the eldest son and third of four children born to Robert Rich, 1st Earl of Warwick (1559-1619) and his first wife Penelope (1563-1607). His parents separated soon after Henry's birth, although they did not formally divorce until 1605, when Penelope married her long-time partner, Charles Blount, 8th Baron Mountjoy (1563-1606).

  2. Robert Rich, 3rd Baron Rich, 1st Earl of Warwick (December 1559 – 24 March 1619), was an English nobleman, known as Baron Rich between 1581 and 1618, when he was created Earl of Warwick. He was the first husband of Penelope Devereux, whom he divorced in 1605 on the grounds of her adultery . Contents 1 Origins 2 Career 3 Marriages and progeny

  3. T he eldest son of Robert Rich, third Baron Rich (later first Earl of Warwick) and his wife Penelope, daughter of the first Earl of Essex, Robert Rich was born around June 1587 at Leighs Priory in Essex. He was knighted at the coronation of King James I in July 1603 and succeeded as the second Earl of Warwick in March 1619.

  4. 15/04/2022 · Robert Rich, 2nd earl of Warwick, in full Robert Rich, 2nd earl of Warwick, Baron Rich, (born June? 1587—died April 19, 1658, London, Eng.), English colonial administrator and advocate of religious toleration in the North American Colonies.

  5. 10/10/2018 · About Robert Rich, 1st Earl of Warwick RICH, Robert (c.1560-1619), of Rochford Hall and Leighs Priory, Essex. b. c.1560, 2nd but 1st surv. s. of Robert, 2nd Baron Rich by Elizabeth, da. and h. of George Baldry of Hadley, Suff., alderman of London. educ. G. Inn 1578. m.

    • "Third Lord of Rich"
    • Warwick, Warwickshire, England
    • December 1559
    • March 24, 1619
  6. Robert Rich, 2nd Earl of Warwick (5 June 1587 – 19 April 1658) Print Email A colonial administrator and admiral, Robert was the eldest son of Robert Rich, earl of Warwick and his wife Penelope (Devereux), and succeeded to the title in 1619. His A younger brother was Henry Rich, 1st Earl of Holland.