manuscripts of Sir William Fitzherbert, Bart., and others.

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SeriesReport / Historical Manuscripts Commission -- 13. appendix ; -- pt.6
ContributionsFitzherbert, William, Sir., Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts.
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vii), Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, 33 () The manuscripts of the Duke of Roxburghe, Sir H.H. Campbell, bt., the Earl of Strathmore and. Anthony Fitzherbert, the second Baronet, died suddenly on 2 April aged He was succeeded by Henry, his brother, the third son of the first Baronet.

Children of William and Sarah Fitzherbert: Sir Anthony Perrin Fitzherbert, 2nd Bt. (born St George, Bloomsbury, London, 21 July ; died suddenly of consumption, Bristol, 2 April ). Sir William FitzHerbert, 1st baronet In the baronetcy was conferred on William FitzHerbert.

Sir William FitzHerbert was a barrister who held the office of Recorder of Derby.

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Gally Knight family A dispute arose over the will of Sir William FitzHerbert between his widow, Sarah, and the executor of the will, Richard Bateman.

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The FitzHerbert baronetcy, of Tissington in the County of Derby, is a title in the Baronetage of Great was created on 22 January for William FitzHerbert, of Tissington Hall, Derbyshire.

The FitzHerberts descend from a Norman knight, Herbert, whose son was known by the patronymic filius Herberti in Latin and fils de Herbert in Norman French. Manuscripts of Shrewsbury and Coventry Corporations; the Earl of Radnor, Sir Walter Corbet, Bart., and Others: Historical Manuscripts Commission: 1 volume: Manuscripts of Sir William Fitzherbert, Bart., and Others: Historical Manuscripts Commission: 1 volume: Manuscripts of the Duke of Athole and of the Earl of Home: Historical Manuscripts.

Sir Henry inherited from his brother Anthony Perrin Fitzherbert the 2nd bart., in The Turners Hall estate on Barbados is the subject of an analysis of its economic performancewhen it was largely in the ownership of Sir William Fitzherbert (). Sir William Fitzherbert 4th bart.

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Includes the manuscripts of the Delaval family, the Earl of Ancaster, and Lieutenant-General Lyttelton Annesley.

Burke reports that William Fitzherbert married Alice, daughter of Nicholas Longford, of Longford, Derbyshire and they had son Henry Fitzherbert.

[4][5] Footnotes: [1] Sir William Dugdale, Derbyshire visitation pedigrees, and (London: ), 35, [HathiTrust], [GoogleBooks]. The living is a vicarage, average tithe rent-charge £3, gross yearly value £99, with residence, in the gift of Sir William Fitzherbert bart.

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and held since by the Rev. James Fitzherbert M.A. of St. John's College, Cambridge. Catherine Port, of Ilam, by her will, datedleft £5 yearly for the instruction of eight poor children. Sir William FitzHerbert, 1st Baronet (–) was the first baronet Fitzherbert of was a lawyer and recorder for was an usher to King George III.

He owned a number of plantations for sugar and coffee in Jamaica and Barbados. Sir Thomas Phillipps: Dugdale’s Baronage, with Additions by Phillipps, RLIN ID No.

NYGGA5 Main Entry Dugdale, William, Sir, Uniform Title Baronage of England. Title Dugdale’s Baronage: with additions by Sir Thomas Phillipps, Bart.

[autograph manuscript], Physical Description 1 v. ( p.) ; 32 cm. The manuscripts of Sir William FitzHerbert, bart., and others () (Google Books [Hints and tips]) Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts, 13th Report, appendix 6.

Includes the manuscripts of the Delaval family, the Earl of Ancaster, and Lieutenant-General Lyttelton Annesley. Red Book of Scotland Database; Category: England. Title Series Volumes 1 volume: Abstracts of Inquisitiones Post Mortem: Inquisitions Post Mortem (Abstracts and Calendars) 3 volumes: Accounts and Papers relating to Mary Queen of Scots: Camden Society: 1 volume.

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Caren Collection New York Sale Lord St. Helens and Sir William FitzHerbert The Collections of a Diplomat and a Courtier London Sale. "Sir William Fitzherbert, seventh lord of Norbury, paid half a mark in for procuring a confirmation charter of this free warren." [5] Nicholas de Longford and William Fitzherbert made an exchange of land.

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This is a list of Sherifs of Derbyshire from until and High Sheriffs since. The ancient Sheriff title originating in the time of the Angles, not long after the invasion of the Kingdom of England, which was in existence for around a thousand 1 Aprilunder the provisions of the Local Government Actthe title of Sheriff of Derbyshire was retitled High Sheriff of.

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[10] Footnotes: [1] J Charles Cox, "Norbury Manor House and the Troubles of the Fitzherberts," Journal of the Derbyshire Archaeological and Natural History Society 7 (),at[GoogleBooks], [HathiTrust].daughter of Sir Thomas Gifford (d.

27 May ) of Bryn, Lancashire, by his first wife, Dorothy Montgomery, the daughter and co-heir of Sir John Montgomery (d), by whom he had two sons and three daughters, and secondly Dorothy Fitzherbert, daughter of Sir Anthony Fitzherbert (d. 26 or 27 May ), and widow of Sir Ralph Longford.