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M Sir Henry FitzHerbert 3rd Baronet

Born on 04/08/1783 at London
Died on 01/06/1858
Son of Sir William Fitzherbert (27/05/1748 - 30/07/1791) and Sarah Perrin (Died 00/00/1795)
Children with
Agnes Beresford (00/00/1783 - 25/11/1863)
M Richard Henry Fitzherbert (29/10/1809 - 02/09/1885)
F Selina FitzHerbert (12/09/1812 - 30/12/1888)
Siblings:
M Sir Anthony Perrin FitzHerbert (21/07/1779 - 02/04/1798)
Agnes Beresford on 27/12/1805 at Saint Oswald, Ashbourne, Derbyshire
of Tissington Hall, Ashbourne Obiturary SIR HENRY FITZHERBEBT, BART. June 1. At Tissington Hall, Derbyshire, aged 74, Sir Henry Fitzherbert, Bart. Sir Henry, who was born on the 4th of August, 1783, was the descendant of a very ancient family, which was founded by one of the companions of William the Norman, whose name appears in the roll of Battle Abbey. The Tissington property came into the family through the marriage of Nicholas Fitzherbert, of Upton, by Cicely, his wife, daughter of Robert Francis,Esq., of Foremark. This Nicholas was succeeded, in 1696, by his nephew William, a barrister of some eminence, and Recorder of Derby, where he mostly resided. He married Rachael, daughter and heiress of Thomas Bagshaw, Esq., of Bakewell, by whom he had, amongst others, a son and successor, William, M.P., who married Mary, eldest daughter of Littleton Poyntz Meynell, Esq., of Bradley, Derbyshire, by whom he had issue four sons and two daughters. The fourth son, Alleyne, was created a peer by the title of Lord St. Helen's, in 1791 ; but, dying unmarried in 1839, the title became extinct. Selina,the eldest daughter, married, in 1784, Henry Gaily Knight, Esq., of Langold, who died on the 6th of April, 1808, in the 56th year of his age. His wife died on the 2nd of January, 1823, in the 71st year of her age, leaving an only son, the late Henry Gaily Knight, Esq., M.P., of Firbeck, &c. On the demise of Mr. Fitzherbert, he was succeeded by his son William, also of Tissington Hall, who was created a baronet on the 10th of December, 1783. He married, on the 14th of October, 1777, Sarah, only daughter of William Perrin, Esq., of the Island of Jamaica, by whom (who died in 1795) he had two surviving sons, Sir William, who was Recorder of the borough of Derby, and died 30th July, 1791, and was succeeded by his eldest son, Sir Anthony Perrin, born 21st July, 1779, and died unmarried on the 2nd of April, 1798, when the title and estates devolved upon the present deceased as the third baronet, who married, on the 27th of December, 1805, Agnes, second daughter of the late Rev. William Beresford, by whom he had issue five sons and five daughters. Selina, the eldest daughter, married, on the 12th of August, 1830, Francis Wright, Esq., of Lenton Hall, Nottinghamshire. At the death of Mr. Gaily Knight, on the 9th February, 1846, he bequeathed the estates at Kirton and Warsop to the late baronet, which came into his possession on the death of Mrs. Knight a few years afterwards. Sir Henry is succeeded in the title and estates by the present Sir William Fitzherbert, who was born on the 3rd of June, 1808, and married, February 28th, 1836, Anne, second daughter of Sir Reynold Abell Alleyne, Bart., of the Island of Barbados, by whom he had issue



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