Anthony Fitzherbert

[[Monumental brass]] in chancel floor of Norbury Church to Anthony Fitzherbert and his wife. The foremost standing lady wears a mantle on which are shown the following arms: ''Gules, three lions rampant or'' (FitzHerbert of Tissington) quartering: ''Argent, a chief vairy gules and or overall a bend sable'' (FitzHerbert of Swynnerton) Sir Anthony Fitzherbert (147027 May 1538) was an English judge, scholar and legal author, particularly known for his treatise on English law, ''New Natura Brevium'' (1534). Provided by Wikipedia
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by Fitzherbert, Anthony
Published 1516
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by Fitzherbert, Anthony
Published 1523
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by Fitzherbert, Anthony
Published 1523
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by Fitzherbert, Anthony
Published 1523
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by Fitzherbert, Anthony
Published 1525
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by Fitzherbert, Anthony
Published 1526
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by Fitzherbert, Anthony
Published 1526
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by Fitzherbert, Anthony
Published 1528
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by Fitzherbert, Anthony
Published 1530
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by Fitzherbert, Anthony
Published 1530
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by Fitzherbert, Anthony
Published 1533
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by Fitzherbert, Anthony
Published 1533
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by Fitzherbert, Anthony
Published 1534
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by Fitzherbert, Anthony
Published 1534
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by Fitzherbert, Anthony
Published 1535
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by Fitzherbert, Anthony
Published 1535
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by Fitzherbert, Anthony
Published 1535
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by Fitzherbert, Anthony
Published 1535
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by Fitzherbert, Anthony
Published 1537
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by Fitzherbert Anthony
Published 1537
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