Reverend Sir Richard FitzHerbert 1325
- Born: 12 April 1846 1325
- Died: 4 January 1906, Tissington Hall, Tissington, Derbyshire aged 59 1338
From The Times, 8 January 1906
The Rev. Sir Richard FitzHerbert, who died at Tissington Hall, Ashborne, on January 4, aged 60, was the third son of Sir William FitzHerbert, fourth baronet, who married the second daughter of Sir R. A. Alleyne. He was born in 1846 and graduated from St. John's College, Cambridge, in 1870. He was admitted to deacon's orders in 1870 and to priest's in 1871, by Dr. Harold Browne, Bishop of Ely, who licensed him to the curacy of Eynesbury, near St. Neots. In 1872 he was nominated by his father to the benefice of Warsop with Sookholm, Notts, which he held till 1896. In that year his father died and as his elder brothers had died, the one in 1874 and the other in 1873, succeeded to the title. Sir Richard married in 1871 Mary, daughter of Mr. Edward Arkwright, of Hatton, by whom he leaves four sons and a daughter. He is succeeded by his eldest son, Hugo Meynell, who is a lieutenant in the 8th Hussars, and was born in 1872.
Richard married Mary Anne Arkwright, daughter of Edward Arkwright and Unknown.