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Sir Richard Herbert



Coldbrook, near Abergavenny, Wales.
From map. Revised: 1899 to 1900. Published: 1902.
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Sir Richard Herbert (see here),
of Coldbrook (or Colebrook or Colebrooke), SE side of Abergavenny, Wales.
He mar Margaret Nicholas [dau of Sir Thomas Griffith Nicholas].
He was beheaded 1469.
He and his wife are bur St. Mary's Priory Church, Abergavenny, Wales.
They had issue:


  1. Sir William Herbert,
    of Coldbrook.


  2. Sir Richard Herbert,
    had issue:

    1. Edward Herbert,
      of Montgomery Castle, Powys, Wales,
      had issue:

      1. Richard Herbert, of Montgomery Castle.

      2. Mathew Herbert.
        Ancestor of Herbert, Earl of Powis (of the second creation in 1748, see the first creation).
        Female-line ancestor of Clive (later Herbert), Earl of Powis.





Tomb of Sir Richard Herbert

Tomb of Sir Richard Herbert and Margaret Nicholas.
Herbert Chapel, St. Mary's Priory Church, Abergavenny, Wales.
  


Tomb of Sir Richard Herbert and Margaret Nicholas.
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Photo 2011. From Rex Harris. Used with permission.



Tomb of Sir Richard Herbert and Margaret Nicholas.
See larger and full size.
Photo 2011. From Rex Harris. Used with permission.



Tomb of Sir Richard Herbert and Margaret Nicholas.
See larger and full size.
Photo 2011. From Rex Harris. Used with permission.



Tomb of Sir Richard Herbert and Margaret Nicholas.
Formerly here.



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