Philip Herbert: Death: 11 DEC 1669
Title: Debrett's Peerage, Baronage and Knightage (1920)
Title: Research of Nigel Batty-Smith, Meads Mount, Charnage Mere, Warminster, Wiltshire BA1Z6AR, UK
Note: ncellor of Oxford University and Chamberlain of the Household. He was known as the "memorable simpleton of Horace Walpole."
Among his other less memorable moments, Philip was publicly horse whipped in 1607 by the Earl of Holdness.
He sat on the council responsible for the decision to behead King Charles.
Note: Baron Herbert of Shurland, Isle of Sheppy, Co. Kent and Earl Montgomery. He was also the Cha
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