Name Suffix: Lord Of Bladen
Herbert Fitz-Herbert, called Herbert of Winchester, Chamberlain and Treasurer to King Henry I, and the first of his family to born in England. He m. Adela or Lucy, daughter and co-heir of Sir Robert Corbet, Kt., Lord of Alcester in the county of Warwick, and had issue, Herbert, his heir, Stephen Fitz-Herbert, and William Fitz-Herbert, called William of York.This Herbert in the 5th of King Stephen, anno 1140, in conjunction with his eldest son, gave Ð333 in silver for livery of his father's lands in Hampshire, andThomas Archbishop of York conferred upon him and his said son the lordships ofLaunsborough, Collerthorpe, Wyderthorpe, Holperthorpe, and the two Lottum, besides one carucate of land in Turgisleby, three carucates in Schyneburne, three in Bridstall, five in Middlethorpe, five in Urkilthorpe, &c., and all to be holden by the service of three knights' fees. He was s. by his son aforesaid. She had been concubine to King Henry the I and was mother by that prince of Reginald, Earl of Cornwall. [John Burke, History of the Commoners of Great Britain andIreland, Vol. IV, R. Bentley, London, 1834, p. 728, Jones, of Llanarth]
----------In the 5th year of King Stephen , Herbert Fitz-Herbert, then lord chamberlain to that monarch, gave Ð333 in silver for livery of his father's lands. This Herbert m. 1st, --- the dau. and co-heiress of Robert Corbet, Lord of Alcester, co. Warwick, who had been some time concubine to King Henry I. He m. 2ndly, Lucy, 3rd dau. and co-heir of Milo, Earl of Hereford, and by her had three sons, Reginald, who d. s. p.; Peter, his successor; and Matthew, sheriff of Sussex, 12th John . [Sir Bernard Burke, Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages, Burke's Peerage, Ltd., London, 1883, p. 206, Fitz-Herbert, Baron Fitz-Herbert]NOTE: The second marriage mentioned above by Burke was the marriage of his son, Herbert FitzHerbert the 2nd.