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Thomas Jermyn (died 1552)

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Name  Thomas Jermyn

Role  Died 1552

Sir Thomas Jermyn (c.1482 - 8 October 1552) was an English politician and landowner.

He was the son of Thomas Jermyn and Catherine Bernard. He served as Sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk in 1530 and 1541. On 10 March 1540 he was knighted by Henry VIII and granted a coat-of-arms. Jermyn lived at Rushbrooke Hall, which he demolished and remodelled in the late 1540s.

He married first Anne Spring (1494-1528), daughter of Thomas Spring of Lavenham. Jermyn was the father of Sir Ambrose Jermyn. He married secondly Anne Drury, widow of Sir George Waldegrave, esquire (c. 1483 – 8 July 1528) of Smallbridge, Suffolk and daughter of Robert Drury (speaker).

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