Sir Thomas of Workington Curwen  25
- Born: Abt 1505, Workington, Cumberland, England
- Marriage: Feorina Wharton 
- Died: Bet 1519 and Jul 1557, Sibbertoft, Northamptonshire, England
died in the 34th year of Henry VIII <http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/aboutHenryVIII.htm>, in which year, on an inquisition of knights' fees, it is stated that he held the manor of Workington of the King <http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/aboutHenryVIII.htm>, by the service of one knight's fee, 45s. 3d. Cornage, 4s. seawake [this has something to do with keeping the watch for hostile ships], and puture of two sergeants [puture is a claim by Foresters for food for man and beast, horse and dog, within the bounds of the forest]. He also held the manors of Thornthwaite, Seaton, and Cammerton, with one-third of the manor of Bootle, and divers other tenements at Gilcrux, Great Broughton, and Dearham.
Thomas married Feorina Wharton  [MRIN: 551616368], daughter of Thomas Wharton 1st Baron Wharton  and Eleanor Stapleton . (Feorina Wharton  was born about 1525 in Wharton & Nateby, York, England.)