Sir Thomas Manners Knight  25
- Born: Bet 1537 and 1540
- Marriage: Theodosia Newton 
- Died: Jun 1591
- Buried: Uffington Church, near Stamford, Lincolnshire, England
Fourth son. Inherited of his father the manor of Turnham Hall, and Cliff, in the parish of Hemuingburg, with the appurtenances. Seven years later his mother died and the head of the family was his eldest brother, Henry, 2nd Earl of Rutland <http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/Bios/HenryManners(2ERutland).htm>. In 1563 both the eldest and the youngest brother, Oliver, died of the plague at Holywell, Shoreditch, London. Thomas then went with the army to Ireland and Scotland and, after having received great wounds, was knighted for his valour by the Earl of Sussex <http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/RADCLIFFE1.htm#Thomas%20RADCLIFFE%20(3°%20E.%20Sussex)>, in Berwick, 1570. He was about thirty when he married Theodosia Newton, daughter of Sir Thomas Newton. On 29 Jun 1577 Sir Thomas was outlawed at the suit of Robert Phillips in a plea of debt. After Sir Thomas died in 1591, his widow had a grant from Queen Elizabeth <http://www.tudorplace.com.ar/aboutElizabeth.htm> to have returned all the goods and debts which had been forfeited.
Noted events in his life were:
• Acceded, 1570, Berwick, England.
Thomas married Theodosia Newton  [MRIN: 551614632].