Angmering Park House, home to the Late Baroness Herries of Terregles Angmering Park House, home to the Late Baroness Herries of Terregles

Baroness Herries of Terregles (1938-2014) was the 14th holder of the barony. She inherited the title from her late father, the 16th Duke of Norfolk and 13th Lord Herries of Terregles. Born Anne Elizabeth Fitzalan-Howard, she was the eldest of four daughters and grew up at Arundel Castle, the Norfolk's family seat in West Sussex.

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Lady Anne became a well-known racehorse trainer and the second wife of Colin Cowdrey, later Lord Cowdrey of Tonbridge, one of England's most celebrated cricketers.

A set of four George II cast silver Rococo candlesticks by Alexander Johnston A set of four George II cast silver Rococo candlesticks by Alexander Johnston

In 1970 she moved to her paternal grandmother's home, Everingham, in East Yorkshire. There she became Master of the Middleton Hounds. In 1979 she returned to Sussex, where she settled at Angmering Park House on the Angmering Park Estate, close to her childhood home of Arundel.

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