Swynnerton Hall in 2003
|Current tenants||Barons Stafford|
|Designated||10 January 1953|
The manor of Swynnerton was owned by the eponymous family for several centuries before it came to the Fitzherberts when William Fitzherbert, third son of Sir Anthony Fitzherbert of Norbury Hall, married Elizabeth, daughter and co-heir of Humphrey Swynnerton, in 1562.
The Norbury and Swynnerton estates were united when in 1649 John Fitzherbert of Norbury bequeathed his estate to his cousin William Fitzherbert of Swynnerton.
As of 2009, Lord Stafford, former High Sheriff of Staffordshire, still resides at the Hall and farms the 3,000-acre (1,200 ha) estate.
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