J Horace Round appears to be doing well for himself this week. (I was trying to find an article from him about another fraudulent line the other day, RJ kindly found it for me but I managed to find this one)
Here's the debunking article " Our English Habsburgs" https://archive.org/stream/studiesinpeerage02rounuoft#page/218/mode/2up/search/colville
The wikitree profile doesn't have a location for the birth of Fielding 11 (or anything about him other than his name)
However, Geoffrey Fielding -11 was in the past claimed to be the son of Geoffrey, Count of Habsburg and of Rheinfelden. This branch of the Habsbury family were said to have been impoverished by their cousin (later to be the Emperor. Rudolph).Count Geoffrey sent young Geoffrey to England where he married an English woman (Maud de Colville) . Both father and son were disinherited by Rudolph for this crime .However, Geoffrey (not sure which one) eventually received £7000 marks in compensation for the loss of his claim to Rheinfelden. Young Geoffrey returned to England and adopted the name of Feldon. He and Maud had a child Geoffrey (Fielding-10) who married Agnes de Napton
The claim to Habsburg descent goes back to the 17th century and is contained in Dugdale's Warwickshire and in later published pedigrees.
Round debunked this pedigree from both English and German sources.He demonstrated that the family had itself claimed a more modest background when they were awarded the barony in 1620..
Fielding-10 and his wife Agnes who appear in the visitations are the first known members of the Fielding family.
I have adopted Geoffrey (Fielding-11) and will write this up on his profile