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Roger North, 2nd Baron North
b.1530
d.3 Dec 1600
m. 1527
  1. Christiana North1528 - aft 1563/4
  2. Roger North, 2nd Baron North1530 - 1600
  3. Thomas North1535 - 1604
  • HRoger North, 2nd Baron North1530 - 1600
  • WWinnifred Richabt 1534 - abt 1578
  1. John NorthABT 1535 - 1597
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Name Roger North, 2nd Baron North
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1530
Death[1] 3 Dec 1600


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Roger North, 2nd Baron North (1530 – 3 December 1600) was an English peer and politician at the court of Elizabeth I.

He was the son of Edward North, 1st Baron North, for whom the title Baron North had been created. After representing Cambridgeshire in several parliaments (1555, 1559 and 1563), North acceded to his title in 1564. He may have succeeded his father as Lord Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire as well, and was Custos Rotulorum of Cambridgeshire before 1573. He was appointed Treasurer of the Household in 1596 after the death of Sir Francis Knollys.

North was a personal friend of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, the Queen's favourite. He was present at the latter's secret marriage to the Countess of Essex in 1578, and served at his expedition to the Netherlands in 1585–1587. Leicester wanted to make Lord North governor of Brill in 1586, which desire was, however, declined by Elizabeth.

North was succeeded upon his death in 1600 by his grandson, Dudley North, 3rd Baron North, the son of Sir John North.

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Roger North, 2nd Baron North, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).
  2.   Roger North, 2nd Lord North, in Lundy, Darryl. The Peerage: A genealogical survey of the peerage of Britain as well as the royal families of Europe.