Person:Peregrine Bertie (1)

Peregrine Bertie
b.Abt 1634
d.3 Jan 1701
  1. Bridget Bertie1629 - 1704
  2. Peregrine BertieAbt 1634 - 1701
  3. Richard BertieAbt 1635 - 1686
  4. Hon. Charles BertieAbt 1640 - 1710/11
  5. Lady Elizabeth Bertie - Abt 1683
  6. Lady Catherine Bertie
  7. Robert Bertie, 3rd Earl of LindseyBef 1641 - 1701
  • HPeregrine BertieAbt 1634 - 1701
  • W.  Susan Monyns (add)
m. 1674
  1. Mary Bertie
  2. Bridget Bertie - 1748
Facts and Events
Name Peregrine Bertie
Gender Male
Birth[1] Abt 1634
Marriage 1674 to Susan Monyns (add)
Death[1] 3 Jan 1701
Reference Number? Q7167781?

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Peregrine Bertie (ca. 1634 – 3 January 1701) was an English politician, the second son of Montagu Bertie, 2nd Earl of Lindsey. A member of the court party, later the Tories, he sat for Stamford from 1665 to 1679, and from 1685 to 1687. Most active in Parliament during the 1670s, he and other members of his family were consistent political supporters of Bertie's brother-in-law, the Duke of Leeds throughout several reigns. While he never achieved significant political stature, he did hold several minor government offices: he was a captain in the Royal Regiment of Horse Guards until 1679, and a commissioner of the Alienation Office and a customs officer. The death of his wife's brother brought the couple an estate in Waldershare, Kent, where Bertie ultimately settled. He sat for Westbury after the Glorious Revolution, but showed little political activity compared to others of his family. Bertie stood down from Parliament in 1695 and died in 1701, leaving two daughters.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Peregrine Bertie (senior), in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.