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Pembroke, Earl of (E, 1551)

 

Creation: let. pat. 11 Oct 1551

 

Family name: Herbert

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Arms:

Per pale Azure and Gules three Lions rampant Argent

Crest:

A Wyvern with wings elevated Vert holding in the mouth a Sinister Hand couped at the wrist Gules

Supporters:

Dexter:  a Panther guardant Argent incensed proper spotted Or Vert Sable Azure and Gules alternately ducally collared Azure;  Sinister:  a Lion Argent ducally collared Or

Motto:

Ung Je Servivray (One I will serve)

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William [Herbert], 1st Baron Herbert of Cardiff later 1st Earl of Pembroke, KG PC

son and heir of Richard Herbert, of Ewyas, co. Hereford, Constable of Abergavenny Castle (illegitimate son of William [Herbert], 1st Earl of Pembroke), by his wife Margaret Malefant, widow of John Malefant and dau. and hrss .of Sir Matthew Cradock, of Swansea, co. Glamorgan

born

c. 1506

mar. (1)

c. 1538 Anne Parr, a Gentlewoman of the Chamber to Queen Catherine Howard, cohrss. to the Barony of FitzHugh through her father (d. 20 Feb 1551/2), sister of Katherine Parr, sixth wife of King Henry VIII, and also sister and in her issue sole hrss. of William [Parr], 1st Marquess of Northampton, and 2nd dau. of Sir Thomas Parr, of Kendal, co. Westmorland, by his wife Maud Greene, dau. and cohrss. of Sir Thomas Greene, of Greene's Norton, co. Northampton

children by first wife

1. Hon Henry Herbert, later 2nd Earl of Pembroke

2. Hon Sir Edward Herbert, of Powis Castle (d. 23 Mar 1594/5), mar. Mary Stanley, dau. and hrss. of Thomas Stanley, of Standon, co. Hertford, Master of the Mint 1570, and had issue

1. Lady Anne Herbert (d. bef. 11 Jan 1592/3), mar. 17 Feb 1562/3 Hon Francis Talbot, styled Lord Talbot (b. c. 1550; dvp. and sp. Aug 1582), 1st son and heir ap. by his first wife of George [Talbot], 6th Earl of Shrewsbury

mar. (2)

c. May 1552 Lady Anne Compton (b. 18 Mar 1523/4; widow of Peter Compton, of Compton Wynyates, co. Warwick;  dsp. 18 Jul 1588), only surv. child of George [Talbot], 4th Earl of Shrewsbury, by his second wife Elizabeth Walden, dau. and cohrss. of Sir Richard Walden, of Erith, co. Kent

died

17 Mar 1569/70

created

10 Oct 1551 Baron Herbert of Cardiff, of Cardiff in the County of Glamorgan

11 Oct 1551 Earl of Pembroke

suc. by

son by first wife

note

a Gentleman Pensioner to the King 1526; an Esquire of the Body bef. 1534/5; Joint Attorney-General in Glamorgan 1534/5; Governor of the Castles of Aberystwyth and Carmarthen 1543; knighted 1543; granted the lands of the Abbey of Wilton 1534/5; Gentleman of the Privy Chamber 1534/5; Steward of the Duchy of Lancaster lands in Wiltshire 1545; Member of Parliament for Wiltshire 1545-51; Keeper of Baynard's Castle 1546; an executor of the Will of King Henry VIII; Privy Councillor and a Governor of King Edward VI 1546/7; Master of the Horse 1548-52; suppressed the rebellions in Wiltshire, Devon and Cornwall 1549; Knight of the Garter 1549; Chief Commissioner of the Mints 1549/50; Lord President of the Council of Wales 1550-53 and 1555-58; Lord Lieutenant of Wiltshire 1551-69/70; Joint Keeper with his son of Clarendon Forest 1553; initially a supporter of Queen Jane but changed his allegiance to Queen Mary I; Privy Councillor 1553; Lieutenant and Captain-General for the defence of Calais 1556-57; Privy Councillor 1558; Lord Lieutenant of Somerset 1559; Lieutenant of the Order of the Garter 1559; Lord Steward of the Household 1568-69/70

 

Henry [Herbert], 2nd Earl of Pembroke, KG

born

aft. 1538

mar. (1)

25 May 1553 (ann. 1554) Lady Catherine Grey (mar. (2) bef. 25 Dec 1560 Edward [Seymour], 1st Earl of Hertford;  d. 25 Jan 1567), 2nd dau. of Henry [Grey], 1st Duke of Suffolk, by his second wife Lady Frances Brandon, 1st dau. and cohrss. of Charles [Brandon], 1st Duke of Suffolk, by his wife the Princess Mary (former wife of King Louis XII of France), 2nd surv. dau. of King Henry VII

mar. (2)

17 Feb 1562/3 Lady Catherine Talbot (bur. sp. 15 May 1576), 1st dau. of George [Talbot], 6th Earl of Shrewsbury, by his first wife Lady Gertrude Manners, 1st dau. by his second wife of Thomas [Manners], 1st Earl of Rutland

mar. (3)

21 Apr 1577 Mary Sydney (b. 27 Oct 1561; d. 25 Sep 1621), sister of Robert [Sydney], 1st Earl of Leicester, and only dau. of Sir Henry Sydney KG, of Penshurst, co. Kent, Lord President of the Marches of Wales and Lord Deputy of Ireland, by his wife Lady Mary Dudley, 1st dau. of John [Dudley], 1st Duke of Northumberland

children by third wife

1. Hon William Herbert, later 3rd Earl of Pembroke

2. Hon Philip Herbert, later 1st Earl of Montgomery later 4th Earl of Pembroke

1. Lady Anne Herbert (dvp. young)

died

19 Jan 1600/1

suc. by

son by third wife

note

Joint Keeper with his father of Clarendon Forest 1553; Knight of the Bath at the Coronation of Queen Mary I 1553; a Gentleman of the Bedchamber to King Philip 1554-58; Lord Lieutenant of Wiltshire 1570, of Somerset 1585, and of North and South Wales, the Marches of Wales, and Worcestershire, Monmouthshire, Herefordshire and Shropshire 1586/7; Knight of the Garter 1574; High Steward of Salisbury 1582; Lord President of the Council of Wales 1586-1600/1; Vice-Admiral of South Wales

 

William [Herbert], 3rd Earl of Pembroke, KG

born

8 Apr 1580

mar.

4 Nov 1604 Lady Mary Talbot (d. 1650), 1st dau. and cohrss. of Gilbert [Talbot], 7th Earl of Shrewsbury, by his wife Mary Cavendish, 3rd dau. by his third wife of Sir William Cavendish, of Hardwicke, co. Derby

only child

1. Hon Henry Herbert, styled Lord Herbert (b. bef. 21 Apr 1620; dvp. an infant)

died

s.p.s. 10 Apr 1630

suc. by

brother

note

a Gentleman of the Privy Chamber and Keeper of Clarendon Forest 1603; Knight of the Garter 1603; High Steward of the Duchy of Cornwall and Lord Warden of the Stannaries 1603/4; Lord Lieutenant of Cornwall 1604-30; Constable of St Briavel's Castle and Warden of the Forest of Dean 1607/8; Councillor for the Colony of Virginia 1609; Captain of the Tower and Isle of Portsmouth and Constable of Porchester Castle 1609; Privy Councillor 1611; Lord Chamberlain of the Household 1615-26; a Commissioner for executing the office of Earl Marshal 1616-21; Chancellor of the University of Oxford 1616/7-30; Privy Councillor [S] 1617; Grandmaster of the Freemasons 1618-30; Lord Lieutenant of Somerset and Wiltshire 1621-30; Joint Commissioner of the Great Seal 1621; Warden of the New Forest 1624; a member of the Council of War 1626; Lord Steward of the Household 1626-30; a Lord Commissioner of the Admiralty 1628; Chief Justice in Eyre, South of Trent 1629-30; Vice-Admiral of South Wales

 

Philip [Herbert], 1st Earl of Montgomery later 4th Earl of Pembroke, KG

born

10 Oct 1584

mar. (1)

27 Dec 1604 Lady Susan de Vere (b. 26 May 1587; bur. 1 Feb 1628/9), half-sister and cohrss. in her issue of Henry [de Vere], 18th Earl of Oxford, and 3rd dau. of Edward [de Vere], 17th Earl of Oxford, by his first wife Hon Anne Cecil, 1st dau. by his second wife of William [Cecil], 1st Baron Burghley

children by first wife

1. Hon James Herbert, styled Lord Herbert of Shurland (bapt. 22 Sep 1616; bur. vp. 29 Aug 1617)

2. Hon Henry Herbert, styled Lord Herbert of Shurland (b. c. 19 Mar 1617/8; bur. vp. 5 Apr 1618)

3. Hon Sir Charles Herbert, styled Lord Herbert of Shurland, Knight of the Bath at the Coronation of King Charles I 1625/6 (b. 20 Aug 1619; dvp. and sp. Jan 1635/6), mar. 8 Jan 1634/5 Lady Mary Villiers (bapt. 30 Mar 1622; (2) 3 Aug 1637 James [Stuart], 4th Duke of Lennox, and (3) bef. 26 Nov 1664 Col Thomas Howard, Lieut of the Yeomen of the Guard; bur. 28 Nov 1685), only dau. of George [Villiers], 1st Duke of Buckingham, by his wife Lady Katherine Manners, suo jure Baroness Ros, only child and hrss. by his first wife of Francis [Manners], 6th Earl of Rutland

4. Hon Philip Herbert, later 5th Earl of Pembroke

5. Hon William Herbert (d. unm.)

6. Hon James Herbert, of Kingsey, co. buckingham, mar. Jane Spiller, dau. of Sir Robert Spiller, of Laleham, co. Middlesex, and had issue

7. Hon John Herbert (dsp.), mar. Hon Penelope Bayning, 2nd dau. and cohrss. of Paul [Bayning], 2nd Viscount Bayning, by his wife Penelope Naunton (mar. (2) as his first wife 28 Mar 1639 his elder brother Philip [Herbert], 5th Earl of Pembroke), only dau. and hrss. of Sir Robert Naunton, Master of the Court of Wards and Liveries and Secretary of State to King James I, by his wife Penelope Perrot, dau. of Sir Thomas Perrot by his wife Lady Dorothy Devereux, 2nd dau. of Walter [Devereux], 1st Earl of Essex

1. Lady Anna Sophie Herbert (d. bef. 7 Feb 1694/5), mar. 27 Feb 1625 Robert [Dormer], 1st Earl of Carnarvon, and had issue

2. Lady Catherine Herbert (dvp. young)

3. Lady Mary Herbert (d. unm.)

mar. (2)

1 Jun 1630 Lady Anne Sackville, suo jure Baroness de Clifford (widow of Richard [Sackville], 3rd Earl of Dorset;  dsp. 22 Mar 1675/6), only child of George [Clifford], 3rd Earl of Cumberland, by his wife Lady Margaret Russell, 3rd dau. by his first wife of Francis [Russell], 2nd Earl of Bedford

died

23 Jan 1649/50

created

4 May 1605 Baron Herbert of Shurland, of Shurland in the Isle of Sheppey in the County of Kent, and Earl of Montgomery

suc. by

son by first wife

note

a Gentleman of the Privy Chamber 1603-25; Knight of the Bath 1603; Member of Parliament for Glamorganshire 1604-05; Chancellor and Chamberlain of Anglesey, Carnarvonshire and Merionethshire for life 1605; Knight of the Garter 1608; Premier Councillor for the Colony of Virginia 1611/2; High Steward of Oxford University 1615-41; Keeper of the Palace of York Place, Westminster 1616; Constable of Queenborough Castle 1617; Lord Lieutenant of Kent 1623/4, of Buckinghamshire 1628-41, of Somerset 1630-34, of Wiltshire 1630-49/50 and of Cornwall 1630-42; Privy Councillor 1624; Lord Chamberlain of the Household 1626-41; granted the Islands of Barbados 1627/8; High Steward of Westminster 1628-49/50; High Steward of the Duchy of Cornwall and Lord Warden of the Stannaries 1630; Vice-Admiral of South Wales; Constable of St Briavel's Castle and Warden of the Forest of Dean 1631; High Steward of Exeter 1635; Captain General of a Regiment of Horse 1638/9; Chancellor of the University of Oxford 1641-43 and 1647-50; took the side of Parliament in the Civil War; Privy Councillor [S] 1641; Lord Lieutenant of Hampshire 1641/2, of Monmouthshire, Glamorgan and Brecknockshire 1642, of Kent 1642, of Somerset 1643 and of Cardiganshire 1646, all on behalf of Parliament; a member of the Committee of Safety 1642; a member of the Assembly of Divines 1643; Governor of the Isle of Wight 1642-47; Captain-General in the West 1642; a Commissioner of the Admiralty 1645; an envoy to the King from Parliament Mar 1641/2, Nov 1642, Jan 1642/3, Jan 1644/5, Jul 1646 and 1648; voted a Dukedom by Parliament 1645; Constable of Windsor Castle 1648-49/50; High Steward and Keeper of Greenwich Park 1648; a member of the Council of State 1648/9-49/50; Member of Parliament for Berkshire 1649

 

Philip [Herbert], 5th Earl of Pembroke

bapt.

20 Feb 1620/1

mar. (1)

28 Mar 1639 Penelope Bayning (bapt. 2 Oct 1620; widow of Paul [Bayning], 2nd Viscount Bayning;  d. c. 1647), only dau. and hrss. of Sir Robert Naunton, Master of the Court of Wards and Liveries and Secretary of State to King James I, by his wife Penelope Perrot, dau. of Sir Thomas Perrot by his wife Lady Dorothy Devereux, 2nd dau. of Walter [Devereux], 1st Earl of Essex

only child by first wife

1. Hon William Herbert, later 6th Earl of Pembroke

mar. (2)

1649 Catherine Villiers (bur. 25 Feb 1677/8), yst. dau. of Sir William Villiers, 1st Bt., of Brooksby, co. Leicester, by his third wife Rebecca Roper, dau. of Robert Roper, of Heanor, co. Derby

children by second wife

2. Hon Philip Herbert, later 7th Earl of Pembroke

3. Hon Thomas Herbert, later 8th Earl of Pembroke

1. Lady Susan Herbert (d. bef. Dec 1693), mar. 15 Jul 1667 as his second wife John [Poulett], 3rd Baron Poulett, and had issue

2. Lady Mary Herbert, mar. as his second wife Sir John Posthumus Sydenham, 2nd Bt. MP, of Brympton, co. Somerset, and had issue

3. Lady Catherine Herbert, mar. Sir John Williams, 2nd Bt., of Llangibby, co. Monmouth (dsp. Nov 1704)

4. Lady Rebecca Herbert (d. unm.)

5. Lady Anne Herbert (d. unm.)

died

11 Dec 1669

suc. by

son by first wife

note

Captain of a Troop of Horse 1639; Member of Parliament for Wiltshire 1640 and for Glamorganshire 1649-50; Joint Lord Lieutenant of Somerset 1640-42; took the side of Parliament in the Civil War; Lord Lieutenant of Monmouthshire, Brecknockshire and Glamorganshire 1642, all on behalf of Parliament; a Councillor of State 1651-52; President of the Council of State 1652; a Militia Commissioner for South Wales 1655; a Lord of Trade 1660

 

William [Herbert], 6th Earl of Pembroke

born

1640

died

8 Jul 1674

suc. by

half-brother

note

Member of Parliament for Glamorgan 1661-69

 

Philip [Herbert], 7th Earl of Pembroke

bapt.

5 Jan 1652/3

mar.

17 Dec 1674 Countess Henriette Mauricette de Penancoet de Kéroualle (mar. (2) 11 May 1685 Thimoléon Gouffier, Marquis de Thois;  d. 12 Nov 1728), younger sister of Louise Renée de Penancoet de Kéroualle, suo jure Duchess of Portsmouth, and 2nd dau. of Guillaume de Penancoet, Count de Kéroualle, by his wife Marie de Ploeuc, dau. of Sebastien de Ploeuc, Marquis de Timeur et de Kergorlay

only child

1. Lady Charlotte Herbert, cohrss. to the Barony of FitzHugh (b. c. 1676; d. 13 Nov 1733; bur. in Salisbury Cathedral), mar. (1) 17 Jul 1688 John [Jeffreys], 2nd Baron Jeffreys, and (2) 28 Aug 1703 Thomas [Windsor], 1st Viscount Windsor, and had issue by both husbands

died

s.p.m. 29 Aug 1683

suc. by

brother

note

Knight of the Bath 1661; Lord Lieutenant of Wiltshire 1675-83

 

Thomas [Herbert], 8th Earl of Pembroke, KG PC

born

c. 1656

mar. (1)

26 Jul 1684 Margaret Sawyer (d. 17 Nov 1706), only dau. and hrss. of Sir Robert Sawyer, of High Clere, co. Hampshire, Attorney-General 1681-87, by his wife Margaret Suckeley, 1st dau. of Ralph Suckeley, of Canonbury in Islington, co. Middlesex

children by first wife

1. Hon Henry Herbert, later 9th Earl of Pembroke

2. Hon Robert Sawyer Herbert, of High Clere, co. Berkshire (dsp. 1769), mar. 1705 Mary Smith, dau. of John Smith MP, Speaker of the House of Commons

3. Col Thomas Herbert (d. 25 Dec 1739)

4. Maj General Hon William Herbert (d. 31 Mar 1757), mar. Catherine Elizabeth Tewes, of Aix-la-Chapelle (d. 28 Aug 1770), and had issue:

1a. Henry Herbert, later 1st Earl of Carnarvon

5. Hon Nicholas Herbert (d. 1775), mar. 19 Jul 1737 Anne North, dau. and hrss. of Dudley North, of Glemham Hall, co. Suffolk, by his wife Catherine Yale, dau. and hrss. of Elihu Yale, and had issue

1. Lady Catherine Herbert (d. 1716), mar. Sir Nicholas Morice, 2nd Bt. MP, of Werrington, co. Devon, and had issue

2. Lady Rebecca Herbert (d. 20 Oct 1758), mar. 20 May 1732 as his second wife William [Nevill], 16th or 9th or 1st Baron Abergavenny, and had issue

mar. (2)

21 Sep 1708 Barbara Arundel (widow of (1) Sir Richard Mauleverer, 4th Bt., of Allerton Mauleverer, co. York, and (2) John [Arundel], 2nd Baron Arundel of Trerice;  d. 1 Aug 1722), dau. of Sir Thomas Slingsby, 2nd Bt., of Scriven, co. York, by his wife Dorothy Cradock, dau. and cohrss. of George Cradock, of Caverswell Castle, co. Stafford

only child by second wife

3. Lady Barbara Herbert, mar. Dudley North, of Glemham Hall, co. Suffolk, brother of his wife's half-brother's wife

mar. (3)

14 Jun 1725 Hon Mary Howe, a Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Caroline (mar. (2) 9 Oct 1735 as his first wife Lt Col Hon John Mordaunt, of Parson's Green, co. Middlesex, brother of Charles [Mordaunt], 4th Earl of Peterborough; d. 12 Sep 1749), 1st dau. of Scrope [Howe], 1st Viscount Howe, by his second wife Hon Juliana Alington, only child by his second wife of William [Alington], 3rd and 1st Baron Alington

died

22 Jan 1732/3

suc. by

son by first wife

note

Member of Parliament for Wilton 1679-81; Lord Lieutenant of Wiltshire 1683-87 and 1688/9-1733; Commander of the British Regiments in Holland 1685; Ambassador to the States General 1689 and 1705; Privy Councillor 1689; a Lord of Trade and Plantations 1689; First Lord of the Admiralty 1689/90-92 and 1701-01/2; Col of a Regiment of Marines 1690; an Elder Brother of the Trinity House 1691 and Master 1692-94; Lord Privy Seal 1691-99;  a Commissioner of Greenwich Hospital 1694; Lord Lieutenant of South Wales and of Monmouthshire 1695-1715; a Lord Justice of the Realm (Regent) 1695, 1696, 1697, 1698, 1699, 1700 and 1701; Lord President of the Council 1699-1701/2 and 1702-08; Knight of the Garter 1700; Lord High Admiral of England 1702 and 1708-09; Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 1707-08; High Steward of Salisbury 1708

 

Henry [Herbert], 9th Earl of Pembroke, PC

born

29 Jan 1693

mar.

28 Aug 1733 Hon Mary FitzWilliam, a Maid of Honour to Queen Caroline (bapt. 8 Sep 1707; mar. (2) 4 Sep 1751 Maj North Ludlow Bernard;  d. 13 Feb 1769), 1st dau. of Richard [FitzWilliam], 5th Viscount FitzWilliam, by his wife Frances Shelley, de jure suo jure Baroness Abergavenny, only child of Sir John Shelley, 3rd Bt., of Michaelgrove, co. Sussex, by his first wife Hon Bridget Nevill, only dau. and sole hrss. in her issue of George [Nevill], 1st Baron Abergavenny

only child

1. Hon Henry Herbert, later 10th Earl of Pembroke

died

9 Jan 1749/50

suc. by

son

note

a Lord of the Bedchamber (Whig) 1714-35; Lieut Col of the Coldstream Foot Guards 1717, Col 1st Troop of Life Guards 1721-33, Col of the 2nd (King's Own) Regiment of Horse 1733-34, Maj General 1735 and Lieut General 1742; Lord Lieutenant of Wiltshire and high Steward of Salisbury 1733-46/50; Privy Councillor 1734/5; Groom of the Stole and First Lord of the Bedchamber 1735-49/50; a Lord Justice of the Realm (Regent) 1741, 1743 and 1748

 

Henry [Herbert], 10th Earl of Pembroke

born

3 Jul 1734

mar.

12 Mar 1756 Lady Elizabeth Spencer, a Lady of the Bedchamber 1783-1818 (b. 29 Dec 1737; d. 30 Apr 1831), 2nd dau. of Charles [Spencer], 3rd Duke of Marlborough, by his wife Hon Elizabeth Trevor, dau. and hrss. of Thomas [Trevor], 2nd Baron Trevor

only child

1. Hon George Augustus Herbert, later 11th Earl of Pembroke

died

26 Jan 1794

suc. by

son

note

High Steward of Salisbury 1750; Ensign, Bland's Dragoons 1752, Capt, 1st Regiment of Dragoon Guards 1754, Lt Col, 1st Regiment of Foot Guards 1756, Lt Col of the 15th Light Dragoons 1759-62, served in Germany 1760-63, Adjutant-General 1760-61, Maj-General 1761, commanded the Cavalry Brigade 1761-63, Col of the 1st Dragoons 1764-94, Lieut General 1770 and General 1782 ; Lord Lieutenant of Wiltshire 1756-80 and 1782-94; a Lord of the Bedchamber 1756-63 and 1770-80; ADC to King George II 1758-60; Governor of Portsmouth 1782-94

 

George Augustus [Herbert], 11th Earl of Pembroke, KG PC

born

10 Sep 1759

mar. (1)

8 Apr 1787 his cousin Elizabeth Beauclerk (d. 25 Mar 1793), 2nd dau. of Topham Beauclerk by his wife Lady Diana Spencer, 1st dau. of Charles [Spencer], 3rd Duke of Marlborough

children by first wife

1. Hon George Herbert (b. 26 Mar 1788; dvp. 5 Jul 1793)

2. Hon Robert Henry Herbert, later 12th Earl of Pembroke

3. Hon Charles Herbert (b. 1793; dvp. 1798)

1. Lady Diana Herbert (b. 3 Feb 1790; d. 2 Dec 1841), mar. 17 May 1816 Welbore Ellis [Agar], 2nd Earl of Normanton, and had issue

mar. (2)

25 Jan 1808 Countess Catherine Romanovitch (b. 24 Oct 1783; d. 27 Mar 1856), only dau. of Simon Romanovitch, 3rd Count Woronzow, Russian Ambassador to London 1784-1806

children by second wife

4. Rt Hon Sidney Herbert, 1st Baron Herbert of Lea (cr. 15 Jan 1861), Member of Parliament for South Wiltshire 1832-61, Secretary of the Admiralty 1841-45, Secretary for War 1845-46, 1852-55 and 1859-61, Colonial Secretary 1855 (b. 16 Sep 1810; d. 2 Aug 1861), mar. 12 Aug 1846 Mary Elizabeth A'Court-Repington (b. 21 Jul 1822; d. 30 Oct 1911), only dau. of Lt General Charles Ashe A'Court-Repington CB. and had issue:

1a. Hon George Robert Charles Herbert, later 2nd Baron Herbert of Lea later 13th Earl of Pembroke

2a. Hon Sidney Herbert, later 14th Earl of Pembroke

3a. Hon William Reginald Herbert RN, granted the rank and precedence of an earl's younger son by Royal Warrant 1862 (b. 21 May 1854; d. 6 Sep 1870)

4a. Rt Hon Sir Michael Henry Herbert KCMG CB, granted the rank and precedence of an earl's younger son by Royal Warrant 1862, Ambassador to Washington 1902-03 (b. 25 Jun 1857; d. 30 Sep 1903), mar. 27 Nov 1888 Lelia Wilson (d. 19 Nov 1923), dau. of Richard T Wilson, of Newport, Rhode Island, USA, and had issue:

1b. Capt Sir Sidney Herbert, 1st Bt. (created 18 Jul 1936, styled "of Boyton in the County of Wiltshire"), Private Secretary to Secretary of State for War 1919-20, Member of Parliament (Unionist) for Scarborough and Whitby 1922-31 and for Westminster 1932-38, Parliamentary Private Secretary to President, Board of Education 1922-23 and to Prime Minister 1923-24 and 1924-27 (b. 29 Jul 1890 ; d. 22 Mar 1939)

2b. Lt Michael George Herbert (b. 1893 ; d. 26 Sep 1932)

1a. Lady Mary Catherine Herbert, granted the rank and precedence of an earl's daughter by Royal Warrant 1862 (d. 2 Dec 1935), mar. 27 Nov 1873 Friedrich, Baron von Hügel (b. May 1852; d. 27 Han 1925), and had issue

2a. Lady Elizabeth Maud Herbert, granted the rank and precedence of an earl's daughter by Royal Warrant 1862 (d. 28 Feb 1923), mar. 25 Jun 1872 Sir (Charles) Hubert Hastings Parry, 1st Bt. CVO, of Highnam Court, co. Gloucester, and had issue

3a. Lady Constance Gladys Herbert, granted the rank and precedence of an earl's daughter by Royal Warrant 1862 (b. 24 Apr 1859; d. 27 Oct 1917), mar. (1) 6 Jul 1878 St George Henry [Lowther], 4th Earl of Lonsdale, and (2) 7 May 1885 Frederick Oliver [Robinson], 2nd Marquess of Ripon, and had issue by her first husband

2. Lady Elizabeth Herbert (b. 31March 1809; d. 20 Sep 1858), mar. 3 Jul 1830 Richard Charles Francis [Meade], 3rd Earl of Clanwilliam, and had issue

3. Lady Mary Caroline Herbert (b. 22 Mar 1813; dsp. 20 Jan 1892), mar. 11 May 1837 George William Frederick [Brudenell-Bruce], 2nd Marquess of Ailesbury

4. Lady Catherine Herbert (b. 31 Oct 1814; d. 12 Feb 1886), mar. 27 Sep 1836 Alexander Edward [Murray], 6th Earl of Dunmore, and had issue

5. Lady Georgiana Herbert (b. 3 Aug 1817; dsp. 28 Feb 1841), mar. 18 Aug 1840 as his first wife Henry [Petty-FitzMaurice], 4th Marquess of Lansdowne

6. Lady Emma Herbert (b. 23 Aug 1819; d. 10 Oct 1884), mar. 16 Sep 1839 Thomas [Vesey], 3rd Viscount de Vesci, and had issue

died

26 Oct 1827

suc. by

son by first wife

note

Ensign, 12th Regiment of Foot 1775, Captain, 75th Regiment of Foot 1778, Major, 22nd Regiment of Dragoons 1781, Lt Col, 2nd Regiment of Dragoon Guards 1782, Maj General 1795, Col, 26th Dragoons 1797-1827, Lieut General 1802 and General 1812; Member of Parliament for Wilton 1780-85 and 1788-94; Privy Councillor 1784; Vice-Chamberlain of the Household 1784-94; Lord Lieutenant of Wiltshire 1794-1827; Knight of the Garter 1805; Governor of Guernsey 1807-27

 

Robert Henry [Herbert], 12th Earl of Pembroke

born

19 Sep 1791

mar.+

17 Aug 1814 Princess Octavia Spinelli de Rubari (widow of Prince Buttera de Rubari, of Sicily;  d. Dec 1857), dau. of Duke of Laurino

died

s.p. 25 Apr 1862

suc. by

half-nephew

note

High Steward of Wilton

 

George Robert Charles [Herbert], 2nd Baron Herbert of Lea later 13th Earl of Pembroke

born

6 Jul 1850

mar.

19 Aug 1874 Lady Gertrude Frances Chetwynd-Talbot (b. 21 Mar 1840; dsp. 30 Sep 1906), 3rd dau. of Henry John Chetwynd [Chetwynd-Talbot], 18th Earl of Shrewsbury, by his wife Lady Sarah Elizabeth Beresford, only surv. dau. of Henry de la Poer [Beresford], 2nd Marquess of Waterford

died

s.p. 3 May 1895

suc. by

brother

note

suc. his father 2 Aug 1861 as 2nd Baron Herbert of Lea; Under Secretary of State for War (Conservative) 1874-75; a Trustee of the National Portrait Gallery 1887-95

 

Sidney [Herbert], 14th Earl of Pembroke, GCVO PC

born

20 Feb 1853

mar.

29 Aug 1877 Lady Beatrix Louisa Lambton (b. 29 Mar 1859; d. 12 Mar 1944), 1st dau. of George Frederick D'Arcy [Lambton], 2nd Earl of Durham, by his wife Lady Beatrix Frances Hamilton, 2nd dau. of James [Hamilton], 1st Duke of Abercorn

children

1. Hon Reginald Herbert, later 15th Earl of Pembroke

2. Hon Sir George Sidney Herbert, 1st Bt. (cr. 1 Mar 1927), Gentleman Usher to King George V and King Edward VIII (1926-36), ADC to King George VI 1936-42 and Groom-in-Waiting and Gentleman Usher 1937-42 (b. 8 Oct 1886; d. 30 Jan 1942)

1. Lady Beatrix Frances Gertrude Herbert (d. 3 Dec 1957), mar. (1) 29 Apr 1903 Maj Sir Neville Rodwell Wilkinson KCVO, Ulster King of Arms (d. 22 Dec 1940), and (2) 5 Mar 1942 as his second wife Ralph Francis [Howard], 7th Earl of Wicklow, and had issue by her first husband

2. Lady Muriel Katherine Herbert (d. 13 Feb 1951), mar. 5 Aug 1920 Dr Arthur John Jex-Blake, 2nd son of Very Rev Thomas William Jex-Blake DD, Dean of Wells, and had issue

died

30 Mar 1913

suc. by

son

note

granted the style and precedence of the younger son of an earl by Royal Warrant 1862; Member of Parliament for Wilton 1877-85 and for Croydon 1886-95; Conservative Whip 1885-86 and 1886-92; a Lord of the Treasury 1885-92; Lord Steward of the Household 1895-1905; Privy Councillor 1895; GCVO 1896; Mayor of Wilton 1899

 

Reginald [Herbert], 15th Earl of Pembroke, MVO

born

8 Sep 1880

mar.

21 Jan 1904 Lady Beatrice Eleanor Paget CBE, Mayor of Wilton 1942-46 and 1954 (b. 22 Jun 1883; d. 8 Feb 1973), sister of Charles Henry Alexander [Paget], 6th Marquess of Anglesey, and 2nd dau. of Lord Alexander Victor Paget (by his wife and second cousin Hon Hester Alice Stapleton-Cotton, 2nd dau. of Wellington Henry [Stapleton-Cotton], 2nd Viscount Combermere), 2nd son by his second wife of Henry [Paget], 2nd Marquess of Anglesey

children

1. Hon Sidney Charles Herbert, later 16th Earl of Pembroke

2. Hon David Alexander Reginald Herbert (b. 3 Oct 1908; d. 3 Apr 1995)

3. Lt Col Hon Anthony Edward George Herbert DSO (b. 12 Sep 1911; d. 22 Aug 1971)

1. Lady Patricia Herbert DCVO, Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother 1937-94 (b. 12 Nov 1904; d, 19 Mar 1994), mar. 26 Sep 1928 William Henry [Smith], 3rd Viscount Hambleden, and had issue

died

13 Jan 1960

suc. by

son

note

Lieut, Royal Horse Guards 1900, Captain 1906, Lt Col; ADC to the Commander-in-Chief in Ireland 1912-14; MVO 1918; Mayor of Wilton 1932 and 1933

 

Sidney Charles [Herbert], 16th Earl of Pembroke, CVO

born

9 Jan 1906

mar.

27 Jul 1936 Lady Mary Dorothea Hope CVO, a Lady-in-Waiting to HRH the Duchess of Kent 1934-49 and an Extra Lady-in-Waiting 1949-68 (b. 31 Dec 1903; d. 16 Jan 1995), 2nd and only surv. dau. of John Adrian Louis [Hope], 1st Marquess of Linlithgow, by his wife Hon Hersey Alice Eveleigh-De Moleyns, 3rd dau. of Dayrolles Blakeney [De Moleyns later Eveleigh-De Moleyns], 4th Baron Ventry

children

1. Hon Henry George Charles Alexander Herbert, later 17th Earl of Pembroke

1. Lady Diana Mary Herbert (b. 19 Apr 1937; d. 24 Nov 2008)

died

16 Mar 1969

suc. by

son

note

Equerry to HRH the 1st Duke of Kent 1933-42; Comptroller and Private Secretary to HRH Princess Marina, Duchess of Kent 1942-48; Trustee of the National Gallery 1942-49 and 1953-60; Trustee of the National Portrait Gallery 1944-58; CVO 1945; Lord Lieutenant of Wiltshire 1954-69

 

Henry George Charles Alexander [Herbert], 17th Earl of Pembroke

born

19 May 1939

mar. (1)

20 Jan 1966 (div. 1981) Claire Rose Pelly (mar. (2) 1984 as his second wife Stuart Wyndham Murray Threipland, of Trafalgar House, Salisbury, co. Wiltshire), only dau. of Douglas Gurney Pelly, of Swaynes Hall, Saffron Walden, co. Essex, by his wife Monica Tate, only dau. of Lt Col Arthur Wignall Tate DSO, of Lenwade House, Great Witchingham, co. Norfolk

children by first wife

1. Hon William Alexander Sidney Herbert, later 18th Earl of Pembroke

1. Lady Sophia Elizabeth Herbert (b. 10 Dec 1966), mar. 2001 Alexander Patrick Murray Threipland (b. 17 Aug 1972), 1st son and heir of Stuart Wyndham Murray Threipland, of Trafalgar House, Salisbury, co. Wiltshire, by his first wife Belinda Mary Musker, 1st dau. of Maj (Anthony) Dermot Melloney Musker by his wife Hon Mary Angela FitzRoy, 1st dau. and cohrss. of (Robert) Oliver [FitzRoy], 2nd Viscount Daventry, and has issue

2. Lady Emma Louise Herbert (b. 12 Mar 1969)

3. Lady Flora Katinka Herbert (mar. 22 Sep 1970)

mar. (2)

1988 Miranda Juliet Oram (b. 1962), only child of Cmdr John Somerville Kendal Oram, of Bulbridge House, Wilton, co. Wiltshire, by his wife Juliet Hermione Abbey, 1st dau. of Maj John Roland Abbey, by his wife Lady Ursula Helen Cairns, 2nd dau. of Wilfrid Dallas [Cairns], 4th Earl Cairns

children by second wife

4. Lady Jemima Juliet Herbert (b. 4 Oct 1989)

5. Lady Alice Mary Herbert (b. 10 Nov 1991)

6. Lady Katie Ella Herbert (b. 26 Aug 1997)

died

7 Oct 2003

suc. by

son by first wife

 

William Alexander Sidney [Herbert], 18th Earl of Pembroke

born

18 May 1978

mar.

29 May 2010 Victoria Bullough, dau. of Michael Bullough of Culcreuch, of Huntingtower, co. Perth, by his wife Sandra Lee-Graham

children

1. Hon Reginald Henry Michael Herbert, styled Lord Herbert (b. 21 Oct 2012)

1. Lady Alexandra EloiseEkaterina Herbert (b. Apr 2011)

 

 Last updated 18 Nov 2012

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Titles:

18th Earl of Pembroke

(England, let. pat.11 Aug 1551)

15th Earl of Montgomery

(England, let. pat. 4 May 1605)

18th Baron Herbert of Cardiff, of Cardiff in the County of Glamorgan

(England, let. pat.10 Aug 1551)

15th Baron Herbert of Shurland, of Shurland in the Isle of Sheppey

(England, let. pat. 4 May 1605)

7th Baron Herbert of Lea

(United Kingdom, let. pat. 15 Jan 1861)

 

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