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Peregrine Cust (1791–1873) Cust was the son of Brownlow Cust, 1st Baron Brownlow, by Frances, daughter of Sir Henry Bankes, of Wimbledon. He was the brother of John Cust, 1st Earl Brownlow, William Cust and Sir Edward Cust, 1st Baronet. He was returned to Parliament at the 1818 general election as one of two members for the borough of Honiton in Devon, and re-elected there in 1820.
Peregrine Cust (1723–1785) Peregrine Cust (1723 – 2 January 1785) was a British politician and Member of Parliament (MP). He was also Deputy Chairman of the East India Company in 1769.
Peregrine Cust (1723–1785) Cust was born in 1723 and baptized on 19 May 1723. He was the fourth son of Sir Richard Cust, 2nd Baronet, and a younger brother of Sir John Cust and Francis Cust, both future politicians. Peregrine was educated at The King's School, Grantham, and apprenticed to a firm of linen drapers in 1739. He was sent to Holland in 1743 for his further education, where he learnt Dutch.
Peregrine Cust (1791–1873) Cust was married three times. He married firstly Lady Isabella Mary, daughter of Charles Montagu-Scott, 4th Duke of Buccleuch, in 1823. After her early death in October 1829 he married secondly the Honourable Mary Sophia, daughter of John Townshend, 2nd Viscount Sydney, in 1833. After her death in December 1852 he married thirdly Frances, daughter of Charles Steer and widow of Augustus Keppel, 5th Earl of Albemarle, in 1860. There were children only from the first marriage. Frances died in May 1869. Cust remained a widower until his death in September 1873, aged 82.
Peregrine Cust (1723–1785) After investing £1,200 and having gained the interest of Charles Walcott, Cust was elected as MP for Bishop's Castle in 1761. He held the seat until 1768, when he was elected MP for New Shoreham. He represented New Shoreham until 1774, when he stood for Ilchester. Though he was declared to have been returned, a subsequent petition uncovered evidence of bribery and the election was declared void. Cust did not stand in the resulting re-election, but instead stood for Grantham in 1776, to which seat he was elected. He represented Grantham until 1780, when he again stood for Ilchester, and this time was declared duly elected. He was re-elected to the seat in 1784, and died the following year on 2 January 1785.
Peregrine Cust (1791–1873) Lieutenant-Colonel The Honourable Peregrine Francis Cust (13 August 1791 – 15 September 1873) was a British Tory Member of Parliament (MP).
Peregrine Cust (1791–1873) He did not stand again at Honiton in 1826, when was returned instead as one of the two MPs for the borough of Clitheroe in Lancashire. He held that seat for six years, until the 1832 general election, when the Great Reform Act reduced the borough to one seat and Cust did not seek re-election.
Peregrine Cust, 6th Baron Brownlow Peregrine Francis Adelbert Cust, 6th Baron Brownlow (27 April 1899 – 28 July 1978), was a British peer and courtier. He was the son of Adelbert Salusbury Cockayne Cust, 5th Baron Brownlow, and his wife Maud Buckle.
Peregrine Cust, 6th Baron Brownlow The National Trust are now the owners of Belton House.
Peregrine Cust, 6th Baron Brownlow He was educated at Eton, and the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, later being commissioned into the Grenadier Guards.