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|Year of Marriage|
|Year of Birth||1719|
|Year of Death||1782|
|Father's Rank||[Lower gentry]|
|Mother||Penelope Berenger née Temple|
1 Richard Berenger was baptized at Westminster, in London.
1 Richard Berenger's official residence at the time he was the gentleman of the horse to George III.
Richard Berenger was appointed Gentleman of the Horse to George III in 1760.
Courtier, equestrian, translator, author and Gentleman of the Horse to George III
Climenson, 1906a; Blunt, 1923a; Courtney, 2008
Richard Berenger published his translation of Claude Bourgelat's "A New System of Horsemanship" from French in 1754 and he also wrote the "History and Art of Horsemanship".
|BC_1771_EMONTAGU_RB||1771||Montagu, Elizabeth (née Robinson)||Berenger, Richard|
|BC_177x_EMONTAGU_RB||177x||Montagu, Elizabeth (née Robinson)||Berenger, Richard|