Berenger, Richard


  1. Personal and family information
    1. Personal information
    2. Family
  2. Domicile region and Migration
    1. Place of Birth (Town)
    2. Domicile Region
    3. Migration
  3. Social Information
    1. Social Class
    2. Social Mobility
    3. Occupation
  4. Education
    1. Formal
    2. Private
    3. Languages known
  5. Sources
  6. Notes
  7. Sent letters
  8. Received letters

Personal and family information

Personal information

Person ID RB
Sex Male
First Name Richard
Last Name Berenger
Married name -
Spouse's Rank
Spouse's Title
Year of Marriage
Life span 63
Year of Birth 1719
Year of Death 1782


Father Moses Berenger
Father's Rank [Lower gentry]
Father's Title -
Mother Penelope Berenger née Temple

Domicile region and Migration

Place of Birth (Town)

Town [London]

Domicile Region

Address Town County Country From To Notes
- - - - - - 1

1 Richard Berenger was baptized at Westminster, in London.


Address Town County Country From To Notes
King's Mew London Middlesex England [1760] 1782 1

1 Richard Berenger's official residence at the time he was the gentleman of the horse to George III.

Social Information

Social Class

Rank [Lower gentry]
Title -
From -
To -

Social Mobility

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



Institution -
Highest Degree -
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Languages known



Bibliography IDs

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".

Sent letters

No letters

Received letters

Letter ID Year From To
BC_1771_EMONTAGU_RB 1771 Montagu, Elizabeth (née Robinson) Berenger, Richard
BC_177x_EMONTAGU_RB 177x Montagu, Elizabeth (née Robinson) Berenger, Richard