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Philip Herbert, 5th Earl of Pembroke



Philip Herbert, 5th Earl of Pembroke.
From the original by Van Dyck, think 1635-36 (5th Earl age 14-15, had just become the heir, after the death of his older brother).
This is a copy made around the late 19th century by his descendants the Marquesses of Bute.
Now at Castell Coch.
See larger and full size. From Wikimedia Commons.




Philip Herbert, 5th Earl of Pembroke
and 2nd Earl of Montgomery,
bapt 20 Feb 1621.
See wikipedia.
See him as a boy in the famous group portrait of 4th Earl and family (about 1634-1635) in the Double Cube Room, Wilton.
He mar 1stly, 28 Mar 1639, to Penelope Naunton [born 1620].
She died 1647, age 27 yrs.
He had issue by 1st wife:


  1. William Herbert, 6th Earl of Pembroke (and 3rd Earl of Montgomery),
    born 1642.
    He succ as Earl in 1669.
    He died 8 July 1674, age 32 yrs.
    Title went to his brother.


Philip mar 2ndly, 1649, to Catherine Villiers.
He succ as 5th Earl of Pembroke in 1650.
He rented Durham House, the Strand, London. He planned to build a fine London town house there. But this did not happen.
He died 11 Dec 1669, age 48 yrs.
Catherine was buried on 25 Feb 1678.
5th Earl had issue by 2nd wife:


  1. Philip Herbert, 7th Earl of Pembroke,
    bapt 5 Jan 1653.
    He succ as Earl in 1674.
    He died in 1683. Title went to his brother.


  2. Thomas Herbert, 8th Earl of Pembroke,
    born 1656.






5th Earl. By Van Dyck.
From here.



5th Earl of Pembroke.
Engraving by Pierre Lombart, c.1660-63, based on portrait by Van Dyck of think 1635-36.
From NPG. See terms of use.
See more copies at NPG.
See also Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.



5th Earl's 1st wife Penelope Naunton.
See full size. From Royal Collection.



5th Earl's 1st wife Penelope Naunton.
Engraving by Pierre Lombart, c.1660-63, based on earlier portrait by Van Dyck.
Used with the kind permission of the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
See more portraits of her in Royal Collection.





5th Earl in [Complete Peerage].



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