Charles Bertie (died 1730)
- Charles Bertie (d. 13 September 1754), married Bathsheba Mead, daughter of Richard Mead; had four sons, Charles, Richard, James, and Rev. Montagu, all of whom died without issue
- Norborne Bertie (d. 1779), no issue
- Peregrine Bertie (1709–1777), married Elizabeth Payne in 1736, had several children including Albemarle Bertie, 9th Earl of Lindsey
- Susan Bertie, married Edward Hales, second son of Sir Edward Hales, 3rd Baronet
Bertie was politically active from 1702, when he became a freeholder of Northamptonshire, and helped rally the Tories of that county under the tutelage of his father. After the death of his father in 1711, he succeeded him as Member of Parliament for Stamford. He followed his half-second cousin, Lord Abingdon, in opposing the French commerce bill which was defeated in 1713, despite the support of the Tory Harley Ministry. However, Bertie was otherwise identified with the Tories and was in opposition to the Townshend Ministry, voting against the Septennial Act. At the 1727 election, his rival for political influence at Stamford, Lord Exeter, successfully ousted Bertie and returned his own candidates for both seats. He died in 1730 and was succeeded by his son Charles; he also left substantial legacies to his younger children.
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- Watson, Paula (1970). "BERTIE, Charles (d.1730), of Uffington, nr. Stamford, Lincs.". In Sedgwick, Romney. The House of Commons 1715-1754. The History of Parliament Trust.
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