Robert Kerr (MP)

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Sir Robert Kerr or Carr (c.1578 – 1654), of Ancram, Roxburgh; Whitehall Palace and Kew, Surrey was an English politician.


Kerr married Elizabeth Murray, daughter of Sir John Murray of Blackbarony and they had one son. His second wife was Lady Anne Stanley, daughter of William Stanley, 6th earl of Derby.


He was a Member (MP) of the Parliament of England for Aylesbury in 1625, for Lostwithiel and Preston in 1628.[1]