1731, Jan 91763, Feb 12
a British Whig politician and soldier. He was the only son of William Pulteney, 1st Earl of Bath and his wife Anna Maria Gumley, daughter of John Gumley. Pulteney was educated at Westminster School from 1740 to 1747 and began his Grand Tour in the following year. He traveled with John Douglas first to Leipzig, met his parents in Paris in 1749 and went then to Turin. In 1754, he entered the British House of Commons, sitting for Old Sarum until 1761. Subsequently he represented Westminster as Member of Parliament (MP) until his death in 1763. Pulteney was appointed Lord of the Bedchamber in 1760 and served as Aide-de-Camp to King George III of the United Kingdom between January and February 1763.
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