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Charles Lennox (1730 - bef. 1730)

Charles "Earl of March" Lennox
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European Aristocracy
Charles Lennox was a member of the aristocracy in England.
Charles Lennox died young.

Charles Lennox was the second but first surviving son of Charles Lennox, 2nd Duke of Richmond, and his wife, Lady Sarah Cadogan and was born on 9 September 1730. He held the courtesy title of Earl of March, but unfortunately died aged less than two months and was buried on 6 November 1730 at St Martin's-in-the-Fields, Middlesex, England.[1]

(The original death date for this profile of 1 November 1730 was not sourced and can not be confirmed at this stage)


  1. Cokayne et al, p. 840
  • Cokayne, G.E., Doubleday, H.A., White, Geoffrey H., & Lord Howard de Walden (eds.), (1945), The Complete Peerage : or a history of the House of Lords and all its members from the earliest times, 2nd ed. Vol. 10; London : The St Catherine Press.

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hi John, just browsing during a conversation on child death, notice that this profile has no locations named in those fields. Actually creates a DBerror when left that way.


posted by Danielle Liard
Lennox-9 and Lennox-7 do not represent the same person because: Although they are both named Charles Lennox and have the same parents, Lennox-7 was an elder son who died young
posted by John Atkinson

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Categories: Middlesex, Infant Mortality