Field Marshal The Most Noble Charles Lennox, 3rd Duke of Richmond, K.G., P.C.
- Born: 22 February 1735
- Died: 29 December 1806
- 1735-1750 The Hon. Charles Lennox, commonly called Earl of March
- 1750-1751 The Duke of Richmond
- 1751-1753 Ensign The Duke of Richmond
- 1753-1756 Captain The Duke of Richmond
- 1756-1758 Lieutenant-Colonel The Duke of Richmond
- 1758-1760 Colonel The Duke of Richmond
- 1760-1765 Major-General The Duke of Richmond
- 1765-1770 Major-General The Duke of Richmond, P.C.
- 1770-1782 Lieutenant-General The Duke of Richmond, P.C.
- 1782-1792 General The Duke of Richmond, K.G., P.C.
- 1792-1806 Field Marshal The Duke of Richmond, K.G., P.C.
- Secretary of State for the Southern Department, 1766
- Master-General of the Ordnance, 1782-1783, 1783-1795
- Ambassador to France, 1763-1766
- Lord Lieutenant of Sussex, 1763-1806
- Ensign, 1751
- Captain, 1753
- Lieutenant-Colonel, 1756
- Colonel of the 72nd Foot, 1758
- Major-General, 1760
- Lieutenant-General, 1770
- General, 1782
- Field Marshal, 1792
- Colonel of the Horse Guards, 1795
- inherited the titles of Duke of Richmond, Earl of March, Baron Setrington (Peerage of England); Duke of Lennox, Earl of Darnley, Lord of Torboltoun (Peerage of Scotland), 1750
- Knight of the Garter, 1782
- Privy Councillor, 1765
Henry Seymour Conway
|Secretary of State for the Southern Department|
The Earl of Shelburne