High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Charles Henry Gordon-Lennox, 7th Duke of Richmond and Lennox and 2nd Duke of Gordon, KG, GCVO (27 December 1845 18 January 1928) was a British politician and peer. His parents were Charles Henry Gordon-Lennox, 6th Duke of Richmond and Frances Harriett Greville. His first wife was Amy Mary Ricardo by whom he sired 8th Duke of Richmond, along with four other children. After her death, he married Isabel Sophie Craven, by whom he had three more children. Gordon-Lennox was born in Portland Place, London, England. Between 1859 and 1863, he was educated at Eton. He joined the Grenadier Guards two years later, although he retired in 1869 after he was elected as member of Parliament (MP) for West Sussex. He represented that constituency until it was abolished for the 1885 general election, when he was returned to the House of Commons for the Chichester constituency. He held his seat until 1889. Around this time, he entered his position as an Ecclesiastical Commissioner, in which he served until 1903. He and his brother, Algernon Gordon-Lennox, served in the South African War.