Arthur Ingram, 3rd Viscount of Irvine

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Arthur Ingram, 3rd Viscount of Irvine (25 January 1666 – 21 June 1702) was an English Member of Parliament and peer. He was the Vice-Admiral of Yorkshire and Member of Parliament for Yorkshire and Scarborough.

He married Isabella Machell (1670–1765) (daughter of John Machell (1637–1704, M.P. for Horsham, Sussex) of Hills Place, Horsham,[1] and Helena Warmestry[2]), by whom he had nine sons:[3]


  1. ^ See B.M. Crook, 'Machell, John (1637-1704), of Hills Place, Horsham, Suss.', in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons 1660-1690, ed. B.D. Henning, Vols 1660-90 (Boydell Press 1983) here.
  2. ^ W.H. Challen, 'John Machell, M.P., Horsham', Sussex Notes and Queries XVI (1964), pp. 114-121.
  3. ^ The Scots Peerage, v. 5, pp. 14–16
Parliament of England
Preceded by
Francis Thompson
John Hungerford
Member of Parliament for Scarborough
With: John Hungerford 1693–1695
Sir Charles Hotham 1695–1701
Succeeded by
Sir Charles Hotham
William Thompson
Preceded by
The Lord Fairfax of Cameron
Sir John Kaye
Member of Parliament for Yorkshire
With: The Lord Fairfax of Cameron
Succeeded by
Sir John Kaye
Marquess of Hartington
Honorary titles
Preceded by
The Earl of Mulgrave
Vice-Admiral of Yorkshire
Succeeded by
The Earl of Burlington
Preceded by
The Duke of Leeds
Lord Lieutenant of the North Riding of Yorkshire
Succeeded by
The Marquess of Normanby
Peerage of Scotland
Preceded by
Edward Ingram
Viscount of Irvine
Succeeded by
Edward Ingram