Charles Murray, 1st Earl of Dunmore (1661–1710) was a British peer, previously Lord Charles Murray.
The second son of John Murray, 1st Marquess of Atholl, he rose to become a general in the British Army and was created Earl of Dunmore, Lord Murray of Blair, Moulin and Tillimet (or Tullimet) and Viscount of Fincastle, all in the Peerage of Scotland, in 1686. 
Dunmore married Catherine Watts, daughter of Richard Watts, on 8 December 1682, and together they had five sons and three daughters:
John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore, known as Lord Dunmore, was a Scottish peer and colonial governor in the American colonies and The Bahamas. He was the last colonial governor of Virginia.
Earl of Dunmore is a title in the Peerage of Scotland.
Lord Nairne is a title in the Peerage of Scotland, created by Charles II for Sir Robert Nairne of Strathord in 1681, which since 1995 is held by the Viscount Mersey.
Alexander Edward Murray, 8th Earl of Dunmore, known by the courtesy title Viscount Fincastle until 1907, was a British soldier and politician.
John Leveson-Gower, 1st Earl Gower,, known as The Baron Gower from 1709 to 1746, was a British Tory politician from the Leveson-Gower family, one of the first Tories to enter government after the Hanoverian Succession.
John Murray, 1st Marquess of Atholl, KT was a leading Scottish royalist and defender of the Stuarts during the English Civil War of the 1640s, until after the rise to power of William and Mary in 1689. He succeeded as 2nd Earl of Atholl on his father's demise in June 1642 and as 3rd Earl of Tullibardine after the death of his first cousin the 2nd Earl in 1670.
Thomas William Coke, 2nd Earl of Leicester, known as Viscount Coke from 1837 to 1842, was a British peer.
Alexander Stewart, 6th Earl of Galloway was a Scottish aristocrat.
George Gordon, 9th Marquess of Huntly,, styled Lord Strathavon until 1795 and known as The Earl of Aboyne from 1795 to 1836, was a Scottish peer.
James Carnegie, 9th Earl of Southesk KT DL was a Scottish nobleman, explorer and poet.
The Hon. Keith Stewart of Glasserton was a Scottish Admiral and politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1762 and from 1768 to 1784.
Lord George Murray, 5th Earl of Dunmore FRSE, known as Viscount of Fincastle until 1809, was a Scottish peer.
Charles Adolphus Murray, 7th Earl of Dunmore VD, styled Viscount Fincastle from birth until 1845, was a Scottish peer, Conservative politician, explorer, author, and artist.
Catherine Murray, Countess of Dunmore, was an English peeress and promoter of Harris Tweed.
John Gordon, 3rd Earl of Aboyne was the son of Charles Gordon, 2nd Earl of Aboyne and Elizabeth Lyon. He succeeded his father as 3rd Earl of Aboyne in April 1702. On his death in 1732 he was succeeded in his titles by his eldest son.
Sir Andrew Agnew, 8th Baronet DL was a British politician and baronet.
John Stewart, 7th Earl of Galloway was a Scottish peer, styled Viscount Garlies from 1747 until 1773, who became the 7th Earl of Galloway in 1773 and who served as a Member of Parliament from 1761 to 1773.
Charles Noel Carnegie, 10th Earl of Southesk DL JP, was a Scottish nobleman.
John Murray, 2nd Earl of Dunmore, also Viscount of Fincastle and Lord Murray of Blair, Moulin and Tullimet, was a Scottish peer and British Army general.
William Murray, 2nd Lord Nairne was a Scottish peer and Jacobite who fought in the Rising of 1715, after which he was attainted and condemned to death for treason, but in 1717 he was indemnified and released.