Sandbeck, near Rotherham, July 16, 1975: Lord Scarborough with his wife, Elizabeth, and two year old son, Richard, Viscount Lumley, in the grounds of Sandbeck Park.
Richard Osbert Lumley, 13th Earl of Scarbrough (born 18 May 1973), known as Viscount Lumley until 2004, is a British peer.
The elder son of Richard Lumley, 12th Earl of Scarbrough and his wife Lady Elizabeth, Lumley was educated at Eton College and was a Page of Honour to Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother from 1 March 1989 to 1 January 1991. He succeeded his father in 2004.
The Earl of Scarbrough is a title in the Peerage of England. It was created in 1690 for Richard Lumley, 2nd Viscount Lumley. He is best remembered as one of the Immortal Seven who invited William of Orange to invade England and depose his father-in-law James II. Lumley had already been created Baron Lumley, of Lumley Castle in the County of Durham, in 1681, and Viscount Lumley, of Lumley Castle in the County of Durham, in 1689. These titles are also in the Peerage of England. The historic family seat is Lumley Castle, which is still owned by the earl, but is now a hotel.