- Arthur Gore, 1st Earl of Arran (1703–1717), Irish MP for Donegal Borough
- Arthur Gore, 2nd Earl of Arran (1734–1809), Irish MP for Wexford County
- Arthur Gore, 3rd Earl of Arran (1761–1837), Irish MP for Baltimore, British MP for County Donegal
- Arthur Gore, 5th Earl of Arran (1839–1901), Anglo-Irish diplomat, Lord Lieutenant of Mayo
- Arthur Gore, 6th Earl of Arran (1868–1958), Anglo-Irish soldier, Lord Lieutenant of Donegal
- Arthur Gore, 7th Earl of Arran (1903–1958), Anglo-Irish author
- Arthur Gore, 8th Earl of Arran (1910–1983), Anglo-Irish peer
- Arthur Gore, 9th Earl of Arran (born 1938), British politician
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