Lonsdale was married a total of four times. He married his first wife Tuppina Cecily Bennet in 1945; they were to have a daughter and a son before their divorce in 1954, and in that year he married his cousin Jennifer Lowther, granddaughter of James Lowther, 1st Viscount Ullswater, with whom he had a son and two daughters. That marriage ended in 1962 and in the following year he married his third wife Nancy Ruth Stephenson (née Cobbs), originally of Pacific Palisades, California, with whom he had a son. They were divorced in 1975 following which he married his fourth and final wife Caroline Sheila Ley on 3 December 1975, who bore him a further son and a daughter. Lonsdale had eight children, and thirteen grandchildren by the time of his death. His eldest son Hugh Clayton Lowther succeeded him as the 8th Earl of Lonsdale.
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