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Argyll, Duke of (S, 1701)

 

Creation: let. pat. 23 Jun 1701

 

Family name: Campbell

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Graphic of the Arms of the Dukes of Argyll by the late Don Smith

 

Arms:

Quarterly:  1st and 4th, Gyronny of eight Or and Sable (Campbell);  2nd and 3rd, Argent a Lymphad Sable sails furled flag and pennants flying and oars in action proper (the Lordship of Lorne);  in saltire behind the shield a Baton Gules powdered with Thistles Or ensigned with an Imperial Crown proper thereon the Crest of Scotland (as Hereditary Great Master of the Household in Scotland) and a Sword proper hilted and pommelled Or (as Hereditary Lord Justice General of Scotland)

Crests:

A Boar's Head fesswise erased Or armed Argent and langued Gules

Supporters:

On either side a Lion guardant Gules

Motto:

Ne Obliviscaris (Forget not)

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Archibald [Campbell], 10th Earl of Argyll later 1st Duke of Argyll, PC

1st son of Archibald [Campbell], 9th Earl of Argyll, by his first wife Lady Mary Stuart, 1st dau. of James [Stuart], 4th Earl of Moray

born

 

mar.

12 Mar 1677/78 Lady Elizabeth Tollemache (bapt. 10 Jul 1659; d. 9 May 1735), 1st dau. of Sir Lionel Tollemache, 3rd Bt., of Helmingham, co. Suffolk, by his wife Lady Elizabeth Murray, suo jure Countess of Dysart, 1st dau. and cohrss. of William [Murray], 1st Earl of Dysart

children:

1. Lord John Campbell, later 2nd Duke of Argyll

2. Lord Archibald Campbell, later 1st Earl of Ilay later 3rd Duke of Argyll

1. Lady Anne Campbell (d. 20 Oct 1736), mar. (1) c. 19 Feb 1711 James [Stuart], 2nd Earl of Bute, and (2) 19 Sep 1731 Alexander Fraser, 7th of Strichen, a Lord of Session under the style Lord Strichen (b. 1699; d. 15 Feb 1775), and had issue by both husbands

2. Lady ..... Campbell (name not known)

died

28 Sep 1703

created

23 Jun 1701 Lord of Inverary, Mull, Moreen and Tirie, Viscount Lochaw and Glenyla, Earl of Campbell and Cowall, Marquess of Kintyre and Lorne, and Duke of Argyll, to him and his heirs male whatsoever

suc. by

son

note

acknowledged 1689 as 10th Earl of Argyll by the Convention of Estates in Scotland; Privy Councillor 1689; attainder of his father rescinded 1689; an Extraordinary Lord of Session 1694-1703; a Lord of the Scottish Treasury 1696-1703

 

John [Campbell], 2nd Duke of Argyll, KG PC

born

10 Oct 1680

mar. (1)

after 30 Dec 1701 Mary Duncombe (dsp. 16 Jan 1716/17), dau. of Thomas Browne later Duncombe, by his wife Ursula Duncombe, sister of Sir Charles Duncombe, Lord Mayor of London 1708-09, and only dau. of Alexander Duncombe, of Drayton, co. Buckingham

mar. (2)

6 Jun 1717 Jane Warburton, a Maid of Honour to Queen Anne (b. c. 1680; d. 16 Apr 1764), dau. of Thomas Warburton, of Winnington, co. Chester, by his wife Anne Williams, dau. and cohrss. of Sir Robert Williams, Bt., of Penrhyn

children by second wife:

1. Lady Caroline Campbell, Ranger of Greenwich Park, cr. 19 Aug 1767 Baroness Greenwich, of Greenwich in the County of Kent, with remainder to her male issue by her second husband (b. 17 Nov 1717;  d. 11 Jan 1794), mar. (1) 2 Oct 1742 Lord Francis Scott, styled Earl of Dalkeith (dvp. 1 Apr 1750), 1st son of Francis [Scott], 2nd Duke of Buccleuch, by his first wife and cousin Lady Jane Douglas, 2nd dau. of James [Douglas], 2nd Duke of Queensberry, and (2) 18 Sep 1755 Rt Hon Charles Townshend MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer (b. c. 1725; d. 4 Sep 1767), 2nd son of Charles [Townshend], 3rd Viscount Townshend, by his wife Audrey Harrison, only dau. and hrss. of Edward Harrison, of Ball's Park, co. Hertford, and had issue by both husbands

2. Lady Anne Campbell (b. c. 1720; dsp. 7 Feb 1785), mar. 28 Apr 1741 William [Wentworth], 2nd Earl of Strafford

3. Lady Jane Campbell (b. 1723; dvp. 26 Jan 1735)

4. Lady Elizabeth Campbell (b. c. 1722; dsps. 16 Jul 1799), mar. 16 Feb 1749 her cousin Rt Hon James Stuart later Stuart-Mackenzie of Rosehaugh MP, Lord Privy Seal of Scotland (dsps. Dec 1749), 2nd son of James [Stuart], 2nd Earl of Bute, by his wife Lady Anne Campbell, 1st dau. of Archibald [Campbell], 1st Duke of Argyll, and had issue

5. Lady Mary Campbell (b. 6 Feb 1726/7; dsp. 30 Sep 1811), mar. 1 Apr 1747 Hon Edward Coke MP, styled Viscount Coke (b. 2 Feb 1718/9; dvp. and sp. 31 Aug 1753), only son and hr. ap. of Thomas [Coke], 1st Earl of Leicester

died

s.p.m. 4 Oct 1743

created

26 Nov 1705 Baron Chatham and Earl of Greenwich (Peerage of England)

27 Apr 1719 Duke of Greenwich (Peerage of Great Britain)

suc. by

brother

note

Knight of the Thistle 1703/4; an Extraordinary Lord of Session 1704/5-43; High Commissioner of the Scottish Parliament 1705; a strong proponent of the Union with England; Col of the 4th Troop of Horse Guards 1703-15, of the 3rd Regiment of Foot 1707-11, of the Royal Horse Guards 1715-16, 1733-40 and 1742, and of the 3rd Troop of the Horse Guards 1726-33; Brig General 1704, Maj General 1706, Lieut General 1709, General 1711 and Field Marshal 1735/6; Privy Councillor 1708/9; Knight of the Garter 1709/10 when he resigned the Thistle; Governor of Minorca 1712-14 and 1714-16; Governor of Edinburgh Castle 1712-14; a Lord Justice of the Realm 1714; won the Battle of Sheriffmuir 1715; Lord Lieutenant of Surrey 1715-16 and of Argyll and Dunbarton 1715-43; Lord Steward of the Household 1718/9-25; Master General of the Ordnance 1725-30 and 1742; Governor of Plymouth 1730-37 on his death the peerages of Baron Chatham, Earl of Greenwich and Duke of Greenwich became extinct

 

Archibald [Campbell], 1st Earl of Ilay later 3rd Duke of Argyll

born

Jun 1682

mar.

19 Jan 1712/13 Anne Whitfield (dsp. 1 Sep 1723), dau. of Major Walter Whitfield MP, Paymaster of Marines

died

s.p.legit. 15 Apr 1761

created

19 Oct 1706 Lord Oransay, Dunoon, and Arase, Viscount of Ilay and Earl of Ilay

suc. by

cousin

note

Governor of Dumbarton Castle; a Lord of the Scottish Treasury 1705-06; a Commissioner of the Treaty of Union with Scotland; a Representative Peer for Scotland 1707-13 and 1715-61; an Extraordinary Lord of Session 1708-61; Lord Justice General of Scotland 1710-61; Lord Clerk Register 1714-16; Lord Lieutenant of Midlothian 1715-61 and Haddington 1737-61; Lord Privy Seal for Scotland 1721-33; Keeper of the Great Seal of Scotland 1733-61; on his death the 1706 peerages became extinct

 

John [Campbell], 4th Duke of Argyll, KT PC

1st son and heir of Hon John Campbell of Mamore (by his wife Hon Elizabeth Elphinstone, 1st dau of John [Elphinstone], 8th Lord Elphinstone), 2nd son by his first wife of Archibald [Campbell], 9th Earl of Argyll

born

c.1693

mar.

1720 Hon Mary Bellenden, Keeper of the Palace of Somerset House (d. 18 Dec 1736), 2nd dau. of John [Kerr later Bellenden], 2nd Lord Bellenden of Broughton, by his wife Lady Mary Moore, 2nd dau. of Henry [Moore], 1st Earl of Drogheda

children

1. Archibald Campbell (b. c.1722; d. young)

2. Lord John Campbell, later 1st Baron Sundridge later 5th Duke of Argyll

3. Henry Campbell (d. unm. 2 Jul 1747)

4. Lord Frederick Campbell, Member of Parliament for Ayr and Glasgow Burghs 1761-68, for Glasgow Burghs 1768-80 and for Argyllshire 1780-96, Lord Clerk Register (b. 1729; d. 8 Jun 1816), mar. 28 Mar 1769 Mary Shirley (former wife of Laurence [Shirley], 4th Earl Ferrers; d. 24 Jul 1807), sister of Sir William Meredith, 3rd Bt., of Henbury, co. Cheshire, and dau. of Amos Meredith, by Joanna Cholmondeley, dau. of Thomas Cholmondeley, and had issue

5. Capt Lord William Campbell RN, Member of Parliament for Argyllshire 1764, Governor of South Carolina 1773 (d. 4 Sep 1778), mar. 17 Apr 1763 Sarah Izard (d. 4 Sep 1784), dau. of Ralph Izard, of Charleston, South Carolina, USA, and had issue

1. Lady Caroline Campbell (b. 12 Jan 1721; d. 17 Jan 1803), mar. (1) 18 Jan 1739 as his third wife Charles [Bruce], 4th Earl of Elgin, and (2) 19 Dec 1747 Field Marshal Rt Hon Henry Seymour-Conway, brother of Francis [Seymour-Conway], 1st Marquess of Hertford, and 2nd son by his third wife of Francis [Seymour later Seymour-Conway], 1st Baron Conway, and has issue by both husbands

died

9 Nov 1770

suc. by

son

note

Lt Col 1712, Col of the 29th Foot 1737-38, of the 21st Foot 1738-52 and of the North British Dragoons 1752-70; Member of Parliament (Whig) for Bute 1713-15, for Elgin Burghs 1715-22 and 1725-27, and for Dunbartonshire 1727-61; Groom of the Bedchamber 1727-60; Brig General 1743, Maj General 1744, Lieut General 1747 and General 1765; Governor of Limerick 1761-70; Representative Peer for Scotland 1761-70; Privy Councillor 1762; Knight of the Thistle 1765

 

John [Campbell], 1st Baron Sundridge later 5th Duke of Argyll

born

Jun 1723

mar.

3 Mar 1759 Elizabeth Hamilton, Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Charlotte 1761-84 (bapt. 7 Dec 1733; cr. 20 May 1776 Baroness Hamilton, of Hambleden in the County of Leicester, with remainder to the heirs male of her body;  widow of James [Hamilton], 6th Duke of Hamilton;  d. 20 Dec 1790), 2nd dau. of John Gunning, of Castle Coote, co. Roscommon, by his wife Hon Bridget Bourke, dau. by his first wife of Theobald [Bourke], 6th Viscount Mayo

children:

1. Lord George John Campbell, styled Earl of Campbell (b. 17 Feb 1763; dvp. 12 Jul 1764)

2. Lord George William Campbell, later 3rd Baron Hamilton later 6th Duke of Argyll

3. Lord John Douglas Edward Henry Campbell, later 7th Duke of Argyll

1. Lady Augusta Campbell (b. 31 Mar 1760; d. 22 Jun 1831), mar. Col Henry Clavering, 2nd son of Sir John Clavering KB, by his wife Lady Diana West, dau. of Earl De La Warr, and had issue

2. Lady Charlotte Susan Maria Campbell, a Lady in Waiting to Queen Caroline when Princess of Wales (b. 28 Jan 1775; d. 31 Mar 1861), mar. (1) 21 Jun 1796 her fourth cousin Col John Campbell MP, 4th of Islay (b. c. 1770; dvp. 15 Mar 1809), 1st son and heir ap. of Walter Campbell, 3rd of Shawfield and Islay and 9th of Skipness, by his first wife Eleanora Ker, dau. of Robert Kerr of Newfield (by his wife Eleanora Nugent), son of Lord Charles Kerr of Cramond (by his wife Janet Murray, 1st dau. of Sir David Murray of Stanhope, 2nd Bt., by his first wife Lady Anne Bruce, 2nd dau. of Alexander [Bruce], 2nd Earl of Kincardine), 2nd son of Robert [Kerr], 1st Marquess of Lothian, by his wife  Lady Jane Campbell, 2nd dau. of Archibald [Campbell], 1st Marquess of Argyll, and (2) 17 Mar 1818 Rev Edward John Bury (d. 1832), and had issue by her first husband

died

24 May 1806

created

v.p. 22 Dec 1766 Baron Sundridge, of Coomb Bank in the County of Kent, with remainder to his brothers, Frederick and William

suc. by

son

note

Member of Parliament (Whig) for Glasgow Burghs 1744-61 and for Dover 1765-66; Lt Col 1745, Maj General 1759, Lieut General 1765, General 1778 and Field Marshal 1796; Provost of Dunbarton 1754; Aide-de-Camp to the King 1755-59; Col of the 56th Foot 1755-57, of the 14th Dragoons 1757-65, of the 1st Foot 1765-82 and of the 3rd Regiment of Foot Guards 1782-1806; Commander in Chief of Scotland 1767-78; Lord Lieutenant of Argyll 1794-1800

 

George William [Campbell], 3rd Baron Hamilton later 6th Duke of Argyll, GCH PC

born

22 Sep 1766

mar.

29 Nov 1810 Lady Caroline Elizabeth Paget (former wife of Henry William [Paget], 1st Marquess of Anglesey;  d. 16 Jun 1835), 3rd dau. of George Bussey [Villiers], 4th Earl of Jersey, by his wife Frances Twisden, only dau. and hrss. of Rt Rev Philip Twisden DD, Bishop of Raphoe

died

s.p. 22 Oct 1839

suc. by

brother

note

Member of Parliament (Whig) for St Germans 1790-96; suc. his half-brother Douglas [Hamilton], 8th Duke of Hamilton 2 Aug 1799 as 3rd Baron Hamilton; Lord Lieutenant of Argyll 1800-39; Grandmaster of Scottish Freemasons 1822-24; Keeper of the Great Seal of Scotland 1827-28 and 1830-39; Lord Steward of the Household 1833-34 and 1835-39; Privy Councillor 1833; GCH 1833

 

John Douglas Edward Henry [Campbell], 7th Duke of Argyll

born

21 Dec 1777

mar. (1)

3 Aug 1802 Elizabeth Campbell (dsp. 9 Aug 1818), 1st dau. of William Campbell of Fairfield, co. Ayr, by his first wife Sarah Cunningham, of Cambridge, New England, USA

mar. (2)

17 Apr 1820 Joan Glassel (d. 22 Jan 1828), only dau. and hrss. of John Glassel, of Long Niddry, East Lothian, by his wife Helen Buchan, dau. of John Buchan of Letham

children by second wife:

1. John Henry Campbell (b. 11 Jan 1821;  dvp. 27 May 1837)

2. Lord George Douglas Campbell, later 8th Duke of Argyll

1. Lady Emma Augusta Campbell (b. 12 Mar 1825; d. 30 May 1893), mar. 26 Aug 1870 as his third wife Rt Hon Sir John McNeill of Colonsay GCB (d. 17 May 1883)

2. Elizabeth Campbell (b. 8 Jan 1828; dvp. 19 Feb 1828)

mar. (3)

8 Jan 1831 Anne Colquhoun Monteath (b. 1801; widow of Dr George Cunningham Monteath, of Glasgow; dsp. 25 Feb 1874), 1st dau. of John Cuninghame of Craigends, by his wife Margaret Cuninghame-Fairlie, 1st dau. of Sir William Cuninghame-Fairlie of Robertland, 6th Bt.

died

25 Apr 1847

suc. by

son by second wife

note

Member of Parliament (Whig) for Argyll 1799-1822; Keeper of the Great Seal of Scotland 1841-46

 

George Douglas [Campbell], 8th Duke of Argyll, KG KT PC

born

30 Apr 1823

mar. (1)

31 Jul 1844 Lady Elizabeth Georgiana Sutherland-Leveson-Gower VA CI, Mistress of the Robes to the Queen 1868-70 (b. 30 May 1824; d. 25 May 1878), 1st dau. of George Granville [Sutherland-Leveson-Gower], 2nd Duke of Sutherland, by his wife Lady Harriet Elizabeth Georgiana Howard, 3rd dau. of George [Howard], 6th Earl of Carlisle

children by first wife:

1. Lord John George Edward Henry Douglas Sutherland Campbell, later 9th Duke of Argyll

2. Capt Lord Archibald Campbell (b. 18 Dec 1846;  d. 29 Mar 1913), mar. 12 Jan 1869 Janey Sevilla Callander (d. 15 Jul 1923), 3rd dau. of James Henry Callander of Craigforth and Ardkinglas, and had issue:

1a. Niall Diarmid Campbell, later 10th Duke of Argyll

2a. Lady Elspeth Angela Campbell, granted the style and precedence of the daughter of a Duke by Royal Warrant 22 Aug 1914 (b. 2 Nov 1873; d. 28 Oct 1942)

3. Lord Walter Campbell (b. 30 Jul 1848; d. 2 May 1889), mar. 14 Apr 1874 Olivia Rowlandson Milns (mar. (2) 14 Jun 1890 Allan Gordon;  d. 17 Aug 1892), only dau. of John Clarkson Milns, of Asory House, Bute, and had issue:

1a. Douglas Walter Campbell (b. 6 Mar 1877;  d. 5 Jan 1926), mar. (1) 28 Nov 1899 Aimee Marie Suzanne Lawrence (d. 9 Feb 1920), dau. of John Lawrence, of New York, USA, and (2) 17 Jun 1920 Lilian Elizabeth Lutley Morgan (widow of Harington Morgan, of Khartoum; d. 8 Apr 1957), and only dau. of Philip Lutley Sclater, of Odiham Priory, Hampshire, and had issue by his first wife:

1b. Ian Douglas Campbell, later 11th Duke of Argyll

1b. Lilah Olive Campbell (b. 10 Oct 1875;  d. 6 Jul 1960)

4. Lt Lord George Granville Campbell RN (b. 25 Dec 1850;  d. 21 Apr 1915), mar. 8 May 1879 Sybil Lascelles Alexander (d. 1 May 1947), only child of James Bruce Alexander, and had issue

5. Lord Colin Campbell MP (b. 9 Mar 1853;  dsp. 19 Jun 1895), mar. 21 Jul 1881 (div. 1884) Gertrude Elizabeth Blood (dsp. 2 Nov 1911), 2nd dau. of Edmund Maghlin Blood, of Brickhill, co. Clare

1. Lady Edith Campbell (b. 7 Nov 1849;  d. 6 Jul 1913), mar. 23 Dec 1868 Henry George [Percy], 7th Duke of Northumberland, and had issue

2. Lady Elizabeth Campbell (b. 14 Feb 1852; d. 24 Sep 1896), mar. 17 Jul 1880 Lt Col Edward Harrison Clough-Taylor, of Firby Hall, co. York (d. 1 Apr 1921), son of Edward Clough-Taylor, of Kirkham Abbey, co. York, and had issue

3. Lady Victoria Campbell (b. 22 May 1854;  d. 6 Jul 1910)

4. Lady Evelyn Campbell (b. 17 Aug 1855;  dsp. 22 Mar 1940), mar. 10 Aug 1886 James Baillie-Hamilton (dsp. 28 May 1921), 4th son of Adm William Alexander Baillie-Hamilton, by his wife Lady Harriet Hamilton, only dau. of Lord James Hamilton, styled Viscount Hamilton

5. Lady Frances Campbell (b. 22 Feb 1858;  d. 25 Feb 1931), mar. 12 May 1879 Eustace James Anthony Balfour (d. 14 Feb 1911), 5th son of James Maitland Balfour, of Whittinghame, East Lothian, by his wife Lady Blanche Mary Harriet Gascoyne-Cecil, 2nd dau. by his first wife of James Brownlow William [Cecil later Gascoyne-Cecil], 2nd Marquess of Salisbury, and had issue

6. Lady Mary Emma Campbell (b. 22 Sep 1859;  d. 22 Mar 1947), mar. 4 Jul 1882 Rt Rev Hon Edward Carr Glyn DD, Bishop of Peterborough (b. 21 Nov 1843; d. 14 Nov 1926), 8th son of George Carr [Glyn], 1st Baron Wolverton, by his wife Marianne Grenfell, dau. of Pascoe Grenfell MP, of Taplow House, co. Buckingham, and had issue

7. Lady Constance Harriet Campbell (b. 11 Nov 1864;  d. 9 Feb 1922), mar. 27 Jun 1891 Charles Emmot, of North Bailey, Durham (d. 18 Feb 1910), son of Thomas Emmott, of Brookfield, Oldham, co. Lancaster, and had issue

mar. (2)

13 Aug 1881 Amelia Maria Anson (b. c. 1844; widow of Col Hon Archibald Henry Augustus Anson, 3rd son of Thomas William [Anson], 1st Earl of Lichfield;  d. 4 Jan 1894), sister of Sir Gilbert Henry Claughton, 1st Bt., and 1st dau. of Rt Rev Thomas Legh Claughton DD, Bishop of St Albans, by his wife Hon Julia Susanna Ward, 1st dau. of William Humble [Ward], 10th Baron Ward

mar. (3)

30 Jul 1895 Ina Erskine McNeill VA, Extra Lady of the Bedchamber and Private Secretary to Queen Victoria (d. 24 Dec 1925), 2nd dau. of Archibald McNeill of Colonsay, by his wife Christina Mitchell, dau. of Col St Leger Mitchell

died

24 Apr 1900

created

7 Apr 1892 Duke of Argyll (Peerage of the United Kingdom)

suc. by

son by first wife

note

Chancellor of the University of St Andrews 1851-1900; Lord Privy Seal 1852-55, 1859-66 and 1880-81;  Privy Councillor 1853; Rector of the University of Glasgow 1854-56; Postmaster General 1855-58; Knight of the Thistle 1856; Elder Brother of the Trinity House 1862-1900; Lord Lieutenant of Argyll 1862-1900; Secretary of State for India 1868-74; Knight of the Garter 1883

 

John George Edward Henry Douglas Sutherland [Campbell], 9th Duke of Argyll, KG KT GCMG GCVO PC

born

6 Aug 1845

mar.

21 Mar 1871 HRH Princess Louise Caroline Alberta VA CI GCVO GBE DGStJ (b. 18 Mar 1848; dsp. 3 Dec 1939), 4th dau. of Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, by her husband HRH Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha

died

s.p. 2 May 1914

suc. by

nephew

note

Member of Parliament (Liberal) for Argyllshire 1868-78 and for Manchester South (Liberal Unionist) 1895-1900; Knight of the Thistle 1871; Privy Councillor 1875; GCMG 1878; Governor-General and Commander-in-Chief of Canada 1878-83; Governor and Constable of Windsor Castle 1892-1914; Lord Lieutenant of Argyll 1900-14; GCVO 1901; Knight of the Garter 1911

 

Niall Diarmid [Campbell], 10th Duke of Argyll

born

16 Feb 1872

died

20 Aug 1949

suc. by

cousin once removed

 

Ian Douglas [Campbell], 11th Duke of Argyll

born

18 Jun 1903

mar. (1)

12 Dec 1927 (div 1934) Hon Janet Gladys Aitken (mar. (2) 5 Mar 1935 Hon William Drogo Sturges Montagu, 2nd son by his first wife of George Charles [Montagu], 9th Earl of Sandwich;  mar. (3) 11 Jul 1942 Maj Thomas Edward Dealtry Kidd MBE;  d. 1988), only dau. of William Maxwell [Aitken], 1st Baron Beaverbrook, by his wife Gladys Henderson Drury, 2nd dau. of Maj Gen Charles William Drury CB, of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

only child by first wife:

1. Lady Jeanne Louise Campbell (b. 10 Dec 1928; d. 2007), mar. (1) 1962 (div. 1963) as his third wife Norman Mailer, the American novelist (b. 31 Jan 1923; d. 10 Nov 2007), son of Isaac Barnett Mailer, and (2) 2 Mar 1964 John Sergeant Cram, of Hopewell House, Irish Town, Jamaica, son of Henry Sergeant Cram, of Foot Point Plantation, Bluffton, USA, and had issue by both husbands

mar. (2)

23 Nov 1935 (div 1951) Louise Hollingsworth Morris Vanneck (former wife of Hon Andrew Nicholas Armstrong Vanneck MC;  d. 10 Feb 1970), only dau. of Henry Clews, of Chateau La Napoule, Alpes Maritime, France

children by second wife:

1. Lord Ian Campbell, later 12th Duke of Argyll

2. Lord Colin Ivar Campbell (b. 14 May 1946), mar. 23 Mar 1974 (div. 1975) Georgia Ariana Ziadie, dau. of Michael Ziadie, of Jamaica

mar. (3)

22 Mar 1951 (div 1963) Margaret Sweeny (former wife of Charles Sweeny;  d. 1993), only dau. of George Hay Whigham, of London

mar. (4)

15 Jun 1963 Mathilda Coster Heller (former wife of Prof Clemens Heller, of Paris;  d. 6 Jun 1997), dau. of Stanley Mortimer, of Lichfield, Connecticut

only child by fourth wife:

2. Lady Elspeth Campbell (b. 29 Apr 1967;  d. 4 May 1967)

died

7 Apr 1973

suc. by

son by second wife

 

Ian [Campbell], 12th Duke of Argyll

born

28 Aug 1937

mar.

4 Jul 1964 Iona Mary Colquhoun, only dau. of Capt Sir Ivar Iain Colquhoun of Luss, 8th Bt., by his wife Kathleen Duncan, 2nd dau. of Walter Atholl Duncan, of Cadogan Square, London

children:

1. Lord Torquhil Ian Campbell, later 13th Duke of Argyll

1. Lady Louise Iona Campbell (b. 26 Oct 1972), mar. 18 Apr 1998 Anthony Merrik Burrell (b. 10 Jan 1969), 2nd son of Mark William Burrell, of Bakers House, Bakers Lane, Shipley, Horsham, co. Sussex (by his wife Margot Rosemary Munro, former wife of Mackenzie Munro and 2nd dau. of Westray Pearce, of Killara, New South Wales, Australia), 2nd son of Sir Walter Raymond Burrell, 8th Bt. CBE DL, by his wife Hon Anne Judith Denman OBE, only dau. of Thomas [Denman], 3rd Baron Denman, and has issue

died

23 Apr 2001

suc. by

son

 

Torquhil Ian [Campbell], 13th Duke of Argyll

born

29 May 1968

mar.

8 Jun 2002 Eleanor Cadbury (b. 26 Jan 1973), only dau. of Peter Hugh George Cadbury, of Fairford, co. Gloucester, by his wife Sally Strouvelle, dau. of Peter Frederick Strouvelle, of Cape Town, South Africa

children:

1. Lord Archibald Frederick Campbell, styled Marquess of Kintyre and Lorne (b. 9 Mar 2004)

2. Lord Rory James Campbell (b. 3 Feb 2006)

1. Lady Charlotte Mary Campbell (b. 29 Oct 2008)

note

the Duke of Argyll has not proven his succession to the Baronetcy of Campbell of Lundie

 

 Last updated 10 May 2012

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Titles:

13th Duke of Argyll

(Scotland, let. pat. 23 Jun 1701)

6th Duke of Argyll

(United Kingdom, let. pat. 7 Apr 1892)

13th Marquess of Kintyre and Lorne

(Scotland, let. pat. 23 Jun 1701)

22nd Earl of Argyll

(Scotland, let. pat. c. 1457)

13th Earl of Campbell and Cowall

(Scotland, let. pat. 23 Jun 1701)

13th Viscount Lochaw and Glenyla

(Scotland, let. pat. 23 Jun 1701)

23rd Lord Campbell

(Scotland, let. pat. c. 1445)

22nd Lord Lorne

(Scotland, charter 17 Apr 1470)

16th Lord Kintyre

(Scotland, let. pat. 2 Feb 1626)

13th Lord Inverary, Mull, Morvern, and Tirie

(Scotland, let. pat. 23 Jun 1701)

9th Baron Sundridge, of Coomb Bank in the County of Kent

(Great Britain, let. pat. 22 Dec 1766)

10th Baron Hamilton, of Hambleden in the County of Leicester

(Great Britain, let. pat. 20 May 1776)

de jure 15th Baronet, styled "of Lundy"

(Scotland, let. pat. 13 Dec 1627)

Chief of the Name and Arms of Campbell

Hereditary Great Master of the Household in Scotland

Hereditary Keeper of the Great Seal of Scotland

Hereditary Admiral of the Western Coasts and Isles

Hereditary Keeper of Dunstaffnage, Carrick, Tarbert, and Dunoon Castles

Hereditary Sheriff of Argyll

 

Address:

Inverary Castle, Inverary, Argyll PA32 8XF

Tel:  01499 302275   Fax:  01499 302421

 

Website for Inverary Castle:

www.invarary-castle.com

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