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Archibald Campbell, 3rd Duke of Argyll
Archibald Campbell, 3rd Duke of Argyll

 

Archibald Campbell, 3rd Duke of Argyll, formerly 1st Earl of Ilay

2nd son of Archibald Campbell, 1st Duke of Argyll

Born: Jun 1682

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

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

Died: s.p.legit. 15 Apr 1761

Succeeded by: 1st cousin, eldest son of Hon. John Campbell, third son of the 9th Earl and younger brother of the 1st Duke,  General John Campbell, 4th Duke of Argyll

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.

 

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