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Archibald Campbell, 7th Earl of Argyll

​ Archibald Campbell, 7th Earl of Argyll


















Born: c. 1575

Married:  (1) 24 Jul 1592 Lady Agnes Douglas (d. 3 May 1607), 5th dau. of William Douglas, 6th Earl of Morton, by his wife Lady Agnes Leslie, 1st dau. by his 1st wife of George Leslie, 4th Earl of Rothes

Children:  by first wife

1. Hon Archibald Campbell, later 8th Earl of Argyll later 1st Marquess of Argyll
1. Lady Anne Campbell (b. 1594; d. 14 Jun 1638), Married:  1607 George Gordon, 2nd Marquess of Huntly, and had issue
2. Lady Annabella Campbell (d. aft. 16 Jul 1652), Married:  27 May 1611 Robert Kerr, 2nd Earl of Lothian, and had issue
3. Lady Jean Campbell (bur. 26 Feb 1674/5), Married:  (1) c. 1626 John Gordon, 1st Viscount of Kenmure, and (2) 21 Sep 1640 Hon Sir Henry Montgomerie of Giffen (b. 26 Jul 1614; dsp. 3 May 1644), 2nd son by his first wife of Alexander Seton later Montgomerie, 6th Earl of Eglinton, and had issue by her first husband
4. Lady Mary Campbell, Married:  after 23 Aug 1617 Sir Robert Montgomery of Skelmorly (d. bef. 22 May 1654), and had issue
5. Lady Elizabeth Campbell

Married:  (2) 30 Nov 1610 Anne Cornwallis (d. 12 Jan 1634/5), 4th dau. and cohrss. of Sir William Cornwallis, of Brome, co. Suffolk, by his first wife Hon Lucy Neville, 3rd dau. and cohrss. of John Neville, 4th Baron Latymer

Children:  by second wife

2. Hon James Campbell, later 1st Earl of Irvine
3. Hon Henry Campbell (b. 1615 ; dvp. 1636)
4. Hon Charles Campbell (b. 1615 ; bur. vp. 29 Mar 1616)
6. Lady Mary Campbell, Married:  20 Apr 1642 as his second wife James Rollo, 2nd Lord Rollo, and had issue
7. Lady Isabella Campbell, a nun (b. 1614; d. after 1694)
8. Lady Victoria Campbell, a canoness (d. after 7 Jan 1687/8)
9. Lady Barbara Campbell, a nun (d. after 7 Jan 1687/8)
10. Lady Anne Campbell (b. 1619), Married:  1640 Rev..... Bulleyn, chaplain to the Earl of Lindsey

Died: bef. 29 Nov 1638

Succeeded by:  son by first wife

Note: Justice-General of Scotland

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