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Peerage Houses of Clan Campbell

Campbell of Breadalbane: Earl of Breadalbane and Holland

Campbell of Cawdor: Earl Cawdor, of Castlemartin in the County of Pembroke

Campbell of LoudounEarl of Loudoun

 

Cadet Houses of Clan Campbell

Campbell of Lochnell (Heirs should Argyll line fail.)
Campbell of Airds
Campbell of Ardkinglas
Campbell of Auchinbreck
Campbell of Caenmore & Melfort
Campbell of Craignish
Campbell of Dunstaffnage
Campbell of Duntroon
Campbell of Inverawe
Campbell of Strachur

 

Cadet Branches of Clan Campbell

Baron of Stratheden and Campbell
Burnley-Campbell of Ormidale
Campbell Douglas of Douglas
Campbell Douglas of Mains
Campbell of Aberuchill
Campbell of Aberuchill and Kilbyde
Campbell of Achalader
Campbell of Achaworran
Campbell of Achteny and Ballimore
Campbell of Altries
Campbell of Ardchattan
Campbell of Ardentallen
Campbell of Ardentinny
Campbell of Ardeonaig and Lochend
Campbell of Ardnamurchan and Airds
Campbell of Ardpatrick
Campbell of Ardslignish
Campbell of Arduaine
Campbell of Ashfield
Campbell of Asknish
Campbell of Askomel
Campbell of Auchawillan
Campbell of Auchawillig
Campbell of Auchendarroch
Campbell of Auchlyne
Campbell of Auchmannoch
Campbell of Avisyard
Campbell of Balgirsho
Campbell of Ballachlavan
Campbell of Balligowan
Campbell of Ballinarby
Campbell of Ballygrant
Campbell of Barbreck (Old)
Campbell of Barcaldine
Campbell of Barquharrie and Mayfield
Campbell of Belmont
Campbell of Black River
Campbell of Blarcherin
Campbell of Blythswood
Campbell of Botuarymore
Campbell of Cammo
Campbell of Carrick
Campbell of Carrick Bouy
Campbell of Catrine
Campbell of Clathick
Campbell of Cononish
Campbell of Corvarane
Campbell of Craigends
Campbell of Craigie
Campbell of Croonan
Campbell of Culraith
Campbell of Dell
Campbell of Doonbrae
Campbell of Drimsynie
Campbell of Duchernan
Campbell of Duneaves
Campbell of Duntroon and Oib
Campbell of Easter Shian and Easter Garrows
Campbell of Edenwood
Campbell of Ellanrie
Campbell of Ellister
Campbell of Eskan
Campbell of Fairfield
Campbell of Finab
Campbell of Fraochyllan
Campbell of Gargunnock
Campbell of Gartsford
Campbell of Glasnock
Campbell of Glendaruel
Campbell of Glendouglas
Campbell of Glenfalloch
Campbell of Glenfeochan
Campbell of Glenlyon
Campbell of Glensaddell
Campbell of Glenure
Campbell of Grandvale
Campbell of Hallyards
Campbell of Inerzeldies and of Barcaldine
Campbell of Inistore
Campbell of Innellan and Dunoon
Campbell of Inveresragan
Campbell of Inverneill
Campbell of Jura
Campbell of Keithock
Campbell of Kenmore (Caenmore) & Melfort
Campbell of Kilberry
Campbell of Killenallen and Ardnaho
Campbell of Kilmartin
Campbell of Kilmory
Campbell of Kinabus
Campbell of Kinloch
Campbell of Kinnochtree
Campbell of Lagganlochan
Campbell of Lawers
Campbell of Lerags
Campbell of Lix
Campbell of Lochdochart
Campbell of Lossit
Campbell of Lundie (Old)
Campbell of Marchmont
Campbell of Mochaster
Campbell of Monzie
Campbell of Moy
Campbell of Murthlie
Campbell of Netherplace
Campbell of New Inverawe
Campbell of Orange Bay
Campbell of Ormidale (Old)
Campbell of Otter (Old)
Campbell of Park
Campbell of Possil
Campbell of Scamadale
Campbell of Shawfield and Skipness
Campbell of Shirvan
Campbell of Skeldon
Campbell of Skerrington
Campbell of Skipness
Campbell of Smiddygreen
Campbell of Sonachan
Campbell of Sornbeg
Campbell of South Hall
Campbell of Stonefield
Campbell of Strathcathro
Campbell of Succoth
Campbell of Thames Ditton
Campbell of Treesbank and Cessnock
Campbell of Tullichewan
Campbell of Waterhaughs
Campbell-Colquhoun of Killermont and Garscadden
Campbell-Lamont of Possil
Carter-Campbell of Possil
Cockburn Campbell of Gartsford
MacIver Campbell of Asknish
MacIver Campbell of Ballochyle

 

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