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Colin Campbell, 3rd Earl of Argyll

Born: c. 1486
 
Married: Before 28 Feb 1506/7 Lady Jane Gordon, 1st dau. of Alexander Gordon, 3rd Earl of Huntly, by his first wife Lady Janet Stewart, 1st dau. by his first wife of John Stewart, 1st Earl of Atholl

Children:

1. Hon Archibald Campbell, later 4th Earl of Argyll
2. Hon John Gorm Campbell of Lochnell (d. 15 May 1568 at the Battle of Langside), Married:  Mary Campbell, dau. of Colin Campbell, 5th of Ardkinglass, and had issue
3. Hon Alexander Campbell, Dean of Moray c. 1560
1. Lady Elizabeth Campbell (dsp. bef. 15 May 1548), Married:  (1) 24 Aug 1529 James Stewart, 1st Earl of Moray, illeg. son of James IV, King of Scotland, and (2) betw. 21 Nov 1545 and 6 Aug 1546 as his first wife her first cousin once removed John Gordon, 11th Earl of Sutherland
2. Lady Agnes Campbell, Married:  (1) bef. 1554 Sir James MacDonnell, son of Alexander MacDonnell, Chief of Clan Donnell, and (2) c. 1569 Turlough Luinech O'Neill

Died: Before 26 Mar 1529

Succeeded by: son

Note: Vice-Regent and Lieutenant of the Kingdom 1511;  Justice-General of Scotland 1514;  Lieutenant of the Isles 1516;  Lieutenant of the Borders and Warden of the Marches 1528;  Master of the King's Household 1528

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