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Duncan Campbell, 1st Lord Campbell

Son and heir of Sir Colin Campbell, 5th Lord of Lochow, by his wife and second cousin Mariot Campbell, dau. of John Campbell.

Born: c. 1390

Married: (1) Lady Margery Stewart (d. bef. Aug 1432), 1st dau. of Robert Stewart, 1st Duke of Albany (by his second wife Muriel Keith, 1st dau. of Sir William Keith, Marischal of Scotland), 3rd son by his first wife of Robert II, King of Scotland

Only child by first wife:

1. Archibald Campbell, Master of Campbell (dvp. before Mar 1440), mar. (1) Elizabeth Somerville, 1st dau. of John Somerville, 2nd Lord Somerville, by his first wife Helen Hepburn, sister of Patrick Hepburn, 1st Lord Hailes, and dau. of Sir Adam Hepburn of Hailes, and (2) allegedly his half-cousin, a dau. of Murdoch Stewart, 2nd Duke of Albany, and had issue by his first wife:

     1a. Colin Campbell, later 2nd Lord Campbell later 1st Earl of Argyll

Married: (2) bef. 12 Mar 1439/40 Margaret Stewart (d. after Aug 1442), dau. of Sir John Stewart of Ardgowan, Blackhall and Auchingoun, illegitimate son of Robert III, King of Scotland

Children by second wife:

     2. Sir Colin Campbell of Glenorchy (b. c. 1406; d. 1475), mar. (1) c. 1448 Janet Stewart, 2nd dau. and cohrss. of John Stewart, 2nd Lord Lorne, (2) Margaret Robertson, dau. of Robert Robertson of Struan, and (3) bef. 7 Oct 1467 Margaret Stirling, dau. of Luke Stirling of Keir, and had issue by all three wives
     3. Neil Campbell of Ormidale (d. after 1442), mar., and had issue
     4. Duncan Campbell of Kilmichael (d. after 6 Jul 1452), mar. and had issue
     5. Archibald Campbell of Otter, mar. 1460 Mariot Stewart, 3rd dau. and cohrss. of John Stewart, 2nd Lord Lorne, and had issue

Created: 1445 Lord Campbell

Died: c. 1453

Tenure:  1412-1414 - 1453

Preceded by: Father, Sir Colin Campbell, 5th Lord of Lochow (d. between 1412 and 1414)

Succeeded by: grandson, Colin Campbell, 2nd Lord Campbell

Note: Lord of Argyll, Knight, 1st Lord Campbell, succeeded his father between 1412 and 1414, a hostage for the redemption of King James I from his captivity in England 1424, Justiciar of Argyll, was raised to the peerage as a Lord of Parliament in 1445.


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