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fax ; 2dly, Juliana, da. of Charles Boyle,
earl of Burlington; and 3dly, Caroline, da.
of John Campbell, duke of Argyll, who sur-
vived him and re-m. general Henry Sey-
mour, brother of the 1st marquess of Hert-
ford. By his first wife, the earl had issue a
son, Robert, who m., but d.s.p. in his father's
lifetime; and 2 das., Mary, m. Henry, duke
of Chandos, and Elizabeth, m. Benjamin
Bathurst, eldest son of Allan, 1st earl Ba-
thurst. o, his second wife the earl had no
issue, and by his 3d an only da., Mary, m.
Charles, 3d duke of Richmond, and d. s.p.
The earl was created, 17 A. 1746, lord
Bruce, with remainder, in default of his
issue male, to his nephew the hon. Thomas
Brudenell, 4th son of his sister, Elizabeth
Bruce, oo: 3d earl of Cardigan: he
d. 10 Feb. 1747, without male issue, when
the earldom of Ailesbury became extinct;
the titles of earl of Elgin and baron Bruce,
of Kinloss, in Scotland, devolved on Charles,
9th earl of Kincardine, and the barony of
Bruce, created by the patent of 1746, de-
scended to his nephew,
THoMAs Brudenell, who thereupon took
the name and arms of Bruce in addition to
Brudenell, and was created, 10 June 1776,
earl of Ailesbury; m., 1st, 17 Feb. 1761, Su-
sanna, da. of Henry Hoare, of Stourhead,
co. Wilts, esq., relict of Charles Boyle,
viscount Dungarvon, eldest son of John,
earl of Cork and Orrery, and by her (who
d. 4 Feb. 1783) had issue,
1. GEorge, b. 23 March 1762, d. 28 March

1783.
2. CARoll NE-ANNE, b. 1 May 1763, d. unm.
26 Feb. 1824.
3. FRANCEs-Elizabeth, b. 31 May 1765,
m., 17 Sept. 1799, sir Henry Wright Wilson,
of Crofton-Hall, co. York, and Chelsea Park,
co, Middlesex, knt., and d. 9 Feb. 1836.
4. CHARLEs, b. 7 March 1767, d.22Jan.1768.
5...CHARLES, present marquess.
The earl m., 2dly, 14 Feb. 1788, Anne,
eldest da. of John, Ist earl of Moira, and by
her (who d. 8 Jan. 1813) had no issue.
earl d. 19 April 1814, and was succeeded by
his son,
CHARLEs, present and 2d earl, and 1st
marquess.
Heir Apparent—George-William-FRE-
DERick, earl Bruce, son of the marquess.
Creations—Baron Bruce, 17 April 1746;
and Earl of Ailesbury, 10 June 1776; Mar-
quess of Ailesbury, Earl Bruce, and Viscount
Savermake, 17 July 1821.
Arms—Quarterly, 1st and 4th. Or, a
saltire and chief gules; on a canton argent,
a lion rampant azure—Bruce. 2d and 3d.
Argent a cheveron gules, between three caps
of maintenance, their fronts turned towards
the sinister, azure—Brude:NEll.
Crests—lst, a lion statant, tail extended
azure—Bruck. 2d. A sea-horse argent.
Supporters—Two savages, wreathed about
the temples and loins, each holding in his
exterior hand a lance, and thereon a banner
of the arms of Bruce.
Motto—Fuimus. We have been.

FREDERICK-WILLIAM HERVEY, MARQUEss and EARL of BRISTOL, Earl Jermyn, of Horningsherth, co. Suffolk, and Baron Hervey, of Ickworth, co Suffolk, Hereditary Steward of Bury St. Edmunds, F.R.S., and F.L.S. ; born June 1769; succeeded his father, Frederick, late earl of Bristol, 8 July 1803; created Marquess of Bristol, and Earl Jermyn, 30 June 1826; married, 20 Feb. 1798, the hon. Elizabeth-Albina, eldest da, of Clotworthy, lord Templetown, and sister to the present viscount, and has issue, – 1. FREDERICK-WILLIAM, earl Jermyn, M.P. for Bury St. Edmunds, b. 15 July 1800, m., 1 Dec. 1830, lady KatherineIsabella Manners, da. of the duke of Rutland, and has issue, 1. Adelaide, b. 16 Feb. and d. 1 Oct. 1832; 2. Elizabeth, b. 30 May 1833; 3. FrederickWilliam-John, lord Hervey, b. 28 June 1834; 4. a son, b. 2 Aug. 1837; —2. GEoRGE, in the army, b. 25 Jan. 1803; –3. WILLIAM, b. Oct. 1805, secretary of legation at Madrid; —4. ARTHUR-CHARLEs, b. 21 Aug. 1808, in holy orders, rector of Ickworth, co. Suffolk ;—5. CHARLEs, b. 1 Nov. 1814; —6. ALFRED, b, 25 June 1816; —7. AUGUSTA, b. 22 Dec. 1798, m., 18 Sept. 1832, Frederick Seymour, esq., son of lord Hugh Seymour, and grandson of the 1st marquess of Hertford : 8. GEORGIANA-EL1zABETH-CHAR lot TE, b. 8 Sept. 1801, m., July 1836, hon. and rev. John Grey, son of Charles, earl Grey; —9. SophiaAMELIA-ELIzABETH, b. 8 and d. 21 June 1804;-10. Sophia-ELIzABETH-CARoll NE, b. 26 April 1811, m., 18 July 1835, William-Howe Wyndham, of Felbrigg-hall, co. Norfolk, esq.

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OSBERT DE HERVEY held lands in Helnfestune, as appears by the register of the monastery of St. Edmundsbury, fol. 174, and being styled son of Hervey, is mentioned as one of the king's Justices at Norwich, with Roger le Bigot, 1190; as also one of the justices itinerant, at Huntingdon, on the octave of the assumption of the Virgin Mary, the same year; and fines were levied before him in the octave of St. Martin 1205, when he died, leaving issue by Dionysia, da, of Jefferey de Grey, ADAM DE ERVEY, his son, who was in ward to king John, who was father of John, m. Joan, da. and h. of John Harmon, or Hammon, of Thurley, co. Bedford, whereby he became ossessed of that lordship, which he made is principal residence, and died 1292, leaving issue, John, m., Margaret, da. and h. of sir John de Nermuytt, of Burnham, co. Bucks, (son of Thomas de Nermuytt, of Buckland, co. Devon,) and thereby became possessed of a large property, which descended to his son and heir, Joh N HERVEY, m. Margery, da. of Sir William Colethorp, knt.; who, in 1386, was elected co. Bedford, in the parliament then held; 1402, he was authorized with sir William de Roos, sir Richard de Grey, and others of great distinction, to treat with Owen Glendowr and his counsel, and to conclude with him what they should conceive most expedient to be done for the redemption of Reginald, lord Grey, of Ruthyn, then prisoner with the said Owen Glendowr; from this John Hervey descended ILLIAM HERVEY, of Ickworth, d. 1538, leaving issue, John, ancestor of the earls of Bristos, and sir Nicholas, grandfather of William, who was created baron Hervey, in Ireland, 1620, and baron Hervey, of Kidbrook, co. Kent, 1628, but d. without issue male 1642, when his titles became extinct. Fifth in descent from John, the eldest son, was John HERVEY, created baron Hervey, of Ickworth, 1703, and earl of Bristol 1714, b. 27 Aug. 1666, m., 1st, 1 Nov. 1686, Isabella, da, and h. of sir Robert Carr, and by her (who d. March 1693) had issue, 1. CARR, lord Hervey, b. 17 Sept. 1691, d. unm. 15 Nov. 1723. 2. Is ABELLA, d. unm. Nov. 1711. 3. ELIZABETH, b. 1693, d. an infant. His lordship m., 2dly, 1695, Elizabeth, sole da, and h. of sir Thomas Felton, of Playford, co. Suffolk, bart., (by Elizabeth, da. and co-h. of James Howard, 3d earl of Suffolk,) which gave a claim to the barony of Howard de Walden, which has descended to the grandson and h. of the late lord Hervey, (see lord HowARD DE WALDEN,) and by her (who d. 2 May 1741) had issue, 4. John, lord Hervey, b. 15 Oct. 1696, and called up to the house of peers June 1733, as baron. Hervey, of Ickworth, during the life of his father; m., 16 Oct. 1720, Mary, da. of gen. Nicholas le Pell, and d. 15 Aug. # eaving issue by her, (who d. Sept. y 1. George-William, 2d earl. 2. Augustus-John, 3d earl. 3. Frederick-Augustus, 4th earl. 4. William, a gen. in the army, b. May 1732, d. unm. 15 Jan. 1815. 5. Le Pell, b. Jan. 1753, m. Constantine, 1st lord Mulgrave. 6. Mary, b. 1726, m. George Fitzgerald, of Ireland, esq., and d. 9 April 1815. 7. Amelia-Caroline-Nassau, d. unm. 11

July 1814. 8. Caroline, d. unm. 1819. His majesty was pleased, by warrant, 6 June 1753, to grant to the das. of lord Her...the same precedency as the das. of an ear 5. Thomas, who d. Jan. 1775, having m., 1774, miss Anne Coglane, of Ireland, by whom he had, William-Thomas. 6. WiLLIAM, b. 1699, capt. R.N., d. 1776, having m., 1729, Elizabeth, da. of Thomas Ridge, of Portsmouth, esq., by whom (who d. 13 July 1730) he had, Elizabeth. .7. HENRY, D.D., b. 1701, m., 1730, Catherine, sister and h. of sir Thomas Aston, bart., and assumed the name of Aston, purSuant to the will of his brother-in-law, d. Nov. 1741, leaving a son, Henry Hervey-Aston, m. miss Dickenson, of Lancaster, and had issue a son, Henry-Hervey, col. in the army, m., 16 Sept. 1789, Louisa-Susanna, 5th da. and co-h. of Charles Ingram, 9th viscount Irwin, in the Peerage of Scotland, and was killed in a duel at Madras, 23 Dec. 1798, leaving issue; and a da., Anna-Sophia, b. 1767, m., 2 June 1782, Anthony Hodges, esq., which marriage was dissolved 1795. His lady d. 3 June 1815. 8. CHARLEs, D.D., b. 5 April 1703, (twin with Henrietta, who d... young,) in holy orders, prebendary of Ely, and rector of Sproughton and Shotley, co. Norfolk; m., 31 Dec. 1743, Martha-Maria, da. of col. Howard, of Bury St. Edmund's, and d. 20 March 1783. 9. JAMES-PoRTER; 10. HUMPHREY; both d. unm. 11. FELTon, b. 1710, and d. Aug. 1775, having m. Dorothy, da, of Solomon Ashley, j' and widow tof Charles Pitfield, esq., and by her (who d. 8 Nov. 1761) had issue, Felton-Lionel, who d. 9 Sept. 1785, hav; m., 2 March 1779, Selina, only da. and sole h; of sir John Elwill, bart., (by Selina, da. of Peter Bathurst, esq., and widow of the last earl of Ranelagh,) and by her (who re-m., 21 Sept. 1797, the right hon, sir William Fremantle) had issue, 1. sir Felton-Elwill Bathurst, K.M.T. and K.S.G., col. in the army, created, 7 Dec. 1818, a baronet of the united kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, b. 24 June 1782, m., 24 April 1817, Louisa-Catharine, 3d da. of Richard Caton, of Maryland, in the United States of America, esq., (and sister of the marchioness Wellesley,) and d. 24 Sept. 1819, without issue, and his widow re-m., 1828, the marquess of Carmarthen ; 2. sir Frederick-Anne-Lionel, late bart., b. 18 June 1783, m. Jane, da. of John Hutchinson, esq., and d. June 1827, havin had issue, (see Debrett's New Baronetage; 3. Lionel-Charles, b. 1784, m., 3 May 1825, Frances-Mary, da. of the late vice-admiral Thomas Wells, and has issue; 4. SelinaMary, m., 24 Aug. 1813, sir Charles Knightly, of Fawsley, co. Northampton, ... bart.; 5. Elizabeth, b. 22 Nov. 1785. 12. JAMEs, b. March 1713, d. unm. 13. ElizaBETH, m., 17 May 1724, Bussy, lord Mansel, and d. 1727. 14. ANNE, d. unm. July 1771. 15. BARBARA, d. unm. 24 July 1727. 16. Louis A-CARoll NE. 17. Isa BELLA, m., 23 Sept. 1731, sir Robert Smyth, bart. 18. HENRIETTA, d. unm. Aug. 1732.

The earl d. 20 Jan. 1751, and was succeeded
by his grandson,
GeoRGE-W111,1AM, 2d earl, b. 31 Aug.
1721. His lordship, on the death of Henry
Howard, 10th earl of Suffolk, became in
right of his grandmother, joint heir (with
Elizabeth, 2d wife of John, ist earl of Ports-
mouth) to the said earl of Suffolk's estate,
as also to the barony of Howard de Walden.
The earl d. unm. 20 March 1775, and was
succeeded by his brother,
Augustus-John, 3d earl, b. 19 May 1724,
vice-admiral of the blue, m., privately, 4
Aug. 1744, Elizabeth Chudleigh, who, 8
March 1769, m., publicly, during the lifetime
of the earl, to Evelyn Pierrepont, the last
duke of *: (which marriage was,
after a trial by her rs in Westminster
Hall, declared to be illegal, 23 April 1776,
and she retired to the continent, where she
d. Aug. 1788.)
The earl d. 23 Dec. 1779, without issue,
and was succeeded by his next brother,
FREDERICK-Augustus, 4th earl, D.D.,
bishop of Derry, b. 1 Aug. 1730, m. Eliza-
beth, da. of sir Jermyn Davers, bart., and
had issue,
1. Joh N=AUGUSTUs... lord . Herrey, capt.
R.N., m., May 1784, Elizabeth, da. of ——
Drummond, of Quebec, esq., and d. 10 Jan.
1796, leaving issue by her (who d. 4 Sept.
1818) a da-,

Elizabeth - Catherine - Caroline, m. Charles-Rose Ellis, present baron Seaford. 2. FREDERICK - WILLIAM, present

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of Liverpool, K.G.
The earl d. 8 July 1903, and was succeeded
in the earldom of Bristol by his son,
FREDERick-William, present and 5th
earl, and 1st marquess.
Heir Apparent—FR kokhick-William,
earl Jermyn, eldest son of the earl.
Creations—Baron Hervey, 23 March 1703;
Earl of Bristol, 19 Oct. 1714; Earl Jermyn,
and Marquess of Bristol, 1826.
Arms—Gules, on a bend argent, three tre-
foils slipped vert.
Crest—An ounce passant sable, spotted,
ducally collared, and chain reflexed over the
back or, holding in the dexter paw a trefoil
slipped vert.
Supporters —Two ounces sable, spotted,
ducally collared, and chain reflexed over the
back or.
Motto—Je n'oublieray jamais. I shall ne-
ver forget.

ARCHIBALD KENNEDY, MARquess of AILSA, and Baron Ailsa, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, and Earl of Cassilis, and Baron Kennedy, in the Peerage of Scotland, K.T., F.R.S., and a Baronet of Nova Scotia; succeeded his father, Archibald, in the earldom of Ailsa and barony of Kennedy, 29 Dec. 1794; advanced to the dignity of MARquEss of AILSA, 10 Sept. 1831; married, 1 June 1793, Margaret, da. of John Erskine, of Dunnotar, N. B., esq., and has issue, –1. ARchi BALD, earl of Cassilis, b. 11 Dec. 1794, d. 12 Aug. 1832, m., 1May 1814, Eleanor, only da. and h; of Alexander Allardyce, of Dunnotar, co. Kincardine, esq., and by her (who d. 23 Nov. 1832) had issue, 1. Eleanor, b. April 1815, m., 5 July 1836, Sir John-Andrew Cathcart, bart., 2d life guards; 2. ARCHIBALD, earl of Cassilis, in the army, b. Aug. 1816; 3. Alexander, b. April 1818, d. Oct. 1832; 4. John, b. Sept. 1819; 5. David, b. Nov. 1820, in the East India Company's military service; 6. Gilbert, b. 1822; 7. William, b. 30 Nov. 1823; 8. Fergus, b. 18 Feb. 1826; 9. Nigel, b. May 1828; 10. a son, b. 12 July 1832 ; –2. ANNE, b. 26 June 1797, m., 10 Aug. 1821, sir David Baird, of Newbyth, N.B., bart. ; –3. MARY, b. 4 May 1799, m., 10 Dec. 1833, Richard Oswald, jun., of Auchencruive, esq., who d. 10 Jan. following;—4, MARGARET, b. 16 June 1800, m. Thomas, 6th earl of Newburgh : —5. JoHN, b. 4 June 1802, assumed the surname of Erskine, in addition to and after that of Kennedy, m., 5 July 1827, lady Augusta Fitzclarence, and d. at Pisa, 6 March 1831, leaving issue by her, (who re-m., 24 Aug. 1836, lord John-Frederick Gordon,) 1. William, b. 1 July 1828; 2. Wilhelmina, b. 26 June 1830 ; 3. Augusta-Anne, b. 11 May 1831 ; – 6. ALIcIA-JANE, b. 2 July 1805, m., 19 March 1824, Jonathan Peel, esq., M.P., brother of Sir Robert Peel, bart.

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SIR GILBERT KENNEDY, of Dunure, was created lord Kennedy about the year 1452. His grandson, D'Avid, 3d lord, was one of the privy council to king James IV., and was, in 1509, by him created earl of Cassilis; he m. two wives, Agnes, da. of William, lord Borthwick; and Mary, da. of Thomas Boyd, earl of Arran, (by the pool Mary, eldest da. of king James III.,) and being killed, 9 Sept. 1510, with king James IV., at the fatal battle of Flodden, was succeeded by his eldest son by the first wife, GILBERT, 2d earl, who was of the privy council to king James W.; by whom, in 1523, he was sent ambassador to England to treat of peace; but the next year he was murdered, in attempting to rescue the king from the earl of Angus; he m., Isabel, da. of Archibald Campbell, 8th earl of Argyll, by whom he had, GILBERT, 3d earl, who was by king James V. appointed lord treasurer of Scotland, and in 1558, was one of the peers sent over to France to assist at the marriage of queen Mary with Francis the dauphin, afterwards king Francis II., and d. at Dieppe, leaving by Elizabeth, his wife, da. and h. of John §e. of Colzean, esq., 2 sons, GILBERT, his successor ; and sir Thomas, from whom the present marquess is descended; and dying 1558, was succeeded by his eldest son, GILBERT, 4th earl, who was one of the privy council to queen Mary; he m. Mar: aret, da. of John Lyon, lord Glamis, and y her (who m., 2dly, John, the 1st mar: quess of Hamilton) had 2 sons, John and Gilbert; and dying 1576, was succeeded by his son, John, 5th earl, who was appointed lord treasurer of Scotland, but dying without issue, was succeeded by his nephew, John, the son of his brother, Gilbert, who became heir, and was the 6th earl; he m., 1st, Jane, da. of Thomas Hamilton, the ** of Haddington, and by her had 2 •y 1. CATHERINE, m. William, lord Cochrane, son of William, 1st earl of Dundonald. 2. MARGARET, m. the celebrated dr. Gilbert Burnet, lord bishop of Salisbury, (author of the Histories of his Own Times, and of the Reformation.) The earl m., 2dly, Margaret, da. of William Hay, 10th earl of Erroll, and relict of Henry, lord Kerr, and had issue by her, 3. John, 7th earl. 4. MARY. The earl d. 1688, and was succeeded by his son, John, 7th earl, who was one of the privy council to king William III., by whom he was also made one of the commissioners of the treasury; m. Susan, youngest da. of James, the 1st duke of Hamilton; (who was beheaded in 1648;) and by her had, 1. John, lord Kennedy, m. Elizabeth, da. of Charles Hutchinson, of Owthorpe, co. Notts, esq., and d. in his father's life

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kirk. The earl d. 1702, and was succeeded by his grandson, John, 8th earl, who d. 7 Aug. 1759, without issue, when the issue male of Gilbert, the 4th earl, became extinct, and the title devolved on sir Thomas Kennedy, of Cullean, whose descent from Thomas, brother of the said 4th earl, we now proceed to State. Sir Thomas, of Cullean, had 3 sons, Thomas, who d. unm.; James, who left an only son James, who d. without issue; and Alexander, who continued the line. Alexander d. 1652, leaving 2 sons, sir John, from whom the 9th and 10th earls descended; and Alexander, of Craigoch, great-grandfather of the 11th earl. Sir John Kennedy, of Cullean, was father of sir Archibald, created a bart. 1682, and d. 1710, leaving a son, sir John, who d. 1742, leaving 3 sons, 1. sir John, d. unm. 1744; 2. Thomas; and 3. DAVID, 9th and 10th earls. Thom As, 9th earl, in Nov. 1761, claimed the titles; and the house of lords resolved, 27 Jan. 1762, “that he had a right to the title and dignity of earl of Cassilis, as heir male of the body of David, 1st earl of Cassilis; and to the title of lord Kennedy, as heir male of the body of Gilbert, the 1st lord Kennedy”; d. without issue, 30 Nov. 1775, and was succeeded by his brother, DAv ID, 10th earl, who deceasing on 8 Dec. 1792, also without issue, the male line of the house of Cullean became extinct, and the title devolved on the great grandson of Alexander Kennedy, of Craigoch, 2d son of Alexander, of Cullean, above named, Viz. ALExANDER, 11th earl, capt. R.N. ; by Anne, his 2d wife, da. of John Watts, of New York, esq., (who d. 29 Dec. 1793,) he had issue, 1. ARCHIBALD, 12th earl, and present marquess. 2. John, in the army. 3. Rob ERT, m. miss Malcolm, an American lady, and has issue, of whom John, H.M. secretary of o at Naples, m., 5 Aug. 1834, Amelia-Maria, da. of Samuel Briggs, esq., of Alexandria, and SophiaEleanor, 3d da., m., 19 Feb. 1829, John Levett, of Wichnor Park, co. Salop, esq. 4. ANNE, m., 21 July 1795, William-Henry Digby, esq., of Twickenham, and d. 14 Jan. 1821. The earld. 29 Dec. 1794, and was succeeded by his son, ARCHIBALD, 12th earl, and present marquess. Heir Apparent—ARCHIBALD, earl of Cassilis, grandson of the earl. Creations — Lord Kennedy, of Cassilis, 1450; Earl of Cassilis, 1509; a Baronet of Nova Scotia, 1682; Baron Ailsa, in the peerage of the United Kingdom, 12 Nov. 1806; and Marquess of Ailsa, 10 Sept. 1831. Arms—Argent, a cheveron gules between three cross crosslets fitché sable, the whole within a double tressure flory counter-flory of the second. Crest—A dolphin on its back azure. Supporters—Two swans, wings expanded and inverted, proper.

Motto—Aviséz la fin. Consider the end.

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JOHN CAMPBELL, MARquEss of BREADALBANE, Earl of Ormelie, and Baron Breadalbane, of Taymouth, in the Peerage of the United Kingdom, and Earl of Breadalbane, Viscount Campbell, of Tay and Paintland, Wiscount Glenorchy and Taymouth, and Baron Benedoraloch, Ormelie, and Weik, in that of Scotland, Baronet of Nova Scotia; born 26 Oct. 1796; succeeded his father, John, 1st marquess, 29 March 1834; married, 23 Nov. 1821, Eliza, eldest da. of George Baillie, of Jervis

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SIR Colin CAMPBELL, 1st of the house of Glenorchy, b. about 1400, was 3d son of Duncan, 1st lord Campbell, of Lochow, by Margery, da. of Robert, duke of Albany, regent of Scotland; his father settled ". him the estate of Glenorchy, which had been conveyed, to the Campbell family; temp. king §ić II., by the marriage of Margaret Glenorchy with John Campbell; he was one of the knights of Rhodes, now styled of Malta, and #. his conduct and valour acquired distinguished honour; after the execrable murder of king James I., 1437, he exerted himself in pursuing the regicides, and was so diligent, that he soon apprehended and brought to justice two of the assassins, Chalmers and Colquhoun: in recompense for which service, king James III. afterwards bestowed on him the barony of Lawers; he had the care of the person and estate of his nephew, Colin, 1st earl of Aft; during his minority, and faithfully discharged the trust reposed in him; concluding a match between the earl and the sister of his own wife, one of the three das. and co-hh. of lord Lorn. He had a charter to himself and Margaret Stirling, his wife, and their issue, of the lands of Acharavach, co. Perth, 27 Oct. 1467; he built the castle of Kilchurn, at the east end of Lochow, in Glenorchy, 1440; and was dead previous to 10 June 1478, on which day the lords auditors gave a decree, in a civil suit, against “Duncain Campbell, son and heir of umquhale sir Colin 8. of Glenurquha, knt.” By his 2d wife, Marret, 2d of the three das. and co-hh. of ohn, lord, Lorn, (by whom he got a third of that lordship, which still remains in the family, and from thence quartered the galley of Lorn with his paternal achievement,) he had issue Duncan. He m., 3dly, Margaret, da. of Robert Robertson, of Strowan, by whom he had Margaret, m., 1st, Archibald Napier, of Merchistoun; , and 2dly, John Dickson, of Rossherhald: he m., 4thly, Margaret, da. of Luke Stirling, of Keir, and had issue one son, John, ancestor of the earls of Loudoun (vide Countess of Loudoun,) and a da., Mariot, m. William Stewart, of Baldoran. Sir DUNCAN, the eldest son, is next in succession to the sons of Colin, 1st earl of

Argyll, in the charter of Knopdale, 26 Feb. 1480-1. He was killed at the battle of Flodden, with James IV., 9 Sept. 1513; m., 1st, 1479, Margaret Douglas, 4th da. of George, 4th earl of Angus, and had issue, 1. Sir Colin ; 2. ARchi BAld ; 3. PATRich. And 2dly, Margaret, da. of the laird of Moncrief, co. Perth, and had issue, 4. John, a substitute in the charter of Glenlyon, 1502, bishop of the isles. 5. CATHERINE, m. William Murray, of Tullibardine. .6. ANNABELLA, m., 1533, Alexander Napier, of Merchistoun. Sir Colin, the eldest son, was of great service in procuring his cousin, Gavin Douglass, pool. ssession of the episcopal see of Dunkeld, 1516, in opposition to a powerful competitor, Andrew Stewart, his own brother-in-law; m. Mary Stewart, 6th da, of John, earl of Atholl, uterine brother of king James II., and had issue, 1. Sir DUNcAN. 2. Sir John ; 3. Sir Colin. He was succeeded by his eldest son, Sir DUNCAN, who d. 1514, and was succeeded by his brother, oil. Joh N, who was succeeded by his broer, Sir Colin, from whom descended Sir RoberT CAMPBELL, of Glenorchy, who m. Isabel, da. of sir Lachlan Mackintosh of Torecastle, and had issue, 1. Sir John. 2. Colin, of whom hereafter. 3. WiLLIAM, ancestor of the Campbells of Glenfalloch. 4. AL ExANDER, ancestor of the Campbells of Lochdochart. 5. DuNCAN, ancestor of the Campbells of Auchkyne. Sir John, of Glenorchy, s. and h., m., 1st, Mary, da. of William, earl of Strathern; and 2dly, Christian, da. of John Muschet, of Craighead, in Menteith; by his first wife he had issue, Sir John CAMPBELL, b. 1635; being a principal creditor of George, 6th earl of Caithness, whose debts are said to have exceeded a million of marks, that earl, 8 Oct. 1672, made a disposition of his whole estate and earldom, with the heritable jurisdictions

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