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  1. Elizabeth Maitland, Duchess of Lauderdale, 2nd Countess of Dysart (née Murray; 28 September 1626 – 5 June 1698) was a Scottish noblewoman. In her own right she was the Countess of Dysart and from the date of her remarriage in 1672 the Duchess of Lauderdale.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › ElizabethElizabeth - Wikipedia

    Look up Elizabeth, Alžbeta, Elisabeth, Elizabeta, Élisabeth, or Eliška in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Elizabeth or Elisabeth may refer to:

  3. 28/12/2021 · Margaret Sweeney was the British socialite and Duchess of Argyll, mostly known for her divorce scandal with her second husband. A Very British Scandal, the BBC’s newest serial drama, premiered on Boxing Day, and viewers are enthralled by the splendor and drama of the main protagonists.

  4. www.ccsna.org › chief-of-clan-campbellChief of Clan Campbell

    Torquhil Ian Campbell, 13th Duke of Argyll (S), 6th Duke of Arygll (UK) (b.1968) Torquhil Campbell the 28th Mac Cailein Mòr, the thirty-fifth Chief of Clan Campbell, His Grace, the 13th Duke of Argyll (S), and the 6th Duke of Arygll (UK) was born Torquhil Ian Campbell on 29 May 1968. The 13th Duke of Argyll is the son of Sir Ian Campbell, 12th Duke of Argyll and his wife Iona Mary Colquhoun ...

  5. 26/12/2021 · Duncan Sandys, Minister of Defence and Winston Churchill’s son-in-law, was a known lover of Margaret Campbell, Duchess of Argyll. (Photo by Les Lee/Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) It would be said during the case that there were 88 possible candidates – that Margaret was, in the judge’s words, “a highly-sexed woman who had ceased to be satisfied with normal relations”.

  6. 22/03/2022 · Following A Very English Scandal comes another nonfiction series, A Very British Scandal, which will chronicle the notorious 1963 divorce between the Duke and Duchess of Argyll.Written by Sarah ...

  7. 24/04/2022 · In the new series A Very British Scandal, airing now on Prime Video, Claire Foy plays Margaret Campbell, the late Duchess of Argyll whose real-life 1963 divorce—and the revealing trial that came ...