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  1. 29 de nov. de 2023 · The eldest son of the 8th Duke of Argyll, John Campbell held the courtesy title of Marquess of Lorne until he succeeded his father in 1900. He was educated at Edinburgh Academy, Eton, St. Andrews and Cambridge.

  2. 2 de dic. de 2023 · Cambridge, Duke of see George William Frederick Charles Cameron-, Charles Hay, 5b; see also-, Duncan Alexander (ktd. 20 Feb. 1864) Campbell-, Sir Archibald Islay 3rd Bart., -, George, -, George Douglas,8th Duke of Argyll, -, John, -, John (cr. Lord Campbell 30 June 1841), -, John Francis, Campion, Charles Walter,

  3. 3 de dic. de 2023 · Argyll House, which stood on the site now occupied by the Palladium, was the London home of Archibald Campbell, the younger brother of John, second Duke of Argyll. During his elder brother's lifetime he was known as Lord Ilay, having been created Earl and Viscount of Ilay in 1706, but in 1743, on his brother's death, he became third ...

  4. Hace 4 días · Examples of reigning monarchs, Prime Ministers etc. with no inherent geographic link are omitted or kept to one example as there are many streets named "Victoria + descriptor" and "Wellington + descriptor" for example. This transport-related list is incomplete; you can help by adding missing items. (August 2008) Roads and streets Squares See also

  5. Hace 5 días · Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (Franz August Karl Albert Emanuel; [1] 26 August 1819 – 14 December 1861) was the husband of Queen Victoria. As such, he was consort of the British monarch from their marriage on 10 February 1840 until his death in 1861.

  6. Hace 6 días · Admiral of the Western Coasts and Isles – Torquhil Campbell, 13th Duke of Argyll; Lord High Admiral of the Firth of Forth; Vice-Admiral of Orkney and Shetland – (Vacant – historically associated with the Sheriff Depute of Orkney and Shetland) Gold Stick and Silver Stick for Scotland; The Royal Company of Archers, the monarch's ...

  7. 29 de nov. de 2023 · (c. 1542–84).Campbell succeeded his half‐brother in the earldom in 1573. After a quarrel with Regent Morton over certain crown jewels, brought to Argyll by his second wife, he seized the young king James at Stirling in 1578 and forced him to dismiss Morton. Argyll was appointed lord chancellor [S] and held the post until his death.