Torquhil Ian Campbell, (born 29 May 1968) Chief of Clan Campbell, the 13th (S) and 6th (UK) Duke of Argyll, inherited the title on 21 April 2001. The family's main seat is Inveraray Castle where the Duke and Duchess live with their three children.
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By the mid-10th century Amlaíb Cuarán controlled the Rhinns and the region gets the modern name of Galloway from the mixture of Viking and Gaelic Irish settlement that produced the Gall-Gaidel. Magnus Barelegs is said to have "subdued the people of Galloway"  in the 11th century and Whithorn seems to have been a centre of Hiberno-Norse artisans who traded around the Irish Sea by the end ...
Clan Campbell is historically one of the largest and most powerful of the Scottish Highland clans. The clan chief have held the title first of Lord Campbell (from 1445), then Earl of Argyll (1457), Marquess of Argyll (1641) and lastly Duke of Argyll from 1701 to this day. Another branch became the Earls of Loudoun (1633-1786).
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