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  1. Ian Douglas Campbell, 11th and 4th Duke of Argyll (18 June 1903 – 7 April 1973), was a Scottish peer and the Chief of Clan Campbell (Scottish Gaelic: MacCailein Mòr). He is chiefly remembered for his unhappy marriage to, and scandalous 1963 divorce from, his third wife, Margaret Whigham .

  2. John Campbell, 9th Duke of Argyll (6 August 1845 – 2 May 1914), married Princess Louise of the United Kingdom on 21 March 1871. Lord Archibald Campbell (18 December 1846 – 29 March 1913), married Janey Callander on 12 January 1869. They had two children, including Niall Campbell, 10th Duke of Argyll.

  3. 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).

  4. Membership is open to all Campbells, Campbell septs, those married to a Campbell or Campbell Sept, those descended from Clan Campbell, and to those interested in learning about the Clan Campbell, Scottish history and culture, and who acknowledge Mac Cailein Mòr as their Clan Chief, as he is the Chief of Clan Campbell, the greatest family in all of Scotland!

  5. 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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