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  1. 19/11/2020 · Miscarried Child of Argyll: Birthdate: March 20, 1872: Birthplace: England - son of Louise & John, M.Lorne Duke of Argyll: Death: March 20, 1872 (1 day) Immediate Family: Son of John Campbell, 9th Duke of Argyll and Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll. Managed by: Günther Kipp: Last Updated: November 19, 2020

    • March 20, 1872
    • March 20, 1872 (1 day)
  2. Research genealogy for Miscarried Child of Argyll of England - son of Louise & John, M.Lorne Duke of Argyll, as well as other members of the of Argyll family, on Ancestry®.

  3. 21/06/2021 · December 03, 1939 (91) Kensington Palace, London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom. Place of Burial: Windsor, Berkshire, England. Immediate Family: Daughter of Albert, Prince Consort of the United Kingdom and Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom and Empress of India. Wife of John Campbell, 9th Duke of Argyll.

    • March 18, 1848
    • Windsor, Berkshire, England
  4. Define Miscarried child. means the fetal remains resulting from a spontaneous fetal death that does not require compulsory registration pursuant to the provisions of R.S. 40:47.

  5. 10/03/2020 · Lorne was Governor and Constable of Windsor Castle from 1892 to 1914 and he sat as MP for Manchester South from 1895 until the death of his father on 24 April 1900, when he succeeded as 9th and 2nd Duke of Argyll. He and Princess Louise lived at Kensington Palace until his death from pneumonia in 1914. He is buried at Kilmun Parish Church. view all

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    • May 2, 1914
    • August 6, 1845
  6. Alice had one brother: Miscarried Child of Argyll. Alice passed away on month day 1981, at age 97 at death place. 1 of 4 individuals View all. Find family history ...

  7. A rchibald Campbell was the eldest son of the 7th Earl of Argyll, also called Archibald Campbell, and his first wife Lady Anne Douglas, daughter of William Douglas, 6th Earl of Morton. His mother died when Campbell was a child. As was customary with the heir to the earldom of Argyll, he was granted the courtesy title Lord Lorne.