Person:Duncan Campbell (1)

Duncan Campbell, 1st Lord Campbell
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Name[3] Duncan Campbell, 1st Lord Campbell
Alt Name Na-Adh Campbell, Laird of Lochow
Alt Name Cambell
Alt Name[2] Donnchadh mac Cailein
Alt Name[2] Donnchadh na-Adh
Gender Male
Alt Birth? abt 1370 ,Lochowe,Argyllshire,Scotland
Birth? abt 1375 of,Lochow,Argyllshire,Scotland
Marriage ABT 1393 of,,Perthshire,Scotlandto Marcelline (Marjory) Stewart, [Baroness Campbell or Cambell]
Marriage BEF MAR 1439/40 Secondary date: 28 FEB 1439
to Margaret Stewart, [Baroness Campbell or Cambell]
Death[3] 1453
Reference Number? Q1265364?
Burial[3] Kilmun, Dunoon and Kilmun, Argyll, Scotland

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Duncan Campbell, 1st Lord Campbell (Classical Gaelic Donnchadh mac Cailein, and also called Donnchadh na-Adh of Loch Awe, (died 1453), was an important figure in Scottish affairs in the first half of the fifteenth century and Justiciar of Argyll. He was head of the Clan Campbell for 40 years.

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  1.   The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (TM) July 1996 (c), data as of 2 January 1996 (2).
  2. 2.0 2.1 Duncan Campbell, 1st Lord Campbell, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.

    From the Gaelic; na-Adh meaning “the fortunate”.

  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Crawfurd, George. The peerage of Scotland: containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom. (Edinburgh: G. Crawfurd, 1716), p 17.

    “Lord Duncan departing this Life, 1453, was buried in the Church of Kilmun, where there is a noble Monument erected over him, with the Statue of Himself, as big as the Life, about the Verge of the Tomb, is this Inscription, Hic Facet / Dominus Duncanus, Dominus le Campbel, Miles de Lochow.