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date: 13 August 2020

Campbell, Frederick Archibald Vaughan, third Earl Cawdorlocked

(1847–1911)
  • Rhodri Williams

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Campbell, Frederick Archibald Vaughan, third Earl Cawdor (1847–1911), politician and railway administrator, was born on 13 February 1847 at St Leonard's Hill, Windsor, the eldest child of John Frederick Vaughan Campbell, second Earl Cawdor (1817–1898) and his first wife, Sarah, daughter of the ...

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