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date: 28 January 2020

Campbell, John, first earl of Loudounlocked

(1598–1662)
  • David Stevenson

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Campbell, John, first earl of Loudoun (1598–1662), lord chancellor of Scotland, was the eldest son of Sir James Campbell of Lawers and his wife, Jean, daughter of James Colvill, first Lord Colvill of Culros. He probably travelled abroad before he married (by March 1620) ...

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