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Breadalbane, Marquess of (UK, 1885 - 1922)
Creation: let. pat. 11 Jul 1885
Extinct: 19 Oct 1922
Family name: Campbell
See Earl of Breadalbane and Holland
Gavin [Campbell], 7th Earl of Breadalbane and Holland later 1st Marquess of Breadalbane, KG PC
1st son of John Alexander Gavin [Campbell], 6th Earl of Breadalbane, by his wife Mary Theresa Edward, only dau. of John F Edwards., of Dublin
9 Apr 1851
27 Jul 1872 Lady Alma Imogen Leonora Charlotta Graham (b. 7 sep 1854; dsp. 10 May 1932), 3rd dau. of James [Graham], 4th Duke of Montrose, by his wife Hon Caroline Agnes Horsley-Beresford, 3rd dau. of John [Beresford later Horsley-Beresford], 2nd Baron Decies
s.p. 19 Oct 1922
25 Mar 1873 Baron Breadalbane, of Kenmore in the County of Perth
11 Jul 1885 Earl of Ormelie and Marquess of Breadalbane
suc. his father 20 May 1871 as 7th Earl of Breadalbane and Holland; a Lord in Waiting 1873-74; Treasurer of the Household 1880-85; Privy Councillor 1880; Lord Steward of the Household 1892-95; Lord High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland 1893-95; Knight of the Garter 1894; Keeper of the Privy Seal of Scotland 1907-22; Lord Lieutenant of Argyllshire 1914-22
On the death of the 1st Marquess of Breadalbane the Marquessate of Breadalbane and the other United Kingdom titles created in 1873 and 1885 became extinct, and he was succeeded in the Earldom of Breadalbane and Holland and his other Scottish titles by his nephew, Ian Edward Herbert Campbell, who succeeded as 8th Earl of Breadalbane and Holland.
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