|Birth: ||1370, Scotland|
First Lord of Lochow
Father: Colin Iongantach Campbell
Mother: Mariot Campbell daughter of John Campbell
Wife 1: Lady Marjory Stewart
Wife 2: Lady Margaret Stewart
Children: Colin, Archibald, Duncan, and Neil
In 1424 he was one of the Hostages for the redemption of King James I from captivity.
Before March 1440 he was invested as a Knight.
In 1442 he was one of the founders of the Collegiate Church of Kilmun in Argyll.
In 1445 he was created as the 1st Lord of Lochow
The information above is extracted from the following sources
The Black Book of Taymouth
Lord Duncan Campbell was buried in the choir of Kilmun Church in 1453 with effigies of his wife Marjory and himself placed against the north wall. The coffins appear to be carved to look like Duncan and Marjory. The coffins lay fully exposed at the end of the hall under an beautiful carved arch. The sight is very impressive.
Photos inside the mausoleum of Duncan and his Wife may be see at: http://canmore.rcahms.gov.uk/en/site/250643/digital_images/kilmun+st+munn+s+church+argyll+mausoleum/
Marjory Marceline Stewart Campbell (1375 - 1421)*
Colin Campbell (1400 - 1480)*
Kilmun Parish Church and Cemetery
Argyll and Bute, Scotland
Created by: Sharren Formby
Record added: Jan 21, 2010
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