Lord Frederick Campbell

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Lord Frederick Campbell (20 June 1729 – 8 June 1816) was a Scottish nobleman and politician.wikipedia
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Argyllshire (UK Parliament constituency)

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He was lord clerk register of Scotland, 1768-1816; Member of Parliament (M.P.) for Glasgow Burghs (1761–1780) and for Argyllshire (1780–1799).

John Campbell, 4th Duke of Argyll

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Frederick Campbell was the third son of John Campbell, 4th Duke of Argyll, and his wife, Mary, daughter of John, 2nd Lord Bellenden.
Lord Frederick Campbell (born 20 June 1729, died 8 June 1816)

Highland Fencible Corps

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In 1778 he was colonel of the Argyle Fencibles, in 1786 a member of the board of control for India, and in 1787 a vice-treasurer for Ireland under George, Viscount Townshend, the lord-lieutenant.
The Argyle or Western Fencibles was raised by Lord Frederick Campbell, who had been appointed colonel, and it was embodied in Glasgow in April, 1778.

Clyde Burghs (UK Parliament constituency)

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He was lord clerk register of Scotland, 1768-1816; Member of Parliament (M.P.) for Glasgow Burghs (1761–1780) and for Argyllshire (1780–1799).

Port Charlotte, Islay

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Port Charlotte, Islay is named after his wife.
Port Charlotte was named after Lord Frederick Campbell's wife, and it was set up mainly to provide housing facilities for the Lochindaal Distillery work force.

Thomastown (Parliament of Ireland constituency)

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Lord Frederick sat in the Irish House of Commons for Thomastown from 1767 to 1768 and for St Canice from 1768 and 1776.

Laurence Shirley, 4th Earl Ferrers

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Lord Frederick was married, 28 March 1769, to Mary, youngest daughter of Mr. Amos Meredith of Henbury, Cheshire, sister of Sir William Meredith, 3rd Baronet, and widow of the infamous Laurence Shirley, 4th Earl Ferrers.
She was married again, on 28 March 1769, to Lord Frederick Campbell.

Lord Clerk Register

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Lord Frederick was sworn of the privy council 29 May 1765, made Lord Clerk Register for Scotland in 1768, and confirmed in that office for life in 1777.
1768: Lord Frederick Campbell

St Canice (Parliament of Ireland constituency)

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Lord Frederick sat in the Irish House of Commons for Thomastown from 1767 to 1768 and for St Canice from 1768 and 1776.

Keeper of the Privy Seal of Scotland

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In the same year (1765) Lord Frederick was for a few months Keeper of the Privy Seal of Scotland but resigned in July following the dismissal of the Grenville administration and was succeeded in the office by Lord Breadalbane.
1765: Lord Frederick Campbell

William Manning (British politician)

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His daughter sold the estate to William Manning, MP after his death.
After the death of Lord Frederick Campbell in 1816, he bought Combe Bank near Sevenoaks, Kent from Campbell's daughter.

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She burnt to death in a fire at their house, Combe Bank, Kent, in 1807.
The estate passed to the 4th Duke's son, Lord Frederick Campbell, and on the latter's death in 1816 his daughter sold the property to William Manning MP, who was forced to sell it when he went bankrupt in 1831.

Sir William Meredith, 3rd Baronet

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Lord Frederick was married, 28 March 1769, to Mary, youngest daughter of Mr. Amos Meredith of Henbury, Cheshire, sister of Sir William Meredith, 3rd Baronet, and widow of the infamous Laurence Shirley, 4th Earl Ferrers.
Mary married firstly Laurence Shirley, 4th Earl Ferrers, and secondly Lord Frederick Campbell.

Robert Murray Keith (the younger)

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He therefore traveled with Frederick Campbell to visit his father in Vienna, where he was Minister and look for military employment.