Duke of Argyll Campbell Clan

Duke of Argyll

The Duke of Argyll also holds the hereditary titles of chief of Clan Campbell and Master of the Household of Scotland.

Sir Colin Campbell of Lochow was knighted in 1280. In 1445 James II of Scotland raised Sir Colin’s descendant Sir Duncan Campbell to the peerage to become Duncan Campbell of Lochow, Lord of Argyll, Knight, 1st Lord Campbell. Colin Campbell (c. 1433–1493) succeeded his grandfather as the 2nd Lord Campbell in 1453 and was created Earl of Argyll in 1457.

Lords Campbell (1445)

Earls of Argyll (1457)

Dukes of Argyll (1701)

The heir apparent is the present holder’s eldest son, Archibald Frederick Campbell, Marquess of Lorne (b. 2004).