Elizabeth Campbell, Duchess of Argyll

Standard Name: Argyll, Elizabeth Campbell,,, Duchess of
Used Form: Gunning, Elizabeth


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Family and Intimate relationships Lady Charlotte Bury
The Duchess of Argyll , LCB 's mother, died while Charlotte was only fifteen.
Gentleman’s Magazine. Various publishers.
(1790) 1154
Family and Intimate relationships Lady Charlotte Bury
LCB 's mother, born Elizabeth Gunning , was one of the two famously beautiful Miss Gunnings: the second daughter of Irish landowner John Gunning of Castle Coot in Roscommon. She married firstly James Hamilton
Family and Intimate relationships Lady Colin Campbell
Lord Colin Campbell, born on 8 March 1853 to George Douglas Campbell , eighth duke of Argyll, and his wife, born Lady Elizabeth Leveson-Gower ,
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. http://www.oxforddnb.com/.
under George Douglas Campbell
“The Late Lord Colin Campbell”. The Scotsman, Scotsman Publications, p. 7.
(19 June 1895): 7
was described...
Family and Intimate relationships Elizabeth Gunning
The beautiful Gunning sisters (later Countess of Coventry , and successively Duchess of Hamilton and of Argyll ) were EG 's aunts. Lady Coventry, however, had died before Elizabeth was born.
Wealth and Poverty Alison Cockburn
Patrick Cockburn 's elder brother had sold the family estates, to pay off debts, in 1748; hence the need for Patrick to find employment. Patrick had saved the duke once before 1750, by preventing him...


: The Gunning sisters arrived in London from...

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The Gunning sisters arrived in London from Ireland, and created a sensation with their beauty: Maria was aged around seventeen and Elizabeth was a year younger.


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