Alexander Glynn Campbell

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Alexander Glynn Campbell (1796 – 5 November 1836) was a Member of Parliament for Fowey from 1819–1820.[1]

Campbell was the only son of Colonel Alexander Campbell of Ardchattan, Argyllshire (1766–1844) and his wife Jane Meux Worsley of Gatcombe Park, Isle of Wight (1774–1819). He was born at Westover Lodge, Isle of Wight, on 10 August 1796. There were two other children of the marriage: Jane Elizabeth Mary Campbell (1803–1878) and Sophia Margaret Ann Campbell (1805–1827). Campbell died 5 November 1836 in Italy.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mill, John Stuart (1963). Robson, John M., ed. Collected Works of John Stuart Mill. University of Toronto Press. p. 575. ISBN 9780802026743. Retrieved 21 April 2013. 
  2. ^ Hallen, Arthur Washington Cornelius; Stevenson, John Horne (1893). The Scottish Antiquary: Or, Northern Notes & Queries. W. Green and Sons. p. 7. Retrieved 21 April 2013. 
  • William Berry, County Genealogies Pedigrees of the Families in the County of Hants (1833), p139. The date given here for Alexander Glynn Campbell's birth is 1797.
  • Letter dated 13 August 1796 from Edmund John Glynn, Glynn, Cornwall, to Colonel Alexander Campbell, Westover Lodge, Isle of Wight. Private collection.