Campbell, Frederick William (DNB00)
|←Campbell, Frederick (1729-1816)||Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900, Volume 08
Campbell, Frederick William
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|1904 Errata appended.|
CAMPBELL, FREDERICK WILLIAM (1782–1846), genealogist, was a descendant of the Campbells of Barbreck, an ancient branch of the Argyll family, and the eldest son of Donald Campbell (1751-1804) of Barbreck [q. v.] He was born on 4 Jan. 1782, and entering the army became captain in the 1st regiment of guards. Some time after succeeding his father in 1804, he disposed of the estate in Argyllshire, retaining only the superiority to connect him with the county, and took up his residence at Birfield Lodge, near Ipswich, Suffolk. He was a magistrate and deputy-lieutenant of the county. In 1830 he printed privately a work entitled ‘A Letter to Mrs. Campbell of Barbreck, containing an Account of the Campbells of Barbreck from their First Ancestors to the Present Time,’ Ipswich. He died in 1846. He married, on 21 Feb. 1820, Sophia, daughter of Sir Edward Warrington, M.P., by whom he had one daughter.
[Burke's Landed Gentry; Cooper's Biog. Dict.]
|357||ii||15f.e.||Campbell, Frederick W.:for Sir Edward Warrington read Sir Edward Winnington, bart.
|14f.e.||after daughter insert He had been twice married previously|