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  1. Women of History - C

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    Janey Callander was the daughter of John Henry Callander, of Craigforth, Stirling and of Ardkinglas, Argyll. She was married (1869) to Lord Archibald Campbell (1846 – 1913), younger brother of John Douglas, ninth Duke of Argyll. The marriage had been arranged by her father-in-law, George, eighth Duke of Argyll, whose ward she had been.

  2. Women of History - A

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    Elizabeth was married (1424) to Sir Edward Neville (died 1476), the grandson of John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster and his third wife Katherine Swynford. Elizabeth became the third holder of the feudal barony of Abergavenny (1424 – 1448) and after her death her husband was summoned to Parliament as Baron Abergavenny in her right until his death.

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    She was married (1869) to Lord Archibald Campbell (1846 – 1913), younger brother of John Douglas, ninth Duke of Argyll. The marriage had been arranged by her father-in-law, George, eighth Duke of Argyll, whose ward she had been. The couple had two children. Lady Campbell was the originator of Pastoral Plays in Europe.

  4. Women of History - B

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    Princess Barbara was the daughter of Rupert I, Duke of Silesia-Leignitz and his wife Hedwig of Silesia-Glogau, the widow of Kasimierz III, King of Poland. Barbara became the second wife (1396) of Rudolf III (c1369 – 1419), elector of Saxony, whom she survived as Electress Dowager (1419 – 1436).

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