Carter-Campbell of Possil - Portrait Gallery

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  • Colonel Thomas Tupper Carter-Campbell of Possil.

  • Admiral John Carter R.N of Castle Martin.

  • Lieut. Carre Tupper Royal Navy.

  • Mrs Colin Campbell of Colgrain painted by Sir Henry Raeburn.

  • Mrs Emily Georgina Campbell (far right).

  • Major General George Campbell of Inverneill CB.

  • Mrs Susan Harriet Campbell.

  • John Campbell (1816-1885) 2nd of Possil and Torosay, Deputy Lieutenant and Justice of the Peace, an officer of the 7th Dragoon Guards.

  • Colonel Alexander Campbell of Possil (painted by Sir Henry Raeburn.

  • General George Carter-Campbell C.B., D.S.O. Cameronians (Scottish Rifles).

  • Colonel Duncan Carter-Campbell of Possil O.B.E. Cameronians (Scottish Rifles).

  • Rt. Hon. Thomas Carter, M.P., Secretary of State and Master of the Rolls (painted by Charles Jervas).

  • Mrs Alexander Campbell of Possil (painted by Sir Henry Raeburn) Née Harriet Maclachlan of Castle Lachlan, Argyll (see Clan Maclachlan).

  • Lt. General Sir James Campbell of Inverneill

  • Major General Sir Archibald Campbell K.B. of Inverneill, painted by George Romney.

  • Duncan Campbell of Inverneill. Painted by Sir David Wilkie.

  • Baron Campbell of Colgrain and Camis Eskan Helensburgh Dunbartonshire painted by Sir Henry Raeburn.

  • Major General John Tupper His Majesty's Marine Forces.

  • Captain George Barber Jeffreys RN. (Elcie Ward, Carter-Campbell, maternal grandfather. Artist P Rochard 1845

  • Mrs James Campbell of Inverneill.

  • Either Fanny or Maria Ward daughter of the Rev Randall Ward.JPG

    Either Fanny or Maria Ward daughter of the Rev Randall Ward

  • Frances, wife of Rev Randall Ward and daughter of William Ironside of Houghton-Le-Spring in the county of Durham Born 1806 died 1881

  • Mungo Campbell (watercolor) artist unknown actuall size of original painting bequested by Isabella Campbell to the Kelvin Grove Gallery Glasgow in 1911

  • Captain George Barber Jeffreys RN. (Elcie Ward, Carter-Campbell, maternal grandfather

  • George Campbell of Inverniell.

  • General George Campbell of Inverniell.

  • James Campbell 6th of Inverneil born 1800 Captain 47 regiment.

  • Mrs Duncan Campbell of Inverneill.

  • Duncan Campbell 5th Of Inverneill.

  • Eliza Henrietta Campbell of Inverneill

  • Mrs Duncan Campbell of Inverneill by Mr Smee B 1782

  • George Campbell of Inverneil

The arms of Colonel Thomas Tupper Carter-Campbell of Possil: First and fourth a gyronay of eight and in chief a mullet counterchanged all within a border, indented and charged with eight buckles, the first, the second and the third for Campbell, and two combatant, rampant lions for Carter. The crest, a boar's head erect and erased.

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