Archibald Campbell Fraser Of Lovat
Colonel the Hon. Archibald Campbell Fraser of Lovat, 20th MacShimidh (1736–1815) was the second son of Simon "the Fox" Fraser. Upon the death of his brother, Simon Fraser, in 1782, Archibald assumed the Chiefship of Clan Fraser, using the Gaelic patronym MacShimidh. Archibald died 8 December 1815, at the age of 79.
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... In 1794, Archibald received letters of service to raise the 15th Fencible Regiment, the Fraser Fencibles, and Colonel James Fraser, 7th of Balladrum, who had already served with Simon Fraser as a Major ... that same year, they paraded through Inverness, and inspected by Archibald, their Clan Chief ... In November 1797, Colonel James Fraser resigned his post, being succeeded by John Simon Fraser, Younger of Lovat, Archibald's eldest son ...
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