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The title Earl of Loudoun (pronounced "Looden") was created in the Peerage of Scotland in 1633 for the 2nd Lord Campbell of Loudoun, along with the subsidiary title Lord Tarrinzean and Mauchline.

The 6th Countess married the 2nd Earl of Moira, who was later created Marquess of Hastings. The next three Earls also held that Marquessate. However, with the death of the 4th Marquess, the Marquessate became extinct, but the Earldom passed to the elder daughter of the 2nd Marquess.

The Heir Apparent to the Earldom uses the courtesy title Lord Mauchline.

Lords Campbell of Loudoun (1601)

Earls of Loudoun (1633)

The Heir Apparent is the present holder's son Simon Michael Abney-Hastings, Lord Mauchline (b. 1974).

See also

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The title Earl of Loudoun (pronounced "Looden") was created in the Peerage of Scotland in 1633 for the 2nd Lord Campbell of Loudoun, along with the subsidiary title Lord Tarrinzean and Mauchline.

The 6th Countess married the 2nd Earl of Moira, who was later created Marquess of Hastings. The next three Earls also held that Marquessate. However, with the death of the 4th Marquess, the Marquessate became extinct, but the Earldom passed to the elder daughter of the 2nd Marquess.

The heir apparent to the Earldom uses the courtesy title Lord Mauchline.

Lords Campbell of Loudoun (1601)

Earls of Loudoun (1633)

The heir apparent is the present holder's son Simon Michael Abney-Hastings, Lord Mauchline (b. 1974).

See also


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