Archibald Campbell, 9th Earl of Argyll (1629–1685) was a Scottish peer.
He was born in 1629 in Dalkeith, Scotland, the son of Archibald Campbell, 1st Marquess of Argyll.
He became the ninth earl in 1663 (on the earldom's restoration after a dissolution two years early following the execution of his father for treason). After he joined the Monmouth rebellion against James VII in 1685, he had to go into exile. He returned later and was General of the forces which invaded Scotland in support of the rebellion on 17 April 1685. He was captured at Inchinnan and on 30 June 1685, was executed like his father on the maiden in Edinburgh .
In 1650 he had married Lady Mary Stewart, daughter of the 4th Earl of Moray, with whom he had seven children: Archibald (who succeeded him as 10th Earl of Argyll), Charles, James, John, Mary, Anne and Jean. He married again, in 1670, the widow Anne, Countess Lindsay of Balcarres.
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