Gertrude Elizabeth Blood

Lady Colin Campbell (3 May 1857 in Dublin – 1 November 1911 in London), born Gertrude Elizabeth Blood, was an Irish-born journalist, author, playwright, and editor. She was married to Lord Colin Campbell, a brother-in-law of Princess Louise, Queen Victoria's fourth daughter.

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