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Angus William Sholto Douglas was of the Timpendean line - Angus William Sholto Douglas born Oct 1852 was purported to hold the original grant deed for Timpendean. ― He possesses the original charter of 1479, granting Timpandean to his ancestor (The Heraldry of the Douglases by G Harvey Johnson – Edinburgh and London – December, 1906)

He was the son of Henry Sholto Douglas and nephew of Captain George Douglas, the 12 th of Timpendean.

June 1870 : 197 - Forte 25 Aug 68
June 1879 : 503 - Triumph 13 May 78

RN - Inspector commanding for the district of Ventnor Coast Guard Station - Isle of Wight, Hampshire
Midshipman 18 Jun 1870
Sub Lieutenant 18 Dec 1883
Lieutenant 19/8/1890

 

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