Archibald Godfrey Douglas

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Archibald Godfrey Douglas, born in about 1849, was an officer in the Royal Navy.

He was promoted to Master: Navigating Lieutenant on 5th March 1869, and:
13 May 1870 appointed to the Sphinx.
3 Oct 1878 appointed to the Penelope.

In 1881, 32, Navigating Lieut R Navy, living at Milton Villas in Dovercourt, Essex
In 1891, 42, Staff Commander Royal Navy, living at St Davids Road in Portsea, Hampshire
In 1901, 52, Staff Captain Royal Navy, living at The Terrace Chatham Dockyard in Chatham, Kent

He married Agnes Elliot and their first child, Agnes Marianne Douglas was born about 1876 in Scotland. They had at least six further children, all born in England, including Captain Alexander Sholto Douglas, also an officer in the Royal Navy.







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