Biographies - Alphabetical Listing


The names listed below are those for whom there is a biography.  Many hundreds (thousands?) of other names, with dates of birth, etc, are recorded in these pages.  They may be found by using the search facility.

Bainbridge Douglas, b1841
Barbara Elrington Douglas Arbuthnott, 1922-1904
Barrington Sholto Douglas Campbell, 5th Baron Blythswood, 1877–1937
Barry Douglas, b1960
Barry Douglas, b1989
Basil William Douglas, Lord Daer, 1763–1794
Belinda Douglas-Scott-Montagu, Baroness Montagu of Beaulieu, b1932
Ben Douglas, living 2011
Ben Elbert Douglas, 1894–1981
Benjamin Douglas, 1785-1848
Benjamin Douglas, 1816-1894
Benjamin Douglas, 1830-1904
Betto Douglas - the case of
Betto Douglas, bc1772
Beverley Browne Douglas, 1822-1878
Bill Douglas - Film Director
Bishop Brice Douglas
Blair Douglas, Living 2015
Bob Douglas, 1920-1979
Bob Douglas, living 1912
Bobby Douglas - wrestling coach
Boyd Douglas, Living 1998
Brian Douglas, - 1995
Brian Douglas, humanitarian
Bruce Douglas, 1980 - , Rugby
Bruce Douglas, Living 2004
Bruce Douglas, living 2011
Bruce Leslie Home Douglas-Mann, 1927 – 2000
Bryan Douglas, 1951-2006
Bryan Douglas, b1934
Burchett Douglass, 1793 - 1849
Byrd Douglas (1845 - 1911)
Captain Bloomfield Douglas, 1831-
General Barrington Douglas, 1845-1918
Hon Benjamin Douglas, 1785-1848
Judge Byrd Douglas (1894 - 1965)
Lady Blanche Linnie Douglas (1897- )
Lt Bob Douglas, Living 2000
Lt Bryce Douglas, 1898-1917
Major Boleyn Douglas, c1790
Mayor Bruce Douglas, Living 2005
Robert (Bob) Oliver Douglas, 1932-2012
Robert Gilchrist Douglas, b1947
St Bride - Douglas patron saint

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