Clan Douglas Association of Australia Newsletters

 

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See also page one for editions 1 to 40 and page two for editions 41 - 80

With the demise of the Clan Douglas Association of Australia, it is important to ensure that the accumulated knowledge is not lost.

It is intended to collect and catalogue/index the newsletters here as a reference source for Douglas researchers.

There are more than 100 newsletters, and it may not be possible to gather them all, but as the collection grows, it may be necessary to change the format of this page.

Links to the newsletters can be found here>>>

  CDAA Newsletter No101
Douglas Castle stones
Earls of Angus (Continued)
Septs - Glendinning
Margaret, Countess of Lennox
Battle of Solway Moss
CDAA Newsletter No81
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CDAA Newsletter No102
Douglas Clan Gathering, Scotland 2014
Earls of Angus (continued)
Brisbane Boys College Pipe Band in Edinburgh
CDAA Newsletter No82
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CDAA Newsletter No83
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CDAA Newsletter Nox
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CDAA Newsletter No84
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CDAA Newsletter No105
John Wallace Douglas, WW2 PoW
Luckenbooth brooch
Douglas of Mordington, Bridgeford & Barras
Lady Jane Douglas
Drumlanrig Castle
Kirkin’ o’ the Tartan
CDAA Newsletter No85
Sept: Brownlea
Drumlanrig (continued) - Arkland, Schippenbeil
Battle of Flodden
Earls of Angus - 6th Earl
2009 Clan Gathering in Edinburgh
Robert the Bruce's tree
 
CDAA Newsletter No86
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CDAA Newsletter No87
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CDAA Newslettter No88
Drumlanrig (continued) - Cashogle (Cochogle),
9th Earl of Angus
The Douglas Cause
 
CDAA Newsletter No89
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CDAA Newsletter No111
Burial of Lt Scott Douglas and Corporal Potter
CDAA Newsletter No90
Drumlanrig (continued) - Cashogle
Douglas of Cavers
11th - 17th Earls of Angus
Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)
Drumlanrig & the winged heart crest
Drumlanrig's Tower, Hawick
Sept - Young
David Douglass, botanist & explorer

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CDAA Newsletter No100
Septs - Kirkland
Earls of Angus (Continued)
Battle of Pinkie Cleuch
'Red Douglas day'
 


 

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