Clan Douglas Association of Australia Newsletters

With the demise of the Clan Douglas Association of Australia is is important to retain the accumulated knowledge
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 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.

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CDAA Newsletter No69
Drumlanrig (continued) - Dornoch, Mouswald, Penzearie & Baitford families
Herladry (Continued from No63)

 
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
 
CDAA Newsletter No105
John Wallace Douglas, WW2 PoW
Luckenbooth brooch
Douglas of Mordington, Bridgeford & Barras
Lady Jane Douglas
Drumlanrig Castle
Kirkin’ o’ the Tartan
 

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