Sir James Stewart Douglas, 6th Bt.

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Sir James Stewart Douglas, 6th Bt. was born on 25 March 1859. He was the son of General Sir Robert Percy Douglas, 4th Bt. and Louisa Lang. He married Ada Constance Fisher, daughter of Lt.-Gen. E. H. Fisher, on 5 December 1891.

He served as a Major in the Royal Artillery.

He succeeded his half-brother as the 6th Baronet Douglas, of Carr, co. Perth [G.B., 1777] in 1913.

He died on 5 November 1940 at age 81.

ARMS—1 and 4. Argent, a man's heart gules ensigned by an Imperial crown proper, on a chief, azure, three mullets of the first. 2 and 3. Argent, three piles issuing from the chief gules, the exteriors charged with a mullet of the first.
CREST : A wild boar proper stickmg between two clefts of an oak tree, a chain and lock holding them together. SUPPORTERS : Two savages wreathed about their heads and waists with oak leaves, each holding in his exterior hand a baton, the thick end resting on the ground proper. On the breast of each supporter a cross patty, argent.
MOTTO : “ Lock sicker.”


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•  Douglas of Carr

 

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