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Register of testaments

Douglas, Alexander, brewer in Leith 22 July 1752
„ Alexander, shipmaster in Leith 18 Mar. 1776
„ Anna, spouse to Alexander Strachan, schoolmaster in Edinburgh
17 Feb. 1 718
„ Andrew, late register of shipping in the Customhouse of Edinl:)urgh
21 Feb. 1774
,, Andrew, druggist in Edinburgh. See Cheap, Christian.
Douglas, Archibald, third lawful son to the deceased Robert D., younger, merchant in Leith 3 June 1702
„ Mr. Archbald, minister at Saltoun 28 Dec. 1703
„ Archbald, in Sir \Vm. Douglass' Regiment, thereafter in Brigadier Fergusson's Regiment 4 Aug. 1708
„ Mr. Archibald, of Brockhouse, lawful son to the deceased Mr. Robert D., advocate 29 Jan. 1733
„ Archibald, son of the deceased Mr. Charles D., minister at Cavers, and mate on board the "Elizabeth" of Leith 10 Apr. 1765
„ Aytoune. See Hepburn, Christian.
„ Barbara, relict of Mr. Charles Gray, advocate 3 Oct. 1733
„ Barbara, relict of Pierre Coustil, alias Lapearle, tailor, bur- gess of Edinburgh 5 Dec. 1733
„ Beatrix, relict of John Hepburn, late tenant in Garltoun 7 Apr. 1749
„ Cecilia, relict of Robert Dalgliesh, druggist in Pleasance, near Edinburgh 12 May 1798
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Sir Charles, Bart., Rear-Admiral of the Blue 16 Sept. 1789
„ Charles, Captain of the nth Regiment of Foot 27 Dec. 1793
„ Charles, tenant in Crichton 26 July 1797
„ Lieut.-Col. Charles, of a Regiment of Foot. See Rainalds, Elizabeth.
„ Christian, relict of Thomas Mitchell, tanner in Fisheri'ow, par. of Inveresk 18 Jan. 1728
„ Christian, residenter in North Leith, and relict of George Wiseman, tailor in Canongate 15 Jan. 1724
„ Captain David, of Brigadier James Douglas' Regiment 25 Aug. 1732
„ David, vintner at Queensferry 7 Sept. 1786
„ Elizabeth, daughter to the deceased Robert D., merchant in Edinburgh 3 Jan. 17 10
„ Ensign George, late in the service of the S. I. and A. C. as an ensign 6 Oct. 1707
„ George, late chamberlain to the Marquis of Tweeddale 15 Feb. 1710
„ Lord George 16 Sept. 1728
,, Lord George, second lawful son to the deceased James, Duke of Queensberry and Dover, ซS:c. 25 Aug. 1731
„ George, Lieutenant in the Royal Regiment of Artillery at Fort George, in the East Indies 21 Nov. 1761
„ George, Marchmont Herald, lately residing in Castlehill, Edinburgh 29 July 1796
„ Helen, relict of ... . Henderson, portioner in Prestonpans 27 Mar. 1741
„ Mrs. Helen, relict of Captain John Erskine 19 June 1766
„ Henry, writer in Edinburgh 19 Jan. 1703
„ Isabel, widow of Mr. Charles Douglas, minister at Cavers, in Tcviotdale i Mar. 1749
„ Isabella, daughter of William, Earl of March, deceased, and sister of William, late Earl of March, also deceased 24 Aug. 1781
„ Lord James, lawful son to the deceased . . . Marquis of Dowglas 5 Sept. 1702
„ James, of Pumpherstoun 15 Nov. 171 1 „ James, eldest lawful son to the deceased Lieut. -Gen. James D., of Skirling 13 Jan. 1714
„ James, late quartermaster of the Royal Regiment of Dragoons 8 Feb. 1723
„ Mr. James, of Earnslaw, writer to his Majesty's Privy Seal 31 Dec. 1730
„ Mr. James, minister at Stow 5 Jan. 1738 and 30 Dec. 1741 See also Allan, Jean.
„ James, currier in Portsburgh 21 Dec. 1748
„ James, merchant in Dalkeith 4 Mar. 1757
„ James, merchant in London 3 Aug. 1757
„ Dr. James, physician in Carlisle. See Maxwell, Mrs. Mary.
„ Janet, lawful daughter to the deceased William D., of Pumpherston 28 June 1704
Douglas, Janet, residenter in Edinburgh, lawful daughter to the deceased George D., sometime shereff-clerk of Ayr 8 May 17 14
„ Janet. See Hogg, William, merchant in Edinburgh.
,, Lady Jean, sister-german to Archibald, Duke of Douglas 7 Jan. 1756
„ Jean, spouse to John Paton, of Inveresk 4 Aug. 1758
,, Mrs. Jean, relict of Mr. William Carse, collector of Excise 15 Nov. 1763
„ Jean, daughter of the deceased John D., of Muirhousedykes, and the also deceased Marion Russell, his spouse 1 5 Aug. 1769
„ Dame Joanna, spouse of the deceased Sir William Dick, of Prestonfield, Bart. 21 Sept. 1798
„ John, writer in Edinburgh 6 Feb. 1719
„ Mr. John, of Brughton 6 Feb. 1748
„ John, tenant and merchant in Carlowrie 9 Nov. 1751
„ John, surgeon in Edinburgh 12 Oct. 1752
„ John, officer of Excise at Dalkeith 7 Feb. 1758
,, John, of Garvat 17 June 1761
„ John, tenant in Easter Carlowrie, par. of Dalmeny 22 Jan. 1772 See also Linn, Marion.
„ John, of Smeaton, in Yorkshire, sometime agent for the sick and wounded at Gibraltar 28 Feb. 1772
„ Mr. John, of Garvald 20 Apr. 1773
„ John, of Tilliwhilly, advocate 4 Mar. 1778
„ John, of Pinkerton, late architect in Leith 20 June 1778
„ Ensign and Adjutant John, of the 14th Regiment of Foot, youngest son of the deceased Lieutenant-General John D., late Colonel of the Royal 5th Regiment
of Dragoon Guards 6 Aug. 1800
„ Katharine, relict of John Scott, writer in Edinburgh 18 Aug. 1725
„ Katharine, relict of Lieutenant James Douglass, of the 29th Regiment of Foot 24 Sept. 1774
„ Laurence, schoolmaster in Dalkeith. Sec Carfrae, Elizabeth.
„ Lewis, of Garvald 15 Nov. 1788
„ Mrs. Margaret, daughter to the deceased Lieut.-Gen. James D., of Skirling 7 Sept. 171 5 „ Margaret, relict of John Lillie, cordiner in Bristo, par. of St. Cuthbert's 19 Feb. 1739
„ Margaret, eldest daughter to Mr. George D., of Friershaw, advocate, his Majesty's solicitor for tithes 12 Nov. 1742
„ Margaret, Duchess Dowager of 6 Jan. 1775
„ Margaret, daughter of the deceased James D., merchant and provost of Jedburgh, and wife of William Knox, of Mayshiell 29 Mar. 1786
„ Margaret, widow of James Hardie, sometime tenant in Pentland Damhead 4 July 1798
„ Margaret, at Dalkeith. See Sands, Margaret.
„ Mary, relict of James Dunlop, of Garrenkirk 12 Feb. 1723
„ Mary, Marchioness of 5 Aug. 1737
„ Mary, spouse to James Williamson, merchant in Edinburgh 9 Feb. 1748
„ Lady Mary, daughter of William, Earl of March, deceased, andsister of William, late Earl of March, also deceased 24 Aug. 1781 „ Mary, residenter in Edinburgh 29 May 1789
„ Peter, tenant in Broxburn, par. of Uphall 24 July 1734
„ Captain Robert, in Col. John Middleton's Regiment 23 Mar. 1725
„ Robert, merchant in Edinburgh 12 May 1732
„ Robert, comptroller of the Customs at Dunbar 20 Feb. 1733
„ Robert, second lawful son to Robert D., wigmaker in Dundee 20 Sept. 1733
„ Robert, senior, merchant in Leith 12 Nov. 1746
„ Robert and John, lawful sons of the deceased Lieutenant- Colonel Charles D., of Lt.-Gcn. Salton's Regiment of Foot, by the also deceased Elizabeth Ramalies, his spouse 12 Aug. 1747
Douglas, Mr. Robert, son to Sylvester D., of Whiterigs 20 June 1751
„ Robert, of Brockhouse, late soap boiler in Leith 21 June 1751 and 24 Feb. 1752
„ Robert, writer in Edinburgh 5 June 1755
„ Thomas, indweller in Blackness, par. of Cariden 5 May 1731
„ Thomas, residenter in Ochiltree 4 Apr- 1777 See also Scott, Euphan.
„ Thomas, wright in Market Street, Musselburgh 6 Oct. 1785
„ Walter, shoemaker in Calton, Edinburgh . -7 Jan. 1784
„ Lieutenant William, of Cungertoun, Captain-Lieutenant in Sir Thomas Livingston's Regiment of Dragoons 4 Aug. 1708
„ William, son to John Douglas, cooper in Ayr, sometime sailor aboard H.M.S. "Lark" frigate 22 Oct. 1708
„ William, sometime of Mortoun, residenter in Edinburgh 13 Dec. 1709
„ Captain William, son to the deceased Lieutenant-General D., of Skirling 12 Aug. 1712 and 13 Jan. 1714
„ William, tenant in Dalhousie 6 Oct. 1720
„ William, merchant in Dalkeith 2 Dec. 1735
„ William, at Baads, par. of West-Calder 25 July 1741
„ Sir William, of Glenbervie, baronet 5 Oct. 1767
„ William, of Garvallfoot, merchant in Edmburgh 19 Mar. 1772 and 23 Apr. 1791 „ William, hatmaker, residing at the foot of Leith Walk 4 Aug. 1772
„ William, portioner of Hutton, lately residing in Berwick 15 Jan. 1776
„ William, tenant in Southside 19 Mar. 1782
„ William, sometime baker in Edinburgh 12 June 1799
„ Captain William, of the 41st Regiment of Foot, eldest son of the deceased Lieutenant-General John D., late Colonel of the Royal 5th Regiment of Dragoon
Guards 6 Aug. 1800
„ Sir William, of Kellhead. See Erskine, Dame Helen.
„ William, baxter in Edinburgh. Sec Henderson, Isobel. „ William, of Timpandean. See Rutherfurd, Jean


• Hepburn, Christian, widow of Aytoune Douglas 15 Jan. 1788
• Allan, Jean, residenter in Edinburgh, relict of Mr. James Dowglas, minister at Stow 27 May 1741
• Maxwell, Mrs. Mary, third lawful daughter of the deceased Sir Patrick M., of Springkell, Bart., wife of the de- ceased Dr. James Douglas, physician in Carlisle 29 July 1785
• Linn, Marion, sometime spouse of the deceased John Douglas, senior, sometime tenant in Easter Carlowry 5 July 1786
• Carfrae, Elizabeth, wife of Laurence Douglas, schoolmaster in Dalkeith 19 Jan. 1798
• Sands, Margaret, widow of . . , Douglas, sometime residing in Dalkeith 25 July 1791
• Euphan, widow of Thomas Douglas, wright in Marketgate of Fisherrow, near Musselburgh 31 July 1786
• Erskine, Dame Helen, widow of Sir William Douglas, of Kellhead 19 May 1757 and 27 Sept. 1758
• Rutherford, Jean, relict of William Douglas, of Timpandean 8 Feb. 1748

 

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