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  Name Category Year Entry
  Andrew DOUGLAS Accident 1915 Andrew Douglas was accidentally shot whilst on duty in the Berwick district. He was shot dead in a gun accident at Marshall Meadows. (Greenock Telegraph p.21.4.1915)
  Edward DOUGLAS Accident: Shipyard 1895 Edward, son of John Douglas, riveter, 20 King Street, Port Glasgow, killed at Port Glasgow Graving Dock on 30th October 1895 age 11. (Greenock Telegraph 31.10.1895)
  James DOUGLAS Accident: Shipyard 1908 James Douglas, apprentice carpenter, Brachelston Street, Greenock, killed at Clyde Shipbuilding, Port Glasgow, on 18th
December 1908 age 20 (Greenock Telegraph 19.12.1908)
  John DOUGLAS Accident 1882 John Douglas, labourer, 4 Sir Michael Street, died in Greenock Infirmary on 21st August 1882, after an accident at James Watt Dock on 19th August 1882. (Greenock Telegraph 21.08.1882)
  John DOUGLAS Accident 1908 John Douglas, Firth View, Victoria Road, Gourock, 2nd mate SS Sheppy Allison, killed when he fell into the hold at New York on 30th May 1908. (Greenock Telegraph 02.06.1908) (Gourock
         

 


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