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The Douglas Reference Library

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This page contains a list of books that are available on-line:

  • John Douglas of Middleborough, Massachusetts, by J. Lufkin Douglas
  • The heraldry of the Douglases : with notes on all the males of the family, descriptions of the arms, plates and pedigrees, Johnston, G. Harvey (George Harvey), 1860-1921
  • A history of the house of Douglas from the earliest times down to the legislative union of England and Scotland, Vol. 1, by Maxwell, Herbert Eustace, Sir, bart., 1845-1937
  • A history of the house of Douglas from the earliest times down to the legislative union of England and Scotland, Vol. 2, by Maxwell, Herbert Eustace, Sir, bart., 1845-1937
  • The history of the house and race of Douglas and Angus, by Hume, David, of Godscroft
  • A collection of family records, with biographical sketches, and other memoranda of various families and individuals bearing the name Douglas, or allied to families of that name, by Douglas, Charles Henry James, 1856-1931
  • The Douglas Book, Vol. 1, by Fraser, William, Sir, 1816-1898
  • The Douglas Book, Vol. 2, by Fraser, William, Sir, 1816-1898
  • The Douglas Book, Vol. 3, by Fraser, William, Sir, 1816-1898
  • The Douglas Book, Vol. 4, by Fraser, William, Sir, 1816-1898
  • The Great Historic Families of Scotland: The Douglases - electricscotland.com
  • The Scots peerage, Vol. 1 there are also links to the other volumes on this page.
  • The John Douglas family of Mississippi
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