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Hon. George Douglas (1662-1738), 4th son of James Douglas, 10th Earl of Morton, was a Burgess of Edinburgh, Lanark, Linlithgow and Selkirk in 1708.

 

Canongate Burgesses
Lord Charles Douglas, son to his Grace James, Duke of Queensberry, gratis. 4 May 1706
Lord George Douglas, son to his Grace James, Duke of Queensberry, gratis. 4 May 1706
Hector Douglas, one of the dragoons in Lord Hay's Company in the Earl of Teviot's Regt. 14 Feb 1702

 

 

 

 

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