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Lord Douglas may refer to any of the following titles:

•  Marquess of Douglas, created 1633 in the Peerage of Scotland, now a subsidiary title of the Duke of Hamilton
•  Earl of Douglas, created 1356/7 in the Peerage of Scotland, forfeit in 1455
•  Lord Douglas, created 1475/6 in the Peerage of Scotland, a subsidiary title held by Archibald Douglas, 5th Earl of Angus
•  Lord Douglas, of Bonkill, Prestoun & Robertoun, created 1703 in the Peerage of Scotland as a subsidiary title of the Duke of Douglas
•  Lord Douglas of Ettrick, created 1675 in the Peerage of Scotland as a subsidiary title of the Earl of Dumbarton
•  Lord Douglas of Hawick and Tibberis, created 1628 in the Peerage of Scotland, now a subsidiary title of the Marquess of Queensberry
•  Lord Douglas of Kinmont, Midlebie and Dornock, created 1684 in the Peerage of Scotland, now a subsidiary title of the Duke of Buccleuch
•  Lord Douglas of Lockerbie, Dalveen and Thornhill, created 1706 in the Peerage of Scotland as a subsidiary for the Earl of Solway, subsequently 2nd Duke of Dover
•  Lord Douglas of Neidpath, Lyne and Munard, created 1697 in the Peerage of Scotland as a subsidiary title for the Earl of March
•  Baron Douglas, of Ambresbury, Co. Wilts, created 1786 in the Peerage of Great Britain, a subsidiary title held by William Douglas, 4th Duke of Queensberry
•  Baron Douglas, of Douglas Co. Lanark, created 1790 in the Peerage of Great Britain
•  Baron Douglas, of Douglas, created 1875 in the Peerage of the United Kingdom for the 11th Earl of Home
•  Baron Douglas of Baads, created 1911 in the Peerage of Great Britain as a subsidiary title for the Viscount Chilston
•  Baron Douglas of Barloch, created 1950 in the Peerage of the United Kingdom
•  Baron Douglas of Kirtleside, created 1948
•  Baron Douglas of Lochleven, created 1791 for George Douglas, 16th Earl of Morton


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