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Lords Provost of Edinburgh

 

 

 

 

 

The modern day First Citizen takes a lead in all matters that concern the life of the city. The role of Lord Lieutenant and Lord Provost is therefore associated with many socities, charities and organisations as their Chairman, President, Patron, Trustee, Board Member, etc.


Provost of Edinburgh
(1513-1514) Archibald Douglas, 6th Earl of Angus
(1519-1520) Archibald Douglas of Kilspindie
(1521-1522) Archibald Douglas of Kilspindie
(1525-1527) Archibald Douglas of Kilspindie
(1554-1557) Archibald Douglas of Kilspindie (II)
(1559-1562) Archibald Douglas of Kilspindle
(1562-1565) Archibald Douglas of Kilspindie (II)
(1576-1579) George Douglas of Parkhead

Lord Provost of Edinburgh

(1859-1862) Francis Brown Douglas

Charles LawsonCharles Lawson of Borthwick Hall, who succeeded Francis Brown Douglas

 

 

 

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