Colonel William Douglas of Kilhead’s Regiment of Horse

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Colonel William Douglas of Kilhead’s Regiment of Horse was a Scots Covenanter horse regiment in garrison at Carlisle in the First Civil War

In February 1646, Douglas commanded 3 troops of horse levied around Carlisle, the Estates agreed to send another 100 horse
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  • See also:
    •  Colonel William Douglas of Kilhead’s Regiment of Foot

    •  The Douglas of Kelhead family

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    Sources for this article include:
  • Edward M. Furgol’s A Regimental History of the Covenanting Armies 1639-1651 Edinburgh, 1990.

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