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Robert, Baron van Breugel Douglas

 

 

 

 

 

 

Robert Baron van Breugel Douglas
Robert, Baron van Breugel Douglas
Robert Baron van Breugel Douglas of Rustenhoven was born in 's-Hertogenbosch, July 26, 1791 and died at The Hague, 23 November 1873, the son of Baron Caspar van Breugel (Born Hague, 11 March 1752) and Anna Maria Douglas, (born Bergen op Zoom). His father was town clerk of the city of 's-Hertogenbosch and director of direct taxes in Friesland.

Robert was a lawyer and State Council member at the time of King Wlllem II. He was granted the Knighthood of Friesland, from 1818. He board member of Protestant Agricultural, founded in Montfoort, circa 1851. Was active in the field of literature. during the period 1842-1862: member Council of State

The name and / or title "Douglas" added by Decree of 30 January 1861, No. 67.

He married in Leeuwarden, 8 September 1821 Jkvr. Louise Albertine Glinstra of Sminia, who died January 1837.

He married in Maartensdijk, August 15, 1839 , his second wife, Jkvr. Anna Maria de Rovere van Breugel.
 
Rustenhoven was not a permanent residence for the family.
 
Following the death of Robert Baron van Breugel Douglas in 1873, his son and his grandson Jan Caspar owned Rustenhoven. Jan van Breugel Douglas received the title of the Rovere Breugel by Royal Decree in 1876.

 

See also:

  • Francisco Tudela van Breugel Douglas
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