Douglas Articles


'In', 'of' or 'at' a place
A history of Tartan
Abies Douglasii at Lynedoch
Albert James Smith, 1822–1883
Archibald & Eleanor Douglas-Pennant
Argyll's Rebellion, 1685
Autopsy on Sir George Douglas, d1636
Baron Douglas - Steamer
Baron Douglas ships
Betto Douglas - the case of
Black Douglas - Bushranger
Black Douglas motor yacht
Black Douglas painting
Black Douglas, bushranger, d1892
Black Line Dispossession of Indigenous Tribes
Border Tower Houses
Breaks in the chain
Buccleugh library donation
Burning the Bodies of Dead Bandits at Columbus, N. M.
Burns and slavery
Camp Morton
Carved Armorial of Douglas, Earl of Angus
Case against George Douglas, 1849
Catherine, Countess of Strathearn
Cavers Churches
Cigarette cards
Clemintina Johannes Sobieska Douglas, 1746-1771
Cloverdale Douglas (stallion)
Columbus - was he a Douglas?
Composition of a coat of arms
Coraville Douglas (bull)
Darnley/Lennox Jewel
Did a Douglas actually claimed the crown?
Douglas & Dolphinton Railway
Douglas - The Death Ship
Douglas and the Act of Union
Douglas and the sugar industry
Douglas Arms, Bethseda
Douglas Castle - ship
Douglas Chair, Queens University
Douglas Coalfield, Lanarkshire
Douglas families in the Falklands
Douglas family in Palestine
Douglas Ghosts
Douglas immigrants
Douglas Land Company
Douglas lighter
Douglas models
Douglas Navigation Protractor
Douglas Pennant, ship
Douglas postcards
Douglas Sea Scale
Douglas Support
Douglas swords
Douglas tartans
Douglas titles
Douglas tribes of British Columbia
Douglas Undertakers
Douglas' toad
Douglas, iron ship - 1869
Douglas, steamer - 1881
Douglas-Appleyard Arcless Sextant
Douglas-Hamilton plate
Douglases and the  Slave Trade
Douglases lose control of the king
Douglaston Yacht Squadron
Duke of Monmouth
Dukes of Brandon
Dunbar versus Douglas - a story of conflict
Earl of Forfar (Ship)
Edinburgh treaty - 1328
Edwin T Douglas - ship
Enrico Dich Scot Douglas
Execution of David Douglass, 1842
Extreme genealogy
First Fleet to Australia
Flintlock fowling piece
Florence M. Douglas - schooner
Freskin the Fleming
Fun (peculiar) emails
George Douglas, merchantman
Glenbervie Chair
Grand Masters of the Grand Lodge of Scotland
Gypsies and Tinkers, Travellers and Itinerants
Henry & Francis of Newcastle
HMS Douglas
James Archibald Douglas x3
James Henry Douglas - a slave trade story
Janet Douglas, living 1677
Jenny Douglas, dancer
John Douglas of South Africa
King Douglas, tanker
Kinmont Willie
Kirkpatrick in Seville
Kirriemuir - coat of arms
Knights Banneret
Knights Templar
Lady Jane Douglas - who was she?
Lady Mary Douglas's Reel
Latter Day Saints
Lazy Susan
Livestock, breeders and related articles
Lord Douglas (bull)
Lord Morton's Mare
Lyonston Douglas (bull)
Martyrs's Moss
Massacre on board the Douglas, Schooner
Most important and powerful Douglases in History
Mrs Henry Downs
Murder of David Rizzio, 1566
Murder of James Douglas
MV Cape Douglas
Oliver - Douglas vassals
Origins of the Douglas family in Italy
Origins of the Douglas family in Italy
Origins of the name 'Douglas'
Otterburn Douglas banner
Paterson - Douglas vassals
Pharoah's Daughter - Queen of Scots
Plantation of Ulster
Prisoners from the Battles of Dunbar (1650) and Worcester (1651)
PS Douglas
PS Douglas, 1864
Rachel Douglas
Research myths
Robbie Burns and the Douglas connection
Robert Douglas bottle
Robert the Bruce
Rogues and vagabonds
Royal connections with the Douglas family
Salt cellar - Douglas of Kilhead
Sand tee gun
Sarah E. Douglas, schooner
Ship wrecks
Sir James Douglas slays the Peacock of the North
Sir James Douglas, buoy layer
Sir James Douglas, ship
Slave ships
Slave trade letters
SS Douglas
Stirling Tournament of 1449
Sugar & Slavery
Swedsh steamer, Douglas
The 'Unity'
The Alexander
The Battle of Dalrigh and the Lost Sword of Robert the Bruce
The battle of the Bismark and sinking of HMS Hood, May 1941
The Black Douglas - vessel
The brick makers of Allangrange
The Capitulation of Irvine
The Comlongon Tragedy
The Curse of the Queensberrys
The Douglas Cannon
The Douglas Cause
The Douglas Children, or 'Juvenile Retirement'
The Douglas Heart
The Douglas Squirrel
The Douglas surname
The Douglas Tragedy
The Douglas-Pennant Art Collection
The Earl of Morton Succession
The Empire Douglas (ship)
The French, Jacobites and the Douglas family
The ghost of Henry Douglas
The John Douglas, ship
The King arrives at Holyrood
The Maiden beheading machine
The Maria Douglas
The Marksberry family
The Percy Douglas
The Rough Wooing
The Salamander in a Ring of Fire
The schooner, Black Douglas
The Scottish Marches
The Slaying of John Douglas at Little Moccasin Gap, 1776
The Victoria Cross (VC)
The Wreck of the Crown
The wreck of the George H. Douglas
The wreck of the Sea Horse, 1816.
The wreck of the Svecia
Thomas Douglas of Chile
Treaty of Greenwich
Treaty of Westminster (1462)
USS Otis W. Douglas
Visit Scotland!
War of 1812
White slave trade
Who was The Black Douglas?
William Douglas, murderer, bc1982
Wreck of the Douglas
Wreck of the Jane Douglas, 1901



See also:

•  Our Histories section
•  Chicago Tribune article of 1911 on the Douglas family in Germany

•  The Castles of the Black Douglases, by Callum Watson

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