Douglas of Adderston
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1770 Captain John Douglas of Adderston listed as a Landowner.
Birth 25 Sep 1787: to the lady of Archibald Douglas of Adderston, a daughter, at his seat at Mitchells, Roxburghshire.
1811, Archibald Douglas of Adderston listed as a freeholder in Roxburghshire.
Haining and the other estates of Robert Pringle descended to his only sister, Margaret Violet Pringle, children of Mark Pringle (d1812). This lady married Archibald Douglas, Esq. of Adderston, whose family are cadets of the house of Cavers; issue, one daughter. In compliance with her brother’s settlement, she and her husband assumed the name and designation of Pringle of Haining in addition to that of Douglas. The life-rent of which is subsequently enjoyed by her daughter Mrs Pattison.
Archd. Douglas, esq (of Adderston), Midshields, Wilton, Magistrate in Hawick, 1828
Death 5th Jan 1819: At Edinburgh, in the 28th year of her age, Mrs Catherine Rachel Dove, wife of James Dove, Esq. and daughter of Archibald Douglas, Esq. of Adderstone, Roxburghshire.
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