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Claperton, Clapperton, Clappertoun

 

Sir George Douglas of Clappertoun may be the author of the poem 'Wa worth marriage'.

Sir George Douglas of Clappertoun, subdein in ye Quenis Grace chapel royall in Striviling, and parson of Kinner and Kirhowan. 1562

 

 

Thomas Douglas of Clapperton, 1573, son of Robert Douglas of Pumpherston, min. of Strathbrock, now Uphall, 1570 ; adm. here (?Dalkeith) 1573 ; pres. to the Deanery of Restalrig by James VI. 10th Nov., with consent of the prebendaries and chapter ; in 1575 he had also charge of Lasswade and Glencorse ; died in June 1575. He marr. Marion Hamilton, who survived him, and had issue James, his heir.

 

Amongst those implicated in the murder of David Riccio/Rizzio, secretary to Mary, Queen of Scots in 1566 was  Mr. Thomas Douglas of Clappertoun, probably later pardoned.

 

James Douglas of Clappertoun (Linlithgow) was an Undertaker in 1609

 

 

 

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Thomas Douglas, Dean of Restalrig

 

 

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