Kinglassie and Carr.
William DOUGLAS OF KlNGLASSIE is given in
Stodarfs MS. and in Debrett's Baronetage, 1840, as second son of WILLIAM
DOUGLAS OF KlRKNESS was retoured to his father 1666.
married a daughter of Andrew Aytoun of Kinglassie, and had two sons : —
Andrew and Charles.
Andrew Ayton Douglas of Kinglassie had a
Charles Ayton Douglas of Kinglassie, who was retoured to his
father 1728, and whose Will is recorded St. Andrews 1745. His son : —
William Ayton Douglas of Kinglassie, was retoured to his father 1744.
Charles Douglas, called of Kinglassie, is said to be a son of William
DOUGLAS OF KlNGLASSIE in Stodarfs MS. and Debrett's Baronetage, 1840, and
is there said to be father of: —
SIR Charles DOUGLAS, Bt., a
distinguished naval officer, died 10th March 1789. He was created a
Baronet 23rd January 1777. He married, first, a Dutch lady, who died 1769;
and, second, Sarah, daughter of John Wood.
Charles Douglas of Kinglassie, eldest son of William Douglas of
Kinglassie, Fife (a 1747), himself the son of
Sir William Douglas 3rd of Kirkness
(d Dunbar 1650) married Christian Hepburn of Kinglassie (d 1788). Their
eldest son was William Douglas of Kinglassie (dspm); their third son was
Rear Admiral Sir Charles Douglas of Carr (Perthshire), 1st Bart (1761-
17th March 1789)
William Douglas, of Kinglassie took name of Ayton-Douglas on his
marriage to Helen Ayton of Kinglassie. He obtained lands of Kinglassie by
his marriage. He was the son of William Douglas, 4th of Kirkness, (b.
1644) and his wife Elizabeth Kirkcaldy, (b. 24 Dec 1644). Their son
Charles Ayton-Douglas (born about 1744) married Chritine Hepburn.
DOUGLAS, CHARLES AYTON (dec): of Kinglassie; Inventory of lands, 20 Feb
1744; Bond of Prov for yr children: Robert, Charles, John, James, Sholto,
Helen, and Jean Douglas, 21 Mar 1744 [RH11/27/38 fol 211-13; 219-20]
DOUGLAS, WILLIAM AYTON:
eldest son and heir of dec Charles Ayton Douglas of Kinglassie; Factorie
to mother, Christian Hepburn, Lady Kinglassie; 21 Feb 1744 [RH11/27/38 fol
(See also entry for
William Currie (1722–70),
ordained 1750, son of John Currie (d. 1765), whom he succeeded as Minister
of Kinglassie, Fife. He married Jean Douglas (d. 1768) on 9 May 1755.
31 Aug 1785.
Death: At Sas Van Ghent, in the service of the United
Netherlands, Lt - Col. Robert Douglas, second son of the late
Charles Ayton Douglas of Kinglassie, Esq; The Scots Magazine
Douglas, son to Sir John of Kilhead, or Robert Douglas, brother
to Finglassie, or John Douglas, son to Lieutenant Douglas.
Making reference to those in the Scots Brigade in the (last days
of) service of the United Netherlands c.1748.
Dr Douglas, of
kingassie, was at the Royal Visitation to st Andrews, August
Douglas of Kinglassie - subscriber to Robert Douglas's Peerage
Archibald Douglas, ancestor of the Douglases
of Kirkness, Kinglassie, and Strathendry, son of Sir William
Douglas of Lochleven, died 24th September 1606.
Marriages of the Parish of Edinburgh:
Douglas, of Kinglassie 24 Oct.
„ Sir Robert, of Kirkness 10 July 1728
„ Robert, of
Bridgefield 7 Feb. 1743
Rachael, lawful daughter
of the deceased Charles Aytone Douglas of Kinglassie, 24 Oct 1769 made
testament in St Andrews
Sir Robert Douglas of Kirkness, 7 Feb 1743 made
testament in St Andrews
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