The Douglas family in Italy

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A portal to the Douglas families in Italy

 

People Places
•  Douglas Scotti origins
•  Douglas Scotti of Sarmato
•  Douglas Scotti of Vigoleno
•  Archbishop Ranuccio Scotti Douglas
•  Enrico Dich Scot Douglas
•  Marius Douglas
•  Field Marshall Luigi Scotti Douglas
•  Professor Luca Scotto di Tella de’ Douglas di Castel di Ripa
•  Sir James Douglas, died 1795, was the British Consul General in Naples
•  Sir William Douglas Hamilton, British Ambassador to the Kingdom of Naples from 1764 to 1800
•  Members of the Douglas Scotti family

•  Scotto in Sicily
  •  Agazzano
•  Fombio
•  Piacenza

•  Scotti properties in the Piacenza area (External site)
     
Downloads Miscellaneous
•  Restoration of Piacentini Palaces: Palazzo Douglas Scotti, Scala of St. George (Pdf; in Italian)
•  Footprints of the Douglas Scotti; A Scottish Warrior Journeys to Piacenza in Northern Italy in 794 - The Douglas castles (Pdf; in English)  
•  History of the House and race of Douglas; David Hume Extract; re: Scotti origins (Pdf)
  •  Armorials of the Douglas family in Italy
•  The Scotti feudal lords of Varsi from 1303 to 1758
•  The Douglas Scotti families of Fombio and Sarmato tree
•  A selection of Douglas Scotti family trees
•  Scotti Douglas; Conte de Vigoleno [pdf]
•  Trees of Descendants of Sholto Duglas 767 and four others



 

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•  Local research

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