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Douglas Coat of Arms - Erlend Tait Window from the chapel in Douglas castle
Douglas Coat of Arms Window from the Douglas Castle chapel
Robert, Earl of Douglas  
Robert, 9th Earl of Morton - or Lochleven? Window, Great Hall, Stirling Castle: Crest of John Douglas, 2nd Earl of Morton 
Coat of arms used by first three earls
Stirling Castle The arms of the Earl of Douglas in the King's Old Building, Stirling Castle
Walmoor Hall Walmoor Hall    
Walmoor Hall windows  Window, Great Hall, Stirling Castle: Crest of Archibald Douglas, Earl of Angus
Dunlop Church window Castle Douglas, Texas, USA
Dunlop Church
(Possibly arms of Thomas Dunlop Douglas
and/or Douglas of Cruixton)
Castle Douglas, Texas, USA
Ardkinglass House window
Window above the door at
The Alphen Boutique Hotel in Cape Town.
 Ardkinglas House
William Duke of Hamilton  Dundee City Chambers 
William, Duke of Hamilton  King Robert the Bruce granting a Charter to the Burgesses of Dundee in 1327, in the presence of the Bishops of St. Andrews, Glasgow, Moray and Ross, the Abbot of Arbroath, the Earl of Ross, Sir James Douglas and two other Knights. 
Window in Dunlop Church George Sholto Douglas, 17th Earl of Morton
Dunlop Church, Ayrshire George Sholto Douglas, 17th Earl of Morton in St John's Church in Edinburgh, Scotland 
Douglas of Douglas window  Montreal church window
Lucy Elizabeth Douglas of Douglas, Countess of Home
St Brides Church
In the church of St Maurice, also known as the Douglas Chapel, in Montreal La Cluse, France
  Archibald (The Grim) 3rd Earl of Douglas
by RDW Glass  Archibald (The Grim) 3rd Earl of Douglas
This window was originally in Douglas Castle
Dunfermline Abbey
Dunfermline Abbey
Lady Montagu window Lucy Countess of Home
Glasgow Cathedral
Archibald James Edward Douglas, 1st Baron Douglas
Glasgow Cathedral
Jane Margaret, Lady Montagu
Glasgow Cathedral
Lucy Elizabeth Montagu Douglas of Douglas,
Countess of Home (1805-1877)
Glasgow Cathedral
Probably a descendant of James,
2nd Marquis of Douglas
Detail from a window in
 St Michael's, Linlithgow 
Sir Alec Douglas-Home
21st century
Location not identified
Location not identified
Window commemorating Patrick Douglas Boswell in Old Cumnock Old Parish Church
Lerwick stained glass armorial Kangaroo Point
Sholto Charles Douglas, Lord Aberdour,
15th Earl of Morton, Grandmaster Mason of Scotland from 1755 - 1757
Henry, Lord Darnley
in Falkland Palace
Note:  He was 'King Consort', not 'king'.
Memorial window for Robert Douglas of Kangaroo Point, Australia
There are several more windows in Glasgow Cathedral


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