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William Douglas, 4th Laird of Drumlanrig

 

 

 

William Douglas, 4th of Drumlanrig, was killed at the Battle of Kirtle, between Lochmaben and Carlisle, fighting under the royal banner in the engagement with the Duke of Albany and his cousin, the 9th Earl of Douglas, when those noblemen invaded Scotland.

 

 

 

 

  • Death: 22 JUL 1484 in Battle of Kirtle

    Father: Sir William Douglas, 3rd Baron of Drumlanrig
    Mother: Margaret Carlyle, dau of Sir William Carlyle

    Marriage 1 Elizabeth, dau of Sir Robert Crichton of Sanquhar.  She married secondly James Campbell of West Loudon and 3rdly Sir William Colville of Ochiltree.

 

 

 

See also: The Lairds of Drumlanrig



 

 

 

 

 

 

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