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Covenanters Section
Contents
 
  • The Killing Times
  • Battle of Bothwell Brig
  • The Wreck of The Crown
  • Henry & Francis
  • Jamie Douglas - poem
  • Incident at Martyrs Moss
  • Col James Douglas
  • Battle of Airds Moss
  • Battle of Bothwell Brig
  • Battle of Drumclog
  • List of Covenanters
  • Rev. Thomas Douglas
  • Capt. Thomas Douglas
  • Col Richard Douglas's Regt
  • Sir James Douglas of Mouswald’s Regiment of Foot
  • Colonel Robert Douglas’ Regiment of Foot
  • Colonel William Douglas of Kilhead’s Regiment of Horse
  • The storm of Dundee
  • Sir William Douglas’ Regiment of Foot
  • Sir William Douglas’ Troop of Horse
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    Extract from The Original Scots Colonists of Early America: Supplement, 1607-1707:

    DOUGLAS, WILLIAM, Bridge of Ken, a Covenanter imprisoned in Dumfries Tolbooth, Burntisland Tolbooth 20.5.1685, Dunottar Castle, and Leith Tolbooth, banished to the American Plantations 18.8.1685, transported from Leith to East New ... (East New Jersey in "Henry and Francis".)

     

    This may be the same William Douglas, banished 17th August, said to have reached Perth Amboy.

     

    Charles Douglas, of Dumfries, was transported on the same ship.

     

    See also: The Covenanters


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  • 'The Original Scots Colonists of Early America'

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