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Douglas, William. Left 1803-4. In the Army.

Douglas, Hon. James, son of Archibald, 1st Baron Douglas, the hero of the "Douglas Case." Left 1804-5, Ch. Ch. Oxf., B.A. 1810; M.A. 1816; Rector of Marsh Gibbon, Bucks., 1819-48; of Broughton, Morthants., 1825-48 ; succ. as 4th Baron, 1848. DIED April 6th, 1857, when the title became extinct.

Douglas. Left 1803-4. Eastwick (H.B.). Left 1803-4.

Douglas. Left 1808-9.

Douglas, Charles Eurwicke, son of the Right Hon. C. P. Yorke, M.P. Left 1821-2. St. John's Coll. Camb., B.A. 1828 ; M.A. 1831 ; Private Sec. to Lord Goderich, Sec. of State for the Colonies, 1830-34 ; King-at-Arms of Order of St. Michael and St. George, 1832-59 ; Knighted 1832; M.P. Warwick, 1837-52; Banbury, 1859-65; Parliamentary Commr. for Greenwich Hospital, 1845-6 ; K.C.M.G. DIED Feb. 21st, 1887.

Douglas, Thomas Willan, son of J. K. Douglas, Esq., Twyford Abbey, Middlesex. Left 1823-4. In 12th Lancers ; of Twyford Abbey ; assumed the additional name of Willan. DIED 1886.

Douglas, John, son of J. K. Douglas, Esq., Twyford Abbey, Middlesex. Left 1827. Capt. Bengal Army ; of Twyford Abbey ; assumed the additional name of Willan. DIED 1888.

Douglas, Archibald, son of C. Douglas, Esq., of Mains, Dumbartonshire. Left 1825-6. Of Mains and of Blythswood, Renfrewshire ; J.P. and D.L. Renfrew ; assumed the name of Campbell, 1838 ; father of the 1st Baron Blythswood. DIED July llth, 1868.

Douglas, Arthur Percy (Mr. E. H. Vaughan's), son of Sir R. P. Douglas, 4th Bart., of Carr. Left 1858 1 . Entered R.N. 1859; retired as Lieut. 1871 ; succ. as 5th Bart. 1891 ; late Under Sec. of Defence, New Zealand. Sir A. P. Douglas, Bart., 6, Qlendower Place, South Kensington.

Douglas, Henry Mitchell Sholto (The Park), son of Capt. H. S. Douglas, Lordington Manor, Emsworth, Hants. Left 1863 2 . Joined 52nd (Oxfordshire) Regt. 1865 ; retired as Lieut.-Col. 1889 ; late of Moorlands, Bitterne, Hants.

Douglas, Robert (Mr. Oxenham's), son of the Rev. H. Douglas, Newborough Rectory, Market Deeping. Left 1865 3 . Exeter Coll. Oxf., B.A. 1872 ; M.A. 1877 ; Vicar of Chapelthorpe, Yorks., 1875-98. Rev. R. Douglas, Val-Paraiso, Wymondham, Oakham.

Douglas, Francis Archibald Brown (Mr. RendalVs), son of F. B. Douglas, Esq., 21, Moray Place, Edinburgh. Left 1872 2 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1876 ; M.A. 1880 ; Advocate, 1819. F. A. Brown Douglas, Esq., as above.

Douglas, John Stewart Keith (H.B.), son of J. M. Douglas, Esq., Roxborough Park, Harrow. Left 1872 3 . Resided at Chester. DIED Aug. 24th, 1902,.

Douglas, Francis Sandford Keith ( H. B. and the Head Master's), son of J. M. Douglas, Esq., Roxborough Park, Harrow. Left 1873 2 . Non-Coil. Oxf., B.A. 1883 ; Chaplain at San Paulo, Brazil, where he DIED April 9th, 1892.

Douglas, George Brisbane (The Park), son of Sir G. H. S. Douglas, 4th Bart., of Springwood Park. Left 1873 3 . Trin. Coll. Camb., B.A. 1877 ; M.A. 1881 ; succ. as 5th Bart. 1885 ; J.P. and D.L. Roxburgh ; author of " Poems of a Country Gentleman," " A History of the Border Counties," " Diversions of a Country Gentleman," etc. ; has written lives of James Hogg and Major-Gen. Wauchope ; editor of " The Panmure Papers." Sir George Douglas, Bart., Springwood Park, Kelso, N.B.

Lane, Charles Middleton Robert Douglas- ( The Park), son of Capt. R. H. D.-Lane, Tudor Dene, Upper Norwood, S.E. Left 1880 3 . Pembroke Coll. Oxf. C. M. R. Douglas- Lane, Esq., Westleigh House, Bideford.

Jones, Crawford Douglas (H.B.), son of Col. D. F. Jones, Cromer Lodge, Copse Hill, Wimbledon. Left 1890 3 . Secretary to the Resident Commissioner of Southern Rhodesia since 1898 ; assumed the name of Douglas-Jones, 1900. C. D. Douglas- Jones, Esq., Salisbury, Rhodesia, S. Africa.

Jones, Percy Douglas (H.B.), son of Col. D. F. Jones, Cromer Lodge, Copse Hill, Wimbledon. Left 1890 3 . In business in China ; assumed the name of Douglas- Jones, 1900. P. Douglas- Jones, Esq., c/o Messrs. Geddes & Co., Hankow, China.

Douglas of Hawick, Francis Archibald Kelhead, Lord (Mr. Davidson's), son of Percy, 9th Marquis of Queensberry.


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