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Abbeys and churches connected with the Douglas family



All Hallows Church03/21/2018
Coldingham Priory05/24/2021
Cummertrees Parish Church03/21/2018
Dunfermline Abbey07/06/2021
Durisdeer Church08/22/2015
Glenbervie Church03/21/2018
Inchinnan Parish Church03/21/2018
Jedburgh Abbey03/21/2018
Lincluden Collegiate Church11/09/2019
Lindores Abbey03/21/2018
Melrose Abbey11/25/2020
San Giovanni in Canale03/21/2018
St Bride's Church, Douglas07/29/2018
St Bride's Collegiate Church11/23/2018
St Conan's Kirk12/17/2020
St Giles High Kirk, Edinburgh10/13/2019
St Mary's Isle Priory03/21/2018
St Mary’s Church, Dalkeith07/29/2018
St Nicholas Church, Dalkeith03/21/2018
St. Mary the Virgin Parish Churchyard07/02/2019
St. Monans Church05/12/2018
Vreta Abbey, Sweden06/30/2020
Église Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Paris03/21/2018


Melrose Abbey
St. Nicholas Church, Dalkeith Tombs of 1st Earl of Morton and his wife Princess Joanna

St Bride's Church, Douglas

Houses the tomb of the Good Sir James and many other douglases.

Dulce Cor (Sweetheart) Abbey near Dumfries

Under the patronage of Archibald the Grim

Orléans Cathedral Sainte-Crois

There is a plaque in memory of two William Douglases in the nave, Sir William Douglas of Drumlanrig and William Douglas of Kinross

Saint Gatien's Cathedral, Tours

Archibald, the fourth earl, is buried here in the choir, following the Battle of Verneuil, along with his son, James

St Germain des Prés, Paris

There are two tombs to William Douglas, Earl of Angus, and his grandson, Sir James Douglas who commanded the Scottish regiment in the French Army during the 17th century that became known later in the British army as the Royal Scots regiment.

Old St. Paul's, Edinburgh

contains a memorial window to the parents of, John Douglas, namely Henry Alexander Douglas and Elizabeth Dalzell, Henry's two sisters, Catherine and Christian and Henry and Elizabeth's son, Henry, the Anglican Bishop of Bombay. The memorial was erected by John's brother, Edward and his wife Hannah Charlotte Scott-Douglas.

Quetta Cathedral, Thursday Island, Australia

memorial window including an image of John Douglas who also donated an elaborate pulpit in memory of his first wife at the Anglican Holy Trinity Church in Brisbane Australia.

Holy Trinity Church is situated in Portland St., Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England
Lieut. Charles DOUGLAS, R.H.A. June 7, 1827
Harriet DOUGLAS Sept. 21, 1857
Isabella DOUGLAS June 18, 1847
Major Robert Sholto DOUGLAS, R.A. Oct. 2, 1831
Bedrule Church Douglas plaques; Bedrule was at one time a Douglas Barony

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  • Biographies of Douglases who were priests or ministers of religion
  • Cemeteries
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