Douglas in Burma, India and Sri Lanka (Ceylon)

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Index of first names

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•  Sir Thomas MonteathSir Thomas Monteath Douglas, (1788–1868), an army officer in the East India Company
•  Lt General Charles Douglas (21 March 1814 - 28 July, 1885) was allocated to the Bengal Artillery.
•  Commodore George Douglas, A.V.S.M., D.F.C. was born in Doom Dooma, Assam
•  DOUGLAS, John Alexander - Died  June 1842 - At Calcutta, of fever, in June, 1842, John Alexander, eldest son of the late William Douglas, writer, Stranraer. (Most probably son of William Douglas and Sophia Black
•  Beckwith memorial

•  Montagu William Douglas (1863-1967), a British soldier and colonial administrator
•  Flying Officer Robert Douglas, GC (1906-1959), RAF
•  Bishop Henry Alexander Douglas
(1821–1875)
•  Rev Percy Sholto Douglas, 1937 Minister and Canon, All Saints Cathedral, Allahabad
•  Major General James Archibald Douglas CMG CIE
•  Catfield Douglas, artist
•  Herbert Archibald Douglas.   Was he the mysterious Professor J. Archibald Douglas?
•  Robert Ewing Douglas, GC;   also awarded the Empire Gallantry Medal 
•  Goray Douglas, (1920 - 1976), was a Darjeeling artist
•  Major Stephen Douglas, Baggage Master to the Army of the Punjab
•  James Douglas, Sheriff of Bombay 1893-1902
•  Col. William Douglas, KCB, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
•  The Very Revd Hugh O. Douglas KVCO, CBE, DD, LLD  was the son of Revd Robert Baillie Douglas (1870–1943) and his wife, Mary Isabella Osborne (1870–1955) who served as missionaries in India. 
•  George Douglas, 12th of Timpendean (1819-1865)
•  1777 October 8; Peter Douglas Resigd (HEIC) 16 October 1793

•  DUNIRA, H.C. ship. Logbook kept by John Douglas, 5th Mate, for first voyage to Bengal and Whampoa.


Further names can be found in the genealogy section by searching for 'Douglas' in  'places'.



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