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Douglas memorials

 

 

 

 

memorial to DWS Douglas
Lieut-Commander David William Shafto Douglas, Royal Navy
H.M.S. "Black Prince." Death: 31/05/1916
Location of plaque: St Giles High Kirk, Edinburgh
Memorial: PORTSMOUTH NAVAL MEMORIAL

 

 

Armorial stone of the Duke and Margaret Hamilton 08/11/2021
Conaglen memorial08/11/2021
Cummertrees Parish Church08/11/2021
David Douglas, 1799-1834, Botanist10/11/2021
Douglas Headstones 08/11/2021
Douglas Mausoleum08/11/2021
Douglas Mausoleum gallery08/11/2021
Douglas memorials08/11/2021
Douglas of Grace Hall 08/11/2021
Douglas of Mains Mausoleum08/11/2021
Dr Alex Douglas, 155608/11/2021
Duff House Mausoleum08/11/2021
Durisdeer Church08/11/2021
Filey fishermen08/11/2021
Gavin Douglas - poet & bishop, 1474 - 152209/30/2021
Glenbervie Church08/11/2021
Hamilton Palace Mausoleum08/11/2021
Inchinnan Parish Church09/24/2021
Jesse T. Douglas and family 09/30/2021
Kilmun tomb of Sir John Douglas08/11/2021
Luce memorial stone08/11/2021
Margaret, Countess of Lennox, 1515-157809/30/2021
Mausoleum of General Sir Thomas Monteith Douglas09/24/2021
Memorial in Happy Valley08/11/2021
Memorial to Commander John Douglas08/11/2021
Military memorials08/11/2021
Monteath Douglas mausoleum in Glasgow Necropolis09/24/2021
Monumental Inscriptions in Hythe Churchyard.08/11/2021
Salwarpe graveyard08/11/2021
Skelmorlie Aisle08/11/2021
St Bride's Collegiate Church08/11/2021
St Bridget window08/11/2021
Stephen Douglas Monument Park08/11/2021
The Douglas Column, Corfu08/11/2021
The wreck of the Sea Horse, 1816.08/11/2021
Thomas Clement Douglas, 1904 - 198609/30/2021
William Douglas, 1745-181009/30/2021
Église Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Paris08/11/2021

 

Vreta Abbey, Sweden



There is a memorial to John Douglas in the churchyard at Dartmouth, Devon, England. He was Engineer in Chief with Trinity House. He died in 1898, aged 72.  Inscription not known.

 

There is a memorial to Mary, Duchess of Queensberry, in Durisdeer, Dumfriesshre.

 

There is a memorial to Rear Admiral Peter John Douglas and and his wife, Lydia, in St Andrew's Church, Hamble, Hampshire, England

 

'Sacred to the memory of/Lydia, the beloved wife of Vice Admiral Peter John Douglas/who died at Southsea August 2nd [or 4th] aged 69 years/Also Vice Admiral Peter John Douglas who died December 17th 1858/aged 71'

A memorial  in St Thomas's Church, Pendleton, reads:
Sacred to the memory of William Douglas of the Old Hall in this parish, esquire.
Died 30th Jan 1810 aged 64years.
Also his beloved wife Mary died 30th Sept 1788 aged 42 years.
also their daughters
Maria died 21st Nov 1787 aged 15years.
Aphia died 18th April 1774 aged 1 year.
Sophia died 18th April 1795 aged 19years.

 

Wilhelm Ludwig Karl von Douglas, who died 22 Apr 1908 (aged 59) is interred in the Gondelsheim Mausoleum

 

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