'Douglas' can also refer to...

Aaron Douglas (1899—1979)

Alec Douglas-Home, Lord Home (1903—1995) prime minister

Alexander Douglas Hamilton (1767—1852) aristocrat

(Alexander) Douglas Mitchell Carruthers (1882—1962) explorer and naturalist

Amanda Douglas (1831—1916)

Amyas Douglas Connell (1901—1980) architect

Andrew Douglas (1655—1725) naval officer

Andrew Douglas (1736—1806) physician and man-midwife

Anne Douglas Sedgwick (1873—1935)

Anthony Douglas Woozley (b. 1912)

Archibald Douglas (c. 1609—1655) nobleman

Archibald Douglas (1653—1712) nobleman

Archibald Douglas (c. 1372—1424) magnate and soldier

Archibald Douglas

Archibald Douglas (c. 1391—1439) magnate and soldier

Archibald Douglas (c. 1449—1513) magnate and rebel

Archibald Douglas (c. 1597—1667) army officer

Archibald Douglas (c. 1489—1557) magnate and lord chancellor of Scotland

Archibald Douglas (c. 1555—1588) magnate

Archibald Douglas (1692—1715) army officer

Archibald Douglas (1684—1761) landowner

Archibald Douglas (c. 1540—1607) conspirator and Church of Scotland minister

(Archibald) Douglas McAlpine (1890—1981) neurologist

Archibald James Edward Douglas (1748—1827) litigant and politician

Aretas Akers Douglas (1876—1947) diplomatist

Aretas Akers Douglas (1851—1926) politician

Arthur Douglas Wagner (1824—1902) Church of England clergyman

Arthur Ralph Douglas Elliot (1846—1923) politician and journalist

Barry Douglas (b. 1960)

Best Of Sir Douglas Quintet (Sir Douglas Quintet album)


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Suburban village on the N28, 5 m. SE of Cork. This was the birthplace of Esmé Stuart Lennox Robinson (1886–1958), playwright, director of the Abbey Theatre, and co‐editor of The Oxford Book of Irish Verse (1958).


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