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Douglas, the Black

(d. 1330)


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DOUGLAS, William Charles (1862 - 1938), late Lt-Col commanding 2/5th Black Watch (Royal Highlanders); Lt-Col and Hon. Col Commanding 3rd Batt. the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles); commanded an Infantry Brigade, 1915–16, with rank of Colonel; Hon. Col in the Army, 12 April 1917; Hon. Brig.-Gen in the Army, 10 Aug. 1917; County Commandant, Angus; DL; JP; a Commissioner of Supply for Angus

 

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(d. 1330)

In 1319, in the days of Robert Bruce and Edward II, invaded England and plundered the northern towns and villages. He three times destroyed an English garrison in ...

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