Margaret Douglas

(1714—1774) noblewoman

'Margaret Douglas' can also refer to...

Margaret Douglas (c. 1368—1451) landowner

countess of Lennox Margaret Douglas (1515—1544)

Margaret Mary Douglas (1921–2007)

Douglas, Margaret, duchess of Douglas (1714-1774), noblewoman

Margaret Mary Douglas1 1921–2007

Douglas, Lady Margaret, countess of Lennox (1515-1578), noblewoman

Douglas, Margaret Elizabeth (1934-2008), television producer and executive

Douglas [née Tew], Dame (Margaret) Mary (1921-2007), social anthropologist

Margaret Douglas, countess of Lennox (b. 8 Oct. 1515)

Finnis, Valerie Margaret Steriker [married name Valerie Margaret Steriker Montagu Douglas Scott, Lady Montagu Douglas Scott] (1924-2006), gardener and photographer

DOUGLAS, Margaret Elizabeth (1934 - 2008), Supervisor of Parliamentary Broadcasting, 1993–99

Douglas, Margaret, countess of Douglas, and duchess of Touraine in the French nobility (b. before 1373?, d. 1450/1451), landowner

Cole, Cole, G(eorge) D(ouglas) H(oward) (1889–1959) and Margaret (Isabel) (1893–1980)

DOUGLAS, (Margaret) Mary (1921 - 2007), Avalon Foundation Professor in the Humanities, Northwestern University, 1981–85, then Professor Emeritus

DOUGLAS, Susan Margaret (born 1957), media consultant, since 2009; Co-founder, Phoenix Newspaper Publishing Ltd, 2012; New Business Director, The Tab, since 2015

DOUGLAS-SCOTT, Sionaidh (born 1959), Professor of European and Human Rights Law, University of Oxford, since 2008; Fellow, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford

GRAY, Douglas (born 1930), J. R. R. Tolkien Professor of English Literature and Language, University of Oxford, 1980–97, now Emeritus; Professorial Fellow of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, 1980–97, now Hon. Fellow

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