Walter Montagu

(1605—1677) courtier and abbot of St Martin

'Walter Montagu' can also refer to...

Walter Francis Montagu Douglas Scott (1806—1884) magnate and politician

John Walter Edward Douglas Scott Montagu (1866—1929) promoter of motoring

Scott, Richard Walter John Montagu Douglas (born 1954)

SCOTT, William Walter Montagu-Douglas- (1896 - 1958)

Scott, Walter John Francis Montagu Douglas (born 1984)

SCOTT, Walter Montagu (1867 - 1920), JP Glos 1906; MA Cantab

Ralph, st Duke of Montagu (died 1709) and Charles Montagu, th Earl and st Duke of Manchester (died 1722) and Walter Francis Montagu-Douglas-Scott, th Duke of Buccleuch (1806 - 1884)

Montagu, John Walter Edward Douglas-Scott-, second Baron Montagu of Beaulieu (1866-1929), promoter of motoring

Montagu, Walter (1604/1605-1677), courtier and abbot of St Martin

Scott, Walter Francis Montagu-Douglas-, fifth duke of Buccleuch and seventh duke of Queensberry (1806-1884), magnate and politician

Montagu-Douglas-Scott, William Henry Walter (1831 - 1914), PC; JP, DL, Captain-General Royal Company of Archers; Lord-Lieutenant of Dumfriesshire from 1858; MFH (Buccleuch)

Douglas-Scott-Montagu, John Walter Edward (1866 - 1929), DL; Verderer the New Forest; Brig.-Gen.; commanded 7th Batt. Hants Regt (Terr.); Adviser on Mechanical Transport Services to Government of India, 1915–19

Scott, Walter Francis John Montagu Douglas (1923 - 2007), Hon. Captain RNR; President of the Council, the Queen’s Body Guard for Scotland, Royal Company of Archers, 1996–2001; Lord-Lieutenant of Roxburgh, 1974–98, of Ettrick and Lauderdale, 1975–98; Chancellor, Order of the Thistle, since 1992

Montagu-Douglas-Scott, Walter John (1894 - 1973), PC 1937, Lord Clerk Register of Scotland and Keeper of the Signet since 1956; HM Lieutenant of County of Roxburgh since 1932; Chancellor, Order of the Thistle, since 1966; DL Dumfriesshire; DL Selkirkshire; JP Roxburghshire and Dumfriesshire; Captain-General Royal Company of Archers; President: St Andrew’s Ambulance Association; Scottish Landowners’ Federation; Animal Diseases Research Association; Royal Scottish Agricultural Benevolent Institution; Commonwealth Forestry Association; Scottish Woodland Owners’ Association

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