27/04/2022 · William Douglas, 1st earl of Douglas, also called Earl Of Mar, (born c. 1327—died May 1384, Douglas, Lanarkshire, Scot.), Scottish lord of the Douglases, prominent in the dynastic and English wars of the 14th century.
27/04/2022 · William Douglas, 1st Earl of Douglas Born 1327 Scotland Died May 1384 Douglas, South Lanarkshire Buried 1384 Melrose Abbey  Father Sir Archibald Douglas Mother Beatrice Lindsay Spouse (s) Margaret, Countess of Mar Issue: James Douglas, 2nd Earl of Douglas, George Douglas, 1st Earl of Angus (illegitimate)
- circa 1323
- Douglas, Lanarkshire, Scotland
28/04/2022 · Sir William Douglas joined the struggle led by Sir William Wallace but subsequently desserted him, and submitted at Irvine on 12 July 1297. He was imprisoned first at Berwick, and then afterwards in the Tower of London. He was committed to the Tower on 12 October 1297 and died there in 1298. The Scots Peerage etc. Volume III, pp. 138-42 Genealogy
- circa 1255
- James Fred Patin, Jr.
02/05/2022 · 1st Earl of Douglas William Douglas b. 1270 Lanarkshire, Scotland d. May 1384 Douglas, Lanarkshire, Scotland: MontyHistNotes Home Search Login Find Media Info 1st Earl of Douglas William Douglas 1270 - 1384 (114 years) Individual Ancestors Descendants Relationship Timeline Family Suggest
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01/05/2022 · William Douglas, 1st Earl of Douglas b. Abt 1327 Douglas, Lanarkshire, Scotland d. May 1384 Douglas, Lanarkshire, Scotland: Genealogie MORIN Roots
22/04/2022 · William O. Douglas (1898–1980), the longest-serving justice in the history of the Supreme Court, sat on the Court from 1939 to 1975. He was one of the Court’s most controversial members as well as one of its most passionate defenders of individual freedoms and First Amendment rights.