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  1. Margaret Douglas, Countess of Lennox (8 October 1515 – 7 March 1578), was the daughter of the Scottish queen dowager Margaret Tudor and her second husband Archibald Douglas, 6th Earl of Angus. In her youth she was high in the favour of her uncle, Henry VIII of England, but later incurred his anger for her unauthorised engagement to Lord Thomas Howard , who died in the Tower of London in 1537.

  2. Margaret Douglas Countess of Lennox; British miniatures in the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam; 16th-century portrait paintings in the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam; 1575 portrait paintings of women; 16th-century oval portrait miniatures of women at half length; 16th-century portrait paintings of women by title; 16th-century portrait paintings with ruffs (female)

  3. She was born on 10 October 1846 at Dalkeith Palace, the second daughter of Walter Montagu Douglas Scott, 5th Duke of Buccleuch, an eminent peer and politician, and his wife, Lady Charlotte Anne Thynne, daughter of the 2nd Marquess of Bath and Hon. Isabella Byng. The details of her life before marriage are relatively unknown.

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    Lady Alexandra Margaret Elizabeth Douglas-Home was an English musician, writer, and arts promoter. She founded the Burnham Market Festival and served as its director for almost two decades.

    Born into the aristocratic Spencer family in London in 1906, she was the sixth and youngest child of Charles Spencer, 6th Earl Spencer, and Hon. Margaret Baring, daughter of the first Lord Revelstoke, a banker. Her godmother was Queen Alexandra. Her youth was spent at Althorp and at Spencer House. Lady Margaret was mainly educated at home under a g...

    Lady Margaret worked in the publications department of the National Gallery in 1941 and as a lady-in-waiting to Princess Alexandra in the 1950s. In the post-war years, she ran the Home and Van Thal publishing firm, together with Herbert van Thal and Gwylim Fielden Hughes, until was taken over by Arthur Barker about 1952. Lady Margaret also bought a...

    In 1931, Lady Margaret married Hon. Henry Montagu Douglas-Home, second son of the Charles Douglas-Home, 13th Earl of Home and a brother of Alec Douglas-Home, who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in 1963–1964. The marriage was dissolved in 1947. They had two sons, Robin and Charles. Their daughter Fiona married first Gregory Martin and...

  4. Margaret Douglas, Countess of Bothwell (died 1640) was a Scottish aristocrat and courtier. She was a daughter of David Douglas, 7th Earl of Angus and Margaret Hamilton, daughter of John Hamilton of Samuelston, sometimes called "Clydesdale John", and a half-brother of Regent Arran. Lady Buccleuch

  5. Margaret Douglas, Countess of Douglas (died c. 1474), known as the Fair Maid of Galloway, was a Scottish noblewoman, and a member of the Black Douglas family towards the end of the family's position as a major power in Scotland. She was the daughter of Archibald Douglas, 5th Earl of Douglas, and Eupheme Graham, daughter of Patrick Graham, Earl of ...