Robert Mc Douall

Robert Mc Douall

Major-General Robert McDouall (March, 1774 – 15 November 1848) was a Scottish-born officer in the British Army, who saw much action during the Napoleonic Wars and the Anglo-American War of 1812. He is best known for serving as the commandant of Fort Mackinac from 1814 until the end of the War of 1812.

Read more about Robert Mc Douall:  Early Life and Career, Service in Canada, Mackinac Island, Later Career