James Douglas

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James Douglas, 1st Lord Dalkeith
... James Douglas, 1st Lord Dalkeith (born ca ... born in Dalkeith, Midlothian, Scotland to Sir James Douglas and Agnes Dunbar ... They had four children before she died William, James, Henry, and Margaret ...
1920 PGA Championship - Bracket 2
... Round 1 August 17 Round 2 August 18 Quarter-finals August 19 James Douglas Edgar 1 up Pat O'Hara James Douglas Edgar 9 ... Joe Sylvester Joe Sylvester 3 ... Tom Boyd ...
The Lady Of The Lake (poem) - Narrative - Canto II: The Island
... Since the poem will only work if James Douglas and James Fitz-James do not encounter each other until the sixth canto, this canto has a number of comings and ... James Fitz-James departs the island first thing in the morning ... Bane discuss Roderick Dhu, Malcolm Graeme, and James Fitz-James, agreeing that the first is bloodthirsty and homicidal, but the only person who would defend James Douglas, and that James Fitz-James is ...
Lewis Williams Douglas - Early Life and Education
... Douglas was the son of James Douglas, Jr ... by the Phelps Dodge Company, and his wife Josephine "Josalee" Williams Douglas ... at the insistence of his grandfather, James Douglas to attend school ...
James Douglas (businessman)
... James S ... Douglas (4 November 1837 - 30 June 1918) was a Canadian mining engineer and businessman who introduced a number of metallurgical innovations in copper mining ... Douglas's Scottish-born father, Dr ...

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