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Lady Herbert Montagu Douglas Scott - Early Life, Marriage, & Family
... at the age of 22, she married Lieutenant-Colonel Lord Herbert Andrew Montagu Douglas Scott, son of Sir William Henry Walter Montagu Douglas Scott, 6th Duke of Buccleuch 8th ... The couple had three children Colonel Claud Andrew Montagu Douglas Scott (13 July 1906 - 24 January 1971) Marian Louisa Montagu Douglas Scott (16 June 1908 - 11 December 1996) Patricia ...
Lord Andrew Montagu Douglas Scott
... Lieutenant-Colonel Lord Herbert Andrew Montagu Douglas Scott, DSO, CMG (30 November 1872 – 17 June 1944), was the fifth child born to William Henry Walter ... of HRH Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester, previously Lady Alice Montagu Douglas Scott, and thereby a maternal granduncle to HRH Prince William of Gloucester and HRH Prince ...
John Montagu Douglas Scott, 7th Duke Of Buccleuch - Ancestry
... Ancestors of John Montagu Douglas Scott, 7th Duke of Buccleuch 16 ... Henry Scott, 3rd Duke of Buccleuch 8 ... Charles Montagu-Scott, 4th Duke of Buccleuch 17 ...
Louisa Montagu Douglas Scott, Duchess Of Buccleuch - Early Life, Marriage, & Family
... She married William Henry Walter Montagu Douglas Scott, Earl of Dalkeith on Tuesday 22 November 1859 in London ... Lord Dalkeith was the eldest son of the Walter Montagu Douglas Scott, 5th Duke of Buccleuch and his wife Lady Charlotte Thynne ... They had six sons and two daughters Walter Henry Montagu Douglas Scott, Earl of Dalkeith (17 January 1861 – 18 September 1886) John Charles Montagu ...
Lord Andrew Montagu Douglas Scott - Ancestry
... Ancestors of Lord Andrew Montagu Douglas Scott 16 ... Henry Scott, 3rd Duke of Buccleuch 8 ... Charles Montagu-Scott, 4th Duke of Buccleuch 17 ...

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