The descendant of a Jacobite and mother of a Bishop of Bombay.
- Glenae, Dumfries
- Robert Dazell of Glenae, advocate, 1755-1808. She was his
second daughter. Her great-grandfather was Robert Dalzell, sixth
Earl of Carnwath, who in October 1715 was involved in a Jacobite attempt to
seize the Marquess of Annandale. He was committed to the Tower and pleaded
guilty, sentenced to death, and his honours and estate forfeited- but he was
pardoned. His estates were bought back in 1735. He had four wives, of whom
Grizel Urquhart of Newhall was Elizabeth's great-grandmother.
- Anne Armstrong of Kirtleton, m.1783, d.1797 (3)
- Chapel connection
- 1813 (baptism)
- Married on
- Henry Alexander Douglas
- William Henry (1813), Robert Johnstone-Douglas (1814) m.
daughter of the Marquess of Queensberry, Henry Alexander (1821) who became
Bishop of Bombay (4), Edward Octavius of Kilchassie (1830).
- Registers of Charlotte Chapel (NAS CH12/3)
- Edinburgh Post Office Directory 1818
- The Faculty of Advocates in Scotland 1532-1943, with genealogical notes, ed Sir Francis J Grant (Edinburgh: Faculty of Advocates, 1944)
- William Wells Gardener, Sermons delivered by the Right Rev. Henry Alexander Douglas, Bishop of Bombay (London, 1875).
- Peter Beauclerk Dewar, Burke's Landed Gentry of Great Britain: The Kingdom in Scotland 19th edition (Burke's Peerage and Gentry, London 2001) p.301
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