Caroline Margaret Douglas, Marchioness of Queensberry

Standard Name: Queensberry, Caroline Margaret Douglas,,, Marchioness of


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Cultural formation George Douglas
After her mother 's conversion Lady Gertrude Douglas (later GD ) lost no time in becoming a Catholic herself. She was received into the Church as soon as she arrived in France.
Roberts, Brian. The Mad Bad Line. Hamish Hamilton, 1981.
Family and Intimate relationships Florence Dixie
The widowed mother of Lady Florence Douglas (later FD ) converted to Roman Catholicism and fled to Paris (and to the protection of the French Emperor ) with her younger children, lest their guardians should...
Family and Intimate relationships Florence Dixie
FD 's mother, Caroline Margaret (Clayton) , was the daughter of General Sir William Robert Clayton (a baronet). The year after Florence's birth her mother became Marchioness of Queensberry
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Family and Intimate relationships George Douglas
GD 's mother was born Caroline Clayton. She was known for her wit and independence as well as her beauty when her father (a baronet, general, and member of parliament) refused to allow her to...
Residence George Douglas
After her mother converted to Catholicism, GD joined her at Nantes in France (where Lady Queensberry had fled in order to keep her younger children with her). Her elder daughter lived there with her for...


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