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  1. Sir William Douglas "le Hardi" ("the Bold"), Lord of Douglas (1243 – 24 January 1298) [citation needed] was a Scottish nobleman and soldier . Early life. William Douglas was the son of William Longleg, Lord of Douglas and it is supposed by his possible second wife, Constance Battail of Fawdon. [1] .

  2. May 31, 2022 · Sir William Douglas "le Hardi" (the bold), Lord of Douglas (born after 1243 – c. 1298) was a Scottish nobleman and warlord. Early Life. William Douglas was the son of William Longleg, Lord of Douglas and it is supposed by his possible second wife, Constance of Fawdon.

  3. www.douglashistory.co.uk › history › williamlehardiWilliam 'Le Hardi' Douglas

    Williamle Hardy”, Lord of Douglas, was the son of William Longleg, Lord of Douglas and it is supposed by his possible second wife, Constance Battail of Fawdon. He first is recorded at an Assize at Newcastle-upon-Tyne in 1256, when his father made over a Carucate of land at Warndon, Northumberland to him.

  4. Dec 17, 2023 · Son of Archibald Douglas, 2nd Lord of Douglas and Lady Margaret de Crawford. Husband of Martha de Carrick and Constance Battail. Father of Willelma Douglas; Williamle HardiDouglas, Lord of Douglas and Hugh Douglas. Brother of Sir Andrew Douglas of Hermiston. Half brother of Hugh Barclay.

  5. Lord of Douglas. Sir William the Hardy (or, "the Bold"), Lord of Douglas, was born in 1240 to Sir William "Longleg," Lord of Douglas, and Constance Battail. Sir William's exact place of birth is a matter of debate as while his father (i.e. Sir William "Longleg") maintained vast holdings in the Douglasdale region of Scotland, he was also quite ...

  6. May 15, 2024 · Sir William Douglas "le Hardi" ("the Bold"), Lord of Douglas (1243 – 24 January 1298) was a Scottish nobleman and soldier. Early life. William Douglas was the son of William Longleg, Lord of Douglas and it is supposed by his possible second wife, Constance Battail of Fawdon.

  7. Feb 8, 2022 · It was their alliance with the Bruces which would make the Douglas name famous and bring them both triumph and tragedy. Sir William Douglas, known as the Hardy, married Elizabeth Stewart, daughter of Alexander, 4th High Steward of Scotland, and they had a son James who we will learn more about.

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