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Douglas, Sir Charles Whittingham Horsleylocked

(1850–1914)
  • Edward M. Spiers

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Douglas, Sir Charles Whittingham Horsley (1850–1914), army officer, was born on 17 July 1850 at the Cape of Good Hope, the second son of William Douglas of Lansdown House, near Bath, and his second wife, Caroline, daughter of Captain Joseph Hare. Educated privately, he was commissioned (by purchase) into the ...

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