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date: 17 November 2019

Dundas, Sir Davidlocked

(1735?–1820)
  • J. A. Houlding

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Dundas, Sir David (1735?–1820), army officer and military writer, was born in Edinburgh, the third of the four sons of Robert Dundas, a prosperous Edinburgh merchant, and his wife, Margaret (b. 1707), daughter of Robert Watson of Muirhouse. Through his mother's family he was a half-cousin of ...

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