The information displayed here is at the time of death.
Douglas was the Son of David and Mary Ann Scott. In 1891 his family lived at 32 Norwood Grove, Headingley with Burley, in 1901 they lived at 8 Lyndhurst Gardens in Glasgow, and in 1911 they lived at 9 Victoria Terrace, Durham. In 1911 he is listed on the census as a dental pupil, although he is not listed as a student at the College of Medicine until 1913.
In 1914 he applied for a commission in the army. He was killed in action in April 1918.
32 Norwood Grove, Headingley with Burley (1891 census).
8 Lyndhurst Gardens in Glasgow (1901 census).
9 Victoria Terrace, Durham (1911 census).
Douglas is commemorated at the Ploegsteert Memorial
Commonwealth War Graves Commission. The War Graves Photographic Project. North East War Memorials Project. Newcastle University Archives (Medical Gazette Volume XV, p. 12. National Probate Calendar. UK Census Records (available at ancestry.co.uk)
Ben Howson, Danielle Hodgson.
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