Archibald Douglas of Glenbervie

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Sir Archibald Douglas of Glenbervie (1513 – 18 September 1570) was a Scottish nobleman.


Douglas was the only son of Sir William Douglas of Glenbervie and Elizabeth Auchinleck.[1] Douglas was born at Glenbervie at some point before his father's death at the Battle of Flodden.


He married first, Agnes Keith, daughter of William Keith, 3rd Earl Marischal, who died between 1542 and 1548. He married secondly, Elizabeth Irvine, daughter of Sir Alexander Irvine of Drum.[1][2]

With his first wife they had William Douglas, 9th Earl of Angus, and with his second wife he had further two sons and six daughters.[2]


  1. ^ a b Burke & Burke 1848, pedigree CLXXXV.
  2. ^ a b Douglas 1798, p. 19.


  • Burke, John; Burke, John Bernard (1848), The royal families of England, Scotland, and Wales: with their descendants, sovereigns and subjects, 1, London: E. Churton, pedigree CLXXXV
  • Douglas, Sir Robert; et al. (1798), The Baronage of Scotland, Edinburgh, p. 19

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