|Sir Douglas Brownrigg|
|Born||21 April 1886|
|Died||7 February 1946 (aged 59)|
|Years of service||1905–1940|
|Commands held||159th (Welsh Border) Infantry Brigade
51st (Highland) Division
|Battles/wars||World War I
World War II
|Awards||Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath
Distinguished Service Order
After the War he became Deputy Assistant Adjutant General at the War Office and then became a General Staff Officer at the Royal Military College Sandhurst. He returned to the War Office as a General Service Officer in 1923 and became Assistant Adjutant and Quartermaster General for the Shanghai Defence Force in China in 1927. He was placed in charge of Administration for the North China Command in 1928. He was appointed Commander of 159th (Welsh Border) Infantry Brigade in 1933 and General Officer Commanding 51st (Highland) Division in 1935.
In 1919 he married Mona Jeffreys. Sir Douglas Brownrigg and Lady Brownrigg were keen dog breeders who imported two of the first Shih Tzus into the United Kingdom from China. His memoires; Unexpected (a book of memories), were published in 1942.
Sir George Giffard