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Diana Douglass Bond
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"Diana, I hop you're still monitoring these messages. I am the 5th great granddaughter of Domini Douglas and I see that you are looking for a Kendall Douglas. He would have been a grandson of Domini and may have been a half brother or…"
Aug 9

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Gerald E. - George G. - Joseph E. - Kendall P. Douglass
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Kendall P. Douglass born 1797

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Looking for Kendall Douglass

Posted on September 9, 2012 at 0:30 0 Comments

Hello,Douglass'
I'm looking for Kendall P. Douglass, born in 1797 in Vermont. In 1840 and 1850 he was in Chautauqua County, New York. His wife is Charity Preston, and his son is Joseph E. Douglass, born in 1841 in Sherman, Chautauqua County, New York. Joseph died in 1906 with a flag at his grave designating him as a Civil War officer. Any tidbit of information would be more than welcome!

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At 17:53 on August 9, 2018, Sharlan Douglas said…

Diana, I hop you're still monitoring these messages. I am the 5th great granddaughter of Domini Douglas and I see that you are looking for a Kendall Douglas. He would have been a grandson of Domini and may have been a half brother or half-cousin to my 3rd great grandfather, Luther Douglas, who, in 1830, lived in Stockton, Chautaugua, NY, about 23 miles from Sherman.

Sharlan Douglas, Royal oak, MI. sharlandouglas@gmail.com 248-548-5459

While Kendall is a DNA match with Domini and Domini's son Cyrus, 

 
 
 

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