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George Douglas

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William-I hardly know what to say. I am just not adept with a computer. I finally figured out how to slide the page over so I could view the add symbol. Please ignore my reference to the Miles Files.…Continue

George Douglas of Accomack County, Virginia

Started this discussion. Last reply by William Douglas Dec 13, 2017. 1 Reply

Thank you William. I have found my computer to be stubborn. For the past couple of years I have become dependent upon secondary sources as travel for any distance is difficult. I make use of a book…Continue

Lt Col Edward Douglas

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To my friends- I am having open heart surgery Mar 22 Hope to return to my blogs at a later date. My Best, Henry HuntContinue

Lt Col Edward Douglas

Started Mar 3, 2016 0 Replies

My comments are for William Douglas and James David Douglas and those of you who have shown interest in my blogs. On 22 March I shall have open heart surgery because my primary artery is clogged and,…Continue

 

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"Good to hear from you, Henry. Probably most of the pills we have to take are not all good!  But I don't like the sound of yours."
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"Hi William- I learned yesterday that one of the many pills I take is a 'black box' pill and I was told yesterday to cease taking it. It has had bad side effects. I still have a way to go with my Douglas line and hope to return in a month…"
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Children of Thomas Bell and Mary Senior

Robert Bell was the eldest son of Thomas and Mary Bell. This line I shall pursue as I descend down it through three lines. The youngest child of Thomas Bell and Mary Senior was Ann 'Nancy' Senior Bell (Please note that Nancy was given the middle name of Senior.) Nancy married Thomas Jarvis, son of William Jarvis, Sr. and Ann Goffigon, daughter of James Goffigon This couple was married 28 Sept 1789 in Northampton Co. As this is a line that descends from Capt William Willett I mention it but do…See More
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Robert Bell, son of Thomas Bell and Mary Senior

Robert Bell, son of Thomas Bell and Mary Senior, was born circa 1747 in Northampton Co., Virginia. Robert Bell married Mary Jarvis, daughter of William Jarvis, 17 June 1772, William Jarvis provided security. See Marriages Northampton Co, 1660/1-1854, Compiled by Jean Mihalyka page 7. Administration of the estate of Robert Bell was 8 Sept 1789. Orders #32, 1789-1795, page 1. Admtrs; Mary Bell, William Jarvis, Thomas Jarvis. Apprs; John Stratton, Jr., Francis Costin, William Trower, Peter…See More
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Henry Barraud Hunt, Jr. left a comment for William Douglas
"William when I am writing a blog-I am having a severe problem and I need your help. For the past week when I write a blog I am unable to post it. What happens is a notice pops up in capital letters RECAPTCHA with a statement 'I am not a…"
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Mary Senior, daughter of John Senior, Jr. and Martha Willett

Mary Senior, sister of Isabella Senior, was born 1729, in Northampton Co., and died 1789 in Northampton Co. About 1646 Mary Senior married Thomas Bell, son of Thomas Bell and Mary Watson. Thomas Bell wrote his will 21 June 1772 and it was proved 11 Aug 1772, page 50, Northampton Co. wife, Mary, estate during her widowhood and to rent my lower plantation to my son, Robert and after his mother's widowhood to Robert forever. To son, Thomas, my plantation in Savages Neck. To son, William, My…See More
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Henry Barraud Hunt, Jr. left a comment for William Douglas
"HI William- Thanks for your comments on the Seniors, but sorry to say, all I get is that you have left me comments. This also happened when you made comments on Gertrude Harmanson. There is, absolutely, nothing for me to read. You give me some hope…"
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William Douglas commented on Henry Barraud Hunt, Jr.'s blog post Isabella Senior (continued)
"Details of Isabella Dunton, nee Senior are here>>>"
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Thomas Nottingham, son of Jacob Nottingham, will 1747

Posted on February 28, 2018 at 20:45 0 Comments

Thomas Nottingham wrote his will 10 July 1797 Wills, etc., #30, 1795-1798, page 302, Northampton County, to loving wife Scarburgh, to grandson, William Nottingham, to granddaughter, Sally Nottingham. to my three grandsons, Samuel, John, and William Williams, son of John Williams and Edith Williams. to son, Jacob Nottingham, to son, William, to Ann Wilson

Residual Legatees Margaret Willis, John Brickhouse My son, William Notttingham and Robert (Robin) Brickhouse.

Thomas…

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Robert Bell, son of Thomas Bell

Posted on February 28, 2018 at 20:00 0 Comments

I gave this line several years ago. Robert Bell was son of Thomas Bell and Mary Senior. He died, intestate in 1795 in Northampton County. Robert and Mary Jarvis (daughter of William Jarvis,Sr. and Ann Goffigon) Ann Goffigon was the daughter of James Goffigon and Leah Willett. Robert Bell and Robert Bell and May Jarvis had five children. One of the five was Betsey Bell who married Severn Evans Nottingham. Severn Evans Nottingham was the father of Elizabeth Ann Nottingham who married Captain…

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Children of Thomas Bell and Mary Senior

Posted on February 12, 2018 at 16:33 0 Comments

Robert Bell was the eldest son of Thomas and Mary Bell. This line I shall pursue as I descend down it through three lines. The youngest child of Thomas Bell and Mary Senior was Ann 'Nancy' Senior Bell (Please note that Nancy was given the middle name of Senior.) Nancy married Thomas Jarvis, son of William Jarvis, Sr. and Ann Goffigon, daughter of James Goffigon This couple was married 28 Sept 1789 in Northampton Co. As this is a line that descends from Capt William Willett I mention it but…

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Robert Bell, son of Thomas Bell and Mary Senior

Posted on February 7, 2018 at 18:34 0 Comments

Robert Bell, son of Thomas Bell and Mary Senior, was born circa 1747 in Northampton Co., Virginia. Robert Bell married Mary Jarvis, daughter of William Jarvis, 17 June 1772, William Jarvis provided security. See Marriages Northampton Co, 1660/1-1854, Compiled by Jean Mihalyka page 7. Administration of the estate of Robert Bell was 8 Sept 1789. Orders #32, 1789-1795, page 1. Admtrs; Mary Bell, William Jarvis, Thomas Jarvis. Apprs; John Stratton, Jr., Francis Costin, William Trower, Peter…

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At 10:22 on May 4, 2018, William Douglas said…

Good to hear from you, Henry.

Probably most of the pills we have to take are not all good!  But I don't like the sound of yours.

At 21:30 on February 9, 2017, James David Douglas said…
Henry

I am following your post with great interest. There are early researchers of my line that have tried to connect Col Edward Douglas 1713-1795 to Lt Col Douglas line through his son Edward. I had thought this impossible because I thought Edward Jr had dird without issue. Your recent blog comments seem to suggest otherwise. I had changed my focus from Lt Col Douglas to a James Douglas, of Kincardineshire as a possible father candidate for Col Edward Douglas. Perhaps there is something to the idea that he wss descended from Lt Col Douglas. You have renewed my interest. Thank you. My email address is davidd1103@gmail.com. I will continue to follow your blog with great interest.
At 10:02 on April 20, 2012, William Douglas said…

Henry, I am responding to your message about your difficulties adding information about Edward to the website.

Try this:

Click on 'Forum' on the top menu

In the Dicussion Forum,  Click on '+Add' at the top of the page

Then enter the details in the box provided.

Thank you for your perseverance.

Yours aye,

William

At 22:36 on July 8, 2010, William Douglas said…
Welcome, Henry. Hopefully someone will know Colonel Edward.
 
 
 

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