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"I am having some difficulty following your notes.  Presumably it was Rev. William Tu…"

William Douglas replied Apr 4, 2018 to Douglas/Tulloch

2 Apr 5, 2018
Reply by Judy Line

"I have been rooting around looking for evidence and have (so far) found none. Howeve…"

William Douglas replied Mar 20, 2018 to Douglases fighting for the Axis Powers and Russia

1 Mar 20, 2018
Reply by William Douglas

"Thank you, Dave."

William Douglas replied Mar 7, 2018 to Douglas family Inverness1

28 Jun 11, 2019
Reply by Fiona

"Welcome to our group, Levi. I note that Robert, your father, was a gem miner in Oran…"

William Douglas replied Jan 15, 2018 to Looking for information on a Robert Douglas White(Douglas) born in Hull United Kingdom 23/1/49

3 Jan 15, 2018
Reply by Levi Ravenswood

"Is this him?Vestryman, frequent candidate and Burgess George Douglas had access to h…"

William Douglas replied Dec 13, 2017 to George Douglas of Accomack County, Virginia

3 May 4
Reply by Henry Barraud Hunt, Jr.

"see also:…"

William Douglas replied Nov 13, 2017 to Edward Douglas B 1824 Birmingham England

6 Nov 13, 2017
Reply by William Douglas

"The first step is to identify the earliest Douglas in your ancestry.  But as you pro…"

William Douglas replied Sep 29, 2017 to WHERE TO SEARCH...

1 Sep 29, 2017
Reply by William Douglas

" for details of Douglas DNA "

William Douglas replied Sep 6, 2017 to Caledonia Douglas's Nova Scotia

3 Dec 16, 2017
Reply by Nigel Douglas

"Here is another lead:…"

William Douglas replied Jul 27, 2017 to We still use Douglas as a middle name.

5 Oct 11, 2018
Reply by Jessica Allen

"You are probably aware of this publication, from which the sceenshot was taken: http…"

William Douglas replied Jul 26, 2017 to We still use Douglas as a middle name.

5 Oct 11, 2018
Reply by Jessica Allen


Making conections

The more information you can give about the people you mention, the more chance there is of someone else connecting with your family.

Dates and places of births, deaths and marriages all help to place families.

Professions also help.

'My great-grandmother mother was a Douglas from Montrose' does not give many clues to follow up! But a bit of flesh on the bones makes further research possible. But if we are told who she married, what his profession was and where the children were baptised, then we can get to work.

Maybe it is time to update the information in your profile?

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