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Samuel Douglas(s) b.Scotland 1699 d.New Hampshire 1793 Searching for father

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ian Douglass Oct 6, 2020. 16 Replies

I am Looking for the father of:Samuel Douglas b.1699 Burnhouses Auchingramont Hamilton, Aberdeenshire, Scotlandd.1793 Littleton NHmarried in Scotland Hepzibah Richardson b.1701 d. ?Immigrated 1730…Continue

 

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Ian Douglass replied to Bernadine Douglass's discussion Samuel Douglas(s) b.Scotland 1699 d.New Hampshire 1793 Searching for father
"Hi, Jackie. I'd be happy to join whatever group you'd care to invite me into."
Oct 6, 2020
Jackie Stoddard replied to Bernadine Douglass's discussion Samuel Douglas(s) b.Scotland 1699 d.New Hampshire 1793 Searching for father
"Ian Douglass I'm from both those lines , McDougall McDowall had Drumlanrig before the Douglases, so it may be like the Douglas became Hamilton thingId be really happy if you had a gedmatch no you might like to share , see the Douglas DNA group…"
Oct 4, 2020
Ian Douglass replied to Bernadine Douglass's discussion Samuel Douglas(s) b.Scotland 1699 d.New Hampshire 1793 Searching for father
"Hi, Julie. In the thread above you can see how my cousin and I have been grouped within the MacDougall DNA chart. Below is how we are placed on the Douglas(s) DNA chart. We're the Phineas group in orange: I can also confirm that I am R-M512,…"
Sep 29, 2020
Bernadine Douglass replied to Bernadine Douglass's discussion Samuel Douglas(s) b.Scotland 1699 d.New Hampshire 1793 Searching for father
"OK everyone, I will keep you posted when we get my father's results. They will go into the MacDougall project and we'll be sure they're on the Douglas one as well. Bernadine"
Sep 29, 2020
Julie Hornung replied to Bernadine Douglass's discussion Samuel Douglas(s) b.Scotland 1699 d.New Hampshire 1793 Searching for father
"is it a specific halogroup??  I see 13 that have RT-FT  starting maybe more of our Douglases fit??  https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Douglas?iframe=yresults  here is the Douglas DNA group - William posted your message…"
Sep 29, 2020
William Douglas replied to Bernadine Douglass's discussion Samuel Douglas(s) b.Scotland 1699 d.New Hampshire 1793 Searching for father
"Thank you, Ian. This is really interesting! William"
Sep 28, 2020
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Sep 28, 2020
Bernadine Douglass replied to Bernadine Douglass's discussion Samuel Douglas(s) b.Scotland 1699 d.New Hampshire 1793 Searching for father
"I will follow up on this.  My father has always been interested in my work so I can imagine he would participate. Thanks, Ian"
Sep 27, 2020
Ian Douglass replied to Bernadine Douglass's discussion Samuel Douglas(s) b.Scotland 1699 d.New Hampshire 1793 Searching for father
"Hi, Bernadine. Here is a link to the full results: https://www.familytreedna.com/public/McDougall?iframe=yresults This is only traceable through the Y haplogroup, which is passed from father to son. If you have any Douglass males in your family…"
Sep 27, 2020
Bernadine Douglass replied to Bernadine Douglass's discussion Samuel Douglas(s) b.Scotland 1699 d.New Hampshire 1793 Searching for father
"Ian, Thank you so much for your persistence to get a hold of me. I had an old email attached to this account and just got this forward from the site (I don't usually look at FB friend requests and have deactivated my account so your request may…"
Sep 27, 2020
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Sep 27, 2020
Ian Douglass replied to Bernadine Douglass's discussion Samuel Douglas(s) b.Scotland 1699 d.New Hampshire 1793 Searching for father
"Hi, Bernadine. I tried to connect with you on Facebook to provide you this very consequential update, but this forum should suffice. A few months ago, a distant Douglass cousin of mine reached out to me and confirmed that he had submitted his DNA to…"
Sep 27, 2020
William Douglas replied to Bernadine Douglass's discussion Samuel Douglas(s) b.Scotland 1699 d.New Hampshire 1793 Searching for father
"Not much help!"
Jul 13, 2019
Jennifer Zinone replied to Bernadine Douglass's discussion Samuel Douglas(s) b.Scotland 1699 d.New Hampshire 1793 Searching for father
"Hi. Your message came up in a search I did for my 4th great grandfather, Henderson Douglas 1809-1871 and his possible father, Samuel Douglas. I’ve hit a road block tracing them or confirming some information on them from when they lived in…"
Jul 12, 2019

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Samuel Douglass
Birth 29 NOV 1652 in Scotland, Married 1698
reported as having immigrated with his son Samuel Douglass
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Searching for father of Samuel Douglas immigrant 1730 from Scotland

Posted on May 30, 2014 at 4:52 1 Comment

I am Looking for the father of:

Samuel Douglas b.1699 Burnhouses Auchingramont Hamilton, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

d.1793 Littleton NH

married in Scotland Hepzibah Richardson b.1701 d. ?

Immigrated 1730 from Scotland to MA, then NH with his children and grand children

Son: 

"Captain" Samuel D.…

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At 10:40 on May 1, 2014, Russell Lynn Drysdale said…

You are welcome , and I also share your feelings about this site , William works so diligently at it . My one wish is that more of my kin would be involved , rather than flittering about on ancestry .com .

At 21:31 on December 10, 2013, Russell Lynn Drysdale said…

Welcome Bernadine !

 
 
 

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'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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