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DOUGLASES IN CHILE

Started this discussion. Last reply by William Douglas Oct 10. 5 Replies

Recently I seem to have been receiving a number of :"friend" requests from folks in Chile.  Is there any research into Douglas families who left Scotland and settled in Chile?GilbertContinue

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William Douglas replied to Gilbert Franklin Douglas III's discussion DOUGLASES IN CHILE
"How many 5th cousins do I have? https://isogg.org/wiki/Cousin_statistics ; W"
Oct 10
Jackie Stoddard replied to Gilbert Franklin Douglas III's discussion DOUGLASES IN CHILE
"Hi Gilbert do you also have Stewart lines? theres seams to be a Silva  link to Stewart and Douglas maybe in Chile and Sth Am"
Oct 10
Gilbert Franklin Douglas III replied to Gilbert Franklin Douglas III's discussion DOUGLASES IN CHILE
"I now have touched base with several folks in Chile who are Douglases.  I have read there was a vast diaspora of folks leaving Scotland .... 10's of thousand."
Oct 9
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Jackie Stoddard replied to Gilbert Franklin Douglas III's discussion DOUGLASES IN CHILE
"Hi Gilbert, hopefully you might have an ancestry . com tree? if you do , and as you have DNA tested ; this is the easiest way to see if you do DNA match Douglas es from Chile1: go to your DNA tab2: Search3: type in SURNAME box   Douglas…"
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Russell Lynn Drysdale replied to Gilbert Franklin Douglas III's discussion DOUGLASES IN CHILE
"http://www.douglashistory.co.uk/history/articles/thomas_douglas_chile.html#.XvJWnyhKgb0 ''One of these representatives was Thomas Douglas who arrived at our beaches in 1880 accompanied by his wife Annie Tennanth.'' …"
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DOUGLASES IN CHILE

Recently I seem to have been receiving a number of :"friend" requests from folks in Chile.  Is there any research into Douglas families who left Scotland and settled in Chile?GilbertSee More
Jun 23
Jackie Stoddard left a comment for Gilbert Franklin Douglas III
"One line of R-M198 includes the descendants of Somerlad, forbear of the McDonalds, from the Kingdom of the Isles"
May 29
Jackie Stoddard left a comment for Gilbert Franklin Douglas III
" the ancient Flett family from the Orkney Islands (and Flatt surname variant) with a proven R-M198 haplogroup interesting its the samevariations of Auchinleck https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/affleck The Affleck Family Project encourages…"
May 29
Jackie Stoddard left a comment for Gilbert Franklin Douglas III
"Hi Gilbert is this what most Douglas lines have as Haplotype?"
May 29
Gilbert Franklin Douglas III commented on William Douglas's group Douglas dna
"FYI on 31 Dec 2018, I did a cheek swab of my father's first cousin, Dan E. Douglas (he died a couple months later!!!) His is also RM198, just like mine... Gilbert Douglas III"
Jul 8, 2019

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Douglases of Clark County, Mississippi
Who is your earliest known Douglas ancestor?
Samuel Douglas 1824-1888

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At 13:22 on May 29, 2020, Jackie Stoddard said…

One line of R-M198 includes the descendants of Somerlad, forbear of the McDonalds, from the Kingdom of the Isles

At 13:12 on May 29, 2020, Jackie Stoddard said…

 the ancient Flett family from the Orkney Islands (and Flatt surname variant) with a proven R-M198 haplogroup interesting its the same
variations of Auchinleck

https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/affleck

The Affleck Family Project encourages researchers to find their common Scottish heritage (and earlier) through sharing of information and DNA testing.

Membership to this project is limited to those with the Affleck surname or recognized variant.

All recognized Scottish spelling variations of Auchinleck are welcome. <p>

 

 This project also includes the ancient Flett family from the Orkney Islands (and Flatt surname variant) with a proven R-M198 haplogroup

 

Surnames in Project:

Affleck, Affleck-Graves, Afflect, Afflick, Aflecht, Auchinleck, Auflick, Flack, Flatt, Fleck, Fleckie, Flett

At 13:08 on May 29, 2020, Jackie Stoddard said…

Hi Gilbert is this what most Douglas lines have as Haplotype?

At 21:39 on March 2, 2018, Jerry Douglas said…

Thanks, Gilbert. Finally made it in!

 
 
 

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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