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Harold Leduc
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Johan Rosie Douglas

Started this discussion. Last reply by Harold Leduc Aug 7, 2020. 7 Replies

Hi All, I am new to the site so take it easy on me ;0) I wonder if anyone out there has common ancestors and can help me grow the my branch of the Douglas family tree beyond WIlliam Douglas and Ann…Continue


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Harold Leduc replied to Harold Leduc's discussion Johan Rosie Douglas
"Hi Robert, how are you related to Isabella MacKay? Cheers Harold"
Aug 7, 2020
William Douglas replied to Harold Leduc's discussion Johan Rosie Douglas
"This family appears to claim Johan Rosie  and Patrick John Douglas Walter DOUGLAS m Margaret MARSHALL. Their son Robert:-DOUGLAS, Robert m ANDERSON, Jessie McLauchlan 1878 in CaithnessHis occupation was Game Keeper. Their childrenWalter Daniel…"
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Which Douglas line are you researching? Dates and places help making connections.
My Grandmother, Johan Rosie Douglas married my Grandfather Ovila Leduc on 31 Dec 1918 at Balloan Farm, Cawdor, Nairn while Ovila was stationed in the Cawdor area as a Canadian Soldier. Johan was born on 18 January 1900 at Blackheath, Thurso, Caithness, Scotland. They settled in Canada after the war.

Johan's parents were George Alexander Douglas and Isabella MacKay. George was born a twin to Patrick John Douglas on 12 June 1867 at Lyth, Bower, Scotland.

Their parents were Donald Douglas and Elizabeth Rosie. Donald was born in 1833, Halkirk, Scotland.

Donald's parents were George Douglas and Janet Mill. George was born in 1806 in Caithness, Scotland
Who is your earliest known Douglas ancestor?
William Douglas married to Ann Elder, parents of Georger Douglas who married Janet Mill. I have no dates for William or Ann.

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At 23:20 on April 6, 2012, Carol Marie Douglas said…
well thank You Harold. I can use any help I can get. I"m fairly new at this but I love a challenge being the 6th of 7 children as each one of the elders pass away would like to leave some information for the next generation to know where they actually came from. We were always raised with the Douglas Scotish pride. Also interested in a medical condition that was found out to be in the Douglas genes. It's called in simple terms (Iron overload) Were told that it never skips a generation and usually there is more then one in a family and gender doesn't matter. Just something people should be aware of since the side effects can cause a early death or health problems.
At 11:02 on March 20, 2012, Harold Dixon Douglas said…

Thank you Harold,If you can help i would like to be in contact with my uncle Harolds daughter.regards Harold

At 17:41 on March 19, 2012, Harold Dixon Douglas said…

Hello,Harold,My daughter told me all about our connection,i am looking forward to lots of talks when i find out more of our familys.regards Harold(most people call me Harry)


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