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John Douglas/s 1764-1842, Surry County North Carolina-eastern Tennessee counties of Washington and Sullivan

John is my problem ancestor. I can document my son's lineage to William Douglass, 1785-1856, Surry Co. NC-Campbell Co. TN, but I can't connect him to his father, except via YDNA 111 markers at FTDNA, kit 144902, John V. Douglass.John was born about 1764 in Rowan/Surry County NC. Father may be Alexander, Malachi, or unknown. John married Elizabeth Betsy Ford, daughter of Loyd Ford in 1786 Surry Co. NC. John served in the American Revolution. NC soldiers pension S2517, NARAAny help appreciated…See More
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I am a Douglass by marriage, mother of two sons, wife, retired professional genealogist, certified by the Board for Certification of Genealogists, 2000-2009.
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Which Douglas line are you researching? Dates and places help making connections.
John Douglas (d. 1842 TN), his wife Elizabeth Ford d. North Carolina), their son William (1785 NC-1854 Campbell Co. TN), his wife Sarah.
Who is your earliest known Douglas ancestor?
John Douglass, d. 1842 TN
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American Revolution patriot, NC
dna haplotype
M269 (111 markers)

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John Douglas/s 1764-1842, Surry County North Carolina-eastern Tennessee counties of Washington and Sullivan

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John is my problem ancestor. I can document my son's lineage to William Douglass, 1785-1856, Surry Co. NC-Campbell Co. TN, but I can't connect him to his father, except via YDNA 111 markers at FTDNA, kit 144902, John V. Douglass.

John was born about 1764 in Rowan/Surry County NC. Father may be Alexander, Malachi, or unknown. John married Elizabeth Betsy Ford, daughter of Loyd Ford in 1786 Surry Co. NC. John served in the American Revolution. NC soldiers pension S2517, NARA

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