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William Douglas commented on Kevin de Douglas's blog post The article of Ployart
"Thank you, Kevin.  That is very interesting, and is supported by the publication ILLUSTRATIONS DE LA NOBLESSE EUROPÉENNE which I have just located. I have a note that around 1540, Isabeau (?Isabelle) de Mandy brought the lands of…"
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The article of Ployart

Hello William,I do some research and I find something very interesting on my ancestor and my family tree.Louis 1 Douglas (died in 1579), lord of Ployart, deputy of the nobility of Vermandois was married with Isabelle de Mandy (died in 1587). Louis 2 Douglas, born in 1567 died in 1607,( his son) was also Lord of Ployart, governor of Soissons and officer was married with Catherine d'Aumale.Source : www.geneanet.org.See More
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The article of Ployart

Posted on August 7, 2019 at 18:24 1 Comment

Hello William,
I do some research and I find something very interesting on my ancestor and my family tree.
Louis 1 Douglas (died in 1579), lord of Ployart, deputy of the nobility of Vermandois was married with Isabelle de Mandy (died in 1587). Louis 2 Douglas, born in 1567 died in 1607,( his son) was also Lord of Ployart, governor of Soissons and officer was married with Catherine d'Aumale.
Source : www.geneanet.org.

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At 10:12 on April 3, 2014, William Douglas said…

Welcome to our community network, Kevin.

Maybe we should set up a group for French Douglases?

William

 
 
 

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