"I have found the folowing:
Janet Douglas was born on 22 April 1794, in Rosneath, Dunbartonshire, Scotland. Her father was James Douglass, born 1760 and her mother, Katherine Walker, born 1755. She married Hugh Mac Dougall on 23 November 1816, in…"
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James Douglass married Catherine Walker , en Roseneath -Dumabarton- el 21 de junio 1777.
Sus hijos Margaret Douglass casada con Jhon Mc Callum, Elizabeth casada con Peter MC Pherson , John Douglass, Peter Douglass, Janet Douglass casada con Hugh Mac Dougall, mis cuartos abuelos
Janet Douglas was born on 22 April 1794, in Rosneath, Dunbartonshire, Scotland. Her father was James Douglass, born 1760 and her mother, Katherine Walker, born 1755. She married Hugh Mac Dougall on 23 November 1816, in Rosneath. They were the parents of at least 4 sons and 8 daughters, including Mary 1816–1898 Christina 1818–1868 James born 1820 Diego 1821–1893 Catharine born 1822
Janet died about 1840, in Gualeguay, Entre Ríos, Argentina, at the age of 46.
James and Katherine had the following children: Margaret born 1777 Cristian born 1780 Elisabeth born 1783 John born 1785 Peter born 1788 and Janet.
Translation of message received: I need to confirm the parents of James Douglas, did not think it's hard, because I have the log data and his wife, Katherine Walker was also more, they are my 5th grandparents. And the entry of his baptism SHEET No 31 582 106 664 where parents and Christian McAulay John Walker recorded the b. Katherine Walker in Roseneath, 1755 who married James Douglas A love and thanks, we are in contact
From the registration of baptisms, I note that at Janet's baptism, he father, James Douglas 'was at sea. This would seem to indicate that he might be a fisherman, who were known to move between ports on the Clyde. Might he have been a native of, say Greenock?
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.
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