A collection of historical and genalogical records
Col Robert MacDonald of Inchkenneth married Mary Douglas of Grantham in January 1801. She was the daughter of Thomas Douglas, who originally engaged in mercantile pursuits (He worked in the cotton industry), he went on to reside at Grantham in Lincolnshire. Served as High Sheriff of that County in 1776.
He bred racehorses and was well…
Added by William Douglas on August 31, 2020 at 19:00 — No Comments
Among the more harrowing tales in the Douglas Archives are the references to indentured servants, often children.
Image used for illustration - it is not being suggested that these children were slaves.
The main money-making crops in colonial Georgia were tobacco, indigo and rice, all of which required intensive manual labour. Indentured servitude…
The 'Good Lady of Cavers' was imprisoned in Stirling Castle in 1682 for her religions beliefs.
Today, I learned that James Douglas of Cavers paid for a printing of the New Testament (in Rome?) in 1849.
This is probably the same James has…Continue
Added by William Douglas on August 13, 2020 at 11:05 — No Comments