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Lady Elizabeth Christian Douglas 1524-1575

Started this discussion. Last reply by Troy William Cornelius Feb 4. 2 Replies

My wife's lineage in America traces back to John Forrester Forsyth Forrest 1524-1573,in Scotland, whose spouse is listed as Lady Elizabeth Christian Douglas on a few thousandtrees on Ancestry. A…Continue

 

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Troy William Cornelius replied to Troy William Cornelius's discussion Lady Elizabeth Christian Douglas 1524-1575
"My collaborator on the Tree over here says it's Christian Christina Douglas, who did marry Alexander Irvine but was first married to John Forrest(er) Forsyth. Date of birth she says from Wikepedia was 1824,  saw tree's  on…"
Feb 4
William Douglas replied to Troy William Cornelius's discussion Lady Elizabeth Christian Douglas 1524-1575
"Sir Archibald Douglas, 2nd of Glenbervie (1508-1570) married Lady Agnes Keith (1503-1588).  They appear to have had a large family with daughters Elizabeth and Christian/Christina. Elizabeth Douglas married Sir Alexander Falconer of…"
Feb 4
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Lady Elizabeth Christian Douglas 1524-1575

My wife's lineage in America traces back to John Forrester Forsyth Forrest 1524-1573,in Scotland, whose spouse is listed as Lady Elizabeth Christian Douglas on a few thousandtrees on Ancestry. A couple more thousand trees including this site list her marriage toSir Alexander Falconer . There are several variations :Elizabeth Christina, Christina,Christian etc., but DOB for all variations is (1525-1587). The sites also are split on parents:Many trees and this site list her parents as Sir…See More
Feb 2
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Which Douglas line are you researching? Dates and places help making connections.
Archibald II of Glenbervie (Angus Douglas, Specifcally my
wife's lineage is Forrest, but her Ancestor John Forrest
Forsythe 1524-1573, married Lady Elizabeth Christian
Douglas1525-1587. Some trees have her parents as
Lord Edmund Howard/Lady Joyce Colepepper others
have parents as Archibald II Douglas /Agnes Anna Keith.
Some trees have Lord Alex Falconer as her spouse
Variations have included Christina Douglas, Christian
Douglas, Elizabeth Cristina Douglas. All , however,
have same dates of birth, marriage and death for
Lady Elizabeth Douglas. Also didn't know how
Howard/Colpepper would have a Douglas child?
Who is your earliest known Douglas ancestor?
Lady Elizabeth Christian Douglas, 1525-1587

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Dates and places of births, deaths and marriages all help to place families.

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'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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