George Douglas

George Douglas (bef. 1692 - abt. 1754)

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George Douglas aka Douglass
Born before in North Kingston, Washington Co. Rhode Islandmap
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Son of and [mother unknown]
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Husband of — married about in Dartmouth, Massmap
Descendants descendants
Died about in North Kingston, Washington Co. Rhode Islandmap
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"a man's home is his castle"

A proverbial expression that illustrates the principle of individual privacy, which is fundamental to the American system of government. In this regard, the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution — part of the Bill of Rights — prohibits “unreasonable searches and seizures.”

quid enim sanctius, quid omni religione munitius, quam domus unusquisque civium?
What more sacred, what more strongly guarded by every holy feeling, than a man's own home?
—Cicero

William Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws of England:

And the law of England has so particular and tender a regard to the immunity of a man's house, that it stiles it his castle, and will never suffer it to be violated with immunity: agreeing herein with the sentiments of ancient Rome, as expressed in the works of Tully; quid enim sanctius, quid omni religione munitius, quam domus unusquisque civium?

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George Douglass

Compiled by Michael Ray Lechner
with my father Ted Harold Lechner

George Douglass, born about 1690-92. Died between Oct. 15, 1754 and Nov.1754 in North Kingstown, R.I. To date no place of birth or ancestry has been Validated for George Douglass. His will is badly charred and names were dim but legible. He married Mary Hathaway about 1714 in Dartmouth, Mass. She was born June 4, 1694 at Dartmouth, Mass., the daughter of Joanna (Pope) and John Hathaway (Descendent of Mayflower passenger). She died before 1754 because she was not mentioned in his will, at Dartmouth. George Douglass was a blacksmith. George bought his first land in North Kingstown in 1737. In Bates Collection of R.I. History it refers to A Taunton, Mass. Probate, Where George Douglass and wife Mary of North Kingstown, R.I., gave a receipt to their brother John Hathaway of Dartmouth, Mass. for a legacy from their father John Hathaway of Dartmouth, Mass. on Oct. 10, 1737. George Douglass built a house in North Kingstown, R.I. in 1738,which has been twice restored. The inside of the house remains much as it was in George's lifetime.

Note: There is some questions about the authenticity of the dates, for George and Mary's children, or if they all are their children. I would appreciate any help authenticating the information.


Name

George Douglas.

Also Known As: George Douglass[1][2]
Also Known As: George Duggles[3]
Also Known As: George Duglas[4]

Birth

George was born between 1690 and 1692, in North Kingston, Washington Co. Rhode Island[5][6][7][8]

Imported only 1690 from Birth Date and marked as uncertain.

Residence

  • 1737, North Kingston, Washington Co. Rhode Island[9][10][11]

Note: George built a home in 1737 which is still standing (1980)

Note: George Douglas (or Douglass) bought two acres of land in North Kingstown from one John Watson in 1737. The house he built on that land still stands in a charmingly landscaped setting set back from the corner at the intersection of Tower Hill and Gilbert Stuart Roads. Although it has twice been restored, Its original character has been preserved and, except for an ell that was added in modern times, the external appearance of the simple two-story dwelling remains unchanged. A particularly striking architectural feature is the bee-hive oven which extends from the end chimney.

The date of construction, 1738, is carved in this chimney, as are the initials GM set above the letter D to indicate the name of the builder and owner, George and Mary Douglas.

Although the house was not large, the family was.

Court records indicate that the homestead in North Kingstown continued to be in the hands of the Douglas family through most of the nineteenth century. One such record in 1828 indicates that a member of the family was awarded fifty dollars in damages for a blow on the nose delivered by one of his neighbors, but the cause of this altercation remains unknown. Happily such contentious incidents were few and the Douglas family pursued the usual pattern of the hard-working resourceful, and law-abiding people of South County.

"Larry Alvin Douglas"

Event

  • October 10, 1737

Place: Legacy receipt[12][13]

Note: In Bates Collection of R.I. History it refers to A Taunton, Mass. Probate, Where George Douglass and wife Mary of North Kingstown, R.I., gave a receipt to their brother John Hathaway of Dartmouth, Mass. for a legacy from their father John Hathaway of Dartmouth, Mass. on Oct. 10, 1737.

"Larry Alvin Douglas"

  • February 24, 1737

Place: bought two acres of land in North Kingstown

Note: "George Douglas, Blacksmith, bought two acres of land in North Kingstown Feb 24, 1737." Info from Margaret Douglass, Mother of George Douglas of Chateaugay, NY, prepared in 1952, along with Dr. Ernest Douglass - in hand written form.[14][15]

  • 1738

Place: Built a house in North Kingstown, R.I.

Note: George Douglass built a house in North Kingstown, R.I. in 1738,which has been twice restored. The inside of the house remains much as it was in George's lifetime.

Note: INFO FROM MOTHER OF GEORGE DOUGLASS CHATEAUGAY NY HE BUILT A HOME THERE (NORTH KINGSTON RHODE ISLAND) IN 1737 WHICH IS STILL STANDING [WRITTEN IN 1952]

  • Marion Newcomb, Letter dated April 24, 1989

"..SEVERAL YEARS AGO, MY HUSBAND AND I WENT BACK TO RHODE ISLAND AND VISITED THE GEORGE DOUGLASS AND JOHN DOUGLASS HOUSES. HAVE YOU SEEN THEM? THEY ARE OCCUPIED BY FAMILIES, BUT THE HOUSES ARE MONITORED BY A TRUST FOR THE STATE OF RHODE ISLAND. IN OTHER WORDS, THEY ARE LIKE HISTORIC LANDMARKS. I WAS THRILLED TO SEE THEM. I WAS IN THE OLDEST ONE, DOWNSTAIRS ONLY. THE YOUNG COUPLE THERE, HE A DENTIST, I BELIEVE, ARE KEEPING THE HOUSE THE WAY IT WAS AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE. IT IS REALLY VERY LOVELY. THE OTHER HOUSE WAS BEING REMODELED WHEN I WAS THERE, AND THE OWNER DID NOT WISH FOR ME TO ENTER IT. THAT WAS ALL RIGHT, TOO. HE HAD PURCHASED IT FOR AN INVESTMENT; I AM SURE THAT HE RE-SOLD IT WITHOUT ANY PROBLEM..."[16]

Occupation

George Douglass was a blacksmith.

Book by Martha Bitson and brother Dr. Sidney Douglass of White Cloud, Mich.[17][18]

Note: He became a blacksmith and established himself in Little Rest, in 1753, where he was well known for some twenty years.

Larry Alvin Douglas

Traditions Lost: George Douglas a Blacksmith, John Douglass was a blacksmith as was his father, ..., George A. Lechner had a small blacksmith setup, Ted H. Lechner wanted a small setup, Michael R. Lechner likes woodworking.

Will

Date: October 15, 1754

"George Douglas made a will Oct 15, 1754 which was probated Nov 11, 1754 in North Kingstown in which are mentioned sons, John, Arthur, George and Thomas, also four daughters whose names cannot be read. The real estate was willed to George and Thomas."

His will is badly charred and names were dim but legible. Note:  !THEY HAD 8 CHILDREN, 4 BOYS ARE NAMED IN WILL THE 4 GIRL'S NAMES OBLITERATED BY FIRE  !Info from Margaret Douglass, Mother of George Douglas of Chateaugay NY prepared in 1952 along with Dr. Ernest Douglass - in hand written form.[19][20]

Note: His will is badly charred and names were dim but legible.

Larry Alvin Douglas

Note: Mary5 Hathaway (John Hathaway4, Sarah3 Cooke, John2). The 1754 will of husband George Douglas does not name son "Do(lost)" - the name is John. Delete word "possible" after sons John #1460 and Thomas #1463; add a daughter "Jo( )". [From Historian General, 2003, citing North Kingston Town Council 8:337-341.]

Probate

Probate: November 11, 1754, in North Kingstown.

Info from Margaret Douglass, Mother of George Douglas of Chateaugay NY prepared in 1952 along with Dr. Ernest Douglass - in hand written form. CONT "George Douglas made a will Oct 15, 1754 which was probated Nov 11, 1754 in North Kingstown in which are mentioned sons, John, Arthur, George and Thomas, also four daughters whose names cannot be read. The real estate was willed to George and Thomas."[21]

Death

George died between October 15, and November 11, 1754 in North Kingston, Washington Co. Rhode Island.[22][23][24]

Died October 1754 in North Kingston, Washington Co. Rhode Island.[25][26][27]

Imported only OCTOBER 15, 1754 from Death Date and marked as uncertain.

Family

George Douglas married Mary Hathaway about 1714 in Dartmouth, Mass.

Children:

  1. John David Douglas, born about 1728 at North Kingstown, R.I. Married Lydia Tripp.
  2. George Douglas, Jr. born about 1747 died 9 may 1823.
  3. Arthur Douglas, born about 1761 died after 1823.
  4. William Douglas,
  5. Thomas Douglas, (Capitan) Douglass born ? died 30 Jan 1758.
  6. Johanna Douglas,
  7. Ann Douglas,
  8. Mary Douglas,
  9. Hannah Douglas,

Marriage:

Date: BET 1714 AND 1727

Place: Dartmouth, Mass[28][29][30][31][32][33]

Note: Mary Hathaway, daiughter of John Hathaway & his 1st wife Joanna (Pope), m., prob. in Dartmouth about 1714-1716, George Douglas ... no marriage record was found for Mary Hathaway and George Douglas ... however, the will of Mary's father, John Hathaway -- dated 1732 -- names daughter "Mary Duglas" ... receipts for inheritances from the estate were signed by Mary and George "Duggles" on 28 July 1733 and 10 October 1737

Note: He married Mary Hathaway about 1714 in Dartmouth, Mass.

Larry Alvin Douglas

Imported only 1714 from Marriage Date and marked as uncertain.

Notes

Note

GEORGE DOUGLASS HOUSE

George Douglas (or Douglass) bought two acres of land in North Kingstown from one John Watson in 1737. The house he built on that land still stands in a charmingly landscaped setting set back from the corner at the intersection of Tower Hill and Gilbert Stuart Roads. Although it has twice been restored, It’s original character has been preserved and, except for an ell that was added in modern times, the external appearance of the simple two-story dwelling remains unchanged. A particularly striking architectural feature is the bee-hive oven which extends from the end chimney.

The date of construction, 1738, is carved in this chimney, as are the initials GM set above the letter D to indicate the name of the builder and owner, George and Mary Douglass.

Although the house was not large, the family was. There were seven children, the oldest of whom was a son John. He became a blacksmith and established himself in Little Rest in 1753 where he was well known for some twenty years.

Court records indicate that the homestead in North Kingstown continued to be in the hands of the Douglas family through most of the nineteenth century. One such record in 1828 indicates that a member of the family was awarded fifty dollars in damages for a blow on the nose delivered by one of his neighbors, but the cause of this altercation remains unknown. Happily such contentious incidents were few and the Douglass family pursued the usual pattern of the hard-working resourceful, and law-abiding people of South County. PICTURE SKETCH

On July 28th, 2004 I received current photos of the George Douglass House. These photos were taken in July 2004 by Andrew Hill. Andrew is a stepbrother of Richard Douglass of Cortland Nebraska. (See Generation 2 Thomas Douglass branch of our Family). Andrew Hill is in the Real Estate business in the North Kingstown area, and I want to thank him very much for providing us with this nice 2004 photos. ALBUM[34]

Note

Richard Douglass:

1.)broken web link
2.)Edythe Wilson Thoesen, EWT - Thomas Wait of Portsmouth Rhode Island.
3.)MVT - Records of Mary V. Thune; correspondance 1981, Mary V. Thune, 915 West Birch, Mitchell, SD. Referenced sources include; Sheldons in America; Racine County History of 1892; family bibles of Chrystle SHELDON & Alta (WITZEL) SLOAN and Jennie (WAITE) (SHELDON) WITZEL and the books of Ellen (EWART) WAIT as well as tombstones at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Artesian, SD and DAR Magazine V89 1955 pg 1011, query from Mrs. Henry J. Thoesen
4.)Harlan Rees WAIT, DMW, Arthur H. Clark Co., Spokane, WA.

Note

MF 12:297, #300. Mary5 Hathaway (John Hathaway4, Sarah3 Cooke, John2). The 1754 will of husband George Douglas does not name son "Do(lost)" - the name is John. Delete word "possible" after sons John #1460 and Thomas #1463; add a daughter "Jo( )". [From Historian General, 2003, citing North Kingston Town Council 8:337-341.][35]

Note

A descendants DNA

Earls of Morton We have proven the Earls of Morton line to 1756, with distant cousins matching. All descendants of John, son of James Douglas 16th Earl of Morton must be R1b1 haplogroup.

There is another descendant of the Earls of Morton, the Swedish branch which has one representative. This line is I1a haplogroup, and other I1a members could be related to the Swedish line, or to the Earls of Morton prior to James the 14th or 16th Earl. At this stage we are unable to say whether the Earls of Morton prior to James the 16th Earl were haplogroup R1b1 or I1a. More information about the lineage of the other I1a members might throw some light on this.

We would like to have further testing for this very important line. We need participants whose line has diverged from the Earls of Morton prior to 1756 and since John of Dalkeith 1330. ie descended from the early Earls of Morton or the Douglases of Lochleven or Dalkeith. The further back your line diverges from the Earls of Morton line the more valuable you are to the project at this stage.

Domini Douglas. Domini has emerged as a distinct yDNA line in the Douglas family. Domini was thought to be an illegitimate son of George (13th or 15th Earl of Morton), and half brother of James (14th or 16th Earl). However his DNA type does NOT match James’s son John. This has been proven by testing two men who are descended from John (5th cousins once removed), and finding that they match. This proves John’s genetic type. Similarly 2 descendants of Domini have proven his haplogroup.

So we can say with confidence now that either Domini or James or John is not descended genetically from George. And since Domini’s genetic type is distinctively Irish (and his mother was Irish) it is likely that Domini has an Irish male ancestor, possibly his father.

This issue will be finally decided when we have an earlier Earls-of Morton descendant to test.

Niall of Nine Hostages The Domini line is descended from Niall of Nine Hostages (a very prolific Irish ancient line) but there are also others in the group who are descended from Niall but not through Domini. Some of these will be Irish lines of the Douglas family, but some of the sons of Niall are known to have visited Scotland and may have left behind Douglas descendants. Niall’s DNA signature is well defined and new participants with Irish heritage may well find they belong to this group. R1b

R1b Niall

DYS#

# Kit Most Distant Ancestor *

3 85671 George Douglass, b.c. 1690?, North Kingstown, R.I. R1b1

48 85671 George Douglass, b.c. 1690?, North Kingstown, R.I. R1b1b2

DYS#

# Kit Most Distant Ancestor *

34 101781 R1b1b2

35 N14578 R1b1b2

36 113334 William Douglas, b. 9 August 1610 R1b1b2a1a

37 86666 R1b1b2

38 88120 John GREENE "the Immigrant", 1620 Greenwich, RI R1b1b2a1a

39 58480 R1b1b2

40 74868 George Douglas 1767 NorthKingston Rhode Island R1b1b2

41 N11063 William Douglas b. 1610 R1b1b2

42 80237 William Douglas, b. 9 August 1610 R1b1b2

43 77526 William Douglas d. 1794 Cummertrees Scotland R1b1b2

44 118285 William Douglas, b. 9 August 1610 R1b1b2

45 78870 William Douglas, b. 9 August 1610 R1b1b2

46 85470 William Douglas, b. 9 August 1610 R1b1b2

47 84519 R1b1b2

48 85671 George Douglass, b.c. 1690?, North Kingstown, R.I. R1b1b2

49 60417 Drysdale,Clackmannanshire,Scotland,1790 R1b1b2

50 130872 Archibald Douglas, Derry, Ireland died ca. 1873 R1b1b2

51 103788 John M Miller b.1833 Jackson Co WV R1b1b2

52 74021 R1b1b2

53 66714 McKenzie -Douglas of Glenbirvie R1b1b2

54 104897 John Douglass b.30/12/1731, St Pauls London Eng. R1b1b2

55 116941 R1b1b2

56 3268 Alexander Douglas, b1754, N.Ireland, d1827 Tenn. R1b1b2

57 65998 Charles L. Douglass b.1815 Aberdeen; d.1892 Quebec R1b1b2

58 102717 James Douglass, 1798, Delaware Co, NY R1b1b2

59 49038 George Glandenning b.c. 1663 R1b1b2

60 47410 new galloway,Scotland R1b1b2

61 123109 R1b1b2

62 117816 John D of Mains b 1310, Willem de Duglis R1b1b2a1b

63 7853 James Douglas, b.c. late 1300s, Scotland R1b1b2

64 93258 James Douglas, b. 1697, North of Ireland R1b1b2

65 56801 Earls of Morton (and Willem 1174) R1b1b2

66 96001 Sholto Duglis 700s, Scotti-Douglas, Fombio line R1b1b2

67 105980 Robet Douglas of Lochleven b1510, Morton line. R1b1b2

68 46831 Alexander Douglas b.c. 1805 Rowan Co., NC R1b1b2

69 N13664 Scotland R1b1b2

70 130625 R1b1b2

71 92706 Willem de Duglis 1174, & John Douglas 1756 (Morton R1b1b2

72 72559 John Douglass, 1700s Scotland R1b1b2

73 94111 John Douglas, b 1700, Scotland or VA, d 1794 VA R1b1b2

74 58210 R1b1b2

75 74223 Daglish R1b1b2

76 93209 R1b1b2

77 95372 R1b1b2

78 85020 R1b1b2

79 86518 Domini Douglas 1732, and George, 12th Earl of Morton R1b1b2

80 87954 Domini Douglas 1732 and son Cyrus. R1b1b2

81 21234 R1b1b2

82 98465 R1b1b2

83 92620 R1b1b2

84 126361 R1b1b2

85 91060 Andrew Jackson Douglas, b. 1799, Knox Co., TENN R1b1b2

86 95592 Earls of Angus, Scotland R1b1b2

87 116940 Angus line R1b1b2

Source.[36]

Sources

Sources

  • Attached Documents.
  • Lechner Family History, compiled by Michael Lechner, with my father Ted Harrold Lechner.

See the Changes page for the details of edits by Michael and others.

External Source Credits

  • Source: S11 Author: Majorie (Dobbs) Douglas Abbreviation: Majorie (Dobbs) Douglas Text: Information she obtain during a trip to Rhode Island, New York and Iowa
  • Source: S221 Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Title: International Genealogical Index (R) Abbreviation: Family Search IGI Publication: www.familysearch.org Copyright (c) 1980, 2002 Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y Data: Text: George DOUGLAS CONT Male CONT Birth: 1690 Of, North Kingston, Washington, Rhode Island CONT Death: OCT 1754 CONT ***** CONT George DOUGLASS CONT Birth: 1690 North Kingston, Washington, Rhode Island CONT Death: OCT 1754 CONT ******* CONT George DOUGLAS CONT Birth: About 1690 Poss, North Kingston, Washington, Rhode Island CONT Death: Before 1790 CONT Marriage: About 1714 Dartmouth, , , Massachusetts CONT ***** CONT George Douglas CONT Birth: About 1690 Of, Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts CONT Spouse: Mary Hathaway CONT Marriage: About 1715 Of, Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts CONT **** CONT George Douglas CONT Birth: About 1691 Poss, North Kingston, Washington, Rhode Island CONT Spouse: Mary Hathaway CONT Marriage: About 1715 , , Massachusetts CONT **** CONT GEORGE DOUGLAS CONT Birth: About 1692 , , New York CONT Spouse: MARY HATHAWAY CONT Marriage: About 1714 , , Rhode Island
  • Source: S257 Author: Ralph V. Wood, Jr. Title: Francis Cooke of the Mayflower: The First Five Generations Mayflower Families Abbreviation: Francis Cooke of the Mayflower: The First Five Generations Mayflower Families Publication: Rockport, Maine: Picton Press, 1999 Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y
  • Source: S3 Title: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Abbreviation: www.familysearch.org Publication: www.familysearch.org Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y
  • Source: S32 Author: The Church of Jesus Christ of Later-day Saints Title: Family Search Ancestral File v4.19 Abbreviation: Family Search Publication: http://www.familysearch.org Note: Ancestral File is a collection of genealogical information taken from Pedigree Charts and Family Group Records submitted to the Family History Department since 1978. The information has not been verified against any official records. Since the information in Ancestral File is contributed, it is the responsibility of those who use the file to verify its accuracy. Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y Data: Text: Family Group Record FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19 CONT Download GEDCOM CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT Husband's Name CONT George DOUGLAS (AFN:FMHF-MC) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: 1690/1692 Place: Poss, North Kingston, Rhode Island CONT Died: Oct 1754 Place: , North Kingston, Rhode Island CONT Married: Abt 1714 Place: Dartmouth, Mass CONT CONT Father: CONT Mother: CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT Wife's Name CONT Mary HATHAWAY (AFN:FMHF-NJ) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: 4 Jun 1694 Place: Dartmouth, Bristol Co, Massachusetts CONT Died: 31 Dec 1754 Place: Poss, Dartmouth, Mass CONT Married: Abt 1714 Place: Dartmouth, Mass CONT CONT Father: John HATHAWAY (AFN:93VD-11) Family CONT Mother: Joanna POPE (AFN:8P7J-7T) CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT Children CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT 1. Sex Name CONT M John DOUGLASS (AFN:FMH0-PW) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: Abt 1728 Place: , North Kingston, Rhode Island CONT Died: 1790 Place: Poss, , New York CONT Buried: Place: Poss New Britain, Canaan, Columbia Co, Ny CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT 2. Sex Name CONT M George DOUGLAS (AFN:FMHF-QV) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: Abt 1747 Place: <, North Kingston, Rhode Island> CONT Died: 9 May 1823 Place: , Prudence Island CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT 3. Sex Name CONT M Arthur DOUGLAS (AFN:FMHF-PP) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: Abt 1761 Place: Poss, , Rhode Island CONT Died: Aft 1823 Place: CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT 4. Sex Name CONT M Thomas DOUGLAS (AFN:FMHF-R2) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: Abt 1761 Place: <Poss, , Rhode Island> CONT Died: Aft 1823 Place: CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT 5. Sex Name CONT F Johanna DOUGLAS (AFN:FMHF-S7) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: Abt. 1763 Place: <Poss, , Rhode Island> CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT 6. Sex Name CONT M William DOUGLAS (AFN:FMHF-XW) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: Abt 1764 Place: <Poss, , Rhode Island> CONT Died: 15 Feb 1831 Place: , Prudence Island CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT 7. Sex Name CONT F Ann DOUGLAS (AFN:FMHF-TD) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: Abt. 1765 Place: <Poss, , Rhode Island> CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT 8. Sex Name CONT F Mary DOUGLAS (AFN:FMHF-VK) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: Abt. 1767 Place: <Poss, , Rhode Island> CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT 9. Sex Name CONT F Hannah DOUGLAS (AFN:FMHF-WQ) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: Abt. 1769 Place: <Poss, , Rhode Island> Note: RICHARD L. DOUGLASS Microfilm: NONE CONT 110 N VERMONT CONT CORTLAND NE Submission: AF90-100242 CONT USA 68331
  • Source: S320 Author: Larry Alvin Douglas Title: Douglas History Abbreviation: Larry Alvin Douglas Publication: http://black-water.net/ Note: The summary was compiled from the results of many peoples efforts. The Genealogy information primarily came from my sister, Marjorie Douglas Dobbs’ years of compiling information from our relatives. Richard Douglass efforts provided additional information. And in 1990 Joyce Douglas Welch published a wonderful compilation of Douglas History and pictures with personal interviews of many of the descendants of Charles Winfield Douglas. CONT Larry Alvin Douglas, is the first cousin, once removed of Ted Harold Lechner Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y Data: Text: Family Group Record FamilySearch™ Ancestral File v4.19 CONT Download GEDCOM CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT Husband's Name CONT George DOUGLAS (AFN:FMHF-MC) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: 1690/1692 Place: Poss, North Kingston, Rhode Island CONT Died: Oct 1754 Place: , North Kingston, Rhode Island CONT Married: Abt 1714 Place: Dartmouth, Mass CONT CONT Father: CONT Mother: CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT Wife's Name CONT Mary HATHAWAY (AFN:FMHF-NJ) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: 4 Jun 1694 Place: Dartmouth, Bristol Co, Massachusetts CONT Died: 31 Dec 1754 Place: Poss, Dartmouth, Mass CONT Married: Abt 1714 Place: Dartmouth, Mass CONT CONT Father: John HATHAWAY (AFN:93VD-11) Family CONT Mother: Joanna POPE (AFN:8P7J-7T) CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT Children CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT 1. Sex Name CONT M John DOUGLASS (AFN:FMH0-PW) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: Abt 1728 Place: , North Kingston, Rhode Island CONT Died: 1790 Place: Poss, , New York CONT Buried: Place: Poss New Britain, Canaan, Columbia Co, Ny CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT 2. Sex Name CONT M George DOUGLAS (AFN:FMHF-QV) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: Abt 1747 Place: <, North Kingston, Rhode Island> CONT Died: 9 May 1823 Place: , Prudence Island CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT 3. Sex Name CONT M Arthur DOUGLAS (AFN:FMHF-PP) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: Abt 1761 Place: Poss, , Rhode Island CONT Died: Aft 1823 Place: CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT 4. Sex Name CONT M Thomas DOUGLAS (AFN:FMHF-R2) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: Abt 1761 Place: <Poss, , Rhode Island> CONT Died: Aft 1823 Place: CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT 5. Sex Name CONT F Johanna DOUGLAS (AFN:FMHF-S7) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: Abt. 1763 Place: <Poss, , Rhode Island> CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT 6. Sex Name CONT M William DOUGLAS (AFN:FMHF-XW) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: Abt 1764 Place: <Poss, , Rhode Island> CONT Died: 15 Feb 1831 Place: , Prudence Island CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT 7. Sex Name CONT F Ann DOUGLAS (AFN:FMHF-TD) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: Abt. 1765 Place: <Poss, , Rhode Island> CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT 8. Sex Name CONT F Mary DOUGLAS (AFN:FMHF-VK) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: Abt. 1767 Place: <Poss, , Rhode Island> CONT CONT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONT CONT 9. Sex Name CONT F Hannah DOUGLAS (AFN:FMHF-WQ) Pedigree CONT CONT Born: Abt. 1769 Place: <Poss, , Rhode Island> Note: RICHARD L. DOUGLASS Microfilm: NONE CONT 110 N VERMONT CONT CORTLAND NE Submission: AF90-100242 CONT USA 683310
  • Source: S371 Author: Rich Douglass Abbreviation: Rich Douglass
  • Source: S434 Author: Deb Blystone Title: The Pearson Family Home Page Abbreviation: Deb Blystone Publication: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/b/l/y/Debra-L-Blystone/index.html Note: dblyston@libby.org Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y Data: Text: 1. GEORGE1 DOUGLAS was born Bet. 1690 - 1692, and died October 1754. He married MARY HATHAWAY 1714, daughter of JOHN HATHAWAY and JOANNE POPE. She was born in Dartmouth, Bristol County, Massachusetts, and died 1754. CONT CONT Children of GEORGE DOUGLAS and MARY HATHAWAY are: CONT i. GEORGE2 DOUGLAS, d. Unknown. CONT ii. THOMAS DOUGLAS, d. Unknown. CONT iii. ARTHUR DOUGLAS, d. Unknown. CONT 2. iv. JOHN DAVID DOUGLAS, b. Abt. 1728; d. Abt. 1790.
  • Source: S437 Author: Ralph V. Wood, Jr., Lewis Bunker Rohrbach Title: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol. 12, Francis Cooke Abbreviation: Francis Cooke of the Mayflower: The First Five Generations Publication: Picton Press PO Box 250 Rockport, Maine 04856-0250 / 1999 Note: Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y
  • Source: S491 Author: Debra L. Blystone Title: The Pearson Family Home Page Abbreviation: Ancestors of Debra L. Blystone Publication: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/b/l/y/Debra-L-Blystone/index.html Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y Data: Text: CALVIN B.6 DOUGLAS (HARLEY5, JOHN4, PELEG3, JOHN DAVID2, GEORGE1)
  • Source: S550 Author: Sholom Simon Title: Descendants of Richard Warren of the Mayflower Abbreviation: Descendants of Richard Warren of the Mayflower Publication: http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=ssimonw&surname=Warren%2C+Richard Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y Data: Text: # ID: I21873 CONT # Name: George Douglas CONT # Given Name: George CONT # Surname: Douglas CONT # Sex: M CONT # Death: Bet 15 Oct 1754 and 11 Nov 1754 1 CONT # _UID: A32623F1F41849FB8A6E0ECD853CC2A4274D CONT # Change Date: 7 Nov 2007 CONT # Note: CONT CONT CONT CONT CONT Although I try to ensure that the information is accurate, there is no guarantee that certain errors and omissions will not have occurred. This is a "work in progress" and much of its success is built upon contributions from folks who hav CONT CONT CONT CONT Marriage 1 Mary Hathaway b: 4 Jun 1694 in Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts CONT CONT * Married: Abt 1727 2 3 CONT * Note: Possibly 3 other children: Ann, Mary and Hannah CONT * Change Date: 26 Nov 2007 CONT CONT Children CONT CONT 1. Has Children John Douglas b: Abt 1728 CONT 2. Has No Children Arthur Douglas CONT 3. Has No Children George Douglas b: Abt 1732 CONT 4. Has No Children Thomas Douglas CONT 5. Has No Children Joanna Douglas CONT CONT CONT Sources: CONT CONT 1. Abbrev: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations: Volum CONT Title: Ralph V. Wood, Jr., Lewis Bunker Rohrbach, _MEDI: Book ncis CookeFrancis Cooke of the Mayflower: The First Five Generations CONT REFN: ISBN 0-89725-121-0 CONT DATE: 1999 (Picton Press CONT PO Box 250 CONT Rockport, Maine 04856-0250 CONT CONT ISBN 0-89725-121-0 CONT Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 96-69879) CONT Page: Page 297 CONT Quality: 3 CONT 2. Abbrev: Source CONT Title: _MEDI: ReseacherSource CONT REFN: Sep 1997 CONT 3. Abbrev: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations: Volum CONT Title: Ralph V. Wood, Jr., Lewis Bunker Rohrbach, _MEDI: Book ncis CookeFrancis Cooke of the Mayflower: The First Five Generations CONT REFN: ISBN 0-89725-121-0 CONT DATE: 1999 (Picton Press CONT PO Box 250 CONT Rockport, Maine 04856-0250 CONT CONT ISBN 0-89725-121-0 CONT Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 96-69879) CONT Page: Page 297
  • Source: S641 Title: Douglas (and variants) Surname Project Abbreviation: Douglas (and variants) Surname Project Publication: http://www.familytreedna.com/public/Douglas/index.aspx#results Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y
  • Source: S642 Title: Rootsweb Abbreviation: Rootsweb Publication: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/ Italicized: Y Paranthetical: Y Page: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3136982&id=I25808 Data: Text: # ID: I25808 CONT # Name: George DOUGLAS CONT # Sex: M CONT # Death: BET 15 OCT AND 11 NOV 1754 in North Kingston, Rhode Island 1 CONT CONT Marriage 1 Mary HATHAWAY b: 4 JUN 1694 in Dartmouth, Massachusetts CONT CONT * Married: ABT 1727 in prob. Dartmouth, Massachusetts 2 CONT CONT CONT Sources: CONT CONT 1. Title: Francis Cooke of the Mayflower: The First Five Generations - Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol. 12; Revised Edition CONT Author: Wood, Ralph V., Jr. CONT Publication: Rockport, Maine: Picton Press, December 1999 CONT Repository: CONT Media: Book CONT Page: 297 CONT Text: d. in North Kingston, Rhode Island between Oct 15 and Nov 11, 1754 CONT 2. Title: Francis Cooke of the Mayflower: The First Five Generations - Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol. 12; Revised Edition CONT Author: Wood, Ralph V., Jr. CONT Publication: Rockport, Maine: Picton Press, December 1999 CONT Repository: CONT Media: Book CONT Page: 297 CONT Text: Mary Hathaway, daiughter of John Hathaway & his 1st wife Joanna (Pope), m., prob. in Dartmouth about 1714-1716, George Douglas ... no marriage record was found for Mary Hathaway and George Douglas ... however, the will of Mary's father, John Hathaway -- dated 1732 -- names daughter "Mary Duglas" ... receipts for inheritances from the estate were signed by Mary and George "Duggles" on 28 July 1733 and 10 October 1737 Note: Spooner Generations CONT Russell Spooner
  • Source: S91 Author: www.gencircles.com Abbreviation: www.gencircles.com Note:  !INFO FROM MOTHER OF GEORGE DOUGLASS CHATEAUGAY NY HE BUILT A CONT HOME THERE CONT (NORTH KINGSTON RHODE ISLAND) IN 1737 WHICH IS STILL STANDING CONT [WRITTEN IN 1952] CONT Notes: CONT !THEY HAD 8 CHILDREN, 4 BOYS ARE NAMED IN WILL CONT THE 4 GIRL'S NAMES OBLITERATED BY FIRE CONT Notes: CONT !MARION NEWCOMB LETTER DATED APRIL 24, 1989 CONT "..SEVERAL YEARS AGO, MY HUSBAND AND I WENT BACK TO RHODE ISLAND CONT AND VISITED CONT THE GEORGE DOUGLASS AND JOHN DOUGLASS HOUSES. HAVE YOU SEEN CONT THEM? THEY ARE CONT OCCUPIED BY FAMILIES, BUT THE HOUSES ARE MONITORED BY A TRUST CONT FOR THE STATE OF CONT RHODE ISLAND. IN OTHER WORDS, THEY ARE LIKE HISTORIC LANDMARKS. CONT I WAS CONT THRILLED TO SEE THEM. I WAS IN THE OLDEST ONE, DOWNSTAIRS ONLY. CONT THE YOUNG CONT COUPLE THERE, HE A DENTIST, I BELIEVE, ARE KEEPING THE HOUSE THE CONT WAY IT WAS AS CONT MUCH AS POSSIBLE. IT IS REALLY VERY LOVELY. THE OTHER HOUSE WAS CONT BEING CONT REMODELED WHEN I WAS THERE, AND THE OWNER DID NOT WISH FOR ME TO CONT ENTER IT. CONT THAT WAS ALL RIGHT, TOO. HE HAD PURCHASED IT FOR AN INVESTMENT; CONT I AM SURE CONT THAT HE RE-SOLD IT WITHOUT ANY PROBLEM..." CONT Notes: CONT !FROM MARTHA (DOUGLASS) BITSON AND HER BROTHER DR. SIDNEY CONT DOUGLASS OF WHITE CONT CLOUD MICHIGAN CONT "TO DATE NO PLACE OF BIRTH OR ANCESTRY HAS BEEN FOUND FOR GEORGE CONT DOUGLASS CONT ..GEORGE DOUGLASS WAS A BLACKSMITH...BOUGHT HIS FIRST LAND IN CONT NORTH KINGSTON CONT IN 1737.. IN BATES COLLECTION OF R. I. HISTORY IT REFERS TO CONT TAUTON, MASS CONT PROBATE--GEORGE DOUGLASS AND WIFE MARY OF NORTH KINGSTON, R. I. CONT GAVE A RECEIPT CONT TO THEIR BROTHER JOHN HATHAWAY OF DARTMOUTH, MASS FOR A LEGACY CONT FROM THEIR CONT FATHER JOHN HATHAWAY OF DARTMOUTH, MASS, ON OCT 10,. 1737." CONT Notes: CONT !Info from Margaret Douglass, Mother of George Douglas of CONT Chateaugay NY CONT prepared in 1952 along with Dr. Ernest Douglass - in hand CONT written form. CONT "George Douglas, Blacksmith, bought two acres of land in North CONT Kingstown Feb CONT 24, 1737." CONT "George Douglas made a will Oct 15, 1754 which was probated Nov CONT 11, 1754 in CONT North Kingstown in which are mentioned sons, John, Arthur, CONT George and Thomas, CONT also four daughters whose names cannot be read. The real estate CONT was willed to CONT George and Thomas." CONT Notes: CONT !Information confirmed by family history file from Mary V. Thune CONT includes CONT marriage year 1714 CONT CONT Text: 1.)Richard Douglass: CONT Text: http://www.genweb.net/gedcom/DOUGLAS/DOUFLAS.html CONT Text: 2.)Edythe Wilson Thoesen, EWT - Thomas Wait of Portsmouth Rhode CONT Text: Island. CONT Text: 3.)MVT - Records of Mary V. Thune; correspondance 1981, Mary V. CONT Text: Thune, 915 West Birch, Mitchell, SD. Referenced sources include; CONT Text: Sheldons in America; Racine County History of 1892; family CONT Text: bibles of Chrystle SHELDON & Alta (WITZEL) SLOAN and Jennie CONT Text: (WAITE) (SHELDON) WITZEL and the books of Ellen (EWART) WAIT as CONT Text: well as tombstones at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Artesian, SD and CONT Text: DAR Magazine V89 1955 pg 1011, query from Mrs. Henry J. Thoesen CONT Text: 4.)Harlan Rees WAIT, DMW, Arthur H. Clark Co., Spokane, WA. CONT CONT MacLellan/MacLeod/Delong CONT by bravecoeur

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Foot Notes

  1. Source: #S221
  2. Source: #S320
  3. Source: #S437 Page: Page 297
  4. Source: #S437 Page: Page 297
  5. Source: #S221 Data: Text: Birth: About 1702 Of, North Kingston, Washington, Rhode Island CONT Birth: About 1691 Poss, North Kingston, Washington, Rhode Island CONT Birth: About 1692 , , New York CONT Birth: 1690 Of, North Kingston, Washington, Rhode Island CONT Birth: < 1690> <Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts>
  6. Source: #S371 Data: Text: born 1690/1692 in POSS, NORTH KINGSTON, RHODE ISLAND CONT FROM MARTHA (DOUGLASS) BITSON AND HER BROTHER DR. SIDNEY DOUGLASS OF WHITE CLOUD MICHIGAN CONT CONT TO DATE NO PLACE OF BIRTH OR ANCESTRY HAS BEEN FOUND FOR GEORGE DOUGLASS
  7. Source: #S434 Data: Text: born Bet. 1690 - 1692
  8. Source: #S320 Data: Text: George1 Douglass born about 1690-92 CONT To date no place of birth or ancestry has been Validated for George Douglass.
  9. Source: #S11 Data: Text: George built a home in 1737 which is still standing (1980)
  10. Source: #S320 Data: Text: George bought his first land in North Kingstown in 1737.
  11. Source: #S371 Data: Text: INFO FROM MOTHER OF GEORGE DOUGLASS CHATEAUGAY NY HE BUILT A HOME THERE (NORTH KINGSTON RHODE ISLAND) IN 1737 WHICH IS STILL STANDING [WRITTEN IN 1952] CONT CONT MARION NEWCOMB LETTER DATED APRIL 24, 1989 CONT CONT "..SEVERAL YEARS AGO, MY HUSBAND AND I WENT BACK TO RHODE ISLAND AND VISITED THE GEORGE DOUGLASS AND JOHN DOUGLASS HOUSES. HAVE YOU SEEN THEM? THEY ARE OCCUPIED BY FAMILIES, BUT THE HOUSES ARE MONITORED BY A TRUST FOR THE STATE OF RHODE ISLAND. IN OTHER WORDS, THEY ARE LIKE HISTORIC LANDMARKS. I WAS THRILLED TO SEE THEM. I WAS IN THE OLDEST ONE, DOWNSTAIRS ONLY. THE YOUNG COUPLE THERE, HE A DENTIST, I BELIEVE, ARE KEEPING THE HOUSE THE WAY IT WAS AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE. IT IS REALLY VERY LOVELY. THE OTHER HOUSE WAS BEING REMODELED WHEN I WAS THERE, AND THE OWNER DID NOT WISH FOR ME TO ENTER IT. THAT WAS ALL RIGHT, TOO. HE HAD PURCHASED IT FOR AN INVESTMENT; I AM SURE THAT HE RE-SOLD IT WITHOUT ANY PROBLEM..." CONT CONT FROM MARTHA (DOUGLASS) BITSON AND HER BROTHER DR. SIDNEY DOUGLASS OF WHITE CLOUD MICHIGAN CONT CONT BOUGHT HIS FIRST LAND IN NORTH KINGSTON IN 1737.
  12. Source: #S320 Data: Text: In Bates Collection of R.I. History it refers to A Taunton, Mass. Probate, Where George Douglass and wife Mary of North Kingstown, R.I., gave a receipt to their brother John Hathaway of Dartmouth, Mass. for a legacy from their father John Hathaway of Dartmouth, Mass. on Oct. 10, 1737.
  13. Source: #S371 Data: Text: FROM MARTHA (DOUGLASS) BITSON AND HER BROTHER DR. SIDNEY DOUGLASS OF WHITE CLOUD MICHIGAN CONT CONT IN BATES COLLECTION OF R. I. HISTORY IT REFERS TO TAUTON, MASS PROBATE--GEORGE DOUGLASS AND WIFE MARY OF NORTH KINGSTON, R. I. GAVE A RECEIPT TO THEIR BROTHER JOHN HATHAWAY OF DARTMOUTH, MASS FOR A LEGACY FROM THEIR FATHER JOHN HATHAWAY OF DARTMOUTH, MASS, ON OCT 10,. 1737
  14. Source: #S371 Data: Text: Info from Margaret Douglass, Mother of George Douglas of Chateaugay NY prepared in 1952 along with Dr. Ernest Douglass - in hand written form. CONT "George Douglas, Blacksmith, bought two acres of land in North Kingstown Feb 24, 1737."
  15. Source: #S320 Data: Text:  !Info from Margaret Douglass, Mother of George Douglas of Chateaugay NY CONT prepared in 1952 along with Dr. Ernest Douglass - in hand written form. CONT "George Douglas, Blacksmith, bought two acres of land in North Kingstown Feb CONT 24, 1737."
  16. Source: #S320 Data: Text: George Douglass built a house in North Kingstown, R.I. in 1738,which has been twice restored. The inside of the house remains much as it was in George's lifetime. Note:  !INFO FROM MOTHER OF GEORGE DOUGLASS CHATEAUGAY NY HE BUILT A HOME THERE (NORTH KINGSTON RHODE ISLAND) IN 1737 WHICH IS STILL STANDING [WRITTEN IN 1952] CONT !MARION NEWCOMB LETTER DATED APRIL 24, 1989 "..SEVERAL YEARS AGO, MY HUSBAND AND I WENT BACK TO RHODE ISLAND AND VISITED THE GEORGE DOUGLASS AND JOHN DOUGLASS HOUSES. HAVE YOU SEEN THEM? THEY ARE OCCUPIED BY FAMILIES, BUT THE HOUSES ARE MONITORED BY A TRUST FOR THE STATE OF RHODE ISLAND. IN OTHER WORDS, THEY ARE LIKE HISTORIC LANDMARKS. I WAS THRILLED TO SEE THEM. I WAS IN THE OLDEST ONE, DOWNSTAIRS ONLY. THE YOUNG COUPLE THERE, HE A DENTIST, I BELIEVE, ARE KEEPING THE HOUSE THE WAY IT WAS AS CONT MUCH AS POSSIBLE. IT IS REALLY VERY LOVELY. THE OTHER HOUSE WAS BEING REMODELED WHEN I WAS THERE, AND THE OWNER DID NOT WISH FOR ME TO ENTER IT. THAT WAS ALL RIGHT, TOO. HE HAD PURCHASED IT FOR AN INVESTMENT; I AM SURE THAT HE RE-SOLD IT WITHOUT ANY PROBLEM..."
  17. Source: #S320 Data: Text: George Douglass was a blacksmith.
  18. Source: #S371 Data: Text: BOOK BY MARTHA BITSON AND BROTHER DR. SIDNEY DOUGLASS OF WHITE CLOUD MICH "JOHN DOUGLASS WAS A BLACKSMITH AS WAS HIS FATHER. CONT FROM MARTHA (DOUGLASS) BITSON AND HER BROTHER DR. SIDNEY DOUGLASS OF WHITE CLOUD MICHIGAN CONT CONT GEORGE DOUGLASS WAS A BLACKSMITH...
  19. Source: #S320 Data: Text: His will is badly charred and names were dim but legible. Note:  !THEY HAD 8 CHILDREN, 4 BOYS ARE NAMED IN WILL CONT THE 4 GIRL'S NAMES OBLITERATED BY FIRE  !Info from Margaret Douglass, Mother of George Douglas of Chateaugay NY prepared in 1952 along with Dr. Ernest Douglass - in hand written form. "George Douglas, Blacksmith, bought two acres of land in North Kingstown Feb CONT 24, 1737." "George Douglas made a will Oct 15, 1754 which was probated Nov 11, 1754 in North Kingstown in which are mentioned sons, John, Arthur, George and Thomas, also four daughters whose names cannot be read. The real estate was willed to George and Thomas."
  20. Source: #S371 Data: Text: THEY HAD 8 CHILDREN, 4 BOYS ARE NAMED IN WILL CONT Info from Margaret Douglass, Mother of George Douglas of Chateaugay NY prepared in 1952 along with Dr. Ernest Douglass - in hand written form. CONT "George Douglas made a will Oct 15, 1754 which was probated Nov 11, 1754 in North Kingstown in which are mentioned sons, John, Arthur, George and Thomas, also four daughters whose names cannot be read. The real estate was willed to George and Thomas." CONT THE 4 GIRL'S NAMES OBLITERATED BY FIRE
  21. Source: #S371 Data: Text: Info from Margaret Douglass, Mother of George Douglas of Chateaugay NY prepared in 1952 along with Dr. Ernest Douglass - in hand written form. CONT "George Douglas made a will Oct 15, 1754 which was probated Nov 11, 1754 in North Kingstown in which are mentioned sons, John, Arthur, George and Thomas, also four daughters whose names cannot be read. The real estate was willed to George and Thomas."
  22. Source: #S257 Page: Page: 297 Data: Text: d. in North Kingston, RI between Oct 15 and Nov 11, 1754
  23. Source: #S437 Page: Page 297 Data: Text: d. in North Kingston, Rhode Island between Oct 15 and Nov 11, 1754
  24. Source: #S320 Data: Text: Died between Oct. 15, 1754 and Nov.1754 in North Kingstown, R.I.
  25. Source: #S221 Data: Text: Death: OCT 1754 CONT Death: Before 1790
  26. Source: #S371 Data: Text: died Oct 1754 in , NORTH KINGSTON, RHODE ISLAND
  27. Source: #S434 Data: Text: died October 1754
  28. Source: #S221 Data: Text: Spouse: Mary Hathaway CONT Marriage: About 1727 Of, North Kingston, Washington, Rhode Island CONT Marriage: About 1714 Dartmouth, , , Massachusetts CONT Marriage: About 1715 , , Massachusetts CONT Marriage: About 1714 , , Rhode Island CONT
  29. Source: #S320 Data: Text: He married Mary Hathaway about 1714 in Dartmouth, Mass. Note:  !Information confirmed by family history file from Mary V. Thune includes CONT marriage year 1714
  30. Source: #S371 Data: Text: married MARY HATHAWAY-592 about 1714 in DARTMOUTH, MASS CONT Information confirmed by family history file from Mary V. Thune includes marriage year 1714
  31. Source: #S434 Data: Text: married MARY HATHAWAY 1714
  32. Source: #S437 Page: Page 297 Data: Text: Mary Hathaway, daiughter of John Hathaway & his 1st wife Joanna (Pope), m., prob. in Dartmouth about 1714-1716, George Douglas ... no marriage record was found for Mary Hathaway and George Douglas ... however, the will of Mary's father, John Hathaway -- dated 1732 -- names daughter "Mary Duglas" ... receipts for inheritances from the estate were signed by Mary and George "Duggles" on 28 July 1733 and 10 October 1737
  33. Source: #S550 Data: Text: Marriage 1 Mary Hathaway b: 4 Jun 1694 in Dartmouth, Bristol, Massachusetts CONT CONT * Married: Abt 1727 2 3 CONT * Note: Possibly 3 other children: Ann, Mary and Hannah CONT * Change Date: 26 Nov 2007
  34. Source: #S320
  35. Canadian Society of Mayflower Descendants, http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~canms/corrections.html
  36. Source: #S641


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On 19 Aug 2017 at 03:37 GMT Chris Douglas wrote:

The Scottish had a naming pattern that generally went like this: The first son was named after the father’s father.

The second son after the mother’s father. The third son after the father. The first daughter after the mother’s mother. The second daughter after the father’s mother. The third daughter after the mother.

Perhaps this can help identify his father?



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