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201 of College Park Phillips, Andy (I168873)
 
202 of Crookdake/Crookdale

Source: Some Bishop's Transcripts of Cumberland, England
Bishops' Transcripts of Allhallows Parish, Cumberland, 1663 - 1837
Internet site: http://www.reayw.freeserve.co.uk/alltran.htm#p20
"BAPTISMS: 1763/4
March 23, 1764, Betty Lows daughter of William Lows of King-gate--Anneis listed directly under this date--so, Anne Douglass would be born in1764 not 1763 as I had first listed her. This was pointed out byanother Douglass researcher--"Dottie" on 02 December 2008 per e-mail.
March 29, Anne Douglass daughter of Willoughby Douglass of Leesrigg.
BURIALS: 1769/70
February 24, 1766, Anne daughter of Willoughby Douglass of Leesrigg."
[c.2007, Transcribed SLJuhl RNBSC, Compiler & Family Genealogist;sljuhl1234@yahoo.com]
Please check this: BIRT: CONC Scotland 
Douglas, Anne (Du Duglas) (I6822)
 
203 of Eugene Douglas, Judy (I32008)
 
204 of Gask, Gaval and Clermiston
Possibly Lt in voluntary cavalry unit in 1797 together with Sir Walter Scott
Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer to the Exchequer for Scotland.

Clermiston, a neat modern house, the property of G. Robinson, Esq. 
Robinson, George (I267416)
 
205 of Heddington, Wiltshire (clothier) Child, Robert (I173481)
 
206 of Launceston, Tasmania

Onslow Gordon Douglas was born at Westbury, Tasmania, on 4 Aug 1861 and was christened at the Westbury Methodist Church on 5 August 1862. He was the twelfth child of Roddam Hulke Douglas (1817-1902) and his wife Mary Selina Langslow (1822-1895). Onslow was educated at Horton College, Ross. In 1880 he was articled to the firm of solicitors Douglas and Collins. In 1885 he was admitted to the Bar and in 1890 became a partner in his uncle's firm.

In his younger days Onslow played football and cricket. He was a member of numerous groups including the Northern Athletic Association, Northern Cricket Association and Horticultural Society. Onslow married Kate Frith on 11 Mar 1885 at St George's Church, Battery Point. They had three children, all born in Launceston: Roderick in 1885, Greta in 1891 and Colin in 1894. Onslow died on 17 Sep 1943 in Melbourne, Victoria. 
Douglas, Onslow Gordon (I32952)
 
207 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Archer, Anthony (I32796)
 
208 of Liverpool Rotherham, William (I169674)
 
209 of Lochnabo House, Elgin, co Moray, scion of the Barons Glenconner, chairman of Grampian Television for over 20 years, Tennant, Capt. Sir Iain KT (I168630)
 
210 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lowes, Anthony (I104513)
 
211 of London, W8 Coaten, David (I34288)
 
212 of Murfreesboro, Tenn. Douglas, Suzanne (I167859)
 
213 of Patience Close, Steventon, Hants Fairburn, Capt Sydney George MC (I22793)
 
214 of Philadelphia Watmough, Margaretta (I28052)
 
215 of Port Glasgow - this may have something to do with sugar??? Douglas, Robert (I3795)
 
216 of Provanside, Glasgow, Scotland Steven, Alexander (I169376)
 
217 of Rookesbury, co. Hampshire Garnier, George Charles (I168173)
 
218 of the City of Dublin Bermingham, James (I171755)
 
219 of the Scilly Islands Worsell, Captain Thomas (I170366)
 
220 of The Villages, Florida, previously of Park Hills and Bonne Terre, Missouri.

He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Park Hills, Missouri; Elvins Ionic Lodge 154 A.F.&A.M. of Desloge; and a Lifetime member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He volunteered for 18 plus years at the Park Hills Senior Center, which he truly loved. He enjoyed being involved in his community serving in the past on the Board of Commissioners for the County Road District and the Board for the Senior Apartments of Elvins. He served for three years in World War II in the Navy on board the USS Colorado. He retired after 39 years from the Valley Mineral (Dolomite) Company. He served as President and Financial Secretary for Local 618 United Steel Workers.

He was pre-deceased by a step-daughter, Diane O'Brien

Survived by Wife, Jeanne (Holloway-Johnson) Douglas of Park Hills; Son, Gregory and wife Anita Douglas of LaSalle, IL; Daughters, Jean Ann Williams of Desloge and Susan and husband Rich Gapen of The Villages, FL. Two Step-Sons, Denny and wife Carla Johnson and Dave and wife Alberta Johnson of Park Hills and one Step-Daughter, Denise and husband Jack Marler of Farmington. One brother, Ola and wife Helen Douglas of Bonne Terre; Seven Grandchildren, Todd (Stacy) Williams of Chesterfield, Sara Woods of Bonne Terre; Terri Douglas of Farmington, Brad (Trescha) Terry of Jefferson City, Anne Williams of St. Louis, Michael Douglas of Farmington and Brett DeClue of Potosi; Five Great-Grandchildren; Step-Grandchildren and numerous Nieces, Nephews and Friends.
 
Douglas, Homer A. Douglas “Tom” (I169529)
 
221 of the Waxhaw Settlement. Douglass, George (I601930)
 
222 of Winchester, Harris, John (I171925)
 
223 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Douglas, James B. (I168869)
 
224 On the 1881 census he was listed as a boarder in the home of Mary Blatchford, at 39 Parr Street, Exeter, St. Sidwell, Devonshire, England. He was 26 and was unmarried. Lorimer, William (I172755)
 
225 On the 1881 census she was listed in the home of her parents at 59 Fore Street, Totnes, Devonshire, England: Jane Lorimer, daughter, unmarried, age 22, no occupation, born Totnes, Devonshire. Lorimer, Jane (I172754)
 
226 owned Rokeby in Leesburg. During the burning of Washington in 1814, the U.S. National treasures (the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Articles of Conferation) were housed in the vault in the basement of their estate. Binns, Charles (I104158)
 
227 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Gordon-Lennox, Maj.-Gen. Bernard Charles (I32417)
 
228 Pamela Brunel Cohen's research 'The Cohen & Levy Family In England & Australia 1660-1990' was .privately published in 1990 Brunel-Cohen, Pamela (I170004)
 
229 Perhaps the Miss Middlemore who died at Nottingham "after a long and painful illness," in January,1806. Middlemore, Elizabeth (I28179)
 
230 PLAC Bombay, India
SOUR @S-1242409016@
_APID 1,2997::145482749
 
Marsland, Donald Bryden (I166665)
 
231 PLAC Bombay, India
SOUR @S-1242409016@
_APID 1,2997::145482750
 
Hann, Irene Gwendoline (I166653)
 
232 Prime minister of of Dominica

 
Douglas, Roosevelt (Rosie) Bertrand (I32100)
 
233 Prince Rupprecht was the eldest son of Ludwig III, the last King of Bavaria, and of Archduchess Maria Theresia of Austria-Este, niece of Duke Francis V of Modena. He also had a claim, through his mother, to be the Jacobite heir to the thrones of England, Ireland, Scotland and France, as Robert I and IV. Bavaria, Rupprecht Crown Prince of (I91724)
 
234 Prior & Canon of the Chaux, near Cuisery. Douglas, Charles Lionnel (I104394)
 
235 Provost of Inverness in 1692 Duff, William (I171455)
 
236 Prussian Haas-Heye, Ottora (I5737)
 
237 Rachel Douglis PENNANT Household
Female

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Other Information:
Birth Year <1875>
Birthplace London Chesham St, London, Middlesex, England
Age 6
Occupation Scholar
Marital Status
Head of Household George Shelts Geo. D. PENNANT
Relation Niece
Disability

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Source Information:
Dwelling Wicken Park House
Census Place Wicken, Northampton, England
Family History Library Film 1341371
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 1538 / 40
Page Number 7 
Douglas-Pennant, Rachel (I833)
 
238 Rector at Sonning, Berkshire, England Beresford, Rev William (I33116)
 
239 Reigned as Empress of Russia from 1725 until her death. Russia, Catherine I Empress of (I81055)
 
240 Rev. William James DOUGLAS was born on 5 May 1896 to Butler Co., Kentucky. He served in the military between 1917 and 1919 in European Theater, World War I. He served in the 80th Division, 318th Infantry. His military record describes him as 5'11" tall with blue eyes and black hair. He was Baptist, Ordained in 1937 in 1924 in Edmonson Co., Kentucky. He was known as the Rev. Willie J. Douglas Douglas, Rev. William James (I112980)
 
241 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mancroft, Hon Victoria (I169289)
 
242 scion of the Scots gentry family MUNRO OF FOULIS and of the MUNRO OF FOULIS OBSDALE Bts and the gentry family GASCOIGNE of Sanders Gascoigne, Maj Robert Clifton (I169428)
 
243 second daughter and co-heiress of Sir Abraham Pitchess, knt, Pitches, Peggy (I78916)
 
244 Senator as Lord Edzell Lindsay, Sir David (I61679)
 
245 Senator of the College of Justice, was served his heir, confirmed in a Precept from Chancery dated 4 May 1596. Although he married in 1597, Helen Lumsden, he died between 1630 \endash 1642 with no issue. He settled Whittingehame upon his niece Isobel's husband, Sir Arthur Douglas, Knt., a grandson of William Douglas, 6th Earl of Morton. Douglas, Sir Archibald (of Whittinghame) (I70095)
 
246 She is an ancestor (via her illegitimate daughter Eliza Courtney) of Sarah, Duchess of York. She is also related to Diana, Princess of Wales, who was her great-great-grandniece. Spencer, Georgina (Duchess of Devonshire) (I58564)
 
247 She is commonly known as Kitty Pakenham.

Upon this return from the Hanover Expedition in 1805, Wellesley received good news; owing to his new title and status, Kitty Pakenham's family had consented to his marrying her. Wellesley and Kitty were married in Dublin on 10 April 1806. The marriage would later prove to be unsatisfactory and the two would spend years apart while Wellesley was campaigning. Kitty grew depressed, while Wellesley found solace elsewhere. However the marriage produced two sons, Arthur, in 1807, and Charles, in 1808. They lived apart for most of the time and occupied separate rooms in the house when they were together. Her brother, Edward "Ned" Pakenham, served under Wellesley throughout the Peninsular War and Wellesley's regard for him helped to smooth his relations with Kitty, until Ned Pakenham's death at the Battle of New Orleans in 1815. 
Pakenham., Catherine Sarah Dorothea (I171129)
 
248 She made a will 30 Sep 1863. The following is an extract of the genealogical information found in Sally's will. The will itself was found in the 1990s in an old book at the Schuyler Co. courthouse and was transcribed and put on a web page at http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyschuyl/oldwills2.htm (as of March 2000):

"HURD Sally 30sep1863 - 30nov 1863 Village of Watkins, Schuyler - Husb Milo Hurd, son Bradford prop in Pa - exec son Milo & son Orlando - wit S S Rood & W W Starkey "

Sally Cass and Milo Hurd had the following children:

child 1305 i. William7 Hurd.

child + 1306 ii. Orlando Hurd was born 12 May 1820.

child 1307 iii. Jeanette Hurd was born 25 May 1822.(1216) Jeanette died 24 Nov 1898 at 76 years of age.(1217) Her body was interred Nov 1898 in Watkins, Schuyler, NY, Glenwood Cemetery.(1218)

child 1308 iv. Bradford C. Hurd was born in Steuben, NY about 1832. A banker by trade. 
Case, Sally (I134382)
 
249 She was a Queen consort of Bavaria and a Jacobite pretender as Mary IV and III.

She was the niece and heir of the childless Francis V, Duke of Modena, Jacobite pretender to the thrones of England and Scotland; as such, Jacobites styled her Queen Mary IV and III after his death in 1875. Her son Rupprecht, Crown Prince of Bavaria inherited the Jacobite claim. 
Austria-Este, Maria Theresia (Archduchess of Austria-Este) (I27566)
 
250 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Douglas, Charlotte Rose (I171406)
 

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