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If you have a story, biography or other contribution to the Douglas Archives, please pass on the details and explain the source. Stories bring genealogy to life. Please share yours. Many families have interesting ancestors whose story has gone untold, so if 'Uncle Billy' did something amazing, please share that knowledge.

 

Where you are contributing to a particular entry, then please ensure you refer to that page. If we cannot find it*, we cannot change it!

If you wish to stimulate debate, or challenge the content, then our Forum may be the place to do it.

 

It is assumed that information provided to the Douglas Archives is for publication and sharing with other researchers.

 

The Douglas Archives are very much work in progress.  Many pages remain incomplete; help with writing up will be particularly welcome.

 

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If you have met a brick wall with your research, then posting a notice in the Douglas Archives Forum may be the answer. Or, it may help you find the answer!

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We try to keep everyone up to date with new entries, via our What's New section on the home page.

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