Douglases in Latin America

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A.F. Douglas, born 1854, died Buenos Ayres in 1871
Adam Douglas, youngest son of Adam T. Douglas from Moneylaws(1), died in Buenos Ayres on 13 April 1871
Agnes Case Douglas, daughter of Colin Douglas in Demerara(2), married John Torbet, a surgeon in Paisley, in Limehouse, London, on 21 July 1828
Andrew Douglas, a merchant in Surinam, inventory 21 January 1706 New York
Colin Douglas died in Demerara on 27 February 1827
Hugh Douglas, merchant in Demerara, co-owner of the Nancy of Glasgow, 1799
James Douglas, second son of James Douglas, accountant of the Commercial Bank in Edinburgh, died in Paramaribo, Surinam, 7 November 1874
Robert Douglas, a sugar planter in Demerara, cnf(3) 1868 Edinburgh
Robert Douglas, a sugar planter on Better Hope Estate, Demerara, died at 25 India Street, Edinburgh, on 26 April 1826, cnf 1864 Edinburgh
Robert Douglas, in Honduras, marrid Margaret, daughter of William Watson of Abbotsinch, in Hutchestown on 45 October 1813
Robert Douglas, born in Aberdeen around 1745, settled in the West Indies and on the mosquito Shore for 50 years, former Treasurer of the English settlement on the Bay of Honduras, died Hutchestown, Glasgow, during 1827

Notes:
1. Moneylaws - a sugar estate, or a location in the Scottish Borders?
2. Demarara is now in Guyana
3. cnf ???

See also:
Douglases in the West Indies




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