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Index of first names

Buildings named Douglas House

in England

Douglas House, Petersham, London

iin the United States
  • C. F. Douglas House, Norridgewock, Maine, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Somerset County, Maine
  • Bennink-Douglas Cottages, Cambridge, Massachusetts, NRHP-listed - built in 1874 as a speculative venture by Gerritt Bennink and William Douglas
  • Douglas House (Florissant, Missouri), listed on the NRHP in Missouri
  • Douglas House (Harbor Springs, Michigan), a white building designed by Richard Meier - built for Jim and Jean Douglas in 1973.
  • Douglas House (Lovells Township, Michigan), NRHP-listed - built by Thomas E. Douglas, The Douglas House is also known as the Douglas Hotel or the North Branch Outing Club
  • Douglas House (Omaha), Nebraska, a former hotel
  • Douglas House (Sontag, Mississippi), listed on the NRHP in Mississippi
  • Douglas House (Vaughn, Arkansas), listed on the NRHP in Arkansas
  • George B. Douglas House, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, listed on the NRHP in Linn County, Iowa
  • George Douglas House, North Kingstown, Rhode Island, NRHP-listed - George Douglas, or Douglass, was born before 1692 in North Kingston, Washington Co. Rhode Island. He married Mary Hathaway about 1714 in Dartmouth, Mass. They had nine children, incluing John, below.
    He died about October 15, 1754 in North Kingston, Washington Co. Rhode Island.
  • H. T. Douglas Mansion and Garage, Shawnee, Oklahoma, listed on the NRHP in Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma
  • Hiram Douglas House, Ooltewah, Tennessee, listed on the NRHP in Hamilton County, Tennessee
  • Hugh Bright Douglas House, Fayetteville, Tennessee, listed on the NRHP in Lincoln County, Tennessee
  • J. O. Douglas House, Dunedin, Florida, NRHP-listed - J.O. Douglas also owned a general store. It was he (with James Somerville) who named the town in memory of his native Scotland.
  • John Douglas House, North Kingstown, Rhode Island, apparently NRHP-listed. John is son of George, above.
  • John Douglas House, built c.1759, is listed on the NRHP in Sterling Hill Historic District, Plainfield, Connecticut
  • John B. and Ketura (Kettie) Douglas House, Tyler, Texas, listed on the NRHP in Smith County, Texas
  • John S. Douglas House, Uniontown, Pennsylvania, NRHP-listed
  • Lewis Douglas House, Phoenix, Arizona, listed on the NRHP in Phoenix County, Arizona - probably home of Lewis W. Douglas.
  • S. M. Douglas House, Mansfield, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Richland County, Ohio
  • Smith and Douglas Family Houses, Cassville, Georgia, listed on the NRHP in Bartow County, Georgia
  • Walter Douglas House, Bisbee, Arizona, listed on the NRHP in Cochise County, Arizona


    Douglass House:

    in the United States
  • James S. and Melquides E. Douglass House,Florence, Arizona, listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in Pinal County, Arizona
  • George Douglass House is a historic home and store building located in Amity Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania
  • Douglass Summer House, Highland Beach, Maryland, listed on the NRHP in Anne Arundel County, Maryland - built in 1894-95 by Major Charles Douglass, son of Frederick Douglass
  • Alfred Douglass House, Brookline, Massachusetts, listed on the NRHP in Norfold County, Massachusetts - built in 1910 by Alfred Douglass, a retired New York merchant
  • Douglass House (Houghton, Michigan), listed on the NRHP in Houghton County, Michigan - named for Lydia Douglass(1).
  • Robert L. Douglass House, Fallon, Nevada, listed on the NRHP in Churchill County, Nevada - Banker, businessman, and later, Nevada State Senator (1907-11), Robert L Douglass built this house in 1904.
  • Frederick Douglass House, now The  Frederick Douglass National Historic Site, administered by the National Park Service, is lin Anacostia, in Southeast Washington, D.C..
  • Douglass House (Trenton, New Jersey), listed on the NRHP in Mercer County, New Jersey
    John Douglass House, Kirkwood, Pennsylvania, listed on the NRHP in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - Timothy Douglass was patented a large tract of land in 1737. In 1765, his son, John, inherited the tract and by 1769 had erected a stone dwelling referred to today as the Governor William C. Sproul birthplace
  • Douglass-Reams House, Franklin, Tennessee, listed on the NRHP in Williamson County, TennesseeHouse, Gallatin, Tennessee, listed on the NRHP in Sumner County, Tennessee
  • Samuel Douglass House, Payson, Utah, listed on the NRHP in Utah County, Utah - Samuel Douglass was a native pioneer of Utah and for many years a prominent merchant of Payson, Utah
  • Douglass-Stevenson House, Fontana, Wisconsin, listed on the NRHP in Walworth County, Wisconsin

 

 

 

Notes:
1.  Lydia Douglass, b. 10 Dec 1780, married Judge Jacob Houghton. Among their 9 children was Douglass Houghton. Douglass Houghton was, among other things, the State Geologist for the State of Michigan and is given great credit for mapping the extent of the copper ore deposits in the Keweenaw Peninsula of Michigan that extends out into Lake Superior. This set off decades of mining. A great deal of wealth was made from the mining and smelting of the copper ore.

Lydia married Daniel Douglass, b. 22 May 1752, whose line of descent (backwards) is: Robert Douglass, b. 28 Dec 1705; Thomas Douglass, b. 15 May 1679; Robert Douglas, b. abt 1639; William Douglas, b. abt 1609.

Lydia's father was William Douglas, b. 01 Jan 1707/08, then Richard Douglas, b. 19 Jul 1682; then William Douglas, b..01 April 1645; then William Douglas, b. abt 1609.




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