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The Douglas Archives are built in three sections. You can read more about the Archives here>>>

Help with the History Section

Use the top menu, or the menu on the left, to navigate to different sections of the website, e.g. castles, battles, etc.

There are various ways to locate people:

  • Use the People link in the top menu to move to sub sections, e.g. by century, profession or family

  • Use the search box below the left menu.  Tip: Don't search using 'Douglas'!

  • Use the Biography finder in the column to the right, which is an index of first names.

  • The Lists can also be used.
  • Help with the Genealogy Section

    There are a couple of excellent help sections for other sites using TNG software that I can recommend:

  • http://royroyes.net/faq.php
  • http://iowa.shnw.net/~fosterfa/genealogy/HELP/index.htm

  • Help with the Community Network.

    View the short video on getting started and visit the Help Desk.

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