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??Blackmill in Cromar??

 

John Douglas, son of Archibald, 2nd of Glenbervie,  was the ancestor of Douglas of Cruixton, Quarrelholes and Blackmill/Blackmiln. Amongst his children was Thomas, a merchant in Aberdeen.

 

Thomas married Bridget, daughter of John Forbes of Abernethy.  Amongst their children was William Douglas of Blackmiln, born 21 Dec 1606.

 

This William (d 18 March 1679) was minister at Midmar, father of Robert of Blackmiln (d April 1724), in the parish of Logie-Colston. 

 

Francis Douglas (bap. 1719, d. c.1790) a printer, author and publisher in Aberdeen, was the 3rd son of Robert Douglas of Blackmiln .

 

 

 

 

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