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Deacon Isaac Douglas

 

Deacon Isaac DouglasBorn in Troy, Michegan, on 25 May 1830.


Son of Nathan, grandson of Caleb, great-grandson of John.

  • Studied dentistry with his elder brother, Caleb
  • Studied at the Homeopathetic Medical college, Cleveland, Ohio.
  • Member of the Michegan Dental Association, and of the Michegan Homeopathetic Institute.
  • Dr Douglas became a member of the Baptist Church in Troy in Feb 1844, where he became a Deacon.
  • He changed to the Congregational Church in Romeo.
  • In 1876, he joined the Sons of Temperance.
  • In 1877, he became a member of the Knights of Honor.



    He married, 2 Oct 1852, Elizabeth Clark, who, with her parents, emigrated from Bedford, England, in 1834. They were shipwrecked off New York harbour, losing everything but their lives.

    Dr Douglas and Elizabeth had 4 children:
  • Mary Frances, b 19 Jun 1854, unm; teacher
  • Emma Rebecca, b 15 May 1856. d 18 Aug 1856, and twins,
  • William Wilkinson Clark, b 18 Apr 1866
  • Elizabeth Clark, b 18 Apr 1866

 

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