James Hardie-Douglas

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James Hardie-Douglas was the Polish ambassador in China in 1910.


Hardie-Douglas family derive from Scottish settlers who came to polish Gdansk in XVIIth century.

James Hardie-Douglas, the Polish Ambassador in China in 1910, had a brother, Edward, a sister Sophia and two further siblings.

It appears the Zophia (Sophia) married Mr Januszewska. This is probably Jeszy Januszewska (or Januszewski) who was co-author of testimony 301-6045; during the occupation a member of the Resistance Movement, collaborated with the Jewish Military Union (ZZW), in charge of the 'Passport Section', where Waclaw Kosek was active, which was confirmed by Janusewski in his testimony; at the moment of writing a member of the Society of Fighters for Freedom and Democracy (Zwiazek Bojownikow o Wolnosc i Demokracje, ZBoWiD), lived at Grochowska Street No. 240, flat 99 in Warsaw.

I have found no children from this marriage.

James married Anastazja Kochalewicz and they had 3 children, Joanna, Irena and Jakub who all married and had children.

James's great grandson, Jerzy Hardie-Douglas is Mayor of Szczecinka.


 

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