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William Douglas

 

Catherine (Kitty) Millar b. Abt 1758, Muthill, Crieff, PER, SCT, daughter of John and Catherine Millar, m. Abt 1779, William Douglas, b. 1753, DFS, SCT, occupation Farmer/Magistrate, d. 13 Feb 1835, Cherry Hill, Hillsborough, PEI, buried: Old St. Peters Harbour Cemetery, PEI. Catherine died Apr 1828, Cherry Hill, PEI, buried: Old St. Peters Harbour Cemetery, PEI. William came on the Lovely Nelly in 1775 from Kirkbean, Galloway.

Children:

i John A. Douglas b. 1780, m. 31 Jan 1804, Mary Ann Higgins

ii Thomas Douglas b. 1781, m. (1) 2 Feb 1804, Elizabeth (Betsy) Lawson, m. (2) Catherine Shaw, b. 1784

iii Robert Douglas.

iv William Douglas.

v Elizabeth Douglas.

vi James Douglas b. Abt 1784, m. 1810, Isabella Dingwell

vii Catherine Douglas b. Abt 1793, m. 1 Aug 1811, David MacEwen, (Brother to James)

viii Helen (Ellen) Douglas b. 1796, m. Abt 1813, James MacEwen (brother to David),

ix David Douglas b. 1798, m. Mary Shaw

x George Douglas b. Abt 1800, m. 7 Mar 1832, Jane Coffin

 

John Millar and family came to Stanhope, PEI from the Parish of Muthill, near Crieff, Perthshire on the Falmouth in 1770.  John Millar Sr. b. Abt 1730, Muthill, Crieff, PER, SCT, occupation Farmer, m. Abt.1757, in SCT, Catherine McIvor, b. Abt 1735. John died Aft 1807, Stanhope, PEI.

 

David and James MacEwen's parents travelled on the Falmouth.  It appears that they married in Amerca.


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