Douglas Family in South Africa

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Adam Thompson Douglas, d1870
Alasdair Sholto-Douglas, b1960
Anne Douglas,  b. 1948
Arthur Douglas,1843-1925
Bishop Gerald Douglas, 1875-1934
Bishop Henry Alexander Douglas 1821-1875
Douglas, Northern Cape
Douglasdale, South Africa
Dr. Charles James Douglas, 1856-1943
Florence Douglas, 1855-1905
Frances Sholto-Douglas, b1996
Francis Wingfield "Frank" Douglass, 1875–1972)
General Sir Charles Horsley Douglas, 1815-1940
Heatherton Towers, Kwandwe
Hector Douglas, 1874-1935
Ian Douglas, living 2010
Ian Rory Douglas, b1961
Ivor Douglas, pastor
James B. Douglas, abt 1821-2009
James Sholto Gordon Douglas, b1872
John Douglas of South Africa
Lt James Henry Douglas ( - 1879)
Major General Sir Robert Percy Douglas, 1804-1891
Major Sholto W. Douglas, killed 1914
Marriages in South Africa
Paul Douglas, living 2015
Rear-admiral Peter John Douglas 1787 - 1858
Rev Robert Gresley Douglas, 1862 -
Rev. Hon. Henry Douglas B bef 1848
Sholto-Douglas Family of South Africa
Tania Douglas, living 2010
The Douglas-Haw family of South Africa
The Venerable Hamilton Douglas-Hamilton 1853 - 1929
Thomas Douglas, died 1939

•  Mr. Benjamin Douglas, c/o Union Steamship Company, Cape Town, South Africa elected as the representatives of the Institute on the Council of The Institution of Mining Engineers.  Mr. Thos. Douglas was already a member
•  Col Rod Douglas and his sister Marjorie were founder members of the Johannesburg Light Plane Club at Baragwanath c1927
•  The senior male Douglas descendant of Sgt John Douglas left (still alive in 2017) lives in in South Africa.
•  Rev William Magee Douglas (1854-1940) was a Methodist minister / missionary from Ireland who settled in South Africa. Rev Douglas was the grandson of Rev William Douglas, an early Methodist Minister in Ireland and grandfather of Bishop William Desmond Douglas, Missionary in Nigeria and Bishop of the Church of England in S A (Transvaal). His brothers, Charles Henry and Albert Edward were also in South Africa.

• Royal Albert for Table Bay. 26th Emmigrant ship to the Cape. Embarked passengers at Southampton on 24th December 1860. Ship sailed 25th December 1860 from Southampton. (signed) W.Field. Total 224 Souls, 184 adults and 40 children.

DOUGLAS, Thos D.     M 31 Married;  Blacksmith & horse Shoer
DOUGLAS, Margaret  F 26 Married
DOUGLAS, Richard     M 3
DOUGLAS, Christina  F Infnt

Thomas David Douglass (b. 19 May 1829, bap. June 1829, d. 26 February 1891]: father Charles William, mother Christian Reid, Dunkeld, Perth, Scotland]] [blacksmith and wagonmaker – LIKE son]

•  Jean DOUGLAS b: Abt. 1866 in Melbourne, Australia, d: 1919 in South Africa married Norman Dallas "Norrie" FORBES b: Abt. 1861 Jamaica d: Abt. 1928 South Africa
•  In July 1857, John Douglas is listed as a shopkeeper on the High Street in Grahamstown.
•  DOUGLAS – HANKINSON. The marriage took place in Durban last Saturday (?8 June 1940) of Miss Armorel HANKINSON, only daughter of Mr and Mrs J.H. HANKINSON, to Mr Gordon DOUGLAS, son of Mrs Douglas and the late Rev. Dr. R.B. DOUGLAS.
•  DOUGLAS-JONES. Passed peacefully away on the 13th March, 1940, Alfred Thomas, beloved husband of Ethel Constance DOUGLAS-JONES. Service in St John’s Church, Walmer, this (Thursday) afternoon at 3 o’clock.  Mayor of Walmer which, at the time, was a town on the outskirts of Port Elizabeth 1932-33.
•  Cuthbert Sholto Douglas, Surveyor General, Transvaal [pdf}

See also:
•  Douglas Colliery
•  Douglasdale
•  Douglas, Northern Cape
•  Douglas marriages in South Africa - part 1
•  Douglas marriages in South Africa - part 2
•  Entries in the genealogy database

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