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Douglas roots in the state of Georgia

Started this discussion. Last reply by William Douglas Jul 22, 2016. 21 Replies

Hello,I am looking for more information about my ancestor's parents and was wondering if anyone had clues to help me out about George Logan Douglas born October 5, 1801 in South Carolina and died…Continue

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Beginning Family History Researcher
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I have always been interested in my family's genealogy, but as I got older I was able to gather more family papers and I have a subscription to
I am interested in connecting the dots from the line I have to the correct Scottish ancestor. Here is what I have so far:George Logan* Douglas 3gg (1801 - 1855)

is your 3rd great grandfather

Mary Ann Douglas 2gg (1837 - 1888)

daughter of George Logan* Douglas 3gg

Frances Missouri "Fannie" FEAGIN (1863 - 1932)

daughter of Mary Ann Douglas 2gg

Brantley Mettauer Johnson, MD (1895 - 1981)

son of Frances Missouri "Fannie" FEAGIN

(Geraldine) Lorraine Johnson (1929 - 2014)

daughter of Brantley Mettauer Johnson, MD (She is my mother).
I think Capt James Douglas is the next link born 4 April, 1773 Salisbury Mecklinburg County, North Carolina and died 16 June, 1845 Sumter, GA. I also suspect his father was Logan E. Douglas. If you are able to assist me I would be very grateful! Thank you

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