William Douglas (1610-1682)

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Dea. William Douglas was born 1610 in United Kingdom to Robert Douglas (c1588-1614) and Jean Ross (c1590-) and died 26 July 1682 in New London, New London County, Connecticut, United States of unspecified causes. He married Ann Mattle . Notable ancestors include Hugh Capet (c940-996), Charlemagne (747-814), Alfred the Great (849-899), Robert I of Scotland (1274-1329), Rurik (c832-879), William I of England (1027-1087), Henry II of England (1133-1189). Ancestors are from the United Kingdom, Scotland, France, Germany, Belgium, England, Russia, Ukraine, the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, Hungary, Belarus, Italy, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Turkey.


Offspring of Robert Douglas and Lady Jean Ross (1588-)
Name Birth Death Joined with
William Douglas (1610-1682) 1610 United Kingdom 26 July 1682 New London, New London County, Connecticut, United States Ann Mattle


Offspring of Dea. William Douglas and Ann Mattle  ¢
Name Birth Death Joined with
Ann Douglas (c1636-1691)
Robert Douglas (c1639-1716)
Elizabeth Douglas (1641-1711) 26 August 1641 Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, United States 23 July 1705 New London, New London County, Connecticut, United States John Chandler (1634-1703)

Sarah Douglas (1643-1689)
William Douglas (1645-1725)

Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
Ω Birth
₪ Wedding
¢ Children
  • The Douglas History site has the five children, saying the first two were born in the UK and the others were baptized in Boston in 1646/7 and that Elizabeth died in 1705. Several living people claim descent from one or more of the children.
  • The Chandler family. The descendants of William and Annis Chandler who settled in Roxbury, Mass., 1637
¶ Death


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