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1833 Born in Kelso
 
1833 Born in Kelso
  
1871 Living at 5 Redcroft, Bristol: [[John Douglas (1833-1874)|John Douglas]] (age 38 born Scotland), Engineer and Machine Maker (Master employing 3 men and 3 boys). With his wife Mary Douglas (age 36 born Alnwick) and their six children; Jane Douglas (age 14 born Newcastle); William Douglas]] (age 12 born Newcastle); John Douglas (age 8 born St. George, Glos); [[Edwin Douglas]] (age 6 born Bristol); Arthur Douglas (age 3 born Bristol); and Catherine Douglas (age 9 months born Bristol). Also a boarder Herbert Vinnel (age 16 born Somerset). Engine Fitter.<ref>1871 Census</ref>
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1871 Living at 5 Redcroft, Bristol: [[John Douglas (1833-1874)|John Douglas]] (age 38 born Scotland), Engineer and Machine Maker (Master employing 3 men and 3 boys). With his wife Mary Douglas (age 36 born Alnwick) and their six children; Jane Douglas (age 14 born Newcastle); [[William Douglas]] (age 12 born Newcastle); John Douglas (age 8 born St. George, Glos); [[Edwin Douglas]] (age 6 born Bristol); Arthur Douglas (age 3 born Bristol); and Catherine Douglas (age 9 months born Bristol). Also a boarder Herbert Vinnel (age 16 born Somerset). Engine Fitter.<ref>1871 Census</ref>
  
 
1874 December 20th. Died in Bristol. Of 5 Redcross Street. Engineer and Machine Maker. Probate to his widow Mary.
 
1874 December 20th. Died in Bristol. Of 5 Redcross Street. Engineer and Machine Maker. Probate to his widow Mary.

Latest revision as of 13:59, 27 April 2018

John Douglas (1833-1874)

1833 Born in Kelso

1871 Living at 5 Redcroft, Bristol: John Douglas (age 38 born Scotland), Engineer and Machine Maker (Master employing 3 men and 3 boys). With his wife Mary Douglas (age 36 born Alnwick) and their six children; Jane Douglas (age 14 born Newcastle); William Douglas (age 12 born Newcastle); John Douglas (age 8 born St. George, Glos); Edwin Douglas (age 6 born Bristol); Arthur Douglas (age 3 born Bristol); and Catherine Douglas (age 9 months born Bristol). Also a boarder Herbert Vinnel (age 16 born Somerset). Engine Fitter.[1]

1874 December 20th. Died in Bristol. Of 5 Redcross Street. Engineer and Machine Maker. Probate to his widow Mary.

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  1. 1871 Census