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1 "Douglass Heritage" by Stuart Bunn (2002) states;
Kate never married.
She lived at home with her parents and helped on the farm.
She stayed on with her mother for 25 years after her father died.
After her mother died she spent her last years living with her brother and sister-in-law, Robert & Sheila on the farm which is now owned by James (Jimmy) Duncan. 
DUNCAN, CATHERINE "KATE" (I1849)
 
2 "Douglass Heritage" by Stuart Bunn (20020 states;
James lived at home with his parents at "Hilltop Farm".
He farmed and cut posts with his brother and was a very good violinist.
He died 1903 of a brain tumour aged 27 years. 
DUNCAN, JAMES (I1852)
 
3 About 1880, after nine children, Jessie was deserted by her husband, David Aitchison.

 
DOUGLASS, JANET MCINTOSH "JESSIE" (I559)
 
4 Accidentally Killed MEEHAN, JAMES HENRY (I1171)
 
5 According to 1905 Cyclopedia, Nixon was trained as a ships carpenter. He arrived at Lyttleton, Canterbury, NZ, by the ship Matoaka in 1861.  DUNCAN, NIXON (I1848)
 
6 According to Trudy McNamara;
Harry was a NZ Rail stationmaster and was based in many Otago stations including Kurow.
He contracted pneumonia at age 20 at Trentham military camp. He late developed TB which caused his death at age 40. 
MEEHAN, HENRY "HARRY" (I65)
 
7 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I509)
 
8 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I916)
 
9 Annie arrived at Bluff, NZ with her family on 26 Nov 1875 aboard "Peter Denny"
Anne was 14 years old at the time. 
WOODNORTH, ANN ELIZABETH "ANNIE" (I1182)
 
10 Anthony Joseph Duggan was a schoolteacher at the time of his marriage to Isa McWilliam. DUGGAN, ANTONY JOSEPH (I734)
 
11 Archibald died at the age of six months of bronchitis. DUNCAN, ARCHIBALD (I1850)
 
12 Archibald Douglass arrived at Port Chalmers 29th April 1858 on the "Strathfieldsaye" with his ten children ranging in age from 5 to 22 years.They had been 3 months at sea from Glasgow after setting sail on 21st January 1858.
His wife Amelia had died aboard on 25th February 1858. 
DOUGLASS, ARCHIBALD (I100)
 
13 Archibald was nearly 4 years old when his father died and Grace had just turned 3. Family F28
 
14 Archibald was of the Haughs of Tulemet , Carse O'Gowrie , near the River Tay and Amelia was of Perth , Scotland. The McIntosh family were city folk , some of whom held senior positions in the railways. DOUGLASS, ARCHIBALD (I100)
 
15 Arrived in NZ 1878? at age 18? - (16 years in NZ at death 12.06.1894) BROWNE, MARY ANNE "ANNIE" "MARIAN" (I1170)
 
16 At his death in August 1938 he was 60 years in new Zealand.
He therefore came to NZ around 1878. 
MEEHAN, JOHN (I1161)
 
17 At the time of her death, Christina was a widow living at South Hampton Street, Christchurch. CARMICHAEL, CHRISTINA de YOUNG (I223)
 
18 Barbara & William married 31 January 1938.
Barbara was aged 65 years.
William was aged about 70 years
No children from this marriage. 
Family F590
 
19 Barbara died 10 years after the marriage at the age of 44. Family F247
 
20 Barbara was a widow aged 34 with two children - Archibald aged 9 and Grace aged 8 Family F247
 
21 Born Leswalt (30 Mar 1851 Census lodging aged 20 with his sister, Grace aged 17) ??
Grace born 21 Sep 1831 - 20 Sep 1832 Doesn't quite stack up ???...
John, Settler to New Zealand
Native of Scotland - 7 years in NZ therefore arrived 1859 ??
This conflicts with "Douglass Book" page 46 which states he arrived on "Gil Blas" in 1855
Died at Dunedin 1 September 1866 aged 35 (therefore born between 2 Sep 1830 - 1 Sep 1831) 
McWILLIAM, JOHN (I98)
 
22 Captain, 27th Squadron, Royal Flying Corps. JOHNSTONE, MELVILLE (I1736)
 
23 Catherine never married.
"Douglass Heritage" by Stuart Bunn (1992) states;
About 1897 she leased a small farm of 38 acres at Duncan Road.

In 1917 she leased a section in Monmouth Street, Hampden and purchased the title in 1919.

 
DOUGLASS, CATHERINE (I566)
 
24 Coach Builder
Last Address; 5 Chapel Street, Dunedin  
BROWN, AUGUSTUS "GUS" (I2815)
 
25 Coroners Finding;
Retired Farmer - Died from fractures of the skull and brain injuries sustained when he was struck by a motorcar driven by Robin Craig Watson on Elles Road, Invercargill earlier the same evening. 
MEEHAN, PATRICK (I1176)
 
26 David is buried with his sister, Jessie, who was deserted by her husband David Aitchison around 1880 and who died 1909
 
DOUGLASS, ARCHIBALD (I563)
 
27 Death Date from NZ BDM BUNGARD, BABY (I3172)
 
28 Deceased SULLIVAN, JOHN (I2117)
 
29 Described in DCC Cemetery records as;
Occupation;- Dairy Farmer
Native of;- Scotland
Years in NZ;- 18 (Therefore arrived in NZ 1858)
Last Address; - Sandymount, Dunedin
Place Died;- Dunedin 
MCTAINSH, PETER (I3379)
 
30 Died KNOX, JOHN (I484)
 
31 Died aged 24 ? EVANS, CARL (I2113)
 
32 Died at 11:15am 13.10.1886 aged 88 years
1 Rosevale Place, Inch, Stranraer
Widow of Alexander McWilliam, Farmer
Daughter of Alexander McGeoch, Farmer (deceased)
Daughter of Janet McGeoch nee Milroy (deceased)
Cause of Death - Senile Decay
Informant;- Alex McWilliam, Son, of 15 Rosevale Place, Partick 
MCGEOCH, GRACE (I780)
 
33 Died at 5 weeks of age GEOFFREY, JOHN JOSEPH (I1085)
 
34 Died at Dunedin Public Hospital
Last address; 41 Edgar Street, Dunedin
Retired Taxi Driver 
BROWN, CECIL BALLANTYNE (I2819)
 
35 Elizabeth Gleeson was a single skilled woman of 22 years when she sailed alone from Queenstown, near Dublin, County Cork, Ireland aboard the vessel, "Dunedin' in 1880. Elizabeth came to New Zealand to meet up with her sister Anastasia who had emigrated previously. GLEESON, ELIZABETH (I61)
 
36 Ethel never married  THOMSON, ETHEL MAY (I4825)
 
37 Exact location of death is not confirmed but a reasonable assumption by Paul Meehan - Refer to the following articles;
https://nzhistory.govt.nz/war/western-front-1917
http://www.nzdf.mil.nz/downloads/pdf/mk/passchendaele/graventafel-october-4.pdf
Patricks army service record may confirm the exact location. 
MCKONE, PATRICK (I2953)
 
38 Family was living at Windsor, near Oamaru, at the time of Philips death. Family F302
 
39 FamilySearch Ancestral File Source (S1)
 
40 Farmer
Husband of Grace McGeoch
Died at 1:20am 23 November 1873 aged 86
At Inchparks, Inch
Cause of death;- Old Age
Son of John McWilliam, Farmer, (deceased)
Son of Janet McWilliam nee Milvain, (deceased)
Informant;- Alex McWilliam, son, present at time of death (Alex's age about 33years)

1841 Census states; Alexander aged 54, Grace aged 41, John aged 12, Janet aged 10, Alexander aged 1 
McWILLIAM, ALEXANDER (I215)
 
41 Farmer McWILLIAM, JOHN (I1282)
 
42 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I511)
 
43 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I641)
 
44 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I486)
 
45 FREDERICTON, NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA KERTON, BENJAMIN (I969)
 
46 George & Barbara had two further children together, Douglass & Bruce. Family F247
 
47 George Murray was 55 years of age and widowed with 5 children when he married Barbara.
 
Family F247
 
48 He joined Royal Fleet Reserve, Devonport on 24th January 1909 and was a Metropolitan Police Constable in London at the time of his marriage on 5th March 1910. GLEESON, MARTIN JOSEPH (I1726)
 
49 He was described as Schoolmaster at the time of his marriage to Annie Hall DUGGAN, ANTONY JOSEPH (I734)
 
50 He was recalled to the Navy on 11 August 1914 at the outset of WW1. He was a Leading Seaman (Qualified Diver) and lost his life on 14 October 1918 (less than a month before the Armistice) GLEESON, MARTIN JOSEPH (I1726)
 

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