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William Duguid descendants and history in America
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. William Duguid descendants and history in America by Lee S. Duguid; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Family; People: Duguid family, William Duguid (b.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. William Duguid descendants and history in America by Lee S. Duguid,L.S. Duguid edition, in EnglishPages: Descendants of William Diuguid of Scotland From England to Colonial Virginia and Frontier Illinois.
It is through the Diuguid line that our family can establish connections to the William Duguid descendants and history in America book and European ancestor William Diuguid (Sr.) married Jean Henry, the seventh great-granddaughter of James "Fiery Face" Stewart II, King of Scotland.
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Cumulated Supplements in Four Volumes Detroit, Mich.: Gale Research Co.,Print (ISBN Origins of the Diuguid Name. The Diuguid name is relatively unusual. Many individuals wonder 1 about the origin of the family, and some have speculated that the name is French, and the family Huguenots There are records in England as far back as AD of variously spelled Diuguids.
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Historical sketches of N.E. Fremont Twp., Cedar Lk., Ray, Clear Lk., Michigan border, Steuben County, Indiana. Included with these books is a separate manuscript called “William Duguid Descendants and History in America.” This manuscript starts at image of in volume 1.
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Duguid’s William Duguid Descendants and History in America. Clayton Cecil Straw. Roger’s paternal grandfather, Clayton was born in Clear Lake, Indiana in He and Beulah Duguid were married inand had 10 children.
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Update to earlier records, 9. Spelled "Duguid" in Scotland, it became "Diuguid" at some point in America and the family was keen on saying that the name could be spelled the same forward and backwards. Her great-grandfather, William Diuguid, Jr., immigrated to Virginia from Aberdeen, Scotland ca.
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