THE DOUGLASS FAMILY

           The Douglass family was led by one of the most well known and recognizable 19th century African American figures Frederick Douglass. Members of the family include Abolitionists, Civil rights leaders, Civil War veterans, Government Officials, Entrepreneurs, Writers, Orators, Human rights activists, and Social Welfare figures.



1st Generation:

Parents:
Frederick Douglass(b. 1820, Maryland)  and Anna Murray Douglass (1813-1882)(Maryland)

2nd Generation Children:
Rosetta Douglass (1839 - 1906)(New Bedford, Massachusetts)
Lewis Henry Douglass (1840 - 1908)(New Bedford, Massachusetts)
Frederick Douglass, Jr. (1842 - 1892)(New Bedford, Massachusetts)
Charles Remond Douglass (1844 - 1920)(Lynn, Massachusetts )
Annie Douglass(1849-1859)

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2nd Generation:

Parents:
Rosetta Douglass (1839 - 1906)(New Bedford, Massachusetts)  and Nathan Sprague

3rd Generation Children:
Annie Rosine Sprague Morris (b.1865) (New York)
Harriet Bailey Sprague (b.1866) (New York)
Estelle Irene Sprague Weaver (b.1869) (New York)
Fredericka Douglass Sprague Perry (b.1872)
Herbert Douglass Sprague
Rosebelle Mary Sprague Jones

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Parents:
Frederick Douglass, Jr. (1842 - 1892)  and Virginia M. Hewlett

3rd Generation Children:
Frederick Aaron Douglass
Jean Hewlett Douglass
Lewis Henry Douglass
Maud Ardelle Douglass
Charles Paul Douglass
Gertrude Pearl Douglass
Robert Small Douglass
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Parents:
Charles Remond Douglass (1844 - 1920)  and Mary Elizabeth Murphy

3rd Generation Children:
Charles Frederick Douglass (b.1867) (New York)
Joseph Henry Douglass (b.1869) (Washington, DC)
Annie Elizabeth Douglass
Julia Ada Douglass
Mary Louise Douglass
Edward Douglass
Haley George Douglass (with 2nd wife, Laura Antoinette Haley

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Lewis Henry Douglass (1840 - 1908)(New Bedford, Massachusetts)  Amelia Loguen
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