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In part the cause of her interest can be ascribed to her uncle, Dr.

Thomas Somerville, who eventually became her father-in-law in a second wedding. Somerville often told Mary stories of the great scientists of the ancient world, which inspired her young mind, and also helped his niece with Latin.

The Farmer's Magazine, Vol 17 At the meeting in 1817 Mr George Douglas of Swinside was a Judge for Cheviot Stock.

The Farmers Magazine by David Williams.1868 - Swinside, Townfoot, Jedburgh: J. Douglas, farmers John Douglas, son of Walter Douglas, 'had many descendants'Born Harden Knowhead, Swinside, Scotland Died Mt Gambier South Australia Alison Rutherford wife of George Douglas, who may have lived at Swinside.

Robert Ker of Horsliehill, Charles Ker of Abbotrule, William Ker of Newton, and their servants, Andrew Rutherfoord of Townhead of Jedburgh, and James Douglas, brother to Sir William Douglas of Cavers, had dined at the farmer's house at "Swanside," where " all the company had drank freely." In riding home in the evening they called at the house of John Ker, at Berchope, in their way to Jedburgh ; and immediately Rutherford and Douglas galloped on in front, and then alighted and drew their swords.

Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, Scotland, 26 December 1780; d.Their son Andrew Douglas was born at Bonjedward in 1808 and later tenant at Swinside Hall in 1850's.January 1886 I observe the name at Collingwood, Australia, of James Douglas, formerly of Swinside Burnfoot.Since a woman could not directly buy such books, she asked the tutor of her younger brother to find her a copy of Euclid’s ” This is what Mary’s father once said, and the family was unanimous in discouraging her strange passion, to the point that her parents attempted to stop these readings by removing the candles.But Mary did not give up and memorized the problems that she could work mentally to the solutions.