About American Peerage MW Douglass Melvyn Douglass
AMERICAN PEERAGE *** M W Douglass - Houston, TX Genealogical Support since 1973 for Harris and most Texas counties
M W Douglass- Melvyn Wayne Douglass was born in Springfield (Hampden County) Massachusetts and was raised in East Longmeadow (Hampden County) Massachusetts. He moved to Houston (Harris County) Texas in October 1968 and was assigned to the Crew Systems Division at NASA's Manned Spacecraft Center (MSC). With the systems engineering group, he supported Apollo missions 7 through 15.
Predecessor to American Peerage, Douglass formed Telico (Technical Library Consultants) in 1973 which was a pioneer in the fee-based information service industry.
Through American Peerage, M W Douglass is undertaking several research projects which include "Genealogies of Southern Governors."
Association of Professional Genealogists (APG), a nonprofit, educational corporation, formed to promote standards and ethics in the genealogical field.
National Association of Legal Assistants (NALA), formed to provide continuing education and professional certification programs for paralegals. Douglass successfully completed the CLA national exam and was awarded the Certified Legal Assistant credential.
Teaches Scottish Genealogy Workshops each May at the annual Houston Scottish Highland Games and Celtic Festival (HHGA) and is its past- Chairman.
Founding Director (1985) of Scottish Clan Council of Houston
Houston Highland Games Association - President/Chairman: 1985, 1986, 2003, 2005-2008, 2010-2012, 2019-2022
Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (FSA Scot) - Nov 2002 Elected Fellow (FSA Scot)
Appointed (Dec ) by Houston Mayor Bill White to serve as a standing member for a four-year term (Jan 2006 thru Dec 2009) on the Mayor's International Affairs and Development Council / Europe (MIADC / Europe). The mission of the MIADC/ Europe is dedicated to the preservation, promotion, and continued growth of Houston's standing as a renowned international city.
Appointed (June 2006) Waitstill Munson Clan/Family Historian for the Thomas Munson Foundation
Appointed (June 2006) Genealogy Coordinator for Clan Douglas Society of North America
Elected (Feb 2008) Subchieftain for The Heather and Thistle Society of Houston