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   LB_00 Francis Doughty, The Reverend of Long Island/Virginia  doubt-tee

                               SUMMARY
      Francis Doughty b1576            Margaret Barker b1578              62 11G
      Francis Doughty b1605, Rev.      Bridget _ b1606                    63 10G
      Elias Doughty b1632              Sarah _ b1639                      64  9G
      Elias Doughty b1664              Elizabeth Hinchman b1696           65  8G
      Thomas Doughty b1695             Elizabeth Ismond b1697             66  7G
      Thomas Doughty ~1725   no proof  Ann                                67  6G
      son Doughty ~1748  no proof       sug by 1850 will of unc. Elias    68  5G

      Elias Doughty b1770              Mary Babcock b1771                 69  4G
      Richard Doughty b1810            Rebecca Ann Borden b1813           70  3G
      Joseph Borden Doughty b1835      Katharine S. Blizzard b1838        71  2G
      Clara Frances Doughty b1862      William Edward Townsend b1865      72  1G
      Hannah Remick Townsend b1893     Clarence Wesley Crossley b1894     73  gp
      Kathryn Adams Crossley b1924     Warren Southwood Cook b1921        74   p

      Israel Ewing Doughty (Joe bro)   Ann Elizabeth Ivins                71
      John Ivins Doughty               Grace Hirst                        72
      Howard Ewing Doughty             Aleda Hall                         73
      Franklin Doughty                                                    74
      P & C. Doughty                   T                                  75
        2007 free DNA request but unwilling to contribute ubiquitous stuff.
        2008 free DNA request but unwilling to contribute ubiquitous stuff.
        Surviving descendant John Ivins Doughty (now dec'd), from HED also found
        but also unresponsive Catholic side of the family. Both deemed hostile.
        Flotsam in the effort to link Elias (Mary Babcock) to the Rev. FD.

   LB_01 Edward Doughty, The Butcher/Lumbermen of Phila/Gt. Egg Harbor

   LB_02 William C./Reuben/Lorenzo Doughty in So. NJ
      William C. Doughty of Medford/Millville  Glenn & Gwen line
                       marriage witnessed by Reuben Doughty

   LB_03 Thomas Doughty & Mary Simkins So. NJ

   LB_04 Thomas Doughty & Elizabeth Marple So. NJ

   LB_06 James Doughty, The Shipwright/Philadelphia, PA

   LB_07 Daniel Doughty, The Virginian VA

   LB_08 Benjamin Doughty/Elizabeth Crammer in So. NJ

   LB_09 Benjamin Doughty/Catherine Lutz in NJ
           seems a likely grandson of Daniel & Hannah (nee Johnson)
           1st cousin to line 8.

   LB_10 John Doughty/Rhoda   a Burlington Co., NJ Line
      Lee Doughty's line.  Hooray - a descendant.

   LB_11 Benjamin Doughty/Martha NJ

   LB_12 Reuben Doughty  PA-VA-TN-...  -> LaDorisDoughty Weber

   LB_13 Samuel Willetts Doughty -  Bucks Co., PA

   LB_14 Thomas Doughty/Prudence  (Turkeyho Tom)

   LB_15 Albert S. Doughty/Abbie
      This line ties into Daniel Doughty/Hannah Johnston somehow with son
      William Coffin Doughty interred at Pleasant Mills.

   LB_16 Samuel Doughty/Elizabeth  of Philly/Camden

   LB_17 Jacob/Thomas (Col.)/ maybe Yelverton

   LB_18 William Douty/Mary Blandin

   LB_19 Benjamin Doughty/Euphemia

   LB_20 Thomas Doughty/Gertrude LeRoux

   LB_21 Daniel/James/William Doughty - Three brothers of NC

   LB_22 Thomas Doughtie/Ann of VA ca 1620

   LB_23 James Doughty of Scituate, MA.

   LB_24 Joseph Doughty b1755 /Nancy  of SC

   LB_25 Clarence "Duke" Edward Doughty/

   LB_26 William Doughty/Eliza Coombs - Joyce DeWitt line

   LB_27 William Doughty/Catherine - daughter Hannah Maria Doughty

   LB_28 Christopher Shafer/Mary Anna Doughty   -  Dick Krum's line

   LB_29 Lewis Doughty of N.J./Richmond  to Thomas E. and Patricia L. Doughty

   LB_30 Benjamin Doughty - The Maine Line

   LB_36 Van S. Doughty/Sarah

   LB_39 William Martin Doughty went to Oregon

   LB_40 Amos F. Doughty  NY, Schoharie Co.
         Christine Doughty's line  (seeking help)

   LB_50 Edward Doty, The Mayflower Man     doh-tee

   LB_60 Thomas Doughty   England

      Much thanks for contributions and discussions to:
      Dorothy M. Scott, I. Lin Doughty, Glenn J. Bingham, Gwen Barshay,
      Jeff Baker, Becky White, Smith Doughty, Verita Simpson, LaDoris Weber,
      Steve Ketcham, John DeVinney, Clarence "Duke" Doughty, K. Nordtvedt,
      Kensel Clutter, Connie Doughty Ringler, Karen Megerle, Dollie Myers,
      Stephen R. Christides, Jack Dole, Sue Quinn, Earl E. Doughty, Dolores
      Langley Solberg, Robert Meade for their continued input!

      Kensel Clutter's acknowledgements, 1984 Jan:
       Mrs. Nellie Peterson, Mrs. Iris Runyan, Mrs. Mary Skelton,
       Mrs. Alpha Carlock, Robert Dole
      several other researchers in the Doughty Family Association Publication
                               "The Doughty Tree"

      At present, the most important quest (at least to me!):
      Thomas Doughty 67 with Elizabeth (nee Ismond 67) Doughty
      bm~1695
      Thomas 68      Elias 68       Jacob 68       John 68        William 68
      <1725          <1730          b              b              b
      Joseph 68      Isaiah 68      Daniel 68      Elizabeth 68   Mary 68
      b              b1742          b              b              b
      Ann 68         Amy 68
      b              b
      birthdates are critical but currently unknown. 8 boys, where did they go?
      Only information is of Elias's 1850 Burlington will mentioning bro Thomas
      & Thomas 68's children Elias & Eliz. Thomas 67's
      children could easily account for all the following, figuring 8 boys born
      between 1720- 1745, and assuming 5 survived having 4 boys each between
      1745 and 1770 that is a lot of people to bear the name:

      Of particular interest:

      Elias who was in Great Egg Harbor in 1793 for tax assessment and likely
      married Mary Babcock there, then moved to Cumberland Co., NJ  after a stop
      in Philly long enough to tend to his mother(?), Christina (nee King)
      and to be counted in the 1810 Census.

      Thomas Doughty who mf Elizabeth Marple (dau. of George?)

      The Jacob & Thomas who enlisted in Bucks Co., PA and are brothers, Thomas
      of the NJ Legislature and a Col. lived later in Gt. Egg Harbor, Jacob
      lived later in Salem Doughty contingent. Are these brothers of Daniel the
      Virginian?  All of Thomas who mf Elizabeth Ismond?  Reuben figure in here?
      Also the Robert there around 1734. 2'nd wife E'h Garrigues? Father of
      James the shipwright? The Vaughns in IN who claim a relationship.

      There are a number of coincidences between Elias mf Mary Babcock and where
      he lived and bought land vs James the shipwright and where he lived
      and bought land.

      The shipwright/wharfbuilder may all be tied to Edward, the butcher of Phil
      and son Edward the carpenter of Great Egg Harbor, who had children
      Jonathan, Robert and Edward, was very much into wood - see James the
      shipwright. Does Jones connect Edward I to the Rev.? Scan - John Jones.
      Of note, Edward of Phila went to the Burlington MM where Jacob Doughty
      went.

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LINKAGE BEGIN 00  Francis Doughty, The Reverend of Long Island/Virginia


Franciscus Doughty 62
   bm 1576 Apr 02 to John Doughty 61 et ux Anna (nee Holland 61) Doughty in
      Duddlewick, Shropshire, England
   mf 1600 Jun 24 Margaret Barker 62 in Westbury on Trym, Gloucestershire, ENG.
   bf~1578 ___ __ London, England
   df<1634 ___ __ Bristol, England
   dm 1634 Nov 30 Bristol, Gloucester, England
 with Margaret (nee Barker 62) Doughty
   Frances 63     Margaret 63    Francis 63     Elizabeth 63   Jacob 63
   b1601          b1602          b1603          b16051104      b1608

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Jacob Doughty 63
   bm 1601 ___ __ to Francis Doughty 62 et ux Margaret (nee Barker 62) Doughty
   dm 1630

Frances Doughty 63
   bf 1602 ___ __ to Francis Doughty 62 et ux Margaret (nee Barker 62) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Achley 63
   bm 1600
 with _ Achley 63
   Spencer 64
   b1625

Margaret Doughty 63
   bf 1603 ___ __ to Francis Doughty 62 et ux Margaret (nee Barker 62) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Dauyes 63.   Dawes?
 with _ Dauyes 63
   John 64
   b1627

Francis Doughty 63
   bm 1605 Nov 04 to Francis Doughty 62 et ux Margaret (nee Barker 62) Doughty
      in Hempsteede, Oldbury Parish, Gloucester Co., Eng.
   mf~1627 ___ __ Bridget _ 63
   bf 1606 ___ __ Oldsburg, Gloucester Co., England
   n. Francis Doughty, expelled from Cohasset for preaching that Abraham's
      children should have been baptized, founded the town of Mespath, LI, 1642.
      "Peter Stuyvesant" - P30. CU_MOA
   n. "Founders of Early American Families: Emigrants from Europe 1607-1657."
      Colket, 1985, P198,199: FWPL GEN 974.721 - Doughty Family
      In 1639, Franciscus Douthy, an English clergyman of Taunton, Mass.,
      removed to Long Island in 1641. Having come to New England, at the time of
      the persecution in England.  He betook himself under the protection of the
      Netherlands, in order that he may, according to Dutch Reformation, enjoy
      freedom of conscience, which he unexpectedly missed in New England.
      In 1642.  The Director granted and conveyed to him an absolute patent with
      manoral privileges.  He added some families to his settlement, at Maspeth,
      L. I., in the course of a year, but the war breaking out, they were all
      driven off their lands, some were killed - and almost all they had was
      lost.  They fled as all refugees did, to Manhattan, and Master Douthy was
      minister there.  He was without means and his land was seized by the
      Director;  Douthy appealed but the Director said there was no appeal, his
      decision must be final, and for his remarks, Doughty was sentenced to
      imprisonment 24 hours, and to pay 25 Guilders.  The deed was for 6,666
      acres of land, at Maspeth, from Gov. Keift.  1642 Colonial Records
      Newtown, LI.
   n. New Amsterdam 1643
   n. Flushing, NY 1648 Francis Doughty departed for the English Virginias;
      he had previously conferred on his daughter Mary, on her marriage, in
      1645, with Adrian VonDerDonck, his farm on Flushing bay, now owned by
      Abraham and John Rapelye.
   n. Northampton Co, VA 1655
   df 1658
   n. ADVENTURERS OF PURSE AND PERSON VIRGINIA 1607-1624/5 [3D ed]. Rev & ed by
      Virginia M. Meyer [1974-1981], John Frederick Dorman, F.A.S.G. [1981-1987,
      p. 327-328.
      ANN GRAVES [Thomas 1]. born 1620, married successively three ministers of
      Hungars Parish, Accawmack.
      4. She married  [1] before 1637 July 10, the REV. WILLIAM COTTON, who on
      that date patented land in right of his wife ANN. [Patent Book 1, p434].
      He left will [written] 1640 August; [recorded] 1646, 29 December naming
      "Brethrin-in-Lawe Capt. William Stone and Captain William Roper" as
      overseers. [Northampton Co. Deeds, Wills &cc 3, 1645-51, p. 55].
         She married [2] by 1642, the REV. NATHANIEL EATON who came to Virginia
      from Massachusetts where in 1638 he had become the first master of the
      school that later became Harvard University; W[2] XIX, pp35-37; Edward
      Lewis Goodwin, THE COLONIAL CHURCH IN VIRGINIA [London, 1927], p. 266.
      In 1642, he assigned land at Hungars Creek due him by right of
      intermarriage with the "widdowe and relict of William Cotton, Clerke"
      [Patent Book 1, page 823], and by 1647 he had left the colony.
         She married [3] as his second wife, the REV. FRANCIS DOUGHTY, with whom
      ANN entered into a marriage contract 1657, 08 June. [Northampton Co. Deeds
      & Wills 7, 1655-58, p48].   The Rev. FRANCIS DOUGHTY was formerly rector
      of Sodbury, Gloucestershire, and minister at Taunton, Mass., New York, and
      Flushing, Long Island. He entered into an agreement with the commissioners
      and housekeepers of the Lower Parish of Northampton County on 1654/5, 28
      February, and they accepted him as their minister. [Northampton Co. Deeds,
      Wills &cc 5, 1654-55, page 117]. By October 1659 he had moved to Charles
      County, Maryland, and by April 1662 to Rappahannock County where DOUGHTY
      was minister of Sittenbourne and South Farnham parishes, 1662-68. [Old
      Rappahannock County Record Bk. 1656-65, p. 256; Record Book 1668-72, p.
      119]. In 1668 JOHN CATLETT and HUMPHREY BOOTH referred to his
      "nonconformity & Scandalous living" in a petition to the Governor and on
      13 March, 1669/70, stating that he wished to "Transport myself out of the
      Colony of Virginia into some other country and clymate that may prove more
      favorable to my aged, infirm & decayed Body," DOUGHTY conveyed to RICHARD
      BOUGHTON of Charles Co., Md., 200 acres on the Rappahannock River for the
      use of his wife ANNE, she being "unwilling to Depart the sd country, shee
      finding the same Best agreeing with her health, Besides her loathness and
      unwillingness to Bid Farewell to her more Deare & Beloved children, and to
      her Beloved kindred & Relacons, all or least most of them Residing in the
      sd Colony of Virginia and in the Neighboring province of Maryland.  She
      moved from thence to Charles Co. Md where her will, 26 Dec 1682-18 July
      1682 [Maryland Proprietary Wills 4, p. 210], named six of her eight
      grandchildren and her deceased son Samuel3 EATON.  IBID, Page 330:
   n. 7. FRANCIS2 GRAVES [Thomas 1], born about 1630, mentioned as "orphant
      of CAPT. THOMAS GRAVES,"  1642 Nov 28, settled in Rappahannock County,
      where he patented 714 acres "on the south side of the River upon the
      branch of Gilson's Creek," 1672 October 10.  He married by 1678 November
      28, JANE ______, a widow, and that date deeded cattle "to her three
      children. . . . . . John and Jane Moguffe and Elizabeth Davenport,"
      according to a "verbal agreement to my now wife JANE before marriage."
      He died by 5 August 1691 when a court order mentioned "the plantation of
      the widow GRAVES......between Hoskins and Gilsons pocoson."  HIS WIDOW
      [Jane] MARRIED [as her 4th husband] JOHN DOUGHTY OF ESSEX COUNTY, who, 2
      May 1694, "by reason of an intermarriage between me and the WIDOW GRAVES,
      do give unto the three children of FRANCIS GRAVES, namely: Francis,
      Richard and Thomas GRAVES" certain cattle. [Essex Co. Deeds & Wills 6,
      page 296].
      So it seems that the Rev. FRANCIS DOUGHTY did marry directly into the
      GRAVES family when he married ANN 2 GRAVES [THOMAS 1], but JOHN DOUGHTY
      married the widow of ANN'S brother, FRANCIS 2 GRAVES [THOMAS 1] and thus
      not directly with the GRAVES family.
      There I go "pickin' nits" again. LOL Yaw'l take care now, ya hear..LaDoris
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann Graves 63 Cotton 63 Eaton 63, relates by marriage to Gov.
      Stone of MD's Verlinda Graves 63 her sister.
   n. Rappahannock Co, VA 1662 and living 16690318.
   df 1683
   dm 1683 Mar 02
   n. 1685 The sons of Rev. Francis Doughty, viz: Francis, Charles, Elias and
      Jacob, of Flushing, petition for a grant of 250 acres each on L. I.
      FWPL GEN 974.721
 with
   Mary 64        Francis 64     Elias  64      Enoch 64
   b1628          b1630          b1632          b1639

Elizabeth Doughty 63
   bf 1607 ___ __ to Francis Doughty 62 et ux Margaret (nee Barker 62) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ William Cole 63
   bm 1600 ___ __
   dm 1644
   df 1650
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Mary Doughty 64
   bf 1628 ___ __ to Francis Doughty 63 et ux Bridget (nee _ 63)
      Doughty
   mm 1645 Oct 22 Adrian "Yonkers" VanDerDonck 64
   n. his farm on Flushing bay
   n. Dr. Adrian VanDerDonck and family lived on the Hudson River several miles
      above NY City.  Known as "Younkers" VanDerDonck, the region now bears his
      name. "The Manor of Fordham, which forms one of the three divisions of the
      town of West-Farms, was originaly included within the parish limits of
      Westchester.  The name is of Saxon origin, and compounded of two words,
      Ford (ford) and Ham, (a mansion)."
   dm<1656
   ld 1656  - "Fordham" article CU_MOA
      Grantor: Mary VanDerDonck, widow of Adrian.
      Grantee: Elias Doughty, brother.
      Description:  we find the whole of Fordham, as well as Yonkers
   mm ____ ___ __ Hugh O'Neale 64 of MD.
   n. They lived in MD
 with Adrian Von Der Donck 64
 with Hugh O'Neal 64
   Charles 65     Joy 65
   b1663          b1667

Francis Doughty 64
   bm 1630 ___ __ to Francis Doughty 63 et ux Bridget (nee _ 63) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret Howell 64
   bf 1622
   n. ld 1659 Aug 01 Early Wills of Queens recorded in Deeds, Abs. P122
      Grantor: William Palmer
      Grantee: Samuel Salles and Richard Fidoe
      Description: house & lot between Dowty and Richard Gildersleve, and a
      right in Smith's meadow, formerly bought of Matthew Edwards.
   dm 1677
   df 1662
 with Margaret (nee Howell 64) Doughty
   Margaret 65
   b1661

Elias Doughty 64
   bm 1632 ___ __ to Francis Doughty 63 et ux Bridget (nee _ 63)
      Doughty in Hempstead, Gloucestershire, England.
   mf~1658 ___ __ Sarah _ 64
      (surname question, maybe O'Neale/Whitehead)
   bf 1635 ___ __ Flushing, Queens Co., NY
   ld 1656  - "Fordham" article CU_MOA
      Grantor: Elias Doughty, brother to Mary VanDerDonck, widow of Adrian and
      former owner. See sister Mary's bio.
      Grantee: John Archer, of Westchester, who in 1669, obtained a confirmation
      thereof from the Indian Sachem Sachareth.
      Description:  we find the whole of Fordham, as well as Yonkers
   n. wm 1669 May 23
      Elizabeth Partridge, of Flushing. Leaves one fourth of estate to all my
      grandchildren equally. The rest to all my children equally. Makes Mr.
      Elias Doughty, of Flushing, Executor.
      Written at order of Elizabeth Partridge by me, Anthony Waters, Clerk.
      1669 Jun 09 Proved. Debts mentioned as owing to her from Robert Fecks,
      Francis ye Carpenter, Nicholas Davis, John Gonin.
      1669 Oct 18 Inventory of Estate taken by William Laurence and
      Eyrke Jacobs, overseers chosen by the Constable 1699 October 18. House
      and lot, (L45).  appraisal made by John Bowne, William Noble, and
      John Hinchman. James Clement, Clerk.
   ld 1671 Dec 18 NY_LISR P124 L_ P60
      Grantor: Mary Lawrison, widow of John
      Grantee: Elias Doughty
      Description: land now leased to John Marshall & Thomas Etherington.  John
      Lawrison, a son, consents to the sale.
   ld 1672 Nov 29 GF11517
      Grantee: Thomas Lewis, mariner, bought with Thomas Deleval and
      Frederick Philipse (Phillips)
      Grantor: Elias Doughty
      Description: The tract of land known as 'Upper Yonkers'.
      Later Philipse became owner of all of this property and added to it,
      creating the 'Manor of Philipseborough'.
   ld 1675 Sep 29 George Tippits of Yonkers, Westchester Co.  Inventory notes:
      recently purchased of Elias Doughty, NY. NYGABR 1970 P153.
      Description: tract and meadow lately purchased from Elias Doughty, with
      dwelling, orchard and barn now on it (#100).

   n. 1676 Dec 21 LI, Yorkshire, W. Ryding, Gravesend, Court of Sessions -
      Stillwell, History & Genealogical Miscellaneous V1 P227
      Elyas Doughty & William Osburn, Pltfs; Henry Bowman Deft.
   n. wm 1678 Oct 01
      Dirck Areson, Flushing. This First day of October, 1678/9. Leaves to his
      wife Mary all lands and goods, during widowhood. If she remarry, then one
      half of the estate is to be divided among his seven children. Markes
      Captain Thomas Willett and Mr. Elias Doughty the overseers of will. The
      estate which is in Holland if recovered is to be divided among his seven
      children. Witnesses: James Clement, William Ward.  An account of what
      debts Dirck Areson owes taken from his own mouth in his greatest extremity
         To John Garlison 600 Lbs of Tobacco
         Thomas Styles 400 Lbs of Tobacco
         Mr. Steenwyck 800 Lbs of Tobacco
         Mr. Bridges 5 Lbs of Tobacco
      Debts due to him from Richard Stockton, Henry Cornelis, Mr. Osborne,
      John Van Clem 3 deer skins, Henry ye Shoemaker, 1 pair of shoes for a boy
      and 2 pairs for a woman. Adam Mott. Elias Doughty.
      Know all men whom this may concern, that Mr. Doughty of Flushing, hath
      given security to us for and in behalf of Mary Areson, widow women of
      Flushing, that she shall not Imbezzle her state that her husband left in
      her hands. Thomas Wickes, Richard Cornell. 1679 Jul 24
      1679 Feb 21 Administration granted to her.
   n. 1680 Elias Doughty was to have 200 acres between Hempstead and Jamaica to
      settle his children on.
   n. 1688 Elias Doughty gave deeds of gift to sons Francis, Charles, Elias,
      Jacob, (Benjamin and William not of age).
   dm 1690 ___ __ Flushing, Queens Co., NY.
   c. Early NY State Census Records 1663-1772 by Carol M. Myers,
      1698 P99 Doughty, Sarah, Benjamin, William, Sarah; Servant Negroes: Okee,
      Mary
   df 1726 ___ __ Flushing, Queens Co., NY an ancient widow NYMM
 with Sarah Frances (nee _ 64) Doughty
   Mary 65       Francis 65     Elias 65      Charles 65     Jacob 65
   b1659         b1661          b1664         b1667          b16720214
   Benjamin 65   William 65     Sarah 65
   b1674         b1676          b1680

Enoch Doughty 64
   bm 1639 ___ __ to Francis Doughty 63 et ux Bridget (nee _ 63)
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ 64
   n. lived in Virgina near
   dm 1677
   df 1677
   n. this Isaac & Enoch may be the ones plying the east coast.  Noting that
      Palmers were also into ships in NY, the PA Gazette may refer to these
      two more than once.
   n. http://longislandgenealogy.com
      Mosquito Cove Proprietors Book - Robert R. Coles
         One of these, dated 1678 January 16, is a true copy of a document sent
      to Governor Andros. It states, in essence, that the Indians felt they had
      been wronged in the survey of the lands made by a Mr. Rider to determine
      the property lines described in the Andros Patent. And it tells further
      that Joseph Carpenter invited several of the Matinecock chiefs to his
      home, where he showed them the survey and read the description of the
      boundaries as given in the patent, after which they were satisfied that
      they had been mistaken. This document was signed with the marks of
      Arumpas, Suskaneman and Werough, of the Matinecock Chieftaincy, and the
      signatures of Joseph Carpenter, Thomas Townsend, Job Wright, and
      Isack Douty were appended, as witnesses.  Another is a true copy of a
      deed, dated 1681 January 14. It confirms the sale of land at Littleworth
      (now part of Sea Cliff) to Richard Kirby, Jacob Brookin, George Downing,
      and Robert Godfree, and is signed by the Musquito Cove Proprietors.  That
      land had been included in Joseph Carpenters original purchase from the
      Indians, but they resold it to the men above mentioned, and when the
      rightful owners learned of the sale they demanded payment from the
      purchasers.
 with Mary (nee _ 64) Doughty
   Margaret 65
   b1667
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Margaret Doughty 65
   bf ____ ___ __ to Francis Doughty 64 et ux Margaret (nee Howell 64) Doughty

Mary Doughty 65
   bf 1659 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 64 et ux Sarah Frances (nee O'Neale 64)
      Doughty in Flushing, NY
   mm 1677 Jul 06 Thomas Hicks 65 in Flushing, NY. (OWP) NYMR V3 P252
   bm 1655 ___ __ in Hempstead, Queens Co., NY.
   n. In the Index of Persons and Subjects the Mary Doughty ref. to P72.
      V4-90.is the same Mary (daughter of Elias, Rev.'s gr.dau.) who married
      Thomas Hicks (Judge) and whose descendents were the painters Thomas and
      Edward Hicks. dms
   n. 1685 Oct 20 he was commissioned as Justice of the Peace of Queens Co.,
      along with several others.
   n. 1698 Justice Thomas Hukes and Mrs. Mary, his wife; sons Isaac, Benjamin,
      Charles, William, Stephen, Charet, daughter Mary, nine persons besides
      six servants.  Documentary History of the State of NY, V1,P661
 with Thomas Hicks 65
   Isaac 66       Benjamin 66    Charles 66     William 66     Stephen 66
   b1679          b1681          b1683          b1685          b1687
   Charity 66     Mary 66        John 66        Phebe 66       Elizabeth 66
   b1690          b1690          b1698          b1700          b1702

Francis Doughty 65
   bm 1661 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 64 et ux Sarah Frances (nee O'Neale 64)
      Doughty in Flushing, Queens Co., NY
   mf~1686 ___ __ Mary Palmer 65, EOAQGV3 P104.
   bf 1665 ___ __ to John Palmer 64 et ux Bridget (nee Taylor 64) Palmer of
      Westchester Co., NY eldest daughter.
   ld 1692 Nov 30 NY_WCDR White Plains, Westchester Co., NY.
      Grantor: Bridget Palmer, widow of John, late of Westchester, Francis
      Doughty of Flushing and Mary his wife, eldest daughter of John Palmer,
      Thomas Farington of Flushing and Abigail, his wife, second daughter of
      John Palmer, and Bridger Palmer, Jr., youngest daughter of John Palmer,
      all unite in a deed.
      Grantee: Thomas Baxter
      Description: Land in Westchester County from Frogs Neck on the Sound to
      the Bronx River.
   c. Early NY State Census Records 1663-1772 by Carol M. Myers,
      1698 P99 Doughty, ffrancis & Mary his wife, Elias, Palmer, ffrancis,
      Obadiah, Sarah, Charely, Mary; Negroes: Vester, Rose.
   n. wm 1699 May 22 NY_LISR P137
      Thomas Farrington of Flushing.  Wife Abigail to have use of half the
      estate during widowhood.  Half the personal est. to daus. Elizabeth,
      Bridget & Abigail Farrington.  To son Thomas 60 acres with house &
      orchards, he to pay to my son Benjamin L40 when he is of age.  To son
      Robert, 48 acres on w. side of the highway, he to pay Benjamin L40.
      Exrs: wife Abigail & brother-in-law Francis Doughty.
      Witness: Henry Taylor, Thomas Hedger & John Tallman.
      dm<1699 Sep 21
      1699 Sep 21 will proved.
   ld 1665 Feb 02 NY_LISR P123
      Grantor: Nathaniel Goodspeed of Bastable, Plymouth Plantation, as agent
      for his father & mother, Roger & Alice Goodspeed, who are lawful heirs
      of uncle John Lawton of Newtown, late decd., sells meadow which Lawton
      bought from John Barker
      Grantee: Ralph Warner.  This is later sold to F. Doughty, and by him to
      Joseph Reder, in 1699.
      Description: Land at head of Flushing creek.
   dm 1741 Dec 21 LI, NY.
 with Mary (nee Palmer 65) Doughty.  Hinshaw says 10 children. (no Thomas)
   Elias 66       Palmer 66      Francis 66     Charity 66     Mary 66
   b16870405      b16890720      b16911220      b16931214      b16951204
   Obediah 66     James 66       Thomas 66      Sarah 66       Phebe 66
   b16980120      b17000316      b17011208      b17031120      b17031120
   Eleanor 66
   b17060216

Elias Doughty 65
   bm 1664 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 64 et ux Sarah Frances (nee O'Neale 64)
      Doughty in Flushing, Queens Co., NY
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Hinchman 65 in Flushing, Queens Co., NY.
   bf~1666 ___ __
   c. Early NY State Census Records 1663-1772 by Carol M. Myers,
      1698 P99 Doughty, Elias & Elizabeth his wife, Elias, Elizabeth, Thomas,
      Negro: Jack
   n. Elizabeth's kin?
      wm 1703 Nov 17 NY_LISR P138
      George Langley of Flushing.  To wife Rebecca L100, goods, my sheep at
      Block Island, two Indian slaves, they to be freed at her death.  To
      Benjamin Haviland my sheep that he now has.  My plantation near the fresh
      meadow in Flushing, goods & live stock to my friends Samuel Bowne, Benj.
      Haviland & John Ryder, and they to be exrs.
      Executor: Samuel Bowne, Benj. Haviland & John Ryder.
      Witness: Thos. Hinchman, Thomas Field & Samll. Hight.
      dm<1703 Jan 04
      1703 Jan 04 will pro.
   n. wm 1706 Jun 20 NY_LISR P138
      Robert Hinchman of Flushing. To son Benjamin 20s. Rest or estate to wife
      Abigail.
      Executrix: solely wife Abigail.
      Witness: James Clement, Jr., William Doughty & James Clement, Sr.
      dm<1709 May 19
      1709 May 19 pro.
   dm~1743/5 Dec 01 at Flushing, NY.
 with Elizabeth (nee Hinchman 65) Doughty
   Elias 66       Elizabeth 66   Thomas 66      Joseph 66      Charity 66
   b1692          b1693          b1695          b1697          b1698
   Sarah 66       Mary 66        Ann 66
   b1700          b1704          b1708

Charles Doughty 65
   bm 1667 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 64 et ux Sarah Frances (nee O'Neale 64)
      Doughty in Flushing, Queens Co., NY
   mf~1690 ___ __ Elizabeth Jackson 65
   bf 1668 ___ __ to John Jackson 64 et ux Elisabeth (nee Seaman 64) Doughty
      in Flushing, Queens Co., NY.  Her father a Colonel of Hempstead, LI, NY
      his will 1725.
   n. lived at Rocky Hills, Queens Co., NY
   c. Early NY State Census Records 1663-1772 by Carol M. Myers,
      1698 P99 Doughty, Charles & Elizabeth his wife, John, Charles, Sarah,
      Elizabeth, negro black boy.
   n. 1718 Oct 09 Charles Doughty & a Frances Doughty saw to the marriage of
      Isaac Horner of Burlington and Province of West New Jersey & Eleanor
      Bowne of Flushing, in Queens Co., Province of New York at the Meeting
      house in Burlington Co., NJ.
   wm 1733 May 30 NYC
      I, Charles Doughty of Flushing, yeoman being in tolerable
      health.  I leave to my wife Elizabeth, #35.  To my three daughters,
      Elizabeth, Mary and Phebe, each #35.  All the rest of my movable estate
      to my wife and six daughters, Elizabeth, Sarah, Mary, Hannah, Martha and
      Phebe.  My executors are to sell my house and plantations in Flushing
      and part in Hempstead, and all my lands in both towns.  From the proceeds
      of 7/8 are to be paid to my wife and six daughters.  To each of my sons,
      Samuel and Benjamin, #50, my son John having received a part of his
      portion before.  All the rest of the proceeds to my sons, John, Samuel and
      Benjamin.  I make my wife and son Samueal and my friend Thomas Hicks, Jr.
      of Flushing executors.  This will written upon one side of one sheet of
      paper.
      Witness: Joseph Hinchman, T. Humphrey, John Yates and John Cornell.
      1735 Oct __ proved. Liber 12, P359
   n. will mentions wife and all children but Charles.
   dm 1735 Sep __ NYMM
   n. son of Chas ( dec) 1737 Dec 01 rqc (of clear)
   df 1758 Jan __ near 90y NYMM
 with Elizabeth (nee Jackson 65) Doughty
   John 66        Charles 66     Sarah 66       Elizabeth 66   Samuel 66
   b1691          b1691          b1693          b1695          b1697
   Benjamin 66    Mary 66        Hannah 66      Martha 66      Phebe 66
   b1699          b1701          b1703          b1705          b1707

Jacob Doughty 65
   bm 1672 Feb 14 to Elias Doughty 64 et ux Sarah Frances (nee O'Neale 64)
      Doughty in Flushing, Queens Co., NY.
   mf~1695 ___ __ Amy Whitehead 65 probably at Jamaica, Queens Co., NY
   bf 1679 Aug 17 to Daniel Whitehead 64 et ux Abigail (nee Stevenson 64)
      Whitehead in Flushing, Queens Co., NY. Maj. Daniel Whitehead of Jamaica,
      LI made a will 1703 Dec 09 proved 17041030.  NY Wills P397-398 V1
      Abigail had been former wife of Daniel Denton (see Whitehead file).
   n. dates are old style, not Gregorian Calendar.
   n. lived at Cow Neck, Queens Co., NY.  He and wife Amy were Friends and
      members of the Cow Neck Meeting now on 20'th St.
   n. Deed to fare at Cow Neck, Town of Hempstead, deed to Jacob and wife Amy by
      her father Daniel Whitehead 1699 Apr 28, "Friends" Mtgs were held there
      until he moved family to Burlington Co in 1713.  In 1716 he was member of
      Assembly at Burlington.  More information on this iteresting family is
      given by E. A. Doty in his "The Doughty Family of Long Island."
   n. Member of NJ Assembly.
      1716 Seventh representing Burlington Co. Jacob Doughty, Matthew Champion.
   n. 1714 Apr 01 after the death of his oldest daughter Abigail and a younger
      daughter Ann, the entire family moved to Crosswix, NJ. EOAQGV3 P104.
   n. lived at Bethlehem, Hunterdon Co., NJ
   ld 1714 02 04 NJ_PLD B_B-B-B P362
      Grantor: Marmaduke Horsman, Chesterfield, Burlington Co.
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
   ld 1714 11 01 NJ_PLD B_B-B-B P364
      Grantor: Francis Davenport ux; Chesterfield, Bur
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
   ld 1714 11 02 NJ_PLD B_B-B-B P365
      Grantor: Francis Davenport ux; Chesterfield, Bur
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
   ld 1715 01 17 NJ_PLD B_B-B-B P402
      Grantor: from Samuel Mills; Chesterfield, Bur
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
   ld 1718 04 19 NJ_PLD B_B-B-B P361
      Grantor: William Stevenson; Hunterdon
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
   ld 1718 May 14  P5  Abstract P29, N468
      Grantor: Jacob Doughty of Chesterfield, Burlington Co., Esq.
      Grantee: Zebulon Clayton of Freehold, Monmouth Co., yeoman
      Transaction: 700 acres in Amwell Twp., bounded by Henry Farnsworth, Peter
      Gerrals, and Jacob Douhty; sd tract sold to sd. Jacob by William Stevenson
      on 18 April last. Signed by Jacob and Anne Doughty. Rec. 1719 Jan 05.
      Witness: Joseph King, John Laurence Jr., and John Jones.
   ld 1718 05 17 NJ_PLD B_B-B-B P367
      Grantor: Edward Kempe
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
   ld 1718 06 12 NJ_PLD B_B-B-B P402
      Grantor: Edward Kempe
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
   ld 1718 12 29 NJ_PLD B_B-B P18
      Grantor: John Feke; Mansfield, Bur
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
   n. note that a Thomas Doughty married Deborah (nee Feke _) Cock, widow of
      James Cock, daughter of Robert Feaks and Clemence (nee Ludlam _), sister
      to a John Feak who mf Abigail Wright.  P209  CU_MOA
   ld 1719 05 22 NJ_PLD Rec. ____ ___ __ B_B-B P30
      Grantor: Jacob Doughty
      Grantee: William Satterthwaite, Jr.; Mansfield, Burlington
   ld 1719 07 24 NJ_PLD B_K P103 P402
      Grantor: John Chambers; Monmouth
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
   n. 1721 Mar 19 The records of the Court held at Burlington, NJ note that
      Hugh Sharp, Jacob Doughty, and John Rudderow sat as Judges. ild
   ld 1722 Jun 14 NJ_PLD B_D P445
      Grantor: Jacob Doughty
      Grantee: Burling, Edward;  Near Crosswicks,
   ld 1722 06 20 NJ_PLD B_C-2 P402
      Grantor: Jacob Doughty
      Grantee: Burling, Edward;  Near Crosswicks, Bur
   ld 1724 02 13 NJ_PLD B_E P4
      Grantor: Edward Fisher, Joshua Hancock;
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
      Burlington
   ld 1725 08 18 NJ_PLD B_E P6
      Grantor: Jacob Doughty
      Grantee: John Rodman, Jr.; Burlington
   ld 1728 __ __
      Grantor: executors of William Stevenson, 138 acres in Amwell Twp.,
      Hunterdon Co., NJ
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
   n. Here is something I picked up in the NYGBR Vol. XXX, Page 122 under Notes
      of the Doughty Family of West Jersey - by John R. Stevenson, M. D.
      At the Chesterfield Friends Meeting of Burlington County, N. J., the
      Certificate of Jacob Doughty from the Flushing, L. I., meeting was read,
      1day, 2 mo., 1714.  In the former meeting 0n 3 d., 8 mo., 1719, SAMUEL
      STOCKTON, of Stony Brook, declared his first intention of his marriage
      with AMY DOUGHTY, daughter of JACOB.  He declared his second intention
      on 4 d., 4 mo., 1719. ild
   ld 1728 Feb 12
      Grantor: Executors of William Stevenson
      Grantee: Jacob Doughty
      Description: 138 Acres in Amwell Township, Hunterson County, NJ. ild
   ld 1728 Sep 26
      Grantor: Jacob Doughty of Burlington, Gentleman
      Grantee: James Clement, Jr., of Flushing, Queens, NY, yeoman
      Transaction: #130 of NY money 212 acres in two plots in Burlington Co.:
      #1: 162 acres purchased of Samuel Willet (Miller?) on 1714 jan17.
      borders Marmaduke Horseman, Samuel Bunting, George Ritholsons (Nicholson?)
      #2: 50 acres bounding John Moore, the above tract, George Ritholson?,
      the Kings Road, known as York Road. Purchased of Marmaduke Horseman,
      1715 feb 4.
      Witnesses: Ffrancis Doughty, Charles Doughty
      1728 Sep 26 Recorded by Lewis Morris, Esq.,Ffrancis Doughty affirmed that
      he saw Jacob and Charles sign.
   ld 1729 Sep 09 NJ_PLD B_D P480
      Grantor: Jacob Doughty of Hunterdon Co, NJ, Esq.
      Grantee: Edward Burling of New York City, merchant for 5 shillings.
      2512 acres in Hunterdon County near the Delaware River, at a hill called
      Indian Tongue; on a branch of Pophannuck called the Beaver Dam Branch.
      Bounded by: Mahlon Stacy; the side of a mountain; John Reading; Nathan
      Allen; and back to Stacy.
      Out of 4th dividend, shares of propriety from Matthew Gardiner, son and
      heir of Thomas Gardiner, late of Burlington.
      Witnesses: Elizabeth Osborne, Bartholemew Thatcher. Signed Jn.o Reading.
   ld 1729 Sep 30 NJ_PLD B_D P482 P402
      Grantor: Jacob Doughty of Hunterdon Co, NJ, Esq.
      Grantee: Edward Burling of New York City, merchant for 5 shillings.
      Description: about 2 miles NE of Belvidere, Hunterdon
      From Thomas Gardiner, dec'd to Matthew Gardiner "his only son." Warrant
      10 mar 1714/15, near a hill on Delaware River called Indian Tongue,
      Penungauchong; on a branch of Pophannuck called Beaver Dam Branch.
      Describes same 2512 acres as D-480.
      Witnesses: Elizabeth Osborne, Bart. Thatcher.
   ld 1733 March 30
      Grantor: Jacob Doughty
      Grantee: Samuel Large, Samuel Wilson, John Stevenson. Edward Rockhill, and
      Joseph King, trustees.
      Description: 4 acres of Amwell land for a Friends Meeting House.  This was
      called first the Bethleham Meeting;  next the Kingwood Meeting, and last
      the Quakertown Meeting. ild
   wm 1737 Jul 02 and on record at Trenton, NJ
   dm 1737 Aug 11 Bethlehem, Hunterdon Co., NJ
   wf 1742 Apr 07 PA_PCW 1742 N278 B_F P305 Abstract P787
      Amy Dougherty of Hunterdon Co., PA, widow
      Ch:  Daniel, Deperah (Heaton), Mary (Jones), Sarah (Humphreys), Elizabeth
      (Stockton), Esther (Coat) and Abigail (King)
      Grandchildren: Jacob & Samuel Stockton, Anne Jones, Anne Stockton, Anne
      Coat and Anne King. Son-in-law Joseph Stockton.
      Executors: Daniel Dougherty, Joseph Stockton, Samuel Coat & William King.
      Witnesses: Robert and Susanna Stockton and Benjamin White.
      Signed: with her mark
   df 1742 May 10  Bethlehem, Hunterdon Co., NJ. Hinshaw's Quaker Genealogy,
      V2 P355 Philadelphia Monthly Meeting.
      1742 Aug 02 will proved.
   n. 1915 Mar 10 Hunterdon Co. Democrat, Flemington, NJ  -  Jacob Doughty's
      Land, Daniel Smith, Isaac Horner
   n. The following list of children was taken from N. Y. Records, Vol. III
      and Vol. 30, Encyclopedia of American Quasker Genealogy, Vol. 3
   n. It is also found in EAD P347 (Hoff).  All dates have been augmented by two
      months added to those of EAD.  EAD's source was descendant Barclay White
      who possessed Daniel Doughty's Family Bible.  The year was ommitted from
      Jacob 66's birthdate. Hinshaw listed in EOAQGV3 P104 ten children born at
      Cowneck, Flushing, LI, NY and Jacob is not included, probably born before
      they lived at Cowneck.
 with Amy (nee Whitehead 65) Doughty
   Jacob 66       Abigail 66     Mary 66        Sarah 66       Amy 66
   b16951227      b16970415      b16990417      b17010119      b17020630
   Daniel 66      Deborah 66     Elizabeth 66   Esther 66      Ann 66
   b17031217      b17050823      b17070317      b17081017      b17101010
   Hannah 66      Abigail 66     Ann 66         Deborah 66
   b17120410      b17161003      b17171028      b17200512

Benjamin Doughty 65
   bm ____ ___ __ to Elias Doughty 64 et ux Sarah Frances (nee O'Neale 64)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah _ 65
   dm<1705 Aug 22
   mm 1705 Apr 11 Samuel Thorne 65 NYSML P41 GBR_V2 P27
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Thorne 64
   n. 1705 Aug 22 Intestate, inventory: of Flushing, Queens Co., NY 180 bushels
      of wheat in stock  4s3d #3855 Total amount #192.  There appeared before me
      Hannah Thorne, late Hannah Doughty, relict of Benjamin Doughty and made
      oathe of the above inventory.

William Doughty 65
   bm~1676 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 64 et ux Sarah Frances (nee O'Neale 64)
      Doughty at Flushing, Queens Co., NY.
   mf~1708 ___ __ Phebe Taylor 65, at Flushing, Queens Co., NY.
   bf 1685 ___ __ to Henry Taylor 64 of Flushing, NY, at Flushing.
   n. note the Dr. Henry Taylor records of Barbados in the Carribean and also
      quite a few Doughty records.  The timing seems right.
   n. wm 1709 Oct 03 NY_LISR P139.
      John Talman of Flushing.  Wife Mary to have use of my plantation at the
      bay side where I now live, about 100 acres, and the houses, till my son
      Peter comes of age; then she shall have half during her widowhood, with
      remainder to son Peter.  Son John to have the plantation on the hills by
      paying his brother Benjamin, when of age, L50.  To son James the
      plantation I bought of Powell Huff; James to pay his brother Joseph L70.
      To sons Benjamin & Joseph, and to my expected son the lots I bought in
      Bucks Co., Penn., with Wm. Laurence & others.  Residue to daus. Mary,
      Elizabeth & Sarah Talman.
      Executor: son John and friend Samuel Haight, Sr.
      Witness: Wm. Laurence, John Embree & James Clement.
      dm<1709 Mar 15
      1709 Mar 15 will proved.
   df 1714 Jan 10 - EAD P347 EOAQGV3 P105.
   n. wm 1716 Jul 28 Liber 9 P94-95.
      In the name of God, Amen. I, Henry Taylor, of Flushing in Queens County,
      Chyrurgeon, being infirm in body. I leave to my wife Sarah the use of all
      my estate, houses and lands and monies due to me, I leave to my eldest son
      Joseph Taylor 20 shillings, and to my son Benjamin (L5), and all my
      wearing apparel. I leave to my granddaughter, Abigail, wife of Benjamin
      Woolsey, 20 shillings. I leave to my grandson, William Doughty, (L3) to
      buy him a saddle and bridle. I leave to my grandsons William Doughty Jr.,
      son of my daughter Phebe, deceased, and William Marsh, Jr. son of my
      daughter, Sarah Marsh, all my houses, lands and tenements, situated in any
      part of the world, or the Province of New York. I leave one third of all
      my personal estate to my wife Sarah, and the rest to my daughter Sarah,
      wife of William Marsh, my grandson, William Doughty, my daughter Mary,
      wife of Francis Willett, of Rhode Island. I leave to my son Benjamin, all
      my right and interest to a certain tract of land in the township of Rye,
      in Westchester County, being part of what I lately puchased of William
      Lawrence, provided that he shall within six months, deliver to Richard
      Smith of Smithtown in Suffolk County a release and quit claim for my
      parcel of land and meadow at Uncachoge, in Meridian neck, in Suffolk
      County, which at any time did belong unto me. And he shall also give to my
      grandsons, William Doughty and William Marsh, a quit claim for all right
      in the farm whereon I now live in Flushing. I make my brother-in-law,
      John Palmer, of Westchester, and James Clement Jr. of Flushing, executors.
      Witnesses, Thomas Willett, John Rodman Jr. and Robert Pines.
      1718 Jul 05 Codicil. Confirms the foregoing will and adds a few directions
      concerning personal property. Mentions the Ferry Boat which he gives to
      his wife.
      Witnesses, Charles Doughty, Mary Almy, Elizabeth Doughty, Joseph Ludlam.
      1719 May 19 Proved before Peter Schuyler, President of Council.
   n. apparently a Justice at Jamaica, Queens Co., NY 1719-1723 where he
      removed - EAD.
   ld 1719 Jun 10 PA_BCDR - Land Deed Records, Bucks Co., PA  NP201 P79
      Grantor: Benjamin Field of Flushing, Queens co., LI, NY, yeoman
      Grantee: Thomas Stevenson of Bensalem, Bucks Co., yeoman
      Transaction: 89# for 1000 acres. Benjamin Field's ful proportion of 5,000
      acres granted to William Lawrence, John Tallman, Samuel Thorne, Joseph
      Thorne and Benjamin Field jointly from William Biles, deceased, by deed
      dated 1698 3rd 01.  The 5,000 acres was the original purchase of Thomas
      Hudson and was conveyed from Hudson to William Biles by deed in 1683. Made
      1719 Jun 10.
      Witness: Francis Doughty, Jr., Thomas Thorne, Thomas Ford.  Ackn: 1720 4th
      1720. JP: Joseph Kirkbride
   ld 1718 Jul 25 PA_BCDR - Land Deed Records, Bucks Co., PA  P53 NP16
      Grantor: Joseph Thorne of Flushing, Queens Co., NY, yeoman
      Grantee: Thomas Stevenson of Bensalem, yeoman.
      Transaction: 30# for 500 acres of land in Bucks Co., part of 5,000 acres
      laid out to Thomas Hudson and conveyed by William Biles, attorney for
      Hudson, to William Lawrence, John Talman, Joseph Thorne, Samuel Thorn and
      Benjamin Field by deed dated 1698 3rd 01 and each man given his share by
      Division dated 1705 Jan 21, the said 500 acres being Joseph Thorne's share
      Made 1718 Jul 25
      Witness: James Clement, Frances Yates.  JP: William Bloodgood.
   ld 1719 Jun 11 PA_BCDR - Land Deed Records, Bucks Co., PA  P53 NP17
      Grantor: Joseph Thorne of Flushing, Queens Co., NY, yeoman
      Grantee: Thomas Stevenson of Bensalem, yeoman.
      Transaction: 60# for 500 acres, part of the moiety of 5,000 acres conveyed
      to William Lawrence, John Talman, Samuel Thorne, Joseph Thorne and
      Benjamin Field by William Biles, deceased, by deed dated 1698 3rd 01. Said
      5,000 acres was the original land of Thomas Hudson and sold to these men,
      each man having a moiety of 1,000 acres, by power of attorney from Thomas
      Hudson.  Made 1719 Jun 11
      Witness: Will. Doughty, John Talman, Samuel Thorne, Jno. Stevenson.  Ackn
      1720 Jun 03.  JP: Joseph Kirkbride.
   ld 1719 Jun 11 PA_BCDR - Land Deed Records, Bucks Co., PA  P53 NP18
      Grantor: John Talman of Flushing, Queens Co., NY, yeoman.
      Grantee: Thomas Stevenson of Bensalem, Bucks Co., yeoman.
      Transaction: #200 for 1000 acres derived from the right of John Talman's
      father, John Talman, deceased.  Also, 500 acres which the seller
      purchased from Samuel Thorne, Jr. by deed dated 1718 May 13 which Samuel
      Thorne had the right of his father and was part of 5,000 acres granted to
      William Lawrance, John Talman, Samuel Thorne, Joseph Thorne and Benjamin
      Field jointly from William Biles of Bucks Co., deceased, by deed dated
      1698 Mar 01.  The said 5,000 acres was originally purchased by Thomas
      Hudson and was sold by William Biles by power of attorney from Thomas
      Hudson.  Made 1719 Jun 11
      Witness: Wm. Doughty, Jno. Stevenson, Samuel Thorne, Joseph Kirkbride,
      Thomas Thorne.
   ld 1719 Jun 11 PA_BCDR - Land Deed Records, Bucks Co., PA  P53 NP19
      Grantor: William Lawrence of Flushing, Queens Co., NY, gentleman.
      Grantee: Thomas Stevenson of Bensalem, Bucks Co. yeoman.
      Transaction: 57.10.0 for 500 acres in Bucks Co., being the moiety of
      Lawrance's share of 5,000 acres [same land as described in above entry]
      Made 1719 Jun 11.
      Witness: William Doughty, Jno. Stevenson, Samuel Thorne, John Talman.
      Ackn. 1720 4th 04 by Samuel Thorne and Thomas Stevenson by personal
      appearance before JP Joseph Kirkbride.
   n. for lack of a better place - William Doughty, exer of will of John Haight,
      Flushing; witness to will of John Griffing, Flushing, 1740 Apr 09 which
      mentions land purchased of Obadiah Doughty, and a lot of land "lying
      between Long Swamp and Wolf Pit Hill, bounded south by Francis Doughty .."
      Witnessed will of Thomas Ford, Flushing 1742 Jan 29. All William Doughty.
   n. Abstracts from the PA Gazette 1748-1755
      1749  Wm Doughty, late of Phila, blacksmith, leased ground on Pool's Hill
      in the Northern Liberties (leased of Benj'n Mifflin for 7y) to Alex'r
      Lang, late of Phila, dec'd, lease to be sold by Cayningham & Gardner,
      execs (7 Mar) P42
   n. wf 1750 Jun 19 NYHS Abstracts of Wills Collections P290 Liber 17 P182
      In the name of God, Amen, I, Elizabeth Ford, of Flushing, being sick.  I
      leave to my son, Benjamin 20 shillings.  I leave to my son-in-law, Caleb
      Griffin, 2/3 of my estate.  All the rest I leave to my two daughters,
      Elizabeth Savage and Sarah Griffin.
      Executor: Caleb Griffin
      Witness: William Doughty, William Griffin, Amea Griffin.
      Proved: 1750 Jul 28.
   n. DTV19N3P43
      5. Sally Peterson (ASLPet aol.com), Samuel & Ruth Doughty, 19981119, File.
      Peterson did give me the children of Samuel, and a few dates.  I'll send
   n. Children's births entered on the records of the 20th Street New York
      Friends Meeting.
 with Phebe (nee Taylor 65) Doughty
   William 66     Sarah 66
   b17101004      b17120921

Sarah Doughty 65
   bm 1680 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 64 et ux Sarah Frances (nee O'Neale 64)
      Doughty at Flushing, Queens Co., NY.
   mm 1718 ___ __ John Embree 65, at Flushing, Queens Co., NY.
   n. John 66 mf 1720 Jun 15 Elizabeth Lawrence 66 bf at Flushing, NY to Richard
      Lawrence 65 and Hannah (nee Bowne 65) Lawrence and had EAD P353
      Effingham mf Mary Lawrence
      Lawrence m Sarah Pearsall
      George m Abigail Bowne
      Hannah df not m, 1798
      Elizabeth 67 m Comfort Cornell and had Abigail who mm 1795 Jun 09 Jacob
      Doughty bm 1772 Jul 13.
 with John Embree 65
   John 66
   ~1720

Hannah Doughty 65
   mm 1704 May 30 Evardus Bogardus 65

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Margaret Doughty 65
   bf 1667 ___ __ to Enoch Doughty 64 with Mary (nee _ 64) Doughty
   mm 1686 May 05 William Berry 65 in Old Rappahanock County. Richmond Co., was
      created 1692.  Old Rappahanock County, Book 1682-1688, page 280.
   bm 1663
   n. Precious little is known about Margaret Doughty.
   n. "As I explained yesterday, the death date is a fudged "Before 2 June 1721"
      because that was the date Berry signed his will without mentioning
      Margaret---so it's presumed she was dead by then.  That leaves the birth
      date of 1667, and I couldn't locate a source for that.  I hope I got it
      from a St. Paul's or Farnham parish book and not from some Internet
      source. The 1667 date would have made her about 19 when she married. Most
      of what is known about Margaret has to do with real estate.  Some of Rev.
      Doughty's land passed to her and a great deal of Enoch's, making her a
      good catch for Berry, who wasn't so bad off himself.  Margaret was still a
      little girl when her father Enoch died too young, possibly in Bacon's
      Rebellion."  Bob Edwards
   n. ".. consider the will of her father and how he phrased it. Since she was
      not listed as underage (<18) in his will, then she was likely 18 by 1656.
      .. not gospel, since I haven't reviewed this part of my notes in a long
      while. Study the will closely, Henings Statutes At Large" contemporaneous.
      2008/11/20 NU descendant of Margaret & William Berry through Elizabeth
      Berry & Robert Strother.
   dm 1721
 with William Berry 65
   Joseph 66      Enoch 66       Margaret 66    Elizabeth 66
   b1691          b1695          b1696          b1698
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Elias Doughty 66
   bm 1687 Jun 05 to Francis Doughty 65 et ux Mary (nee Palmer 65) Doughty
      as recorded at Twentieth St. NY Friends Meeting.

Palmer Doughty 66
   bm 1689 Sep 20 to Francis Doughty 65 et ux Mary (nee Palmer 65) Doughty
      as recorded at Twentieth St. NY Friends Meeting.
   n. 1715 removed to Rye, NY
   ld ____ ___ __ NY_WCDR Westchester Co., NY 1715-1731 various deeds on record.
      Description: at Rye
   ld ____ ___ __ NY_WCDR Westchester Co., NY
      Description: at New Rochelle
   ld ____ ___ __ NY_WCDR Westchester Co., NY
      Description: at Eastchester
   n. 1722 Ensign of Militia, Westchester Co., NY
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ 66
   n. appears to live again at Flushing.
   dm 1734
 with Sarah

Francis Doughty 66
   bm 1691 Dec 20 to Francis Doughty 65 et ux Mary (nee Palmer 65) Doughty in
      Flushing, Queens Co., NY as recorded at Twentieth St. NY Friends Meeting.
   n. lived in Rye, Westchester Co., NY
   n. Bolton's "History of Westchester County", says: "Francis Doughty of Rye,
      1756, was father of John Doughty, Esq., and grandfather of Hon. John
      Doughty.  General George S. Doughty of West Farms and NYC was son of the
      latter.
   n. EOAQGV3 P104 Ch: Rebecca d 7 Mo (Sep) 1747.
              P105 Rebecca, dt Francis, Flushing, d 7 Mo (Sept) 7, 1747.
   n. wm 1748 Jun 12 NYHS Abstracts of Wills Collections P207 Liber 16 P396
      In the name of God, Amen.  I, Joseph Haight, of the Town of Rye.  I leave
      to my daughter, Elizabeth Brown, 5 shillings.  To my two eldest sonw,
      Henry and Cornelius, L5 each.  To my daughter Sarah, L5, and my trunk. To
      my daughter Philena, my best bed and furniture, and my chest and brass
      kettles.  To my youngest son, Joseph, all my wearing clothes, except my
      Camlet cloak lined with silk.  All the rest I leave to my youngest son
      Joseph, and my youngest daughter, Philena.
      Executor: Jonathan Brown and Francis Doughty, of Rye and they are to sell
      all my estate to best advantage.  My executors are to give a deed for my
      house and lands in Rye, to Joseph Fowler, of Harrison's Purchase,
      according to an agreement made between him and me, now in the hands of
      Hackaliah Theall.
      Proved: 1748 Jun 30
      Witness: Thomas Doughty, John Doughty, John Hill.
   wm 1756 May 06 recorded NYC
      Francis Doughty of Rye, Westchester Co., NY, devises his estate, mentions
      only his son John, receiving house, lands, etc. and his daughter Elizabeth
      wife of Jonathan Miller.
      Executor: son John
   dm<1761 ___ __
      1761 Mar 12 will proved.
 with
   John 67        Elizabeth 67
   ~1716          ~1720

Charity Doughty 66
   bf 1693 Feb 14 to Francis Doughty 65 et ux Mary (nee Palmer 65) Doughty
      as recorded at Twentieth St. NY Friends Meeting.
   mm ____ ___ __ John Embree 66
   bm 1690

Mary Doughty 66
   bf 1695 Feb 04 to Francis Doughty 65 et ux Mary (nee Palmer 65) Doughty
      as recorded at Twentieth St. NY Friends Meeting.
   mm 1730 ___ __ William Burling 66 EOAQGV3 P105.
   bm 1678
   dm 1743
   wf 1746 Sep 04 NYHS Abstracts of Wills Collections P166 Liber 16 P259
      I, Mary Burling, of Flushing, and Relict of William Burling,
      notwithstanding my weakness of Body, being of Sound mind, for which I give
      thanks to God Almighty." "I do hereby dispose of what Temporal estate he
      hath made me Steward of."  I leave to my sister, Charity Embree, my
      Caliminco quilted petticoat, etc.  I leave to my son James the book called
      "Sewel's History," and to my son Samuel, the Quarto Bible, and his
      father's wearing clothes, remaining in ye chest.  I leave to my daughter
      Mary the rest of my clothes and linnen and silver tea spoons, and my
      executors may sell all the rest of my estate, consisting partly of
      household goods;  Also 1/6 of my husband's estate which I am entitled to
      by his will.  All the remainter, I leave to my children, James, Samuel,
      and Mary, when they are of age.  Mentions "My sister Eleanor Burling's
      Children."
      Executors: John Embree and Benjamin Burling
      Witnesses: Samuel Borden, Anne Borden, Samuel Doughty.
      Proved: 1748 May 30 before Adam Lawrence, Esq.; Benjamin Burling was then
      dead.
   df 1747
      Note references to Isaac Doughty/_ Burlings in other wills.
 with William Burling 66
   James 67       Samuel 67      Mary 67

Obediah Doughty 66
   bm 1698 Jan 20 to Francis Doughty 65 et ux Mary (nee Palmer 65) Doughty in
      Flushing, Queens Co., NY.  Recorded at Twentieth St. NY Friends Meeting.
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Way 66 of Newtown, NY.
   bf 1695
   n. a house carpenter at Flushing.  EAD
   wm mentions no children, probably died young.
   dm 1764 Mar 12
      ____ Dec 08 will proved - not clear whether Obe or Mary from EAD.
   df 1767
 with Mary (nee Way 66) Doughty
   Obadiah 67
   b17351030

James Doughty 66
   bm 1701 Feb 08 to Francis Doughty 65 et ux Mary (nee Palmer 65) Doughty
      as recorded at Twentieth St. NY Friends Meeting.
   mf ____ ___ __ Catharine _ 65
   n. DTV19N3P43
   wm 1773 Jun 13 Abstracts of Wills, Lib. 28k P522 Collections of NYHS V8
      rwc75 - may be wrong James (too young?) may be James Doty?
      "Know all men by these presents that I, James Doughty, near Cold Spring,
      in Oyster Bay, Queens Co., yeoman, being far advanced in years, and weak
      in body."  My executors are to pay all debts, and if my personal property
      is not sufficient, the out of the lands left to my sons.  I leave to my
      wife Catherine the use of 1/3 of estate during widowhood, and all
      household goods, "and one of my horses of her election, and the use of
      the riding chair."  I leave to my son John all the utensils of farming,
      and all the lands, "beginning at the northwest corner joining the
      highway, that leads from Cold Spring to Oyster Bay, west of a piece of
      woodland, thence runing south along a hedge fence, to another hedge fence,
      and then east to where it runs south, then south to the northeast corner
      of a piece of woodland, and by it to the land I sold to Abraham Weekes,
      and by Weekes land east to the road from Cold Spring to the northeast
      corner of the Great Plains, and bounded east partly by said road and
      partly by Daniel Weekes'.  Also a piece of land, beginning at the north-
      west corner of the highway that leads from Fresh Pond to Great Plains;
      then south by the fence to other lands, then south to land of Abraham
      Weekes, then west to the highway, and then north along the highway about
      61 rods to beginning."  I leave to my son Zebulon all my cleared lands
      and woodlands west of the land given to my son John, and what land I
      have south of Fresh Pond.  I leave to my daughter Jemima Tobias, the use
      of #15, during her life, and then to Mary, daughter of Mary Greatman,
      and her granddaughter, Catherine Rodgers, #25.  I leave to my son John all
      live stock.  To my son Thomas my gun and #5.  I make my wife and my sons
      John and Herman Lefferts, executors.
      Witness: William Van Velzer, Daniel Weekes, Mark Macoon.
      1773 Sep 14 Proved.
 with Catherine
   John 67        Zebulon 67     Jemima 67      Thomas 67
   b              b              b              b

Thomas Doughty 66
   bm 1701 Dec 08 to Francis Doughty 65 et ux Mary (nee Palmer 65) Doughty in
      Flushing, Queens Co., NY.
      as recorded at Twentieth St. NY Friends Meeting.
 with
   Isaac 67       Enoch 67
   b              b

Sarah Doughty 66
   bf 1703 Jan 20 to Francis Doughty 65 et ux Mary (nee Palmer 65) Doughty
      as recorded at Twentieth St. NY Friends Meeting.

Phebe Doughty 66
   bf 1703 Jan 20 to Francis Doughty 65 et ux Mary (nee Palmer 65) Doughty
      as recorded at Twentieth St. NY Friends Meeting.
   df 1747

Eleanor Doughty 66
   bf 1706 Apr 16 to Francis Doughty 65 et ux Mary (nee Palmer 65) Doughty
      as recorded at Twentieth St. NY Friends Meeting.
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Elias Doughty 66
   bm 1692 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Hinchman 65) Doughty
      in Flushing, Queens Co., NY
   mf 1718 Jun 05 Mary Ismond 65 at Flushing, Queens Co., NY. NYMM
      Hinshaw, EOAQGV3 P104 gives name as Eastman.
   n. Lived at Flushing, Queens Co., NY.
   wm 1756 Jun 14 NYCW 1780-1782 P420
      Abstracts of Wills on File in the Surrogate's Office, City of NY, V10.
      Know all men by these Presents that I, Elias Doughty, of Flushing, Queens
      County on Nassau Island, yeoman, being this twenty-third day of January,
      1764, well in health of body and mind.  I devise all my land and rites to
      lands, houses, buildings, and improvements, and all my moveable estate,
      (except what is hereafter willed away), to be sold.  I leave to my son
      Jacob, #50, to be paid at the discretion of my executorsm and if my
      executors don't think proper to pay it unto Jacob, what remains shall be
      paid unto his children as they come of age.  Unto my son Wiolloia,m, #50;
      payable at the discretion of my executors; and if they don't think proper
      to pay unto William, then it shall be paid unto his children as they come
      of age. Unto my two grandchildren, Mary and Sarah Doughty, daughters of my
      daughter Mary, deceeased, #20 each.  Unto my sons, John, Charles and
      Timothy Doughty and daughter, Sarah Doughty, all my estate to be equally
      divided.  Unto daughter Sarah, the two best beds and furniture, and all my
      linen, my riding chair, and large brass kettle, half dozen new pewter
      plates, notwithstanding I have ordered all my estate to be sold; my
      daughter Sarah shall have the things mentioned, over and above her equal
      part, with the deduction of #100 for a negro boy Ceasar, which I have
      already given her.  I make my sons, John, Charles, and Timothy Doughty,
      executors.
      Witness: Elias Doughty, John Cromwell, Sarah Doughty, Quakeress.
   dm 1777 May
      1781 Apr 05 will proved.
   n. 1782 Apr 15 New York Gazette-Mercury: For sale by John & Charles Doughty,
      the farm of Elias Doughty (dec'd) in Township of Flushing, LI, near the
      Great Plains DTV19N4P57
 with Mary (nee Ismond 65) Doughty, Hinshaw says 7 children.
   John 67        Jacob 67       Charles 67     Mary 67        William 67
   b1717          b1718          b1720          b1722          b1725
   Joseph 67      Sarah 67       Timothy 67
   b1727          b1730          b1732

Elizabeth Doughty 66
   bf 1693 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Hinchman 65) Doughty
   mm 1690 ___ __ Peter Talman 66
   n. they had several children.

Thomas Doughty 66
   bm 1695 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Hinchman 65) Doughty
      in Flushing, Queens Co., NY
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Ismond 66 in Flushing, Queens Co., NY
   bf 1697
   n. NJ_HOMonC P613-614
      1731 Apr 01 Taxable Inhabitants of Upper Freehold "A Tax For raising
      Money By order of y^e Justices & Freeholders, for Building A Cort house In
      y^e County of Monmouth". A few of interest here:
      Thomas Doughty                    170 acres
      John King                         450
      Richard Horsfield                 250
      Benjamin Lawrence                 950
      John Lawrence, Sr.                300
      John Williams                     100
      John Dennis                       240
      Widow Lawrence                    300
      Widow Woodward                     15
      Thomas Woodward                   400
      Joseph Woodward                   250
   n. NJ_HOMonC P614-616 As in 1731, John Lawrence is the Assessor.
      1758 Oct List of all the Taxables in the Township of Upper Freehold, in
      Monmouth Co., NJ.
      William Eastman                   150
      John Eastman                      330
      Daniel Dole
      Robert English
      Robert English, Jr.               110
      David English                     110
      John Fenton                         6
      Joseph Humphrey                    16
      John Horsfield                    680
      Joseph Woodward                   200
      Joseph Woodward, Jr.              300
      Thomas Woodward, Esq.             500
   n. wm
      Saxton, William. Inventory of, Late of vpper frehold, Defeased, by
      John King, Thomas Doughty and Jofhua Wright.
      1732 8th 28 "Caled october."   Proved by affirm. of John King and
      Jofhua Wright, "being of the people called Quakers," that the other
      appraiser, Thomas Doughty, was present at the appraisement; before
      Saml Bustill, Regr, "at Burlington," Jan. 20, 1732, and by affirm. of
      John Stuart, one of the Executors, of William Saxton, "being of the People
      called Quarkers"; before Saml Bustill, Regr. - from Rootsweb, courtesy BW.
   ld 1737 Apr 05 NJ_BuCDR B_AV P152
      Grantor: Thomas Doughty, yeoman, et ux Elizabeth, of Upper Freehold Twp.
      Monmouth Co., NJ
      Grantee: Thomas Woodward, yeoman of the same place
      Transaction: for #449.10.
      Thomas received land from Elias Doughty and his wife Elizabeth on 1738 May
      11. [This date is obviously wrong--GJB]
      Plot #1 of 180 acres borders Crosswicks Creek; Joseph Arney's land,
      formerly John Arney, dec'd.; Thomas Woodward of the John Woodward tract.
      Plot#2 of 2 acres bounds Joseph Arney; Thomas Woodward, late John
      Woodward.  Witnesses: Joseph Arney, Owen Cayne, James Pascoe(s).
      1803 Sep 05 recoded by Judge Isaac Smith.
      Richard Potts, a Quaker, told that his daughter married Joseph Arney and
      Potts identified Arney's signature. Potts said that Cayne was dead and
      Pascoe's location was unknown. Thomas and Elizabeth Doughty, according
      to Potts, were "dead many years."
      AV (next deed) 1782 may 25
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_BCuDR B_AV P154
      Grantor: Joseph Woodward
      Grantee: Thomas Lewis Woodward of Upper Freehold Twp., Monmouth Co, NJ,
      Transaction: for #73, the plantation called "Doughties Place."
      Description: Bounded by
      Anthony Woodward, Crosswicks Creek; Samuel Lippincott, et al.  for 182
      acres.  Witnesses: Andrew Reed, George Harrison.  1803 Sep 05 recorded by
      Judge Isaac Smith. John Smith, aged about 43 years [so b. c1760] said he
      knew Reed. They both worked at Hanover Furnace. Reed died four years ago
      [c1799]. Smith knew Joseph Woodward, brother of Thomas Lewis Woodward and
      he also knew Harrison, saying they were both dead many years.
      ANALYSIS by GJB:
      Apparently, Thomas Doughty and Elizabeth Ismond/Esmond, originally of
      Flushing, LI, NY, acquired the land from father Elias Doughty, son of
      Elias, son of Rev. Francis Doughty. Thomas Doughty sold the land to
      Thomas Woodward in 1737. Thomas died (conjecture) and left the land to a
      son, Joseph Woodward (conjecture). Joseph Woodward in 1782 sold the land
      to his brother Thomas Lewis Woodward. Anthony could be another brother,
      having inherited another part of the original John Woodward tract.
      QUERY:
      How do all the Woodwards and Smiths and Doughtys connect? I read one
      undocumented account that said that Thomas L. Woodward married Elizabeth
      Dennis and produced Isaac Woodward. Does that point to a relation to
      Isaac Smith? Aside from this deed in far western Monmouth County, Henry
      Woodward married Ruth (Cordrey [possibly a second marriage for Ruth
      Ireland]) in Egg Harbor Township, Gloucester (now Atlantic) County, NJ.
      They have daughters listed in Quaker records in 1749, '51, '54, '56, and
      '59. In addition, Richard Smith OF LONG ISLAND appears in Quaker records
      in Egg Harbor Twp. Richard had a son Isaac Smith born in 1745 (among
      many other children). Furthermore, from the wills of Sarah Doughty and
      Gilbert Woodward in 1815 and 1811 (NJA), we find that another Elias
      Doughty married Sarah Woodward, daughter of Gilbert Woodward and had
      sons William, Elias, and Gilbert Doughty. Gilbert Woodward lived in New
      York City and also had a brother John and a sister Charity of Hoboken.
      Elias and Sarah Doughty lived in Hoboken, just across the river from New
      York. Elias had a brother John from Brooklyn who had a son Charles.
   n. removed to Mansfield, Burlington Co., NJ.
   n. Abstracts from the PA Gazette 1748-1755
      1752  House of Thomas Doughty of NY, merchant was broken into on the night
      of 3 Dec (7 Dec) P209
   n. Sheriff, William, of New York City, mariner - Adm (1769 Jun 02)
      Willett Taylor and John Anderson, creditors - Bd: Willett Taylor,
      merchant, John Anderson, mariner, Thomas Brookman, joiner, and
      Thomas Doughty, merchant, all of New York City. GDNYAB P123
 with Elizabeth (nee Ismond 66) Doughty
   Thomas 67      Elias 67       Jacob 67       John 67        William 67
   <1725          <1730          b              b              b
   Joseph 67      Isaiah 67      Daniel 67      Elizabeth 67   Mary 67
   b              b1742          b              b              b
   Ann 67         Amy 67
   b              b

Joseph Doughty 66
   bm 1697 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Hinchman 65) Doughty
      in Flushing, Queens Co., NY.
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Cornwall 66 at Flushing.
   bf 1705
   dm 1732/3 ___ __ in Flushing, Queens Co., NY. EOAQGV3 P104
      1732/3 ___ __ Sarah, recorded same time as Joseph.  EOAQGV3 P104
   n. widow and child removed to Dutchess Co., NY and settled in the town of
      Beekman.
   n. 20090713 highly speculative 1800 Census of Mary placement. - RWC.
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93  R21 P112 P125:1 N4004
      NY, Dutchess Co., Stanford
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Mary Doughty            /01 00 00 00 00/00 00 01 01 01/0 0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 (Mary)__________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 with Mary (nee Cornwell 66) Doughty
   Joseph 67
   b1728

Charity Doughty 66
   bf 1698 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Hinchman 65) Doughty
      in Flushing, Queens Co., NY
   mm 1726 Dec 23 William Cornell 66 of Hempstead, she of Flushing, NY.  Records
      of Hempstead, LI, NY  LDSR#0017693 in St. George's Church, Hempstead, LI,
      NY
   bm 1705 ___ __ to William Cornwell 65 et ux
   df 1746 Feb 17
   dm<1781 Apr 05 Hempstead, Queens Co., NY
 with William Cornell 66
   Elizabeth 67   William 67     John 67        Timothy 67     Susannah 67
   b1732          ~1727          ~1728          ~1729          ~1730
   Anne 67
   ~1731

Sarah Doughty 66
   bf 1700 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Hinchman 65) Doughty

Mary Doughty 66
   bf 1704 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Hinchman 65) Doughty
   mm 1730 Mar 20 Timothy Horsfield 66 of Brookland, she of Flushing.  Records
      of Hempstead, LI,NY LDSR#0017693
   bm 1673 Aug 16
   n. History of Allegheny county, Pa. 1889  P247.
         Timothy Horsfield was one of the founders of the Moravian Church in New
      York.
         He was a Colonel and removed to Northampton Co., Pa. where he became an
      active colonial officer.  Their son, Joseph Horsfield, who was a member of
      the first Constitutional Convention of Pennsylvania, married a daughter
      of Daniel Benezet.
         Parents of Eliza Horsfield who married Jacob Wolle, the son of a
      Moravian missionary in the West Indies.
         Dr. Thomas Horsfield, naturalist of Sir Stamford Raffles' expedition is
      a descendant.
   n. Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society, Vol. V, No. 3,
      "Old Moravian Cemetery of Bethlehem, Pa., 1742-1897, "Augustus Schultze
      and No. 4, "Index to Old Moravian Cemetery of Bethlehem, Pa."
      "Timothy Horsfield, 1708-73; born in Liverpool, England; butcher; came to
      America in his 17th year and, in 1731 married Mary DOUGHTY of Long Island.
      Having made the acquaintance of D[avid]. NITSCHMANN and Peter BOEHLER, he
      entertained many Moravian missionaries on their way from and to Europe and
      the West Indies. In 1749 he moved to Bethlehem and was appointed the first
      "Justice of the Peace," which office he held for 12 years. Three children
      survive him."
   dm 1761
 with Timothy Horsfield 66
   Timothy 67     Joseph 67      Eliza 67
   b              b              b

Ann Doughty 66
   bf 1708 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Hinchman 65) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Lewis 66
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John Doughty 66
   bm 1691 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Jackson 65) Doughty
      in Flushing, Queens Co., NY.
   mf 1722 Oct 08 Hannah Sleigh 66, NYMM has as John's birthdate; either
      marriage or son John's birthdate. The name Sleigh may derive from Sleght
      of the Hugeonot/Dutch (see DuBois file), also Sleight, Slecht is found.
      Com rpd m accomplished 10 Mo (Dec) 25, 1723, cert nor recorded.
      EOAQGV3 P408 WBYMM
   n. lived at Jamaica (Little Plains), Queens Co., NY.
   wm 1756 Nov 07 NYHS Abstracts of Wills, Collections P217 Liber 20 P464
      I, John Doughty, of Jamaica, in Queens Co., yeoman, November 7, 1756,
      being in health.  I leave to my wife Hannah 2 good cows, and my best bed
      and chest of drawers, and the use of my dwelling house and tract of land
      situate in the Little Plain in the town of Jamaica, so long as she remains
      my widow, and no longer, also a negro girl.  My executors are to sell all
      my messuage, tenement, dwelling house, and tract of land, and salt meadow
      at a place called Hungry Harbor in the town of Hempstead, with all
      appurtenances. From the proceeds they are to pay to my wife L50.  To my
      son John L20, The rest to my sons, John, Charles, Christopher, Robert, and
      my daughter, Hannah.  After the death or marriage of my wife, my executors
      are to sell the dwelling house and lands at Little Plain, in Jamaica and
      divide the proceeds as above.
      Executor: sons John, Christopher and Robert.
      Witness: Benjamin Field, Gilbert Field and Thomas Hicks, Jr.
   dm 1757 Dec 31
      1758 Feb 22 will proved.
 with Hannah (nee Sleigh 66) Doughty
   John 67        Charles 67     Hannah 67      Christopher 67 Robert 67
   b1724          b1728          b1732          b1735          b

Charles Doughty 66
   bm 1691 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Jackson 65) Doughty
      in Queens Co., NY.
   mf ____ ___ __ _ Cornwall 66, widow.
   n. no issue.

Sarah Doughty 66
   bf 1693 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Jackson 65) Doughty
      in Queens Co., NY.
   mm ____ ___ __ Thomas Cornell 66
   n. they had eight children.
   wm 1739/40 Feb 09
      Thomas Cornwell of Oyster Bay in Queens Co.
      Witness: Samuel Doughty
   n. http://thorn.pair.com
 with Thomas Cornell 66
   Martha 67
   b17320228

Elizabeth Doughty 66
   bf 1695 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Jackson 65) Doughty
      in Queens Co., NY.
   mm ____ ___ __ Samuel Cornell 66 after her sister Hannah's death.
   bm 1700
 with Samuel Cornell 66
   no issue

Samuel Doughty 66
   bm 1697 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Jackson 65) Doughty
      in Queens Co., NY.
   mf 1748 Mar 10 Deborah Lawrence 66 Willets in Flushing, NY NYMM.  She was the
      widow of John Willets of Flushing with whom she married 1734 Oct 08.
      EOAQGV3 P105
   bf 1717 Sep 01 to Samuel Lawrence 65 et ux Mary (nee Hicks 65) Lawrence in
      Queens Co., NY, her parents of Flushing.
   n. wm 1754 Apr 02 NYHS Abstracts of Wills, Collections P170 Liber 20, P257
      "The last will and testament of Abel Smith, of Hempstead, made the 2d day
      of April, 1754."  My executors are to sell all personal estate, and all
      that tract of land, with the meadows and marshes thereto belonging, now in
      possession of my so, Samuel Smith, which I bought of Samuel Sands, Jr.,
      except 13 acres of timber land across the south end of the tract, and they
      are to pay all debts.  i leave to my daughter Jemima L47.  All the rest of
      the money from said sales I leave to my two daughters.  I leave to my sons
      Samuel and Maurice, all my farm or Plantation where I now live, and the 13
      acres of timber land reserved, and all the buildings, and all my rights on
      Cow Neck and elsewhere.  I leave to my wife Ruth L350, but if she marries
      she is to have only L200.
      Executor: brother Benjamin Smith, and friends Thomas Pearsall, Jr., and
      Samuel Doughty.
      Witness: Richbell Mott, Simon Sands, Benjamin Sands.
      Proved: 1757 Apr 25
   n. 1755 certified mbr. EOAQGV3 P105.
   n. wm 1756 Mar 08 NYHS Abstracts of Wills, Collections P191 Liber 20, P356
      I, John Bowne, of Flushing, in Queens Co., this 8th of the 3d month,
      called March, 1756, being in health.  I leave to my wife Dinah L100, and
      my negro girl "Ziporah," and 1/2 my silver spoons and a silver porringer,
      and 1/5 of all my books, and the use of L50 so long as she remains my
      widow, and no longer, Also the use of two negro slaves, "Also the use of
      all that certain messuage, dwelling house, and tract of land, situate
      near the town of Flushing, where I now live, ans was my father, Samuel
      Bowne's homestead, and given to me by deed of gift the 25 day of the 2nd
      month called April, 1740," Also the use of the tract of land and meadow
      which I purchased from Hugh Wentworth and Mary his wife, March 24th,1749/
      50, Also the use of the piece of land which I purchased from William Stead
      and Mary his wife, September 4, 1754, until my son John is 21, for the
      bringing up of my children.  After he is of age my wife is to have the use
      of the west end of my dwelling house and 1/2 of my garden.  I leave to my
      son Thomas all that my messuage, dwelling house, and tract of land situate
      at a place called Rocky Hill, in the town of Flushing, which I purchased
      of my father, Samuel Bowne, and others, as by deeds, with all buildings,
      except three 10 acre lots which I order to be sold.  I leave to my son
      John, when of age, all that my dwelling house and tract of land where I
      now live that was my father's homestead, Also that tract of land and
      meadow I purchased of Hugh Wentworth and the land I purchased of William
      Stead, subject to my wife's right, Also my silver watch.  I leave to my
      son Robert all that certain messuage, dwelling house, and tract of land
      situate in Flushing, which I purchased from my uncle, John Bowne, April
      18, 1740, Also that certain lot which I purchased of Samuel Borden, March
      11, 1747, Also l600 when he is of age.  I leave to my daughter, Mary
      Bowne, L500, also a negro girl, and my silver tankard, and 1/2 of my
      silver spoons, and silver cup.  I leave to my son Robert all my salt
      meadow lying on Newtown side of the creek in Newtown meadows.  I leave to
      my children, Thomas, Mary, John, and Robert, all my books, except 1/5
      given to my wife. My executors are to sell my three 10 acre lots at
      discretion, and the money to be used in paying legacies.
      Executors: trusty friends, Matthew Franklin, Samuel Doughty and Benjamin
      Doughty.
      Witness: John Field, Jr., Benjamin Field, George Hicks.
      Proved: 1757 Jun 06
   n. wm 1771 Jul 29 will of Thomas Smith of Jamaica, Queens Co., LI, NY.  NYHS
      Witness: Samuel Doughty
   n. lived in Jamaica, NY.
   n. 1782 Apr 24 Samuel Doughty's barn at Jamaica South was occupied by troops
      Woods' "History of Long Island".
   wm ____ ___ __ recorded in Jamaica, Queens Co., NY. showing the children of
      his wife by her first marriage as Mary Willet mm _ Areson and had Nancy,
      George, Mary and Sarah; and Ann Willet mm _ Colden and had Cadwalader,
      Mary, Elizabeth & Catherine.
   dm 1791
 with Deborah (nee Lawrence 66) Doughty. EOAQGV3 P105 lists three.
   Margaret 67    Elizabeth 67   Samuel 67      William 67     Charles 67
   b1750          b1753          b1756          b17580112      b17601201

Benjamin Doughty 66
   bm 1699 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Jackson 65) Doughty
      at Rock Hill, Queens Co., NY.
   mf 1737 Feb 02 Hannah Williams 66 at Cow Neck, Queens Co., NY.
   bf 1711 Nov 09 to Jeremiah Williams 65 et ux Philadelphia (nee Masters 65)
      Williams.
   n. son of Chas ( dec), 1737 Dec 01 rqc (of clear) NYMM
   n. certified mbr 1755;dis mo 1777-8-7;rst 1786-11-2 NYMM
   n. Proprietor of Chesterfield, West New Jersey.  DS 3pp fol. 1728.  Deed
      transferring to Samuel Cornell, forty acres in Flushing, LI.  Signed by
      William Phillips et al. (The Collector - A Magazine for Autographs and
      Historical Collectors  Vol XLIV No 6 NY 1930 May, Whole No. 478)
   n. wm 1760 Jan 23 PAPCWA Philadelphia County Will Abstracts P247 B_3 P143
      Jeremiah Williams of Nockamixon, yeoman. Wife Mary and son Benjamin,
      Exrs - Daus. Hannah Doughty - Anne Woods, Martha Hill & Dau. Mary.
      Letters granted to Benjamin. Proved 1766 Jun 06
      Witness: Christian Weaver, John Moore & Henry Heite.
   n. wf 1766 Jun 12 PAPCWA Philadelphia County Will Abstracts P302 B_3 P357
      Mary Williams of Nockamixon Twp. widow of Jeremiah Williams - son
      Benjamin, Exr. Daus: Hannah, wife of Benjamin Doughty, Ann Carter &
      Mary Williams.  Gdaus: Mary, Margaret, Lydia, Anne & Susanna Williams,
      Elizabeth and Frances Woods & gson Benj. Woods ch of Fortunatus Woods.
      Gch. Mary, Hannah & Sarah Hill, ch of Benjamin Hill.
      Wits: John Hiff, Henry Weaver & John Williams.
   n. lived at Flushing, Queens Co., NY and were active members of the Friends'
      Meeting there.
   ld 1750 Apr 16 - Genealogical and personal memoroal of Mercer Co.
      Grantor: to be sold, plantation on Prince-town, formerly belonging to
      "Benjamin Doughty.  Google
   dm 1786 Aug 21 NYMM
 with Hannah (nee Williams 66) Doughty
   Philadelphia67 Charles 67     Benjamin 67    Hannah 67      Elizabeth 67
   b1738          b17411230      b17441110      b1747          b1750
   William 67
   b17551117

Mary Doughty 66
   bf 1701 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Jackson 65) Doughty
      in Queens Co., NY.
   mm 1747 Sep 10 Zebulon Dickenson 66 of Oyster Bay, Queens Co., NY who had two
      sons by former marriage to Rose Townsend.
      Mary, dt Charles (dec), Flushing; m 1747 Zebulon Dickenson. EOAQGV3 P105.
      Hinshaw's Quaker records for Westbury MM: "Dickinson....
      Townsend, s Zebulon & Rose, Cedar Swamp; m abt 1754 Anne Underhill, dt
      of Amos & Elizabeth Anne ack her mo [acknowledge her marrying out of
      meeting] when very young 4-16-1760
      Zebulon gct [got certificate to] Flushing 6 Mo (Aug) 1747 (clear) [that
      is, clear for marriage, I believe] Glenn
   bm 1700 ___ __ to Joseph Dickinson 65
   wm 1751 Sep 29 NYHS Abstracts of Wills Collections P372 Liber 18 P52
      I, Zebulon Dickenson, of the town of Oyster Bay, being sick, I leave to my
      wife Mary a negro girl and L100, and the use of 1/3 of my real estate
      while she remains my widow, and no longer.  After my wife's decease, I
      leave all my estate to my two sons, Townsend and Henry Dickenson.
      Witness: brothers-in-law, Samuel and Benjamin Doughty, and Penn Townsend.
      Witness: Wright Frost, Samuel Cock, Thomas Pearsall, Jr.
      Proved: 1751 Dec 03 at Jamaica, before Samuel Clowes, Jr.
   dm 1751

Hannah Doughty 66
   bf 1703 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Jackson 65) Doughty
      in Queens Co., NY.
   mm ____ ___ __ Samuel Cornell 66 in Queens Co., NY.
   bm 1700 ___ __ to William Cornell
   n. Hannah Cornell 67 m Francis Browne; Samuel Cornell 67 mf Susan Mampson df
      1778 dm 1781 and they were the ancestors of the family of remarkable
      wealth, intelligence, culture and influence; Mary mm Arthur Mampson;
      Charles mf Elizabeth Cornell; Robert mf Anne Links.
   df ____ ___ __
   n. son Samuel mf Susan Mampson df 1778 dm 1781.  They were the ancestors of
      the family noted for intelligence, wealth, culture and influence.
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Doughty 66, Hannah's sister
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Jackson 65) Doughty
   df
   mf ____ ___ __ Susannah Willet 66
 with Samuel Cornell 66
   Hannah 67      Samuel 67      Sarah 67       Mary 67        Charles 67
   b              b1731          b              b              b
   Robert 67
   b

Martha Doughty 66
   bf 1705 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Jackson 65) Doughty
      in Queens Co., NY.
   mm 1723 ___ __ Samuel Hicks 66 in Queens Co., NY.
   bm 1700
   dm 1730
   n. Samuel 67 dm 1759 not married; Mary mm Dr. James Townsend.
   mm 1739 ___ __ Nathaniel Townsend 66
      WBYMM EOAQGV3 P408
   bm 1698 Feb 25 to James Townsend of Jericho, Long Island.  Nathaniel was born
      in Queens Co., NY.  EAD
   wm 1754 May 18 NYHS Abstracts of Wills, Collections P29 Liber 19 P99 also Calendar of Wills P387 #1708(T37) Jerico, Queens Co., yeoman.
      I, Nathaniel Townsend, of Jericho, in the town of Oyster Bay, in Queens
      County, being this 18 day of 5th month, called May, in the year 1754, very
      sick and of exquisite pain of body, but my understanding pretty well, and
      am willing to settle the affairs of my outward estate in Peace before my
      final change."  I leave to my well-beloved wife, Martha Townsend, one of
      my choicest beds, and full furniture thereto belonging, and my cupboard,
      which I had by her, and a brass kettle which her mother gave her, also
      L130, And if she wished to take her portion in movables, she can take them
      as apraised, and she is also to have all my store of bread corn, meat, and
      other necessaries for the family.  My executors may sell movable estate if
      they think proper.  I leave to my son Stephen L12.  At the end of one year
      my executors are to sell my house and lands, and after payment of debts
      they are to my son Stephen L15, and to my son John L15.  My two daughters
      Martha and Almy, are each to have L70 when of age.  All the rest I leave
      to my three sons, Stephen, John, and Nathaniel.
      Executor: two brothers-in-law, Samuel Doughty and Benjamin Doughty, and my
      son-in-law, Richard Willitts, and they are to put out my son Nathaniel to
      some trade or calling.
      Witness: William Seaman, Zebulon Seaman, Samuel Willis.
   dm 1754 May 22
      1754 Aug 30 will proved.
   df 1759 Jul 19 EAD
 with Samuel Hicks 66
   Samuel 67      Mary 67
   b              b
 with Nathaniel Townsend 66
   Stephen 67     John 67        Nathaniel 67   Martha 67      Almey 67
   b              b              b              b              b
   Elizabeth 67
   b

Phebe Doughty 66
   bf 1707 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 65 et ux Elizabeth (nee Jackson 65) Doughty
      in Flushing, NY
   mm 1734 Dec 05 Richard Cornell 66, NYMM.
      Phebe, dt Charles, Flushing; m 1734 Richard Cornell. EOAQGV3 P105.
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Cornell 65,
      Colket says father was Thomas Cornell of Hempstead.
   n. had 4 children
 with Richard Cornell 66
   ______________ ______________ ______________ _____________   .
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Jacob Doughty 66
   bm 1695 Jan 27 to Jacob Doughty 65 et ux Amy (nee Whitehead 65) Doughty
      in Hempstead, Nassau Co., NY.
   n. from EAD - the oldest son, probably d. early, as his birth is not entered
      on the Cow Neck or 20th St. NY Friends records and he is not mentioned in
      his father's will.

Abigail Doughty 66
   bf 1697 Apr 15 to Jacob Doughty 65 et ux Amy (nee Whitehead 65) Doughty
      in Hempstead, Nassau Co., NY.
   df 1714 Feb 27

Mary Doughty 66
   bf 1699 Apr 17 to Jacob Doughty 65 et ux Amy (nee Whitehead 65) Doughty
      in Hempstead, Queens Co., NY.
   mm 1717 Nov 12 John Jones 66 in Springfield Twsp., Burlington Co., NJ
      NJ_BuCMR, P128 - Craig   FWPL GEN 974.981C
      Witnesses to marriage: Richard, Edward, Jonathan, Edward, Ewan, Elizabeth,
      Mary Jones.  Jacob Arney.  Daniel, Sarah, Amy, Deborah, Elizabeth, and
      Francis Doughty, Jr.  Samuel Bunting, Preserve Brown, Daniel Smith,
      Matthew Watson, and others.
   bm ____ ___ __ to Edward Jones 65 et ux Mary (nee Wynne 65) Jones, NJ_BuCMR,
      P128. Edward of Pennsylvania.  NJ son of Eden? Jones
   n. John Jones of Meirion, Phila. Co., PA, Chyrurgion, son of Edward
   n. John Jones, Jr. of Philadelphia, Pa. mf 17560812 Mary Brown of Nottingham
      Twp. bf to Preserve Brown et ux Mary (nee French) at Chesterfield as m.
      witnessed by Preserve, Mary, Richard, Sarah, Sarah, Abia, William Brown.
      Mary, Rebecca, Doughty Jones; John Sykes, Joseph Stockton, Amos Middleton,
      Ambrose Field, William Lawrie, Timothy Abbott and others.
   n. Note the Abia Brown witness to John Jones, Jr.'s marriage.
      wm 1802 Aug 20 - he is a boatbuilder in Northern Liberties, Phila.
      http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/philadelphia/wills/willabstrbk1a.txt
   n. From Dotscott aol.com 1999 Apr 20 20:50:37 Tue Yes, I found a John Jones
      on page 342, Vol II, Genealogies of L.I. Families A postscript to one of
      the many articles on the Thorn Family was furnished by Hazel Van Dyke
      Roberts of NYC.  She stated that in v.95, p.17, a Mr. Thorn Dickenson,
      quoting the Matlick Ms in the Gen. Society of Pa files, gives the wife of
      Thomas Thorn, b 1794 Mar 6, as Susan Moon.  Hazel Roberts corrects the
      wife's name to Mary Jones, dau. of John and Anna (Gough) Jones.  In vol 1
      there appears, p.118, a Benjamin Jones whose dau. Anna m. at Bucks Co.
      Dutch Church - 1761 Dec 23  Joost (George he called himself) Bennet.
   n. Rebecca Jones 67 of Mt. Holly, Burlington Co., NJ df18170225 at same place
      mm 17621010 William Brown. She the daughter of John & Mary (Doughty) Jones
   dm 1743
 with John Jones 66
   Deborah 67     Thomas 67      Israel 67      Doughty 67     Edward 67
   ~1718          ~1720          ~1722          ~1724          ~1726
   John 67        Whitehead 67   Samuel 67      Amy 67         Mary 67
   ~1728          ~1730          ~1732          ~1734          ~1736
   Martha 67      Sarah 67       Rebecca 67
   ~1738          ~1740          ~1742

Sarah Doughty 66
   bf 1702 Jan 19 to Jacob Doughty 65 et ux Amy (nee Whitehead 65) Doughty
      in Hempstead, Nassau Co., NY.  Should be 1701?
   mm 1724 Aug 09 Jonathan Humphries 66, Hunterdon Co., NJ Hinshaw's Quaker
      Genealogy, Volume 2 Burlington MM (p215)
   bm ____ ___ __ to Daniel Humphrey 66 et ux Hannah (nee Wynn 66) Humphrey in
      Chester Co., PA (now Montgomery Co.?)
   n. Craig P120 17580508 Sarah Doughty mm John Humphries  Burlington ????
   dm 1771
   df 1744 Jul __ interred 23 Merion, PA
   n. From Lindougene aol.com Sat Apr 24 09:33:43 1999 Subject: Re; HUMPHREY
      There is a note attached to this info:  SARAH married a cousin of MARY's
      husband, JOHN JONES.  They lived in the Bounds of Radnor MM in the Welsh
      Tract in then Chester County, Now Montgomery County.
      This info was sent to me a while ago by a woman in Arizona named Wanda
      Sparks, a descendent of one of the children.
   n. Hannah was b in Chester, PA.
 with Jonathan Humphrey 66
   Hannah 67      Ann 67         Mary 67        Daniel 67      Jacob 67
   b17251011      b17270419      b17290210      b17310502      b17310502
   Benjamin 67    Whitehead 67   Jonathan 67    Isaac 67
   b17320617      b17340320      b17351223      b17370517
   Amy 67
   b1725

Amy Doughty 66
   bf 1702 Jun 30 to Jacob Doughty 65 et ux Amy (nee Whitehead 65) Doughty
   mm 1719 Jun 18 Samuel Stockton 66 of Somerset Co., she of Chesterfield,
      he of Stony Brook.  Witnesses: Jacob, Amy, Sarah, Elizabeth Doughty;
      Wm. Wood, Richard French, Thomas Folkes, Preserve Brown, John Bunting,
      Wm. Montgomery, Anthony Woodward, Joseph Reckless, John Leonard, Richard
      Stockton; Joseph, Robert and John Stockton.  Chesterfield Friends MM
      Marriage Records 1686-1800 p669 & 665.
 with Samuel Stockton 66

Daniel Doughty 66
   bm 1703 Dec 17 to Jacob Doughty 65 et ux Amy (nee Whitehead 65) Doughty
      in Cow Neck, Hempstead, Queens Co., NY (corresponding exactly to 1703 Dec
      28 - 1703 10th 17 -EAD).  (11 days add to all for accuracy if desired).
   mf 1729/30 Feb 08 Ann Stevenson 66, Hunterdon Co., NJ.  Burlington Co. - EAD.
   bf~1710 ___ __ to John Stevenson 65 et ux Mercy (nee Jennings 65) Stevenson
      in Burlington Co., NJ - EAD. Ann was granddaughter of the first Governor
      of the Province of West New Jersey - _ Jennings.
   n. 1735 7th 09 Daniel Doughty was a Justice of the town of Bethlehem,
      Hunterdon County.
   df 1742 7th 24 just after Jacob, Anne and Mercy died.
   n. 1744 he was Member of Assembly for Hunterdon Co.
   n. Member of NJ Assembly.
      1743 Thirteenth representing Hunterdon Co. William Mott, Daniel Doughty
         after Andrew Smith election was set aside.
      1744 Fourteenth representing Hunterdon Co. William Mott, Daniel Doughty.
      1745 Fifteenth     ".
      1761 Twentieth representing Burlington Co. Daniel Doughty, Joseph Borden,
   mf 1748 ___ __ Edith Coate 66 Newbold widow of Thomas Newbold in Springfield,
      Burlington Co., NJ.  Daniel and Edith had no issue, but she and Thomas
      Newbold had William Newbold of Chestrfield, NJ and Caleb Newbold who mf
      Sarah Haines.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Marmaduke Coate 65 and Ann (nee Pole 65) Coate.  Note that
      a Marmaduke Coate, son of Henry, moved to South Carolina.
   n. 1749 ___ __ member of Assembly for Hunterdon Co., NJ
   ld 1749 09 02 Colonial Conveyances 1664-1794 V1 B_H-H P121
      Grantor: William Murfin
      Grantee: Daniel Doughty et al.
      Description: 1/20 of 1/48 of East New Jersey
   ld 1750 10 13 Colonial Conveyances 1664-1794 V1 B_H-H P345
      Grantor: Charles Read, Secretary of the Province of West Jersey
      Grantee: Daniel Doughty
      Description: a valuable Plantation in the township of Springfield to
      which Read had given the name "Sharon."
   n. wm 1750/1 Mar 14 Province of West NJ, Yeoman
      Benjamin Shreve, will.
      Executor: Lastly, I constitute and appoint Daniel Doughty and Michael
      Newbold my trusty and well belowed Friends, my only and Executors of this
      my last Will and Testament."
   ld 1752 Apr 28
      Grantor: Daniel Doughty
      Grantee: Five trustees which they at once conveyed to the Monthly Meeting
      of Quakers at Kingwood.
   ld 1756 01 09 NJ_BuCDR B_W3 P96
      Grantor: Anthony Sykes of Chesterfield, Burlington Co., Western Div.
      Province of NJ in America, yeoman
      Grantor: Daniel Doughty of Springfield, Burlington Co., NJ, yeoman
      Transaction:  500#.  One tract and a small lot adjoining in Northampton
      Twp.
      POB White Oak corner to Peter Andrews by the edge of N. branch of Ancocus
      ck., N18.6, 1c 75l to a stone corner; N86.5E 11c 30l to a stone corner;
      N18.5 42c 90l to Southwick's line; N7W 35c 73l to a Black Oak corner to
      Abraham Farrington; S18.5W 87c 50l to the mouth of a deep gully; up a
      creek to POB.
      POB Black Oak N20W 10c 75l; N28E 5c 62l; S76E 7c 51l; S6E 13c 11l to POB.
      Total acreage ~300  which Sykes purcased of Joseph & John Lynn of Phila
      1752 Apr 21 who purchased of Elizabeth Estaugh by deed 1746 5th 26. The
      other part was purchased from Benajah and Esther Andrews, attorneys to
      Peter Andrews, then in Europe, by deed dated 1755 9th 05.  A third part,
      Sykes purchased from Josiah Southwick 1753 10th together with dwelling
      houses and all apurtenances thereto.  Anthony Sykes and Mary his wife,
      Benjamin Sykes his uncle as attested by Thomas Sykes.
   n. 1759 Apr 26 NJ, Burlington Quarterly Meeting
      "William Morris, Hugh Hartshorne, Edward Cathrall, Joseph Noble, Daniel
      Doughty, William Lawrie and Able Middleton were appointed to view the
      said meeting house and report their judgment whether it may not be
      sufficiently repaired without being taken quite down, and if they think
      necessary to take it down to inform Stony Brook friends that it may be
      done forthwith."
   n. 1761 ___ __ member of Assembly for Burlington Co., NJ
   ld 1764 03 21 NJ_BuCDR B_W3 P99
      Grantor: Thomas Pryor, Jr. City of Burlington in Province of West
      Jersey, Yeoman and Samuel Pryor of Twp of Salisbury, Bucks Co., Province
      of PA, yeoman
      Grantee:  Daniel Doughty of the Twp of Springfield, Burlington Co.,
      Transaction: 231# 17sh 6pence
      Description: Land in Northampton Twsp.  POB post for a corner by
      North branch of Ancocas Ck, a corner of Daniel's other lands, N15E
      30c 60l; N70W 17c; S15W 36c 20l along Ancocas Ck to POB containing 46
      acres and one road.  Land which Thomas Pryor, Jr. et ux Hannah became
      seized of by virtue of their grandfather Ebenezer Largis 1759 10th 03.
      Wife Dorcas Pryor to Thomas Pryor.
   ld 1764
      Grantor: Daniel Doughty
      Grantee: Five trustees which they at once conveyed to the Monthly Meeting
      of Quakers at Kingwood.
   ld 1765 02 16 Colonial Conveyances 1664-1794 V1 B_A-H P469
      Grantor: Daniel Doughty
      Grantee: Andrew Conover  Northampton, Burlington Co., NJ
   n. 1765 April 4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #35546
      The other Tract containing 150 Acres, adjoining
      Mountholly, in Northampton aforesaid, bounded on Lands of
      Daniel Doughty, Edward Andrew, John Woolman, Josiah White, and
      others, and is well timbered, and Meadow may be made. One
      other Tract of twelve Acres of good Meadow, well drained, and
      in good Cedar Fence, about one Mile from the last Mentioned
      Land.
   n. 1768 March 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #42138
      TO be SOLD by the subscriber, living in Springfield, in the county of
      Burlington, and province of New Jersey, a large brick house, kitchen, and
      other improvements, with a lot of ground, containing about 3 acres,
      situate in the city of Burlington, on the west side of High street, a
      little above the Court House; it is in a good place for shopkeeper, or
      other public business. For terms of sale, apply to DANIEL SMITH, jun.
      living in the said city, or to the subscriber, at his house in Springfield
      aforesaid. DANIEL DOUGHTY.
   n. wm 1769 Jan 17
      Barzilla Coates, will of.
      Witness: Sealed and Delivered in the presence of John Lanning, John Norton
   ld 1770
      Grantor: Edward French
      Grantee: Samuel Lanning
      Description: land upon which Samuel Lanning erected a comfortable house.
   wm 1777 Aug 30 1778 Dec 30 Lib20, P176 NJA
      Doughty, Daniel, of Springfield, Burlington Co., yeoman; will of.
      Daughter, Mary Smith, #50 yearly, out of the profits of my
      plantation where I live.  Grandson, Daniel Doughty Smith, farm where I
      live, he paying to his mother the above #50.  Grandson, Samuel Smith, #500
      Grandson William Lovet Smith, #100, when 21.  Granddaughter, Ann Smith, my
      lands and tenements in Mount Holly;  also 20 acres which I bought of
      Zacariah Rosel.  The rest of my lands in Northampton Township I give to my
      granddaughters, Abigail Smith and Mary Smith, at the death of their mother
      who is to have the profits while she lives.  Rest of real and personal to
      my daughter, Mary Smith.  My negro man, Syrah, to be set free.  Executors-
      daughter, Mary Smith, William Lovet Smith and Daniel Doughty Smith.
      Witnesses- John Coage, Richard Lawrence, Tanton Earl.
   dm 1778 ___ __ interred Friends Cemetery, Arney's Mount, Burlington Co., NJ.
      He was the first person interred Friends Meeting House at "The Mount." See
      interesting notes P352 of Doty's article (Vol 1 of Hoff's collection.)
      A stone meeting house had been constructed on the brow of a hill about one
      mile from "Sharon.
   n. birth & death dates on tombstone photographed by I. L. Doughty, Mt. Holly,
      NJ ca. 1995.  Birth and deaths certified as recorded in family Bible of
      Daniel Doughty - Mt.Holly, NJ. 1883 6th 4th - Barclay White.
 with Anne (nee Stevenson 66) Doughty
   Mary 67        Ann 67         Jacob 67       Mercy 67
   b17310127      b17340201      b17361102      b17410416

Deborah Doughty 66
   bf 1705 Aug 23 to Jacob Doughty 65 et ux Amy (nee Whitehead 65) Doughty
   df probably early - EAD.

Elizabeth Doughty 66
   bf 1707 Mar 17 to Jacob Doughty 65 et ux Amy (nee Whitehead 65) Doughty
   mm~1726 ___ __ Joseph Stockton 66 Burlington Co., NJ
   bm 1697 May 05 Flushing, NY
   dm 1779 Mar 15 Princeton, NJ
   df 1781 Dec 09 in NJ
   n. Daniel D. was born in Princeton, Mercer Co., NJ  DTV19N4P59
   n. Following Doughty Stockton's death, Sarah (nee Scott 67) mm William King
      whom I presume the widower of Abigail, her s-i-l.
   n. From Lindougene aol.com 1999 Apr 22 14:00:29 Thu
      Daniel Stockton       bm1727     mf~1756 Mary Clayton.
      Clayton Stockton      bm17680828 m Nancy Patton
      Daniel Stockton       bm179_0705 m Sarah McGowan.
      Mary "Polly" Stockton bf18180309 m Jordan Grant
      Martha Rowena Grant   bf18570805 m James C. Smith
      Ollie Mary Smith      bf18870808 m Thomas Franklin Sims
      Ona Marie Sims        bf19150801 Iola, KS m Esper John Ryals
      Beverly Gay Sims?     bf19340211 Greenfield, MO m1952 Kenneth Dwane Sexton
 with Joseph Stockton 66
   Amy 67         Elizabeth 67   Daniel D 67    Mary 67        Joseph 67
   b17250503      b17260101      b17270217      b17311222      b17340522
   Hannah 67      Doughty 67     Samuel 67      John 67        Sarah 67
   b17350305      b17370119      b17410107      b17410306      b17450525

Esther Doughty 66
   bf 1708 Oct 17 to Jacob Doughty 65 et ux Amy (nee Whitehead 65) Doughty
      in Hempstead, Queens Co., NY.
   mm 1727 Oct 07 John Coats 66 both of Hunterdon Co.,NJ
   bm 1699 May 08 to Samuel Coate et ux in Bucks Co., PA.
   n. http://www.ancestrees.com/pedigree/1246.htm  2003/1/12 RWC75.
   df>1742 Apr 07
   dm<1751 Sep __ in Kingwood Twp., Hunterdon Co., N. J., U. S. A.
   n. John had a son Thomas by a prior marriage.
   n. son Henry married Deborah Newbold 17520813, dm 1806
      Amie m 1752 John Gardiner df 17651119
      Samuel d>1742
      Daniel mf17661108 Sarah Mills, Kingwood, Hunterdon Co., N. J. dm18021026
      William bm Kingwood Twp., Hunterdon Co., N. J.
 with John Coat 66
   Jacob 67       Henry 67       John 67        Amie 67        Samuel
   b17280727      b17300830      b17320216      b17350325      b17371111
   Daniel 67      William 67
   b17390829      b174201

Ann Doughty 66
   bf 1710 Oct 10 to Jacob Doughty 65 et ux Amy (nee Whitehead 65) Doughty
   df 1713 Apr 13

Hannah Doughty 66
   bf 1712 Apr 02 to Jacob Doughty 65 et ux Amy (nee Whitehead 65) Doughty
   df probably early - EAD.

Abigail Doughty 66
   bf 1716 Oct 03 to Jacob Doughty 65 et ux Amy (nee Whitehead 65) Doughty in
      Crosswicks, Burlington Co., NJ
   mm~1736 ___ __ William King 66 in Burlington, NJ.
   bm 1714 Apr 01 to Joseph King 65 et ux Mercy (nee Nicholson 65) Doughty (or
      Marcia), both Quakers.
   n. Mercy Mary King mm John Potts and had 3 children:  Joseph, Sarah, William.
   n. Amy King mm 1764 Mar 17 John Stockton df 1819 Mar 16. Lived Stockton, NJ
   n. Ann King
   n. Joseph King bm 1746 Apr 20 mf Miss Wilson mf Ann Large mf Sarah Scott
      widow of Doughty Stockton. They lived on the Willson Homstead, Quakertown.
   n. EAD P353
 with William King 66
   Mercy Mary 67  Amy 67         Anne 67        Joseph 67
   b17380604      b17391012      b17400229      b17460420

Ann Doughty 66
   bf 1717 Oct 28 to Jacob Doughty 65 et ux Amy (nee Whitehead 65) Doughty
   df probably early - EAD.

Deborah Doughty 66
   bf 1720 May 12 to Jacob Doughty 65 et ux Amy (nee Whitehead 65) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Heaton 66, see will of Valentine Nelson (alias Hibbs)'s
      father Thomas Nelson of Middletown 1753 Jun 04.  Valentine was burgled
      as was his neighbor, Jacob Doughty there in Bucks Co., Co.,  PA.

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William Doughty 66
   bm 1710 Oct 04 to William Doughty 65 et ux Phebe (nee Taylor 65) Doughty at
      Flushing, NY.
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret _ 66
   bf 1715
   n. from sgk: Note that the relationship between this William and his father
      as indicated here is speculative.
   n. wm 1757 Nov 17 proved 1758 Jun 14 William Fowler of Crum Elbow Precinct,
      Dutchess Co.  Wife Marther; sons Stephen, William, Joseph.  Real and
      personal estate.
      Executor: son William and William Doughty, Sr. DTV19N3P43
   n. wm 1760 Dec 18 proved 1761 Mar 05 William Green of Crum Elbow Precinct,
      Dutchess Co.  Wife Marther; sons Stephen, William, Joseph.  Real and
      personal estate.  Deja vue (previous will). DTV19N3P43
      Executor: son Stephen, William Doughty, Israel Green. DTV19N3P43
   n. wm 1762 Apr 20 proved Sep 28 Joseph Barton of Charlotte Precinct, Dutchess
      Co., NY...........Witness: Wm. Doughty. DTV19N3P43
   n. wm ____ ___ __ John Huntley of Charlotte Precinct, Dutchess Co., NY yeoman
      Witness: Joseph Green, Zophar Green, blacksmith, and William Doughty.
      RWC75 also noted in DTV19N3P43
   n. moved to Nine Partners, Dutchess Co., NY (now Amenia).
   n. Steve Ketcham helped out with this line. He is a descendant.
   n. 1999 Apr 09 23:29:10 From: Steve Ketcham
      Subject: Doughty Research at the New York Public Library
      I spent a couple hours last Tuesday in the genealogical room of the New
      York Public library, checking the reference to the Doughty Tree.  I am
      disappointed to report that the specified reference does NOT connect
      Mary's father William with his father.
      The Doughty Tree Vol 19 contains the published extract of William's will:
      (start of quote) Page 125.
   n. I finally got a chance to look at Vol 4 of Frank J. Doherty's "The
      Settlers of the Beekman Patent", which covers the Dutchess County
      Doughtys.  He believes that William bm 1710 Oct 4 married to Margaret is
      the son of William born ca 1676 and Phoebe Taylor, but he has no proof.
      So we're a little closer, maybe, but it's still not proved.  Pages 435-439
      cover this family. From sgk 1999 Sep 30 21:46
   n. Was town clerk in Nine Partners Patent.[3]
   wm New York City Wills, 1766-1771 Page 125.
      In the name of God, Amen. I, William Doughty, of Charlotte Precinct, in
      Duchess County. I leave to my wife Margaret A3130. I leave to my eldest
      son William 100 acres of land, to be taken off the east end of my farm,
      where his dwelling house now stands, adjoining to Christian Tobias land. I
      leave to my second son James 80 acres of land, where his dwelling house
      stands, to be taken off the west end of my farm, adjoining Obadiah
      Griffen's land. I leave to my third son Barnard the mill lot, so called,
      adjoining Frederick Hains land, and running east to the two ponds. I leave
      to my fourth and fifth sons, Oliver and Samuel, all the rest of my lands,
      "share and share alike." I leave to my daughter Rebekah =A340, and to my
      daughter Mary. "I positively order that my negro man Sampson shall not be
      sold against his own free will." I make my sons, William and James,
      executors. "I have to this will, drawn on common writing paper, set to
      my hand and seal."
      Witnesses: 1771 May 14 Israel Green, Jacob Tobias, Alexander Chaucer.
      1771 Jul 15 Proved.  Full Context of New York City Wills, 1708-1728
   n. This is clearly NOT the will of William, married to Phebe Taylor, so the
      "eldest son William" is not Mary's father, but Mary's brother.  We still
      don't have a connection past her father.  Even so, this still appears to
      be a likely connection.  I continue to be interested in anything that
      connects William Doughty, son of William Doughty and Phebe Taylor, born
      1710, with the William who left the will in Dutchess County in 1771. Steve
   n. wm 1757 May 29 Jacob Haff, Jr. ...... DTV19N3P43
      Witness: Isaac Germaon, James Germaon, James Doughty.
   n. wm 1762 Apr 20 Joseph Barton
      Witness: Nathaniel Marshall, Ephraim Palmer, Wm. Doughty
   n. Sources (sgk):
      1. Ketcham, John Marshall , Ketcham Genealogy,
         Eight Generations of the Descendants of Edward Ketcham,
         http://fp-www.wwnet.com/~jketcham/Default.htm, 1998 Jan 9
         Quoting Seversmith.
      2. Buck, Clifford and William McDermott, compilers, Eighteenth Century
         Documents of the Nine Partners Patent, Dutchess County, New York,
         William McDermott, Baltimore: Gateway Press, Collections of the
         Dutchess County Historical Society, Volume X, 1979, At NEHGS, Estates:.
 with Margaret (nee _ 66) Doughty
   Phebe 67       William 67     James 67       Barnard 67     Oliver 67
   b              b              b              b1740          b
   Samuel 67      Mary 67        Rebecca 67
   ~1747          b17490907      b

Sarah Doughty 66
   bf 1712 Sep 21 to William Doughty 66 et ux Phebe (nee Taylor 66) Doughty at
      Flushing, NY.

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John Doughty 67
   bm~1716 ___ __ to Francis Doughty 66 et ux Mary (nee Palmer 66) Doughty in
      Westchester Co., NY.
   mf ____ ___ __ Letitia Seamen 67
   bf ____ ___ __ to Adam Seaman 66, son of Richard Seaman 65
   n.    N1739  "Adam Seaman "...resided in Northcastle where he was Supervisor
      1739, owned fifty acres & grist mill at Sawpit (Port Chester, Westchester
      NY) 1743, had one male slave in 1755 Slave Census. [Westchester
      Patriarchs] [New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, 58:103.
         N1743  "John Roosevelt and Hylea his wife and Jacobus Roosevelt and
      Catherine his wife and Abraham Van Wyck and Catherina his wife, each of
      the City of New York (merchants) " with each of the said Gentlewomen
      signniphying as partyes to these presents " joyntly and together." to
      Adam Seaman of Rye, yeoman; certain grist mills situate on Byrom River
      [etc.] and one 18th share of undivided sedges, purchased of Richard Ogden,
      late of the Township of Rye, together with the farm on which Samuel
      Sherwood liveth. Aug. 23, 1743.", [Westchester Patriarchs 212]
         N1749  April 5, 1749, mentioned in father's will, Richard Seaman, of
      Hempstead, Long Island. [New York Abstracts of Wills, 1665-1801, 4:268]
         N1763  WILL OF ADAM SEAMAN "Will: August 25, 1757, proved June 18, 1763
      (Source: (1) Heritage Books, Inc., New York Abstracts of Wills, 1665-1801
      (CD #9), (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1997), "CD-ROM," 6:254 Liber 24 Page
      136.  In the name of God, Amen, August 25, 1757. I, Adam Seaman, of Rye,
      in Westchester County. I direct all debts and charges of settling my
      estate to be paid. I leave to my sons, Adam, James, Israel, Richard, lands
      in New York, Connecticut, or elsewhere, "first allowing my eldest son,
      Adam, 50 [pounds]. My executors are to divide the lands, and may sell if
      expedient. After payment of debts, all the rest of my movable estate to my
      4 daughters, Letitia, wife of John Doughty, Jane, Hannah, and Mary, "whom
      I had by my first wife." And whereas at the marriage of my daughter
      Letitia a considerable quantity of my movable estate was delivered to her,
      and an inventory made by John Thomas, Esq., these are all to be accounted
      part of my estate, and divided among all my daughters. I make my brothers-
      in-law, James Pine and Richard Willis, of Rye, executors. Witnesses,
      Nathan Purdy, Aeltie Flamen, John Carhart, schoolmaster.
      1763 Jun 18 proved. [The will was copied from the following web site:
      http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/r/u/b/James-David-Rubins-CA/
      GENE11-0018.html
         N1764  mentioned in land transaction in Ulster Co., NY after his death
      "Articles of agreement made and concluded Apr. 3, 1764, by and between
      Benjamin Brown, Juner, and Adam Seaman, James Seaman, and Israel Seaman
      all three sons of Adam Seaman late of Rye, dec'd., concerning a tract of
      land in Ulster Co., conveyed to Adam Seaman, dec'd., by Benjamin Brown,
      Junr., with the reservation of one half, the sd. Adam Seaman, James
      Seaman, Israel Seaman and Samuel Seaman another son under age, shall each
      have an equal one fifth share with him n what lands are recovered. "
      [New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, 58-108-109]
   n. Esquire according to Bolton's History of Westchester Co., NY
   n. wm 1749 Apr 05 NYHS Abstracts of Wills Collections P267,8 Liber 17 P110
      I, Richard Seaman, of Hempsted, being pretty well in health.  My executors
      are to sell my orchard and the lot the orchard is on, lyint at the south
      side joining to James Pines land, and all my wood land lying in the South
      woods, south of the town, and the money is to be used to pay debts.  I
      leave to my son Giles all my land and meadow lying on a neck commonly
      called Sticklands neck, but my wife Jane is to have the use of it for
      life.  I leave to my wife Jane the use of my house and land that I have
      in the Town Spot of Hempstead, during her life, and then to be sold by my
      executors and from the proceeds I leave to my sons, Adam and Daniel, each
      L10, and to my daughter Mary L10, and the remainder to my daughters, Jane
      Titus, Sarah Dusenbury, Hannah Doughty, Phebe Seaman, Elizabeth Townsend,
      and Mary Seaman.  I leave to my son Richard all my land that lyeth joining
      to his land where he now liveth, at a place called Herricks.  I leave to
      my 5 sons all my right of undivided lands in the Patent of Hempstead.,
      viz. Richard, Thomas, Adams, Giles and Daniel.  I leave to my son Thomas
      my great coat.  All the rest of my movable estate I leave to my wife for
      life, and then to my daughters; To Phebe and Mary 1/2, and the remainder
      to the rest.
      Executor: son Thomas and my son-in-law, Benjamin Dusenbury, and my cousin
      Patrick Mott.
      Witness: John Cockles, Joseph Thurston, George Fowler.
      Proved: 1750 Apr 05 by the affirmation of George Fowler, "a known Quaker,"
      and the oaths of the other witnesses.
   n. Observation: Isaac Doughty mf Hannah Seaman, Benjamin Dusenbury mf Sarah
      Seaman, _ Townsend mf Elizabeth Seaman, _ Titus mf Jane Seaman.  199906rwc
   n. wm 1751 Jul 23 NYHS Abstracts of Wills, Collections P414, Liber 18 P206
      In the name of God, Amen, July 23, 1751, I, Benjamin Carpenter, of New
      York, carpenter, being sick.  I leave to my wife Prudence all lands,
      houses, and debts owing to me, for the support of her and my two youngest
      children, Benjamin and Elizabeth, "also the child she is now bigg with,"
      and her deeds for my house and lands shall be good.
      Executor: wife
      Witnesses: J. Wetmore, John Doughty, John Hill
      1752 Oct 24 Proved in Westchester County by Rev. James Wetmore and John
      Hill.  The widow, Prudence Carpenter, resigned as executor, and Letters
      of administration were granted to James Burling, of New York, merchant,
      as principal creditor.
      Observation:  James Burling son of William & Mary (nee Doughty)? or bro.
   n. wm 1753 Sep 17 NYHS Abstracts of Wills, Collections P211 Liber 20 P211
      In the name of God, Amen.  I, James Pine, Jr., of Rye, in Westchester Co.,
      being sick, this 17 of September, 1753.  All my estate, real and personal,
      is to be sold by my executors, and after the paying of debts and funeral
      charges and costs of proving this will, I leave to my son James L300 when
      21.  To my son John L300 when 21, and to my sons, Benjamin Pine and Smith
      Pine, each L300 when of age.  To my wife Phebe all the rest of my estate
      during her widowhood, and then to my sons.
      Executor: trusty friend and brother in law, Richard Wilis, and Richard
      Smith, and James Smith.
      Witness: John Doughty, Letitia Doughty, Hachaliah Theall.
      Proved: 1757 December 21.
   df<1749 Apr 06?
   n. wm 1753 Nov 13 NYHS Abstracts of Wills, Collections P182 Liber 20 P311
      In the name of God, Amen.  I, Abraham Furlong, of New York, mariner,
      being of sound mind.  I leave to Thomas Browne, of New York, mariner, all
      my estate, real and personal.
      Executor: Thomas Browne, of New York, mariner.
      Witness: John Carpenter, John Doughty, Benjamin Payne.
      Proved: 1757 Jul 27.
   n. wm 1760 Jun 11
      Roger Park, Rye, Westchester Co., NY. NYHS dms
      Witness: John Doughty
   wm 1789 May 13 recorded White Plains, Westchester Co., NY
      John Doughty of Rye gives to children as mentioned: James, John, Mary
      Tillot, Isaac, Philemon, Ebenezer, Sarah mm _ VanCott and had Ebenezer and
      Elizabeth.
   dm~1789 May 31
 with Letitia (nee Seaman 67) Doughty
   James 68       John 68        Mary 68        Isaac 68       Philemon 68
   b              b173712        b              b              b
   Ebenezer 68    Sarah 68
   b              b

Elizabeth Doughty 67
   bf~1720 ___ __ to Francis Doughty 66 et ux
   mm ____ ___ __ Jonathan Miller 67

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Obadiah Doughty 67
   bm 1735 Dec 10 to Obediah Doughty 66 et ux Mary (nee Way 66) Doughty NYMM
      Obadiah & Mary Ch: obadiah b  10 Mo (Dec) 30, 1735  EOAQGV3 P105.
   dm probably early - EAD.
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Isaac Doughty 67
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 66 with
   mf ____ ___ __ _ _ 67, but left no children - EAD.
 with
   no issue

Enoch Doughty 67
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 66 with
   n. never married

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John Doughty 67
   bm 1717 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 66 et ux Mary (nee Ismond 65) Doughty at
      Flushing, Queens Co., NY
   mf ____ ___ __ Abigail Sayre 67, at Flushing.
   bf 1740
   n. 1757 Aug 04  John, s John, Flushing, con mo 1757-8-4  EOAQGV3 P104.
 with Abigail (nee Sayre 67) Doughty
   John 68        Mary 68        Sarah 68
   b1761          b1760          b1762

Jacob Doughty 67
   bm 1718 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 66 et ux Mary (nee Ismond 65) Doughty at
      Flushing, Queens Co., NY
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Ismond 67
   bf 1720
 with Elizabeth (nee Ismond 67) Doughty
   Isaiah 68      George 68      Caroline 68    James 68       Thomas 68
   b1742          b1744          b1748          b1750          b1752
   Elias 68       Charles 68
   b1753          b1756

Charles Doughty 67
   bm 1720 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 66 et ux Mary (nee Ismond 65) Doughty at
      Flushing, Queens Co., NY
   mf 1750 Sep 09 Margaret DeBevoise 67 at Flatbush, Kings Co., NY
   n. He was a member of the NY State Legislature.
   dm 1801 Jul 28 at 78 NYMM
 with Margaret (nee DeBevoise 67) Doughty
   Samuel 68      Oriouchy 68
   b1752          b1752

Mary Doughty 67
   bf 1722 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 66 et ux Mary (nee Ismond 65) Doughty at
      Flushing, Queens Co., NY
   mm ____ ___ __ Charles Doughty 67
   bm 1728 ___ __ to John Doughty 66 et ux Hannah (nee Sleigh 66) Doughty
      of Flushing, NY
   df<1756 Jun 14 as by will of her father.
 with Charles Doughty 67
   Mary 68        Sarah
   b              b

William Doughty 67
   bm 1725 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 66 et ux Mary (nee Ismond 65) Doughty at
      Flushing, Queens Co., NY
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah Doughty 67 at Jamaica, NY.
   bf 1729 ___ __ to John Doughty 66 et ux Hannah (nee Sleigh 66) Doughty
      in Flushing, Queens Co., NY.
   n. according to EAD, she is the source of much of the Doughty record.
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T_ B P149 Index P235
      NY, Queens Co., Flushing Town
                          16<16 Fe Fr S
 William Doughty ________ 01 01 03 00 02
 (William)________________16-$ MW
 _________________________00-15MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ PS
 _________________________00-$ PS
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T_ B P150 Index P235
      NY, Queens Co., Jamaica Town
                          16<16 Fe Fr S
 William Doughty ________ 02 00 02 00 00
 (William)________________16-$ MW
 _________________________16-$ MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Indes P_93 R25 P541 P65A:5 L44
      NY, Queens Co., Flushing
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 William Doughty ________/01 01 01 01 00/01 01 01 01 00/
 (William)_______________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93  R25 P538. P63B:5 L19 partly illegible.
      NY, Queens Co., Flushing
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 William Doughty         /00 00 00 00 01/01 00 00 00 01/0 0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R_ P301
      NY, Queens Co., Flushing   - adjacent to Charles
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 William Doughty ________/00 00 02 00 01/00 01 01 00 01/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
   df 1826 ___ __ at 97.8
 with Hannah (nee Doughty _) Doughty
   Rebecca 68     Elias 68       Stephen 68     Hannah Ann 68  John 68
   b1752          b1756          b1757          b1758          b1762

Joseph Doughty 67
   bm 1727 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 66 et ux Mary (nee Ismond 65) Doughty at
      Flushing, Queens Co., NY
   n. did not marry - EAD.

Sarah Doughty 67
   bf 1730 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 66 et ux Mary (nee Ismond 65) Doughty at
      Flushing, Queens Co., NY
   mm ____ ___ __ Stephen Clement 67 and had no children - EAD.
   bm 1730
   n. dis mo 1786 Apr 02 NYMM EOAQGV3 P105.
 with Stephen Clement 67
   no children

Timothy Doughty 67
   bm 1732 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 66 et ux Mary (nee Ismond 65) Doughty at
      Flushing, Queens Co., NY
   mf 1757 Nov 03 Ann Smith 67 at Jamaica, Queens Co., NY. NYMR V1 P698
      EAD says marriage in Flushing.
   bf 1735
   n. 1765 he is listed as a carpenter in Jamaica.  E. A. Doty, "The Doughty
      Family of Long Island." P354.
   n. 1765 Oct 30 Charles and Timothy Doughty witnessed the will of Thomas
      Marting of Hempstead, Queens Co., NY.
   n. later removed to New Jersey - EAD.
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 R___ P076
      NY, Dutchess Co., Clinton Town
 (Timothy)________________16-$ MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 with Ann (nee Smith 67) Doughty
   Ann 68         Catherine 68   Charles 68     Daniel 68      Mary 68
   b1759          b1761          b1763          b1765          b1768
   Timothy 68     Oranochy 68
   b              b

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Thomas Doughty 67
   bm~1725 ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 66 et ux Elizabeth (nee Ismond 66) Doughty
      With two children given by brother Elias' will date implying Thomas was
      was born ~1725.  I assume this to be the case.  This Tom may also be
      the Tom who married Ann and he is found leasing property in Bucks Co.
      along with a Jacob Doughty, their connection unknown.
   n. Note also that a child of Elias m Mary Babcock, namely Enoch, marries a
      Beulah Taylor bf to George Taylor et ux Susan and at the Taylors and their
      given names in Elias 67 1750 will. The Taylor association to Burlington
      was the final piece that convinced me to make the associations.
   n. see the Taylor file.
 with
   Elias 68       Elizabeth 68
   <1750          <1750

Elias Doughty 67
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 66 et ux Elizabeth (nee Ismond 66) Doughty
   wm 1750 Jan 04 NJA  Lib 6 P395
      Elias Doughty of Mansfield, Burlington Co., yeoman; will of.  Father and
      mother.  Brothers - John, Jacob and Thomas.  Elias and Elizabeth, children
      of brother Thomas.  Susannah Taylor.  Personal estate.  Executor - friends
      George Taylor.  Witnesses - John Gibbs, Benjamin Gibbs, Joseph Pope.  1750
   dm<1750 Jan 18
      1750 Jan 18 proved.
      1751 Apr 07  Inventory, #59.7.5; made by Joseph Pope and Benjamin Gibbs.
      Includes debts due from Philip Marot, George Taylor and Jacob DeCow.

Jacob Doughty 67
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 66 et ux Elizabeth (nee Ismond 66) Doughty
   n. Is this the Jacob found in association with Thomas Doughty in Bucks Co.,
      PA.

John Doughty 67
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 66 et ux Elizabeth (nee Ismond 66) Doughty
   n. is this the Rev Vet John bm 1740 Jan 16 NJ?

William Doughty 67
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 66 et ux Elizabeth (nee Ismond 66) Doughty
   n. I don't know if the will below goes with this William.
   wm 1756 Jul 28 NYHS Abstracts of Wills, Collections P259 Liber 21, P105
      In the name of God, Amen.  I, William Doughty, of Kingston, in Ulster Co.,
      blacksmith, being very sick.  It is my will that all just debts be paid,
      and I leave the rest to my dear and beloved wife Nanny and her heirs and
      assigns.
      Wife Nanney, sole heiress of "temporal estate."  DTV19N3P43
      Executor: wife Nanny, and Johanes De Lamater and Abraham De Lamater, Jr.
      Proved: 1758 Sep 12
      Witness: Thomas Beekman, Adam Swart, Edward Thompson.
   n. Thompson in the above may be the best clue, to date (for rwc anyway).

Joseph Doughty 67
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 66 et ux Elizabeth (nee Ismond 66) Doughty

Isaiah Doughty 67
   bm 1742 ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 66 et ux Elizabeth (nee Ismond 66) Doughty
   mf 1762 Nov 25 Margaret Manwaring 67. Records of Hempstead, LI,NY LDSR0017693
      P16 but not certain of this particular Isaiah - RWC75.
   n. 1760 Apr 01 at 18y cordwainer, b NJ enlisted in Capt. Wooley's Co.,
      NYHS Collections 1891 BCHS 974.7 NYHS V24, Muster Rolls 1755-1764.  Note
      Isaiah, the son of Jacob & Elizabeth Ismond, and his brother George are
      also enlisting at this time.  If just their ages were different, might be
      the same Isaiah, but occupation and bp are also different.  Maybe wives
      are mixed up, too.
   n. 1781  Somers account Book E, p.28, Isaiah Doughty and William Hackney had
      dealings together. 20081102 GJB76.  Great Egg Harbor.

Daniel Doughty 67
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 66 et ux Elizabeth (nee Ismond 66) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Susanna Bedell 67 or Sarah Beadell.
   n. wm 1775 Jun 19 William Beadell of Dutchess County, Charlotee Precinct left
      5 sheep to his daughter Sarah, wife of Daniel Doughty.  dms NYHS
   n. from Lin Doughty: LIPPINCOTT, the skinny on that name
      Daniel Doughty, builder of Northern Liberties of the city of Philadelphia.
      Will recorded in Phil. dated 1807 Aug 06.  Gives estate to wife
      Susannah and legacies to the children of his brothers and sisters: 1)
      WILLIAM DOUGHTY, 2) ELIZABETH LIPPINCOTT, 3) SARAH FENTON, 4 ) HESTER
      SWIFT.
      There is also a mention of a Joshua Lippincott m Elizabeth White,
      dau. of Joseph White and Rebecca Smith.  All for now.  Gotta run.  Lin
      Sarah Doughty bf mm 1781 Feb 27 John Fenton, Monmouth Co. BR
      William Doughty bm ____ ___ __
      Hester Doughty mm ____ ___ __ _ Swift 06
   n. 1781 NJ, Burlington Co., February Sessions
      Plead: Not Guilty.  Changed Plea to Guilty.
      Daniel Doughty in the Township of Mansfield, Burlington Co., Labourer, on
      1780 Dec 25 at the Township of Chesterfield, Burlington Co., unlawfully
      played at Cards for "Lucre of Gain which Depended upon or was determinde
      by Lot or Chance to the Common Nusance of all the Subjects of this State.
      F. Davenport & State."
   n. 1783 February NJ, Burlington Co., February Sessions, O & T Indictment.
      A True Bill.  Plead: Not Guilty.
      Daniel Doughty, late of the Township of Mansfield, Burlington Co., yeoman,
      1782 Dec 20 at the Township of Chesterfield, Burlington Co., in and upon
      one George Jobe in the Peace of God, and of the said State, then and there
      being, with Force and Arms, etc. and Assault did make, and him the said
      George Jobs then and there did beat and ill-treat, and other Wrongs to the
      said George to the evil Example of all others in the like Case offending,
      against the Peace of this State, ...
      Jos Bloomfield for the State.
   n. the "Wharfbuilder"
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 R___ P202
      PA, Philadelphia Co.
 Daniel Doughty__________ 01 00 01 00 __
 (Daniel)_________________16-$ MW
 (Susanna)________________00-$ FW
   n. 1791 Philadelphia City Directory.  Wharf builder, 2 Callowhill St.,
      Northern Liberties
   n. 1794 Philadelphia City Directory.  Wharfbuilder, Duke St., Northern
      Liberties
   n. 1794 in the 1st Co. 1st Reg. Phila, Gurney commanding - DMS
   n. 1796 Philadelphia City Directory.  Wharfbuilder at Artillery Lane bet. 2nd
      & Front.  Note: this is where William Doughty is with Nick Young.
   n. 1798 Philadelphia City Directory.  Wharfbuilder, 53 Duke St.
   n. 1799 Philadelphia City Directory.  Wharfbuilder, 53 Duke St.
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 R___ P336
      PA, Philadelphia Co.   Other:  free____  slaves____
 Daniel Doughty__________/01 00 00 01 00 __/01 01 00 01 __ __/00 00 ____________
 (Daniel)________________ 26-45MW
 (Susanna)_______________ 26-45FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   n. wm 1805 Sep 17 PAPCWA Philadelphia County Will Abstracts P B_2 P113
      John Maulsby, Northern Liberties, City of Phila.
      Bequeaths to dau. Elizabeth Dickerson, land and buildings in Budd St. with
      all my personal property after death of her mother, and my present wife
      (name not mentioned).
      Exec:  Dau. Elizabeth and my friend Daniel Doughty.
      Wit:  Joseph Sutton, Francis Turner.
      1807 Jun 01
   n. 1805 Philadelphia City Directory.  Wharfbuilder, Duke St.
   n. 1806 Philadelphia City Directory.  Wharfbuilder, Duke St.
   wm 1807 Aug 06 PAPCWA Philadelphia County Will Abstracts P3728 B_2 P80
      Daniel Doughty, Northern Liberties, Phila. Wharfbuilder provides for wife
      Susanna Doughty, during life or widowhood, after her decease or
      intermarriage he bequeaths all estate to children of brother William
      Doughty and sisters Elizabeth Lippincott, Sarah Fenton and Hester Swift.
      Exrs. friends Jacob Beck and Alexander McKinley.  Signed 1806 Aug 06
      Proved 1807 Aug 21 Letters granted to Jacob Berk and Alexander McKinley.
      Wits: R. Whitehead, Francis Turnre, William Preston, Junr. Recorded P148
   n. John Swift mf Mary White had Joseph Swift mf 1759 Margaret McCall
      (Catherine McCall mm 1736 John Inglis, famous in the Revolution) had
      Joseph Swift mf Hester (Doughty I think - RWC75)
   n. wm 1804 Dec 23 PAPCWA Philadelplhia County Will Abstracts
      Joseph Swift, City of Philadelphia
      To Revd. William White, Bishop of Pa., and to Jasper Yeates of Lancaster,
      tract of land whereon my son Joseph Swift now lives in Little Britain
      Township, Lancaster Co., formerly the property of James Fulton in trust
      for said son Joseph.  Esther, wife of son Joseph and their eight children
      Eleanor, George, Mary, John, Joseph, Martha, Margaret, Samuel and
      Elizabeth.
      Exec.: Sons John and Samuel Swift and nephew Charles Swift of Phila.
      Wit: Katharine Inglis, Margaret McCall, Archd. McCall.
      1807 Jan 02

Elizabeth Doughty 67
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 66 et ux Elizabeth (nee Ismond 66) Doughty
   n. Elizabeth Doughty mm 1779 Sep 18 Enos Lippincott Burlington Co.  Marriage
      Records - Craig FWPL GEN 974.981C P142
      Enos Lippincott bm~1760 and had a daughter bf 1783 Feb 14 in Chesterfield
      Twp., Burlington Co., NJ. Enos mf Mary and had Mary bf~1787 mm Joseph
      Morton, Joel bm~1794 mf Mary Ridgway - source Lippincott - Olsen.
      This Elizabeth is more likely the daughter of Thomas Doughty et ux Ann?
   n. 1820 Jul 14 recorded. Burlington Co. Divisions, Book A. P715+, Abs. P66
      Joseph Lamb, his heirs; Benjamin Predmore;
      Joshua Anderson, Benjamin Sykes; Daniel Doughty; Job Lippincott;
      Clayton Newbold and William Stockton, to divide the Mine Survey.

Mary Doughty 67
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 66 et ux Elizabeth (nee Ismond 66) Doughty

Ann Doughty 67
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 66 et ux Elizabeth (nee Ismond 66) Doughty

Amy Doughty 67
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 66 et ux Elizabeth (nee Ismond 66) Doughty

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Joseph Doughty 67
   bm~1728 ___ __ to Joseph Doughty 66 et ux Mary (nee Cornwell 66) Doughty
      in Flushing, Queens Co., NY. At one place EAD says Cornwell, other Cornell
   n. after father Joseph died at Flushing, Joseph and mother Mary (nee
      Cornwell) moved to Beekman, Dutchess Co., NY.
   mf 1753 Apr 18 Sighches "Siche" Wiltsie 67 in Rombout Presbyterian Church,
      Beekman, Dutches Co., NY.
   bf 1736 Sep 16 to Martin Wiltsie 66 et ux Jannetje (nee Suydam).  The Wiltsie
      family was from Newtown, Long Island.
   zf 1736 Oct 15 in Jamaica, Queens Co., NY.
   n. wm 1769 John Carman of Beekmans Precinct, Dutchess Co., Sons Thomas,
      Joshua; son-in-law Joseph Doughty; daughters Mary Sleght, Martha. Real and
      personal estate.
      Executor: son Joshua, sons-in-law William VanWyck, John Henry Sleght.
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 B P76 Index P235
      New York, Dutchess Co., Beekman Town
                          16<16 Fe Fr S
 Joseph Doughty _________ 07 02 06 00 00
 (Joseph)_________________16-$ MW
 (Syche)__________________00-$ FW
 (John)___________________16-$ MW
 (Thomas)_________________16-$ MW
 (Joseph)_________________16-$ MW
 (Martin)_________________16-$ MW
 (William)________________16-$ MW
 (Jacob)__________________16-$ MW
 (Cornell)________________00-15MW
 (Nehemiah)_______________00-15MW
 (Mary)___________________00-$ FW
 (Jane)___________________00-$ FW
 (Siche)__________________00-$ FW
 (Elizabeth)______________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
   n. Ages of children are 9-36 years. More likely some children's spouses are
      present.  Their children prior to 1790 are not indicated however.  The
      extra female may be a daughter-in-law.
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93  R21 P012 L15 P016:1 N439
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Joseph Doughty _________/00 00 02 02 01/00 01 01 00 01/0 1
 (Joseph)________________ 45-$_MW
 (Syche)_________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
   wm 1807 Aug 12 is recorded at Poughkeepsie, NY.
   dm 1807 Oct __ at Beekman, Dutchess Co., NY.
   df~1828
 with Sighches (nee Wiltsie 67) Doughty
   Mary 68        John 68        Thomas 68      Jane 68        Joseph 68
   b17540323      b17570608      b17590427      b17610704      b17631014
   Siche 68       Martin 68      William 68     Jacob 68       Elizabeth 68
   b17660306      b17680314      b17701105      b17721020      b17741018
   Cornell 68     Nehemiah 68
   b17761028      b17801014

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John Doughty 67
   bm 1724 Dec 08 to John Doughty 66 et ux Hannah (nee Sleigh 66) Doughty
      of Flushing, NY; EAD says bm probably in Jamaica.
   mf ____ ___ __ Keziah Bates 67, in Jamaica, Queens Co., NY.
   n. took cert of clear to Wby 1723 Nov 07; certified mbr 1758 Feb 03
   ld 1757 ___ __ NY, Jamaica
      Grantor: John Doughty
   lm 1764 ___ __ NY, Jamaica
      Grantor: John Doughty et ux Keziah
      Description: land at Hungry Harbor, Hempstead
   ld 1765 ___ __ NY, Jamaica
      Grantor: John Doughty
   ld 1789
      Grantor: John Doughty, Weaver, of Jamaica
      Grantee: Josiah, son of John Doughty.
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T_ B P150 Index P235
      NY, Queens Co., Jamaica Town
 Name                     16<16 Fe Fr S
 John Doughty ___________ 02 00 03 00 01
 (John)___________________16-$ MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________16-$ MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 (slave)__________________00-$ PS
   dm 1795 Dec 17  EOAQGV3 P104
 with Keziah (nee Bates 67) Doughty
   Martha 68      Keziah 68      Lucretia 68    Josiah 68      Priscilla 68
   b              b              b              b              b

Charles Doughty 67
   bm~1728 ___ __ to John Doughty 66 et ux Hannah (nee Sleigh 66) Doughty
      of Flushing, NY.  EAD says born in Jamaica.
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Doughty 67, at Jamaica, NY.
   bf 1722 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 66 et ux Mary (nee Ismond 65) Doughty at
      Flushing, Queens Co., NY
   df<1756 Jun 14 per will of father Elias Doughty.
   mf 1757 Feb 26 Elizabeth Doughty 67 V1 P450
   bf ____ ___ __ to
   n. con mo 1757 Dec 05; certified mbr 1755; again or another Charles
      certified 1758 Feb 23 NYMM
   n. gct Wby 1761-4-1
   n. according to an auction of old
      Weeks family pictures from their daughter Miriam.  The items were on the
      Internet, e-Bay.  The starting asking price was $200 and some history
      of the family was given.  Miriam was 5th in descent from the Rev. Francis
      Doughty, as reported by this web page.
   n. During the Revolution, the family watched Charles climb over the fence and
      go off to war.
   n. lived in Brooklyn, NY where he was a prominent Attorney and member of the
      Colonial Assembly 1787. Doughty Street was named after him and he lived at
      the corner of Doughty and Furman Streets.
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T_ B P149 Index P235
      NY, Queens Co., Flushing Town
                          16<16 Fe Fr S
 Charles Doughty ________ 02 01 04 00 02
 (Charles)________________16-$ MW
 _________________________16-$ MW
 _________________________00-15MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ PS
 _________________________00-$ PS
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93  R25 P540. P64B:5 L27
      NY, Queens Co., Flushing
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Charles Doughty         /00 00 01 00 01/00 00 02 00 01/20 0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R_ P301
      NY, Queens Co., Flushing   - adjacent to William
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Charles Doughty ________/00 00 00 01 02/00 00 00 03 01/0 0
 (Charles)_______________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
   dm~1813 ___ __ at 85
   n. 1891 Jun 07 Brooklyn Eagle - "Old Brooklynite"
   n. EAD has more anecdotes under this man. P356,357 Henry B. Hoff
 with Mary (nee Doughty 67) Doughty 67
   Mary 68        Sarah 68
   b              b
 with Elizabeth (nee Doughty 67) Doughty
   Joseph 68      Elizabeth 68   Miriam 68      Charles 68
   b              b              b17651025      b

Hannah Doughty 67
   bf 1732 ___ __ to John Doughty 66 et ux Hannah (nee Sleigh 66) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ William Doughty 67
   bm 1725 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 66 et ux Mary (nee Ismond 65) Doughty at
      Flushing, Queens Co., NY
   df 1826 ___ __ at 97.8._

Christopher Doughty 67
   bm~1735 ___ __ to John Doughty 66 et ux Hannah (nee Sleigh 66) Doughty
      of Flushing, NY.  EAD says Jamaica, NY.
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Carman 67
   bf 1735
   n. lived some time in Trenton, NJ and were living in Monmouth Co., NJ
      during the American Revolutionary War and may have lived there as late
      as 1808 per information from Tax Ratables - years 1778-1808.  ILD
   n. Christopher, s John, Flushing, dis mo 1757 Sep 06 NYMM
   n. Elizabeth rpd mo before 1758-8-3, result of dealing not found. NYMM
   n. moved to Genesee Co., NY.
 with Elizabeth (nee Carman 67) Doughty
   Christopher 68 Linton 68      Deborah 68     Elizabeth 68   Samuel 68
   b17531016      b17570922      b1759          b1763          b1765
   John 68
   b1767

Robert Doughty 67
   bm~1738 ___ __ to John Doughty 66 et ux Hannah (nee Sleigh 66) Doughty
   n. certified member 1755
      1758 Aug 03 rem cert to Phila. (clear)
      1758 Nov 24 returned (clear); cf Phila. 1759 Nov 01;
      gct wby 1766 Mar 07, having rem. NYMM EOAQGV3 P105
   n. wm 1775 May 02 proved 1779 Mar 15
      Cadwallader Colden, Lieut. Governor of the Province of NY.  Grandson
      Richard Nicolls Colden; sons David, Alexander (dec'd), Cadwallader;
      daughters Elizabeth de Lancey, Alice Willett (dec'd).  Lands in the Lewis
      Morris Patents on Mohawks R., do. on westside of Katskil Mts., do. at
      Coldinham, Ulster Co., do at Flushing, LI, farm at Springfield, personal
      property.
      Executors: sons David, Cadwallader and daughter Elizabeth de Lancey.
      Witness: Robert Doughty of Queens Co., yeoman, Benjamin Underhill, Edmund
      Underhill.
   n. 1783 lived at Flushing, NY.
   wm ____ ___ __ recorded at Jamaica, Queens Co., NY.
   dm 1788 ___ __

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Margaret Doughty 67
   bf 1750 ___ __ Samuel Doughty 66 et ux Deborah (nee Lawrence 66) Willet
      Doughty
   mm 1771 Nov 13 Leonard Lawrence 67 her mother's first cousin NYMM. NYMR V17
      P255
   n. she was his first cousin's dt, both dis 1771-1-1.  EOAQGV3 P104.
 with Leonard Lawrence 67 had children.

Elizabeth Doughty 67
   bf 1753 ___ __ Samuel Doughty 66 et ux Deborah (nee Lawrence 66) Willet
      Doughty
   mm 1785 Sep 22 David Chapman 67 of Annapolis, Nova Scotia at Grace Church,
      Jamaica, L.I., N.Y.:
 with David Clapham 67 had children.

Samuel Doughty 67
   bm~1756 ___ __ Samuel Doughty 66 et ux Deborah (nee Lawrence 66) Willet
      Doughty at Jamaica, Queens Co., NY.
   mf ____ ___ __ Harriet VanBrunt 67 at Jamaica, Queens Co., NY.
   bf 1760
   n. 1785 Oct 04 dis mo NYMM EOAQGV3 P105
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T_ B P150 Index P235
      New York, Queens Co., Jamaica Town,
 Name                     16<16 Fe Fr S
 Samuel Doughty _________ 05 00 01 00 09
 (Samuel)_________________16-$ MW
 (Harriet)________________00-$ FW
 _________________________16-$ MW
 _________________________16-$ MW
 _________________________16-$ MW
 _________________________00-$ PS
 _________________________00-$ PS
 _________________________00-$ PS
 _________________________00-$ PS
 _________________________00-$ PS
 _________________________00-$ PS
 _________________________00-$ PS
 _________________________00-$ PS
 _________________________00-$ PS
 with Harriet (nee VanBrunt 67) Doughty
   Samuel 68      Elizabeth 68
   b1785          b1787

William Doughty 67
   bm 1758 Mar 12 to Samuel Doughty 66 et ux Deborah (nee Lawrence 66) Willet
      Doughty
   n. not married.

Charles Doughty 67
   bm 1760 Feb 01 to Samuel Doughty 66 et ux Deborah (nee Lawrence 66) Willet
      Doughty
   n. not married.

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Philadelphia Doughty 67
   bf 1738 ___ __ to Benjamin Doughty 66 et ux Hannah (nee Williams 66) Doughty
      in Flushing, NY.
   mm 1762 ___ __ Nicholas Townsend 67 in Flushing, Queens Co., NY.  NYMM P105
      and WBYMM P408 EOAQGV3
   bm~1728 ___ __ in Flushing, Queens Co., NY.
   n. Hannah mm Jacob Cock, Elizabeth mm James Hallock, Philadephia mm
      William Cock.
 with Nicholas Townsend 67
   Hannah 68      Elizabeth 68   Philadelphia68
   b1763          b1765          b1770

Charles Doughty 67
   bm 1741 Dec 30 to Benjamin Doughty 66 et ux Hannah (nee Williams 66) Doughty
      in Flushing, Queens Co., NY.
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Dusenbury 67 in Flushing, Queens Co., NY.
   bf 1738 Oct 26 to Benjamin Dusenbury 66 in Flushing, Queens Co., NY. Colket.
   n. rwc - probable dau to Benj et ux Sarah (nee Seaman) - find in this file.
   n. 1778 removed from Newtown to Westbury and in 1783 to Flushing, both being
      in Queens Co., NY.
   n. Sarah rocf Wby 1774-1-26; ct Wby with w & 3 small ch 1778-10-7;
      cf Wby with w & 6 sm ch 1783-6-25
   n. Charles Doughty, who built the Kingsland House in 1785, was the son of
      Benjamin Doughty, a wealthy Quaker who purchased land on the "old
      turnpike" (now known as Northern Boulevard) in Flushing. The name
      "Kingsland" derives from Charles Doughty's son-in-law, British sea captain
      Joseph King, who bought the home in 1801. This gambrel-roofed English
      shingle house is one of the few remaining examples of this type of
      architecture that was popular in the homes built on Long Island. The
      gambrel roof allowed houses to be both tall and wide, resulting in a
      fully usable attic and a properly supported chimney.
      Today Kingsland House serves a multi-faceted role in its present use as
      a research center, social history museum and architectural structure.
      The Queens Historical Society is located in Kingsland House and provides
      exhibits pertaining to the history of Queens County and New York City.
      Be sure to stop in and enjoy the current exhibit.
      As you descend the porch of Kingsland House and exit the gate, turn left
      and walk a few feet to the Weeping Beech Tree. Feel free to join
      neighborhood residents on one of the comfortable benches to enjoy this
      magnificent natural landmark. While taking your respite you might want
      to read the section entitled Additional Points of Interest. It will help
      give you a more complete history of Flushing.
   df 1813 Mar 19
   dm 1816 Apr 01 at 73.2.0
 with Sarah (nee Dusenbery 67) Doughty
   Margaret 68    Mary 68        Benjamin 68    Charles 68     Sarah 68
   b17720316      b17730916      b17750306      b17770724      b17801022
   Hannah 68
   b1783


Benjamin Doughty 67
   bm 1744 Nov 10 Benjamin Doughty 66 et ux Hannah (nee Williams 66) Doughty
      in Flushing, Queens Co., NY.
   n. 1755 certified member NYMM
   mf 1777 Jun 23 Rebecca Doughty 68 both of Queens. NYMR V24 P103 LDSR0017693
   bf 1752 ___ __ to William Doughty 67 et ux Hannah (nee Doughty 67) Doughty
   n. Benjamin was a farmer.
   wm recorded at Jamaica, Queens County, NY.
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T_ B P150 Index P235
      New York, Queens Co., Jamaica Town
                          16<16 Fe Fr S
 Benjamin Doughty _______ 01 03 04 00 01
 (Benjamin)_______________16-$ MW
 (Rebecca)________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-15MW
 _________________________00-15MW
 _________________________00-15MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 (slave)__________________00-$ PS
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93  R25 P548. P68B:5 L26 partly illegible
      NY, Queens Co., Jamaica
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Benjamin Doughty        /00 01 02 00 01/00 02 01 01 00/0 0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R_ P300
      NY, Queens Co., Jamaica    adjacent to son Robert
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Rebecka Doughty ________/00 01 01 00 02/00 00 02 00 02/0 0
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 (Deborah)_______________ 16-25FW
 (Benjamin W)____________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
   ld 1812 - ead
      Grantor: Rebecca Doughty, Robert, Elizabeth, Deborah and Benjamin
 with Rebecca (nee Doughty 68) Doughty
   Isaac 68       Sarah 68       Robert H 68    Elizabeth 68   Deborah 68
   b1778          b1780          b17811207      b1783          b1786
   Benjamin W 68
   b1788

Hannah Doughty 67
   bf 1747 ___ __ Benjamin Doughty 66 et ux Hannah (nee Williams 66) Doughty
      in Flushing, Queens Co., NY.
   mm 1782 ___ __ John Hill 67, NYMM of Pennsylvania - Colket.
   bm 1745
   n. went to Canada - Colket.
 with John Hill 67, three children.

Elizabeth Doughty 67
   bf 1750 ___ __ Benjamin Doughty 66 et ux Hannah (nee Williams 66) Doughty
      in Flushing, Queens Co., NY.
   mm 1787 ___ __ William Townsend 67 in Flushing, NYMM
   bm 1756 Dec 20 to Thomas Townsend _ et ux Mary (nee Loines __) Townsend
   n. ack 1788 Jun 02 ; ct 1788 Aug 04 NYMM
   n. see Townsend file. EAD
   n. Mary m Samuel Townsend _
 with William Townsend 67
   Mary 68        Elizabeth 68   Thomas 68
   b              b              b

William Doughty 67
   bm 1755 Nov 17 to Benjamin Doughty 66 et ux Hannah (nee Williams 66) Doughty
      in Flushing, Queens Co., NY.
   mf 1785 May 02 Mary Williams 67 at MM, Westbury, NY.  EAD - Flushing.
   bf 1755 Oct 22 to John Williams 66 et ux Elizabeth (nee _ 66) Williams of
      N. Hemp.
   bf 1757
   n. 1785 Apr 03 William took cert of clear to Westbury MM
      1785 Oct 31 Mary brought cert from Westbury MM EOAQGV3 P105
   dm 1812 Aug 07 at 56Y  NYMM EOAQGV3 P105.
   df 1825 Jan 16
 with Mary (nee Williams 67) Doughty
   Benjamin 68    Esther 68      George M 68    Peggy Ann 68
   b17851212      b17890406      b17930506      ~1797

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Mary Doughty 67
   bf 1731 Mar 27 to Daniel Doughty 66 et ux Anne (nee Stevenson 66) Doughty in
      Hunterdon Co. NJ. DOB given as 1731 1st 27th - EAD.
   mm 1749 Nov 15 William Lovet Smith 67 at the Newbold Mansion, Springfield
      Twp., Burlington, NJ. RWC Note that William Lovet Smith's sister Eliza mm
      William Dillwyn of Burlington who is probably the son of William Dillwyn
      who sold land to Edward Doughty of Philadelphia, butcher.
      EAD also notes that among the guests at the wedding appeared Jonathan
      Belcher, Esq., he having come in a carriage, which was the first
      appearance of a carriage in that township.
   bm 1730 ___ __ to Richard Smith 66 et ux Abigail (nee Raper 66) Smith
   n. note curiousity p88 & 89 Smith's History of New Jersey, standard authority
      of the 1677 settlement of Burlington, brother of Samuel Smith, who was
      the Historian of New Jersey.
   n. Note curiosity. John Smith et ux Martha (nee Craft) and their children,
      Daniel, Samuel, David, and Sarah.  Their son Jonathan bm1675 Dec 27 was
      the first birth after the arrival of Fenwick's colonists, they having been
      on the Griffin also.  Was this Martha Craft related to the Mary Croft who
      mm Edward Doughty, the butcher, of Phila.?  Martha (nee Craft) Smith had a
      sister remaining in England and married to Richard Craven whom she wrote
      1675 Nov 22.  They settled in Smithfield.
   n. From Lindougene aol.com 1999 Apr 24 10:28:30 Sat
      Daniel Doughty Smith bm 1751 mf 1772 Elizabeth Schooley bf to Jonathan
      Schooley dm 18270727, buried in Arney's Mount, NJ.
      The children of Daniel Doughty Smith and Elizabeth (Schooley) Smith were:
      Ann & Mary (both died young), Jonathan bm 17760628 dm 18451116, John
      Schooley Smith bm17771201 dm18320107, Elizabeth bf17791221 df18541011 mm
      James Shreve of Stockton, Jacob dm young, Daniel Doughty Smith, Jr.
      bm17830410 dm18200714, Ezekiel dm young, Rebecca bf 17870329 df 18650103
      mm 18071221 Joseph White of Mt. Holly.
   n. Ths Smith probable descendant of the Mary Doughty m William Lovett Smith.
      See Sarah Fenton, also a probable Doughty descendant, living with in 1850.
      1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P_get   R443 P3A L17  34/37.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Burlington City, Burlington Twp..
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 06, Joseph H. Smith, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Thomas Smith               24M Shoemaker                  NJ
 Caroline "                 24F                            NJ
 Mary     "                 8mF                            NJ
 Sarah Fenton               64F                            NJ            Deaf
   n. Living next to them is George Schooley, probable cousin to Elizabeth.
      1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P_get   R443 P3A L20  35/38.
      NJ, Burlington Co., Burlington City, Burlington Twp..
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 06, Joseph H. Smith, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 George Schooley            28M Shoemaker                  NJ
 Emily    "                 24F                            NJ
 Eamona   "                  3M                            NJ
 Julia    "                 1mF                            NJ
 with William Lovet Smith 67
   Lovett 68      Daniel D 68    Samuel 68      Ann 68         Elizabeth 68
   b              b1751          b              b              b
   Abigail 68     Mary 68        William L 68
   b              b              b

Anne Doughty 67
   bf 1734 Apr 01 to Daniel Doughty 66 et ux Anne (nee Stevenson 66) Doughty
      DOB given as 1734 2nd 1st - EAD
   df 1742 Sep 12 (1742 7th 12th) with two siblings and mother.

Jacob Doughty 67
   bm 1737 Jan 02 to Daniel Doughty 66 et ux Anne (nee Stevenson 66) Doughty
      DOB given as 1736/7 11th month 2nd day about one o'clock in ye morning.
   dm 1742 Sep 09 (1742 7th 9th) with two siblings and mother.

Mercy Doughty 67
   bf 1741 Apr 16 to Daniel Doughty 66 et ux Anne (nee Stevenson 66) Doughty
      DOB given as 1741 4th month 16th day - EAD.
   df 1742 Sep 14 (1742 7th 14th) with two siblings and mother.

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Phebe Doughty 67
   bf ____ ___ __ William Doughty 66 with Margaret (nee _ 66) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Morris Lewis 67
   bm 1730
   dm 1790
   df 1790
 with Morris Lewis 67
   Joseph 68

Bernard Doughty 67
   bm 1740 ___ __ William Doughty 66 with Margaret (nee _ 66) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ _ Hicks 67
   bf 1740
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T_ B P78 Index P235
      New York, Dutchess Co., Clinton Town
                          16<16 Fe Fr S
 Bernard Doughty ________ 01 01 01 00 00
 (Bernard)________________16-$ MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-15MW
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93  R21 P110  P122:1 N4690
      NY, Dutchess Co., Clinton
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Bernard Doughty         /00 00 00 00 01/00 00 00 00 01/0 0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 with _ (nee Hicks 67) Doughty
   Alexander 68
   b1765

William Doughty 67
   bm ____ ___ __ William Doughty 66 with Margaret (nee _ 66) Doughty
   n. 1757 Apr 06 dis mo. NYMM EOAQGV3 P105.
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T_ B P94 Index P235
      New York, Dutchess Co., Washington Town
 Name                     16<16 Fe Fr S
 William Doughty ________ 02 01 06 00 00
 (William)________________16-$ MW
 (Hannah)_________________00-$ FW
 _________________________16-$ MW
 _________________________00-15MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
   n. this 1800 Hannah may not be William's
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93  R21 P091 L_ P100:1  N3774
      NY, Dutchess Co., Washington
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Hannah Doughty          /00 00 00 00 00/02 01 01 01 00/0 0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 (Hannah)________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

James Doughty 67
   bm ____ ___ __ William Doughty 66 with Margaret (nee _ 66) Doughty
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 R___ P094
      NY, Dutchess Co., Washington
 _________________________16-$ MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
   n. wm 1757 Apr 28 John Page of Beekmans Precinct, Dutchess Co.
      Wife Sarah; daughters Johanna, Patience, Elizabeth, Margot,
      grandson Jeremiah Mott, Brier Carpenter.  Home, farm and personal property
      Executors: s-i-l Thomas Carpenter, Benjamin Lapham.
      Witness: Isaac Germaond, Susannah Hoffe, at date of proof wife of James
      Doughty, Sarah Smith, at said date, wife of Ebenezer Huested.  NYWR1626-
      1826.  DTV19N3P43
      1763 Jul 06 will proved.
   n. wm 1757 May 29 Jacob Hoff of Crom Elbow Pct., Dutchess Co., NY

Oliver Doughty 67
   bm 174_ ___ __ William Doughty 66 with Margaret (nee _ 66) Doughty
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 R___ BP94 Index P235
      New York, Dutchess Co., Washington Town
                          16<16 Fe Fr S
 Oliver Doughty _________ 02 01 01 00 00
 (Oliver)_________________16-$ MW
 _________________________16-$ MW
 _________________________00-15MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93  R21 P108  P120:1 N4621
      NY, Dutchess Co., Clinton
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Oliver Doughty          /00 01 01 00 01/00 00 01 00 00/0 0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 (Oliver)________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R_ P034 L1
      NY, Dutchess Co., Clinton Unnatur  __ Agri 01 Comm __ Manu __
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Oliver Doughty _________/01 01 00 00 00 01/00 00 00 01 __/__ __ _____________
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R104 P206 L_
      NY, Dutchess Co., Clinton ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Oliver Doughty __________/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
   dm
   n. Oliver Doughty _ bm 1808   a grandson of Oliver 1?
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R278 P009
      NY, Dutchess Co., Pleasant ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Oliver Doughty __________/1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Oliver)_________________ 30-39MW
 (Hannah A)_______________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 (Charles B)______________ 00-04MW
 (Mary H)_________________ 00-04FW
 (Julia F)________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R496 P018 L22 266/267
      NY, Dutchess Co., Pleasant Valley
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 20, John L. Bogan, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Oliver Doughty             42M Labourer                   NY
 Hannah A.                  34F                            NY
 Charles B.                 16M                            NY       S
 Mary H.                    12M                            NY       S
 Julia F.                   10M                            NY       S
 Emily F.                    8M                            NY       S
 Haorden I. ?                7M                            NY       S
 Hamilton                    3M                            NY
 Jane Eggleston             20F                            NY
 with Hannah A.
   Charles B _    Mary H _       Julia F _      Emily F _      Haorden I _
   b1834          b1838          b1840          b1842          b1843
   Hamilton _
   b1847

Samuel Doughty 67
   bm~1747 ___ __ to William Doughty 66 with Margaret (nee _ 66) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Ruth _ 67
   bf~1750
   n. Information on this family from Sally Peterson (ASLPet aol.com),
      "Samuel & Ruth Doughty," 1998 Nov 19 via Steve Ketchum.
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 B P94 Index P235
      New York, Dutchess Co., Washington Town
 Name                     16<16 Fe Fr S
 Samuel Doughty _________ 01 00 08 00 00
 (Samuel)_________________16-$ MW
 (Ruth)___________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93 R21 P091 L_ P101:1 N3800
      NY, Dutchess Co., Washington
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Samuel Doughty _________/00 00 00 01 01/02 02 03 00 01/0 0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 (Samuel)________________ 45-$_MW
 (Ruth)__________________ 45-$_FW
 b_______________________ 26-44MW
 c_______________________ 16-25FW
 d_______________________ 16-25FW
 e_______________________ 16-25FW
 f_______________________ 10-15FW
 g_______________________ 10-15FW
 h_______________________ 00-09FW
 i_______________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R30 P231
      NY, Dutchess Co., Washington
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Samuel Doughty _________/01 00 01 00 01/00 01 03 02 01/
 (Samuel)________________ 45-$_MW
 (Ruth)__________________ 45-$_FW
 c_______________________ 26-44FW
 d_______________________ 26-44FW
 e?______________________ 16-25MW
 f_______________________ 16-25FW
 g_______________________ 16-25FW
 h_______________________ 16-25FW
 i_______________________ 10-15FW
 (gs)____________________ 00-09MW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R71 P141 L_
      NY, Dutchess Co., Washingt Unnatur  __ Agri 02 Comm __ Manu __
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Samuel Doughty _________/00 00 01 01 00 01/01 00 01 01 __/__ __ _____________
   dm 1823 Mar 17 Washington, Dutchess Co, NY interred Pittsbury Presbyterian
      Churchyard[2]
   df 1826 Dec 27
 with Ruth
   Sarah 68       Charlotte 68   Phebe 68       Mahala 68      Molly 68
   b              b              b              b              b
   Deborah 68     Ruth 68        Merium 68      Lucy 68
   b              b              b              b

Mary Doughty 67
   bf 1749 Sep 07 William Doughty 66 with Margaret (nee _ 66) Doughty in
      Flushing (Whitestone), LI, NY.
   n. moved with parents to Nine Partners, Dutchess Co., NY (now Amenia).
   mm 1769 Feb 04 Thomas Ketcham 67 at Flushing, LI. Amenia (Nine Partners.)
   bm 1748 Feb 08 to Thomas Ketchum 66 et ux Rorbeker (nee _ 66) Ketchum
   n. wm 1760 Apr 15 proved 1760 May 03 Thomas Ketchum of Batemans (Beekman's?)
      Precinct, Dutchess Co. Wife Rorbeker; sons Thomas, Isaac; daughters
      Leuinor, Pamela, Mary, Deborah.  Real and personal property.
      Executor: Joseph Haff and Samuel Adget.
      Witness: Hobart Stanbrough, Peter Doty, William Doughty  DTV19N3P43
   n. From sgk 1999 Mar 26 22:19:22 Fri Steve Ketcham
      Here's what I have about Mary Doughty, who married Thomas Ketcham.
      She was born 1749 Sep 07 in Flushing (Whitestone) NY, and moved with her
      parents to Nine Partners, Dutchess Co, NY (now Amenia). She married Thomas
      Ketcham 1769 Feb 4 in Nine Partners, where they had most of their 11
      children.
      They moved to the wilderness town of Sudbury, VT before 1791 (they're in
      the 1790 Federal census, which was actually conducted after VT became a
      state in 1791.)  Mary died in Sudbury on 1834 Jan 19.
      She had 11 children with Thomas:
         Rebecca       1770 Jan 24  -  1802 Apr 19
         Phoebe        1772 Jan 13  -  1844 Aug 13
         William       1774 Dec 23  -  1855 Aug 13
         Thomas        1776 Jan 25  -  1835 Jan 17
         Barnard       1778 Mar 2   -  1855 Mar 9
         Elias         1780 May 2   -  1854 Jun 18
         Pamela        1782 Sep 23  -  1858 Mar 7
         Ruth          1784 Nov 9   -  1834 Jan 13
         Mary          1787 Jan 7   -  1883 Aug 30
         Isaac         1789 Feb 14  -  1856 Nov 21
         Sarah         1792 Feb 5   -  1797 Aug 29
      I've tentatively identified her as the daughter of William and Margaret
      Doughty, whom you have in the line Francis-Elias-William.  This William
      appears in records of Dutchess Co:
   wm 1771 Jul 15 His will, probated, 15 July 1771, mentions his wife Margaret;
      sons William, James, Barnerd, Oliver, Samuel; daughters Phoebe, Mary.
      Executors: Sons William and James
      Witnesses: Israel Green, Jacob Tobias, Alexander Chaucer
   n. Note that the childrens' names match your information (uncles).
      This information is from Buck, Clifford and William McDermott, compilers,
      "Eighteenth Century Documents of the Nine Partners Patent, Dutchess
      County, New York", William McDermott, Baltimore: Gateway Press,
      Collections of the Dutchess County Historical Society, Volume X, 1979.
      William is also listed as Town Clerk in the same volume.
   n. Mary's husband Thomas's father (also Thomas Ketcham) left a will that was
      proved in Poughkeepsie on 1760 May 03. Among the witnesses were Peter Doty
      and William Doughty.
   n. My information about Mary and Thomas comes from many sources, but
      especially Mary E. Ketcham's "Ketcham Genealogy", a compendium of family
      history collected by Mary, her brother Olin George Ketcham, and others,
      back into the 1870's or so. It's not well documented; I'm working to find
      real records for at least my own line.  On the net, John M. Ketcham's
      website, http://fp-www.wwnet.com/~jketcham/Default.htm has lots of
      information.  Well, cousins, what do you think? Steve.  Great! rwc75
   df 1834 Jan 19 at Sudbury, VT.
 with Thomas Ketcham 67
   Rebecca        Phoebe         William        Thomas         Barnard
   b17700124      b17720113      b17741223      b17760125      b17780302
   Elias          Pamela         Ruth           Mary           Isaac
   b17800502      b17820923      b17841109      b17870107      b17890214
   Sarah
   b17920205

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James Doughty 68
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 67 et ux Letitia (nee Seaman 67) Doughty

John Doughty 68
   bm 1737 Dec __ to John Doughty 67 et ux Letitia (nee Seaman 67) Doughty in
      Rye, Westchester Co., NY
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ 68 probably in Westchester Co., NY
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93  R27 P120. P120B:7 L19
      NY, Westchester Co., Rye Town
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Doughty ___________/00 00 00 00 01/00 00 00 00 01/
 (John Doughty)__________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93  R27 P115. P115A:7 L37
      NY, Westchester Co., Rye Town
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Doughty            /01 00 01 01 00/02 01 00 01 00/0 0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   n. Honorable John Doughty - Bolton's "History of Westchester County", NY
   n. removed to NYC and sold lands at Rye.  Had a market at 121st St.
   wm ____ ___ __ mentions George, Nancy, Epenetus, Sarah
   n. grandchildren Mary Varick, Sarah Ann Talbot, Emeline Bennett
   dm 1837 Dec
   df 1857 May
 with Sarah (_ 68) Doughty
   George S 69    Nancy 69       James J 69     Albert H 69    John S 69
   b              b              b17801011      b              b1786
   Epenetus 69    Sarah 69       Isaac 69       Letitia 69
   ~1794          b              b              b

Mary Doughty 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 67 et ux Letitia (nee Seaman 67) Doughty in
      Rye, Westchester Co., NY.
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Tillot 68

Isaac Doughty 68
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 67 et ux Letitia (nee Seaman 67) Doughty in
      Rye, Westchester Co., NY.

Philemon Doughty 68
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 67 et ux Letitia (nee Seaman 67) Doughty in
      Rye, Westchester Co., NY.

Ebenezer Doughty 68
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 67 et ux Letitia (nee Seaman 67) Doughty in
      Rye, Westchester Co., NY.

Sarah Doughty 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 67 et ux Letitia (nee Seaman 67) Doughty in
      Rye, Westchester Co., NY.
   mm ____ ___ __ _ VanCott 68
 with _ VanCott 68
   Ebenezer 69    Elizabeth 69
   b              b

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John Doughty 68
   bm 1761 ___ __ John Doughty 67 et ux Abigail (nee Sayre 67) Doughty
      Queens Co., NY
   mf 1783 May 16 Sarah Doughty 68 near Huntington, Suffolk Co., NY by Rev.
      Joshua Hart, Presbyterian Minister of Huntington. NYMR V39 P7
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Doughty 67 and Mary (nee Doughty 67) Doughty 67, he
      of Hempstead, NY
   n. They removed to Brooklyn, NY where he was a butcher and a prominent
      citizen. Of massive frame 6 ft 4 in he possessed a most pronounced
      character and decided opinions.  They lived on Fulton St., opposite
      Hicks St. having large means and being much respected - EAD.
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T_ B P97 Index P235
      New York, Kings Co., Brooklyn Town
 Name                     16<16 Fe Fr S
 John Doughty ___________ 01 00 03 00 00
 (John)___________________16-$ MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T_ B P96 Index P235
      New York, Kings Co., Brooklyn Town
 Name                     16<16 Fe Fr S
 John Doughty ___________ 01 03 03 00 03
 (John)___________________16-$ MW
 _________________________00-15MW
 _________________________00-15MW
 _________________________00-15MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ PF
 _________________________00-$ PS
 _________________________00-$ PS
 _________________________00-$ PS
   n. 1797 Mar 04 John Doughty, Town Clerk - freed Caesar Foster, butcher boy by
      trade, age 23; 1818 Apr 18 freed James age 25 King Co., NY NGSCV65N1
   n. Chief Engineer of the Brooklyn Fire Department.
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93  R23 P014. M32 P8B:3 P615
      NY, Kings Co., Brooklyn   P14B
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Doughty ___________/03 01 01 01 01/00 01 00 02 01/2 2
 (John)__________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R_ P078
      NY, Kings Co., Brooklyn Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Doughty ___________/00 00 03 01 01/00 01 01 01 02/0 1
 (John)__________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R64 P155 L_
      NY, Kings Co., Brooklyn, Fulton St. Unnatur  __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Doughty ___________/00 00 00 02 00 01/00 00 00 00 02/__ __ _____________
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R112 P256 L_ adjacent to Charles
      NY, Kings Co., Brooklyn, 2nd Ward, Fulton St. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Doughty ____________/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
   dm 1832.
 with Sarah (nee Doughty 68) Doughty
   Charles J 69   John 69        Mary 69        Elias 69       Robert 69
   b1784          b1786          b1788          b1790          b1792

Mary Doughty 68
   bf 1760 ___ __ John Doughty 67 et ux Abigail (nee Sayre 67) Doughty
   mm 1778 Aug 08 Theodorus DeForrest 68 NYMR V25 P144, and had children.
   bm 1750
 with Theodorus DeForrest 68

Sarah Doughty 68
   bf 1762 ___ __ John Doughty 67 et ux Abigail (nee Sayre 67) Doughty of
      Brooklyn
   mm 1790 ___ __ Isaac Hicks 68 of NY EOAQGV3 P105.
   bm 1730 ___ __ to Samuel Hicks 67
 with Isaac Hicks 67, five children.
   ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________

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Isaiah Doughty 68
   bm 1741 ___ __ to Jacob Doughty 67 et ux Elizabeth (nee Ismond 67) Doughty
      in Flushing, Queens Co., NY
   n. 1760 Apr 28 at 20y enlisted Capt. George Dunbar's Co., County of Queens
      Carpenter, b Long Island. NYHS Collections 1891 BCHS 974.7 NYHS V24 P242
      note that on Apr 01 another Isaiah, presumed to be son of Thomas & Eliz
      Ismond.
   mf ____ ___ __ Peggy Clover 68
   bf 1748
   n. 1771 Jun 03 Isaiah Doughty witnessed the will of Samuel Doxey of
      Hempstead, in Queens County.  DMS NYHS.  See brother George.
   n. below census mis-associated?
 with Peggy (nee Clover 68) Doughty
   George 69      Mary 69        Ismond 69      Elizabeth 69
   b              b17721001      b              b

George Doughty 68
   bm 1744 ___ __ to Jacob Doughty 67 et ux Elizabeth (nee Ismond 67) Doughty
      in Flushing, Queens Co., NY
   mf ____ ___ __ Abigail Doxey 68
   bf 1743 ___ __ to Samuel Doxey 67 DTV22N2P28
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 R___ P094
      NY, Dutchess Co., Washington
 _________________________16-$ MW
 _________________________00-15MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 with Abigail (nee Doxey 68) Doughty
   Jacob 69       Sarah Ann 69   Samuel 69      Jane 69        Rachel 69
   b1764          b1766          b1767          b1769          b1772

Caroline Doughty 68
   bf 1748 ___ __ to Jacob Doughty 67 et ux Elizabeth (nee Ismond 67) Doughty
   mm 1773 Jul 05 John Clement 68, NYMR V21 P30
   bm 1744
   dm
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Thorne 68
   n. EAD
 with John Clement 68
   no issue
 with _ Thorne 68
   no issue

James Doughty 68
   bm 1750 ___ __ to Jacob Doughty 67 et ux Elizabeth (nee Ismond 67) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Smith 68
 with Elizabeth (nee Smith 68)
   Hannah 69      Caroline 69    James 69
   b              b              b

Thomas Doughty 68
   bm 1752 ___ __ to Jacob Doughty 67 et ux Elizabeth (nee Ismond 67) Doughty
   dm not married.

Elias Doughty 68
   bm 1753 ___ __ to Jacob Doughty 67 et ux Elizabeth (nee Ismond 67) Doughty
   n. Removed to Dutchess Co., NY and married there.
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Roe 68
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T_ B P78 Index P235
      New York, Queens Co., Fishkill Town
                          16<16 Fe Fr S
 Elias Doughty __________ 01 01 03 00 00
 (Elias)__________________16-$ MW
 (Elizabeth)______________00-$ FW
 (Thomas E.)______________00-15MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93 R21 P012 L20. P016:1 N444
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Elias Doughty           /00 00 00 01 00/04 00 00 01 00/0 0 _____________
 (Elias)_________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   n. M804, R840 Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application
      S45330 NARA Rev. War. Pensions
      1818 May 02 of Berkman, Dutchess Co., NY 69y. Same Elias? b1749
   n. Where is Thomas E. in the above census?
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R30 P054
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Elias Doughty___________/00 00 01 00 01/01 00 01 00 00/- - - - - 1 600
 (Elias)_________________ 45-$_MW
 (son/sil)_______________ 16-25MW
 (dau/dil)_______________ 16-25FW
 (gd)____________________ 00-09FW
   n. From pime voyager.net 2000 Jun 10 19:01:48 Sat Karen Megerle
      My DOUGHTY line is:
      Elias Doughty Wife's name not known-Parents of
      ELIAS DOUGHTY
         Elias Doughty lived in the township of Beekman, Dutchess County,
      State of New York.
         He was a soldier in the War of the Revolution, being one of the bare-
      foot, ill-clad men of Washington's Army.  When Thomas E. Doughty, Jr. was
      a small boy his grandfather, Elias told him many stories of the hardships
      of his army-life.  He quarreled one day with his Captain, and in his fit
      of temper, shot at him, for which he was arrested and called up for
      court-martial.  But when he appeared for trial he was in such wretched
      condition with no coat, bare and bleeding feet, they gave him a pair of
      boots and sent him back to his place with only a reprimand.  Later he was
      captured and imprisoned on a British Ship in New York Bay.
              Mrs. Isabel A. Towne wrote to New York for his war record but the
      New York records are very incomplete and the few following references are
      all that are obtainable.                    Grace Dodge
                                                  Hotel,
                                                  Washington, D.C.
                                                  1925 April 4
   n. The Commissioners of Pensions,
      Washington, D. C.
         Will you kindly inform me what record you have of the Revolutionary
      War Service of Elias Doughty, who was a private in the "Fourth Regiment
      (Dutchess) of the Line?"
      See Hasbrouck's History of Dutchess County, New York, Page 125
         It is a family tradition that an ancestor named Elias Doughty,
      suffered imprisonment in a British prison -ship.
         Have you any records to that effect?
                                                  Sincerely,
                                                  (Mrs.) Isabel A. Towne
 with Elizabeth (nee Roe 68) Doughty
   Thomas E 69
   b17851226

Charles Doughty 68
   bm 1756 ___ __ to Jacob Doughty 67 et ux Elizabeth (nee Ismond 67) Doughty
   dm unmarried.
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Samuel Doughty 68
   bm 1752 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 67 et ux Margaret (nee DeBevoise 67)
      Doughty
   dm 1753

Oriouchy Doughty 68
   bm 1752 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 67 et ux Margaret (nee DeBevoise 67)
      Doughty
   zm 1752 Dec 03
   n. also called "Ariante" and "Adriana" - EAD P354 (Hoffe)

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Rebecca Doughty 68
   bf 1752 ___ __ to William Doughty 67 et ux Hannah (nee Doughty 67) Doughty
   mm 1777 Jun 16 Benjamin Doughty 67, NYMR V24 P103.
   bm 1744 Jun 10 Benjamin Doughty 66 et ux Hannah (nee Williams 66) Doughty

Elias Doughty 68
   bm 1756 ___ __ to William Doughty 67 et ux Hannah (nee Doughty 67) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Martha Thorne 68
   bf
   n. Martha (late Thorne) mo before 1778/10/07; ct N. P. 1778/11/5.
      EOAQGV3 P105.
   n. Elias rem some time since to N. P. & mo referred to that MM 1778-10-7; he
      had joined a few years earlier. NYMM  EOAQGV3 P104.
   df
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Woodward 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to _ Woodward 67 et ux
   n. wm 1811 Nov 22
      Woodward, Gilbert of NY; will of.  All debts to be paid. Real estate and
      servants in the Island of St. Croix to be sold. Brother John, watch and
      wearing apparel.  Gilbert, son of my sister, Sally, $100 when 21, but if
      he should die before 21, said sum to William Doughty and his brother,
      Elias.  The monies at Hoboken to my sister Charity, to pay my funeral
      charges.  All other estate, real and personal to be equally divided
      between brothers and sisters.
      Executor: John Anderson, Sr., brother John Woodward and John Morrell, of
      Long Island.
      Witness: Thomas Dickerson, Daniel Bayles, Isaac Fairchild.
      1812 Jan 11 will proved when John Woodward and John Anderson signed as
      executors.
      1811 Dec 25 Inventory (not totaled); made by Thomas Dickerson,
      Aron Anderson.  Includes two notes drawn "in the Island of St. Croix, 1811
      Oct 04 by Samuel Bitts."
   wf 1815 Oct 11 NJCD V42 P135 Filed at Hackensack, NJ
      Sarah Doughty of NYC, widow of Elias Doughty leaves sons William, Elias,
      and Gilbert.
      Executors: John Anderson of Hoboken, John Doughty, Esq. of Brooklyn and
      his son Charles Doughty.
      Witness: David Godwin, Isaac Fairchild, Asa Wright.
   df<1816 Jun 26
      1816 Jun 16 will proved.
 with Martha (nee Thorne 68) Doughty
   Joseph 69      John 69
   b              b
 with Sarah (nee Woodward 68) Doughty
   William        Gilbert        Elias
   b              >1790          b

Stephen Doughty 68
   bm 1757 ___ __ to William Doughty 67 et ux Hannah (nee Doughty _) Doughty
   dm not married - EAD P354 (Hoffe)
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93  R21 P113 P126
      NY, Dutchess Co., Stanford   Other:  free____  slaves____
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Stephen Doughty         /03 00 00 01 00/01 00 00 01 00/0 0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Hannah Ann Doughty 68
   bf 1758 ___ __ to William Doughty 67 et ux Hannah (nee Doughty _) Doughty
   df not married - EAD P354 (Hoff)

John Doughty 68
   bm 1762 ___ __ to William Doughty 67 et ux Hannah (nee Doughty _) Doughty
   dm not married - EAD P354 (Hoff)

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Ann Doughty 68
   bf 1759 ___ __ to Timothy Doughty 67 et ux Ann (nee Smith 67) Doughty

Catherine Doughty 68
   bf 1761 ___ __ to Timothy Doughty 67 et ux Ann (nee Smith 67) Doughty
   mm 1786 Mar 02 Charles Peters 68 of Hempstead, she of Oyster Bay.
      LDSR0017693 P31.  May be different pair.

Charles Doughty 68
   bm 1763 ___ __ to Timothy Doughty 67 et ux Ann (nee Smith 67) Doughty

Daniel Doughty 68
   bm 1765 ___ __ to Timothy Doughty 67 et ux Ann (nee Smith 67) Doughty
   n. may not be right assocation, but here for ref. 2 males and 5 females
      before 1790.  I don't think so.  Must be an unaccounted DD.
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T_ B P94 Index P235
      New York, Dutchess Co., Washington Town
                          16<16 Fe Fr S
 Daniel Doughty _________ 01 02 06 00 00
 (Daniel)_________________16-$ MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-15MW
 _________________________00-15MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW

Mary Doughty 68
   bf 1768 ___ __ to Timothy Doughty 67 et ux Ann (nee Smith 67) Doughty

Timothy 68
   bm 177_ ___ __ to Timothy Doughty 67 et ux Ann (nee Smith 67) Doughty
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R_ P192
      NY, Saratoga Co., Stillwater
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Timothy Douty_____?_____/02 00 00 01 00/02 01 00 00 01/0 0
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 (Tim'o)_________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R79 P193 L_
      NY, Saratoga Co., Stillwater Unnatur  __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Timothy Doughty ________/__ __ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R108 P132 L_
      NY, Saratoga Co., Clifton Park ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Timothy Doughty _________/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R_ P034 L8
      NY, Saratoga Co., Clifton Park ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Timothy Doughty _________/0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW

Oranochy 68
   bm 17__ ___ __ to Timothy Doughty 67 et ux Ann (nee Smith 67) Doughty

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Elias Doughty 68
   bm<1750 ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 67
   mf ____ ___ __
   bf ____ ___ __ to
   n. marriage as reported by the Charles E. Sheppard papers and on ufilm.
 with
   Elias 69
   b17700405

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Mary Doughty 68
   bf 1754 Mar 23 to Joseph Doughty 67 et ux Sighches (nee Wiltsie 67) Doughty
   mm 1774 ___ __ Jonathan Hoag 68
   n. ......... 3   Cornelius Hoag b: 1789 d: 1840
      ........  +Kitsie Vanderburgh b: 1795  m: Abt 1813
      ......... 4   Martin Harder Hoag b: 1814 d: 1889
      ..............  +Mariah Van Patten b: 1818 d: 1844 m: Abt 1840
      ............... 5   Charles Parker Hoag b: 1842 d: 1914
      ....................  +Mary Jane Potter b: 1864 d: 1938 m: Abt 1887
      PC from WCD 2001/6/3
   dm 1812
   df 1841 ___ __ in Nassau, NY.
 with Jonathan Hoag 68
   Cornelius 69
   ~1789

John Doughty 68
   bm 1757 Jun 08 to Joseph Doughty 67 et ux Sighches (nee Wiltsie 67) Doughty
      in Beekman Twp., Dutchess Co., NY.
   n. not married - EAD.
   dm 1813 Feb 25 in Beekman Twp., Dutchess Co., NY.

Thomas Doughty 68
   bm 1759 Apr 27 to Joseph Doughty 67 et ux Sighches (nee Wiltsie 67) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Ricketson 68 in Beekman Twp., Dutchess Co., NY.
   bf 1764 May
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 B P76 Index P235
      New York, Dutchess Co., Beekman Town
 Name                     16<16 Fe Fr S
 Thomas Doughty _________ 01 00 03 00 00
 (m/m-i-l?)_______________00-$ FW
 (Thomas)_________________16-$ MW
 (Mary)___________________00-$ FW
 (dau)____________________00-$ FW
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93 R21 P012   P016:1 N431 L7.
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Thomas Doughty _________/04 00 00 01 00/01 01 00 01 01/0 0 ________________
 (m/m-i-l?)______________ 45-$_FW
 (Thomas)________________ 26-44MW
 (Mary)__________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 (Joseph)________________ 00-09MW
 (Meribeth)______________ 00-09FW
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R30 P052
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Thomas Doughty _________/01 02 01 00 01/00 01 02 00 01/- - 8 46 80 - - 1
 (Thomas)________________ 45-$_MW
 (Mary)__________________ 45-$_FW
 (dau)___________________ 16-25FW
 (son)___________________ 16-25MW
 (dau)___________________ 16-25FW
 (Ricketson)_____________ 10-15MW
 (Joseph)________________ 10-15MW
 (Meribeth)______________ 10-15FW
 (George)________________ 00-09MW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R71 P017 L_
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman Unnatur  __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Thomas Doughty _________/00 01 00 02 00 01/00 01 01 00 01/__ __ _____________
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R104 P187 L_
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas Doughty __________/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R278 P289
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas Doughty __________/0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
   dm 1841 Aug 23 at 8[23].3.27 and interred NY, Dutchess Co., Apoquague
      Friends Burial Ground. NYDCAFBG
   df 1843 Sep 27 at 79.4.? and interred NY, Dutchess Co., Apoquague Friends
      Burial Ground. NYDCAFBG
 with Mary (nee Ricketson 68) Doughty
   dau 69         son 69         Ricketson 69   dau 69         Meribeth 69
   ~1787          ~1788          b17890917      ~1791          b17930401
   Joseph 69      George 69
   b17941203      b17990330

Jane Doughty 68
   bf 1761 Jul 04 to Joseph Doughty 67 et ux Sighches (nee Wiltsie 67) Doughty
      in Beekman Twp., Dutchess Co., NY.
   mm~1782 ___ __ Philip Flagler 68
   bm 1756 May 30 to Philip Flagler 67 et ux Sarah as surmised from the Family
      Burying Ground.
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 R21 P016:1 N440 L16.
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Phillip Flageler, Jun^r_/02 01 00 01 00/00 01 01 01 00/00 00 ____________
 (Phillip)________________ 26-44MW
 (Jane)___________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 R21 P016:1 N441 L17.
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Phillip Flageler, Sen^r_/00 00 00 01 01/03 02 01 01 01/01 00 ____________
 _________________________ 45-$_MW
 _________________________ 45-$_FW
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
   n. http://www.rootsweb.com/~nydutche/cems/flagler.htm for Flagler info.
   dm 1841 May 07 at 84.11.8 and interred in Flagler Family Burying Ground.
   df 1846 Sep 04 at 85.2.0 in Beekman Twp., Dutchess Co., NY interred in
      Flagler Family Burying Ground.
 with Phillip Flagler 68
   _ _            _ _            _ _            _ _            _ _
   b              b              b              b              b

Joseph Doughty 68
   bm 1763 Oct 14 to Joseph Doughty 67 et ux Sighches (nee Wiltsie 67) Doughty
      in NY, probably Dutchess Co.
   mf~1785 ___ __ Experience Allen 68
   bf 1768
   df
   mf>1786 ___ __ Phebe Hull 68
   bf~1765
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 B P76 Index P235
      New York, Dutchess Co., Beekman Town
                          16<16 Fe Fr S
 Joseph Doughty, Jr. ____ 02 02 02 00 00
 (Joseph)_________________16-$ MW
 (Experience)_____________00-$ FW
 _________________________16-$ MW
 (David S)________________00-15MW
 _________________________00-15MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R71 P015 L_
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman Unnatur  __ Agri 01 Comm __ Manu __
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Joseph Doughty _________/00 00 00 00 00 01/01 01 00 00 00/__ __ _____________
   dm
   df
 with Experience (nee Allen 68) Doughty
   David S 69
   b1786

Siche Doughty 68
   bf 1766 Mar 06 to Joseph Doughty 67 et ux Siche (nee Wiltse 67) Doughty
      in Beekman Twp., Dutchess Co., NY.
   mm 1790 Nov 11 Samuel Vail 68 in Dutchess Co., NY.
   n. ... 3   Jane Flagler Vail b: 1807 d: 1890
      ..  +Charles Edward Burton b: 1816 d: 1897 m: Abt 1840
      ......... 4   Samuel Vail Burton b: 1846 d: 1879
      ..............  +Harriet Gibson b: 1845 d: 1919 m: Abt 1870
      ............... 5   Paul Gibson Burton b: 1870 d: 1949
      ....................  +Mary Mason Barlow b: Abt 1870  m: Abt 1895
   df 1848 Oct 18
 with Samuel Vail 68
   Jane F 69
   b1807

Martin Doughty 68
   bm 1768 Mar 14 to Joseph Doughty 67 et ux Sighches (nee Wiltsie 67) Doughty
      in Beekman, Dutchess County, NY. EAD - mistakenly lists mother as Mary
      Cornwall which is in conflict with his own data - Martin's grandmother.
   mf ____ ___ __ Lydia Collins 68 in Beekman, Dutchess Co., NY, sister to
      Phebe Collins who mm Jacob, Martin's brother.
   bf 1773 ___ __ to Hezekiah Collins 67 et ux Rhoda
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93  R21 P018 L_   P019:1 N556
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Martin Doughty          /01 00 01 01 00/03 01 00 01 00/0 0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 (Martin)________________ 26-44MW
 (Lydia)_________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 (Elizabeth)_____________ 00-09FW
 (Platt R)_______________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R30 P122
      NY, Dutchess Co., Fishkill
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Martin Doughty _________/02 01 01 01 00/01 02 01 01 00/
 (Martin)________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 (Elizabeth)_____________ 16-25FW
 (Platt)_________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 (George)________________ 00-09MW
 (Abram)_________________ 00-09MW
 (Caroline)______________ 00-09FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R68 P231 L_
      NY, Rems Co., Nassau Unnatur  __ Agri 03 Comm __ Manu __
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Martin Doughty _________/01 01 00 01 00 01/00 01 01 01 01/__ __ _____________
   n. Lived at Half Moon, Saratoga Co., NY.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R336 P223 L7
      NY, Saratoga Co., Stillwater ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Martin Doughty __________/0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
   n. Note the three Humphrey neighbors - could be link to James of Scituate.
   n. Lydia is with son George in the 1850 Census.  Martin has passed on.
 with Lydia (nee Collins 68) Doughty
   Elizabeth 69   Platt R 69     George 69      Caroline 69    Abram 69
   b1794          b1796          b1806          b1807          ~1808
   Sichy 69       Jack Darling 69
   b              b

William Doughty 68
   bm 1770 Nov 05 to Joseph Doughty 67 et ux Siche (nee Wiltse 67) Doughty
      in Beekman Twp., Dutchess County, NY.
   mf~1802 ___ __ Sarah VanWyck 68 Vanderburg, widow of _ Vanderburg, in
      Dutchess Co., NY.
   bf 1774 Jan 22 to
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93  R21 P111. P123 N4731 L20.
      NY, Dutchess Co., Clinton   Other:  free____  slaves____
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 William Doughty         /01 01 01 01 00/02 00 02 01 00/0 0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R30 P054
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman      (fix)
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 William Doughty ________/01 02 00 01 01/02 02 02 01 01/2 - 6 30 28 1 300
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R71 P015 L_       doesn't go here
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman Unnatur  __ Agri 03 Comm __ Manu __
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 William Doughty ________/02 02 __ __ __ __/01 01 02 __ __/02 __ _____________
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R104 P188 L_
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William Doughty _________/0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R496 P277 L2 205/205
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 26, Wm Hedden, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William Doughty            79M Farmer                20000NY
 Sarah                      77F                            NY
   n. Gilbert VanWyck is next door at 206
   dm 1854 Oct 01 and interred NY, Dutchess Co., Apoquague Friends Burial
      Ground. NYDCAFBG
   df 1865 Jul 29 at 91.6.7 and interred NY, Dutchess Co., Apoquague Friends
      Burial Ground. NYDCAFBG
 with Sarah (nee VanWyck 68) Doughty
   Catherine V 69 Phoebe 69      John J 69      Phoebe 69      Psyche 69
   b17910501      b18030818      b18070412      b18030818      b18090709
   William 69     Sarah 69       George T 69
   b18110607      b18130622      b18161006

Jacob Doughty 68
   bm 1772 Oct 20 to Joseph Doughty 67 et ux Siche (nee Wiltse 67) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Phebe Collins 68, sister of Lydia Collins 68 who married
      Jacob's brother Martin Doughty.
   bf 1776 Feb 14 to Hezekiah Collins 67 et ux Rhoda
   df 1820 Jan 22 at 43.11.8 and interred NY, Dutchess Co., Apoquague Friends
      Burial Ground. NYDCAFBG
   mf>1820 ___ __ Lois Curtis 68
   bf 1782 Jun 27 to Enos Curtis 67 et ux Abigail
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T_ B P77 Index P235
      New York, Dutchess Co., Clinton Town
                          16<16 Fe Fr S
 Jacob Doughty __________ 01 01 05 00 00
 (Jacob)__________________16-$ MW
 (Phebe)_________________ 00-15MW
 ________________________ 00-$ FW
 ________________________ 00-$ FW
 ________________________ 00-$ FW
 ________________________ 00-$ FW
 ________________________ 00-$ FW
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R30 P054
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Jacob Doughty___________/01 00 01 01 00/02 00 01 01 00/- - 5 9 40
 (Jacob)_________________ 26-44MW
 (Phebe)_________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R71 P013 L_
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman Unnatur  __ Agri 02 Comm __ Manu __
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Jacob Doughty __________/02 01 01 01 01 __/02 01 01 __ __/__ __ _____________
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R71 P017 L_
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman Unnatur  __ Agri 01 Comm __ Manu 01
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Jacob Doughty __________/01 01 00 00 01 01/01 01 01 __ __/__ __ _____________
   df 1843 Jul 21 at 61.1.24 and interred NY, Dutchess Co., Apoquague Friends
      Burial Ground. NYDCAFBG
   dm 1859 Aug 18 at 86.9.28 and interred NY, Dutchess Co., Apoquague Friends
      Burial Ground. NYDCAFBG
 with Phebe (nee Collins 68) Doughty
   Walter G 69
   b18130205
 with Lois (nee Curtis 68) Doughty

Elizabeth Doughty 68
   bf 1774 Oct 18 to Joseph Doughty 67 et ux Siche (nee Wiltse 67) Doughty
   df young

Cornell Doughty 68
   bm 1776 Oct 28 to Joseph Doughty 67 et ux Siche (nee Wiltse 67) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Adriance 68
   bf<1784
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R30 P054
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Cornwell Doughty _______/00 00 00 01 00/03 00 02 00 00/
 (Cornwell)______________ 26-44MW
 (Elizabeth)_____________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R71 P017 L_
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman Unnatur  __ Agri 02 Comm __ Manu __
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Cornwell Doughty _______/01 00 00 01 01 __/01 03 00 02 __/__ __ _____________
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R104 P188 L_
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Cornell Doughty _________/0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
   w. 1842 Apr 16 NY, Dutches County Wills

Nehemiah Doughty 68
   bm 1780 Oct 14 to Joseph Doughty 67 et ux Siche (nee Wiltse 67) Doughty
      in Beekman Twp., Dutchess Co., NY, three years later by 1850 Census.
   mf 1803 Aug 16 Catherine Dennis 68 in Dutch Reform Ch., Fishkill
   bf 1787  by 1850 Census
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R30 P048
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Nehemiah Doughty _______/01 01 02 01 00/02 01 02 00 00/2 - 3 5 - - - 1 - -
 (Nehemiah)______________ 26-44MW
 (Catherine)_____________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R51 P015 L_
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman Unnatur  __ Agri 02 Comm 01 Manu __
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Nehemiah Doughty _______/01 02 00 01 02 00/01 01 02 01 01/__ __ _____________
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R_ P190 L_
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Nehemiah Doughty ________/0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R278 P299
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Nehemiah Doughty ________/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
   n. next door to William D. Doughty, one side, and Wheeler Gilbert, the other.
   n. William D. Doughty _
      the 1840 Census index has S for the middle initial; the Census has "D".
      The D likely derives from possible mother Catherine (nee Dennis) next door
      with possible father Nehemiah. Move the below census when determined.
      c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R278 P299  next door to Nehemiah (father?)
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
      Name                 /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
      William D. Doughty __/1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
   w. 1840 Dec 24 NY, Dutches County Wills
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R496 P270 L8 88/90
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 15, Wm Hedden, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Nehemiah Doughty           67M Farmer                     NY
 Catherine                  63F                            NY
   dm 1851 Aug 28 and interred NY, Dutchess Co., Apoquague Friends Burial
      Ground.  NYDCAFBG
 with Catherine (nee Dennis 68) Doughty
   Peter D 69
   b1807

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Martha Doughty 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 67 et ux Keziah (nee Bates 67) Doughty

Keziah Doughty 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 67 et ux Keziah (nee Bates 67) Doughty
   n. Seems likely the Keziah Doughty of Middlesex Co., NJ seeking damages by
      the British P307,308.

Lucretia Doughty 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 67 et ux Keziah (nee Bates 67) Doughty

Josiah Doughty 68
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 67 et ux Keziah (nee Bates 67) Doughty
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93  R25 P548. P68B:5 L27  partly illegible
      NY, Queens Co., Jamaica
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Josiah Doughty          /00 00 00 01 00/00 00 00 01 01/1 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R_ P288
      NY, Queens Co., Jamaica
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Josiah Doughty _________/00 00 00 00 01/00 00 00 01 01/0 1
 (Josiah)________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R78 P259 L_
      NY, Queens Co., No. Twp. L Unnatur  __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu 01
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Josiah Doughty _________/00 00 00 00 00 01/00 01 00 00 01/__ __ _____________

Priscilla Doughty 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 67 et ux Keziah (nee Bates 67) Doughty

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Joseph Doughty 68
   bm ____ ___ __ to Charles Doughty 67 et ux Mary (nee Doughty 67) Doughty 67
   dm young

Mary Doughty 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Doughty 67 et ux Mary (nee Doughty 67) Doughty 67
   n. not married - EAD.

Sarah Doughty 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Doughty 67 et ux Mary (nee Doughty 67) Doughty 67
   mm 1783 May 16 John Doughty 68 of Brooklyn
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 67 et ux Abigail (nee Sayre 67) Doughty

Joseph Doughty 68
   bm ____ ___ __ to Charles Doughty 67 et ux Elizabeth (nee Doughty 67) Doughty
   n. not married - EAD.

Elizabeth Doughty 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Doughty 67 et ux Elizabeth (nee Doughty 67) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ George Valentine 68 and had children

Miriam Doughty 68
   bf 1765 Oct 25 to Charles Doughty 67 et ux Elizabeth (nee Doughty 67) Doughty
      on Rocky Hill, near Far Rockaway.
   mm 1791 Dec 10 John James Weeks _ at Presyterian Church, NYC, and had
      children.
   bm ____ ___ __ to Jotham Weekes 67
   n. their first home was in New York, where they lived on Water Street and
      later on Pearl St.
   n. 1804 they returned to Oyster Bay
   dm 1817 or 1807?
   n. 1833 went to live with daughter, Mrs. Benjamin Underhill for the last 20
      years of her life.
   n. 1836 Miriam had a portrait made for each child.
   df 1852 May 27 in Oyster Bay at 87y and interred in the old family graveyard
      on Berry Hill.
   n. sons Robert Doughty Weeks, James Huggins Weeks
 with James Weeks
   Kliza _        Robert D _     James H _      Charles _      Julia _
   b1793d1833     b1795d1854     b1798d1879     b1799d1831     b1802d1893
   Maria _        Edward _
   b1804d1808     b1810d1870

Charles Doughty 68
   bm ____ ___ __ to Charles Doughty 67 et ux Elizabeth (nee Doughty 67) Doughty
   n. not married - EAD.

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Christopher Doughty 68
   bm 1753 Oct 16 to Christopher Doughty 67 et ux Elizabeth (nee Carman 67)
      Doughty in Trenton, NJ.
   mf 1777 Dec 27 Margaret Morris 68 NYMR V24 P207
   bf 1758 ___ __ in Morristown, NY.
   n. Brought up as Friend, he was a private in Col. Bayard's Regiment in the
      Revolutionary War.
   n. while serving in Capt. Stillwell's Co., was taken prisoner on 1777 Jan 02
      until 1778 Jul 10 when he escaped with three other prisoners - see
      treatise by ILD at GCHS, NJ.
   n. Genealogical and personal memoroal of Mercer Co., NJ  - Google
      1785 July Ratables  NJ, Middlesex Co., Windsor
      Christopher Doughty.
   n. DAR Patriot Index P862 Pvt NJ PNSR
   n. M804 R804 Bounty Land Warrants & Revolutionary War Pension Applications
      S3300 - National Archives, Washington D.C.
      1832 Oct 29 City of Pittsburg, Allegheny Co., PA lived there since 1789
      and was raised in Monmouth Co., NJ.  Enlisted in 1775 in Col. Furman's
      Reg't.  Brother Linton also in war.  Christopher moved in 1839 to NYC,
      1840 back to Pittsburg to live with daughter, 1845 Feb 10 to NYC to be
      near only surviving brother.
      H. Wybrant of 27 W. 14th St., Dubuque, IA in 1894 Nov is married to gd.
      Mrs. F. H. Agnew, 1010 S. Olive St, LA, CA 1896 Oct 12.
      Mrs. Samuel D. Hubley, 224 North Ave., Allegheny, PA 1896 May 23 is ggd.
      Dr. Christopher Doughty was captured, taken to New York where the Brits,
      finding him knowledgeable in botany and extracting suffering remedies
      from vegetables, refused his exchange.
   df 1822 Sep 17 in Pittsburg, PA interred Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburg,
      Allegheny Co., PA.
   dm 1848 Aug 08 in Pittsburg, PA interred Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburg,
      Allegheny Co., PA.
   n. Patriots List C1466, DAR   MVL-Hsoc  NJ Doughtys (various spellings):
 with Margaret (nee Morris 68) Doughty
   Samuel M 69    Robert M 69    John M 69      Lewis M 69     Mary Ann 69
   ~1777          ~1779          ~1783          ~1785          b17860724
   Charles M 69   Elizabeth C 69 Nancy 69       Benjamin F 69
   b17910717      b17931118      ~1796          ~1797

Linton Doughty 68
   bm 1757 Sep 22 to Christopher Doughty 67 et ux Elizabeth (nee Carman 67)
      Doughty at Hempstead Twp., Long Island, NY
   mf 1779 ___ __ Rachel Macleese 68 Ashley, widow of John Ashley
   bf 1755
   n. DAR Patriot Index P863 Pvt NJ PNSR
   n. M804 R840 Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application
      Files 1800-1900. S993 Born NY, LI, Hempstead Twp. bm 17570922 Resided at
      Middletown, Monmouth Co., NJ when he volunteered under Cpt. John Smock,
      then Capt. Joseph Stillwell & Col. Asher Holmes.  Taken prisoner, he was
      confined in the Sugar House, NY for 19 mo.
   n. lived in NJ.
   df 1796
   dm 1836 Aug 13 Middletown Twp, Monmouth Co., NJ
 with Rachel (nee Macleese 68) Doughty
   Isaac 69       Rachel 69
   b17820219      b

Deborah Doughty 68
   bf 1759 ___ __ to Christopher Doughty 67 et ux Elizabeth (nee Carman 67)
      Doughty
   mm 1773 Feb 08 Thomas Cornwall 68 NYMR V20 P38. Doty gives surname Cornwall.

Elizabeth Doughty 68
   bf 1763 ___ __ to Christopher Doughty 67 et ux Elizabeth (nee Carman 67)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Gerrit Harsin 68
   bm 1753
   dm 1838
   df 1845
 with Gerrit Harsin 68
   Deborah Ann 69
   b

Samuel Doughty 68
   bm 1765 ___ __ to Christopher Doughty 67 et ux Elizabeth (nee Carman 67)
      Doughty
   n. 1796 listed NJ Tax Ratables in Monmouth Co., as a single man.
   n. not married - EAD.

John Doughty 68
   bm 1767 ___ __ to Christopher Doughty 67 et ux Elizabeth (nee Carman 67)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Llewelyn 68 and lived in NJ.
   bf 1784
   n. 1797 & 1808 Listed NJ, Monmouth Co. Tax Ratables as householder owning
      land.
   dm 1853
   df 1867
 with Elizabeth (nee Llewelyn 68) Doughty
   Christopher 69 John 69        Robert 69      Elizabeth 69   Margaret L 69
   b1804          b1805          b1809          b1811          b1813
   Charles 69     Benjamin 69    Mary Ann 69    Martha 69      Richard 69
   b1813          b1817          b1820          b1822          b1824
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Samuel Doughty 68
   bm 1785 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 67 et ux Harriet (nee VanBrunt 67) Doughty
   n. As Samuel is grandson of Samuel Doughty 67 et ux Deborah (nee Lawrence 67)
      Willett, this may potentially link to Samuel Willetts Doughty.

Elizabeth Doughty 68
   bf 1787 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 67 et ux Harriet (nee VanBrunt 67) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Abram Eldert 68
   bm 1782
 with Abram Eldert 68 they had children - EAD.
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Isaac Doughty 68
   bm 1778 ___ __ to Benjamin Doughty 67 et ux Rebecca (nee Doughty 67) Doughty
      in Flushing, NY.
   mf 1803 Nov 09 Abigail Clement 68 of Fosters Island, he of Jamaica, NYa
      LDSR0017693 P37
 with Abigail (nee Clement 68)
   Samuel 69
   b

Sarah Doughty 68
   bf 1780 ___ __ to Benjamin Doughty 67 et ux Rebecca (nee Doughty 67) Doughty
      in Flushing, NY.
   mm ____ ___ __ John Hegeman 68
   bm 1778

Robert H. Doughty 68
   bm 1781 Dec 07 to Benjamin Doughty 67 et ux Rebecca (nee Doughty 67) Doughty
      in Flushing, NY.
   mf 1808 Jan 15 Rebecca H. Duryea 68
   bf 1789
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R_ P300
      NY, Queens Co., Jamaica    adjacent to Rebecka (mother)
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Robert Doughty _________/00 02 02 01 00/01 01 00 00 00/1 0
 (Robert)________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R78 P252 L_
      NY, Queens Co., No. Twp. L Unnatur  __ Agri 01 Comm __ Manu __
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Robert Doughty _________/03 00 00 00 01 __/01 00 00 01 __/__ __ _____________
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R104 P151 L_
      NY, Queens Co., Flushing ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Robert Doughty __________/0 1 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   n. 1838 NYCD Robert H. Doughty, carter, 260 Rivington  dms
   n. 1838 NYCD Robert H. Doughty, mason, 5 Prince    dms
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R305 P047
      NY, New York Co., New York, 11th Ward ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Robert H. Doughty _______/0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R546 P109A L29 ?/2062
      NY, New York Co., NYC, 11th Ward
      Enumerated: 1850 Oct 01, ........  ...., Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Rob't H. Doughty           60M None                       NY
 Barbara                    59F                            NY
 Wm                         35M Tinner?                    NY
 Jno D. Hogg                33M Painter                    Eng
 Mary E.                    23F                            NY
 Ann Doughty                37F                            NY
 Wm. Hunter                 2mM                            NY
   dm 1855 Oct 10
 with Rebecca H. (nee Duryea 68) Doughty
   Arabella M 69  William N 69   Joseph H D 69  Cornelius D 69 Leonard D 69
   b18100407      b18140117      b18161214      b18180709      b18210325
   Amanda M 69    Mary E 69      Amanda E 69
   b18230616      b18271117      b18310604

Elizabeth Doughty 68
   bf 1783 ___ __ to Benjamin Doughty 67 et ux Rebecca (nee Doughty 67) Doughty
      in Flushing, NY.
   mm ____ ___ __ William H. Cornell 68
   bm 1780

Deborah Doughty 68
   bf 1786 ___ __ to Benjamin Doughty 67 et ux Rebecca (nee Doughty 67) Doughty
      in Flushing, NY.
   mm ____ ___ __ Cornelius Duryea 68
   bm 1780 ___ __ to
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R583 P279A L25 254/268
      NY, Queens Co., Jamaica
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 18, Jno. W. Demott, Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Cornelius Duryea           60M Gentleman              1000NY
 Deborah                    60F                            NY
   n. see Percilla Doughty with Stephen Cornell
   n. see Rebecca Duryea with Robert H. Doughty


Benjamin W. Doughty 68
   bm 1788 ___ __ to Benjamin Doughty 67 et ux Rebecca (nee Doughty 67) Doughty
      in Flushing, NY.
   mf ____ ___ __ Ellen _ 68, maybe Valentine
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R78 P240 L_
      NY, Queens Co., No. Twp L Unnatur  __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Benjamin W. Doughty ____/01 00 00 00 01 __/01 00 00 01 01/__ __ _____________
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R583 P269A L21 123/129
      NY, Queens Co., Jamaica
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 11, Jno. W. Demott, Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Benjamin W. Doughty        60M Farmer                 6000NY
 Ellen                      54F                            NY
 Benjamin J.                28M                            NY
 Mary Ann                   21F                            NY
 Mary Kate                   2F                            NY
 Margaret Valentine         60F                            NY
 Brant Dutch                35F Labourer                   GER
 William                    33M    "                       GER
 Mary Ann Case              18F                            ENG
 with Ellen (nee _ 68) Doughty
   Benjamin J 69
   b1822
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Benjamin Doughty 68
   bm 1785 Dec 28 to William Doughty 67 et ux Mary (nee Williams 67) Doughty
      FMM EOAQGV3 P379
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R104 P151 L_
      NY, Queens Co., Flushing ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Benjamin Doughty ________/0 0 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
   dm 1801? Aug 26 at 56Y.  FMM EOAQGV3 P379

Esther Doughty 68
   bf 1789 Apr 05 to William Doughty 67 et ux Mary (nee Williams 67) Doughty

George Masters Doughty 68
   bm 1793 May 06 to William Doughty 67 et ux Mary (nee Williams 67) Doughty
   mf~1833 ___ __ Harriet Williams 68, judging from dismissal date and the dob
      of "Peggy" Ann, they married ~1833.
   bf 1805 Mar 21
   n. dis 1833 May 07
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R330 P068
      NY, Queens Co., Flushing ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 George Doughty __________/0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (George)_________________ 40-49MW
 (Harriet)________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 (Ann)____________________ 05-09FW
 (Mary)___________________ 00-04FW
 (Georgeanna)_____________ 00-04FW
      free colored in the 1840 Census: male 2 at 10-24, 1 at 24-36
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R582 P303B 26 771/882
      NY, Queens Co., Flushing
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 26, A. G. Silliman, Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 George Doughty             57M Farmer                10000NY
 Harriet                    44F                            NY
 Ann                        16F                            NY
 Mary                       14F                            NY
 Georgeanna                 11F                            NY
 Benjamin                    4M                            NY
 Mary Rhine                 24F                            IRE
 Samuel Doughty             46M Labour                     NY
 Eliza Amberman              9FB                           NY
 Thomas Howard              13MB                           NY
 Joshua Jenkins             12MB                           NY
 James Barzin               50MMLabour                     NY
   df 1871 Dec 09 at 66y8m29d interred Westbury. WBYMM EOAQGV3 P407
   dm 1873 Oct 22 at 80y5m16d interred Westbury. WBYMM EOAQGV3 P407
 with Harriet (nee Williams 68) Doughty
   Peggy Ann 69   Mary E 69      Georgeanna 69  Benjamin 69
   b1833          b1836          b1839          b1846

Peggy Ann Doughty 68
   bf~1797 ___ __ to William Doughty 67 et ux Mary (nee Williams 67) Doughty

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Alexander Doughty 68
   bm 1765 ___ __ to Bernard Doughty 67 et ux _ (nee Hicks 67) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Magdelena Bunker 68
   bf
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T_ B P78 Index P235
      New York, Dutchess Co., Clinton Town
                          16<16 Fe Fr S
 Alexander Doughty ______ 01 01 01 00 00
 (Alexander)______________16-$ MW
 (Magdalena)______________00-15MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93  R21 P110 L_  P122:1 N4691
      NY, Dutchess Co., Clinton
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Alexander Doughty       /02 00 00 01 01/01 00 00 01 00/0 0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 (Magdelena's father?)___ 45-$_MW
 (Alexander)_____________ 26-44MW
 (Magdelena)_____________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 (John B.)_______________ 00-09MW
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R30 P078
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Alexander Doughty ______/00 01 01 01 00/01 00 01 00 01/- - 3 3 9
 (Alexander)_____________ 26-44MW
 (Magdalena)_____________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 (John B.)_______________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 with Magdelena (nee Bunker 68) Doughty
   s 69           d 69           John B 69      d 69
   b179_          b179_          b1799          b180_

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Sarah Doughty 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 67 et ux Ruth

Charlotte Doughty 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 67 et ux Ruth
      Charlotte Doughty mm 1827 Mar 07 Cornelius Peters _. NYDCHRCMR.

Phebe Doughty 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 67 et ux Ruth
      Phoebe Doughty mm 1826 Feb 15 David Flagler _. NYDCHRCMR.

Mahala Doughty 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 67 et ux Ruth

Molly Doughty 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 67 et ux Ruth
      Mary Doughty mm 1825 Apr 13 Albert Flagler _ NYDCHRCMR.

Deborah Doughty 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 67 et ux Ruth

Ruth Doughty 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 67 et ux Ruth

Merium Doughty 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 67 et ux Ruth

Lucy Doughty 68
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 67 et ux Ruth

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Margaret Doughty 68
   bf 1772 May 16 to Charles Doughty 67 et ux Sarah (nee Dusenbery 67) Doughty
   df 1827 Nov 15 unmarried.

Mary Doughty 68
   bf 1773 Sep 16 to Charles Doughty 67 et ux Sarah (nee Dusenbery 67) Doughty
      Flushing, NY
   n. 1796 Oct 10 of Newcastle MM, Eng. (clear), a mariner.
   mm 1798 Mar 11 Joseph King 68, Flushing, NY NYMM Mary, dt Chas. & Sarah,
      Flushing; m 1798 Joseph King, N. Y.  EOAQGV3 P105. NYMM P193. His mother,
      Anni, deceased at time of marriage.
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph King 67 et ux Ann of Newcastle on Tyne
   n. British sea captain of Newcastle MM Eng. 1796 Dec 10 (clear), a mariner.
   n. I did have this to add to the other record. The Mary Doughty who married
      John King had children Samuel and Elizabeth. They made a request on
      1812,5,6.  DMS
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 Index P124-125 R80 P416 L14.
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Shrewsbury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joseph King, Capt.       /2 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R582 P308B L2 810/923
      NY, Queens Co., Flushing
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 29, A. G. Selliman, Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Joseph King                48M Horticulturist        20000NY
 Mary King                  77F                            NY
 Sarah Doughty              74F                            NY
 Mary A. Murry              47F                            NY
 Mary R.                    17F                            NY
 William R.                 12M                            NY       S
 Edward L.                  10M                            NY       S
 Mary Devon                 30F                            IRE
 Patrick Delunthy?          25M Laborer                    IRE
   n. Silas Hicks 63y lives next door, wife Sarah 58y
   n. Caroline recorded as daughter of John King et ux Mary.
 with Joseph King 68
   Charles 69     Caroline 69    Joseph 69
   b17981014      b1802          b18031202

Benjamin Doughty 68
   bm 1775 Mar 06 to Charles Doughty 67 et ux Sarah (nee Dusenbery 67) Doughty
   dm ____ ___ __ not married.

Charles Doughty 68
   bm 1777 Jul 24 to Charles Doughty 67 et ux Sarah (nee Dusenbery 67) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Lecky _ _
   bf 1777
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R104 P127 L_
      NY, Queens Co., Jamaica ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Charles Doughty _________/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R583 P277A L16 226/238
      NY, Queens Co., Jamaica
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 17, Jno. W. Demott, Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Charles Doughty            73M No                     1200NY
 Locky                      73F                            NY
 Susan Reeves               33F                            NY

Sarah Doughty 68
   bf 1780 Oct 22 to Charles Doughty 67 et ux Sarah (nee Dusenbery 67) Doughty
   n. 1850 Census with sister Mary (nee Doughty 68) King.  Sarah's birthday?
      Age is 74 in this census. EAD gives stated birthdate.
   df 1851 Nov 07 by maiden name.

Hannah Doughty 68
   bf 1782 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 67 et ux Sarah (nee Dusenbery 67) Doughty
   df ____ ___ __ not married.
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George S. Doughty 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 68 with Sarah (nee _ 68) Doughty
   n. General according to Bolton's History of Westchester Co., NY
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R78 P082 L_   recheck for females
      NY, New York Co., 9th Ward Unnatur  __ Agri __ Comm 01 Manu __
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 George S. Doughty_______/00 00 00 00 01 __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R97 P382 L_
      NY, New York Co., NYC 9th ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 George S. Doughty _______/0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   n. 1838 NYCD George S. Doughty, Merchant, 90 Pearl, h. 9 Clinton Place   dms
   n. 1838 NYCD Doughty, Dibbles & Co., 90 Pearl   dms
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R_ P214
      NY, New York Co., New York ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 George S. _______________/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R288 P316
      NY, Gree Co., Catskill ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 George S. Doughty _______/2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   n. the 1840 Census index has George L. Doughty.  The Census indicates S.
      Nevertheless, this may be a different George, or maybe a vacation home in
      the Catskills away from NYC.
 with _ (_ 68) Doughty

Nancy Doughty 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee _ 68) Doughty

James J. Doughty 69
   bm 1780 Oct 11 to John Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee _ 68) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Rachael Jimerson 68
   bf 1782 Oct 09
   dm 1844 May 25
   n. link construction from John Douglas Lamb through Doughty Tree.
 with Rachael (nee Jimerson 68) Doughty
   Epenetus 70
   b18200717

Albert H. Doughty 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee _ 68) Doughty

John Doughty 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee _ 68) Doughty

Epenetus Doughty 69
   bm~1794 ___ __ to John Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee _ 68) Doughty
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R78 P105 L_
      NY, New York Co., 9th Ward Unnatur  __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu 01
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Epenetus Doughty _______/01 00 00 03 00 00/01 00 01 00 00/__ __ _____________
   n. Birth of the Bravest - A. E. Costello - Google.
      Epenetus Douthgy, 126th Street (Harlem), Engine 49 - 1826, NYCFD.
   n. had a s-i-l R. H. Hinsdale 131 E. 55th St., NYC.; a son Edward or E. D.
      Doughty who mf ____ ___ __ Cornelia; a dau Emma Corinne who lived in
      Orange, Rockland Co., NY
   dm 1871 Dec 29 at 78y in NYC.
 with
   _ 70           Edward 70      Emma 70
   b              b              b

Sarah Doughty 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee _ 68) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Thomas Brass 69

Isaac Doughty 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee _ 68) Doughty
      in Rye, Westchester Co., NY
   mf ____ ___ __ Lavinia Brown 69
   bf 176_
   n. 1792 Isaac Doty of Rye, house carpenter made a purchase there and soon
      after removed to NYC - EAD.
   wm 1802 May 21 gives property to his widow, daughters and in case of their
      death to his brother Ebenezer Doughty and half brother Ezekiel Bishop.
   dm 1802 ___ __ in NYC.
      1802 Jul 26 will proved.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R97 P065 L_
      NY, New York Co., NYC 7th ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Lavinia Doughty _________/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69FW
   df 1833 Jan
 with Lavinia (nee Brown 69) Doughty
   Deborah B 70
   b

Letitia Doughty 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee _ 68) Doughty
   n. probably not married.

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Charles J. Doughty 69
   bm 1784 ___ __ to John Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee Doughty 68) Doughty
      probably in Brooklyn, NY - EAD.
   n. 1814 Sep 24 commissioned Lieutenant in Capt. Dean's Company, Brooklyn.
   n. Graduated Yale, Principal attorney of Brooklyn for a time, and clerk
      of the Board of Trustees for several years.  Said to have been largly
      instrumental in procuring the passage of the emancipation act by which
      Negro slavery was abolished in New York State.  On the anniversary of
      Emancipation Day the colored people were accustomed to call at Mr.
      Doughty's house with chickens, turkeys, and other gifts to testify their
      respect.  He is said to have drawn up the charter of the City of Brooklyn.
      Though the family had been Quakers he became convinced of the truth of the
      claims of Emanuel Swedenborg and braving public opinion he turned to
      Swedenborgian.  The subject of much opposition, losing friends and legal
      practice, he was undaunted, organizing a society of Swedenborgians in NYC
      and became the Pastor for 30 years.  His memory is revered as the founder
      of the denomination in NY. EAD P362 (Hoff)
      Johnny Appleseed (Chapman) was also Swedenborgian.
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R64 P163 L_
      NY, Kings Co., Brooklyn, Massau St. Unnatur  __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Charles J. Doughty _____/01 00 00 00 01 __/02 00 02 02 __/__ __ _____________
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R112 P256 L_ adjacent to John
      NY, Kings Co., Brooklyn, 2nd Ward, Fulton St.,  ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Charles J. Doughty ______/2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 (Charles)________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 (John)___________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   n. 1838 NYCD Rev. Charles J. Doughty, 24 Howard St.   dms
   dm 1844
   n. EAD says there were other children than Charles, John & Mary.
 with
   Charles J 70   John 70        Mary C 70
   b1820          b1825          b

John S. Doughty 69
   bm 1786 ___ __ to John Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee Doughty 68) Doughty
   n. President of Bank, Brooklyn, NY.
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R64 P155 L_
      NY, Kings Co., Brooklyn, Fulton St. Unnatur  __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 John S. Doughty ________/01 00 00 00 01 __/02 00 02 02 __/__ __ _____________
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R112 P266 L_
      NY, Kings Co., Brooklyn, 2nd Ward, Stone St.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John S. Doughty _________/1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 (John S.)________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R289 P390
      NY, Kings Co., Brooklyn, 2nd Ward ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John S. Doughty _________/0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 2 0 0 2 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 (John S.)________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R517 P081 L29 61/113
      NY, Kings Co., Brooklyn, 2nd Ward.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 09, John R. _, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John S. Doughty            60M Cash'r Atlantic Bank       NY
 Mary M.                    55F                            NY
 Thomas A.                  24M Music Store                NY
 George T.                  10M                            NY
 Mary P. Miller             81F                            Florida
 Mary M. Daffida            58F                            ENG
 Mary E. Evert..            58F                            NY
 Sarah H. Nichols           52F                            NY
 Ruth Doughty               25F                            NY
 Margaret Higgins           24F                            Ireland
 Catherine ....             22F                            Ireland

Mary E. Doughty 69
   bf 1792 ___ __ to John Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee Doughty 68) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Thomas Everett 69 of Brooklyn, NY
   bm 1784 ___ __
   dm<1850
   n. with brother John S. in 1850 Census.
   df>1850

Elias Doughty 69
   bm 1790 ___ __ to John Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee Doughty 68) Doughty

Robert Doughty 69
   bm 1792 ___ __ to John Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee Doughty 68) Doughty

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George Doughty 69
   bm ____ ___ __ Isaiah Doughty 68 et ux Peggy (nee Clover 68) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Martha Verity 69
 with Martha (nee Verity 69) Doughty had children - EAD.

Mary Doughty 69
   bf 1772 Oct 01 Isaiah Doughty 68 et ux Peggy (nee Clover 68) Doughty, Alt.
      DOB 17721101.
   mm 1792 Feb 05 Daniel Deth Abrams 69 he of Hemstead, she of S. Hempstead
       LDSR0017693 P37. 1793 Feb 05 St. Georges Church, Hempstead, NY.
   bm 1772 Feb 02 to Daniel Abrams 68 et ux Sarah (nee Combs 68)
   dm 1839 Nov 23 and interred Rockville Cemetary, #1120.
   df 1842 Dec 03 and interred Rockville Cemetery, #1121.
   n. Note: an Isaiah Doughty bm~1790 mf 18101103 Catherine Abrams bf17940526
      df 18830814 of John Abrams bm~1768 dm Lawrence, NY mf~1793 Rachel
      df 18570317 in Lawrence, NY interred Lawrence Cemetery, Lawrence, NY.
   n. See http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~abramsc/Eardeley_new/fam00067.htm
 with Daniel Abrams 69 had children - EAD.
   Sarah Ann 70   Cornwell 70    Daniel 70      Margaret 70    Catherine 70
   b17931230      ~1795          ~1797          b1800          ~1802
   Elizabeth 70   Nancy 70       Jemima 70      Lewis S 70     Alexander 70
   b18041124      b18070323      b18090124      b18120218      b18160816

Ismond Doughty 69
   bm ____ ___ __ Isaiah Doughty 68 et ux Peggy (nee Clover 68) Doughty

Elizabeth Doughty 69
   bm ____ ___ __ Isaiah Doughty 68 et ux Peggy (nee Clover 68) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ James Langdon 69
 with James Langdon 69 had children - EAD.

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Jacob Doughty 69
   bm 1772 Jul 13 to George Doughty 68 et ux Abigail (nee Doxey 68) Doughty
   mf 1795 Jun 01 Abigail Cornell 69
   bf 1775 ___ __ to Comfort Cornell 68 et ux Elizabeth (nee Embree 68) Cornell.
      Elizabeth was daughter of John Embree and Elizabeth (nee Lawrence) and
      granddaughter of John Embree and Sarah (nee Doughty). EAD P353 Hoff
      EAD is not sure this Jacob refers to son of George Doughty et ux A. Doxey
   dm 1798
   mm ____ ___ __ Israel Corse 69
   df
   mf ____ ___ __ Bernetti Hegeman 69 not in EAD.
 with Abigail (nee Cornell 69) Doughty
   Sally T 70     Betsy C 70     Jacob 70
   b1796          b1797          b1798
 with Bernetti (nee Hegeman 69) Corse
   Nelly 70       Elizabeth 70   Abigail 70     Mary 70
   b              b              b              b

Sarah Ann Doughty 69
   bf 1766 ___ __ to George Doughty 68 et ux Abigail (nee Doxey 68) Doughty

Samuel Doughty 69
   bm 1767 Feb 19 to George Doughty 68 et ux Abigail (nee Doxey 68) Doughty
      in Long Island, Queens Co., NY.
   n. much of this line obtained from William C. Doughty of NY 2000 Sep 25 rwc.
   mf 1787 Mar 01 Hannah Tatterson 69 by Rev. Joseph Hartt, Smithtown, NY at
      the Presbyterian Church.
   bf~1767 ___ __
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93  R21 P285. P285:1 N11309
      NY, Orange Co., New Windsor
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Samuel Doughty          /01 01 00 01 00/03 01 00 01 00/0 0 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   df<1801
   mf 1802 Mar 01 Elizabeth Nelson 69 in NY, Orange Co., New Windsor.
   bf 1786 Sep 19 to Henry Nelson 68 et ux Sibble (nee Smith 68) Nelson in NY,
      Orange Co., New Windsor, he a Lieutenant bm 1754 in MA, Sibble df 1795 NY.
      A real daughter of the revolution and 6th generation from the Mayflower, a
      descendant of Henry Samson (per Lew Doughty 1899/08/18 letter to WCD. Some
      conflicting information 2002/03 father was Josiah and gf was Henry, both
      of whom were Minutemen who fought at the battle of Lexington - 2007/10 WCD
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R78 P222 L_
      NY, Queens Co., No. Twp. L Unnatur  __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Samuel Doughty _________/02 01 00 00 00 01/02 01 00 01 __/__ __ _____________
 (Samuel)________________ 45-$_MW
 (Elizabeth)_____________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R104 P089 L_
      NY, Queens Co., S. Hampst ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Samuel Doughty __________/1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Samuel)_________________ 60-69MW
 (Elizabeth)______________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   dm 1833 Mar 10 in Far Rockaway, Nassau Co., NY. Interred in the churchyard of
      the Lawrenceville Methodist Episcopal Church (1831) about five miles from
      JFK.
   df 1859 May 15 in Maxville, Buffalo, WI.
 with Hannah (nee Tatterson 69) Doughty
   Asa 70         Sarah 70       Samuel 70      Rachel 70      Betsy 70
   b178_          b178_          b179_          b179           b179_
   Abigail 70     Benjamin 70
   b179           b
 with Elizabeth (nee Nelson 69) Doughty
   Henry N 70     Mary Jane 70   Edward 70      Sibble 70      Samuel 70
   b18031208      b1804          b18070319      b1808          b1809
   Hannah 70      Marcus 70      Calvin 70      Alice 70       Samuel 70
   b18110302      b1812          b1813          b18150212      b18160921
   John D 70      Asa Byram 70   Esther 70
   b18230314      b              b1827

Jane Doughty 69
   bf 1769 ___ __ to George Doughty 68 et ux Abigail (nee Doxey 68) Doughty

Rachel Doughty 69
   bf 1772 ___ __ to George Doughty 68 et ux Abigail (nee Doxey 68) Doughty
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Hannah Doughty 69
   bf ____ ___ __ James Doughty 68 with Elizabeth (nee Smith 68) Doughty

Caroline Doughty 69
   bf ____ ___ __ James Doughty 68 with Elizabeth (nee Smith 68) Doughty
   mm 1783 Nov 19 John Peacock 69 NYMR V40 P123 - may be wrong pair.

James Doughty 69
   bf ____ ___ __ James Doughty 68 with Elizabeth (nee Smith 68) Doughty

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Thomas E. Doughty 69
   bm 1785 Dec 26 to Elias Doughty 68 et ux Elizabeth (nee Roe 68) Doughty
      only son.
   mf 1813 Dec 1[49] Elizabeth Miller 69, in Beekman Twp.
   bf 1792
   n. He had several sisters whose names I do not know. Karen Megerle provided
      much help on this line.
   n. Between 1827 and 29 they moved to Cayuga County near Auburn, N.Y.  They
      had no daughters, but four boys, two of whom were Charles and Thomas E.
      Jr.  I think the others were John and George but I am not sure.
      Elizabeth Miller 1868 Nov. 26 in Cayuga Co, NY Wapperings Creek
      Presbyterian)  -  Karen Megerle.
      Parents of:
       Thomas E. Doughty Jr.
       Charles Doughty
       John Doughty
       George Doughty
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R71 P017 L_, Index says Thomas C. - it isn't!
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman Unnatur  __ Agri 02 Comm __ Manu 01
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Thomas E. Doughty ______/03 01 00 00 01 01/00 00 00 01 01/__ __ _____________
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R88 P352 L_
      NY, Cayuga Co., Venice ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas E. Doughty _______/0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R269 P127
      NY, Cayuga Co., Venice ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas E. Doughty _______/0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
   n. note Elias Doty on same 1840 page.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R269 P127
      NY, Cayuga Co., Venice ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Elias Doty ______________/1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R483 P031B L3 221/224
      NY, Cayuga Co., Venice
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 05, K. Bailey, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Thomas E. Doughty          63  Farmer                 4500NY
 Elizabeth                  58F                            NY
 John T.                    15M Farming                    NY       S
   dm 1862 Oct 15 at 76.10.20 in Cayuga Co., NY and interred Venice Center
      Cemetery, Town of Venice #246
   df 1868 Nov 26 at 77Y in Cayuga Co., NY and interred Venice Center Cemetery,
      Town of Venice #246.
 with Elizabeth (nee Miller 69) Doughty
   Thomas E 70    Charles 70     George
   b              b1815          b18170304

Getty Doughty _
   bm 178_ ___ __ to
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R269 P164
      NY, Cayuga Co., Fleming ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Getty Doughty ___________/0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW

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Joseph Doughty 69
   bm ____ ___ __ Elias Doughty 68 et ux Martha (nee Thorne 68) Doughty

John Doughty 69
   bm ____ ___ __ Elias Doughty 68 et ux Martha (nee Thorne 68) Doughty
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William Doughty 69
   bm ____ ___ __ Elias Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee Woodward 68) Doughty

Gilbert P. Doughty 69
   bm>1790 ___ __ Elias Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee Woodward 68) Doughty
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R104 P441 L_
      NY, Dutchess Co., Washington Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Gilbert P. Doughty ______/0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW

Elias Doughty 69
   bm ____ ___ __ Elias Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee Woodward 68) Doughty

Elias C. Doughty _
   bm 1814 to the Gilbert connection?
   mf<1837 ___ __ Phoebe _ _
   bf 1814
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R553 P022A L25 199/251
      NY, New York Co., NYC 16th Ward, 3rd District
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 27, J. T. Covenhoven, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Elias C. Doughty           36M Shoemaker                  NY
 Phoebe                     36F                            NY
 Gilbert                    13M                            NY
 Josephine                  11F                            NY
 Leonora Helt               10F                            NY

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Elias Doughty 69
   bm 1770 Apr 05 to Elias Doughty 68 et ux
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Babcock 69
   bf 1771 Sep 25 to to John Badcock 68 et ux Christina (nee King 68) Badcock.
   n. History of Glo., Salem & Cumberland Co, p552
   n. farmer from Atlantic Co., moved near Bridgeton, NJ
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R056 P104
      PA, Phila, W. Southwark Other:  free____  slaves____
 Name                     <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Elias Doughty ___________/05 01 00 00 01/01 00 01 01 00/__ __ _____________
 (Elias)__________________ 45-$_MW
 (Mary)___________________ 26-44FW
 (Sarah)__________________ 16-25FW
 (Enoch)__________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 (Miriam)_________________ 00-09FW
 (John)___________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 (Richard)________________ 00-09MW
   n. 1798 Jobs Poynt Store, Constant Somers Ledger Book C.   20090711 GJB76
      P80 Christianna Badcock, Mill Defiance Ledger B carried over,
      to amt of Elias Doughty  45.1.8 1/2
      P89 Elias Doughty, Twice he assumed debts of Badcock, "Rent on Mill
      Defiance"
   n. http://www.njpinelandsanddownjersey.com/ .   20090711 RWC
      Defiance Mill: Appears to have been on Canute Branch of Manumuskin Creek
      in Maurice River. See description of land of Wesley Budd (Cumberland
      Tract) advertised for sale in Washington Whig, 1820 Mar 06.
   n. 1811 Philadelphia City Directory.  Blacksmith, 42 George St.
   n. Isn't it strange that Elias bought out the blacksmith at the Millville
      glassworks? Thomas Corson was not a free-lancer apparently, since he
      wasn't listed under "Blacksmiths," but under "Glassworkers" with a word
      after his name to indicate his profession. This strengthens the Elias-in
      -Philadelphia theory. Thomas Corson shows as a blacksmith in Millville in
      the 1850, 1860, 1870, and 1880 census, the last at age 67. There is no
      doubt that he was a blacksmith. His sons George W., Thomas H., and
      Jeremiah were glassblowers, influenced, no doubt, by their growing up in
      Schetterville.  Glenn - GJB 2000 Jan 17
      Great, but who are all those other entries? A deceased sibling's children?
   ld 1816 Mar 02 NJ_CuCDR B_29 P_180  Rec. 1816 Mar 29.
      Grantor: Hosea Moore and Mary More of Deerfield Twp.
      Grantee: Elias Doughty of Deerfield Twp.
      Transaction: $160.00 by William Stoollings(?). 2 acres "strict measure"
      [no highway allowance]. Doughty was to fence the boundary.
      Description: N10.5W 19P; S88.5E 17P; S10.5E 19P; N88.5W 17P containing 2
      acres.
   ld 1819 Mar 16 NJ_CuCDR B_35 P510
      Grantor: Elias & Mary Doughty of Deerfield Twp.
      Grantee: Hosea Moore of Deerfield Twp.
      Transaction: 2 acres for $180.
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R ___ P99
      PA, Bucks. Co.,  Unnatur  __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __
 Name                     <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Elias Doughty ___________/02 00 00 00 01 00/00 00 00 01 00/__ __ _____________
 (Elias) _________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
   dm 1823 May 20 at 53y interred Central United Methodist Church cemetery,
      147 E. Commerce St., R3 L70 G450, Bridgeton, NJ. Lot is in central portion
      of the cemetery and is photographed.  1998 Mar.
      "Reader prepare to meet they God ...   ... We ... a long
      farewell."
   df 1851 Jan 01 at 82y interred Central United Methodist Church cemetery,
      147 E. Commerce St., R3 L70 G451, Bridgeton, NJ. Lot is in central portion
      of the cemetery and is photographed. 1998 Mar.
      "I shall have a part in the day of resurrection.  Dearest Mother thou hast
       .....   Here thou loss is deeply .....   But for God who
      hast borne ......"   also interred here is son Elias who dm 1827.
   n. note the gap between 1802 and 1810.
 with Mary (nee Babcock 69) Doughty. Charles E. Sheppard papers' birthdates.
   Isaiah 70      Sarah 70       Enoch 70       Miriam 70      John 70
   b17910221      b17940219      b17970716      b17991215      b18020820
   Richard 70     Elias 70       Mary 70
   b18100503      b18121117      b18151016

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dau Doughty 69
   bf~1787 ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 68 et ux Mary (nee Ricketson 68) Doughty
   n. May be Rhoda who married George Wilkinson at Hopewell like brother Joe.
      Rhoda Doughty mm 1824 Dec 01 George Wilkinson _. NYDCHRCMR.

son Doughty 69
   bm~1788 ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 68 et ux Mary (nee Ricketson 68) Doughty

Ricketson Doughty 69
   bm 1789 Sep 17 to Thomas Doughty 68 et ux Mary (nee Ricketson 68) Doughty
   dm 1831 Sep 17 at 40.11.17 (?) and interred NY, Dutchess Co., Apoquague
      Friends Burial Ground. NYDCAFBG

dau Doughty 69
   bf~1791 ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 68 et ux Mary (nee Ricketson 68) Doughty
   n. May be Phoebe who married David Flagler.
      Pheobe Doughty mm 1826 Feb 15 David Flagler _. Hopewell Marriage Records
      usgennet.org. Speculation by rwc75.

Meribeth Doughty 69
   bf 1793 Apr 01 to Thomas Doughty 68 et ux Mary (nee Ricketson 68) Doughty
   n. Mary Doughty mm 1825 Apr 13 Albert Flagler. Speculation by rwc75.
      Hopewell Marriage Records.  usgennet.org.

Joseph T. Doughty _
   bm 1794 Dec 03 to Thomas Doughty 68 et ux Mary (nee Ricketson 68) Doughty
   n. matched to census dates by RWC 2001/6/3
   mf 1818 Oct 22 Elizabeth Brill _.  Hopewell Marriage Records.  usgennet.org.
   bf 1798 Aug 02 to John or David on same page n 1800 as F-I-L.  Henry I. Brill
       N447, but no eligible children can be Elizabeth.
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 R21 P016:1 N442 L18.
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman
 Name                     <10 16 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 John Brill ______________/01 02 00 01 00/02 01 00 01 00/00 01 ____________
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 10-15FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 R21 P016:1 N446 L22.
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman
 Name                     <10 16 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 David Brill _____________/03 01 00 01 00/02 00 01 01 00/06 00 ____________
 _________________________ 26-44MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 10-15MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
 _________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R71 P017 L_
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman Unnatur  __ Agri 01 Comm __ Manu __
 Name                     <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Joseph Doughty __________/01 00 00 01 00 00/00 00 02 00 00/__ __ _____________
 _________________________ 18-25MW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 16-25FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R104 P187 L_
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joseph T. Doughty _______/1 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   dm 1833 Feb 13 at 38Y and interred NY, Dutchess Co., Apoquague Friends Burial
      Ground. NYDCAFBG
   df 1858 Dec 10 at 60.4.8 and interred NY, Dutchess Co., Apoquague Friends
      Burial Ground. NYDCAFBG

George W. Doughty 69
   bm 1794 Dec 03 to Thomas Doughty 68 et ux Mary (nee Ricketson 68) Doughty
      in Green Haven, Dutchess Co., NY. From WCD 2001/06/03
   mf 1825 Jan 19 Emaline Storm 69. NYDCHRCMR.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R104 P187 L_
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 George W. Doughty _______/3 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R297 P035
      NY, Monroe Co., Henrieti ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 George W. Doughty _______/3 3 2 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

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David S. Doughty 69
   bm 1786 ___ __ to Joseph Doughty 68 with Experience (nee Allen 68) Doughty
   mf~1815 ___ __ Betsy Thompson 69
   bf~1790 ___ __ in NY.
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R77 P098 L_
      NY, New York Co., 3rd Ward Unnatur  __ Agri __ Comm 01 Manu __
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 David S. Doughty _______/03 01 00 00 01 __/00 00 00 01 __/__ __ _____________
   n. next door is Abraham King 000111/01101
   n. From the name of the son Ezra Thompson Doughty, the following seems
      pertinent:
   dm 1822
 with Betsey (nee Thompson 69) Doughty
   Ezra T 70      Samuel G 70
   ~1811          ~1818
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Elizabeth Doughty _
   bf 1794 ___ __ to Martin Doughty 68 et ux Lydia (nee Collins 68) Doughty

Platt R. Doughty 69
   bm 1796 ___ __ to Martin Doughty 68 et ux Lydia (nee Collins 68) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Phebe _ 69,
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R108 P145 L_
      NY, Saratoga Co., Clifton Park ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Platt R. Doughty ________/0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R336 P205 L26
      NY, Saratoga Co., Half Moo ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Plate R. Doughty ________/1 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   n. Platt Smith is neighbor in 1840 Census.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R592 P042A L20 139/148
      NY, Saratoga Co., Half_Moon
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 13, Moses Clements, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Platt Doughty              54M Farmer                 4700NY
 Phebe                      47F                            NY
 Collins                    22M Farmer                     NY
 Mary                       20F                            NY       S
 Hellen                     17F                            NY       S
 Martha                     12F                            NY       S
 Lucius                      8M                            NY       S
 Cary                        6M                            NY       S
 Lydia                       2F                            NY
   n. Platt R. lived in Smithtown, Saratoga Co., NY.
   n. many Smith neighbors in the 1850 Census, including Platt Smith on the same
      page.
 with Phebe
   Collins 70     Mary 70        Hellen 70      Martha 70      Lucius 70
   b1828          b1830          b1833          b1838          b1842
   Cary 70        Lydia 70
   b1844          b1848

George Doughty 69
   bm 1806 ___ __ to Martin Doughty 68 et ux Lydia (nee Collins 68) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Marg _ 69
   n. George   lived in Smithtown, Saratoga Co., NY.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R592 P041A L11 123/131
      NY, Saratoga Co., Half_Moon
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 12, Moses Clements, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 George Doughty             44M Farmer                     NY
 Marg                       33F                            NY
 Lydia                      77F                            NY
 Mary                        5F                            ENG      S

Caroline Doughty 69
   bf 1807 ___ __ to Martin Doughty 68 et ux Lydia (nee Collins 68) Doughty
   mm~1834 ___ __ Walter Merchant 69
   bm 1807
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R473 P216 L29 579/847
      NY, Albany Co., Albany_4
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 31, John ........., Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Walter Merchant            43M Grain dealer               GER
 Caroline                   43F                            NY
 Harriet                    10F                            NY
 Elizabeth Doughty          56F                            NY       S
   dm~1896
   df~1900

Abram Doughty 69
   bm~1808 ___ __ to Martin Doughty 68 et ux Lydia (nee Collins 68) Doughty
   mf~1826 ___ __ Eunice Reynolds 69
   bf 1808 Dec 27
   df 1826 Feb 01
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R336 P202
      NY, Saratoga Co., Half Moo ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Ab^m Doughty ____________/2 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Jack Darling Doughty 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to Martin Doughty 68 et ux Lydia (nee Collins 68) Doughty
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R264 P371
      NY, Alba Co., Albany, 4th Ward ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 J. D. Doughty____________/0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW

Sichy Doughty 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to Martin Doughty 68 et ux Lydia (nee Collins 68) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Sherman 69
   n. note Henry & Amy H. Sherman in Apoquague Friends Burial Ground. NYDCAFBG
   n. http://schenectadyhistory.org/cemeteries/vale/luckhurst1c.html    lists
      Hugh Sherman, b. 1800 July 7, d. 1888 April 9.
      Catharine Doughty, his w., b. 1799 April 6 d. 1876 May 21.
      (Rhoda R. 1848-1864. a. 16/10/8/) Children of Hugh & Catharine Sherman.
      (Martin, 1827-1906.)
      (Henry, 1823-1916.)

Betsey Doughty 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to Martin Doughty 68 et ux Lydia (nee Collins 68) Doughty
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Catherine V. Doughty 69
   bf 1791 May 01 to William Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee VanWyck 68) Doughty

Phoebe Doughty 69
   bf 1803 Aug 18 to William Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee VanWyck 68) Doughty

John J. Doughty 69
   bm 1807 Apr 12 to William Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee VanWyck 68) Doughty
      John J. Doughty mf 1836 Oct 12 Mrs. Doughty _. NYDCHRCMR.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R278 P289
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John J. Doughty _________/1 0 0 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0/1 1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   dm 1848 Dec 11 and interred NY, Dutchess Co., Apoquague Friends Burial
      Ground. NYDCAFBG

Psyche Doughty 69
   bf 1809 Jul 09 to William Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee VanWyck 68) Doughty

William Doughty 69
   bm 1811 Jun 07 to William Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee VanWyck 68) Doughty
   mf 1839 Sep 01 Jane F. Brock 69. NYDCHRCMR.
   bf 1822 ___ __ to
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R496 P277 L9 207/207
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 26, Wm Hedden, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William Doughty            38M Farmer                 5900NY
 Jane                       27F                            NY
 Charles                     9M                            NY
 Walter                      7M                            NY
 Edgar                       3M                            NY
 Lorenzo Dinger             22M Laborer                    NY
   df 1874 Dec 17 at 53Y and interred Hopewell Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery.
   dm 1893 Jun 01 at 82Y and interred Hopewell Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery.
   n. Dutchess County Tombstone Inscriptions
         Hopewell Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery
         80 Beekman Road, Hopewell Junction, NY 12533 Town of East Fishkill
      BROCK (Transcription by Judy Wolf)
      Large Oblisk
      Side 1
      /William Brock/1790-1858/Caroline/His Wife/1795-1878/
      Side 2
      /Catherine Caroline Brock/1840-1827/
      Footstones:
      1) C.C. B.
      2) /Caroline/Wife of/Wm. Brock/Died/Nov.13, 1878/In her 84th year/of her
      age/
      3) /William/Died May 22, 1858/In his 69th Year/
      DOUGHTY (Transcription by Judy Wolf)
      This is another Oblisk stone identical To the Brock stone above and
      adjacent to it.
      Side 1
      /William Doughty/1811-1893/Jane F. Brock, His Wife/1822-1874/Edgar-Son/
      1847-1865/
      Side 2
      /Christopher B. Doughty/1871-1905/
      Side 3
      /Charles Doughty/1841-1864/Mary E. Brown, His Wife/1843-1919/Morton B.
      Doughty, Their Son/1868-1923/
      Side 4
      /Walter Doughty/1843-1916/Ettie Farrington , His Wife/1842-1905/
      Footstones:
      1) Edgar/(very worn hard to read-seems to say) Son of Wm. & ?????/Died
      Sept 16?, 1865/In His 18th Year/
      2) Mother/Jane F./Wife of Wm. Doughty/Died Dec. 17, 1871/In her 53rd yr/
      3) /Father/ William Doughty/Died June 1, 1893/aged 82 yrs/
      4) /Walter/ Walter Doughty/1843-1916/
 with Jane F. (nee Brock 69) Doughty
   Charles 70     Walter 70      Edgar 70
   b1841          b1843          b1847

Sarah Doughty 69
   bf 1813 Jun 22 to William Doughty 68 et ux Sarah (nee VanWyck 68) Doughty

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George Toffey Doughty 69
   bm 1816 Oct 06 to William Doughty 68 with Sarah (nee VanWyck 68) Doughty
   n. Farmer and general businessman who lived in Green Haven, NY
   mf 1836 Dec 14 Elizabeth VanBenschoten 69
   bf 1820 Sep 24 to a very old Dutch, New York family which is traced in:
      William Henry Van Benschten "Concerning the Van Bunschoten or Ban
      Benschoten Family in America, a Genealogy and Brief History," Westpark on
      Hudson, 1907)
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R278 P295
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 George T. Doughty _______/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   df 1843 May 17
   mf ____ ___ __ Phebe H _ 69
   n. George S. Doughty _ there seems to be a problem here, is the middle name
      Toffee or one starting with S?
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R496 P277B L14 218/218
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 25, Wm Hedden, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 George S. Doughty          33M Farmer                 4000NY
 Phebe H.                   28F                            NY
 Mariah G.                  11F                            NY       S
 William H.                 10F                            NY       S
 Edward                      8F                            NY       S
 Frederick VanWaggoner      36M Laborer                    NY
   n. see Margaret VanWaggoner with Thomas S. Doty this Census.
   dm 1887 Jun 07
 with Elizabeth (nee VanBenschoten 69) Doughty
   Mary G 70      William H 70   Edward 70
   b18381019      b18400301      b18420612

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Walter Gilbert Doughty 69
   bm 1813 Feb 05 to Jacob Doughty 68 et ux Phebe (nee Collins 68) Doughty
   dm 1816 Apr 21 at 3.2.16 and interred NY, Dutchess Co., Apoquague Friends
      Burial Ground. NYDCAFBG

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Peter D. Doughty 69
   bm 1807 ___ __ to Nehemiah Doughty 68 et ux Catherine (nee Dennis 68) Doughty
   n. obvious grandson of Syche
   mf ____ ___ __ Emma _ 69
   bf 1809
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R496 P269B L38 87/89
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 15, Wm Hedden, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Peter D. Doughty           43M Farmer                13000NY
 Emma                       41F                            NY
 Syche                      2_F                            NY
 Isaac                      18M                            NY
 Mary Cary                  13F                            NY
 Sarah Doughty              __F                            NY
 Frederick                   7M                            NY
 Catherine                   4F                            NY
 James Ule                  48M Laborer                    NY
 Leon Whiting               20M                            NY
 Delia Baker                15F                            NY
 Thomas Doughty             31M Farmer                 1500NY

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Samuel Morris Doughty 69
   bm~1777 ___ __ to Christopher Doughty 68 et ux Margaret (nee Morris 68)
      Doughty at Trenton, Mercer Co., N.J.
   n. History of Allegheny County, Penn. P99.
      Second street, above Market. Samuel Doughty, et al.

Robert Morris Doughty 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to Christopher Doughty 68 et ux Margaret (nee Morris 68)
      Doughty at Trenton, Mercer Co., N.J.

John Morris Doughty 69
   bm~1783 ___ __ to Christopher Doughty 68 et ux Margaret (nee Morris 68)
      Doughty at Trenton, Mercer Co., N.J.
   n. History of Allegheny County, Penn. P99.
      Second street, between Mill and Market. John Doughty, et al.
   n. 2004/06/13 Wanda Thacker's line and some descendant data from her.
   mf ____ ___ __ Phoebe Compton 69
   bf~1787 ___ __ in Trenton, Mercer Co., NJ.
   df 1836
   dm 1853
 with Phoebe (nee Compton 69)
   Mary Jane 70   Isaac W 70
   b18260722      b18280328

Lewis Doughty 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to Christopher Doughty 68 et ux Margaret (nee Morris 68)
      Doughty at Trenton, Mercer Co., N.J.

Mary Ann Doughty 69
   bf 1786 Jul 24 to Christopher Doughty 68 et ux Margaret (nee Morris 68)
      Doughty in Trenton, NJ
   mm ____ ___ __ Aaron Sutton 69 in Elizabethtown, PA 1804 Jun 07
   bm 1785
   dm 1827 Feb 03
   df 1868 Feb 25 interred Bellefontaine Cemetery, St. Louis, MO 1868 Feb 03.
   n. James Morris Sutton 70 mf Eliza Van Norman; Margaret Morris Sutton 70 mm
      _ Bastian; Priscilla Morris Sutton 70 mm _ Robards
 with Aaron Sutton 69
   b1806          b              b              b              b

Charles Morris Doughty 69
   bm 1791 Jul 17 to Christopher Doughty 68 et ux Margaret (nee Morris 68)
      Doughty at Wiley's Ferry, Allegheny, PA
   mf 1812 Aug 19 Mary McDowell 69 by Rev. John Taylor at Trinity
      Episcopal Church, Pittsburg, PA.
      Rev. John Taylor, The First Rector of Trinity Episcopal Church of
      Pittsburgh and His Commonplace Book, P3
      P22 Mr. Charles M. Doughty to Miss Polly Anne McDowel.
   bf 1795 Nov 07 to William McDowell 68 et ux Mary (nee Cummings 68) McDowell
      in Maryland.
   n. Charles owned steamboats and lumber mills on the Ohio, Mississippi and Red
      Rivers and for a time the family lived in Newport, KY  ILD
   dm 1847 Feb 19 in DeBastrop, Drew Co., Arkansas.
   df 1849 Aug 16 at Newport, KY.
 with Mary (nee McDowell 69) Doughty
   Harriet A 70   Margaret E 70  Charles L 70   William M 70
   b1814          b1816          b1818          b18191101

Elizabeth Carman Doughty 69
   bf 1793 Nov 18 to Christopher Doughty 68 et ux Margaret (nee Morris 68)
      Doughty at Pittsburg, Allegheny Co., PA.
   mm ____ ___ __ James Benny 69 in Trinity Episcopal Church, Pittsburg, PA
   bm 1795 Mar 12 to _ Benny 68 et ux _ (nee _ 68) Benny in Chartiers Creek, PA
   n. James, Sr. was a machine maker.
   df 1852 Jun 12 interred Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburgh, PA
   dm 1868 Oct 19 interred Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburgh, PA
   n. Priscilla Carman Benny 70 bf in Pittsburg mm 1839 Apr 10 Francis Sellers
      bm 18170420 Hillsboro, MD; df 19080220 dm 18480120 both interred Allegheny
      Cemetery, Pittsburg, PA
   n. Sarah Jane Benny 70 mm William F. Lauck 70, Rev. df 19070123. They had a
      daughter bf in Cadiz, OH DAR 17879 who mm Franklin Howell Agnew 71
   n. Elizabeth Doughty Benny 70 mm James Littell 70 and had a daughter
      Gertrude Littell 71 DAR #20674 mm Samuel Dinsmore Hubley 71
   n. Mary Frances Doughty 70 mm 18590908 William Henry Sellers df18960620
 with James Benny 69
   Priscilla C 70 Sarah J 70     James 70       Elizabeth D 70 Mary F 70
   b18180723      b1824          b1826          b              b1839

Nancy Doughty 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to Christopher Doughty 68 et ux Margaret (nee Morris 68)
      Doughty at Pittsburg, Allegheny Co., PA.
   mm ____ ___ __ James Wybrant 69

Benjamin Franklin Morris Doughty 69
   bm ____ ___ __ to Christopher Doughty 68 et ux Margaret (nee Morris 68)
      Doughty at Pittsburg, Allegheny Co., PA.
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Isaac Doughty 69
   bm 1782 Feb 19 to Linton Doughty 68 with Rachel (nee McCleese 68) Ashley
      Doughty probably in Monmouth Co., NJ per inscription on front page of his
      Bible which states "Isaac Doughty's Bible, a gift of Isaac Dennis - Isaac
      doughty was born on the 19th day of February in the year 1782."
   mf~1812 ___ __ Margaret Stout 69
   bf 1782 Nov 26
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R255 P308 L28
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Middletown Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Isaac Douty _____________/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R255 P308 L29
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Middletown Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Ann Williams ____________/0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R255 P308 L30
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Middletown Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas Seaman ___________/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
   df 1842 Jun 25
   dm 1855 Jan 05 headstones in Brown's Burying Ground, Locust, Monmouth Co., NJ
 with Margaret (nee Stout 69) Doughty
   Charles A 70   Mary S 70      Margaret F 70  Caroline E 70
   b18150709      b18161012      b18190406      b18240430

Rachel Doughty 69
   bf ____ ___ __ to Linton Doughty 68 with Rachel (nee McCleese 68) Ashley
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Uriah Sutton 69
   bm 1810

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Christopher Doughty 69
   bm 1804 ___ __ to John Doughty 68 et ux Elizabeth (nee Llewelyn 68) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Delia Ann Herbert 69
   bf 1811
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P_  R255 P278 L25.    wrong one??  rwc75
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Shrewsbury Twp.  ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Christopher Doughty _____/0 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
   dm 1872
 with Delia Ann (nee Herbert 69) Doughty
   John 70        Charles 70     David 70       Robert F 70    Mary 70
   b1831          b1832          b1846          b1848          b1849
   William 70     James 70
   b1849          b1852

John Doughty 69
   bm 1805 ___ __ to John Doughty 68 et ux Elizabeth (nee Llewelyn 68) Doughty

Robert Doughty 69
   bm 1809 ___ __ to John Doughty 68 et ux Elizabeth (nee Llewelyn 68) Doughty

Elizabeth Doughty 69
   bf 1811 ___ __ to John Doughty 68 et ux Elizabeth (nee Llewelyn 68) Doughty

Margaret Llewelyn Doughty 69
   bf 1813 ___ __ to John Doughty 68 et ux Elizabeth (nee Llewelyn 68) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ John Henry Chandler 69
 with John Henry Chandler 69
   William H 70   William O 70   Benjamin D 70  Robert 70      Margaret L 70
   b1838          b1840          b1844          b1846          b1850
   Charles W 70   Christopher 70
   b1851          b1854

Charles Doughty 69
   bm 1815 Mar 24 to John Doughty 68 et ux Elizabeth (nee Llewelyn 68) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Catherine Ann Wooley 69
   bf 1823 Feb 23 to Nathan Wooley 68 of Long Branch et ux Ann (nee Covert 69)
      Doughty
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R255 P284 L24
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Shrewsbury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Charles Doughty _________/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R255 P284 L23
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Shrewsbury Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Elisha White ____________/2 0 0 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 3 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R_ P023B L13 305/331
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Shrewsbury Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 24, Chas T. Flunry, Ass't Marshal, lousy writer
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Charles Doughty            36M Fisherman                  NJ
 Cath A     "               28F                            NJ
 ?m         "               10M                            NJ       S
 Buya       "                8M                            NJ       S
 Elizabeth  "                6F                            NJ       S
 Matilda    "                4F                            NJ
 W^m        "                3M                            NJ
 Emily      "                1F                            NJ
 ? Hendrick?                68M  ?                    4000NJ
   df 1869 Mar 18
   dm 1899 Jan 02
   n. 1823 Feb 23 LI, Yorkshire, W. Ryding, Gravesend, Court of Sessions -
      Stillwell, History & Genealogical Miscellaneous VV
 with Catherine Ann (nee Wooley 69) Doughty
   Nathan 70      Benjamin 70    Elizabeth A 70 Emily 70       Matilda 70
   b1840          b1845          b1842          b1843          b1845
   Charles E 70   William W 70   Johnny 70      Charles 70     John 70
   b1847          b1848          b1851          b1853          b1854
   Maria 70       Robert L 70    William B 70   Joseph W 70    John L 70
   b1855          b1857          b1860          b1861          b1862

Benjamin "Buya" Doughty 69
   bm 1817 ___ __ John Doughty 68 et ux Elizabeth (nee Llewelyn 68) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca H. Jones 69
   bf 1822
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R_ P022A L36 293/320
      NJ, Monmouth Co., Shrewsbury Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 23, Chas T. Flunry, Ass't Marshal, lousy writer
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Buya Doughty               34M Fisherman               800NJ
 Rebecca   "                26F                            NJ
 Elizbeth  "                 4F                            NJ       S
 Ellen     "                 2F                            NJ
 Richard   "                1mM                            NJ
 Wm Harris                   7M                            NJ
 Cornelius Billen?          40MB Laborer                   NJ
   dm 1896
   df 1910
 with Rebecca H. (nee Jones 69) Doughty
   Elizabeth 70   Ellen 70       Richard 70     Laura 70       Rebecca 70
   b1845          b1848          b1850          b1852          b1854
   Ernest 70      Mary 70        Lisa 70        Edward M 70    Grace 70
   b1856          b1858          b1859          b1859          b1860

Mary Ann Doughty 69
   bf 1820 ___ __ John Doughty 68 et ux Elizabeth (nee Llewelyn 68) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ James C. Scott 69
   bm 1813
   dm 1886
   df 1899
 with James C. Scott 69
   John Robert 69 James C 69     Champion 69    Susan D 69     DeWitt 69
   b1843          b1846          b1850          b1853          b1855
   Anna 69
   b1862

Martha Doughty 69
   bf 1822 ___ __ John Doughty 68 et ux Elizabeth (nee Llewelyn 68) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ John L. Bennett 69
   bm 1822
   dm 1881
 with John L. Bennett 69
   Charles L 69   Ellen E 69     Prudence A 69  Edward L 69    Dora 69
   b1848          b1850          b1852          b1854          b1857
   Henrietta 69   Sarah 69       William V 69
   b1858          b1858          b1860

Richard Doughty 69
   bm 1824 ___ __ John Doughty 68 et ux Elizabeth (nee Llewelyn 68) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah _ 69
   bf 1831
   df 1918
 with Hannah (nee _ 69) Doughty
   John R 70      Josephine 70   Mary A 70      Richard 70     Mary E 70
   b1851          b1852          b1854          b1856          b1861
   Albert 70      George B 70    Hannah M 70    Alithea H 70   Mary H 70
   b1862          b1863          b1864          b1867          b1870
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Arabella M. Doughty 69
   bf 1810 Apr 07 Robert H. Doughty 68 et ux Rebecca H. (nee Duryea 68) Doughty

William Nelson Doughty 69
   bm 1814 Jan 17 Robert H. Doughty 68 et ux Rebecca H. (nee Duryea 68) Doughty
   mf~1840 ___ __ Ann Rebecca _ 69
   bf 1816
   df 1850
   mf 1851 Jan 01 Alice Humber 69 in probably NY.
   bf 1829 Aug 17
   df 1860
   n. lived with her son Joseph at 71 Ave. D, NYC.
 with Alice (nee Humber 69) Doughty
   Duryea K 70    Benjamin F 70  William N 70   Mary E 70      Joseph 70
   b18520726      b18530807      b18541019      b18560426      b18570616
   Rebecca 70     Leonard 70
   b18590218      b1860

Joseph H. D. Doughty 69
   bm 1816 Dec 14 Robert H. Doughty 68 et ux Rebecca H. (nee Duryea 68) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ 69
   bf 1820
   dm 1849 Jul 23
 with Mary (nee _ 69) Doughty
   William N 70   Mary R 70
   b18430423      b18440510

Cornelius Duryea Doughty 69
   bm 1818 Jul 09 Robert H. Doughty 68 et ux Rebecca H. (nee Duryea 68) Doughty
   dm 58.3.10   longislandgenealogy.com/kristina/D3.html  pages overtyped.

Leonard Dove Doughty 69
   bm 1821 Mar 25 Robert H. Doughty 68 et ux Rebecca H. (nee Duryea 68) Doughty
   n. note the James F. Doughty bm 1848 to Leonard Doughty in NY dm 1920 Oct 13
      at 72Y, occupation carpenter, interred NJ, Camden, Evergreen Cem. CaCHS
 with
   James F 70
   b1848

Amanda Melvina Doughty 69
   bf 1823 Jun 16 Robert H. Doughty 68 et ux Rebecca H. (nee Duryea 68) Doughty
   df 1825 Mar 28

Mary Elizabeth Doughty 69
   bf 1827 Nov 17 Robert H. Doughty 68 et ux Rebecca H. (nee Duryea 68) Doughty
   n. 1850 census Jno D. Hogg                33M Painter                    Eng
                  Mary E.                    23F                            NY

Amanda Emily Doughty 69
   bf 1831 Jun 04 Robert H. Doughty 68 et ux Rebecca H. (nee Duryea 68) Doughty
   df 1834 Apr 01
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Benjamin J. Doughty 69
   bm 1822 ___ __ to Benjamin W. Doughty 68 et ux Ellen (nee _ 68) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Ann _ 69
   bf 1829
   n. 1850 Census with parents.
 with Mary Ann (nee _ 69) Doughty
   Mary Kate 70
   b1848

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Peggy Ann Doughty 69
   bf 1833 ___ __ George Doughty 68 et ux Harriet (nee Williams 68) Doughty

Mary Elizabeth Doughty 69
   bf 1836 ___ __ George Doughty 68 et ux Harriet (nee Williams 68) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Nicholas Hallock 69 WBYMM EOAQGV3 P408

Georgeanna Doughty 69
   bf 1839 ___ __ George Doughty 68 et ux Harriet (nee Williams 68) Doughty

Benjamin Doughty 69
   bm 1846 ___ __ George Doughty 68 et ux Harriet (nee Williams 68) Doughty

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Son Doughty 69
   bf 179_ ___ __ to Alexander Doughty 68 et ux Magdelena (nee Bunker 68)
      Doughty

Dau Doughty 69
   bm 179_ ___ __ to Alexander Doughty 68 et ux Magdelena (nee Bunker 68)
      Doughty

John Bunker Doughty 69
   bm 1799 ___ __ to Alexander Doughty 68 et ux Magdelena (nee Bunker 68)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Phebe VanVlack 69
 with Phebe nee (VanVlack 68) Doughty
   Thomas V 70    John Henry 70  Edgar V 70     Jane E 70
   b182407        b18300319      b184005        ~1848

Dau Doughty 69
   bf 180_ ___ __ to Alexander Doughty 68 et ux Magdelena (nee Bunker 68)
      Doughty

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Epenetus Doughty 70
   bm 1820 Jul 17 to James J. Doughty 69 et ux Rachael (nee Jimerson 68) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Matilda Miner 70
   bf 1826 Aug 03
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R548 P017A L16 209/273
      NY, New York Co., NYC 12
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 24, Thomas T. Jackson, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Epenetus Doughty           36M ?                          NY
 Matilda                    35F                            NY
 William B.                  6M                            NY       S
 Filina                      4F                            NY       S
 James K.                    2M                            NY
 Mary?                      7mF                            NY
 Catharine McMann           15F                            Ire
   df 1903 Nov 03
   dm 1907 Nov 03
 with Matilda (nee Miner 70) Doughty
   Charles A 71
   b18520229
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Fanny Doughty 70
   bf 1830 ___ __ to Epenetus Doughty 69 et ux
   mm ____ ___ __ Richard H. Hinsdale _
   bm 1824
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R    P    L   0/0      (from BS)
      NY, New York City, 12th Ward.
      PO: , 1860 , , Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Richard H. Hinsdale        36M                            CT
 Fanny                      30F
 Edward                      6M
 Fanny                       3F                            NY         Idiotic
 Everett                    4mM                            NY
 Leonora                    4mF                            NY
 Ebenezer Doughty           66M Gentleman
   n. 1869 NYC Directory, 126 E. 35th St.   Richard H. Hinsdale
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R686  V    E    P     L  0/0      (from BS)
      NY, New York City, #34 _ 58th Street
      PO:  Ass't Marshal

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Richard
 Fanny
 Edwin                           25
 Everett
 Leonora
 Edward Doughty                       BIL
 Corrine Doughty                      Niece
 Carlotte Hinsdale                    Sister
 L. C. Doughty                        Cousin
 _                                    Nephew
 _                                    Nephew

 with Fanny

Edward Doughty 70
   bm ____ ___ __ to Epenetus Doughty 69 et ux
   mf ____ ___ __ Cornelia _ 70
   bf 1833 Oct __
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R  P L         0/0
      NY,            Co., Orangetown NY.
      PO: , 1860 , , Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Edward Doughty               M Bookkeeper
 Cornelia C.
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R___ SD6 V186 E832 S5 L94
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Philadelphia
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Cornelia Doughty              Oct1833 67        NY
 John                          Jul1870 29        NY
 Lizzie                DIL     Sep1866 33        PA
 Mary                  D       Feb1866 34        MA

   dm<1900
   n. 2007/12/11 BSink.
 with Cornelia
   Emma Corrine 71Mary 71        John 71
   b18590521      b186602        b187007

Deborah Brown Doughty 70
   bf ____ ___ __ Isaac Doughty 69 with Lavinia (nee Brown 69) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ John Annan Wilson 70.
   n. Daughter Livinia Augusta Wilson 71.
      df 1838 Nov 29 at 29Y.  Annals of Albany, Notes from Newspapers 1838 P286.
   n. Daughter Mary Louisa Wilson mm 18450612 Ezra Ames Sutliff bm 18201005
      dm Albany, NY df 18850207.
      Ancestors and the Descendants of Betsey Mulford Sutliff
      by Mary Louisa Sutliff, 1897 Port Orange Press, Albany, NY P_36.
 with John Annan Wilson 70
   Lavinia A 71   Mary Louisa 71
   b1809          b

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Charles John Doughty 70
   bm 1820 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 69 et ux _ (_ 69) Doughty in Brooklyn, NY
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah P. _ _, probably Worcester.
   bf 1822
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R520 P289B L13 683/1261
      NY, Kings Co., Brooklyn
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 29, J. P. ......, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Charles J. Doughty         30M Accountant                 NY
 Sarah P.                   28F                            MA
 Chas. J.                    3M                            MA
 Sarah Worcester            56F                            MA
 Emma                       14F                            MA
 Ellen Smith                16F                            Ire
   n. Ellen is probably daughter of neighbor accountant.


John Doughty 70
   bm 1825 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 69 et ux _ (_ 69) Doughty in Brooklyn, NY
   n. He was a Swedenborgian clergyman in San Francisco, CA.  Hoff.
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R___ P200 L27 35/35      2008/08/22  Paul Puentes
      CA, Solasso Co., Fairfield, P4.
      PO: Fairfield, 1860 Jun 01, W. J. Cooton, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 John Doughty               34M Merchant         2500  5000NY
 Mariah A. Doughty          21F                            MA
 Charles E. Doughty         4mM                            CA
 Mariah Lynch               23F Servant                    Ireland
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R    P115 L20 869/1256.    2008/08/22 Paul Puentes
      NJ, San Francisco Co., Fourth Ward Twp.
      PO: San Francisco, 1870 Jun 29 Wm. Martin, Ass't Marshal

 Name                         AgeSCOccupation                   RE      PP      BP                 FMB  M  SRWNeed           Vote
 John Doughty                  45MWClergyman                        4000     500NJ
 Maria                         32FWKeeping House                                MA
 Charles                       10MWAt House                                     CA                         S
 Martha                         7FWAt House                                     CA
 Walter                         2MWAt House                                     CA



Mary C. Doughty 70
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Doughty 69 et ux _ (_ 69) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Munson 70
   n. lived in Brantford, CN
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Sally Titus Doughty 70
   bf 1796 ___ __ to Jacob Doughty 69 et ux Abigail (nee Cornell 69) Doughty
   df young

Betsy Cornell Doughty 70
   bf 1797 ___ __ to Jacob Doughty 69 et ux Abigail (nee Cornell 69) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Clark 70
   bm ____ ___ __ to Charles G. Clark 69 of Paris.

Jacob Doughty 70
   bm 1798 ___ __ to Jacob Doughty 69 et ux Abigail (nee Cornell 69) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Charity Valentine 70
   bf 1799
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R104 P188 L_
      NY, Dutchess Co., Beekman ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jacob Doughty ___________/0 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
   dm 1821 Apr 21 at 23Y and interred NY, Dutchess Co., Apoquague Friends Burial
      Ground. NYDCAFBG

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Asa Doughty 70
   bm 178_ ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 69 et ux Hannah (nee Tatterson 69) Doughty

Sarah Doughty 70
   bf 178_ ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 69 et ux Hannah (nee Tatterson 69) Doughty

Samuel Doughty 70
   bm 179_ ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 69 et ux Hannah (nee Tatterson 69) Doughty

Rachel Doughty 70
   bf 1789 Aug 08 to Samuel Doughty 69 et ux Hannah (nee Tatterson 69) Doughty
      in NY.
   mm 1824 Dec 29 Aaron Dean 69 in CN, Ontario.  20071028 HT.
   bm 1767 Aug 16 to Ebenezer Dean 69 et ux Keziah (nee Roberts 69) Dean in CN,
      Fairfield Co., Stamford.
   df 1856 Mar 01 Ohio, Seneca Co., Reed.
   dm 1855 Sep 18 Ohio, Seneca Co., Reed.
 with Aaron Dean 69
   Sarah E 70
   b18281216

Benjamin Doughty 70
   bf 179_ ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 69 et ux Hannah (nee Tatterson 69) Doughty

Betsy Doughty 70
   bf 179_ ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 69 et ux Hannah (nee Tatterson 69) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Walter Abrams 70. HT.
   n. See 1850 NJ, Cape May census.
 with Walter Abrams 70
   Elizabeth 71   _ 71           _ 71           _ 71           _ 71
   b1796          b              b              b              b
   Samuel 71      Richard 71
   b1811          b1815

Abigail Doughty 70
   bf 179_ ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 69 et ux Hannah (nee Tatterson 69) Doughty

Henry "Harry" Nelson Doughty 70
   bm 1803 Dec 08 to Samuel Doughty 69 et ux Elizabeth (nee Nelson 69) Doughty
      in Rockaway, Queens Co., NY.
   mf~1830 ___ __ Sarah Lois Waller 70
   bf~1805 ___ __
   n. Hope Tillman's line 3Gg.
   df 1850 ___ __ in Toledo, Lucas Co., OH.
   dm 1868 Apr 29 in Lake City, Wabasha, MN.
 with Sarah Lois (nee Waller 70) Doughty
   Caroline M 71
   b1834

Mary Jane Doughty 70
   bf 1807 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 69 et ux Elizabeth (nee Nelson 69) Doughty
      in NY.
   mm~1825 ___ __ George Rhinehardt 70
   bm~1800 ___ __ to
   n. 2007/10/28 Tanya Webster (TW) communcates probable relationship with dau.
      George & MJ's daughter Hannah J. Rhinehardt.  Some data from her.
   n. Note others from NY in 1850 Census P032A and possibly others.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P032B L4 213/213.
      NJ, Cape May Co., Dennis Twp.,
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 27, M. Beesley, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 George Rhinehart           49M Laborer                 500NY
 Jane      "                45F                            NY
 Reuben    "                21M                            NY
 Samuel    "                18M Labourer                   NY
 George    "                16M                            NY
 Edward    "                14M                            NY       S
 Benjamin  "                12M                            NY       S
 William   "                10M                            NY       S
 Hannah J.                   8F                            NY
 Julia A.  "                 6F                            NY
 Margaret  "                 4F                            NY
 with George Rhinehardt 70
   Reuben 71      Samuel 71      George 71      Edward 71      Benjamin 71
   b1829          b1832          b1834          b1836          b1838
   William 71     Hannah J 71    Julia A 71     Margaret 71
   b1840          b1842          b1844          b1846

Edward Doughty 70
   bm 1807 Mar 19 to Samuel Doughty 69 et ux Elizabeth (nee Nelson 69) Doughty
      in Lawrence, Queens Co., NY.
   mf 1829 Jul 13 Phebe Smith 70, in Hempstead, Queens Co., NY.
   bf 1811 Apr 14 in Queens Co., NY.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R104 P089 L_
      NY, Queens Co., S. Hampst ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Edward Doughty __________/1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   n. Reverend
   dm 1880 Aug 13 in Louisville, Dunn, Wisconsin, Occupation: Minister
   df 1886 Feb 04 in Louisville, Dunn Co., WI.
 with Phebe (nee Smith 70) Doughty
   Mary Etta 71
   b1854

Sibble Doughty 70
   bf 1808 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 69 et ux Elizabeth (nee Nelson 69) Doughty
      in NY.

Samuel Doughty 70
   bm 1809 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 69 et ux Elizabeth (nee Nelson 69) Doughty
      in NY.

Hannah Doughty 70
   bf 1811 Mar 02 to Samuel Doughty 69 et ux Elizabeth (nee Nelson 69) Doughty
      in South Hempstead, NY.
   mm 1826 ___ __ Garret Sprague 70 in South Hempstead, NY.
   df 1886 Apr 14 in Bloomington, McLean Co., IL.

Marcus Doughty 70
   bm 1812 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 69 et ux Elizabeth (nee Nelson 69) Doughty
      in NY.

Calvin Doughty 70
   bm 1813 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 69 et ux Elizabeth (nee Nelson 69) Doughty
      in NY.
   dm in Mexico.
   mf~1835 ___ __ Rebecca Nesser 70
   bf~1815

Alice Doughty 70
   bf 1815 Feb 12 to Samuel Doughty 69 et ux Elizabeth (nee Nelson 69) Doughty
      in Rockaway, Queens Co., NY.
   mm 1834 Apr 08 Henry Coleman 70 in NY.
   bm 1812 Mar 19 in Orange, NY.
   df 1891 Nov 05 in Durand, Pepin, WI.
   dm 1869 Sep 15 in Maxville, Buffalo, WI.

Samuel Doughty 70
   bm 1816 Sep 21 to Samuel Doughty 69 et ux Elizabeth (nee Nelson 69) Doughty
      in Rockaway, Queens Co., NY.
   mf 1838 Jul 22 Hannah Rider 70 in Bellport, Suffolk Co., NY.
   bf 1823
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R582 P147A 100/104
      NY, Queens Co., Hempstead
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 25, Jno. W. Demott, Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Samuel Doughty             32M Blacksmith                 NY
 Hannah                     27F                            NY
 James E.                    9M                            NY       S
 Calvin W.                   6M                            NY       S
 John C.                     4M                            NY
 Mary E.                     1F                            NY
   dm 1893 Oct 09 in Lake City, Wabasha, MN.
 with Hannah (nee Rider 70) Doughty
   James E 71     Calvin W 71    John C 71      Mary E 71
   b1841          b1844          b1846          b1849

John D. Doughty 70
   bm 1823 Mar 14 to Samuel Doughty 69 et ux Elizabeth (nee Nelson 69) Doughty
      in Rockaway, Queens Co., NY.
   mf~1847 ___ __ Amelia Stringham 70 in NY.
   bf~1825
   mf~1860 ___ __ Adelia Gesner Ransom 70
   bf~1830
   dm 1888 Feb 22

Asa Byram Doughty 70
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 69 et ux Elizabeth (nee Nelson 69) Doughty
      in Hempstead, Queens Co., NY
   mf~1846 ___ __ Susanna Katherine Johns 70
   bf~1827
   df<1849
   mf 1849 ___ __ Elizabeth Ellen McClung 70 in McLean, IL.
   dm 1908 Mar 01 in Lake City, Wabasha, MN.

Esther Doughty 70
   bf 1827 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 69 et ux Elizabeth (nee Nelson 69) Doughty
      in Rockaway, Queens Co., NY.
   mm~1844 ___ __ Enoch Stephen Havens 70
   bm~1815
   dm<1845
   mm 1845 Mar 04 David Higgins 70 in Hudson, McLean, IL.
   bm~1825
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Thomas E. Doughty 70
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas E. Doughty 69 et ux Elizabeth (nee Miller 69)
      Doughty in Dutchess Co., NY.
   n. When he was 8 or 10 his parents moved near Auburn.
   mf 1841 ___ __ J. Hannah Shourds 70
   bf 1821 Mar 23 to Asa Shourds 69 et ux Eunice (nee Landon 69) Shourds. These
      parents are deduced from cemetery proxmity by KM.
      "SHOURDS,/Asa/d. May 23, 1864/ae 66y 1mo 19da"
      " Eunice Landon wife of Asa/d. July 13, 1880/b. Apr. 6, 1800"
   n. A few years later they moved to Detroit, Michigan,
   df 1858 Mar 05 at 36.11.13 J. Hannah Doughty and interred Ridgeway Cemetery,
      Town of Venice #248
   mf 1859 ___ __ Harriet Hartwell Smith 70
   n. 1860 they moved to Saginaw, Mich. Where all of Harriet's children were
      born. (See Hartwell Line)
   n. 1894 Thomas and wife, Harriet, moved to Grand Rapids, Mich.
   dm 1895 Feb 26 at Grand Rapids, MI.
   n. 1901, Harriet moved to Detroit, Mich.
   df 1914 Aug 22 in Detroit, MI interred as J. Hannah Doughty.
 with Hannah (nee Shourds 70) Doughty
   George 71      Adeline 71     William 71     Frank 71       Arthur 71
   b              b              b              b              b
 with Harriet (nee Hartwell 70) Smith
   Fred 71        Charles 71     Norman 71      Elizabeth 71
   b              b              b              b

Charles Doughty 70
   bm 1815 ___ __ to Thomas E. Doughty 69 et ux Elizabeth (nee Miller 69)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Eunice _ _
   bf 1826
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R483 P031A L38 219/232
      NY, Cayuga Co., Venice
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 05, K. Bailey, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Chas. C. Doughty           35M Farmer                 1700NY
 Eunice?                    24F                            NY
 Emily H?                    5F                            NY
   n. moved to Michigan.  See brother Thomas E.

George Doughty 70
   bm 1817 Mar 04 to Thomas E. Doughty 69 et ux Elizabeth (nee Miller 69)
      Doughty in Dutchess Co., NY.
   n. moved to Iowa.
   n. Sheriff in Council Bluffs
 with _ six children.

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Isaiah Doughty 70
   bm 1791 Feb 21 to Elias Doughty 68 and Mary (nee Babcock 68) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ 70
   bf 1796
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R81 P186 L6
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Egg Harbor Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Isaiah Doughty __________/0 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Isaiah)________________ 30-39MW
 (Elizabeth)_____________ 30-39FW
 (bm 1816-1820)__________ 10-14MW   (RWC75 believes could be Reuben, or Lewis)
 (William M)_____________ 05-09MW
 (John)__________________ 05-09MW
 (Rachel)________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R249 P050 L30 (last line on page - ie. next Enoch)
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twsp.   ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Isaiah Doughty __________/0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Isaiah)________________ 40-49MW
 (Elizabeth)_____________ 40-49FW
 (William M)_____________ 15-19MW
 (John)__________________ 10-14MW
 (Rachel)________________ 05-09FW
   n. Maybe T^s Endicott or David Lanning nearby in 1840 is brother-in-law.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R249 P050 L29
      NJ, Cumberland Co. Millville Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas Endicott _________/0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R249 P050 L22
      NJ, Cumberland Co. Millville Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 David Lanning ___________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R446 P281A L6 58/64
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Stow_Creek Twp.
      1850 Aug 14 F. Devereux Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 William Garrison           40M Farmer                 2000NJ
 Mary                       27F                            NJ
 Enoch                      13M                            NJ       S
 Sarah                       6F                            NJ       S
 Martha E.                   3F                            NJ
 John Doughty               24F                            NJ
   n. Not known where the above John goes, however since Isaiah's sister-in-
      law is Hannah Garrison, probable older sister of William Garrison, I'll
      hazzard a guess and place him right here.
   wf 1884 Feb 14  CuCWR B_R P12?  may not be right association.
 with Elizabeth (nee _ 70) Doughty
   _ 71           William M 71   John 71        Rachel 71
   b18__          b18220419      b1826          b1832

Sarah S. Doughty 70
   bf 1794 Feb 19 to Elias Doughty 68 and Mary (nee Babcock 68) Doughty
   mm 1816 Mar 21 Jonathan Dare 70 arb Washington Whig 1816 Mar 25 P5 on Wed.
      eve by Rev. Mr. Holmes Parvin, all of Deerfield Twsp.
   bm 1777 Sep 16 to William Dare 69 et ux Elizabeth (nee Rose 69) Dare
   dm 1838 Oct 04
   df 1842 May 20
 with Jonathan Dare 70, ten children, one long term survivor.
   Jonathan 71    Francis 71     Ephraim 71     Lydia Ann 71   Jonathan D 71
   b18170831      b1819          b18210811      b182308        b1825
   Emmaline E 71  Francis M 71   Mary E 71      Sarah J 71     Ephraim H 71
   b18340610      b1830          b18340610      b18361217      b18361217

Enoch Doughty 70
   bm 1798 Feb 16 to Elias Doughty 68 and Mary (nee Babcock 68) Doughty in
      Burlington Co., NJ
   mf 1819 Dec 16 Beulah Taylor 70
   bf 1801 Nov 01 to George Taylor 68 and Sarah (nee _ 68) Taylor in Burlington
      Co., NJ Ref. History of Glou., Salem & Cumberland Co., P552
   n. Iron moulder at Aetna Furnace and later Cumb. Co.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R81 P_
      NJ, Cumberland Co., _ Tsp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Enoch Doughty ___________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 (Enoch)_________________ 30-39MW
 (Beulah)________________ 20-29FW
 (Richard)_______________ 15-19MW
 (Elias)_________________ 15-19MW
 (Miriam)________________ 15-19FW
 (Elias)_________________ 05-09MW
 (Sarah)_________________ 05-09FW
 (Thomas)________________ 00-04MW
 (Elizabeth)_____________ 00-04FW
 (Harriet)_______________ 00-04FW
   n. 1830 analysis by GJB76
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R249 P051
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twsp.   ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Enoch Doughty ___________/1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Enoch)_________________ 40-49MW
 (Beulah)________________ 30-39FW
 (Thomas)________________ 15-19MW
 (Sarah)_________________ 15-19FW
 (John)__________________ 05-09MW
 (George)________________ 00-04MW
   ld 1841 Jan 30 NJ_CuCDR B_68 P_451 Rec. 1841 Jan 30.
      Grantor: Samuel Reeves et ux Phebe of Bridgeton, Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Enoch Doughty of Millville, Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $730
      Description: The following described lots and lands situate in Deerfield,
      Cumberland Co., N. J. bounded as follows, viz:
      One of them begins at a stone set in the old road leading from Bridgeton
      to Carlsburgh and is a corner late Betsey Maul's, dec'd land,
      From thence along said road S17W 47P to a stake for a corner set in the
      road;
      From thence bounding on lands of late Rinear Dare, S75E 22P to a stone for
      a corner;
      From thence N70E 12P to a stone for a corner;
      From thence by land late Abel Corson's N89E 22P to a stake for a corner;
      Thence N15E 25P to a stone for a corner;
      Thence N72W 43P to the place of beginning containing 9.75 acres more or
      less.
      One other lot begins at a stake for a corner, being the corner of Lot No.
      Five;
      From thence N89E 8P to a stake for a corner;
      From thence N15E 21P to a stake for a corner;
      Thence N72W 8P;
      Thence S15W 25P to the place of beginning containing 1 acre and 16 perches
      of land, more or less;
      The other lot begins at a stone in the old road from Carlesburg to
      Bridgeton;
      Thence bounding on the first lot above S70E 80R5L to a corner in the new
      road from Carlesburg to Bridgeton;
      Thence on late Garrison Maull's land N8.5E 41R5L to where a Black Oak tree
      formerly stood;
      Thence S72.25W 39R22L bounding on said Maull's land and Benjamin Maull's
      land;
      Thence S41W 13R?L binding on Benjamin Maull's land;
      Thence N41W 42R into the first mentioned road;
      Thence along the same S18.25W 16R11L to the beginning the contents the
      same more or less, the same lot of land conveyed to the said Daniel Pec?
      by Davis Maull by deed dated 1832 Oct 25 reference the same recorded in
      B_E of deeds in the Clerk's Office of said county.
      Signed: Samuel Reeves, Phebe Reeves.
      Witness: Enos Seeley
   ld 1844 Mar 02 NJ_CuCDR B_73 P79 Rec. 1844 Mar 27
      Grantor: John McNeal et ux Sarah of Millville Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Enoch Doughty
      Transaction: $280
      Description: Bottomland in the township of Millville, near Furnace Mound,
      the occupation of David W. Laning and is ? and bounded as follows:
      Beginning at stake in David Seaone's line bearing N88.5E 4C from a large
      corner stone near D. Seaone's barn;
      Thence N88.5E 1C97L to a corner in D. Seaone's line;
      Thence S1.5E 1C92L to a corner;
      Thence S89.5  1C74L to a corner;
      Thence N88.5W 1C90L to a corner place of beginning containing .35 acres
      which John McNeal bought of Joshua S. Burr, William Irick and Job Irick,
      admr's of Henry B. Kimble and by deed dated 1839 Mar 13 recorded in B_AR,
      P338.
      Signed: John McNeal, Sarah McNeal
      Witness: William G. Leake
      Commissioner: William G. Leake
   df 1845 Feb 06 grave marker:  Beulah Doughty/Consort of E. Doughty/died Feb
      6. 1845/in the 44th year of her age.  Next to it on sandstone or other
      rock: R.D., J.D., T.D., and B.D. (or R.D.). 1998 Oct 09 GJB76
      Interred in the Cumberland Furnace Methodist Church (Budd's Church). GJB76
   mf 1849 ___ __ Rebecca A. Gray 70
   bf 1810 ___ __ to _ Gray 68 et ux _ (nee _ 68) Gray in Port Elizabeth, NJ
   c. 1855 NJ, Millville Township
 Enoch Doughty 1 male, 1 female, 1 school age male (5-14), 0 school age female
   wm 1858 May 19 3328F NJA.  CuCWR B_E P278
      In the name of God, Amen.  I, Enoch Doughty, of
      Millville, Cumberland County in the State of New Jersey being of sound
      mind, memory and understanding (for which blessings I thank God) do make
      and publish this my last will and testament in the manner following, that
      is to say.  First.  It is my will and my order that all my just debts and
      _________ of funeral and the erection of suitable tombstones at my grave
      be paid and satisfied as soon as conveniently can be after my decease.
      Second, I give to my dear wife Rebecca Doughty, in lieu of her right of
      dower, all my furniture in and about my house (empowering her at the same
      time to distribute such part of said furniture to any of my children as
      she may think proper) and the benefit or income either by rent or personal
      occupancy of my house and lot where I now live during her natural life;
      and at her death said property is to be equally divided between my four
      children, Elias, Sarah, George and Enoch.  I also give her all the benefit
      or income by rent of my house and lot adjoining the one where I now live
      (both lots are held by the same deed) while she remains my widow, and when
      she ceases by death or otherwise to be my widow this property is also to
      be equally divided among my four children as above named but it is my will
      that neither property shall be in my case sold (except there be found a
      lack of personal property to pay my just debts and the expence herein
      first stated) til it be necessary in order to its equal division as
      aforesaid and it is further my will that if she remain my widow till death
      the expense of her funeral and the erection of suitable tombstones at her
      grave be deducted from the property before the aforesaid distribution of
      it be made.  I also give her, after the deduction of the sums hereinafter
      stated, the residue of my estate real and personal without the foregoing
      limitations.  Third, I give to each of my two sons Elias and George and to
      my daughter Sarah ten dollars to be paid within sixty days after my
      decease.  I give to my son Enoch fifty dollars to be _______ under proper
      obligations in reliable hands within sixty days after my decease with
      interest from the latter date and both interest and principal to be paid
      over to him where he shall have arrived at twenty one years of age or if
      married sooner at his marriage.  Fourth, If at my death there is not a
      sufficiency of personal property to pay my just debts and the expenses
      named under the first head and also the shares supposed to be provided for
      under the Second and named to my children under the Third head and it
      become necessary for these purposes to use a part of my real estate it is
      my will that the house and lot adjoining the one where I now live be sold
      and what remains of the proceeds be put to interest and the income go to
      my wife as provided in case such sale be not necessary and that the
      principal be finaly divided as in that case provided.  Lastly, I do hereby
      appoint my dear wife Rebecca Doughty and my trusty brother John Doughty
      executors of this my last will and testament - In witness whereof I hereto
      set my hand (mark) and seal this nineteenth day of May in the year of our
      Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty eight. Wit. John McNeal, John
      Doughty, Joseph G. Crate.
      RWC.
   dm 1862 Nov 06 at 64y in Millville, NJ  CD18621122
      1862 ___ __ PA_PPL V_ N
      Doughty - On the 30th inst., Enoch Doughty, in the 63d year of his age.
         The relatives and friends of the family, also the Wayne Lodge, No. 3,
      of Philadelphia, the Diligent Council, No. 43 of Philadelphia, the
      Wildey Lodge, of Camden, and the Morning Star Council, No 11 of Camden,
      with the Order in general, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral
      services on Sunday next, at 4 o'clock P.M. at his late residence, Stockton
      NJ.  Funeral to proceed to Absecom, by the 8 o'clock Monday morning train.
      **262 (hard to make out number).
      1863 Jan 30 probate.
   n. 1866 Jun __ moved to Vineland, NJ.
   df 1875 May 01 at 65 of typhoid in Millville, interred Mt. Pleasant,
      Millville, NJ.  MtPCR
   n. large monolith at Mt. Pleasant - GJB76
 with Beulah (nee Taylor 70) Doughty
   Elias G 71     Sarah P 71     Thomas 71      Elizabeth 71   Harriet 71
   b18211119      b1823          b1824          b1826          b1828
   John M 71      George T 71    Benjamin 71    Enoch F 71     Mary 71
   b1831          b1834          b1835          b1839          b1842
with Rebecca (nee Gray 70) Doughty
   Richard B 71
   b18500918

Miriam Doughty 70
   bf 1799 Dec 15 to Elias Doughty 68 and Mary (nee Babcock 68) Doughty
   mm 1823 Feb 13 Lot Carle 70
      1823 Feb 15 Washington Whig, John Clark - Publisher, Index  P70
         Married on the 13th by the Rev. H. Parvin, Mr. Lot Carle, to Miss
      Miriam Doughty, both of Deerfield.
   bm 1800 ___ __ to Jeremiah Carll 69 et ux Ruth (nee Woodruff 69) Carll
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 Index P_  R_  P442  L_. Recheck
      PA, Clarion Co., P82 _ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Lot Carlle ______________/0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Lot)____________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 (Mary)___________________ 15-19FW
 (Francis)________________ 10-14MW
 (James)__________________ 05-09MW
   df<1840
   mf ____ ___ __ Henrietta Knappey 70
   bf
   df
   mf 1853 Apr 02 Sarah S. Russel, Mrs., his name given as Lot Carll. She is the
      widow of Jeremiah Russel. Maiden name Simpkins? NJ_CuCMR BB P113.
   dm 1872
 with Lot Carll 70. 3 children - TS.
   Mary 71        Francis 71     James 71
   b              b              b
 with Henrietta (nee Knappey 70)    5 children - TS.
   Charles W 71   Samuel 71      Hiram 71       Josiah 71      Eli 71
   b18480626      b              b              b              b
 with Sarah S. (nee Simpkins 71)
   no issue


John Doughty 70
   bm 1803 Aug 26 to Elias Doughty 68 and Mary (nee Babcock 68) Doughty
      other DOB 1802 Aug 20 from MEGB?
   mf 1824 Oct 07 Hannah Garrison 70 Thursday eve, last, 7th instant by Rev.
      Charles Pitman arb Washington Whig 1824 Oct 09 P100, CuCMR P35 Craig all
      of Bridgeton, NJ
   bf 1805 Aug 21 to _ Garrison 69 et ux NJ
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R81 P415
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twsp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Doughty ____________/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (John)_________________ 20-29MW
 (Hannah)_______________ 20-29FW
 _______________________ 05-09FW
 (Mary Jane)____________ 00-04FW
   n. 1840 where are they?
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John Doughty               47  Iron moulder
 Hannah                     44
 Mary I.                    22
 Francis A.                 20  moulder
 Charles P.                 18
 Sarah E.                   12
   c. 1855 NJ, Millville Township
 John Doughty 2 male, 2 female, 0 school age male (5-14), 0 school age female
   ld 1857 ___ __ NJ_CuCDR B_90 P_165. Rec. 1857 Mar 10  don't have.
      Grantor: Abigail_Lake
      Grantee: Hannah_Doughty
   ld 1857 Oct 23 NJ_CuC Mortgages B_13 P419 abstract by Glenn Bingham - GJB
      Mortgagor: Hannah Doughty of Bridgeton
      Mortgagee: George Hanthorn, County of Salem [However, Hanthorns were in
      Bridgeton earlier--GJB]
      Transaction: $683.50 with yearly payments for 68.72 acres.
      Description: Land in Deerfield
      POB Stone corner of Daniel Garrison's farm (west line) in road from David
      Moore's to the widow Gentry; S 1/4 degree W, 86 rods, 15 links to sharp
      stone at head of Cornwalls Branch; S 76-1/4 degrees W, stone in B. Maul's
      line; Along line 76-1/2 degrees W, 26 rods, 7 links; S 1 minute E,
      57-1/2 rods; Along D. Reeves land 39 degrees W, 37 rods, 17 links; Along
      Reeves S 44 degrees 40 minutes W, 50 rods, 15 links; Along D. P. Elmer
      N 1 degree 28 minutes W, 100 rods, 18 links; N side of hill of Cornwalls
      Branch; N 1/2 degree E, 42 rods, 20 links S of the "brow of the hill";
      S 87-1/4 degrees E, 3 rods to corner in road by David Moore and widow
      Gentry; Middle of road S 87 degrees 10 minutes E, 53 rods to beginning
      68.72 acres that George Hanthorn and wife conveyed to Hannah Doughty
      Ack: Joel Fithian. Commissioner
      1858 Sep 24 Satisfied, P. L. Kain (?), Clerk
   n. That's it! It is Hannah, wife of John who bought the land 11 months
      before she died. The mortgage was paid in full several years early--7
      days after Hannah Garrison Doughty died. Find Hannah's estate
      administration and you will find payments to Hanthorn!
      But this has the same two objections: Hannah was married and Hannah
      lived, it seemed, in Millville.  2000 Jan 18  GJB.
   df 1858 Sep 17 at 52.8.2 in Millville, NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census - see Frances A. Doughty
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc         RE    PP    BP      FMB  M  SIRem
 John Doughty               66  Moulder
 Margaret Hess              48
   n. Hess (above) an iron name from Cumberland Furnace - GJB.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twp.
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 John Doughty                    75                 Teamster
 Sarah                           40

   dm 1890 Jan 11 in Millville, NJ.  Tough dude, lived to 86Y GJB.
 with Hannah (nee Garrison 70) Doughty
   Mary I 71      Francis A 71   Charles P 71   Harriet 71     James 71
   b1828          b18300811      b18340301      b1835          b1836
   Sarah E 71
   b1838

Richard Doughty 70
   bm 1810 May 03 to Elias Doughty 68 et ux Mary (nee Babcock 68) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca Ann Borden 70
   bf 1813 Apr 17 to Jonathan Borden 68 et ux Elizabeth (nee Campbell 68) Borden
   ld 1833 Mar 28 NJ_CuCDR B_57 P333 Rec. 1833 Mar 28
      Grantor: Richard Shaw et ux Jane of Maurice River
      Grantee: Richard Doughty of Millville Twp.
      Transaction: $200 lawful money
      Description: Land situate in Maurice River Twp.,
      Beginning at a stake by the edge of the Mill Pond being also a corner to
      a lot of land this day sold to Elizabeth Borden
      Thence binding on said lot N85W 54P to a corner of Benjamin F. Reeves
      lot,
      Thence by said lot and land of Benjamin Fisler N4E 137P to a stake in
      Simon Shaw's line,
      Thence by said line and lands of Isaac Townsend, S61E 171P to the edge of
      the Mill Pond,
      Thence along the edge of said pond bounding thereby the several courses
      thereof to the Place-of-Beginning containing 48 acres 2 rods and 16
      perches, more or less, part of the same land which said Richard Shaw
      purchased at vendue from the estate of Jonathan Borden, dec'd. 1832 Dec
      08
      Signed: Richard Shaw, Jane Shaw.
      Witness: John Wishart
   ld 1833 Mar 28 NJ_CuCDR B_57 P_335 Rec. 1833 Mar 28
      Grantee: Elizabeth Bordin of Downe Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Grantor: Richard Doughty of Millville Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $5 for quit claim of 48 acres 2 rods and 16 perches
      Description: Land bought by Richard Shaw at the public sale of late
      husband, Jonathan Bordin, dec'd, this day and date in Maurice River Twp.,
      Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Witness: John Wishart
   ld 1834 Feb 11 NJ_CuCDR B_59 P_302.
      Grantor: Richard Doughty et ux Rebecca of Maurice River Twsp.
      Grantee: Richard Shaw
      Transaction: $200
      Description: bounded by Simon Shaw, Benjamin Reeves, Benjamin
      Fisher and land sold to Elizabeth Borden 1833 Feb 25 from the estate of
      Jonathan Borden.
   ld 1838 Jan 04 NJ_CuCDR B_64 P_271. Rec. 1838 Jan 04.
      Grantor: James M. Riley et ux Ruth
      Grantee: Richard Doughty
      Transaction: $650
      house and land in Bridgeton, 13 sq. perches being land James Riley became
      seized of by deed from Edmund Roork.
   ld             NJ_CuCDR B_61 P_379.
      Grantor: Edmund Roork et ux Martha L.
      Grantee: James M. Riley
      Description: 13 sq rods being the same land E. Roark became seized of
      1828 Jan 18 from Thomas Roork who became seized of 1818 Jan 17 from
      Norton Harris et ux in presence of Elias P. Seeley.
   ld 1840 Mar 28 NJ_CuCDR B_67 P_511.
      Grantor: Richard Doughty et ux Rebecca Ann of Bridgeton
      Grantee: Harriett Coombs, of Pittsgrove, Co. of Salem
      Transaction: for $700
      Description: land situate in Bridgeton, Deerfield Twsp 13 sq perches
      land Richard became seized of from J. M. Riley.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R___ P19A L11
      New Jersey, Atlantic Co., Egg Harbor Twp.  __ __ __ __/__ __   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Richard Doughty _________/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Richard)________________ 20-29MW
 (Rebecca)________________ 30-39FW
   n. They are probably on vacation in Atlantic Co. 1840 when they were also
      counted in the Census. Older brother Isaiah was there in the same township
      in 1830.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R249 P140
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Deerfield Twsp, Bridgeton   ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Richard Doughty _________/1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Richard)_______________ 20-29MW
 (Rebecca)_______________ 20-29FW
 (Israel E.)_____________ 05-09MW
 (Joseph B.)_____________ 00-04MW
 (Caroline D.)___________ 00-04FW
   dm 1841 May 03 at 32 interred Central Methodist Ch., E. Commerce St.,
      Bridgeton, NJ.  RWC visited 1997 Jul 04, stone was sandstone, broken in
      half and has an inscription.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R446 P195B L19 82/83
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Bridgeton Twsp.
      1850 Aug 14 F. Devereux Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Rebecca Doughty            37F                            NJ
 Iseral E.                  17M Nailor                     NJ
 Joseph E.                  15M Nailor                     NJ
 Caroline D.                13F                            NJ
   p. RAB70_1 Rebecca Ann (nee Borden 70) Doughty photograph RWC75
   p. RAB70_2 Rebecca Ann (nee Borden 70) Doughty photograph RWC75
   n. 1886 NJ_CCD Camden City Directory Rebecca Doughty, wid. Richard,
      525 Elm St. - this is the same residence as son Israel E. & gson John I.
   n. 1887 NJ_CCD Rebecca Doughty   widow Richard   525 Elm Camden NJ. sq
      1888 NJ_CCD Rebecca Doughty   widow Richard   525 Elm Camden NJ. sq
      1888 NJ_CCD Rebecca Doughty       525 Elm Camden NJ. sq
      1889 NJ_CCD Rebecca Doughty       525 Elm Camden NJ. sq
   df 1896 Apr 25 at 83.0.8 at 182 East Ave, Bridgeton, Cumberland Co., NJ of
      heart disease - dilated and fatty without hypertrophy (sudden) at the
      Methodist Ch., E. Commerce St. Cemetery.
 with Rebecca Ann (nee Borden 70) Doughty
   Israel E 71    Joseph B 71    Caroline D 71
   b1833          1835           1837

Elias Doughty 70
   bm 1812 Nov 17 to Elias Doughty 68 and Mary (nee Babcock 68) Doughty
   dm 1827 ___ __ interred R3 L70 G451 Methodist Cemetery, Commerce St.,
      Bridgeton, NJ

Mary Doughty 70
   bf 1815 Oct 16 to Elias Doughty 68 and Mary (nee Babcock 68) Doughty
   mm 1837 Apr 12 Richard Borden 70 arb Washington Whig 1837 Apr 15 by Rev.
      Thomas McCarroll, both of Bridgeton; P25 Craig (Burden)
   bm 1810 ___ __ to Jonathan Borden 69 et ux Elizabeth (nee Campbell 69) Borden
   dm 1881 May 03 at 71 interred Methodist Cemetery R3 L70 G453, Commerce St.,
       Bridgeton, NJ.  "My husband, In memory of Richard Borden 70"
      "I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the
       faith.  Weep not my dear the lonely left.  Your loss my infinite gain.  I
       longed for rest, God saw it best But we shall meet again."
   df 1889 Aug 23 interred Methodist Cemetery R3 L70 G453, Commerce St.,
       Bridgeton, NJ.  "Our Auntie, In memory of Mary wife of Richard Borden
       who departed this life Aug.23,1889 in the 71st year of her age."
      "Passed through the valley ......"
Page 69


Ezra Thompson Doughty 70
   bm 1811 ___ __ to David S. Doughty 69 et ux Betsey (nee Thompson 69) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Harriette Howard Hart 70
   bf 1813
   n. I found the obit of E. Thompson Doughty dm 1870 Sep 20 at 31.  It seemed
      logical for him to be the son of Ezra T. E. Thompson Doughty would have
      been born ~1839 and would account for the second in the 1840 census age
      group.  I know not why he does not show in 1850.  2000/06/04rwc75
      I hope this accounts for a William H in this area.  See Ezra Thompson
      Doughty 71
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R333 P024
      NY, Rens Co., Troy 2nd ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 E. T. Doughty ___________/2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 (Ezra)___________________ 20-29MW
 (Harriet)________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 (William H)______________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   dm 1843
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R584 P099A L41 923/1500
      NY, Rensselaer Co., Troy, 2nd Ward
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 31, E. Dabin, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Harriet Doughty            30F                       30000NY
 William Doughty            13M                            NY
 Richard Doughty             4M                            NY
 Mary McGorgle?             24F                            Ireland
 Mary Gleason               29F                            Ireland
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R584 P099B L4 924/1501
      NY, Rensselaer Co., Troy, 2nd Ward
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 31, E. Dabin, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Amelia Hart                50F                      150000Conn
 Grant                      20M                            NY
 Richard                    14F                            NY
 Susan                      21F                            NY
 Caroline "                 19F                            NY
 Julia "                    17F                            NY
 Franny                     15F                            NY
 Luara                      12F                            NY
 Mary Mc...lan              43F                            Ireland
 Bridget ...kins            27F                            Ireland
 Ellen  ........            30F                            Ireland
 Rebecca Howard             72F                            NY
   n. Rebecca Howard, probably Amelia's mother, but age not really legible.
   n. Samuel Hart, c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P167   R445 P60B L35 425/492.
      NJ, Camden Co., Middle Ward.
      Enumerated: 1850 ___ __, _ Andrews, Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Samuel Hart                43M Laborer               20000PA
  .
  .
   n. McCandy from PA also next to above Samuel Hart.  Wife Eliza is 42 bPA.
   n. The City of Troy and its Vicinity, Arthur James Weise
      1883 Jun 11 Mrs. Mary E. Hart gave $60,000 to Rensselaer polytechnic Inst.
      as memorial of her deceased husband, William Howard Hart ...
 with Harriette Howard (nee Hart 70) Doughty
   William H 71
   b1837

Samuel G. Doughty 70
   bm~1818 ___ __ to David S. Doughty 69 et ux Betsey (nee Thompson 69) Doughty
   mf~1845 ___ __ Jane Rebecca Hart 70
   bf 1824
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R584 P052A L24 491/832
      NY, Rensselaer Co., Troy, 2nd Ward
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 16, E. ..........., Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Samuel G. Doughty          30M Merchant              20000NY
 Jane "                     27F                            NY
 Thompson                    4M                            NY
 Francis                     3M                            NY
 Ann Gleason                28F                            Ireland
 Margaret Hanby             22F                             "
 Mary L...                  20F                             "
 Eliza Casey                18F                             "
   dm 1844
   df 1861
 with Jane Rebecca (nee Hart 70) Doughty
   Francis E 71
   b18470814
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Collins Doughty 70
   bm 1828 ___ __ to Platt R. Doughty 69 et ux Phebe

Mary Doughty 70
   bf 1830 ___ __ to Platt R. Doughty 69 et ux Phebe

Hellen Doughty 70
   bf 1833 ___ __ to Platt R. Doughty 69 et ux Phebe

Martha Doughty 70
   bf 1838 ___ __ to Platt R. Doughty 69 et ux Phebe

Lucius Doughty 70
   bm 1842 ___ __ to Platt R. Doughty 69 et ux Phebe

Cary Doughty 70
   bm 1844 ___ __ to Platt R. Doughty 69 et ux Phebe

Lydia Doughty 70
   bf 1848 ___ __ to Platt R. Doughty 69 et ux Phebe

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Charles Doughty 70
   bm 1841 ___ __ to William Doughty 69 et ux Jane F. (nee Brock 69) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary E. Brown 70
   dm 1864 ___ __ and interred Hopewell Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery.
   df 1919 ___ __ and interred Hopewell Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery.
 with Mary E. (nee Brown 70) Doughty
   Morton B 71    Christopher B 71
   b1868          b1871

Walter Doughty 70
   bm 1841 ___ __ to William Doughty 69 et ux Jane F. (nee Brock 69) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Ettie Farrington 70
   bf 1842 ___ __
   df 1905 ___ __ and interred Hopewell Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery.
   dm 1916 ___ __ and interred Hopewell Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery.

Edgar Doughty 70
   bm 1841 ___ __ to William Doughty 69 et ux Jane F. (nee Brock 69) Doughty
   dm 1865 Sep 16? at 18Y and interred Hopewell Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery.

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Mary G. Doughty 70
   bm 1838 Oct 19 to George Toffey Doughty 69 et ux Elizabeth Van Benschoten 69

William Henry Doughty 70
   bm 1840 Mar 01 to George Toffey Doughty 69 et ux Elizabeth Van Benschoten 69
   mf 1883 Apr 23 Lucy E. Packer 70
   df 1885 Jul 17
   mf 1887 Dec 14 Edith S. (nee Chatterton 70) Bryant
   bf 1862 May 30
   n. William was Chief Clerk under Chauncey M. Depew, Secretary of State in
      Albany, NY.  Later he was Chief Cashier (VP) of the Guardian Saving Bank
      in New York, NY and subsequently an investor in Union Stock Yards, NYC, NY
   df 1904 Sep 30
   dm 1906 May 17
 with Lucy E. (nee Packer 70) Doughty
   no issue
 with Edith S. (nee Chatterton 70) Bryant 70 Doughty
   Laura I 71
   b18881213

Edward Doughty 70
   bm 1842 Jun 12 to George Toffey Doughty 69 et ux Elizabeth Van Benschoten 69

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Mary Jane Doughty 70
   bf 1826 Jul 22 to John Morris Doughty 69 et ux Phoebe (nee Compton 69)
      Doughty at Elizabeth, PA.
   mm 1842 Mar 22 Jubal Stover 70 in Gallia Co., OH.
   bm 1817 Oct 11 in Lawrence Co., OH.
   n. Hardesty's History, Gallia Co., OH. 1882 P23.
   n. In 1870 & 1880 Gallia Co., Ohio censuses.
   n. Pheobe J. df 18470811, Charles dm 18520822, Elijah dm 18520820, Rachel E.
      bf in Saundersville, Gallia Co., OH, df 1905 in Lincoln Co., VA. All
      children b in Gallia Co., OH.
   dm 1894 Feb 14 in Gallia Co., OH.
 with Jubel Stover 70
   Mary M 71      Phoebe J 71    Marinda 71     Charles 71     Elijah 71
   b18431011      b18450714      b18471126      b18490811      b18510331
   Rachel E 71    Lewis M 71     Malinda A 71   Clarinda C 71  Sarilda C 71
   b18530718      b18551008      b18571201      b18600302      b18620219
   Jubel M 71     Cynthia 71     Elza 71
   b18641126      b18670101      b18700812

Isaac Wesley Doughty 70
   bm 1828 Mar 28 to John Morris Doughty 69 et ux Phoebe (nee Compton 69)

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Harriet A. Doughty 70
   bf 1814 ___ __ to Charles Morris Doughty 69 et ux Mary (nee McDowell 69)
      Doughty in Pittsburg, PA
   mm ____ ___ __ Dudley Mayo 70
   bm 1810
   dm
   mm ____ ___ __ Putnam Craig 70
   n. Mary Augusta Mayo 71 mm Dr. Foster; Julia Mayo 71 mm _ Russel Righter;
      Harriet Mayo 71 mm Albert Crutchfield, then Putnam Craig and had children
      Olive Craig 72 mm Timothy Trigg, Bettie Craig 72.
 with Dudley Mayo 70
   Mary A 71      Julia 71       Harriet 71
   b
 with Putnam Craig 70
   Olive 71       Bettie 71

Margaret Elizabeth Doughty 70
   bf 1816 ___ __ to Charles Morris Doughty 69 et ux Mary (nee McDowell 69)
      Doughty in Pittsburg, PA
   mm ____ ___ __ William Windsor 70
 with William Windsor 70
   son 71

Charles Linton Doughty 70
   bm 1818 ___ __ to Charles Morris Doughty 69 et ux Mary (nee McDowell 69)
      Doughty in Pittsburg, PA
   n. not married

William McDowell Doughty 70
   bm 1819 Nov 01 to Charles Morris Doughty 69 et ux Mary (nee McDowell 69)
      Doughty in Pittsburg, PA
   mf 1843 Nov 16 Martha Brandon Guthrie 70 in Pittsburg, PA
   bf 1824 ___ __ to James Verner Guthrie 69
   n. lived in Chicago, IL ca 1850, then OH
   n.  William M. Doughty, Chicago, 1862 GJB76 http://moa.umdl.umich.edu/cgi-bin
       /moa/sgml/moa-idx?notisid=ACG2248-1496LADI-444
   dm 1882 Jun 16 in Cincinnati, OH
   df 1902
 with Martha Brandon (nee Guthrie 70) Doughty
   Martha G 71    Charles L 71   Sarah 71       James K 71     Harriet H 71
   b1844          b1846          b1848          b1853          b1859
   Marie Cook 71
   b1862
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Charles Augustus Doughty 70
   bm 1815 Jul 09 to Isaac Doughty 69 with Margaret (nee Stout 69) Doughty
   mf 1840 Jan 20 Eliza Forrester Weeks 70
   bf 1818 ___ __ to Samuel Weeks 69 et ux Esther (nee Ireland 69) Weeks
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R555 P510B L16 795/2138
      NY, New York Co., NYC 17th Ward
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 24, _ G. Haviland, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Charles A. Doughty         36M Builder                    NY
 Eliza F.                   38M                            NY
 Isaac                      10M                            NY       S
 James R.                    8M                            NY       S
 Mary L.                     6F                            NY       S
 Hannah U.?                  4F                            NY
 Charles A.                  2M                            NY
 Caroline E.                22F                            NY
 Mary Albetha               20F                            France
   p. CAD5o Charles Augustus Doughty 70 photograph c1862 held by DMS
   n. he was a house carpenter and they lived in Brooklyn, NY.
   n. Roster of Union Soldiers 1861-1865 NY M551,32-62, edited by Janet B.
      Hewett, Broadfoot Pub. Co.: 4th Hvy. Arty. Co. M
   n. gr. grandfather of Wm. Doughty Scott
   df 1863 Jun 03 interred Cypress Hills Cemetery, Kings Co., NY
   dm 1886 Feb 23 interred Cypress Hills Cemetery, Kings Co., NY
 with Eliza Forrester (nee Weeks 70) Doughty
   Isaac L 71     James F 71     Mary L 71      Hannah W 71    Charles A 71
   b18401017      b18420719      b18451012      b18461015      b18481214
   Frank E 71     George I 71    Harry S 71     Samuel W 71
   b18510216      b18530111      b18550205      b1856

Mary Stout Doughty 70
   bf 1816 Oct 12 to Isaac Doughty 69 with Margaret (nee Stout 69) Doughty
   n. not married
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R555 P510B L9 795/2137
      NY, New York Co., NYC 17th Ward
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 24, _ G. Haviland, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Rebecca I. Freeland        35F                            NY
 Sarah L.                   17F                            NY
 Martha A.                  13F                            NY       S
 Eliza H.                   10F                            NY       S
 Mary Doughty               30F                            NY
 William Overalta           21M                            NY
 Catherine Hagarty          36F                            Ire       I
   n. Mary Doughty has a nephew James Freeland Doughty.
   df 1885 Mar 06 interred 1885 Mar 09 Cypress Hills Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings
      Co., NY

Margaret Furman Doughty 70
   bf 1819 Apr 06 to Isaac Doughty 69 with Margaret (nee Stout 69) Doughty
   n. not married
   df 1902 Jun 22

Caroline Elizabeth Doughty 70
   bf 1824 Apr 30 to Isaac Doughty 69 with Margaret (nee Stout 69) Doughty
   n. not married
   n. 1850 Census with brother Charles Augustus Doughty
   df 1899 ___ __ interred 1899 Dec 10 Cypress Hills Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings
      Co., NY
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John Doughty 70
   bm 1831 ___ __ to Christopher Doughty 69 et ux Delia Ann (nee Herbert 69)
      Doughty
   dm 1852

Charles Doughty 70
   bm 1832 ___ __ to Christopher Doughty 69 et ux Delia Ann (nee Herbert 69)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Esther Keach 70
   bf 1836
   df 1901
   dm 1901
 with Esther (nee Keach 70) Doughty
   Charles 71     Adeline 71     Ida M 71       Adelaide 71    George 71
   b1856          b1859          b1861          b1864          b1872
   Esther 71
   b1875

David Doughty 70
   bm 1846 ___ __ to Christopher Doughty 69 et ux Delia Ann (nee Herbert 69)
      Doughty

Robert F. Doughty 70
   bm 1848 ___ __ to Christopher Doughty 69 et ux Delia Ann (nee Herbert 69)
      Doughty

Mary Doughty 70
   bm 1849 ___ __ to Christopher Doughty 69 et ux Delia Ann (nee Herbert 69)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Samuel Corse 70
   bm 1850
   dm 1900

William Doughty 70
   bm 1849 ___ __ to Christopher Doughty 69 et ux Delia Ann (nee Herbert 69)
      Doughty

James Doughty 70
   bm 1852 ___ __ to Christopher Doughty 69 et ux Delia Ann (nee Herbert 69)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Amanda Eustace 70
   bf 1856
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Nathan Doughty 70
   bm 1840 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 69 et ux Catherine Ann (nee Wooley 69)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Taylor 70
   bf 1845
   df 1899
   dm 1899
 with Mary (nee Taylor 70) Doughty
   Margaret 71    Alvin 71       Kate 71        Franklin W 71  Lydia 71
   b1869          b1872          b1877          b1879          b1886
   Milton 71
   b1888

Benjamin Doughty 70
   bm 1845 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 69 et ux Catherine Ann (nee Wooley 69)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Charlotte Smith 70
   bf 1842
   df 1916
 with Charlotte (nee Smith 70) Doughty
   Elverton 71    Effie May 71
   b1869          b1879

Elizabeth Ann Doughty 70
   bf 1842 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 69 et ux Catherine Ann (nee Wooley 69)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Charles Pitt Worthley 70
   bm 1843

Emily Doughty 70
   bf 1843 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 69 et ux Catherine Ann (nee Wooley 69)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Thomas B. Minton 70
   bm 1844
   n. Bert Worden reports an Emily Doughty who married a William Minton in the
      Minton GenForum 867.  I have asked for clarification.
      Elizabeth Minton 71 mm Thomas McGrath. The Mintons were of Fair Haven,
      N. J.  see also Doughty GenForum 974 and my response.
 with _ Minton 70
   Elizabeth 71

Matilda Doughty 70
   bf 1845 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 69 et ux Catherine Ann (nee Wooley 69)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Charles Parker 70
   bm 1844
   dm 1910
   df 1937

Charles Edwin Doughty 70
   bm 1847 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 69 et ux Catherine Ann (nee Wooley 69)
      Doughty
   dm 1847

William W. Doughty 70
   bm 1848 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 69 et ux Catherine Ann (nee Wooley 69)
      Doughty
   dm 1852

Johnny Doughty 70
   bm 1851 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 69 et ux Catherine Ann (nee Wooley 69)
      Doughty
   dm 1852

Charles Doughty 70
   bm 1853 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 69 et ux Catherine Ann (nee Wooley 69)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Eva A. Wilbur 70
   bf 1854

John Doughty 70
   bm 1854 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 69 et ux Catherine Ann (nee Wooley 69)
      Doughty

Maria Doughty 70
   bf 1855 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 69 et ux Catherine Ann (nee Wooley 69)
      Doughty

Robert L. Doughty 70
   bm 1857 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 69 et ux Catherine Ann (nee Wooley 69)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Ella Allen 70
   bf 1872
   df 1939

William B. Doughty 70
   bm 1860 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 69 et ux Catherine Ann (nee Wooley 69)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Anna B. Bucherer 70
   bf 1860
   dm 1931
   df 1949

Joseph Wooley Doughty 70
   bm 1861 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 69 et ux Catherine Ann (nee Wooley 69)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Mabel L. 70
   bf 1862
 with Mabel L.
   Joseph H 71
   b1893

John L. Doughty 70
   bm 1862 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 69 et ux Catherine Ann (nee Wooley 69)
      Doughty
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Elizabeth Doughty 70
   bf 1845 ___ __ Benjamin Doughty 69 et ux Rebecca H. (nee Jones 69) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Charles N. Allen 70
   bm 1842
   df 1900
 with Charles N. Allen 70
   John N 71      Ella 71        Georgianna 71  Robert 71      Edna 71
   b1869          b1872          b1877          b1879          b1881
   William 71
   b1883

Ellen Doughty 70
   bf 1848 ___ __ Benjamin Doughty 69 et ux Rebecca H. (nee Jones 69) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Martin 70
   bm 1845
   df 1896
 with _ Martin 70
   William 71     Elizabeth 71   Carry 71       Benjamin 71    Grace 71
   b1869          b1871          b1873          b1875          b1877

Richard Doughty 70
   bm 1850 ___ __ Benjamin Doughty 69 et ux Rebecca H. (nee Jones 69) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Sophia _ 70
   bf 1850
   df 1900
 with Sophia (nee _ 70) Doughty
   Edith 71       Samuel 71      Irene 71       Rebecca 71
   b1869          b1870          b1878          b1880

Laura Doughty 70
   bf 1852 ___ __ Benjamin Doughty 69 et ux Rebecca H. (nee Jones 69) Doughty

Rebecca Doughty 70
   bf 1854 ___ __ Benjamin Doughty 69 et ux Rebecca H. (nee Jones 69) Doughty

Ernest Doughty 70
   bm 1856 ___ __ Benjamin Doughty 69 et ux Rebecca H. (nee Jones 69) Doughty

Mary Doughty 70
   bf 1858 ___ __ Benjamin Doughty 69 et ux Rebecca H. (nee Jones 69) Doughty

Lisa Doughty 70
   bf 1859 ___ __ Benjamin Doughty 69 et ux Rebecca H. (nee Jones 69) Doughty

Edward M. Doughty 70
   bm 1859 ___ __ Benjamin Doughty 69 et ux Rebecca H. (nee Jones 69) Doughty

Grace Doughty 70
   bf 1860 ___ __ Benjamin Doughty 69 et ux Rebecca H. (nee Jones 69) Doughty

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John R. Doughty 70
   bm 1851 ___ __ Richard Doughty 69 et ux Hannah (nee _ 69) Doughty
   dm 1859

Josephine Doughty 70
   bf 1852 ___ __ Richard Doughty 69 et ux Hannah (nee _ 69) Doughty
   df 1861

Mary A. Doughty 70
   bf 1854 ___ __ Richard Doughty 69 et ux Hannah (nee _ 69) Doughty
   df 1854

Richard Doughty 70
   bm 1856 ___ __ Richard Doughty 69 et ux Hannah (nee _ 69) Doughty
   dm 1942

Mary E. Doughty 70
   bf 1861 ___ __ Richard Doughty 69 et ux Hannah (nee _ 69) Doughty
   df 1932

Albert Doughty 70
   bm 1862 ___ __ Richard Doughty 69 et ux Hannah (nee _ 69) Doughty
   dm 1865

George S. Doughty 70
   bm 1863 ___ __ Richard Doughty 69 et ux Hannah (nee _ 69) Doughty
   dm 1864

Hannah M. Doughty 70
   bf 1864 ___ __ Richard Doughty 69 et ux Hannah (nee _ 69) Doughty
   df 1864

Alithea Hortense Doughty 70
   bf 1867 ___ __ Richard Doughty 69 et ux Hannah (nee _ 69) Doughty
   df 1868

Mary H. Doughty 70
   bf 1870 ___ __ Richard Doughty 69 et ux Hannah (nee _ 69) Doughty
   df 1932
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Duryea Kissam Doughty 70
   bm 1852 Jul 26 to William Nelson Doughty 69 et ux Alice (nee Humber 69)
      Doughty

Benjamin Franklin Doughty 70
   bm 1853 Aug 07 to William Nelson Doughty 69 et ux Alice (nee Humber 69)
      Doughty in NY.
   mf~1875 ___ __ Mary Emma Stubbs 70
   bf 1860 May 02 to William Leggett Stubbs 69 et ux Phoebe Ann (nee Sheffield
      69) Stubbs in NY.
   n. sailor
   dm 1895 Mar 24 at 39Y interred NJ, Camden, New Camden Cem., Sec 2, Lot R-1,
      Grave 23, no headstone. CaCHS WPA P354-4 1937, P4445-4 1938.
   df 1890 Jun 12 at 30Y interred NJ, Camden, Camden Cem.  Parents listed as
      William M. and Alice.
   df 1918 Apr 09  Bill's data in error - note.
 with Mary Emma (nee Stubbs 70) Doughty
   Leonard 71     Edna Louise 71
   b1880          b18840327

William Nelson Doughty 70
   bm 1854 Oct 19 to William Nelson Doughty 69 et ux Alice (nee Humber 69)
      Doughty in NY.
   mf 1878 ___ __ Phoebe Jane Stubbs 70
   bf 1854 Dec 24 to William Leggett Stubbs 69 et ux Phoebe Ann (nee Sheffield
      69) Stubbs in NY.
   df 1926 Jun 07 in NY.
 with Phoebe Jane (nee Stubbs 70) Doughty
   William N 71   Arthur A 71    Samuel S 71    Clarence C 71  Lauretta L 71
   b18801224      b18830920      b18851209      b18890215      b18951107
   Raymond 71
   b18971220

Mary Elizabeth Doughty 70
   bf 1856 Apr 26 to William Nelson Doughty 69 et ux Alice (nee Humber 69)
      Doughty

Joseph Doughty 70
   bm 1857 Jun 16 to William Nelson Doughty 69 et ux Alice (nee Humber 69)
      Doughty

Rebecca Doughty 70
   bf 1859 Feb 18 to William Nelson Doughty 69 et ux Alice (nee Humber 69)
      Doughty

Leonard Doughty 70
   bm 1860 ___ __ William Nelson Doughty 69 et ux Alice (nee Humber 69)
      Doughty
   dm young
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Thomas V. Doughty 70
   bm 1824 Jul __ to John Bunker Doughty 69 et ux Phebe nee (VanVlack 69)
      Doughty in Unionvale, Dutdhess Co., NY,
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth J.
   bf 1840 in CT.
   df<1900 Jun 06
 with Elizabeth J
   John G 71      Carrie M 71    Alice P 71     Sophia A 71    Emily E 71
   b185711        b186007        b186301        b186511        b186902

John Henry Doughty 70
   bm 1830 Mar 19 to John Bunker Doughty 69 et ux Phebe nee (VanVlack 69)
      Doughty in Unionvale, Dutdhess Co., NY,
   mf 1860 May 10 Elizabeth Woodin 70
   bf~1840 in NY.
   dm 1905 Jan 28 in Mattewan, Dutchess Co., NY.
 with Elizabeth (nee Woodin 70) Doughty
   Thomas J 71    Edgar 71       Robert W 71    Mary E b 71    Phebe 71
   ~1865          ~1867          b18681213      b18720623      ~1872
   John H 71      Elizabeth A 71
   ~1876          ~1879

Edgar V. Doughty 70
   bm 1840 May __ to John Bunker Doughty 69 et ux Phebe nee (VanVlack 69)
      Doughty in CT.
   dm 1903 Mar 21 and interred in Cornwall Hollow, Litchfield Cemetery, Cornwall
      CT.

Jane Elizabeh "Jennie" Doughty 70
   bf~1848 ___ __ to John Bunker Doughty 69 et ux Phebe nee (VanVlack 69)
      Doughty in Cornwall, Litchfield Co., CT.
   df 1885 Aug 23 in Sharon, Litchfield Co., Ct.
   mm 1866 Sep 07 Joseph Weller Strong 70
   bm 1843 Aug
 with Joseph Weller Strong 70 3 children
 with Frederick M. Reed 70 2 children

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William Nelson Doughty 70
   bm 1843 ___ __ to Joseph H. D. Doughty 69 et ux Mary (nee _ 69) Doughty

Mary Rebecca Doughty 70
   bf 1844 ___ __ to Joseph H. D. Doughty 69 et ux Mary (nee _ 69) Doughty
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James F. Doughty 70
   bm 1848 ___ __ to Leonard Dove Doughty 69 in NY.
   dm 1920 Oct 13 at 72Y, occupation carpenter, interred NJ, Camden, Evergreen
      Cem. CaCHS
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Mary Kate Doughty 70
   bf 1848 ___ __ to Benjamin J. Doughty 69 et ux Mary Ann (nee _ 69)
      Doughty
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Charles A. Doughty 71
   bm 1852 Feb 29 to Epenetus Doughty 70 et ux Matilda (nee Miner 70) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Evelyn Calista Osburn 71
   bf 1854
   dm 1917
   df 1932 Aug
 with Evelyn Calista (nee Osburn 71) Doughty
   Herman W 72
   b18731213

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Emma Corrine Doughty 71
   bf 1859 May 21 to Edward Doughty 70 et ux Cornelia in NY.
   n. 1888 becane a librarian.
   df 1933 Sep 05 in NYC, NY while working as a branch librarian at NYPL.
      2007/12/11 Bob Sink.

Mary Doughty 71
   bf 1866 Feb __ to Edward Doughty 70 et ux Cornelia

John Doughty 71
   bm 1870 Jul __ to E. Doughty 70 et ux Cornelia  in NY.
   mf ____ ___ __ Lizzie _ 71
   bf 1866 Sep __ in PA.
   n. 1900 Census with John's mother

Caroline Mathilde Doughty 71
   bf 1834 ___ __ to Harry Nelson Doughty 70 et ux Sarah Lois (nee Waller 69)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Alfred Bostwick 71
   bm 1830
   df 1880
   dm 1892
 with Alfred Bostwick 71
   John F 72
   b1867
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Mary Etta Doughty 71
   bf 1854 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 70 et ux Phebe (nee Smith 70) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ David Madison Cronk 71
   bm 1851
   df 1934
   dm 1937
 with David Madison Cronk 71
   Edward A 72
   b1878

James E. Doughty 71
   bm 1841 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 70 et ux Hannah (nee Rider 70) Doughty

Calvin W. Doughty 71
   bm 1844 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 70 et ux Hannah (nee Rider 70) Doughty

John C. Doughty 71
   bm 1846 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 70 et ux Hannah (nee Rider 70) Doughty

Mary E. Doughty 71
   bf 1849 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 70 et ux Hannah (nee Rider 70) Doughty
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George Doughty 71
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas E. Doughty 70 et ux Hannah (nee Shourds 70) Doughty

Adeline Doughty 71
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas E. Doughty 70 et ux Hannah (nee Shourds 70) Doughty

William Doughty 71
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas E. Doughty 70 et ux Hannah (nee Shourds 70) Doughty

Frank Doughty 71
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas E. Doughty 70 et ux Hannah (nee Shourds 70) Doughty

Arthur Doughty 71
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas E. Doughty 70 et ux Hannah (nee Shourds 70) Doughty

Fred Doughty 71
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas E. Doughty 70 et ux Harriet (nee Hartwell 70) Smith
   mf
 with
   Marcia C 72

Charles Doughty 71
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas E. Doughty 70 et ux Harriet (nee Hartwell 70) Smith

Norman Doughty 71
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas E. Doughty 70 et ux Harriet (nee Hartwell 70) Smith

Elizabeth Doughty 71
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas E. Doughty 70 et ux Harriet (nee Hartwell 70) Smith

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_ Doughty 71
   bm 18__ ___ __ to Isaiah Doughty 70 et ux Elizabeth.  May be Reuben.

William M. Doughty 71
   bm 1822 Apr 19 to Isaiah Doughty 70 et ux Elizabeth
   mf ____ ___ __ Susan _ 71, stone found by GJB76 at burial plot. Another there
      says "George Y. Keen/...eb10, 1854?/Died Oct __ 1897." It may be worth
      obtaining his death certificate from NJA, if possible.
      I had her last name, but can't find it now.  It is not Keen.
   bf 1815 May 17
   df 1849 Feb 12 interred Mt. Pleasant Cem., Millville, NJ, beside Richard B.
   n. GJB analysis - John in the 1860 Census is Wm & Susan's son.
   n. It's amazing what a little rechecking can do. I stopped at Mt. Pleasant
      Cemetery in Millville, NJ, tonight to say hello to a few ancestors. I
      hopped out of the car and checked out the cedar tree marking the plot of
      William M. Doughty. Somehow, I had missed something before.  William M.
      had a second wife.
         Along with the stone that verifies William M. and son Richard B's data,
      there were two more stones back-to-back in the 6-person plot. One says,
      "George Y. Keen/...eb 10, 1854?/Died Oct __ 1897." Behind the cedar tree
      at Richard's grave was, "Susan/wife of/W. M. Doughty/Born May 17,
      1815/Died Feb. 12, 1849."
         Notice that the eldest son of Hannah Doughty was William, born about
      1852. Since Susan died in 1849 and Hannah shows as the wife of William
      M. in the 1850 census, the time of the second marriage is pretty well
      narrowed down. Most important is that Susan's grave being in Millville
      before William M. appears in Burlington County reinforces the notion
      that William M. was a son of Isaiah Doughty of Millville.
         And now we have a clue as to the origin of the John Doughty, bc1846,
      who pops up out of age order at the bottom of the list of children of
      William and Hannah in the 1860 census. I would bet that he was the son
      of William M. and Susan Doughty, so a half-brother to the rest of the
      listed children.  bingham jnlk.com 2000 Jan 11 00:24
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah Ann Thompson 71
   bf 1830 ___ __ to William Thompson 70 et ux Hannah (nee Weeks 70) Thompson.
      They were married 1820 Jul 06 NJ_BuCMR P228.
   n. GJB76 see 1850 Census, Southampton, Burlington Co., NJ
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R___ P___ L__ _/_
      NJ, Burlington Co., Southampton Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William Doughty            28
 Hannah                     20
 Elizabeth                  54
 Rachel                     18
   ld 1856 Oct 06 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1857 Feb 25 B_90 P97 20090622 NJ_CuCH RWC.
      Grantor: Richard D. Wood et ux Juliana R. of Phila.
      Grantee: William_Doughty ov Millville, Cumb. Co., NJ.
      Transaction: $1,000 for lot.
      Description: Lot begining on Church St. at NWesterly corner of New Church.
      Thence along Church St.. N 40 feet to corner of Francis Tyler's lot;
      Thence along Southern side of Tyler's lot 150 ft. to a corner;
      Thence Southerly parallel to Church St. 40 feet to a corner;
      Thence along Northerly side 150 ft to POB.
   ld 1857 Feb 19 NJ_CuC Mortgages B_13 P305 abstract by Glenn Bingham - GJB
      Mortgagor: William Doughty and Hannah Ann his wife of Millville
      Transaction: $600
      Mortgagee: Mutual Savings Fund & Building Association
      Description: "Lot on Church Street in the new part of the town of
      Millville"
      NW'ly corner of new church lot
      N along Church St 40'
      Corner of Francis Tyler's lot
      Southern side of Tyler's lot 150'
      40' S. parallel to Church St.
      150' to beginning
      Ack: E.G. McClong
      Original deed satisfied 1866 (?) Jan 18
      Theophilus Compton, Clerk
      [William M. and Hannah Ann Thompson Doughty. William, son of Isaiah, son
      of Elias. This lot is in the vicinity of the iron foundry.]
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R687 P728 L36 440/475
      NJ, Cumberland Co, Millville Twsp., P64
      PO: Port Elizabeth, 1860 Aug 24 James Smith, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemark
 William Doughty            38M Iron Moulder     1000   300NJ
 Hannah                     30F                            NJ
 William                     8M                            NJ       X
 Ephraim                     5M                            NJ       X
 Richard                     3M                            NJ
 Sarah E.                    1F                            NJ
 John Doughty               14M                            NJ
 Rebecca Warner             24F Domestic                   NJ
   n. R. D. Wood & Co.  2007/10/20  GJB76.
      He owned big parcels in Millville with a guy named Darnell, who seemed to
      disappear. He dammed the Maurice River, creating Union Lake. With the
      power he ran a glass factory, a cotton mill and bleachery, and an iron
      foundry. It's the same family that owns Wawa, HQ'd in Millville. In fact,
      the current CEO is Richard Wood.
      2007/10  From Tim McCorriston/GJB76.
      Millville Foundry Pay List, from 18630131
      New Jersey .... P?
      L30 71 Hannah Doughty          12.11
      L36 74 W^m M Doughty           16.18
      Millville Foundry Pay List, from 186302
      New Jersey .... P10 L37
      27 George Doughty              36.00
      Millville Foundry Pay List, from 18670331
      P5.. L4 91 Reuben Doughty      80.09
      Millville Foundry Pay List, from 18670531
      P89 L11 91 Reuben Doughty     105.77
      P89 L18 15 Eliza Dougherty     19.27
      Millville Foundry Pay List, from 18670731
      Sundries Dr ..mder
      P125 L11 132  Annie Doughty     3.82
      Millville Foundry Pay List 18730707-0804
                                              Total          Coal&        Amount  Cash
          Name              Time Wages Amount Amount  Store  Wood   Rent   Due   Total  Rem
      L4  Eph Doughty          1  1.95   1.95
      L11 Rich Doughty        23  1.54  35.42
                               3  1.25
      L12 Eph Doughty         17  1.00   Deduct from J. D. Thompson (alone)
      L16 Dph Doughty          2  1.95   3.90
      18730804-0901
          Restore Doughty    3.5  1.00   3.50
      18730901-1006
          Rich Doughty        27  1.85  44.66
      18731231-18740203
      187. Jun 15 to Jul 15
      L16 John Doughty                  78.56  78.56    .60                      77.96
      L19 Wm M Doughty       Cleaning   21.06
                             Appraisal  11.49
                                        70.30
                             ..nyan      3.04
      L20 Wm Doughty, Jr.               70.10 176.19  54.57                     121.62
       ?   Jul 15 to Aug 15
      L20 Ephraim Doughty     25   1.54 38.50
      Millville Foundry Pay List, from 18721231-18730203
                                              Total          Coal&        Amount  Cash
          Name              Time Wages Amount Amount  Store  Wood   Rent   Due   Total  Rem
      187_
      L5  Eph Doughty       24 1.54 40.49  40.49 2890                              0.00 3@1.95
      L11 Rich Doughty       8 1.54 12.32  12.32                                   0.00 1 D.L. $3.00
      L12 Will Doughty, Jr.  4 1.95  7.85   7.85                                  46.80
      Millville Foundry Pay List, from 18730804-18730901
      L?  Restore Doughty  3.5 1.00  3...
      18740202-0302
          R. Doughty         24 1.00 24.00  24.00  24.00
          Reuben Doughty     10      15.00  15.00  15.00
      18750710-0809
       Carters
          R. Doughty         22 1.50 33.00  33.00  31.63 1.57
                      1.5day1.04-.62   .46
      Millville Foundry Pay List, fro  18910829
      P176 L10 Lorenzo Doughty
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R___ P___ L
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twp.
      PO: Chews Landing, 1860 Jul 12 Joshua Sickler, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc         RE    PP    BP      FMB  M  SIRem
 William Doughty            52  Iron moulder
 Hannah                     40
 William T.                 17  Iron worker
 Ephraim                    15  Cotton mill
 Richard                    12
 Lewis                      10
 Anna                        6
   n. 1895/6 NJ_CuC Directory, William M. Doughty, 907 Church St, Millville, NJ.
   dm 1897 Sep 22 at 75.5 white, farmer, bpNJ, at 907 Church St., Millville, NJ,
      father: Isaiah Doughty bpUS, mother: Elizabeth Doughty bpUS.  Samuel D.
      Burnett, medical attendant of 16 S. High St., Undertaker: Person & Ware of
      High St.; D69 NJBR, interred Mt. Pleasant Cem., Millville, NJ by cedar
      tree at west end and inside loop of second or third road from Main St.
      GJB76 c1992
   df 1907 Apr 22 at 76Y white, bpNJ, at 907 Church St., Millville, NJ. Lifetime
      resident of NJ, father: William Thompson bpUS, mother: Hannah bpUS.
      Undertaker M. H. Christy, Medical Attendant: R. Charlesworth, MA.
      of cerebral apoplexy interred Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Millville, NJ.
 with Susan (nee Mcsomething 71) Doughty
   John 72
   b1846
 with Hannah A. (nee Thompson 71) Doughty
   Isaac 72       William T 72   Ephraim D 72   Richard B 72   Sarah E 72
   b              b18521030      b1855          b18570531      b1859
   Lewis 72       Anna 72
   b1860          b1864

John Doughty 71
   bm 1826 ___ __ to Isaiah Doughty 70 et ux Elizabeth
   ld 1847 Feb 23 NJ_CuCDR B_77 P61 Rec. 1847 Mar 22
      Grantor: Henry Hampton et ux Sarah, of Maurice River, Cumberland Co.,
      N. J.
      Grantee: John Doughty of Millville, Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $45
      Description: Lot of land in the village of Millville, Cumberland Co.,
      N. J.
      Beginning in a line on the south side of Main street, 13.5 rods from the
      line on the east side of Third street and running
      Thence first S.5W 11R14L to the north side of Smith street;
      Thence second along the line on the north side of Smith street 3R to a
      corner;
      Thence third N20E 11R14L to the line on the south side of Main street;
      Thence along the line on the south side of Main street N89:30W 3R to the
      beginning containing all the land within the above boundaries be the same
      more or less.
      Signed: Henry Hampton, Sarah Hampton
      Witness: James Ward, Henry H. Spence
   ld 1848 Feb 24 NJ_CuCDR B_78 P299 Rec. 1848 Mar 08
      Grantor: John Hoover et ux Abigail of Millville Twp., Cumberland Co.,
      N. J.
      Grantee: John Doughty
      Transaction: $675
      Description: A certain house and lot of land situate in the village of
      Millville bounded as follows:
      Beginning at the southeast corner of a lot, lately the property of Jacob
      Hoover, dec'd, in the line of the north side of Main street, and running
      Thence N 8R8L to a corner in the line of Baptist Meeting House lot;
      Thence along said lot E 3R11.5L to a corner;
      Thence S 8R8L to Main street;
      Thence N45W 3R 11.5L to the beginning containing 29 square rods be the
      same more or less which said house, land or lot is the same on which the
      said John Hoover now lives, and is part of the same John Hoover bought of
      Jeremiah Stratton by deed dated 1825 Jun 29 recorded in the Clerk's Office
      in Bridgeton in B_DV? P357 as by reference will show
      Signed: John Hoover, Abigail B. Hoover
      Witness: William G. Leake, Commissioner
   ld 1849 Feb 12 B_79 P464 1849 Feb 27
      Grantor: John Hoover et ux Abigail of Millville Twp., Cumberland Co.,
      N. J.
      Grantee: John Doughty
      Transaction: $40
      Description: Hereby grant, bargain and sell land situated in the village
      of Millville aforesaid, bound as follows:
      Beginning at a stone for a corner on Third street which is also southeast
      corner of a Baptist Church lot;
      Thence along said Third street S 2R to a corner;
      Thence W 6R more or less to said Doughty's line;
      Thence along said Doughty's line N 2R to a corner which also a corner of
      said Doughty land and along the Baptist Church lot;
      Thence bounding on said Baptist Church lot, E 6R more or less to the place
      of beginning containing 12 square rods be the same more or less.
      Signed: John Hoover, Abigail B. Hoover
      Witness: Peter G. Ludlam
   wm 1893 May   may not be with right John.
      1911 Dec 5?  B_M P111? P284?  Probate

Rachel Doughty 71
   bf 1832 ___ __ to Isaiah Doughty 70 et ux Elizabeth
   n. What happened to Rachel?

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Elias G. Doughty 71
   bm 1821 Nov 19 to Enoch Doughty 70 and Beulah (nee Taylor 70) Doughty
   mf 1843 May 27 Harriet M. C. Tice 71
   bf 1822 ___ __ to Daniel Tice 70 and Lydia (nee ____70) Tice
   ld 1847 Mar 06 NJ_CuCDR B_77 P_21. Rec. 1847 Mar 11. Abs. GJB76.
      Grantor: Thomas Corson and wife Hannah of Millville
      Grantee: Elias Doughty of same place
      Transaction: $500 for house and lot in Millville.  Purchased of Jeremiah
      Stratton 1843 Apr 28
      Description: Stone in road from Millville to Port Elizabeth [South 2nd
      Street, Delsea Drive, Route 47].  Also the SW corner of William Hampton.
      S 22.5 degrees E, 5 rods, 15 links to Mark Garton's Corner
      N 69 degrees E, 8 rods, 18 links
      N17 degrees W, 5 rods to corner of Wm. Hampton & John Stratton
      S 73 degrees W along Hampton, 9 rods 2 links
      7 Square perches [.04375 acres]
      Wit: William Stratton
   n. On the North side of South Second Street, possibly in the area of Stratton
      Avenue, South a mile or so from the glass factory--GJB
      Thomas Corson was later the second mayor of Millville. His wife was
      Hannah Hampton, no doubt associated with the neighbor, William Hampton.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R446 P149B L27 223/223
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twsp.
      1850 Aug 14 Reuben Willets Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Elias Doughty              30M Stage driver               NJ
 Harriet                    28F                            NJ
 John                        6M                            NJ       S
 Beulah                      3F                            NJ
   ld 1853 Dec 22 NJ_CuCDR B_85 P568 Rec. 1854 Feb 04
      Grantor: George Craft, adm'r of Samuel Ogden, late of the county of
      Gloucester, N. J.
      Grantee: Elias Doughty in Maurice River Twp., Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $360
      Description: Whereas said George Craft, by virtue of an order of the
      Orphan's Court of the county of Cumberland made on 1853 Sep 19, having
      first advertised the same according to law did sell land and premises at
      public vendue to the said Elias Doughty, the highest bidder, and did
      report such sale to the said Orphan's Court who by their order made 1853
      Dec 22 did confirm the sale to the said Elias Doughty house and lot of
      ground situate in the village of Port Elizabeth, Maurice River Twp.,
      Cumberland Co., N. J. bounded as follows:
      Beginning at the southwest corner of a lot formerly belonging to ?
      Furnace in Lumber street 1? and runs
      Thence beginning on said lot N10E 14R to a street called Stable? street;
      Thence by the same N80W 3.5R to a corner of Christianna Vanneman's lot,
      formerly ?'s
      Thence by the same S10W 14R to the edge of Sumber street aforesaid;
      Thence by the same S80E 3.5R to the place of beginning containing 50
      square perches more or less and is the same lot the said Samuel Ogden
      purchased of George Matthews and wife 1826 Sep 07 recorded in the Clerk's
      Office, B_XX P42 et seq.
      Signed: George Craft
      Witness: Joseph Moore, Jr.
   ld 1854 Feb 04 NJ_CuCDR B_85 P567 Rec. 1854 Feb 04
      Grantor: Sarah M. Ogden, widow of Samuel Ogden, late of Greenwich Twp.,
      Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Elias Doughty
      Transaction: $1
      Description: I, Sarah M. Ogden, widow of Samuel Ogden, do release, quit
      claim, property of said husband legally sold by George Craft, adm'r of
      the estate of Samuel Ogden on 1853 Dec 20.
      1. House and lot in the village of Port Elizabeth sold to Elias Doughty.
      2. A tract of woodland containing 25 acres more or less sold to David
      Silver.
      3. A lot of Cedar swamp lying on Nixon's branch
      Signed: Sarah M. Ogden
      Witness: James M. Wolf, William Haines
      Commissioner: James M. Wolf
   c. 1855 NJ, Maurice River Township
 Elias Doughty 4 male, 2 female, 2 school age male (5-14), 1 school age female
   ld 1856 ___ __ NJ_CuCDR B_88 P_467 Rec. 1856 Mar 15  don't have.
      Grantor: Nathan S. Vanneman, et ux
      Grantee: Elias Doughty
   df 1858 Apr 20
   n. Vineland Historical Magazine, Volume IV, Number 2, 1919, Vineland NJ
      Elias Doughty, Fourth Mayor of Vineland, son of Enoch and Beulah (Taylor)
      Doughty was born in Gloucester County, N. J., 1821 Nov 19.  At the age of
      seven years his parents moved to Millville, where he acquired the
      rudiments of an education.  He learned the trade of moulder and followed
      that occupation for twelve years.  Desiring a change he purchased the
      stage line running from Millville to Philadelphia, which he operated for
      fifteen years until the construction of the railroad rendered it
      unprofitable.
      During his residence in Millville he married, 1843 May 27, Harriet M. C.
      Tice.  Their children were: John F., Beulah, Eldridge G. and David W.
      Mrs. Doughty died 1858 April 20, and he married for the second time 1873
      Oct 29, Mrs. Elmira H. Lord, daughter of Col.  Michael Hay of Burlington,
      N. J.  In 1866 Mr. Doughty removed to Vineland and for a number of years
      was agent for the West Jersey Railroad.  Mr. Doughty's religious
      affiliations were with the Methodist Church.  In politics he was a
      Democrat, serving as a member of the Legislature in 1857.  He was chosen
      Associate judge of Cumberland County Court, and at the Spring election in
      1884 was elected Mayor of Vineland having secured 283 votes, his opponent
      Albro S. Brown, Republican, having 118 votes.  Mr. Doughty served but one
      year, the same candidates being nominated in 1885, Mr. Brown receiving the
      most votes.  Mr. Doughty resided on the north west corner of East Avenue
      and Peach St. He died 1887 September 7 and was buried in Millville.
      Mrs. Doughty died 1912 January 17.
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R687 P683 L26 141/146
      NJ, Cumberland Co, Millville Twsp., P19
      PO: Port Elizabeth, 1860 Aug 15 James Smith, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemark
 Elias Doughty              38M Hotel Keeper     3000  1000NJ
 John F.                    16M Student                             1
 Charlot B.                 13F                                     1
 Elbridge G.                 9M                                     1
 Daniel W.                   7M                                     1
 John F. Waiger             28M Div. Engineer              Pa
 Francis Y. Schellenburg    22M  "      "                  PA
 William McKim              30M Glassblower             300NY
 Thomas Wells               21M      "                     NJ
   n. 1864 Jul 12 Civil War exemption records from NY Nat'l Archives. South Jer.
      Elias Doughty (drafted), NJ, 44, RR agt, Millville, blue, grey, fair,
      5' 61/2", 14, substitution. 20090215 TM.
   n. 1866 Jun __ Judge Elias Doughty moved to Vineland, N. J.
   mf 1873 Oct 29 Elmira (nee Hayes 71) Lord 71 of Trenton, NJ by Rev. Rob't J.
      Andrews in Phila., PA  CD18731101
   bf ____ ___ __ to Michael Hays 70, Colonel
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1875 ___ __ B_B9 P386
      Grantor: J. Iszard
      Grantee: Elmira H. Doughty
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1875 ___ __ B_B9 P310
      Grantor: Elmira H. Doughty, wife of Elias Doughty.
   wm 1883 Sep 29 NJA, CuCWR B_H P641  Get
   dm 1887 Sep 07
   ld 1900 Nov 26 B_B350 P383 Elmire H. Doughty complainant against Daniel W.
      Doughty and Elbridge G. Doughty defendants in Court of Chancery, NJ
      concerning land on the South side of Delaware St., Burlington, NJ to
      William S. Braddock
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1902 B_366 464 or BuCDR
      Grantor: NJ_CuCDR Elmira H. Doughty, trustee
      Grantee: Isabella H. Andrews
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1903 B_375 237 or BuCDR
      Grantor: Elmira H. Doughty
      Grantee: Elizabeth H. Hays
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1911 B_430 439 or BuCDR
      Grantor: Elmira H. Doughty
      Grantee: Henry C. Lowden
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1911 B_466 211 or BuCDR
      Grantor: Elmira H. Doughty
      Grantee: Charles H. Sanson
   df 1912 Jan 17
 with Harriet M. C. (nee Tice) Doughty
   John F 72      C Beulah 72    Elbridge G 72  Daniel W 72
   b1844          b1847          b1851          b1855

Sarah P. Doughty 71
   bf 1823 ___ __ to Enoch Doughty 70 and Beulah (nee Taylor 70) Doughty

Thomas Doughty 71
   bm 1824 ___ __ to Enoch Doughty 70 and Beulah (nee Taylor 70) Doughty
   n. 1864 Jul 30 Civil War exemption records from NY Nat'l Archives. South Jer.
      Thomas Doughty, NJ, -, -, Egg Harbor, -, -, -, Phys. disability.
      20090215 TM.

Elizabeth Doughty 71
   bf 1826 ___ __ to Enoch Doughty 70 and Beulah (nee Taylor 70) Doughty
   mm 1849 Mar 04 _ Somers 74, NJ_ACMR P12.  I have no idea if this is a proper
      association.

Harriet Doughty 71
   bf 1828 ___ __ to Enoch Doughty 70 and Beulah (nee Taylor 70) Doughty

John McNiel Doughty 71
   bm 1831 ___ __ to Enoch Doughty 70 and Beulah (nee Taylor 70) Doughty
   mf 1850 Sep 25 Elizabeth Hilton 71

George Taylor Doughty 71
   bm 1834 Jan 17 to Enoch Doughty 70 and Beulah (nee Taylor 70) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ 71
   bf 1834 ___ __
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R687 P683 L26 141/147
      NJ, Cumberland Co, Millville Twsp., P19
      PO: Port Elizabeth, 1860 Aug 15 James Smith, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemark
 George T. Doughty          26M Constable              1000NJ
 Elizabeth                  25F                            NJ
 Rebecca G.                  7F                            NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twp.
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Elizabeth Doughty               45                 Hotel keeper
 Rebecca                         27
 Charles P.                      18

   n. 1895/6 NJ_CuC Directory. Mrs. George T. Doughty, proprietor of the
      "Doughty House," lived at 16 East Main St., Millville, NJ.
   dm 1900 Jun 02 at 64Y and interred Mt. Pleasant, Millville, NJ. MtPCR.
   df 1909 May __ at 75 and interred Mt. Pleasant, Millville, NJ. MtPCR.
 with Elizabeth (nee _ 71) Doughty
   Rebecca G 72   Charlie P 72
   b18511002      b18610622

Benjamin W. Doughty 71
   bm 1835 ___ __ to Enoch Doughty 70 and Beulah (nee Taylor 70) Doughty
   n. Evidence of relationship of Ben to Enoch i.e. a better birthdate, sent by
      Dolores makes probable connection of the Benjamin Doughty who married
      Sarah B. Vennell.
   mf 1853 Sep 21 Sarah B. Vennell 71, both of Evesham Twp. at Marlton by
      Charles B. Wilson NJVR B_C2 P84
   bf 1834 Oct 14 to Josiah Vennell 70 et ux Esther (nee Austin 70) Vennell, she
      df 1889 at the age of 74. Month & day from Colleen Kitch via DMS 20030804.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_BuCDR B_I7 P366
      Grantor: Benjamin W. Doughty et ux Sarah B.
   n. Son, b 1854 Apr 17 at Fellowship to Benj Doughty, laborer NJVR B_D1 P195B
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R___ P___ L19 748/727  1043
      NJ, Burlington Co.,
      PO: , 1860 , , Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Benjamin Doughty           25MW                           NJ
 Sarah Doughty              25FW                           NJ
 Elizabeth Doughty           4FW                           NJ
   df 1906 May 04 at 71 interred NJ, Colestown Cem., Sec. E, Lot 17, headstone
      "1834 - 1906". Info. on stone: "wife of Benjamin Doughty and daughter of
      Josiah and Esther (Austin) Vennell, who died in .."
      NJ_CaCHS, WPA P354-4 1937, P4445-4 1938.
      Lorraine Bingham research: "Colestown Cemetery 1684-1995" by J. Douglass
      Masten (1996).
   dm 1912 ___ __ Info from stone: Benjamin J. married to Sarah Vennel and had
      two children, one expiring in infancy. The other child, Elizabeth (d1907)
      married William Yapp (d1923) and is buried in an unmarked grave.
 with Sarah B. (nee Vennell 72) Doughty
   son 72         Elizabeth 72
   b18540417      b1856

Enoch F. Doughty 71
   bm 1839 ___ __ to Enoch Doughty 70 and Beulah (nee Taylor 70) Doughty
   n. apparently worked as a "Spinner" at the cotton mill in Millville, NJ.
   dm 1864 Aug 21 Butterfly Regiment, 3'rd Cavalry, Union Army at Summit Point,
      VA

Mary Doughty 71
   bf 1842 ___ __ to Enoch Doughty 70 and Beulah (nee Taylor 70) Doughty
   mm 1867 Jul 04 J. Austin Stout 71 NJCuCMR P208

Richard B. Doughty 71
   bm 1850 Sep 18 to Enoch Doughty 70 and Rebecca (nee Gray 70) Doughty
      in Millville, Cumberland Co., NJ
   n. Does the name of this child reflect Enoch's brother Richard who died
      in the 1840's? Apparently so.
   n. GJB76 found a broken grave marker in 1995 leaning against a tree in the
      Port Elizabeth, NJ Methodist Cemetery:  "__chard B. _oughty July __ 1852
      1yr, 9mo, 3days
   dm 1852 Jul 04 of dysentary in Millville, NJ  NJA VH P572
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Mary Jane Doughty 71
   bf 1828 ___ __ to John Doughty 70 et ux Hannah (nee Garrison 70) Doughty
   df 1853 ___ __ at 26Y.  Records of GJB.

Francis Allan Doughty 71
   bm 1830 Aug 11 to John Doughty 70 et ux Hannah (nee Garrison 70) Doughty
      at Millville, NJ.
   n. (from original Civil War document,
      Millville Historic Soc. - names of men liable to the draft who have paid
      the assessment of $20. ea [to exempt from serving] - GJB76.
   mf 1852 May 19 Harriet S. Craig 71. NJCuCMR.
   bf 1835 Mar 01 to James Craig 71 et ux Lydia (nee Whitaker 71) Craig at
      Millville, NJ.
   c. 1855 NJ, Millville Township
 Francis Doughty 1 male, 1 female, 0 school age male (5-14), 0 school age female
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R687 P678 L17 99/102
      NJ, Cumberland Co, Millville Twsp., P14
      PO:  Port Elizabeth, 1860 Aug 24 James Smith, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemark
 Francis Doughty            29M Glassblower             300NJ
 Harriet                    25F                            NJ
 Lydia C.                    7F                            NJ
 Mary Jane                   5F                            NJ
 John Doughty               57M Iron Moulder     2000   300NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R V    E    P     L  388/393 2003/8/8 from Dolores
      NJ,
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Francis A. Doughty           WM 49              M  Glassblower                                       NJ          NJ          NJ
 Harriet                         45   wf         M  Keeps house                                       NJ          NJ          NJ
 Jennie                          25   dau       S   Schoolteacher                                     NJ          NJ          NJ
 John                            18   son       S   Wks glasswks                                      NJ          NJ          NJ
 James                           13   son       S   Wks glasswks                                      NJ          NJ          NJ
 Sarah Langley                 WF 29  boarder   S   Schoolteacher                                     NJ          NJ          NJ
 Mary Oliver                      24  boarder   S   Schoolteacher                                     NJ          Ire         Ire
 Ida Madden                       24  boarder   S   Schoolteacher                                     NJ          NJ          NJ

   n. Cumberland County Corporations, Book 1-- 1: 38.  GJB76.
      Hope Savings Fund and Building Association--Millville
      William M. Manks
      Eugene B. Goodwin [President in other documents]
      Francis A. Doughty
      A. J. Moore
      Lewis F. Mulford
      Barkley Reneer
      Jas. McLoughlin
      Howard A. Mickle
      Alex Gillen
      Wm McClure
      Edmund Kershaw
      James W. Fithian
   df 1886 Jun 05 and interred at Millville, NJ.
   n. 1895/6 NJ_CuC Directory.  Francis A. Doughty, glassblower
      401 N. High Street, Millville, NJ.
   wm 1897 May 12 ANJ 5667F  CuCWR B_S P367
      In the name of God, Amen.  I, Francis A. Doughty of
      the City of Millville, County of Cumberland and State of New Jersey, being
      of sound and disposing mind and memory make and publish this my last and
      testament as follows, hereby revoking all former wills by me made.  First
      I direct all my just debts and my funeral expenses to be paid as soon as
      may be reasonable after my decease.  Second, I give and bequeath to my
      beloved son James S. Doughty, the sum of one dollar.  Thire, The balance
      of my estate I do hereby order and direct to be divided equally between my
      son John P. Doughty, my granddaughter Ethel Weber, and my daughter in law
      Etta W. Doughty, wife of my son James, share and share alike.  Fourth, I
      do give to my executors hereafter named, or to the survivors of theirs,
      full power and authority to grant, bargain, sell and convey any or all of
      my lands and real estate to my person or persons, at public or private
      sale at such times and upon such terms as they shall thing for the best
      interests of my estate.  I do hereby constitute and appoint my son John P.
      Doughty and my beloved friend, Theodore Davis of the City of Bridgeton,
      New Jersey, executors of this my last will and testament in witness
      whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal, this twelth day of May
      Eighteen Hundred and ninety seven.  Witness Martin W. Lane, George W.
      Weber.
   dm 1897 May 25 and interred Millville
      1897 Jun 10 Proved Book J of Inventories, P642. Inventory 1897 Jun 08 by
      John P. Doughty, William G. Champion and George W. Boody.
   n. Two oil paintings are in the inventory.
 with Harriet S. (nee Craig 71) Doughty
   Lydia C 72     Mary J 72      John P 72      Velma 72       James C 72
   b18530222      b18541127      b1855          b18651019      b18670617

Charles Pitman Doughty 71
   bm 1834 Mar 01 to John Doughty 70 et ux Hannah (nee Garrison 70) Doughty
   ld 1856 Mar 08 NJ_CuCDR B_88 P446
      Grantor: Richard_D._Wood
      Grantee: Charles_P._Doughty,_et_al
   dm 1859 May 15 at 25.2.14

Harriet Doughty 71
   bf 1835 ___ __ to John Doughty 70 et ux Hannah (nee Garrison 70) Doughty
   mm 1873 Jun 30 Andrew Booy 71, probably Boody NJ_ACMR P8, I made this
      association without evidence other than proximous dates. rwc75.

James Doughty 71
   bm 1836 ___ __ to John Doughty 70 et ux Hannah (nee Garrison 70) Doughty
   dm 1843 Sep 17 at 8Y.

Sarah E. Doughty 71
   bf 1838 ___ __ to John Doughty 70 et ux Hannah (nee Garrison 70) Doughty

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Israel Ewing Doughty 71
   bm 1833 Oct 11 to Richard Doughty 70 et ux Rebecca Ann (nee Borden 70)
      Doughty
   mf 1855 Sep 18 Ann Elizabeth Ivins 71
   bf 1833 Apr 27 to John Ivins 70 et ux Sarah Ann Ivins.
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R687 P447 410/410
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Bridgeton Township
      PO:  Bridgeton, 1860 Jun 28 E. E. Sheppard, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemark
 Ovid Vaneman               55M Farmer           2000   350NJ
 Mary                       58F Wife                       NJ
 Elias                      20M                            NJ
 Israel Doughty             27M Nail Cutter       175   199NJ
 Ann                        26F Wife                       NJ
 Richac                      2M                            NJ
 John Ivan                 11mM                            NJ
   n. 1867 CCD nailer 508 Williams St.
   n. 1869 CCD nailer 120 Elm St.
   df 1880 Jun 20 at 47.1.23 interred First Methodist Church Cemetery, R_ L_
      G CD18800626 WJP 18800623
   mf 1884 Oct 23 Hannah (nee _ 71) Morgan 71, she of Pittsgrove, he of Camden.
      CD18841101 WJP18841029 in Camden, NJ
      Mrs. Hannah Morgan, Salem Co. Deaths & Marriages, P125 - GCHS 926.2 SAL
   n. 1886 NJ_CCD Israel E., nailer, 525 Elm - same as mother & son
      1887 NJ_CCD Israel E Doughty   nailer   528 Elm Camden NJ. sq
      1888 NJ_CCD Israel E Doughty   nailer   528 Elm Camden NJ. sq
      1888 NJ_CCD Israel Doughty   nailer   525 Elm Camden NJ. sq
      1889 NJ_CCD Israel Doughty   nailer   525 Elm Camden NJ. sq
   dm 1894 Nov 02 at 61.0.27 interred First Methodist Church Cemetery, R_ L_
      G___ "In memory of Israel E. Doughty who died Nov 2nd 1894 age 61y.
      Dearest Father how we miss thee,  miss thee none but we on earth can tell,
      but we hope in heaven to meet thee, and with Christ and thee to dwell."
   wm 1894 intestate, inventory at Centerton, Salem Co., NJ
   n. Richard B. petitions for administration of his father's estate and
      this petition is in Salem Court House records.
   n. Israel Ewing Doughty Bible, Gloucester Co., NJ Historical Society
      Publications, Special Issue No. 1 - Philadelphia: William W. Harding
      1860, Back bone gone, cover loose.  Bible as referenced by H. Stanley
      Craig.  Submitted by Ruby Simonson McNeill, 1508 SW Grandview, Chehalis,
      WA 98532 to "The Doughty Tree" V2, #4 1978 Dec P65 - a quarterly
      publication out of Cape_May, NJ.
 with Ann Elizabeth (nee Ivins 71) Doughty
   Richard B 72   John Ivins 72  Mary Borden 72
   b18570821      b18590718      b18611015

Joseph Borden Doughty 71
   bm 1835 ___ __ to Richard Doughty 70 et ux Rebecca Ann (nee Borden 70)
      Doughty
   mf 1857 Apr 01 Katherine "Kate" S. Blizzard 71
   bf 1838 Sep 18 to John Ballinger Blizzard 70 et ux Hannah Buck (nee Husted
      70) Blizzard in Cumberland Co., NJ
   p. JBD71_KSBD71_1 Joseph & Kate pre-Civil War in Ancient_Gallery.
   p. JBD71_KSBD71_2 Joseph & Kate post-Civil War in Ancient_Gallery.
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R687 P447 458/458
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Bridgeton Township
      PO:  Bridgeton, 1860 Jun 28 E. E. Sheppard, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemark
 Joseph Doughty             23MWNailor                  150NJ
 Kate                       21FWwife                       NJ
 Luther M.                   2M                            NJ
 Rebecca Ann                7mF                            NJ
 Elizabeth Hildreth         18F Domestic                   NJ
   n. 1883 Jan __ at time of Elizabeth (nee Ballanger 68) Blizzard death, Kate
      is living in Oxford, Warren Co., NJ. Picture is Buck in Ancient_Gallery.
   n. Kate S. Doughty mm Charles P. Johnston 1883 May 29 by Rev. Isaac W. Bagley
      all of Camden, NJ  CD18830623  I do not understand unless this is daughter
      Luta Napier Doughty
   n. 1883 Camden City Directory, Charles P. Johnston, machinist,h Grant Ave,
      ab Cooper Ave, n C. Hill
   n. 1886 CCD boss nailer, 534 Elm
   n. 1887 NJ_CCD Joseph B Doughty laborer 614 n 6th Camden NJ. sq
      1888 NJ_CCD Joseph B Doughty laborer 614 n 6th Camden NJ. sq
      1888 NJ_CCD Joseph B Doughty laborer boards 614 n 6th Camden NJ. sq
      1889 NJ_CCD Joseph B Doughty laborer boards 614 n 6th Camden NJ. sq
      1890 NJ_CCD Joseph B Doughty nailer boards 614 n 6th Camden NJ. sq
      1891 NJ_CCD Joseph B Doughty nailer boards 614 n 6th Camden NJ. sq
   dm 1891 Nov 26 at 56y of bronchial plethisis? A machinist at the time of his
      death, he resided at 520 Elm St., Camden, NJ. Interred Bridgeton, NJ.
      Never found a stone - RWC.
   n. 1894-5 CCD Kate wd Joseph, h 540 Grant
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R___  SD1 V189 ED875 S10B L91 1707/212/220
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Philadelphia, Ward 3, 1707 Cayuga
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 07,  William Franck

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Henry C. Remick       Head  WMMar1858 47M 16    PA     PA     PA               Attorney                 0   YYYOFH
 Hannah B.             Wife  WFDec1854 54M 16 1 1NJ     NJ     NJ                                            YYY
 Raymond M.            Son   WMJun1885 14S       PA     PA     NJ               At school                9   YYY
 Catherine S.          S-I-L WFSep1838   W  2 2  NJ     NJ     NJ

   df 1928 Mar 20 at 89.6.2 of Cahaustia? with senility and a fractured femur
      contributory. Resided at 1262 Park Boulevard, 13th Wd, Camden, NJ.
      Interred 1928 Mar 23 Harleigh Cemetery with the Townsends. Father's name
      Blizzard WPA 354-4(1937) 4445-4(1938)
 with Katherine S. (nee Blizzard 71) Doughty
   Luta Napier 72 Rebecca A 72   Clara F  72
   b1858          b18591204      b186202

Caroline D. Doughty 71
   bf 1837 ___ __ to Richard Doughty 70 et ux Rebecca (nee Borden 70) Doughty
   mm 1857 May 27 Solomon Overdorf 71 Craig P182
   bm 1832
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R687 P447 410/410 P50
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Bridgeton Township
      PO:  Bridgeton, 1860 Jun 28 E. E. Sheppard, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemark
 Solomon Overdorf           23M Brick layer             200NJ
 Caroline                   22F Wife                       NJ
 Lizzie May                  2F                            NJ
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R    P179B L30 283/3264
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Bridgeton, Wd 1
      PO: Bridgeton, 1870 Jul 11, Jesse H. Lupton, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc         RE    PP    BP      FMB  M  SIRem
 William Overdorf           38MWBrick mason   1200   200PA
 Caroline                   33FW                        NJ
 Lizzie                     12FW                        NJ              S
 Thomas                      9MW                        NJ              S
 Mary                        7FW                        NJ              S
 Margaret                    5FW                        NJ
 Emma                        3FW                        NJ
 George                    15mMW                        NJ
   df 1894 ___ __ interred First Methodist Church Cemetery, R_ L_ G
   dm 1910 ___ __ interred First Methodist Church Cemetery, R_ L_ G
      "True Knight of God well done.  Be ours to follow thee, as thou hast
       followed Christ."  Israel, Caroline and George on one stone.
      1910/11/09 Obit.: Special to the Inquirer.  KA.
                         Death of Solomon Overdorf
      Bridgeton, N. J., Nov. 9 - Word was received here tonight that Solomon
      Overdorf, a pioneer resident of this city, died at the home of a daughter
      in West Philadelphia today.  Mr. Overdorf was 78 years old and served in
      the Civil War.  He leaves two daughters.  Mrs. William Firman, and Mrs. H.
      C. Jewett, and a son, Thomas B. Overdorf, of Atlantic City.
      1910/11/13 Obit.: Philadelphia Inquirer.  KA.
      Solomon Overdorf, an old time resident of Bridgeton, who died last
      Wednesday at the home of a daughter in West Philadelphia, was buried at
      Bridgeton yesterday; Brief services were held in the Commerce Street M. E.
      Church by Rev. James Burns, the pastor, and Rev. Mr. Crawford, of Fletcher
      Church, West Philadelphia.  Interment was made in Commerce Street Cemetery
 with Solomon Overdorf 71
   Lizzie 72      Thomas B 72    Mary 72        Margaret 72    Emma 72
   b1858          b1861          b1863          b1865          b1867
   George A 72    Rebecca 72     Richard 72     Stevenson V 72
   b1870          b1872          b1872          b1876
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William Howard Doughty 71
   bm 1837 Sep 11 to Ezra Thompson Doughty 70 et ux Harriette Howard (nee
      Hart 70) Doughty in Troy, Rensselaer Co., NY.
   mf 1784 Apr 07 Alice Clarkson Crosby 71
   bf 1842 ___ __ to Edward N. Crosby 70
   n. Biographical Record of the Officers and Graduates of the Rensselaer
      Polytechnic Institute  1824-1886. Edited by Henry B. Nason ... ..
      William H. Young, Troy, NY, 1887.
   n. The City of Troy and its Vicinity, Arthur James Weise
      William Howard Doughty, Secretary 1850 to publication of RPI.
   dm 1909
 with Alice Clarkson (nee Crosby 71) Doughty; 5 children.
   William H 72   Edward C 72    Richard H 72   Harriette H 72 Marion R 72
   b1876          b1877          b1881          b              b

E. Thompson "Thompson" Doughty 71
   bm 1839 ___ __ to seems to be Ezra T. Doughty 70 & Harriette's son. See the
      father.
   mf ____ ___ __ Kate H. Dibble 71
   bf 1848 May __ to J. W. Dibble 70
   dm 1870 Sep 20 at 31
      1870 Sep 21 PA_PPL Wed. Morn., V_LXIX N155
      Doughty - On the 20th instant, E. Thompson Doughty, in his 31st year.
         The relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from the
      residence of his father, Mr. Dibble, No. 317 Reed streed, Friday afternoon
      at 3 o'clock, without further notice.  **221?
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R___  SD_ V81 ED183 S11 L15
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Philadelphia,
      Enumerated:

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Thomas Winsmore
 Kate H. Doughty       S       May1848 52        NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R___  SD_ V177 ED630 S13 L58
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Philadelphia, 1508 S. Broad St.
      Enumerated:

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Thomas Winsmore
 Kate H. Doughty       S-I-L   May1848 52        NJ

 with Kate H. (nee Dibble 71) Doughty
   Eliza T 72
   b
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Thompson Doughty 71
   bm 1846 ___ __ to Samuel G. Doughty 70 et ux Jane Rebecca (nee Hart 70)
      Doughty
   n. possibility this is the E. Thompson, son of his brother. He shows as
      Samuel G's son in the 1850 Census.

Francis Edward Doughty 71
   bm 1847 Aug 14 to Samuel G. Doughty 70 et ux Jane Rebecca (nee Hart 70)
      Doughty in Tulare or Troy, Rensselaer Co., NY.
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah Starr 71
   bf 1854
   n. He is an M. D.
 with Hannah (nee Starr 71) Doughty
   Augustus D 72  Nathaniel W 72 Frances E 72
   b1875          b1879          b1880
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Morton B. Doughty 71
   bm 1868 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 70 et ux Mary (nee Brown 70) Doughty
   zm 1885 Sep 04 as an adult at HDRC.
   dm 1923 ___ __ and interred Hopewell Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery.

Christopher B. Doughty 71
   bm 1868 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 70 et ux Mary (nee Brown 70) Doughty
   dm 1905 ___ __ and interred Hopewell Dutch Reformed Church Cemetery.
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Laura Isabella Doughty 71
   bf 1888 Dec 13 to William Henry Doughty 70 with Edith S. (nee Chatterton 70)
      Bryant 70 Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Claude Albert Bonvillian 71
   bm 1885 Oct 22 to _ Bonvillian 70 et ux _ (nee _ 70) Bonvillian in Houma, LA
   n. appointed to US Naval Academy from Louisiana and graduated 1906 after
      which he had a long navy career.  Sailing around the world in the "Great
      White Fleet", he commanded the gunboat USS Callao in the Yangtse River,
      China.  Earned a Master's degree in engineering from Columbia Univ.,
      designed turbine engines for navy ships during WW II, headed the Navy
      Boiler & Turbine Laboratory, Phila., PA which led to his work in designing
      and building the first atomic particle accelerator there which was part of
      the Manhattan Project.  This accelerator, scaled up, became the type of
      accelerator built at Oak Ridge, TN.
   df 1968 ___ __ in Wilton, CN
   dm 1968 ___ __ in Wilton, CN
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Martha Guthrie Doughty 71
   bf 1844 ___ __ to William McDowell Doughty 70 with Martha Brandon (nee
      Guthrie 70) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ W. J. Lyster 71, Lt. Col.
   bm 1840
   n. Lt. Col.

Charles Linton Doughty 71
   bm 1846 ___ __ to William McDowell Doughty 70 with Martha Brandon (nee
      Guthrie 70) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Anna Parvin 71
   bf 1850
   df
   mf ____ ___ __ Frances Smith 71
 with Anna (nee Parvin 71) Doughty
   William M 72
   b1882

Sarah Doughty 71
   bf 1848 ___ __ to William McDowell Doughty 70 with Martha Brandon (nee
      Guthrie 70) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Charles Evans 71
   n. The Honorable Charles Evans

James Kilbreth Doughty 71
   bm 1853 ___ __ to William McDowell Doughty 70 with Martha Brandon (nee
      Guthrie 70) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Minnie Caroline Brott 71
   bf 1864
   dm 1927
   df 1946
 with Minnie Caroline (nee Brott 71) Doughty
   Elizabeth F 72
   b1884

Harriet Hollister Doughty 71
   bf 1859 ___ __ to William McDowell Doughty 70 with Martha Brandon (nee
      Guthrie 70) Doughty
   n. not married

Marie Cook Doughty 71
   bf 1862 ___ __ to William McDowell Doughty 70 with Martha Brandon (nee
      Guthrie 70) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ William Crawford Gorgas 71, Dr.
   bm 1854
   n. http://www.arlingtoncemetery.com/wcgorgas.htm
      http://www.armymedicine.army.mil/history/tsgs/gorgas.html
   dm 1920
   df 1929
 with William Crawford Gorgas 71
   Aileen L 73
   b1889
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Isaac Linton Doughty 71
   bm 1840 Oct 17 Charles Augustus Doughty 70 et ux Eliza Forrester (nee
      Weeks 70) Doughty
   mf 1868 Jun 09 Jane Nott 71 in Greenpoint, Kings Co., NY
   bf 1844 Nov 10 to John Nott 70 et ux Elason (nee Wardrop 70) Nott in
      Cheltenham, ENG.
   n. lived in Greenpoint area of Kings Co., NY
   dm 1901
   df 1903
 with Jane (nee Nott 71) Doughty
   Eliza F 72     Isaac L 72     Elason W 72    Samuel N 72    Jane A 72
   b1869          b1870          b1873          b18770510      b1879

James Freeland Doughty 71
   bm 1842 Jul 19 Charles Augustus Doughty 70 et ux Eliza Forrester (nee
      Weeks 70) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Josephine Gale 71
   bf 1849
   df 1871
   mf ____ ___ __ Arminda Jane Staples 71
   bf 1849
   dm 1880
   df 1922
 with Arminda Jane (nee Staples 71) Doughty
   Eunice E 72    Margaret O 72  James F 72
   b1874          b1877          b1880

Mary Louise Doughty 71
   bf 1845 Oct 12 Charles Augustus Doughty 70 et ux Eliza Forrester (nee
      Weeks 70) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Thomas Wright Hood 71
   bm 1849
   dm 1923
   df 1911
 with Thomas Wright Hood 71
   Jeanette L 72  John Duncan 72 Eliza 72
   b1877          b1879          b1883

Hannah Wells Doughty 71
   bf 1846 Oct 15 Charles Augustus Doughty 70 et ux Eliza Forrester (nee
      Weeks 70) Doughty in Greenpoint, Kings Co., NY
   mm 1865 May 17 Hiram Wentworth Kelsey 71 at her brother's home, Greenpoint,
      Kings Co., NY
   bm 1837 Dec 11 to Thomas Kelsey 70 et ux Esther (nee Wentworth 70) Kelsey in
      Bristol Maine
   n. Hiram was a carpenter and sometime between 1892 and 1900 Hiram, Hannah and
      son Charles returned to Bristol, ME.
   dm 1911 Aug 17 both interred in West Bristol Cemetery, Walple, ME.
   df 1921 May 08
   n. Ethel Louisa Kelsey 72 bf & df in Kings Co., NY interred Union Cem., Kings
      Co., NY
   n. Herbert Kelsey 72 bm & dm Kings Co., NY interred Cypress Hill Cem., Kings
      Co., NY
   n. Caroline D. "Carrie" Kelsey 72 bf Kings Co., NY mm 18910922 Frank W.
      Rapelye bm 1867 ___ __ Elmhurst, Queens Co., NY df 19601211 Walpole ME,
      dm 19610209 ME both interred West Bristol Cem., Walpole, ME.  They had one
      daughter
   n. Josephine Gale Kelsey 72 bf Kings Co., NY df 1876 Apr 21 interred Cypress
      Hills Cemetery, Kings Co., NY
   n. Charles Augustus Kelsey 72 bm Kings Co., NY mf 1900 Sep 26 Susan B.
      Redonitt bf 1875 dm1967 Mar 04 Walpole, ME df 1963 Feb 10 both interred
      West Bristol Cemetery, Walpole, ME.  They had a son dm young.
   n. Allura Edith Kelsey 72 bf Greenpoint, Kings Co., NY mm 19030312 William
      Henry Holman 72 bm 18841106 Elmhurst, Queens Co., NY.  They lived in
      Elmhurst and Little Neck, Queens Co., NY where he was connected with
      the real estate business.  dm 19330530 Elmhurst, Queens Co., NY interred
      Cedar Grove Cem., Flushing, Queens Co., NY.  df at Coopers Mills, ME
      interred West Bristol Cem., Walpole, ME.  Children: Francis Charles Holman
      73 bm19031010 Walpole, Lincoln Co., ME mf 192604__ Katherine O'Sullivan 73
      dm 1977 Jan 01 interred West Bristol Cem., Walpole, ME they had two
      children; Muriel Josephine Holman 73 bf1905 Jul 24 Flushing, Queens Co.,
      NY df 1953 Jul __ interred West Bristol Cem., Walpole, Lincoln Co., ME not
      married;  Robert Linwood Holman 73 bm 1906 Nov 04 mf 1946 ___ __ Marie _
      73 in Belgium dm 1981 Aug 01, they had 7 children; Linton Doughty Holman
      73 bm 1911 Jun 10 Flushing, Queens Co., NY df 1943 Dec 12 interred West
      Bristol Cem., Walpole, ME not married.
 with Hiram Wentworth Kelsey 71
   Ethel L 72     Herbert 72     Caroline D 72  Josephine 72   Charles A 72
   b18660414      b18680211      b18701010      b18730210      b18760312
   Allura E 72
   b18820109

Charles Augustus Doughty 71
   bm 1848 Dec 14 Charles Augustus Doughty 70 et ux Eliza Forrester (nee
      Weeks 70) Doughty in Greenpoint, Kings Co., NY
   mf 1873 Mar 19 Julia Catherine Logan 71 at her home in Kings Co., NY
   bf 1851 ___ __ to Farrell Logan 70 et ux Hester Amelia (nee Richan 70) Logan
   n. Charles worked as a bookbinder and insurance agent.  The family attended
      the Episcopal Church of Ascension in the Greenpoint area of Kings Co., NY
   n. 1879 Aug 18 Brooklyn Daily Eagle Obit.
      Death of Farrell Logan
         Information of the sudden death of Mr. Farrell Logan at Cedar Rapids,
      Iowa, on Sunday last, was received at Greenpoint last evening.  Mr. Logan
      had started to visit a sister resident in the State of Iowa, when within
      thirty miles of the town where the sister resided,  Mr. Logan was
      compelled by illness to stop at Cedar Rapids where he died.  The family of
      the deceased have been spending the summer at Whitestone, L.I. and were
      first apprised of the sad event this morning.  Mr. Logan conducted an
      extensive machine and foundry business in Commercial Street, and has been
      a resident of Greenpoint about thirty years.  He had occupied the position
      of Vice President of the Greenpoint Savings Bank during the past four
      years.  The body will be brought to this city on Thursday by William,
      eldest son of the deceased. 2003/8/1 Submitted by:  Dorothy M. Scott
   dm 1908
   df 1928 ___ __ both interred Greenwood Cem., Kings Co., NY
 with Julia Catherine (nee Logan 71) Doughty
   Julia L 72     William F 72   George A 72    Amelia T 72
   b18731224      b18760329      b18790421      b18890812

Frank Edwin Doughty 71
   bm 1851 Feb 16 Charles Augustus Doughty 70 et ux Eliza Forrester (nee
      Weeks 70) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Caroline Cornelia Parr 71
   n. lived in NYC, NY
 with Jennie (nee Porch 71) Doughty
   Nellie 72
   b

George Ireland Doughty 71
   bm 1853 Jan 11 Charles Augustus Doughty 70 et ux Eliza Forrester (nee
      Weeks 70) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Jane Porch 71
   dm 1877 Sep 25 interred Cypress Hills Cemetery, Kings Co., NY
 with Jane (nee Porch 71) Doughty
   Nellie 72
   b

Harry Smith Doughty 71
   bm 1855 Feb 05 Charles Augustus Doughty 70 et ux Eliza Forrester (nee
      Weeks 70) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Clara _ 71

Samuel Weeks Doughty 71
   bm 1856 ___ __ Charles Augustus Doughty 70 et ux Eliza Forrester (nee
      Weeks 70) Doughty Greenpoint, Kings Co., NY
   mf~1884 ___ __ Evelyn Eckert 71
   bf~1857 ___ __ to John Eckert 70
   df 1892 ___ __ interred 1892 Apr 23 Cypress Hills Cem., Kings Co., NY
   n. Samuel disappeared with no trace shortly after Evelyn was buried.
 with Evelyn (nee Eckert 71) Doughty
   Alberta G 72   Mary Louise 72 Evelyn 72      Hazel 72
   b18851017      b18870418      b1888          b18900130
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Charles Doughty 71
   bm 1856 ___ __ Charles Doughty 70 et ux Esther (nee Keach 70) Doughty

Adeline Doughty 71
   bf 1859 ___ __ Charles Doughty 70 et ux Esther (nee Keach 70) Doughty

Ida M. Doughty 71
   bf 1861 ___ __ Charles Doughty 70 et ux Esther (nee Keach 70) Doughty
   df 1869

Adelaide Doughty 71
   bf 1864 ___ __ Charles Doughty 70 et ux Esther (nee Keach 70) Doughty

George Doughty 71
   bm 1872 ___ __ Charles Doughty 70 et ux Esther (nee Keach 70) Doughty

Esther Doughty 71
   bf 1875 ___ __ Charles Doughty 70 et ux Esther (nee Keach 70) Doughty
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Margaret Doughty 71
   bf 1869 ___ __ to Nathan Doughty 70 et ux Mary (nee Taylor 70) Doughty
   df 1954

Alvin Doughty 71
   bm 1872 ___ __ to Nathan Doughty 70 et ux Mary (nee Taylor 70) Doughty
   dm 1929

Kate Doughty 71
   bf 1877 ___ __ to Nathan Doughty 70 et ux Mary (nee Taylor 70) Doughty

Franklin W. Doughty 71
   bm 1879 ___ __ to Nathan Doughty 70 et ux Mary (nee Taylor 70) Doughty
   dm 1966

Lydia Doughty 71
   bf 1886 ___ __ to Nathan Doughty 70 et ux Mary (nee Taylor 70) Doughty
   df 1957

Milton Doughty 71
   bm 1888 ___ __ to Nathan Doughty 70 et ux Mary (nee Taylor 70) Doughty
   dm 1961




Elverton Doughty 71
   bm 1869 ___ __ to Benjamin Doughty 70 et ux Charlotte (nee Smith 70) Doughty

Effie May Doughty 71
   bf 1879 ___ __ to Benjamin Doughty 70 et ux Charlotte (nee Smith 70) Doughty

Joseph Howell Doughty 71
   bm 1893 ___ __ to Joseph Wooley Doughty 70 et ux Mabel L.
   dm 1917

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Edith Doughty 71
   bf 1869 ___ __ Richard Doughty 70 et ux Sophia (nee _ 70) Doughty

Samuel Doughty 71
   bf 1870 ___ __ Richard Doughty 70 et ux Sophia (nee _ 70) Doughty

Irene Doughty 71
   bf 1878 ___ __ Richard Doughty 70 et ux Sophia (nee _ 70) Doughty

Rebecca Doughty 71
   bf 1880 ___ __ Richard Doughty 70 et ux Sophia (nee _ 70) Doughty

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Leonard Doughty 71
   bm 1880 ___ __ to Benjamin Franklin Doughty 70 et ux Mary Emma (nee
      Stubbs 70) Doughty

Edna Louise Doughty 71
   bf 1884 Mar 27 to Benjamin Franklin Doughty 70 et ux Mary Emma (nee
      Stubbs 70) Doughty
   mm 1922 Jan 22 John Grey Ham 71
   bm 1863 Sep 18
   dm 1936 Mar 10
   df 1965 Jul 15 in Utica, NY.

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William Nelson Doughty 71
   bm 1880 Dec 24 to William Nelson Doughty 70 et ux Phoebe Jane (nee Stubbs 70)
      Doughty in NY.
   mf 1903 Dec 24 Mary Frances Gates 71 in NY.
   bf 1883 Dec 18 in NY.
   dm 1916 Jan 11 in St. Catherine's Hospital, Brooklyn, NY of pneumonia.
   df 1971 Jan 12 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL
 with Mary Frances (nee Gates 71) Doughty
   William C 72
   b19080709

Arthur Ashley Doughty 71
   bm 1883 Sep 20 to William Nelson Doughty 70 et ux Phoebe Jane (nee Stubbs 70)
      Doughty in NY.
   mf 1907 Jul 24 Olive Ede Work 71, probably in NY.
   bf 1890 Jan 22 in NY.
   dm 1916 Dec 17 in NY from pneumonia, interred Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Maspeth,
      NY.
   df 1965 Jan 24 in NY, interred Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Maspeth, NY.
 with Olive Ede (nee Work 71) Doughty
   Olive E 72     Janet C 72     Arthur A 72
   b19090824      b19140216      b19161231

Samuel Sylvester Doughty 71
   bm 1885 Dec 09 to William Nelson Doughty 70 et ux Phoebe Jane (nee Stubbs 70)
      Doughty
   dm 1887 Oct 12

Clarence Cornelius Doughty 71
   bm 1889 Feb 15 to William Nelson Doughty 70 et ux Phoebe Jane (nee Stubbs 70)
      Doughty in NY.
   mf 1915 Feb 10 Elizabeth Mary Costello 71
   df 1935 May 02
   dm 1969 Jun 13 in PA.
 with Elizabeth Mary (nee Costello 71) Doughty
   Clarence R 72  Joan P 72
   b19160429      b19180108
 with Frances Englert 71) Doughty
   Arthur C 72
   b19401003

Lauretta Louise Doughty 71
   bm 1895 Nov 07 to William Nelson Doughty 70 et ux Phoebe Jane (nee Stubbs 70)
      Doughty in NY.
   df 1989 Sep 13 in Flushing Manor Care Center, Flushing, NY.
   mm 1927 Sep 10 William Arthur Ritchie 71 probably in NY.
   dm 1956 Apr 15 in Brooklyn, NY.

Raymond Doughty 71
   bm 1897 Dec 20 to William Nelson Doughty 70 et ux Phoebe Jane (nee Stubbs 70)
      Doughty in NY.
   mf 1920 Apr 21 Frances Florence Mackie 71 probably in NY.
   df 1978 Nov 10 in St. Petersburg, FL
   mf~1980 ___ __ Irma Todd 71 in St. Petersburg, FL.
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Thomas J. Doughty 71
   bm~1865 ___ __ to John Henry Doughty 70 et ux Elizabeth (nee Woodin 70)
      Doughty.

Edgar Doughty 71
   bm~1867 ___ __ to John Henry Doughty 70 et ux Elizabeth (nee Woodin 70)
      Doughty.

Robert Woodin Doughty 71
   bm 1868 ___ __ to John Henry Doughty 70 et ux Elizabeth (nee Woodin 70)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Jennie Grace Goble 71
   bf 1870
   dm 1962
 with Jennie Grace (nee Goble 71) Doughty
   Elizabeth 72
   b1897

Mary Elena vande Bogart Doughty 71
   bf 1872 Jun 23 to John Henry Doughty 70 et ux Elizabeth (nee Woodin 70)
      Doughty.
Phebe Doughty 71
   bf~1872 ___ __ to John Henry Doughty 70 et ux Elizabeth (nee Woodin 70)
      Doughty.

John H. Doughty 71
   bm~1876 ___ __ to John Henry Doughty 70 et ux Elizabeth (nee Woodin 70)
      Doughty.

Elizabeth A Doughty 71
   bf~1879 ___ __ to John Henry Doughty 70 et ux Elizabeth (nee Woodin 70)
      Doughty.
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John G. Doughty 71
   bm 1857 Nov __ to Thomas V. Doughty 70 et ux Elizabeth J. in NY.

Carrie M. Doughty 71
   bf 1860 Jul __ to Thomas V. Doughty 70 et ux Elizabeth J. in CT.

Alice P. Doughty 71
   bf 1863 Jan __ to Thomas V. Doughty 70 et ux Elizabeth J. in CT.

Sophia A. Doughty 71
   bf 1865 Nov __ to Thomas V. Doughty 70 et ux Elizabeth J. in CT.

Emily E. Doughty 71
   bf 1869 Feb __ to Thomas V. Doughty 70 et ux Elizabeth J. in CT.

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Herman William Doughty 72
   bm 1873 Dec 13 to Charles A. Doughty 71 et ux Evelyn Calista (nee Osburn 71)
      Doughty
   mf 1901 Oct 01 Georgia Edna Moore 72
   bf 1879 Oct 31
   df 1941 Sep 15
   dm 1968 Oct 21
 with Georgia Edna (nee Moore 72) Doughty
   Helen Edna 73
   b19160915
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Marcia Collete Doughty 72
   bf ____ ___ __ to Frederick Doughty 71
   mm
 with
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John G. Doughty 72
   bm 1846 ___ __ to William M. Doughty 71 et ux Susan
   mf 1872 Dec 24 Elvira M. Hale 72
      Cumberland Co. Marriage Records - Craig   FWPL GEN 974.981C
      Co. Clerk's Records, B_B P127 m Elmira
   bf 1856
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R776 V4 SD3 E84 S04 L28 42/50
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Landis Twsp, 3&4 Ward     D
      1880 Jun 04 Ashbel Landon, Enumerator
 Name                    SCAgeMonRelSMWDOcc       MiscIBP    BPF   BPM   Remark
 Freeman S. Hale         MW 55       M  Grocer         MA    MA    MA
 Eliza K.                FW 36Wif    M  Keeping ho     VT    VT    VT
 Elvira M. Doughty       FW 24Dau     W Daughter       MA    MA    MA 129/130
 Hattie M.               FW  6Gda   S                  NJ    NJ    MA
 Ephraim Doughty
   n. Freeman S. Hale mf 18660101 Eliza Kimball bf 18400413
      and they moved to Vineland, NJ.
   wf 1911 Jan 10 NJ_CuCWR B_S P115
   df
      1913 Feb 26 will probate.
 with Elvira M. (nee Hale 72) Doughty
   Hattie M.
   b

Isaac Doughty 72
   bm ____ ___ __ to William M. Doughty 71 et ux Hannah A. (nee Thompson 71)
      Doughty in Southampton Twp., Burlington Co., NJ
   dm 1852 Jan 21 of chicken pox in Soughampton Twp., Burlington Co., NJ  VSTNJ
      B_C P445

William Thompson Doughty 72
   bm 1852 ___ __ to William M. Doughty 71 et ux Hannah A. (nee Thompson 71)
      Doughty in Lumberton, NJ  VSTNJ D1 P175A
   mf ____ ___ __ Idella Goff 72
   bf 1855 ___ __ Thomas Goff 71 et ux Rachel (nee Chambers 71) Goff
   n. 1888 NJ_CCD William T Doughty cigars 1805 Broadway 1805 Broadway Camden NJ
      1889 NJ_CCD William T Doughty cigars 1805 Broadway 1805 Broadway Camden NJ
      1890 NJ_CCD William T Doughty cigars 1805 Broadway 1805 Broadway Camden NJ
      1891 NJ_CCD William T Doughty cigars 1805 Broadway 1805 Broadway Camden NJ
   n. see also 1889 NJ_CCD John S Doughty tobacconist Phila Main near Haddon
      pike Haddonfield NJ. sq
 with Idella (nee Goff 72) Doughty
   Ella A 73
   b1877

Ephraim D. Doughty 72
   bm 1855 ___ __ to William M. Doughty 71 et ux Hannah A. (nee Thompson 71)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary B. _ 72
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R776 V4 SD3 E88 S41 L21
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville, 3'r Ward   P479A
      1880 Jun 18 Ephraim Myers, Enumerator

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Ephraim Doughty            24          Iron Moldr     NJ    NJ    NJ
 Mary B                     23       M  Keeping Ho     NJ    NJ    NJ
 John T                      3   SonS                  NJ    NJ    NJ
 Anna                      10mJulDauS                  NJ    NJ    NJ

   n. 1895/6 NJ_CuC Directory.  Ephraim D. Doughty, 810 N. High Street,
      Millville, NJ. This puts him close to cotton mill where he worked - GJB.
   wm 1918 Dec 03 NJ_CuCWR B_Z P323
   dm
      1921 Sep 21 will probate.
 with Mary B. (nee _ 72) Doughty
   John T 73      Anna 73
   b1877          b1879

Richard B. Doughty 72
   bm 1857 May 31 to William M. Doughty 71 et ux Hannah A. (nee Thompson 71)
      Doughty
   dm 1884 Oct 31 interred Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Millville, NJ GJB76 c1992

Sarah E. Doughty 72
   bf 1859 ___ __ to William M. Doughty 71 et ux Hannah A. (nee Thompson 71)
      Doughty

Lewis C. Doughty 72
   bm 1860 ___ __ to William M. Doughty 71 et ux Hannah A. (nee Thompson 71)
      Doughty
   n. 1895/6 NJ_CuC Directory. Lewis C. Doughty, glassblower.
      312 E. Mulberry St., Millville, NJ.

Anna Doughty 72
   bf 1864 ___ __ to William M. Doughty 71 et ux Hannah A. (nee Thompson 71)
      Doughty
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Lydia Craig Doughty 72
   bf 1853 Feb 22 to Francis A. Doughty 71 et ux Harriet S. (nee Craig 71)
      Doughty.
   mm 1872 Oct 17 Lewis F. Mulford 72 of Millville
   n. daughter Ethel Nice Mulford 73 mm William Weber 73 of Millville
 with Lewis F. Mulford 72
   Ethel N 73
   b18770104

Mary Jane Doughty 72
   bf 1854 Nov 27 to Francis A. Doughty 71 et ux Harriet S. (nee Craig 71)
      Doughty.
   mm 1881 Sep 29 Theodore G. Davis 72, Dr.
   df 1885 May 18
   n. Clara Davis 73 df~1886
 with Theodore G. Davis 72
   Clara 73
   b18821121

John Pitman Doughty 72
   bm 1862 Aug 29 to Francis A. Doughty 71 et ux Harriet S. (nee Craig 71)
      Doughty.
   mf 1886 Nov 03 Mary Hampton 72
   bf 1863
   n. 1895/6 NJ_CuC Directory.  John P. Doughty, dry goods.
      401 N. High Street, Millville, NJ.  GJB
   wm 1918 Oct 04 NJ_CuCWR B_31 P198
   dm 1926 ___ __ interred Mt. Pleasant, Millville, NJ
      1927 Jun 20 will probate.
   wf 1927 Oct 08 NJ_CuCWR B_37 P533
   df 1933 ___ __ interred Mt. Pleasant, Millville, NJ
      1934 Mar 03 will probate
 with Mary (nee Hampton 72) Doughty
   no issue

Velma Doughty 72
   bf 1865 Oct 19 Francis A. Doughty 71 et ux Harriet S. (nee Craig 71) Doughty
   df 1866 Aug 27 interred Mt. Pleasant, Millville, NJ

James Craig Doughty 72
   bm 1867 Jun 17 Francis A. Doughty 71 et ux Harriet S. (nee Craig 71) Doughty
      in Millville, NJ.
   mf 1884 Oct 11 Etta Wallace Boody 72 in Millville, NJ
   bf 1868 Aug 12 to George Boody 71 et ux Purdence (nee Taylor 71) Boody
   n. 1895/6 NJ_CuC Directory.  James C. Doughty, watches & jewelry.
      15 E. Broad Street, Millville, NJ; business 400 N. High Street  - GJB
   df 1938 Dec 12 Lansdown, PA.
   dm 1948 ___ __ Lansdowne, PA.
 with Etta Wallace (nee Boody 72) Doughty
   Clara 73       Ethel 73       Jane Boody 73
   b              b              b18950602
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Richard Borden Doughty 72
   bm 1857 Aug 21 to Israel Ewing Doughty 71 et ux Ann Elizabeth (nee
      Ivins 71) Doughty.
   n. in Camden when father died down in Salem.  Letters of administration are
      at the Salem Co. Court House.
   n. 1883 CCD draughtsman, 413 Elm
   mf 1883 Mar 15 Clara M. Bransom 72 both of Camden by Rev. J. S. Heisler in
      Camden  WJP18830321 CD18830324
   bf 1857 Feb 02 to
   n. 1886 CCD draughtsman, h 312 N 6th
      1887 NJ_CCD Richard B Doughty   draughtsman   312 n 6th Camden NJ. sq
      1888 NJ_CCD Richard B Doughty   draughtsman   312 n 6th Camden NJ. sq
      1888 NJ_CCD Richard B Doughty       312 n 6th Camden NJ. sq
   n. 1888 NJ_CCD Richard Doughty   engineer   723 New Camden NJ. sq
      1889 NJ_CCD Richard B Doughty       312 n 6th Camden NJ. sq
      1889 NJ_CCD Richard Doughty   engineer   723 New Camden NJ. sq
      1890 NJ_CCD Richard B Doughty   draughtsman   413 Elm Camden NJ. sq
      1891 NJ_CCD Richard B Doughty   draughtsman   413 Elm Camden NJ. sq
   n. 1894-5 NJ_CCD Draftsman, MA Furbush & Co. h 413 Elm
   n. 1900 NJ_CCD (Clara M.) school teacher, h 413 Elm
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R959  V10 SD6 ED79 S6A P112 L24 413/107/120
      NJ, Camden Co., Camden City, Ward 10, Prec 1, Blk D, 413 Elm St.
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 04, Millard F. Shinn

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Richard B. Doughty     Head  WMAug1857 42M 18    NJ     NJ     NJ               Prof. of Drawing         0   YYYOFH
 Clara M.              Wife  WFFeb1857 43M 18 0 0NJ     NJ     NJ                                            YYY

   n. 1910 CCD (Clara M.) school teacher, h 413 Elm
   n. CTAH74 has a beautiful piece of furniture, of which I have a sketch, that
      apparently was crafted by RBD72.  This "Hearth Table" is in the possession
      of Cornelia Truncer (nee Ackley 74) Hambrecht, daughter of Richard Doughty
      Ackley 73.
   dm 1914 Jul 24 at 56 school teacher, interred Evergreen Cemetery, Camden, NJ
      NJ_CaCHS, WPA P354-4 1937, P4445-4 1938.
   mm ____ ___ __ Benjamin P. Ackley 72, her brother-in-law by marriage to
      Mary Borden Doughty 72
 with Clara M. (nee Bransom 72) Doughty
   no issue

John Ivins Doughty 72
   bm 1859 Jul 18 to Israel Ewing Doughty 71 et ux Ann Elizabeth (nee Ivins 71)
      Doughty
   n. 1883 CCD machinist, 120 Elm
   n. 1886 CCD machinist, 525 Elm
   mf 1886 Nov 11 Grace A. Hirst, both of Camden by Rev. John Y. Bobbins in
      Camden  WJP18861117 CD18861120
   n. 1887 NJ_CCD John I Doughty         Camden NJ. sq
      1888 NJ_CCD John I Doughty         Camden NJ. sq
   n. 1894-5 CCD, gate tender, PRR h 339 Spruce
   n. lives in Phila at time of father's death.
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R1466 V174 SD1 ED570 S6B L55 4213/134/135
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Phila. City, Ward 24, 4213 Penns Grove St.
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 06,  Harry Miller

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 John I. Doughty        Head  WMJul1859 40M 14    NJ     NJ     NJ               Machinist                0   YYYOFH
 Grace A.              Wife  WFApr1859 40M 14 3 3PA     PA     PA                                            YYY
 Ida H.                Dau   WFSep1888 11S       PA     NJ     PA                At school                 10YYY
 Howard E.             Son   WMAug1891  8S       PA     NJ     PA
 George H.             Son   WMMar1893  7S       PA     NJ     PA                At school                 10

   n. 1900 Census - there is another John Doughty in Phila. born the same year
      and month, 1959 Jul.  He is listed as a Sea Captain by occupation.
   n. 1910 Census - not found in PA
   c. 1920 U. S. Census T625 R     V242 ED731 S3 L94
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Phila.
      Enumerated: 1920         ,

 Name                   Rel.  HHSCAgeMYOI NYON SRWPOB        Lang    FPOB       Lang    MPOB       Lang    ETrade       Industry    EFarm
 John I. Doughty        Head  R    70
 George H.              Son        26

   c. 1930 U. S. Census T___ R___ V___ SD30 E51-377 S20B L76 921B/255/933?
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Philadelphia City, Ward 24, Block 66.
      Enumerated: 1930 Apr 11, Michael Kayman

 Name                         Rel.            HV       RHSCAgeMAFMNYPOB             FPOB           MPOB            Language  A  B  C  YOI NE Occupation              Industry              Code  CENOTVWar
 John I. Doughty              Head H          R      30  MW 70W   NYNJ              NJ             NJ                         58           Y None                                                     N
 George H. Doughty            Son                        MW 27S   NYPA              NJ             NJ                         58           Y Operator                Street trolley         7378 WY   YWW

 with Grace A. (nee Hirst 72) Doughty
   Ida H 73       Howard E 73    George H 73
   b188809        b18910801      b18930329

Mary Borden Doughty 72
   bf 1861 Oct 15 to Israel Ewing Doughty 71 et ux Ann Elizabeth (nee
      Ivins 71) Doughty
   mm~1887 Apr 21 Benjamin P. Ackley 72
   bm 1862 Apr 09 to Joseph Ackley 71 et ux Mary (nee Hammel 71) Ackley
   n. in Camden when her father died at Salem.  Letters of administration at the
      Court House there.
   df 1914 Jun 16 apparently suffered a severe case of indigestion while holding
      her grandaughter Cornelia Truncer Ackley 74 who was retrieved by her
      mother at the onset.  The nausea appears to have been caused by a stroke
      which caused her death shortly thereafter that day as told 1997 Mar 23 by
      CTAH 74
with Benjamin Ackley 72
   Richard D 73
   b18890816
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Luta Napier Doughty 72
   bf 1857 Oct 19 to Joseph Borden Doughty 71 and Katherine S. (nee Blizzard 71)
      Doughty
   n. Not present, in 1880 Census of Warren Co., with the rest of the family,
      she may have married, changed her name and lived elsewhere or she might
      have died.  Need to find them in the 1870 Census, but first examine the
      Camden City directory records for that period.
   mm 1880 ___ __ Arthur S. Allen 72
   bm 1855 Nov __ to _ 71 in NJ.
      Doughty 71) in Bridgetown, NJ.  First contact established between the
      descendants of Joe & Kate via Luta and Char 2000 Aug 29.
   n. at age 43 a plumber.
   c. 1910 U. S. Census T624 R   V SD1 ED669 P7A L25 2321/149/154.
      PA, Philadelphia, Philadelphia Cty, Wd39, W. Water? St.
      Enumerated: 1910 Apr 22, Mary M. Walsh.

 Name                   Rel.  SCAgeSYrsNbNlPOB       FPOB      MPOB      YearYrsNatLanguage  Occupation     General        UneD D RWSchHome  SBDRemarks
 Alfred H. Bechtel      Head  MW 38M  2    GER       GER       GER          N  BEnglish      Electrician    Factory          W N 0YY          1
 Luta                   Wife  FW 49M  2 4 3NJ        NJ        NJ               English      None
 Joseph Allen           Sson  MW 25S       NJ        NJ        NJ               English      Electrician    Factory          W N 0YY
 Catherine Bechtel      Sdau  FW 12S       NJ        NJ        NJ        189?  NEnglish      None                                 YY  Y

   n. 1912/3 noted on son Joseph's divorce papers that Luta Napier was living
      in Darby, PA with husband _ Betchel.
   n. Note: Betchel/Bechtel/etc. GJB76 knows of family.
      1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P_get   R462 P203A L17 460.
      James Beechel 19 bm in PA. with Layton family.
   n. see Allen file.
 with Arthur S. Allen 72
   Joseph D 73    Floyd T 73     Catherine L 73
   b18830311      b188510        b18980623

Rebecca Ann Doughty 72
   bf 1859 Dec 04 to Joseph Borden Doughty 71 and Katherine S. (nee Blizzard 71)
      Doughty in 1st-3rd wards, Bridgeton Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ.
   df 1885 May 07 at 25.5._ tubercular enteritis after a three month illness,
      never married 18850513WJP while residing at 534 Elm St., Camden, NJ

Clara Frances Doughty 72
   bf 1862 Feb 21 to Joseph Borden Doughty 71 et ux Katherine "Kate" S. (nee
      Blizzard 71) Doughty in Bridgeton, Cumberland Co., N.J. as recorded
      1863 Feb NJ, Cumberland Co., Bridgeton, Vol H-2 p210D
   mm~1886 Oct 21 William Edward Townsend 72 by Rev. John F. Dobbins WJP18861027
      CP18861023
   bm 1865 Oct 17 to John Milton Townsend 71 et ux Mercy Jane "Kalin" "Kate"
      (nee Babcock 71) Townsend
   n. RWC has pictures of Clara Frances
                          Clara Frances (nee Doughty) and Wm. Edward Twnsnd.
   df 1913 Nov 27 interred Harleigh Cemetery.
 with William Edward Townsend 72
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John F. Doughty 72
   bm 1844 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 71 and Harriet M. C. (nee Tice 71) Doughty.
   dm 1886 Feb 20 Capt. J. F. Doughty at Key West, FL  CP18860305 CD18860313

Charlotte Beulah Doughty 72
   bf 1847 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 71 and Harriet M. C. (nee Tice 71) Doughty.
   wf 1890 Mar 25 CuCWR B_M P601
   df
      1890 May 31 will proved

Elbridge G. Doughty 72
   bm 1851 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 71 and Harriet M. C. (nee Tice 71) Doughty.
   n. Elbridge & Daniel were raised by grandfather Enoch when their mother died.
   mf ____ ___ __ Harriet _ 72
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R776 V4 SD3 ED83 S09 L10 97/102
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Landis Twsp, 1'st & 2'nd Dist   P324A
      1880 Jun 11 J. Sur?ard Welch, Enumerator

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Elbridge Doughty        MW 29   SIL M  Frt Agent      NJ    NJ    NJ
 Hattie                  FW 21   Wif M  Keeping ho     NJ    NJ    NJ
 Ralph E.                MW  5   SonS                  NJ    NJ    NJ
 Eland                   MW  2   SonS                  NJ    NJ    NJ

   dm 1926
   wf 1930 Sep 17 NJ_CuCMR B_36 P63
   df
      1932 Jun 10 will probate.
      NJ, Millville, Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Tall monument which reads, "Doughty"
      Surrounded by small stones with the names: Elias, Harriet, Beulah,
      Rebecca, Enoch, Richard.
 with Hattie (nee _ 72) Doughty
   Ralph E 73     Eland 73
   b1875          b1878

Daniel W. Doughty 72
   bm 1855 ___ __ to Elias Doughty 71 and Harriet M. C. (nee Tice 71) Doughty.
   n. Elbridge & Daniel were raised by grandfather Enoch when their mother died.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R776 V4 SD3 ED83 S09 L14 98/103
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Landis Twsp, 1'st & 2'nd Dist   P324A
      1880 Jun 11 J. Sur?ard Welch, Enumerator

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Daniel Doughty          MW 25       M  Expressman     NJ    NJ    NJ
 Maud                    FW 23   Wif M  Keeping ho     DE    DE    DE
 Mamie                   FW  5   DauS                  NJ    NJ    DE

   mf 1884 Jun 08 Ida J. Keeler 72 of Cape May, at Cape May by Rev. G. F.
      Bishop.  ARB WJP 18840702 Camden, NJ.  Listed as D. W. Doughty
   wf 1934 Nov 26 NJ_CuCWR B_48 P416
   df
      1943 Nov 01 will probate.
   dm
      My grandmother, Marie Foster, remembers the day her grandfather, Daniel
      Doughty, died.  Her family stayed with Daniel & Ida (which was odd since
      they lived across the street).  She remembers coming down the front
      stairs in the morning (they normally used the back stairs) and her
      grandfather saying "hello" to her and talking with her for a minute,
      then she went in the other room.  Next thing she remembers is everyone
      running around and a bunch of chaos, which is when her grandfather
      actually died. - Valerie.
      NJ, Vineland, Siloam Cemetery, Large stone that reads "Doughty" surrounded
      by several small stones with the names:
      Ida J., Daniel W., Reba, Lotta, Elmira, Amanda, May
 with Ida J. (nee Keeler 72) Doughty

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Rebecca G. Doughty 72
   bf 1851 Oct 02 to George Taylor Doughty 71 et ux Elizabeth (nee _ 71) Doughty
   n. 1895/6 NJ_CuC Directory.  Rebecca Doughty, the "Doughty House," Millville,
      NJ.
   wf 1927 Mar 17 NJ_CuCWR B_37 P135
   df 1933 May 31 interred Millville, NJ
      1933 Jul 03 will probate.

Charlie P. Doughty 72
   bm 1861 Jun 22 to George Taylor Doughty 71 et ux Elizabeth (nee _ 71) Doughty
   dm 1881 Jun 19 interred Millville, NJ
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son Doughty 72
   bm 1854 Apr 17 to Benjamin W. Doughty 71 et ux Sarah B. (nee Vennell 71)
      Doughty
   dm young

Elizabeth Doughty 72
   bf 18__ ___ __ to Benjamin W. Doughty 71 et ux Sarah B. (nee Vennell 71)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ William Yapp 72
   df 1907
   dm 1923
 with William Yapp 72

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William Howard Doughty 72
   bm 1876 ___ __ to William Howard Doughty 71 et ux Alice Clarkson (nee
      Crosby 71) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Lydia Sanford Vail 72
   bf 1884
 with Lydia Sanford (nee Vail 72) Doughty
   William H 73   Joseph S 73    Betsy H 73
   b1907          b1910          b1912

Edward Crosby Doughty 72
   bm 1877 ___ __ to William Howard Doughty 71 et ux Alice Clarkson (nee
      Crosby 71) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Gertrude Rutgers Russel 72
   bf 1880
 with Gertrude Rutgers (nee Russel 72) Doughty
   Edward C 73    Gertrude R 73
   b1911          b1914

Richard Hart Doughty 72
   bm 1881 ___ __ to William Howard Doughty 71 et ux Alice Clarkson (nee
      Crosby 71) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Kathleen Gaine Rumney 72
   bf 1885
 with Kathleen Gaine (nee Rumney 72) Doughty
   Mary R 73      Kathleen R 73  Jean C 54
   b1912          b1915          b1917

Harriette Hart Doughty 72
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Howard Doughty 71 et ux Alice Clarkson (nee
      Crosby 71) Doughty
   n. 1911 Jul 18 The New York Times.  Doughty - Leimert
         The engagement has been announced of Miss Harriette Hart Doughty,
      daughter of the late William Howard Doughty of Troy, NY and Williamstown,
      Mass., to Walter H. Liemert of Oakland Cal. No date has been set for the
      wedding.
         Last month the engatement was announced of Miss Doughty's sister, Miss
      Marion Rutgers Doughty, to William Leonard Nicoll of this city.
   mm ____ ___ __

Marion Rutgers Doughty 72
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Howard Doughty 71 et ux Alice Clarkson (nee
      Crosby 71) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __

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Eliza Thompson Doughty _
   bf ____ ___ __ to E. Thompson Doughty _ et ux Kate H. (nee Dibble 71)
      Doughty
   df 1871 Jun 06
      1871 Jun 07 PA_PPL V_LXXI N64 Wed. Morn. Obit.
         Doughty.-On the 6th inst., Eliza Thompson Doughty, infant daughter of
      Mrs. Kate H. and the late E. Thompson Doughty.
         The relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from the
      residence of her grandfather.  J. W. Dibble, U. S. Naval Asylum, Gray's
      Ferry road, on Friday, at 3 P. M. to proceed to Trinity Church Vault,
      Catharine street, above Second.   ***37
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Augustus Durkee Doughty 72
   bm 1875 ___ __ Francis Edward Doughty 71 et ux Hannah (nee Starr 71) Doughty
   dm 1875

Nathaniel Winthrop Doughty 72
   bm 1879 ___ __ Francis Edward Doughty 71 et ux Hannah (nee Starr 71) Doughty
   dm 1883

Frances Edna Doughty 72
   bf 1880 ___ __ Francis Edward Doughty 71 et ux Hannah (nee Starr 71) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Frederick A. Lund 72
   bm 1875
   n. M. D.

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William M. Doughty 72
   bm 1882 ___ __ to Charles Linton Doughty 71 et ux Anna (nee Parvin 71)
      Doughty

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Elizabeth Frey Doughty 72
   bf 1884 ___ __ to James Kilbreth Doughty 71 et ux Minnie Caroline (nee
      Brott 71) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Henry Gerald Venemann 72
   bm 1884
   dm 1954
   df 1975
 with Henry Gerald Venemann 72
   Elizabeth M 73
   b1911
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Eliza Forrester Doughty 72
   bf 1869 ___ __ to Isaac Linton Doughty 71 et ux Jane (nee Nott 71) Doughty
   df 1927

Isaac Linton Doughty 72
   bm 1870 Nov 22 to Isaac Linton Doughty 71 et ux Jane (nee Nott 71) Doughty
      in Greenpoint, Kings Co., NY
   mf 1905 Jun 15 Ellie R. I. Averell 72 Greenpoint, Kings Co., NY
   bf 1872 Jun
   mf ____ ___ __ Alberta Pauline Phillips 72
   bf 1874 Feb 03 to Asa Phillips 71 et ux Tammy (nee _ 71) Phillips in New
      Market, Ontario, CAN
   n. lived in Corona, Queens Co., NY where he practiced as a Doctor of Medicine
      until his death.
   dm 1925 May 21 interred Cypress Hills Cem., Kings Co., NY
   df 1948 ___ __ Coral Gables, FL and interred Cypress Hills Cem., Kings Co.,
      NY
 with Alberta Pauline (nee Phillips 72) Doughty
   Elizabeth W 73 Ruth 73
   b19070808      b19101021

Elason Wardrop Doughty 72
   bm 1873 ___ __ to Isaac Linton Doughty 71 et ux Jane (nee Nott 71) Doughty
   dm 1874

Samuel Nott Doughty 72
   bm 1877 May 10 to Isaac Linton Doughty 71 et ux Jane (nee Nott 71) Doughty
      Greenpoint, Kings Co., NY
   mf 1920 Apr 07 Lucille Louise Kellner 72 in Richmond Hill, Queens Co., NY
   bf 1888 Jun 11 to George F. Kellner 71 et ux Louise (nee Schlooz 71) Kellner
      in Glendale, Queens Co., NY.
   n. They lived in Woodhaven and Hollis, both in Queens Co., NY
   n. Samuel was a teller in the East Brooklyn Savings Bank and Lucille was a
      teacher in the NYC Elementary School System prior to her marriage.
   dm 1935 Apr 18 Hollis, Queens Co., NY interred Cypress Hills Cem., Kings Co.,
      NY
   df 1959 Feb 10 at her daughter's home in Manchester, CN and interred Cypress
      Hills Cem., Kings Co., NY
 with Louise Lucille (nee Kellner 72) Doughty
   Isaac L 73     Jane Louise 73
   b1922          b1925

Jane Amelia Doughty 72
   bf 1879 ___ __ to Isaac Linton Doughty 71 et ux Jane (nee Nott 71) Doughty
   df 1964

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Eunice Eliza Doughty 72
   bf 1874 ___ __ James Freeland Doughty 71 et ux Arminda Jane (nee Staples 71)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ James Palmer Diebler 72
   bm 1863
   df 1921
   dm 1928
 with James Palmer Diebler 72
   Dorothy L 73
   b1896

Margaret Olive Doughty 72
   bf 1877 ___ __ James Freeland Doughty 71 et ux Arminda Jane (nee Staples 71)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Edward Eversole 72
   bm 1875
   dm 1962
 with Edward Eversole 72
   Eunice D 73    Gardner S 73
   b1908          b1912

James Freeland Doughty 72
   bm 1880 ___ __ James Freeland Doughty 71 et ux Arminda Jane (nee Staples 71)
      Doughty
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Julia Logan Doughty 72
   bf 1873 Dec 24 to Charles Augustus Doughty 71 with Julia Catherine (nee Logan
      71) Doughty in Kings Co., NY

William Farrell Doughty 72
   bm 1876 Mar 29 to Charles Augustus Doughty 71 with Julia Catherine (nee Logan
      71) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Ora Pearl Wetmore 72
   bf 1880
   dm 1947
 with Ora Pearl (nee Wetmore 72) Doughty
   Florence W 73
   b1905

George Arthur Doughty 72
   bm 1879 Apr 21 to Charles Augustus Doughty 71 with Julia Catherine (nee Logan
      71) Doughty in Kings Co., NY
   mf ____ ___ __ May Jeannette Kloppenburg 72
   bf 1890
   dm 1914

Amelia "Amy" Taylor Doughty 72
   bf 1889 Aug 12 to Charles Augustus Doughty 71 with Julia Catherine (nee Logan
      71) Doughty in Kings Co., NY
   mm 1914 ___ __ Reginald Heber Scott 72, Rev. named for the Bishop of India.
   bm 1880 ___ __ to William Scott 71 et ux Annie (nee Daunt 71) in Norwich,
      Ontario, CAN, he a minister.  DC from Dorothy Miller Scott.
   zm 1880 Oct 20 at Ridgetown, Ontario.  DMS.
   dm 1959 ___ __ both interred Greenfield Cemetery, Roosevelt, Long Island, NY
   df 1973
 with Reginald Heber Scott 72
   William D 73
   b

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Nellie Doughty 72
   bf ____ ___ __ to George Ireland Doughty 71 et ux Jane (nee Porch 71) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ John Green 72

Nellie Doughty 72
   bf____ ___ __ Frank Edwin Doughty 71 et ux Jennie (nee Porch 71) Doughty
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Alberta G. Doughty 72
   bf 1885 Oct 17 to Samuel Weeks Doughty 71 et ux Evelyn (nee Eckert 71)
      Doughty in Kings County, NY
   n. After her Mother's death and Father's disappearance, she was raised by
      her maternal grandparents.
   df 1978 Nov 27 New Haven, CN interred St. Paul's Cemetery, Red Hook, NY in
      the John Eckert Plot, Lot 53.

Mary Louise Doughty 72
   bf 1887 Apr 18 to Samuel Weeks Doughty 71 et ux Evelyn (nee Eckert 71)
      Doughty in Kings County, NY
   mm ____ ___ __ William H. Palmer 72
   bm 1885
   df 1968 Oct 06 in New Haven CN, interred Cypress Hills Cem., Kings Co., NY
 with William H. Palmer 72
   Ruth 73

Evelyn Doughty 72
   bf 1888 ___ __ to Samuel Weeks Doughty 71 et ux Evelyn (nee Eckert 71)
      Doughty in Kings County, NY
   df ____ ___ __ in childhood, interred St. Paul's Lutheran Cem., Red Hook, NY

Hazel Doughty 72
   bf 1890 Jan 30 to Samuel Weeks Doughty 71 et ux Evelyn (nee Eckert 71)
      Doughty in Kings County, NY
   df 1890 Sep __ interred in Cypress Hills Cem., Kings Co., NY
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William Clarence Doughty 72
   bm 1908 Jul 09 to William Nelson Doughty 71 et ux Mary Frances (nee Gates 71)
      Doughty at 22 Irving St., Brooklyn, NY.
   mf 1929 Jul 27 Patricia Lucille Andrusaitis 72 in City Clerk NYC, NY& Baptist
      Church in Greenpoint, NY.
   bf 1906 Dec 12 in Silvertown, ENG.
   dm 1972 Mar 19 at 3399 SW15 Ct., Fort Lauderdale, FL of lung cancer.
   df 1994 Jun 15 in Hospice of West Palm Beach, FL.
 with Patricia Lucille (nee Andrusaitis 72) Doughty
   William C 73   Eugene James73 Robert A 73
   b19300418      b19321228      b19460306
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Olive Elizabeth Doughty 72
   bf 1909 Aug 24 to Arthur Ashley Doughty 71 et ux Olive Ede (nee Work 71)
      Doughty
   mm 1928 Jan 21 Robert William Teller Lehnert 72
   bm 1905 Mar 18
   dm 1969 Jun 18
   df 1995 Sep 06 in Huntington, NY.
   n. Donald Robert Lehnert; Patricia Joan Lehnert mm~_ Liebau bm~1953; Phyllis
      Fay Lehnert mm~1955 Fenn bm~1930; Robert William Lehnert; Eugene David
      Lehnert.
 with Robert William Teller Lehnert 72
   Donald R 73    Patricia J 73  Phyllis Fay 73 Judith 73      Bruce Alan 73
   b19281016      b19310802      b19330218      b19370307      b19430609
   Robert W 73    Eugene D 73
   b19460409      b19460409

Janet Catherine Doughty 72
   bf 1914 Feb 16 to Arthur Ashley Doughty 71 et ux Olive Ede (nee Work 71)
      Doughty
   mm 1938 Aug 02 David C. Thompson 72
   bm~1913
   df 1990 Mar 18

Arthur Ashley Doughty 72
   bm 1916 Dec 31 to Arthur Ashley Doughty 71 et ux Olive Ede (nee Work 71)
      Doughty in Jamaica, NY.
   mf 1940 Dec 21 Mary Bridget Walsh 72
   bf 1922 Dec 16
   dm 1941 Mar 04 on board ship, interred Mt. Olivet Cemetery
 with Mary Bridget (nee Walsh 72) Doughty
   Arthur A A 73
   b19411017

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Clarence Raymond Doughty 72
   bm 1916 Apr 29 to Clarence Cornelius Doughty 71 et ux Elizabeth Mary (nee
      Costello 71) Doughty in NY.
   mf 1937 Oct 23 Ann Josephine Sladeck 72 in NY.
   df 1991 Jul 30 in Brooklyn, NY.
 with Ann Josephine (nee Sladeck 72) Doughty
   Elizabeth A 73 Raymond J 73   Alan John 73   Ellen E 73     Anne F 73
   b19380423      b19410304      b19440511      b19480629      b19550920

Joan Pauline Doughty 72
   bf 1918 Jan 08 to Clarence Cornelius Doughty 71 et ux Elizabeth Mary (nee
      Costello 71) Doughty

Arthur Clarence Doughty 72
   bm 1940 Oct 03 to Clarence Cornelius Doughty 71 et ux Frances Englert 71)
      Doughty
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Elizabeth Goble Woodin Doughty 72
   bf 1897 ___ __ to Robert Woodin Doughty 71 with Jennie Grace (nee Goble 71)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Harold Willis Alden 72
   bm 1895
   dm 1951
 with Harold Willis Alden 72
   Priscilla G 73

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John T. Doughty 73
   bm 1877 ___ __ to Ephraim Doughty 72 with Mary B. (nee _ 72) Doughty

Anna Doughty 73
   bf 1879 ___ __ to Ephraim Doughty 72 with Mary B. (nee _ 72) Doughty

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Ella A. Doughty 73
   bf 1877 ___ __ to William T. Doughty 72 et ux Idella (nee Goff 72) Doughty
      Millville, NJ.
   df 1877 Jun 29 at 6 mo. of cholera in Millville.

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Helen Edna Doughty 73
   bf 1916 Sep 15 to Herman William Doughty 72 with Georgia Edna (nee Moore 72)
      Doughty

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Clara Doughty 73
   bf 1882 Nov 21 to James Craig Doughty 72 et ux Etta Wallace (nee Boody 72)
      Doughty
   df 1886 May 22

Ethel "Elsie" Doughty 73
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Craig Doughty 72 et ux Etta Wallace (nee Boody 72)
      Doughty

Jane "Jennie" Boody Doughty 73
   bf 1895 Jun 02 to James Craig Doughty 72 et ux Etta Wallace (nee Boody 72)
      Doughty
   mm 1920 Mar 30 Theodore Augustus Goeller 73
   bm 1896 Nov 21 Woodstock, NY
   dm 1972 Oct 05 Media, PA
   df 1984 Jun 19
   n. sent MEGB74 the Doughty file 1997 and she called RWC75 and sent alot of
      Whitaker information.
   n. Mary Louise Goeller 74 Collingdale, PA. mm 19520530 Harry Clement
      Burrichter 74 at Media, PA. bm 1923 Apr 11 Philadelphia, PA.
 with Theodore Augustus Goeller 73
   Mary L 74
   b19280416
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Ida H. Doughty 73
   bf 1888 Sep __ to John Ivins Doughty 72 et ux Grace A. (nee Hirst 72)
      Doughty in PA. City Archives did not find a birth record 1887-1889 Sep.
   n. No children.


Howard E. Doughty 73
   bm 1891 Aug 01 to John Ivins Doughty 72 et ux Grace A. (nee Hirst 72) Doughty
      in Philadelphia, PA.
   n. High school in Phila. 1905-08.
   n. 1907-09 Internatioal Corr. Schs.
   n. 1910-12 draftsman at Link-Belt Co., Philadelphia, PA. Chief Elk.
   n. 1912-26 Gifford-Wood, Hudson, N.Y.
   mf 1914 Jun 30 Alida B. Hay 73
   bf 1892 Aug 06
   n. 1928 Pres. and Gen'l Manager of Lorenson-Matthews Mfg. Co, steel
      fabricators, Dickson City, PA since 1928.
   n. 1939 Who's Who in PA.  A. N. Marquis Co., 1053 pp. Google 2007/Jun.
      Member of Scranton, PA Chamber of Commerce.  Republican.  Mason. Scranton,
      PA Kiwanis Club.  Abington Men's, Pres., Clarks Summit, PA.  Home: 211
      Grove Av., Clarks Summit, PA.  Office: Dickson City, PA.
   n. 1920 & 30 Censuses found by Jeff Baker in 2006.
   c. 1920 U. S. Census T625 R___ V___ SD8 E33 S12B L62 X/231/314. Jeff Baker.
      NY, Columbia Co., Hudson City, Ward 5 (Part of).
      Enumerated: 1920 Jan 15 & 16, E. T. Thompson.

 Name                    Rel.  HHSCAgeMYOI NYON SRWPOB        Lang    FPOB       Lang    MPOB       Lang    ETrade       Industry    EFarm
 Howard E. Doughty       Head  OMMW 28M          YYPA                 PA                 PA                 YPurchasing ASteel & IronS
 Alida                   Wife    FW 27M          YYNY                 NY                 NY                 YNone
 Franklin H.             Son     MW  5S            NY                 PA                 NY                 YNone

   c. 1930 U. S. Census T___ R___ V___ SD6 E35-120 S11B L88 911/278/294  JBaker
      PA, Lackawanna Co., Clarke Summit Borough, Lansdowne Ave.
      Enumerated: 1930 Apr 18, Edwin A. Vokz

 Name                         Rel.            HV       RHSCAgeMAFMNYPOB             FPOB           MPOB            Language  A  B  C  YOI NE Occupation              Industry              Code  CENOTVWar
 Howard E. Doughty            Head            R    55,-RYMW 38M 23NYPA              NJ             NJ          58                           YPresident               Steel Mfg.            7328WY     N
 Alida B.                     Wife                       FW 37M 21NYNY              NY             NY          56                           YNone
 Franklin H.                  Son                        MW 15S   YYNY              PA             NY          56                           YNone
 Leona G.                     Daughter                   FW  9    YYNY              PA             NY          56                           YNone
 John I.                      Son                        MW 8m    N PA              PA             NY          58                            None

   dm 1976?
   df 1982 Jul __ at Clarks Summit, PA 18411.  SSN 164-30-2024.
   n. 2007 June 18, Sunday; personal communication with Theresa (nee Bennett 75)
      and Carl Doughty via telephone.
      Descendants: not otherwise shown. Paul Doughty, Carl Doughty  were nicely
      asked to contribute DNA to the Doughty/Doty DNA study to help cement the
      association of the line from Elias Doughty (Mary Babcock) to the Rev.
      Francis Doughty.  Despite the fact that they leave their DNA just about
      everywhere they go, it was too much to ask for a Q-tip swab and analysis
      that was going to cost them nothhing.  Some are born to be helpful, some
      not. Carl reports that any who would be interested in the family history
      are long gone. I haven't been able to talk to John Ivins Doughty and when
      I asked Carl, I suspect there will be a conspiracy, as indicated by the
      quiet on the phone unless he is not able to communicate. Pitiful.
 with Alida B. (nee _ 73) Doughty
   Franklin H 74  Leona G 74     John I 74
   b1915          b1921          b1929

George H. Doughty 73
   bm 1893 Mar 29 to John Ivins Doughty 72 et ux Grace A. (nee Hirst 72) Doughty
      in PA.  City Archives birth record indicates addending physician
      as W. O. Higgate, of 4502 Lancaster Ave.  Father George a machinest and,
      Mother Grace of 4213 Pennsgrove St.
   n. 1920 U. S. Census living with father
   n. 1930 U. S. Census living with father. Found by Jeff Baker.

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Ralph Emerson Doughty 73
   bm 1875 ___ __ Elbridge G. Doughty 72 with Hattie (nee _ 72) Doughty
   mf 1899 Mar 08 Mary Virginia Stevenson 73 both of Stockton, NJ by Recorder
      Nowrey.  TR18990308

Eland Doughty 73
   bm 1878 ___ __ Elbridge G. Doughty 72 with Hattie (nee _ 72) Doughty
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William Howard Doughty 73
   bm 1907 ___ __ William Howard Doughty 72 et ux Lydia Sanford (nee Vail 72)
      Doughty

Joseph Sanford Doughty 73
   bm 1910 ___ __ William Howard Doughty 72 et ux Lydia Sanford (nee Vail 72)
      Doughty

Betsy Hart Doughty 73
   bf 1912 ___ __ William Howard Doughty 72 et ux Lydia Sanford (nee Vail 72)
      Doughty
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Edward Crosby Doughty 73
   bm 1911 ___ __ to Edward Crosby Doughty 72 with Gertrude Rutgers (nee Russel
      72) Doughty

Gertrude Russel Doughty 73
   bf 1914 ___ __ to Edward Crosby Doughty 72 with Gertrude Rutgers (nee Russel
      72) Doughty
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Mary Rumney Doughty 73
   bf 1912 ___ __ Richard Hart Doughty 72 et ux Kathleen Gaine (nee Rumney 72)
      Doughty

Kathleen Rutgers Doughty 73
   bf 1915 ___ __ Richard Hart Doughty 72 et ux Kathleen Gaine (nee Rumney 72)
      Doughty

Jean Crosby Doughty 73
   bf 1917 ___ __ Richard Hart Doughty 72 et ux Kathleen Gaine (nee Rumney 72)
      Doughty
   df 1919
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Elizabeth Wardrop Doughty 73
   bf 1907 Aug 08 to Isaac Linton Doughty 72 with Alberta Pauline (nee
      Phillips 72) Doughty
   df 1909 Mar __ interred Cypress Hills Cem., Kings Co., NY

Ruth Doughty 73
   bf 1910 Oct 21 to Isaac Linton Doughty 72 with Alberta Pauline (nee
      Phillips 72) Doughty in Corona, Queens Co., NY
   mm ____ ___ __ William Fuller Blaylock 73
   bm 1908
 with William Fuller Blaylock 73
   William F 74
   b1908
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Isaac Linton Doughty 73
   bm 1922 ___ __ to Samuel Nott Doughty 72 et ux Louise Lucille (nee Kellner
      72) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Barbra Jane Eyth 73
   bf 1924
 with Barbra Jane (nee Eyth 73) Doughty
   David L 74
   b1948

Jane Louise Doughty 73
   bf 1925 ___ __ to Samuel Nott Doughty 72 et ux Louise Lucille (nee Kellner
      72) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ William H. Bayrer 73
   bm 1923
 with William H. Bayrer 73
   Charles 74     Constance E 74
   b              b1949
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Florence Wetmore Doughty 73
   bf 1905 ___ __ William Farrell Doughty 72 et ux Ora Pearl (nee Wetmore 72)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ William Lambert 73
   df 1972
 with William Lambert 73

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William Clarence Doughty 73
   bm 1930 Apr 18 to William Clarence Doughty 72 et ux Patricia Lucille (nee
      Andrusaitis 72) Doughty in Lutheran Hospital, Brooklyn, NY.
   mf 1951 Jun 23 Gladys Marie Redmond 73 in OLPH RC Church, Ozone Park, Queens
      Co., NY.
   bf 1930 Apr 17 in Methodist Episcopal Hospital, Brooklyn, NY.

Eugene James Doughty 73
   bm 1932 Dec 28 to William Clarence Doughty 72 et ux Patricia Lucille (nee
      Andrusaitis 72) Doughty in Brooklyn, NY.
   mf 1952 Nov 22 Joan Elizabeth Lawler 73 in NY Civil (later in Our Lady of
      Lourds Church, Ozone Park, Queens Co., NY.
   bf 1932 Jun 17 in NY,NY.
   mf 1967 Jun 23 Ann Larsen Konior 73 in NY State.
   bf 1935 Mar 13 in NY State.

Robert Andrew Doughty 73
   bm 1946 Mar 06 to William Clarence Doughty 72 et ux Patricia Lucille (nee
      Andrusaitis 72) Doughty in Floral Park, NY.
   mf 1966 Aug 24 Elizabeth Jane Parker 73 in Washington and later in NY State
      in church.
   bf 1946 Sep 14 in Washington.
   dm 1993 Jun 20 in Everett General Hospital, Everett, WA.
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Arthur Ashley Anthony Doughty 73
   bm 1941 Oct 17 to Arthur Ashley Doughty 72 et ux Mary Bridget (nee Walsh 72)
      Doughty in Jamaica Hospital, Queens, NY.  Arthur's father Arthur died in
      the service of his country before his son was born.
   mf 1964 Sep 03 Joan Guzewicz 73 in Chichicquia, Mexico.
   bf 1938 Sep 21 in Unity Hospital, Brooklyn, NY.
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Elizabeth Anne Doughty 73
   bf 1938 Apr 23 to Clarence Raymond Doughty 72 et ux Ann Josephine (nee
      Sladeck 72) Doughty in NY.
   df 1938 May 10 in NY.

Raymond Joseph Doughty 73
   bm 1941 Mar 04 to Clarence Raymond Doughty 72 et ux Ann Josephine (nee
      Sladeck 72) Doughty

Alan John Doughty 73
   bm 1944 May 11 to Clarence Raymond Doughty 72 et ux Ann Josephine (nee
      Sladeck 72) Doughty

Ellen Elizabeth Doughty 73
   bf 1948 Jun 29 to Clarence Raymond Doughty 72 et ux Ann Josephine (nee
      Sladeck 72) Doughty

Anne Frances Doughty 73
   bf 1955 Sep 20 to Clarence Raymond Doughty 72 et ux Ann Josephine (nee
      Sladeck 72) Doughty in NY.
   mm~1976 ___ __ John Tedesco 73
   bm 1953 Sep 29
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Franklin H. Doughty 74
   bm 1915 ___ __ to Howard E. Doughty 73 et ux Alida B. (nee Hay 73) Doughty
   n. 2007 June 18, Sunday; personal communication with Theresa (nee Bennett 75)
      and Carl Doughty via telephone.
      Descendants: not otherwise shown.  Paul Doughty, Carl Doughty were asked
      to contribute DNA to the Doughty/Doty DNA study to help cement the
      association of the line to the Rev. Francis Doughty.  Despite the fact
      that they leave their DNA just about everywhere they go, it was too much
      to ask for a Q-tip swab and analysis that was going to cost them nothing.
      Some are born to be helpful, some not.  I haven't been able to talk to
      John Ivins Doughty, I suspect there will be a conspiracy. Carl reports
      that any who would be interested in the family history are long gone.

Leona G. Doughty 74
   bm 1921 ___ __ to Howard E. Doughty 73 et ux Alida B. (nee Hay 73) Doughty

John I. Doughty 74
   bm 1929 ___ __ to Howard E. Doughty 73 et ux Alida B. (nee Hay 73) Doughty

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David Linton Doughty 74
   bm 1948 ___ __ Isaac Linton Doughty 73 et ux Barbra Jane (nee Eyth 73)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Laura Lee Gotta 74
 with Laura Lee (nee Gotta 74) Doughty
   Danielle M 75  Jennifer L 75
   b1979          b1983
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Danielle Marie Doughty 76
   bf 1979 ___ __ David Linton Doughty 75 with Laura Lee (nee Gotta 75) Doughty

Jennifer Lynn Doughty 76
   bf 1983 ___ __ David Linton Doughty 75 with Laura Lee (nee Gotta 75) Doughty

LINKAGE END 00 Francis Doughty, The Reverend of Long Island/Virginia

   n. 1750 Apr 16 - Genealogical and personal memoroal of Mercer Co.
      John Reading, son of John Reading, was born in Hunterdon county,
      1722 March 30, and died prior to the death of his father. He was collector
      of Hunterdon county from 1745 to 1747.  Captain John Reading, son of
      John Reading, was born in Hunterdon county, 1751. In 17^ he was ensign in
      Captain Thomas Reading's company, was promoted second lieutenant in
      Captain Doughty's company, third battalion, second establishment, and on
      1777 January i, first lieutenant in Captain Cox's company, same battalion.
      He retired from the army, 1780 September 26.  He later held a commission
      as captain. He died 1820 November 30.

Elias Doughty _
   bm 1792
   dm
      1819 Jan 12 NY Eve. Post, Washington, NJ, Saturday
      Elias Doughty, Brooklyn  27.

John H. Doughty _
   n. 1838 NYCD John H. Doughty, carver, rear 41 Hester, h. 342 Grand   dms

Joseph Doughty _
   n. 1838 NYCD Joseph Doughty, shipmaster, 261 Delancy   dms

Edith L. Doughty
   wf 1952 Jun 29 NJ_CuCWR B_65 P245
   df
      1952 Nov 21 will probated.

   n. Maria (STEVENSON) KIP married after the death of Jesse KIP.
      Jesse's widow married secondly a DOUGHTY. No dates given in the KIP book.

Isaiah Doughty _
   bm 1835 ___ __ to
   mf ____ ___ __ Jane E. _ _
   dm 1902 Jul 13 Obit.: New York Times, P15 No. 3.
      Doughty.-July 11 at Sailors' Snug Harbor Hospital, Staten Island, Capt.
      Isaiah Doughty, aged 67 years, father of Charles Doughty of 96 Hardenbrook
      Avenue, Jamaica.
   df 1909 Mar 18
      1909 Mar 19 Obit.: New York Times, P9 Obit No. 1
      Doughty - On March 18, at the residence of her daughter, 226 Winthrop St.,
      Brooklyn, Jane E. Doughty, widow of the late Isaiah Doughty.  Funeral
      services will be held Saturday, March 20, at 2:30 P.M. from the residence
      of her son, Charles R. Doughty, 96 Hardenbrook Av., Jamaica, N.Y.
 with
   Charles R _
   b


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   n. which John?
   ld 1819 Aug 05 OH_MCDR 1819-24 V1 P32 Transcribed by Sharon Bickle Rickerson
      From bingham jnlk.com Mon Apr 19 23:49:13 1999
      http://genealogy.emcee.com/~baf/deeds/deeds.html
      Grantor: Nimrod Hysel et ux Elizabeth of Salisbury Twp, OH
      Grantee: Saml Everett and William Kerr of Salisbury Twp, OH
      Transaction:  two hundred and fifty dollars
      Description: A certain piece or parcel of land lying on Leading Creek
      in the County of Meigs being a part of Lot No. three hundred and twenty
      two being the fifth division lot so called drawn in the name of John
      Doughty in the division draft of the Ohio Company's land bounded as
      follows Beginning eighteen rods due west from the North east corner of the
      before mentioned lot at the center of the East fork of Leading creek,
      thence west with the line of said lot to the center of the main fork of
      Leading creek, thence down the center of said creek to the south line of
      said lot, thence east on said line to the place of beginning. To have and
      to hold the aforesaid premises to them Samuel Everett and William Kerr,
      their heirs and assigns forever in fee simple. And I the said Nimrod Hysel
      for myself, my heirs, executors and administrators do covenant with the
      said Everett and Kerr, their heirs and assigns that I will forever warrant
      and defend the same tract of land against lawful claims of all persons
      whosoever. In testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seals
      this fifth day of August AD one thousand eight hundred and nineteen.
      Signed, sealed and delivered }
      Arc Murray                   }           Nimrod his+mark Hysel (seal)
      Holliday Hisle               }           Eliza her+mark Hysel (seal)
      The State of Ohio            } Before me A. Murray one of the acting
                                     Justice of Meigs County
                                   } Salisbury August 6th AD 1819.  I certify
                                     that the foregoing is a true copy from the
                                     original.     Robt Barton, recorder.

   n. Subject: Re: Daniel Doughty
      Thomas (Liz Ismond)   b1695
      Thomas (?)            <1725  may be same Thomas in Bucks Co. w/bro Jacob
                                   and wife Ann Burroughs and may also be father
                                   of Jeff's Daniel. It is becoming more
                                   probable.
      that this is the Thomas of my Elias is the conjecture.
      His brother Elias (wm 1750) says he has a son Elias and dau Elizabeth.
      From jbaker greenapple.com Sat Apr 24 08:34:53 1999
      Ron: For what it's worth, here's my ten cents! Daniel & Martha Lanney have
      a son named Daniel also. (He married Anna McAuley)  Daniel's first
      born son is named Elias! Jeff

   n. Smith - From bingham   jnlk.com 1999 Apr 24 12:21:00 Sat.
      Lewis Cook's article about John Smith of Smithfield affirms your Smith
      data from Salem County. It relies mainly on Friends meeting records and
      NJA. He does add a 6th child, Jeremiah, like Jonathon, born in Salem.
      There is no mention of a connection to the Burlington crew, so I guess
      the connection must have been in England if it was anywhere at all.
      Richard Craven indeed came to Salem, NJ, and was involved with some of
      his nephews' affairs.
      Likewise, Cook indicates no connection to a Smithfield, PA; however, his
      account leaves off a generation or so before the Revolution when the
      Doughty boys were there. That is another problem since the connection to
      the arrival in Smithfield in 1675 pre-dates the Revolution by a century.
      (And we know how disconnected from family we can become in four or five
      generations.)

William Doughty _
   mf 1782 May 21 Catherine Parkinson _ NYMR V36 P13

Thomas Doughty _
   mf 1763 Nov 02 Jane Bradley _ NYMR V7 P425

Charles Doughty _
   mf 1733 Jan 13 Elizabeth Baldwin _ LDSR0017693 Hempstead, LI, NY

Charles Doughty _
   n. History of Medicine in New Jersey: And of Its Medical Men, from ..
      , Stephen Wickes 1879. P237.
      Received his degree of Master of Arts at King's College, NY in 1768, and
      Batchelor of Medicine at the same in 1772.  That he lived in NJ in 1774,
      appears from his admission to membership of the Medical Society in that
      year.  He probably left upon the breajing out of the war, as his presence
      at the meetings of the Society are not noted, and we find him a surgeon in
      Col. Delancy's battalion, in 1782.

Edward Doughty _
   mf 1771 Dec 03 Sarah Betts _ NYMR V17 P280

Sarah Doughty _
   mm 1783 Aug 03 Titus Lefford _ he of Hemstead, she of Oyster Bay. Apr 26 NYMR
      V38 P118; LDSR0017693 P23


Margaret Doughty _
   mm 1792 Feb 05 James Abrahams _ he of Hemstead, she of S. Hempstead
      LDSR0017693 P37

   n.  Doughty 1830 Gloucester (now Atlantic) Co. Census--Heads of Household
       listed by me only. More detail available.
   Egg Harbor
   John    40-50
   Enoch   70-80
   n. 1830 Gloucester (now Atlantic) Co. Census--Heads of Household listed
   by GJB76 only. More detail available.
   Galloway
   Joseph  20-30
   Thomas  50-60
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LINKAGE BEGIN 01  Edward Doughty of Philadelphia, PA (The Butcher/Lumberman)


Edward Doughty 05
   bm ____ ___ __
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Croft 05
   bf ____ ___ __ to James Croft 04 of Burlington Co., NJ
   n. CRAFT - First Settlers of Ye Plantations of Piscataway and Woodbridge,
      Olde East New Jersey, Part 5, by Orra Eugene Monnette, Los Angeles: The
      LeRoy Carman Press, 1931; page 812 refers to a James CRAFT, son of John &
      Rebecca (Wheelock) Craft who reportedly was born abt 1664 in Roxbury,
      Suffolk Co., MA and died in Burlington N.J.
   n. Margot Schnadel of Augusta, GA states in the Doughty Tree that Edward
      of Egg Harbor was this couple's son.
   n. butcher Esq., of Phila, PA.
   n. PMoHaB V15 P249
      "Can anyone give me the names of the children of Edward Doughty who
       resided in Phila. in 1688 and bought property on Front St. in Dec. of
       same year.  V."
   n.~1685 ___ __ Burlington Court Book of West New Jersey 1680-1709 GSOP. P96
      William Myers plaintiff against Edward Doughty defendant, withdrawn, debt.
      Date deduced from relative location in book.
   ld 1688 Colonial Philadelphians P37, Hannah Benner Roach. n. 1693
      Grantor: William Stanley, Jr.
      Grantee: Edward Doughty, butcher.
      Description: 30-foot lot on Front Street, north of High which extended to
      Second Street.
   n. 1688-1699 family lived in Phila., Bought lot in 1688 between Front and
      Second and between High (Market) and Mulberry (Arch). GCHS file data from
      Mr. & Mrs. Frank Doughty, of MD 1978
   n. wf 1688 Aug 05 PAPCWA Philadelphia County Will Abstracts P27 B_A N45
      Elizabeth Hamond widow of Michael Hammond, late of Phila. Nuncupative
      Will.
      Executor: Nathaniel Watson and Edward Doughty. Thomas Smith, Sarah
      Griscom, Hester Wood, William Hudson. Declared 1688 6th 05s
      Proved 1688 9th 06 Recorded P89.
   ld 1692 Dec 10 Philadelphia Exemplification (ie Deeds Grantor to Grantee)
      P287  LDS#0021872   19980731 Gleanings by RWC75
      Grantor: William Dillwyn, of City of Philadelphia, Province of PA, sadler
      with consent of his wife Sarah, and Thomas Langston, of aforesaid,
      bricklayer
      Grantee: Edward Doughty, butcher
      Description:  (and noe conveyance thereof made till now)
      for fourteen pounds ~~~shillings, two tracts of land situate in liberties
      of Philadelphia.  (1)  Sixteen acres by John Day and Co.'s confirmed by
      patent unto William and Sarah Dillwyn 1692 Nov 26 by William Penn. POB
      corner White Oake fo John Day and Company; southsoutheast by a street or
      rhoad 56.5 perches; westsouthwest 45 pc; northnorthwest by a line of
      trees eastnortheast by aforesaid Day and Co. land 45 perches to POB and
      containing 16 acres. (2) corner post of Sarah ffuller's land;
      northnorthwest 56.5 perches; westsouthwest by John Day and Co. land 22 pc;
      southsoutheast 56.5 perches; eastnortheast by a line of trees 22 pc to POB
      containing eight acres confirmed by patent 1692 Nov 26 to John Barnes and
      assigned over to William and Sarah Dillwyn 1692 Dec 01.  Wit.: William
      Cotton, ffrancis Cook, signed by William and Sarah Dillwyn and Thomas
      Langston.
   n. 1693 at the property on Front street on an estate rated at L120.
   wm 1695 ___ __ Edward Doughty   Administration    A 231   GET
   dm 1696 Oct 07 Phila, PA.  Letters of Administration granted 1696 Dec 18 to
      Mary Doughty, widow.  Hinshaw's Quaker Genealogy, V2 P355 Philadelphia
      Monthly Meeting
   n. 1696 Nov 18 Administration
         .................. Mary Doughty, widow, relict ....
      ..................hiladelphia in ye Province of Pennsilvani..........
      ...stand justly indebted & firmly bound ... Tom? Marffam, Esqr Governor of
      y afsd province in ye penal sum of one thousand pounds .... monie of ye sd
      ...  to be paid to ye Tom? Marffam .........
      ... 18th day of Novembr 1696.
         ...
      in .. behalf made & shall limit & appoint and if it shall ... after
      appear .. at any Last will & testam... made by ye sd ... ....
      ....... accordingly ye sd Mary Doughty being yet required, do render and
      deliver ye sd ... of administration ....
      by reason of ye .......oblig... ....
      ...
      Witness: James Hox, Pat Robinson
      Signed: Mary Doughtey, Griffith Jones
      Inventory: 1697 .....
       Apprissed by Wm. Hudson
       Patrick Robinson
   ld 1698 Sep 08 Philadelphia Exemplification (ie Deeds Grantor to Grantee)
      P287  LDS#0021872   19980731 Gleanings by RWC75
      Grantor: John Parsons of Phila, PA, carpenter; Thomas Bradford of
      Phila., PA, Carpenter and Thomas Parsons of Frankford, Phila. Co., PA
      Millwright
      Grantee: Mary Dowtty of Phila., widow and sole executrix of
      Edward Dowtty, her late husband (deceased).
      Description: Witnesseth that John
      Parsons for the consideration of three pounds current money of PA to
      him paid by ye said Edward Dowttey in his lifetime, ye receipt whereof
      he doth hereby acknowledge hath given, granted eight acres hath given,
      granted by William Penn to John Parsons, his heirs  and assigns and
      surveyed by the Surveyor General 1685 Mar 16. POB corner of Thomas
      Bradford's land at ye street on northside; thence westsouthwest 56.5pc to
      a marked post in George Willard's line, thence southsoutheast 20pc to a
      corner of Thomas Rudyard; eastnortheast 56.5pc to another corner at or
      near a runside; northnortheast 23 pc to POB.
      Ditto the above eight acres laid out to said Thomas Bradford 1685 Mar
      16 and sold for three pounds. POB a corner of land formerly of John Wall
      and John Wallis by ye said Rhoadside; thence westsouthwest 56.5 pc to a
      post in George Williard's line; southsoutheast 23 perches to another
      corner of ye above mentioned piece of land; easte northeast 56.5 pc to a
      post at or near the above said row; northnorthwest 23 pc to POB eight
      acres granted by ye said proprietors ~~~ to ye said Thomas Bradford in
      right of Robert Somers (dec'd), his heir, William Leverall ye same to
      Thomas Bradford by deed recorded in the Rolls office at Phila. B_E2 V3 P141
      Ditto the above but for four acres to Thomas Parsons next to Thomas
      Bradford and sold for two pounds. POB corner of land of late Sarah Fuller
      ye said Rhoadside; westsouthwest 56.5 perches to a corner; southsoutheast
      11.5 pc to a corner of the last mentioned piece of land of Thomas
      Bradford; eastnortheast 56.5pc to another corner; northnorthwest 11.5 pc
      to POB 4 acres granted by the said Proprietors and surveyed 1865 Feb 26 to
      John Wall and John Wallis being the same 4 acres conveyed to William
      Tyler, then to Thomas Parsons by deed 1691 Dec 08 B_E3 V5 P244.
   ld 1699 Apr 20 Exemplification B_7 P372   LDS#0021872
      Grantor: Mary Doutty, widow and executrix of Edward Doutey
      Grantee: John Jones
      Description:  Whereas William Penn did grant to William Stanley, the
      purchaser of a lott of land in Philadelphia between High St. on ye
      south, Mulberry on ye north having width 102' and length 396' bounded
      on the northward by Joseph Fisher's lott, eastward with Delaware's Front
      St., southward with Thomas Callehill's, westward with Second St. to hold
      to him ye aforesaid William Stanley paying the rent of 5 shillings
      sterling on ye first day of ye first month, yearly, forever. B_A, Folio 36
      By virtue of which pattent, ye aforesaid William Stanley in live, became
      seized in his demesnes and said low was divided among his shildren who by
      indenture 1688 Dec 03 made between William Stanley (son) on one part and
      Edward Doutey of the other part did for the consideration therein
      mentioned, grnt, bargain, and sell to the said Edward Doutey, part of ye
      said lot bounded on the northe with Fairman's lott, thence along ye front
      St. 30 feet to ye lott of Thomas Hooton, then along said Hooton, 396 feet
      to Second St.; then up said street 30 feet to ye corner of Fairman's lot
      to the place of beginning as recorded B_E2, V5, F113 may appear by virtue
      whereof the said Edward Doutey, in his lifetyme became lawfully seized of
      the last mentioned lott of land .... and being so thereof seized, he, the
      said Edward Doutey, built a messuage upon it and afterwards by his deed
      poll dated 1689 May 01 did mortgage same messuage and lott of ground to
      James Marshall of Burlington for 30# which was not paid and which said
      property became absolutely vested in ye said James Marshall  who by last
      will 1694 Nov 10 having settled part of his real estate at Burlington upon
      his only son and given sundry legacies to his daughter and others did
      appoint Rachel Marshall, his wife, sole executrix and he did shortly
      thereafter die.  His will proved 1694 Feb 20, Rachel then married William
      Gabitas and whereas the said Edward Doutey being indebted to ye said
      James Marshall of 10 pounds and also indebted to Griffith Jones for 37
      pounds and both obtained judgements 1698 Jun 07 against Mary Doutey, but
      all agreed to let her sell to her advantage.
      William and Rachel Gabitas did release the said premises to said Mary
      Doutey Apr 14, instant.  John Jones, merchant of Philadelphia paid to
      said Mary Doutey 170# for ye said messuage or tennement & lot to be
      mortgaged and contains a 30' by 207' bounded eastward by Delaware, front
      St., southward with the lott of late Thomas Hooton, westward with land now
      of Thomas Tresse and northward the lott of late Thomas Fairman log cutter.
   n. the abovementioned tracts of land appear to be the same tracts used by the
      Doughtys and Youngs who were shipwrights.  RWC75
   n. wf 1731 Dec 01 NYCNY proved 1732 Apr 03  Charity Doughty, widow, of
      Jamaica, NY., in which she leaves legacies to 1. her eldest son Edward.
      2. Her daughter Mary. 3. Her son Charles, probably bm 1711 Apr 16. Her
      daughter Charity. 5. Her daughter Tishe.
      Executors: "her loving brothers" William Stevenson, Jonathan Waters and
      Daniel Whitehead.  Ethan Allan Doty P343 unexplained will.
   n. wm PA, Philadelphia Co., 1682-1726 Will Abstracts
      1711 Jun 12 Delwyn, William.  Philadelphia.
      1711 October 5  C. 264.
      Wife Sarah.  Son John.  Friends Christopher Blackburne; John Barnes;
      John Woodward, laborer; John Tilly; Samuel Brookes; John Oxley of
      Philadelphia, carrier; Elizabeth Gibbs alias Lodger, widow; Hannah
      Morris, widow; Stephen Milar of Philadelphia, mariner, for his son
      John; Joseph Jennet. Executors:  Dr. John Goodsonn and John Webb,
      tailor. Witnesses:  Peter Wishart, Sarah Brigam and Thomas Botbeon.
 with Mary (nee Croft 05) Doughty
   Edward 06      Robert 06
   b1695          b
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Edward Doughty 06
   bm 1695 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 05 et ux Mary (nee Croft 05) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret _ 06.  Though her surname is said to be Risley, Jerry
      U gives reasonable arguments that this is not likely.
      20081116 20:49 PC_CC RWC75. See Risley file.
   bf
   ld 1718 Feb 17 NJ_GCDR reference in B_CC P203
   n. 1726 Carpenter, owned, with 10 others, part of Absecon Island and much
      property in Great Egg Harbor Township, NJ
   ld 1725 06 09 Colonial Conveyances 1664-1794 V1 B_P P29
      Grantee: Doughty, Edward al Gloucester
      Grantor: John Budd
   n. Gloucester County, NJ, Tavern Licenses Granted from Gloucester County
      Historical Society card file. GJBingham 76.
      1754  Edward Doughtey Egg Harbor Twp.
   ld 17480428 NJ_GCDR B_CC P203   2000 Mar 30 rwc   gchs
      Grantor: Thomas Wetherill of the City of Burlington, Province of NJ.
      Grantee: Edward Doughty of Gloucester Co., Province of NJ.
      Transaction: 5 pounds current money of the province of NJ for 100 acres
      Description: to be taken up on any part of the Western Division of said
      Province below the falls of the Delaware and being part of a warrant
      granted to Benjamin Field by the Council of Proprietors for the taking
      up of 620 acres of land on the fifth dividend and by an Assignment from
      the said Benjamin Field to the said Thomas Wetherell for the said 620
      acres of land bearing date the 7th day of April 1748, together with all
      the .....  hard to read.
   ld 1766 Feb 05
   wm 1766 Feb 05 Doughty, Edward, Archives of the State of NJ V3_ P119 Lib14
      P263 of Great Egg_Harbor, Gloucester Co., carpenter.  Wife, Margaret, 1/3
      house and plantation where I dwell, and 1/3 my grist mill; also live stock
      and household goods; and, after wife's death, the goods to be divided
      among my three daughters, Mary Lee, Margeret Risley and Rebecca Risley.
      Son, Edward, Jr., my plantation and all my lands, except 200 acres and my
      mill on Absecon Beach, and, after his death, to his son Edward.  Son,
      Robert, 4 acres where his house and mill stand, and also my grist mill;
      also the 1/2 of my sawmill; and the other 1/2 of saw mill I give to my son
      Edward.  Son, Thomas and my son Abner, the land that was formerly Isaac
      Adams'.  Son, Jonathan, the plantation where he dwells.  Son, John, 100
      acres joining John Engersol's land; also 50 acres on Clames Branch, and 50
      acres on Absecon Creek.  Executor: son, Edward. Witnesses: Richard Risley,
      Debrow Cordrey, Rebecca Risley.
      Haddonfield, New Jersey, November 23, 1898    J. R. S.
   dm 1770 Mar __
   n. death date from WD as above
 with Margaret (nee _ 06) Doughty
   Edward 07      Robert 07      Thomas 07      Abner 07       Jonathan 07
   b1724          b1726          b              ~1740          b
   John 07        Mary 07        Margaret 07    Rebecca 07
   b              b              b17340303      b

Robert Doughty 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to Edward Doughty 05 et ux Mary (nee Croft 05) Doughty
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Edward Doughty 07
   bm 1724 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 06 et ux Margaret (nee _ 06) Doughty.
   mf 1749 Nov 16 Millicent Somers 07, (GrEH) NJA v22 p381.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Somers 06 et ux Mary (nee Leeds 06) Somers
   n. Gloucester County, NJ, Tavern Licenses Granted. From Gloucester County
      Historical Society card file. GJBingham 76.
      1755 Edward Doughtey, Jr. Great Egg Harbor, Glouc. Co.
      1756 Glouc. Co.
      1757 Great Egg Harbor Twp.
   z. 1763 Apr 23 Millicent, wife of Edward Doughty, and the four children of
      Edward and Millicent Doughty, were baptized at Egg_Harbour, by Rev. Mr.
      Sturgeon, of Christ Church, Philadelphia, Pa. while he was on a missionary
      excursion to Little Egg Harbor. P412
   ld 1769 08 22 Colonial Conveyances 1664-1794 V1 B_A-F P528
      Grantor: Edward Doughty, Sr.
      Grantee: Thomas and Abner Doughty, Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co.,
      1770 Mar 28 proved by Deborah Cordery.
      1770 Mar 23 inventory, #64.1.0 made by Amos Ireland and John Steelman.
   n. 17701008 in a deed, wherein he transferred property to his brother
      Jonathan,  Edward is called "Merchant of New York".
      He removed from Gt. Egg Harbor to NYC where he was living 1770 Oct and
      1774 Apr.
   ld 1770 Dec 08 NJ_GCDR B_CC P202
      Grantor: Edward Doughty of NY, merchant
      Grantee: Jonathan Doughty of Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co, West Divis.
      of NJ
      Transaction:  Whereas Edward Doughty, Esq., late of GEH, afs'd dec'd.
      Milisent Doughty quits her right-of-dower in presense of Amos Ireland,
      John Doughty  1816 Apr 03 Leah Doughty.
   n. Baptisms of children by the Rev. Mr. Sturgeon, at Egg Harbor, NJ arb
      Leah Blackman's History of Little Egg Harbor Twp., Burlington Co., NJ 1880
   n. 1773 Dec 29 purchased from Daniel Ellis, of Burlington, N. J. , "50 acres
      of unappropriated land to be taken up and surveyed to him the said Edward
      Doughty in any place unappropriated in the Western Division of the
      Province of NJ below the Falls of Delaware."
   n. Holmes, Jonathan, of New York City, merchant - Adm(1774 Jan 10) Sarah
      Holmes, widow of dec'd - Bd: Sarah Holmes, widow, and William Denning and
      Edward Doughty, both merchants, all of New York City. GDNYAB P69
      Is this the James Holmes who died at the Battle of Princeton?
   ld 1774 Nov 23 NJ_GCBR B_DD P530 Rec. 1819 May 25 RWC 2002 Aug 09 GCHS
      NYGBR V30 P122
      Grantor: Edward Doughty, Sr., and Edward Doughty, Jr., both of the City
      and Province of New York, Merchants
      Grantee: Robert Doughty of Great Egg Harbor in the County of Gloucester,
      Millwright.
      Transaction: 30# current money of Province of West New Jersey for 160
      acres of land in Great Egg Harbor, being part of two larger tracts, one of
      which, the deed recites, Edward Doughty had bought 1760 Oct 10, of
      Noah Smith; the other was purchased 1758 Feb 10, of "Lewis Johnson, agent
      for the West Jersey Society,"  which land was given by Edward Doughty in
      his will " to his son, Edward Doughty, and his grandson, Edward Doughty,
      Junior". The deed was witnessed by Peter Cavalier and William Brown, Jr.
      All parties could write their names, the signatures of Edward Doughty, Jr,
      and William Brown, Jr., being in a beautiful chirography.  The deed was
      not recorded until 1819, when Sarah Cavalier proves the signature of Peter
      Cavalier, who was deceased. From NYG&BR, 1899 Apr. Notes on NJ by
      John R. Stevenson: (spelling as in article):
      Description: Beginning at a small Pine tree marked with four blazes and
      the letters ED standing in the southwest side of Delaware Rd., near the
      forks of Joseph Adams road running;
      Thence N45E 6C25L to a Pine tree marked for a corner;
      S77E 75.5C to a small Pine tree marked for a corner;
      N85E 8C to a small White Oak for a corner;
      S80E 25C to a small scrub White Oam marked for a corner standing near
      where the neck road crosses Adams rd;
      S 10.5C
      S15W 22C ti a Pine tree marked for a corner standing on a line of a tract
      of land formerly surveyed to Sarah Helby;
      W 32C8L to a stake;
      N33W 43C70L to the Point-of-Beginning containing 166.001 acres, part of
      500 acres purchased by Noah Smith from William Hewlings by indenture
      1760 Oct 01 and part of 1110 acres said Hewlings purchased of Benjamin
      McCullough et ux Hannah 1760 Apr 02 for which the said Hannah together
      with her former husband William Heurge obtained warrant from the Council
      of Proprietors 1,110 acres recorded at the Surveyor General's Office in
      Burlington and dated 1755 Nov 05.  Noah Smith conveyed to Edward Doughty
      1760 Dec 20 100 acres and by Edward Doughty's Last Will and Testament to
      son Edward Doughty and grandson Edward Doughty and by them unto Robert
      Doughty plus 65 acres which is part of 150 acres conveyed unto Edward
      Doughty purchased from Lewis Johnston, agent for the West Jersey Society
      by indenture 1758 Feb 10 and recorded in the Survey General's Office in
      Burlington, in Lib K Folio 118.
      Witness: Peter Cavilier, William Brown, Jr.
      1818 Feb 01 sworn to Judge Joseph Sharp by Sarah Cavilier.
   ld 1766 Feb 05
 with Millicent (nee Somers 07) Doughty
   Edward 08      Sarah 08       Samuel 08      Mary 08
   b17501120      b17520227      b17560310      b17580113

Robert Doughty 07
   bm 1726 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 06 et ux Margaret (nee _ 06) Doughty
      in Egg Harbor, NJ.
   mf 1749 Apr 16 Mary Scull 07 grandaughter of John Scull 05 bm1666 Hempstead,
      LI went to Egg Harbor, dm1748 et ux Mary Somers 05, John the son of Peter
      Scull 04 died 1748 at Gt. Egg Harbor.
   bf 1730 ___ __ to Abel Scull 06 et ux Martha (nee Hew 06) Scull of Egg Harbor
      NJ.   Abel, son of John Scull, will proved 1762 Dec 11.
   n. Millwright and owned considerable property.
   ld 1757 Dec 05 NJ_GCDR B_DD P528 Rec. 1819 May 25. RWC 2002/8/9 GCHS
      Grantor: Elias Steelman, yeoman of Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Robert Doughty, carpenter of Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co.,
      N. J.
      Transaction: 1#10s current lawful money of the Province of West New Jersey
      for 75 acres.
      Description: Land & cedar swamp situate in Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester
      Co., N. J. on the other side of Absecon Creek by a Pine tree for a corner;
      Thence S5W 71P to a dry Cedar tree by the side of a small Branch of the
      said creek;
      Thence S85W 60P to a corner;
      Thence S5E 71P to a corner;
      Thence N85E to the POB containing 75 acres.
   n. 1782 Jul Ratables in the Twp. of Gallaway, Glou. Co., NJ.  TSJC V1 N3 P23.
      Robert Doughty 100ac, Edward Doughty -, Abner Doughty, Jr. -,
      Jonathan Doughty 100ac, Abner Doughty, Sr. 125ac, Abijah Doughty -,
      Jonathan Doughty, Jr. -, Zephaniah Doughty -.
   n. 1793 Military Census for Galloway Twp., Glou. Co., NJ.  TSJG V2 N2 P56
      Zephaniah Doughty, Edward Doughty, Abner Doughty
   ld 1803 May 11 NJ_GCDR B_DD P533 Rec. 1819 May 25  RWC 2002/8/9 GCHS Abs.
      Grantor: Robert Doughty of Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Absalom Doughty of Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J., his son.
      Description:  Witnesseth that the said Robert Doughty for and in
      consideration of the sum of $668 to his son Edward Doughty in hand paid by
      the said Absalom Doughty at and before executed and the said Robert
      Doughty allottef for his son Edward in the following manner.  That is
      1/4 for Abel, 1/4 for Edward, 1/4 for Absalom and the other 4th to be
      reserved for himself, to which real estate the said Robert Doughty devised
      title.
                                    Signed:  Robert Doughty, Mary Doughty
      Witness: Abel Doughty, Levi Rogers
   wm 1811 Jan 19 NJ Archives V P114 NJ, Gloucester Co., Galloway Twsp.
      Robert Doughty, Sr.  Wife Mary, residue of personal estate during life,
      after which to children of my daughter, Sarah and Melicent and to
      Mary Bowen and Sarah Giberson, excepthin $20 to be deducted out of
      granddaughter's (Sarah Sooy) share for a bed, she has already received.
      Son, Abel, Plantation whereon he lives in Great Egg Harbor Twsp., also 6
      acres of my Bank meadow and one half of the swamp adjoining, during his
      life, after which to my three grandson, Zaccheus, Robert, and Samuel
      Doughty.  The plantation whereon son Abel lives, adjoining heirs of Joseph
      Conover on the road from Conover's Mill to my son Abel's saw mill ...
      Abner Doughty, Jr's mill (description given).  Grandson Robert Doughty,
      100 acres adjoining tract given to Zaccheus.  Son, Absalom, all remaining
      real estate in Galloway and Great Egg Harbor Twps.  Granddaughter,
      Elizabeth Leeds a bed and bedding.  Executors- son, Absalom and wife Mary.
      Wit.: Robert Leeds, Felix Leeds, Elizabeth Leeds.
      1812 May 19 proved. 1812 May 18 Inventory $326.55 made by Benjamin Peacock
      Felix Leeds (IN jurat, Felix Leeds is called "Fisler" but signs Leeds")
   dm 1812 ___ __ in Clermont Co., OH.  Ref. Ken Nordtvedt.
 with Mary (nee Scull 07) Doughty
   Abel 08        Sarah 08       Melicent 08    Edward 08      Christian 08
   b17520818      b17540505      b17560427      b17581126      b17601226
   Absalom 08     Joseph 08
   b17640129      b1766

Thomas Doughty 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to Edward Doughty 06 et ux Margaret (nee _ 06) Doughty.
   mf ____ ___ __ Susanna Sooy 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Nicholas Sooy 07 et ux Jean (nee Ingersol 07) Sooy.
      bm 1709/07/03 dm 1778/03/17 mf 1743/11/11 df 1777.
      Papers at GCHS in Doughty file & PC with courtesy Ken Sooy 2001/12/29.
   ld 1769 Aug 22 B_A-F P528 Thomas & Abner Doughty from Edward Doughty, Sr.
      Great Egg Harbour, Glo.
   n. 1793 Military Census for Egg Harbor Twp., Glou. Co., NJ.  TSJG V1 N5 P23
      Abel Doughty, Thomas Doughty, Elias Doughty, Thomas Doughty
   ld 1785 GCD Abstracts 1948 V2  Rundstrom & Eshbach. 20090317 GJB76
      Sons of Peter Steelman wm 17340802.
      Grantor: Richard Steelman
      Grantee: James Steelman
      Witness: Thomas Doughty, Andrew Frambes, Noah Smith Endorsed 1798 Jun 19,
         Attested to by Sarah Doughty who "saw Richard sign."
   ld 1800 Dec 04 NJ_GCDR B_D P484
      Grantor: Alexander Fish, Sr. of Great Egg Harbor, NJ husbandman
      Grantee: Thomas Doughty, Abner Doughty, Sr. both husbandmen, Matthew
      Collins, Surveyor, all of Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ
      Transaction: $26.66 equally between them, 40 acres land in Galloway Twp.,
      formerly surveyed to John Little and recorded in the Surveyor General's
      Office in Burlington, NJ.  He died intestate and the sheriff sold to
      Alexander Fish by deed 1784 Jun 09.
      See ld 1818 Jun 22 under Abner Doughty
   ld 1801 Mar 02 NJ_GCDR B_D P482 Rec. 1801 May 13 RWC 2002/8/9 GCHS Abs.
      Grantor: Thomas Doughty and Abner Doughty of Galoway Twp., Gloucester Co.,
      N. J., husbandmen.
      Grantee: Matthew Collins of Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.,
      surveyor.
      Transaction: for $26.30
      Description: Whereas Thomas Doughty and Abner Doughty became lawfully
      seized by virtue of a survey made to them 1800 July 25 and recorded in the
      Surveyor General's Office, Burlington Co., N. J. in Lib AF Folio 47
      Situate in Galloway Twp, Western division of the State of New Jersey and
      lies adjoining on the South and West side of Jeremiah Adams 50 acres of
      land at the northwest side of William Cooper's and William Reed's surveys
      and the northeast side of Richard Philpot's survey and the southeast side
      of Francis Collins survey and by the return is bounded as follows.
      Beginning at a post standing about 1.25 miles in a marsh, if being the
      beginning corner of 40 acres sold to John Little containing 103 acres
      after excepting 40 acres ... to John Little and recorded in the Surveyor
      General's Office Lib O Folio 349.
                                      Signed: Thomas Doughty, Abner Doughty
      Witness: Levi Collins, Benjamin Endicott
      1801 Mar 11 Levi Collins attest to have witnessed Thomas Doughty, Sr., and
      Abner Doughty, Sr.                       Judge Micajah Smith
   wm 1801 Nov 24 NJA FA V40  Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ
      Thomas Doughty, Wife Susanna, residue of personal estate (for her use and
      my son Thomas).
      To wife's children (that now live with us) ie.. Polly, Benjamin, William
      and Nicholas Endicot, eash a heifer, Son-in-law, Richard Sooy, one-half of
      my land on the northerly side of a survey formly made to Francis Collins
      for one thousand acres, to be laid off for him on the southeast side
      adjoining Abner Doughty's line;  also one-half of meadows below the creek,
      during his life;  after his decease to descend to his children that he had
      by my daughter, Sciscily, his first wife, ie. Esther, Nicholas, Samuel and
      Jane Sooy, to Benjamin Endicott, 10 acres that abner Doughter, Matthew
      Collins and I own in Partnership.  Son, Thomas, residue of lands.  Should
      he die before his mother without issue, said land to descend to her
      children.  A road to be kept open across Richard Sooy's part of the land.
      Executor: Matthew Collins.
      Witness: Elias Gondy, Peter Covenover, Susannah Holdzkom.
      1805 May 10 Proved    Inventory #338.975  Peter Convenover & Ro...,
      Robert Leeds.
   df 1805
 with Susannah (nee Sooy 07) Doughty
   Thomas 08      Sciscily 08
   b175_          b

Abner Doughty 07
   bm~1740 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 06 et ux Margaret (nee _ 06) Doughty
      at Egg_Harbor, Gloucester Co., NJ
   mf 1762 Oct 28 Christian Johnson 07, both of Gloucester. NJMR P109
   bf ____ ___ __ to
   ld 1769 Aug 22 B_A-F P528 Thomas & Abner Doughty from Edward Doughty, Sr.
      Great Egg Harbour, Glo. See brother Thomas.
   ld 17880313 NJ_GCDR B_C3 P383  2001 Mar 30 rwc   gchs
      Grantor: Martinus Sipple, late of the State of Pennsylvania, now of the
      township of Gt. Eggharbour in the County of Gloucester, NJ, as
      administrator to the estate of Nathaniel Sipple, deceased.
      Grantee: Abner Doughty, Jr. of the Township of Galloway, aforesaid.
      Transaction: 15 shillings for 15 acres, two roods and sixteen perches.
      Description: a salt meadow lying in Gt. Egg Harbour purchased of Thomas
      Denney, Esqr., High Sheriff of Gloucester County who sold the land from
      the estate of Amos Ireland, Esqr., deceased,  to Nathaniel Sipple by
      deed bearing date 1784.
      Witness: Cornelius McCollum, James Gant. Signatures certified by Matthew
      Collins 1831 Jun 15
   n. From The Early Sawmills of New Jersey, New Jersey Agricultural Society,
      Trenton, NJ, 1968, page 83
      Absecon Mills in Galloway Township was a sawmill.  In 1791 Abner Doughty
      bought Joseph Ball's half interest in the sawmill.  Joseph Ball had owned
      this mill in partnership with Richard Price.  In March 1811, Abner Doughty
      received a deed for all the real estate of Richard Price, deceased, at a
      sheriff's sale.  On December 20, 1812, Abner was sold out by the sheriff,
      and his three sons paid the debt of $405 at the sale and became the owners
      of the sawmill and other property.  (Sarah W. R. Ewing and Robert McMullin
      - Along Absecon Creek, 1965.)
   ld 1811 Mar 18 NJ_GCDR B_DD P81
      Grantor: Samuel Flaningan, late High Sheriff of Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Abner Doughty of Egg Harbor Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Transaction: Whereas Joseph Ball in the court of Common Pleas, Gloucester
      Co. received from Richard Price a debt of 1,000 pounds, tried to sell a
      meadow with ground of 50 acres joining on Absecon Bay and South East and
      mouth of Jonathan Adams Thoroughfare, the said Abner Doughty bidding 42
      pounds and no other higher bidder, 1797 Mar 22 between 12 and 5 o'clock
      said property was struck off to Abner Doughty.
   ld 1811 Mar 30 NJ_GCDR B_DD P82 Rec. 1818 Dec 19.
      Grantor: Samuel Flaningan, late High Sheriff of Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Abner Doughty, Jr. of Great Egg Harbor Twp., Gloucester Co., N.J.
      Transaction: Whereas Joseph Ball in the court of Common Pleas, Gloucester
      Co. received against Richard Price a debt of 1,000 pounds, and 10.7.6,
      lands and tenements in Great Egg Harbor Twp. 1797 Mar 22 between 12 and 5
      o'clock 1,200 pounds, all the aforesaid tracts. (?rwc)
      Witness: Richard Tettermary, John Gill
   ld 1815 Apr 04 NJ_GCDR B_II P422 Rec. 1822 Jun 17?  Abs. 2002/09/07 RWC GCHS
      Grantor: Abner Doughty of Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Benjamin Endicott of the same place
      Transaction: $40
      Description: Lot of land whereon said Endicott's house now stands
      Beginning at or near the forks of the public highways near Tannersbrook at
      a stake for a corner at the intersection of Doughty's aforesaid new road
      on the line between the said Doughtys the bolt of land lately the
      property of Nehemiah Blackman, dec'd;
      Thence N12E 1C15L to the line in the public highway;
      Thence to Leed's Point;
      Thence on said line N48:30E 8C50L to a corner;
      Thence S29E 7C70L;
      Thence W 10C40L to the Place-of-Beginning containing 3.39 acres with the
      usual allowance for highways.
      Signed: Abner Doughty
      Witness: Robert Leeds, Joseph Sharp
   ld 1818 Jun 22 NJ_GCDR B_EE P230
      Grantor: Abner Doughty, Sr. of Galloway Twp., NJ.
      Grantee: Abner Doughty, Jr., his son.
      Transaction: $5 for 40 acres tract of full meadow in Galloway Twp.,
      High Sheriff Thomas Doury sold 1784 Jan 09 to Alexander Fish, Jr. who died
      intestate and it descended to the Grantor.
      see ld 1800 Dec 04 NJ_GCDR B_D P484 Thomas Doughty
   ld 18160518 NJ_GCDR B_AA P456  2001 Mar 30 rwc gchs
      Grantor: John Tilton, Sr., or the township of Gt. Egg Harbour, County of
      Gloucester, State of New Jersey
      Grantee:  Abner Doughty  of the same place.
      Transaction: $50 for  100 acres.
      Description: part of a survey of 900 acres made to the said Tilton and
      recorded in Burlington Lib CC folio 244.
   wm 1819 Aug 03 probated 1819 Aug 23
      Abner Doughter, Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., will of.
      Son John Doughty all lands and marsh and all
      appertaining thereto that lies adjourning on the southerly and westerly
      side of Tanners Brook Creek (called Peter Conovers Point) and being where
      my son John now lives, to him and his heirs and assigns forever.  All
      residue of estate, being plantation on which I now live with the marsh and
      all appertaining thereto to son Abner Doughty and my 2 daughters Sarah
      Endicott and Rhoda Somers equally.  With this proviso that son Abner's
      third include dwelling house and kitchen where I now live and occupy, for
      the entire use of him, his heirs and assigns forever.  To Abner my bey
      mare and share of the light wagon to him, his heirs, etc.  Residue of
      personal estate equally between daughter Sarah, son Abner and daughter
      Rhoda.  Executor: son-in-law Benjamin Endicott. B254,255
      Witnesses: Samuel Leeds, Adam Conover, Sarah Somers.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R247 P31A L28
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Adam Conover, Sen. ______/0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 (Adam Conover)___________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
   dm 1819 Aug __ Atlantic Co., NJ
      1819 Aug 23 will proved.
 with Christian (nee Johnson 07) Doughty
   John 08        Abner 08       Sarah 08       Rhoda 08
   b1783          b17            b179           b1808

Jonathan Doughty 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to Edward Doughty 06 et ux Margaret (nee _ 06) Doughty.
   n. Jonathan lived at Great Egg_Harbour, NJ.
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah Ingersoll 07
   bf 1727 Oct 27 to Benjamin Ingersoll 06 et ux Hannah (nee Somers 06) Dole 06
      Ingersoll 06. JDole563 - Hannah 07 formerly married to Joseph Dole 1714
      also bf 1731 per Dole Family Bible date.
   n. In her book History of Little Egg Harbor Township, Leah Blackman listed
      the baptsms for 1763 April 23rd and included Zephaniah, Abner and Mary
      children of Jonathan and Hannah Doughty.
   ld 1790 Dec 03 NJ_GCDR B_CC P205
      Grantor: Jonathan Doughty of Galloway Twp.
      Grantee: Zephaniah Doughty
      Transaction: for #30 a full equal undivided moiety or 1/2 part of land in
      Galloway Twp.  100 acres of land conveyed to Edward Doughty Lib E F94 from
      Jonathan's father Edward Doughty, brother Edward Doughty bearing date
      1770 Dec 08.
   ld 1790 Dec 03 NJ_GCDR B_CC P207
      Grantor: Jonathan Doughty of Galloway Twp.
      Grantee: Abner Doughty, Jr. of Galloway Twp.
      Transaction: 100 acres of land.
   ld 1822 Feb 07 NJ_GCDR B_LL P76
      Grantor: Jonathan, Zephaniah and Sarah Doughty all of Egg Harbor Twp.,
      Gloucester Co., NJ
      Grantee: Enoch Doughty, Esq and Nathaniel Doughty
      Transaction: for $150, 100 acres
      Surveyed to Edward Doughty and recorded at the Surveyor General's Office,
      Burlington, NJ  Liber E, folio 94 first part became seized of said two
      tracts, 1st descended to Jonathan Doughty by will of father Edward Doughty
      and the second to Jonathan Doughty by deed from his brother Edward dated
      1770 10th month 8th Book CC folio 202 which said Jonathan Doughty was
      grandfather to the present Jonathan, Zephaniah and Sarah Doughty.  The
      grandfather had deeded to his son Zephaniah who died intestate leaving
      two sons and one daughter.
   ld 1835 Feb 27 NJ_GCDR B_P3 P180
      Grantor: Joseph Doughty and wife of Egg Harbor Twp., Co. of Gloucester,
      South New Jersey
      Grantee: Jacob Adams of Hamilton Twp, Glou. Co., southern NJ
      Description: for $350 land in Egg Harbor  two acres, eight acres and five
      acres.  Land from Samuel Scull -> John Doughty -> Joseph Doughty.
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_GCDR B_P3 P421
      Grantor: Joseph Doughty and Hannah his wife of Galloway Twp.
      land at Morss' Point - 60 acres.
   n. 1790 Dec 03 living.
 with Hannah (nee Ingersoll 07) Doughty
   Mary 08        Abner 08       Jonathan 08    Zephaniah 08   Rebecca 08
   z17630423      b17551005      z17630423      z17630423      b17730315

John Doughty 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to Edward Doughty 06 et ux Margaret (nee _ 06) Doughty.

Mary Doughty 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Doughty 06 et ux Margaret (nee _ 06) Doughty
   mm 1761 Feb 07 Abel Lee 07 NJ_GCMR P16
   bm~1735 ___ __ to Abel Lee 06 et ux Mary (nee Scull 07) Wood, widow of Jonas
      Wood of Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co., NJ. Jonas Wood dm 1732 May 06,
      and daughter of John Scull 05 et ux Mary (nee Somers 05) Scull. Mary
      Somers was daughter of John Somers (1640-1723), he came from England in
      1681 and held several political offices from 1693-1709.
   n. Abel Lee, Jr. was administrator for Mary Lake, 1761 Feb 07, Glou. Co., NJ.
      Edward Doughty made the inventory.
   n. Elihue Lee 05 was father of Abel Lee, Sr. of Gt. Egg Harbor.  his will was
      recorded 1753 Dec 29 at Gt. Egg Harbor, Inv. by Gideon and Abel Scull,
      sons of John Scull and brothers of Mary Scull Wood who married Abel Lee,
      Sr.  John Lee of Elizabethtown was the father of Elihue Lee as shown by
      the following will of Benoni Lee of Elizabethtown.  These accounts of the
      Lees are from the Vineland Historical and Antiquarian Society.
   df ____ ___ __ interred 1786 Oct 01 and interred Leesburg Cemetery.
      Babcock file P10, Chew P8 CMHS.
   mf 1783 Jul 24 Susannah Snell 07 of Cape May Co.
   dm<1792 Dec 08 intestate, inventory 1792 Dec 08 by William Peterson and John
      Erickson, 216.0.9. A negro man, 55 pounds, and sundry ship-building tools
      2.13.6.
      Proved. 1792 Jan 09
   ld 1786 Aug 01 NJ_CuCDR B_18 P_495
      Grantor: Abel Lee, Sr.
      Grantee: Abel Lee, Jr.
      Transaction: 1/2 of tract in Maurice River, NJ.  This property ran along
      the Maurice River from the Landing at Leesburg, on which the two old
      Swedish graveyards were located.
   mm 1795 06 13 Archibald Stewart 07 of Cumberland Co., NJ.
   n. Cape May Co. Magazine of History and Genealogy, "Mills of East and West
      Creek" Dr. Roy Hand.
   n. Abel Lee, Jr. was the father of John Lee dm 1840 of Cumberland Co., NJ
      interred Leesburg, ME Cemetery where there is a gravestone for both he and
      his wife mf 1798 Nov 10 Jemima Crandall and of Sarah Lee mm 1805 Aug 22
      John Chance and of Elizabeth Lee who mm>1806 Jun Penna Jones.
   n. John Lee and his brother came from Gt. Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co., and
      established a shipyard in 1795 when there were only two or three houses
      there.
 with Abel Lee 07
   John 08        Sarah 08       Elizabeth 08
   ~1769          b              b

Margaret Doughty 07
   bf 1734 Mar 03 to Edward Doughty 06 et ux Margaret (nee _ 06) Doughty.
   mm 1758 May 04 John Risley 07, NJ_GCMR P20 she of Egg Harbour.
   n.
   df 1796 Jun 14
 with John Risley 07

Rebecca Doughty 07
   bf<1734 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 06 et ux Margaret (nee _ 06) Doughty.
   mm ____ ___ __ Richard Risley 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to
   n. son Morris Risley 08 dm<1810/05/18 had son Richard M. Risley 09, probably
      bm 1874 and 76 in the 1850 Census with Absalom Doughty.
   ld 1810 May 18 NJ_GCHS B_DD P534 Rec. 1819 May 25 RWC 2002/8/9 GCHS
      Grantor: Richard M. Risley of Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Robert Doughty of Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $400 good and lawful money of the U. S. for land in G. E. H.
      Description: Beginning at the mouth of a small creek that puts out on the
      S. W. edge of Absecon Creek, it being the Northeast corner of Richard
      Risley's old survey, up the several courses bounded by the southwest side
      of same at the place known by the name of the Cramberry Bed.
      S8W 6C50L to a cedar for a corner;
      S52E 9C to a Black Oak being a corner of William Allwoods;
      Thence S16W 27C;
      N64E 34C50L to where Richard Risley's old survey crosses a ditch that
      Robert Doughty dug there;
      N36E to the Place-of-Beginning containing 40.5 acres.
      The above 40 acres was conveyed to Thomas Rodney to Daniel Leeds and by
      sd Leeds to Richard Risley, Sr., dec'd and bequeathed by him by will to
      his son Morris Risley and at the decease of said Morris Risley it was
      bequeathed by him to his son Richard M. Risley and recorded in the
      Gloucester Co. Office of Records.
                                 Signed: Richard M. Risley, Elizabeth Risley
      Witness: William Reed, Joel Reed.
 with Richard Risley 07
   Morris 08
   <1754

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Edward Doughty 08
   bm 1750 Nov 20 to Edward Doughty 07 et ux Millicent (nee Somers 07) Doughty
   n. Went to VA where he was visited in 1805 by his nephew Edward Doughty 09.

Sarah Doughty 08
   bf 1752 Feb 29 to Edward Doughty 07 et ux Millicent (nee Somers 07) Doughty
   mm 1771 Nov 11 Peter Cavalier 08 NYMR V17 P216.
   n. wm 1778 Aug 13 NJA_COW 1771-80 V_ P275 L20 P184.
      Mathias Johnson, of Little Egg Harbor, Burlington Co.; will of.
      Wife: Elizabeth, L6 a year and 1/3 my personal estate.  Eldest son,
      William, plantation on which he lives, and a little lot that joins it;
      also a little lot that joins John Cavilear.  Son, Jacob, plantation where
      he lives, the east side of the old Micckin Road to the Hill Buck Shootum.
      Son, Jonathan, my homestead.  Son, Mathias, plantation on which Peter
      Cavelear, Sr., lives.  Sons, Joseph and Uriah, the land at Pine Creek,
      that I bought of Frances French.  Son, Esiah, land at the head of
      plantation set out to Mathias.  Sons, Jonathan and Mathias, all other
      lands.  Sons, Uriah and Asiah, to be bound out at age of 15.  Daughters:
      Elizabeth and Hannah, 2 cows each; also L20 each, when 18.
      Executor: sons, William and Jonathan.
      Witness: Edward Lewis, Moses Robins, John Cavileer.
      1778 Nov 26 will proved.
      1778 Nov 23 Inventory, L1,979.18.6, made by Lewis Darnell and John
      Cavileer.
   dm<1819 ___ __ when Sarah proved Peter's signature. (see ld 1774 Nov 23)
   mm ____ ___ __ _ McCollum 08, right Sarah?
   n. Sara M. Collum is witness of Abel's will.  M stands for Mc?
   wm 1842 May 26 NJ_ACW
      In the name of God Amen, I Jesse McCollum of the Township of Galloway,
      dear wife Sarah
      dau Mary Smith
      son Jonathan McCollum
      dau Elizabeth Jane McCollum
      son Peter McCollum
      dau Harriet McCollum
      son Josiah McCollum
      son John W. McCollum
      Exec.: Joseph Garwood
      Wit.: John A. Clement, Peter Cavileer, Vincent McCollum

Samuel Doughty 08
   bm 1756 Mar 10 to Edward Doughty 07 et ux Millicent (nee Somers 07) Doughty
   mf 1781 Dec 19 Mary Brown 08  NYMR V34 P96.
   n. of NYC and in the lumber business. Over 6 ft tall.
   n. Mary's brother William Brown was a Captain in the old French war. He
      reportedly fell through the ice on Lake Champlain, was thought dead,
      but revived by Indians wrapping him in an ember heated blanket.
   n. Had many Baptist friends in NY.
   df 1819 ___ __ at Sandusky, OH
   dm 1822 Dec 10
 with Mary (nee Brown 08) Doughty
   Edward 09      William B 09   Mary 09        Gertrude 09
   b178906        b              b              b

Mary Doughty 08
   bf 1758 Jan 13 to Edward Doughty 07 et ux Millicent (nee Somers 07) Doughty

Joseph Doughty 08
   n. existence of this man is alluded by the "Edward Doughty ..." book - see
      Samuel Stilwell Doughty, or maybe I mistook the information.
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Abel Doughty 08
   bm 1752 Aug 18 to Robert Doughty 07 and Mary (nee Scull 07) Doughty at
      Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co., NJ.
   mf>1773 ___ __ Jemima Leeds 08
   bf 1744 ___ __ to Nehemiah Leeds 07 et ux Elizabeth (nee Wood 07) Leeds who
      were married 1735 Sep 24.  Nehemiah was bm 1712 Jan 12 at GEH and dm 1773
      Dec. He was the son of Japheth Leeds 06 et ux Deborah (nee Smith 06).
      Elizabeth was the daughter of Jonas Wood 06 et ux Mary Scull.
   n. Farmer, saw mill owner
   n. the following marriage may be for a different Abel Doughty
   df 1797 ___ __ in NJ.
   mf 1797 Sep 10 Mary Ann Croswell 08 at St. George Methodist Episcopal Church,
      Phila, PA by Ezekiel Cooper  SGMECR: P6
   n. ended up in Clermont, OH?
   wm 1819 Sep 07 NJA 34431H Doughty, Abel, Great Egg Harbour Twp., Gloucester
      Co. will of.  Wife Mary Ann all moveables if she remains my widow.  If not
      they go to sons Zacariah and Robert equally.  Executor Zachariah Doughty,
      son.  Executrix: wife Mary Ann.  B413,414
      Witness: Ann Read, David S. Ristley, Sarah M. Collum. Proved 1823 Jan 22.
   n, DAR Patriot Index P862 Pvt NJ
   dm 1823 Nov 22 NJ.
 with Jemima (nee Leeds 08) Doughty
   Zaccheus 09    Robert 09      Samuel 09      Felix 09
   b17770103      b17830125      b1786          b1797
 with Mary Ann (nee Croswell 08) Doughty

Sarah Doughty 08
   bf 1754 May 05 to Robert Doughty 07 and Mary (nee Scull 07) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Felix Leeds 08 - K. Nordtvedt on a tree from the Doughty file
      at GCHS?
   bm 1738 ___ __ to Nehemiah Leeds 07 et ux Elizabeth (nee Woods 07) Leeds, he
      bm NJ to Japeth Leeds bm 1681 Nov 15 NJ mf Deborah Smith
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Risley 08
   n. Robert mf 1798 Dorcas Chamberland
   n. Aaron dm 1853 mf18030308 Deborah Conoveven bf1778 df 1823 and had Felix
      Caleb Leeds bm1805
 with Felix Leeds 08
   Robert 09      Aaron 09       Absalom 09     Felix 09       Naomi 09
   b1774          b1777          b1788          b              b1792
   Deborah 09     Elizabeth 09
   b              b

Melicent Doughty 08
   bf 1756 Apr 27 to Robert Doughty 07 and Mary (nee Scull 07) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Blackman 08

Edward Doughty 08
   bm 1758 Nov 26 to Robert Doughty 07 and Mary (nee Scull 07) Doughty in NJ.
   mf 1784 Feb 23 Ann Collins 08 in NJ.
   bf 1760 May 29 to Richard Collins 07 et ux Sarah (nee Griffiths 07) Collins
      Richard bm 1725 May 01 Tyrone Co., IRE dm 1808 Jun 18 Glou. Co., NJ; Sarah
      bf 1735 Jul 16 to John Griffiths 06 et ux Ann (nee Jones 06) and she df
      1801 Dec 01 in Glou. Co., NJ. ACHS records.
   ld 1803 May 10 NJ_GCDR B_DD P532 Rec. 1819 May 25  RWC 2002 Aug 09 GCHS Abs.
      Grantor: Edward Doughty of Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Absalom Doughty of Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $133 for 7.5 acres.
      Description: Adjacent to the North side of Absecon Creek,
      Beginning at a Red Oak standing on the S. E. bound of said
      Edward Doughty's field on the old line and extends from thence:
      S71E 5C to another Red Oak;
      S29W 7C50L to a Cedar post in the edge of the meadow continuing 8C22L to a
      post standing by said creek;
      N51W 3C up said creek;
      N11W 5C25L to aforesaid Cedar post;
      N29E 3C;
      S66 6C30L
      N61W 5C;
      N29E 7C50L to the Place-of-Beginning. ... there extends from the North end
      of the fifth line North 36E 8C25L to the above named POB of the whole
      containing 7.5 acres, 4 acres of meadow and upland to which the said
      Edward Doughty claims Title as follows, viz.: William Budd in his life
      stood seized of a quantity of rights 275 acres thereof he had laid forth
      and surveyed to him the 1710 May 10 and by an assignment from him to
      James Bingham of the same and from the said Bingham to Eve Belangy
      1726 Dec 3 and from said Belangy to John Ingersoll 1741 Apr 09 and from
      him descended to Isaac Ingersoll and he conveyed part thereof, being the
      above recited land and meadow, to Edward Doughty 1783 Jul 25.
                           Signed:   Edward Doughty,  Ann Doughty
      Witness: Abel Doughty, Levi Rogers.
   ld 1803 Sep __ OH_CCDR B_C-2 P91  Clermont Co., OH
      Grantor: William Lytle et ux Eliza
      Grantee: Edward Doughty
      Transaction:  $166.66 2/3
      Description: on south bank of the east fork of Little Miami River... goes
      to Robinson's line.
   ld 1803 Sep __ OH_CCDR B_C-2 P345  Clermont Co., OH
      Grantor: William Lytle et ux Eliza
      Grantee: Edward Doughty
      Transaction: $443 for 243 acres
      Description: on waters of Cloverlick Creek.
   n. 1806 moved to Clermont Co., Ohio with father et al. "History of Clermont
      County, Ohio - Evarts", Rocky & Bancroft 1880 P290, Tate Twp. P317 with
      Collins, McCullom, Higbee.
      From the Whites - The "Jersey Settlement" was founded by the Rev. John
      Collins (see Francis Collins of Collingswood, NJ).  He purchased a large
      tract of land on the East Fork  in the northwest corner of the present
      township of Tate, but part of what is now in Batavia, on which he settled
      in 1803.  In the spring of that year, the families of Collins, Cornelius
      McCullom, Isaac Higbee and Edward Doughty started from New Jersey in large
      wagons, crossing the mountains at Pittsburgh, bought a large boat, in
      which they descended the Ohio while the teams were sent overland. In
      charge of the hired men, Robert Doughty, Peter and Joseph Frambes and
      Lucas Lake.
   n. wm 1807 Sep 01 NJA_COW  File 2693H.
      Richard Collins of Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., will of.
      Son, Matthew, all real estate south and southwest of main branch of my
      saw-mill stream from acid mill up to David Johnson; also lands west and
      southwest of said Johnson's; also marsh below Higbee's; also one large
      wagon; he to pay his son, Richard, L33; when 21.  Son, Levi, remainder
      of real and personal estate; he paying other children $100.  To son John
      Collins' son, Richard, 50.  Daughter, Ann Doughty, $100.
      Executor: sons, Matthew and Levi Collins.
      Witness: Robert Leeds, Ann Leeds, Elisha Collins.
      1808 Jul 05 proved.
      1808 Jun 29 Inventory $959.44; by Samuel Sooy and Robert Leeds.
   ld 1811 Aug 26 OH_CCLD B_H P_486
      Grantor: Edward Doughty et ux Ann
      Grantee: James Bunting of Greene Co., OH.
      Transaction: 62 acres for $155
      Description: part of land purchased from Lytle in 1805.
   ld 1811 Aug 26 OH_CCLD B_H P488
      Grantor: Edward Doughty et ux Ann
      Grantee: James Bunting of Greene Co., OH.
      Transaction: 61.75 acres
      Description: witnesseth that the said Edward Doughty and wife Ann, for and
      in consideration of said James Bunting having married their daughter Sarah
      Doughty and for better maintaining hisself and family - parcel of land in
      Williamsburgh Twp., Clermont Co., Phio - corner of Richard Doughty's land
      to John Leeds, being part of survey pruchased of Wm. Lytlr in 1805.
   ld 1811 Aug 27 OH_CCLD B_H P494
      Grantor: Edward Doughty et ux Ann
      Grantee: John Leeds having married their daughter Alice Doughty ......
      Transaction: 60 acres
      Description: part of land purchased from Lytle in 1805.
   ld 1811 Aug 27 OH_CCLD B_H P358
      Grantor: Edward Doughty et ux Ann
      Grantee: William Compton having married their daughter Jemima Doughty
      Transaction: 61 acres
      Description: part of land purchased from Lytle in 1805.
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R ___ P____
      OH, Clermont Co., Tate Twp.   Unnatur  __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __
 Edward__________/_ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _
 (Edward)________________ 45-$_MW
 (Ann)___________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
   wm 1839 Apr 26 Will Book E P347
      I, Edward Doughty of the County of Clermont in the State of Ohio, do make
      and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form following,
      that is to say.
      First, It is my will that my funeral expenses and all my just debts be
      fully paid.
      Second, I give , devise and bequeath to my beloved wife Ann Doughty in
      lieu of her Dower the plantation on which we now reside situate in
      Williamsburg Township, County and State aforesaid containing about sixty
      six and three fourths acres during her natural life.
      Third I bequeath to my wife and to her heirs and assigns forever all the
      household furniture and other goods or chattles not here particularly
      named, she however first disposing of a sufficiencies thereof to pay my
      just Debts aforesaid.
      And at the death of my said wife, the plantation herein devised or
      bequeathed to her as aforesaid, to be equally divided between my three
      sons John Doughty, Joseph Doughty and Edward Doughty and to their heirs
      and assigns forever.  Provided that if my son Joseph Doughty should die
      without leaving any children then at his death, his part of it to be
      divided between my sons, John Doughty and Edward Doughty and their heirs
      and assigns forever.
      And lastly, I hereby constitude and appoint my sons Joseph Doughty and
      Edward Doughty to be the executors for this my last will and testament
      revoking and annulling all former wills by me made, and ratifying and
      confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament.
      In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my and and seal this 26th day of
      April one thousand Eight hundred and thirty nine.
      Witness: Thomas Sheldon, Absalom Leeds.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R___ P___
      OH, Clermont Co., Williamsburg Twp.   ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Edward___________________/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0/
 (Edward)_________________ 80-89MW
 (Ann)____________________ 80-89FW
   dm 1843 ___ __ in Clermont Co., OH. Re-interred at Bantam (old Bethel Cem.),
      OH.  Will proven 1843 Apr. Mrs. Hermon Fagley - stone had 1843 on it.
   n. From: hfagley Date: Wed 2000 May 17 5:40pm via njgf egroups.com
         Subject: Re: DOUGHTY,Edward-grave moved 1972 sw Ohio
      Edward Doughty,1803-05 from Absecon,old Gloucester Co,NJ  to sw
      Williamsburg twnsp,Clermont Co,Oh was buried in a family [or forgotten
      churchyard] cemetary on-near his farm.  Someplace I have his tombstone
      data-he might have been old enough to have been a rev
      soldier-sailor-privateer.
         Anyway, 1970 era,the US Corps of Engineers built Lake Harsha,and the
      State of Ohio built East Fork State farm around it, and the thought tiny
      cemetary of 3 stones was within the bounds of the East Fork State
      campground, and was moved to Old Bethel Methodist across the lake in
      sw Tate Twnsp. Instead of only 3 graves, it was said there were 50 more
      unmarked graves that were moved. [?] N.P.Cox, and an Iler, and Edward
      Doughty were the known graves. Edward Doughty had divided 1 tract between
      his son-in-laws James Bunting, [noted Underground RRer], John Leeds,J.P.
      [son of James and Rhoda Byard Leeds, and - Compton]. I suppose the several
      Doughty's at the west edge of Lake Harsha were Edward's sons. Richard,
      Robert,and one who m Daniel Teegarden's dau,and died on a winter hunt.
 with Ann (nee Collins 08) Doughty
   Richard 09     John 09        Joseph 09      Levi 09        Edward 09
   ~1785          b              b              b              b
   Jamima 09      Sarah 09       Mathew 09      Ann 09
   b1788          b1782          b1800          b

Christianna Doughty 08
   bf 1760 Dec 27 to Robert Doughty 07 and Mary (nee Scull 07) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Samuel Sooy 08
   bm 1754
   df<1792
   mf ____ ___ __ Sophia Ireland 08
   n. Mary Sooy mm Constant Bowen 09, note mention in her grandfather Robert
      Doughty's will.
   n. Sarah Sooy mm John Giberson 09, note mention in her grandfather Robert
      Doughty's will.
 with Samuel Sooy 08
   Mary 09        Sarah 09
   b              b

Absalom Doughty 08
   bm 1764 Jan 29 to Robert Doughty 07 and Mary (nee Scull 07) Doughty in NJ.
   mf ____ ___ __ Phebe Scull 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to
   mf 1814 Aug 23 Hannah Cordry 08. NJ_GCMR P75.
   bf 1784 Dec 12
   n. Patriots List C1466, DAR   MVL-Hsoc  NJ Doughtys (various spellings):
   n. enlisted as a private in the militia and served when New Jersey was the
      battlefield.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R80 P205 L25 (index says Abraham)
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Galloway Twp.  ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Absalom Doughty _________/0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Absolom)_______________ 60-69MW
 (Hannah)________________ 40-49FW
 ________________________ 15-19FW
 (Absolom)_______________ 10-14MW
 (Hannah)________________ 10-14FW
 (Mary C.)_______________ 05-09FW
   wm 1831 Apr 23 NJ, Atlantic Co. Wills.  P62 #75. 20091206 RWC.
      Will of, Absalom Doughty
      Be it remembered that I Absalom Doughty of the township of Galoway, in the
      County of Gloucester and Western division of the State of New Jersey being
      Weakly in body but sound in mind and mental Faculties do think, Meet &
      make this my Last Will and Testament in form and manner following To Wit.
      First, I order my Executors herein after Named to pay all my just debts &
      funeral Charges out of my personal Estate.
      Item: I give & bequeath unto my beloved Wife Hannah Doughty all my Person
      estate and Two hundred Dollars and for her to keep my hree Children,
      Absalom, Hannah and Mary Doughty without any further Charges to my Estate
      for board Clothing nursing or tuition. I also give unto my beloved Wife my
      homested, plantation together with the use & profit of the Mills during
      her natural life in Lieu of her dower wih the priviledges of usng timber
      sufficient to keep the buildings in Tenantable & convenient repair and
      after her Decease.  I give and devise all my Real Estate but one tract of
      Land nesr David Johnson  called the Edward Doughty Tract unto my son
      Absalom Doughty to him his heirs and assigns for ever and order him to pay
      unto my daughter Hannah the sum of Thirty dollars per year and thst She
      have during her life the room on the North side of the old House.
      Item: I give and devise all my right to the Edward Doughty Tract near
      David Johnson to my Daughter Mary Doughty to her, her heirs and assigns
      for ever.  Item: I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Esther Leeds the sum
      of two Hundred Dollars and order muy executors to pay the same in six
      months aftet my Deceas.  It is my Will that my son Ansalom, shall become
      accountable to his Sister for the Thirty Dollars per year at the Deceas as
      his mother and in case of her Dying before he arrives at the age of twenty
      one years thst my Daughter Hannah be supported out of the proceeds of my
      real Estate. I do herenby nominate constitute and appoint my beloved wife
      Hannah Doughty Executrix & Parker Cordery Executor to this my Last Will
      and Testament revoking any disannulling all former Wills by me made
      ratifgying and conbvirmingh this and no other to be my last will and
      Testament.  In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this
      Twenty third day of this fourth Month in this year of our Lord Eighteen
      hundred and thirty one.
   n. 1830 next to James Dougherty.
   ld 1835 Oct 25 NJ_GCDR B_Q3 P22
      Grantor: John Conover of Galloway Twp., NJ
      Grantee: Absalom Doughty
      Description: for $5 land in Galloway Twp., NJ containing 19 perches being
      the ancient buryin ground of the Doughty's before Samuel Doughty conveyed
      the lands to John Blake who conveyed to Ezra Baker who conveyed to John
      Blake who conveyed to John Conover.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R247 P035A L26
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Absalom Doughty _________/0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/0 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Absalom)________________ 70-79MW
 (Hannah)_________________ 50-59FW
 (Edward)_________________ 30-39MW
 (Rebecca or Ed's wife)___ 30-39FW
 (Absalom)________________ 20-29MW
 (Hannah)_________________ 15-19FW
 (Mary C)_________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
   n. DAR Patriot Index P862 Pvt NJ.
   dm 1843 Oct 21 in Absecom, NJ
   df 1865 Nov 14
 with Phebe (nee Scull 08) Doughty
   Esther 09      David 09       Rebecca 09     Edward 09
   b17931007      b17960903      b18001020      b18030325
 with Hannah (nee Cordrey 08) Doughty
   _ 09           Absalom 09     Hannah 09      Mary C 09
   b1815          b18171130      b18200922      b18230428

Joseph Doughty 08
   bm 1766 Jan 29 to Robert Doughty 07 and Mary (nee Scull 07) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Recondell 08
   n. Slim census association RWC75
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M704 R__ P___     Perhaps? son?   2008/07/11 CG.
      OH, Butler Co., Hanover Twp.  ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joseph Doughty __________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 (Joseph)_________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-10FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   dm 1797
   wm 1797 Jun 22 NJA_COW
      Joseph Dounty, Gloucester, Int.
 with Sarah (nee Recondell 08)   ?  his father Robert died in OH,

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Thomas Doughty 08
   bm~1796 ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 07 et ux
   mf
   n. the below deeds don't go here
   ld 1801 Dec 28 NJ_GCDR B_E P387
      Grantor: David Howel, blacksmith of Great Egg Harbor Twp
      Grantee: Thomas Doughty
      Transaction: $26.67 land situate in village of Bargaintown, Great Egg
      Harbor, Twp. being part of the plantation formerly belonging to Return
      Badcock. Signed David Howel et ux Mary Howell for Thomas et ux Mary.
   n. From bingham jnlk.com 2000 Mar 29 23:15:41 Wed Ron,
      1810 note from the Gloucester County Orphan's Court of 1810
      when Thomas Doughty became 14 and chose as his guardian John Indicott.
      The son Thomas was born c1796. That makes more sense when reading this
      will. Little Tommy was just a kid.
      It seemed a bit unusual that Thomas (m. Susannah Sooy) would have a
      daughter marry Richard Sooy. I think there is another generation in
      here. This Thomas seems rather tied to the Collins family. Is there a
      marriage of a Thomas to a Collins? That is, was Susannah Endicott
      previously Susannah Collins?
      Also, Brother Abner's children were born in the 1790s.  Glenn
   ld 1817 Sep 13 NJ_GCDR B_CC P84
      Grantor: Nehemiah Morss, Sr et ux Jane & Nehemiah Morss, Jr et ux Mary,
      all of Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ.
      Grantee: Thomas Doughty of same place.
      Transaction $500 for land situate in same place: 76.5 acres, 11 acres
      Description:  reference to survey made to Robert Morss for 60 acres and
      to Robert Morss, Jr. for 90.5 acres and release to his father.
      Witness: Robert Leeds
   ld 1817 Sep __ NJ_GCDR B_CC P86   2001 Mar 30 rwc   gchs
      Grantor: Nehemiah Morris, Sr. et ux Jane, Zephaniah Morris, Jr. et ux Mary
      all of Galloway Twp., Co. of Gloucester, St. of NJ.
      Grantee: Thomas Doughty of the same place.
      Transaction: T____ hundred dollars
      Description: multiple tracts?  Very hard to read.
   ld 1876 ___ __ NJ_GCDR B_QQ P197. Galloway Twp. GJB
      Grantor: Jonas Morse 1824-12-04 will by executor John Endicott.
      Grantee:
      Description: 2/5 of 100
      acres to Daniel Ellis 1794-06-06. Morse kept 10 acres. 1/2 of 462.94
      acres to James Blackman 1813-04-20. Total(?): 598.44 acres. Enoch, Esq.,
      and Nathaniel Doughty claim 3/5 share and 1/2 share of 268 acres.
      Parties "mutely agree" to division, Doughtys paying $20. Land borders
      Daniel Ellis, Nicholas Sooyes old tar kiln, Richard Collins, dec'd,
      Morses Mill Branch, Blackman survey to Ellis, Neck Road. Signed Daniel
      Lake. Smallwood, clk.
   ld 18__ ___ __ NJ_GCDR B_QQ P199 release by Doughtys for above (QQ-197). GJB
 with
   Thomas 09
   b

Sciscily Doughty 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 07 et ux Susannah (nee Sooy 07) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Richard Sooy 08
 with Richard Sooy 08
   Esther 09      Nicholas 09    Samuel 09      Jane 09
   b              b              b              b

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John Doughty 08
   bm 1783 ___ __ to Abner Doughty 07 et ux Christian (nee Johnson 07) Doughty
      in Tannersbrook, NJ
   mf 1808 Apr 08 Hannah Vansant 08 NJ_GCMR P75.
   bf~1785 ___ __ Oceanville, NJ
   n. information from WD's tree, he of Washington (state).
   n. not sure of the 1850 Census relation to this John.
   dm>1819 ___ __ according to father's will.
 with Hannah (nee Vansant 08) Doughty
   Charles 09
   b18120512

Abner Doughty 08
   bm 17__ ___ __ to Abner Doughty 07 et ux Christian (nee Johnson 07) Doughty
   dm>1819 ___ __ according to father's will.

Sarah Doughty 08
   bf 178_ ___ __ to Abner Doughty 07 et ux Christian (nee Johnson 07) Doughty
   mm 1806 Jul 29 Benjamin Endicott 08. NJ_GCMR P80.
   bm 178_ ___ __ to
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R247 P31A L14
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.  ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Benjamin Endicott _______/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Benjamin Endicott) _____ 50-59MW
 (Sarah __________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
   df>1839 ___ __ by 1840 U. S. Census.
   dm>1839 ___ __ by 1840 U. S. Census.
 with Benjamin Endicott 08 probably at least four.
   Eliza Ann 09   Boy 09         Girl 09
   b18160903      >1819          >1819

Rhoda Doughty 08
   bf 1798 ___ __ to Abner Doughty 07 et ux Christian (nee Johnson 07) Doughty
   mm 1817 Sep 13 Richard Somers 08, NJ_GCMR P176
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R247 P31A L11
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galoway Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Richard Somers __________/0 4 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Richard Somers) ________ 30-39MW
 (Rhoda)__________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 (Risley)_________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
  ________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P050A L1 715/732
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 08, Peter Frambez, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Richard Somers             51M Laborer                1000NJ
 Rhoda     "                52F                            NJ
 Risley    "                18M    "                       NJ
 Leah Ann  "                17F                            NJ       S
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P050A L5 715/732
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 08, Peter Frambez, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Wesley Somers              26M Laborer                    NJ        I
 Beulah    "                20F                            NJ        I
 Rebecca   "                 3F                            NJ
 Olive     "                1mF                            NJ
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P050A L33 721/738
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 08, Peter Frambez, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Benjamin E. Somers         26M Oysterman                  NJ      M
 Susannah S.   "            19F                            NJ      M
 with Richard Somers 08 at least seven children.
   Boy 09         Girl 09        Risley 09      Leah Ann 09
   <1830          <1830          b1832          b1833


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Mary Doughty 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jonathan Doughty 07 et ux Hannah (nee Ingersoll 07) Doughty
   zf 1763 Apr 23

Abner Doughty 08
   bm 1755 Oct 05 to Jonathan Doughty _ et ux Hannah (nee Ingersoll 07) Doughty
   mf 1783 Jun 20 Leah Risley 08 Holmes 08 at Old Swedes Church (Gloria Dei)
      Church in Philadelphia, widow of Capt. James Holmes who dm intestate and
      had married 1774 Jul 05. Capt. Holmes was mortally wounded at the Battle
      of Princeton, and apparently was carried off the battlefield on the horse
      of General Washington.  Capt. Holmes died after being brought home to
      Absecon. See Jonathan Holmes under Robert Doughty.
   bf 1757 May 31 to Peter Risley 07 et ux Ann (nee Mann 07) Risley at GEH.
      Peter m 1736 Jan 22 Ann at GEH.  wm 1759 Nov 19
   n. was a soldier on Coast Guard duty during the entire contest.
   n. Holmes, Jonathan, of New York City, merchant - Adm(1774 Jan 10) Sarah
      Holmes, widow of dec'd - Bd: Sarah Holmes, widow, and William Denning and
      Edward Doughty, both merchants, all of New York City. GDNYAB P69
      Is this the James Holmes who died at the Battle of Princeton?
   ld 1793 Mar 20 NJ_GCDR B_DD P86 Rec. 1818 Dec 09.
      Grantor: Daniel Ellis, Esq. of the City of Burlington, N. J.
      Grantee: Abner Doughty of Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Transaction: 15 pounds 3 shillings current money of N. J. in gold or
      silver for 101 acres.
      Description: Of any unappropriated in the Western Division of N. J. that
      was taken up and surveyed to him the said Abner Doughty and to his heirs
      and assigns, part of 133 and 1/3 acres that Daniel Ellis purchased of
      William Newbold by deed dated 1784 August 04 which he the said William
      Newbold purchased of George Leslie which lands became the right of
      George Willocks Leslie by virtue of the last Will and Testament of his
      father George Leslie 1728 May 20 Book F of Wills, folio 85 and which lands
      became the right of George Leslie by virtue of the last Will and Testament
      of George Willock dated 1728 Jan 03 and recorded in Liber B of Wills,
      folio 103 and the said George Willocks became seized thereof by virtue of
      Deeds of Lease and release from John Rudyard 1709 Nov 16 & 17 which 5,000
      acres is part of a warrant granted by the Council of Proprietors of said
      division to the said Daniel Ellis for the taking up of 625 acres 1777 Feb
      3.
      Witness: John Hodgkinson, Robert Smith.
   ld 1810 Sep 29 NJ_GCDR B_DD P85 Rec. 1818 Dec 09.
      Grantor: Abner Doughty, Jr. et ux Leah of Egg Harbor Twp., Gloucester Co.,
      N. J.  (note Jr.)
      Grantee: Nathaniel Doughty of Egg Harbor Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $50 for 101 acres.
      Description: Of any unappropriated in the Western Division of N. J. that
      was taken up and surveyed to him the said Abner Doughty and to his heirs
      and assigns, part of 133 and 1/3 acres that Daniel Ellis purchased of
      William Newbold by deed dated 1784 August 04 which he the said William
      Newbold purchased of George Leslie which lands became the right of
      George Willocks Leslie by virtue of the last Will and Testament of his
      father George Leslie 1728 May 20 Book F of Wills, folio 85 and which lands
      became the right of George Leslie by virtue of the last Will and Testament
      of George Willock dated 1728 Jan 03 and recorded in Liber B of Wills,
      folio 103 and the said George Willocks became seized thereof by virtue of
      Deeds of Lease and release from John Rudyard 1709 Nov 16 & 17 which 101
      acres is part of a warrant granted by the Council of Proprietors of said
      division to the said Daniel Ellis for the taking up of 625 acres 1779 Feb
      3.  Delivery of the presents as an indefeasable estate of inheritance.
      Witness: Jonathan Mason, J. Deborah Loveman?, Jos. Sharp.
   ld 1811 Sep 29 NJ_GCDR B_CC P208
      Grantor: Abner Doughty et ux Leah
      Grantee: Enoch Doughty
      Transaction: #50 for 100 acres  signed Abner Doughty, Jr. et ux Leah.
      (note the Jr.)
   n. DAR Patriot Index P862 bm175410NJ dm18200704NJ m Leah Risley Holmes
      Pvt NJ.
   dm 1820 Jul 03 at 66y from son Nathaniel Doughty's Bible Record. Interred at
      the family estate in Absecon.
   n. Old Notes of Glou. Co.  Stewart
      At Absecon are two burial grounds of the well-
      known Doughty family, one on John Doughty's farm
      on the East side of the Shore Road, a short distance
      back. The other is on or near the Pitney Road above
      the church.
      On the Judge Doughty farm Abner Doughty, who
      died 1820, age 65, is buried, also two children of Enoch
      and Charlotte Doughty, who died 1829; also his wife,
      Leah, who died in 1831, age 73.
   df 1831 Feb 04 at 77y from son Nathaniel Doughty's Bible Record. Interred at
      the family estate in Absecon.
 with Leah Risley (nee Holmes 08) Doughty
   James H 09     Joseph R 09    Daniel 09      Enoch 09       Nathaniel 09
   b              b17880327      b              b17920304      b17941125
   Abner 09
   ~1797

Jonathan Doughty 08
   bm ____ ___ __ to Jonathan Doughty 07 et ux Hannah (nee Ingersoll 07) Doughty
   zm 1763 Apr 23
   n. DAR Patriot List P863 b1756NJ dm18540916PA  Pvt NJ PNSR
      m.(1) Abigail McPherson (2) Nancy Simpson ...Dixon
      Patriots List C1466, DAR   MVL-Hsoc  NJ Doughtys

Zephaniah Doughty 08
   bm 1784 ___ __ to Jonathan Doughty 07 et ux Hannah (nee Ingersoll 07) Doughty
   zm 1763 Apr 23
   n. GJB76 info.
   mf 1806 Jul 19 Sarah Cindall 08. NJ_GCMR P75.
   df ____ ___ __
   mf<1833 ___ __ Jemima Somers 08. See NJ_GCDR B_HH P79 & P77
   bf 1800 ___ __ to Thomas Somers 07 et ux
   ld 1818/01/07    BLM IL 3458  IL5110__.223 www.glorecords.blm.gov
   n. Subject: Illinois Land Doughty from GJB76
      Purchaser:      DOUGHTY ZEPHANIAH         Record ID:      566254
      Date:           01/07/1818
      Acres:          160
      Price:          0.0
      Type of sale:   Military Tract (MT)
      County:         29
      Section:        10                        Section Part:   NW
      Township:       06N                       Range:          03E
      Meridian:       4                         Purchaser Res:
      Arch. Vol. No:  807                       Vol. Page No.:  210
      Cash warrant code:                        Record corrected: 0
   ld 1818 Feb 20 NJ_GCDR B_HH P79 Rec. 1821 Feb 07 Abs. 2002/09/07 RWC GCHS
      Grantor: Thomas Somers, Esq. of Egg Harbor Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Jemima Doughty of Egg Harbor Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $150 lawful money.
      Description: All that certain tract or .. of land situate in Great Egg
      Harbor Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Beginning at a small stake standing at the mouth of a small creek that
      puts out of Great Egg Harbor to the south of Bond Island;
      Thence N45E up the said creek, the several courses and distances ...
      ... can't read ....... retry
      90 acres
      ... likely father - daughter deed.
      as an absolute indefeasible estate of inheritance ...
   ld 1820 Feb 05 NJ_GCDR B_HH P77 Rec. 1821 Feb 07 Abs. 2002/09/07 RWC GCHS
      Grantor: Thomas Somers, Esq. of Egg Harbor Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Zefferniah Doughty of Egg Harbor Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $80 current lawful money.
      Description: All that certain tract of land and marsh as follows.
      Beginning at a White Oak sapling in a line of Thomas Steelman's wood lot a
      little to the _ East of the _ bank;
      S21W 30R to a stake;
      S60W 28R to a stake;
      S45W 38R to the creeks .. banks;
      N55E 48R to the line of Thomas Steelman's;
      S42E to the Place-of-Beginning containing 12.5 acres be the same more or
      less.
      Signed:
      Joseph Risley
      Clerk: J. J. Foster
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R81 P186 L1
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Egg Harbor Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Zephaniah Doughty _______/1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 or (find out which is right. I think the latter).
 Zephaniah Doughty _______/0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Zephaniah)_____________ 40-49MW
 (Jemimah)_______________ 40-49FW
 ________________________ 10-14MW
 ________________________ 10-14FW
 (Susan)_________________ 05-09FW
 ________________________ 05-09FW
 (b)_____________________ 00-04FW
 ________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R247 P046A L4
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Hamilton Twp.   ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Zepheniah Doughty _______/1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Zephaniah)_____________ 50-59MW
 (Jemima)________________ 40-49FW
 (Susan before marriage?) 15-19FW
 (b)_____________________ 10-14FW
 ________________________ 10-14MW
 ________________________ 00-04MW
 (Mary)__________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R4__ P017B  501/515
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Dec 25, David B. Leslie, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Zephaniah Doughty          66M Laborer                    NJ
 Jemima                     50F                            NJ
 Abijah                     17M                            NJ       S
 Mary                       13F                            NJ       S
 John Munyan                14M                            NJ       S
   n. Daughter Sarah/Susan Reeves is in an apartment of this house in 1850.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R_ P032B L3 501/516
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Dec 25, David B. Leslie, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Susan Reeves               28F                         300NJ
 Jemima A. "                 7F                            NJ
 Calvin    "                 2M                            NJ
   n. 1850 daughter Mary of Isaac Clark below is to marry Abijah.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R_ P032B L17 503/518
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Dec 25, David B. Leslie, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Isaac Clark                42M                         300NJ
 Elizabeth "                30F                            NJ
 Margaret Ann  "             8F                            NJ       S
 Mary      "                 5F                            NJ       S
 Elizabeth "                 4F                            NJ
 James     "                 2M                            NJ
 John      "                2mM                            NJ
 with Sarah (nee Cindall 08) Doughty
   Jonathan 09    Zephaniah 09   Sarah 09
   b              b              b1822
 with Jemima (nee Somers 08) Doughty surely more from 1817 - 1837
   Abijah 09      Mary 09
   b1833          b1837

Rebecca Doughty 08
   bf 1773 Mar 15 to Jonathan Doughty 07 et ux Hannah (nee Ingersoll 07) Doughty
   n. Gloucester County Tavern Petition GJB 1999/07/16
      Dole, Isaac 1762 Old Egg Harbour Road at Blue Anchor
      Petitioners--George Marple, Andrew Steelman, Rich'd Somers, Nich
      Stillwill, Enoch Haines, George May, James Steelman, Recompense Sall
      [Scull?], Peter Steelman, Jeremiah Steelman, David Sayer, John Steelman,
      John Baly, Jeremiah Risley, Jun'r., Elisha Smith, John Somers, David
      Scull, Rector n. [Return?] Badcock, John Scull.
   n. From above note that:
      John Scull mf 1800 Jun 24 Catharine Doughty _ Gloucester Co., NJ.
      who is this Catharine Doughty?
      2004/04/05 she is Catherine (nee Steelman) Doughty and as a Scull had
      children Hannah bf 18020212; Nancy Ann bf 18040718; Martha bf ?
   n. Tavern Recognizance - GJB
      Dole, Isaac April 6, 1762 Twp. of Gt. Egg Harbour
      Bondsmen--George May ?20; And'w Blackman, ?20; Elisha Smith, ?20.
   n. JDole5633 aol.com wrote:
      >  I have a number of mysteries and could use some more help.
      Joseph Dole (b. 1766 April 1) married Rebecca Doughty (b. 1773 Mar 15) on
      >  1789 April 15.  I have no parents for Rebecca.  This group removed to
      >  Clermont Co., OH in 1805/06 with seven living children.
   n. The assumption is that Rebecca is Jonathan's daughter. If not I'll move
      her. rwc75 Rebecca (nee Doughty ) Dole went from Egg Harbor, NJ to
      Clermont Co., OH between 1804 and 1808.  All the children married in
      Clermont Co.  Relationship to Jonathan Doughty is not documented to be
      this particular Rebecca, but seems very likely.
   mm 1789 Apr 15 Joseph Dole 08
   bm 1766 Apr 01
   ld 1797 Mar 08 NJ_GCDR B_DD P529 Rec. 1819 May 25 Abs.: 2002/08/03 RWC GCHS.
      Grantor: Joseph Dole
      Grantee: Absalom Doughty
      Transaction: 1687 April 05 Francis Collins became seized of land
         (reversion of mortgage?) He gives as gift to Elias Hugg et ux Margaret
      (nee Collins) his daughter.
      1699 May 08 Lib_B F647 Elias Hugg et ux Margaret -> Thomas Green
      Thomas Green -> Daniel Ireland
      Daniel Ireland -> Hannah Dole
      Hannah Dole -> Joseph Dole, son and grantor.
      Get rest of abstract next time. 1819 may not be will date.
   df 1843
   dm 1846
 with Joseph Dole 08
   Joshua 09      Joseph 09      Sarah 09       Ledeme 09      Mary 09
   b1789          b1792          b1796          b1798          b1800
   Rebecca 09     Anna 09        John W 09      Phoebe 09      Learner B 09
   b1802          b1804?         b1808          b1810?         b1811?
   Jonathon L 09  Elisha S 09    _ 09           _ 09           _ 09
   b1812?         b1816?         b              b              b
   _ 09
   b
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   n.  Appears to be a Doughty though sometimes presented as Dougherty in census

William Dougherty 08
   bm 1790 ___ __
   mf~1820 ___ __ Elizabeth Garton 08, from descendant records of Carol Gromer
   bf 1803
   ld 1845 Dec 02 NJ_CuCDR B_76 P450 (405?) Rec. 1846 Dec 31.
      Grantor: In pursuance of an order from the Prerogative Court of New Jersey
      holden at Trenton 1845 Dec 02 and dividing the real estate of Gilbert
      Garton, dec'd situate in the counties of Salem and Cumberland in the said
      state of New Jersey between his heirs agreeable to law ... do give report
      to the said Prerogative Court that we have made division of said real
      estate between the heirs of said Gilbert Garton, dec'd, as follows:
      Grantee: ..., Elizabeth Daughaday, ...
      We have assigned and set off to said Elizabeth Daughaday, Lots #7 and #10,
      Lot No. 7 is a lot of timberland situated in Deerfield Twp., Cumberland
      Co., N. J. and is bounded as follows:
      Beginning at a stake for a corner standing in a line of Joseph Miller's
      land and the northeast corner of lot No. 6, as set off to George H. Garton
      Thence along said Miller's land N10.25W 5C29L to a stake for a corner
      where formerly stood a Turkey Oak, which said Turkey Oak is now down and
      is also a corner of said Miller's land;
      Thence by said Miller's land S74.75W 4C to a Turkey Oak tree for a corner
      which is also said corner of said Miller and David Dare's land;
      Then by Dare's land S65:37W 15C1L to a stake for a corner in said Dare's
      line and is also the northwest corner of Lot No. 6;
      Thence along Lot No. 6, N83:35E 18C56L to the place of beginning
      containing 5.41 acres be the same more or less.
      Lot No. 10 is a lot of swamp situate in the township of Pittsgrove, in the
      county of Salem and lying on a branch known as Elwell's branch and
      adjoining the range of Cedar swamp lots and is bounded as follows:
      Beginning at a stake for a corner, which is also the southwest corner of a
      lot of land owned by Hosea Moore;
      Then along said Moore's land, S76E 7C32L to a stake standing by the edge
      of the ?ast land;
      Then still by said Moore S70.25E 4C25L to a stake for a corner;
      Still by said Moore's N63.25E 1C75L to a stake;
      Then by said Moore S68.5E 4C13L to a stake for a corner;
      Still by said Moore N71.25E 1C78L to a stake for a corner;
      Still by said Moore N50.5E 1C11L to a stake standing in the Gabriel Pole
      road a little south of the center of said road;
      Thence S47.5E 2C60L to a stake for a corner standing at the northwest
      corner of the North Bridge and in a line of the Cedar swamp lots;
      Then along said lots 86:35W 1C27L to a stake for a corner;
      Thence S80.75W 4C87L to a stake;
      Thence N82.5W 5C54L to a stake for a corner;
      Thence S80.75W 4C87L to a stake for a corner;
      Then N82.5W 5C54L to a stake for a corner;
      Thence N65:25W 4C89L to a stake for a corner;
      Thence N52:29W 5C14L to a stake for a corner;
      Then N7.5W 1C to the place of beginning containing 2.40 acres be the same
      more or less which said lots No. 7 and 10 we assign and set off unto the
      said Elizabeth Daughaday as her full share in the said real estate.
      ....
      Signed: 1846 Jun 04 Isaac Whitaker, William Sayre, J. Trenchard
      Note: There are graphic depictions and Nancy Keene is one of the
      recipients.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R451 P33
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Dec 26, David B. Leslie, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William Dougherty          60M Carpenter              1000NJ
 Elizabeth                  44F                            NJ
 Gideon                     23M Laborer                    NJ
 Frederick                  18M                            NJ
 Phebe                      15F                            NJ       S
 Thomas                     13M                            NJ       S
 Mary                        7F                            NJ       S
 Samuel C.                   4M                            NJ
   dm ____ ___ __
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R___ P239
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Elizabeth Doughty          57  Farmer
 Gideon                     32
 Mary Ann                   17
 Samuel D.                  14
 Fredric                    26  Carpenter
 Margaret                   28
 Charles                     6
 Albert                      6
 William                     5
 Florina                     3
 with Elizabeth (nee Garton 08) Doughty
   Matilda 09     Gideon 09      Frederick 09   Phebe 09       Thomas 09
   b              b1828          b1834          b1835          b1837
   Mary Ann 09    Samuel C. 09
   b1843          b1846

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Edward Doughty 09
   bm 1789 Jun __ to Samuel Doughty 08 et ux Mary (nee Brown 08) Doughty
   mf 1808 Jun 15 Eliza S. Taylor 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Taylor 08 et ux _ (nee _ 08) Taylor, he a Col. in
      the British Army.  She was adopted by Samuel & Elizabeth Stilwell who
      were childless and they lived at 47 Bowery St., later 110th St.
      Removed to Newark, NJ 1848.
   n. "Edward Doughty, His Life, Times and Friends" by Samuel Stilwell Doughty
      CT275.D867 D4  LCCN 09-16245  Printed by Brown & Wilson, 28 Beekman St.,
      NYC 1880 Sep.  "The indifference of his American ancestors to such matters
      has prevented the knowledge they bequeathed to their descendants from
      being very definite." - preface
   n. "The life of Samuel Stilwell" by Samuel Stilwell Doughty CT275.875 D4
      Published 1877 Brown & Wilson, NY
   n. attended the Reformed Dutch Church, Oliver Street Meeting House and at
      Newark, NJ was a Baptist.
   n. Edward was bold and mischievous as a child.
   n. 1815 joined the Volunteer Fire Department.
   n. when Edward started surveying the city of NY had about 90,000 inhabitants.   n. 1831 bought, from Frederick Babcock, a farm in the eastern part of Newark,
      NJ
   n. 1838 NYCD Edward Doughty, 45, c. surveyor, 45, h. 47 Bowery   dms
   dm 1863 Jun 17 at 74.0.11 of kidney disease and while deacon of the Baptist
      Church on Kinney St., Newark, NJ. Interred in family vault in Rosedale
      Cemetery, Orange, NJ.
   df 1868 Dec 13 interred in family vault in Rosedale Cemetery, Orange, NJ.
 with Elisa S. Taylor 09
   Samuel S 10    Gertrude E 10  dau 10         dau 10
   b1811          b              dy             dy

William B. Doughty 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 08 et ux Mary (nee Brown 08) Doughty
   mf>1830 ___ __ Mrs. Okell 09
   n. was quite, questioning and argumentative as a child.
   n. 1838 NYCD William B. Doughty, c. surveyor, Ave. 3rd n. Thirteenth   dms
   dm 1850 Jan 18 interred Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Newark, NJ "The swift not
      always in the race/Shall win the crowning prize,/Not always wealth or
      honor grace/The labors of the wise."

Mary Doughty 09
   bf~1788 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 08 et ux Mary (nee Brown 08) Doughty
   mm 1808 Jul 20 Samuel Mills Lockwood 09 in Albany, NY, he a merchant of
      the same place.
   bm 1787 Jan 28 to Jared Lockwood 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Skelding 08)
      Lockwood
   n. moved to Sandusky, OH 1816 with Wm. B. & Gertrude.
   df 1815

Gertrude Doughty 09
   bf 1795 Jun 14 to Samuel Doughty 08 et ux Mary (nee Brown 08) Doughty
   mm 1818 Nov 30 Samuel Mills Lockwood 09
   bm 1787 Jan 28 to Jared Lockwood 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Skelding 08)
      Lockwood
   df 1875 Jun 07
   dm 1848 Nov 18
 with Samuel Mills Lockwood 09
   James Kent 10
   b18190731
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Zaccheus Doughty 09
   bm 1777 Jan 03 to Abel Doughty 08 with Jemima (nee Leeds 08) Doughty
      Gt. Egg Harbour Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Deborah Crukner 09
   df 1817 Sep 28
   n. TDT V12 N1 P7, gives birth dates of Maryan, Joshua, Mark, Jamima, Joseph
      and Elenor, father Zaccheus citing Zaccheus Doughty bible.
      TDT V3 N1 P15, V5 N2 P31, V5 N4 P62.
   ld 1818 Mar 06 B_II P481 Rec. 1822 Dec 10 Abs. 2002/09/07 RWC GCHS
      Grantor: Robert Leeds of Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Zacheus Doughty of Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $150 lawful money for 3 acres in GEH.
      Description: All that said lot of Cedar swamp _ land situate in Great
      Egg Harbor Twp., aforesaid lying on the southwest line of Absecon Creek
      Beginning at the fourth corner of 50 acres surveyed to Edward? Doughty
      1748 recorded in Liber E Folio 33;
      Thence N9W 4C to a _ survey made to Samuel Gale? for 30 acres;
      Thence in the line of _ _, N32W 6C to a survey of 101 acres made to
      Robert Doughty recorded in Liber X Folio 287?;
      Thence in the line thereof, S37W 5C to another survey of said Robert
      Doughty recorded in Liber _ Folio _ (none given);
      Thence ___  7C ___ containing 3 acres more or less, being part of a survey
      of 9 acres made to Charles Ellis for .... recorded Liber DD Folio 442 ..
      ... 1817
         Joseph Sharp
   mf 1818 Nov 28 Abigail "Abby" Garwood 09 NJ_GCMR P75.
   bf 1778 Jan 31
   n. 1828 moved with sons Abel, Wesley to NY.  Purchased land there.
   n. moved to Cohocton Twp., NY about 1828.  An 1836 Map of Steuben Co., NY
      shows Zaccheus Doughty owning several hundred acres near Cohocton, NY
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R_ P210 L26
      NY, Steuben Co., Cohocton ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Z. Doughty ______________/0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
   n. c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R_ P210 L18 Russel Doty  010001/10001
   df 1854 Nov 12
   dm 1861 Oct 14 Cohocton (Wayland), NY
 with Deborah (nee Crukner 09) Doughty
   Jemima 10      Joseph E 10    Elenor 71      Abel 10        William H 10
   b17991211      b18021223      b18041023      b18061103      b1810
   Wesley 10
   b1813
 with Abigail "Abby" (nee Garwood 09) Doughty
   Mary Ann 10    Joshua G 10    Mark 10        Deborah 10
   b18210626      b18240104      b18261123      b1828

Robert Doughty 09
   bm 1783 Jan 25 to Abel Doughty 08 with Jemima (nee Leeds 08) Doughty
   n. moved to Clermont County, Ohio 1803, coming from NJ. There he met Martha
      Ann Leeds who had come separately.
   mf 1805 ___ __ Martha Ann Leeds 09
   bf 1785 Jul 04 to Robert Leeds 08 et ux Margaret (nee Leeds 08) Leeds. Robert
      bm 1757 Jul 07 to Jonathan Leeds 07 et ux Amy (nee Stanton 07) Leeds and
      dm 1835; Margaret bf to Solomon Leeds 07 et ux Martha (nee Farrow 07)
      Leeds.
   n. Aaron Leeds and wife Deborah (Conover) Leeds arrived 1805 with their one
      year old son Felix Caleb Leeds.
   n. some info from 19850419 page by K. Nordtvedt in Doughty file at GCHS.
   df 1814 Jun 18 interred Old Bethel Cemetery, Clermont Co., Ohio. P&MD.
   mf 1814 Dec 01 Sarah Smith 09, OH_CCMR
   bf 17__
   dm 1868 Jul 26 interred Old Bethel Cemetery, Clermont Co., Ohio. P&MD.
 with Martha Ann (nee Leeds 09) Doughty
   Leeds 10       Mary Ann 10    Abel 10        Collins 10
   b1806          b1807          b18100112      b1812
 with Sarah (nee Smith 09) Doughty
   Rosanna S 10   William 10     Jediah 10      Keturah 10     Smith 10
   b1816          b1818          b1820          b1823          b1828
   John B 10
   b1830

Samuel Doughty 09
   bm~1786 ___ __ to Abel Doughty 08 with Jemima (nee Leeds 08) Doughty
   mf 1807 ___ __ Ann Teagarden 09
   bf 1778 ___ __ to Daniel Teagarden 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Gorrell 08)
      Doughty in PA. ref H. Fegley more to be had from this source.
   n. 1813 the family moved to Franklin Co., IN.
   dm 1813 Nov 18 intestate in IN. Killed by jealous suitor of his wife when he
      and some neighbors were hunting, but never proven.
   ld 1835 Nov 02 NJ_GCDR B_P3 P513
      Grantor: Felix Doughty and Henry Doughty by atty. Felix Leeds.
      for $22.50 33.75 acres which Henry and Felix became seized of by
      the death of their father Samuel.  Henry and Felix legally attested in
      the state of Illinois, recorded in the Secretary's office at Vandalain,
      IL 1835 Jan 01 and in Glou. Co. ,NJ  Lib N3 P375.
      Grantee: Nathaniel Doughty, et al.
   ld 1836 Jan 06 NJ_GCDR B_P3 P146
      Grantor: Henry and Felix Doughty
      Grantee: Absalom Doughty
      Power of Attorney: Felix Leeds, Glou Co., Galloway Twp. to Absalom Doughty
      Description: for $400 160 acres, 89 acres of which was part of a survey to
      Robert Doughty 100 acres 1765 Mar 15 in Surveyor General's office Lib A
      folio 73 and 110 80/100 part of the 94 acres of the said Robert Doughty
      survey in Lib X, folio 287 which the said Robert gave to his Abel during
      his natural life and then to his grandson Samuel who dying intestate it
      descended to Felix Doughty & Henry Doughty who by their power of attorney
      dated 1834 Nov 11 Lib N3 folio 375 All the said premises to Absalom
      Doughty, Jr.
   n. Zaccheus, Samuel's father was appointed guardian of Samuel's children.
   mm ____ ___ __ Solomon Sherwood 09
   mm ____ ___ __ Edward Redman 09
 with Ann (nee Teagarden 09) Doughty
   Daniel 10      Felix 10       Henry T 10
   b180810__      b18100306      b181204

Felix Doughty 09
   bm 1797 ___ __ to Abel Doughty 08 with Jemima (nee Leeds 08) Doughty
   dm infant
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Richard Doughty 09
   bm~1785 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 08 et ux Ann (nee Collins 08) Doughty
   mf<1802 Oct __ Naomi Leeds 09 in NJ. ?cdr
   bf 1792 ___ __ to Felix Leeds 08 et ux Sarah (nee Doughty 08) Leeds
   ld 1802 Oct 22 NJ_GCDR B_G3 Woodbury, Naomi sold her share for $80.
   n. 1810 Ohio Tax list - Richard Doughty
   n. 1811 Richard is said to have land adjoining his father's land.
   n. below census 1820 mentioned by Kensel and not complete.
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R___ P0097
      OH, Butler Co., Reily Tsp.   Unnatur  __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __
 Richard Doughty_/_ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _
 (Richard)_______________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 (Richard)_______________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 (Robert E)______________ 00-09FW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R__ P179
      OH, Clermont Co., Reily Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name       0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Margaret__/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 (Margaret)______________ 30-39FW
 ________________________ 20-29MW
 ________________________ 20-29MW
 ________________________ 20-29FW
 ________________________ 15-19FW
 ________________________ 00-04MW
   n. prominent among the early settlements of Shelby Co., IN. "History of
      Shelby Co., IN" Bremt & Fuller 1887 P304.
   ld 1835 Nov 21 IN_SCDR B_ P IN, Shelby Co.
      Grantor: Richard Doughty et ux Naomi
      Grantee: Benjamin Tucker
   dm 1839 Feb 11 in Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN. Probate records.
      1847 term, Estate of Richard Doughty, deceased [pp. 552-65].
      1839 Feb 11 Adam Wright says Richard left no widow and next of kin
      declined administration, so Wright is appointed and gived $1,000 bond
      with Riley B. Hogshire and Lee Isaac securities. Feb 21 filed inventory,
      appraised by Lee Isaac and Thomas Hume; "lumber in the loft of Parishes,"
      "Lumber at Tomlinson" ... 1839 May 05 filed sale bill sold on 1839 Mar 11;
      buyers: Sarah Ogle, George Woods, David Wilson, William C. Roberson,
      William Button, Floyd Burgin, Robert Doughty, William Snyder, Joseph
      Walker, Burton Dickinson, William Campbell, Adam Wright, John Wilkins,
      Jesse Smith, Moses Starkey, William Shambaugh, Larkin Phillips, Philip
      Green, Silas White, Charly Green, James Harom, Thomas Ramsey, William
      Reveal, John Alford, Thomas and James Snyder, Anderson Gutherly, Abraham
      Snyder, Eli Faris, Richard Padget, Parker Pinter, Moses Fatout, John
      Doughty, Joseph Abrams, James F. Fowler, Constine Evans, William Young,
      John W. Dial, David Hicken, Hiram H. Lewis, Abraham C. Logan, James Jones,
      John Dobson, Henry Grumfield, James Moore, Nicholas Hicken, Thomas Hume,
      Jesse Evans, Charles Farman, Elias Hollingsworth, Samuel Darnall, Thomas
      Non, Kuhn Hollingsworth, John Moore, Hannah Wilkins, Charles Forman, James
      A. Carter; Lee Isaac, clerk....
      1839 Jul 14 2nd inventory; 1839 Sep 07 sold to Richard and Robert Doughty,
      Sarah Ogole, John Cooper... 1841 Mar 08 account shows William Cleaver of
      Shelby Co.; paid accounts: John and Robert Doughty, James Delory, James
      Snyder, Jesse C. Starky, Philip Green, Thomas Peckham, Warren Sampson,
      Charles Tomlinson, Lee Isaac, John Livingston, Harrison & Porter, Smith
      Isaac, Abraham Snyder, V. M. Miller, Nichollas Hightshaw, William B.
      Martin, Lydia Doughty, Thomas Hume, R. B. Duncan, Daniel Cooper, James W.
      Johnston guardian of estate of Richard Doughty, Jr., Lewis C. Lewis;
      "payment to heirs: William Cleaver, guardian of estate of Felix McKee" ...
      1841 Jun 15 Cleaver shows Shelby County guardianship papers for Felix
      McKee proved by oath of William McKee, James R. McKee (guardian of dec'd)
      over 21 years and Felix under age are the children of Polly McKee, dec'd,
      late Doughty and children and heir at law of Richard Doughty, dec'd...
      Polly was already given 1 horse, worht #20, 1 cow worth #10, one bed and
      bedding worth #10, 1 set of knives and forks worth $1, set of plates at
      .75 a total of $40.75, but after her death this was returned to Polly's
      father.  1842 Aug 10, 1843 Jun 14 receipts filed: 1844 May 17, 1847 Feb
      18 final settlement to distributees: John and Edward Doughty, Jacob and
      Sarah Martin; James K. and Felix L. McKee, grandchildren; and Robert
      Doughty, having received advances in deceased's lifetime to the full
      amount of their share or more ...paid:
      Richard McKee's guardian as minor but he is now of age...Robert and
      Richard McKee not in ...1847 Mar 23 Felix L. McKee in Hendricks Co...
      Jacob P. Chapman proved publication of notice to settle in Indiana State
      Sentinel...1847 May 31 final accounts paid: L. Barbour, G.A. & J. P.
      Chapman; daughter of dec'd; Sarah Ogle, now Martin [Jacob H. Martin
      married Sarah Ogle 1840 Oct 14, Marriage Book 3:97]...Edward Doughty of
      Dearborn Co., Martins in Hamilton Co....settled.  P159.
   df>1840 ___ __ in IN.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R___ P___
      OH, Clermont Co., Reily Twp.   ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name       0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Margaret__/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 (Margaret)______________ 50-59MW
 ________________________ 30-39MW
 ________________________ 10-14MW
 ________________________ 00-04FW
 with Naomi (nee Leeds 09) Doughty
   Richard 10     Edward 10      John K 10      Mary 10        Sarah 10
   b              b              b1807          b              b
   Robert E 10
   ~1817

John Doughty 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to Edward Doughty 08 et ux Ann (nee Collins 08) Doughty
   n. seemed to have lived at Madisonville, OH at one time.
   n. son Jonah, administrator of John's estate in 1844.
   dm~1844 ___ __ in Clermont Co., OH. Estate 1847 Nov Clermont Co., OH.
      petition papers B_1A P34
 with
   Jonah 10       Naomi 10       Nancy 10       Richard 10     Samuel 10
   ~1808          b              b              b              b
   Ann 10         Philena 10     Rachel 10
   b              b              b

Joseph Doughty 09
   bm~1794 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 08 et ux Ann (nee Collins 08) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann Malott 09
   bf 1805 ___ __ Daniel Malott 08 et ux Susan
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P_  R_  P_  L_.              CG.
      OH, Clermont Co., Jackson Twp.   _ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joseph Doughty __________/0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R    P     L__ 000/000.          Thanks CG.
      OH, Clermont Co., Williamsburg,
      Enumerated: 1850 , , Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Joseph Doughty             25MWCarpenter                  OH
 Lucy A.                    25
 Mary E.                     4
   dm 1857 Jun 03
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R___
      OH, Clermont Co., Williamsburg Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Ann Doughty                55
 Susan Malott               77

Levi Doughty 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to Edward Doughty 08 et ux Ann (nee Collins 08) Doughty

Sarah Doughty 09
   bf~1782 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 08 et ux Ann (nee Collins 08) Doughty
   mm 1804 Apr 03 James Bunting 09 in Clermont Co., OH by R. W. Waring, JP.
      V3 P3.
   n. Alice Bunting ? 1798-1822
 with James Bunting 09
   Mary 10        Emily Ann 10   Elector 10     Ramoth 10      Harriet 10
   b1805          b1807          b              b              b
   Sarah 10       Frances C 10   Amana 10       Phebe 10       Elizabeth 10
   b1816          b1819          b1821          b              b

Matthew Doughty 09
   bm 1782 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 08 et ux Ann (nee Collins 08) Doughty
   n. df 1875 May 01
      1875 May 03 PA_PPL Mon Morn. V_LXXIX N34
      Doughty - On the 1st instant, Katie Keen, infant, daughter of Matthew and
      Mary F. Doughty and grand-daughter of Catherine and the late Moses Keen
      aged 8 months and 24 days.
                           "Safe in the arms of Jesus."
         The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to
      attend the funeral from her parents' residence. No. 1804 Vienna street, on
      Tuesday afternoon at 8 o'clock. **739
   dm 1876 ___ __ in NJ.

Jamima Doughty 09
   bf 1788 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 08 et ux Ann (nee Collins 08) Doughty
   mm 1809 Mar 04 William Compton 09 in Greene Co., OH.
   n. William Compton, rifleman, 3rd Ohio Reg't 1812 Apr 24
   n. Land deed mentions William Compton heirs - Kensel
   mm 1817 Feb 16 Samuel Homan 09, OH_CCMR B_1 P83
   bm 1792
 with William Compton 09
 with Samuel Homan 09
   _ 10           Jaceline 10    _ 10           Absalom 10     _ 10
   ~1818          ~1819          ~1821          ~1823          ~1824
   James C 10     Nancy 10
   b1829          ~1832

Edward Doughty 09
   bm 1800 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 08 et ux Ann (nee Collins 08) Doughty
   mf 1822 Jan 13 Hannah Smith 09 in Clermont Co., OH. OH_CCMR
   bf~1798
   dm 1876
 with Hannah (nee Smith 09) Doughty
   Levi 10        Eliza 10       Joseph 10      Enos S 10      John S 10
   b1822          b              b              b              b1834
   Henry 10       Jamima 10      Edward 10
   b1834          b1838          b1840

Ann "Alice" Doughty 09
   bf 1800 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 08 et ux Ann (nee Collins 08) Doughty
   mm 18__ ___ __ John Leeds 09 in Clermont Co., OH.

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Esther Doughty 09
   bf 1793 Oct 07 to Absalom Doughty 08 with Phebe (nee Scull 08) Doughty
   mm 1810 Nov 18 Felix Leeds 09 NJ_GCMR P123
   bm ____ ___ __ to Felix Leeds 08 et ux Sarah (nee Doughty 08) Leeds
   n. deeds from Felix to Absalom
   n. mentioned in father's will.

David Doughty 09
   bm 1796 Sep 03 to Absalom Doughty 08 with Phebe (nee Scull 08) Doughty

Rebecca Doughty 09
   bf 1800 Oct 20 to Absalom Doughty 08 with Phebe (nee Scull 08) Doughty

Edward Doughty 09
   bm 1803 Mar 25 to Absalom Doughty 08 with Phebe (nee Scull 08) Doughty

_ Doughty 09
   bf 181_ ___ __ to Absalom Doughty 08 et ux Hannah (nee Cordrey 08) Doughty

_ Doughty 09
   bf 181_ ___ __ to Absalom Doughty 08 et ux Hannah (nee Cordrey 08) Doughty

Absalom Doughty 09
   bm 1817 Nov 30 to Absalom Doughty 08 et ux Hannah (nee Cordrey 08) Doughty
      in Absecom, NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Risley Frambes 09
   bf 1825 ___ __ to Hosea Frambes 08 et ux Amelia (nee Risley 08) Frambes
   n. Hannah, Sr. below is Hannah Cordery, mother and wife of Absalom
   n. mentioned in father's will.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R247 P023 L18
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Egg Harbor Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Hosea Frambes ___________/0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/1 2 3 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P36B L18 538/548
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 01, Peter Frambez, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Absalom Doughty            32MWMilling               12000NJ
 Mary R.                    25FW                           NJ
 Amelia A.                   6FW                           NJ       S
 John S.                     2MW                           NJ
 Hannah                     65FW                           NJ
 Hannah, Jr.                29FW                           NJ        X
 Richard Risley             76MWMilling                    NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R  1605/1620
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Absalom                    42  Farmer
 Mary R.                    35
 Amelia                     17
 John S.                    13
 Absalom H.                  8
 Hosea E.                    6
 Aceneth Johnson            19
 Charles F. Zeigler         27                             Gy
 Alfred Ireland             24  Sawyer
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R686  V    E    P     L  27/27
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Absecon
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Absalom Doughty                 62                 Farmer-miller
 Mary R                          55
 A. Henry                        27                 Clerk
 Hosea E.                        23                 Clerk
 Willie S.                       19                 Miller
 Hannah                          57   Sister

   mf ____ ___ __ Lydia Blackman 09
   bf 1854 Feb 14 - ancestral file
 with Mary Risley (nee Frambes 09) Doughty
   Amelia Anna 10 John S 10      Absalom H 10   Hosea E 10     William S 10
   b1844          b1848          b1852          b1854          b1861
 with Lydia (nee Blackman 09) Doughty
   Edward R 10    son 10
   b18851215

Hannah Doughty 09
   bf 1820 Sep 22 to Absalom Doughty 08 et ux Hannah (nee Cordrey 08) Doughty
      in Absecom, NJ
   n. mentioned in father's will.
   n. with brother Absalom in 1850 Census

Mary C. Doughty 09
   bf 1823 Apr 28 to Absalom Doughty 08 with Hannah (nee Cordrey 08) Doughty
   n. mentioned in father's will.
   mm 1845 Dec 27 Jesse _ 09, NJ_ACMR P4

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Charles Doughty 09
   bm 1812 May 12 to John Doughty 08 et ux Hannah (nee Vansant 08) Doughty at
      Centerville, NJ
   mf 1833 Jul 28 Eliza Ann Endicott 09. NJ_GCMR P75.
   bf 1816 Sep 03 to Benjamin Endicott 08 et ux Sarah (nee Doughty 08) Endicott
   n. Some information from WD 's tree.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R___ P39A L14
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Galloway Twp.   ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Charles Doughty _________/0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Charles)________________ 20-29MW
 (Eliza Ann)______________ 20-29FW
 (John)___________________ 05-09MW
 (Sarah Ann)______________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P40B 586/597
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twsp.
      1850 Aug 03 Peter Hamby Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Charles Doughty            38MWFarming               1,000NJ        X
 Elizabeth Doughty          33FW                           NJ        X
 John Doughty               16MWLaborer                    NJ
 Sarah Ann Doughty          11FW                           NJ       S
 Lucinda Doughty             4FW                           NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R___  1746/1758
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Charles Doughty            48  farmer
 Eliza A.                   44
 Lucinda                    12
 Elmer                       6
   df 1894 Mar 27
   wm 1894 Mar 27 NJ, Atlantic Co. Wills         P559-560 #1836 20091206 RWC.
      Will of Charles Doughty.
      I, Charles Doughty, of the township of Galloway, County of Atlantic, State
      of New Jersey, being of sound mind and memoruy, do make and publish this
      my last will and testament.
      1. I give and devise to my grandson John Doughty, son of John Doughty, his
      heirs and asigns, all the meadow and improved land together with all the
      buildings and improvements thereto pertaining, lying north and west of
      Doughty's Creek, and east ad southeast of woodland, herinaftet described
      and mentioned.
      2. I give and devise to my daughter Lucinda Doughty, wife of Ezra Doughty,
      and to my grandson John Doughty, aforesaid to be equally divided between
      them all the woodland lying west and northwest of above described land to
      be theirs and their heirs and assigns.  I also give and devise to the said
      Lucinda Doughty and my grandson John Doughty thei heirs and assins, all
      the meadow not otherwise herein disposed of, the same to be equally
      divided between them
      3. I give and devise unto my two grandchildren, Delia Conover, wife of
      Harris Conover and Bodine Doughty, all the improved land known as the
      Point Field, bounded on the north, East and west by meadow on the south by
      Joab Doughty's land, to be theirs and their heirs and assigns to be
      equally divided between the said Delia Conover and Bodine Doughty the most
      westwardly half to be Delia Conover's.
      4. I also give and devise unto the said Delia Conover all the meadow lying
      between the main land and Doughtys Creek and west of that point in said
      creek knoown as the "Grallings"
      5. I give and bequeath to my son John Doughty Five Dollars.
      6. I constitute and appoint Albert E. Conove executor of this my last will
      and testament.
      In witness whereof I, Charles Doughty, have heeuno set my hand and seal
      this seventh dzy of March, in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight
      hundred and ninety four.    Charles Doughty
      Witness: J. V. Conover, J. B. Conover, Albert E. Conover.
   dm<1896 Sep 24
      1896 Sep 24 NJ, Atlantic Co. Wills P561.
      To All Whom it May Concern
      Whereas Charles Doughty, late of Oceanville, Atlantic Co., NJ, deceased,
      in and by his last eill and tesament, bearing date March Seventh AD 1894,
      did appoint the subscriber the executor thereogf: Now, be it known that
      for divers good causes, I have and hereby do renounce the said
      Executorship and the execution of the said last will and testament, and
      do refuse to take on myself the burden of the same.
                                              Albert E. Conover
   dm 1896 Sep 12 interred Centerville, Moss Mill Road Cemetery
 with Elizabeth Ann (nee Endicott 09) Doughty
   John 10        Sarah Ann 10   Lucinda 10     Elmer 10
   b18340825      b1839          b1846          b1854

Joab Doughty _
   bm 1822 probably to John & Hannah VanSant
   mf ____ ___ __ Charlotte _ _
   bf 1819
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P40B L22 585/596
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 03, Peter Frambes, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Joab Doughty               28MWFarming                 600NJ
 Charlotte Doughty          31FW                           NJ
 Rebecca J. Doughty          7FW                           NJ       S
 Hester A. Doughty           5FW                           NJ       S
 David Doughty               3MW                           NJ
 Mary C. Doughty           3/4FW                           NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R___  274/274
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Joab Doughty               42
 Charlotte  "               41
 Hester A.  "               15
 David      "               13
 Hannah     "               11
 Daniel     "                3
   dm 1900 Jan 28 at age 75, interred at Oceanville Cemetery.
      "Gone But Not Forgotten"

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James Holmes Doughty 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to Abner Doughty 08 et ux Leah (nee Risley 08) Holmes 08
      Doughty
   dm in infancy

Joseph Renard Doughty 09
   bm 1788 Mar 27 to Abner Doughty 08 et ux Leah (nee Risley 08) Holmes 08
      Doughty
   dm 1788 Nov 13 at 0.7.17 from Nathaniel Doughty Bible Record's.

Daniel Doughty 09
   bm 179_ ___ __ to Abner Doughty 08 et ux Leah (nee Risley 08) Holmes 08
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Amy Wescott 09, probably never, but had James Doughty by her.
   mf 1816 Apr 24 Emma P. Hillman 09.  Ann Hilman NJ_GCMR P75.
   bf 1798 ___ __ to Joseph Hillman 08 et ux
   n. Overseer of the Poor Records, 1801-1832 P37,8 (66) GJB
         Know all men by thes presents that we Daniel Doughty of the Township of
      Eggharbour in the County of Gloucester Mariner and Nathaniel Doughty,
      Farmer of the place S^d afore Are held & firmly Bound unto Edward Risley
      & Enoch Smith, Overseers of the poor of the S^d Township for the time
      being in the Sum of To hundred Dollars Lawful money of the United States
      of America to be paid to the S^d overseers of the poor or to Either of
      them or to their certain atterney Successors or assigns For the which
      payment well and truly to be made we Bind overseers our heirs Executors
      and administrators Jointly & Severity Firmly by these presents Sealed
      with our seals and dated this 1816 Oct 8th.
         Whereas Amy Wescoat, Singlewoman and by her volluntary Affirmation
      taken in Writing and upon Oath the S^d Amy Wescoat Declared the Mail Child
      to the S^d Daniel Doughty before Joseph Sharp Esqr one of the Justices in
      and for S^d County and Township of Egg harbour and that the above Bounded
      Daniel Doughty is the father of S^d Child.
         Now therefore the Condition of the above obligation is Such That if the
      above bound Daniel Doughty and Nathaniel Doughty or Either of them ther or
      any of ther Executors or Administrators Do & Shall from time to time and
      at all times here after well and Sufficiently Saves defind keep harmless &      in demify as well the above named Edward Risley & Enoch Smith overseers of
      the poor of the S^d Township & the Sucessors for the time being as also
      all the other inhabitants which now are or here after shall be of S^d
      Township of from & againsst all & all manner of costs Charges taxes rates
      assessments Damages and Expence what ever occur after this Date for the
      Education maintanence of the S^d Child or in any wise Relating there to
      and of & from all actions Suits & trobles & other Damages & demands
      Whatsoever Touching or Concerning the Same then this obligation to be
      void or els to Remain in full force and virtue in Witness where of we have
      hereunto set our hands and Seals.
      Signed sealed and Delivered In the presents:
      Charlote Frambes
      Caty Conover                                 Daniel Doughty
       her mark
   n. Overseer of the Poor Records, 1801-1832 P66, another entry on P96? GJB
      This indenture Made the Twenty first Day of March in the Year of our
      Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Twenty Nine.  Witnesseth that Edward
      Risley and Samuel Lee Two of the Over Seers of the poor of the Town Ship
      of Eggharbour in the County of Gloucester and th State of New jersey by
      and With the assistance of Daniel Baker and Rob^t B. Risley, Esqr. Justice
      of the peace in and for the Said County have put and Bind and by these
      presents do put and bind James Doughty a poor Child of the age of _____
      the Son of _(blanks not filled)_ of the Town Ship of and the County of
      the fore Said unto William B. Willis of the Same place and the State
      afors^d a Sailmaker and to his Executors Administrators after the Manner
      of an apprintis him faithfully to Serve within the Said County of
      Gloucester for and During the Term of_____________ or he attains the age
      of Twenty one years old to be fully Completed and Ended from and During
      all which Term the Said apprintis his Said Master or Mistress or his
      Executors administrators Will and Faithfully Serve in all Such Work and
      Employment as Shall be Reasonable Required of him according to his age
      and ability and the Said William B. Willias for him Selfe his heirs
      Executors or admistrators Will and faithfully Shall Serve in all Such
      manner and Work as Shall
   ld 1818 Mar 13 NJ_GCDR B_DD P83. GJB76
      Grantor: Scoby Stewart and wife, Jane, of Galloway Twp.
      Grantee: Daniel Doughty of Galloway Twp.
      Transaction: $312.50 for 10.67 acres.
      Description: Mouth of small ditch on the upper side of Brig Landing that
      runs into Absecon Creek. N45E 2C; N87.5E 3C 92L; N26W 6C 40L it being the
      general course up a small creek that falls into Absecon Creek;
      N57E 4C 90L to an old ... fence in Joab Morss', late Lathem's line; thence
      up the said line, N38W 1C 4L; N70W 3C 50L; N47W 10L crossing the run;
      S1W 5C; S26E 3C to "Parsimon" tree below the public road; S49E 4C;
      S45W 8C 15L to Doughty line where Holmes line ends; S70E down the division
      line between the heirs of Samuel & Aaron Ireland and the within described
      property until it strikes Absecon Creek at the mouth of a small ditch
      called the beginning containing 10.67 acres. The indefeasable estate of an
      inheritance.
      Witness: Jos. Sharp and Hannah Stewart.
   ld 1821 Apr 21 NJ_GCDR B_HH P228 Gloucester County, NJ. Transcribed by GJB.
      Grantor: Jesse Chambers, Sr, and wife Rachall of Galloway Twp.
      Grantee: Daniel Doughty of Galloway Twp.
      Transaction: $500.00 for 50 acres plus highway allotment.
      Little Egg Harbor. Purchased from Eli Smith 1757 (1751?) oct 25.
      Witness: Daniel Baker and Daniel Lake.
   n. 1824 Jan 12 NJ, Burlington Sessions.  O & T Indictment: State vs. Charles
      Cavalier. Witness: John Cavalier. A True Bill.  Wm. Stockton, Jr.
      Charles Cavalier, Innkeeper of the NJ, Burlington Co., Twp. of Washington.
      1824 Jan 12 with force and arms at Washington Twp. in and upon one
      Daniel Doughty of NJ, Gloucester Co., Galloway Twp. did beat, bruise,
      wound and ill treat and other wrongs ....
      Thomson N. Sims proatty.
   ld 1824 Mar 03 NJ_GCDR Rec. 1833 Feb 13 B_G3 P133 Abs. 2002/09/07 RWC GCHS.
      Grantor: Daniel Doughty et ux Emma of Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co.,
      Western Div.  of N. J.
      Grantee: Absalom Cordery
      Transaction: $50
      Description: All the following described tract or rice of land situate in
      Galloway Twp.  Gloucester Co., N. J. and is bounded as follows:
      Beginning at a Red Cedar by the edge of a meadow being corner to a lot
      that Thomas Ranard, Esq. by his Last Will and Testament gave unto Mary
      Lake who is now under coverture of marriage with Enoch Risley and extends
      from
      Thence first from the line thereof N83W 3C20L to a post for a corner of a
      lot belonging to the heirs of John Holmes, dec'd;
      Thence N74W 2C62L to a post in a corner to the said lots and standing on
      the southeast side of the main road, near the North corner of the Arcenal,
      Thence N33E along said road 2C85L to a post for a corner of Daniel
      Doughty's;
      Thence S48E 5C40L to the Red Cedar first named containing 3 roods and 12
      perches of land be the same more or less being part of a survey of 1000
      acres made to Thomas Budd and under him by unary conveyance as follows
      the first one Susannah Budd, Executrix to the said Thomas Budd and under
      him by ... conveyances as follows to ... Harket and the said Harket to
      his daughter Kesiah Nicholson to Amos Ireland and from the said Ireland to
      Anne Risley and from said Anne to her grandson Richard Risley and his
      heirs to John Risley and the said John Risley to Daniel Doughty the
      present grantor.
      Signed: Daniel Doughty, Emma A. Doughty
      Witness: Daniel Lake, Theodore C. Scull
   ld 18__ 4th 7th Rec. 1833 May 14 H3 P167 Abs. 2002/09/07 RWC GCHS.
      Grantor: Daniel Doughty et ux Emma of Galoway Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: John Richards of Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J. and
      Thomas Richards of Philadelphia City and County
      Transaction: $375
      Description: All the ... tract of land situate in  Galoway Twp.,
      Gloucester Co., N. J. bounded as follows.
      Beginning at a small Pine marked with 12 notches standing near the road
      near Cedar creek which stream empties into landing creek that puts out of
      Little Egg Harbor River and is known by the name of the Cedar B... Place
      and was surveyed to Eve Smith 1751 10th 25th 50 acres and is recorded in
      Survey General's Office in Burlington Liber No. 6, Folio 103 and extends
      from
      Thence N27W 10C to a Pine marked as aforesaid for a corner;
      S62W 55C50L to a small Cedar marked as aforesaid for a corner;
      Thence S27E 10C to another small Cedar marked as before for a corner;
      Thence N63E 52C50L to the Place-of-Beginning containing 50 acres with the
      usual allowance for highways be the same more or less, which the said
      Daniel Doughty became seized of by virtue of the deed of conveyance from
      Jesse Chambers .. and Rachel his wife bearing date 1821 Apr 21 and the
      said Jesse Chambers became seized thereof by sundry conveyances under the
      said Evi Smith as reference to the chain of conveyance will more fully at
      large appear.
      Signed: Daniel Doughty, Emma A. Doughty
      Witness: Daniel Lake, Ann Lake
      Commissioner: Daniel Lake
   ld 1824 Jun 16 NJ_GCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_MM P_297 Tra. GJB76.
      Grantor: John Sansom and wife Maria of PA and Samuel Clark Ireland, the
      last two are children of Samuel Ireland.
      Grantee: Daniel Doughty of Galloway Twp.
      Transaction: $514.28
      Description: in Galloway Twp. #1 Absecon Creek, late Isaac Ingersoll,
      Thomas Lotham (?), along creek to Peter Risley. #2 Absequan Creek. #3 On
      bay, some creeks, oyster reef. Samuel, et al, acquired 1796 Aug 06.
      Witness: James Covenover and Richard M. Cooper.
   ld 1826 Aug 30 NJ_GCDR Rec. 1833 Jul 24 B_G3 P445 Abs. 2002/09/07 RWC GCHS.
      Grantor: Daniel Doughty et ux Emma, Enoch Doughty et ux Charlotte and
      Nathaniel Doughty et ux Sarah of Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: John Frambes of Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $200
      Description:  All the following described tract of land situate in
      Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Beginning at a dead Pine tree for a corner to 200 acres formerly surveyed
      to Daniel Leeds;
      From thence it extends N60W 25C  ..... very difficult to read ...
      bounding by a 1000 acre tract
      Thence along the same N57W 50C to a White Oak corner to said 1000 acres;
      Thence leaving the same and running N20W 16C to a White Oak for a corner;
      Thence N76E 28C;
      Thence S42E 25.5C to a corner of Cordery's line;
      Thence bounding by said Cordery's line S22:30W 17C;
      Thence S60E 7C by said Cordery's line to his aforesaid 200 acres'
      Thence along the same S42W 6C to the dead Pine tree first named containing
      100 acres .. be the same more or less; being the same tract of land that
      Edward Doughty by deed dated 1770 10th 8th recorded in the clerk's office
      of Gloucester Co. Lib. CC Folio 202 conveyed to Jonathan Doughty and being
      also the same the said Jonathan Doughty by deed dated 1790 Dec 03 conveyed
      to Abner Doughty and Zephaniah Doughty in equal parcels? ......
      Signed: Daniel Doughty, Enoch Doughty, Nathaniel Doughty
      Witness: Robert L. Armstrong, Thomas Chapman, John Ashcraft witnessed
      Enoch Doughty
      Commissioner: Daniel Lake
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R81 P20[67]
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Galloway Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Dan'l Doughty ___________/1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Daniel)________________ 20-29MW
 (Emma)__________________ 30-39FW
 ________________________ 15-19FW
 ________________________ 10-14FW
 (Samuel H)______________ 05-09MW
 (Elizabeth)_____________ 05-09FW
 ________________________ 00-04FW
 ________________________ 00-04FW
 (Abner)_________________ 00-04MW
   ld 1833 Mar 01 NJ_GCDR Rec. 1833 Jul 24 B_G3 P446 Abs. 2002/09/07 RWC   GCHS.
      Grantor: John Frambes et ux Elizabeth of Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Daniel Doughty of Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $250
      Description: All the following described tract or piece of land situate in
      the Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J. bounded as follows.
      Beginning at a dead Pine tree being corner to 200 acres formerly surveyed
      to Daniel Leeds;
      Thence it extends N60W 25C bounding by the 1000 acre tract;
      Thence along the same N57W 15C to a White Oak corner to said 1000 acres;
      Thence leaving the same running N20W 16C to a White Oak for a corner;
      Thence N76E 28C;
      Thence S42E 25.5C to Cordery's line;
      Thence bounding by said Cordery's line S22:30W 17C;
      Thence S60E 7C by said Cordery's line to his aforesaid 200 acres;
      Thence along the same S45W 6C to the dead Pine tree first named containing
      100 acres and allowance for highways be the same more or less; being the
      same tract of land that Edward Doughty by deed dated 1770 10th 8th
      recorded in the clerk's office of Gloucester Co. Lib. CC Folio 202
      conveyed to Jonathan Doughty and being also the same the said
      Jonathan Doughty by deed dated 1790 Dec 03 conveyed to Abner Doughty and
      Zephaniah Doughty in equal moietys from   .....
      Signed: John Frambes, Elizabeth Frambes
      Witness: Daniel Lake
      Commissioner: Daniel Lake
   ld 1833 Apr 27?  Rec. 1833 May 25 Abs. 2002/09/07 RWC   GCHS.
      Grantor: Daniel Doughty et ux Emma of Galoway Twp., Gloucester Co.,
      Western Division, N. J.
      Grantee: Elizabeth Doughty, their daughter of the same place.
      Transaction: $500
      Description: All the following described tract or piece of land in
      Haddonfield, Waterford Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Beginning at a stone for a corner by the side of the street, being corner
      of lands late William Fishman's afterward William Doughton's and extends
      from thence up the side of the street being N62:45E 90L to a stone corner
      of land late belonging to John Gill;
      N76.5W 4C74L to a stone for a corner belonging to the said John Gill;
      Still by his line S70:45W 1C45L to a stone for a corner in the said
      Doughten's line;
      In said Doughten's line S32:45E 5C to the Place-of-Beginning containing
      three acres be the same more or less which lot of land and mess. was the
      said Emma Doughty, late Emma Hillman, became seized of by virtue of sworn
      testament of her father, Joseph Hillman, who became seized thereof by
      virtue of deed of conveyance by John Shiver? 1799 Feb 28 recorded in the
      Clerk's Office, Woodbury, Gloucester Co., Liber BV, Folio 448 which said
      lot of land John Shiver became seized of by virtue of a deed of claims
      from Joseph Blackwood, Esq. High Sheriff of the said Gloucester Co., which
      he took in execution and sold according to law as the property of Abraham
      Briant and the so said John Shivers became the purchaser as appears from
      Deed of Conveyance bearing date 1787 4th 17th, reference to said will and
      and records will more fully and at large appear.
      Signed: Daniel Doughty, Emma Doughty
      Witness: Daniel Lake, Ann Lake
      Commissioner: Daniel Lake
   dm 1838 Apr 25 in an explosion on board the steam boat "Moselle" just a few
      miles above Cincinnati, OH.
   mm 1842 Aug 11 George Peterson 09, OH_CCMR
   bm 1786
   dm 18__
 with Amy Wescoat
   James 10
   ~1817
 with Emma P. (nee Hillman 09) Doughty
   Samuel H 10    Elizabeth 10   Harriet 10     Mary 10        Emma C 10
   b1820          b              b              b              b
   Abner 10       Edward S 10
   ~1830          ~1832
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Enoch Doughty 09
   bm 1792 Mar 04 to Abner Doughty 08 et ux Leah (nee Risley 08) Holmes 08
      Doughty
   mf 1816 ___ __ Charlotte Clark 09 (Bible records ACHS 1987 yearbook)
   bf 1792 Dec 02
   n. Cyclopedia of New Jersey - Ogden, FWPL GEN 974.9M P234
   n. General, occupied the mansion at Locust Grove for over half a century.
      Originally built by Richard Price, his father's partner, in the midst of
      20,000 acres of valuable timberland.  His vessels bore to distant places
      the products of his forests and mills, even to the West Indies, returning
      with the southern products to Philadelphia, New York and South Jersey.
      This article reports no surving male heirs and that Miss Sarah Natalie
      Doughty sold the land?
   ld 1823 Apr 26 NJ_GCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_LL P146
      Grantor: John Conover et ux Comfort of Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ
      Grantee: Enoch Doughty, Esq. of Egg Harbor Twp.
      Transaction: $6 for 1 acre.
   ld 1826 Mar 28 NJ_GCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_P3 P259
      Grantor: Joseph E. West et ux
      Grantee: Enoch Doughty et al
      Transaction: 66.65 acres
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_GCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_P3 P261
      Grantor: Enoch Doughty & Charlotte his wife
      Grantee: Samuel Richards of Phila.
      Transaction: $700 for 100 acres and is recorded in Bull's Book, folio 115
      being the same tract conveyed to Abner Doughty, Jr. et ux 1810 Sep 29;
      being the same part of 3 equal parts the other two conveyed to Daniel &
      Nathaniel Doughty 1820 Mar 08 + more
   ld 1827 Jan 06 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1827 Beb 19 B_48 P_373 Abs.  GJB76
      Grantor: Isaac Townsend et ux Hannah and Samuel Ogden et ux Beulah of Port
      Elizabeth, NJ
      Grantee:  Enoch Doughty, Twp of Galloway, Gloucester Co., NJ
      Transaction: $275 for 101 acres.
      Description: land in Maurice River Twp. on the Port Elizabeth-"Turkey Hoe
      Road" [Tuckahoe] and Old Cape Road, the old road from Swain to TarKiln,
      and bordering Jeptha Hampton.
      Witness: John Wishart [JP & Methodist minister].
      Genealogy by GJB76:
      The Samuel Ogden in this deed was a brother to Hannah Ogden Townsend.
      He married Beulah Craft, the daughter of George and Rebecca Craft.
      (Curiously, Isaac and Hannah's eldest son, Samuel Townsend, married
      Rebecca Craft, a sister to Beulah, so he married his aunt's sister-GJB)
      Isaac Townsend was the son of Isaac and Keturah (nee Albertson from
      Josiah and Ann?) Townsend, he the son of Isaac and Sarah (nee Willets)
      Townsend, he the son of Richard and Millicent (nee Somers) Townsend, he
      the son of John and Phebe (nee Williams) Townsend who migrated from Long
      Island to Cape May County. The Hannah Townsend in this deed, wife of
      Isaac, III, was formerly Hannah Ogden, daughter of Samuel and Mary Ann
      (nee Hoffman) Ogden.  See deed below, also--GJB.]
   ld 1828 Feb 05 NJ_CuCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_48(49?) P570  Rec. 1827 Feb 19. Abs. GJB76.
      Grantor: Clayton G. Atkinson and wife Hannah of Mansfield, Burlington Co.,
      NJ.
      Grantee: Enoch Doughty, Twp of ____ [a blank space appears here, but it
      must be Galloway], Gloucester Co.
      Transaction: $350
      Description: land in Maurice River.
      #1: 114-1/2 acres on Slab Branch, Near Old Cape Road.
      #2: 17-3/4 acres adjacent. History of land: From Nathan Swain et ux
      1817 Mar 25 to John C. Gressman et ux Lydia. [My father traces to
      John Gressman, manager of Cumberland Iron Works. Lydia (nee Vanaman) was
      the second wife--GJB.] Gressman sold to Atkinson 1823 Dec 24 [43-410]
      for $300.
      Witness: Samuel Ogden and John Mathews, Jr.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R81 P186 L7
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Egg Harbor Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Enoch Doughty, Esq. _____/0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Charlotte's father?)___ 70-79MW
 (Enoch)_________________ 30-39MW
 (Charlotte)_____________ 30-39FW
 ________________________ 15-19FW
 (John H)________________ 10-14MW
 (Rebecca W)_____________ 10-14FW
 (Abigail H)_____________ 05-09FW
 (Hannah H)______________ 00-04FW
   ld 1835 Mar 28 NJ_GCDR ____ ___ __ B_Q3 P438
      Grantor: William Richards (heirs of)
      Grantee: Enoch Doughty
      1. 57 acres 2. 400 acres, 3. 50 acres, 4. 474 acres, 5. 247 acres,
      6. 71 acres, 7. 118 acres, 8. 7 acres -1.5 acres, 9. 9  acres,
      10. 17.85 acres, 11. 13.40 acres, 12. 8 acres, 13. 7.5 acres,
      14. 80 acres, 15. 37 acres 16 perches, 16. 17.25 acres, 17. et al acres
   ld 1836 Mar 28 NJ_GCDR ____ ___ __ B_P3 P258
      Grantor: Joseph E. West et ux
      Grantee: Enoch Doughty et al
      Transaction: 110 acres
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R247 P028 L7
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Egg Harbor Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Enoch Doughty ___________/0 1 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 (Enoch)__________________ 40-49MW
 (Charlotte)______________ 40-49FW
 (John H)_________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 (Abigail)________________ 15-19FW
 (Hannah)_________________ 15-19FW
 (Leah)___________________ 15-19FW
 (Hannah)_________________ 10-14FW
 (Enoch A)________________ 05-09MW
 (Sarah)__________________ 05-09FW
 (Jane)___________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P36B L34 541/541
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 01, Peter Frambez, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Enoch Doughty              58MWFarming               20000NJ
 Charlotte                  54FW                           NJ
 Rebecca W.                 30FW                           NJ
 Hannah H.                  20FW                           NJ
 Enoch A.                   18MW                           NJ       S
 Sarah N.                   15FW                           NJ       S
 Jane C.                    12FW                           NJ       S
 John S. Wescott            47  Laborer
 James Windle               41  Sawyer
 Ella M. Trout              12
   n. John Wescott perhaps brother to Amy who had son James by Enoch's brother
      Daniel.
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R___ 524/507
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Egg Harbor Twp.
      PO:
 Enoch Doughty              68  Farmer
 Charlotte                  63
 Rebecca                    40
 Hannah                     29
 Alpheus                    28
 Sarah M                    22
 Rhoda Dixon                20
 Margaret Coffey            12
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R___ 140
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Egg Harbor Twp.
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Charlotte Doughty               84
 Rebecca                         60
 Hannah H.                       50
 Enoch A.                        48                 Lumber agent
 Sarah Natalie                   40
 James Needham                   12
 Robert Emons                    21
 Susie Emons                     18
 Jesse C. Emons                  3m

   n. childrens births from family bible, Mrs. A. D. Brockett.
   dm 1871 Apr 14 at 86Y near Absecon CD18710422 WJP18710419
      1871 Apr 17 PA_PPL V_LXXI N20
         Doughty - On Friday, the 14th inst., Enoch Doughty, in the 86th year of
      his age.
         The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to
      attend the funeral, from his late residence, near Absecon, N. J., on
      Tuesday next, the ?th instant, at 10 o'clock A. M.  A special train will
      leave Cooper at Camden at 7:45 A. M.
   n. Sarah Natalie Doughty 10 not Sarah Nathaniel Doughty 10
 with Charlotte (nee Clark 09) Doughty
   John H 10      Rebecca W 10   Abigail H 10   Martha A 10    Leah R 10
   b18161101      b18181108      b18211823      b18230722      b18260607
   Hannah H 10    Enoch A 10     Sarah N 10     Jane C 10
   b18290311      b18311202      b18350204      b18371020
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Nathaniel Doughty 09
   bm 1794 Nov 25 to Abner Doughty 08 et ux Leah (nee Risley 08) Holmes 08
      Doughty
   mf 1817 Jan 27 Sarah Clark 09 by Joseph Clark, Esq. NJ_GCMR P75.
   bf 1800 Mar 11 to Parker Clark 08 et ux Martha (nee Leak 08) Clark
   n. He was a ship Captain. Records from his Bible.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R81 P186 L5
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Egg Harbor Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Nathaniel Doughty _______/0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 _ _ _ _ _/0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 _ _ _/
 ________________________ 70-79FW
 ________________________ 50-59MW
 (Nathaniel)_____________ 30-39MW
 (Sarah)_________________ 30-39FW
 ________________________ 20-29FW
 ________________________ 15-19FW
 ________________________ 10-14FW
   ld 1833 Jul 02 NJ_GCDR Rec. 1833 Aug 02 B_  P_ Abs. 2002/09/07 RWC GCHS.
      Grantor: Nathaniel Doughty et ux Sarah of Egg Harbor Twp., Gloucester Co.,
      N. J.
      Grantee: Enoch Doughty
      Transaction: $2,000 lawful money
      Description: Equal moiety or undivided half part, the whole and the two
      equal parts to be divided being all ..... piece of land formerly the
      property of Richard Price, now dec'd, containing about 3,932 acres, be the
      same more or less, situate in Egg Harbor Twp. and Galloway Twp., being the
      same premises that Samuel Flanigan, formerly Sheriff of the county ...
      by a certain deed bearing date 1811 Mar 30 granted and conveyed unto
      Abner Doughty, Jr. by deed bearing date 1811 Apr 06 and recorded in Liber
      DD Folio 87 unto the said Daniel Doughty being also the same premises that
      Daniel and Emma Doughty, his wife, by two certain deeds, one bearing date
      1825 Mar 08 and the other 1832 Oct 18 granted and conveyed unto Enoch
      Doughty and Daniel Doughty and recorded in Liber F3 Folio 333 of deeds and
      reference to the same will .... appear ... being his equal and divided
      half part of 100 acres being part of a survey of 900 acres made to John
      Tilton that is recorded at Burlington Liber ACC Folio 244 which he became
      seized of by virtue of two certain deeds of conveyance from John Doughty,
      Jr., the said Daniel Doughty, Enoch Doughty and Nathaniel Doughty bearing
      date 1819 Feb 27 and is recorded in the clerk's office Liber EE Folio 284,
      the other from Daniel Doughty and Emma his wife bearing date 1832 11th 10
      conveyed unto Enoch Doughty and Nathaniel Doughty and is recorded in
      Gloucester Liber F3 Folio 333.
      Tract
      Also his undivided half part of 788.5 acres
      that he became seized of the two last mentioned deeds being a part of
      Abner Doughty, Jr.'s excluding survey of 2,000.57 of an acre made
      1811 May 07 and recorded in Liber DD Folios 48 and 49.
      Tract
      Also his undivided
      half part of 100 acres that he became seized of by virtue of deed of
      conveyance from the said Enoch Doughty bearing date 182[38] Mar 03 and
      also by one other deed of conveyance from Daniel Doughty unto Enoch and
      Nathaniel Doughty bearing date 1832 Oct 18 and recorded Liber F3 Folio 333
      reference to the before recited deeds will appear ....
      Tract
      Also his undivided
      half part of three-fourths part of what is called the Cooper Tract and he
      in company with the said Enoch Doughty, Daniel Doughty and Parker Cordery
      purchased of Richard M. Cooper, Mary Cooper, Samuel Evons?, Mary Ebolens,
      Sarah W. Fisher, William Carven?, Maryann Carven, Abigail Cooper, Esther
      L. Cooper as appears by their deed of conveyance bearing date 1827 Feb 05
      and recorded in Liber TT Folio 12 deeds, reference thereunto had and also
      .... bearing date 1832 Oct 19? will appear, also his equal undivided right
      and interest of, in and to a certain resurvey of 383 acres made for
      Samuel Richards on behalf of the heirs of Joseph Ball, dec'd, the said
      Enoch, Daniel and Nathaniel Doughty and Parker Cordery and Sarah ....
      .... 2,957 acres as appears by the said survey .... bearing date
      1828 Aug 04? and recorded Book FF P239 et seq. 244 in the Survey General's
      Office, Burlington. ... that I may have by virtue of deed of conveyance
      from Daniel Doughty and wife to Enoch Doughty and Nathaniel Doughty to
      the above recited resurvey dated 1832 Oct 18 reference thereunto had will
      appear .... right, title, claim and demand that he shall or might derive
      that might or shall be made by Samuel Richards and Sarah Maul?
      administrators of the estate of Joseph Maul, dec'd and .... an act of the
      Legislature of the State of New Jersey passed 1824 Dec 20, also ....
      to convey by a deed of conveyance .....
      Joseph Maul to the said Abner Doughty ... and also all the interest that I
      may have derived from the conveyance from Daniel Doughty to the said Enoch
      Doughty and myself and the above recited act as in force had unto said
      deed dated 1832 Oct 18 and recorded in the Clerk's Office, Gloucester Co.,
      Liber F3 Page 333.
      Tract
      Also my equal 1/3 part of a survey formerly made to
      Amos Ireland, dec'd, on the southeasterly side of Absecon Bay known by the
      name of Sipple's Island containing 15 acres, 2 roods and 16 perches that I
      became seized by virtue of a deed from Abner Doughty, Jr. unto Daniel,
      Enoch and Nathaniel Doughty by deed dated 1819 Feb 27 and is recorded in
      the Clerk's Office in Liber EE Folio 2[0834] reference being had there..
      Tract 10
      Also a equal half-part 1/10 part of a survey made to Abner Doughty,
      1811 Feb 08 for 1567 acres which we became seized of by virtue of a deed
      of conveyance from William Harrison to Enoch Doughty and Nathaniel Doughty
      bearing date 182[38] Oct 23 and recorded in the Clerk's Office Liber WW
      Folio 245 of deeds.
      Tract 11
      Also my equal and divided half part of a survey situate in Galloway Twp,
      Beginning at a stake in the south side of Oyster thoroughfare and runs
      from
      Thence N85W 3C, S24W 16C, S23E 9C, N70E 15C, N12W 13C, N50W 7C to the
      Place-of-Beginning containing in all 25.18 acres being the survey made
      to Enoch and Nathaniel Doughty bearing date 1830 Nov 30 recorded in Liber
      FF Folio 485 in the City of Burlington, Surveyor General's office.
      Tract 12
      Also my equal undivided half-part of a survey situated in Galloway Twp.,
      southeast side of Absecon Bay at a place called Sipple's Island
      Beginning at a stake on said Island, it being the third corner of a survey
      made on said island, which survey now belongs to said Doughtys and runs
      S 3C50L;
      Thence N55W 8C50L;
      Thence N22W 9C;
      Thence N15W 6C50L;
      Thence N34E 6C;
      Thence S5W 3C;
      Thence S15E 5C;
      Thence S22E 8C;
      Thence S55E 6C50L to the Place-of-Beginning containing 8.61 acres being
      a survey made to Enoch and Nathaniel Doughty bearing date 1830 Nov 30
      recorded in Lib GT Folio 33, Survey General Office, Burlington.
      Tract 13
      Also my equal undivided half-part of a certain tract of land of 205 acres,
      being a part of a survey of 900 acres made to John Tilton and is recorded
      in the Survey General's Office at Burlington Liber CC Folio 244 which he
      became seized of by virtue of a deed of conveyance from John Tilton to
      Enoch Doughty by deed bearing date 1831 Oct 22 and is recorded in the
      Clerk's Office of said county in Lib D3 Folio 189 of deeds as reference
      had thereunto will appear;
      Tract 14
      Also my equal undivided half-part of several tracts of land that we
      purchased of Benjamin Wilkins, former Sheriff of the county ....
      the real estate of Parker Clark as will appear by deed dated 1819 Oct 05
      and recorded in the Clerk's Office in said county Liber EE Folio 454 deeds
      and to wit my interest in 1/2 of the saw mill called Clark's Mill with
      one-half of all of the tracts adjoining said mill with all the ....
      thereon.
      Tract 15
      One-half of a tract called Monroe Tract containing unspecified acres more
      or less;
      Tract 16
      Also one equal half-part of 30 acres that Thomas Clark purchased of Jonas
      Morse;
      Tracts
      Also all the following described lots of land
      1) A lot of five acres lying below Rambleborough? by grist mill purchased
      of Jeremiah Adams by said Parker Clark;
      6) One moiety or half-part of three surveys containing 101.55 acres
      adjoining M. A. Monroe's? line which the said Parker Clark purchased of
      Thomas, Joseph and Abner Clark, John Brown and Mary his wife and dated
      1805 Jan 26.
      7) All interest ... Monroe Tract that said Parker Clark purchased of
      Benjamin Clark and dated 1804 Jun 15?s
      8) A tract purchased of Henry Davis and wife by deed 1804 Jun 23 by Parker
      Clark,
      9) An equal undivided fourth part of 50 acres of measure on Macock's Creek
      purchased of Johns Braun? and wife by deed ... Abner Doughty ...
      1814? Jun 16 by Parker Clark.
      10) ... equal undivided fourth part of the last mention tract of 50 acres
      purchased by Abner Clark and wife by deed dated 1814 Dec 10 by Parker
      Clark
      11) A tract of 53 acres adjoining lands of Edward ? and others purchased
      of Jeremiah Adams by deed 1805 Aug 12 by Parker Clark
      17) A lot at Port Republic containing .37 acre by deed 1819 Jan 15 by
      Parker Clark as reference had unto will appear ... EE  497?
      Signed: Nathaniel Doughty
      Witness: M. A. Canfield?, John H. Doughty
      Commissioner: Daniel Lake
   ld 1836 Aug 22 NJ_GCDR Rec.____ ___ __ B_Q3 P236
      Grantor: Samuel D. Sharp et ux Leonora of NYC, NY
      Grantee: Nathaniel Doughty et ux Sarah
      Description: .25 acre and 9 perches
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R247 P027 L29
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Egg Harbor Twp.   ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Nathaniel________________/0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Nathaniel)_____________ 40-49MW
 (Sarah)_________________ 30-39FW
 ________________________ 30-39FW
 ________________________ 15-19FW
 ________________________ 05-09MW
 ________________________ 05-09FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R247 P027 L24
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Egg Harbor Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Daniel Powers ___________/0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   n. No children of theirs referenced in their Bible.
   wm 1847 Nov 13 NJ_ACW N183 P141.
      In the name of God Amen, I, Nathaniel Doughty of the Township of
      Egg Harbour
      brother Enoch, deceased brother Daniel
      children of deceased brother Daniel: Elizabeth, Mary, Emma Louisa, Samuel,
      Abner and Edward.
      Exe.: wife Sarah
      Wit.: Joseph Thompson, James Pennington, William Thompson
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P34A L29 500/510.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 31, Peter Frambez, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Nathaniel Doughty          54MWFarming               40000NJ
 Sarah                      48FW                           NJ
 Martha S. Clark            28F                            NJ
 Mary Towel                 20FW                           NJ
 Mary Barrett               15FW                           NJ       S
 John Collin                66MWLaborer                    DE        X
 Isaiah Boyer               16MBLaborer                    NJ       S
   n. 20090530 RWC  discrepancies noted with url
      recheck worth 20000 S 28 Martha L.  collin vs collier
      ftp://ftp.us-census.org/pub/usgenweb/census/nj/atlantic/1850/1pg0046.txt
   dm 1852 Nov 23 12:00 Tue at 58y interred on his birthday.  "The occasion was
      improved on by an appropriate sermon by Rev. I. F. Canfield from Luke
      23 Chap., 42 Verse."
   df 1889 Sep 25 01:00 Wed at 89.6.14 and was interred at Absecon, NJ in the
      same grave with her Husband.  Rev. Mr. Morriss preached the sermon.
 with Sarah (nee Clark 09) Doughty
   no issue

Abner Doughty 09
   bm~1797 ___ __ to Abner Doughty 08 et ux Leah (nee Risley 08) Holmes 08
      Doughty in Oceanville, NJ
   mf 1816 Jul 28 Judith Somers 09, Absecon, NJ. NJ_GCMR P75.
   bf 1798 ___ __ to James Somers 07 et ux Ann
   ld 1811 Apr 06 NJ_GCDR Rec. 1818 Dec 09 B_DD P_87.
      Grantor: Abner Doughty, Jr. of Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Daniel Doughty of Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Transaction: $600 lawful money of the U. S. for land in Gloucester Co.,
      N. J. of Richard Price - 50 acres.
      Signed: Abner Doughty, Jr.
      Witness: John Salsberry, Enoch Doughty.
   ld 1820 Jan 28 NJ_GCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_II P_223 Abs. 2002/09/07 RWC GCHS.
      Grantor: Abner Doughty, Jr. et ux Judith, Richard Somers, Jr. et ux Rhoda
      all of Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J.
      Grantee: Benjamin Endicott et ux Sarah of the same place
      Transaction: $1 to each in hand paid
      Description: The following land and marsh situate in Galloway Twp.,
      Gloucester Co., N. J. in three pieces are bounded as follows.
      The first piece
      Beginning at a stone standing in the northerly side of the channel of
      Tanners Brook creek?  can't make it out
      S41W about xxC to another corner of said lot in Richard See?s ...
      Then down said line S63.5W 6C25L to a small Persimmon tree lately marked
      aforesaid Seely's? corner;
      Thence N49W 48C along said Seely's line to a small White Oak being his
      upper corner and also the upper corner of said Doughty and said Somer's
      land;
      Thence along said Somer's line Sxx:45E 20C to a corner to his other ..
      and along Tanners Brook  ....
      S49
      S20 to his other corner;
      And along said creek thence bounding down the line the several courses
      thereof to the Place-of-Beginning containing about 55 acres strict measure
      of land be the same more or less.
      The second piece
      A lot of land that Benjamin Endicott purchased of Abner Doughty, Sr.,
      dec'd, by deed dated 1815 Apr 04 by which it is bounded as follows.
      Beginning at or near the forks of three public highways near Tannersbrook
      at a stake for a corner at the intersection of said Doughty's new road
      on the south side thereof in the line between the said Doughtys and a lot
      of land lately the property of Nehemiah Blackman, dec'd;
      Thence N12E 1C15L to the line in the public highway;
      Thence to Leed's Point;
      Thence on said line N48:30E 8C50L to a corner;
      Thence S29E 7C20L;
      Thence W 10C40L to the Place-of-Beginning containing 3.39 acres with the
      usual allowance for highways where said Endicott now lives.
      The third lot
      Something in the East line of the aforesaid Nehemiah Blackman's lot about
      1C from the beginning corner of said Endicott's last mentioned lot and is
      also the west corner of said Abner Doughty, Jr.'s home _ lot and runs from
      Thence binding the same S49E 6C to a Pine sapling marked for another
      corner thereof;
      Thence still in the line S12:15W about 4.5C to a corner in said Richard
      Somer's lot of land;
      Thence by the same W about 5C to the southwest corner of said Blackman's
      lot;
      Thence in the same N12:15E about 8.5C to the Place-of-Beginning containing
      about 3 acres making in the whole about 58.5 acres set off to said
      Benjamin in right of a homestead plantation that Abner Doughty, Sr.
      devised to his daughter Sarah, wife of said Endicott, the same ....
      Signed: Abner Doughty, Jr., Judith Doughty, Richard Somers, Jr., Rachel
      Somers
      Witness: Matthew Collins
      Clerk: J. J. Foster
   ld 1822 Apr 20 NJ_GCDR Rec. 1722 Jun 17 B_II P427. Abs. 2002/09/07 RWC GCHS
      Grantor: Abner Doughty et ux Judith of Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ.
      Grantee: Benjamin Endicott of the same place.
      Transaction:
      Description: All the following described tract or piece of land situate in
      Galloway Twp., Gloucester Co., N. J. bounded as follows.
      Beginning at a stone standing near a due East course .... intersection
      of three public roads near Tannersbrook .... beginning corner to land that
      Abner Doughty, Sr. conveyed to the said Benjamin Endicott for 3.39 acres
      .. 1815 Apr 04
      E 7.5C to a stone in the line ... lot;
      Thence S45.5W 5C85L to a stone ..;
      .. N49W 4C70L to the line of Isaac ... survey;
      Thence N12.25E 1C to the Beginning stone containing 1.25 acres and is part
      of the plantation that Abner Doughty, Sr. stood seized of at . his decease
      .... .... ... his youngest daughter who since married Richard Somers ...
      Signed: Abner Doughty, Judith Doughty
      Witness: Matthew Collins, ...
   ld ____ ___ __ NJ_GCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_Q3 P485
      Grantor: Abner Doughty et ux Judith
      devised to Abner by his father Abner's last will 1820 Jan 28.
      Grantee: Richard Sooy
      Transaction: 6.5 acres
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R81 P206 L18
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Galloway Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Abner Doughty ___________/1 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Abner)_________________ 30-39MW
 (Judith)________________ 30-39FW
 (Abner)_________________ 10-14MW
 (Samuel)________________ 05-09MW
 ________________________ 05-09FW
 (James)_________________ 05-09MW
 (Edward)________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R247 P031 L10
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.   ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Abner Doughty ___________/0 2 2 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Abner)_________________ 40-49MW
 (Judith)________________ 40-49FW
 (Samuel)________________ 20-29MW
 (Abner)_________________ 15-19MW
 ________________________ 15-19FW
 (James)_________________ 10-14MW
 (Edward)________________ 10-14MW
 (Thomas)________________ 05-09MW
 (Henry W.)______________ 05-09MW
 (Rebecca)_______________ 05-09FW
 (Christine)_____________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P40B L33 587/598
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 03, Peter Frambez, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Abner Doughty                    53MWFarming            1000NJ      X
 Judith                           52FW                       NJ
 James                            21MWOysterman            50NJ      X
 Edward                           18MWOysterman              NJ
 Thomas                           16MWOysterman              NJ
 Christine                        14FW                       NJ
 Henry W.                         12MW                       NJ     S
 Rebecca                          10FW                       NJ     S
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R 1743/1757
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Abner Doughty              63  Farmer
 Jundith                    61
 Henry                      21  Sailor
   n. served with Rob't Smith's NJ Militia
   n. lived at Leed's Point, NJ
   df ____ ___ __
   dm 1879 Feb 26 Leed's Point, NJ
   n. NJ_ACMR 17990525 Mary Doughty m Richard Applegate in Cranberry, Middlesex
      Co., N. J.  Mardy's line.
      Abner Doughty, widower mf 1862 Mar 13 Mary Applegate at Absecon by Rev.
      Wood, Misc.
      2002/10/30 Richard Applegate, born abt 1774, Middlesex County, NJ, and
      Mary Doughty, born about 1780 and died about 1840. No other information.
      Bill (WHD-William H. Doughty)
 with Judith (nee Somers 09) Doughty
   Samuel 10      Abner 10       _ 10           James S 10     Edward 10
   b1819          b1821                         b1829          b1832
   Thomas 10      Christine 10   Henry W 10     Rebecca 10
   b1834          b1836          b1838          b1840
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Jonathan Doughty 09
   bm 1824 ___ __ to Zephaniah Doughty 08 et ux Sarah (nee Cindall 08) Doughty
   mf 1846 Sep 12 Sarah Scull 09 at Great Egg Harbor by Robert B. Risley,
      Esq.  West Jersey Mail bound with Camden Mail & General Advertiser
      1846 Sep 23.
   bf 1824 ___ __ to
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P10B 146/147
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Egg_Harbor Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 22, Peter Frambes, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Jonathan Doughy            26MWLaborer                    NJ
 Sarah                      26FW                           NJ
 Jemima                      3FW                           NJ
 Arabella                    1FW                           NJ
 Harriet                    3mFW                           NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R___  V    E    P     L  642/642
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Egg Harbor Twp.
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Jonathan Doughty                56                 Bayman
 Louisa                          4_

 with Sarah (nee Scull 09) Doughty
   Jemima 10      Arabella 10    Harriet 10
   b1847          b1849          b1850

Zephaniah Doughty 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to Zephaniah Doughty 08 et ux Sarah (nee Cindall 08) Doughty
   n. 1829 Philadelphia City Directory.  Tavern
   n. 1860 Abijah Doughty, Laborer, bds Morris c William [boards at corner of
         Morris and William]
      1860 Zephaniah Doughty, h Morris c William Boyd's Camden Directory:

Sarah Doughty 09
   bf 1822 ___ __ to Zephaniah Doughty 08 et ux Sarah (nee Cindall 08) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Samuel Reeves 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to Aaron Reeves 08 et ux Abigail
   n. By Samuel's first marriage, he & wife Phebe deed property to Enoch Doughty
      of Cumberland Co., N. J.  Perhaps Phebe was Sarah's sister?
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P19B L20 285/288
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Egg_Harbor Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 22, Peter Frambes, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Jesse A. Baker             26M Labourer                350NJ
 Caroline  "                25F                            NJ
 Emely C.  "                 5F                            NJ
 Susan I.  "                 2F                            NJ
 Phebe E.  "                1mF                            NJ
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P19B L25 286/289
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Egg_Harbor Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 22, Peter Frambes, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Joseph Ireland             49M Farmer                 5500NJ
 Mary      "                30F                            NJ
 Job       "                25M Sailor                     NJ
 John      "                21M Farmer                     NJ
 Hannah    "                19F                            NJ
 Isabella  "                17F                            NJ
 Abigail   "                15F                            NJ       S
 Joseph    "                13M                            NJ       S
 Dareus    "                13F                            NJ       S
 Hezekiah  "                10M                            NJ       S
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P19B L39 288/291
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Egg_Harbor Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 22, Peter Frambes, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Thomas Ayers               43M Farmer                  700NJ
 Huldah   "                 40F                            NJ
 Elisabeth "                19F                            NJ
 Thomas   "                 17M                            NJ
 Isabella "                 11F                            NJ       S
 Mary C.  "                  7F                            NJ       S
 Emeline  "                  4F                            NJ
 Phebe Doughty               7                             NJ       S
 Thomas   "                 28  Laborer                    NJ        I
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P20A L11 290/293
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Egg_Harbor Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 22, Peter Frambes, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Aaron Reeves               69M Laborer                 200NJ
 Abigail   "                68F                            NJ
   n. note that Susan Reeves, daughter and her daughter Jemima and son Calvin,
      grandchildren of Zephaniah are enumerated adjacent to Zephaniah and
      therefore twice in the 1850 Census. Thomas and Phebe would appear to be
      closely related to Zeph. Phebe, Thomas's daughter?. Perhaps Huldah nee
      Doughty Ayers?
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P20A L11 291/294
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Egg_Harbor Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 22, Peter Frambes, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Samuel Reeves              36M Farming                 300NJ
 Susan    "                 27F                            NJ        I
 Aaron    "                 12M                            NJ
 Jemima A.   "               5F                            NJ       S
 Calvin   "                  1M                            NJ
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R4__ P017B  501/516
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Dec 25, David B. Leslie, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Susan Reeves               28F                         300NJ
 Jemima Ann                  7F                            NJ
 Calvin                      2M                            NJ
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R1172  SD_ V65 ED173 S7 L44
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Philadelphia, 2128 Mervine St. <-wrong, rwc. JED's
      Enumerated:

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Sarah Doughty                         79        NJ
 Marth Clark           Si              57        NJ
 2 familys - Hoffmans
             Greggs


Abijah Doughty 09
   bm 1833 Mar 02 to Zephaniah Doughty 08 et ux Jemima (nee Somers 08) Doughty
   n. 1860 Abijah Doughty, Laborer, bds Morris c William [boards at corner of
      Morris and William] Boyd's Camden Directory:
   n. 1860 Zephaniah Doughty, h Morris c William
   mf 1864 Jan 30 Mary Clark 09. NJ_SCMR P81 A. Seargeant CoH 4th NJV both of
      Franklin Twsp. CD18640206 NJ_GCMR P75.
   bf 1844
   n. Sergeant, Co. H, 4th NJ Vol.
   dm 1879 Sep 11 interred Lake Methodist Cemetery, Franklin Twp., Gloucester
      Co., NJ Sergeant, Co. H., [2]4th NJ Vol. GJB76
   n. 1900 see s-i-l Sarah (nee Doughty 09) Reeves
   df 1921 ___ __ interred Lake Methodist Cemetery, Franklin Twp., Gloucester
      Co., NJ GJB76 beside identically stone designs for Isaac Clark 1806-1888,
      Elizabeth (nee _ _) Clark, wife 1821-1893?
   n. A newspaper article lists all the stones in the inactive Lake Methodist
      Cemetery, Franklin Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ.  The above two are the only
      Doughtys found in this cemetery.

Mary Doughty 09
   bf 1837 ___ __ to Zephaniah Doughty 08 et ux Jemima (nee Somers 08) Doughty

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George Doughty 09
   bm 1824
   mf ____ ___ __ Phebe _ 09
   bf 1834
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R___ P240
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 George Doughty             36  Carpenter
 Phebe                      26
 Hannah E.                   5
 Daniel D.                   3
 Evaline                    7m
 with Phebe (nee _ 09) Doughty
   Hannah E 10    Daniel D 10    Evaline 10
   b1855          b1857          b1859
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Matilda Daugherty 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Daugherty 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Garton 08)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Henry Saul 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to Frederic Saul 08 et ux
   n. lived in the Malaga, NJ area and were connected with the Lake Church in
      Franklin Twp., NJ.
   n. From gromer worldnet.att.net 2000 Jul 12 10:09:48 Wed. Carol Gromer's line
      I didn't know if we had shared the children of
      Henry SAUL and Matilda DAUGHERTY so I'm listing them here.  Maybe a
      child's name will lead back to a grandparent.
      William Daugherty Saul dm 1866
      Frederic Saul (this is his grandfather on his father's side)
      Emma Cordelia Saul
      Sarah Elizabeth "Lizzie" Saul df 1934
      Simon W. Saul dm 1856
      female baby Saul
      Ida Frances Saul df 1951
      John Wesley Saul dm 1946
      Fanny Madea Saul df 1865
 with Henry Saul 09
   William D 10   Frederic 10    Emma C 10      Sarah E 10     Simon W 10
   b1849          b1851          b1853          b1853          b1854
   _ 10           Ida F 10       John W 10      Fanny M 10
   b1856          b1861          b1862          b


Gideon Doughty 09
   bm 1828 ___ __ to William Doughty 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Garton 08) Doughty

Frederick Doughty 09
   bm 1834 ___ __ to William Doughty 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Garton 08) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret _ 09
   n. see mother Elizabeth in 1860 Census.
      Fredric                    26  Carpenter
      Margaret                   28
      Charles                     6
      Albert                      6
      William                     5
      Florina                     3
 with Margaret (nee _ 09) Doughty
   Charles 10     Albert 10      William 10     Florina 10
   b1854          b1854          b1855          b1858

Phebe Doughty 09
   bf 1835 ___ __ to William Doughty 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Garton 08) Doughty

Thomas Doughty 09
   bm 1837 ___ __ to William Doughty 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Garton 08) Doughty

Mary Ann Doughty 09
   bf 1843 ___ __ to William Doughty 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Garton 08) Doughty

Samuel C. Doughty 09
   bm 1846 ___ __ to William Doughty 08 et ux Elizabeth (nee Garton 08) Doughty
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Samuel Stilwell Doughty 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to Edward Doughty 09 et ux Elisa S. Taylor 09
   n. "Edward Doughty, His Life, Times and Friends"  - Samuel S. Doughty.
       Printed by Brown & Wilson, NYC, 1880 (55 pages).
   n. 1838 NYCD Samuel S. Doughty, c. surveyor, 45 Bowery   dms

Gertrude Eliza Doughty 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Doughty 09 et ux Elisa S. Taylor 09
   mm ____ ___ __ Richard R. Ward 10
   df 1859 May 21

_ Doughty 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Doughty 09 et ux Elisa S. Taylor 09
   df young

_ Doughty 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Doughty 09 et ux Elisa S. Taylor 09
   df young

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Jamima Doughty 10
   bf 1799 Dec 11 to Zaccheus Doughty 09 et ux Deborah (nee Crukner 09)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Washington Steelman 10, Yearbook ACHS V3N2P68
   df
   mf ____ ___ __ Sophia Smith 10

Joseph E. Doughty 10
   bm 1802 Dec 23 to Zaccheus Doughty 09 et ux Deborah (nee Crukner 09)
      Doughty at Egg Harbor, Ocean Co., NJ.
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah _ 10,  in Egg Harbor, NJ. (Haslett 10)?
   bf 1800
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R81 P185 L24
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Egg Harbor Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jo^s E. Doughty _________/2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 (Deborah?)______________ 60-69FW
 (Joseph E.)_____________ 20-29MW
 (Hannah)________________ 20-29FW
 ________________________ 05-09FW
 ________________________ 00-04MW
 ________________________ 00-04MW
 (Sarah)_________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R_ P209 L1
      NY, Steuben Co., Cohocton ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joseph Doughty __________/1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 2 3 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   df 1841 ___ __ at Wayland Village, NY.
   mf ____ ___ __ Maletta Shepherd 10
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R    P   L     0/0           Thanks, CG.
      IN, Jennings Co., Marion
      PO: , 1860 , , Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Joseph Doughty             57                             NJ
 Melissa                    52                             IN
 Jonah                      33                             NJ
 Deborah                    30                             NJ         Idiotic
 Sarah                      28                             NJ
 Jemimah                    25                             NJ
 Aligal                     23                             NJ
 Charlotte                  20                             NJ
 Zacheus                    16                             NY
 Anne E.                    14                             NY
 Ezra                       12                             NY
 Charles                     9                             NY
 Frances                     6                             -
 Thophilus Jacobs           16                             -
   df 1882
   dm 1885 ___ __  and at Barnesville Cem., Ft. Scott, Bourbon Co., KS. The name
      Hazelett is on his headstone and may be maiden name of Hannah.
   n. 1935 Charles Doughty probate papers names Joseph, Melita, all Joseph's
      children and their children.
 with Hannah (nee _ 10) Doughty
   Sarah 11       Debra 11       Jemima 11      Charlotte 11   Zachariah 11
   b1829          b1830          b1832          b1833          b1834
   Jonas Morse 11 Ezra 11
   b18361107      b1838
 with Maletta (nee Shepherd 10) Doughty
   Charles 11     Francis M 11   _ 11
   b1851          b1854          b

Elenor Doughty 10
   bf 1804 Oct 23 to Zaccheus Doughty 09 et ux Deborah (nee Crukner 09)
      Doughty

Abel Doughty 10
   bm 1806 Nov 03 to Zaccheus Doughty 09 et ux Deborah (nee Crukner 09)
      Doughty at Gt. Egg Harbor Twp., NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Harriet C. Blanchard 10, middle initial may be S.
   bf 1814 May 31 in Albany, NY.
   n. 1828 moved with father, Zaccheus, to NY.  Purchased land there.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R_ P209 L9
      NY, Steuben Co., Cohocton ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Abel Doughty ____________/1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   n. 1857 sold land to brother Wesley and moved to Doniphan Co., KS
   n. 1868 moved to Holt Co., MO
   df 1889 Sep 15 in Union Twp., Holt Co., MO interred Liberty Cemetery, Craig,
      MO.
   dm 1880 May 29 in Union Twp., Holt Co., MO interred Liberty Cemetery, Craig,
      MO.
 with Harriet C. (nee Blanchard 10) Doughty
   Charles A 11   William L 11   Mary 11        Joseph F 11    Henry E 11
   b1839          b18430503      b1844          b18471002      b1849
   George L 11
   b1851

William H. Doughty 10
   bm 1810 ___ __ to Zaccheus Doughty 09 et ux Deboran (nee Crukner 09)
      Doughty

William H. Doughty _
   n. 1847 Member of Montgomery County Medical Society, Montgomery Co., PA.
      PA_HOMC

Wesley Doughty 10
   bm 1814 ___ __ to Zaccheus Doughty 09 et ux Deborah (nee Crukner 09)
      Doughty
   dm 1893
   mf ____ ___ __ Ruth _ 10
   bf 1816
   df 1875 Nov 13
 with Ruth (nee _ 10) Doughty

Mary Ann Doughty 10
   bf 1821 Jun 26 to Zaccheus Doughty 09 et ux Abigail "Abby" (nee Garwood 09)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Allen A. Pierce 10
   n. Wm M. dm 18770509, Allen Dwight dm 19360314, Avis A. mm Simon Burrt
      Rawleigh bm1858 dm1926
   n. 20000325 from Carol Brooks, a descendant.
      Flora May mm Elwin Rynders
      William M dm 18770509
      Allen Dwight dm19360314 mf Mary Viola Finch
      Avis Adaline df1883 mm Simon Rawleigh
 with Allen A. Pierce 10
   Flora M 11     William M 11   Allen D 11     Avis A 11      James B 11
   b1852          b18530509      b18550728      b1858          b1860
   Mary J 11
   b1863

Joshua Garwood Doughty 10
   bm 1824 Jan 04 to Zaccheus Doughty 09 et ux Abigail "Abby" (nee Garwood 09)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth "Eliza" Wait 10
   bf 1819 Mar 20
   dm 1867 Mar 05
   df 1892 Mar 23
 with Elizabeth "Eliza" (nee Wait 10) Doughty
   Frank E 11     William R 11   Perella 11     Ida E 11
   b1847          b1849          b1851          b1855

Mark Doughty 10
   bm 1826 Nov 23 to Zaccheus Doughty 09 et ux Abigail "Abby" (nee Garwood 09)
      Doughty
   n. census below probably a son
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R___  V    E    P     L  642/642
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Atlantic City
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Mark Doughty                    25                 Boatman
 Henry                           38


Deborah Doughty 10
   bf 1828 ___ __ to Zaccheus Doughty 09 et ux Abigail "Abby" (nee Garwood 09)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ William H. Rapalje 10
   df 1868 Nov 16
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Leeds Doughty 10
   bm 1806 ___ __ to Robert Doughty 09 et ux Martha Ann (nee Leeds 09) Doughty
   mf 1825 Nov 04 Sally Cook 10, OH_CCMR say Doughty Leeds m Sally Cook.
   df
   n. No family found in 1830 census. Notes of Kensel Clutter => Adamine M. 183_
   df<1836
   mf 1836 Mar 13 Elizabeth Dailey _, widow of _ McClure 10. OCCMR.
   bf 1807
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P     L__ 000/000.        Thanks CG.
      OH, Clermont Co., Batavia
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 07             , Ass't Marshal.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Leeds Doughty              44  Farmer                     OH
 Elizabeth Doughty          43                             NJ
 Adaline M. Doughty         19                             OH
 Emly McClure               18                             OH
 Theodore Doughty           10                             OH
 David Doughty               8                             OH
 Sarah J. Doughty            5                             OH
 Betsy A. Doughty            3                             OH
 Willis Roberts             38  Stagedriver                OH
 Mary Roberts               27                             IN
 William L. Roberts          1                             OH
 Reuben Griffin             22  Omnibus conductor          VA
   df 1893
   dm 1895
 with Sally (nee Cook 10) Doughty
   none found
 with Elizabeth Dailey McClure 10 Doughty
   Robert W 11    Albert A 11    Theodore A 11  David D 11     Sarah A 11
   b1837          b1839          b1840          b1841          b1843
   Sarah Jane 11  Elizabeth A 11 Mary Belle 11
   b1845          b1847          b1850

Mary Ann Doughty 10
   bf 1807 ___ __ to Robert Doughty 09 et ux Martha Ann (nee Leeds 09) Doughty
   mm 1828 May 01 Felix Caleb Leeds 10 in Clermont, OH. OH_CCMR
   bm 1804
   n. Aaron Leeds and wife Deborah (Conover) Leeds arrived OH 1805 with their
      one year old son Felix Caleb Leeds.
   n. They emigrate to Ripley County, IN in 1835/36 with other Clermont County
      relatives. Deborah (Conover) Leeds, wife of Aaron, dies in Clermont in
      1823.
   n. dau Deb mm Mark Harris and had Caleb Russell Harris bm 1851 Rock Island,
      IL - K. Nordtvedt
   df 1874
 with Felix Caleb Leeds 10
   Deborah 11
   b1833 OH

Abel Doughty 10
   bm 1810 Jan 12 to Robert Doughty 09 et ux Martha Ann (nee Leeds 09) Doughty
      in Clermont Co., Ohio.
   mf 1833 Mar 15 Sarah Price 10, Mrs. OH_CCMR.
   mf 1840 ___ __ Jane Ann Dailey 10
   bf 1815 ____ __ to David Dailey 09 et ux Margaret.  P&MD.
   dm 1853 Mar 06 and interred in OH, Clermont Co., Old Bethel Cemetery.
   df 1865 ___ __ and interred in OH, Clermont Co., Old Bethel Cemetery.
      In same cemetery: Nathaniel Dailey, Rev. b 1809 Nov 15 d1880 July 29
      Evi Dailey bm1784 dm18321130 in 48th Y of his life.
 with Sarah (nee Price 10) Doughty
   Thomas 11      Harriet 11
   b1837          b1839
 with Jane Ann (nee Dailey 10) Doughty
   George G 11    Joseph D 11    William C 11   Martha M 11
   b18421001      b1844          b18460828      b1853

Collins Doughty 10
   bm 1812 ___ __ to Robert Doughty 09 et ux Martha Ann (nee Leeds 09) Doughty
   mm 1834 ___ __ Nancy Thomas 10
   bf 1815
   dm 1887
   df 1908
 with Nancy (nee Thomas 10) Doughty
   David 11       Thomas P 11    William B 11
   b1834          b1838          b1845

Rosanna Smith Doughty 10
   bf 1816 ___ __ to Robert Doughty 09 et ux Sarah (nee Smith 09) Doughty
   mm 1833 ___ __ Isaiah Leeds 10
   bm 1810 ___ __ to Aaron Leeds 09 et ux Deborah (nee Conover 09) Doughty
   n. see Sarah Doughty 08 bf 1754 mm Felix Leeds 08

William Doughty 10
   bm 1817 ___ __ to Robert Doughty 09 et ux Sarah (nee Smith 09) Doughty
   mf 1845 Nov 20 Lucretia Ashton 10 at Clermont, Ohio. OH_CCMR
   bf 1819 Feb 13 to William Ashton 09 et ux Eleanor (nee Smith 09) Ashton in
      Williamsburg, OH.
   dm 1892 ___ __ at 75Y in Bryant, IL.
   df 1898 May 29 at 79 in Gann Valley, SD.
   n. Descendant line is courtesy of Robert Meade 2002/10/26 personal
      communication.  I hope I did it right.
 with Lucretia (nee Ashton 10) Doughty
   Mary A 11      Albert 11      James W 11     Sarah 11
   b1849          b18540103      b18590306      b

Jediah Doughty 10
   bm 1820 ___ __ to Robert Doughty 09 et ux Sarah (nee Smith 09) Doughty
   mf 1842 Jul 18 Nancy Johnson 10, OH_CCMR
   bf 1810
   df 1886 ___ __ ?
 with Nancy (nee Johnson 10) Doughty
   Mary A 11      Martha J 11
   b1845          b1848

Keturah Doughty 10
   bf 1823 ___ __ to Robert Doughty 09 et ux Sarah (nee Smith 09) Doughty
   mm 1842 Aug 18 Robert Dunseth 10, OH_CCMR

Smith Doughty 10
   bm 1828 ___ __ to Robert Doughty 09 et ux Sarah (nee Smith 09) Doughty

John Bunyan Doughty 10
   bm 1830 ___ __ to Robert Doughty 09 et ux Sarah (nee Smith 09) Doughty
   dm 1830
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Daniel Doughty 10
   bm 1808 Oct __ to Samuel Doughty 09 with Ann (nee Teagarden 09) Doughty in
      Clermont Co., OH.
   dm 1809 Mar __

Felix Doughty 10
   bm 1810 Mar 06 to Samuel Doughty 09 with Ann (nee Teagarden 09) Doughty in
      Clermont Co., OH.
   mf 1832 Nov 28 Nancy Jane Edwards 10 in Carlinville or Macoupin, IL
   bf 1813 Nov 09 to Griffith Edwards 09 et ux Rachel (Hinton 09) Edwards in
      Indiana
   n. after raising children moved to Ft. Lupton, CO.
   n. Felix served in Black War 1831-2 under Capt. James Kincaid's Co., 2nd
      Regiment, 3rd Brigade of IL Mounted Vol.
   n. served in the Mexican War 1846-8
   n. ref. Doughty Tree V22 N3 P48 (Wm. Allan Taylor)
   df 1887 May 25 in Ft. Lupton, CO.
 with Nancy Jane (nee Edwards 10) Doughty - 10 children
   Mary M 11      Rachel A 11    Samuel A 11    Sarah E 11     Martha J 11
   b18340901      b18360715      b18381014      b18381014      b18410809
   William G 11   Louisa H 11    Sue Emilie 11  Henry H 11     Daniel A 11
   b18460216      b18480229      b18500606      b18530724      b18550713

Henry T. Doughty 10
   bm 1812 Apr __ to Samuel Doughty 09 with Ann (nee Teagarden 09) Doughty
      still carried at the time of his father's death.
   n. Data pertaining to Henry T. Doughty was kindly sent by Earl E. Doughty,
      his descendant.
   mf~1835 ___ __
   n. 1836 Jun 08 living in Missouri at time of his mother, Ann Teagarden
      Doughty Redman, giving a deposition at Carlinville, County of Macoupin,
      State of Illinois to support inheritance of her former husband Samuel
      Doughty, now dec'd, to her sons & heirs of same.
   mf~1851 ___ __ Caroline Powell 10 ?
   n. 1850 Census has a Powell family living
      nearby with a daughter Caroline. Henry's first son may have been Henry
      Powell Doughty as a back inscribed photo in Earl Doughty's possession
      indicates.
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R___ P129 L /
      TX, Hopkins Co.,
      PO: Tarrant, 1860 Jul 25, , Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Doughty, H. T.             48M carpenter         900   300OH
 Caroline                   30F                            Missouri
 Henry T.                    8M                            TX
 Felix F.                    4M                            TX
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R___ P269 L /
      TX, Smith County
      PO: Etna, 1860 , , Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc         RE    PP    BP      FMB  M  SIRem
 Henry Doughty              58M house carpe             NY
 Caroline                   40F                         MO
 Henry                      18M                         TX
 Ferdinando                 16M                         TX
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R     V    E    P157  L  /
      TX, Anderson Co., Fifth District (Kickapoo)
      PO: , 1880 Jun 29,              , Ass't Marshal

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Henry Doughty                 M 68                 House carpenter                                   OH          NJ          PA
 Caroline                      F 53                 Keeping house                                     MO          VA          KY
 Felix F.                      M 24                 Works on farm                                     TX          OH          MO

   n. 1890 at 78y, Henry is on Henderson Co. Tax Rolls.
   dm~1891 as believed by Earl Doughty.
 with Caroline
   Henry P 11     Felix F 11
   b18521128      ~1855

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Richard Doughty 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to Richard Doughty 09 et ux Naomi (nee Leeds 09) Doughty
   mf 1819 Oct 12 Mary _ 10 in Hamilton Co., OH.

Edward Doughty 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to Richard Doughty 09 et ux Naomi (nee Leeds 09) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca Shelton 10 in Clark Co., IN.
   n. 1847 Edward in Dearborn Co.

John K. Doughty 10
   bm 1807 ___ __ to Richard Doughty 09 et ux Naomi (nee Leeds 09) Doughty
      in OH.
   mf 1825 Mar 03 Jerusha Lewis 10 in Shelby Co., IN.
   ld 1829 May 02 IN_SCDR Shelby Co., IN.
      Grantor: Richard Doughty et ux Naomi
      Grantee: John Doughty
   dm~1844 ___ __ in Shelby Co., IN.

Mary "Polly" Doughty 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Richard Doughty 09 et ux Naomi (nee Leeds 09) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ William McKee 10
   n. Felix McKee in Hendricks Co.
 with
   William 11     James K 11     Felix 11       Robert 11      Richard 11
   b              b              b              b              b

Sarah Doughty 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Richard Doughty 09 et ux Naomi (nee Leeds 09) Doughty
   mm 1825 Oct 05 Jesse Ogle 10 in Shelby Co., IN.
   dm
   mm 1840 Oct 14 Jacob Martin 10, Hamilton Co. MB3:97

Robert E. Doughty 10
   bm~1817 ___ __ to Richard Doughty 09 et ux Naomi (nee Leeds 09) Doughty in
      OH.
   mf 1836 Aug 21 Lydia Adams 10 in Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN.
   bf~1819 ___ __ to John Adams 09 et ux Sarah (nee Harmon 09) Adams in IN.
      Adopted by Richard and Naomi.
   n. Be it known that on August 16th, 1836 a marriage License issued to Robert
      Doughty and Lydia Adams both of Marion Co., the ______ consent of her
      father Richard Doughty being ______ and she having no parent nor guardian
      _________ in the State of Indiana proved by the affidavit of Richard
      Harmon.  The marriage of whom is thus returned State of Indiana ________
      County I Adam Wright do hereby certify that Robert Doughty and Lydia
      Adams both of said county was legally joined in marriage as husband and
      wife by me on the 21st day of August AD 1836. Given under my hand and
      seal this 10th of September 1836.   Adam Wright.  Minister of the Gospel.
      From GJB
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R136 P005A L01 52/52
      IN, Benton Co., District #5
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 20, Dan Mills, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Robert Doughty             25M Farmer                     Ohio
   dm 1854 ___ __ near Springfield, Sangamon, IL.
   n. 1854 Lydia took the children and moved to Savannah, IL for a year; then
      joined a company of west-bound migrants on their way to MN probably coming
      by boat down the Mississippi River.  They settled at Dresbach, formerly
      known as Maynard's Landing, on the west bank of the river just across from
      La Crosse, WI.  The 1860 census of Dresbach is missing.
   mm ____ ___ __ Mr. Carr 10
   dm~1862
   df 1897 ___ __ in Claremont, Steele Co., IN at the home of her son Robert M.,
      interred Dresbach, Winona Co., MN, Hiler Cemetery.
 with Lydia (nee Adams 10) Doughty
   John 11        Richard E 11   Maria 11       Martha J 11    Robert M 11
   ~1838          b18400112      b184206__      b1844____      b18470117
   Anna 11        Elizabeth 11   _ 11           _ 11
   ~1849          ~1851          b              b
 with Frank Carr 10
   Frank 11
   b1861
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Jonah Doughty 10
   bm~1808 ___ __ to John Doughty 09 et ux
   mf 1835 Jun 11 Keziah Clark 10, OH_CCMR.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Clark 09
   n. in Clinton Co., 1860.
   n. In a letter, Emma Doughty of Ohio to folks in NJ told of Old Edard Doughty
      being very sick. Letter date 1839 in which she also said a grandau of old
      Edward m s/o Benj. Clark & her bro m d/o Benj Clark - dau of John Doughty
      of Madisonville.
 with Keziah (nee Clark 10) Doughty
   Cynthia 11     John 11        Keti 11        Phebe 11
   ~1842          ~1844          ~1846          ~1853

Naomi Doughty 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 09 et ux
   mm ____ ___ __ William Clark 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to Benjamin Clark 09 et ux

Nancy Doughty 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 09 et ux
   mm ____ ___ __ John Highbee 10

Richard Doughty 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 09 et ux

Samuel Doughty 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 09 et ux
   n. physician
   mf 1838 Jan 15 Mary Lane 10, OH_CCMR
   bf ____ ___ __ to Robert Lane 09 of North Carolina

Ann Doughty 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 09 et ux
   mm ____ ___ __ Frederick Lowe 10

Philena Doughty 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 09 et ux
   mm ____ ___ __ John McKitrich 10

Rachel Doughty 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 09 et ux
   mm ____ ___ __ Richard Donavon 10
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Levi Doughty 10
   bm 1822 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 09 et ux Hannah (nee Smith 09) Doughty
   n. DOUGHTY posted by Janet Klenk 1998 April 4, Saturday.
      Seeking information about Levi DOUGHTY (1822-1913), wife Hannah DOUGHTY
      (1825-1904). Levi DOUGHTY lived in Bantam, Tate Twp., Clermont Co., was
      carpenter/builder.
   n. VAUGHN, WHITE posted by Janet Klenk on 1998 Apr 4, Saturday.
      Looking for information on WHITE family from New Jersey: David WHITE,
      wife Nancy Vaughn WHITE arrived in Clermont County circa 1800, settled
      in Tate Township and area near Batavia. Children: Forman WHITE, Antis
      WHITE BLAIR LEEDS, William N. WHITE, Charles WHITE, David WHITE, Jr.,
      Elizabeth WHITE DIMMITT, and John WHITE. Also next generation which
      includes Levi Rogers WHITE, Thomas P. WHITE, Amanda WHITE HAYES, David
      L. WHITE, Benjamin Frank WHITE, & Clara WHITE STAGG. Janet Klenk
      RWC - note the Vaughn connection to Jacob & Thomas Doughty, Rev. War vets.
      If Nancy Vaughn above is the same and the Whites are the same as relates
      to Barclay White, this ties Thomas & Jacob.
   n. 2004/1/31 Jeff Baker - Looked at the 1850 Census for a James & Nancy
      Vaughn. Found them in Montgomery County, Ripley Twp, Indiana. He is 66
      (born 1784) and her 58 (born 1792) both in VA. Both show up same place in
      1860. In 1870 she is still alive living with son. May not be same
      James Vaughn.
      Looked at the 1850 census for David and Nancy White hoping to see if her
      mother was living with them. Could not find them.
   mf 1848 Jan 19 Hannah Mart 10, OH_CCMR
   bf 1825
   n. Lived in Bantam, Tate Twp., Clermont Co., Ohio.  He was a carpenter.
   df 1904
   dm 1913
 with Hannah (nee Mart 10) Doughty
   Sarah A 11     Anna 11        Bennie 11
   b1849          b1851          b1853

Eliza Doughty 10
   bf~1824 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 09 et ux Hannah (nee Smith 09) Doughty
   n. no documentation, but Kensel Clutter says evidence is strong that this
      census indicated female slot is Eliza.
   mm~1844 ___ __ Absalom Homan 10
   bm~1823 ___ __ to Samuel Homan 09 et ux Jamima (nee Doughty 09) Homan
 with Absalom Homan 10
   Edward 11      Hanah 11       Leonidas W 11  Lucy Ann 10    Abner S R 10
   b1845          b1846          b1848          b1851          b1852
   Lucinda A 11   Charles 11     Phillip 11     Ida 11
   b1854          b1855          b1859          b1861

Joseph Doughty 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to Edward Doughty 09 et ux Hannah (nee Smith 09) Doughty
   n. no documentation, but Kensel Clutter says evidence is that this census
      indicated male slot is Joseph.
   n. possibly Joseph in 1850,60,70,80 Clermont Co. censuses
   mf 1844 Sep 22 Lacy Ann Kain 10, OH_CCMR
   bf~1825
 with Lucy A.
   Mary E 11      Elizabeth 11   Catherine F 11
   ~1846          ~1852          ~1856

Enos S. Doughty 10
   bm 1829 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 09 et ux Hannah (nee Smith 09) Doughty
   n. no documentation, but Kensel Clutter says evidence is strong that this
      male census indicated male slot is Enos.
   mf 1849 ___ __ Eve Doughman 10
   bf 1825
   n. all children were born in Clermont & Warren Countys, OH. In 1868 the
      family moved to Mavin Co., OH.
   df 1897
   dm 1919
 with Eve (nee Doughman 10) Doughty
   Enoch W 11     Charles A 11   Rachel S 11    Mary E 11      Jemima A 11
   b1850          b1852          b1854          b1856          b1858
   Hannah E 11    Dora B 11
   b1860          b1864

John S. Doughty 10
   bm 1834 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 09 et ux Hannah (nee Smith 09) Doughty
   mf 1859 Aug 11 Emma Jane Burroughs 10
   bf 1841
   df 1918
 with Emma J. (nee Burroughs 10) Doughty
   Carrie B 11    Ida M 11       Wilmowh 11     Edward B 11
   b1860          b1862          b1868          b1871

Henry Doughty 10
   bm 1834 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 09 et ux Hannah (nee Smith 09) Doughty
   mf 1861 ___ __ Olive Towner 10

Jamima Doughty 10
   bf 1838 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 09 et ux Hannah (nee Smith 09) Doughty
   mm 1864 ___ __ William F. Haney 10

Edward Doughty 10
   bm 1840 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 09 et ux Hannah (nee Smith 09) Doughty
   mf~1868 ___ __ Frances _ 10
   bf 1846
   dm 1870
   mm 1876 ___ __ John E. R. Parker 10
   n. with John E. R. Parker 10 Harriet bf 1877 John bm 1879 William bm1880
 with Frances
   Benjamin E 11  Lillian 11

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Amelia Anna Doughty 10
   bf 1844 ___ __ to Absalom Doughty 09 et ux Mary Risley (nee Frambes 09)
      Doughty in Absecom, NJ
   mm 1865 Jun 21 Lewis Henry Babcock 10, NJ_ACMR P6/sq
   bm 1841 Jul 14 to Joseph Babcock 07 with Esther (nee Giberson 07) Badcock in
      Atlantic Co., N.J.
   n. DAR #16996
   c. 1870 M593, New Jersey, Camden Co., Delaware Twp., P.143B 239/230
       Enumerated 1870 Jul 26 by E. Burrough, P. O. Merchantville
 Louis Babcock     29   Merchant  7000  6000 N.J.
 Annie             25                         "
 Mary E.         4/12
 John Doughty
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R686  V3 E63 P49 L12  /
      NJ, Camden Co., Haddon Twp.
      PO: , 1880 , Ass't Marshal

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Lewis Babcock                   38
 Anna H.                         36
 Mary E.                         10
 Walter H.                        7

   dm 1898 Dec 06 in Haddonfield, N.J.
   c. 1920 U. S. Census T625 R   V21 E120 S2 L62
      NJ, Camden
      Enumerated:

 Name                    Rel.  HHSCAgeMYOI NYON SRWPOB        Lang    FPOB
 Lang    MPOB       Lang    ETrade       Industry    EFarm
 Anna D. Babcock         Sister     76
 John S. Doughty
 with Lewis Henry Babcock 10
   Walter 09      Mary 09        Lewis 09
   b              b1870          b

John Somers Doughty 10
   bm 1848 Mar 07 to Absolom Doughty 09 et ux Mary Risley (nee Frambes 09)
      Doughty in NJ
   n. 1850 459/468 Ephraim Young 58 M/Lavinia 44F
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P031B L18 460/469.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Egg_Harbor Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 22, Peter Frambes, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Daniel C. Cordery          28M Oysterman              2080NJ
 Harriet S.   "             24F                            NJ
 Joseph S.    "              2M                            NJ
 John Doughty                9M                            NJ
   n. 1850 note discrepancies Daniel E. worth 2000
   n. 1850 461/470 Absalom Cordery 55M/Elizabeth 54F
   n. 1850 465/474 Ebenezer Applegate 47M/Theodosia 35F
   df 1869 Oct 17
      1869 Oct 18 PA_PPL V_LXVIII N21. Mon. morn
         Doughty - on the 17th inst., Olive E., wife of John S. Doughty.
         The relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral, from the
      residence of her husband. No. 1922 blair street, on Tuesday afternoon, at
      3 o'clock.  To proceed to Franklin Cemetery.  **476.
   mf ____ ___ __ Emma Lippincott Smith 10
   bf 1855 NJ
   n. 1870 with sister Anna and her husband Lewis H. Babcock
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R686  V    E    P     L  /
      NJ, Camden Co., Haddon Twsp, Haddon Borough
      P. O.:Chews Landing, 1880 Jul 12 Joshua Sickler, Ass't Marshal

 Name                    CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remark
           -
   n. 1888 NJ_CCD John S Doughty tobacconist Phila Main near Haddon pike,
      Haddonfield NJ. sq
      1889 NJ_CCD John S Doughty tobacconist Phila Main near Haddon pike,
      Haddonfield NJ. sq
   n. see also 1888 NJ_CCD William T Doughty cigars 1805 Broadway 1805 Broadway,
      Camden NJ. sq
   n. 1920 Census with sister Anna D. Babcock, widow of Lewis Henry Babcock.
   dm 1929 Aug 22 in Haddonfield, NJ at 81Y interred Haddonfield Friends SecB23
      Headstone: 3-7-1848  8-22-1929
      CaCHS WPA 354-4(1937) 4445-4(1938) occupation
      farmer.
   dm 1936 Dec __ interred 1936 Dec 15 Evergreen, Sect. K, L389-4, Camden, NJ
   df 1932 Mar __ interred 1932 Mar 19 Evergreen, Sect. K, L416-5, Camden, NJ
      Emma E.
 with Emma Lippincott (nee Smith 10) Doughty
   Martie H 11
   b1874 NJ

Absalom Henry Doughty 10
   bm 1852 ___ __ to Absolom Doughty 09 et ux Mary Risley (nee Frambes 09)
      Doughty in NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Emma V. Boyd 10
   n. 1888 NJ_CCD A Henry Doughty sea captain Grove near Main Haddonfield NJ. sq
      1889 NJ_CCD A Henry Doughty sea captain Grove near Main Haddonfield NJ. sq
 with Emma V. (nee Boyd 10) Doughty
   Mary L 11
   b18880807

Hosea Emerson Doughty 10
   bm 1854 ___ __ to Absolom Doughty 09 et ux Mary Risley (nee Frambes 09)
      Doughty in NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Helen Peverly 10
   n. 1888 NJ_CCD Hosea E Doughty clerk Phila Grove near Main Haddonfield NJ. sq
      1889 NJ_CCD Hosea E Doughty clerk Phila Grove near Main Haddonfield NJ. sq
 with
   William R 11
   b

William S. Doughty 10
   bm 1861 ___ __ to Absolom Doughty 09 et ux Mary Risley (nee Frambes 09)
      Doughty in NJ
   mf 1893 Oct 11 Alice L. Cooper 10 at Protestent Episcopal Church of
      Haddonfield, NJ by Rev. Gustavus M. Murray, Rector. CD18931014 WJP18931018
      NJ_CaCHS.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Alexander Cooper 09 et ux _ (_ 09) Doughty, he deceased and
      of Haddonfield, NJ
   n. 1888 NJ_CCD William S Doughty grocer Main near Grove Grove opposite
      Friends' avenue. sq
      1889 NJ_CCD William S Doughty grocer Main near Grove Grove opposite
      Friends' avenue Haddonfield NJ. sq
      1888 NJ_CCD Joseph K Mason Wm S Doughty clerk Main near Ellis Haddonfield,
      NJ. sq
      1889 NJ_CCD Joseph K Mason Wm S Doughty clerk Main near Ellis Haddonfield,
      NJ. sq
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Edward R. Doughty 10
   bm 1885 Dec 15 Absalom Doughty et ux Lydia (nee Blackman 09) Doughty at
      Absecom, NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Cecilia O'Grady 10
   bf 1887 Apr 21 at Atlantic City, NJ
   n. Dr. of Margate, NJ
 with Elizabeth Cecilia (nee O'Grady 10) Doughty

son Doughty 10
   bm ____ ___ __ Absalom Doughty et ux Lydia (nee Blackman 09) Doughty

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John Doughty 10
   bm 1834 Aug 25 to Charles Doughty 09 et ux Elizabeth Ann (nee Endicott 09)
      Centerville, Gloucester Co. NJ
   n. information from WD's tree does not agree with 1850 Census of Charles.
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca Doughty 09
   bf 1840 ___ __ Oceanville, NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R___  1746/1760
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 John Doughty               25
 Rebecca                    21
 Bodine                      4
 Henry                       1
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca Endicott 10
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret Bordeau 10
   dm 1902 Oct 12 Oceanville, NJ
 with Rebecca (nee Doughty 09) Doughty 10
   Bodine 11
   b18520818

Sarah Ann Doughty 10
   bf 1839 ___ __ to Charles Doughty 09 et ux Elizabeth Ann (nee Endicott 09)
   mm 1856 May 25 James S. Doughty 10, NJ_ACMR P14. He, the brother of Rebecca
      Doughty, who married Sarah Ann's brother John.  SRCG.
   df see husband James Doughty.

Lucinda Doughty 10
   bf 1847 Oct 29 to Charles Doughty 09 et ux Elizabeth Ann (nee Endicott 09)
      Doughty in Centerville/Oceanville, NJ.
   mm 1868 ___ __ Ezra Doughty 10
   bm 1840 Apr 19 to
   dm 1922 Mar 18 in Oceanville, NJ and interred Oceanville Methodist Cemetery,
      Oceanville, Galloway Twp., NJ
   df 1923 Dec 23 in Oceanville, NJ and interred Oceanville Methodist Cemetery,
      Oceanville, Galloway Twp., NJ
 with Ezra Doughty 10
   Elmer C 11
   b

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James Doughty 10
   bm~1816 ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 09 et Amy (nee Westcott 69)

Samuel H. Doughty 10
   bm 1820 ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 09 et ux Emma P. (nee Hillman 09) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ 10
   bm 1818
   n. 1837 Mar 20 in Galloway Twp., Glou. Co., NJ
   n. 1840 Jul 05 in Batavia Twp., Clermont Co., OH
   df 1890
   dm 1898

Elizabeth Doughty 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 09 et ux Emma P. (nee Hillman 09) Doughty

Harriet C. Doughty 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 09 et ux Emma P. (nee Hillman 09) Doughty
   mm 1841 Apr 29 Edward Barton
   df before will of uncle Nathaniel Doughty.
 with
   child _

Mary Doughty 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 09 et ux Emma P. (nee Hillman 09) Doughty
   n. may be the Mary who m 1847 Apr 20 T. H. Coleman _, Rev. OH_CCMR

Emma C. Doughty 10
   bf~1828 ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 09 et ux Emma P. (nee Hillman 09) Doughty

Abner Doughty 10
   bm~1830 ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 09 et ux Emma P. (nee Hillman 09) Doughty

Edward S. Doughty 10
   bm~1832 ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 09 et ux Emma P. (nee Hillman 09) Doughty
   n. 1859 Mar 02 in Rockport, Spencer Co., IN

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John Holmes Doughty 10
   bm 1816 Nov 01 16:00 Fri to Enoch Doughty 09 et ux Charlotte (nee Clark 09)
      Doughty
   mf 1841 Feb 14 Arabella Somers 10
   bf 1817 Aug 10 to James Somers 09 et ux Aner (nee Blackman 09) Somers
   n. he was a Lay Judge of Atlantic Co., NJ for many years and highly respected
      by all who knew him.
   n. wm 1849 Aug 25 NJ_ACW N145 P103
      In the name of God Amen, I Micajah Conover
      beloved wife Rachel
      son Daniel
      bil Jonas Higbee
      Wit.: William Conover, David Conover, John H. Doughty
   n. wm 1849 Sep 08 NJ_ACW N150 P107.
      In the name of God amen, I William Chamberlain of Great Egg harbour.
      wife Ann
      three sons: Thomas, Joab, Frederick
      three dau: Elizabeth Cordery, Rebecda Williams, Sarah Ann Boice.
      grandchild Mary Read
      grandson David Chamberlain
      Exr.: Joab, Frederick
      Wit.: J^as Pitney, John A. Clements, John H. Doughty.8 NJ_ACW N150 P107.
   n. wm 1850 May 09 NJ_ACW N172 P133.
      In the name of God amen, I John Delancy of Great Egg harbour.
      wife Mariam
      land purchased of Jesse Bowen et ux, heir of Thomas Adams, dec'd, Mary
      Adams dower
      nephews Samuel, John, Aaron Delancy
      Exe.: Mariam Delaney and guardian of Mahlon R. Harker.
      Wit.: Uriah Adams, William W. Eldridge, John H. Doughty.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P32B  L32 481/490
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Egg Harbor Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Jul 31, Peter Frambez, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 John H. Doughty            33MWMerchant                300NJ
 Arabella S. Doughty        32FW                           NJ
 Martha A. Doughty           8FW                           NJ       S
 Josephine Doughty          12FW                           NJ       S
   n. wf 1855 Mar 26 NJ_ACW N220 P172.
      In the name of God, Amen, I, Hannah Sharp, widow of Absecon, Galloway Twp.
      Atlantic Co., State of New Jersey ..
      dau Hannah D. Sharp
      Exe.:  son David Williams
      Wit.: Jonathan Pitney, S. H. Burr, Jno. H. Doughty
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R___ 1597/1612
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 John H. Doughty            43  Merchant
 Arabel S.                  42
 Martha A.                  18
 John F.                     5
 Hannah E. Conover          15
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R   88/88
      NJ, Atlandic Co., Absecon
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 John H. Doughty                 63                 Retail store
 Arabella                        62
 Chas. T. MacMullen              40
 Martha A. MacMullen             38
 Mary Bell MacMullen              9   g-dau
 John D. MacMullen                5   g-son
 Enoch Collen                    10   domestic
   df 1891 Nov 17
   dm 1898 Aug 13
 with Arabella (nee Somers 10) Doughty
   Josephine 11   Martha A 11
   b1838          b1842

Rebecca Wilson Doughty 10
   bf 1818 Nov 08 20:00 Sun to Enoch Doughty 09 et ux Charlotte (nee Clark 09)
      Doughty
   df 1889 Oct 02 unmarried

Abigail Hugg Doughty 10
   bf 1821 Jan 28 04:00 Sun to Enoch Doughty 09 et ux Charlotte (nee Clark 09)
      Doughty
   mm 1841 May 25 David Somers Blackman 10, Judge, of Port Republic NJ_ACMR P7.
   bm ____ ___ __ to Nehemiah Blackman 09 et ux Saran (nee Smith 09) Blackman
   n. Hugg family mentioned VolII, LI Families P232.  Jos Hugg - ferry keeper
      Gloucester Pt.
   n. Colonial Families of the United States of America  V5  The Seaforth Press,
      Baltimore, MD.
   n. DAR descendant Charlotte Amanda (nee Blackman) Pitney #9716 wife of
      Dr. Jonathan Kay Pitney, daughter of David Somers Blackman et ux
      Abigail Hugg (nee Doughty 10) Blackman
   n. Miss Edith Holmes Nourse DAR 9721 bf 1872 Sep 20 in Cairo, WV daughter of
      Rev. James Michael Nourse, D. D., President of New Windsor College at New
      Windsor, MD. mf 1865 May 18 S. Frances Blackman, gdaughter of David Somers
      Blackman et ux Abigail Hugg (nee Doughty 10) Blackman
      Nourse children: Hattie, Alphaeus, Homer, Clarence Doughty, James Frances,
      Mary.
   n. Mrs. Eveline Constantia (nee Blackman _) Glenn  DAR 9723, wife of William
      Glenn a mining engineer of Richmond, VA, but ~1900 of Baltimore, daughter
      of David Somers Blackman et ux Abigail Hugg (nee Doughty 10) Blackman
      Glenn children: Eve Constantia, William Edwards, Charlotte Sewell, Robert
      Sterling
   n. Edwin H. dm 1873 Apr 30 at 27
   df 1852 Mar 18
   dm 1884 Oct 13 at 69Y.
 with David Somers Blackman 10
   Charlotte A 11 Sarah F 11     Edwin H 11     Evaline C 11   Winfield S 11
   b              b18440203      b              b              b

Martha Ann Doughty 10
   bf 1823 Jul 22 02:00 Tue to Enoch Doughty 09 et ux Charlotte (nee Clark 09)
      Doughty
   df 1829 Mar 09 16:00 Mon at 6y.

Leah Risley Doughty 10
   bf 1826 Jun 07 20:00 Wed to Enoch Doughty 09 et ux Charlotte (nee Clark 09)
      Doughty
   df 1829 Mar 06 19:00 Fri at 3y.

Hannah Holmes Doughty 10
   bf 1829 Mar 11 03:00 Wed to Enoch Doughty 09 et ux Charlotte (nee Clark 09)
      Doughty
   wf 1891 Jun 23 NJ, Atlantic Co. Wills  P597 #1848.   20091206 RWC75.
      Will of Hannah H. Doughty.   In the name of God Amen
      I, Han...
      1900 Jul 26 PA_PCW 1900 N2078 B_221 P581 Ancillary
         I, Hannah H. Doughty, widow, of the Town of Absecon, in the County of
      Atlantic and State of New Jersey being now of sound and disposing mind and
      memory do make publish and declare this my last Will and Testament.
         I do hereby revoke all prior wills by me at anytime heretofore made.
         All of my estate real personal and mixed I do give devise and bequeath
      unto my beloved nephew Richard D. Tawell, to him his heirs and assigns.
         I do hereby appoint my friend John D. McMullin as executor of this my
      last Will and Testament.
         It is my desire that no inventory shall be made of the household goods
      in my home but that they be handed over at once to my nephew Richard D.
      Tawell.
         In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty
      sixth day of July in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred
      (1900).    Signed Hannah T. Doughty {seal}
         The above having been read by the said Hannah T. Doughty it was signed
      published and declared by her the said Hannah T. Doughty as her last will
      in the presence of us who were present at the said time and we then and
      there subscribed our names as witnesses at the request and in the presence
      of said testatrix and in the presence of each other.
                                      Wm. G. Gardiner, J. Virginia Fulmer
      Sworn and Subscribed at Mays Landing, County and State aforesaid November
      tenth AD 1900, before me, J. S. Risley, Surrogate and clerk of the Orphans
      Court, City and County of Philadelphia S.S. Register's Office 1900 Dec 05
   df 1900 Oct 26 22:00 sworn by executor John D. McMullin, office 405 Betz Bld.
      Absecom, NJ.  Charles T. McMullin, 4805 Chester Ave.; Clifton Maloney,
      620 North 15th St are held and firmly bound unto the Commonwealth of
      Pennsylvania in the sum of Two Thousand Dollars the 5 day of December A.D.
      1900.
      1900 Nov 10 will proved.  Inv B_34 P430, Act. B_184 P522
   df 1896 Nov 02 unmarried - this date apparently wrong.

Enoch Alpheus Doughty 10
   bm 1831 Dec 02 01:00 Fri to Enoch Doughty 09 et ux Charlotte (nee Clark 09)
      Doughty
   df 1896 Jul 22 unmarried.

Sarah Nathaniel Doughty 10
   bf 1835 Feb 04 05:00 Wed to Enoch Doughty 09 et ux Charlotte (nee Clark 09)
      Doughty
   df 1919 May 04 unmarried.

Jane Caroline Doughty 10
   bf 1837 Oct 20 Fri to Enoch Doughty 09 et ux Charlotte (nee Clark 09) Doughty

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_ Doughty 10
   bm 18__ ___ __ to Abner Doughty 09 et ux Judith (nee Somers 09) Doughty
   n. Is this Benjamin who married Martha?

Samuel Doughty 10
   bm 1819 ___ __ to Abner Doughty 09 et ux Judith (nee Somers 09) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Alice Ann _ 10
   bf 1825
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R___ P031
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.   ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Samuel Doughty __________/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Samuel)________________ 20-29MW
 (Alice Ann)_____________ 15-19FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P41A L17 599/600
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 05, Peter Frambez, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Samuel Doughty             29MWOysterman                  NJ        X
 Alice Ann                  25FW                           NJ        X
 Judith                      8FW                           NJ       S
 Nathaniel                   4MW                           NJ
 Somers                      2MW                           NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R   1747/1761
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Samuel Doughty             41
 Alice A.                   36
 Nathaniel                  16
 James S.                   14
 Mark                       11
 Alicia                      7
 Phillip                     5
 Sylvia                     7m
 with Alice A. (nee _ 10) Doughty
   Judith 11      Nathaniel 11   James S 11     Mark 11        Alicia 11
   b1842          b1844          b1846          b1849          b1853
   Phillip 11     Sylvia 11
   b1855          b1859

Abner Doughty 10
   bm 1821 ___ __ to Abner Doughty 09 et ux Judith (nee Somers 09) Doughty
   mf 1846 May 07 Sophia Sooy 09, NJ_ACMR P14.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P41A 600/611
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 05, Peter Frambez, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Abner Doughty              29MWOysterman               200NJ        X
 Sophia                     22FW                           NJ        X
 Aaron                       3MW                           NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R  1764/1780
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Abner Doughty              40
 Sophia                     33
 Aaron                      13
 Charles                     8
 Thomas                      6
 with Sophia (nee Sooy 09) Doughty
   Aaron 11       Charles 11     Thomas 11
   b1847          b1852          b1854

_ Doughty 10
   bm 18__ ___ __ to Abner Doughty 09 et ux Judith (nee Somers 09) Doughty

James Doughty 10
   bm 1829 ___ __ to Abner Doughty 09 et ux Judith (nee Somers 09) Doughty
   n. James is with his father in 1850 Census.
   mf 1856 May 26 Sarah Ann Doughty 10 by Daniel Ingersoll. NJ_ACMR
   bf 1840
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R___  1745/1759
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 James Doughty              28  bayman
 Sarah                      20
 Arabana                     2
   n. 1864 Jul 27 Civil War exemption records from NY Nat'l Archives. South Jer.
      James S. Doughty, NJ, 38, Laborer, NJ, Galloway, greym, blk, ?, 5'6", 448,
      paid commutation.  20090215 TM.
   n. 2001 Jul 25 From SRCGriswold: In Moss Mill Road Cemetery, which is in
      Smithville, Galloway Twp., Atlantic Co., NJ, has a group of 3 gravestones
      in a row - one of Elmer Doughty, son of Charles, who died young, one for
      Sarah Ann Doughty, wife of James Doughty, and one for Arbana Doughty, who
      died young, daughter of James and Sarah Ann.  One can conclude that they
      are from the same family, young Elmer and Sarah Ann being siblings,
      children of Charles Doughty. The dates of birth on the tombstones
      coincide with the census records for 1850 of Charles' family. I remember
      seeing you saying Charles was buried in Moss Mill Cemetery - but there is
      no stone for him there. But it does make sense as his family is there.
      There are a couple of gravestoneless plots next to the other 3.
 with Sarah
   Arabana 11
   b1858

Edward Doughty 10
   bm 1832 ___ __ to Abner Doughty 09 et ux Judith (nee Somers 09) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Lydia _ 10
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R 1768/1783
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twsp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Edward                     28
 Lydia                      25
 Esther A.                   5
 Allen L.                    2
 with Lydia (nee _ 09) Doughty
   Esther A 11    Allen L 11
   b1855          b1858

Thomas Doughty 10
   bm 1834 ___ __ to Abner Doughty 09 et ux Judith (nee Somers 09) Doughty

Christine Doughty 10
   bf 1834 ___ __ to Abner Doughty 09 et ux Judith (nee Somers 09) Doughty
   mm 1853 Jan 29 James _ 10, NJ_ACMR P13.  I've no idea if this association is
      correct.

Henry W. Doughty 10
   bm 1836 ___ __ to Abner Doughty 09 et ux Judith (nee Somers 09) Doughty

Rebecca Doughty 10
   bf 1840 ___ __ to Abner Doughty 09 et ux Judith (nee Somers 09) Doughty
   n. information from WD 's tree.
   mm ____ ___ __ John Doughty 10

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Jemima Doughty 10
   bf 1847 ___ __ to Jonathan Doughty 09 et ux Sarah (nee Scull 09) Doughty

Arabella Doughty 10
   bf 1849 ___ __ to Jonathan Doughty 09 et ux Sarah (nee Scull 09) Doughty

Harriet Doughty 10
   bf 1849 ___ __ to Jonathan Doughty 09 et ux Sarah (nee Scull 09) Doughty

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Sarah Doughty 11
   bf 1829 ___ __ to Joseph E. Doughty 10 et ux Hannah (nee _ 10) Doughty
   n. never married - 1935 Charles Doughty probate papers.

Debra Doughty 11
   bf 1830 ___ __ to Joseph E. Doughty 10 et ux Hannah (nee _ 10) Doughty
   df 1880 ___ __ Memphis, MO.

Jemima Doughty 11
   bf 1832 ___ __ to Joseph E. Doughty 10 et ux Hannah (nee _ 10) Doughty
   n. never married - 1935 Charles Doughty probate papers.
   df 1865 ___ __

Charlotte Doughty 11
   bf 1833 ___ __ to Joseph E. Doughty 10 et ux Hannah (nee _ 10) Doughty
   n. never married - 1935 Charles Doughty probate papers.
   n. had a daughter (ill.) who died at 8y.

Zachariah Doughty 11
   bm 1834 ___ __ to Joseph E. Doughty 10 et ux Hannah (nee _ 10) Doughty
   dm 1877 ___ __ Scottsburg, IN.

Jonas Morse Doughty 11
   bm 1836 Nov 07 to Joseph E. Doughty 10 et ux Hannah (nee _ 10) Doughty in
      Little Egg Harbor, Ocean Co., NJ.
   n. note Jonas Morse land deed this file.
   dm 1890 Mar 20 at Alpha, Scott Co., IN.

Ezra Doughty 11
   bm 1838 ___ __ to Joseph E. Doughty 10 et ux Hannah (nee _ 10) Doughty

Charles Doughty 11
   bm 1851 ___ __ to Joseph E. Doughty 10 et ux Maletta (nee Shepherd 10)
      Doughty
   dm 1935 Oct 27 at Fort Scott, Bourbon Co., KS.
      Probate records of date. Map denoting property in probate records.

Francis M. Doughty 11
   bm 1854 ___ __ to Joseph E. Doughty 10 et ux Maletta (nee Shepherd 10)
      Doughty
   dm 1939 ___ __ in Remington, IN.

_ Doughty 11
   b. ____ ___ __ to Joseph E. Doughty 10 et ux Maletta (nee Shepherd 10)
      Doughty
   d. young

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Charles Abel Doughty 11
   bm 1839 ___ __ to Abel Doughty 10 et ux Harriet C. (nee Blanchard 10) Doughty
      Cohocton, Steuben Co., NY
   mf ____ ___ __ Harriet S. Price 11

William Linnius Doughty 11
   bm 1843 May 03 to Abel Doughty 10 et ux Harriet C. (nee Blanchard 10) Doughty
      Cohocton, Steuben Co., NY
   mf 1871 ___ __ Jennie Chivington 11
   bf 1852 Jul 26
   n. Teacher, Station Agent, Farmer.
   n. went to Alamosa, CO. presumably to homestead.
   dm 1914 Apr 23 Troy, KS
   df 1924 Mar 01
 with Jennie (nee Chivington 11) Doughty
   Minnie 12      Bertie 12      Annie 12       Edward E 12    Bessie 12
   b1872          b              b              b1877          b
   Franklin L 12  Nellie 12      Charles H 12   Carrie 12
   b18820701      b              b1889          b1889

Mary Doughty 11
   bf 1844 ___ __ to Abel Doughty 10 et ux Harriet C. (nee Blanchard 10) Doughty
      Cohocton, Steuben Co., NY
   mm ____ ___ __ Thadeus A. Slaughter 11

Joseph Franklin Doughty 11
   bm 1847 Oct 02 to Abel Doughty 10 et ux Harriet C. (nee Blanchard 10) Doughty
      Cohocton, Steuben Co., NY
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Louisa Wade 11
   bf 1847 Jun 22 in Wheeling, Ohio Co., VA
 with Mary Louisa (nee Wade 11) Doughty
   Mary Elinore 12Vincent E 12   Anna H 12
   b18781123      b18831209      b18891220

Henry Eugene Doughty 11
   bm 1849 ___ __ to Abel Doughty 10 et ux Harriet C. (nee Blanchard 10) Doughty
      Cohocton, Steuben Co., NY
   mf ____ ___ __ Eleanor Jane Colvin 11

George LeGrande Doughty 11
   bm 1851 ___ __ to Abel Doughty 10 et ux Harriet C. (nee Blanchard 10) Doughty
      Cohocton, Steuben Co., NY
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Frank E. Doughty 11
   bm 1847 ___ __ to Joshua Garwood Doughty 10 et ux Elizabeth "Eliza" (nee
      Wait 10) Doughty

William R. Doughty 11
   bm 1849 ___ __ to Joshua Garwood Doughty 10 et ux Elizabeth "Eliza" (nee
      Wait 10) Doughty

Perella Doughty 11
   b. 1851 ___ __ to Joshua Garwood Doughty 10 et ux Elizabeth "Eliza" (nee
      Wait 10) Doughty

Ida E. Doughty 11
   bf 1855 ___ __ to Joshua Garwood Doughty 10 et ux Elizabeth "Eliza" (nee
      Wait 10) Doughty
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Robert W. Doughty 11
   bm 1837 ___ __ to Leeds Doughty 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Dailey _) McClure 10
      Doughty
   dm 1849

Albert A. Doughty 11
   bm 1839 ___ __ to Leeds Doughty 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Dailey _) McClure 10
      Doughty
   dm 1839

Theodore A. Doughty 11
   bm 1840 ___ __ to Leeds Doughty 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Dailey _) McClure 10
      Doughty
   dm 1861

David D. Doughty 11
   bm 1841 ___ __ to Leeds Doughty 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Dailey _) McClure 10
      Doughty
   dm 1889

Sarah A. Doughty 11
   bf 1843 ___ __ to Leeds Doughty 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Dailey _) McClure 10
      Doughty
   df 1844

Sarah Jane Doughty 11
   bf 1845 ___ __ to Leeds Doughty 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Dailey _) McClure 10
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Slater Moore 11
   mm ____ ___ __ Joseph Jenkins 11
   mm ____ ___ __ David R. Leister 11
   df 1934
   n. Curtis David Leister 12
   n. Edward Freeman Leister 12 dm 1961 mf 1900 Esma L. Chitwo.. and had Evelyn
      Clark Leister bf 1917 mm 1924 Robt. H. Wesley and had Lavina D. Wesley
      bf 1935 mm ? mm 1970 J. T. Leese
   n. Leroy Bismark Leister 12
   n. Arthur Herbert Leister 12 had Alpha Alverta Leister bf 1906 mm 1928 Wm. B.
      Carelock and had 6 children.
 with David R. Leister 11
   Curtis D 12    Edward F 12    Stattie May 12 Leroy B 12     Arthur H 12
   b              b1878          b              b              b

Elizabeth A. Doughty 11
   bf 1847 ___ __ to Leeds Doughty 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Dailey _) McClure 10
      Doughty
   mm 1866 Mar 19 John L. Neeley 11 in Gibson Co., IN.  JR (has MR).
   bm 1844
   dm 1866 Jul __ .  JR.
   mm 1868 Jul 24 David R. Leister 11, her B-I-L.  JR (has MR).
   v. 1882 Mar 01 Elizabeth divorced David. JR.
   mm 1882 Jul 31 Moses Wood 11. JR (has MR).
   df 1915
 with John L. Neeley 11, one child subsequent to father's death. JR.
   Carrie L 12
   b186612
 with David R. Leister 11, some children.  JR.
   Estella F 12
   b


Mary Belle Doughty 11
   bf 1850 ___ __ to Leeds Doughty 10 et ux Elizabeth Dailey McClure 10 Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Hammonds 11
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Woods 11
   df 1895
   n. daughter Blanche Hammonds 12 ?
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Thomas Doughty 11
   bm 1837 ___ __ to Abel Doughty 10 et ux Sarah (nee Price 10) Doughty

Harriet Doughty 11
   bf 1839 ___ __ to Abel Doughty 10 et ux Sarah (nee Price 10) Doughty
   mm 1857 ___ __ Johnson Crawford 11 ?

George Gilbert Doughty 11
   bm 1842 Oct 01 to Abel Doughty 10 et ux Jane Ann (nee Dailey 10) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Johanna Rose 11 Driscoll 11
   n. Paul & Margaret Doughty's line and their information received 2003/10/16.
   n. GenForum #618 has additional information.
   n. mf 1865 ___ __ Sophrona J. Herron 11 ?
      mf 1866 ___ __ Millie E. Allen 11 ?
      mf 1876 ___ __ Sarah Palmeter 11 ?
   dm 1889
 with Johanna (nee Rose 11) Driscoll 11
   George F 12
   b18851211

Joseph Dailey Doughty 11
   bm 1844 ___ __ to Abel Doughty 10 et ux Jane Ann (nee Dailey 10) Doughty
   dm 1844

William Christie Doughty 11
   bm 1846 Aug 28 to Abel Doughty 10 et ux Jane Ann (nee Dailey 10) Doughty in
      Leon, Kansas
   n. 2003/10/16 data from P&MD.
   mf 1867 Oct 02 Emma Jane Marthis 11
   bf 1846 Dec 11 to Andrew Marthis 10 et ux Katherine (nee Sutton 10) Doughty,
      bf 1822 Jul 06
   dm 1897 Jan 18 at Leon, Kansas.
   df 1923 Jan 03
 with Emma Jane (nee Marthis 11) Doughty
   Abel G 12
   b18680824

Martha Mary Doughty 11
   bf 1853 ___ __ to Abel Doughty 10 et ux Jane Ann (nee Dailey 10) Doughty
   df 1854
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David Doughty 11
   bm 1834 ___ __ to Collins Doughty 10 et ux Nancy (nee Thomas 10) Doughty
   mf 1859 ___ __ Elmira Butler Myrick 11
   bf 1835
   df 1910
   dm 1924
 with Elmira Butler (nee Myrick 11) Doughty
   William C 12
   b1860

Thomas P. Doughty 11
   bm 1838 ___ __ to Collins Doughty 10 et ux Nancy (nee Thomas 10) Doughty
   mf
   v.
 with
   Wesley 12
   b1867

William B. Doughty 11
   bm 1845 ___ __ to Collins Doughty 10 et ux Nancy (nee Thomas 10) Doughty
   n. may have had son Robert H.  see 1880 Census Clermont Co.,  Nancy Doughty
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Mary A. Doughty 11
   bf 1849 ___ __ to William Doughty 10 et ux Lucretia (nee Ashton 10) Doughty

Albert Doughty 11
   bm 1854 Jan 03 to William Doughty 10 et ux Lucretia (nee Ashton 10) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Fountanelle Nugen 11
   bf 1865 Aug 20 at New London, IA.
   df Chappell, NE.
 with Fountanelle (nee Nugen 11) Doughty
   Florence M 12  Vivian E 12    Walter G 12    Hazel L 12     Helen L 12
   b188809        b18891102      b18910118      b18941016      b18941016

James Wilbur Doughty 11
   bm 1859 Mar 06 to William Doughty 10 et ux Lucretia (nee Ashton 10) Doughty
      at Bryant, IL.
   mf 1895 Dec 31 Ida Anna Augusta Zotzman 11
   bf 1872 Dec 14 to Heinrich Zotzman 10 et ux Josepha (nee Wurot 10) Zotzman in
      Kimball, SD.
   dm 1944 Mar 26 at 85Y in Wessington Springs, SD and interred there.
   df 1957 Dec 16 at 85Y.
 with Ida Anna Augusta (nee Zotzman 11) Doughty
   Eva Martha 12  Elizabeth E 12 Harriet J 12   Alice H 12     Elsie B 12
   b18960814      b18971122      b18990911      b19010719      b19030718
   Mary Esther 12
   b19081218

Sarah Doughty 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Doughty 10 et ux Lucretia (nee Ashton 10) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Bryant 11
 with _ Bryant 11
   Ida 12         Lillian 12
   b              b


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Mary A. Doughty 11
   bf 1845 ___ __ to Jediah Doughty 10 et ux Nancy (nee Johnson 10) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ George B. Haney 11

Martha J. Doughty 11
   bf 1848 ___ __ to Jediah Doughty 10 et ux Nancy (nee Johnson 10) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Samuel Sizer 11
   bm~1835
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Mary M. Doughty 11
   bf 1834 Sep 01 to Felix Doughty 10 et ux Nancy Jane (nee Edwards 10) Doughty
      in IL.
   df 1853 Aug 28 in IL at 18Y.

Rachel A. Doughty 11
   bf 1836 Jul 15 to Felix Doughty 10 et ux Nancy Jane (nee Edwards 10) Doughty
      in IL.
   df 1858 Sep 21 in IL possibly the victim of a current and contagious disease.

Samuel Allison Doughty 11
   bm 18381014 to Felix Doughty 10 et ux Nancy Jane (nee Edwards 10) Doughty
      in IL.
   mf 1871 Jan 14 Mary Elizabeth Gray 11
   bf 1855 Dec 05 at Macoupin, IL.
   v. and she remarried a boy 19 years old when she was 59.
   dm 1931 Apr 07 in Ft. Lupton, CO.
   df 1938 Feb 21 at Ft. Scott, KS of pneumonia.
 with Mary Elizabeth (nee Gray 11) Doughty
   Sarah Jane 12  Mary A 12      Emma S 12      Felix S 12     Anna May 12
   b18720228      b18740227      b18780509      b1880          b1883
   William J 12   Alice Iva 12   Maggie Lee 12  Rachel L 12    Ella B 12
   b              b1892          b1894          b1896          b1899

Sarah E. Doughty 11
   bf 1838 Oct 14 to Felix Doughty 10 et ux Nancy Jane (nee Edwards 10) Doughty
      in IL.
   mm 1858 Feb 10 William H. Nix 11
   df 1896 Jan 05

Martha J. Doughty 11
   bf 1841 Aug 09 to Felix Doughty 10 et ux Nancy Jane (nee Edwards 10) Doughty
      in IL.
   df 1858 Oct 14

William Griffin Doughty 11
   bm 1846 Feb 16 to Felix Doughty 10 et ux Nancy Jane (nee Edwards 10) Doughty
      in IL.
   dm 1865 Nov 22

Louisa H. Doughty 11
   bf 1848 Feb 29 to Felix Doughty 10 et ux Nancy Jane (nee Edwards 10) Doughty
   dm 1849 May 10

Sue Emilie Doughty 11
   bf 1850 Jun 06 to Felix Doughty 10 et ux Nancy Jane (nee Edwards 10) Doughty
      in IL.
   mm 1878 Dec 01 James W. Owen 11
   df 1903 Nov 21 in New Mexico
   n. William D. Owen 12 mf Addy Graves 12 and had Grace 13, Blanche 13.
      William 13 had two more: Delbert 13, Jack 13.
   n. Mina Dub Owem 12 mm Cope and had Vincent Cope 13
   n. Queena Ida Owen 12 mm Homer West 12 and had Genevieve Thelma West 13 who
      mm Snyder 13; Charles 13
 with James W. Owen 11
   William D 12   Shirley 12     Mina Dub 12    Queena Ida 12
   b              b              b              b1890

Henry H. Doughty 11
   bm 1853 Jul 24 to Felix Doughty 10 et ux Nancy Jane (nee Edwards 10) Doughty
      in IL.
   dm 1885 Sep 25

Daniel A. Doughty 11
   bm 1855 Jul 13 to Felix Doughty 10 et ux Nancy Jane (nee Edwards 10) Doughty
      in IL.
   mf 1879 Nov 30 Ella Virginia Smith 11 in Jersey Co., IL.  Illinois Statewide
      Marriage Index and Jersey Co., IL  marriage book.  TJG.
   bf
 with Ella Virginia (nee Smith 11) Doughty
   Felix M 12     George G 12    Henry F 12     Ella J 12      Ethel I 12
   b18801201      b1884          b18851022      b18880414      b1890
   Victor J 12    Gilbert D 12
   b18920912      b18950806
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Henry P. Doughty 11
   bm 1852 Nov 28 to Henry T. Doughty 10 et ux Caroline in Texas.
   mf 1873 Dec 29 Matilda J. Pagitt 11
   bf 1856 Aug __ to B. M. Pagitt 10 et ux Louisa Thelma?
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R___ P_ L /
      TX, Anderson Co.
      PO: Kickapoo, Beat 7, 1860 Aug 31, , Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Louisa Pagitt              35FWFarmer                  200TN
 Jasper                     13MW
 Alonzo                     10MW
 Matilda                     6FW
 Robert                      4MW
 Mary                        1FW
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R_ P211 L /
      TX, Anderson Co.
      PO: Palestine
 Name                      AgeSCOcc         RE    PP    BP      FMB  M  SIRem
 Joseph Pagitt              21MWFarmer         200   300
 Matilda                    14FW
 Alonzo P                   15MWFarm labor
 Robert                     10MWAt home
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R_ V E P L 197b
      TX, Henderson Co., Athens
      PO: , 1880  , , Ass't Marshal

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 N. P. Doughty                WM 27                 Farmer                                            TX          IL          SC
 Matilda Doughty              WF 23   W             Kp house                                          TX          IN          TX
 J. Edna Doughty              WF  5   D             At home                                           TX          TX          TX
 Earl Doughty                 WM  3   S             At home                                           TX          TX          TX
 Charley Doughty              WM  1   S             At home                                           TX          TX          TX

   n. 1890 Henry is listed on the Henderson Co., Tax Rolls owning 30 acres of
      land valued at $60.
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R_ SD_ V57 ED53 S2 L38 /
      TX, Henderson Co., Precinct One
      Enumerated: 1900 ,

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 H. P. Doughty                 Nov1852 46        TX
 M. J.                 W       Aug1856 43        TX
 Authur                S       Feb1883 17        TX
 Effie                 D       Jan1888 13        TX
 Jessie                S       Mar1890 10        TX
 Aubry                 S       Jan1892  8        TX

   df 1925 Jan 28 at 69Y.
   dm 1930 Feb 09 at 78Y at Pioneer (unknown cemetery).
 with Matilda J. (nee Pagitt 11) Doughty
   Julie E 12     Earl E 12      Charlie C 12   Arthur B 12    Effie 12
   b1874          b1876          b1879          b1883          b188801
   Jessie 12      Aubrey 12
   b189003        b189201


Felix Fernando Doughty 11
   bm~1855 ___ __ to Henry T. Doughty 10 et ux Caroline in Texas.


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John Doughty 11
   bm~1838 ___ __ to Robert E. Doughty 10 et ux Lydia (nee Adams 10) Doughty
      in Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN.
   dm young

Richard Edward Doughty 11
   bm 1840 Jan 12 to Robert E. Doughty 10 et ux Lydia (nee Adams 10) Doughty
      in Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN.
   mf 1860 Sep 23 Mary Catherine Hiler 11 in North LaCrosse, LaCrosse Co., WI
   bf 1845 Sep 23 to George Hiler 10 et ux Elizabeth (nee Fortune 10) Hiler in
      Beetown, Vermillion Co., IN.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R___  V    E    P     L  _/_
      MN, Lincoln Co., The unorganized Town of 110-44
      PO: _, 1880 Jun 03 & 04, Isaac _, Ass't Marshal

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Richard Doughty              WM 40                 Farmer                      x                     IN          OH          IN
 Catharine                    WF 34   Wife          Keeping House                                     IN          NJ          IN
 Ida M                        WF 13   Daughter      At Home                                           MN          IN          IN
 Clara A                      WF 11   Daughter      At Home                                           MI          IN          IN
 Richard E                    WM  7   Son           At Home                                           MI          IN          IN
 Kate W                       WF  5   Daughter      At Home                                           MI          IN          IN
 John R                       WM  3   Son           At Home                                           MI          IN          IN
 Frank                        WM10mJulSon                                                             MI          IN          IN
 Lydia                        WF 58   Mother                                                          IN          VA          VA

   dm 1925 Jan 02 in Self, Boone Co., AR
   df 1925 Dec 28 in Dresbach, Wionoa, MN interred in Self, Boone, AR.
 with Mary Catherine (nee Hiler 11) Doughty
   George H 12    Edith Mae 12   Ida Belle 12   Clara Ann 12   Richard E 12
   b18620810      b18631130      b18660812      b18680810      b18700512
   Jessie 12      Willie 12      Catherine W 12 John R 12      Frank H 12
   b18720213      b18731003      b18750302      b18770420      b18790620
   Jennie M 12    Frederick E 12 Edna B 12
   b18820401      b18840326      b18861015

Maria Doughty 11
   bf 1842 Jun __ to Robert E. Doughty 10 et ux Lydia (nee Adams 10) Doughty
      in Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN.
   mm 1861 May 29 James Wilson Young 11 in Dresbach, Wiona Co., MN.
   bm 1837 ___ __
   df 1881 Sep 07 at 39Y in Dresbach, Wiona Co., MN, interred Bluff Cemetery,
      Dakota, MN.
   n. "Some Ancestors and Some Descendants of Robert Young and Daisie Frances
       Denton." by Maria-Rosa Young Widdifield, Ggranddaughter.
 with James Wilson Young 11

Martha Jane Doughty 11
   bf 1844 ___ __ to Robert E. Doughty 10 et ux Lydia (nee Adams 10) Doughty
      near Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN.
   mm~1859 ___ __ Elisha Earl 11 in Dresbach, Wiona Co., MN.
   df 1907 Mar 26 in Milbank, Grant Co., So. Dakota.

Robert Milton Doughty 11
   bm 1847 Jan 17 to Robert E. Doughty 10 et ux Lydia (nee Adams 10) Doughty
      near Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL.
   mf 1872 Dec 10 Chloe Annette Franklin 11 in Rochester, Wiona, MN.
   bf 1857 Jul 04 to Kelly S. Franklin 10 et ux Chloe Ann (nee Marson 10)
      Franklin at Ocola Twp., Livingston Co., MI.
   dm 1912 May 28 at Holland, Pipestone Co., MN.
   mm ____ ___ __ John Eckert 11
   df 1950 Mar 26 at Soldier's Home, Marshalltown, IA.
 with Chloe Annette (nee Franklin 11) Doughty
   Charles A 12   Gertrude L 12  Lydia A 12     Robert E 12    Nettie I 12
   b18730316      b18750813      b18771014      b18801205      b18831223
   May 12
   b18860624

Anna Doughty 11
   bf~1849 ___ __ to Robert E. Doughty 10 et ux Lydia (nee Adams 10) Doughty
      in Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL.
   mm ____ ___ __ Hiram Inman 11

Elizabeth Doughty 11
   bf~1851 ___ __ to Robert E. Doughty 10 et ux Lydia (nee Adams 10) Doughty
      in Springfield, Sangamon Co., IL.
   df unmarried

_ Doughty 11
   b. ____ ___ __ to Robert E. Doughty 10 et ux Lydia (nee Adams 10) Doughty
      in Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN.
   d. young

_ Doughty 11
   b. ____ ___ __ to Robert E. Doughty 10 et ux Lydia (nee Adams 10) Doughty
      in Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN.
   d. young
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Cynthia Doughty 11
   bf 1842 ___ __ to Jonah Doughty 10 et ux Keziah (nee Clark 10) Doughty

John Doughty 11
   bf 1844 ___ __ to Jonah Doughty 10 et ux Keziah (nee Clark 10) Doughty

Keti Doughty 11
   bf 1846 ___ __ to Jonah Doughty 10 et ux Keziah (nee Clark 10) Doughty

Phebe Doughty 11
   bf 1853 ___ __ to Jonah Doughty 10 et ux Keziah (nee Clark 10) Doughty

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Sarah A. Doughty 11
   bf 1849 ___ __ to Levi Doughty 10 et ux Hannah (nee Mart 10) Doughty

Anna Doughty 11
   bf 1851 ___ __ to Levi Doughty 10 et ux Hannah (nee Mart 10) Doughty

Bennie Doughty 11
   bf 1853 ___ __ to Levi Doughty 10 et ux Hannah (nee Mart 10) Doughty
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Mary E. Doughty 11
   bf~1846 ___ __ to Joseph Doughty 10 et ux Lucy A.

Elizabeth Doughty 11
   bf~1852 ___ __ to Joseph Doughty 10 et ux Lucy A.

Catherine F. Doughty 11
   bf~1856 ___ __ to Joseph Doughty 10 et ux Lucy A.
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Enoch W. Doughty 11
   bm 1850 ___ __ to Enos S. Doughty 10 et ux Eve (nee Doughman 10) Doughty
   mf 1873 ___ __ Clara E. Meriss 11 and had 4 children Kansas & OK.
   bf 1858
   dm 1945
   df 1846

Charles A. Doughty 11
   bm 1852 ___ __ to Enos S. Doughty 10 et ux Eve (nee Doughman 10) Doughty
   mf 1883 Isabelle J. Mitchell 11 and had 3 children, Marion Co., OH.
   bf 1861
   dm 1933
   df 1947

Rachel S. Doughty 11
   bf 1854 ___ __ to Enos S. Doughty 10 et ux Eve (nee Doughman 10) Doughty
   mm 1873 ___ __ George W. Clutter 11 and had 3 children, Marion Co., OH.
   bm 1845
   df 1896
   dm 1936

Mary E. Doughty 11
   bf 1856 ___ __ to Enos S. Doughty 10 et ux Eve (nee Doughman 10) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ James B. Foster 11 and had 2 children? in Marion Co., OH.
   df 1883

Jemima A. Doughty 11
   bf 1858 ___ __ to Enos S. Doughty 10 et ux Eve (nee Doughman 10) Doughty
   df 1880 ___ __ unmarried

Hannah E. Doughty 11
   bf 1860 ___ __ to Enos S. Doughty 10 et ux Eve (nee Doughman 10) Doughty
   df 1891 ___ __ unmarried

Dora B. Doughty 11
   bf 1864 ___ __ to Enos S. Doughty 10 et ux Eve (nee Doughman 10) Doughty
   mm 1881 ___ __ Alfred E. Clutter 11 and had 8 sons.
   bm 1857
   n. Paul Leon Clutter 12 dm 1981 mf 1918 Mary Edna Fous 12 bf 1899 and had
      Kensel E. Clutter 13 bm 1919 mf 1949 Opal R. Schmidt 13
   dm 19__
   df 1957
 with Alfred E. Clutter 11
   Paul Leon 12
   b1900

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Carrie B. Doughty 11
   bf 1860 ___ __ to John S. Doughty 10 et ux Emma Jane (nee Burroughs 10)
      Doughty

Ida M. Doughty 11
   bf 1862 ___ __ to John S. Doughty 10 et ux Emma Jane (nee Burroughs 10)
      Doughty

Wilmowh Doughty 11
   bf 1868 ___ __ to John S. Doughty 10 et ux Emma Jane (nee Burroughs 10)
      Doughty
   n. can't make out Kensel's writing here.

Edward Burroughs Doughty 11
   bm 1871 ___ __ to John S. Doughty 10 et ux Emma Jane (nee Burroughs 10)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Sophia Betts 11
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Benjamin E. Doughty 11
   bm 1869 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 10 et ux Frances

Lillian Doughty 11
   bf 1870 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 10 et ux Frances

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Martie H. Doughty 11
   bf 1874 ___ __ to John Somers Doughty 10 with Emma Lippincott (nee Smith
      10) Doughty in NJ
   mm ____ ___ __ William Garrett Moore 11


Mary L. Doughty
   bf 1888 Aug 07 to Absalom Henry Doughty et ux Emma V. Doughty
   df 1888 Aug 20 at 13d in Haddonfield, NJ  WJP18880822



William R. Doughty 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Horace Emerson Doughty 10
   n. of Barnegat Light, NJ

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Bodine Doughty 11
   bm 1852 Aug 18 to John Doughty 10 et ux Rebecca (nee Doughty 09) Doughty
      Oceanville, Gloucester Co., NJ
   mf 1874 Dec 15 Laura Munda Blackman 11
   bf 1856 Feb 22 to David Blackman 10 et ux Sarah (nee Kendall 10) Blackman
      Centerville, Gloucester Co., NJ
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R   V9 SD6 ED63 S5 L6 1274/1274
      NJ, Camden Co., Camden City,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Bodine Doughty                May1856           NJ
 Laura M                       Feb1856           NJ
 Arther                        Feb1877           NJ
 Charles A.                    Aug1881           NJ
 Larner                        Jan1884           NJ
 Norman                        Dec1886           NJ
 Alden                         May1888           NJ
 Dorothy                       Sep1897           NJ

   n. in Greenwich at Presbyt. Ch. had fishing business
   dm 1924 Nov 15 Bridgeton, Cumberland Co., NJ interred at 71y 1924 Nov 20 Sect 3, Lot 1;
      Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Greenwich, NJ.
   df 1928 Aug 03 Greenwich, Cumberland Co., NJ
 with Laura Munda (nee Blackman 11) Doughty
   Pauline 12     Arthur 12      Charles A 12   Norman 12      Larner 12
   b              b187702        b188108        b188612        b18840125
   Alden 12       Dorothy 12
   b188805        b189709
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Josephine Doughty 11
   bf 1838 ___ __ to John H. Doughty 10 et ux Arabella (nee Somers 10) Doughty
   mm 1855 Jan 03 M. A. D. D. Robinson 11 of Mauricetown  West Jerseyman
      18550207 Camden, NJ

Martha A. Doughty 11
   bf 1838 ___ __ to John H. Doughty 10 et ux Arabella (nee Somers 10) Doughty
      in Absecon, NJ
   mm 1869 Oct 19 Charles T. McMullin 11, Rev. in Absecon, NJ by Rev. Casper R.
      Gregory, NJ_ACMR P29   WJP18691027 CD18691023
   n. DAR #25784
   n. with Martha's parents in 1880 Census.
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Judith Doughty 11
   bf 1842 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 10 et ux Alice A. (nee _ 10) Doughty

Nathaniel Doughty 11
   bm 1844 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 10 et ux Alice A. (nee _ 10) Doughty

James S. Doughty 11
   bm 1846 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 10 et ux Alice A. (nee _ 10) Doughty

Mark Doughty 11
   bm 1849 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 10 et ux Alice A. (nee _ 10) Doughty

Alicia Doughty 11
   bf 1853 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 10 et ux Alice A. (nee _ 10) Doughty

Phillip Doughty 11
   bm 1855 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 10 et ux Alice A. (nee _ 10) Doughty

Sylvia Doughty 11
   bf 1859 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 10 et ux Alice A. (nee _ 10) Doughty
   n. Grandmother of the publisher of "The Banner," Mr. Hunter
   mm
 with

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Aaron Doughty 11
   bm 1847 ___ __ to Abner Doughty 10 et ux Sophia (nee Sooy 10) Doughty

Charles Doughty 11
   bm 1852 ___ __ to Abner Doughty 10 et ux Sophia (nee Sooy 10) Doughty

Thomas Doughty 11
   bm 1854 ___ __ to Abner Doughty 10 et ux Sophia (nee Sooy 10) Doughty

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Arabana Doughty 11
   bf 1858 ___ __ to James Doughty 10 et ux Sarah
   df young and interred Moss Mill Road Cemetery.

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Esther A. Doughty 11
   bf 1855 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 10 with Lydia (nee _ 09) Doughty

Allen L. Doughty 11
   bm 1858 ___ __ to Edward Doughty 10 with Lydia (nee _ 09) Doughty
   dm 1939    "husband"  interred Oceanfille Cemetery, NJ.

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Minnie Doughty 12
   bf 1872 ___ __ to William Linnius Doughty 11 et ux Jennie (nee Chivington 11)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Albert E. Chambers 12

Bertie Doughty 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Linnius Doughty 11 et ux Jennie (nee Chivington 11)
      Doughty
   dm ____ ___ __ at 2y diptheria

Annie Doughty 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Linnius Doughty 11 et ux Jennie (nee Chivington 11)
      Doughty

Edward Eugene Doughty 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Linnius Doughty 11 et ux Jennie (nee Chivington 11)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Gertrude Riggle 12

Bessie Doughty 12
   bf 1877 ___ __ to William Linnius Doughty 11 et ux Jennie (nee Chivington 11)
      Doughty

Franklin Linneus Doughty 12
   bm 1882 Jul 01 to William Linnius Doughty 11 et ux Jennie (nee Chivington 11)
      Doughty Morrill, KS
   mf 1907 Sep 24 Ida Omo 12
   bf 1884 Apr 18
   n. was a laundry route salesman.
   n. moved to St. Joseph, MO as a young adult and remained there most of the
      rest of his life.
   dm 1941 Nov 21 Kearney, NE
 with Ida (nee Omo 12) Doughty
   Gavin L 13     Franklin O 13
   b19091211      b19110212

Nellie Doughty 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Linnius Doughty 11 et ux Jennie (nee Chivington 11)
      Doughty

Charles Harry Doughty 12
   bm 1889 ___ __ to William Linnius Doughty 11 et ux Jennie (nee Chivington 11)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Cora Lulu Jones 12
   dm 1962 May 10
 with Cora Lulu (nee Jones 12) Doughty
   Edward E 13
   b19231106

Carrie Doughty 12
   bf 1889 ___ __ to William Linnius Doughty 11 et ux Jennie (nee Chivington 11)
      Doughty
   df 1976 Dec 25 a spinster

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Mary Elinore Doughty 12
   bf 1878 Nov 23 to Joseph Franklin Doughty 11 et ux Mary Louisa (nee Wade 11)
      Doughty at Union, Holt Co., MO
   mm ____ ___ __ John Edward McIntyre 12
   bm 1874 Sep 06 at McLeansboro, Hamilton Co., IL
   df 1943
   n. William B. McIntire mf Adelia Ab.. dm 1957 had Chloie E. McIntire bf 1933
 with John Edward McIntire
   William B 13
   b1901

Vincent Eyre Doughty 12
   bm 1883 Dec 09 to Joseph Franklin Doughty 11 et ux Mary Louisa (nee Wade 11)
      Doughty at Troy, Don Co., KS
   mf ____ ___ __ Emma Naedler 12
   bf 1883

Anna Hyde Doughty 12
   bf 1889 Dec 20 to Joseph Franklin Doughty 11 et ux Mary Louisa (nee Wade 11)
      Doughty at Troy, Don Co., KS
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George Foraker Doughty 12
   bm 1885 Dec 11 to George Gilbert Doughty 11 et ux Johanna (nee Rose 11)
      Driscoll 11 at Dayton, OH.  P&MD
   dm 1940 Oct 17
   mf 1931 Oct 09 Pearl Fawn Cook 12
   bf 1915 Jul 24 to John Loamie Cook 11 et ux Lela (nee Bonds 11) Cook in
      Sumrall, Mississippi.
 with Pearl Fawn (nee Cook 12) Doughty
   Garry M 13
   b19330215

Abel Grant Doughty 12
   bm 1868 Aug 24 William Christie Doughty 11 et ux Emma Jane (nee Marthis 11)
      Doughty in Williamsburg, Ohio.
   mf 1892 Sep 08 Nora Lorena Meredith 12
   bf 1874 Apr 17 to Thomas Meredith 11 et ux Lydia (nee Hainbaugh 11) Meredith
      bm 18380717 at Wabuska, Indiana, dm 19180919;
      bf 18390508 near Columbus, Ohio, df 19360208.
 with Nora Lorena (nee Meredith 12) Doughty
   Charles C 13
   b18971012

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William Collins Doughty 12
   bm 1860 ___ __ to David Doughty 11 et ux Elmira Butler (nee Myrick 11)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Emma Moser 12 and had four children.
   dm 1953
   df 19
 with Emma (nee Moser 12) Doughty four children.
   ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________

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Wes Doughty 12
   bm 1867 ___ __ to Thomas P. Doughty 11 et ux
   mf ____ ___ __ Francis Robinson 12 and had two children.
   dm 1939
 with Frances (nee Robinson 12) Doughty two children.
   ______________ ______________

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Florence Mabel Doughty 12
   bf 1888 Sep __ to Albert Doughty 11 et ux Fountanelle (nee Nugen 11) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Wright 12
   df 1979 Jan 03 at 90Y.

Vivian Estelle Doughty 12
   bf 1889 Nov 02 to Albert Doughty 11 et ux Fountanelle (nee Nugen 11) Doughty
   df 1900 Nov 08 at 11Y.

Walter Glenn Doughty 12
   bm 1891 Jan 18 to Albert Doughty 11 et ux Fountanelle (nee Nugen 11) Doughty
   mf ____ __ __ Clara Gassner 12
   bf 1889 Aug 31 in La Salle, IL.
   df 1975 Sep 18 at 86Y in Big Springs, NE.
   dm 1985 Feb 04
 with Clara (nee Gassner 12) Doughty
   Hugh 13        Lucille 13     Barlett 13     Albert 13      Thelma 13
   b              b              b              b              b

Hazel Lucille Doughty 12
   bf 1894 Oct 16 to Albert Doughty 11 et ux Fountanelle (nee Nugen 11) Doughty
   df 1894 Dec 17

Helen Loreen Doughty 12
   bf 1894 Oct 16 to Albert Doughty 11 et ux Fountanelle (nee Nugen 11) Doughty

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Eva Martha Doughty 12
   bf 1896 Aug 14 to James Wilbur Doughty 11 et ux Ida Anna Augusta (nee
      Zotzman 11) Doughty
   mm 1916 Jun 07 William W. Sigmund 12 at Jerauld Co., SD.
   bm 1890 Aug 14 at Kimball, SD.
   dm 1959 Mar 11 at Milwaukee, WI.
   df 1993 Nov 19 at Ridgecrest, CA.
   n. Glen Wilber 1922-1924, Elwin Wilber 1925-1977, Elaine Imogene 1927-1983.
 with William W. Sigmund 12
   Berniece C 13  Lavina A 13    Glen Wilber 13 Elwin W 13     Elaine I 13
   b19170304      b1918          b1922          b1925          b1927

Elizabeth Emma Doughty 12
   bf 1897 Nov 22 to James Wilbur Doughty 11 et ux Ida Anna Augusta (nee
      Zotzman 11) Doughty
   mm 1922 Aug 23 Harry Lavern Purdy 12 at Wessington Springs, SD.
   bm 1897 Apr 30 in Norfolk, NE.
   df 1965 Sep 23 at 67.
   dm 1977 Feb 17 at 79.
 with Harry Lavern Purdy 12
   Leola E 13     Francis A 13
   b1923          b19250114

Harriet Josephine Doughty 12
   bf 1899 Sep 11 to James Wilbur Doughty 11 et ux Ida Anna Augusta (nee
      Zotzman 11) Doughty
   mm 1919 Nov 12 Allan Marcus Walker 12 at Wessington Springs, SD.
   bm 1897 Sep 28
   df 1963 Mar 29 at 63.
   dm 1984 Aug 08 at 86 in Pasadena, CA.
 with Allan Marcus Walker 12

Alice Hildred Doughty 12
   bf 1901 Jul 19 to James Wilbur Doughty 11 et ux Ida Anna Augusta (nee
      Zotzman 11) Doughty
   df 1902 Jun 13

Elsie Berniece Doughty 12
   bf 1903 Jul 18 to James Wilbur Doughty 11 et ux Ida Anna Augusta (nee
      Zotzman 11) Doughty
   df 1917 Mar 14

Mary Esther Doughty 12
   bf 1908 Dec 18 to James Wilbur Doughty 11 et ux Ida Anna Augusta (nee
      Zotzman 11) Doughty
   mm 1946 Feb 23 Emil Hirschi 12 in Milwaukee, WI.
   bm 1889 Mar 02 in Switzerland.
   dm 1976 Apr 27 at 87Y in Ocala, FL.
   df 2000 Jul 14 at 91Y.
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Sarah Jane Doughty 12
   bf 1872 Feb 28 to Samuel Allison Doughty 11 et ux Mary Elizabeth (nee
      Gray 11) Doughty in IL.
   df 1890 Jan 19 at 18Y in Denver, CO.

Mary Alison Doughty 12
   bf 1874 Feb 27 to Samuel Allison Doughty 11 et ux Mary Elizabeth (nee
      Gray 11) Doughty in IL.
   mm ____ ___ __ James Alexander Dean 12
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Penn 12
   df 1952 Jan 27 in Las Animas, CO and interred at Anderson, MO.

Emma Samantha Doughty 12
   bf 1878 May 09 to Samuel Allison Doughty 11 et ux Mary Elizabeth (nee
      Gray 11) Doughty in AR.
   mm ____ ___ __ Walter Brown 12
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Rouse 12
 with
   Nellie 13      Clinton 13     Willie 13      Donnie 13      John 13
   b              b              <1920          b              b
   Bessie 13
   b

Felix Samuel Doughty 12
   bm 1880 ___ __ to Samuel Allison Doughty 11 et ux Mary Elizabeth (nee
      Gray 11) Doughty

Anna May Doughty 12
   bf 1883 ___ __ to Samuel Allison Doughty 11 et ux Mary Elizabeth (nee
      Gray 11) Doughty

William Joseph Doughty 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Allison Doughty 11 et ux Mary Elizabeth (nee
      Gray 11) Doughty

Alice Iva Doughty 12
   bf 1892 ___ __ to Samuel Allison Doughty 11 et ux Mary Elizabeth (nee
      Gray 11) Doughty

Maggie Lee Doughty 12
   bf 1894 ___ __ to Samuel Allison Doughty 11 et ux Mary Elizabeth (nee
      Gray 11) Doughty

Rachel Lester Doughty 12
   bf 1896 ___ __ to Samuel Allison Doughty 11 et ux Mary Elizabeth (nee
      Gray 11) Doughty

Ella Betthany Doughty 12
   bf 1899 ___ __ to Samuel Allison Doughty 11 et ux Mary Elizabeth (nee
      Gray 11) Doughty
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Felix Marion Doughty 12
   bm 1880 Dec 01 to Daniel A. Doughty 11 with Ella Virginia (nee Smith 11)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Lena Oehlkers 12

George Griffith Doughty 12
   bm 1884 Feb 13 to Daniel A. Doughty 11 with Ella Virginia (nee Smith 11)
      Doughty in Ft. Lupton, CO.  Draft card TJG.
   mf ____ ___ __ Bessie Oehlkers 12
   n. WW I records at Ancestry. TJG.
   dm 1949 Jun 03

Henry Franklin Doughty 12
   bm 1885 Oct 22 to Daniel A. Doughty 11 with Ella Virginia (nee Smith 11)
      Doughty in CO.
   dm 1890 Nov 03 in CO.

Ella Jane Doughty 12
   bm 1888 Apr 14 to Daniel A. Doughty 11 with Ella Virginia (nee Smith 11)
      Doughty
   df 1906 Jan 29

Ethel Irene Doughty 12
   bm 1890 ___ __ to Daniel A. Doughty 11 with Ella Virginia (nee Smith 11)
      Doughty in Weld Co., CO.
      According to 1900 census, Ethel's birthdate was 1892 Jan.., but Victor's
      was wrong on the 1900 census so the 1890 date for Ethel sounds better TJG.
   mm 1908 ___ __ Roy Eiler Powers 12
   bm 1886 Jan 15
   dm 1947 Nov 16
   n. Goldia Netta Powers 13 mm 19331110 Carl A. Pfeiffer
   n. Verne Powers 13 bm in CO mf 19370911 Dorothy Christine Peterson bf19151225
      and had (1) Vicki Lynn Powers 14 bf19380917 in Greeley Co., mm 19610804
      Norman Rafel and had Samuel Kevin Rafel 15 bm19650906 and James Evan
      Rafel 15 bm 19700404; (2) Julie Ann Powers 14 bf 19430222 mm 19700814
      Strephon Johnson 14 and had Marcus Cyrus Johnson 15 bm 19780425 and
      Christina Cecilia Johnson bf 19800809; (3) Pamela Kathleen Powers bf
      19490426 mm 19860605 Gregory Corrad Karnaze 15
   n. Floyd Earl Powers 13 bm in NE mf Ena St. Clair mf 19860201 Doris
      Schweigert.
 with Roy Eiler Powers 12
   Goldia Netta13 Verne 13       Floyd E 13
   b19100809      b19140502      b19200527

Victor Jasper Doughty 12
   bm 1892 Sep 12 to Daniel A. Doughty 11 with Ella Virginia (nee Smith 11)
      Doughty
      Date wrong in 1900 census.  TJG.
   mf 1916 Jun 08 Frances Wickhorst 12
   n. WW I records at Ancestry. TJG.
 with Frances (nee Wickhorst 12) Doughty
   Ella M 13
   b

Gilbert Daniel Doughty 12
   bm 1895 Aug 06 to Daniel A. Doughty 11 with Ella Virginia (nee Smith 11)
      Doughty in Colo.
   mf 1913 Oct 13 Viola Kingery 12
   n. WW I records at Ancestry. TJG.

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Julie Edna Doughty 12
   bf 1874 ___ __ to Henry P. Doughty 11 et ux Matilda J. (nee Pagitt 11)
      Doughty

Earl Edgar Doughty 12
   bm 1876 ___ __ to Henry P. Doughty 11 et ux Matilda J. (nee Pagitt 11)
      Doughty in Henderson Co., TX.
   mf~1914 ___ __ Susie Lowe 12 of North Carolina
   bf 1888 Dec 02
   n. 1912 Earl is listed in the Dallas City Directory.  More from grandson Earl
      to add here.
   n. 1919 Dallas City Directory lists Earl as an Ice Distributor and his
      address is 1511 McCoy.
   dm 1951 ___ __ at 74Y and interred at Grove Hill Cemetery, Dallas, TX.
   df 1966 Jan 25 and is interred at Grove Hill Cemetery, Dallas, TX.
 with Susie
   Earl E 13      Gordon G 13    Claud C 13     Arthur A 13    Brewer B 13
   b19150927      b19180222      b19210724      b19230830      b19260505

Charlie C. Doughty 12
   bm 1879 ___ __ to Henry P. Doughty 11 et ux Matilda J. (nee Pagitt 11)
      Doughty

Arthur B. Doughty 12
   bm 1883 Feb 03 to Henry P. Doughty 11 et ux Matilda J. (nee Pagitt 11)
      Doughty in Henderson Co., TX.
   mf 1920 May 29 Greta M. _ 12
   bf 1897 Jan 31
   dm 1966 Mar 03 at 83Y in a VA hospital in Long Beach, CA, a veteran of WWI
      and interred in Green Hills Memorial Park.
 with Greta M.
   Cora J 13
   b19210423

Effie Doughty 12
   bf 1888 Jan __ to Henry P. Doughty 11 et ux Matilda J. (nee Pagitt 11)
      Doughty
   mm 1906 Aug 25 Galatin D. Ballard 12 in Henderson Co., TX
 with Galatin D. Ballard 12
   Audrey 13      Chester M 13
   b              b

Jessie Doughty 12
   bm 1890 Mar __ to Henry P. Doughty 11 et ux Matilda J. (nee Pagitt 11)
      Doughty

Aubrey Doughty 12
   bm 1892 Jan __ to Henry P. Doughty 11 et ux Matilda J. (nee Pagitt 11)
      Doughty

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George Hiler Doughty 12
   bm 1862 Aug 10 to Richard Edward Doughty 11 et ux Mary Catherine (nee
      Hiler 11) Doughty in New Hartford, Winona, MN.
   dm 1863 Aug 03 in New Hartford, Winona, MN.

Edith Mae Doughty 12
   bf 1863 Nov 30 to Richard Edward Doughty 11 et ux Mary Catherine (nee
      Hiler 11) Doughty in New Hartford, Winona, MN.
   df 1864 Nov 14 in New Hartford, Winona, MN.

Ida Belle Doughty 12
   bf 1866 Aug 12 to Richard Edward Doughty 11 et ux Mary Catherine (nee
      Hiler 11) Doughty in New Hartford, Winona, MN.
   mm 1882 Nov 04 Edward Louis Maynard 12 in LaCrosse, LaCrosse Co., WI
   bm 1854 Mar 17 to Louis Maynard 11 et ux Emely (nee Verdon 11) Maynard.
      Louis was the only son of Joe Maynard 10.
   n. Dresbach was called "Maynard's Landing" and remains on the books at
      Washington, DC.  French, the Maynards kept a hotel and sheds for horses to
      accommodate men who hauled freight up and down the Mississippi River to
      St. Paul.  They stopped and lodged overnight at Maynard's Landing.  George
      Dresbach, arriving later, laid out the town and named it "Dresbach" after
      himself.
   df 1964 Jun 20 in Maynard's Island, MN.
   dm 1941 Apr 29 at Dresbach, MN.
   n. Lloyd A mf 1919 Edith Stindquist
   n. Myron dm 1964 Jul 16 at Mabel, MN, interred Dresbach Cem. (unmarried).
   n. Louis Edward Maynard bm at Maynard's Island, MN dm 1963 Oct 26 at Mandan,
      North Dakota.  mf 1902 Nov 26 Elizabeth Haigh 13 at Dresbach, MN bf
      Chicago.
 with Edward Louis Maynard 12
   Louis E 13     Lloyd A 13     Violette L 13  Richard I 13   Myron R 13
   b18840119      b18901025      b19010719      b19030927      b19051221

Clara Ann Doughty 12
   bf 1868 Aug 10 to Richard Edward Doughty 11 et ux Mary Catherine (nee
      Hiler 11) Doughty in Whitehall, Muskegan, MI.
   mm ____ ___ __ Hiram Gerard 12
   df 1959 Feb 23 in Lavern, Beaver Co., OK.

Richard Edward Doughty 12
   bm 1870 May 12 to Richard Edward Doughty 11 et ux Mary Catherine (nee
      Hiler 11) Doughty in Whitehall, Muskegan, MI.
   mf 1901 May 12 Bessie Belle McMartin 12 in Austin, Mowe Co., MN.
   dm 1939 Sep 30 in Claremont, Dodge Co., MN.
 with Bessie Belle (nee McMartin 12) Doughty
   Richard D 13   George E
   b19071210      b19150821

Jessie Doughty 12
   bm 1872 Feb 13 to Richard Edward Doughty 11 et ux Mary Catherine (nee
      Hiler 11) Doughty in Whitehall, Muskegan, MI.
   dm 1872 Feb 13 in Whitehall, Muskegan, MI.

Willie Doughty 12
   bm 1873 Oct 03 to Richard Edward Doughty 11 et ux Mary Catherine (nee
      Hiler 11) Doughty in MI.
   dm 1873 Dec 05 in MI.

Catherine Willette Doughty 12
   bf 1875 Mar 02 to Richard Edward Doughty 11 et ux Mary Catherine (nee
      Hiler 11) Doughty in Whitehall, Muskegan, MI.
   mm ____ ___ __ Henry Gardner 12
   mm ____ ___ __ Charles Augusta Osgood 12
   df 1944 Mar 06 in Inglewood, Los Angeles, CA.

John Robert Doughty 12
   bm 1877 Apr 20 to Richard Edward Doughty 11 et ux Mary Catherine (nee
      Hiler 11) Doughty in Whitehall, Muskegan Co., MI.
   mf 1905 Sep 18 Mary Ellen Farrell 12 in Claremont, Dodge Co., MN.
   bf 1881 Apr 19 to John Farrell 11 et ux Bridgett (nee Walker 11) Farrell
   df 1953 Nov 21 at Napa, CA, interred Tulacay Cem., Napa, CA.
   mf ____ ___ __ Nellie Vandiver Whitley 12
   dm 1977 Jul 24 in Napa, Napa County, CA.
 with Mary Ellen (nee Farrell 12) Doughty
   Mary Alice 13  John Richard13 Joseph F 13    Daniel Alvin13 Margaret E 13
   b19070402      b19100315      b19120401      b19140727      19211206

Frank Henry Doughty 12
   bm 1879 Jun 20 to Richard Edward Doughty 11 et ux Mary Catherine (nee
      Hiler 11) Doughty in Hillsdale, Hilsdale Co., MI.
   mf 1903 Jul 23 Hattie Mae Seyler 12 in Geary, Blaine Co., Oklahoma Territory.
   df 1971 Aug 01 in Watonga, Blaine Co., OK.
 with Hattie Mae (nee Seyler 12) Doughty
   _ 13           Theodore E 13  Mable Agnes 13 Catherine E 13 Dorothy D 13
   b19040524      b19051111      b19080929      b19110310      b19160207
   Donald M 13    Frankie M 13
   b19181012      b19230131

Jennie May Doughty 12
   bf 1882 Apr 01 to Richard Edward Doughty 11 et ux Mary Catherine (nee
      Hiler 11) Doughty in Tyler, Lincoln Co., MN.
   mm ____ ___ __ Myron Seeber 12
   df 1944 Fet 24 in Napa, Napa Co., CA.

Frederick Eugene Doughty 12
   bm 1884 Mar 26 to Richard Edward Doughty 11 et ux Mary Catherine (nee
      Hiler 11) Doughty in New Hartford, Winona Co., MN.
   mf 1904 Jul 03 Mary Alma Meek 12 in Hansford, Hansford Co., TX panhandle.
   bf 1881 Dec 08 to John Meek 11 et ux Artie (nee Honea 11) Doughty at Cabot,
      Lone Oak, AR.
   dm 1952 Apr 06 in Altus, Jackson Co., OK.
 with Mary Alma (nee Meek 12) Doughty
   Frederick E 13 Mary Artie 13  Daisy Alice 13
   b19050326      b19070417      b19090412

Edna Beatrice Doughty 12
   bf 1886 Oct 15 to Richard Edward Doughty 11 et ux Mary Catherine (nee
      Hiler 11) Doughty in Dresbach, Winona, MN.
   mm 1901 Oct 23 Anthony Ferdinand Hythecker in Geary, Blaine Co., OK territory
   df 1966 Jul 02 in Baker, Wibuax, MT.
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Charles Arthur Doughty 12
   bm 1873 Mar 16 to Robert Milton Doughty 11 et ux Chloe Annette (nee Franklin
      11) Doughty at Olmstead, MN.
   mf ____ ___ __ Lena Martinson 12
   dm 1933 Apr 23

Gertrude Lillian Doughty 12
   bf 1875 Aug 13 to Robert Milton Doughty 11 et ux Chloe Annette (nee Franklin
      11) Doughty at Winona, MN.
   mm ____ ___ __ Patrick Sullivan 12
   df 1931 Sep 07

Lydia Alice Doughty 12
   bf 1877 Oct 14 to Robert Milton Doughty 11 et ux Chloe Annette (nee Franklin
      11) Doughty at Olmstead, MN.
   mm ____ ___ __ William John Watt 12
   df 1913 Sep 06

Robert Edward Doughty 12
   bm 1880 Dec 05 to Robert Milton Doughty 11 et ux Chloe Annette (nee Franklin
      11) Doughty at Holland, Pipestead Co., MN.
   mf ____ ___ __ Perle Elizabeth Wells 12
   dm

Nettie Irene Doughty 12
   bf 1883 Dec 23 to Robert Milton Doughty 11 et ux Chloe Annette (nee Franklin
      11) Doughty at Holland, Pipestead Co., MN.
   mm ____ ___ __ Henry Martinson 12
   df 1908 Jan 29

May Doughty 12
   bf 1886 Jun 24 to Robert Milton Doughty 11 et ux Chloe Annette (nee Franklin
      11) Doughty at Holland, Pipestead Co., MN.
   mm 1905 Dec 10 Byron Leonard Avery 12
   df 1956 Sep 20
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Pauline Doughty 12
   bf ____ ___ __ to Bodine Doughty 11 et ux Laura Munda (nee Blackman 11)
      Doughty

Arthur Doughty 12
   bm 1877 Feb 22 to Bodine Doughty 11 et ux Laura Munda (nee Blackman 11)
      Doughty in Atlantic City, NJ
   mf 1899 ___ __ Bertha Frances Gerber 12, not certain of Frances.
   bf 1883 Oct 02 to Julius Gerber 11 et ux Amelia Smith 11 in Camden, NJ
      Julius from Hamburg, GER
   df 1953 ___ __ Audubon, NJ
   dm 1960 ___ __ Audubon, NJ
 with Bertha Frances? (nee Gerber 12) Doughty
   Pauline 13     Arthur 13      William C 13   Alvin 13       Norman R 13
   b1901          b19051203      b19150503      b1918          b1920
   David C 13
   b1926

Charles A. Doughty 12
   bm 1881 Aug __ to Bodine Doughty 11 et ux Laura Munda (nee Blackman 11)
      Doughty

Norman Doughty 12
   bm 1886 Dec __ to Bodine Doughty 11 et ux Laura Munda (nee Blackman 11)
      Doughty

Larner Doughty 12
   bm 1884 Jan 25 to Bodine Doughty 11 et ux Laura Munda (nee Blackman 11)
      Doughty
   mf 1930 Dec 15 Abina Barnes Sharpley 12
   bf 1886 Jun 03 to Eugene Sharpley 11 et ux Sarah Jenkins (nee Bacon 11)
      Doughty in Philadelphia, PA
   dm 1940 Jan 11 Somerdale interred New Camden Cem.  CaCDR CP19400112
   df 1970 May 20 Camden, Camden Co., NJ CaCDR
 with Abina Barnes (nee Sharpley 12) Doughty
   Walter L 13
   b19090123

Alden Doughty 12
   bm 1888 May __ to Bodine Doughty 11 et ux Laura Munda (nee Blackman 11)
      Doughty

Dorothy Doughty 12
   bf 1897 Sep __ to Bodine Doughty 11 et ux Laura Munda (nee Blackman 11)
      Doughty
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Gavin Lloyd Doughty 13
   bm 1909 Dec 11 to Franklin Linneus Doughty 12 et ux Ida (nee Omo 12) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Eleanor Mae Culp 13

Franklin Omo Doughty 13
   bm 1911 Feb 12 to Franklin Linneus Doughty 12 et ux Ida (nee Omo 12) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Virginia May Brown 13
   n. Engineer, Plant Manager, Violinist, Farm Owner
   n. there is more information



Edward E. Doughty 13
   bm 1923 Nov 06 to Charles Harry Doughty 12 et ux Cora Lula (nee Jones 12)
      Doughty at Sibley, MO.
   mf 1948 Nov 26 Betty Jean Tevis 13, see Shelhorn book P65 from Blizzard file.
 with Betty Jean (nee Tevis 13)
   Jeanette L 14  Rose Marie 14  Denise Renee14
   b19510713      b19540613      b19550610

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Garry Morgan Doughty 13
   bm 1933 Feb 15 George Foraker Doughty 12 et ux Pearl Fawn (nee Cook 12)
      Doughty in Morgan City, Lousiana.
   n. P&MD - Paul & Margaret Doughty's line.

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Charles Christie Doughty 13
   bm 1897 Oct 12 Abel Grant Doughty 12 et ux Nora Lorena (nee Meredith 12)
      Doughty at Leon, Butler Co., Kansas.
   mf 1918 Jun 28 Gladys Izella Snodgrass 13
   bf 1899 Jun 21 to Hugh Frank Snodgrass 12 et ux Letta Jane (nee Casteel 12)
      Snodgrass; bm18671121 in Ohio, mf18890127 Letta Jane Casteel, bf18700325
      in Indiana.
 with Gladys Izella (nee Snodgrass 13) Doughty

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Hugh Doughty 13
   bm ____ ___ __ to Walter Glenn Doughty 12 et ux Clara (nee Gassner 12)
      Doughty

Lucille Doughty 13
   bf ____ ___ __ to Walter Glenn Doughty 12 et ux Clara (nee Gassner 12)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Orval Berges 13

Barlett Doughty 13
   bm ____ ___ __ to Walter Glenn Doughty 12 et ux Clara (nee Gassner 12)
      Doughty

Albert Doughty 13
   bm ____ ___ __ to Walter Glenn Doughty 12 et ux Clara (nee Gassner 12)
      Doughty

Thelma Doughty 13
   bf ____ ___ __ to Walter Glenn Doughty 12 et ux Clara (nee Gassner 12)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Ford 13.

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Ella May Doughty 13
   bf ____ ___ __ to Victor Jasper Doughty 12 et ux Frances (nee Wickhorst 12)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Wolfe 13
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Earl Edgar Doughty 13
   bm 1915 Sep 27 to Earl Edgar Doughty 12 et ux Susie
   dm 1990 Aug 30

Gordon Greenwood Doughty 13
   bm 1918 Feb 22 to Earl Edgar Doughty 12 et ux Susie
   dm 1983 Jan 01 at 65Y and interred at Restland Memorial Cemetery, Dallas, TX.

Claud Curtis Doughty 13
   bm 1921 Jul 25 to Earl Edgar Doughty 12 et ux Susie
   dm 1977 Sep 01 at 56Y and interred at Grove Hill Cemetery, Dallas, TX.

Arthur Arnold Doughty 13
   bm 1923 Aug 30 to Earl Edgar Doughty 12 et ux Susie
   dm 1930 Dec 02 at 7Y of scarlet fever and interred at Grove Hill Cemetery,
      Dallas, TX.

Brewer Burnett Doughty 13
   bm 1926 May 05 to Earl Edgar Doughty 12 et ux Susie

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Cora Jane Doughty 13
   bf 1921 Apr 23 to Arthur B. Doughty 12 et ux Greta M.
   df 1976 Aug 27 in San Pedro, CA. Never married.

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Richard Duncan Doughty 13
   bm 1907 Dec 10 to Richard Edward Doughty 12 et ux Bessie Belle (nee McMartin
      12) Doughty at Rodeo, NM.
   mf 1935 Nov 25 Margaret Wilma Inman 13 at Goodland, KS.
   bf 1915 Apr 20 to Charles William Inman 12 et ux Jessie May (nee Decature 12)
      Inman.
 with Margaret Wilma (nee Inman 13) Doughty

George Edmund Doughty 13
   bm 1915 Aug 21 to Richard Edward Doughty 12 et ux Bessie Belle (nee McMartin
      12) Doughty at Claremont, Dodge Co., MN.
   mf 1940 Sep 29 Laura Genevieve Nelson 13 at Nashua, IA.
   bf 1916 Jul 15 to Eric Nelson 12 et ux Christine (nee Hagenson 12) Nelson at
      Rochester, Olmstead, MN.
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Mary Alice Doughty 13
   bf 1907 Apr 02 to John Robert Doughty 12 et ux Mary Ellen (nee Farrell 12)
      Doughty at Ashland, Dodge Co., MN.
   mm 1926 May 25 Howard Matlock 13

John Richard Doughty 13
   bm 1910 Mar 15 to John Robert Doughty 12 et ux Mary Ellen (nee Farrell 12)
      Doughty at Guymon, Texas Co., OK.
   mf 1940 Jun 06 Frances Ellen McGoughey 13
   bf 1919 Aug 28 to Melvin McGoughey 12 et ux Nelle (nee Stroud 12) McGoughey
      at Pryor, Mayes Co., OK.
 with Frances Ellen (nee McGoughey 13) Doughty

Joseph Farrell Doughty 13
   bm 1912 Apr 01 to John Robert Doughty 12 et ux Mary Ellen (nee Farrell 12)
      Doughty at Guymon, Texas Co., OK.
   dm 1912 Apr 08

Daniel Alvin Doughty 13
   bm 1914 Jul 27 to John Robert Doughty 12 et ux Mary Ellen (nee Farrell 12)
      Doughty at Geary, Braine Co., OK.
   mf 1938 Dec 12 Vivian Mary Phifer 13 at Harrison, Boone Co., AR.
   bf 1919 Aug 15 to Thomas Lane Phifer 12 et ux Oza (nee Helm 12) Doughty
 with Vivian Mary (nee Phifer 13) Doughty

Margaret Elizabeth Doughty 13
   bf 1921 Dec 06 to John Robert Doughty 12 et ux Mary Ellen (nee Farrell 12)
      Doughty at Self, Boone Co., AR
   mm 1946 Oct 05 Lawrence L. Skivington 13
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_ Doughty 13
   b. 1904 May 24 to Frank Henry Doughty 13 et ux Hattie Mae (nee Seyler 12)
      Doughty in Geary, Blaine Co., OK.
   d. 1904 May 24 stillborn in Geary, Blaine Co., OK.

Theodore Edward "Ted" Doughty 13
   bm 1905 Nov 11 to Frank Henry Doughty 13 et ux Hattie Mae (nee Seyler 12)
      Doughty in Guymon, Texas Co., OK.
   mf 1923 Oct 03 Ruth Ida Barney 13 in Geary, Blaine Co., OK.
   mf ____ ___ __ Marie Eva "Toots" Terneus 13
   dm 1988 Nov 08 in Geary, Blaine Co., OK.

Mable Agnes Doughty 13
   bf 1908 Sep 29 to Frank Henry Doughty 13 et ux Hattie Mae (nee Seyler 12)
      Doughty in Guymon, Texas Co., OK.
   mm 1936 Jul 02 Louis "Bunk" Arthur Thoma 13 in Shawnee, Pottawatomie, OK.
   df 1987 Mar 18 in Geary, Blaine Co., OK.

Catherine Elizabeth "Beth" Doughty 13
   bf 1911 Mar 10 to Frank Henry Doughty 13 et ux Hattie Mae (nee Seyler 12)
      Doughty in Guymon, Texas Co., OK.
   mm 1929 Apr 13 Happel James Blevins 13 in Geary, Blaine Co., OK.
   mm ____ ___ __ Arthur White 13

Dorothy Dean Doughty 13
   bf 1916 Feb 07 to Frank Henry Doughty 13 et ux Hattie Mae (nee Seyler 12)
      Doughty in Geary, Blaine Co., OK.
   mm 1935 Aug 26 Leland "Skinny" Sisney 13

Donald "Don" Myron Doughty 13
   bm 1918 Oct 12 to Frank Henry Doughty 13 et ux Hattie Mae (nee Seyler 12)
      Doughty
   mf 1939 Aug 22 Dorothy Mae Bissel 13 in Geary, Blaine Co., OK.
   bf 1923 Aug 17 to Floyd E. Bissel 12 et ux Rose Alice (nee Chaney 12) Bissel
      in Fay, Dewey Co., OK.
   n. great pictures - rwc75 1999 Oct 27.
   dm 2001 Aug 27 at 82Y in Weatherford, Oklahoma.
      2001 Aug 28 Tuesday, Weatherford Daily News - Obituary Donald "Don"
      Doughty
         Funeral services for Donald "Don" Doughty, 82, of Weatherford will be
      at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2001, at Emmanuel Baptist Church with Rev.
      Kevin Stewart officiating.
         Burial will follow in Greenwood Cemetery under the direction of
      Lockstone Funeral Home of Weatherford.
         Don was born to Frank and Hattie (Seyler) Doughty on Oct. 12, 1918, in
      Omaha, Ark., and passed away Monday, Aug. 27, at Southwestern Memorial
      Hospital in Weatherford.
         Don was raised and attended school in Geary.  On Aug. 22, 1939, he
      married Dorothy Bissel in Geary where he worked as a butcher.
         In 1943, he served in the Marines during World War II, serving in Guam
      and the pacific Theater.  Don was wounded and received a Purple Heart and
      was honorably discharged in 1945.
         He and Dorothy lived in the Geary and Canton areas before settling in
      Weatherford in 1954.
         He worked as a meat market manager for Eaton's IGA.
         Don owned and operated Don's Meat Market for 27 years starting in 1959
      before retiring in 1986.
         He loved his family, gardening, fishing and spending time at the
      Pioneer Center.  Memorials may be made to Emmanuel Baptist Church.
         Don is survived by his wife, Dorothy of the home; two sons, Larry
      Doughty of Oklahoma City and Dennis Doughty and wife Renee of Pampa,
      Texas; one daughter-in-law, Noralyn Doughty of Weatherford; six
      grandchildren, Connie Ringler and husband Robert of Hydro, Dana Lau and
      husband Alvin of Clinton, Deek Doughty and Cherie of Oklahoma City, Tyler,
      Kamie and Kelby Doughty of Pampa, Texas; five great-grandchildren, Luke
      and Trey Lau, Kodi Ringler and Jacob and Heidi Doughty; two step-
      grandchildren, Shauna Jarvis and Bobbi Jo Spitzer; and two sisters,
      Dorothy Sisney of Weatherford and Beth White of Geary.
         He was preceded in death by his parents, one son, Timothy Doughty; one
      brother in infancy and another brother, Ted Doughty; and two sister, Mable
      Thomas and Fran Cox.
 with Dorothy Mae (nee Bissel 13) Doughty
   Timothy 14     Larry 14       Dennis 14
   b19400827      b19420228      b19600622

Frankie "Fran" Mae Doughty 13
   bf 1923 Jan 31 to Frank Henry Doughty 13 et ux Hattie Mae (nee Seyler 12)
      Doughty in Geary, Blaine Co., OK.
   mm 1941 Jul 15 Jack LeMoyne Cox 13 in Geary, Blaine Co., OK.
   n. in CA.

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Frederick Eugene Doughty 13
   bm 1905 Mar 26 to Frederick Eugene Doughty 12 et ux Mary Alma (nee Meek 12)
      Doughty at Guymon, Beaver Co., OK.
   mf 1925 Apr 11 Gladys England 13

Mary Artie Doughty 13
   bf 1907 Apr 17 to Frederick Eugene Doughty 12 et ux Mary Alma (nee Meek 12)
      Doughty at Guymon, Beaver Co., OK.
   mm 1947 Jan 31 T. Ray Matthews 13

Daisy Alice Doughty 13
   bf 1909 Apr 12 to Frederick Eugene Doughty 12 et ux Mary Alma (nee Meek 12)
      Doughty at Rogers, AR.
   mm 1928 Aug 29 Earl Monroe Flinn 13

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Pauline Doughty 13
   bf 1901 ___ __ to Arthur Doughty 12 et ux Bertha Frances? (nee Gerber 12)
      Doughty

Arthur Doughty 13
   bm 1905 Dec 03 to Arthur Doughty 12 et ux Bertha Frances? (nee Gerber 12)
      Doughty
   dm 1965 Oct __ SISSN NJ 146-10-9527

William Christian Doughty 13
   bm 1915 Mar 03 to Arthur Doughty 12 et ux Bertha Frances? (nee Gerber 12)
      Doughty in Oaklyn, NJ
   mf 1941 Aug 03 Olga Elizabeth Erikson 13 at Oakland, CA
   bf 1914 Dec 10 to Otto Hilmer Erickson 12 et ux Anna (nee Nelson 12) in
      Stevenson, CA.  Both parents were from Sweden, Anna from Ranarp, SWE
 with Olga Elizabeth (nee Erikson 13) Doughty
   William P 14   Joanne C 14    David S 14     Richard A 14
   b19420922      b19471219      b19510414      b19570202

Alvin Doughty 13
   bm 1918 ___ __ to Arthur Doughty 12 et ux Bertha Frances? (nee Gerber 12)
      Doughty

Norman R. Doughty 13
   bm 1920 ___ __ to Arthur Doughty 12 et ux Bertha Frances? (nee Gerber 12)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Louise _ 13

David C. Doughty 13
   bm 1926 ___ __ to Arthur Doughty 12 et ux Bertha Frances? (nee Gerber 12)
      Doughty



Walter Larner Doughty 13
   bm 1909 Jan 23 to Larner Doughty 12 et ux Abina Barnes (nee Sharpley 12)
      Doughty
   mm 1930 Dec 15 Gladys Vearl Vance 13 Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., UT
   bf 1907 Nov 10 to _ _ _ et ux _ (nee _ 12) Vance in Iola, Allen Co., Kansas
   dm 1976 Sep 07 SISSN NJ 139-05-7888 DRL Provo, UT 84601 DRP Provo, UT 84601
   df 1983 Jul 16 in Nephi, UT
 with Gladys Vearl (nee Vance 13) Doughty
   Marcia V 14
   b19311007
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Jeanette Louise Doughty 14
   bf 1951 Jul 13 to Edward E. Doughty 13 et ux Betty Jean (nee Tevis 13)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ William Brown 14
   bm 1951 Mar 18 to Wilbur Brown 13 et ux Lura (nee Black 13) Brown

Rose Marie Doughty 14
   bf 1954 Jun 13 to Edward E. Doughty 13 et ux Betty Jean (nee Tevis 13)
      Doughty

Denise Renee Doughty 14
   bf 1955 Jun 10 to Edward E. Doughty 13 et ux Betty Jean (nee Tevis 13)
      Doughty

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Timothy Doughty 14
   bm 1940 Aug 27 to Donald "Don" Myron Doughty 13 et ux Dorothy Mae (nee
      Bissel 13) Doughty
   mf 1959 Jan 16 Noralyn Jean Repp 14 in Weatherford, Custer, OK.
   bf 1940 Jul 11 to Adolph Repp 14 et ux Clara Virginia (nee Winter 14) Repp
   dm 1995 Jan 03 in Weatherford, Custer, OK.
 with Noralyn Jean (nee Repp 14) Doughty
   Connie Lynn 15 Dana Renee 15
   b19590917      b19620211

Larry Doughty 14
   bm 1942 Feb 28 to Donald "Don" Myron Doughty 13 et ux Dorothy Mae (nee
      Bissel 13) Doughty

Dennis Doughty 14
   bm 1960 Jun 22 to Donald "Don" Myron Doughty 13 et ux Dorothy Mae (nee
      Bissel 13) Doughty
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William P. Doughty 14
   bm 1942 Sep 22 to William Christian Doughty 13 et ux Olga Elizabeth (nee
      Erikson 13) Doughty in Oakland, CA

Joanne C. Doughty 14
   bf 1947 Dec 19 to William Christian Doughty 13 et ux Olga Elizabeth (nee
      Erikson 13) Doughty in Oakland, CA

David S. Doughty 14
   bm 1951 Apr 14 to William Christian Doughty 13 et ux Olga Elizabeth (nee
      Erikson 13) Doughty in Portland, OR

Richard A. Doughty 14
   bm 1957 Feb 02 to William Christian Doughty 13 et ux Olga Elizabeth (nee
      Erikson 13) Doughty in Mt. Vernon, WA

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Marcia Vearl Doughty 14
   bf 1931 Oct 07 to Walter Larner Doughty 13 et ux Gladys Vearl (nee Vance 13)
      Doughty
   mm 1950 Jun 07 Karol "G" Bills 14 at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah.

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Connie Lynn Doughty 15
   bf 1959 Sep 17 to Timothy Doughty 14 et ux Noralyn Jean (nee Repp 14) Doughty
      in Weatherford, Custer Co., OK.
   mm 1985 Jun 27 Robert Joe Ringler 15 in Arapaho, Custer Co., OK.
   bm 1951 Aug 02 to George Henry Ringler 14 et ux Bessie Dell (nee Marshall 14)
      Doughty.  Other spouses: Rene' Russ.  George Henry Ringler 14 bm to George
      Henry Ringler 13.
   n. much thanks and the pictures of Don and Dorothy - what a nice pair.
   n. by his first marriage Bob & Rene Ringler had:
      Shauna Darlene Ringler bf 1972 Sep 02 in Escondido, San Diego, CA mm
      1996 May 05 Bryan Edward Jarvis (see Jarvis file) in Weatherford, Custer
      Co., OK.
      Bobbi Jo Ringler bf 1974 Nov 17 in Weatherford, Custer Co., OK mm 1994 Oct
      25 Melvin George Basgall, Jr.in Gainesville, TX
   n. Kodi Robin Ringler 16 bf in Weatherford, Custer Co., OK.
 with Robert Joe Ringler 15
   Kodi Robin 16
   b19880820

Dana Renee Doughty 15
   bf 1962 Feb 11 to Timothy Doughty 14 et ux Noralyn Jean (nee Repp 14) Doughty
      in Weatherford, Custer Co., OK.
   mm 1983 Aug 20 Leslie Alvin Lau 15 in Weatherford, Custer Co., OK.
   bm 1962 Jan 09 to Alvin Lau 14 et ux Viola (nee Stiegmen 14) Lau in Clinton,
      Custer Co., OK.
   n. Luke Alvin Lau bm in Tulsa, Tulsa, OK.
   n. Trey Timothy Lau bm in El Reno, Canadian Co., OK.
 with Leslie Alvin Lau 15
   Luke Alvin 16  Trey Timothy16
   b19851225      b19951213

LINKAGE END 01  Edward Doughty of Philadelphia, PA (The Butcher)

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Richard Doughty _
   bm 1820 ___ __ to whom?
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ _
   bf 1806
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P_ L5 120/120
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Egg Harbor Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Richard Doughty            30MWFarmer                4,000NJ        X
 Sarah Doughty              44FW                           NJ
 Lydia F. Doughty            9FW                           NJ       S
 Jonathan Doughty            6MW                           NJ       S
 Richard Doughty             2MW                           NJ
 John Vance                 18MBLaborer                    NJ
 John Champion              14MW                           NJ       S
 with Sarah
   Lydia F _      Jonathan _     Richard _
   b              b              b

Clara Doughty _
   bf 1833 ___ __ to whom?
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P_ L8 127/127
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Egg Harbor Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Japheth Townsend           35MWSailor                1,000NJ            Japheth and 5 Tnsnds, & 2 Doughtys in hotel
 Amelia Townsend            38FW                           NJ
 Elijah Townsend            12MW                           NJ       S
 John Townsend              10MW                           NJ       S
 Mark Townsend               2MW                           NJ
 James Townsend              *MW                           NJ
 Clara Doughty              17FW                           NJ
 Daniel Doughty             52MWSailor                     NJ

John Doughty _
   bm 1841 ___ __ to whom?
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P_ L18 460/469
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Egg Harbor Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Daniel E. Cordery          28MWOysterman             2,000NJ
 Harriet S. Cordery         24FW                           NJ
 Joseph S. Cordery           2MW                           NJ
 John Doughty                9MW                           NJ

John Doughty _
   bm 1785 ___ __
   mf ____ ___ __ Alice _ _
   bf 1787
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P_ L18 460/469
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John Doughty               65MWFarming                    NJ
 Alice Doughty              63FW                           NJ

Robert Doughty _
   bm 1824
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P75B L8 1082/1105
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Alexander Crayton          61MWCollier                    Ireland
 Mary Crayton               45FW                           Ireland
 Mary J. Crayton            14FW                           Ireland
 Margaret Crayton           12FW                           Ireland
 Edward Moore               21MWCollier                    Ireland
 James Colyan*              40MWCollier                    Ireland       *or Colgan
 Robert Doughty             26MWCollier                    Ireland

      From: SQuinn9807  
      Joseph Rebecca Ann Doughty 1858-05-23 NJ_ACMR P41
      Harris Judith Doughty 1856-12-21 NJ_ACMR P40
      John Doughty Elizabeth Steelman 1841-03-25 NJ_ACMR P15
      Rufus Eley - Doughty 1865-3-5 NJ_ACMR P8
      Abner Gaskill Sarah Doughty 1840-2-23 NJ_ACMR P17
      Nehemiah Martha Doughty 1866-12-13 NJ_ACMR P27
      Ebenezer Hester Ann Doughty 1863-12-20 NJ_ACMR P40
      John Hannah Ann Doughty. Recorded 1841-5-8 NJ_ACMR P41
      Richard Emeline Doughty 1844-4-28 NJ_ACMR P41
      Samuel Elmira Doughty 1855-12-27 NJ_ACMR P41
      George Albert Horton Jennie Doughty 1876-2-27 NJ_ACMR P53


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Charlotte Doughty _
   bf 1882 Jul 04 interred at Oceanville Cemetery.
   df 1913 Nov 13 interred at Oceanville Cemetery.

Edward Doughty _
   bm 1826 ___ __ interred at Oceanville Cemetery.
   dm 1892 ___ __ interred at Oceanville Cemetery.  "father".

Marvin C. Doughty _
   bm 1916 Apr 03
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Y. _
   bf 1919 ___ __
   dm 1982 Jan 20 interred at Oceanville Cemetery.  T. Sgt U.S. Army WWII
   df ____ ___ __ interred at Oceanville Cemetery.

Sarah H. Doughty _
   bf 1867 ___ __
   df 1946 ___ __ interred at Oceanville Cemetery.

Washington A. Doughty _
   bm 1878 ___ __
   dm 1890 ___ __ interred at Oceanville Cemetery.

William J. Doughty _
   bm 1882
   dm 1957 ___ __ interred at Bass River Hillside D-04

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LINKAGE BEGIN 14    Thomas Doughty/Prudence


Thomas Doughty 05
   bm 175_ ___ __
   n. It would be my guess this Thomas is the brother to Elias who mf Christina
      King, and uncle of Elias who mf Mary Babcock. See Richard Shaw land deals.
      2000-RWC75
   mf ____ ___ __ Prudence Parsons 05
   bf 176_ ___ __ to Benjamin Parsons 04 et ux
      Ben m2 Phebe (nee Platts 05) Veal, widow of John Veal ~1775. She had John,
      Moses, Platts, Enos and probably several daughters with John. 2008/05 GJB.
   n. wm 1796 Sep 06 Benjamin Parsons of Great Egg Harbour Twp., Glou. Co., NJ
      Wife Phebe, son John Parsons, Jr., Grandson Benjamin Parsons (son of John)
      Granddaughter Phebe Parsons (dau. of John). Enos Veal (son of wife, Phebe)
      and daughters Prudy Doughty and Mary Garritson.  Exec. where wife Phebe
      and son-in-law Thomas Doughty.  1802 Sep 28 Proved.  From the Karpolorich
      family, daughter Phebe Parson of John is thought to have married Hann and
      went west.
   n. Reference: Edward Doughty, the butcher and his widow Mary's dealings with
      Thomas Parsons in the land deeds. Benjamin may be son of John/Thomas. RWC.
   ld 1801 May 28 NJ_GCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_D3 P423 Abs. 20100310GJB76
      Grantor: Thomas and Prudy Doughty of ____ [blank]
      Grantee: Andrew Steelman of Weymouth
      Transaction: $35.33 "Tract or piece of land and swamp" in Weymouth
      Description: Red Oak n3.45e 26.50chains to large white oak
      n22.30w 14c
      s74.30w 5c to black oak
      Along prior survey to John Ladd, n85.45w 39c to stake in black oak stump,
      corner to Ladd, now Steelman's
      s75w 20.20c to pine stump
      s10.30e 17c to small pine
      s82.30e 8.5c to broken down pine
      n32e 4.75c to gum
      n53.30e 13c
      s67.30e 20.50c to black oak (corner to 45 acres to be excepted)
      n43e 13c to red oak
      s11e 27c to pine
      s7e 1.75c to white oak by a road
      s86e 9.75c
      66 acres after excepting what interferes with a prior survey made to
      John Ladd, now Andrew Steelman and also 45 acres quit-claimed, "south
      easterly" end of said survey supposed to begin at black oak corner near
      where Weatherby lived and to run N16.30e to Ladd's line.
   ld . Part of 273-acre survey to Ephraim Sears, Burlington H:292.
      By will 161 acres to son David Sears.
      Conveyed to David Veal and Moses Veal 1785 Mar 4
      David sold his half to Thomas Doughty 1785 May 3
      Divided and quit-claimed 1797 Feb 9
      Signed Tom and "Prudence"
      Wit: William Parker, Seth Carver
      End: Frederick Steelman. Prudy was "of full age" 1801 Dec 5
      Recorded 1832 Feb 28
   ld 1806 May 30 NJ_GCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_K P479. RWC75. More abs: LGB76 NJGF#9178.
      Grantor: William Hollinshead et ux Hope of Greenwich, Gloucester Co.,
      yeoman
      Grantee: Thomas Doughty of Weymouth.
      Transaction: $55 for 100 acres [ultimately 50 acres]
      Description: ~Beginning at a pine corner of Hollinshead standing on the
      [West Jersey] Society line
      Thence: ~Along the Society line, N87*E 35.75 chains
      Thence: ~N3*W 29.66 ch
      Thence: ~S87*W 35.75 ch
      Thence: ~S3*E 29.66 ch [a rectangle]
      100 acres within which is 50 acres already conveyed to Thomas Doughty
      being part of 114 1/4 acres conveyed to William Hollinshead and recorded
      at the Surveyor General's office in Burlington Lib U Folio 294
      Wit: Josiah Albertson, Isaac Pine.  endorsed 1807 July 29.
   ld 1807 Jul 21 NJ_GCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_L P7   D(20080603GJB76)
      History: Surveyed to Andrew Griscom Lib. M Folio 320 Burlington
      Willed to sons Everett & William
      1774 May 11 to James Willets
      1807 Jun 10 to David Ireland
      Grantor: David Ireland of Weymouth Twp., Gloucester Co.
      Grantee: Thomas Doughty of afsd
      Transaction: $200 for 50 acres
      Description: POB ~Line of Isaac Sharps cedar swamp near head of main
      branch [Tar Kiln?] of Turkey Hoe River and alongside Sharps line.
      Thence ~N13*W 105perches to Isaac Sharps to white oak near the mouth of a
      branch of said Turkey Hoe River "Youngs Branch."
      Thence ~S77*E 80 perches
      Thence ~S13*W [E] 105 perches
      Thence ~N77*W 80 perches
      Containing:  50 acres + hwy allowances
   n. HoGS&CCo, NJ - Ts Cushing & Sheppard, Esq. P162a
      agent of Glo. Co. Bible Soc., Weymouth Twp. - Thomas Doughty.
   n. 2009/01/18 Mark Parsons via GJB76.
      1816 Apr 29 organized. Gloucester County Bible Society.
         Agents:
         Weymouth Twp -
            John Steelman Esq.
            Thomas Doughty
            Jeremiah Smith
            Thomas Smith
            Benjamin Weatherby Esq.
            Peter Steelman
         Hamilton Twp -
            John Estell
            Frederick Steelman
            Uriah Gaskill
            Enos Veal
            William Ackley Esq.
            John Smith [probably Enos Veal's sister-in-law's husband]
         Great Egg Harbor Twp -
            Joseph Risley Esq.
            Samuel Leeds Jr.
            Daniel Lake
            Daniel Leeds
            Enoch Risley
            Thomas Doughty
            David Somers
            Isaac English
   n. Road Books of Gloucester Co.   GJB76 - need to get more.
      Road Book B: 80
      1809 Jan 23 At "the house of Thomas Doughty" of Weymouth [This language
      usually indicated an inn where public and governmental business was often
      conducted. 1809 would pre-date the earliest tavern license on record for
      Doughty by 5 years.] Road through Great Egg Harbor, Weymouth, and Galloway
      [This pre-dates Hamilton.] ~House of Thomas Doughty on Turkey Hoe Road
      ~Bridge over South River ~Over Cedar Branch ~Leemills?/Lumises? causeway
      in road from John Wheaton's tavern toward Blue Anchor ~Through land of
      Thomas Doughty, William Jonas Keen, & Weymouth Furnace.
      Signed 1809 Jan 24
      John Lake & Japhet Ireland--Great Egg Harbor, Benjamin Treen--Weymouth,
      Nehemiah Blackman--Galloway
      Road Book B: 66
      1810     Mentioned the following:
         Amos Ireland
      South River
         Joseph Collings
         Rebecca Steelman
         Daniel Camp
      Gipsons Creek
      Drummonds Field
         Elihu Lee
      Tuckahoe River
         JOhn Champion
      WEymouth Co.
         Elias Smith, Esq.
         Heirs of Daniel Benezett
         Nicholas Godfrey
         John Champion
      [Certainly in the vicinity of Tract #4 of the Thomas Doughty to Joseph and
      Moses Deed, obtained from David Ireland. [55 acres mentions Elihu Lee's
      lot (formerly Joseph Ingersoll), John Drummond, Smith's lane, Weatherby's
      corner, Ireland's division line.]
      Signed:
      John Steelman, Enos Veal--Weymouth
      James English, Daniel Adams--Egg Harbor
      Thomas Westcott--Galloway
   n. Note: RWC76  Road Book B: 80 the two Toms in the same paragraph - where
      was the Col. Tom? RWC's Mary Babcock's half-uncle or hguncle or something
      and maybe a clue as to why George Y. Keen is in William M. (Hannah Ann
      Thompson) grave lot.
   n. 2008/06/22 GJB76-NJGF  Enos Veal's tavern Licenses for the present
      location of the Midway Inn.  Abstracted by GCHSoc
      1814 Mar 1 Location: Twp. of Hamilton
         Petitioners: John Estill, Thomas Ireland, John Dailey,
         Nichs. [Nicholas] Rape, James Gifford, Abner Gaskiln
         [Gaskill from Gascoyne], Jona. Steelman, William Treen, David Baker,
         Zediah Smith, Platts Veal, Evi Dailey, William Ackley, John Smith,
         Joseph Smith, Samuel Harbet, John Smith, Henry Veal, Joseph Banks,
         Benjamin Parson, Frederick Steelman, Japhet Hickman, John Wheatton,
         James Trice [Price?].
         Reverse: Granted $10. John Abel, Paul Keens
      1816 June 18 Name of Tavern: Veals Tavern, Location: Township of Hamilton
         Petitioners: Philip Samuel, William Ackley, Jesse Mattocks,
         Caleb Reeve, John Estill, Joseph Bank, Wm. Brookfield, Lewis M. Walker,
         Josiah Alberson, Benjamin Scull, Samuel Fenimore, John Steelman,
         James Wood, Wm.  Hollinshead, Wallace Lippincott, Thomas Reeve,
         Wm.  Fisler, George Matthews, John Doughty, Benjamin Weatherby.
         Reverse: Granted 1816 June 19 $10 + $2.62-1/2 court costs
         Enos Keen, Andrew Heelm, Georg. Mathew
      -----------------
      GJB76 Notes: Platts Veal was brother to Enos Veal, Henry likely son of
         brother John.  Benjamin Parsons was their step-father.
         William Hollinshead of Greenwich, Gloucester Co sold the Veals and
         Parsons most of their land. Hollinshead owned well over 40,000 acres.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R81 P162   (recheck youth age groups)
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Hamilton Twsp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas Doughty __________/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 (Thomas)_________________ 70-79MW
 (Prudence)_______________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
   n. fix discrepancy 1830.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R81 P162
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Hamilton Twp. (index says Franklin Twp.)
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Thomas Doughty __________/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R81 P162
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Hamilton Twp. (index says Franklin Twp.)
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Job Ireland _____________/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R81 P162
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Hamilton Twp. (index says Franklin Twp.)
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Aaron Ireland ___________/2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   wm 1833 Feb 14 C564,565 Thomas Doughty, Hambleton Twp, Gloucester Co.
      Wife Prudende the whole of my property real and personal during her
      natural life.  She is given full power to sell any part or all of same.
      After her death Executors to sell all that is left, and pay to my son
      Joseph or his heirs $50.00.
      To daughter Millicent Gwynn (writing very crowded and difficult to
      decipher) or her heirs $50.00
      To daughter Ruth Eggman or her heirs $50.00
      After paying debts, expenses and legacies above, it is my will that an
      equal division be made among my 8 children, viz; Lydia Ireland or her
      heirs 1/8th part; Joseph Doughty 1/8 part or his heirs; Benjamin Doughty
      1/8th; Milicient Gwynn 1/8th; Thomas Doughty 1/8th; Ruth Eggman 1/8th;
      Andrew Doughty 1/8th; Elizabeth MacMullin 1/8th.  Money for Thomas, Andrew
      and Elizabeth or their heirs to be paid to each quarterly in 8 equal
      payments.  Proved: 1834 Jan 07
      Executor: My trusty brother Joseph Ingersull and Jonathan Lore.
      Witness: William Pollard, Sarah S. Lore, Jonathan Lore.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R___ P31A L15
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.  ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joseph Ingersull ________/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Joseph Ingersole)_______ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 with Prudence (nee Parsons 05) Doughty
   Lydia 06       Joseph 06      Benjamin 06    Millicent 06   Thomas 06
   b              ~1780          b              b              b
   Ruth 06        Andrew 06      Elizabeth 06
   b              b1803          b1806
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Lydia Doughty 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 05 et ux Prudence (nee Parsons 05) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ David Ireland 06
   n. 1816 Gloucester County Court Records, Affidavit #1210. From GJB 2000/07/26
      William Lee of Philadelphia complains that David Ireland owes him $443.93
      "+ upwards" and should not be released from debtor's prison because of his
      behavior. Lee testified that "he verily believes that the said David
      Ireland has acted in collusion with Thomas Doughty (his father-in-law) in
      conveying and transferring his real-estate to the said Thomas Doughty for
      the purpose of enabling the said David Ireland to take the oath of
      affirmation required by Law in support of his application [to be
      released]."
         In other words, to avoid paying his debts and appealing to be released
      from prison because he has no means to pay Lee (and maybe others), David
      Ireland transferred his property to his father-in-law, Thomas Doughty.
      Or so says Lee.
         It appears that this is the Thomas Doughty (m. Prudence Parsons) of
      Hamilton Township. He named a daughter Lydia Ireland in his will, so she
      must be the wife of David Ireland, mentioned above. How did this turn out?
      Well, two of the lots that passed from Thomas to his sons Joseph and Moses
      at his death were a 50-acre (located on a Hartman map) and a 55-acre lot,
      both acquired from David Ireland.  Looks like Willie Lee came up short.
   n. 1817 Oct 27 Washington Whig, William Schultz - Publisher, Abst. P16.
      Fulling, Dressing, and Dying.  The subscriber respectfully inform their
      friends and the public generally, that their mill is now in complete
      operation, and they are prepared to execute with care and dispatch, all
      orders they maybe forwarded with.  J. E. Garwood, from his long practice
      in the above business, has little doubt, but that they will be able to
      give general satisfaction.  Joseph E. Garwood, David Ireland, Ireland's
      Mill, Bridgeton
 with David Ireland 06

Joseph Doughty 06
   bm~1780 ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 05 et ux Prudence (nee Parsons 05) Doughty
   mf 1806 Apr 28 Prudence Lore 06 in Cumberland Co., NJ - The Lore Family, S.
      R. Hoffman
   bf 1783 May 15 to David Lore 05 et ux Tabitha (nee Sheppard 05) Lore twin to
      Phebe Lore 06 in Maurice River Twp., NJ.  Inherited a share of her
      father's moveable estate with her two sisters.  Geneal. Data from Cumb. Co
      Wills - Craig & NJA V38 P62.
   ld 1810 Jan 31 NJ_CuCDR Rec. 1810 Mar 03 B_15 P_486.
      Grantor: This indenture in three parts. Lawyers of David Lore, dec'd have
      made partition of land in Maurice River agreeable to the last will and
      testament of David Lore, dec'd as follows.
      Grantee: Jonathan Lore, son of David late of Maurice River, Cumberland
      Co., N. J., dec'd, on the first part; David Mason and Phebe his wife, late
      Phebe Lore, daughter of said David Lore, on the second part; Joseph
      Doughty and Prudence his wife, late Prudence Lore, another daughter of
      said David Lore, on the third part.
      Transaction:
      Description: Three tracts or pieces of land and swamp situated in the
      Township of Maurice River, Cumberland Co., N. J.
      Tract 1.
      Beginning at a post ? in the line of Abbot's, the same being corner of a
      tract of land which said David Lore purchased of Nathaniel Holms,
      Thence on Abbots line N 154P to a corner;
      Thence E 294P to a Pine tree marked for a corner;
      Thence S11.5W 188P to an Oak corner;
      Thence N59.5W 146P to a Pine for a corner;
      Thence S28W 106P to a White Oak for a corner;
      Thence W 90P to the Point-of-Beginning containing 200 acres.
      the same more or less which said David Lore purchased from Eli Elmer at
      a Sheriff's sale.
      Tract 2.
      Part of a cedar swamp which David Lore purchased from Jonathan Dollas.
      Beginning at a stake standing near the head of Jonas Hoffman's Mill pond
      being the beginning corner of said swamp;
      Thence N19W 2C50L;
      Thence N8W 4C to a stake for a corner;
      Thence across the swamp N64E 7C to a stake;
      Thence S8E 4C;
      Thence S19E 5C50L;
      Thence S1E 4C40L;
      Thence N61W 8C40L containing 6.01 acres.
      Tract 3.
      Tract of cedar swamp situate on the West side of Murky Creek, beginning at
      a corner of Steven Murphy's land by the side of said creek, where a fallen
      cedar former by Mood
      Thence N12.5W about 64R to the upland that is up the swamp, binding on the
      edge of the upland to a Maple in the foot of a small branch on a straight
      line;
      Thence N83E 16R;
      Thence S12.5E to the mark aforesaid;
      Thence down the creek to a gut for the beginning 96 acres be the same more
      or less full moeity or half part portion of him the said Jonathan Lore up
      and in the premises, the said Phebe, wife of David Mason ...
      piece of land and swamp aforesaid situate in township aforesaid follows
      The first piece
      Beginning at an Oak being a corner of Scott survey and also John Abbott
      land,
      Thence N 236P on Abott's line to a White Oak;
      Thence E to Scott's line
      Thence bounding thereon to the POB containing 100 acres be the same more
      or less which said David Lore purchased from Nathaniel Holmes;
      Second piece swamp to which the said David Lore purchased from Jonathan
      Dollas beginning at a corner of said Dollas,
      Thence binding thereon N64E 28P to a Cedar corner;
      Thence S8E 15P7L;
      S64W 28P to a corner;
      Thence N8W to the beginning containing 2.5 acres less the third piece
      a part of a piece of Cedar swamp on Muskie beginning at a corner of
      Reeve's swamp and a double Cedar;
      Thence N12.5W 51P to a White Oak standing on the upland;
      Thence S48.5W 10P to a large Beach;
      Thence through the swamp S12.5E to Musky;
      Thence to the beginning containing 3 acres be the same more or less for
      the full fourth part.
      Prudence, said wife of Joseph Doughty, by his heirs and assigns, shall
      have sole .....
      First piece
      Beginning at a White Oak being the second corner in the original deed
      given by Nathaniel Holmes;
      Thence N39.25W 146P
      Thence N28.25E 134P
      Thence W 90P
      Thence S 216P to a White Oak comes Phebe's land;
      Thence by the same E to Scot's line
      Thence to the beginning containing 100 acres more or less;
      Second piece
      Beginning at the corner of said Jonathan piece of Cedar swamp
      Thence N8W 12P to said Phebe North corner;
      Thence by the same N64E 28P;
      Thence S8E 12P to Jonathan Lore's corner;
      Thence by the same to the POB containing 2 acres of swamp;
      Third piece
      Beginning at the run in Muske at said Phebe's corner;
      Thence through the swamp N12.5W to a large Beech corner, also Phebe's lot,
      Thence by the edge of the swamp taking the small branch to Jonathan Lore's
      corner;
      Thence by the same to Muske;
      Thence up Muske to the beginning containing 3 acres be the same more or
      less, for the full fourth part.
      Jonathan Lore, David Mason and Phebe his wife do hereby grant, release and
      confirm unto said Prudence Doughty, her heirs and assigns forever all
      their right and estate ...
      Joseph Doughty and Prudence his wife do hereby grant, release and confirm
      unto the said Phebe Mason, all their right and estate ....
      David Mason and Phebe his wife, and Joseph Doughty and Prudence his wife
      do hereby grant, release and confirm unto said Jonathan Lore and his ...
      Signed: Jonathan Lore, David Mason, Phebe Mason, Joseph Doughty, Prudence
      Doughty
      Witness: Isaac Townsend, David Mulford, Jr.
   ld 1813 Apr 14 NJ_CuCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_24 P_145.
      Grantor: David Mason of Downe Twsp. et ux Phebe, Joseph Doughty of Maurice
      River Twp. et ux Prudence
      Grantee: Richard Shaw of Maurice River Twp.
      Transaction: $90 for 3 acres situate on N. side of Manumushkin Ck. Land
      was previously interited from David Lore - late of Downe Twp.
   ld 1814 May 20 NJ_CuCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_25 P_192
      Grantor: Samuel Laycock
      Grantee: Joseph Doughty of the township of Maurice River et ux Prudence
      Transaction: 100 acres for $750
      Description: US N39.25W 146p; N28.25E
      144p; W 90p; S 216p; E to Scott's line; along Scott's line to POB
      containing 100 acres.  Being a part of lands of David Souder per deed of
      partition executed by Jonathan Lore, David Mason et ux Phebe 1810 Jan 31.
   ld 1815 Dec 07 NJ_GCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_W P_536. Abs.  20090127 GJB76
      NJGF9544.
      Grantor: David Ireland of Weymouth Twp.
      Grantee: Thomas Doughty of Hamilton Twp.
      Transaction: $1000 for 50 acres.
      Description: POB SE corner Elisha Lee's lot, formerly Joseph Ingersul, in
      division line between that lot and John Drummon _________ [space] about
      41 chains and 70 lx from beginning pine corner.
      Along division line N24.5*E 17 chains to corner of Japhet Smith
      N65.5*W "with said smiths line" 29 chains 30lx to Weatherby's corner
      S25.5*W 17 chains to small oak, corner of Ingersul/Ireland division line
      S65*E 28 chains and 98 lx
      containing 50 acres
      Commentary: GJB76  David Ireland got from George Ireland 1810July4
      Wit: Andrew Capon OR Carson [Corson] & Stephen Willis of Cumberland Co.
      1815 Dec 17 Endorsed by Stephen Willis
   ld 1821 Jun 02 NJ_CuCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_39 P_515
      Grantor: Joseph Doughty et ux Prudence
      Grantee: Jonathan Lore
      Transaction: $2400 for land in Maurice River Twp.
      Description: North side of Manumushkin Ck. at Cole Landing:  N27.20'W
      10c50l; N31.30' 8c8l; N31.30'E 13c87l; N36W 7c75l; N43E 6c52L; S46.30'
      15c25l; S40.30' 6c75l; S17.30'E 37c25l; S17.30'E 37c25l to Manumushkin
      Ck. and down Creek to POB containing 56 acres. (2) N49E 3r to top of bank,
      then N49 28c85l; S15E 6C17l; et al.
   n. the above note implies:   if 82 in 1862 then 20 in 1810 => b<1790
   n. Bingham Family Gazette 19971209 V3N3P4 will of Tabitha Groom 1825 Oct 20
      Proved 1832 Mar 20  by 1st husband, Jonathan Lore, survived by Phebe who
      mm David Mason, Prudence who mm Joseph Doughty and Jonathan Lore, Jr..
      Tabitha mm Rev. Peter Groom _ 2nd of the West Creek Baptist Church.  From
      Atlantic Co. Library Fola Bevan/GJBingham  Ruth Blizzard Doughty df
      18740522(18?), "32 Market PM stepdau. Jean Lore"
      On Lore's Lane, just north and on the river side of the main residential
      area. An 1862 Hartman map locates Joseph and his wife Prudence at this
      site on Lore's Lane, part of the Lore family homestead.
      1862 as observed on old map shown by GJB76 at CuCHS 1997.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M704 R__ P___                     2008/07/11 CG.
      OH, Brown Co., Perry Twp.  ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joseph Doughty __________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 (Joseph)_________________ 40-49MW
 (Prudence)_______________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   ld 1834 Jul 19 NJ_GCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_K3 P_380    GJB76.
      Grantor: Thomas Doughty, late of Hamilton Twp., Glou. Co., NJ
      Grantee: Prudence Doughty, beloved wife, Moses Doughty of Hamilton Twp.
      and Joseph Doughty of Perry, Brown Co., OH
      Interestingly, the executors of the will were Joseph Ingersol and Jonathan
      Lore.
      Witness: Israel Stratton and David Lore, two Port Elizabeth residents.
      Transaction:  four plots for $1800.
      Description: The first two were in Hamilton Township consisting of
      100 acres and 14.8 acres adjacent.
      The second plot Thomas Doughty purchased from Thomas and Joshua Smith in
      1814. The Smiths acquired it from Elias Smith, Esq.  The Doughty boys
      resold these two lots on 1834 October 11 for $850 to John Estill of
      Weymouth (Gloucester Deeds K#-502), so I imagine they are now a part of
      Estell Manor.
      Thomas Doughty purchased lots #3 and #4 from David Ireland, #3 in 1807.
      The 50 acres of #3 was on the "Turkeyho" River. #4 added 55 acres that
      bounded on Elihu Lee's land, formerly Joseph Ingersol's.
      To research:
      *Gloucester deeds L-7 David Ireland to Thomas Doughty.
      *Gloucester Deeds W-536 same parties, maybe plot #4 from above.
      *Gloucester deeds K-479 William Hollingshead (a large land owner from
      Greenwich, Gloucester Co.) to Thomas Doughty. This is plot #1.
      *Brown Co, Ohio, census and tax records for 1800 to 1840 or so.
      *Records of Yelverton Doty in Sussex Co, and the full text of the Egg
      Harbor will.
   df 1843 Jun 04 at 60Y.  Ref. James, John & T's Sheppard V1, Rob't Dallas Dare
      also The Lore Family - Sara R. Hoffman.
 with Prudence (nee Lore 06) Doughty   - boy missing below by census.
   Tabitha 07     Lydia 07       David 07       Elizabeth 07   Ruth 07
   b              b              b              b              b

Benjamin Doughty 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Doughty _ et ux Prudence (nee Parsons _) Doughty

Millicent Doughty 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Doughty _ et ux Prudence (nee Parsons _) Doughty

Thomas Doughty 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Doughty _ et ux Prudence (nee Parsons _) Doughty

Ruth Doughty 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Doughty _ et ux Prudence (nee Parsons _) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ John Eggman 06
   n. posted by Andrew Eggman Jr. on 1997 July 12 Sat
      A lot of EGGMAN's were in Brown county from 1824-1840 a John EGGMAN,
      EGMAN, EGMONT< EGMON. Was born 1781 in NJ. I believe this John married
      two times, first to Hannah Hand Furness on June 4th 1804. After her
      death in Dec. 1815 he married Ruth Doughty. John died about 1834/5 IN
      Brown County.
   n. wf 1809 Nov 9. Cumberland Co. Wills, B_A P_237
      Margaret Furness of Maurice River Township (from the names involved,
      Port Elizabeth)
      To son, Samuel Furness, house and 1/2 the lot adjacent. The other half
      to Margaret "Furnes" "Egman," daughter of John Egman. She to get the
      house after Samuel. Daughter, Mary Worth(?), house near Heisler's mill
      adjacent to Elisha Smith. 1/2 the clothes to Hannah Egman. Executor:
      John Egman Witnesses: Benjamin Fisler, Jonathan Dallas, Eli Stratton.
      John Egman administered as late as 1810 Jun 7.---abstracted by GJBingham,
      1999. [Note: I believe Heisler's Mill was close to Cumberland
      Furnace, not in Heislersville as one might expect.]
 with John Eggman 06

Andrew Doughty 06
   bm 1803 ___ __ to Thomas Doughty 05 et ux Prudence (nee Parsons 05) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Kesiah _ 06
   bf 1809
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686 P398 L19 987/987
      NJ, Camden Co., Camden, Winslow Twsp P137
      PO:  Chews Landing, 1860 Jul 10 Joshua Sickler, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemark
 Andrew Doughty             57M Laborer                 100NJ
 Kesiah                     51F                            NJ
   dm 1880 Aug 27 at Gloucester City  CDP18800828.

Elizabeth Doughty 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Doughty _ et ux Prudence (nee Parsons _) Doughty
   mm 1828 Sep 06 John McMullen _, native of Ireland, she of Gloucester Co., by
      Rev. Nathan Foster, Esq. at Millville, NJ arb Washington Whig 1828 Sep 20
      P172.
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Tabitha Doughty 07
   bf ____ ___ ___ to Joseph Doughty 06 with Prudence (nee Lore 06) Doughty
   mm 1832 ____ __ Reuben Camp 07
   n. Index George Rogers Clark Illinois Regiment American Colonial Wars
      ...Names: John Doughty. 6509-4-588-589-July 20, 1780: Bottom document.
      ...... Reference to furnishing a knife from Fort Jefferson Public Store
      to Reuben Camp. ...  my.execpc.com/~sril/clarkv04 - Googled 2007/Jun/21.

Lydia Doughty 07
   bf ____ ___ ___ to Joseph Doughty 06 with Prudence (nee Lore 06) Doughty
   mm 1822 ___ ___ Andrew Mart 07
   c. 1840 GET
      OH, Brown Co., Perry Twp.  P329

David Doughty 07
   bm ____ ___ ___ to Joseph Doughty 06 with Prudence (nee Lore 06) Doughty

Elizabeth Doughty 07
   bf ____ ___ ___ to Joseph Doughty 06 with Prudence (nee Lore 06) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ ___ _ Lightfoot 07

Ruth Doughty 07
   bf ____ ___ ___ to Joseph Doughty 06 with Prudence (nee Lore 06) Doughty
   mm 1834 ___ ___ Eli Lightfoot 07 in Clinton Co., OH.
   bm ____ ___ __ to Jeptha Lightfoot
   c. 1840 GE
      OH, Brown Co., Perry Twp.  P329
   dm<1841
 with Eli Lightfoot 07 eight children in Berrien Co., MI.   20081101 DixonS.


LINKAGE END 14    Thomas Doughty/Prudence

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LINKAGE BEGIN 19  Benjamin Doughty/Euphemia


Benjamin Doughty 09
   bm 1761 ___ __ need badly.
   mf ____ ___ __ Euphemia _ 09
   n. moved with son John to Perry Twp., Brown Co., OH.  This is the same as
      the move of Joseph Doughty/Prudence Lore, son of Thomas.
   c. 1820 P407.   Get.
      OH, Brown Co., Perry Twp.
   c. 1840 Get
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 Index P_  R_  P33  L12.  James J. Smith. 9/6/16 MP.
      OH, Brown Co.  ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Benjamin Doughty ________/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
   df 1846 ___ __ OH, Brown Co., Perry Twp., interred Cramer Cemetery,  Brown
      Co., Perry Twp.
   dm 1853 ___ __ OH, Clermont Co., interred Cramer Cemetery,  Brown Co.,
      Perry Twp.
 with Euphemia
   John 10        Hannah A 10
   b1808          b18120401

John Doughty 10
   bm 1808 ___ __ to Benjamin Doughty 09 et ux Euphemia in NJ.
   mf ____ ___ __ Frances Blackman 10 of south NJ.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 Index P_  R_  P33  L16.  James J. Smith. 9/6/16 MP.
      OH, Brown Co.  ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Doughty ____________/2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   dm 1850
 with Frances (nee Blackman 10) Doughty
   John B 10
   b18350312

Hannah A. Doughty 10
   bf 1812 Apr 01 to Benjamin Doughty 09 et ux Euphemia in NJ, Burlington Co.
      OH_HoBC.
   mm ____ ___ __ Thurstin Granger 10. OH_HoBC.
   bm 1803 Oct 01 to Ephraim Granger 09 et ux Dorotha (nee Lambkin _09) Granger
      in Cuyahoga Co., NY as was his grandfather.. OH_HoBC.
   n. In 1814, Thurstin's parents came to this township, and bought fifty acres
      of land, southwest of Vera Cruz. Ephraim Granger dm 1839 July 4 wife
      Dorotha df 1854. five living, all born in this township. OH_HoBC.
   n. Benjamin D. and Francis M. are physicians at Russell Station, Highland
      Co., Ohio; Margaret A., married to John Gustin, a cooper in Indianapolis;
      Mary A., widow of Eli Smith, now living at Milford, dress-maker and
      Sarah A., dress-maker and milliner in Fayetteville. Besides the homestead,
      Mr. Granger also owns 160 acres of land in this township. Mr. and Mrs.
      Granger are members of the M.E. Church. OH_HoBC.
 with Thurstin Granger 10, 11 children 5g, 5b. 1883 5 living. OH_HoBC.
   Benjamin D 11  Framcis M 11   Margaret A 11  Sarah A 11     _ 11
   b              b              b              b              b
   _ 11           _ 11           _ 11           _ 11           _ 11
   b              b              b              b              b
   _ 11
   b

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John Benjamin Doughty 11
   bm 1835 Mar 12 to John Doughty 10 et ux Frances (nee Blackman 10) Doughty
      in Clermont Co., OH.
   n. The descendants from here are largely contributed by Dollie Myers -
      2000 Oct 22 RWC75.
   mf 1865 Oct 26 Eliza Jane Morehouse 11, widow of _ Abdon
   bf 1840 ___ __ in IN.
   df 18__ ___ __ Pike Co., IN.
   dm 1918 Jan 23 at Velpin, Pike Co., IN.
 with Eliza Jane (nee Morehouse 11) Abdon 11 Doughty
   Rebecca Jane12 Mary E 12      Benjamin F 12  William L 12   Lewis E 12
   b18651018      b18690930      b18720108      b18750126      b18771211
   Martha Ellen12
   b1880

Rebecca Jane Doughty 12
   bf 1865 Oct 18 to John Benjamin Doughty 11 et ux Eliza Jane (nee Morehouse
      11) Abdon 11 Doughty in IN.

Mary Elizabeth Doughty 12
   bf 1869 ___ __ to John Benjamin Doughty 11 et ux Eliza Jane (nee Morehouse
      11) Abdon 11 Doughty in IN.
   mm ____ ___ __ Peter Henry Hoffman 12
   bm 1863
   df 1887?
   n. Francis Rose Hoffman df 1962 mm 1894 William H. Day, Sr. dm 1966 Princeton
      Indiana.  They had Neil Gilbert Day b1919 m1940 Mary J. Garner and had
      Ruthanna Day bf1944 mm 1963 Stephen Thompson.
 with Peter Henry Hoffman 12
   Frances R 13
   b1896

Benjamin F. Doughty 12
   bm 1872 Jan 08 to John Benjamin Doughty 11 et ux Eliza Jane (nee Morehouse
      11) Abdon 11 Doughty in IN.

William Lemuel Doughty 12
   bm 1875 Jan 26 to John Benjamin Doughty 11 et ux Eliza Jane (nee Morehouse
      11) Abdon 11 Doughty in IN.

Lewis Edward Doughty 12
   bm 1877 Dec 11 to John Benjamin Doughty 11 et ux Eliza Jane (nee Morehouse
      11) Abdon 11 Doughty in Danville, Vermillion Co., IL.
   mf 1896 Jun 11 Emma Jane Summers 12
   bf 1880 Feb 14 to Connor Summers 11 et ux Mary (nee Pitman 12) Summers
   df 1962 Oct 26 at Oakland City, Gibson Co., IN.
   dm 1952 Feb 15 in hospital at Evansville, Vanderburgh, IN.
 with Emma Jane (nee Summers 12) Doughty
   Otto L 13      Ollie E 13     Frank 13       Zona Mae 13    Myrtle M 13
   b18980403      b19010725      b19030720      b19050717      b19081127
   Lelah Ann 13   Beatrice J 13  Ruth 13        John L 13      Matilda 13
   b19100128      b19130422      b19140815      b19160307      b
   Inez P 13
   b

Martha Ellen Doughty 12
   bf 1880 ___ __ to John Benjamin Doughty 11 et ux Eliza Jane (nee Morehouse
      11) Abdon 11 Doughty in IL.
   df 1881 ___ __ in IL.
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Otto Lemuel Doughty 13
   bm 1898 Apr 03 to Lewis Edward Doughty 12 et ux Emma Jane (nee Summers 12)
      Doughty
   dm 1934 Nov 27 in Indiana.

Ollie Edward Doughty 13
   bm 1901 Jul 25 to Lewis Edward Doughty 12 et ux Emma Jane (nee Summers 12)
      Doughty in Pike Co., IN.
   mf 1917 Jun 29 Beulah Eva (nee Thomas 13) Doughty in Pike Co., IN.
   bf 1903 Mar 13 to Samuel Moses Thomas 13) et ux Telitha Ellen (nee Dennis 13)
      Doughty in Terre Haute, Vigo Co., IN.
   df 1983 Aut 21 in Springdale, Washington Co., AR.
   dm 1987 Oct 17 in AR.
 with Beulah Eva (nee Thomas 13) Doughty
   Olive Emma 14  Opal Ellen 14  Lewis E 14     Nellie Mae 14  Margie 14
   b              b              b              b              b1927
   Ollie D 14     Manford E 14
   b              b

Frank Doughty 13
   bm 1903 Jul 20 to Lewis Edward Doughty 12 et ux Emma Jane (nee Summers 12)
      Doughty
   dm 1904 Sep 12 in IN.

Zona Mae Doughty 13
   bf 1905 Jul 17 to Lewis Edward Doughty 12 et ux Emma Jane (nee Summers 12)
      Doughty
   df 1975 Jan 12 in IN.

Myrtle Melvina Doughty 13
   bf 1908 Nov 27 to Lewis Edward Doughty 12 et ux Emma Jane (nee Summers 12)
      Doughty
   df 1986 Jul 16 in IN.

Lelah Ann Doughty 13
   bf 1910 Jan 28 to Lewis Edward Doughty 12 et ux Emma Jane (nee Summers 12)
      Doughty

Beatrice Joy Doughty 13
   bf 1913 Apr 22 to Lewis Edward Doughty 12 et ux Emma Jane (nee Summers 12)
      Doughty
   df 1997 Dec 19 in KY.

Ruth Doughty 13
   bf 1914 Aug 15 to Lewis Edward Doughty 12 et ux Emma Jane (nee Summers 12)
   df 1976 Apr 02 in IN.
      Doughty

John L. Doughty 13
   bm 1916 Mar 07 to Lewis Edward Doughty 12 et ux Emma Jane (nee Summers 12)
      Doughty
   dm stillborn.

Matilda Doughty 13
   bf ____ ___ __ to Lewis Edward Doughty 12 et ux Emma Jane (nee Summers 12)
      Doughty

Inez Pauline Doughty 13
   bf ____ ___ __ to Lewis Edward Doughty 12 et ux Emma Jane (nee Summers 12)
      Doughty
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Olive Emma Doughty 14
   bf ____ ___ __ to Ollie Edward Doughty 13 et ux Beulah Eva (nee Thomas 13)
      Doughty

Opal Ellen Doughty 14
   bf ____ ___ __ to Ollie Edward Doughty 13 et ux Beulah Eva (nee Thomas 13)
      Doughty

Lewis Edward Doughty 14
   bm ____ ___ __ to Ollie Edward Doughty 13 et ux Beulah Eva (nee Thomas 13)
      Doughty

Nellie Mae Doughty 14
   bf ____ ___ __ to Ollie Edward Doughty 13 et ux Beulah Eva (nee Thomas 13)
      Doughty

Margie Doughty 14
   bf 1927 ___ __ to Ollie Edward Doughty 13 et ux Beulah Eva (nee Thomas 13)
      Doughty in IN.
   df stillborn

Ollie Dewaine Doughty 14
   bf ____ ___ __ to Ollie Edward Doughty 13 et ux Beulah Eva (nee Thomas 13)
      Doughty

Manford Eugene Doughty 14
   bf ____ ___ __ to Ollie Edward Doughty 13 et ux Beulah Eva (nee Thomas 13)
      Doughty

LINKAGE END 19  Benjamin Doughty/Euphemia  - bro to Thomas/Pru

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Margaret Doty _
   bf
   mm 1759 Jul 30 Joseph Utter _ in Westfield, N. J.
   n. DOUGHTY, JONES, UTTER posted by Albert T. Jones on 1998 Apr 5, Sunday.
      Looking for information on the marriage of Timothy Ellis Jones (1817 Apr
      14 - 1853 Aug 2) and Hannah Utter (1814 Aug 30 - 1889 Nov 16)
      married 19 November 1835 in Clermont co. Children of this marriage,
      Doughty Utter (1843 Apr 26 - 1916 Feb 04), William (1845), Sarah (1848),
      Sarah (1852), Nancy (1853). Espicially interested in Hannah's parents.
      My ancestor is DOUGHTY who served in the Civil War, was injured and
      moved to Bracken Co. after the war.  Albert T. Jones
   n. Joseph Utter, Jr. had Doughty Utter bm 1791 Oct 03 in PA.  The entire
      family moved to Clermont Co., OH. Doughty Utter, in the war of 1812,
      became a Colonel.   Lucia Rhodes, descandent.  GF_Doughty948.
 with Joseph Utter _
   Joseph _
   b1733?         b              b              b              b

Utter Doughty  _
   mf 1812 Mar 19 Leana Adams   OH_CCMR

Collins W. Doughty _
   bm~1846 Jun
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R
      OH, Clermont Co.
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Collins W. Doughty         36
 Joseph G.                   3
 Samantha J.                 1

James Doughty _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R ___ P026A
      OH, Clermont Co., Washington Twp.  Unnatur  __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __
 James___________/_ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _
 (James)_________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-18MW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW

Gerkin Doughty _
   n. name not certain
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R ___ P026A
      OH, Clermont Co., Washington Twp.  Unnatur  __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __
 Gerkin__________/_ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-26FW

Moses Doughty _
   bm 1812 ___ __ in NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca _ _
   bf 1811 ___ __ in NJ.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P_  R_  P_  L_.       Thanks CG.
      OH, Preble Co. ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Moses C. Douty __________/2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 (Joseph)_________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R
      OH, Clermont Co., Williamsburg Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 07
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Moses Dowty                38M                            NJ
 Rebecca                    39F                            NJ
 Joseph                     11M                            OH
 Mohala                      6F                            OH
 Emaline                     5F                            OH
 Susanna                     2F                            OH
 Samson J.                  3mM                            OH

Chambers Doughty _
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R
      OH, Clermont Co., Tate Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Ann Doughty

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LINKAGE BEGIN 15  Albert S. Doughty/Abbie
      This line ties into Daniel Doughty/Hannah Johnston somehow with son
      William Coffin Doughty interred at Pleasant Mills.

Albert S. Doughty 05
   bm 1833
   mf ____ ___ __ Abbie E. _ 05
   bf 1835
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686 P457 L13 1452/1452
      NJ, Camden Co., Waterford Township P202
      PO: Chews Landing, 1860 Jul 18 Joshua Sickler, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemark
 Albert S. Doughty          27M School teacher         200NJ
 Abby                       25F                           NJ
 William                     2M                           NJ
   n. 1887 NJ_CCD Alfred S Doughty oilcloth printer 434 Washington Camden NJ. sq
      1888 NJ_CCD Alfred S Doughty oilcloth printer 434 Washington Camden NJ. sq
      1890 NJ_CCD Alfred Doughty   oilcloth printer   728 New Camden NJ. sq
      1891 NJ_CCD Alfred Doughty   oilcloth printer   728 New Camden NJ. sq
   df 1896 May 31 at Kirkwood, NJ.  at 62y WJP 18960603, 65y CD 18960606
   dm 1899 Nov 20 killed at crossing for railroad track in Camden,NJ CD 18991125
      WJP 18991125 TR 18991121
   c. 1900 U. S. Census V8 E32 S5 L24 Camden
 A. S. Doughty b183601 NJ
 with Abbie E. (nee _ ) Doughty
   William C 06   Nellie M 06
   b18580409      b18670322
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William Coffin Doughty 06
   bm 1858 Apr 09 to Albert S. Doughty 05 et ux Abbie E. (nee _ 05) Doughty
   dm 1866 Dec 30 at 8Y WJP18670109, interred Pleasant Mills Cemetery,
      s/o A.S. and A.E. Doughty.
      http://home.adelphia.net/~budd/Pleasant.html  GJB.

Nellie M. Doughty 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to Albert S. Doughty 05 et ux Abbie E. (nee _ 05) Doughty
   mm 1885 Oct 14 Frederick Wands 06 of Phila, PA by Rev. Thomas Hanlon asst. by
      Rev. A. C. Gilmore & Rev. T. S. Wilson  CP18851015 CCC18851017

LINKAGE END 15  Albert S. Doughty/Abbie

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Lorenzo Doughty 13
   bm 1820
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah L. Matlack 13
   bf 1814 ___ __ to Josiah Matlack 12 et ux Saran (nee _ 12) Matlack
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R252 P011 L4  (recheck age groups)
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Haddonfield-Newton ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Lorenzo Doughty _________/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Lorenzo)_______________ 15-19MW
 (Hannah)________________ 15-19FW
   n. 1849 NJ_CCD Lorenzo Doughty, Plasterer, Walnut bel 5, GJB
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686 P745 L3 1045/1044
      NJ, Camden Co., Union Twsp., P145
      PO: Gloucester City, 1860 Jul 22 Jos. E. Sheppard Jr., Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemark
 Lorenzo Doughty            40M Master bricklayer       100NJ
 Hannah                     46F                            NJ
 Rachel                     17F Weaver                     NJ
 Hannah                     15F                            NJ
 Sarah E.                   13F                            NJ
 William                     5M                            NJ
   df 1878 Mar 23 at 65Y of consumption in Gloucester City, Camden Co., NJ
      married and parents names given as Josiah and Sarah Matlack NJDR VBE P133.
      Mrs. Hannah L. Doughty CD18780330 WJP18780327
   n. 1883 Camden City Directory 201 Bridge, bricklayer
   n. 1887 NJ_CCD Lorenzo Doughty stonemason 2d corner Howell, Cramer's Hill,
      Camden NJ. sq
      1888 NJ_CCD Lorenzo Doughty stonemason 2d corner Howell, Cramer's Hill,
      Camden NJ. sq
      1888 NJ_CCD Lorenzo Doughty bricklayer boards 511 Market Camden NJ. sq
      1889 NJ_CCD Lorenzo Doughty bricklayer boards 511 Market Camden NJ. sq
 with Hannah L. (nee Matlack 13) Doughty
   Rachel 14      Hannah 14      Sarah E 14     William 14
   b1843          b1845          b1847          b1855
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Rachel Doughty 14
   bf 1843 ___ __ to Lorenzo Doughty 13 et ux Hannah (nee Matlack 13) Doughty

Hannah Doughty 14
   bf 1845 ___ __ to Lorenzo Doughty 13 et ux Hannah (nee Matlack 13) Doughty

Sarah E. Doughty 14
   bf 1847 ___ __ to Lorenzo Doughty 13 et ux Hannah (nee Matlack 13) Doughty

William Doughty 14
   bm 1855 ___ __ to Lorenzo Doughty 13 et ux Hannah (nee Matlack 13) Doughty

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LINKAGE BEGIN 02 A William C./Reuben/Lorenzo Doughty Line

Willis Doughty _
   bm
   mf
   bf
   dm
   df
 with
   William C 05   Reuben 05
   b18150726      b181807

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William C. Doughty 05
   bm 1815 Jul 26 to Willis Doughty 70 in Millville, Millville Twp.,
      Cumberland Co., NJ. Date from Peters Family Bible, place from Civil War
      Pension file as stated by WCD71. BR_DF.
   mf 1838 Jun 30 Jane Ann McClure 05 in Port Elizabeth, Millville Twp.,
      Cumberland Co., NJ.  Witnessed by Reuben Doughty 05.  She is probable
      sister to Daniel McClure whose daughter Emaline married Reuben Doughty's
      son William J. Doughty 1868.  BR_DF.
   bf 1822 Aug 17 to 
      McClure in Dorchester, Maurice River Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ. BR_DF.
   n. GJ & GJB & TBW line.
   n. Jane had a sister Elizabeth McClure.
   n. much of the family records obtained 1998 Jan from Gwen Barshay (descend)
      Birthdates from the Peter's bible (Mary E. 72).  She is the expert on this
      family and has all of William C.'s Civil War records.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R446 P162B L33 451/451
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twsp.
      1850 Aug 19 Reuben Willets Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 William Doughty            32  Moulder Iron               NJ
 Jane                       27F                            NJ
 Catherine                  12F                            NJ
 Susan                      10F                            NJ
 Sarah                       4F                            NJ
 William                     2M                            NJ
   c. 1855 NJ, Millville Township
 William Doughty 1 male, 2 female, 1 school age male (5-14), 0 school age female
   n. NJ, Cumberland Co., Mortgagor Index A-K 1769-1924, LDS#0853723
      1857 May __ Liber 13, P305 William Doughty et ux 18660611
      1857 Oct 23 Liber 13, P419 William Doughty 185809__
      1857 Nov 16 Liber 13, P419 William Doughty 18620311
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R687 P722 L16 411/439
      NJ, Cumberland Co, Millville Twsp., P58
      PO:  Port Elizabeth, 1860 Aug 23 James Smith, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemark
 William Doughty            44M Laborer                  50NJ        X
 Jane A.                    37F                            NJ        X
 Susan                      18F Domestic                   NJ
 Sarah                      14F                            NJ
 William                    12M                            NJ
 Hannah A.                  10F                            NJ       X
 Mary E.                     8F                            NJ       X
 Samuel                      4M                            NJ
 John                       1mM                            NJ
 Hugh Fowler                 8M                            NJ
   n. 1860  Daniel McClure et ux Mary A. live next door
   n. 1861 Oct 18 Civil War Cumberland Co., Co. H, 4th NJ Vol, re-enlisted
      1863 Dec 02 and made Corporal 1865 Jan 23.  Was mustered out 1865 Jul 09
      Microcopy 123 R43 Vet. of Civil War
   dm 1868 Mar 26 in Medford, Medford Twp., Burlington Co., NJ. NJA VAL P70
      1868 buried in Medford.
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M___ R___ P015 L   96/104
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twp.
      PO: Chews Landing, 1870 ___ __ ______ _______, Ass't Marshal
  Name                       AgeSCOcc         RE    PP    BP      FMB  M  SIRem
  Jane Doughty                48FWKeeps house             NJ
  Samuel                      13
  John                        10
   n. History of Gloucester, Salem and Cumberland Counties, P60 Cumberland Co.,
      Company H, Enl 1861 Oct 18, re-enl. 1863 Dec 02, Corp. 1865 Jan 23,
      Mustered out 1865 Jul 09. Microcopy 123 R43 Vererans of Civil War,
      enumerated 1890 June, House 538, family 550, P9, 3rd Wd, City of Millville
      Jane A. Doughty, widow of William Doughty, private H Co., 4 NJ Inf.
   c. 1890 Jun House 538/family 550 P9 3rd wd Millville
 Jane Doughty                      Widow
   df 1919 Sep 05 in Millville, Cumberland Co., NJ
 with Jane Ann (nee McClure 05) Doughty
   Catherine B 06 Susan 06       Sarah Ann 06   William C 06   Hannah A 06
   b18400102      b18410618      b18460511      b18480717      b18501016
   Mary E 06      Samuel 06      John W 06
   b18521011      b18560705      b18570703


Reuben Doughty 05
   bm 1818 Jul __ to Willis Doughty 04 in Millville Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret _  05, may be McClure.
   bf 1823
   n. Much of the family records obtained 1998 Jan from Gwen Barshay (descend)
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R4__ P017
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twsp.
      1850                    Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Reuben Doughty             31                             NJ
 Margaret                   26                             NJ
 William J.                  3                             NJ
 Julia Ann Doughty           1                             NJ
 Catharine Ireland          63                             NJ
   n. 2007 Catherine Ireland seems to be former wife of John Lawrence McClure -
      RWC75.  What Ireland did she marry, what was her maiden name and where is
      she buried, probably between these two Censuses.
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R687 P724 L14 421/450
      NJ, Cumberland Co, Millville Twsp., P60
      PO: Port Elizabeth, 1860 Aug 23 James Smith, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemark
 Reuben Doughty             44M Laborer                  50NJ        X
 Margaret                   36F                            NJ        X
 William G.                 13M                            NJ
 Judith A.                  11F                            NJ
 Louisa                      8F                            NJ
 Restore                     6F                            NJ        X
 Sarah E.                    4F                            NJ
 Mary G.                     1F                            NJ
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R___ P_ L28 192/243.   20090531 GJB76.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville, 3rd Ward.
      PO: Millville,, 1870 Jun 18, E. W. Maylin, Ass't Marshal.

 Name                         AgeSCOccupation                   RE      PP      BP                 FMB  M  SRWNeed           Vote
 Dana Adams                    20MWWorks in Iron Foundry                        NJ
 Margaret Doughty              47FWKeeps House                                  NJ
 Anna Adams                    21FWKeeps House                                  NJ
 Gilbert Adams                  1MW                                             NJ
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R___ P_ L31 193/244.   20090531 GJB76.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville, 3rd Ward.
      PO: Millville,, 1870 Jun 18, E. W. Maylin, Ass't Marshal.

 Name                         AgeSCOccupation                   RE      PP      BP                 FMB  M  SRWNeed           CVote
 Reuben Doughty                50MWWorks in Bleachery                           NJ                                           /
 Louisa   -                    19FWWorks in Cotton Mill                         NJ
 Stewart  -                    16MWWorks in Cotton Mill                         NJ
 Sarah    -                    14FWWorks in Cotton Mill                         NJ
 Mary    -                     11FWWorks in Cotton Mill                         NJ
 Benjamin -                     9MW                                             NJ                          S
 George  -                      9MW                                             NJ                          S
 Gilbert Adams                  1MW                                             NJ

   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R776 V4 SD3 ED88 P29A L44 274/292
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville, 3'rd Ward
      1880 Jun 16 Ephraim Myers

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Reuben Doughty          MW 62       M  Laborer        NJ    NJ    NJ
 Margaret                FW 57       M  Keeping Ho     NJ    NJ    NJ
 Restore                 MW 27   SonS   Blacksmith     NJ    NJ    NJ
 Elizabeth               FW 24   DauS   Wks in cotton  NJ    NJ    NJ
 Mary                    FW 21   DauS   At home        NJ    NJ    NJ
 Benjamin                MW 20   SonS   Wks in cotton  NJ    NJ    NJ
 George                  MW 17   SonS   Wks in glass   NJ    NJ    NJ
 Cora                    FW 10   GDaS   At school      NJ    NJ    NJ
 Elijah                  MW  8   GSoS                  NJ    NJ    NJ
 Frank                   MW  7   GsoS                  NJ    NJ    NJ
 Willie                  MW  3   GSoS                  NJ    NJ    NJ

   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R V4 E88 S30 L3
      NJ,  Cumberland Co.
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Frank Doughty                    7

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R961  SD   ED141 S13A  L  /
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville, Ward 3.  R961, B2 P174.
      Enumerated: 1900       ,

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Reuben Doughty              WMJan1818 82M 63         NJ     NJ     NJ                                       YYYRH
 Margaret Doughty            WFOct1823 76M 6311 6     NJ     NJ     NJ                                       YYY
 Anna Lutz             Serv  WFJul1826 73W            NJ     NJ     NJ

   df 1902 Aug 30 at 79, wife of Reuben interred NJ, Millville, Mt. Pleasant
      Cemetery Records P27.
   dm 1903 Aug 24 in Mt. Pleasant, Millville, NJ Mt. Pleasant Cemetery Records
      P30. NJA death certificate says father is Willis Doughty from Sweden and
      mother is from Scotland. NJDR.
 with Margaret (nee _ 05) Doughty
   William J 06   Julia A 06     Louisa 06      Restore 06     Sarah E 06
   b1847          b1849          b1852          b1854           b1856
   Mary G 06      Benjamin 06    George 06
   b1859          b1860          b1863

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Catherine B. Doughty 06
   bf 1840 Jan 02 to William C. Doughty 05 et ux Jane Ann (nee McClure 05)
      Doughty in N.J.  BR_DF.
   mm 1855 Sep 30 James H. Sooy 06 South Jersey Church Records: Baptisms,
      Marriages, Deaths, 1750-1900, Vol. 2 of 2. Comp by Jeanne Hamell,
      GCHSoc, 1992: p405.
   bm~1828
   n. Tom Wood's line.
   c. 1910 U. S. Census T624 R V E F S13 F L //
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville, 2nd Pct., 3rd Wd.
      Enumerated: 1910

 Name                   Rel.  SCAgeSYrsNbNlPOB       FPOB      MPOB      YearYrsNatLanguage  Occupation     General        UneD D RWSchHome  SBDRemarks
 Amos Facemire                   64
 Jane A. Facemire       Wife     88   211 8NJ  (should be 58 not 88)
 Katherine Sooy         Dau      70
 Elsworth Sooy          Gson     39
 Joel Sooy              Gson     52

   dm 1884 Jun 23 in Millville, N.J.
 with James H. Sooy 06
   Joel 07        Charles 07     Jane 07        Clara 07       William E 07
   b1858          b18600913      ~1863          ~1866          b186907
   Ellsworth 07   George 07      Edward 07
   b187005        b187302        b187608

Susan Doughty 06
   bf 1841 Jun 18 to William C. Doughty 05 et ux Jane Ann (nee McClure 05)
      Doughty. BR_DF.
   mm 1860 Nov 24 Robert Boyd 06 in Millville, Millville Twp., Cumberland Co.,
      NJ
   bm~1820 in N.J.
   n. GF Boyd #959 gives children's names, but unable to contact author so
      posted a response on 2003/6/1 RWC75.
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R686  SD6  ED141 S10B  L65  161/205.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville, Dock St.
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 07, Joseph S. Pierce.

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Susan Boyd            Head  WFJun1841 58W 14 9 7NJ     NJ     NJ                                            YYYR H
 Kate Porch            Dau   WVNov1863 36W    0 0NJ     NJ     NJ                                            YYY
 Robert Boyd           Son   WMOct1866 33S       NJ     NJ     NJ               Day Laborer                  YYY
 John Boyd             Son   WMNov1881 18S       NJ     NJ     NJ               Glass Worker                 YYY
 Ella Reick            Dau   WFOct1872 27M  1 1 1NJ     NJ     NJ                                            YYY
 Estel Reick           Gdau  WFSep1889 10S       NJ     NJ     NJ               at school                   8YYY
 with Robert Boyd 06
   Catherine 07   Robert 07      Martha 07      Ella 07        Henry 07
   b186311        b186610        b              b187210        b
   John 07
   b188111

Sarah Ann Doughty 06
   bf 1846 May 11 to William C. Doughty 05 et ux Jane Ann (nee McClure 05)
      Doughty. BR_DF.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P_    R247 P55A L3.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Mullica Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Nathan Serann___________ /0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Nathan)_________________ 20-29MW
 (Mary)___________________ 20-29FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P_    R247 P53A L5.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Mullica Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jesse Serann____________ /1 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   mm 1863 Sep 19 Jesse Surran 06. NJ_CuCMR P210 (s Nathan Swan & Mary).
                      (dau Wm & Jane)
   bm 1846 ___ __ to Nathan Surran 06 et ux Mary 06

William C. Doughty 06
   bm 1848 Jul 17 to William C. Doughty 05 et ux Jane Ann (nee McClure 05)
      Doughty. BR_DF.
   mf 1871 Sep 25 Sarah Elizabeth "Lizzie" Berry 06 both of Millville at
      Gloucester County, Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church in Clayton.
      R. G. Snyder officiated. NJ_GCMR P75.
   bf 1850 ___ __ to Thomas Berry 05 et ux Martha
   n. 1871 Millville City Directory Pine St. below High St.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R776 V4 SD3 E88 S41 L21
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville, 2'nd Ward   P437C
      1880 Jun 12 Albert W. Saulson, Enumerator

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 William                    31          Engneer        NJ    NJ    NJ
 Lizzie                     30
 Louis                       6
 James                       3
 Harvey                    10mAug

   n. 1895/6 NJ_CuC Directory.  William C. Doughty, engineer,
      520 E. Pine St., Millville, NJ.
   dm 1901 Oct 26 in Millville, Millville Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ
 with Elizabeth "Lizzie" (nee Berry 06) Doughty
   William L. 07  James Edward 07Harvey 07      Aldon 07       Ethel 07
   b1874          b18780606      b18790818      b18890418      b188

Hannah Doughty 06
   bf 1850 Oct 16 to William C. Doughty 05 et ux Jane Ann (nee McClure 05)
      Doughty. BR_DF.
   mm 1864 Nov 12 William H. Curliss 06 in Bridgeton, Cumberland Co., NJ
   bm 1842 ___ __ to James Curliss 05 et ux Mary
   dm 1906 Dec 15
   df 1928 Dec 02 in Millville Twp., Cumberland Co., N.J.
 with William H. Curliss 06
   James E 07     Annie 07       Ella 07        Stephen 07     Emma J 07
   b18650908      b1866          b1867          b18691010      b18730912
   John H 07      Willis 07      Alford D 07
   b18760303      b18791123      b18880510

Mary Elizabeth Doughty 06
   bf 1852 Oct 11 to William C. Doughty 05 et ux Jane Ann (nee McClure 05)
      Doughty in Millville, Cumberland Co., NJ. BR_DF.
   mm 1869 Sep 13 James A. Berry 06 in Cumberland Co., NJ
   bm~1848 ___ __ in Camden Co., NJ
   dm 1872 Feb 04 in Millville, Cumberland Co., NJ
   mm 1874 Mar 07 John Peters 06 in Millville, Cumberland Co., NJ
   bm 1849 Mar 18 to _ in Blackwood, Camden Co., NJ
   dm 1915 Feb 13 in Millville, Cumberland Co., NJ
   mm 1916 Sep 06 James McNeal 06 in Millville, Cumberland Co., NJ
 with John Peters 06
   Evea Leana 07  Sarah Jane 07  Mary E 07      Irene 07
   b18720619      b18730104      b18770903      b18791102

Samuel Doughty 06
   bm 1856 Jul 05 to William C. Doughty 05 et ux Jane Ann (nee McClure 05)
      Doughty in Millville Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ. BR_DF.
   mf 1874 May 26 Agnes Vanneman 06. NJ_GCMR P75.
   bf 1854
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R686  V    E    P     L  1274/1274
      NJ, Camden Co., Monroe Twp.,
      PO: Williamstown, 1880 ___ __ , Ass't Marshal

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Samuel                          23      laborer
 Agnes                           22
 Norman                           5
 Edward                           1

   c. 1885 NJ, Census, Monroe Twp. {Some info thanks to Harry Chance]
 Samuel                          20-60
 Agnes                           20-60
 Norman                          20-60   [seems incorrect]
 Charles E.                         <5
   dm 1918 ___ __ Interred Williamstown 1st Methodist Ch., NJ. GJB76.
   df 1932 ___ __ Interred Williamstown 1st Methodist Ch., NJ. GJB76.
 with Agnes (nee Vanneman 06) Doughty
   Norman W 07    Edward 07      Charles E 07
   b1875          b1879          b1883

John W. Doughty 06
   bm 1857 Mar 18 to William C. Doughty 05 et ux Jane Ann (nee McClure 05)
      Doughty (other date 1857 Jul 03) Millville, Cumberland Co., NJ. BR_DF.
   mf ____ ___ __ Allie Lloyd 06
   n. Licking was once Muskingum Co., OH.  Makes me wonder with William living
      within 40 miles of these guys if the relation may be close - Jeff Baker
   dm 1939 Mar 14 Newark, Licking Co, OH. Buried: Wilson Cem-Licking Co. OH
   df ____ ___ __ Buried: Wilson Cem-Licking Co. OH
 with Allie (nee Lloyd 06) Doughty
   Thomas H 07    Hazel L 07     John 07
   b18810726      b18920924      b1889

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William J. Doughty 06
   bm 1847 ___ __ to Reuben Doughty 05 et ux Margaret (nee _ 05) Doughty
   mf 1869 Mar 13 Emaline McClure 06. NJ_CuCMR P127
   bf ____ ___ __ to Daniel McClure 05 et ux Mary
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R P L /  (From Jos. E. Sherry census compilation)
      NJ, Cumberland Co.,
      PO: 1860 , , Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Daniel                     45MwLaborer                 $50NJ
 Mary A.                    37FW                           NJ
 John                       17MW                           NJ
 Henry                      15MW                           NJ
 Daniel                      9MW                           NJ
 Emaline                     7FW                           NJ
 David                       6MW                           NJ
 Mary E.                     4FW                           NJ
   df<1870
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R___ P056 390/413
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville Twp.
      PO: Chews Landing, 1860 Jul 12 Joshua Sickler, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc         RE    PP    BP      FMB  M  SIRem
 Daniel McClure             50MWLaborer       1800   200NJ
 Marian                     45
 David                      17
 Emaline Doughty            19
 George McClure              6
 William Doughty            22MWLaborer                  NJ
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R     V    E    P     L
      MA, Worcester, Southbridge, (boarding house or somesuch - rwc)
      PO:              , 1880                      , Ass't Marshal

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 James F. Parker                 54
 Lucy F. Parker                  57
 .
 .
 William J. Doughty              33                 Overseer Cotton Mill                              NJ          NJ          NJ
 .
 .bout 30 people
 E...  Capulet                   19

   mf ____ ___ __ Ella Waldron 06
   bf 18__ ___ __ to Henry Waldron 05 et ux Fannie
      in NY.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T     R     SD6 ED73 S180 P23 L13 160/197
      NY, Saratoga Co., Hadley.
      Enumerated: 1880 Jun 16, Enumerator: H. F. Savage.

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Henry Waldron                WM 38              M  Farmer                                            VT          VT          VT
 Fanny                        WM 38   Wife       M  House Keeping                                     NY          NY          NY
 Adelbert                     WM 21   Son       S   Laborer                                           NY          NY          NY
 Ella                         WF 15   Daught        At home                                           NY          NY          NY
 Mary A.                      WF 13     "           at School                                         NY          NY          NY
 Addie                        WF 11     "           at School                                         NY          NY          NY
 Ervin                        WM  8   Son           at School                                         NY          NY          NY
 Eugene                       WM  6     "           at School                                         NY          NY          NY
 Fanny                        WF  3   D                                                               NY          NY          NY
 Nina                         WF11m   D                                                               NY          NY          NY

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD   ED    S9    L      /    get rest.
      MA, Worcester, Sturbridge,
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Henry Waldron         Head  WMAug1837 62M 42    VT
 Fannie Waldron        Wife  WFMar1842 58M 411110RI
 Amanda Washburn       BoardrWFSep1836 63W    1 0RI
 David Horton          SIL   WMJul1835 64M 13    MA
 Edward Horton         BoardrWMJan1847 52S       MA
 Nina Waldron          Dau   WFJul1879 20S       NY
 Harry Doughty         GSon  WMApr1887 13S       MA     NJ     NY

   c. 1910 U. S. Census T624 R630 V_  E1814 F   S11A L  //
      MA, Worcester Co., Sturbridge
      Enumerated: 1910

 Name                   Rel.  SCAgeSYrsNbNlPOB       FPOB      MPOB      YearYrsNatLanguage  Occupation     General        UneD D RWSchHome  SBDRemarks
 William J. Douty             MW 63M       NJ        NJ        NJ
 Cora E. Douty                   25
 Addie M. Douty                   9
 Perl M.Douty                    16
 Amanda Washburn                 74

 with Emaline (nee McClure 06) Doughty
   Cora 07        Elijah 07      Frank 07       Willie 07
   b1870          b1872          b1874          b1877
 with Ella (nee Waldron 06) Doughty
   Stephen 07     Maggie 07      Harry 07       Addie M 07     Pearl 07
   b1884          b1885          b1887          b1891          b1894
   Ernest 07
   b1897

Julia Ann Doughty 06
   bf 1849 ___ __ to Reuben Doughty 05 et ux Margaret (nee _ 05) Doughty
   mm 1868 Oct 21 Charles C. Adams 06 Co. Clerk's Records, Book  P95
   n. I checked the 1880 Soundex for Charles and failing to find, I checked for
      Julia.  This 1880 Julia is probably not her.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R799  V21 SD1 E188 S16 L39 166/173
      NJ, Sussex Co., West Wantage Twp.. P238B
      Enumerated 1880 Jun 10 Geo P. Cole, Enumerator

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Julia L. Adams               WF 30               W Keeping house                                     NJ          NJ          NJ
 Lizzie                       WF 10   Daughter  S   At home                                        S  NJ          NJ          NJ
 Jesse                        WM  4   Son       S   At home                                           NJ          NJ          NJ
 Mary A.                      WF 65   Aunt      S                                                     NJ          NJ          NJ

   n. may be a different Julia Adams. Retain here until ascertained.  It should
      remain permanently in the Adams file.  rwc75

Louisa Doughty 06
   bf 1852 ___ __ to Reuben Doughty 05 et ux Margaret (nee _ 05) Doughty

Restore M. Doughty 06
   bm 1853 ___ __ to Reuben Doughty 05 et ux Margaret (nee _ 05) Doughty
   n. 1880 Census see parents.
   n. Cumberland County Corporations, Book 1-- 1: 23.  GJB76.
      1879 Oct 4
      Fidelity Council No 8 Jr O U A M-Millville C. Thos. M. Berry
      VC. Edward Garton
      RS. Saml C. Taylor
      ARS. L. C. Leake
      FS. R. M. Doughty
      Treasurer Joshua Cosaboon
      CON. Chas. Clunn
      W. Levi DeHart
      JS. Burton Nixon
      OS. Henry B. Clarke
   n. Cumberland County Corporations, Book 1-- 1:25.  GJB76.
      1880 Jan 1 The corporate board of Fidelity Council No 8 Jr O U A
      M--Millville [Apparently the list of "secret officer"
      positions was not sufficient as this later list offers
      "corporate" positions as well as some reorganization.
      ???-gjb]
      Frank Griffith.......Lewis C. Leake
      John A. Sterns.......Wm R. Hughes
      Andrew R. Sheldon....Jacob Hann
      Reston M. Doughty....Jesse W. Fleet
      Edwin E. Garton......Joshua Cossaboon
      Jesse Robinson
      Signed by officers:
      Frank Griffith, President
      Jesse Robinson, Vice-President
      Restore M. Doughty, Treasurer
      John W. Fleet, Secretery
      [Notes: Doughty's name was successively R. M., Reston
      M., and Restore M. Strangely enough, he was listed as
      Reston in one census and Restore in a couple others.
      Note that some of the spellings changed. I did not
      realize that Jesse Fleet became John Fleet, so one of
      those might be a transcription error on my part.]
   mf 1880 ___ __ Rebecca S. Nixon 06
      South Jersey Church Records: Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths, 1750-1900, Vol.
      2 of 2. Comp by Jeanne Hamell, GCHSoc, 1992: Restore M. Doughty age 27
      Rebecca S. Nixon by Daniel B. Harris at St. John's Meth. Church,
      Harrisonville, Glouc. Co.  Both of Millville.  Wit: Samuel P. Poole &
      family.  GJB76
   n. Cumberland County Corporations, Book 1-- 1:54.  GJB76.
      1882 Dec 16 Millville Firemans Relief Association
      Charles M. Hewit, President
      Restore M. Doughty, Vice-President
      Frank L. Atkinson, Secretery
      Robert A. Taylor, Treasurer
      Directors:
      Charles M. Hewit
      Roger S. Crosier
      Frank Bullock
      Clarence Westcott
      Albert M. Johnson
      [Might this Hewit be attached to the Berry family?]
   n. Get 1900 prob in MD
   n. get 1910 prob in MD
   n. get 1920 MD, Baltimore.
   wm 1924 Dec 20 NJ_CuCWR B_29 P215
   dm ____ ___ __ Mt. Pleasant Cemetery Records P98, Millville, N. J.
      1925 Feb 18 will probate.
 with

Sarah Elizabeth Doughty 06
   bm 1856 ___ __ to Reuben Doughty 05 et ux Margaret (nee _ 05) Doughty

Mary G. Doughty 06
   bm 1859 ___ __ to Reuben Doughty 05 et ux Margaret (nee _ 05) Doughty

Benjamin Doughty 06
   bm 1861 Jun __ to Reuben Doughty 05 et ux Margaret (nee _ 05) Doughty
   n. 1895/6 NJ_CuC Directory.  Benjamin Doughty, starcher,
      134 West Green Street, Millville, NJ.
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R686  SD6  ED141 S10B  L36 65/209.
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Millville, Powell St.
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 07, Joseph S. Pierce.

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Benj. Doughty         Head  WMJun1861 39M 19    NJ     NJ     NJ               Bleacher                     YYYR H
 Josephine             Wife  WFDec1863 36M 19 8 4NJ     NJ     NJ                                            YYY
 Wilbert               Son   WMJun1884 16S       NJ     NJ     NJ                                            YYY
 Everett               Son   WMNov1888 11S       NJ     NJ     NJ               At school                   8YYY
 Restore               Son   WMMay1890 10S       NJ     NJ     NJ               At school                   9YYY
 Edgar                 Son   WMJun1896  3S       NJ     NJ     NJ

 with Josephine (nee _ 06) Doughty
   Wilbert 07     Everett 07     Restore 07     Edgar 07
   b188406        b188811        b189005        b189606


George Doughty 06
   bm 1863 ___ __ to Reuben Doughty 05 et ux Margaret (nee _ 05) Doughty

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William Lewis "Lewis" Doughty 07
   bm 1875 ___ __ to William C. Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth (nee Berry 06)
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ 07
   bf 1875
   n. 1895/6 NJ_CuC Directory.  Lewis Doughty, engineer,
      520 E. Pine St., Millville, NJ.
   dm 1932 ___ __ interred Mt. Pleasant Cem., Millville, NJ.  P. O. S. of A.
      Camp 201  RWC75 c1997.  Mt. Pleasent Cemetery Records P24.
   df 1954 ___ __ interred Mt. Pleasant Cem., Millville, NJ.  Memorial Funeral
      Home RWC75 c1997.  Mt. Pleasent Cemetery Records P48.

James Edward Doughty 07
   bm 1878 Jun 06 to William C. Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth (nee Berry 06)
   mf ____ ___ __ Joanna "Annie" Dilks 07
   bf 1877 ___ __ to Albert Dilks 06 et ux Laura (nee Adams 06) Dilks, Laura the
      daughter of Samuel T. Adams 05 et ux Naomi (nee Watson 05) Adams.
   n. 1895/6 NJ_CuC Directory.  James A. Doughty, glass grinder,
      520 E. Pine St., Millville, NJ.
   n. lived at 726 E. Pine St., Millville, NJ
   n. Operated Ayars and Doughty Dress Factory, South 4'th St., Millville, NJ.
      His partner was Oscar Ayars, grandfather to Walt Ayars. GJB76 has picture.
   df 1915 ___ __ interred Greenwood Cem., Millville, NJ GJB76 c1993
   mf ____ ___ __ Jennie C. Atcheson 07
   bf 1893 Jan 19
   wm 1925 Nov 17 NJ_CuCWR B_47 P443
   dm 1942 Sep 30 interred Greenwood Cem., Millville, NJ GJB76 c1993
      He died on Mom's birthday.... GJB.
      1942 Sep 30 Obituary: Millville Paper -- James Doughty, Businessman, Dies:
      Operated Dress Factory Here Twenty Years
         James E. Doughty, 65 dress manufacturer for over 20 years died at his
      home 726 East Pine Street this morning. He had been ill for some time
      and was confined to his bedroom since February.
         The deceased lived in Millville practically all his life and was
      associated with Oscar Ayars in the Ayars and Doughty Dress Factory on
      South Fourth Street. He was an active member of the Presbyterian Church.
      Surviving are his wife, Jennie, one son, Herman Doughty of Millville and
      four daughters, Mrs. Lewis A Kurtz, Mrs. Benjamin Headley, Mrs. William
      Myers and Miss Jean Doughty, all of this city. Also surviving are two
      brothers, Harvey, of Millville and Alton of Camden, and one sister Mrs.
      Ethel Paul of Atco.
         Funeral Services will be held from the late residence on Pine Street,
      Saturday afternoon with interment in the Greenwood Cemetery.
      1943 Mar 27 will probate.
   df 1969 Mar __
      1969 Mar 05 Obit.: Millville newspaper
         Jennie C. Doughty, 76 of 2614 Harding Ave., Bromall, Pa., died Tuesday
      at the Manchester House, Media, PA.
         Formerly of Millville, Mrs. Doughty was a member of Central Baptist
      Church.
         Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Thelma Kurtz, Millville, and Mrs.
      Jean Bates, Broomall; 10 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.
         The Rev. John DenBleyker will officiate at the funeral on Thursday at
      2 p.m. from the Rocap-Shannon Memorial Funeral Home.  Interment will be in
      Mt. Pleasant Cemetery and there will not be a viewing.
 with Joanna "Annie" (nee Dilks 07) Doughty
   Milverna 08    James H 08     Laura J 08     Thelma 08
   b18990824      b19040101      b19051008      b19070517
 with Jennie C. (nee Atcheson 07) Doughty
   Jean M 08
   b19270305

Harvey R. Doughty 07
   bm 1879 Aug 18 to William C. Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth (nee Berry 06)
   mf 1914 Aug 08 Ada Mae Wynocker 07  (may be May)
   bf 1884 ___ __ to
   n. lived at 901 Pine St., Millville, NJ around the corner from son Maurice.
   df 1958 Feb 10 interred Greenwood Cemetery in Millville, NJ GJB76 c1993
      1958 Feb 11 Obit.: Millville Historical Society, NJ.
      Mrs. Ada May Doughty of Pine St. Succumbs.
         Mrs. Ada May Doughty, 74, wife of Harvey R. Doughty, 901 E. Pine St.,
      died in the Millville Hospital yesterday. The deceased had been in failing
      health and was admitted to the hospital early yesterday morning.  She was
      a member of the Daughters of Liberty.
         She is survived by her husband Harvey, a son Maurice R. and two sisters
      Mrs. Ethel Grassman and Mrs. Maurice D. Champion.
         Funeral services will be held from the Christy Funeral Home on Thursday
      afternoon at 2 o'clock with interment in Greenwood cemetery.  Viewing will
      be Wednesday evening.
   dm 1964 Mar 19 at 84y arb news. His funeral at Christy's in Millville, NJ, he
      was interred at Greenwood Cemetery in Millville, NJ.  GJB76 c1993 SISSN
      146-09-3405 NJ DRL NJ
      Obit: Harvey R. Doughty (1964 Mar 19)
         Harvey R. Doughty, 84, of 901 Pine Street, died on Wednesday. He was a
      retired clothing worker.
         Mr. Doughty was last employed as a cutter at the Peerless Garment Co.,
      Millville. Etc, etc...
 with Ada Mae (nee Wynocker 07) Doughty
   Maurice 08
   b1919

Aldon Doughty 07
   bm 1889 Apr 25 to William C. Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth (nee Berry 06)
      Doughty.  Name also seen as Alton?
   dm 1968 Feb __ SISSN NJ 146-01-2975 DRL 17581 ( name given as Aldon in SSR).
      Row 32, Stone 1, Mount Zion Methodist aka Fairfield Methodist Church,
      Lancaster Co., PA. The cemetary adjoins church on east side of Slate Hill
      Rd., north of Fairfield, Drumore Twp.
      Tombstone:  /ALDON M. DOUGHTY/Born 1889 Died 1968/  reader Marie Malark.

Ethel Doughty 07
   bf 188_ ___ __ to William C. Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth (nee Berry 06)
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Paul 07

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Norman W. Doughty 07
   bm 1875 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 06 et ux Agnes (nee Vanneman 06) Doughty
   dm 1896 Sep 06 Interred Williamstown 1st Methodist Ch., NJ. - GJB

Edward Doughty 07
   bm 1879 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 06 et ux Agnes (nee Vanneman 06) Doughty

Charles E. Doughty 07
   bm 1883 ___ __ to Samuel Doughty 06 et ux Agnes (nee Vanneman 06) Doughty

C. Edward Doughty _
   bm 1882
   mf ____ ___ __ Kezzie _ _
   bf 1858
   df 1942 ___ __ interred at Oceanville Cemetery.
   dm 1980 ___ __ interred at Oceanville Cemetery.  "son".


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Thomas Henry Doughty 07
   bm 1881 Jul 26 to John W. Doughty 06 et ux Allie (nee Lloyd 06) Doughty
   mf 1906 Nov 27 Elizabeth Stackelhaus 07 in Licking Co., OH
   dm 1936 Dec 23 Newark, Licking Co., OH.  Thomas was unemployed and ill when
      he shot himself in the head. Buried: Wilson Cem-Licking Co. OH
   df ____ ___ __ Buried: Wilson Cem-Licking Co. OH
   n. daughter mm ____ ___ __ John Huffman 74
 with Elizabeth (nee Stackelhaus 07) Doughty
   _ 08

Hazel L. Doughty 07
   bf 1892 Sep 24 to John W. Doughty 06 et ux Allie (nee Lloyd 06) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Dicus 07
   mm 1909 Sep 29 William H. Coon 07 Licking County, OH MRV11N247

John Doughty 07
   bm 1889 ___ __ to John W. Doughty 06 et ux Allie (nee Lloyd 06) Doughty
   dm 1911 Sep 04 Streator, IL. Buried: Cedar Hill Cem-Licking Co. OH

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Cora Doughty 07
   bm 1870 ___ __ to William J. Doughty 06 et ux Emaline (nee McClure 05)
      Doughty

Elijah Doughty 07
   bm 1872 ___ __ to William J. Doughty 06 et ux Emaline (nee McClure 05)
      Doughty

Frank Doughty 07
   bm 1874 ___ __ to William J. Doughty 06 et ux Emaline (nee McClure 05)
      Doughty

Willis R. Doughty 07
   bm 1877 ___ __ to William J. Doughty 06 et ux Emaline (nee McClure 05)
      Doughty
   mf 1909 ___ __ Mabel A. _ 07
   c. 1930 U. S. Census T___ R___ V___ SD6 E4-194 S5B L36 144/114/128.
      RI, Providence Co., Cranston City
      Enumerated: 1930 Apr 08, Ellis A. Webster

 Name                         Rel.            HV       RHSCAgeMAFMNYPOB             FPOB           MPOB            Language  A  B  C  YOI NE Occupation              Industry              Code  CENOTVWar
 Willis R. Doughty            Head            R      10RNMW 51M30 NYNJ              NY             NY                         57            YJanitor                 Seed store            6490  W  Y N
 Mabel A.                     Wife-H                    NFW 48M28 NYENG             ENG            ENG             English                   None
 Willis M.                    Son                       NMW 21S   NYRI              NJ             ENG                                      YClerk                   Seed store            8390  W  Y N
 Ethel L.                     Dau                       NFW 15S   YYRI              NJ             ENG                                      YNone
 Herman B.                    Son                       NMW  7S   Y RI              NJ             ENG                                       None

 with Mabel
   Willis M 08    Ethel L 08     Herman B 08
   b1909          b1915          b1923

Stephen Doughty 07
   bm 1884 ___ __ to William J. Doughty 06 et ux Ella (nee Waldron 06) Doughty.

Maggie Doughty 07
   bf 1885 ___ __ to William J. Doughty 06 et ux Ella (nee Waldron 06) Doughty.

Harry Doughty 07
   bm 1887 ___ __ to William J. Doughty 06 et ux Ella (nee Waldron 06) Doughty.

Addie M. Doughty 07
   bf 1891 ___ __ to William J. Doughty 06 et ux Ella (nee Waldron 06) Doughty.
   mm ____ ___ __ Homer Brunell Jorday 07
   n. Draft Registration Card - 20090717 GBarshay
      SN: U137  Name: Homer Brunell Jorday
      Res: 22 Crystal St., Worcester, Worcester Co., MA.
      Telephone: None  Ate: 49  DOB: 1893 Mar 29 POB: Dudley, MA.
      Contact: Mrs. Addie M. Jordan, same address
      Employer: Liggett Drug Co., Inc. 340 W. Fourth St., NY, NY.
      D. S. S. Form 1 Revised 42-4-1. Men born 18770428-18970216.  Reverse ?
   c. 1920 U. S. Census T625 R749 V E193 S5A L //
      MA, Worcester, Worcester Ward 1
      Enumerated: 1920

 Name                    Rel.  HHSCAgeMYOI NYON SRWPOB        Lang    FPOB       Lang    MPOB       Lang    ETrade       Industry    EFarm
 Homer B. Jordan                    27
 Addie M. Jordan                    28
 Ruth C. Jordan                      8
 Dorothy M. Jordan                   2
 Leonard C. Jordan                 10m
 Ernest N. Doughty       BIL     M  24S          YYMA                 NJ                 NY
 Pearl M. Doughty                   27


Pearl Doughty 07
   bf 1894 ___ __ to William J. Doughty 06 et ux Ella (nee Waldron 06) Doughty.
   n. 1920 see sister Addie census.

Ernest N. Doughty 07
   bm 1897 ___ __ to William J. Doughty 06 et ux Ella (nee Waldron 06) Doughty.
   n. 1920 see sister Addie census.

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Wilbert Doughty 07
   bm 1884 Jun __ to Benjamin Doughty 06 et ux Josephine

Everett Doughty 07
   bm 1888 Nov __ to Benjamin Doughty 06 et ux Josephine
   mf ____ ___ __ Ellen V. Conover _
   bf 1889 ___ __ to Joseph L. Conover _ et ux Malinda (nee Smith _) Conover
   dm 1961 ___ __ interred at Oceanville Cemetery.
   df 1966 ___ __ interred at Oceanville Cemetery.

Restore Doughty 07
   bm 1890 May __ to Benjamin Doughty 06 et ux Josephine

Edgar Doughty 07
   bm 1896 Jun __ to Benjamin Doughty 06 et ux Josephine

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Milverna Doughty 08
   bf 1899 Aug 24 to James E. Doughty 07 et ux Joanna "Annie" (nee Dilks 07)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Benjamin Franklin Headley 08
   bm 1897 Nov 19
   n. son Robert Franklin Headley 09 dm1996
 with Benjamin Franklin Headley 08
   Minnie Doris09 Robert F 09    Shirley E 09
   b19241216      b19310713      b19330807

James Herman "Herm" Doughty 08
   bm 1904 Jan 01 to James E. Doughty 07 et ux Joanna "Annie" (nee Dilks 07)
      Doughty
   mf 1926 Jun 30 Arabelle Beckley Hughes 08
   bf 1904 Dec 15 to Ralph Hughes 07 et ux Bertha Corson (nee Beckley 07)
      Hughes.  She was the daughter of James Beckley 06 and Arabel Brandriff 06
   n. He was a fireman at the Army Air Base in Millville during WW2 for which
      GJB76 has pictures.  He was the first employee hired by Airwork and set
      up the machinery in the original plant.  Francis Hine and the other
      founders of Airwork discussed forming the company on the front porch of
      919 Sassafras Street, Millville, NJ, the home of Herm Doughty for most of
      his married life. GJB76
   p. JHD08_1
   p. JHD08_2
   p. JHD08_3
   dm 1952 Apr 22 of a heart attack, interred Mt. Pleasant Cem., Millville, NJ
      1952 Apr 22 Obit.: Millville Historical Society.
      Herman Doughty, 49, Expires Suddenly
         Herman Doughty, 919 Sassafras St., died suddenly of a heart attack at
      noon today.  He had been stricken ill only last night.  It is believed the
      deceased was 40 years old.
         The deceased, an active member of the Millville Fire Department for 22
      years, worked at his job at Airwork until after midnight last night.  He
      complained of feeling ill and a physician attended him this morning.
         Mr. Doughty is survived by his wife, Arabelle and a daughter, Mrs.
      Bertha Jane Bingham.
         Also surviving are three sisters, Mrs. William Myers, Mrs. Lewis Kurtz
      and Mrs. Benjamin Headley, this city; a half-sister, Mrs. Robert Bates and
      a step mother, Mrs. James E. Doughty, Broomall, PA.
         Funeral arrangements and further particulars were not available
      immediately.
   n. She learned to drive after Herm's death and performed accounting work for
      Airwork, Delsea Iron Works, and Harry and then Albert Waltman, Esq., all
      of Millville, NJ.  She quit her job at Delsea Iron when she refused to
      keep 2 sets of books, one legal.  She retired at 71. GJB76
   df 1993 Aug 24 in Vineland, NJ.  Funeral services were in the Rocap-Shannon
      Funeral Home and she is interred Mt. Pleasant Cem., Millville, NJ
 with Arabelle Beckley (nee Hughes 08) Doughty
   Bertha J 09
   b19270930

Laura J. Doughty 08
   bf 1905 Oct 08 to James E. Doughty 07 et ux Joanna "Annie" (nee Dilks 07)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ William Myers 08
   bm 1910
   dm 1979 ___ __ interred at Mt. Pleasant Cem., Millville, NJ (stone)
   n. adopted son Rodney Myers is deceased., Laura "Jane" Jane Myers 09
 with William Myers 08
   Laura Jane 09
   b19410206

Thelma Doughty 08
   bf 1907 May 17 to James E. Doughty 07 et ux Joanna "Annie" (nee Dilks 07)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Louis Kurtz 08
   bm 1907 Jan 10 to Louis Kurtz 07
 with Louis Kurtz 08
   Louis 09
   b19370419

Jean Mathers Doughty 08
   bf 1927 Mar 05 to James E. Doughty 07 et ux Jennie C. (nee Atcheson 07)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Robert Bates 08
   n. They lived in Broomall, PA.
   df 1984 Jan 28
 with Robert Bates 08
   Robert 09      James 09
   b              b19491129

Maurice R. Doughty 08
   bm 1919 ___ __ to Harvey R. Doughty 07 et ux Ada Mae (nee Wynocker 07)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Virginia E. Pangburn 08
   bf 1927 ___ __ to
   n. GJB76 worked with Maurice a short time one winter (c1970) at Kerr Glass.
      Maurice worked in "Webby's Shed," a warehouse run by Wilber(t) Zimmerman.
   n. Bridgeton News, Thursday, December 16, 1999 via CYR & GJB
      VIRGINIA E. DOUGHTY, School Crossing Guard
      Virginia E. (Pangburn) Doughty, 72, of Millville died Tuesday at Newcomb
      Medical Center after an extended illness. Born and raised in Millville,
      she was a lifelong resident of the area.  Mrs. Doughty was employed as a
      school crossing guard for five years, retiring in 1987. She was also
      employed by Armstrong Cork Co. of Millville in carton assembly for several
      years, retiring in 1965. She enjoyed bingo and collecting knick knacks.
      Survivors include her husband Maurice R. Doughty; one brother, Charles
      Pangburn of Millville; and several nieces and nephews.
         Carol, Thank you for sending this notice. Maurice Doughty is a first
      cousin to my grandfather, J. Herman Doughty. Although they lived around
      the corner from each other, they were never close. In fact, the only
      interaction I ever had with Maurice was a two-week stint working at
      Armstrong (or Kerr) Glass in the warehouse one winter vacation during my
      college days. Charlie Pangburn is the former Chief of Police in Millville.
      (I think this is the right one--the age is about right.)
      Services will be held on Friday at 11 a.m. in the Christy Funeral Home, 11
      W. Broad Street, Millville, where friends may call after 10 a.m.
      Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park, Millville.
         Maurice has a gravesite with his father and mother, Harvey and Ada Mae
      (Wynocker) Doughty. On the other side of the plot lies my great-great
      grandfather (Harvey's brother) and grandmother, James E. and "Annie"
      (Dilks) Doughty. It's by the big tree in the back of the cemetery.
   df 1999 Dec 14 at 72 interred Greenwood Memorial Park, Millville, NJ.

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Willis M. Doughty 08
   bm 1909 ___ __ to Willis R. Doughty 07 et ux Mabel

Ethel L. Doughty 08
   bf 1915 ___ __ to Willis R. Doughty 07 et ux Mabel

Herman B. Doughty 08
   bm 1923 ___ __ to Willis R. Doughty 07 et ux Mabel

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Bertha Jane "BJ" Doughty 09
   bf 1927 Sep 30 to James Herman "Herm" Doughty 08 et ux Arabelle Beckley
      (nee Hughes 08) Doughty in Millville, NJ and named for her maternal
      grandmother, Bertha Corson Beckley 07 and her paternal great-grandmother,
      Sarah Jane Thomas 06
   mm 1947 Sep 13 Lowell Melvin Bingham 09
   bm 1926 Jun 20 Ralph Stokes Bingham 08 et ux Carolyn (nee Souder 08) Bingham
      in the same house as his mother was born at 419 Mulberry St., Millville,
      NJ.  His middle name is in honor of local business man Howard Melvin whose
      daughter married the grandson of Lowell's aunt.  His mother was born to
      Harry Milton Souder 07, all of Millville, NJ.
   n. Glenn James Bingham 76 (GJB76) was born in the Millville, NJ hospital and
      mf 1981 Sep 18 Lorraine Edna Gannon 76. They publish the Bingham Family
      Gazette.  GJB76 has contributed valuable information to the researches of
      RWC and I have shared with him. We are cousins several times.
   n. Dane George Bingham 76 was born in a Millville, NJ hospital and his middle
      name is in honor of George Behring, a cousin to his maternal great-grand-
      mother.
 with Lowell Melvin Bingham 09
   Glenn James 10 Dane George 10
   b19481221      b19530501

LINKAGE END 02 William C./Reuben Doughty Line

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LINKAGE BEGIN 03  A Thomas W. Doughty/Mary Simkins Line
   Conjectured to be a son of the son of Col. Thomas Doughty the first son of
   the Col. being brother to John who married Rachel (nee English).
   The first son of Col. Thomas, is likely another Thomas and went down in a
   schooner the Col. owned.  Thomas W. (Mary Simkins) and John (Rachel English)
   both appear to have sons George W.  2004/6/13 RWC75

Thomas W. Doughty 05
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Simkins 05 probably 2nd wife - ie. after E'h Marple
   ld 1802 Jan 12 NJ_GCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_E P237
      Grantor: Samuel W. Harrison and Edward Gibbs of Gloucester Co., NJ and
      John Clifford of Philadelphia City, PA, Merchant.
      Grantee: Thomas Doughty and Cornelius Tice of Twp and Co., afsd.
      Transaction: $410 for land in Twp. of Gloucester 200 acres part of a large
      tract of land that George Maple and Theodosia his wife by indenture 17__
      Mar 12 conveyed to grantor and Joseph Potter (now dec'd) for purpose of
      paying debt of George Marple.
   ld 1805 Sep 07 NJ_GCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_ P304
      Grantor: Thomas Dotey of Twp. & Co. of Gloucester et ux Elizabeth
      Grantee: Cornelius Tice of the same place.
      Transaction: $145 for 40 acres
      Description: part of a Tract of land that George Marpole et ux Theodosia
      by deed conveyed to Samuel W. Harrison, Edward Gibbs, John Clifford and
      Joseph Belton (dec'd) in trust to pay debts of Geo. W. Marple and when
      SWH, EG & JC by deed 1802 Mar 12 did sell and convey 200 acres to Thomas
      Dotty & Cornelius Tice Lib E Folio 237 and Cornelius Tice et ux Parnell
      Quit Claimed 1802 Jun 17 all 40 acres to Thomas D et ux E
      Witness: Richard M. Cooper recorded 1807 Mar 08.
   ld 1805 Aug 12 NJ_GCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_I P357
      Grantor: John Dennis of Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co., NJ
      Grantee: Thomas Doughty of Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co., NJ.
      Transaction: for $148
      Witness: Charles Dennis, David Dennis
   ld 1805 Sep 29 NJ_GCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_I P363
      Grantor: John Dennis of Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co., NJ
      Grantee: Thomas Doughty of Great Egg Harbor, Gloucester Co., NJ.
      Transaction: for $400 for land in GEH. 198 acres.  Samuel Risley ->
      son Enoch -> John Dennis by deed 1800 Jun 22.
      Witness: Charles Dennis, David Dennis
   n. 1817 Apr 28 Washington Whig, William Schultz - Publisher, Index P13
      An obituary of the late William Hollingshead who died 26 January 1817.
   n. A source "Descendants of Thomas Doughty" in Doughty file at Millville
      Hist.
   n. 1815 December session. Gloucester County Orphan's Court. John Marple,
      administrator of George Marple has $45.62-1/2 left in the accountant's
      hands. GJB
   n. 1815 December session. Gloucester County Orphan's Court. Richard
      Whitcraft, Administrator of Susannah Marple, deceased. Court approved
      sale of sufficient real estate to cover debts of the estate. GJB
   n. GJB76 - Glenn Bingham and R. C. Goetter traipseing through the cemetery of
      First Methodist Ch., Williamstown, NJ.
   ld 18__ ___ __ NJ_GCHS Rec. ____ ___ __ B_DD P88
      Grantor: Nicholas Simpkins et ux Vince of Egg Harbor Twp., Gloucester Co.,
      N. J.
      Grantee: Smith Simpkins
      Transaction: $100 for 50 acre tract of Samuel Risley, dec'd.
      Description: Which land was surveyed to Samuel Risley, dec'd and he dying
      intestate, the real estate thereby became subject to a division according
      to law and the above said tract of land being part of the division set off
      to his son Enoch Risley, who conveyed the same to
      John Dennis who conveyed the same to
      Thomas Doughty who conveyed the same to
      Joseph Sutton who conveyed the same to
      Nicholas Simpkins the within Grantor.
      Witness: John Simpkins, Daniel B. Smith
   n. From the Docket Book of Cornelius Tice 1821-1822
      1821 Feb 20 Joseph Sutphen vs. Hennery Dought~(?) [The last letter is
      not clear and looks like a tilde or "n"--GJB76]
      1822 Apr 2 Richard West vs. Joseph Marple [married Susannah
      Bingham--GJB76]. Mentions Amiah Cane and Stephen Ogben
      1822 May 18 Isaiah Marple vs. Joseph Marple and George Marple.
      Mentions: James Davis, Samuel Thorn, Harmon Mi___, Elijah Burdsul, Joel
      M(?) Bodin(?), Edward Goff, Gilbert Kilbourn, James Cane(?), William
      Marshall, William Whiglett(?), Moses Horner, Richard Butler, Mahlon
      Marple, John Marple, Michle Phifer, Elisabeth Phifer, John Phifer,
      Eliza Birdsul. [Note: William M. Doughty son of Elisabeth Marple and
      married daughter of Michael and Elizabeth Phifer--GJB76]
      1822 Jul __ Peter Watson vs. Daniel Doughty with no explanation.
      1822 Jul 23 Peter Watson vs. Daniel Doughty. $70. Parties agreed;
      case dismissed.
   n. Joseph Marple mf 1799 Jun 15 Sarah Bingham  NJ_GCMR P129.
      Isaiah Marple mf Elizabeth Camburn
      George Marple mf 1824 Nov 28 Hannah Watson  NJ_GCMR P129.
   n. 1824 May 27 NJ, Burlington Court of Common Pleas
      Insolvent Petition of Thomas W. Doughty, late of Evesham, with several of
      his signatures.
      Samuel S. Smith    $15.00                Joel Bodine     $3.00
      Stacy Kirkbride     $2.00                Dr. William Page   $20.00
      Joseph Bozorth    $100.00                Dr. Bowman Hany   $25.00
      Joseph Kay           5.00                Dr. Jonathan Spencer  $10.00
      Micajah Lippincott   3.00                Dr. George Haines     $12.00
      1824 Aug 14 sworn in open court.
   n. Book kept by Richard Howell Tice, I, of Squankum, NJ (Williamstown),
      1828-1842. The first part is strictly Justice of the Peace/ Constable
      information. The end seems to be store accounts, and the middle mixes
      the two. I have only read the entries for 1828, so there is plenty more
      to do.  GJB76.
      1828 May 2 Thomas W. Doughty vs. Thomas W. (M?) Hussey 40 cents
      1828 Apr 11 Thomas W. Doughty vs. James Gibbens 40 cents
                  ditto vs. John Bozeath 40 cents
      1828 May 31 Thomas W. Doughty vs. James Gibbens $44
      1828 Apr 12 John Cade vs. Dincess McCarty 40 cents [probable
           father-in-law or brother-in-law to Matthias Bingham--GJB76]
      1828 May 10 John Cade vs. Isaac(?) Simkin 40 cents
      1828 May 22 John Cade vs. Denes McCarty $759
      1828 Sep 18 William Skillman $25
      1828 Jun 21 Joseph E. Garwood vs. Thomas W. Doughty 40 cents
                  Thomas M. Hussey to Thomas W. Doughty  $12-1/2
      1828 Jun 26 James Berry 40 cents
      1828 Jul 15 Thomas W. Doughty 40 cents Isaac Simkin $246
      1828 Jun 23 Peter Dunn vs. Thomas W. Doughty 40 cents
      1828 Aug 18 David Bakly vs. William ____ $1675
      1828 Jul 07 John Cowperthwait vs. David Irelan(?)
      1828 Aug 18 David Ireland vs. Arthur Hoffman $18.32 + 1.54
      1829 Feb 03 James Ackley vs. Thomas W. Doughty
      1829 Feb 13 Joseph Nicholson vs. Thomas W. Doughty
      1829 Jul 13 Thomas W. Doughty vs George Armatage
      1829 Apr 15 Woodward S. Dolbin(?) vs Dennis McCarty
      1829 May 11 James Bodine vs Peter Watson
      *No more Doughtys appear in store accounts in this book for 1830, '33,
      '35, '37-'42.
      *Peter Watson is one of the prime characters in Tice's account book as a
      carrier and cutter of wood, hay, "beaf," oats, and other things. His
      accounts are shown for 1833dec8 through 1835mar8, at which time he must
      have passed away or on. He is not buried in any of the 4 Williamstown
      cemeteries. He is significant because a Daniel Doughty had legal
      dealings with Peter in 1822, so there might have been a Daniel, born
      before 1801, who was related to Thomas W. and crew.
      *In 1837, the most popular gopher was Benjamin Crammer. Is he related to
      Benjamin and Daniel Doughty of Atlantic Co?
      *1838mar17 David Simkins given $1.50 for carting one load of hay.
      This establishes Thomas Doughty as a resident of Squankum by 1828, the
      year his second son was born. It furthermore gives Thomas the middle
      initial of W. Isaac Simkin could be related to Thomas Doughty's wife,
      Mary Simpkin(s). 40 cents seemed to be the going rate for court costs
      for a suit. The larger amounts were awards given by the court. No
      explanations of court cases appears. Some of the earlier entries are
      accounts collected through other JPs.  GJB76
   mf 1831 Mar 24 Hannah Wells by Job Lippincott, JP.  NJ_BuCMR P67.
   dm
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Long 05
   n. strange - all these Marples and this Thomas is the one who m Mary Simkins
      and not Elizabeth Marple.
 with Mary (nee Simkins 05) Doughty
   Joseph 06      John H 06      David 06       Sylvanus 06    Daniel 06
   b18240824      b18280523      b1832          b18361001      b18440706
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Joseph Doughty 06
   bm 1824 Aug 24 to Thomas Doughty 05 et ux Mary (nee Simkins 05) Doughty in
      So. Jersey
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca Atkinson 06
   n. Enoch bought MRTwp land from Burlington Co Atkinson. GJB76
   bf 1823
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686 P433 1274/1274
      NJ, Camden Co., Winslow Township P168
      PO:  Chews Landing, 1860 Jul 12 Joshua Sickler, Ass't Marshal
 Name                     AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemark
 Joseph Doughty             39M Laborer                 200NJ
 Rebecca                    38
 James                      14                                      S
 Mary                       11                                      S
 John                        8                                      S
 Joseph                      6                                      S
 Rebecca                     4
 Hannah                      1
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R___ P___ L_   /
      NJ, Camden Co., Monroe Twsp.
      PO: Chews Landing, 1860 Jul 12 Joshua Sickler, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc         RE    PP    BP      FMB  M  SIRem
 Joseph Doughty             46  w in glass works
 Rebecca                    47  keeping house
 James                      22  works in glass works
 John                       17      " "
 Joseph                     15      " "
 Hannah H.                  11                                          S
 Ellen                       7
 Daniel                      6
   df 1879 Oct 25 at 56Y interred with headstone at First Methodist Church Cem.,
      Williamstown, NJ.  GJB76
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R686  V    E    P     L  /
      NJ, Camden Co., Monroe Twsp.
      PO:, 1880  Joshua Sickler, Ass't Marshal

 Name                    CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Joseph Doughty             54               W Laborer
 Ella                       18
 Daniel                     15                 Glass factory

   dm 1890 Jan 07 interred with headstone First Methodist Church Cem.,
      Williamstown, NJ.  GJB76
   n. some info thanks to Harry Chance, GJB76
 with Rebecca (nee Atkinson 06) Doughty
   James 07       Mary 07        John 07        Joseph 07      Rebecca 07
   b1848          b1853          b1855          b1859          b1856
   Hannah 07      Ellen 07       Daniel 07
   b1859          b1863          b1864

John H. Doughty 06
   bm 1828 May 23 to Thomas Doughty 05 et ux Mary (nee Simkins 05) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Ellen _ 06
   bf 1832 ___ __ NJ
   n. Get 1850 NJ, Camden, Winslow
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686 P372 L20 785/785
      NJ Camden Co., Monroe Township P103
      PO: Chews Landing, 1860 Jul 08 Joshua Sickler, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemark
 John Doughty               30M Laborer                 100NJ
 Ellen                      28F                            NJ
   n. Nearby is Henry (64) and Sarah I. (56) Phifer, both born in France,
   n. lived in Williamstown.
      possible parents of Mary, who married William Doughty. GJB76
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R___ P___ L_  /
      NJ, Camden Co., Monroe Twp.
      PO:  1870  Joshua Sickler, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc         RE    PP    BP      FMB  M  SIRem
 John Doughty               42  glass packer
 Ellen                      39
 Ellen E.                    5
 John R.                    7m    b. 1869 Nov.
 Rebecca                    14
 Stephen                    12  works in glass works
   n. Rebecca & Stephen above are children of David & Emma Hawkins
   n. 1870 Info thanks to Harry Chance, GJB76
   n. Get 1880 NJ, Clayton, Gloucester
   ld 1880 Apr 1 NJ_GCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_128 P32
      Grantor: William H. Bodine and wife M. Virginia of Monroe Township
      Grantee: John Doughty, Jr., of same place.
      Description: On Williamstown-Coles Mill Road. Corner to George W. Ireland
      and John Doughty, Jr. Thomas Bodine. W. H. Bodine.  3533 square feet. Part
      of a larger tract from J(Joel) F. Bodine et ux 1869 jun 2 listed in Camden
      Co. Deeds 60-434. Recorded by Imlay Gifford. [Note: Monroe Township was in
      Gloucester County, then Camden County, then Gloucester County.--GJB76]
   n. 1883 Camden City Directory engineer 514 Cedar
   n. 1883 Camden City Directory packer   514 Cooper
   df 1890 Feb 08 at 58.5.13 headstone at First Methodist Church, Williamstown,
      NJ.  GJB76
   n. Get 1900 NJ, Gloucester, Monroe, Washington Ave.
   dm 1903 Apr 15 headstone at First Methodist Church, Williamstown, NJ.  GJB76
 with Ellen (nee _ 06) Doughty
   Ellen E 07     John R 07
   b1865          b1869

David Doughty 06
   bm 1832 ___ __ Thomas Doughty 05 et ux Mary (nee Simkins 05) Doughty in
      So. Jersey
   mf 1853 Sep 24 Emma "Amy" Hawkins 06 (Hankins?) in Camden Co., all of New
      Brooklyn, NJ by William B. VanLeer, Minister of the Gospel, recorded by
      Geo. Brewer at Camden 1864 Jul 13 WJP18531012
   n. David's mother remarried _ Long 1j CaCCR
   df<1860 ___ __
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R___ P231
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Franklin Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 David Doughty              28  Laborer
 Amy M.                     24
 Hannah G.                   7
 Mary R.                     4
 Stephen H.                  1
   n. 1861 Aug 17 Co. H, 4th NJ Volunteers enlisted CW served under Capt.
      Reynolds Enrolled 1861 Aug 17 at Trenton, NJ for 3 years.
      GCHB V24 1994-09-05 from Franklinville, NJ and a widower with 4 children
      when he enlisted at age 29. In a letter home David said "Now i Will truble
      Beckey With a few More virces that i Want her to Leran that i have
      Composed."
          Long May it be remembered
          as Every one doth Say
          When We Enlisted in the service
          five Monts ago to Day
                We took the cars to trenton Went
                our Courage to Display
                and there We took a Solem othe
                five Monts ago to Day
                      our harts though sad our Countryes Love
                      Did speed us on our Way
                      to save that flag By Witch We swore
                      five Monts ago to Day
                            Now With gods Blesing May we Live
                            to see our homes so gay
                            to ingoy fruits of our table -
                            five Monts ago to Day
      His parting words to his little girl were "Now Beckey git this By hart
      and i Wont Bother you Eney More."
      Love, this from your old Dad          David Doughty
      David was critically wounded on the way to Fortress Monroe.
   n. notes on a Civil War soldier from Glou. Co. who gave his life in service
      to his country - research by William Skinner, Mullica Hill, NJ at GCHS and
      Bulletin of the GCHS V24 N5 P25 Civil War Legacy by Patricia Clunn Jones.
      David had his pay sent "home" to John Doughty of Williamstown - NJA and
      John Doughty later gains custody of David's children, the document being
      witnessed by Joseph & Rebecca Doughty. rwc75
   n. Doughty Tree abstracts.  V19 N1 P15
   df 1861
   dm 1862 Aug 04 aboard U. S. Hospital Transport Ship  Louisana of wounds rec'd
      in action at Gaines Farm, in front of Richmond, VA 1862 Jun 27 Interred at
      National Cemetery in Hampton, VA  R3 SF G21
 with Emma "Amy" (nee Hawkins 06) Doughty
   Hannah G 07    Mary R 07      Stephen H 07   William V 07
   b18540221      b18560119      b18581103      b18600919

Sylvanus Doughty 06
   bm 1836 Oct 01 to Thomas Doughty 05 et ux Mary (nee Simkins 05) Doughty
   n. much information on this line received from Jack Kelley, MlvHstSoc, NJ
   mf 1859 ___ __ Elizabeth A. Curry 06
   bf 1840 Dec 27 to Robert Curry 05 et ux Rebecca Ann (nee Taylor 05) Curry
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686 P397 L35 982/982
      NJ, Camden Co., Camden, Winslow Twsp P136
      PO:  Chews Landing, 1860 Jul 10 Joshua Sickler, Ass't Marshal
 Name                     AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP
MSIRemark
 Sirinious Doughty          24M Blacksmith              100NJ
 Elizabeth                  21F                            NJ
   n. Co. D., 25th NJ Volunteers. GJB76
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R___ P___ L_ _/_
      NJ, Camden Co., Winslow Twsp.
      PO: , 1860  Joshua Sickler, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc         RE    PP    BP      FMB  M  SIRem
 Sylvanus                   34   glass packer
 Elizabeth                  27   keeping house
 George W.                  10
 Harry W.                    8   school
 Wilmer A.                   2
 Ida                        8m   b. Oct. 1869
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R686  V    E    P     L  1274/1274
      NJ, Camden Co., Monroe Twp.,
      PO:, 1880 Joshua Sickler, Ass't Marshal

 Name                    CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Sylvanus Doughty           43                 laborer
 Elizabeth                  38    wife                                                              VA
 George                     19    Son          glass factory
 Beckie                     18    Dau
 Wiliam? [Wilmer]           12    Son                                                S
 Ida                        10    Dau

   n. Beckie & William maybe children of brother David.
   c. 1885 NJ State Census, Monroe Twp. {Some info thanks to Harry Chance]
 Sylvanus                20-60
 Elizabeth               20-60
 Wilmer A.                5-20    [listed as next family, but unusual]
 Ida                      5-20
   n. 1870, 1880, 1885 Census Info thanks to Harry Chance & GJB
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R___  SD_ ED161 S1 L63 [3of5]
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Monroe Twp.
      Enumerated:

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT

   c. 1905 NJ Census S36 L75
   c. 1910 NJ Census ED129 S5(201), L82
   n. Newspaper Obits from GCHS 1997 Mar 07
   df 1910 Jun 06 interred First Methodist Church Cemetery, Williamstown, NJ
      NJDR/GJB76 headstone.
   dm 1915 Apr 05 interred First Methodist Church Cemetery, Williamstown, NJ
      NJDR/GJB76 headstone.
   n. From list of Tombstones for Williamstown 1st Methodist Church in GCHSoc
      are these "extra" Doughtys:
      Eva D. ?-1885 jun 5
      Herbert L. 1895-1896
      Johnnie E. ?-?
      Meribah 1871 oct 17 - 1890 jul 15
 with Elizabeth A. (nee Curry 06) Doughty
   George W 07    Harry W 07     Beckie 07      Wilmer A 07    Ida 07
   b18600825      b1862          b1862          b18671231      b186910

Daniel Doughty 06
   bm 1844 Jul 06 to Thomas Doughty 05 et ux Mary (nee Simkins 05) Doughty
   mf 1863 Feb 04 Rebecca June Atkinson 06 both of Monroeville by Samuel Parker
      at Fislerville.  Wit: Louisa A. and John S. Parker (p64).
   n. South Jersey Church Records: Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths, 1750-1900,
      Vol. 2 of 2. Comp by Jeanne Hamell, GCHSoc, 1992: Trinity Meth., Clayton:
   n. 18800827 A. Lawrence baptised Maud P. Doughty, daug. of Daniel and Rebecca
      Maud b. 18791001 (p27).
   n. 18810209 He baptised their daug., Flora (p28).
   n. 18781101 HM Brown baptised Harriet F. bf 18750714 and Mary R. bf 18780505,
      daugs. Of Daniel Doughtey (p25).
 with Rebecca June (nee Atkinson 06) Doughty
   Anna Bell 07   Lucinda 07     Thomas 07      Mary R 07      Sylvanus S 07
   b              b              b              b18780505      b18660120
   David 07       Whilmina 07    Harriet F 07
   b18660120      b18730407      b18750714
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James Doughty 07
   bm 1847 ___ __ to Joseph Doughty 06 et ux Rebecca (nee Atkinson 06) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Levinia _ 07
   bf 1847
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R686  V    E    P     L  1274/1274
      NJ, Camden Co., Monroe Twsp.
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 James                           31   Common labor        illiterate
 Lavinia                         31   wife
 Mary                             8   dau

   n. List of Tombstones for Williamstown 1st Methodist Church in NJ_GCHSoc GJB
   dm 1907 ___ __ Interred Williamstown 1st Methodist Ch., NJ.
   df ____ ___ __ Interred Williamstown 1st Methodist Ch., NJ.

Mary Doughty 07
   bm 1853 ___ __ to Joseph Doughty 06 et ux Rebecca (nee Atkinson 06) Doughty

John Doughty 07
   bm 1855 ___ __ to Joseph Doughty 06 et ux Rebecca (nee Atkinson 06) Doughty

Joseph Doughty 07
   bm 1853 Mar __ to Joseph Doughty 06 et ux Rebecca (nee Atkinson 06) Doughty
   dm 1882 Jul 25 at 29Y4M. Headstone at First Methodist Church cemetery,
      Williamstown, NJ. GJB76

Rebecca Doughty 07
   bm 1856 ___ __ to Joseph Doughty 06 et ux Rebecca (nee Atkinson 06) Doughty

Hannah Doughty 07
   bm 1859 ___ __ to Joseph Doughty 06 et ux Rebecca (nee Atkinson 06) Doughty

Ellen Doughty 07
   bm 1863 ___ __ to Joseph Doughty 06 et ux Rebecca (nee Atkinson 06) Doughty

Daniel Doughty 07
   bm 1864 ___ 09 to Joseph Doughty 06 et ux Rebecca (nee Atkinson 06) Doughty
   dm 1885 Mar 15 at 20.?.6 Headstone at First Methodist Church cemetery,
      Williamstown, NJ. GJB76

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Ellen "Ella" E. Doughty 07
   bf 1866 ___ __ to John H. Doughty 06 et ux Ellen (nee Atkinson 06) Doughty
   mm 1884 Feb 03 Edward S. Reeves 07, she of Camden, he of Salem.
      Salem Co. Deaths & Marriages - GCHS 926.2 SAL P10.
      1884 Feb 05 Edward S. Reeves _, he of Salem, she of Camden, by Rev. Milton
      Relyea in Camden, NJ.  CD18840223.
   bm 1861
   df 1932 ___ __ Headstone at First Methodist Church cemetery, Williamstown, NJ
   dm 1937

John R. Doughty 07
   bm 1869 Nov __ to John H. Doughty 06 et ux Ellen (nee Atkinson 06) Doughty
   n. 1883 Camden City Directory 450 Beckley pressman - WJP
   mf ____ ___ __ Laura Adams 07
   bf 1871 ___ __ in US.
   n. Oyster dealer.
   n. Sue Quinn's line.
   n. Get 1900 Census in VA, Fairfax Co.
   n. Get 1910 Census in NJ, Ocean City.
   n. From bingham jnlk.com Sat Apr 17 18:47:21 1999
      John and Laura Doughty (?not sure of these names - better find out, this
      is not old history) they had
   dm 1926 Oct 15 at 56Y, interred NJ, Camden, Harleigh Cem.
      CaCHS, WPA P354-4 1937, P4445-4 1938
   df 1930 Apr 02 interred NJ, Camden, Harleigh Cem.
      CaCHS, WPA P354-4 1937, P4445-4 1938
 with Laura (nee Adams 07) Doughty
   Benjamin H 08  Emma 08        Lena 08        Thomas 08      John 08
   b1890          b1892          b1893          b1899          b1905
   Laura 08       Helen 08
   b1906          b1909

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Hannah G. Doughty 07
   bf 1854 Feb 21 to David Doughty 06 et ux Emma (nee Hawkins 06) Doughty

Mary Rebecca Doughty 07
   bf 1856 Jan 19 to David Doughty 06 et ux Emma (nee Hawkins 06) Doughty
   mm 1874 Mar 18 George W. Robinson 07 NJ_GCMR P160 in Franklinville area,
      Glou. Co., NJ
   mm 1881 Mar 07 Albert Eldridge 07 both of Williamstown, by Rev. E. H. Durell
      at Williamstown, NJ.  She goes by M. Rebecca Doughty. WJP18810316
      CD18810319

Stephen H. Doughty 07
   bm 1858 Nov 03 to David Doughty 06 et ux Emma (nee Hawkins 06) Doughty
   dm 1919 ___ __ Stephen H. "Sr." 1919 - GJB76
 with
   Stephen H 08
   b1893

William V. Doughty 07
   bm 1860 Sep 19 to David Doughty 06 et ux Emma (nee Hawkins 06) Doughty
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George W. Doughty 07
   bm 1860 Aug 25 to Sylvanus Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth A. (nee Curry 06)
      Doughty
   mf 187_ Aug 29 Clara Isabella Sturts 07 of Phila, PA P192 1872-80 NJMR
      DRC324/S4/D29
      Salem Co. Deaths & Marriages - GCHS 926.2 SAL P192 1872-80
      George W/Winstown          m Clara Isabella Starts/Phila,PA
   bf 1861 Sep 15 to Frederick W. Sturts 06 et ux Julia (nee Kirken 06) Sturts
   c. 1885 NJ State Census, Monroe Twp.
 George W.       20-60
 Clara I.        20-60
 Ora H.             <5
 Eugene             <5
   n. Some info thanks to Harry Chance
   df 1891 Jul 22 headstone at First Methodist Church, Williamstown, NJ.
   mf 1894 Sep 29 Anna Mae Jones 07 NJMR451/40/D2
   bf 1875 Mar 24 to Abraham Jones 06 et ux Rebecca (nee Gibbs 06) Jones
   n. 1895/6 NJ_CuC Directory.  George W. Doughty,
      511 N. High St., Millville, NJ.
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R___  SD_ ED___ S_ L__ 7/32/18/13
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Monroe Twp.
      Enumerated:

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT

   c. 1920 U. S. Census T625 R___ V___ E____ S_ L_  26/152/10/11
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Bridgeton, Ward 32, 7421 Emerald Ave.
      Enumerated: 1920 Jan 9-10, Dora A. Love

 Name                    Rel.  HHSCAgeMYOI NYON SRWPOB        Lang    FPOB       Lang    MPOB       Lang    ETrade       Industry    EFarm

   n. 1935 Apr 12 George W. Doughty, 50 Simpson Ave., Pitman, N.J. Letter from
      Andrew K. H. Doughty to George W. Doughty.
   df 1938 May 26 at 63y Headstone at First Methodist Church, Williamstown Cem.
      NJDR1938 arb Pitman Grove Review
   dm 1946 Jun 16 at 85 interred Methodist Cem., Williamstown, NJ
   n. George lost his wife Clara 1891 Jul, 8 month old son Lester 1891 Aug, 10
      year old daughter Ora Helen 1892 May and 4 year old son Victor 1892 Jun.
      GJB76
 with Clara Isabella (nee Sturts 07) Doughty
   Ora Hellen 08  Eugene A 08    Victor G 08    Lester W 08
   b18810709      b18840705      b18880210      b18910112
 with Anna M. (nee Jones 07) Doughty
   Sylvanus 08    George W 08    Clara 08
   b18950218      b18990514

Harry W. Doughty 07
   bm 1862 ___ __ to Sylvanus Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth A. (nee Curry 06)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Bessie V. Miller 07
   dm 1947 Nov 29 interred Trinity Protestant Cem., Glassboro, NJ, of Woodbury,
      Sr.
 with Bessie V. (nee Miller 07) Doughty

Beckie Doughty 07
   bf 1862 ___ __ to Sylvanus Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth A. (nee Curry 06)
      Doughty

Wilmer A. Doughty 07
   bm 1867 Dec 31 to Sylvanus Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth A. (nee Curry 06)
      Doughty
   mf 1894 Nov 17 Blanch Emmons 07 in Medford, NJ
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jacob Emmons 06 et ux Mary (nee Dickson 06) Doughty
   dm 1899 Mar 05 headstone at First Methodist Church, W18670322illiamstown, NJ.

Ida Doughty 07
   bf 1870 ___ __ to Sylvanus Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth A. (nee Curry 06)
      Doughty
   mm 1888 Nov 03 Oscar A. Sturts 07 of Philadelphia, PA  NJMR DLC380/40/S2
   bm 1865 Dec __ to Frederick W. Sturts 06 et ux Julia (nee Kinker 06) Sturts
   n. Oscar is the brother of Clara I. Sturts who married Ida's brother George.
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Anna Bell Doughty 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 06 et ux Rebecca June (nee Atkinson 06)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Richard Cook 07

Lucinda Doughty 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 06 et ux Rebecca June (nee Atkinson 06)
      Doughty
   n. From list of Tombstones for Williamstown 1st Methodist Church in GCHSoc
      are these "extra" Doughtys:  GJB
      Lulu 1868-1940  (probably Lucinda of Daniel & Rebecca)

Thomas Doughty 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 06 et ux Rebecca June (nee Atkinson 06)
      Doughty

Mary Rebecca Doughty 07
   bf 1878 May 05 to Daniel Doughty 06 et ux Rebecca June (nee Atkinson 06)
      Doughty in Gloucester Co., NJ

Sylvanus S. Doughty 07
   bf 1866 Jan 20 to Daniel Doughty 06 et ux Rebecca June (nee Atkinson 06)
      Doughty in Franklin Twp., Glou. Co., NJ
   mf 1899 Mar 11 Emma Cossaboon 07 Rafine 07
   n. S probably Simkins
 with Emma (nee Cossaboon 07)
   Harriet 08

David Doughty 07
   bf 1866 Jan 20 to Daniel Doughty 06 et ux Rebecca June (nee Atkinson 06)
      Doughty

Whilmina Doughty 07
   bf 1873 Apr 07 to Daniel Doughty 06 et ux Rebecca June (nee Atkinson 06)
      Doughty
   mm 1892 Feb 13 George O. Pangburn 07 in Salem, NJ
 with George O. Pangburn 07
   Mary Ethel 08  Daniel A 08    Annabell 08    Ernest 08      Edwin Lewis 08
   b18920601      b18941120      b18971220      b19000501      b19000501
   Norman 08      Bessie May 08
   b19020119      b19050927

Harriet F. Doughty 07
   bf 1875 Jul 14 to Daniel Doughty 06 et ux Rebecca June (nee Atkinson 06)
      Doughty
   mm 1900 Jun 16 William Wallace 07
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Harrison Earl Doughty 08
   bm~1889 ___ __ to John R. Doughty 07 et ux Laura (nee Adams 07) Doughty.
   n. he was a carpenter,,,,,died young of pnemonia...
   n. lived on 3rd and State Sts., Camden, NJ.
   mf ____ ___ __ Susie Newkirk 08
   dm 1926 Nov __ buried in Harleigh Cemetery, Camden, NJ.

Benjamin Harris Doughty 08
   bm 1890 ___ __ to John R. Doughty 07 et ux Laura (nee Adams 07) Doughty
   n. clerk
   dm 1928 Nov 26 interred NJ, Camden, Harleigh Cem.
      CaCHS, WPA P354-4 1937, P4445-4 1938

Emma Doughty  08
   bf 1892 ___ __ to John R. Doughty 07 et ux Laura (nee Adams 07) Doughty
   n. spent some time in CA......wanted to be a movie star.....played small
      roles in a couple of films......ended up moving to wildwood,nj

Lena Doughty 08
   bf 1893 ___ __ to John R. Doughty 07 et ux Laura (nee Adams 07) Doughty

Thomas Doughty 08
   bm 1899 Mar 05 to John R. Doughty 07 et ux Laura (nee Adams 07) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Alma _ 08
   n. a music teacher. any bells ringing?? Sue
   dm 1972 Jul __ in Haddonfield, NJ.

John Doughty 08
   bm 1905 ___ __ to John R. Doughty 07 et ux Laura (nee Adams 07) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Edna _ 08
   n. lived in Oaklyn,nj

Laura Doughty 08
   bf 1906 ___ __ to John R. Doughty 07 et ux Laura (nee Adams 07) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Martin 08
   n. ended up divorced I believe - no kids.had shack in Wildwood - sold
      breakfast and lunch to fishermen......then moved to Pennsauken and owned
      duplex on 44th st......

Helen Doughty 08
   bf 1909 ___ __ to John R. Doughty 07 et ux Laura (nee Adams 07) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Edward Mangen(?) 08

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Stephen H. Doughty 08
   bm 1893 ___ __ to Stephen H. Doughty 07
   mf ____ ___ __ Martha Fennimore 08
   dm 1960 Jul 20 at 67 at Denver, CO; husb. of Martha (nee Fennimore) of
      Glassboro, NJ; interred Hillcrest Cem., Hurffville, NJ. Survived by dau.
      Mrs. Pearl Ebert of Denver, sis. Mrs. Edgar Brown, sis. Miss Eva Doughty.
   n. error here?
   mf ____ ___ __ Effie May Parker 08
   df 1962 Oct 16 at 82 interred Methodist Cemetery, Glassboro, NJ; survived by
      two daughters Mrs. Ada P. Maerz, Mrs. Margaret Storm, both of Woodbury;
      four grandchildren.  Formerly of Glassboro, of Woodbury.
   n. Pearl Mann Doughty mm John Norris Ebert bm 1932 Jan 15 and had Linda, John
      and Steven.  J,J&T Sheppard P315 - NJ_BuCHS.
 with Martha (nee Fennimore 08) Doughty
   Pearl M 09
   b

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Ora Hellen Doughty 08
   bf 1881 Jul 08 to George W. Doughty 07 et ux Clara Isabella (nee Sturts 07)
      Doughty
   df 1892 May 30 interred Williamstown, Monroe Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ
      NJDR703/40/D29 headstone at First Methodist Ch. GJB76 name illegible, but
      date matches.

Eugene Austin Doughty 08
   bm 1884 Jul 05 to George W. Doughty 07 et ux Clara Isabella (nee Sturts 07)
      Doughty NJDR86/40/D68
   mf 1909 Jan 30 Nora F. Davis 08 NJMR[1909]Cert. 512
   bf ____ ___ __ to Joseph F. Davis 07 et ux Johanna (nee Pavell 07) Davis

Victor George Doughty 08
   bm 1888 Feb 10 to George W. Doughty 07 et ux Clara Isabella (nee Sturts 07)
      Doughty SJCR1:30
   dm 1892 Jul 09 Monroe Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ  NJDR703/40/D30
      headstone First Methodist Ch. name illegible, but date matches. GBJ76

Lester W. Doughty 08
   bm 18910112 to George W. Doughty 07 et ux Clara Isabella (nee Sturts 07)
      Doughty SJCR1:30
   dm 1891 Aug 29 Monroe Twp., Gloucester Co., NJ NJDR703/40/D8 headstone name
      illegible but date matches at First Methodist Ch., 18910110-18910823

Sylvanus Doughty 08
   bm 1895 Feb 18 to George W. Doughty 07 et ux Anna Mae (nee Jones 07) Doughty
   mf 1916 ___ __ Jennie Fuller 08
   mf ____ ___ __ Florence _ 08
   vf ____ ___ __ Florence (nee _ 08) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Ruth Keebler 08
   dm 1975 Jun __ SISSN NJ 147-12-6604 DRL 08071 Pitman, Gloucester Co., NJ
   n. Denise 10      Charles 10
 with Jennie (nee Fuller 08) Doughty
   Janet Mae 09
 with Florence (nee _ 08) Doughty
   Kathleen J 09
   b1954

George W. Doughty 08
   bm 1899 May 14 to George W. Doughty 07 et ux Anna Mae (nee Jones 07) Doughty
      NJBR239/40/D30
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Rambo 08
   dm 1959 Jan 07 interred Methodist Cem., Williamstown, NJ. headstone First
      Methodist Ch 1899-1959. GJB76
   n. survived by 5 nieces, 2 nephews; brother Sy, sister Mrs. Clara Hoots both
      of Pitman.

Clara Doughty 08
   bf 1901 Feb 04 to George W. Doughty 07 et ux Anna Mae (nee Jones 07) Doughty
      NJBR1901Cert. 4738
   mm 1921 Aug 13 Frank Drummond Hoots 08 NJMR1921C517
   bm 1898 Sep 23 to Corey G. Hoots 07 et ux Anna (nee Ledis 3l) Hoots
   dm 1983 Feb __ SISSN 147-12-6632 NJ DRL Lauderhill, FL 33321
   df 1986 Feb __ SISSN 155-28-4917 NJ DRL Lauderhill, FL 33321
 with Frank Drummond Hoots 08
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Janet Mae Doughty 09
   bf 1917 Jan 20 to Sylvanus Doughty 08 et ux Jennie (nee Fuller 08) Doughty
      NJBR1917C168
   mm 1939 Aug 25 Theodore Jones Adams 09 NJMR1938
   bm 1915 Oct 16 to Clarence D. Adams 08 et ux Eliza Jane (nee Stewart 08)
      Adams NJBR1915C193
   n. Theodore goes to Joseph Adams 68 William Adams 68
   dm 1992 Oct 05 interred Eglington Cem., Clarksboro, NJ
   df 1994 Feb 17 interred Eglington Cem., Clarksboro, NJ

Kathleen J. Doughty 09
   bf 1954 ___ __ to Sylvanus Doughty 08 et ux Florence (nee _ 08) Doughty
   df 1971 Mar 01 at 17 interred Eglington Cem., Clarksboro, NJ

Denise Doughty 09

Charles Doughty 09

LINKAGE END 03  A Thomas Doughty/Mary Simkins Line

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Richard S. Doughty _
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Rebecca S. Doughty _
   bf 1878 Oct 07 to
   df 1966 May 26 at 87 interred Manahath Cem., Glassboro wife of late Richard
      S. Doughty. Son Richard S. Doughty of Medford Lakes, stepson J. Ray
      Doughty; 3 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren. SISSN NJ 151-20-4391 DRL
      Ocean City, Cape_May Co., NJ 08226
 with Rebecca S.
   Richard S _



LINKAGE BEGIN 04 Thomas Doughty/Elizabeth Marple Line


Thomas Doughty 05
   bm 17__ probably brother to William Daugherty (note Sauls below).
   mf 1799 Oct 31 Elizabeth Marple 05, by William Zane. Dowty NJ_GCMR P76.
   bf~1775
   n. From bingham jnlk.com 1999 Apr 20 17:24:29 Tue Subject: Thomas W. Marple
      Note note from RWC: From the list of children, it would seem that ole
      Thomas W. and Mary would have been born about 1800. But the deed of 1802
      requiring Thomas to be an adult would have Tom born by, say, 1781,
      making him at least 63 at the time Daniel was born. Mary's second
      marriage might explain that she was just a pup when she married this old
      dude in 1820-something. It is likely, then, that there were two
      generations of Thomas Doughtys, Thomas W. being the son. Or--or!--Thomas
      W. Doughty had two litters, the second with Mary.
      Let's see. Some Thomas married Elizabeth Marple in 1799 and had William
      M1 Doughty in 1802. That Thomas would ideally be born about 1778-1780.
      How about that. It fits this guy. The projected c1760 birthdate for the
      Thomas who married Marple was based on a Hamilton Twp. census that
      belongs to a different Thomas.
      So lets say that Thomas W. was born about 1778 and married Elizabeth
      Marple of Deptford Township (that included West Deptford, Deptford,
      Washington, and Monroe at the time) in 1799. He set up house in the
      Williamstown area, buying a plot with known Williamstown resident
      Cornelius Tice. This was January 12, 1802. Son of a gun, 9 months later
      William M1 was born to Thomas W. and Elizabeth!  William M1 later
      married a Phifer. All the Marples and Phifers and Doughtys show up in
      the JP book of Cornelius Tice. And the land was formerly owned by George
      Marple.
      Catherine [Ireland] could also be an aunt
      or just a boarder or housekeeper. The census does not indicate the
      relationship. Recall that Ireland turns out to be a common Williamstown
      name as well as a common Egg Harbor name.
      William C. Doughty.'s widow, Jane Ann "of Millville" bought a house in
      Williamstown in 1875 and sold it to a son of Sylvanus Doughty in 1885.
      William C's
      son of the same name was married in Clayton, another municipality tied
      to glass as were Millville and Williamstown, even though he was born in
      Millville and later resided there. Reuben witnessed William C, Sr's
      wedding in Port Elizabeth, another glass town, in 1838. The boys of the
      "third litter" were deeply involved in glass.
      Millville ties the last knot. A son of William M1's, Joseph, moved to
      Millville. William C. and his line were Millville residents. Reuben who
      spent time in Franklin Township around 1850 (adjacent to Williamstown)
      ended up in Millville.
      That's all tidy, but a Daniel Doughty shows up as an adult in the JP
      book of Richard Howell Tice in 1828. He is old enough to be an uncle to
      Daniel, the son of Thomas W. It is possible that some of these children
      attach to this other adult unless we can place him with Peter Watson
      (who appears in the book with him) in some other part of Gloucester
      County.
 with Elizabeth (nee Marple 05) Doughty
   William M 06
   b18020902

William M. Doughty 06
   bm 1802 Sep 02 to Thomas Doughty 05 et ux Elizabeth (nee Marple 05) Doughty
   mf 1828 Feb 04 Mary Ann Phipher 06 NJ_GCMR P75.
   bf 1805 ___ __ to Michael Phipher 05 et ux Elizabeth (nee _ 05) Phipher in
      Millville, NJ. GJB76.
   ld 1829 Nov 16 NJ_GCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_YY P456 rec 1829 Dec 08
      Grantor: Joseph Rogers & Oswald Hayze et ux Rebecca et al
      Grantee: William M. Doughty & Nehemiah Beebe
      Transaction: for $66.50, 14 acres in Glou Co.
   ld 1833 May 04 NJ_GCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_S3 P264
      Grantor: Levi C. Phifer, of Glou. Co., Franklin Twp.
      Grantee: William M. Doughty, of Glou. Co., Franklin Twp.
      Five acres which Levi purchased of Charles Downs et ux and Margaret
      Carmen B_R3 P296 1837 Mar 18 note date inconsistency.
   ld 1837 Aug 04 NJ_GCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_S3 P264 Gloucester County, NJ. Transcribed by GJB.
      Grantor: Levi C. Phifer of Waterford, Gloucester Co, NJ, and wife Mary.
      Grantee: William M. Doughty of Waterford.
      Transaction: $50.00 for 5.9 acres
      Description: in Franklin Twp., Gloucester Co, NJ. Lane from John Lashley's
      to New Road, to Lashley with Robert Chew, to corner of Edward Lashley
      (bought from Phifer), Frederic Carman [Kurmann], the new road. Land Phifer
      acquired from Charles and Margaret (Carman) Downs 1834 Mar 18, R3-296.
      Witness: J. C. Thackray. Note: The Lashleys were thick
      around Lake Methodist Church. Robert Chew, John Lashley, and Edward
      Lashley are buried there. In fact, the trustees for the original Lake
      Church in 1841 were: James Down, Samuel Sharp, Edward Lashley, Frederic
      Saul, John Saul, Lawrence Souders (my ancestor), and Frederic Carman
      (possible cousin or ancestor from another branch).--GJB]
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R___ P027    (verify age groups)
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Waterford Twp.  ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 William M.* _____________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 (William M.)____________ 30-39MW
 (Mary Ann)______________ 30-39FW
 (Elizabeth)_____________ 10-14FW
 (Charlotte)_____________ 10-14FW
 (Joseph C. P.)__________ 00-04MW
 (Mary)__________________ 00-04FW
   n. where are they in 1850?
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686 P165 L13  1200/1250
      NJ, Camden Co., Winslow Township
      PO:  Chews Landing, 1860 Jul 11 Joshua Sickler, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemark
 William M. Doughty         57M Blacksmith              200NJ
 Mary                       53F                            NJ
 Mary                       13F                            NJ       X
   df 1875 May 13 at 69 in Millville, NJ of softening of the brain.
 with Mary Ann (nee Phipher 06) Doughty
   Elizabeth 07   Charlotte 07   George W 07    Charles P 07   Joseph C P 07
   b              b18300204      b              b              b18350928
   Emily 07       William H H 07 Sarah Ann 07   Mary Ann 07
   b              b              b              b1847

Elizabeth Doughty 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to William M. Doughty 06 et ux Mary Ann (nee Phipher 06)
      Doughty

Charlotte Doughty 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to William M. Doughty 06 et ux Mary Ann (nee Phipher 06)
      Doughty

George W. Doughty 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to William M. Doughty 06 et ux Mary Ann (nee Phipher 06)
      Doughty

Charles P. Doughty 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to William M. Doughty 06 et ux Mary Ann (nee Phipher 06)
      Doughty

Joseph C. P. Doughty 07
   bm 1835 Sep 28 to William M. Doughty 06 et ux Mary Ann (nee Phipher 06)
      Doughty at Waterford Twsp., NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Louisa F. Vanamann 07
   bf 1837 Oct 19 to Charles Vanamann 06
   n. linkage by Glenn Bingham  GJB76
   n. Lois Anderson's line
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686 P457 L5 1452/1452
      NJ, Camden Co., Waterford Township
      PO: Chews Landing, 1860 Jul 18 Joshua Sickler, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemark
 Joseph Doughty             25M Glass Blower           200NJ
 Louisa                     23F                           NJ
 William                     1M                           NJ
   n. 1862 moved to Millville, Cumberland Co., NJ
   n. Cumberland County, NJ, Book of Corporations, Book 1-- Page 67.  GJB76.
      1883 July 2    Millville Institute Savings Fund Association
      Directors:
      James McLaughlin, Superintendent
      John S. Reeves, Manufacturer
      James Headley, Clerk
      Joseph C. Doughty, Glassblower
      Alfred R. Gaskill, Clerk
      Charles Crosby, Machinist
      George W. Payne, Glassblower
      Eugene Goodwin, Machinist
      John N. Branin, Glassblower
      Owen W. Worstall, Merchant
      Joseph D. Trout, Glassblower
      R. L. Newell, Insurance
   df 1912
   dm 1921 Mar 16
 with Louisa F. (nee Vanaman 07) Doughty
   William M 08   Charles V 08   Joseph L 08    Harry 08
   b18590504      b18610429      b18630612      b1865

Emily Doughty 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to William M. Doughty 06 et ux Mary Ann (nee Phipher 06)
      Doughty

William H. H. Doughty 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to William M. Doughty 06 et ux Mary Ann (nee Phipher 06)
      Doughty
   n. 1883 Camden City Directory  511 S. 6th  carriage painter works for
      Joseph Collings.
   n. 1887 NJ_CCD William H Doughty   painter   434 Washington Camden NJ. sq
      1888 NJ_CCD William H Doughty   painter   434 Washington Camden NJ. sq
      1888 NJ_CCD William Doughty   carriago painter   728 New Camden NJ. sq
      1889 NJ_CCD William Doughty   carriago painter   728 New Camden NJ. sq
      1890 NJ_CCD William Doughty   carriage painter   728 New Camden NJ. sq
      1891 NJ_CCD William Doughty   carriage painter   728 New Camden NJ. sq
   n. 1888 NJ_CCD William Doughty   laborer   705 s 6th Camden NJ. sq
   n. 1889 NJ_CCD William Doughty   laborer   705 s 6th Camden NJ. sq
   wm 1947 Jul 07 CuCWR B_65 P277  may be a different Wm. H. Doughty
   dm
      1952 Dec 02 will probate.

Sarah Ann Doughty 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to William M. Doughty 06 et ux Mary Ann (nee Phipher 06)
      Doughty
   mm 1863 Sep 19 Jesse Sunar 07 at Millville, Cu. Co., NJ.

Mary Ann Doughty 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to William M. Doughty 06 et ux Mary Ann (nee Phipher 06)
      Doughty
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William M. Doughty 08
   bm 1859 May 04 to Joseph C. P. Doughty 07 et ux Louisa F. (nee
      Vanaman 07) Doughty
   mf 1880 May 01 Mary Ella Miller 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to Henry F. Miller 07 of Phila.
   n. 1888 NJ_CCD William M Doughty       245 Mount Vernon Camden NJ. sq
      1889 NJ_CCD William M Doughty       245 Mount Vernon Camden NJ. sq
      1890 NJ_CCD William M Doughty Camden NJ. sq
      1891 NJ_CCD William M Doughty Camden NJ. sq
   n. 1895/6 NJ_CuC Directory.  William M. Doughty, glassblower,
      427 E. Mulberry St., Millville, NJ.
   dm 1940 Jan 21 at 80Y of Landis Township interred Mt. Pleasant, wife Mary E.
      Doughty  CP19400122
 with Mary Ella (nee Miller 08) Doughty
   Robert M 09    Halford A 09
   b              b

Charles V. Doughty 08
   bm 1861 Apr 29 to Joseph C. P. Doughty 07 et ux Louisa F. (nee
      Vanaman 07) Doughty
   n. 1895/6 NJ_CuC Directory.  Charles V. Doughty, glassblower,
      515 E. Mulberry St., Millville, NJ.

Joseph L. Doughty 08
   bm 1863 Jun 12 to Joseph C. P. Doughty 07 et ux Louisa F. (nee Vanaman 07)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Florence Reeves 08
   bf 1870 Oct 19 to Charles Reeves 07 et ux Abigail (nee Mitchell 07) Reeves,
      he the Senior.
   n. 1895/6 NJ_CuC Directory.  Joseph L. Doughty, engraver,
      422 E. Mulberry St., Millville, NJ.
   n. Florence (nee Reeves 08) was GJB76's grandmother Caroline Souder's aunt
      as daughters Margaret and Lillian were her first cousins.  Caroline was
      born across the street at 419 Mulberry.
   wm 1919 Jan 01 NJ_CuCWR B_39 P519
   dm 1936 ___ __ interred Mt. Pleasant Cem., Millville, NJ  GJB76 c1992
      1936 Mar 13 will probate.
   df 1936 ___ __ interred Mt. Pleasant Cem., Millville, NJ  GJB76 c1992
 with Florence (nee Reeves 08) Doughty
   Lillian F 09   Margaret H 09
   b1894          b19051013

Harry Doughty 08
   bm 1865 ___ __ to Joseph C. P. Doughty 07 et ux Louisa F. (nee
      Vanaman 07) Doughty
   n. probable father to Harry T. Doughty bm189/81 dm 1918 had son Harry A.
      Doughty bm1913 dm 1918 and possible dau Eleanor bf1916 all three
      interred Mt. Pleasant, Millville
   dm 1918 ___ __ at 24Y interred NJ, Camden, Harleigh Cem., Hillside Lawn, Lot
      104, Grave 4 no headstone. bm 1894
      CaCHS, WPA P354-4 1937, P4445-4 1938.
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Robert Miller Doughty 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to William M. Doughty 08 with Mary Ella (nee Miller 08)
      Doughty

Halford Allen Doughty 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to William M. Doughty 08 with Mary Ella (nee Miller 08)
      Doughty
   wm 1955 Apr 16 CuCWR B_85 P311
   dm
      1960 Aug 19 will proved.
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Lillian F. Doughty 09
   bf 1894 ___ __ to Joseph Doughty 08 et ux Florence (nee Reeves 08) Doughty
   mm never
   df 1968 ___ __ interred Mt. Pleasant Cem., Millville, NJ  GJB76 c1992

Margaret Helms Doughty 09
   bf 1905 Oct 13 to Joseph Doughty 08 et ux Florence (nee Reeves 08) Doughty
      At her birth, father Joseph is noted as an engraver - Dolores.
   mm ____ ___ __ Norman Langley 09
   bm 1903
   dm 1991 ___ __ interred Mt. Pleasant Cem., Millville, NJ  GJB76 c1992
 with Norman Langley 08
   Donald 09
   b

LINKAGE END 04 The Thomas Doughty/Elizabeth Marple Line
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LINKAGE BEGIN 06  James Doughty/Shipwright of Philadelphia/Washington DC


   n. Abstracts from Franklins PA Gazette 1728-1748
      1741 Jan 15 List of Letters unclaimed at the Philadelphia Post Office
      Elizabeth Doughty  (among a great many others) P291
   n. Abstracts from Franklins PA Gazette 1728-1748
      1746 Apr 17 A Spanish man-of-war snow took the following prizes; the ship
      Postilion, Capt. Doughty.  P553
   n. Abstracts from Franklins PA Gazette 1728-1748
      1746 Sep 11 Deserted from Foot Company of Capt. John Diener, Neil Doughty,
      Irishman P
   n. Abstracts from Franklins PA Gazette 1728-1748
      1746 Oct 30  English prisoners James Doughty & Charles Stewart to
      Charlestown from St. Augustine: they report that a French Privateer Capt.
      Borneau took a Philadelphia sloop, John Adams, Master, and the ship
      Susannah, Capt. Service P587
   n. Abstracts from the PA Gazette 1748-1755
      1753  NY item of Oct 8 mentions Gov. Clinton (about to embark for London)
      and Captains Penning, Braley, Stirling, Walton, Bennet, Greenall, Quereau,
      Peare, Barrington, Janney, Doughty, Boyne, & Reese (11 Oct).  P255

Patrick Doughty _
   n. #192;   Patrick DOHADY of the County of Hunterdon, and Joseph REED of
      the same place, yeoman...
      [bound to]... William FRANKLIN, Governor... 500 pounds... 26 March 1764.
      ... Patrick DOHADY...
      obtained license of marriage for himself and for Jane TEMPLE of the same
      place, widow... [w]
      Micajah HOW  -  2003/3/8 from GJB.

Robert Doughty 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to Edward?
   n. Robert Doughty owned Lot #27 in the Amity Zone of Berks Co., PA, in 1725
      according to the appendix of "Oley Valley Heritage" available in the Berks
      Co. section of the GloucCoHistSoc. GJB76 Likely a brother to Edward 05.
   mf 1732 Oct 07 Sarah Channell 06 NJ Marriage Records 1665-1800 - Nelson FWPL
      GEN 974.9N could be another Robert.
   n. 1734 PA, Montgomery Co., Upper Dublin  PA_HOMC
      Robert Doughty............ a resident land holder.
      C LXXV-LXXVI Upper Dublin & Upper Hanover Twp.; Bean's 1884 History of
      Montgomery Co., Pa.
      Note: Nicholas Scull connection to Doughty's of Egg Harbor.
      Edward Burk's purchase was made from Nicholas Scull and others
      1698 November 21 and extended from the Susquehanna Street road to the
      Whitemarsh line, and included a part of the present village of Ambler.
      It must have been soon after this date that he settled upon his tract,
      and he was probably ore of the earliest settlers in the township.

Robert Doughty _
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ _ PAPCB
 with Sarah
   Rebecca        Thomas
   b17550610      b17590514

James Doughty _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ _
   n. Jane Dougherty was b 1756 Apr 08 to James & Elizabeth Dougherty as might
      Catherine have been in the Philadelphia County Births. Catherine is listed
      Doughty, however.
   n. is this the James and William Doughertys of the Bucks Co. Poor Tax rolls?
 with Elizabeth
   Catherine
   b17520702

Catherine Doughty _
   bf 1752 Jul 02 to James Doughty _ et ux Elizabeth
   zf 1752 Aug 12 Christ Church Baptisms, 1709-1760 [p.31] Records of Christ
      Church, Philadelphia. Baptisms, 1709-1760, p. 32

Catherine Doughty _
   mm 1797 Jan 28 James Dilworth _, 1797 Jan 28 Claypoole's American Daily
      Advertiser/Poulson's 1791-1799. "Kitty Doughty"
   n. A history of the region of Pennsylvania north of the Ohio and west of the
      Allegheny river, of the Indian purchases, and of the running of the
      southern, northern, and western state boundaries.  Also, ... by Hon.
      Daniel Agnew.  P233, P235
         Names of warrantees (chiefly Philadelphians) taken from a deed of
      Maurice Wurts and William Wurts, and Ham Jan Huidekoper - to William
      Meredith (Phila) and John Day (N. Y.) 1833 August 6.  Part of the warrants
      which had belonged to the Pennsylvania Population Company. The purpose of
      the deed was to perfect the title to the lands and land contracts which
      had belonged to William Griffith, of Burlington, N. J.. in Meredith and
      Day, as the assignees of Maurice and William Wurts.
         Names of Warrantees, viz:-
      Kitty Doughty      150 acres
      Samuel Morris       60 acres
      Joseph Pfeiffer .....
      John Souder
      James Read

Rebecca Doughty _
   bf 1755 Jun 10 to Robert Doughty _ et ux Sarah
   mm 1775 Jul 15 Cornelius Farrin _, PAVRII P96
   n. check for will or deeds of Cornelius Farrin.

Thomas Doughty _
   bm 1759 May 14 to Robert Doughty _ et ux Sarah
   n. maybe the Thomas who m Prudence Parsons of Gt. Egg Harbor. Note Parsons
      connection to Edward the Butcher of Phila.

_ Doughty _
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ _
   bf 1759
   df 1834 Oct 25 at 75 City of Philadelphia, Index to Registration of Deaths
      1803-1860 WPA #1791 of Debility D. Lak

Jonathan Doughty _
   bm ____ ___ __ brother to James?
   n. 1785 Philadelphia City Directory. 83 Mead Alley
   n. 1796 Feb 23 2nd Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia, Church Records P124
      John & Martha Doughty presented their adopted orphaned son John Doughty
      Holmes (bm to Thomas & Rebecca (nee _ _) Holmes for baptism. This may be a
      different Jo[nh].
   n. 1811 Philadelphia City Directory.  Mrs. Doughty, Widow of Jonathan,
      shipbuilder at 386 S. Front St.

Robert Doughty _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ _
   bf 1730
   df 1788 Feb 29 at 58 and interred Deep Run Presbyterian Church, Bucks Co., PA
      Name spelled Dowdy.

Robert Doughty 05
   bm<1743 ___ __ to
   mf 1763 Jan 13 Elizabeth Garrigues 05 PAVR V1 P673 (second?)
   bf ____ ___ __ to Francis Garrigues 04
   n. wm 1783 Feb 15 Philadelphia Will Abstracts B_S P257 N234 Recorded P271
      Francis Garrigues - Southwark, Co. of Philada.  House Carpenter
      Signed 1783 Feb 15. Children - Francis, Sarah Woolfall, Elizabeth Doughty.
      Exec - Elizabeth Doughty.
      Witnesses - John Bazelee, Jno. Stancliff, Jas. Doughty.
      1783 Mar 19 proved.
   ld ____ ___ __ Philadelphia Exemplification B_4 P___ LDSR0021870
      Grantor: Samuel Garrigues
      Grantee: Caleb Pair, power-of-attorney
   n. 1794 In the 2nd Co. of 4th Reg. of Militia of City of Phila under Lt. Col.
      Andrew Gryer's Comm.  DMS
   n. 1794 Philadelphia City Directory. Coppersmith, 23 Elfrith Alley
   n. 1795 Philadelphia City Directory. Coppersmith, 23 Elfrith Alley
   n. 1796 Philadelphia City Directory. Coppersmith, 23 Elfrith's Alley
   n. 1797 Philadelphia City Directory. Coppersmith, 23 Elfrith's Alley
   n. 1799 Philadelphia City Directory. Coppersmith and tinplate worker, 222
      No. Front St. This is next to the address given in the 1791 Philadelphia
      City Directory Nicholas Young, Ship joiner, 220 N. Front
 with Elizabeth (nee Garrigues 05) Doughty
   Ann 06         Francis 06     Robert 06      Sarah 06       Susannah 06
   b17631007      b17641209      b17660907      b17680516      b17700908

Sarah Doughty _
   mm 1765 Sep 10 John Wilson _ PAVR V1 P695

Ann Doughty _
   mm 1768 Apr 21 Daniel Badger _ PAVR V1 P714

Abigail Doughty _
   mm 1772 Apr 16 Benjamine Towne _ PAVR V2 P69

John Doughty _
   n. 1779 Jul 28 Pvt., Northumberland Co. Militia taken prisoner at capture of
      Ft. Freeland.  MCoNJ V23 P462 1776-1782 Flying Camp Rangers, etc.

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Ann Doughty 06
   bf 1763 Oct 07 to Robert Doughty 05 et ux Elizabeth (nee Garrigues 05)
      Doughty

Francis Doughty 06
   bm 1764 Dec 09 to Robert Doughty 05 et ux Elizabeth (nee Garrigues 05)
      Doughty

Robert Doughty 06
   bm 1766 Sep 07 to Robert Doughty 05 et ux Elizabeth (nee Garrigues 05)
      Doughty

Sarah Doughty 06
   bf 1768 May 16 to Robert Doughty 05 et ux Elizabeth (nee Garrigues 05)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Morris Covert 06 in PA.
   n. Maria Agnes Covert bf Luzerne Co., PA.
      Glen & Phyllis B. Stephens at GenForum. 2001/12/10 10:13
   df 1851 Apr 11
 with Morris Covert 06
   Maria A 07
   b18020808

Susannah Doughty 06
   bf 1770 Sep 08 to Robert Doughty 05 et ux Elizabeth (nee Garrigues 05)
      Doughty

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James Doughty 05
   bm~1752
   mf 1772 Feb 06 Margaret Young 05 Second Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia,
      PA  2ndPCCR P291 PAVRII P67
   bf 1753 Dec 18 to William Young 04 et ux Margaret (nee Rogers 04) Young 2nd
      Presbyterian Church Records (2ndPCR) P3, Philadelphia, PA see the Young
      surname file.
   zf 1754 Jan 20 to William Young 04 et ux Margray (nee Rogers 04) Young by
      Rev. N. Greenman 2ndPCR P3
   n. Provincial Tax City of Phila. 1774, Roxborough Twp. V14 P429
      James Doughty   shipwright  no property or tax.
   n. 1781 Effective Supply Tax, MoCoNJ - Newark 1915-1921. V15 P774.
      James Doughty, Val=350,  tax 3.13.6
   n. 1783 Federal Tax, Springfield Twp., MoCoNJ - Newark 1915-1921. V16 P696.
      J. Doughty, g.r.
      F. Garrigues, g.r.
   n. 1788 Tax Property, PA, County of Huntingdon.  PA S3 V22 P365
      James Doughty     403 acres       10.0
   n. PA, County of Bedford, Warranties of Land.  PA S3 V25 P494
      James Doughty     400 acres
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 Index P312 R___ P213.
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Southwark, Swanson St. west side.
 James Doughty_(Ship Carpenter)___________________ 02 02 06 01 __ __
 (James)__________________16-$ MW
 (Margaret)_______________00-$ FW
 (William)________________16-$ MW
 (James)__________________00-15MW
 (John)___________________00-15MW
 (Rebecca)________________00-$ FW
 (Margaret)_______________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ PF
   n. 1791 Philadelphia City Directory. Ship carpenter, 140 Swanson St.,
      Southwark
   n. 1793 Philadelphia City Directory. Shipwright, 140 Swanson
   n. Margaret apparently has a brother & nephew Nicholas who mf Ann Holme 1795
      Apr 23 2ndPCR P312 Rv. Ashbel Green
   n. 1796 Philadelphia City Directory. Ships carpenter, 144 Swanson
   n. 1797 Philadelphia City Directory. Lumber merchant, 142 Swanson St.
   n. 1797 Philadelphia City Directory. & Son, lumber, corner Queen and Swanson
   n. 1798 Philadelphia City Directory. & Son, lumber, corner Queen and Swanson
      Sts.
   ld 1798 Jun 27 NJ_CuCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_1 P_416 Rec. 1799 May 02.
      Grantor: James Sweatman et ux Mary
      Grantee: James Doughty of Philadelphia
      Transaction: 280 pounds gold and silver for land in Maurice River Twp.,
      Town of Millville.
      Description: Beg. at stone in E. side of
      High and and lower side of Main Sts. East 10 rods along Main Street, south
      6 rods; West tenrods to High; North along High St., 6 rods containing 60
      square rods which James Sweatman purchased of Joseph Buck et ux Ruth and
      Robert Smith by deed 1797 May 10, a part of the "Union estate" recorded
      1799 May 02. The land is subsequently sold by James, Jr.
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 R___ P11
      PA, Philadelphia Co.   Other:  free____  slaves____
 James Doughty___________/03 01 01 00 01 __/00 01 01 00 01 __/01 __ ____________
 (James)_________________ 46-$_MW
 (Margaret)______________ 46-$_FW
 (James)_________________ 16-25MW
 (Margaret)______________ 16-25FW
 (Lemuel)________________ 10-15MW
 (Rebecca)_______________ 10-15FW
 (Thomas T.)_____________ 00-09MW
 (Samuel)________________ 00-09MW
 (John)__________________ 00-09MW
   wm 1805 Aug 10 Philadelphia County Will Abstracts P3571 B_1 N93
      James Doughty, late of Southwark, now of Bristol Twp, Phila Co.,
      Shipwright. Provides for wife - children William, James, Rebecca,
      Margaret, Lemuel, Thomas, Samuel, John and Mary, her portion in trust.
      Guardians of younger children, friends Caleb North & Thomas Allibone of
      Phila.  Exrs. William Allibone of Phila, Flour factor and son James
      Doughty.  Signed 1805 Aug 10 Proved 1805 Oct 30 Recorded P383
      Witness: Isaac Childs, George Engle, Jonathan Childs.
       - Transcription of will -  note implication difference for Mary.
      1805 Aug 10 Pennsylvania,  Philadelphia County.  B_1 N93
      In the name of God amen.  I James Doughty late of the district of
      Southwark, now of Bristol Township in the County of Philadelphia,
      Shipwright do make my last will and testament in terms following, to wit.
      It is my will that the whole of my estates real personal and mixed be sold
      as may be best for the interest of my wife and children and my debts being
      first paid be collected into one fund and be employed as to produce the
      best Interest as my wife will have the care of the maintenance and
      education of my minor Children it is my will that she may receive the
      whole of the Interest money so produced untill the youngest child shall be
      come of age and afterwards the Sum of Three hundred dollars pannum during
      her natural life. As [Ann, John, guess] is the youngest child shall become
      of age and afterwards it is my will that the whold of the Estate except
      the capital sum appropriated to the use of my wife be distributed as
      follows - to my Children William, James, Rebecca & Margaret, Lemuel,
      Thomas, Samuel and John each one ninth proportion thereof and to such
      person or persons as my Executors shall judge Suitable and proper, the
      remaining one ninth in trust to and for the sole use and benefit of my
      daughter Mary, so that she may receive the interest thereof duuring her
      natural life and at her death the whole may be divided amongst her
      Children. At the death of my wife it is my will that the sum appropriated
      to her use be diistributed amony my children in the same manner as above.
      As it is my intention to do equity to all my Children, and William has
      received of me Three Hundred and fifty Dollars, Mary has received five
      hundred Dollars, James has received in value one thousand Dollars and
      Rebecca has received Three hundred Dollars, I will that these several
      Sums be deducted from the respective portions and distributed to the other
      children.  I give unto my wife all such of my household and Kitchen
      furniture as she may jude convenient to her own use. I request my friends,
      Caleb North and Thomas Allibone of the City of Philadelphia to be the
      guardians of my minor Children and Lets hereby nominate and apoint
      William Allibone of the City of Philadelphia ....factor and my son
      James Doughty Executors ot this my last will and Testament.  In Witness
      whereof I have set my hand and seal hereto - this Tenth day of August one
      thousand eight hundred and five  (James Doughty)
      Signed, sealed, published and declared by the said Testator as his last
      will and testament in the presence of uw who in his presence at his
      request have subscribed as Witnesses Isaac Childs, George Engle,
      Jonathan Childs.
   dm 1805
      1805 Oct 29 Philadelphia. Then personally appeared Isaac and Jonathan
      Childs two of the witnesses to the foregoing will and on oath did depose
      and say thaty they saw and heard James Doughty, the Testator, sign seal
      publish and declare the same as and for his last will and Testament and
      that at the doing thereof he was of sound mind memory and understanding to
      the best of their knowledge and belief.  Coram J. Wampole, Dep. Regr.
      James Doughty , one of the Exrs sworn same day, Wm Allibond aff'd the 30th
      of Oct. 1805 and Letters Testamentary granted to them.
   wf 1809 ___ __ PA_PCW 1809 N46 B_2 P485
      Margaret Dougherty - this should be Margaret (nee Young) Doughty and I
      will try to get the abstract, next time. Well, I tried.  Here it is...
      1809 ___ __ PA_PCW N46 P     at bottom of torn page and next page not yet
      found. Margaret Dougherty, husband looks like Dennis, but could be James.
      [In] the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost,
      [  ]bered that I Margaret Dougherty of the City of Philadelphi[   ]
      [    D ]nis Dougherty, late of the same City, Merchant, dec[ ]
      [                            ] and last will in manner & form [   ]
   df 1810
 with Margaret (nee Young 05) Doughty
   William Y 06   Mary 06        James 06       Ann 06         Rebecca 06
   b17730205      b177701        b17791123      b17820623      b
   Margaret 06    Lemuel 06      Thomas T 06    Samuel 06      John 06
   b1785          b17890510      b17910717      b1793          b

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William Young Doughty 06
   bm 1773 Feb 05 to James Doughty 05 et ux Margaret (nee Young 05) Doughty PBR
   n. was a draftsman and skilled shipwright, went to DC in 1800 soon after the
      capital moved there from Phila.  He had a shipyard in Georgetown, DC and
      for some years was chief constructor at the Washington Navy Yard.
   mf 1795 Jan 24 Eleanor "Ellen" Wilson 06 at First Baptist Church in Phila.
   bf
   n. worked for Joshua Humphries, Jr. Joshua had a brother Samuel Humphries,
      2nd son to Joshua Humpries, Sr.
   n. 1796 Philadelphia City Directory.  Shipwright, 17 Queen St.
   n. 1797 Philadelphia City Directory.  Shipwright, 17 Queen St.  This is the
      address that George Young had in the 1791 Philadelphia City Directory as
      observed by DMS.
   n. 1799 Philadelphia City Directory.  Chief Clerk of the Treasury of the
      United States, between 5th and 6th on Pine.
   n. William Doughty who operated a shipyard at Georgetown since 1801 and was
      appointed Naval Contractor in 1813.  He designed the 44-gun frigates:
      President, Columbia, Java and Guerrier, plus numerous ships based on the
      Baltimore Clipper design. Designed and built more ships for the U. S.
      Gov't than anyone before or since - frigates President.  After 1837, he
      and his son were timber contractors to the Navy. - Alan Ryall
   n. Washington Navy Yard Employees in April 1829 - John Sharp. 20090602 GJB76
      http://www.genealogytrails.com/washdc/wny1829.html
   n. 1999 Apr 05 23:00:13 Mon From eva cvtv.net   USS Alligator      History
      The first USS Alligator, a swift 12-gun schooner built in 1820, had
      a brief but remarkable career. Designed by WILLIAM DOUGHTY, Alligator was
      one of two schooners built at the Charlestown Navy Yard in Boston, and is
      the last known example of the five 12-gun schooners built to stop African
      slave traders and pirates.
      Alligator served during a very challenging period in U.S. history.
      The 198-ton, 86-foot long schooner made two short cruises to the West
      Coast of Africa, during which time it captured several slavers. Alligator
      was sent to Africa not only to suppress the slave trade, but also to
      search for a stretch of land for the American Colonization Society....
      If you are interested in reading the remainder of the interesting
      article from which this portion was extracted, go to:
              http://www.history.navy.mil/branches/org12-2.htm   Cheers, LaDoris
   df 1844 Washington, DC
   mf 1844 ___ __ Eliza Wilde 06 in Phila.
   df
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Ann _ 06
   dm
   df
 with
   William 07     Robert 07      Emma R 07      R J 07         Eleanor 07
   b              b1811          b              b              b
   James 07
   b

Mary Doughty 06
   bf 1777 Jan __ to James Doughty 05 et ux Margaret (nee Young 05) Doughty
   mm 1794 Nov 27 George Wharton 06 in Phila., PA by Thomas Morrell, St. George
      Methodist Episcopal Church Record P3.
   bm ____ ___ __ to James Wharton 05
   df 1832 Oct 31 at 55.9
   n. wf 1787 Aug 25 PA_PCW B_6a P120.
      Mary Wharton. Philadelphia Gentlewoman.
      http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/philadelphia/wills/willabstrbk6a.txt
      1815 Aug 12 proved.
   n. wf 1814 May 08 PA_PCW B_5 P375
      Rebecca Wharton. Philadelphia Widow.
      http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/philadelphia/wills/willabstrbk5.txt
      1814 Nov 08 proved.
   n. wf 1808 Aug 22 PA_PCW B_6b P248.
      Elizabeth Wharton. Phila. Widow.
      http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/philadelphia/wills/willabstrbk6b.txt
      ment. Mary Humphreys df & Joshua Humphries removed from Phila.
      1816 Mar 12
 with George Wharton 06 - nine children.
   Charles D 07   Margaret D 07  _ 07           _ 07           _ 07
   b              b              b              b              b
   _ 07           _ 07           _ 07           _ 07
   b              b              b              b

James Doughty 06
   bm 1779 Nov 23 to James Doughty 05 et ux Margaret (nee Young 05) Doughty PBR
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Brown 06
   ld 1812 Apr 09 NJ_CuCMR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_20 P339
      Grantor: James Doughty of Washington, DC, executor of the estate of
      James Doughty, sells by Attorney William Allibone of
      Philadelphia, land in Maurice River Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ
      Grantee: Jeffrey Clark for $400 US.
   n. note Allibone references in will of the father.

Ann Doughty 06
   bf 1782 Jun 23 to James Doughty 05 et ux Margaret (nee Young 05) Doughty
   df 1786 Sep 22 at 4y3m interred at St. Paul's Church, Phila., PA.  PA
      Vital Records III, P557 D10  In/Memory of/Ann Doughty/Daughter of James &/
      Margaret Doughty/was Born Jun 23rd 1782/and departed this Life/Sep 22
      1786/Aged 4 Years & 3 Months.

Rebecca Doughty 06
   bf 1785 ___ __ to James Doughty 05 et ux Margaret (nee Young 05) Doughty
   mm 1801 ___ __ Richard Beck 06 in Phila.
   bm ____ ___ __ to Richard Beck 05

Margaret Doughty 06
   bf 1785

Lemuel Doughty 06
   bm 1789 May 10 to James Doughty 05 et ux Margaret (nee Young 05) Doughty
      St. George Methodist Episcopal Church Record P131, Philadelphia, PA
   zm 1789 May 24 St. George Methodist Episcopal Church Record P131
   mf 1814 Jan 25 Elizabeth Large 06 at St. George Methodist Episcopal Church by
      R. N. Roberts, Records P24.  The name is spelled Douty.  The very next
      entry in the book records the marriage: Samuel to Susan and is believed to
      be his brother Samuel.
      Recall mention of two Samuel (one Douty, one Doughty) marriages to
      Elizabeth Large and Susan Lloyd by the same minister R. N. Roberts, at St.
      George Methodist Episcopal Ch.  This may be the Robert Roberts known to
      brother William the Shipwright in Georgetown, MD at the Methodist Church
      there.  So, it now appears Lem married Liz & Sam married Sue.
   bf 1796
   n. 1828 Desilver's PCD and Stranger's Guide     dms
      Lemuel Doughty - sea captain - Front below Catherine.
   df 1875 May 01
      1875 May 09 The Sunday Dispatch V28, Index at HSP 1868-1883. Obit.:
      Mrs. Elizabeth Doughty, widow of Captain Lemuel Doughty, Shipmaster, died
      May 1st, aged seventy-nine years.  Mrs. Doughty was for nearly half-a-
      century a teacher in the public schools in this city - a duty which she
      discharged with industry and ability. Thousands of persons now grown up
      remember her services with gratitude.
      1875 May 03 PA_PPL V_LXXIX N34 Mon. morn Obit.:
      Doughty - On the 1st instant, Elizabeth, recect of Captain Lemuel Doughty,
      in the 80th year of her age.  She was for nearly half a century a
      distinguished teacher in our public schools.
         Her friends are respectfully invited to attend her funeral from Baptist
      Home, Seventeenth and Norris streets, Tuesday, 4th inst. at 11 A.M. **902
   n. It would seem both Sam & Lem would have had several children.  Indeed, the
      birthdate of the Samuel/Elizabeth combination of Camden, "Ferry" boat
      captain would be son of Sam/Sue and brought into the boat directing
      business by surviving Uncle Lem. Sam(of Sue) died 1829. The Sam/Liz
      children Thomas(after the artist), Wm (after the shipwright), Samuel
      (after his father), Albert W. (huh?), Laura (brother John's dau)
   n. There is also a John H. Doughty b1835, a "Ferry" boat captain in loose
      "limbo" notes.

Thomas Taber Doughty 06
   bm 1791 Jul 17 to James Doughty 05 et ux Margaret (nee Young 05) Doughty in
      Philadelphia, PA.  St. George Methodist Episcopal Church Record P131
   zm 1791 Aug 07 St. George Methodist Episcopal Church Record P131, Phila., PA
   ld 1791 Mar 12 NJ_GCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_GG P6 Rec. 1820 Dec 22.
      Grantor: Daniel Bates et ux
      Grantee: Thomas Taber
      Observation: Perhaps the source of his name - rwc 2003/7/23.
   mf~1817 ___ __ Sarah S. Cox 06 in Burlington Co., NJ. Surname & bf source
      LDS-AF via Colleen Kitch.
   bf 1792 Jun 28 to David Cox 05 et ux Sarah (nee Stevenson 05) Cox in
      Burlington Co., NJ.
   n. Old Gloucester County and the American Revolution 1763-1778 by Robert W.
      Harper  P18,19
      1774 Dec 12 in "Old Gloucester County,"  it was "resolved unanimously,
      that a "Committee of Observation, consisting of 77 members, be chose by
      a majority of electors `qualified to vote for representatives in the
      legislature..."  A representative of Greenwich, NJ is Thomas Taber.  The
      original document is at the Gloucester Co. Historical Society.  On this
      document, some places are listed as townships and by that consideration,
      Greenwich appears to be the town in southwest NJ where the "tea burning"
      occurred in 1774 Dec, rather than Greenwich Twp., near Woolwich. But the
      town, by that name, is not in Gloucester Co.
   n. 1999 Mar 12 09:39:26 Fri From Dotscott aol.com Do you suppose James and
      Margaret (Young) Doughty had some connection to the Tabor/Taber families
      in Plymouth, Mass. which would prompt them to name their son Thomas Tabor
      Doughty?  These Tabors originated in Kilmington, Somerset, Eng.  the 1992
      IGI had 110 Tabor entries for Somerset.  Thomas and Philip Tabor came to
      Mass.  Philip m. Mary COOK dau of John Cook & Sarah WARREN, had 8 ch.
      (1668-1689) There are several Tabor genealogies:
         Taber Genealogy by George L. Randall 1924
         The Tabor Genealogy by Harriet Tabor West        and
         A Review of Taber-Tabor Genealogy by Clifford Clark Tabor, 1981.
      Just wonderin' Dorothy
   n. renowned artist.
   n. 1820 Philadelphia City Directory.  Landscape Ptr. - Germ. R. ab. 3rd.
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R ___ P119A  Enum Feb 03 Isaac Borkau
      PA, Phila. Co., Kensington Dist.   Unnatur  __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __
 Name                     <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Thomas Doughty __________/02 00 00 00 01 00/00 00 00 01 00/__ __ _____________
 (Thomas)_________________ 45-$_MW
 _________________________ 26-44FW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
 _________________________ 00-09MW
   n. 1829 Philadelphia City Directory.  Artist, 77 N. 10th
   n. 1830 lived in Boston, MA
   n. 1840 lived in NY.
   n. Paintings exhibited:   Thomas Doughty, 1793-1856, An American Pioneer in
      Landscape Painting (info. sent to me by DMS)
      1973 Oct 19 - 1973 Dec 02 PA Academy of the Fine Arts, Phila, PA
      1973 Dec 14 - 1974 Jan 27 Corcoran Gallery of Art
      1974 Feb 14 - 1974 Apr 07 Albany Institute of History and Art
      Selection and Catalogue by Frank H. Goodyear, Jr.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R601 P014 L34 206/222
      NY, Suffolk Co., Huntington
      Enumerated: 1850 Oct 11, C__ _________ll Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Thomas Doughty             59M Artist                     PA
 Sarah S.                   50F                            NJ
 Thomas                     25M                            PA
 Emily                      16F                            MA
 Florence                   13F                            MA
 Mary T....t                18F                            Ire
   n. very uncertain of Sarah's age legibility in 1850 Census.
   n. 1850,51 he rented a house in Hoboken, NJ
   n. 1852 lived in NY
   dm 1856 Jul 23 in NYC
      Obit: 1856 Aug 02 Scientific American, V11 I47 P370
                             "Death of an Artist"
      Thomas Doughty, a distinguished American landscape painter, died in this
      city on the 23rd inst.  His last days were passed in comparative poverty,
      and he left a destitute family.
   df 1870 Sep 28 (bf, bf locality, df from Colleen Kitch via LDS Ancestral F).
 with Sarah S. (nee _ 06) Doughty
   John 07        Sarah 07       Thomas 07      James L 07     child 07
   b1817          b182201        b1825          b1826          b
   child 07       Emily 07       Florence 07
   b              b1834          b1837

Samuel Doughty 06
   bm 1793 ___ __ to James Doughty 05 et ux Margaret (nee Young 05) Doughty
   mf 1814 Jan 27 Susan Lloyd 06 at St. George Methodist Episcopal Church by
      R. N. Roberts, Records P24.  The name is spelled Doughty. The previous
      marriage is listed as Samuel Doughty to Elizabeth Large 18140125
      and this is listed as Samuel Doughty to Susan Lloyd. Errors?
   n. 1829 Philadelphia City Directory. Sea captain, Fort below Catherine.
   df 1834 Oct 2_ Susan Doughty 06 interred St. George Methodist Episcopal
      Church, Records P394.
   dm 1828 Sep 17 at Wilmington, DE Wed of an inflamation of the liver after a
      severe illness of 17 days.  The Rev. Samuel Doughty, preacher in charge
      of St. George Station, Phila. at 35y and well known in Cumberland Co. arb
      the Washington Whig 1828 Sep 20 P172. At Union Meth., at 37y of fever from
      liver, Daniel Fort Sgt. Inter. Cert.  Alle M. Lane, Jr.  Index to Regist.
      of Deaths, City of Philadelphia 1803-1860 Proj. 11791 WPA.
   wm 1828-268  Philadelphia   Samuel Doughty   Administration   N 214    GET
      I haven't found this yet, though I've looked several times - rwc.

John Doughty 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to James Doughty 05 et ux Margaret (nee Young 05) Doughty
   n. 1820 Philadelphia City Directory. Hardware merchant, 41 High St.
   mf 1821 Sep 13 Hannah Merseilles 06 Thu eve arb the Washington Whig 1821 Sep
      17 P48 by Rev. Jonathan Freeman, he a merchant of Philadelphia, she a
      daughter of Eden Merseilles, merchant of Bridgeton, NJ.
      National Gazette & Literary Register 18210915, Phila., PA.  The Herald and
      Gloucester Farmer, Woodbury, NJ 18210919.
      The Woodbury Columbia Herald reported John as a merchant of Philadelphia.
      He may also be the John Doughty of Camden having 1849 inventory. He is
      absent in the 1850 Census.
   bf 1799 Sep 06 to Eden Merseilles 05 et ux Elizabeth (nee Runyon 05)
      Merseilles of Bridgeton arb 1821 Sep 19 Woodbury Columbian Herald,  he a
      "Merchant of Philadelphia." TAX Records for 1793 from GJB Bergen Co., NJ -
      Saddle River Pharis Doty, Edo Marselis, John Merselis, Corns. Merselis.
   ld 1823 Dec 18 NJ_ Rec. ____ ___ __ B_43 P391
      Grantor: John Doughty et ux Hannah of Camden, Co., Gloucester Co., NJ
      Grantee: Nathan L. Stratton and John Buck of Bridgeton
      Transaction: $1450 land in Deerfield.
      Description: N85E 52r; N16.25E 25r; NE 7r3l; S88W 128r; S3E 31r;
      S88.75W 100r; S25E 141r; N38E 40r; S66.5E 40r; S66.5E 100r to POB
      containing 119 acres which said John became seized of when Eden Merseilles
      dec'd.
   n. GJB correction to above deed:  S88.75W should read S80.75W and S66.5E 40r
      should be omitted.
   n. 1829 Philadelphia City Directory. Hardware merchant, 45 High St.
   n. 1830 Philadelphia City Directory. Hardware merchant, Front below Chestnut.
   n. 1833 Philadelphia City Directory. J & T Doughty, Landscape Painters, 59
      S. 4th St.
   mf ____ ___ __ Lavinia Haas 06 none likely to exist.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jacob Haas 05
   n. 1846 Philadelphia City Directory. Pickles & Preserves, 72 Fitzwater
   n. Apparently John, realizing he was not to have any children by Hannah
      Merseilles, had two daughters by Lavinia Haas and wrote the following will
      to leave them legacies.
   wm 1849 ___ __ PA_PCW 1849 N36 B_21 P358
      In the name of God Amen ~ I John Doughty of the District of Moyamensing in
      the County of Philadelphia, Manufacturer being in perfect health of body,
      and Sanity of Mind and being sensible of the uncertainty of Mortal life
      and all things therein connected and impressed with a sense of duty I owe
      to those who are dependant on me, I do hereby declare and acknowledge this
      instrument of writing to be my last Will and testament ~
      Item 1st. It is my will that any funeral expenses (which I hope may be
      moderate) shall be paid as soon as possible after my decease.
      Item 2nd. I will also that all my just debts shall be paid as soon as
      practicable without subjecting my property to a sacrifice ... thereby
      injuring my children and their mother.
      Item 3rd. I give and bequeath to Lavinia Haas daughter of Jacob Haas ...
      Mount Airy, Philadelphia County (and who is the mother of my children)
      Five Hundred Dollars for her sole use and behoof forever, and also so much
      of my household furniture as may be necessary for the comfort of herself
      and my Children.
      Item 45th.  All the residue of my property whether in goods, wares,
      merchandise, monies, Policies of insurance or other personal property, It
      is my will shall so be disposed of as to form a consolidated fund and put
      at interest yielding if possible Six percent per Annum and I hereby give
      and bequeath the same to my Children born of the above named Lavinia Haas,
      say Mary born February the 21st, 1842 and Lavinia born June 11, 1845, the
      above named residuary estate, on the terms following to wit.  The interest
      of the within named fund is to be applied to their education and their
      support jointly with their mother, until each child or attain the age of
      twenty one years, after all the children alone are to receive and enjoy
      said interest, until they each attain the further age of Thirty years at
      which time and not until then is the principal to be used on any account
      whatever and when these children shall so have attained the age each of
      Thirty years, the principal is to be divided between them in equal
      proportions and only on their respective orders in writing.  Should
      however, one survive the other, the survivor is to receive the whold on
      the terms and principles above allowed to them jointly.  But should both
      children die before they attain the age of twenty one years, then it is my
      will that their mother the said Lavinia Haas shall receive One thousand
      dollars in lieu of the Five hundred Dollars mentioned in item 3rd.
         In witness of the above I have hereunto set my hand and seal this
      fifteenth day of June in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred
      and forty-six.
      Signed: Jno. Doughty {Seal}
      Witness: Thomas Gegan, Joseph Klapp
      Proved: 1849 Jan 25
   n. 1849 Nov 08 inventory of a John Doughty of Camden Co., NJ. B_120D, NJA
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R446 P193A L28 51/52
      NJ, Cumberland Co., Bridgeton Twsp.
      1850 Aug 12 F. Devereux Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Elizabeth Merseilles       73F                        2000NJ
 Hough R.                   54M Surrogate of the Co.       NJ
 Hannah Doughty             47F                            NJ
   ld 1854 Jul 12 NJ_CuCDR Rec. ____ ___ __ B_86 P_289 Rec. 1854 Sep 08.
      Grantor: Daniel M. Woodruff et ux Mary of Cohansey Twp., Cumberland Co.,
      N. J.
      Grantee: Hannah Doughty
      Transaction: $26.28
      Description: Piece of land situate in Deerfield Twp., Cumberland Co.,
      N. J.
      Beginning at a stone on the old road and in the east side of the turnpike
      from Bridgeton to Deerfield and corner of the late Eden Merseilles, dec'd
      land;
      Thence N4W 47R10L to a corner in the middle of the turnpike road;
      Thence S87W 9R22L to a stake in the old road corner of E. Merseilles,
      dec'd;
      Thence S15.75  49R to the beginning corner containing 1.46 acres more or
      less and is the same land which Daniel M. Woodruff purchased by deed of
      David and wife 1854 Jun 16 and is recorded in the Clerk's Office, County
      of Cumberland, N. J. part of the old field which formerly belonged to the
      estate of Eden Merseilles, dec'd all together with all and singular ...
      Signed: Daniel M. Woodruff, Mary Woodruff
      Witness: H. R. Merseilles
      Commissioner: H. R. Merseilles
   ld 1857 Mar 07 NJ_CuCDR  Rec. 1857 Mar 10 B_90 P_165. Abs. 20090623 CH RWC.
      Grantor: Abigail Lake of Bridgeton Twp., Cumberland Co., NJ.
      Grantee: Hannah Doughty of Cumb. Co., NJ.
      Transaction: $5  for quit claim for land in said Twp.
      Description: Begin at Crum Creek stone at SEC of her reserved lot in her
      line and corner to Hannah D?oughty's lot heired by her mother in the line
      of Nancy Roe's lot.
      Thnece N6:10E 3r 18l to a stone also a corner of said Doughty and Lake's
      lot in the line of John Cheesman's lot;
      Thence bounding on said Doughty's lot the several courses and distances
      to the POB.
      History: Abigail Lake became seized of a house and lot from
      James B. Potter, dec'd who purchased of Elizabeth Merseilles, dec'd.
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R687 P406 L25 108/108
      NJ, Cumberland Co, Bridgeton Twsp., P14
      PO:  Bridgeton, 1860 Jun 19 E. E. Sheppard, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemark
 H. R. Mersellais           62M Surrogate        1000   100NJ
 Hannah Doughty             55F House keeper     4000   400NJ
 Margaret Conway            14F Domestic                   PA
   wf 1883 Dec 05 In the name of God, Amen.  I Hannah M. Doughty of the City of
      Bridgeton, County of Cumberland and state of New Jersey, being of sound
      mind memory and understanding do make and publish this my last will and
      testament in manner following, that is to say -  1st It is my will and I
      hereby direct my executor hereinafter named to pay all my debts and
      funeral expenses as soon as can be after my decease. 2nd I direct my
      executor hereinafter named to sell at public or private sale as he may
      deem act.... within four years after my decease all my real & personal
      property except such as is hereinafter specificality bequeathed.  3rd I
      direct my executor to expend the sum of one thousand dollars, or so much
      as is necessary to procure a monument to be placed on my family burial lot
      in the Presbyterian cemetery on Broad Street, Bridgeton. 4th I give and
      bequeath to the following named persons as follows.  To Phebe, Mary Ann,
      Angelina, Abbie and Sarah Riley, each the sum of twenty five dollars. To
      the Ladies Benevolent Society of Bridgeton the sum of one hundred dollars.
      To Margaret Williamson, daughter of Catharine F. Williamson the sum of
      twenty five dollars.  To Eliza and Harriet Freeman and Mrs. Mayant son and
      daughter of _  _  Rev Iona Freeman of Philadelphia the sum of fifty
      dollars each.  To Florence Heintz of Bridgeton, the sum of fifty dollars.
      To Jennie Ward of Philadephia the sum of fifty dollars.  To Joseph C.
      Kirby the sum of one hundred fifty dollars.  To Jane P. Kirby one hundred
      dollars.  To William B. Kirby twenty five dollars.  To Mary S. Kirby my
      gold watch, chain and attachments.  To Florence Heintz and Mrs. Belle
      Robbins, wife of Eli T. Robbins, my wearing apparel.  To Mitilda, wife of
      James Telford of Philadelphia, my larger gilt frame mirror, now at Riley's
      To Margaret and Phebe Fithian, sisters of the ___ Samuel L. Fithian,
      twenty five dollars each.  To Rebecca Heintz of Bridgeton twenty five
      dollars.  To Emerella Kennedy (colored) twenty five dollars.  To Angelina
      Murray, wife of Othaniel Murry, twenty five dollars.  To Mary Hampton,
      1886 Oct 16 Codicil  B_I P470
   n. from GJB "A large black pillar up on the hill ... Broad St. Methodist
      Church, Bridgeton, NJ.
   df 1890 May 12 at 91 interred Broad Street Presbyterian Cemetery, Bridgeton,
      NJ
      1890 May 22 probate.
   wf 1898 Mar 18 PA_PCW 1898 N1295 B_205 P101, Acct. B_172 P503
      Know all men by these Presents that I Lavinia Doughty of the City of
      Philadelphia, Widow, being about to undergo a surgical operation in the
      hospital and being of sound and disposing mind amd memory do make and
      publish this my last will and testament hereby revoking all former wills
      by me at any time heretofore made.
         First I direct that my body be decently interred in Monument Cemetery
      by the side of my deceased husband and that all my funeral expenses and
      just debts shall be paid by my executor hereinafter named as soon after
      my decease shall be convenient.
         Item: I give and bequeath unto my sister Mary Matilda Haas of New York
      City such of my wearing apparel and clothing as she may desire.
         Item: I give and bequeath to my Grand Daughter Mrs. Irene Conover such
      of my clothing and wearing apparel as my sister Mrs. Haas may not desire
      and the Oio Portrait of myself and husband and also my Cameo Bracelet.
         Item: I give and bequeath to my GrandDaughter Laura L. Doughty my Gold
      Watch.
         Item: I give devise and bequeath to my Daughter Mrs. Levenia Kyle the
      property situate 3209 Dakota Street in the 28th Ward of the City of
      Philadelphia.
         Item: I give devise and bequeath to my son John Edward Doughty the
      property situate 1627 Beck Street, the Ground Rent on property 1840
      Garrett Street, my lot in Monument Cemetary, my household goods and all
      the rest and residue of my Estate real, personal and mixed of which I may
      die seized and possessed and not hereinbefore disposed of (Lavinia
      Doughty).
         I nominate and appoint my son to be the executor of this my last Will
      and Testament.
         I do hereby declare my will to be, that if any person or persons to
      whom my estate or interest is given or limited by this my will, shall in
      any Court of law or equity or other devise, controvert the same, or
      dispute or call in question the validity hereof, or of any of the estates
      or dispositions hereby given; or make, or herein contained, then and in
      such cases the estates, interests so hereby given to or in favor of such
      person or persons as controverting my said will, shall sease, determine,
      and be absolutly void to all intents and purposes whatsoever, as if such
      person or persons was or were naturally dead.  And then and from
      thenceforth such estates, interests and dispositions shall go and belong
      to and be vested in the person or persons who, by virtue of this my will
      shall be next in remainder after the person or persons do disputing as
      aforesaid: Provided he, she, or they shall not controvert or dispute the
      validity of this my will, or any of the devises provisor or dispositions
      herein contained or hereby made.
         In Testimony whereof I the said Lavinia Doughty have to this my last
      Will and Testament contained on two sheets of paper and on every sheet
      thereof I have subscribed my name and affixed my seal this 18th day of
      March A.D. 1898,        Lavinia Doughty  {seal}
         Signed, sealed, Published and declared by the said Lavinia Doughty as
      and for her last Will and Testament in the presence of us who at her
      request and in his presence and in the presence of each other have
      subscribed our names as witnesses thereto.
      Lawrence Sincox, Carl D. S. Fruh (with umlaut)
   df 1898 Aug 28 15:00
      1898 Sep 09 will proved
      City & County of Philadelphia: Registers Office September 9, 1898.
         Then personally appeared Lawrence Sincox and Carl D. S. Fruh (with
      umlaut) the subscribing witnesses ....
      signed ....
      Deputy Register Chas. Irwin, City & Co. of Phila.
         I do swear that as the Executor of the foregoing last will and
      Testament .....  that the said testatrix died on the 28th day of August
      A. D. 1898 at 3 o'clock P.M.
                              Jno. E. Doughty of 2128 Mervine St.
         It is ordered and decreed September 9, 1898 that the above will of
      Lavinia Doughty deceased be admitted to probate.  Horatio B. Hackett, Reg.
 with Hannah (nee Merseilles 06) Doughty
   no issue
 with Lavinia (nee Haas 06) Doughty
   Mary 07        Lavinia 07     John E 07
   b18420221      b18450611      b185007

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William Doughty 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Doughty 06 et ux
   n. possibly resided in Louisiana

Robert Doughty 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Doughty 06 et ux

Emma Rebecca Doughty 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Doughty 06 et ux

R. J. Doughty 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Doughty 06 et ux
   n. possibly resided in Louisiana

Eleanor Doughty 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Doughty 06 et ux

James Doughty 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to William Doughty 06 et ux

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John Doughty 07
   bm 1817 ___ __ to Thomas Tabor Doughty 06 et ux Sarah S. (_ 06) Doughty
   dm 1824 Sep 26 at 7y 2ndPCR P468

Sarah Doughty 07
   bf 1822 Jan __ to Thomas Tabor Doughty 06 et ux Sarah S. (_ 06) Doughty
   df 1823 Jul 15 at 1y7m Strang[er] 2ndPCR P464

Thomas Doughty 07
   bm 1825 ___ __ to Thomas Tabor Doughty 06 et ux Sarah S. (nee _ 06) Doughty
   n. bm 1835 ___ __ to
   n. n. 1856 Sep 03 at 21Y of consumption, A. McWhinney.  Interred Passyunk
      burial ground, Phila.  May not be the right Thomas - rwc75
      Index to Registration of Deaths, City of Phil.  1803-1860  Proj. 11791 WPA

James L. Doughty 07
   bm 1826 ___ __ to Thomas Tabor Doughty 06 et ux Sarah S. ( nee _ 06) Doughty
   dm 1827 Sep 23 at 1y 2ndPCR P476

child Doughty 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Tabor Doughty 06 et ux Sarah S. (nee _ 06) Doughty

child Doughty 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas Tabor Doughty 06 et ux Sarah S. (nee _ 06) Doughty

Emily Doughty 07
   bf 1834 ___ __ to Thomas Tabor Doughty 06 et ux Sarah S. (nee _ 06) Doughty

Florence Doughty 07
   bf 1837 ___ __ to Thomas Tabor Doughty 06 et ux Sarah S. (nee _ 06) Doughty
Page 283

Mary Haas Doughty 07
   bf 1842 Feb 21 to John Doughty 06 and Lavinia (nee Haas 06)

Lavinia Haas Doughty 07
   bf 1845 Jun 11 to John Doughty 06 and Lavinia (nee Haas 06)

John Edward Doughty 07
   bm 1850 Jul __ to John Doughty 06 and Lavinia (nee Haas 06) Doughty
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R1185 V75 SD1 E549 S23 L21 146/189/210
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Philadelphia City, 146 Lentz St. P500
      Enum. 1880 Jun 07 Philip W. Sedonger, Ass't Marshall

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 John E. Doughty              WM 31              X  Salesman                                          PA          PA          PA
 Creilia                      WF 30   Wife       X  Keeping House                                     PA          NY          PA
 Laura                        WF  3   Daughter  X                                                     PA          PA          PA
 Edward                       WM  5   Son       X                                                     IL          PA          PA
 Levinia                      WF 60   Mother      X                                                   PA          PA          PA

   n. 1888 NJ_CCD John E Doughty sea captain Atlantic avenue near Park avenue,
      Haddonfield. sq
      1889 NJ_CCD John E Doughty sea captain Atlantic avenue near Park avenue,
      Haddonfield NJ. sq
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R___  V185 SD_ ED806 S4 L84
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Philadelphia, 2128 Mervine St.
      Enumerated:

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 John E. Doughty               Jul1850 49        PA
 Mattie M.                     Dec1860 39        OH
 Minnie M. Burgess     Bo      Jul1883 16        PA

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R___  V193 SD_ ED958 S5 L16
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Philadelphia,
      Enumerated:

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Cerelia A. Doughty          WFApr1850           PA
 Edward C.             Son   WMApr1875           IL
 others

 with Cerelia A. (nee _ 07) Doughty
   Edward C 08
   b187504
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Edward C. Doughty 08
   bm 1875 Apr __ to John Edward Doughty 07 et ux Cerelia A. (nee _ 07)
      Doughty

LINKAGE END 06  James Doughty et al   The Shipwright

James Alexander Doughty _
   n. PA_SGMEC P152.
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LINKAGE BEGIN 07  Daniel Doughty/Martha Laney, The Virginian (ex-Pennsylvanian)
      Jeff Baker, Smith Doughty and Verita Simpson line (mostly their input).
      I, in the accompanying text refers to one of these three.

Thomas Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann _ _ probably Burroughs - see Joseph's will.
   n. Bucks Co., PA., Tax Records 1693-1778 GSOP Newtown incorporated 1703.
      1752 Newtown P13 Duplicate of ? the ?  day of December AD 1752 of 3 pence/
      pond, 9 shil/head single for the poor.
                           Rated      s       d
         Thomas Douty       10        2       6
      1754 Newtown P18 A third duplicate  Febr 21, 1754
         Thomas Doughty     10        -      10     married
      1754 Newtown P19 A duplicate of a Tax made according to Law ye Octobr,1754
      Three pence/pound and 9 shillings a head Single Men for Maintaining
      the Poor of ye Twp. of Newtown by Benjamon Twinning and Thomas Mitchell -
      Overseers of ye Poor for ye said Twp.
         Thomas Doughty     10        2       6
      1759 Newtown P22 Duplicate for Raising a poor tax at 3d. per Pound
      Rated by Samll Sykes and James Briggs, Overseers 9th mo. 18th day 1759
         Thomas Doughty      8        2
            The Estate      17        4       3
         Jacob Doughty       4        1
      1761 Newtown P28
         Thomas Doughty  &  12        3       - (what does & mean)
            The Estate      16        4
         Jacob Doughty       4        1
      1762 Newton P33
         Thomas Dowty       20        3       4
         Jacob Dowty         2        0       4
   n. wm 1760 Feb 09 PAPCWA - Philadelphia County Will Abstracts P244 B_3 P135
      Joseph Burroughs of Newtown Twp. Farmer. Bro. John Burroughs & his ch.
      Bro. Jeremiah's son Abraham & his other children.  Mary Headly & her
      brothers & sisters. Joseph Burroughs, son of Bro. James.  Elizabeth
      Doughty, dau. of Thomas & Ann Doughty, 20a. lately bought of John Story
      if she dye to her sister Martha.  Lands and tenements to Thomas Doughty,
      Exr.
      Witness: Samuel Sykes, William Sykes, Samuel Smith.
   n. MARY Whitehead, b. 1677, Jamaica. Queens County, N. Y., m. JOHN TAYLOR.
      MARY, m. 2) THOMAS BURROUGHS and 3) REV. WILLIAM URAVEHART.
      AMY Whitehead  b. 17 Aug 1679, in Jamaica, Queens County, N. Y., d. 2 Aug
      1742, m. JACOB DOUGHTY.
   ld 1766 Jun 06 PA_BCMR Mortgage Records Bucks Co., PA
      Grantor: Thomas Doughty, yeoman, et ux Ann of Newtown Twp., County of
      Bucks, PA
      Grantee: Jacob Shoemaker, Sr. of the City of Philadelphia, Province of PA,
      shopkeeper.
      Transaction: Whereas, Thomas Doughty in and by a certain Obligatory under
      his hand and Seal duly Executed bearing Even date herewith Standeth bound
      unto the said Jacob Shoemaker in the Sum of Two hundred Pounds Lawfull
      money of Pennsylvania, conditioned for the Payment of One hundred Pounds
      like money on the Sixth day of June which will be in the Year of Our Lord
      One thousand Seven hundred and Sixty Seven, in One Intire Payment,
      Together with th elawfull Interest for the same, as in and by the said
      Recited Obligation and Conditions there of Relation being thereunto had,
      and more fully and a Large appeared.  Now This Indenture Witnesseth that
      the said Thomas Doughty and Ann his Wife for and in Consideration of the
      aforesaid Debt or Sum of One hundred Pounds, and for the Cottell Securing
      the Payment thereof with its Interest unto the said Jacob Shoemaker, his
      Executors, Administrators and Assigns in discharge of the said Recited
      Obligations and for and in Consideration of the further Sum of Five
      Shillings Lawful money aforesaid unto the said Thomas Doughty and Ann his
      wife in hand paid by the said Jacob Shoemaker at and before the Sealing
      and Delivery hereof, the Receipt of which five Shillings is hereby
      acknolwedged, Have granted bargained, Sold, Released, and Confirmed, and
      by these Presents Do grant bargain Sell Release and Confirm unto the said
      Jacob Shoemaker his Heirs and Assigns Certain Messuage or Tenement and
      Tract of or Parcel of land thereunto belonging Situate Lying and being in
      Newtown Township in the County of Bucks aforesaid.
      Description: Beginning at a heap of Stones by Newtown Creek, thence
      Extending South one degree west eighty six perches to an old Stake by
      Thomas Hillburn's Land, thence by the said Hillburn's Land South Seventy
      six degrees west Seventy three perches and fifteen links to a black Oak in
      the middle of a Road leading to Newtown, thence along the said Road South
      fifteen degrees and an half West One hundred and twenty three perches and
      an half to a Stake a Corner of William Abbots Land thence by the same Land
      North Eighty one degrees East Sixty three perches and Seven links to
      another Stake a Corner of the said Abbot's Land, thence by the same North
      Sixteen degrees East forty six perches and ten links to another Stake,
      thence Still by the said Abbot's Land North Eighty Seven degrees East
      fifty two Perches to Newtown Creek aforesaid, and thence up the Several
      Courses of Newtown Creek aforesaid to the place of Beginning Containing
      One hundred and Ninety Acres [Part of Two hundred and Sixty Acres of Land
      which Jonathan Fitzrandolph of Newtown aforesaid Cordwainer and Elizabeth
      his wife by Indenture dated the Sixteenth day of May in the Year of Our
      Lord one thousand Seven hundred and Thirty Nine, for the Consideration
      therein mentioned, granted unto One Joseph Burroughs of Newtown aforesaid,
      Yeoman in Soc?, and the said Joseph Burroughs being so thereof Seized
      departed this Life, having first made his Last Will and Testament in
      Writing bearing Date the Ninth Day of February Annoque Domini 1760 and
      therein Devised the same Inter alias unto the said Thomas Doughty his
      Heirs and Assigns for Ever,]  Together also with all the Singular the
      Houses Barns Stables Gardens Orchards Nays Woods Waters Water Courses
      Lights Easements Prights Liberties privileges Buildings Improvements
      Hereditaments and Appurtances whatsoever unto the aforesaid Described
      One hundred and Ninety Acres of Land belonging or in any wive Appertaining
      and the RovarSienes Remainders Rents Issuers and profits thereof, to have
      and to hold the aforesaid Messuage or Tenement described one hundred and
      Ninety Acres of Land Hereditaments and premises hereby granted or
      mentioned to be granted with the Appurtenances unto the said Jacob
      Shoemaker his heirs and Assigns to the life and Behoof of him.  He the
      said Jacob Shoemaker his Heirs and Assigns forEver, Provided always
      Nevertheless that if the said Thomas Doughty his Heirs Executors
      Administrators or assigns or any of them shall and do well and Truly pay
      or cause to be paid unto the said Jacob Shoemaker his Executors
      Administrators or assigns the aforesaid Debt or sum of One Hundred Pounds
      on the day and time herein before mentioned and appointed for payment
      thereof, Together with Lawful Interest for the same, According to the
      Condition of there... Renter Obligation, without any fraud or further
      delay and without any Deduction desaleation or Abutement .ob made of any
      thing for or in Respect of any Taxes Charges or assessments whatfound
      That then and from thence forth as wall this present Indenture and the
      Estate hereby granted as the said Recited Obligation shall Cause determine
      and become Absolutely paid to all Intents and Purposes anything herein
      before contained to the Contrary in any wise Notwithstanding.  In Witness
      whereof the said Parties to these presents have Interchangeably set their
      Hands and Seals hereunto the day and Year first above written.
      Witness: Thomas Shoemaker, Henry Burnet
   n. perhaps the same Samuel Smith has a son accused of stealing from Jacob
      Doughty in PA Gazette article?
   n. is Churchville in Newton Twp? Is Martha - Martha Laney?  Is Elizabeth the
      daughter mentioned in Elias of Burlington will as dau of Thomas?
 with Ann
   Elizabeth _    Martha _

Jacob Doughty
   n. Bucks Co., PA., Tax Records 1693-1778 GSOP Newtown incorporated 1703.
      1752 Newtown P13 Duplicate of ? the ?  day of December AD 1752 of 3 pence/
      pond, 9 shil/head single for the poor.
                           Rated      s       d
         Thomas Douty       10        2       6
      1754 Newtown P18 A third duplicate  Febr 21, 1754
         Thomas Doughty     10        -      10     married
      1754 Newtown P19 A duplicate of a Tax made according to Law ye Octobr,1754
      Three pence/pound and 9 shillings a head Single Men for Maintaining
      the Poor of ye Twp. of Newtown by Benjamon Twinning and Thomas Mitchell -
      Overseers of ye Poor for ye said Twp.
         Thomas Doughty     10        2       6
      1759 Newtown P22 Duplicate for Raising a poor tax at 3d. per Pound
      Rated by Samll Sykes and James Briggs, Overseers 9th mo. 18th day 1759
         Thomas Doughty      8        2
            The Estate      17        4       3
         Jacob Doughty       4        1
      1761 Newtown P28
         Thomas Doughty  &  12        3       -
            The Estate      16        4
         Jacob Doughty       4        1
      1762 Newton P33
         Thomas Dowty       20        3       4
   n. 1775 Aug 25 arb 1775 Sep 06 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #58156
      THE 25th of August, 1775, at night, the house of Valentine Nelson, of
      Middletown, in Bucks county, was broke open, and the following Goods taken
      away, viz. a suit of blue broadcloth, the coat and vest lined with blue
      worsted, the breeches with white twilled cotton and linen lining, a
      mixture of red may be seen in the broadcloth by examining it, two pair of
      striped trowsers, one holland the other tickling, three silk
      handkerchiefs, a pair of blue worsted stockings, a stock and a plain
      silver stock buckle, a pair of square carved silver shoe buckles, marked
      N N, the under side, locket sleeve buttons, same mark, some money and
      small articles. Before night the same day was taken out of the house of
      Jacob Doughty, near Valentine, a nankeen coatee coat, two fine shirts, one
      pair spotted stockings, one pair of ticking breeches, a pair of metal knee
      buckles, and a pair of garters. The thief supposed to be Samuel Smith, a
      middle sized man, about 24 years of age, down look, and a remarkable red
      spot on his right cheek. Whoever apprehends the thief or thieves, that he
      or they be brought to justice, and the owners have their goods, shall be
      entitled to the reward of THREE POUNDS.  VALENTINE NELSON.
      N. B. It is supposed that he will change his name.

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      Nicholas is placed here because he ventured to Northampton Co., PA
      according to Eva Goeken who descends from this family.  It seems likely
      that Nick, Liz and Daniel are siblings, noting the proclivity for naming
      daughters Asenath.

       STEUBEN County, NY.

Nicholas Doughty _
   bm 1761
   n. Eva Goeken's line.
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 R___ P____
      PA, Northumberland Co.
 Nicholas Doughty _______ __ __ __ __ __
 _________________________16-$ MW
 _________________________00-15MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ PF
 _________________________00-$ PS
                          16<16    F  S
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M32 Index P92-93 R24 P278  P205:6 L3
      NY, Steuben Co., Canisteo Town
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45 10 16 26 45 45/F S H C S L Y G M C
 Nicholas Douty__________/01 01 00 01 __/02 01 00 01 __/
 (Nicholas)______________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R341 P238
      NY, Steuben Co., Howard ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Nicholas Doughty ________/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R598 P004A L39 51/51
      NY, Steuben Co., Canisted
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 06, Cas Thatcher, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Nicholas Doughty           89M Blacksmith                 Germany
 Asenath Doughty            45F                            NY

Nicholas Doughty
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R301 P118
      NY, New York Co., New York City, 7th Ward. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Nicholas ________________/0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW

      STEUBEN END

William Doughty _
   bm 1812
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R603 P077B L32 1076/1088
      NY, Sullivan Co., Bethel
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 30, ........, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William Doughty            38M Shoemaker                  Poland?
 Marie                      30F                            England
 Adam                       16M Farmer                     Canada
 Charlotte                  14F                            NY       S
 Susan E.                   11F                            NY       S
 Mary E                      9F                            NY       S
 Elizabeth                   6F                            NY       S

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Elizabeth Doughty 05
   bf ____ ___ __
   mm 1767 Nov 05 Abraham Lewis 05 PAVR V1 P269 young man and young daughter
      after three announcements.  Presbyterian, Churchville, Bucks Co.

Daniel Doughty 05
   bm~1747 ___ __  DAR info indicates Daniel was born about 1747 in PA.
   mf 1766 Dec 19 Martha Laning 05 surname Lanney? Church Reg. of Marriages.
      Presbyterian, Churchville, Bucks Co. PAVR V1 P269 young man and young
      daughter after three announcements.
      in the Reformed Low Dutch Church of North & Southampton. The church was
      made up of Scotch Irish descent, and was located in Bucks County, PA.
   bf~1750 in Bucks Co., PA
   n. DAR Patriot Index P862 Pvt. Fif. VA.
      Enlisted as a Fifer and a Private the 15th of May 1777 and in the Second
      Virginia Regiment or Second Virginia Continental Regiment of Foot under
      Captain Buller Claiborne's Company, "D" Commanded by Colonal Alexander
      Spotswood. He was discharged the Fifteen of March, 1778.
   wm 1794 May 02 VA, Frederick County Will B_5 P504:
      In the name of God Amen, I DANIEL DOUGHTY of Frederick County being weak
      in body but of perfect mind and memory, thanks be to God for the sane head
      calling into mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is
      appointed for all men once to die, do make and order this my Last Will and
      Testament that is to say principally and first of all I give and recommend
      my soul to God that gave it (to) me and my body I recommend to the account
      to be buried in decent Christian burial at the decisions of my Executor's
      nothing do calling but at the General connection (of) life all receive the
      same agasis by the Mighty powers of God. And as touching such worldly
      estate in as with has pleased God to bless me in this life.
         I give demise and dispose of the same in the following manner and
      jesson that is to say first my decision is that all my Just debts As will
      be paid out of my estate. Then I give and bequeath to MARTHA my dearly
      beloved wife that lot of land where I now live No. 25 containing 130 acres
      during her natural life or widowhood and then to be equally divided
      between my sons DANIEL DOUGHTY, AND JOSEPH DOUGHTY. Then I give to my sons
      THOMAS DOUGHTY AND RICHARD DOUGHTY all that lot of land No. 34 containing
      200 acres lying in the manor of LEEDS and County Frederick to be equally
      divided between them by quantity and quality when they arrive to the age
      of 21 years. Then I give to my son JOHN DOUGHTY twenty schillings to be
      paid when my son JOSEPH DOUGHTY arrives to the age of 21 years. Then all
      remaining part of my personal estate to be equally divided between MARTHA
      my dearly beloved wife (whom I likewise constitute make and ordain the
      Sole Executrix of this my last Will and Testament) and Thomas Doughty,
      Richard Doughty, Daniel Doughty, and Joseph Doughty my sons and Anna
      Doughty and Elizabeth Doughty my two daughters by them freely to be
      possessed and enjoyed.
            In witness whereof I have accounts set my hand and seal this second
      day of May in the (year) of our Lord One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety
      Four.  Daniel Doughty (LS)
      Then Signed, Sealed and Delivered in presence of us
      William Headley, Philip Allensworth, Butler Allensworth
   dm 1794 Jul 01 in Frederick County VA.
   n. stated earlier that the Daniel you have listed as a wharf builder living
      in Philadelphia past 1794, can't be my Daniel, as you see he died in July
      of 1794.  Hope this helps - Jeff Baker
 with Margaret (nee Lanney 05) Doughty
   John 06        Thomas 06      Daniel 06      Richard 06     Joseph 06
   b17670907      ~1770          ~1772          ~1776          ~1778
   Elizabeth 06   Anna 06
   ~1780          ~1782
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John Doughty 06
   bm 1767 Sep 07 to Daniel Doughty 05 et ux Martha (nee Laning 05) Doughty
      in New Jersey.
   mf 1790 Feb 01 Margaret Marks 06 in Shenandoah County, VA.
   bf ____ ___ __ to William Marks 05 et ux Mary
   n. Jeff Baker's Descendants of John Doughty.
   n. Daniels son John, who I'm pretty sure is the oldest, married a Margaret
      Markes in Shenandoah County VA in 1790. So they might have lived here
      before moving to Frederick County, VA. Still checking this out.
   n. John was also a Captain in the 51st Regiment, 16th Brigade, and 3rd
      Division of the Militia of the Commonwealth of Frederick County, VA.
      Certificate dated December 12, 1804. Witness John Page for the Governor
      of Richmond VA.
      John's son Ezra, had notes listed that he moved to Ohio in 1825. John's
      daughter Amanda also had notes that they moved to Ohio in 1826. This
      is time period we find that John left Frederick Co., VA.
   ld 1792 Nov 03 VA_FCDR Frederick Co., VA  - Jeff Baker has copy.
      Grantee: John Doughty of Frederick County, VA, wife Margaret and
      son Daniel
      Description: Lot of Land #25 of the Manor of Leeds. This is the same lot
      that Daniel Doughty refers to in his will. It is also witnessed
      by Daniel Doughty.
   n. John Doughty's grave stone is no longer standing in Crown Hill Cemetery.
      But two eye witnesses, Katie Snyder of North Carolina and Inezetta
      Stivison who is the sexton for the cemetery. (Who is 82 years old in
      1998) both claim they had personally seen the grave stone about 1923,
      and the stone did state, that John was born in New Jersey.
      According to their youngest daughter's (Amanda) obituary, John &
      Margaret had 12 children. Of the 12, Eight have been identified. A
      possible
      9th child could be a Col. Doughty of Indianapolis IN.
      More About JOHN DOUGHTY:
      Fact 1: Buried: Crown Hill Cem-Centerville IN
      Notes for MARGARET MARKS:
      Margaret was visiting her son Col. Doughty in Indianapolis Ind when she
      passed away. Therefore she was buried in Indianapolis.
      I have a copy of Margaret's Funeral Notice. Its says " Yourself and
      family are respectfully requested to attend the funeral of Mrs. Margaret
      Doughty, at 10 o'clock, today, from the residence of her son, Col.
      Doughty, On Washington Street, opposite the Court House. Inidanapolis,
      Ia.  1844 August 15. (Indianapolis is mispelled the way I have it above.)
      More About MARGARET MARKS:
      Fact 1: Buried: Crown Hill Cem-Centerville IN
   dm 1842 Aug 13 in Centerville, IN.
 with Margaret (nee Marks 06) Doughty
   Daniel 07      William M 07   Thomas L 07    Ezra M 07      Moses C 07
   b1791____      b17920420      b17960329      b1800____      b1804____
   John P 07      Amanda M 07    Eliza M 07
   b18061207      b18140214      b________
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Thomas Doughty 06
   bm~1770 ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 05 et ux Martha (nee Laning 05) Doughty
   mf 1800 Jan 10 Elizabeth Kemp 06 in Frederick Co., VA.
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Kemp 05 et ux Nancy (nee North 05) Kemp
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R___ P367
      VA, Frederick Co.  Other:  free____  slaves____
 Thomas Doughty__________/00 00 00 01 00/04 00 00 01 01/00 00 _____________
 (M. Laney or N. North)__ 45-$_FW
 (Thomas)________________ 26-44MW
 (Elizabeth)_____________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   n. Information concerning Elizabeth Kemp and her family came from a bible
      of John Kemp (Owner: Miss Lucy Kurtz, Winchester VA) Also from Virginia
      Bible Records by Jeanette H. Austin.
   n. Elizabeth Kemp-Doughty is found on the 1850 census of VA. Living in
      Winchester with her Daughter Mary Ann Thomas Kemp. She is 73 years of
      age. Living next to her is her daughter Eliza Legg. Eliza is buried in
      the Mt. Hebron Cemetery in Winchester VA. Mt Hebron has informed me
      that burial records up to 1876 were lost or destroyed, and they have
      no way of knowing if Elizabeth or Thomas is buried there.
   n. I believe that Elizabeth is still living at the Doughty home place in
      1850. Even though Mary Ann & James Kemp are shown, James is only 40
      years old and the value of real estate is $17,000. Quite a bit for a
      40 year old.
 with Elizabeth (nee Kemp 06) Doughty

Daniel Doughty 06
   bm~1772 ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 05 et ux Martha (nee Laning 05) Doughty
      in Frederick Co., VA
   mf 1802 Apr 26 Anna McAuley 06 should be McCauley probably.
   ld ____ ___ __ OH_MCDR In the deed records at Muskingum County courthouse
      Grantor: Daniel & Ann Doughty.
   n. Richard & Daniel both came to Muskingum County, Ohio in 1805. Just found
      relative of John and am currently putting together proof for this. Ran
      into a fellow that claims he has all of Thomas's info, but is unwilling to
      share any of it. I have a feeling that Joseph may have died at an early
      age. Have both daughters marriage records and tax records of the siblings
      up to about 1810.
   ld 1818 Dec 02 or Feb 12 VA_ P295-296
      Grantor: Stephen & Margaret Cissna (or Cessna of Cessna Aircraft, KS)
      Grantee: Daniel & Anna Doughty
      Description:  East half of Lot 64, Piketon, OH.
   ld 1822 Jun 29 VB P156-157
      Grantor: Daniel and Ann Doughty
      Grantee: Samuel McCaleb & Henry Brumble
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R ___ P217
      Ohio, Pike Co., Sunfish Twp.   Unnatur  __ Agri __ Comm __ Manu __
 Daniel Doughty__/_ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _/_ _ _ _
 (Daniel)________________ 26-44MW
 (Anna)__________________ 26-44FW
 (Elias)_________________ 16-25MW
 (Harriet)_______________ 10-15FW
 (Patsy aka Martha)______ 10-15FW
 (Asenath)_______________ 10-15FW
 (Joseph)________________ 00-09MW
   n. 1821 Oct 10 Daniel Doughty is sued in Pike County court by Charles Cissna
      (Book A p.420) for trespassing. Daniel was struck by Mr. Cissna with an
      Iron Skillet on the head and was badly bruised.  The court eventually
      found Daniel NOT guilty. (March Term 1822, p.379)
   n. The last piece of evidence I find for Daniel is the most important.
      The 1826 tax record for Pike County shows that Daniel Doughty and
      ELIAS DOUGHTY paid taxes on their personal property (chattlel), BOTH
      located at Pike County, Seal Township #16. I feel this prooves that
      Daniel was still in Pike County in 1826, and lived or beside his SON
      Elias.  In checking the 1827 & 1828 Tax Records, no sign of Daniel
      appears. Court records later found showed that Elias owned his own
      home in which he ran a tavern out of which was Lot #66 in Piketon
      Ohio!
   n. The last record of Daniel I find in Pike County, Ohio is where Daniel
      is back in court being sued by Samuel Darlington for a debt of $30.00.
      (Book B, p.384) This is dated May 27, 1827. His daughter Harriet,
      marries William Tucker 1827-8-2. Apparently this is about the time
      Daniel and his family (other than Elias) left Ohio. As they do not
      appear on the 1830 census.
      OTHER INFO FOUND IN PIKE COUNTY!
      I personally looked at every Doughty marriage record that was
      recorded. In every case, the last name was spelled DOUGHTY. Even
      though indexes have shown various spellings, every record (Land,
      marriages, census, & Court) was spelled the same, DOUGHTY. I can also
      attest that the same person, (Wm Talbot) be it a judge, clerk, or
      minister, signed all of the Doughty's marriage certificates.  There
      were no other Doughty's in the county during the period of 1818 to
      1840. Found quite a bit of Tavern License fee that Elias paid to run
      his tavern out of his house in Piketon. His name was spelled correctly
      every time. No names such as Doty, Dowdy, Daughty, etc were even in
      the area! SO I feel this has to also prove that Daniel Doughty's
      family was the only one there, so these had to be his children. I had
      no luck in finding any McCauley's, Seal's, or Tuckers other than the
      marriage records. I did find this one interesting name though, Will of
      Joel Matthews (Will book 1, page 64. Oct. 8th, 1834.) Will actually
      dated 11-16-1832, leaves everything to his wife Jane!  Is this the
      same Jane Matthews living in Missouri with the rest of the family????
      I also went to Jackson County Ohio and searched the Court and Land
      records for Doughty during the same time period and came up empty!
   dm 1835 Feb 11 Tippecanoe County, Indiana.
 with Anna (nee McAuley 06) Doughty
   Elias 07       Harriet 07     Patricia 07    Asenath 07     Joseph 07
   <1805          <1810          <1810          <1810          <1820

Richard Doughty 06
   bm~1776 ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 05 et ux Martha (nee Laning 05) Doughty
      Virginia
   mf 1805 Mar 23 Elizabeth Allensworth 06
   n. Richard & Daniel both came to Muskingum County, Ohio in 1805. Just found
      relative of John and am currently putting together proof for this. Ran
      into a fellow that claims he has all of Thomas's info, but is unwilling to
      share any of it. I have a feeling that Joseph may have died at an early
      age. Have both daughters marriage records and tax records of the siblings
      up to about 1810.
   dm 1812 ___ __ Muskingum Cty, Ohio.
   n. Even though a grave has not been found for Richard. I have estate papers
      that show Elizabeth appointed two executors to settle his estate in August
      1812. I also have receipts showing the digging of his grave for $2.50. A
      town crier announcing his name through the streets @ $2.00, and a receipt
      for the cost of putting his estate in the local newspaper. RIchard left
      no will. Apparently Richard's brother Daniel was in Muskingum County at or
      near his birth, as his son Joseph was born in Muskingum County in 1812
      also. Richard's wife Elizabeth was able to keep all the property that they
      owned as the tax records show.  This was unusual back in these days!
   df ____ ___ __ Buried: Bethesda Church Cem-Dresden OH
 with Elizabeth (nee Allensworth 06) Doughty
   Allen 07       Eliza 07       Richard 07
   b18081001      b18100510      b18120323

Joseph Doughty 06
   bm 178_ ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 05 et ux Martha (nee Laning 05) Doughty
   n. In a book of Shenandoah Co., VA marriages, I found a Joseph Doughty
      married a Mary Earhart (Daughter of Polly) on Feb 27, 1807. Not sure
      if this is our Joseph, but the time and area fit.
   mf 1807 Feb 27 Mary Earhart 06
   bf 178_ ___ __ to _ Earhart 05 et ux Polly
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R___ P006 Index P91
      VA, Shenandoah Co.  Other:  free____  slaves____
 Joseph Doughty__________/01 00 01 00 00/01 00 01 00 00/00 00 _____________
 (Joseph)________________ 16-25MW
 (Mary)__________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 with Mary (nee Earhart 06) Doughty

Anna Doughty 06
   bf~1780 ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 05 et ux Martha (nee Laning 05) Doughty
   mm 1800 Oct 02 Barnabas McCauley 06 by William Williamson in Frederick Co.,
      VA.  bw

Elizabeth Doughty 06
   bf~1782 ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 05 et ux Martha (nee Laning 05) Doughty
   mm 1802 Apr 09 William Conrad 06 by William Williamson in Frederick Co., VA.
      bw

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Daniel Doughty 07
   bm 1791 ___ __ to John Doughty 06 et ux Margaret (nee Marks 06) Doughty
   n. jb found a marriage record of a Daniel Doughty that married Elizabeth
      Anderson on 1834 Sep 20, In Wayne County, Indiana. Not sure if this
      is the same Daniel but feel this may have been his second wife and he
      died in late 1834 or early 1835 when his possible two children Milton &
      Augustus were appointed wards to John P. Doughty.

William M. Doughty 07
   bm 1792 Apr 20 to John Doughty 06 et ux Margaret (nee Marks 06) Doughty in VA
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth Gay 07
   bf 1818 December 03 Wayne County, IN.
   dm 1878 Nov 20, Knightstown, Henry County, IN.
   n. Lived with her granddaughter Mrs. Z. B. Waller until her death in
      Shelbyville.

Thomas Lannon Doughty 07
   bm 1796 Mar 29 to John Doughty 06 et ux Margaret (nee Marks 06) Doughty
      Frederick Cty, VA.
   mf 1822 Nov 15 Cavey B. Templeman 07 in Stafford County, VA.
   df
   mf 1829 Apr 02 Mary Jane Kibbey 07 in Wayne Cty, IN.
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Kibbey 06 et ux MARY.
   df ____ ___ __ Buried: New Boston Cem-New Boston IL.
   mf 1851 Oct __ Rachel Salvin 07 in Mercer County, IL.
   n. Thomas is listed as a M. E. minister. He was also a Justice of the Peace
      in Richmond IN.
   dm 1865 Dec 13 Belmont, Warren Co., IL. Buried: New Boston Cem-New Boston ILL
 with Cavey B. (nee Templeman 07) Doughty
   James W 08
   b1827
 with Mary (nee Kibbey 07) Doughty
   Thomas H 08    Mary D 08      A. Josephine 08Lucien B 08    Edwin 08
   b1831          b1833          b1835          b18410328      b18440718
   Edward 08      Emma C 08      Frank E 08
   b18440718      b1848          b18491104

Ezra M. Doughty 07
   bm 1800 ___ __ to John Doughty 06 et ux Margaret (nee Marks 06) Doughty
      in Frederick Cty, VA
   mf 1834 ___ __ Jane E. Vance 07 in Sangamon County, IL.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Melville Vance 06
   df ____ ___ __ Centerville while visiting Ezra's brother. Actually lived
      in Hagerstown, IN
   mf 1849 Apr 20 Mary Ann Sheppard 07 in Randolph County, IN.
   n. Notes for MARGARET DOUGHTY: After Margaret's (Maggie) parents died, she
      and her sister Mary, went to live with John P. Doughty.
   dm 1849 Sep 20 Hagerstown, Wayne Cty, IN.
 with Jane E. (nee Vance _) Doughty
   Margaret 08    Eliza 08       Mary Amanda 08
   b              b              b18441224

Moses Crume Doughty 07
   bm 1804 ___ __ to John Doughty 06 et ux Margaret (nee Marks 06) Doughty in
      VA.
   mf 1832 May 31 Ann P. Cheesman 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Richard Cheesman 06 et ux Hannah
   n. William Crume was the administrator of Moses Doughty's will. William was
      the son of Moses Crume. Moses Crume married Sarah Marks sister
      to Margaret Marks, who married John Doughty. They were the daughters of
      William Marks and wife Mary. Moses & Sarah Crume also had a
      son by the name of Pliney Crume. John's son Moses Crume Doughty, named
      one of their son's Pliney Crume Doughty.
   dm 1841 Jun 21 Eaton, OH.
   df 1894 Sep 20.
 with Ann P. (nee Cheesman _) Doughty
   John Richard08 David Ezra 08  Pliney Moses 08
   b18350612      b18380604      b1840

John P. Doughty 07
   bm 1806 Dec 07 to John Doughty 06 Margaret (nee Marks 06) Doughty in
      Shenandoah Co., VA
   mf 1835 May 06 Jane S. Dill 07 in Wayne County, IN.
   n. 1851 - 1853 Jul 07 John P. Doughty was in the House of Representatives for
      Indiana from
      John was also appointed guardian of Thomas Milton Doughty & Augustus
      Doughty, minor heirs of the Estate of Daniel E. Doughty on 1835 Feb 10
      who were under the age of 14 at the time. The actual document reads:
      Febry Term AD 1835
      Tuesday morning 9 o'clock Feb 10, 1835 the court met pursuant----- John
      P. Doughty is appointed guardian of the persons and estates of
      Thomas Milton Doughty and Augustus Doughty minor heirs of the estate of
      Daniel E. Doughty deceased under the age of fourteen years.
      Bond of $100.00 set and Thomas L. Doughty security - duty sworn.
      John was also a Master Saddler. ( Made horse saddles & bridles) I have a
      funeral notice for John. It States: FUNERAL INVITATION
      Yourself and Family are requested to attend the funeral of Mr. John P.
      Doughty from his late residence, tomorrow, Friday at 1 o'clock
      Funeral service at the house. Centerville, April 2nd, 1863.
   dm 1863 Apr 01 in Centerville, IN. Buried: Crown Hill Cem, Centerville, IN
   df ____ ___ __ Buried: Crown Hill Cem., Centerville, IN
 with Jane S. (nee Dill 07) Doughty
   Ezra Dill 08   Anna Maria 08  Samuel C 08    Martha B 08
   b18360531      b18380413      b18400803      b18430826

Amanda Malvina Doughty 07
   bf 1814 Feb 14 to John Doughty 06 et ux Margaret (nee Marks 06) Doughty in
      Shenandoah Cty, VA.
   mm 1846 Aug 19 Simeon Macy 07 in Wayne County, IN.
   n. Simeon Macy was a doctor. They were among the first people to settle in
      Aledo.
   df 1900 May 17, Aledo, IL. Buried: Aledo Cem-Aledo ILL
      Amanda's obituary states the following: Moved to Ohio with parents at
      the age of twelve. This would have been 1826 as opposed to 1825 when
      brother Ezra said they moved. Lived with the family of J.G. McGuffin or
      McGullin for 15 years in Aledo after her husbands death. She was the
      Youngest of Twelve children! (all who have passed away) Has one daughter
      still living, Mrs C.A. Kent of Watertown Mass.
      Her obituary shows only her name as A.M. Macy. Indiana marriage record
      and 1860 census show her name as Amanda. An LDS marriage
      record I found has all the correct names and dates for Simeon and her,
      but shows her name as Malvina Doughty. So this leads me to believe her
      name is Amanda Malvina.
   dm ____ ___ __ Buried: Aledo Cem-Aledo ILL
   n. James M. Macy bm Laurel IN dm 1882 Aledo IL.
 with Simeon Macy 07
   James M 08
   b18470921

Eliza M. Doughty 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to John Doughty 06 et ux Margaret (nee Marks 06) Doughty
   mm 1833 Apr 27 Peter H. Golladay 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to David Golladay 06 et ux Rebecca (nee Hockman 06) Golladay
   n. Peter was a Rev. pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Harrison Ohio. He
      was ordained at Oxford, OH in 1832. He pastored in Harrison from 1839 to
      1856.
   n. JENNIE GOLLADAY mm MR. HAMILTON and had ESTHER HAMILTON.
   df 1894 Sep 20
 with Peter Golladay 07
   Jennie 08
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John Doughty _
   n. I found a John & Mary Doughty living in Muskingum County, Ohio in the
      early 1800's. Have not been able to find out how they (if they do) relate!
      John was born in 1803 in VA. Mary Elizabeth Ellis was born in 1810 in Ohio
   mf 1829 Aug 13 Mary Elizabeth Ellis _ in Muskingum Cty.

Nancy B. Doughty 07
   bf 1800 Aug 19 to Thomas Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth (nee Kemp 06) Doughty
   mm 1816 Dec 18 John C. Leach 07 in Shenandoah County, VA.

Jane H. Doughty 07
   bf 1803 Feb 08 to Thomas Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth (nee Kemp 06) Doughty

Martha L. Doughty 07
   bf 1805 Jul 27 to Thomas Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth (nee Kemp 06) Doughty
      Millwood, Frederick County, VA.
   mm 1835 Dec 14 Alexander Wood 07 in Frederick County, VA.
   bm ____ ___ __ to Alexander Wood 06 et ux Elizabeth (nee Kirtley 06) Wood
   df 1888 Sep 14 Millwood, Clark County, VA. Buried: Old Chapel Cem., Clark
      Co., VA. Obituary from the Clark Courier Paper in Clark County, VA (Dated
      9-20-1888) stated that Martha died at the home of her daughter Mrs C.H.
      Blake (Mary Ellen) who lived in Berryville, VA. Cemetery listing shows
      Martha was born in 1806. Kemp family bible shows Martha being born in
      1805. I went with bible. Millwood, Va was in Frederick County until 1836.
      At that time, it became Clark county.
   dm ____ ___ __ Buried: Old Chapel Cem-Clark Cty, VA.  Clark Courier paper has
      Alexander's obituary and listed that he died in Millwood, VA. and was a
      mail carrier.
   n. HARVEY KEMP WOOD 08 bm 1846 Aug 04 Millwood VA. dm 1918 Oct 30 Hume, MO
      mf FRANCES WHEELER.  Harvey died in Hume Mo which is in Bates county MO.
      The Wood family and some of the Doughty family moved from Va to Bates &
      St. Charles County, VA.
   n. MARY ELLEN WOOD 08 bf 1840 Oct 03 Millwood, Clark County, VA. df 1898 Jul
      03 Clark County, VA. mm 1880 Dec 22 Charles Harry Blake 08 and she is
      buried at the Old Chapel Cemetery in Clark Co., VA. No sign of CH Blake is
      found.
   n. LUCY ELIZABETH WOOD 08 bf 1836 Nov 18 Millwood VA. df 1930 May 30 Millwood
      VA. m. ALEXANDER VANCE NEVILLE 08 she is Buried: Old Chapel Cem-Clark Co.,
      VA, he is Buried: Old Chapel Cem-Clark Cty, VA
 with Alexander Wood 06
   Harvey K 08    Mary Ellen 08  Lucy E 08
   b18460804      b18401003      b18361118

Sally M. Doughty 07
   bf 1808 Mar 06 to Thomas Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth (nee Kemp 06) Doughty

William K. Doughty 07
   bm 1812 Jun 17 to Thomas Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth (nee Kemp 06) Doughty
      Frederick Cty, VA.
   mf 1836 Apr 03 Emily A. Craig 07 in Whitepost, Frederick Co., VA
   bf ____ ___ __ to Josiah Craig 06 et ux Elizabeth (nee Martin 06) Craig
   n. Land records show that in 1843, William & Emily may have moved to St
      Charles County, MO
   mf 1847 Dec 29 Catherine Stapp 07 in St. Charles Co., MO
   mf 1851 Sep 25 Elizabeth (nee _ 07) Jones 07
   n. Marriage record for William & Elizabeth indicates she was "Mrs." Elizabeth
      Jones. Elizabeth & Martha "Mattie" are both buried at Dunlap Cemetery at
      Mill Creek Hollow which is east of Howell, MO. This is a family cemetery.
      The 1860 census shows they were neighbors of the Dunlaps.
   n. After extensive research, I have found William K Doughty on the 1870
      Census for MO. But have not been able to find hide nor hair of him
      anywhere after this!
   dm>1880
   df ____ ___ __ Buried: Dunlap Cem-Mill Creek Hollow, MO
 with Emily (nee Craig 07) Doughty
   John 08        Mary E 08      Josiah C 08    George T 08
   b1837          b1839          b1841          b1846
 with Catherine (nee Stapp 07) Doughty
   Harriett 08
   b1849
 with Elizabeth (nee _ 07) Jones 07 Doughty
   Samuel K 08    Thomas 08      Emily E 08     Martha B 08
   ~1851          ~1853          b18560219      ~1858

Eliza Doughty 07
   bf 1815 Jan 27 to Thomas Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth (nee Kemp 06) Doughty
   mm 1836 Mar 09 George W. Legg 07 in Frederick County, VA.
   df 1896 Apr 15 in Winchester, VA. Buried: Mt Hebron Cem-Winchester VA
   dm ____ ___ __ Buried: Mt Hebron Cem-Winchester VA
 with George W. Legg 07
   Grace 08       James W 08     Edgar 08       George W 08    John C 08
   bf 1837        b1839          b1843          b1847          b1849
   Alfred L 08    Mary V 08      Joseph C 08
   bm 1851        b1856          b1859

Mary Ann Doughty 07
   bf 1818 Nov 25 to Thomas Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth (nee Kemp 06) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ James H. Kemp 07
   n. Mary Ann is listed on the 1850 VA census. Living with James H Kemp and
      her mother Elizabeth Doughty. Alot of other Kemps are listed also.
      These could be sisters to James or maybe children from a first marriage.
      Maria M. Kemp bf 1835 mm 18680930 Reese Bowen Yeakley _ in Winchester, VA.
      Elizabeth Kemp (born 1835 -may be twin to Maria)
      Sarah Kemp (born 1833)
   n. Elizabeth Doughty is NOT listed on the 1860 census.
   n. Laura Kemp 09 mm 1867 Dec 17 George Kenton 09
with James H. Kemp 07
   Laura 08       Mary T 08      James 08       Susan K 08
   b1844          b1847          b1852          b1855
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Elias Doughty 07
   bm<1805 ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 06 et ux Anna (nee McAuley 06) Doughty

Harriet Doughty 07
   bm<1810 ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 06 et ux Anna (nee McAuley 06) Doughty

Patricia "Patsy" Doughty 07
   bm<1810 ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 06 et ux Anna (nee McAuley 06) Doughty
   n. aka Martha

Asenath Doughty 07
   bm<1810 ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 06 et ux Anna (nee McAuley 06) Doughty

Joseph Doughty 07
   bm<1820 ___ __ to Daniel Doughty 06 et ux Anna (nee McAuley 06) Doughty
   mf
   n. Diary of Court Records, Carthage, Missouri.
      1842 Mar 04
      This day came Joseph Doughty and filed in my office his appointment by a
      majority of the Justices of the peace the North Fork Township of constable
      for said Township an also presented and filed his official bond with
      William Mann and Seth Shoemaker as his securities In the sum of Five
      Hundred dollars which was approved by me.
      Elwood B. James, Clerk
      1842 Mar 12, Jasper County Court
      1844 Aug
      1845 Nov
      1846 Nov 25, Wednesday, Jasper Co. Court
      1848 Mar 01, Wednesday morning, Jasper Co. Court
      1849 Nov 27, Tuesday, P422, Jasper Co. Court.
      1849 Nov 30, Friday, Jasper Co. Court.
   n. 1850 Apr, Carthage Court House records from Steve Walden
      Grantor: Elijah Nelson
      Grantee: Wilson Shoemaker
      Security: Joseph Doughty
   ld 1851 Jul 12
      Grantor: Ellwood B. James and Elizabeth Ann his wife of the County of
      Jasper in the State of Missouri.
      Grantee: Joseph Doughty, George Sly, Rowland King, John Henry, and
      Nathan Ralston trustees interest for the uses and purposes hereinafter
      mentioned all of the County of Jasper and State aforesaid.
      Description:
      Transaction: One Hundred and Twenty Five dollars
      Description: a certain Lower lot in the Town of Carthage in the county of
       Jasper in the State of Missouri and known and designated on the plat of
       said Town of Carthage now of Record in the record office of said county
       as being lot numbers Forty Two (42) containing fifty feet front and
       running back two hundred feet. forever in trust, ...that they shall erect
       and build, or cause to be erected and built thereon a house or place of
       worship, for the use of the members of the Methodist Episcopal Church in
       the United State of America,
 with
   Elijah N 08
   b

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Allen Doughty 07
   bm 1808 Oct 01 to Richard Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth (nee Allensworth 06)
      Doughty Muskingum Cty, Ohio
   mf 1834 Apr 10 Lucinda Honnold 08
   df ____ ___ __ Buried: Bethesda Church Cem-Dresden, OH
   mf 1877 May 06 Martha Jane Shirer 08 Ferrell in Muskingum Cty, Ohio
   bf ____ ___ __ to George Shirer 07 et ux Sarah (nee Adams 07) Shirer
   dm 1889 Feb 25 Adamsville, Muskingum Co., OH. Buried: Bethesda Church
      Cem-Dresden, OH
   df ____ ___ __ Buried: Greenwood Cem-Zanesville, OH
 with Lucinda (nee Honnold 08) Doughty
   James H 08     William R 08   Louisa J 08    Henry H 08     Benjamin F 08
   b18350504      b18370224      b18380921      b18401110      b18420825
   Martha E 08    George H 08    Mary S 08      Anna E 08      Newton E 08
   b18441108      b184705__      b18481119      b185209__      b1854____
   Margaret E 08  Lucinda A 08
   b1858____      b1860____
 with Martha Jane (nee Shirer 08) Ferrell 08 Doughty


Eliza Doughty 07
   bf 1810 May 10 to Richard Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth (nee Allensworth 06)
      Doughty
   mm 1840 May 10 Jonathan Burch 07
   df 1882 Jul 15 in Licking Co., Hebron, OH. Buried: Hebron Cem (Rt 40)
      Hebron, OH.
   n. all children b Muskingum Cty, Ohio.
   n. Hamlin D. Burch 08 mf 18690424 Candace Ruick 08
 with Jonathan Burch 07
   Lionidas 08    Homer C 08     Hamlin D 08    Richard W 08   David 08
   b1841          b18420712      b18460921      b1848          b1852
   Joseph 08      Mary E 08
   b1854          b1858

Richard Watson Doughty 07
   bm 1812 Mar 23 to Richard Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth (nee Allensworth 06)
      Doughty in Muskingum Co., OH
   n. Reverend, Sr.
   mf 1832 Jul 23 Juliann Morrison 07
   mf 1838 May 29 Anna Maria Hare 07 in Pike Cty, OH.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jacob Hare 06 et ux Elizabeth
   dm 1877 Mar 12 Zaleski, Ohio. Buried: Fort St Cem., Nelsonville, OH. Died of
      stomach cancer
   df ____ ___ __ Buried: Greenlawn Cem-Nelsonville, OH in an unmarked grave
      Sec 1 Lot 39
 with Juliann (nee Morrison 07) Doughty
   Laura J 08
   b18331010
 with Anna Maria (nee Hare 07) Doughty
   Laura J 08     Richard W 08   John W 08      Joseph B 08    Adam C 08
   b18331010      b18390310      b18410625      b18460610      b18480829
   Mary H 08      Lizzie 08      Martha N 08    Margaret J 08
   b18510606      b1853____      b18540603      b18561112
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James W. Doughty 08
   bm 1827 ___ __ to Thomas Lannon Doughty 07 et ux Cavey B. (nee Templeman 07)
      Doughty

Thomas H. Doughty 08
   bm 1831 ___ __ to Thomas Lannon Doughty 07 et ux Mary Jane (nee Kibbey 07)
      Doughty in Centerville, IN.
   mf 1856 ___ __ Hattie M. _ 08
   n. Better known as T.H. Doughty. He was a police magistrate & book keeper
      in Mercer County ILL. He was the 4th child of eleven born to Tom &
      Mary Jane.
 with Hattie M. (nee _ 08) Doughty
   Josie Olie 09  Willie L 09    James E 09     Kate 09        Sue 09
   b18541016      b18580326      b18660825      b              b
   Harry 09       infant 09
   b              b

Mary Drusilla Doughty 08
   bf 1833 ___ __ to Thomas Lannon Doughty 07 et ux Mary (nee Kibbey 07) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Dixon 08

A. Josephine Doughty 08
   bf 1835 ___ __ to Thomas Lannon Doughty 07 et ux Mary (nee Kibbey 07) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Cunningham 08

Lucien B. Doughty 08
   bm 1841 Mar 28 to Thomas Lannon Doughty 07 et ux Mary (nee Kibbey 07) Doughty
      in Knightstown, Henry Cty, IN.
   mf 1866 Aug 16 Fannie E. Hayes 08 in Eaton, Ohio.
   mf 1871 Jul 16 Clara D. Pennell _ in Rock Island (county?) IN.
 with Fannie E. (nee Hayes 08) Doughty
   James Henry 09
   b18670610
 with Clara D. (nee Pennell 08) Doughty
   Josie Amelia09 Charles Eli 09 Clara Emma 09
   b18730108      b18750202      b18780318

Edwin Doughty 08
   bm 1844 Jul 18 to Thomas Lannon Doughty 07 et ux Mary (nee Kibbey 07) Doughty
   dm 1844 July 19

Edward Doughty 08
   bm 1844 Jul 18 to Thomas Lannon Doughty 07 et ux Mary (nee Kibbey 07) Doughty
   dm 1844 Aug 01 Buried: New Boston Cem., New Boston ILL

Emma C. Doughty 08
   bf 1848 ___ __ to Thomas Lannon Doughty 07 et ux Mary (nee Kibbey 07) Doughty
      in Illinois.
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Cole 08

Frank E. Doughty 08
   bm 1849 Nov 04 to Thomas Lannon Doughty 07 et ux Mary (nee Kibbey 07) Doughty
      Illinois
   dm 1849 Dec 29 IL Buried: New Boston Cem., New Boston ILL
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Margaret Doughty 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to Ezra M. Doughty 07 et ux Jane E. (nee Vance _) Doughty

Eliza Doughty 08
   bf ____ ___ __ to Ezra M. Doughty 07 et ux Jane E. (nee Vance _) Doughty

Mary Amanda Doughty 08
   bf 1844 Dec 24 to Ezra M. Doughty 07 et ux Jane E. (nee Vance _) Doughty
   mm 1869 ___ __ John Newton Abernanthy 08 in Knightstown, IN.
   n. Mary and her sister Margaret went to live with John P. Doughty after her
      parents death. She went to live with them in November, 1849.
   n. Bonnie ABERNANTHY _ mm H. B. PERINE and had JOHN D. PERINE bm 1943;
      WILLIAM PERINE.
 with John Abernanthy 08
   Frank 09       Ezra 09        Bonnie 09      J L 09
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John Richard Doughty 08
   bm 1835 Jun 12 to Moses Crume Doughty 07 et ux Ann P. (nee Cheesman 07)
      Doughty in Ohio.
   mf 1857 Jul 12 Laura E. Fleming 08 in Richmond, IN.
   bf ____ ___ __ to David Fleming 07 et ux Lucy (nee McMurray 07) Doughty
   dm 1874 Feb 16 in Economy, IN. Buried: Westlawn Cem-Hagerstown IN
   n. Laura also went by the name of Mary Fleming Harper.
   df ____ ___ __ Buried: Westlawn Cem-Hagerstown IN
 with Laura E. (nee Fleming 08) Doughty
   Charles 09     Anna 09        Josephine 09   Frank M 09     Sarah A 09
   b1858          b1860          b1863          b18660517      b1872

David Ezra Doughty 08
   bm 1838 Jun 04 to Moses Crume Doughty 07 et ux Ann P. (nee Cheesman 07)
      Doughty in Ohio.
   mf 1862 Jan 30 Caroline Ofterdinger 08 in Wayne County, IN.
   bf ____ ___ __ to August Ofterdinger 07 et ux Hannah (nee Mendenhall 07)
      Ofterdinger
   dm 1927 Apr 09 in Losantville, IN. Buried: Union Cem-Losantville IN
   df ____ ___ __ Buried: Blountsville IN
 with Caroline (nee Ofterdinger 08) Doughty
   George M 09    Luther E 09    Emma A 09      Albert R 09
   b1866          b1867          b1875          b1878

Pliney Moses Crume Doughty 08
   bm 1840 ___ __ to Moses Crume Doughty 07 et ux Ann P. (nee Cheesman 07)
      Doughty
   mf 1859 Sep 03 Sarah J. Taylor 08 in Wayne County, IN.
 with Sarah J. (nee Taylor 08) Doughty
   John M 09      Luella 09      Samuel F 09    Emma F 09
   b1861          b1862          b1865          b
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Ezra Dill Doughty 08
   bm 1836 May 31 to John P. Doughty 07 et ux Jane S. (nee Dill 07) Doughty
      Wayne Co., IN.
   dm 1836 Dec 30 at 7m Way Co., IN

Anna Maria Doughty 08
   bf 1838 Apr 13 to John P. Doughty 07 et ux Jane S. (nee Dill 07) Doughty
      in Centerville, IN.
   mm 1869 Sep 15 Jacob Rife Fosher 08 in Wayne County, IN.
   dm ____ ___ __ Buried: Earlhan Cem- Richmond IN
   n. JOHN FOSHER et ux had FOREST FOSHER.
   n. CORA A. FOSHER mm L.B. PITZER.
   n. ROY FOSHER bm Centerville IN dm 1883 Jun 25 Oscala, Polk Cty, Nebraska.
   df 1915 Mar 15 in Wayne County, IN. Buried: Earlhan Cem- Richmond IN
 with Jacob Rife Fosher 08
   John 09        Cora A 09      Roy 09
   b              b              b18810310

Samuel Cunningham Doughty 08
   bm 1840 Aug 03 to John P. Doughty 07 et ux Jane S. (nee Dill 07) Doughty
      in Centerville, IN.
   mf 1870 Sep 08 Anna Mary Mitchell 08 in Albington, Wayne County, IN.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Moses Mitchell 07 et ux Maria Ellen
   dm 1902 Dec 15 in Wayne County, IN.  Buried: Earlhan Cem- Richmond IN
   df ____ ___ __ Buried: Earlhan Cem- Richmond IN
 with Anna Mary (nee Mitchell __) Doughty
   Eva Mary 09    Vivian E 09
   b18720820      b18861222

Martha B. Doughty 08
   bf 1843 Aug 26 to John P. Doughty 07 et ux Jane S. (nee Dill 07) Doughty
   df 1844 Mar 11
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John Doughty 08
   bm 1837 ___ __ to William K. Doughty 07 et ux Emily (nee Craig 07) Doughty

Mary E. Doughty 08
   bf 1839 ___ __ to William K. Doughty 07 et ux Emily (nee Craig 07) Doughty

Josiah C. Doughty 08
   bm 1841 ___ __ to William K. Doughty 07 et ux Emily (nee Craig 07) Doughty

George T. Doughty 08
   bm 1846 ___ __ to William K. Doughty 07 et ux Emily (nee Craig 07) Doughty

Harriett Doughty 08
   bf 1849 ___ __ to William K. Doughty 07 et ux Catherine (nee Stapp 07)
      Doughty in  Adamsville, Muskingum Cty OH.
   mm 1872 Sep 26 Hugh Steward 08 Reverend, Muskingum Cty, Ohio.
   df 1901 Aug 28 Cleveland, Ohio.  Mary was killed in Cleveland Ohio, struck by
      a street car while wheeling her grandchild across the street.

 William K. Doughty et ux Elizabeth (nee _ 07) Jones 07 Doughty
   Samuel K 08    Thomas 08      Emily E 08     Martha B 08
   ~1851          ~1853          b18560219      ~1858

Elijah Nelson Doughty 08
   bm ____ ___ __ to Joseph Doughty 07 et ux
 with
   George W 09    Anna B 09      Charles S 09   Lot Abram 09
   b              b              b              b              b

Anna E. Doughty 08
   bf 1852 Sep __ to Allen Doughty 07 et ux Lucinda (nee Honnold 07) Doughty
      Adamsville Muskingum Cty OH;
   mm 1871 Sep 07 William H. Shirer 08

Newton Earl Doughty 08
   bm 1854 ___ __ to Allen Doughty 07 et ux Lucinda (nee Honnold 07) Doughty
      Adamsville Muskingum Co. OH.

Margaret Ellinore Doughty 08
   bf 1858 ___ __ to Allen Doughty 07 et ux Lucinda (nee Honnold 07) Doughty
      Adamsville, Muskingum Co., OH.
   df ____ ___ __ Carmine, IL
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Bowden 08

Lucinda A. Doughty 08
   bf 1860 ___ __ to Allen Doughty 07 et ux Lucinda (nee Honnold 07) Doughty
      Adamsville, Muskingum Co., OH.
   mm ____ ___ __ Charles Aler 08
   df~1912 ___ __ Columbus, Ohio

Olive Mae Doughty 08
   bf 1879 May 28 to Allen Doughty 07 et ux Martha Jane (nee Shirer 08) Ferrell
      08 Doughty in Adamsville Muskingum Co., OH.
   mm Never married.
   df 1941 Mar 16 Adamsville, Muskingum Co., OH. Buried: Greenwood Cem.,
      Zanesville, OH

Bruce Clarence Doughty 08
   bm 1882 Dec 21 to Allen Doughty 07 et ux Martha Jane (nee Shirer 08) Ferrell
      08 Doughty  Adamsville, Muskingum Co., OH
   mf 1942 Sep 19 Vietta Grimm 08 in Muskingum Co., OH.
   dm 1976 Jun 13 Adamsville, Muskingum Co., OH. Buried: New Hope Cem.,
      Zanesville, OH

Allen Merrill Doughty 08
   bm 1884 Jul 23 to Allen Doughty 07 et ux Martha Jane (nee Shirer 08) Ferrell
      08 Doughty in Adamsville Muskingum Co., OH.
   mf 1905 Sep 27 Bessie E. Edwards 08 in Muskingum Co., Ohio.
   dm 1970 Sep 12 Zanesville, OH. Buried: Greenwood Cem-Zanesville, OH
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Laura Julia Doughty 08
   bf 1833 Oct 10 to Richard Watson Doughty 07 et ux Juliann (nee Morrison 07)
      Doughty in OH.
   mm 1856 Apr 10 Samuel Harvey Honnold 08 in Muskingum Cty, Ohio.
   n. 1873 Left Ohio.
   df 1922 May 22 Douglas Cty, Lawrence, KS. Buried: Olathe Memorial Cem-Olathe,
      KS
   dm ____ ___ __ Buried: Olathe Memorial Cem-Olathe, KS

Richard Watson Doughty 08
   bm 1839 Mar 10 to Richard Watson Doughty 07 et ux Anna (nee Hare 07) Doughty
      in VA
   mf 1862 Feb 16 Elizabeth Ann Roderick 08 in Thornville, Ohio.
   n. From the book "History of Franklin & Pickaway Counties Ohio 1880" P135
      Richard W. Doughty was in Co. B.: Private, 114th Reg O.V.I.  Reg. was
      recruited in August 1862 & mustered into service from Circleville
      9-11-1862. Assigned to Sherman's army in December & to Vicksburg, etc.
      Mustered out in July, 1863.
   dm 1908 Feb 19 Millersport, Ohio Buried: Millersport Cem Millersport OH
      Died of illness caused by falling out of a tree while picking fruit 4
      years earlier.
   df ____ ___ __ Buried: Millersport Cem Millersport OH Died of breast cancer.

John Wesley Doughty 08
   bm 1841 Jun 25 to Richard Watson Doughty 07 et ux Anna (nee Hare 07) Doughty
      in OH.
   mf 1859 Feb 27 Mary Ellen Lenhart 08 in Muskingum Co., Ohio.
   dm 1917 Jan 27 Columbus, Ohio Buried: Greenlawn Cem-Columbus, OH in an
      Unmarked Grave
   df ____ ___ __ Buried: Greenlawn Cem-Columbus, OH

Joseph Benson Doughty 08
   bm 1846 Jun 10 to Richard Watson Doughty 07 et ux Anna (nee Hare 07) Doughty
      in Granville, Licking Cty, Ohio.
   mf 1871 Dec 03 Catherine Montgomery Shrader 08 in Nelsonville, Athens Cty,
      Ohio.
   dm 1936 Oct 10 Milton Center, Wood Cty, Ohio.  Buried: Milton Twp Cem.,
      Milton Center, OH
   df  Buried: Milton Twp Cem., Milton Center, OH

Adam Clark Doughty 08
   bm 1848 Aug 29 to Richard Watson Doughty 07 et ux Anna (nee Hare 07) Doughty
      in OH.
   dm 1873 May 23 Nelsonville, Athens Cty, Ohio. Buried: Fort St Cem.,
      Nelsonville OH. Died due to a train accident in Nelsonville

Mary Hare Doughty 08
   bf 1851 Jun 06 to Richard Watson Doughty 07 et ux Anna (nee Hare 07) Doughty
      in Johnstown, Ohio.
   mm 1877 May 30 Gardner M. Wilson 08 in Vinton Cty, Ohio.
   df 1921 Apr 03 Columbus, Ohio. Buried: Greenlawn Cem-Columbus, OH. Unmarked
      grave & Died of Uterus Cancer

Lizzie Doughty 08
   bm 1853 ___ __ to Richard Watson Doughty 07 et ux Anna (nee Hare 07) Doughty
   n. In 1908 Lizzie was living in Pittsburg PA. I have searched the death index
      in Pittsburgh but have come up empty. I have yet to find anything on
      Lizzie.

Martha N. Doughty 08
   bf 1854 Jun 03 to Richard Watson Doughty 07 et ux Anna (nee Hare 07) Doughty
      McArthur, Ohio Vinton Cty;
   mm 1887 Dec 28 Abraham L. Butterworth 08 in Athens Cty , Ohio.
   df 1920 Nov 12 Columbus, Ohio Buried: Greenlawn Cem-Nelsonville, OH in an
      unmarked grave Sec 2 Lot 66
   dm ____ ___ __ Buried: Greenlawn Cem-Nelsonville, OH in an unmarked grave.

Margaret J. Doughty 08
   bf 1856 Nov 12 to Richard Watson Doughty 07 et ux Anna (nee Hare 07) Doughty
      in Muskingum Cty, Ohio.
   mm 1872 Sep 01 William Stanton 08
   df 1874 Jul 22 Berlin, Jackson Cty, Ohio.
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Josie Olie Doughty 09
   bf 1854 Oct 16 to Thomas H. Doughty 08 et ux Hattie M. (nee _ 08)
      Doughty
   df 1865 Oct 29 Buried: New Boston Cem-New Boston ILL

Willie L. Doughty 09
   bm 1858 Mar 26 to Thomas H. Doughty 08 et ux Hattie M. (nee _ 08)
      Doughty
   dm 1858 Apr 26 Buried: New Boston Cem-New Boston ILL

James E. Doughty 09
   bm 1866 Aug 25 to Thomas H. Doughty 08 et ux Hattie M. (nee _ 08)
      Doughty
   dm 1887 Jan 13 self inflicted gunshot. Buried: New Boston Cem-New Boston ILL

Kate Doughty 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas H. Doughty 08 et ux Hattie M. (nee _ 08)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ P. E. Tovey 09

Sue Doughty 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas H. Doughty 08 et ux Hattie M. (nee _ 08)
      Doughty

Harry Doughty 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas H. Doughty 08 et ux Hattie M. (nee _ 08)
      Doughty

_ Doughty 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to Thomas H. Doughty 08 et ux Hattie M. (nee _ 08)
      Doughty
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James Henry Doughty 09
   bm 1867 Jun 10 to Lucien B. Doughty 08 et ux Fannie E. (nee Hayes 08) Doughty
   dm 1869 Aug 13

Josie Amelia Doughty 09
   bf 1873 Jan 08 to Lucien B. Doughty 08 et ux Clara D. (nee Pennell 08)
      Doughty

Charles Eli Doughty 09
   bm 1875 Feb 02 to Lucien B. Doughty 08 et ux Clara D. (nee Pennell 08)
      Doughty

Clara Emma Doughty 09
   bf 1878 Mar 18 to Lucien B. Doughty 08 et ux Clara D. (nee Pennell 08)
      Doughty
   df 1878 Apr 19
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Charles Doughty 09
   bm 1858 ___ __ to John Richard Doughty 08 et ux Laura E. (nee Fleming 08)
      Doughty in Wayne County, IN.

Anna Doughty 09
   bf 1860 ___ __ to John Richard Doughty 08 et ux Laura E. (nee Fleming 08)
      Doughty in Wayne County, IN.

Josephine Doughty 09
   bf 1863 ___ __ to John Richard Doughty 08 et ux Laura E. (nee Fleming 08)
      Doughty in Wayne County, IN.

Frank M. Doughty 09
   bm 1866 May 17 to John Richard Doughty 08 et ux Laura E. (nee Fleming 08)
      Doughty in Economy, Dalton Cty, IN,
   mf ____ ___ __ Blanche Jarboe 09 Richmond, IN.
   mf 1891 Mar 07 Mary Rosella Smith 09 in Richmond, IN.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Robert Smith 08 et ux Sarah (nee Hayes 08) Smith
   dm 1933 Jul 31 in Richmond, IN. Buried: Westlawn Cem-Hagerstown IN
   df ____ ___ __ Buried: Westlawn Cem-Hagerstown IN
      Children of FRANK DOUGHTY and MARY SMITH are:
 with Mary Rosella (nee Smith 09) Doughty
   Ansil R 10     Frances P 10   Smith G 10     Julia L 10
   b18921117      b18990717      b19021118      b19080123

Sarah A. Doughty 09
   bf 1872 ___ __ to John Richard Doughty 08 et ux Laura E. (nee Fleming 08)
      Doughty
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George M. Doughty 09
   bm 1866 ___ __ to David Ezra Doughty 08 et ux Caroline (nee Ofterdinger 08)
      Doughty

Luther E. Doughty 09
   bm 1867 ___ __ to David Ezra Doughty 08 et ux Caroline (nee Ofterdinger 08)
      Doughty
   dm 1936 Apr 21 Delaware County, IN.

Emma A. Doughty 09
   bf 1875 ___ __ to David Ezra Doughty 08 et ux Caroline (nee Ofterdinger 08)
      Doughty

Albert R. Doughty 09
   bm 1878 ___ __ to David Ezra Doughty 08 et ux Caroline (nee Ofterdinger 08)
      Doughty
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John M. Doughty 09
   bm 1861 ___ __ to Pliney Moses Crume Doughty 08 et ux Sarah J. (nee Taylor
      08) Doughty

Luella Doughty 09
   bf 1862 ___ __ to Pliney Moses Crume Doughty 08 et ux Sarah J. (nee Taylor
      08) Doughty

Samuel F. Doughty 09
   bf 1865 ___ __ to Pliney Moses Crume Doughty 08 et ux Sarah J. (nee Taylor
      08) Doughty

Emma F. Doughty 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to Pliney Moses Crume Doughty 08 et ux Sarah J. (nee Taylor
      08) Doughty
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Eva Mary Doughty 09
   bf 1872 Aug 20 to Samuel Cunningham Doughty 08 et ux Anna Mary (nee Mitchell
      08) Doughty, in Centerville, IN
   n. after the death of Vivian, Eva raised and took care of Vivian's four sons.
      Eva never married.
   df 1950 Jul 14 Gardena, CA.  In 1927

Vivian Ellen Doughty 09
   bf 1886 Dec 22 to Samuel Cunningham Doughty 08 et ux Anna Mary (nee Mitchell
      08) Doughty
   df 1925 Feb 23 Ancho, New Mexico.
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George Wilson Doughty 09
   bm 1861 Nov 13 to Elijah Nelson Doughty 08 et ux Sara Jane (nee Blacker 08
      Lawrence, Kansas.
   mf 1881 Dec 23 Margaret Catherine Godfrey 09
   bf 1862 Mar 17 in Lawrence, Kansas.
   dm 1945 Jun 15 at Oakland, Calif.
   df 1938 Apr 03 Twin Falls, Idaho.
   n. GenForum #255
 with Margaret Catherine (nee Godfrey 09) Doughty
   Ruby 10        Celia 10       Georgia M 10   Anna Mae 10    Edith Rae 10
   b18821008      b18840412      b18940503      b18960628      18991106
   Franklin E 10  Lewis J 10     Verna 10
   b19010512      b19030117      b190701

Anna B. Doughty 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to Elijah Nelson Doughty 08 et ux Sara Jane (nee Blacker 08

Charles S. Doughty 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to Elijah Nelson Doughty 08 et ux Sara Jane (nee Blacker 08

Lot Abram Doughty 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to Elijah Nelson Doughty 08 et ux Sara Jane (nee Blacker 08 in
      Platte City, MO.
   n. He spent his boyhood in Jasper County.
   mf 1898 ___ __ Hannah Annalee Atchley 09 in Lebanon, MO.
   n. In 1901, they moved to Saline County, MO, the town of Arrow Rock.
      He was farmer until abt 1913, when he moved to a neighboring, Marshall,
      (Saline Co.) MO. He then sold real estate.
   dm 1951 Oct
      1951 Oct 25 Thursday, Democrat News, at Marshall, MO. Obituary.
         Doughty Services To Held Friday
         Rev. H.B. Smith Will Have Charge of Rites At 10:30  At Campbell-Lewis
      Chapel
         Funeral services for Mr. Lot Abram Doughty, Marshall real estate agent,
      will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Friday, October 26, at the Campbell-Lewis
      funeral home, conducted by the Rev. Harvey Baker Smith. Burial will be on
      the family lot at Ridge Park Cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral
      home until the hour of the services.
         Mr. Doughty died at 12:46 p.m. on Wednesday October 24, at the
      Warrensburg Medical Center, where he had been a patient since he injured
      in an auto accident on October 17.
         Mr. Doughty was a native of Missouri. He was born in Platte City on
      February 23, 1875, the son of the Rev. Elijah Nelson Doughty, a Methodist
      minister and Sarah Jane Blacker Doughty. He spent his boyhood in Jasper
      County and early in life became a member of the Methodist Church.
      Fifty-three years ago, on September 28, 1898, he was married to Hannah
      A. Atchley. They resided in Lebanon until 1901, when they moved to Saline
      county, and Mr. Doughty farmed in the southern part of the county.
         In 1913 they came to Marshall and Mr. Doughty had been in the real
      estate business here since that time.
         He is survived by his wife, who has been an invalid since she suffered
      a stroke six years ago: three daughters - - Mrs. Jessie Humphreys,
      Marshall; Irene, Mrs. Dewey Short, Kansas City, Mo;  and Mae, Mrs. Adolph
      Miller, Kansas City, Kansas;  and a son, Maurice L. Doughty; Marshall;
      A daughter Chlorene, their first child died at the age of 3.
         Mr. Doughty also leaves two brothers and three sisters:  R.N. Doughty
      and D.O. Doughty, Kansas City;  Mrs Anna Gumm, Virgil, Kansas;  Mrs Effie
      Campbell, Los Angeles;  and Mrs. Hattie Edwards, Lebanon. Two brothers,
      George and Charles Doughty, preceded him in death.
   n. Carole - I have a newspaper clipping of the auto accident that took his.
      Also of his daughter Jessie and son Maurice.
         The obit for Jessie Doughty Humphreys states, she was a member of the
      following organizations;
            First Christian Church
            Mary Chilton Winslow Chapter - Daughters of 1812
            Marshall Chapter - Daughters of the Colonists
            Marshall Chapter - Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims
            National Society Colonial Dames XVII
            Daughters of the American Revolution
            Beta Sigma Phi
         She died in 1973.



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Effie Doughty 09
   bf ____ ___ __ to George H. Doughty 08

Warner Doughty 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to George H. Doughty 08

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Ansil R. Doughty 10
   bm 1892 Nov 17 to Frank M. Doughty 09 et ux Mary Rosella (nee Smith 09)
      Doughty in Wayne County, IN.
   dm 1926 May 31 at Muncie, Delaware Cty, IN.

Frances Pauline Doughty 10
   bf 1899 Jul 17 to Frank M. Doughty 09 et ux Mary Rosella (nee Smith 09)
      Doughty
   df 1974 ___ __ Beech Grove, IN.

Smith Guy Doughty 10
   bm 1902 Nov 18 to Frank M. Doughty 09 et ux Mary Rosella (nee Smith 09)
      Doughty in Wayne Co., IN.
   dm 1975 May 09 Indianapolis, IN.

Julia Lucille Doughty 10
   bm 1908 Jan 23 to Frank M. Doughty 09 et ux Mary Rosella (nee Smith 09)
      Doughty in Economy, Dalton Co., IN.

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Ruby Doughty 10
   bf 1882 Oct 08 to George Wilson Doughty 09 et ux Margaret Catherine (nee
      Godfrey 09) Doughty.

Celia Doughty 10
   bf 1884 Apr 12 to George Wilson Doughty 09 et ux Margaret Catherine (nee
      Godfrey 09) Doughty.

Georgia M. Doughty 10
   bf 1894 May 03 to George Wilson Doughty 09 et ux Margaret Catherine (nee
      Godfrey 09) Doughty.

Anna Mae Doughty 10
   bf 1896 Jun 28 to George Wilson Doughty 09 et ux Margaret Catherine (nee
      Godfrey 09) Doughty.

Edith Rae Doughty 10
   bf 1899 Nov 06 to George Wilson Doughty 09 et ux Margaret Catherine (nee
      Godfrey 09) Doughty.

Franklin Elmer Doughty 10
   bm 1901 May 12 to George Wilson Doughty 09 et ux Margaret Catherine (nee
      Godfrey 09) Doughty.

Lewis Jennings Doughty 10
   bm 1903 Jan 17 to George Wilson Doughty 09 et ux Margaret Catherine (nee
      Godfrey 09) Doughty.

Verna Doughty 10
   bf 1907 Jan __ to George Wilson Doughty 09 et ux Margaret Catherine (nee
      Godfrey 09) Doughty.

LINKAGE END 07  Daniel Doughty/Martha Laney, The Virginian (ex-Pennsylvanian)

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LINKAGE BEGIN 08  Benjamin B. Doughty/Elizabeth Crammer  Line

Daniel Doughty 05
   bm 178_ ___ __ to Abner, Jr?
   mf 1808 Aug 23 Hannah Johnston 05 by Jno. Blackwood x J. E. Adams Pstr ME.
      MR from Florence Branin.
   bf 1781
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R81 P207
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Galloway Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Dan'l Doughty ___________/0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Daniel)_________________ 40-49MW
 (Hannah)_________________ 40-49FW
 (Benjamin B.)____________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R___ P056A L27
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Mullica Twp.   ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Daniel Doughty __________/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Daniel)________________ 50-59MW
 (Hannah)________________ 50-59FW
   n. 1840 neighbors: Robert McColister, Isaiah Crammer, William Goff, James
      Wells
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P87A L16 1265/1290
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Mullica Twsp
      1850 Sep 17             Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Hannah Doughty             69FW                           NJ
   n. I wonder if this Hannah is Ben B.'s wife's mother.  Then if this is the
      right Daniel Doughty.
 with Hannah (nee Johnston 05) Doughty
   Benjamin B 06
   b18060312

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John Doughty 06
   bm 180_
   mf 1828 Dec 31 Charlotte Adams 06. NJ_GCMR P75.  May not be right - RWC75.
   bf 180_
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R___ P056A L16.
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Mullica Twp.   ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Doughty ____________/1 2 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (John)__________________ 30-39MW
 ________________________ 30-39FW
 ________________________ 10-14MW
 ________________________ 10-14MW
 ________________________ 10-14FW
 ________________________ 10-14FW
 ________________________ 05-09MW
 ________________________ 05-09MW
 ________________________ 00-04MW
 ________________________ 00-04FW
   n. 1840 neighbors Jacob Mull, Mark Adams, William Bartley, Michael Woolf.

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Benjamin B. Doughty 06
   bm 1806 Mar 12 to Daniel Doughty 05 et ux Hannah (nee Johnston 05) Doughty in
      US.  Maybe - RWC.  Son of Daniel & Liz?  Note: daughter-in-law & Southard.
   n. 1998 Oct 31 Lin Doughty contribution from  "Descendants of William
      Cranmer" of Elizabethtown, N. J. by Jean Shropshire Harris and Murray
      Thomas Harris. Page 65
   mf 1832 Jul 29 Elizabeth S. Cranmar 06. Crammar NJ_GCMR P75.
   bf 1812 Aug 03 to John Cramer 05 et ux Hannah (nee Johnson 05) Cramer in US
      (ref dau. Mary J.) in ENG (ref son Andrew)
   n. Twp. below in 1840 C from fbranin
   n. He was a blacksmith at Pleasant Mills.
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R___ P053A L5
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Mullica Twp.   ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Benjamin Doughty ________/1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/2 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Benjamin)______________ 30-39MW
 (Elizabeth)_____________ 20-29FW
 ________________________ 05-09MW
 (Hannah)________________ 05-09FW
 (Mary Jane)_____________ 00-04FW
 (Margaret A.)___________ 00-04FW
 (John E.)_______________ 00-04MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P88A L9 1279/1304
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Mullica Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 17, Peter Frambes, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remark
 Benjamin B. Doughty        46MWBlacksmith              600NJ
 Elisabeth                  36FW                           NJ
 Mary Jane                  14FW                           NJ       S
 Margaret A.                12FW                           NJ       S
 John E.                    10FW                           NJ       S
 Benjamin B.                 7FW                           NJ       S
 Daniel C.                   6FW                           NJ       S
 Andrew H.                   3FW                           NJ
 Anna May                    1FW                           NJ
   ld 1852 ___ __ Rec. ____ ___ __ B_F5 P389
      Grantor: Benjamin Doughty et ux Elizabeth, Isaiah Weeks of
      Mullica Twp., Atlantic Co., John Harl, Samuel Weeks et ux Mary, Com. H.
      Sooy et ux Rebecca all of Washington Twp & Margaretta Randolph of Medford
      Twp.
      Grantee: Jesse Richards of Washington Twp., Burlington Co., NJ
      daughter of Chas G. Hampton, ten dollars.
   n. According to United States Post Office Dept.  Title: List of post offices
      in the United States ... Publication Date: 1859 City: Washington
      Pages: 470 pages Benjamin B. Doughty was postmaster of Pleasant Mills,
      Atlantic County, NJ (1859) -  GJB
   c. 1860 get
   c. 1870 get
   c. 1880 get.  Pleasant Mills, Atlantic Co., NJ.  William is only child with.
      Benjamin is married, a blacksmith.
   dm 1886 Apr 07 at 80.1 white, blacksmith, bpNJ, lpor Mullica Twp., Atlantic
      Co., NJ father: Daniel Doughty bpUS mother Hannah bpUS Medical Attendant
      Chas. G. Nichols of Green Bank, Undertaker H. Faler of Elwood interred
      Pleasant Mills Cemetery NJDR-D28.  Same headstone as wife.
   df 1887 Oct 19 interred Pleasant Mills Cemetery. Same headstone as husband.
 with Elizabeth S. (nee Cramer 06) Doughty
   Hannah 07      Mary J 07      Margaret A 07  John E 07      Benjamin B 07
   b1834          b1837          b18380217      b18400113      b1843
   Daniel C 07    Anna Matilda 07Andrew K H 07  Sarah K 07     Clara E 07
   b1843          b18480812      b18491107      b18511226      b18540620
   Henry C 07     William M S 07
   b18560915      b18590314

Jane Doughty
   mm 1841 Jan 16 Patrick Lawless _ in the Pleasant Mills Church, Mullica Twp.,
      Atlantic Co., N. J.  NJ_ACMR P26.
   n. GF_Doughty908.  Daniel Lawless' line.
 with Patrick Lawless _
   Christopher _  William _      Mary _
   b              b              b

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Hannah Doughty 07
   bf 1834 ___ __ to Benjamin B. Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth (nee Crammar 06)
      Doughty
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686 P865 L25 1932/1988
      NJ, Camden Co., Newton Twsp. P265
      PO: Haddonfield, 1860 Jul 22 Jos. E. Sheppard Jr., Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemark
 Adrian C. Paul             35 Store Keeper      2500   400NJ
 Emma                       31F                            NJ
 Hannah Doughty             25F                            NJ

Mary Jane "Jennie" Doughty 07
   bf 1836 ___ __ to Benjamin B. Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth (nee Crammar 06)
      Doughty in US.
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686 P885 L39 2099/2156
      NJ, Camden Co., Newton Twsp. P285
      PO: Haddonfield, 1860 Jul 26 Jos. E. Sheppard Jr., Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemark
 Rebecca Bispham            30F Milliner                   NJ
 Hope Ann                   23F    "                       NJ
 Mary J. Doughty            23F Mantua maker               NJ
 William Cross              15M                            NJ
   df 1908 Mar 25 at 71Y CaCHS WPA #354-4(1937) 4445-4(1938) in Collingswood, NJ
      interred Harleigh Cemetery, Camden, NJ

Margaret A. Doughty 07
   bf 1838 Feb 17 to Benjamin B. Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth S. (nee Crammer 06)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ William McGarvey 07
   n. One child: William Augustus McGarvey dm 1875 Mar 03 Pleasant Mills.
 with William McGarvey 07
   William A 07
   b18750217

John E. Doughty 07
   bm 1840 Jan 13 to Benjamin B. Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth S. (nee Crammar 06)
      Doughty at Pleasant Mills
   mf 1865 May 31 Mary Jane Allen 07 of Lower Bank, NJ by C. Malsbury, Pstr,
      Bass River, NJ CD18650708
   bf 1845 Dec 14 to James L. Allen 06 et ux Mary (nee Cramer 06) Johnson 06
      Allen
   n. Captain of 4th Reg., NJ Volunteers, Civil War
   n. John was a Captain in Co. K, 4th NJ Infantry.  Severly wounded in the head
      1864 Jun 27 at Gaines Hill.  One child:  LILLIAN DOUGHTY.
   df 1878 Oct 25 at Bordentown. Interred Lower Bank.
   mf 1881 Aug 23 Sarah Virginia "Jennie" Shreeves 07 at Berlin, NJ.
   bf 1861 Sep 12 to Charles G. Shreeve 06 at Kirkwood, NJ.
   dm 1921 Jun 27 at West Chester, PA., bur. in Pleasant Mills.
   df died after her husband.
   n. They had a son: Charles E. Johnson, dm 1863 Jun 10, buried with his
      mother.
 with Mary Jane (nee Allen 07) Doughty
   no issue
 with Sara Virginia "Jennie" (nee Shreeves 07) Doughty
   Lillian 08
   b18830501

Benjamin B. Doughty 07
   bm 1843 ___ __ to Benjamin B. Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth S. (nee Crammar 06)
      Doughty
   n. Served in the Civil War in Co G, 4th Reg. NJ Volunteers
   dm 1862 Jun 07 in Mechanicsville, VA, bur. National Cemetery. Apparently a
      record or stone in Pleasant Mills Cemetery, N.J.

Daniel C. Doughty 07
   bm 1844 ___ __ to Benjamin B. Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth S. (nee Crammar 06)
      Doughty
   n. Was Pvt. in Co. E 10th Reg. NJ Volunteers and was wounded at Cold Harbor,
      VA.
   dm 1866 Mar 12 at home aged 22Y, bur. Pleasant Mills.

Anna Matilda Doughty 07
   bf 1848 Aug 12 to Benjamin B. Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth S. (nee Crammer 06)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Harry King 07
   bm 1844 Nov 17
   dm 1908 Oct 28 bur. Pleasant Mills.
   df 1921 Dec __ at Collingswood, NJ. bur. Pleasant Mills

Andrew K. H. Doughty 07
   bm 1849 Nov 07 to Benjamin B. Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth S. (nee Crammar 06)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Cecelia M. Phillips 07
   bf 1853 Nov 21 to Norman Phillips 06 et ux Margaret (nee Carr 06) Phillips in
      NY.
   c. 1880 in Elwood, Atlantic Co., N.J.
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R686  SD11  ED94 S14 L46 / (recheck).
      NJ, Camden Co., Collingswood,
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Andrew Doughty                Oct1848           NJ
 Cecelia                       Nov1854           NY
 Lena                          Jul1881           NJ
 Raymond                       Jan1884           NJ
 Frank W.                      Jun1888           NJ

   n. Gladys Doughty m. _ Terro
   n. Raymond Charles Doughty
   df 1934 Feb 25 at 80Y 210 Lakeview Dr., Collingswood, NJ. Occupation:
      Housewife. Interred Harleigh Cem., Camden, NJ
      CaCHS WPA #354-4 1937 4445-4 1938 B_56
   n. 1935 April 12 letter Andrew K. H. Doughty, 210 Lakeview Drive,
      Collingswood, N. J. to Mr. George W. Doughty, 50 Simpson Avenue, Pitman,
      N. J. 2005 July 10 in possession of Susan and on list ourdoughtyfamily
      at yahoogroups.com .
   dm 1936 Jan 12 at 86Y 210 Lakeview Dr., Collingswood, NJ.
      NJ_CaCHS WPA #354-4 1937 4445-4 1938 B_56 lists father as Daniel Doughty,
      mother Elizabeth Crammer, born in England.  Interred NJ, Camden, Harleigh
      Cem.
 with Cecelia M. (nee Phillips 07) Doughty
   Lena 08        Raymond J 08   Frank W 08
   b188107        b188401        b188806

Sarah K. Doughty 07
   bf 1851 Dec 26 to Benjamin B. Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth S. (nee Crammer 06)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Franck 07
   n. One child: Joseph B. Franck, bm 1877, dm 1924, bur.  Pleasant Mills.
      Sarah K. 1887 in Baltimore.
   df 1911 Apr 09 or Aug buried at Pleasant Mills,
 with _ Franck 07
   Joseph B 08    Minnie L 08
   b1877          b

Clara Elizabeth Doughty 07
   bf 1854 Jun 20 to Benjamin B. Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth S. (nee Crammer 06)
      Doughty
   df 1885 Apr 17 bur. at Pleasant Mills, birth year transcribed as 1851.

Henry "Harry" Clay Doughty 07
   bm 1856 Sep 15 to Benjamin B. Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth S. (nee Crammer 06)
      Doughty at Pleasant Mills. Went by name Harry.
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret Lavinia Peterson 07
   bf 1859 Oct 14 to Isaac Peterson et ux Elizabeth Jane (nee Southard 07)
      Peterson at Batsto.
   df 1919 Sep 17 at Atlantic City.
      Interred Pleasant Mills - "Maggie L. Doughty".
   dm 1933 Mar 17 in Cambridge, OH at home of son Harold. Interred Pleasant
      Mills with stone "Harry C. Doughty"
 with Margaret Lavinia (nee Peterson 07) Doughty
   Frank A 08     Augustus M 08  Herbert C 08   Harold 08      Louis H 08
   b              b18810430      b18830205      b18880125      b18851205

William M. S. Doughty 07
   bf 1859 Mar 14 to Benjamin B. Doughty 06 et ux Elizabeth S. (nee Crammer 06)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Josephine _ 07
   df 1882 May 04 and interred Pleasant Mills
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary A. _ 07
   bf 1862 Jan 31
   dm 1906 Jun 27 in Philadelphia. Interred Pleasant Mills
   df 1939 May 12 and interred Pleasant Mills.
   n. Also in plot in Pleasant Mills is - baby Doughty 1882 Apr 21 - 1882 Sep 19
      infant dau of WMS and Josephine Doughty
 with Josephine
   _ 08
   b18820421

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Lillian Doughty 08
   bf 1863 May 01 to John E. Doughty 07 et ux Sara Virginia "Jennie" (nee
      Shreeves 07) Doughty
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Lena Doughty 08
   bf 1881 Jul __ to Andrew K. H. Doughty 07 et ux Cecelia M. (nee Phillips 07)
      Doughty. Seen as Leah.

Raymond Joseph Doughty 08
   bm 1884 Jan __ to Andrew K. H. Doughty 07 et ux Cecelia M. (nee Phillips 07)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Betty Cliver 08
   dm 1963 ___ __ and interred at Pleasant Mills.
      Stone says F. Raymond Doughty?

Frank W. Doughty 08
   bm 1888 Jun __ to Andrew K. H. Doughty 07 et ux Cecelia M. (nee Phillips 07)
      Doughty
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Frank A. Doughty 08
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Katherine _
   dm 1962 Feb __ in NY.
 with  2 children.

Augustus M. Doughty 08
   bm 1881 Apr 30 to Henry Clay Doughty 07 et ux Margaret Lavinia (nee
      Peterson 07) Doughty
   dm 1882 Nov 20 interred Pleasant Mills. Augustus W. Doughty, son of Harry
      and Maggie.

Herbert C. Doughty 08
   bm 1883 Feb 05 to Henry Clay Doughty 07 et ux Margaret Lavinia (nee
      Peterson 07) Doughty
   mf 1905 Jul 30 Alice Boice 08 in Atlantic City, Atlantic County, NJ.
   bf 1885 Dec 29 to Lemuel Boice 07 et ux Almeda (nee Blackman 07) Boice.
   df 1982 Mar __ in Melbourne, FL.
   dm 1965 Mar 26 and interred North Canton, OH.
 with Alice (nee Boice 08) Doughty
   Marguerite 09  Herbert C 09   Dorothy R 09   Carlton B 09
   b19100529      b              b19071020      b19120827

Harold Doughty 08
   bm 1888 Jan 25 to Henry Clay Doughty 07 et ux Margaret Lavinia (nee
      Peterson 07) Doughty
   dm 1901 Jan 31 interred Pleasant Mills.

Louis H. Doughty 08
   bm 1885 Dec 05 to Henry Clay Doughty 07 et ux Margaret Lavinia (nee
      Peterson 07) Doughty
   dm 1920 Jul 25 interred Pleasant Mills.



_ Doughty 08
   bf 1882 Apr 21 to William M. S. Doughty 07 et ux Josephine (nee _ 07)
      Doughty
   df 1882 Sep 19 Interred Pleasant Mills

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Marguerite Doughty 09
   bf 1910 May 29 to Herbert C. Doughty 08 et ux Alice (nee Boice 08) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Walter Conrath 09
   df 1972 Jul __

Herbert C. Doughty 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to Herbert C. Doughty 08 et ux Alice (nee Boice 08) Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Lois L. Newell 09
 with Lois L. (nee Newell 09) Doughty
   Herbert C 10   Joyce Elaine 10
   b              b

Dorothy Ruth Doughty 09
   bf 1907 Oct 20 to Herbert C. Doughty 08 et ux Alice (nee Boice 08) Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __  Merton Greer Boyd 09 in Zanesville, OH.
   bm 1911 Aug 06
   dm 1964 Oct 20
   df 1993 May 01 in Mansfield, OH.
 with Merton Greer Boyd 09
   Alys Janice 10 Merilyn J 10   Merton G 10    Mildred K 10   James H 10
   b              b              b              b              b

Carlton B. Doughty 09
   bm 1912 Aug 27 to Herbert C. Doughty 08 et ux Alice (nee Boice 08) Doughty
      in Hammonton, Atlantic Co., NJ.
   mf 1948 Apr 03 Mary Louise Shelton 09
   bf 1922 Jun 14
   dm 1972 Jul __ in OH.
   df 1991 Nov 22
 with Mary Louise (nee Shelton 09) Doughty
   Shirley E 10   Rhonda L 10
   b              b              b              b              b

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Herbert Clair Doughty 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to Herbert C. Doughty 09 et ux Lois L. (nee Newell 09) Doughty

Joyce Elaine Doughty 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Herbert C. Doughty 09 et ux Lois L. (nee Newell 09) Doughty


Shirley Elizabeth Doughty 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Carlton B. Doughty 09 et ux Mary Louise (nee Shelton 09) Doughty

Rhonda Louise Doughty 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to Carlton B. Doughty 09 et ux Mary Louise (nee Shelton 09) Doughty

LINKAGE END 08  Benjamin B. Doughty/Elizabeth Crammer  Line

Bertha Doughty 07
   bf 1898 ___ __ at Newport, RI
   n.  Page 325.  DELLA MABEL FORD, dau. of CLARENCE and BERTHA (DOUGHTY) FORD,
   df 1920 Sep 05 at Jacobstown, bur, in Manahawkin
   mm ____ ___ __ Elton Hillman Cranmer _


L. Rose Doughty _
   bf 1885
   df 1971
      Interred at Pleasant Mills Cemetery.

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LINKAGE BEGIN 09  Benjamin Doughty/Catherine Lutz Line   Glassboro, NJ
                   seems a likely grandson of Daniel & Hannah Johnson

David Doughty 04
   bm 1808
   mf ____ ___ __ Catharine Davis 04
   bf 1807
   c. 1840 U. S. Census M704 R___ P31A L27
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.  ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 David Doughty ___________/2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (David Doughty) _________ 20-29MW
 (Catherine Doughty) _____ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 (Charles Doughty) _______ 00-04MW
 (Benjamin Doughty) ______ 00-04MW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R442 P_ L18 460/469
      NJ, Atlantic Co., Galloway Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 David Doughty              42MWOysterman                  NJ        X
 Catharine Doughty          43FW                           NJ        X
 Charles Doughty            13MW                           NJ       S
 Benjamin Doughty           11MW                           NJ       S
 Hannah Doughty              9FW                           NJ       S
 Mary A. D. Doughty          6FW                           NJ       S
   df 1898 May 11 at 96Y in Bridgeton, a widow.
      From Frank A. - Catherine's death certificate states that she is buried in
      the "M. P. Burying Ground" in Glassboro.  This cemetery is also known as
      the Trinity Protestant Cemetery and is now called the Trinity Bible Church
      Cemetery.
      The database of burials for this cemetery through GCHS has an inscription
      for Catherine which calls her "wife of David." So it appears her husband's
      name was David Doughty.  There is no inscription for him in the database,
      so he is presumably not buried there or no stone marks his grave.
      I was told by another researcher that Catherine was a sister of my
      ancestor, William Daniels (b. ca. 1797), but I have never been able to
      find anything further on her.  I found her death certificate which, of
      course, does not list her parents' names.
 with Catharine (nee Davis 04) Doughty
   Girl 05        Girl 05        Charles 05     Benjamin 05    Hannah 05
   b              b              b1837          b1839          b1841
   Mary A. D. 05
   b1844


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Benjamin F. Doughty 05
   bm 1840 May __ to David Doughty 04 et ux Catherine (nee Daniels 04) Doughty.
   mf 1863 Oct 16 Catharine Lutz 05 by Elias D. Stults at the home of Frederick
      Lutz (p405). NJ_GCMR P75.
   bf 1847
   c. 1900 U. S. Census V27 ED156 S10 L68
      NJ, Gloucester Co., Glassboro
      Enumerated: 1900

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Benjamin Doughty              May1840           NJ
 Kate                          May1847           NJ
 Christfor F                   Nov1877           NJ
 Frederick L                   Apr1880           NJ
 Hannah B                      Dec1882           NJ
 Charles                       Jun1888           NJ

   n. South Jersey Church Records: Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths, 1750-1900, Vol.
      2 of 2. Comp by Jeanne Hamell, GCHSoc, 1992: Trinity Bible, Glassboro:
   df 1910 Apr 14 at 63 arb GCD 1910 Apr 14 husb. Benj., child: Christopher,
      Joseph, Fred, Charles, Mrs. Thomas Fair of Glassboro, Frank Doughty of
      Alton, IL.
   dm 1914 Jan 14 at Main St., Glassboro Twp., Gloucester Co. male, white,
      widowedi, DOB 1839 Apr, AOD 74.09, Occ. Farmer, BP NJ, Father: David
      Doughty, BP: USA, Mother: Catharine Davis, BP: USA, Informant: Mr. Charles
      Doughty, Glassboro.  DOBurial 1914 Jan 17, Cause: chronic Interstitial
      Nephritis.      From: Frank R.  20070122 1618.  Frank further says
      Catherine may be a Daniels as he was told his William Daniels had a sister
      named Catherine Doughty.
 with Catherine (nee Lutz 05) Doughty
   Henrietta 06   Joel 06        Christopher 06 Frederick 06   Hannah B 06
   b18660905      b1871          b187711        b188004        b188212
   b188806
   Charles 06
   b188806

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Henrietta Doughty 06
   bf 1866 Sep 05 to Benjamin F. Doughty 05 et ux Catherine (nee Lutz 05)
      Doughty
   zf 1866 Dec 09 By Jos: P. Wilson (p391).
   n. South Jersey Church Records: Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths, 1750-1900, Vol.
      2 of 2. Comp by Jeanne Hamell, GCHSoc, 1992: Trinity Bible, Glassboro:

Joel Doughty 06
   bm 1871 ___ __ to Benjamin F. Doughty 05 et ux Catherine (nee Lutz 05)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Mick 06
   bf 1876
   dm 1926
   df 1939
 with Mary (nee Mick 06) Doughty
   Ethel 07       Earl 07        Norman 07      Raymond 07
   b              b              b18980607      b

Christopher Westcoat Doughty 06
   bm 1877 Nov __ to Benjamin F. Doughty 05 et ux Catherine (nee Lutz 05)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret W. Kaufhold 06
   n. 18780808 Theo B. Castle baptised (p403). South Jersey Church Records:
      Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths, 1750-1900, Vol. 2 of 2. Comp by Jeanne
      Hamell, GCHSoc, 1992: Trinity Bible, Glassboro:
   dm
   df 1960 Jan 12 at 73y, interred Manahath Cem., Glassboro, NJ wife of late
      Christopher W. Doughty, sister Mrs. Mary Palmer of Akmonesson, four grand-
      children,  1 great-grandchild.
 with Margaret W. (nee Kaufhold 06) Doughty
   Albert L 07
   b

Frederick L. Doughty 06
   bm 1880 Apr __ to Benjamin F. Doughty 05 et ux Catherine (nee Lutz 05)
      Doughty
   n. Moved to Alton, Illinois.

Hannah B. Doughty 06
   bf 1882 Dec __ to Benjamin F. Doughty 05 et ux Catherine (nee Lutz 05)
      Doughty
   mm ____ ___ __ Thomas Fair 06

Charles Doughty 06
   bm 1888 Jun __ to Benjamin F. Doughty 05 et ux Catherine (nee Lutz 05)
      Doughty
   mf ____ ___ __ Nina Kulp 06
   df 1948 Aug 09 interred Methodist Protestant Cem., Glassboro; of Clayton, NJ,
      wife of Charles.
   dm 1954 May 20 at 65 interred Methodist Protestant Cem., Glassboro; husband
      of late Nina (nee Kulp) of Clay