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1  Source (S452071490)
 
2 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P59950)
 
3 "Alan" spend 3 years in the army, and 2 of those years in Germany. He studied animal production at Colorado State College, and attained a Master's Degree. He was a student in 1966. (Nelson) DURAND, Joan Arlene (P40097)
 
4 "Among the curiosities which he has in his possession is a mirror which came over on the Mayflower". b. Illinois - (Dunn) BANNING, Nancy Jane (P28809)
 
5 "Aunt Loie" was the person who first started looking for Comstocks, Chases, and Vandenbergs. VANDENBERGH, Eloise Margaret (P4653)
 
6 "Bill" works, 1992, at Gulfstream Aerospace, Savannah, GA. He had two sons from a prev. marriage: William Vincent Miller, born 25 April, 1980 in Macon, GA, and John Patrick Miller, born 28 Sept., 1982 in Portsmouth, VA. Bill and Terry live in Rincon, GA, in 1992. MILLER, William Vincent (P44728)
 
7 "Bob" attended school at Savannah, GA, and served in the US Navy from 1950-54. He worked for Savannah Elec. & Power Co., and moved to th Plant Controller of the power plant, which position he holds in 1992. b. Savannah, GA - (Doty) SIMERLY, Mary Anne (P26574)
 
8 "Burk" lives in Charleston, SC, in 1992. WYNDHAM, Cathy Lee (P45483)
 
9 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P8972)
 
10 "Chet", a bright lad, graduated from Lockport Union HS (1902) at only 16 years of age. He farmed with his father a couple of years, then went to Cincinnati, OH, where he worked and supervised 12 people. He also attended evening classes and studied drafting and mechanical engineering (1905-07).
In 1908, Chet was back on the farm with his father. Then for two years (1909-10), he was attending Michigan Agricultural College; but was called home by his father to help run the farm. In 1924, his father retired, moved into the city, and sold the farm to Chet. He worked the farm until 1942, when he retired from farming. He had been on the farm for 50 of his 56 years, and owned the farm for 18 years.
They moved into town, and he was employed as a lathe operator at Harrison Radiator Co., from 19423 to 1952, when he retired at age 66. They moved to California in 1958. b. Lockport, NY - (Doty) 
SOUTHARD, Ruth Cecelia (P36512)
 
11 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (P8973)
 
12 "David" was manager of a Western Auto Parts store in Greenville, SC, and then removed to Jacksonville, FL, where he worked for Gulf Life Insurance Co. as computer programmer and conducted their Computer Audits Program. He owns and operates his own business in computer sales and software as "Prysock and Assoc.", in Jacksonville, FL. His wife goes by "Gail". They live in Jacksonville, FL, in 1992. (Prysock) LAMB, Virginia Gail (P43286)
 
13 "Dede" was graduated from the Detroit, Michigan high school, and taught school in East Tawas, Michigan. She was a member of the DAR. William was educated in Toronto, Canada, and by age 24, he was Asst. Superintendent of the Frederick Stearns Drug Co. in Detroit, Michigan. He was also a professor of Pharmacognosy at the Detroit College of Medicine for four years. He became superintendent of the Drug company, and after he retired, they moved to Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, wintering in Wilbur-by-the-Sea, Florida. They travelled extensively. (Rankin) RANKIN, William Gavin (P45555)
 
14 "Gene" was a Chief Petty Officer, US Navy, and then in civil service at Charleston Navy Yard. (Sikes) SIKES, Howard Eugene Jr. (P40738)
 
15 "Jackie" graduated from HS in Detroit, Michigan, and moved to New Smyrna Beach, FL in 1973. She moved to Daytona Beach, and then to Miami, FL, where she worked in pari-mutual operations at various race tracks. She moved to Wingate, NC and operated a children's daycare center, and then moved to Dunnedin, FL, where she lives in 1992. (Kiester) KIESTER, Timothy Michael (P43495)
 
16 "Jan Skllman married Anne Hull, a cousin of John Doty, but it is not certain that Anne Hull is the mother of Ocy.

"Since John Doty named his second son Cornelius and his first daughter Sarah, a daughter of Sarah Skillman and Cornelius Breese seemed a good possibility for a first wife for John Doty. However, the family of Sarah and cornelius Breese was difficult to track down because an error on the part of the early Skillman genealogist caused him to leave the family of Sarah Skillman and Cornelius Breese out of his Skillman genealogy. This error was caused by Dutch nomenclature which was in a state of transition at the time that early colonial records were kept. ("The Doughty Tree," March, 1987, Vol. 11, No. 1, pg. 15) 
SKILLMAN, Ocy Agatha (P69650)
 
17 "Jean" assisted her mother in the opeartion of the Margaret Doty Infant Nursery. "Walton" was employed as a baler at Union Bag & Paper Corp., and then as a welder in the Savannah Shipyard in WW2. He worked many years as a welder and pipe-fitter on construction projects. After he retired, they removed to Brevard, NC, where they lived in 1992. (Strickland) STRICKLAND, Charles Walton (P38985)
 
18 "Jeremiah has passed his whole life in Franklin county, engaged in agricultural pursuits, having inherited his father's farm, which he still owns and occupies. He has always been a stanch Democrat, but has never aspired to official honors, preferring to give his time and attention to his farm. He married Miss Eliza Foster, a native of Virginia, who went west with her parents at an early day and settled in Dearborn county, Indiana. The Fosters subsequently moved still further west. Their family comprised three children,--George, Eliza and Lewis,--Eliza being the only one of the number fo remain in Indiana. The children born to Jeremiah and Eliza Doty were Anna, wife of J. Story; John A., whose name heads this sketch; George, of Rockdale, this county; Silas, a resident of Missouri; and Francis, of Highland township, Franklin county. The mother of these children died and the father was subsequently married again, his second wife dying in 1883. By the second marriage there was one son, William Doty, a resident of this county. Mr. Doty is a member of the Methodist church, as also were his wives." ["Biographical and Genealogical History of Wayne, Fayette, Union and Franklin Counties, Indiana. Chicago: The Lewis Publishing company, 1899. Vol. II, p. 1032.]

At one time Jeremiah also owned a general store near Bath, Indiana.

Found in the 1850 census in Franklin County, Indiana: Jeremiah, Elizabeth, Anne (age 2) and John (age 4/12). 
DOTY, Jeremiah (P46367)
 
19 "John A. Doty...remained a member of his father's household until the time of his marriage, when he settled on a rented farm. About 1884 he engaged in the sawmill business in Brookville township, remaining there until 1887, when he came to Rockdale. Here he purchased his present mill site and erected a large sawmill, which he has since operated, doing a large and prosperous business. In addition to running his mill he is engaged in contracting, building both houses and barns, taking the contract complete for building and material. Mr. Doty was rocked in a Democratic cradle and has affiliated with this party all his life. He was at one time elected justice of the peace, but did not qualify, and has never accepted any office." (Biographical and Genealogical History of Wayne, Feyette, Union and Franklin Counties, Indiana. Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1899. Vol. II, pg. 1032) DOTY, John A. (P54252)
 
20 "Lou" moved to Minneapolis after graduation from Grundy Center High School, and held several jobs as a store clerk there. He worked in Des Moines and Waterloo also. He returned to Grundy Center in 1948 and sold auto parts and insurance. He was active in civic affairs, serving on the Grundy Center City Council as well as with the Boy Scouts and was a member of the Masonic Lodge.
After serving as Director of Public Relations and Adv. for a Moorhead, MN boat manufacturer, he moved to Florida in 1972 and married Luella there. (Clark) 
GOLUSKY, Ann (P33289)
 
21 "Ned" had four marriages in all. MONTELL, Edwin Edgar "Ned", Jr. (P4291)
 
22 "On Lake George, moving to Ticonderoga, 26 Jun-7Jul 1758, 3rd Dividion [included] Doty, Ruggles, etc." DOTY, John (P71723)
 
23 "Pete" was disabled in 1971 in an automobile accident. Alyce quit her job and moved to CA to take care of him until he died. He knew her only as "the nice lady that takes care of me." MCCARTNEY, Willis Emerson "Pete" (P60065)
 
24 "Silas Doty...a New Yorker by birth. When a young, unmarried man [about 1845 according to one descendant, but this is long after his marriage] Silas Doty came west with a small colony, makng the trip down the Ohio river on a flatboat and landing at Cincinnati. From Cincinnati he came to Franklin county, Indiana, at an early day and settled in Highland township. The lady whom he afterward married came down the river in the same boat with him. It was soon after their marriage that he located in Highland township, entering a large tract of land and devoting his energies during the following years to its improvement and cultivation. Here he died at the ripe age of eighty-eight years. He was a consistent and active member of the Primitive Baptist church, as also was his wife, she, too, being a native of the Empire state. Politically he was a Jackson Democrat, and while he took a commendable interest in public affairs he never aspired to office. He was in the war of 1812. His only child was Jeremiah, the father of [John A. Doty]." ["Biographical and Genealogical History of Wayne, Fayette, Union and Franklin Counties, Indiana. Chicago: The Lewis Publishing company, 1899. Vol. II, pp. 1031-1032.]

The 1830 Franklin County, Indiana, census lists Silas Fran Doty as head of house (male 30-40), 1 male 5-10, 1 male under 5, 1 female 30-40, 2 female 5-10, 1 female under 5.

They are still in Franklin County in 1840, but the family makeup is different: 1 male 40-50, 1 male 10-15, 1 male 5-10, 1 female 20-30. This suggests the death of his wife and two daughters.

Next door to his son Jeremiah, Silas appears on the 1850 census, Franklin County, Indiana: Silas, Phebe, Judith Heiler (age 20), Abrame Heiler (11) and Cornelius Blackhorn (age 11). It appears that he had married Phebe after Judith's death, and that Phebe was a widow with, perhaps, an eleven year old son, Cornelius, and a 20 year old daughter, Judith, who had a son Abrame. These are only conjectures from the information on the census.

The 1860 census for Franklin County lists Silas Franklin Dote. 
DOTY, Silas (P48423)
 
25 "Ted" attended school at Savannah, GA, and West Palm Beach, FL, where he graduated. He graduated from Chiropractic School in Iowa, and worked in that capacity in Port Huron, MI. He removed to Athens, GA, in 1989, and to Phoenix, AZ, in 1991, where he continues his practice (1992). (Rowell) KUHN, Julie Anne (P26458)
 
26 "There may have been a child - Harry Murray". MURRAY, Harry (P43540)
 
27 "William was a farmer. He was the youngest of the five sons of James and Anna Doty Parker. He grew p on the family farm near old Boston in Nelson Co., Kentucky. At age about 12, this farm was sold nd the family moved to Ohio. He went off to fight in the War of 1812.
"Pvt. william parker served with Capt. Nathaniel Massie's Co. of Ohio Mounted Volunteer Militia May 13-19, 1813.
"From Ross Co., Ohio we find William Parker served in Capt. Luther Shepard's co. of Ohio Militia. He served from Apr. 16 to Jun 16, 1814.
"Another record from the archives says Pvt. William Parker, as a member of Capt. John Campbell's Co. of Ohio mounted militia, Gen. McArthur;s mounted expidition to Upper Canada, this William served from Sept 20 to Nov. 19, 1814. All three of these are probably the same William Parker.
"William and Rachel were received by letter into the Good Hope Baptist Church, 5 Apr 1862. On 2 Jan 1836, William was named with William Lee and Joel Connelly as trustees of the church.
"William went to California, but returned to Coles co., Illinois. No dates are known.
"William served in the Black Hawk War of 1932, and was honorably discharged at Dixon's Ferry 2 Aug 1832. The discharge papers describe him as being "5' 5" tall, black eyes, dark hair and dark complexion." He was paid as a private in Capt. William Highsmith's Co., Ill. Vols. from 19 Jun 1832 to 15 Aug 1832. On the payroll it is remarked, "Add 7 days pay in travelling column for service from 12 June, the day the Company arrived at Ft. Wilburn, the place of general rendezvous on the 19th when mustered into service, allowed by instructions of Paymaster General appd. by the Secy. of War 19 Mar 1833. Distance from Palestine, Crawford Co., Illinois, to Ft. Wilburn where mustered is 229 miles, from Dixon to Palestine, 269 miles, making a total of 493 miles. For officers travel 25 days additional service, 7 days for rank and file travel, 33 additional service days.
"He was paid for 1 month and 27 days pay proper @ $6.66 = $12.46. Use and risk of one horse $23.20. For rations and forage $14.50. Clothing $8.59. Subsistence $26.00, Amt. $84.75. Stoppage $9.63. Balance paid $75.12.
"The roll shows 1 man wounded and left at the hsopital at Dixon 2 Aug 1832."
from "Parker Pathways, the Parker Family" at the Robinson, IL, library 
PARKER, William (P56910)
 
28 "Wirt" was on the high school football team, and graduated about 1900. At Michigan Ag. College (now Michigan State), he was on the football team and graduated with a degree. He returned to Lockport and farmed with his father until about 1912. They had no children, and lived many years at Chicago, IL, where he was a distributor of GE appliances. He retired about 1950, and removed to Clearwater, FL. BRIGHAM, Beulah (P31029)
 
29 "Wyn" graduated from high school about 1935, and after nurses training, became a registered nurse. She worked at a hospital in Buffalo, NY, and later in Lockport. She and Earl had no children. They were divorced. COULTER, Earl S. (P34123)
 
30 & 3 others - (Scheffey) SCHEFFEY, Frank L. (P24889)
 
31 & 3 others - (Scheffey) SCHEFFEY, Catherine Eaton (P24891)
 
32 & others-? (Putnam) PUTNAM, Henry B. (P23473)
 
33 & others-? (Putnam) PUTNAM, Henry Roy (P23474)
 
34 (-----) (-----), (-----) (P9047)
 
35 (-----) (-----), (-----) (P9121)
 
36 (-----) (-----), Jeffrey (P9158)
 
37 (-----) (-----), (-----) (P17615)
 
38 (-----) (-----), (-----) (P26218)
 
39 (1907 ltr. Mrs. W.H. Ross, Seattle) b. to 2nd wife - (Doty) (-----), (-----) (P26121)
 
40 (2nd Hist. of Augusta p. 288; VR Anson p. 19; Somerset Ct Deeds v. 173-231; Concord, ME Census 1869) b. Concord, ME - (Savage) GRETCHELL, Mary (P92342)
 
41 (2nd marriage). They lived in Lunenburg, MA, in 1992. (Doty) MARIANI, Victoria Jane (P12841)
 
42 (A descendant of Pilgrim George Soule). (Soule)
References for this family: Woolwich ME Vital Records 5:63, 77, 147 Vol 1756-1801, p. 41; Duxbury Vital Records, p. 206, 311, 340; Georgetown ME Vital Records 2:13, 156; Soule Genealoty pp 331-7; Revolutionary War Pension BLWT-52781-160-55. 
SOULE, John (P161)
 
43 (A Simeon P. Doty married 21 Jan. 1815 Susan Palmatier.) DOTY, Simon Potter (P10853)
 
44 (A2C US AIR FORCE: U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006: Service Info.: A2C US AIR FORCE) KING, Richard H. (P84804)
 
45 (Aadlund) AADLUND, Marlow (P2155)
 
46 (Abbot) ABBOTT, Robert III (P27035)
 
47 (Abbott) ABBOTT, Frank Chandler (P2161)
 
48 (Abbott) PATTANGALL, Grace (P2163)
 
49 (Abeel) OAKES, Minnie Mae (P9468)
 
50 (Abeel) ANGUS, Bridget (P9488)
 

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