The Doig Family Society

 

Official Doig Crest, Tartan and Motto

 

Yield Not to Adversity

Gaelic: Na gèill do chruaidh-chas

 

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Descendants of

The Doigs of London, England and America

 

Linked family file GEOX1753 with spouse ancestry HERE.

 

 

 

Descendants of

Henry Doig

 

1. Henry1 Doig, born abt 1657 Of London, England. He married unknown.

Notes for Henry Doig

Name uncertain and based on John naming eldest son Henry. He had four probable children.

Children of Henry Doig were as follows:

+ 2 i Andrew2 Doig, born abt 1687 Of London, England. He married Mary Garnham.

3 ii Mary2 Doig, born abt 1688 Of London, England. She married on 17 Oct 1708 in Stepney, Middlesex, England Robert Streighton, born abt 1684 Of London, England. Notes: Link uncertain. Mary was from Limehouse, London, a spinster at the time of her marriage.

+ 4 iii John2 Doig, born abt 1690 Of Westminster, London, England; died Jun 1766 in St. George, Hanover Square in the County of Middlesex, England; buried 5 Jun 1766 in Church Yard. St. James, Westminster, Middlesex, England. He married Susan (Susanna) (---).

+ 5 iv Margaret2 Doig, born abt 1698 Of London, England. She married Alexander Bruce.

 

Generation 2

 

2. Andrew2 Doig (Henry1), born abt 1687 Of London, England. He married on 11 May 1708 in Saint Botolph Bishopsgate, London, London, England Mary Garnham, born abt 1687 Of London, England.

Notes for Andrew Doig

MARRIAGE:

They were married by license.

Children of Andrew Doig and Mary Garnham were as follows:

+ 6 i Elizabeth3 Doig, born abt 1709 Of London, England. She married John Fluck.

 

4. John2 Doig (Henry1), born abt 1690 Of Westminster, London, England; died Jun 1766 in St. George, Hanover Square in the County of Middlesex, England; buried 5 Jun 1766 in Church Yard. St. James, Westminster, Middlesex, England. He married Susan (Susanna) (---), born abt 1694 Of Westminster, London, England; buried 12 Aug 1756 in Westminister, Middlesex, England.

Notes for John Doig

On 25 Nov 1749 John resided at Shugg Lane, St. James, Westminster, London.

      Last will and testament of John Doig, written 5 Apr 1766, proved 5 Jun 1766, with marginal note 10 Jan 1826: 

      In the Name of God Amen. I John Doig, late of the parish of Saint James, Westminster but now of Paullius Street in the parish of Saint George, Hanover Square in the County of Middlesex, Gentleman - being at present in good health and of sound mind in memory and understanding do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner following, in the first place I commend my soul to almighty God in firm hope of a joyful resurrection and my body I commit to the earth to be directly interred in the same grave with my dear wife in the church yard of the parish of Saint James at the direction of my executors hereinafter named and as to the worldly estate wherewith God has been pleased to .... .... Thereof as follows viz I do .... Give devise and bequest two thousand pounds capital stock now standing in my name in the books of the company of the Bank of England and also four hundred pounds .... Annuities now standing in my name together with all such interest money or dividends and profit which at the time of my decease shall be respectively dye thereon unto my daughter Maria the wife of John Macfarquhar of the said parish of Saint James printed mater for her own separate use. I also give devise and bequeath unto my daughter Maria all my right title and interest whatsoever of in and to my house in Paullis Street she paying the rent and keeping the same in repair attending to the covenants in my lease thereof - and I will and devise that no part of the said sum of two thousand four hundred pounds or the interest and dividends thereof or the said house hereby given and bequeathed to my said daughter Maria shall be subject or liable to the debts or engagements of her present or any future husband that she may happen hereafter to infermarry with but that the same and body part thereof shall be absolutely at her or on disposal whether she be married or sole and notwithstanding her coroditure? And for which or any part thereof her own pleceifot? Or order only will be a sufficient discharge to my executors hereinafter mentioned. I give devise and bequeath four hundred pounds of bank worth to Mary Doig my late son John's daughter to be paid to her at her age of twenty years or day of marriage which shall first happen - provided such Marriage if she shall be under age, be by the consent and good liking of my said daughter Maria Macfarquhar and in case of her death before she attains the age of twenty one years or day of marriage with such consent as for said I give and devise the said four hundred pounds bank stock to my said daughter her spier? Executors and administrators for her I also give devise and bequeath to the said Mary Doig the interest or dividends of one hundred pounds stock for the term of her natural life to be paid by my executors hereinafter mentioned I give devise and bequeath unto Thomas and Alexander the two sons of my sister Margaret Bruce the sum of five hundred pounds each. I give to Barbara Bruce fifteen pounds and to my brother Andrew's daughter five pounds. I give my late wife's wedding ring to my said daughter Maria Macfarquhar and my wallet? to John Macfarquhar my grandson and I also give to my said grandson John Macfarquhar all my wearing apparel of whatsoever nature kind or denomination '. And all the rest and residue of my estate both real and personal not herein before otherwise disposed of I give devise and bequeath the same to my said daughter Maria Macfarquhar for her and it is my will that my said daughter my sell and dispose of the same or any part of my estate which she is entitled to by this my will from time to time as she shall think proper not withstanding her covastune? either in her life time or by her last will and testament and do hereby nominate constitute and appoint my son in law John Macfarquhar and my said daughter Maria Macfarquhar and Mr. William Scarborough of Pall Mall perform or executors of this my will and I give the said John Macfarquhar and William Scarborough five guineas each for their trouble in the execution hereof and breacke and make void all former will or wills by me made and declare this to be my last will and testament in Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the fifth day of April one thousand seven hundred and sixty six. John Doig. Signed sealed published and declared by the above named testator as and for his last will and testament in the presence of us who in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our promise as witnesses. Barbara Raitt. William Barkley.     

      This Will was proved at London on the fifth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred sixty six before the worshipful Ffrancis Simpson doctor of laws Surrogate of the Right Worshipful George Hay doctor of laws Master Keeper or Commissary of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury carefully constituted by the oaths of John Macfarquhar Maria Macfarquhar wife of the said John Macfarquhar and William Scarborough the executors named in the said will to solemn administration was granted to all and singular the goods chattels and credits of the said deceased having first sworn duly to administer.     

      Marginal Note: [light and difficult to read]

On the 10th day of January 1826 admin. (with the MA amuzed?) of the goods chattels and credits of John Doig formerly of the parish of Saint James Westminster in the county of Midsx but later of the parish of Saint George Hanover Square in the same county, document before administered by John Macfarquhar one of the executors and by Maria Macfarquhar (wife of John Macfarquhar) the daughter one other of the executors and the '. '. and by William Scarborough the other executor named in this and '. '. since deceased was granted to Gilbert Scott Esquire administration of the goods of the said Maria Macfarquhar now deceased for the sole and use of Macfarquhar widow the admin of the goods of son James Macfarquhar otherwise McFarquhar of John Farquhar .. who was while living the sole executor and universal agent named in the will of the said John Macfarquhar the lawful husband of the said Maria Macfarquhar now residing at '. Near Montrose in North Britain having been his sworn '.. the said John Macfarquhar husband of the said Maria Macfarquhar and William Scarborough and made his will and appointed his son the said John James Macfarquhar sole executor who proved the same and died intestate.

Children of John Doig and Susan (Susanna) (---) were as follows:

7 i Henry3 Doig, born 10 Sep 1716 in Westminster, London, England; christened 11 Sep 1716 in Westminster, London, England; died Infant in Westminster, London, England.

+ 8 ii John3 Doig, born 3 Dec 1717 in Westminster, London, England; christened 3 Dec 1717 in Westminster, London, England; buried 29 Apr 1763 in Westminister, Middlesex, England. He married Mary Hilliard.

+ 9 iii Maria3 Doig, born abt 1719 Of London, England. She married John McFarquhar.

10 iv Henry3 Doig, born 5 Apr 1720 in Westminster, London, England; christened 10 Apr 1720 in Westminster, London, England.

11 v James Alexander3 Doig, born 4 Aug 1721 in Westminster, London, England; christened 9 Aug 1721 in Westminster, London, England; buried 19 Feb 1766 in Westminister, Middlesex, England. He married on 26 Nov 1753 in Saint Benet Pauls Wharf, London, London, England Joan Nell, born abt 1730 Of London, England. Notes: MARRIAGE: James was listed as of St. James, Westminster, Middlesex and Joan of St. John, Warping.

12 vi Eleanor3 Doig, born 27 Mar 1723 in Westminster, London, England; christened 7 Apr 1723 in Westminster, London, England.

13 vii Peter3 Doig, born 24 Nov 1724 in Westminster, London, England; christened 20 Dec 1724 in Westminster, London, England.

14 viii Susan3 Doig, born 17 Mar 1727 in Westminster, London, England; christened 31 Mar 1727 in Westminster, London, England.

+ 15 ix Mary3 Doig, born 6 Nov 1731 in Westminster, London, England; christened Nov 1731 in Westminster, London, England. She married Robert Mountain.

+ 16 x Elizabeth3 Doig, born abt 1735 in Westminster, London, England. She married Edmund White.

 

5. Margaret2 Doig (Henry1), born abt 1698 Of London, England. She married Alexander Bruce, born abt 1694 Of London, England.

Notes for Alexander Bruce

He may be the son of Alexander Bruce who married Marjory Brown on 11 Oct 1692 at St. Katherine by the Tower, Middlesex, England.

Children of Margaret Doig and Alexander Bruce were as follows:

17 i Alexander3 Bruce, born abt 1720 Of London, England.

18 ii Sarah3 Bruce, born 19 Jan 1722 in Southwark, Surrey, England; christened 19 Jan 1722 in Saint Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England.

19 iii Mary3 Bruce, born 19 Jan 1722 in Southwark, Surrey, England; christened 19 Jan 1722 in Saint Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England.

20 iv Thomas3 Bruce, born 22 May 1725 in Southwark, Surrey, England; christened 23 May 1725 in Saint Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England.

21 v Margaret3 Bruce, born 20 Jan 1727 in Southwark, Surrey, England; christened 14 Feb 1727 in Saint Olave, Southwark, Surrey, England.

 

Generation 3

 

6. Elizabeth3 Doig (Andrew2, Henry1), born abt 1709 Of London, England. She married on 20 Apr 1729 in St. Martins in the Field, Westminster, London, England John Fluck, born abt 1705 Of London, England.

Notes for Elizabeth Doig

The link to parents is uncertain and based on approx. age, location, and they were recorded as having a daughter.

Children of Elizabeth Doig and John Fluck were as follows:

22 i Elizabeth4 Fluck, born 1729 in Westminster, London, England; christened 25 Jan 1729 in St. Clement Danes, Westminster, London, England.

 

8. John3 Doig (John2, Henry1), born 3 Dec 1717 in Westminster, London, England; christened 3 Dec 1717 in Westminster, London, England; buried 29 Apr 1763 in Westminister, Middlesex, England. He married on 10 Feb 1740 Mary Hilliard, born 20 Dec 1720 in Westminister, London, England; christened 23 Dec 1720 in Saint Martin In The Fields, Westminster, London, England, daughter of Benjamin Hilliard and Jane Gibbons.

Notes for John Doig

"Whereas Mary the Wife of John Doig, of Sherrend Street, Golden Square, in the Parish of St. James, Westminster, did elope from her husband on the 2d of this month; this is to warn all Persons not to trust her, for her Husband will not pay any debts she may contract. Note, her Maiden Name was Hilliard." [London Daily Advertiser - August 15, 1747, London, Middlesex]

Mary appears to have returned as she and John subsequently had more children.

He may be the John Doig who died Sept 1769.

MARRIAGE:

Marriage license issued 9 Feb 1740.

Children of John Doig and Mary Hilliard were as follows:

23 i John Alexander4 Doig, born 7 Nov 1741 in Westminster, London, England; christened 29 Nov 1741 in Westminster, London, England; died Infant in Westminster, London, England.

+ 24 ii John4 Doig, born 25 May 1743 in Westminster, London, England; christened 25 May 1743 in Westminster, London, England. He married Mary (---).

25 iii Maria Teresa4 Doig, born 21 May 1745 in Westminster, London, England; christened 5 Jun 1745 in St. James, Westminster, London, England.

26 iv Benjamin4 Doig, born 20 Jan 1746 in Westminster, London, England; christened 25 Jan 1746 in St. James, Westminster, London, England; buried 1746 in St. James, Piccadilly, Middlesex, England.

27 v William4 Doig, born 1748 in Westminster, London, England; christened 14 Apr 1748 in St. Martin In the Fields, Westminster, London, England.

+ 28 vi Mary4 Doig, born 1749 in Westminster, London, England; christened 21 Jan 1749 in St. Martin In the Fields, Westminster, London, England. She married Benjamin DaCosta.

+ 29 vii George4 Doig, born 9 May 1753 in Westminster, London, England; christened 24 May 1753 in St. Martin In the Fields, Westminster, London, England; died 29 Jan 1817 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH. He married (1) Elizabeth Turpin; (2) Mary Odiorne.

30 viii Susanna4 Doig, born 31 Jan 1755 in Westminster, London, England; christened 3 Feb 1755 in St. Martin In the Fields, Westminster, London, England; buried 10 Jan 1756 in St. Martin In the Fields, Westminster, London, England.

 

9. Maria3 Doig (John2, Henry1), born abt 1719 Of London, England. She married John McFarquhar, born abt 1716 Of London, England.

Children of Maria Doig and John McFarquhar were as follows:

+ 31 i John James4 McFarquhar, died 1826. He married unknown.

32 ii James Doig4 McFarquhar, born 9 Jan 1758 in Westminister, London, England; christened 29 Jan 1758 in St. James, Westminster, Middlesex, England.

33 iii Maria4 McFarquhar, born 17 Feb 1767 in Westminster, London, England; christened 22 Feb 1767 in St. James, Westminster, London, England; died aft 1826 Of Montrose, Angus, Scotland.

 

15. Mary3 Doig (John2, Henry1), born 6 Nov 1731 in Westminster, London, England; christened Nov 1731 in Westminster, London, England. She married on 27 Dec 1760 in St. Katherine by the Tower, London, England Robert Mountain, born abt 1731 Of St. Luke, Middlesex, England.

Notes for Mary Doig

Mary signed her name "X".

MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Elizabeth White (sister) and Edmund White (brother-in-law).

Children of Mary Doig and Robert Mountain were as follows:

34 i Mary4 Mountain, born 1762 in London, London, England; christened 21 Feb 1762 in St. Giles Cripplegate, London, London, England.

35 ii Elizabeth4 Mountain, born 3 Jul 1763 in Finsbury, London, England; christened 21 Aug 1763 in St. Luke Old Street, Finsbury, London, England.

36 iii Ann4 Mountain, born 19 Mar 1766 in Finsbury, London, England; christened 13 Apr 1766 in St. Luke Old Street, Finsbury, London, England; died 11 Jan 1773 in Finsbury, London, England.

37 iv John4 Mountain, born 17 Oct 1768 in Finsbury, London, England; christened 20 Nov 1768 in St. Luke Old Street, Finsbury, London, England.

38 v Sarah4 Mountain, born 29 Oct 1770 in Finsbury, London, England; christened 2 Dec 1770 in St. Luke Old Street, Finsbury, London, England; died Mar 1775 in Finsbury, London, England.

39 vi William4 Mountain, born 27 Feb 1773 in Finsbury, London, England; christened 11 Apr 1773 in St. Luke Old Street, Finsbury, London, England; died 17 Aug 1773 in Finsbury, London, England.

40 vii Sarah4 Mountain, born 24 Jul 1775 in Finsbury, London, England; christened 20 Aug 1775 in St. Luke Old Street, Finsbury, London, England.

 

16. Elizabeth3 Doig (John2, Henry1), born abt 1735 in Westminster, London, England. She married on 16 Nov 1760 in St. Katherine by the Tower, London, England Edmund White, born abt 1731 Of St. Luke, Middlesex, England.

Notes for Elizabeth Doig

MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Charles Benson and Robert Mountain.

Notes for Edmund White

Edmund was a widower at the time of his marriage to Elizabeth.

Children of Elizabeth Doig and Edmund White were as follows:

41 i Thomas4 White, born 1761 in London, London, England; christened 23 Sep 1761 in St. Giles Cripplegate, London, London, England.

42 ii Arthur Daniel4 White, born 1764 in London, London, England; christened 12 Feb 1764 in St. Giles Cripplegate, London, London, England.

43 iii John4 White, born 20 Mar 1769 in Finsbury, London, England; christened 30 Apr 1769 in St. Luke Old Street, Finsbury, London, England.

44 iv Edward4 White, born 3 Jul 1772 in Finsbury, London, England; christened 26 Jul 1772 in St. Luke Old Street, Finsbury, London, England.

45 v Elizabeth4 White, born 22 Jan 1775 in Finsbury, London, England; christened 5 Mar 1775 in St. Luke Old Street, Finsbury, London, England; died 22 Dec 1780 in London, London, England.

 

Generation 4

 

24. John4 Doig (John3, John2, Henry1), born 25 May 1743 in Westminster, London, England; christened 25 May 1743 in Westminster, London, England. He married Mary (---), born abt 1744 Of London, England.

Notes for John Doig

The following link is based on approx. age, location, and eldest son named John. Name appears as Doeg.

John was a chimney sweeper.

He may be the John Doig buried 25 Mar 1774 at St. John at Hackney, Hackney, London.

Children of John Doig and Mary (---) were as follows:

46 i John5 Doig, born 8 Jul 1765 in London, England; christened 17 Jul 1765 in St. Giles Cripplegate, London, England.

47 ii William Thomas5 Doig, born 11 Sep 1766 in London, England; christened 1 Oct 1766 in St. Sepulchre, Holborn, London, England.

 

28. Mary4 Doig (John3, John2, Henry1), born 1749 in Westminster, London, England; christened 21 Jan 1749 in St. Martin In the Fields, Westminster, London, England. She married on 16 Feb 1782 in Old Church, St. Pancras, London, England Benjamin DaCosta, born 1738 in London, England; christened 24 Jul 1738 in St Ann Blackfriars, London, London, England; died 1801 in London, England, son of Benjamin DaCosta and Elizabeth (---).

Notes for Mary Doig

MARRIAGE:

License issued 13 Feb 1782.

Notes for Benjamin DaCosta

Link to Benjamin's parents uncertain and based on approx. age and location.

Notices in London Times, 5 Aug 1801, 31 Aug 1801, and 9 Sept 1801: the sale of the valuable book collection of Benjamin Da Costa, deceased, of Primrose Street. On Sept 10 was the sale of 4 brick dwelling houses.

Children of Mary Doig and Benjamin DaCosta were as follows:

48 i Charles5 DaCosta, born 1773 in Westminster, London, England; christened 12 Jan 1773 in St. Martin In the Fields, Westminster, London, England.

49 ii John Doig5 DaCosta, born 31 Jan 1774 in St. Pancras, London, England; christened 20 Feb 1774 in Old Church, St. Pancras, London, England.

 

29. George4 Doig (John3, John2, Henry1), born 9 May 1753 in Westminster, London, England; christened 24 May 1753 in St. Martin In the Fields, Westminster, London, England; died 29 Jan 1817 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH. He married (1) Not married Elizabeth Turpin, born abt 1753 Of South Sydenham, England; (2) on 13 Oct 1774 in Greenland, Rockingham Co., NH Mary Odiorne, born 1750/51 Of Greenland, Rockingham Co., NH; died 3 Feb 1821 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH.

Notes for George Doig

The link to parents is uncertain and based on approx. age and location. He may also have been the son of James Doig and Joan Nell, who were married 26 Nov 1753 in London. Another possibility is the George christened 29 Aug 1749 in Glasgow, son of George Doeg and Margaret Hay.

1774 - Examination taken before John Jago, J.P. of Elizabeth Turpin of South Sydenham (London area), single woman naming George Doige as the father of her child (ref. 2533 M/Z 2). It may be this George as the father, which would account for his leaving London for America. There is no other known George of the appropriate age in England at the time. [Since this note the 1772 advertisement has been found, probably eliminating this George as the father of Elizabeth Turpin's child.]

Advertisement: New-Hampshire Gazette, 29 May 1772 - George Doig, Coach, Sign, Ship and House Painter, and Gilder, from London, informs the Public, that he does all Kinds of Work in that Way, and is to be spoke with at his Shop in King Street, being the same lately improved by Mr. Hugh Henderson, where all favours will be gratefully acknowledged.

George made the voyage from London to arrive in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., New Hampshire before May, 1772. George was a coach and sign painter. His advertisement in the "New Hampshire Gazette" in February of 1775 read: "George Doig, painter, from London, executes coats of arms the neatest of any in the Province of New Hampshire. Shop in King Street."

The Declaration of Independence signed 4 July 1776 was first determined to be the will of the people. George Doig was one of 497 signatories of the Association Test in Portsmouth to pledge support to the Continental Congress in the coming revolution; thirty-one were absent or refused to sign. George's loyalty to his new country was again expressed when on 10 July 1777 he signed a petition against the monopoly of the West India Produce Company.

George was one of the founders of St. Patrick's Lodge of Masons in 1780. He represented this short-lived lodge at the second meeting of the Grand Lodge in 1789.

George's residence was a house on Congress Street, which he acquired soon after arriving in Portsmouth. He likely conducted his business from his home. Congress Street was probably renamed from King Street in 1776, and was somewhere near the "present" Athenaeum building. On 6 Oct 1787 George was selected to supply paint standards to the Regiments of the Militia.

In the first U.S. Census in 1790 George Doig is listed in Portsmouth, Rockingham County, with a household of five white males under 16 and two white females (one presumably his wife). There may have been four sons and a daughter in addition to those below. In 1800 the Portsmouth Aqueduct Company's list of customers reported ten persons in George's household. In the 1800 census (page 882) he appears with 4 sons and 2 daughters. He also appears in the 1810 U.S. Census in Portsmouth (page 395) and tax lists from 1808 to 1813.

Obituary: New Hampshire Intellegencer, 30 Jan 1817 - Mr. George Doig, age 68. [born 1748/9]

Obituary: Portsmouth Oracle, 1 Feb 1817- Mr. George Doig, 61 (or 67).

Notes for Mary Odiorne

Possible father: Samuel Odiorne was master of the brig "Swallow" in the 1750s and 1760s and later the ship "Mercury" for trips to Barbados.

Obituary: New-Hampshire Gazette, 30 Jan 1821 - Mrs. Doig, widow of Mr. George Doig, aged about 70.

Obituary: Portsmouth Oracle, Feb. 3, 1821 - In this town, Mrs. Doig, widow of Mr. Doig, age 70.

Children of George Doig and Elizabeth Turpin were as follows:

50 i Child5 Doig or Turpin, born 1773/74 in South Sydenham, London, England.

Children of George Doig and Mary Odiorne were as follows:

51 i Marie (Maria)5 Doig, born abt 1775 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH. She married on 9 Feb 1795 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH Charles La Chevardier St.Amand, born abt 1771 Of Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH. Notes: MARRIAGE: Notice in the New Hampshire "Oracle of the Day," February 11, 1795: MARRIED - On Monday Evening, by the Rev. Dr. Haven, Monsieur Charles La Chevardier St. Amand, to the amiable Miss Marie Doig. Hail to the wedded pair, accept this lay, And to the lives of both, one wedding day! Till some soft dream in extasy of love, Shall waft your spirits to the world above.

52 ii William5 Doig, born abt 1777 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH.

53 iii George5 Doig, born 1779 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH; christened 28 Mar 1779 in North Church, Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH. Notes: Obituary: New Hampshire Gazette, 25 Jan 1803 - In this town, Mrs. Doig, wife of Mr. George Doig.

54 iv Robert Stokle5 Doig, born 1781 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH; christened 1 Apr 1781 in North Church, Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH.

55 v Son5 Doig, born abt 1785 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH.

+ 56 vi Nancy Halliburton5 Doig, born 1792 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH; christened 27 Nov 1796 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH; died Jan 1850 in Almshouse, Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH; buried 11 Jan 1850 in South Church, Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH. She married unknown.

+ 57 vii Harriet5 Doig, born 1796 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH; christened 27 Nov 1796 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH; died 16 Jan 1866 in Almshouse, Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH. She married John Sheafe.

+ 58 viii Augustus Manning5 Doeg, born 1797 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH; christened 14 Oct 1797 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH; died aft 1860 Of Lyman, York Co., ME. He married (1) Alice Wallace; (2) Hulda Cousins.

 

31. John James4 McFarquhar (Maria3 Doig, John2, Henry1), died 1826. He married unknown.

Children of John James McFarquhar were as follows:

59 i George5 McFarquhar, died 23 Jul 1823 in Valparaiso, Chili.

 

Generation 5

 

56. Nancy Halliburton5 Doig (George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 1792 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH; christened 27 Nov 1796 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH; died Jan 1850 in Almshouse, Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH; buried 11 Jan 1850 in South Church, Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH. She married Not married unknown.

Notes for Nancy Halliburton Doig

Obituary: Portsmouth Journal of Literature and Politics, 2 Feb 1850 - At the Alms house, Miss Nancy Doig, aged 57.

Nancy Doeg was buried 11 Jan 1850 at South Church, Portsmouth. Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. Andrew Preston.

Children of Nancy Halliburton Doig were as follows:

60 i Child6 Doig, born 1828 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH; died Sep 1828 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH. Notes: Obituary: Portsmouth Journal of Literature and Politics, 13 Sept 1828 - A child of Miss Nancy Doeg.

61 ii George6 Doig, born 1833/34 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH; died Jan 1835 in Almshouse, Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH. Notes: Obituary: Portsmouth Journal of Literature and Politics, 16 Jan 1836 - At the Almshouse, George Doig, aged 2 years.

 

57. Harriet5 Doig (George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 1796 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH; christened 27 Nov 1796 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH; died 16 Jan 1866 in Almshouse, Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH. She married Not married John Sheafe, born 1791/94 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH.

Notes for Harriet Doig

Harriet (Harriot) was a maid to the Sheaf (Sheafe) family in Portsmouth. She was reported to have had an illegitimate child by someone in that prominent family. This may have been John, as his middle initial S may have been for Sheaf. The most likely choices are John Lane Sheafe christened 11 Dec 1791 in Portsmouth, son of Jacob Sheafe; or John Hale Sheafe born 11 May 1794 in Portsmouth, son of Thomas Sheafe.

In 1850 Harriot Doig was a pauper at the City Poor House in Portsmouth. In 1860 she was a pauper living at the Portsmouth Alms House (page 105).

Obituary: Portsmouth Journal of Literature and Politics, 27 Jan 1866 - At the Alms House, Jan 16, Harriet Doig, aged 70.

Notes for John Sheafe

Name not certain.

Children of Harriet Doig and John Sheafe were as follows:

+ 62 i John S.6 Doeg, born 8 Apr 1819 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH; died 30 Jan 1857 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; buried in Newmarket Cemetery, Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH. He married Sarah (Sally) Corson.

 

58. Augustus Manning5 Doeg (George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 1797 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH; christened 14 Oct 1797 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH; died aft 1860 Of Lyman, York Co., ME. He married (1) on 27 Jul 1819 in Nottingham, Rockingham Co., NH Alice Wallace, born abt 1800 Of Nottingham, Rockingham Co., NH; died 1828 in York Co., ME; (2) on 28 Jul 1828 in Lyman, York Co., ME Hulda Cousins, born 1799 in ME; died 10 Nov 1869 in York Co., ME; buried in Riverside Cemetery, Springvale, York Co., ME.

Notes for Augustus Manning Doeg

In 1820 Augustus Doig and wife Alice resided in Nottingham, Rockingham Co., NH. In 1830 he and wife and son lived in Sanford, York Co., ME. In 1840 Agustus Doag lived in Alfred, York Co., ME with his wife, two sons and a daughter. In 1850 Augustus Doick was a painter in Lyman, York Co., ME with his wife Hulda and son Thomas (farmer); the value of his real estate was $150.00. In 1960 Augustus Doick was a painter and pauper in Lyman living with farmer Edward and Mary Card.

Notes for Hulda Cousins

Burial surname was Doieg.

Children of Augustus Manning Doeg and Alice Wallace were as follows:

+ 63 i Susannah6 Doig, born abt 1821 in Rockingham Co., NH. She married unknown.

+ 64 ii Thomas6 Doeg, born 1826/27 in York Co., ME. He married Matilda R. Downs.

Children of Augustus Manning Doeg and Hulda Cousins were as follows:

65 i Samuel6 Doeg, born Aug 1830 in Sanford, York Co., ME; died 1 Mar 1911 in Eaton Center, Carroll Co., NH. He married on 17 May 1885 in Eaton, Carroll Co., NH Martha B. S. Stuart, born Jul 1843 in Freedom, Carroll Co., NH; died 13 Aug 1921 in Eaton Center, Carroll Co., NH, daughter of Samuel Stuart and Charlotte B. Thompson. Notes: In 1900 Samuel Doick farmed in Sanford, York Co., ME with wife Martha and step-daughter Elizabeth E. Thompson. In 1910 Samuel lived on his own income in Lebanon, York Co., ME with wife Martha.

66 ii Sarah A.6 Doeg, born Jun 1832/33 in Alfred, York Co., ME. She married (1) on 8 Feb 1873 in Everett, Middlesex Co., MA Aaron Beede Hoyt, born 10 Jul 1802 in Ossipee, Carroll Co., NH; died 12 Jul 1880 in Carroll Co., NH; buried in Little Pond Cemetery, Carroll Co., NH, son of Moses Hoyt and Anna B. (---); (2) on 6 Mar 1892 in East Sanwich, Carroll Co., NH John Drew, born Jan 1837 in Luftonboro, Carroll Co., NH, son of Hezekiah Drew and Mary (---). Notes: In 1850 Sarah Doag, age 17 from ME, lived with Winthorpe A. Mantan in Somersworth Township, Strafford Co., NH (page 183).

+ 67 iii George W.6 Doeg, born 5 Dec 1835 in York Co., ME; died 24 Jan 1921 in Verona Township, Fairbault Co., MN; buried in Rosehill Cemetery, Winnebago, Faribault Co., MN. He married Emily A. Carrel.

68 iv Harrison A.6 Doeg, born 1841/42 in York Co., ME. Notes: In 1850 Harrison Doeg, age 8, lived with Nathaniel and Olive Gile in Waterboro Township, York Co., ME (page 205).

 

Generation 6

 

62. John S.6 Doeg (Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 8 Apr 1819 in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH; died 30 Jan 1857 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; buried in Newmarket Cemetery, Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH. He married on 2 Jul 1840 in Durham, Rockingham Co., NH Sarah (Sally) Corson, born 19 Apr 1821 in NH; died 27 Feb 1895 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; buried in Newmarket Cemetery, Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH.

Notes for John S. Doeg

The family legend is that John was the illegitimate son of Harriet Doig. She was a maid in the Sheafe family and was reported to have had a child by one of them. The middle initial S. may be for Sheafe. Illegitimate children were often given the same name as the father.

In 1850 John was a mill man living in Durham, Strafford Co., NH (page 222) with his wife Sarah and 6 children; the family lived next to the Moses H. Wiggen family, a farmer with property valued at $10,000.00, for which two of their children were named. He also worked as a moulder.

Notes for Sarah (Sally) Corson

Middle initial also reported as A.

In 1860 Sally resided in Durham with her children John H., Moses, George, Gilman, Mary, Martha, and Leuther.

Notice in The Fitchburg Sentinel (Fitchburg, Massachusetts), 2 Nov 1883:

T. H. Wiswell & Co.'s paper mill at Packard Falls, N. H. was burned Thursday, and Mrs. Sarah Doeg and Mrs. James Long were badly scorched about the face and arms. The loss was estimated at ... etc.

Children of John S. Doeg and Sarah (Sally) Corson were as follows:

+ 69 i John Henry7 Doeg, born 13 Mar 1841 in Durham, Strafford Co., NH; died 3 Mar 1915 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH. He married (1) Augusta Ann Edgerly; (2) Emily Elizabeth (Emilie, Emmily) May.

+ 70 ii George P.7 Doeg, born Mar 1842 in Durham, Strafford Co., NH; died 1 Mar 1929 in Durham, Strafford Co., NH; buried in Newmarket Cemetery, Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH. He married Mehitable E. (Belle) Smith.

71 iii Moses E.7 Doeg, born 1843/44 in NH; died 14 Apr 1900 in Lawrence, Essex Co., MA. He married on 13 Nov 1879 in Haverhill, Essex Co., MA Laura E. Rowell, born 21 Aug 1847 in Haverhill, Essex Co., MA; died 21 Oct 1913 in Haverhill, Essex Co., MA; buried 23 Oct 1913 in Haverhill, Essex Co., MA, daughter of Daniel H. Rowell and Harriet (Hattie) Marble. Notes: In 1860 Moses E. Doag, age 16, lived in New Market, Rockingham Co., NH (page 1020) with Joseph Gould (cord trainer, $600), 41 ME, Deborah Gould, 43 NH, Mathais Hamm, 76 NH, and Abigail Ham, 78 NH. In 1870 Moses worked in a shoe shop and lived with his brother John in Newmarket (page 297). In 1879 he was a shoemaker.

72 iv Mary E.7 Doeg, born 1844/45 in NH. She married on 22 Apr 1867 in Durham, Strafford Co., NH John D. Bunnell, born 1818/19 in Seymour, New Haven Co., CT, son of Samuel Bunnell and Sarah (---).

+ 73 v Issichar Wiggin7 Doeg, born 13 Aug 1845 in Durham, Strafford Co., NH; died 13 Nov 1920 in Exeter, Rockingham Co., NH. He married (1) Elmira Jane Morse; (2) Ida B. Harvey; (3) May Arabella (Mary) Dearborn.

74 vi Gilman7 Doeg, born 1846 in Durham, Strafford Co., NH; died 17 Sep 1892 in Dover, Strafford Co., NH. He married on 15 Jun 1867 in Lawrence, Essex Co., MA Elvira G. (Alvira) Tracey, born 21 Mar 1841 in Topsfield, Washington Co., ME; died 3 Aug 1909 in Auburn, Androscoggin Co., ME, daughter of William Tracey and Jane Hall. Notes: Gilman was a private in the 2nd regiment of Massachusetts Volunteers, Co. C, Heavy Artillery. He was mustered in 21 June 1864; he was mustered out 3 Sept 1865. He is listed on the 1890 Veteran's Schedule for Newmarket. In 1880 Gilman was a blacksmith in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH (page 259) with his wife Alvira. There were no children by his marriage.

75 vii Austin7 Doeg, born 11 Apr 1849 in Durham, Strafford Co., NH; died 3 Sep 1920 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; buried in Locust Grove Cemetery, Newfields, Rockingham Co., NH. He married on 26 Nov 1868 in NH Frances A. (Fannie) Murray, born 16 Sep 1848 in South Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 20 Mar 1925 in Newfields, Rockingham Co., NH; buried in Locust Grove Cemetery, Newfields, Rockingham Co., NH, daughter of William Murray and Abgiel Neal. Notes: In 1860 Austin lived with Luther and Elizabeth Perry in Durham, Strafford Co., NH; Luther was a farmer with land valued at $1200 and personal property of $400. He was age 44 from NH and his wife Elizabeth was 42 from NH. In 1868 Austin was keeping store at the dam site at Durham. In 1870 (page 146) and 1880 (page 148) he worked in a paper mill in Durham with his wife Francis. In 1900 they were living in Durham. In 1920 and Frances lived at South Street, Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH. They had no children.

+ 76 viii Martha E.7 Doeg, born 13 Jun 1853 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 22 Nov 1935 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA; buried in Edison Cemetery, Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA. She married Albert E. Hill.

+ 77 ix Luther Perry7 Doeg, born Sep 1857 in Durham, Strafford Co., NH; died aft 1940 Of Montpelier, Washington Co., VT. He married Della F. Burt.

 

63. Susannah6 Doig (Augustus Manning5, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born abt 1821 in Rockingham Co., NH. She married unknown.

Notes for Susannah Doig

Link to parents not certain.

Children of Susannah Doig were as follows:

78 i George H.7 Doig, born 1840/41 in Epping, Rockingham Co., NH; died 15 Mar 1859 in Almshouse, Portsmouth, Rockingham Co., NH. Notes: George was a farmer. He did not marry. Obituary: Portsmouth Journal of Literature and Politics, 19 Mar 1859 - At the Alms-house, Mr. George H. Doig, aged 18 years.

 

64. Thomas6 Doeg (Augustus Manning5, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 1826/27 in York Co., ME. He married Matilda R. Downs, born 1830/31 in ME.

Notes for Thomas Doeg

In 1860 Thomas Doieg was a day laborer in Alfred, York Co., ME with his wife Matilda M., children Jere L. and Ellen F., and George W. Edgley (pressing clothes, 24 ME) and Mary A. Hill (tailoress, 19 ME).

During the Civil War Thomas enilested as a Private on 30 Sept 1862 in the 27th Maine Infantry Regiment. He was mustered out on 17 July 1863 at Portland, ME.

Children of Thomas Doeg and Matilda R. Downs were as follows:

79 i Jeremiah L.7 Doeg, born 1855/56 in ME. Notes: In 1870 Jeremiah Doeg lived in Alfred, York Co., ME with Charles B. Brooks (farmer, 27 ME), Emma Brooks (25 ME), and Alice B. Brooks (29 ME).

80 ii Ellen F.7 Doeg, born 1858/59 in ME.

 

67. George W.6 Doeg (Augustus Manning5, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 5 Dec 1835 in York Co., ME; died 24 Jan 1921 in Verona Township, Fairbault Co., MN; buried in Rosehill Cemetery, Winnebago, Faribault Co., MN. He married on 25 Aug 1858 in Lake Co., OH Emily A. Carrel, born 19 Feb 1836 in OH; died 30 Apr 1915 in Verona Township, Fairbault Co., MN; buried in Rosehill Cemetery, Winnebago, Faribault Co., MN, daughter of Samuel Carrel and Charlotte Carsoll.

Notes for George W. Doeg

In 1850 George, age 13, lived in Alfred Township, York Co., ME (page 200) with the family of John Gile. In 1865 George Doige lived in Plainview, Wabasha Co., MN with his wife Emily and children Alla and Nettie. In 1870 and 1880 he farmed Verona Township, Fairbault Co., MN (page 147) with his wife Emily and 3 children. In 1885 he lived in Verona with his wife Emily and children Albert and Mary. In 1900 and 1910 he farmed in Verona Township with his wife Emily; they reported having 3 children, all living. In 1920 he lived Verona Township (page 87) with his daughter Nettie Adams.

Children of George W. Doeg and Emily A. Carrel were as follows:

81 i Albert L.7 Doeg, born Mar 1861 in OH; died 23 Aug 1916 in Ransom Co., ND; buried in Rosehill Cemetery, Winnebago, Faribault Co., MN. He married on 9 Apr 1891 in Winnebago, Faribault Co., MN Mary Alice Stoner, born Oct 1858 in MN; died 18 Dec 1921 in Hennepin Co., MN; buried in Rosehill Cemetery, Winnebago, Faribault Co., MN. Notes: In 1900 Albert L. Doag was a grain buyer in Winnebago, Fairbault Co., MN (page 230) with his wife Mary E.; they reported being marrried 9 years with no children. In 1910 he managed a grain elevator in Fulton, Muscatine Co., IA with his wife Mary.

+ 82 ii Nettie Augusta7 Doeg, born 5 Oct 1863 in MN; died 15 May 1924 in Fairbault Co., MN; buried in Rosehill Cemetery, Winnebago, Faribault Co., MN. She married James Madison Adams.

+ 83 iii Mary Addie7 Doeg, born Mar 1869 in MN; died 16 Feb 1944 in Ramsey Co., MN; buried in Roselawn Cemetery, Roseville, Ramsey Co., MN. She married Frederick Augustus Carrell.

 

Generation 7

 

69. John Henry7 Doeg (John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 13 Mar 1841 in Durham, Strafford Co., NH; died 3 Mar 1915 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH. He married (1) on 10 Jun 1862 in Rockingham Co., NH Augusta Ann Edgerly, born 15 Jun 1840 in Durham, Rockingham Co., NH; died 26 Jul 1881 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH, daughter of Jacob Edgerly and Susan B. Chapman; (2) on 27 Feb 1886 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH Emily Elizabeth (Emilie, Emmily) May, born Dec 1849 in Thomson, CT; died 1930 in Wakefield, Middlesex Co., MA.

Notes for John Henry Doeg

John enlisted 5 June 1862, age 21, as a private in Company A, 9th Regiment New Hamshire Voluteers. He was discharged at Washington D.C. on 13 Nov 1862 on a surgeon's cirtificate of disability from "disease of the heart" from overexertion. On 24 Sept 1885 he was declared an invalid. His widow Emily was granted a pension on 13 Mar 1915.

John was a farmer. He moved to Newmarket, Rockingham, NH in 1867 where he lived until his death. In the 1870 census (page 297) he is listed as a machinist; with the family were his brother Moses and a Martha (?) Chapman, age 31 from NH, who worked in a cotton mill. In 1900 and 1910 John and Emmily lived in Newmarket.

Notes for Augusta Ann Edgerly

Obituary: New Hampshire Patriot, 4 Aug 1881 - DOEG - Newmarket, July 26, Augusta A. Doeg, 41y.

Children of John Henry Doeg and Augusta Ann Edgerly were as follows:

+ 84 i George Curtis8 Doeg, born 30 Oct 1863 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 15 May 1915 in Providence, Providence Co., RI. He married Emma M. (Anna) Duval.

+ 85 ii Thaddeus Lincoln8 Doeg, born 31 Oct 1865 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died abt 1945. He married Ermena Eliza Bunting.

+ 86 iii Charles F.8 Doeg, born 23 Dec 1866 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 16 Feb 1946 in Amesbury, Essex Co., MA; buried in Newmarket Cemetery, Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH. He married Marie Hermina (Minnie) Sinclair or St.Clair.

+ 87 iv Leon Austin8 Doeg, born 15 Dec 1869 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 15 May 1918 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; buried in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH. He married (1) Margaret Maud Carroll; (2) Mary A. Cute.

88 v Birdie8 Doeg, born 8 Dec 1871 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 24 Jun 1872 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; buried in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH.

 

70. George P.7 Doeg (John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born Mar 1842 in Durham, Strafford Co., NH; died 1 Mar 1929 in Durham, Strafford Co., NH; buried in Newmarket Cemetery, Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH. He married Mehitable E. (Belle) Smith, born 16 Jun 1848 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 28 Mar 1930 in Durham, Strafford Co., NH; buried in Newmarket Cemetery, Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH, daughter of James W. Smith and Mehitable Smart.

Notes for George P. Doeg

In 1860 George was listed in the census twice, once with his mother and also with William Meader. William farmed in Durham with property valued at $3,000 and personal assets of $800. He was age 44 from NH, his wife Hannah E., age 39 from NH, and daughter Lizzie A., age 17 from NH.

George enlisted 9 Aug 1861, age 20, in Company D, 3rd Regiment of the New Hampshire Volunteers. He was wounded 18 July 1863 at Ft. Wagner, SC and discharged by surgeon's certificate of disability on 7 Nov 1863 at Morris Island, SC. He was declared an invalid on 8 Feb 1864. His widow was granted a pension on 22 Apr 1929.

In 1870 George was a farm laborer in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH (page 303) with his wife Mehetable and children Alice B., Leanna, and John. In 1880 George and family lived on 4th Street, Dover, Strafford Co., NH, and were still living in Dover in 1900. In 1920 George and Bella lived at Parkers Falls Road, Durham, Strafford Co.

Children of George P. Doeg and Mehitable E. (Belle) Smith were as follows:

89 i Jennie M.8 Doeg, born Dec 1863 in MA; died 1863/70.

90 ii Alice B.8 Doeg, born 1865/66 in NH.

91 iii Louis J.8 Doeg, born 16 Jul 1867 in Durham, Strafford Co., NH; died 27 Jan 1926 in St. Louis, MO; buried in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH. He married on 11 Dec 1886 in Somersworth, Strafford Co., NH, divorced Jennie Maybury, born Dec 1863 in Plymouth, Plymouth Co., MA, daughter of John Maybury and Lucy (---). Notes: In 1900 Louis was a laster in a shoe factory in Dover, Strafford Co., NH with his wife Jennie; they lived with his parents. Jennie divorced Louis on 21 Oct 1902 in Strafford Co., NH for "extreme cruelty." They were reported to have had two sons and a daughter; however in the 1900 census they reported being married 14 years with no children. In 1920 Louis was divoriced and a night watchman in a shoe factory residing at 2223 Rutger Street, St. Louis, MO.

92 iv John S.8 Doeg, born 1869/70 in NH.

 

73. Issichar Wiggin7 Doeg (John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 13 Aug 1845 in Durham, Strafford Co., NH; died 13 Nov 1920 in Exeter, Rockingham Co., NH. He married (1) on 18 Nov 1866 in Somersworth, NH, divorced Elmira Jane Morse, born 9 Aug 1849 in Rockingham Co., NH; died 29 Oct 1921 in Berwick, York Co., ME; buried in Evergreetn Cemetery, Berwick, York Co., ME, daughter of Jefferson Morse and Elvira (---); (2) on 11 Feb 1875 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH Ida B. Harvey, born 1854 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 6 Sep 1876 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; buried in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH, daughter of Nathan H. Harvey and Eunice H. (---); (3) on 15 Jun 1882 in Exeter, NH May Arabella (Mary) Dearborn, born 17 May 1857 in Somersworth, Strafford Co., NH; died 17 Nov 1949 in Exeter, Rockingham Co., NH; buried in Exeter, Rockingham Co., NH, daughter of George S. Dearborn and Susan Arabella Nason.

Notes for Issichar Wiggin Doeg

In 1860 Issachar worked on the farm of Samuel Smart in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH (page 1045). In 1870 Issichar was a machinist in Newmarket with his wife Elmira and son Charles (age 6 months).

Issichar and Elmira were divorced in April 1873, and the decree accuses Elmira of adultery with Edwin Atherton. Issachar retained custody of the children.

In 1880 Issachar was a iron machinist boarding with Sarah A. Bennett and her daughters Mary and Lizzie in Newmarkert. In 1920 Issachar was a machinist, and he and Mary lived at 11 Union Street, Exeter with their three children.

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Patented invention of I. DOEG.
Devices for Dressing the Sides of Nuts.
No. . Patented Nov, 4,1873.
A MP/WM -LITHOGRAPHIC Co. N.

UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
ISSACHAR DOEG, OF NEW MARKET, NEW HAMPSHIRE, ASSIGNOR OF ONE-HALF HIS RIGHT' TO ORRIN MURRAY, OF SAME PLACE.
IMPROVEMENT IN DEVICES FOR. DRESSING THE SIDES OF NUTS.
Specification forming part of Letters Patent No. , dated November 4, 1873; application filed
August 9, 1873.
To all 'whom it may concern :
Be it known that I, ISSACHAR DoiG, of New Market, in the county of Rockingham, in the State of New Hampshire, have made certain Improvements in Machines for Cutting and Dressing Nuts, of which the following is a specification :
The object of this invention is to produce a means of finishing and dressing the sides of the nut smooth by forcing the nuts through dies that will practically perform the function and accomplish the object, and also, in being able, without reorganizing the machine¿other than theremoval of some of the parts and sup-plying their places with other parts¿so that the machine may perform a variety of operations; and it consists in the construction and arrangement of the parts that produce results, as will be fully hereinafter described.
In the drawings, Figure 1 represents a front elevation of the machine; Fig. 2, a top view of the cutting-dies and their adjustments; Fig.
3, 'a longitudinal sectional view of-same; Figs.
4, o; and 6, details of construction.
A represents the usual support for the cutting-dies, reciprocating punch, and cutters; B, the revolving shaft that reciprocates the punch or cutter; and B', the reciprocating shaft that receives a forcing-die, b, or cutter b", of any desired form. The base-plate C, in which the dies are adjusted and secured, rests upon the platen of the support or frame A, and has longitudinal slots in its bottom plate to allow bolts to slide therein, and a raised edge, c, to receive the adjustable jaws that contain the dies or cutters. D D are the movable and adjustable jaws, to which the cutting- dies or cutters are secured. d d are screw-bolts that pass through slots in the base-plate and through the jaws D, and when the jaws and cutters are adjusted to the proper position the screw-nuts d' ct' are screwed down upon the horizontal part of jaws D, and secure them and their cutters or dies in position. d" d" d" d" are temper-screws, that are screwed through. a screw-tapped hole in the raised edge c of base-plate C, and bear against and adjust the jaws with their cutters to the proper position. E is a section of a polygonal die, which may be of any de-sired number of opposite sides, such as hexagonal or octagonal, or other forms, if desired, and has its upper edge e beveled, or made so that its cutting-edges shall be the highest at the angle, as seen in Fig. 3, cutting the nut from the center each way, which prevents splitting. This die, on its inner face and below the cutting- edge e, has another inwardly-projecting and angular cutting-edge, e', the purpose of which is, as the nut has been forced upon the cutting-edges e and been partially trimmed or finished, it is still further trimmed and finally finished ou its sides by being forced onto and cut by the inclined cutting-edges e', when, by reason of the enlarged diameter of the die be-low the cutting-edge e', the nut is discharged through the bottom of the die, out through an opening in the base-plate for such purpose. F is a straight die or cutter, and used with jaws having a straight face to which it is se-cured, and will trim off the unfinished sides of a rectangular or any opposite parallel-sided nut, or be arranged to act as a part of the means for cutting off bars of iron to any length desired. These cutters or dies are secured to the adjustable jaws D by means of a wedge-shaped head or bevel-block, j; on a screw-bolt, and held in place by nut f' and the dovetail or angular recesses f" in the jaw, and an angular edge of the cutter or die to fit the shoulder in the jaw, as seen in Fig. 2.
The cutter can be moved up as the edges wear away, and held in place by putting plates under them.
Fig. 4" is a side view of a hexagonal die, and Fig. 4a' is a top or plan view of the same die, that can be secured within the jaws D and used as a finisher to such nuts as are forced through it, as the die represented in Figs. 4" and 4a' has the same cutting-edge e that the die E has.
The jaws D, in which. the dies are secured, are of such form in their upright parts D' as to receive any shaped die or cutter that is to be used in finishing nuts or cutting off bars of metal.
The reciprocating bar B' has a hole bored centrally in its lower end to receive the shank b' of any of the follower or forcing dies b or cutter b", as any of them can be removed and another put iu its place¿as the follower b is 2 111,265 nearly of the same size and shape as the cut- claim, and desire to secure by Letters Patent, ting - die into and through which the nut is i is forced¿so that the cutting on the sides of the 1. The finishing- dies E having the inclined nets will be perfect, and all the excess of and additional cutting-edge e', in the manner metal removed. Nuts finished by this means and for the purpose substantially as described are all smooth, of the same size, and require 2. The dies E having angular or beveled no further dressing. edges on one side, fitting into dovetail or an-
In Fig. 6a, b" represents a shear-cutter, that, gulag recesses in the jaws D, and secured when occasion requires, the follower or forcing therein by means of the beveled block f and (lie b may be removed and this cutter inserted; screw bolt and nut f', substantially as de-and it can be used, in connection -with cutter scribed.
G, Fig. 5, to cut bars of iron into lengths for 3. The movable and adjustable jaws D with bolt-blanks, the cutting-edge g being corru- their dies or cutters E, in combination with gated to hold the bars when round from slip- the base-plate C, when constructed in the ping, and the corrugations are of different sizes manner and for the purposes described.
to receive and hold different sizes of bars, to Witnesses: ISSACHAR DOEG.
be cut to any given length. DAVID MURRAY,
Having thus described my invention, what I PRADFORD, S. KINGMAN.

Notes for Elmira Jane Morse

Issichar and Elmira were divorced in April 1873, and the decree accuses Elmira of adultery with Edwin Atherton. Issachar retained custody of the children.

Notes for Ida B. Harvey

Ida graduated from the Robinson Seminary of Exeter, NH.

Notes for May Arabella (Mary) Dearborn

In 1930 and 1940 May lived with her daughter Helen and her husband Lewis Swain at 11 Union Street, Exeter, Rockingham Co., NH. In 1930 she is also enumerated with her daughter Elsie Smith and family at 52 Bayfield Road, Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA.

Obituary: Portsmouth Herald, 17 Nov 1949 -

Mrs. May A. Doeg, 92, died at her home at 8 Lincoln Street in Exeter this morning after a short illness.

An Exeter resident for 43 years Mrs. Doeg was a charter member of the Exeter Woman's Club and organist at the Exeter Methodist Church for many years. She graduated from Robinson Female Seminary in 1876.

She was born in Somersworth, daughter of the late George and Susan (Nason) Dearborn.

Mrs. Doeg leaves one son, Ralph Doeg of Detroit, Mich., two daughters, Mrs. Lewis C. Swain of Exeter, and Mrs. Morton L. Smith of Quincy, Mass.

Children of Issichar Wiggin Doeg and Elmira Jane Morse were as follows:

93 i Rev. Charles Issachar Ramsey8 Doeg, born 23 Dec 1869 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 3 Feb 1946 in Somersworth, Strafford Co., NH; buried in Forest Glade Cemetery, Somersworth, Strafford Co., NH. He married (1) Josephine Desmond, born Mar 1865 in New Brunswick, Canada; died 1938 in Berwick, York Co., ME; buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Berwick, York Co., ME; (2) on 26 Jan 1939 in Hampton Falls, Rockingham Co., NH Jeanette Agnes Stewart, born 22 Sep 1867 in ME; died 14 Jun 1946 in Somersworth, Strafford Co., NH; buried in Forest Glade Cemetery, Somersworth, Strafford Co., NH, daughter of John Stewart and Catherine Black. Notes: Charles was adopted by his mother's second husband, Charles Edward Ramsey. Charles lost the fingers of his right hand in a saw accident at age 19. He overcame the loss of his fingers and played the piano, wrote and painted. He also made violins and was an artist. Charles was ordained a Baptist minister on 3 July 1896 in Somersworth, NH. He served in Northville, CT (1896-1900), Colchester (1900-1906), Thompson, MA (1906-1910), Penn's Grove, NJ (1910-1914), Hardwick, VT (1914-1916), Colporter Vermont Baptist Convention (1916-1917), YMCA (1917-1918), Winter Harbor, ME (1818-1922), Merrimack, MA (1922-1926), Becket, MA (1926-1936). He retired to 211 High Street, Somersworth, NH. He had no children by either marriage. In 1900 Charles Ramsey, clergyman, lived in New Milford, Litchfield Co., CT with wife Josephena and his brother Freddy R. Ramsey and sister Ethel M. Ramsey. In 1940 he owned 211 High Street, Somersworth, Straffor Co., NH with wife Jeanette. Obituary: Portsmouth Herald, 5 Feb 1946 - The Rev. Charles I. Ramsey Doeg died in his 75th year Sunday at his home, 211 High Street, Somersworth. Born in Newmarket, he had lived in Somersworth the seven years following his retirement from the minisry. He leaves his wife Mrs. Jeanette Stewart Doeg; four sisters, Mrs. Walter Hurd, Mrs. Calvin Ballard, Mrs. David Lawrence, and Mrs. Frank Austin, all of Berwick; three brothers, Frank Ramsey of Union, Fred Ramsey of Sanbornville, and Moses Ramsey of Berwick; a foster father Charles E. Ramsey of Berwick; and several nieces and nephews.

+ 94 ii Frank Herbert8 Doeg, born 13 Oct 1871 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 15 Nov 1950 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; buried in North End Burial Ground, Providence, Providence Co., RI. He married Bertha Stella Kringle.

Children of Issichar Wiggin Doeg and Ida B. Harvey were as follows:

+ 95 i Marion Linda8 Doeg, born 1875 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 28 Jun 1901 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH. She married Charles William Masen Keniston.

Children of Issichar Wiggin Doeg and May Arabella (Mary) Dearborn were as follows:

+ 96 i Elsie Nason8 Doeg, born 11 Jun 1886 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH. She married Morton Lee Smith.

97 ii Helen Dearborn8 Doeg, born 25 May 1890 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH. She married on 13 Jun 1923 in Exeter, Rockingham Co., NH Lewis Churchill Swain, born 3 Dec 1896 in Exeter, Rockingham Co., NH, son of Daniel W. Swain and Etta M. Churchill.

98 iii Ralph Waldo8 Doeg, born 12 Sep 1893 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 4 Jan 1988 in St. Peterburg, Pinellas Co., FL. He married (1) Edna (---), born 1900/01 in NY; (2) on 18 Dec 1982 in Pinellas Co., FL Beverly Bryant, born 31 Jan 1910; died 27 Aug 1985 in Pinellas Co., FL. Notes: Ralph registered for the draft in WWI, at the time a test floor electrician at Westinghouse in East Pittsburgh, PA. In 1940 he was a refrigeration engineer at 302 Louise Avenue, Highland Park, Wayne Co., MI with wife Edna.

 

76. Martha E.7 Doeg (John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 13 Jun 1853 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 22 Nov 1935 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA; buried in Edison Cemetery, Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA. She married on 25 Dec 1872 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA Albert E. Hill, born 23 Nov 1853 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA; died 21 Dec 1902 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA; buried in Edison Cemetery, Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA, son of Wright L. Hill and Sarah A. (---).

Notes for Martha E. Doeg

Martha was a resident of Lowell for 60 years and a member of the First Congregations Church. She died at the home of her daughter, Ida, after a long illness

Notes for Albert E. Hill

Albert was a highly respected resident of Lowell, MA and was head confectioner at D.L. Page's candy store for over 20 years.

Children of Martha E. Doeg and Albert E. Hill were as follows:

99 i Clara B.8 Hill, born 1873/74 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA; died 13 Aug 1944 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA; buried in Edison Cemetery, Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA. Notes: Clara never married. She was a member of the First Congregational Church in Lowell. She lived at 440 High Street. Clara worked 47 years for the Fred C. Church Insurance Co. at 53 Central Street, Lowell, until her retirement in Jan 1944.

100 ii Ida Gertrude8 Hill, born 4 Jul 1876 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA; died 12 Jul 1943 in Lovejoy Private Hospital, Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA; buried in Edison Cemetery, Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA. She married on 5 Aug 1896 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA Bernard F. (Bob) Gateley, born 3 Mar 1872 in Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA; died 5 Sep 1942 in Lowell General Hospital, Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA; buried in Edison Cemetery, Lowell, Middlesex Co., MA, son of Patrick J. Gateley and Hannah J. Kelley. Notes: Ida and Bob lived at 153 Fort Hill Avenue in Lowell. They had no children.

 

77. Luther Perry7 Doeg (John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born Sep 1857 in Durham, Strafford Co., NH; died aft 1940 Of Montpelier, Washington Co., VT. He married on 2 Sep 1882 in Nashua, Hillsborough Co., NH Della F. Burt, born May 1867 in Troy, Orleans Co., VT; died aft 1940 Of Montpelier, Washington Co., VT, daughter of Charles H. Burt and Ruth A. (---).

Notes for Luther Perry Doeg

In 1900 Luther was a blacksmith residing at 28 Summer Street, Monpelier, Washington Co., VT (page 162) with his wife Della and son Raymond. In 1910 he was a blacksmith living with his wife at 15 North Franklin Street, Montpelier, Washington Co., VT (page 49). In 1940 he and Della lived at 56 Lanty Street, Montpelier.

Children of Luther Perry Doeg and Della F. Burt were as follows:

+ 101 i Raymond Perry8 Doeg, born 1 Dec 1883 in Manchester, Hillsborough Co., NH; died 27 Apr 1961 in Charleston, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA. He married Florence Rosaline Fleck.

 

82. Nettie Augusta7 Doeg (George W.6, Augustus Manning5, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 5 Oct 1863 in MN; died 15 May 1924 in Fairbault Co., MN; buried in Rosehill Cemetery, Winnebago, Faribault Co., MN. She married on 8 Jan 1883 in MN James Madison Adams, born 10 Feb 1844 in Canterbury, CT; died 16 Dec 1892 in Huntley, Marshall Co., MN, son of Perrin Adams and Susan Baldwin.

Notes for Nettie Augusta Doeg

In 1910 Nettie lived in Verona Township, Fairbault Co., MN with her daughter Myra. In 1920 she live in Verona Township with her father.

Notes for James Madison Adams

In 1880 James farmed in Verons, Fairbault Co., MN (page 147) with his sons George and Daniel.

Children of Nettie Augusta Doeg and James Madison Adams were as follows:

+ 102 i Ray Doeg8 Adams, born 17 Sep 1884 in Huntley, Marshall Co., MN; died 23 Jun 1967 in Los Angeles Co., CA. He married Zella May Forbes.

103 ii Perrin8 Adams, born 20 Jun 1887 in Huntley, Marshall Co., MN; died 27 Sep 1889 in Huntley, Marshall Co., MN.

+ 104 iii Earl James8 Adams, born 29 Sep 1889 in Huntley, Marshall Co., MN; died 18 Mar 1973 in Fairbault Co., MN. He married Edith Mary Saunders.

+ 105 iv Myra Baldwin8 Adams, born 6 Dec 1891 in Verona Township, Fairbault Co., MN; died 19 Apr 1973 in Los Angeles Co., CA. She married Lloyd John Oliver.

 

83. Mary Addie7 Doeg (George W.6, Augustus Manning5, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born Mar 1869 in MN; died 16 Feb 1944 in Ramsey Co., MN; buried in Roselawn Cemetery, Roseville, Ramsey Co., MN. She married in 1889/90 in MN Frederick Augustus Carrell, born 5 Oct 1858 in MN; died 29 Jun 1958 in Ramsey Co., MN; buried in Roselawn Cemetery, Roseville, Ramsey Co., MN, son of George W. Carrell and Eliza Noble.

Notes for Frederick Augustus Carrell

In 1900 F. A. was a physician in Rushmore Village, Dewald, Nobles Co., MN with his wife Mary and children Alba and Emily. In 1910 he was a doctor in Delhi, Redwood Co., MN with Mary and 3 children.

Children of Mary Addie Doeg and Frederick Augustus Carrell were as follows:

+ 106 i Alba George8 Carrell, born 28 Feb 1894 in MN; died 21 Mar 1976 in Ramsey Co., MN; buried 24 Mar 1976 in Sect. N, Site 5373, Ft. Snelling National Cem., MN. He married Effie Alice Reudell.

+ 107 ii Emily B.8 Carrell, born 6 Dec 1897 in MN; died 4 Jul 1983 in Ramsey Co., MN. She married David H. Tutt.

+ 108 iii Dwight Noble8 Carrell, born 26 Jul 1907 in MN; died 15 Jan 1971 in Ramsey Co., MN; buried in Roselawn Cemetery, Roseville, Ramsey Co., MN. He married Helen T. Polansky.

 

Generation 8

 

84. George Curtis8 Doeg (John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 30 Oct 1863 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 15 May 1915 in Providence, Providence Co., RI. He married on 2 May 1884 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH Emma M. (Anna) Duval, born 18 Jan 1864 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; died 2 Dec 1938 in Flushing, Queens Co., NY, daughter of Herbert Duval and Marcelle (---).

Notes for George Curtis Doeg

In 1891 George was a machinist living on High Street, Newmarket. In 1900 they lived at 111 Silver Spring Street, Providence, RI. In 1910 he was a mechanical engineer at 627 Hope Street, Providence with Emma and 5 children.

MARRIAGE:

George and Emma were married by Dennis H. Ryan, a Catholic Priest.

Notes for Emma M. (Anna) Duval

Emma came to the US in 1880.

In 1925 Emma lived at 627 Hope Street, Providence, Providence Co., RI with children George and Mary and daughter Beatrice Huggins with her husband Charles and son Charles. In 1930 she lived at 213 Camp Street, Providence, RI with her daughter Marion (milliner).

Children of George Curtis Doeg and Emma M. (Anna) Duval were as follows:

109 i John Herbert9 Doeg, born 4 Apr 1885 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 5 Apr 1885 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH.

110 ii Augusta Elizabeth9 Doeg, born 6 Nov 1886 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died Nov 1980 in Brookfield, Worcester Co., MA. Notes: In 1920 Augusta was a roomer with George C. Halcott at 7 Shepherd Street, Worcester, Worcester Co., MA. In 1930 and 1940 she roomed with Ruth G. Halcott at 7 Shepherd Street.

111 iii Child9 Doeg, born abt 1889 in NH; died abt 1890 in NH.

+ 112 iv Walter Thaddeus9 Doeg, born 7 Apr 1892 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 18 Jul 1954 in Los Angeles Co., CA; buried 23 Jul 1954 in Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego Co., CA. He married Mary Cecilia McGinnis.

+ 113 v George Curtis9 Doeg Jr., born 22 Sep 1893 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 11 Feb 1952 in Bolton, Tolland Co., CT. He married Julia (---).

+ 114 vi Beatrice E.9 Doeg, born 11 Sep 1896 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died May 1974 in Flushing, Queens Co., NY. She married Charles H. Huggins Jr..

115 vii Helen A.9 Doeg, born 10 Jun 1902 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 6 Jan 1903 in Providence, Providence Co., RI.

116 viii Joseph Arthur9 Doeg, born 15 Apr 1904 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 19 Jun 1904 in Providence, Providence Co., RI.

117 ix Marion G.9 Doeg, born 13 Mar 1906 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 17 Sep 1991 in Worcester, Worcester Co., MA. She married (1) in 1928 in Worcester, Worcester Co., MA Harry Francis Bromage, born 1900/01 in CT; (2) Mr. Plummer. Notes: Marion and Mr. Plummer adopted a girl.

 

85. Thaddeus Lincoln8 Doeg (John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 31 Oct 1865 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died abt 1945. He married on 1 Jun 1885 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI Ermena Eliza Bunting, born 26 Apr 1864 in Hillsborough, NB, Canada; died 13 Aug 1941 in RI; buried in Quidnesett, N. Kingston, RI, daughter of Joshua Bunting and Mary E. (---).

Notes for Thaddeus Lincoln Doeg

In 1891 Thaddeus was a machinist living on High street in Newmarket, NH. In 1900 they lived in Warwick, Kent Co., RI. In 1910 he was a machinist at 193 Silver Spring Street, Providence with his wife Emma and children Winifred, Vera, Ruth, William, Helen, and Paul. In 1930 Thadius L. was the proprietor of a gasoline service station at 1201 State Highway, Pismo Beach, San Luis Obispo Co., CA with his wife Ermina, daughter Vera Tonge and her daughters Gertrude and Ruth. In 1940 he and Ermena lived at 206 Pettaconsett Avenue, Warwick, Kent Co., RI.

Notes for Ermena Eliza Bunting

Burial location not certain.

Children of Thaddeus Lincoln Doeg and Ermena Eliza Bunting were as follows:

118 i Edward Bunting9 Doeg, born 8 Apr 1886 in NH; died 8 Jan 1887 in NH.

+ 119 ii Elizabeth Irene9 Doeg, born 18 Jun 1887 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 13 Jan 1936 in York Co., ME. She married Frank Roger Edgerly.

+ 120 iii Roland Bialow9 Doeg, born 20 Feb 1889 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died Jun 1975 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI. He married Bertha Louise Jencks.

121 iv Earle B.9 Doeg, born 28 Oct 1890 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 16 Aug 1891 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; buried in Rhode Island Cemetery, Warwick, Kent Co., RI.

+ 122 v Winifred Ermena9 Doeg, born 31 Aug 1891 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 17 Nov 1988 in North Kingstown, Washington Co., RI. She married Ralph C Shippee.

+ 123 vi Vera May9 Doeg, born 6 Sep 1893 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; died 15 Jul 1896 in Rialto, San Bernardino Co., CA. She married (1) James Lomas Tonge; (2) Walter Austin.

124 vii John Russell9 Doeg, born 23 Jun 1896 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; died 18 Nov 1907 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; buried in Rhode Island Cemetery, Warwick, Kent Co., RI.

+ 125 viii Ruth Leah9 Doeg, born 20 Jun 1897 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; died 2 Feb 1976 in Orange Co., CA. She married Richard Theodore Fortune.

+ 126 ix Wilbur Bunting9 Doeg, born 23 Mar 1903 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; died 6 Jan 1992 in Newington, Hartford Co., CT. He married Lidie Evelyn Secor.

+ 127 x Helen Hazel9 Doeg, born 12 Dec 1905 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died Feb 1995 in Williamsport, Washington Co., MD. She married (1) Arthur Schlessinger; (2) Sidney Francis MacKay.

+ 128 xi Paul Raymond9 Doeg, born 23 Mar 1907 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 1 Sep 1994 in Nokomis, Sarasota Co., FL. He married Mildred Baisley.

129 xii Grace Dorothea9 Doeg, born 10 Mar 1909 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 1 Apr 1909 in Providence, Providence Co., RI.

 

86. Charles F.8 Doeg (John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 23 Dec 1866 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 16 Feb 1946 in Amesbury, Essex Co., MA; buried in Newmarket Cemetery, Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH. He married on 20 Jan 1889 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH Marie Hermina (Minnie) Sinclair or St.Clair, born Jan 1872 in French Canada, daughter of Paul Sinclair and Hermina (---).

Notes for Charles F. Doeg

Charles' (age 3 in 1870) birth year emended from 1867 to 1866 as too close to birth of Leon (age 2 in 1870).

In 1900 Charles lived at 95 Printery Street, Providence, RI. In 1920 he worked in an auto shop and lived at 160½ Ring Street, Amesbury, Essex Co., MA with his wife Minnie. In 1930 he was an auto-body painter living alone in Amesbury; he is listed as married, his wife Minnie living with their daughter Dawn Samuel and her husband Frederick Samuel.

Notes for Marie Hermina (Minnie) Sinclair or St.Clair

Marie entered the US in 1890 and became a naturalized citizen.

In 1930 she lived with her daughter Dawn Samuel and her husband Frederic Samuel in Amesbury, Essex Co., MA.

Children of Charles F. Doeg and Marie Hermina (Minnie) Sinclair or St.Clair were as follows:

130 i Edwin Paul (Eddie)9 Doeg, born 1889 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 20 Aug 1890 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH.

131 ii Dawn Marie9 Doeg, born 10 Dec 1890 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 1966 in Amesbury, Essex Co., MA. She married Frederick Samuel, born 1882/83 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA; died 1949 in Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA, son of Lawrence A. Samuel and Abbie Leavey.

132 iii Laura Ham9 Doeg, born 16 Dec 1892 in Amesbury, Essex Co., MA.

 

87. Leon Austin8 Doeg (John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 15 Dec 1869 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 15 May 1918 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; buried in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH. He married (1) on 27 Dec 1891 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH, divorced Margaret Maud Carroll, born 1879/80 in RI, daughter of Margaret (---); (2) on 6 Apr 1898 in Attenborough, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA Mary A. Cute, born Nov 1868 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 25 May 1940 in Fall River, Bristol Co., MA; buried 28 May 1940 in Pawtucket, Providence Co., MA, daughter of Michael Cute and Elizabeth Mullen.

Notes for Leon Austin Doeg

In 1900 Leon was a mill engineer at 101 Printery Street, Providence, Providence Co., RI with wife Mary and step-children John H. Spellman, Rose E. Spellman, and Mary E. Spellman.

In 1910 Leon (36 NH) was an engineer residing at 64 Candace Street, Providence with his wife Maud and daughter Evelyn. AND in 1910 Leon A. (40 NH) was was a steam fitter contractor at 118 Cranston Street, Providence with his wife Mary a step-children John Spellman and Rose Spellman. Both of the marriage records list him as the son of John H. Doeg and Augusta Edgerly. Was he a bigamist?

In 1915 Leon was a factory steam fitter at 118 Cranston Street, Providence with wife Mary. son John, daughter Rose E. Burkhardt, son-in-law William F. Burkhardt, and daughter-in-law Bertha B. Doeg.

MARRIAGE:

Marriage also recorded 11 Mar 1897 in Central Falls, Providence Co., RI.

Children of Leon Austin Doeg and Margaret Maud Carroll were as follows:

133 i Georgianna E. (Georgia)9 Doeg, born 13 Jul 1893 in Hyde Park, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA. She married on 2 Oct 1915 in Milford, Wocester Co., MA Edward Allen Henry, born 8 Oct 1895 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 22 Dec 1957 in Providence, Providence Co., RI, son of William A. Henry and Emma I. Phillips. Notes: On the Georgia's marriage record she is listed as the daughter of George Doeg and Maud Carol.

134 ii Evelyn9 Doeg, born 1895/96 in MA.

 

94. Frank Herbert8 Doeg (Issichar Wiggin7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 13 Oct 1871 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 15 Nov 1950 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; buried in North End Burial Ground, Providence, Providence Co., RI. He married on 17 Jan 1898 in RI Bertha Stella Kringle, born 23 Oct 1878 in Sacramento, Sacramento Co., CA; died 3 Jan 1952/52 in RI; buried in North End Burial Ground, Providence, Providence Co., RI, daughter of Lewis Kringle.

Notes for Frank Herbert Doeg

In 1880 Frank was a boarder with John O. Dame in Durham, Strafford Co., NH. Frank served in the U.S. Calvary prior to World War I. He registered for the draft in WWI, then a pipe fitter.

In 1900 they lived at 354 Admiral Street, Providence, RI. In 1910 he was a steam fitter living at 25 Lillian Avenue, East Providence with his wife Bertha and children Lilly, Dorothy, and Lewis. In 1930 Frank was a steam fitter residing at 305 Dudley Street, Providence, RI with his wife Bertha, son Louis, and his wife Muriel M.

Children of Frank Herbert Doeg and Bertha Stella Kringle were as follows:

135 i Gladys A.9 Doeg, born 9 Aug 1898 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 29 Mar 1900 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; buried in North End Burial Ground, Providence, Providence Co., RI. Notes: Gladys died at age 18 months.

+ 136 ii Lilly Alma9 Doeg, born 3 Mar 1900 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died Feb 1973 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI. She married Chester Arthur Landry.

+ 137 iii Dorothy May9 Doeg, born 23 May 1902 in Providence, Providence Co., RI. She married John MacInnes.

+ 138 iv Louis Charles9 Doeg, born 24 Jul 1908 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 28 May 1960 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; buried in North Burial Ground, Providence, Providence Co., RI. He married Muriel Martha White.

 

95. Marion Linda8 Doeg (Issichar Wiggin7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 1875 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 28 Jun 1901 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH. She married on 20 Oct 1892 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH Charles William Masen Keniston, born 5 Jun 1874 in Groton, Caldonia Co., VT, son of Ezra H. Keniston and Emma E. Hooper.

Notes for Charles William Masen Keniston

Charles parents were born in NH.

In 1900 Charles was a merchant tailor in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH with wife Marion and daughters Gladis and Mildred.

Children of Marion Linda Doeg and Charles William Masen Keniston were as follows:

139 i Boy9 Keniston, born 30 May 1893 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 30 May 1893 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH.

+ 140 ii Gladis Faolyn (Gladys)9 Keniston, born 9 Apr 1895 in South Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 3 Mar 1990 in NY. She married Charles Matthew Davy.

141 iii Ida Mildred9 Keniston, born 27 Jul 1896 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH. She married on 3 Oct 1917 in Dover, Strafford Co., NH George W. Worcester, born 1897/98, son of Kirk Worcester and Harriett Perkins.

 

96. Elsie Nason8 Doeg (Issichar Wiggin7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 11 Jun 1886 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH. She married Morton Lee Smith, born 23 Jan 1891 in MA; died Dec 1964, son of Carrie Lee.

Notes for Elsie Nason Doeg

In 1920 Elisie was a candy saleswoman boarding with Mahel S. Worcester, hotel keeper, at 1-27 E. Newton Street, Boston. In 1920 she was also listed at home with her parents.

Notes for Morton Lee Smith

In 1930 Morton was a tea room proprietor at 52 Bayfield Road, Quincy, Norfolk Co., MA with wife Elsie, 5 children, and mother-in-law May Doeg. In 1940 he was a carpenter for a W.P.A. toy project at 519 Quincy Shore Blvd., Quncy with Elsie and 5 children.

Children of Elsie Nason Doeg and Morton Lee Smith were as follows:

142 i Morton Lee9 Smith Jr., born 1921/22 in MA.

143 ii Richard D.9 Smith, born 1923/24 in MA.

144 iii Robert Chandler9 Smith, born 30 Jan 1925 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA.

145 iv Carrie Irene9 Smith, born 1924/25 in MA.

146 v Warren Stanley9 Smith, born 1929 in MA.

 

101. Raymond Perry8 Doeg (Luther Perry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 1 Dec 1883 in Manchester, Hillsborough Co., NH; died 27 Apr 1961 in Charleston, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA. He married on 5 Oct 1910 in Trinity Methodist-Episcopal Church, Charlestown, MA Florence Rosaline Fleck, born 22 Jun 1887 in Charleston, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA; died 19 Apr 1941 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA; buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, MA, daughter of Frederick S. Fleck and Sarah E. Bowers.

Notes for Raymond Perry Doeg

In 1910 Raymond was a machinist in an electrical works living with his grandparents Charles and Ruth Burt at 123 Commercial Street, Lynn, Essex Co., MA (page 21). He registered fro the draft in WWI, then a machinist in Charlestown City, MA. In 1920 they were living at 15 Oardis, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA; the father-in-law, Frederick Fleck, was living with them. In 1930 he was a machinist residing at 32 Montrose Street, Somerville, Middlesex Co., MA (page 18) with his wife Florence and sons Robert and Vernon.

Children of Raymond Perry Doeg and Florence Rosaline Fleck were as follows:

+ 147 i Robert Lloyd9 Doeg, born 25 Oct 1911 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA; died Oct 1941 in Medford, Middlesex Co., MA; buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Medford, Middlesex Co., MA. He married Ann Martin.

+ 148 ii Vernon Preston9 Doeg, born 4 Mar 1921 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA; died 6 Sep 1975 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA. He married Minnie Margeson.

 

102. Ray Doeg8 Adams (Nettie Augusta7 Doeg, George W.6, Augustus Manning5, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 17 Sep 1884 in Huntley, Marshall Co., MN; died 23 Jun 1967 in Los Angeles Co., CA. He married Zella May Forbes, born 2 May 1886 in Verona, Faribault Co., MN; died 18 Sep 1965 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA, daughter of William Eugene Forbes and Mary Maria Brown.

Notes for Ray Doeg Adams

In 1920 Ray was a janitor at the Consolidated School in Verona Township, Fairbault Co., MN (page 7) with is wife and 4 children.

Children of Ray Doeg Adams and Zella May Forbes were as follows:

149 i Ruby May9 Adams, born 5 Jul 1907 in Verona, Faribault Co., MN; died 17 Jun 1986 in Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo Co., CA. She married Paul William Brown, born 21 Aug 1903 in Verona, Faribault Co., MN; died 14 Feb 1988 in Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo Co., CA.

150 ii Ruth9 Adams, born 20 May 1909 in Winnebago, Faribault Co., MN; died 6 Feb 1910 in Verona, Faribault Co., MN; buried 7 Feb 1910 in Verona, Faribault Co., MN.

151 iii Merle Edward (Murl)9 Adams, born 17 Aug 1911 in Verona, Faribault Co., MN; died 30 Aug 1963 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA. He married (1) on 24 Oct 1932 in Hawthorne, Los Angeles Co., CA Edith Eleanor Hopkins, born 1908/09 in WA, daughter of Ernest G. Hopkins and Edith Naomi Denning; (2) on 24 Jul 1945 in Orange Co., CA Naomi Ernie Bowles, born 8 Oct 1914 in Acton, OK; died 18 Jan 1994 in Los Angeles Co., CA.

152 iv Orlo William9 Adams, born 12 Oct 1913 in Faribault Co., MN; died 6 Apr 1998 in Perris, Riverside Co., CA.

153 v Child9 Adams, born 30 Dec 1915 in Verona, Faribault Co., MN; died 13 Jan 1916 in Verona, Faribault Co., MN.

154 vi Ronald Dean9 Adams, born 11 Sep 1917 in Verona, Faribault Co., MN; died 5 Apr 1997 in Yucaipa, San Bernardino Co., CA. He married on 25 Aug 1940 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA Dorothy Jean Tipton, born 1921/22 in CA, daughter of Fred Tipton and Minnie Ashburn.

155 vii Dale Vern9 Adams, born 18 Feb 1923 in Winnebago, Faribault Co., MN; died 6 Sep 2006 in Sun City, Riverside Co., CA. He married Virginia Marie Christensen, born 3 Jul 1925 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA; died 12 Oct 1997 in Yavapai Co., AZ.

 

104. Earl James8 Adams (Nettie Augusta7 Doeg, George W.6, Augustus Manning5, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 29 Sep 1889 in Huntley, Marshall Co., MN; died 18 Mar 1973 in Fairbault Co., MN. He married Edith Mary Saunders, born 18 Jul 1888 in Jo Daviess, Faribault Co., MN; died 4 Feb 1981 in Faribault Co., MN; buried in Blue Earth, Faribault Co., MN, daughter of George W. Saunders and Martha J. Noyes.

Notes for Earl James Adams

In 1920 Earl was a railroad carpenter at 202 E. 1st Street, Blue Earth, Faurbault Co., MN with wife Edith and son Carl; they lived with her parents. In 1930 he was a flour mill laborer at 513 E. 11th Street, Blue Earth with Edith and 3 sons.

Children of Earl James Adams and Edith Mary Saunders were as follows:

156 i Carl J.9 Adams, born 22 Dec 1913 in Faribault Co., MN; died 20 Apr 2000 in Faribault Co., MN.

157 ii Duane9 Adams, born 28 May 1920 in Faribault Co., MN; died 8 Oct 2000 in Chandler, Henderson Co., TX.

158 iii Eugene V.9 Adams, born 17 Oct 1925 in Faribault Co., MN; died 5 Mar 1997 in Faribault Co., MN.

 

105. Myra Baldwin8 Adams (Nettie Augusta7 Doeg, George W.6, Augustus Manning5, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 6 Dec 1891 in Verona Township, Fairbault Co., MN; died 19 Apr 1973 in Los Angeles Co., CA. She married Lloyd John Oliver, born 12 Feb 1891 in MN; died 7 Mar 1943 in Los Angeles Co., CA, son of Franklin Morse (Frank) Oliver and Jessie R. Spaulding.

Children of Myra Baldwin Adams and Lloyd John Oliver were as follows:

159 i Girl9 Oliver, born 1917 in Verona, Faribault Co., MN; died 28 Nov 1917 in Verona, Faribault Co., MN.

160 ii Kenneth R.9 Oliver, born 1919 in Faribault Co., MN.

 

106. Alba George8 Carrell (Mary Addie7 Doeg, George W.6, Augustus Manning5, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 28 Feb 1894 in MN; died 21 Mar 1976 in Ramsey Co., MN; buried 24 Mar 1976 in Sect. N, Site 5373, Ft. Snelling National Cem., MN. He married Effie Alice Reudell, born 26 Dec 1896 in MN; died 1 Nov 1973 in Ramsey Co., MN; buried 5 Nov 1973 in Sect. N, Site 5373, Ft. Snelling National Cem., MN.

Notes for Alba George Carrell

In 1930 Alba was an engineer at the city airport at 90 W. Isabel Street, St. Paul, Ramsey Co., MN with wife Effie, children Robert and Ruth, and sister-in-law Vera B. Reudell. In 1940 he was a janitor and engineer at the airport at 369 Stryker Avenue, St. Paul with Effie, 4 children, and sister-in-law Vera R. Constable.

Children of Alba George Carrell and Effie Alice Reudell were as follows:

161 i Robert F.9 Carrell, born 1922/23 in MN.

+ 162 ii Ruth Jeanne9 Carrell, born 1927 in MN. She married William Clinton Terry.

+ 163 iii Rita Maryann9 Carrell, born 1931/32 in MN. She married Albert Frederick Schlief.

+ 164 iv Rosalee9 Carrell, born 1936/37 in MN. She married Leonard Arthur Schally.

 

107. Emily B.8 Carrell (Mary Addie7 Doeg, George W.6, Augustus Manning5, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 6 Dec 1897 in MN; died 4 Jul 1983 in Ramsey Co., MN. She married David H. Tutt, born 12 Feb 1890 in IA; died 25 Sep 1969 in Ramsey Co., MN, son of Miss Wall.

Notes for David H. Tutt

In 1930 David lived in Ellsborough, Murray Co., MN with wife Emily and 3 children. In 1940 he was a laborer doing road work for the W.P.A. at 2360 Hampden Avenue, St. Paul, Ramsey Co., MN with Emily and 7 children.

Children of Emily B. Carrell and David H. Tutt were as follows:

165 i Darrell A.9 Tutt, born 1922/23 in MN.

166 ii David E.9 Tutt, born 1924/25 in MN.

167 iii Eva Ann9 Tutt, born 1927/28 in MN.

168 iv Betty Jean9 Tutt, born 1931/32 in MN.

169 v Roy P.9 Tutt, born 1933/34 in MN.

170 vi Amy Louise9 Tutt, born 15 Oct 1938 in Ramsey Co., MN.

171 vii Elsie Mae9 Tutt, born 14 Nov 1939 in Ramsey Co., MN.

 

108. Dwight Noble8 Carrell (Mary Addie7 Doeg, George W.6, Augustus Manning5, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 26 Jul 1907 in MN; died 15 Jan 1971 in Ramsey Co., MN; buried in Roselawn Cemetery, Roseville, Ramsey Co., MN. He married Helen T. Polansky, born 3 Feb 1911 in MN; died 28 Feb 1985 in Watonwan Co., MN; buried in Roselawn Cemetery, Roseville, Ramsay Co., MN, daughter of Frank Polansky and Susan (---).

Notes for Dwight Noble Carrell

In 1940 Dwight was a skilled laborer for a machinery manufacturer at 1721 Minnehaha West, St. Paul, Ramsey Co., MN with wife Helen and 4 children.

Children of Dwight Noble Carrell and Helen T. Polansky were as follows:

172 i Emmett D.9 Carrell, born 1930/31 in MN.

173 ii Bruce J.9 Carrell, born 28 Feb 1932 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., MN; died 5 Aug 2004 in Akron, OH. Notes: Bruce J. Carrell, 72, died August 5, 2004. Mr. Carrell was born in St. Paul, MN and graduated from the University of Minnesota. He served in the Korean Conflict as an Artillery Sergeant in C Battery from 1952-1954 and was the recipient of two Bronze Stars. In 1959, Bruce moved to Barberton and was the Director of Junior Achievement. For 20 years he taught industrial art at Thornton Junior High and Woodridge High School. During the summer months he worked as Brakeman for AC & Y Railroad. His memberships include Firestone Post VFW 3383 and Korean War Veterans. He will be remembered for his zest for life, an avid train, plane and auto enthusiast and card player, but most of all his love for friends and family. He is survived by his children, Kathleen (Frank) Prasnal, James (Darlene), David (Caroline), Karen (Stephen) Frascello and Thomas (Beth); 17 grandchildren; sister, Collette (Terry) Stone; brothers, Emmett (Mary) and Greg (Bonnie); special companion, Ginnie Abell and many nieces, nephews, friends and coworkers. Calling hours will be Monday 2-4 and 6-8 at the Dunn-Quigley Ciriello & Carr Funeral Home (811 Grant St, Akron, OH), where the funeral service will be Tuesday 10:00 a.m. Interment at the Western Reserve National Cemetery. The Family suggest memorials to the Lung or Diabetes Association.

174 iii Collette M.9 Carrell, born 1934/35 in MN.

175 iv Gregory Denis9 Carrell, born 10 Feb 1939 in Ramsey Co., MN.

 

Generation 9

 

112. Walter Thaddeus9 Doeg (George Curtis8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 7 Apr 1892 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 18 Jul 1954 in Los Angeles Co., CA; buried 23 Jul 1954 in Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego Co., CA. He married Mary Cecilia McGinnis, born 13 Oct 1890 in Steubenville, Jefferson Co., OH; died 21 Jul 1964 in Lubbock, Lubbock Co., TX, daughter of Hugh W. McGinnis and Margaret A. Mahon.

Notes for Walter Thaddeus Doeg

Walter served in the Air Force in World War I; he was overweight and served as an instructor. In 1930 Walter was at Coco Solo Air Station, Cristobal District, Panama Canal (page 6). He with Mary and son Walter returned on the ship S/S Sixoala to New York City on 4 July 1931. In 1935 he was in the US Navy in Escambia Co., FL with wife Mary and son Walter Jr.

Notes for Mary Cecilia McGinnis

In 1954 Mary lived at 2244 Stanbridge Avenue, Long Beach, CA.

Children of Walter Thaddeus Doeg and Mary Cecilia McGinnis were as follows:

176 i Walter James10 Doeg, born 26 Apr 1931 in Canal Zone, Panama; died 20 Sep 1999 in Lubbock, Lubbock Co., TX.

 

113. George Curtis9 Doeg Jr. (George Curtis8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 22 Sep 1893 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 11 Feb 1952 in Bolton, Tolland Co., CT. He married Julia (---), born 10 Jun 1895 in Norway; died Dec 1982 in Oslo, Norway.

Notes for George Curtis Doeg Jr.

George registered for the draft in WWI in Providence, at the time single and a machinist. In 1930 George was a chauffer living at 427 Lora Avenue, Providence, RI with his wife Julia and a son listed as "living" with no age and born in Norway. In 1935 and 1940 he was a machinist at 148 Pitman Street, Providence with Julia and son Irving.

Notes for Julia (---)

Julia became a naturalized US citizen.

Children of George Curtis Doeg Jr. and Julia (---) were as follows:

177 i Irving H.10 Doeg, born 5 Aug 1917 in Norway; died 7 May 1977 in Lake Worth, Palm Beach Co., FL. Notes: Irving was a US Citizen born abroad. In 1940 he was a seaman in the US Navy, having enlisted on 8 July 1939.

 

114. Beatrice E.9 Doeg (George Curtis8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 11 Sep 1896 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died May 1974 in Flushing, Queens Co., NY. She married Charles H. Huggins Jr., born 17 Oct 1897 in RI; died Jan 1976 in Flushing, Queens Co., NY, son of Charles H. Huggins and Marguerite G. (Margaret) (---).

Notes for Charles H. Huggins Jr.

In 1930 Charles worked in a mill and lived at 95 Rockingham Avenue, Providence, RI with his wife Beathrice and sons Charles and Donald. In 1940 he was a researcher for a wholesale textile company at 146 Delaware, Queens, NY with Beatrice, sons Charles and Donald, and sister-in-law Marian Doeg (saleslady for a retail pattern co.).

Children of Beatrice E. Doeg and Charles H. Huggins Jr. were as follows:

178 i Charles Robert10 Huggins, born 19 Jul 1922 in RI; died 6 Oct 1997 in Block Island, Washington Co., RI.

+ 179 ii Donald G.10 Huggins, born 13 Nov 1925 in RI; died 18 Sep 2009 in Block Island, Washington Co., RI. He married Jane C. Colgan.

 

119. Elizabeth Irene9 Doeg (Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 18 Jun 1887 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 13 Jan 1936 in York Co., ME. She married on 3 Mar 1907 in Norwood, RI Frank Roger Edgerly, born 25 Apr 1882 in Dover, Strafford Co., NH; died 15 Nov 1954 in York Co., ME; buried in Rhode Island Cemetery, Warwick, Kent Co., RI, son of Frank Edgar Edgerly and Jane Lovina (Jennie) Hussey.

Notes for Frank Roger Edgerly

In 1940 Frank was a maintenance mechanic at a silk finishing house on Newmarket Road, Durham, Strafford Co., NH with his son F. Roger Jr. and daughter Doris Twombly and family.

Children of Elizabeth Irene Doeg and Frank Roger Edgerly were as follows:

180 i Frank Roger10 Edgerly Jr., born 8 May 1911 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 10 Oct 1974 in Martin Co., FL.

+ 181 ii Doris Elizabeth10 Edgerly, born 24 Aug 1913 in Norwood, RI; died 2 Nov 2003 in York Co., ME. She married Clayton B. Twombly.

+ 182 iii Robert Doeg10 Edgerly, born 14 Oct 1915 in Brooklyn, NY. He married (1) Frances E. Farrell; (2) Elizabeth Holland.

 

120. Roland Bialow9 Doeg (Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 20 Feb 1889 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died Jun 1975 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI. He married on 21 Apr 1915 in RI Bertha Louise Jencks, born 17 Sep 1890 in Valley Falls, RI; died Mar 1974 in RI, daughter of Sereno T. Jencks and Nellie F. (---).

Notes for Roland Bialow Doeg

Roland registered for the draft in WWI in Cranston City, RI, at the time a tool maker and machinist. In 1920 Roland was a toolmaker in a machine shop living at 85 Chestnut Avenue, Providence, RI with his wife Bertha, children Erma and Robert, and his sister Vera M (stenographer in an oil office). In 1920 Roland was also reported in the census living at 613 22nd Street, Washington D.C., a machinist lodging with William M. Glover. In 1930 Roland was a toolmaker residing at 46 Pettaconsett Avenue, Warwick, Kent Co., RI with his wife Bertha, children Erma and Robert, and a boarder Elmer Edgerly (93 Canada). In 1940 he was a toolmaker for a jewlery company at 196 Pettaconsett Avenue with with Bertha and Erma and Robert.

Children of Roland Bialow Doeg and Bertha Louise Jencks were as follows:

+ 183 i Erma Frances10 Doeg, born 5 Aug 1916 in Cranston, Providence Co., RI; died 2 Nov 2009 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; buried in Rhode Island Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Exeter, Washington Co., RI. She married Edward F. Cunningham.

+ 184 ii Robert Lincoln10 Doeg, born 29 Mar 1919 in Cranston, RI; died 7 Mar 1999 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI. He married Virginia Velander.

 

122. Winifred Ermena9 Doeg (Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 31 Aug 1891 in Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 17 Nov 1988 in North Kingstown, Washington Co., RI. She married on 5 Apr 1911 in RI Ralph C Shippee, born 8 Dec 1884 in RI; died May 1967 in North Kingstown, Washington Co., RI, son of Frank Clarence Shippee and Anna Lillian Tourgee.

Notes for Ralph C Shippee

Ralph was a master mechanic. In 1930 he was a millwright on Camp Avenue, North Kingstown, Washington Co., RI with wife Winifred and daughter Pearl.

Children of Winifred Ermena Doeg and Ralph C Shippee were as follows:

+ 185 i Pearl Ermena10 Shippee, born 30 Jul 1914 in Norwood, RI. She married Roscoe B. Gardiner.

 

123. Vera May9 Doeg (Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 6 Sep 1893 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; died 15 Jul 1896 in Rialto, San Bernardino Co., CA. She married (1) on 22 Sep 1920 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI, divorced James Lomas Tonge, born 27 May 1894 in Apponaug, Warwick, Kent Co., RI; died 1953 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; buried in Brayton Cemetery, Warwick, Kent Co., RI, son of Harry Tonge and Agnes (---); (2) Walter Austin.

Notes for James Lomas Tonge

In 1942 James registered for the Draft for WWII; at the time he worked for the Industrial Trust Co. in Providnce. RI.

Children of Vera May Doeg and James Lomas Tonge were as follows:

+ 186 i Gertrude Virginia10 Tonge, born 21 Dec 1921 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 23 Oct 2009 in Goshen, Elkhart Co., IN. She married Harold Powell.

+ 187 ii Ruth Marilyn10 Tonge, born 18 Jan 1924 in Norwood, RI. She married James Robbins.

 

125. Ruth Leah9 Doeg (Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 20 Jun 1897 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; died 2 Feb 1976 in Orange Co., CA. She married on 25 Jun 1921 Richard Theodore Fortune, born 14 Aug 1897 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 7 Mar 1955 in Santa Cruz Co., CA, son of Richard Fortune and Margaret (---).

Notes for Ruth Leah Doeg

In 1940 Ruth was a resturant cook at 4221 El Dorado Street, Riverside, Riverside Co., CA with 4 children.

Notes for Richard Theodore Fortune

In 1930 Richard was a boot salesman residing at 4622 Merrill Avenue, Riverside, Riverside Co., CA with his wife Ruth and 4 chilren.

Children of Ruth Leah Doeg and Richard Theodore Fortune were as follows:

+ 188 i Jessie Ermena10 Fortune, born 10 Apr 1922 in Kern Co., CA. She married Raymond D. Morelock.

189 ii Ruth Novella10 Fortune, born 13 Oct 1925 in Kern Co., CA; died 7 Aug 1943 in Riverside, Riverside Co., CA.

+ 190 iii Richard Lincoln10 Fortune, born 4 Sep 1928 in Kern Co., CA. He married Helen Garey Truesdell.

191 iv Rowena Fern10 Fortune, born 17 Sep 1929 in Kern Co., CA. She married on 17 Nov 1950 in RIverside Co., CA Galen N. Hall, born 12 Nov 1929.

 

126. Wilbur Bunting9 Doeg (Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 23 Mar 1903 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; died 6 Jan 1992 in Newington, Hartford Co., CT. He married on 23 Jun 1928 Lidie Evelyn Secor, born 3 Dec 1907 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; died 12 Apr 1993 in Newington, Hartford Co., CT, daughter of William G. Secor and Clara A. (---).

Notes for Wilbur Bunting Doeg

In 1930 Wilbur lived in Queens, Queens Co., NY (page 15) with his wife Lidie and daughter June. In 1940 he was a clerk for Edison Co. at 8536 115th Street, Queens with Lidie and 3 children. He last worked for Consolidated Edison and lived at 5 Whiteside Street, Newington, Hartford Co., CT.

Notes for Lidie Evelyn Secor

Lidie last lived at 240 Church Street, Newington, Hartford Co., CT.

Children of Wilbur Bunting Doeg and Lidie Evelyn Secor were as follows:

+ 192 i June Adele10 Doeg, born 6 Jul 1929 in Queens, Queens Co., NY; died 12 Oct 2011 in Heather Point, La Selva Beach, Santa Cruz Co., CA. She married Peter (Pete) Cartwright.

193 ii Russell Everett10 Doeg, born 23 Feb 1931 in Queens, Queens Co., NY. He married in 1958 in NY Carol Johanna Stubbe, born abt 1936 Of Queens, NY, daughter of Charles H. Stubbe.

+ 194 iii Donald Secor10 Doeg, born 12 Jan 1934 in Queens, Queens Co., NY. He married Phillis Quinter.

195 iv Nancy Elizabeth10 Doeg, born 29 Mar 1948 in Richmond Hill, NY.

 

127. Helen Hazel9 Doeg (Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 12 Dec 1905 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died Feb 1995 in Williamsport, Washington Co., MD. She married (1) on 18 Sep 1926 in Brooklyn, NY, divorced Arthur Schlessinger, born 29 Mar 1902 in Brooklyn, NY; died Sep 1983 in Pasadena, Anne Arundel Co., MD, son of Alexander H. Schlessinger and Sophie (---); (2) on 14 Apr 1945 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI Sidney Francis MacKay, born 29 Dec 1905 in Sidney Mines, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada; died 2 Mar 1993 in Williamsport, Washington Co., MD, son of St.Clair MacKay and Janet (---).

Notes for Sidney Francis MacKay

Sidney arrived in the US on 11 Oct 1911 at Vanceboro, ME and became a naturalized US citizen on 27 Sept 1939 in Providence, RI.

Children of Helen Hazel Doeg and Arthur Schlessinger were as follows:

+ 196 i Hazel Joan10 Schlessinger, born 24 Oct 1928 in Brooklyn, NY; died 31 Aug 1958. She married John Carroll Goodnight.

+ 197 ii Jean Barbara10 Schlessinger, born 27 Mar 1931 in Easton, MD. She married (1) William Henry Weber; (2) John Carroll Goodnight.

 

128. Paul Raymond9 Doeg (Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 23 Mar 1907 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 1 Sep 1994 in Nokomis, Sarasota Co., FL. He married on 27 Sep 1929 Mildred Baisley, born 14 May 1909; died 21 Nov 1999 in Gilsum, Cheshire Co., NH.

Children of Paul Raymond Doeg and Mildred Baisley were as follows:

+ 198 i Marilyn Barbara10 Doeg, born 18 Aug 1931 in NY. She married LeRoy R. Lincoln Jr..

 

136. Lilly Alma9 Doeg (Frank Herbert8, Issichar Wiggin7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 3 Mar 1900 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died Feb 1973 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI. She married on 9 May 1922 in Providence, Providence Co., RI Chester Arthur Landry, born 30 Aug 1889 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died Jun 1982 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI, son of Charles Landry and Mary J. (---).

Notes for Chester Arthur Landry

In 1930 Chester was a gas fitter residing at 58 Oak Street, Providence, RI with his wife Lillie and sons Chester and Lewis. In 1940 he was a gas company reapairman 40 Lime Avenue, Warwick, Kent Co., RI with Lilly and their two sons. Chester painted as a hobby.

Children of Lilly Alma Doeg and Chester Arthur Landry were as follows:

+ 199 i Chester Arthur10 Landry Jr., born 29 Dec 1925 in Providence, Providence Co., RI. He married Maureen Kelley.

200 ii Lewis Frank10 Landry, born 5 Aug 1927 in Providence, Providence Co., RI.

 

137. Dorothy May9 Doeg (Frank Herbert8, Issichar Wiggin7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 23 May 1902 in Providence, Providence Co., RI. She married on 30 Jun 1923 in Providence, Providence Co., RI John MacInnes, born 10 Jun 1902 in Worcester, MA; died Sep 1971 in Pittsfield, Berkshire Co., MA, son of John Comrie MacInnes and Eva M. (---).

Notes for John MacInnes

In 1930 John was a construction lather residing at 173 N. 14th Street, East Orange, Essex Co., NJ with his wife Dorothy and daughters Dorothy and Barbara. In 1940 he was a utility worker and union organizer at 31 Hollywood, Warwick, Kent Co., RI with Dorothy and their two daughters.

Children of Dorothy May Doeg and John MacInnes were as follows:

+ 201 i Dorothy May10 MacInnes, born 6 Jun 1925 in Providence, Providence Co., RI. She married Winston Francis Armstrong.

+ 202 ii Barbara Virginia10 MacInnes, born 30 Dec 1929 in Rosewood, NJ. She married Ralph Raymond Leitch.

 

138. Louis Charles9 Doeg (Frank Herbert8, Issichar Wiggin7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 24 Jul 1908 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 28 May 1960 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; buried in North Burial Ground, Providence, Providence Co., RI. He married on 24 Nov 1929 in Providence, Providence Co., RI Muriel Martha White, born 5 Oct 1909 in Attleboro, MA; died 6 Nov 1981 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; buried in North Burial Ground, Providence, Providence Co., RI.

Notes for Louis Charles Doeg

In 1930 Louis was a salesman in a market living with his new wife Murial and parents at 305 Dudley Street, Providence, RI. In 1940 he was an automobile mechanic at 204 Pettaconsett Avenue, Warwick, Kent Co., RI with wife Muriel and children Louis and Bertha.

Children of Louis Charles Doeg and Muriel Martha White were as follows:

+ 203 i Lewis (Louis) Charles10 Doeg Jr., born 29 Jun 1930 in Providence, Providence Co., RI. He married Helen Rebella.

+ 204 ii Bertha Martha10 Doeg, born 5 Sep 1934 in Providence, Providence Co., RI. She married Lewis Paul Ciano.

 

140. Gladis Faolyn (Gladys)9 Keniston (Marion Linda8 Doeg, Issichar Wiggin7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 9 Apr 1895 in South Newmarket, Rockingham Co., NH; died 3 Mar 1990 in NY. She married on 28 Apr 1920 in Dover, Strafford Co., NH Charles Matthew Davy, born Sep 1897 in NY; died 6 Jan 1962 in Palm Beach Co., FL; buried in Baton Rouge, LA, son of Charles Walter Davy and Ellen T. (Nellie) McConnell.

Notes for Gladis Faolyn (Gladys) Keniston

In 1940 Gladys was a secretary at a hotel on Belleville Avenue, Syracuse, Onodaga Co., NY with daughter Ellen.

Notes for Charles Matthew Davy

In 1930 Charles did assistant electrotype for an auto company at 1802 W. Genesee Street, Syracuse, Onodaga Co., NY with wife Gladys and daughter Ellen. In 1940 he was in the Bay Pines Veterans Facility in Pinellas Co., FL.

Children of Gladis Faolyn (Gladys) Keniston and Charles Matthew Davy were as follows:

205 i Ellen Lynda10 Davy, born 1926/27 in MA.

 

147. Robert Lloyd9 Doeg (Raymond Perry8, Luther Perry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 25 Oct 1911 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA; died Oct 1941 in Medford, Middlesex Co., MA; buried in Oak Grove Cemetery, Medford, Middlesex Co., MA. He married in Oct 1940 Ann Martin, born abt 1919.

Notes for Ann Martin

Ann was of Armenian descent. After Robert died she remarried and moved to New Jersey.

Children of Robert Lloyd Doeg and Ann Martin were as follows:

206 i Robert L.10 Doeg, born 2 Mar 1942 in Medford, MA.

 

148. Vernon Preston9 Doeg (Raymond Perry8, Luther Perry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 4 Mar 1921 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA; died 6 Sep 1975 in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA. He married on 21 May 1943 in Somerville, Middlesex Co., MA Minnie Margeson, born 25 Aug 1923 in Billtown, Nova Scotia, Canada; died 12 Nov 2009 in Emerald Bay Manor, Cumberland, RI, daughter of Fred Margeson and Marie Morton.

Notes for Vernon Preston Doeg

Vernon served in World War II, and he had as ship sunk beneath him in North Africa. Vernon was a diabetic.

Notes for Minnie Margeson

In 1940 Minnie lived with her parents at 32 Hawthorne Street, Somerville, Middlesex Co., MA.

Valley Breeze, The (Cumberland, RI) - November 19, 2009

Deceased Name: Minnie Alberta Doeg

Minnie Alberta Doeg, a resident of Emerald Bay Manor in Cumberland for a few years, died peacefully there Thursday, Nov. 12, 2009. She was married to the late Vernon P. Doeg who predeceased her in 1975. Mrs. Doeg was born in Billtown, Nova Scotia, Canada, in 1923 to the late Fred and Marie (Morton) Margeson. She was a graduate of Somerville High School, Class of 1941. Mrs. Doeg lived in Hyde Park, Mass., for many years and worked as a receptionist for Dr. Schwartz at his office in Hyde Park. Her many hobbies included reading, Bingo and playing cards. She leaves her son, Raymond P. Doeg and his wife Patricia of Cumberland; and her daughter Carolyn Cox and her husband Gary of Louisville, Ky. She also leaves two grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. She was the sister of the late Violet Phares. A graveside service was held Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2009, at Knollwood Memorial Park in Canton, Mass. Donations in Minnie's memory may be made to the American Diabetes Association, P.O. Box 11454, Alexandria, VA 22312.

Children of Vernon Preston Doeg and Minnie Margeson were as follows:

+ 207 i Carolyn10 Doeg, born 29 Jul 1947 in Somerville, Middlesex Co., MA. She married Gary Cox.

208 ii Raymond Preston10 Doeg, born 29 Jan 1954 in Somerville, Middlesex Co., MA. He married Patricia (---). Notes: Raymond was married. There were no children by the marriage.

 

162. Ruth Jeanne9 Carrell (Alba George8, Mary Addie7 Doeg, George W.6, Augustus Manning5, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 1927 in MN. She married William Clinton Terry.

Children of Ruth Jeanne Carrell and William Clinton Terry were as follows:

209 i Margaret Jane10 Terry, born 10 Sep 1961 in Ramsey Co., MN.

 

163. Rita Maryann9 Carrell (Alba George8, Mary Addie7 Doeg, George W.6, Augustus Manning5, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 1931/32 in MN. She married Albert Frederick Schlief.

Children of Rita Maryann Carrell and Albert Frederick Schlief were as follows:

210 i Kathryn Margaret10 Schlief, born 4 Jan 1959 in Ramsey Co., MN.

211 ii Philip Allen10 Schlief, born 4 Jan 1959 in Ramsey Co., MN.

212 iii Patricia Ann10 Schlief, born 13 Feb 1960 in Ramsey Co., MN.

213 iv Clarissa Marie10 Schlief, born 19 Oct 1963 in Ramsey Co., MN.

 

164. Rosalee9 Carrell (Alba George8, Mary Addie7 Doeg, George W.6, Augustus Manning5, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 1936/37 in MN. She married Leonard Arthur Schally.

Children of Rosalee Carrell and Leonard Arthur Schally were as follows:

214 i Joel Frederick10 Schally, born 21 Nov 1969 in Ramsey Co., MN.

215 ii Mark Alan10 Schally, born 21 Nov 1969 in Ramsey Co., MN.

 

Generation 10

 

179. Donald G.10 Huggins (Beatrice E.9 Doeg, George Curtis8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 13 Nov 1925 in RI; died 18 Sep 2009 in Block Island, Washington Co., RI. He married Jane C. Colgan.

Notes for Donald G. Huggins

Donald was a US Navy veteran.

Children of Donald G. Huggins and Jane C. Colgan were as follows:

216 i Donald G.11 Huggins Jr..

217 ii Richard J.11 Huggins.

218 iii James C.11 Huggins.

 

181. Doris Elizabeth10 Edgerly (Elizabeth Irene9 Doeg, Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 24 Aug 1913 in Norwood, RI; died 2 Nov 2003 in York Co., ME. She married on 22 Jun 1935 in New York City, NY Clayton B. Twombly, born 26 Oct 1914 in Barrington, NH; died 13 Aug 1989, son of Mr. Twombly and Georgie (---).

Notes for Doris Elizabeth Edgerly

Obituary: York County Coast Star, 19 Mar 2004:

Doris E. Twombly

YORK, Maine - Doris Elizabeth Edgerley Twombly, 90, of York, died peacefully on Nov. 2, 2003, at the York Harbor Home surrounded by her loving family and assisted by the skilled care of the YHH staff.

She was born in Norwood, R.I., on Aug. 24, 1913. She was raised in Brooklyn, N.Y., the daughter of Frank Roger Edgerley and Elizabeth Irene Doeg Edgerley.

She was predeceased by her husband, Clayton Bennett Twombly, who died in 1989. Mrs. Twombly was a loving, devoted mother and wife.

Through a strong faith, she raised her six children, Bennett C. Twombly and wife JoAnn of Franklin, Pa., Richard P. Twombly and wife Patricia of York Beach, Dennise I. Holzinger and husband James of York, Natalie A. Nicewicz and husband Anthony of Upper Marlboro, Md., Rev. Frank R. Twombly and wife Karen of Winslow, and Lizbeth G. Randall and husband Robert of Kittery Point; and two foster sons, Ronald and Russell McFarland of York. Survivors also include niece, Ruth Susan Twombly of York. She truly enjoyed her 14 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.

She was predeceased by two brothers, Frank Roger Edgerley Jr. and Robert Doeg Edgerley, and a granddaughter, Elizabeth I. Twombly

TWOMBLY - Doris E. Twombly, formerly of Hilltop Drive, York, Maine, died Sunday Nov. 2, 2003, at the York Harbor Home. A graveside committal service is being planned. Memorial donations may be made to the Harbor Home Activity Fund, 6 Norwood Farms Road, York, ME 03909, or to one?s favorite charity. Arrangements are by the Lucas & Eaton Funeral Home, York.

Children of Doris Elizabeth Edgerly and Clayton B. Twombly were as follows:

219 i Bennett Clayton11 Twombly, born 30 Jul 1936 in Dover, NH.

220 ii Richard Philip11 Twombly, born 2 Oct 1937 in Exeter, NH.

221 iii Dennise Irene11 Twombly, born 15 Jul 1941 in Dover, NH.

222 iv Natalie Ann11 Twombly, born 13 Jun 1944 in York, ME.

223 v Frank Roger11 Twombly, born 3 Aug 1946 in York, ME.

224 vi Lisbeth Georgia11 Twombly, born 21 Jun 1948 in York, ME.

 

182. Robert Doeg10 Edgerly (Elizabeth Irene9 Doeg, Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 14 Oct 1915 in Brooklyn, NY. He married (1) on 25 May 1940 in Brooklyn, NY, divorced Frances E. Farrell; (2) Elizabeth Holland.

Children of Robert Doeg Edgerly and Elizabeth Holland were as follows:

225 i Robert11 Edgerly.

226 ii Edward11 Edgerly.

 

183. Erma Frances10 Doeg (Roland Bialow9, Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 5 Aug 1916 in Cranston, Providence Co., RI; died 2 Nov 2009 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; buried in Rhode Island Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Exeter, Washington Co., RI. She married on 21 Sep 1943 in CA Edward F. Cunningham, born 3 Sep 1916 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 28 Nov 2011 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; buried 1 Dec 2011 in Rhode Island Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Exeter, Washington Co., RI, son of William H. Cunningham and Winifred A. O'Hara.

Notes for Erma Frances Doeg

Cunningham, Erma, F., (Doeg), 93, of Hollywood Ave. a retired office manager for Metlife died Monday, November 02, 2009 at the Kent Regency, Warwick. She was the beloved wife of Edward F. Cunningham for 66 years and a daughter of the late Roland B. and Bertha L. (Jencks) Doeg.

Mrs. Cunningham was a graduate of Warwick High School and Bryant College. She was the devoted mother of Carol C. Bliss, Jean Friel and the late Edward Cunningham; loving grandmother of Christopher, Scott, Brian, Kerry and Allison; sister of the late Robert L. Doeg. She is also survived by 5 great grandchildren.

Her funeral service was held Thursday, November 5, 2009 in the Thomas & Walter Quinn Funeral Chapel, 2435 Warwick Ave. Burial followed in RI Veterans Cemetery, Exeter.

In lieu of flowers, contributions to Salvation Army, 1515 Elmwood Avenue, Providence, RI 02910 will be appreciated.

Notes for Edward F. Cunningham

Edward was a Catholic.

Cunningham, Edward, F., 95, of Hollywood Avenue, a retired plumbing contractor, died Monday, November 28, 2011 at the Kent Regency. He was the husband of the late Erma F. (Doeg) Cunningham and a son of the late William H. and Winifred A. (O'Hara) Cunningham.

Mr. Cunningham was a WWII Army veteran serving as a medic in the European Theatre. Edward was the beloved father of Carol C. Bliss, Jean Friel and the late Edward Cunningham; loving grandfather of Christopher, Scott, Brian, Kerry and Allison; brother of James Cunningham, Rita Brooksbank, Teresa Salisbury, Winifred O'Rourke and the late John, William, Joseph Cunningham and Mary Leonard. He is also survived by 5 great grandchildren.

His funeral service will be held Thursday, December 1, 2011 at 9 am from the Thomas & Walter Quinn Funeral Chapel, 2435 Warwick Ave. with a Mass of Christian Burial at 10 am in Holy Name Church, 99 Camp Street, Providence. Burial with military honors will be in RI Veterans' Cemetery, Exeter. Visiting hours Wednesday 4-7 pm.

In lieu of flowers, contributions to Salvation Army, 1515 Elmwood Avenue, Providence, RI 02910 will be appreciated.

Published in the Providence Journal on November 29, 2011

Children of Erma Frances Doeg and Edward F. Cunningham were as follows:

227 i Carol Frances11 Cunningham, born 2 Feb 1947 in Providence, Providence Co., RI.

228 ii Jean11 Cunningham, born 18 Jan 1949 in Providence, Providence Co., RI.

229 iii Edward11 Cunningham, born 18 Jan 1949 in Providence, Providence Co., RI.

 

184. Robert Lincoln10 Doeg (Roland Bialow9, Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 29 Mar 1919 in Cranston, RI; died 7 Mar 1999 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI. He married on 23 Aug 1940 in Attleboro, Bristol Co., MA Virginia Velander, born 15 May 1921 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI; died 28 Dec 2007 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI, daughter of Ellen B. (---).

Notes for Robert Lincoln Doeg

Robert enlisted in the US Army on 4 Aug 1944 in Providnce, Providence Co., RI.

Notes for Virginia Velander

Virginia and he sister Barbara were adopted.

Children of Robert Lincoln Doeg and Virginia Velander were as follows:

230 i Robert Kenneth11 Doeg, born 4 Jan 1941 in Providence, Providence Co., RI.

231 ii Barbara Ann11 Doeg, born 1 Jan 1942 in Providence, Providence Co., RI.

232 iii Nancy Jean11 Doeg, born 21 Jun 1952 in Providence, Providence Co., RI.

 

185. Pearl Ermena10 Shippee (Winifred Ermena9 Doeg, Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 30 Jul 1914 in Norwood, RI. She married on 18 Dec 1937 in North Kingstown, Washington Co., RI Roscoe B. Gardiner, born 26 May 1912 in RI; died 24 Sep 1989 in North Kingstown, Washington Co., RI.

Children of Pearl Ermena Shippee and Roscoe B. Gardiner were as follows:

233 i Judith11 Gardiner, born 28 Aug 1940 in Wakefield, RI.

234 ii Russell11 Gardiner, born 26 May 1942 in Wakefield, RI.

235 iii Lora Jean11 Gardiner, born 29 Sep 1954 in Wakefield, RI.

 

186. Gertrude Virginia10 Tonge (Vera May9 Doeg, Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 21 Dec 1921 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; died 23 Oct 2009 in Goshen, Elkhart Co., IN. She married on 28 May 1940 in Riverside, Riverside Co., CA Harold Powell, born abt 1915.

Notes for Harold Powell

Harold is a Baptist minister.

Children of Gertrude Virginia Tonge and Harold Powell were as follows:

236 i David William11 Powell, born 16 May 1942 in Riverside, Riverside Co., CA.

237 ii Paul11 Powell, born abt 1945.

238 iii Suzie11 Powell, born abt 1947.

 

187. Ruth Marilyn10 Tonge (Vera May9 Doeg, Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 18 Jan 1924 in Norwood, RI. She married James Robbins, born abt 1920.

Children of Ruth Marilyn Tonge and James Robbins were as follows:

239 i James Lee11 Robbins, born 2 Jun 1945 in San Diego Co., CA.

240 ii Dennis Ray11 Robbins, born 25 Jun 1947 in Riverside Co., CA.

241 iii Wendell Paul11 Robbins, born 18 Aug 1951 in Riverside Co., CA.

 

188. Jessie Ermena10 Fortune (Ruth Leah9 Doeg, Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 10 Apr 1922 in Kern Co., CA. She married on 24 Jun 1944 in Riverside, Riverside Co., CA Raymond D. Morelock, born 8 May 1921 in Riverside Co., CA; died 27 Mar 1983 in Los Angeles Co., CA, son of Edgbert D. Morelock and Edna Elizabeth Arbaugh.

Children of Jessie Ermena Fortune and Raymond D. Morelock were as follows:

242 i Linda Rae11 Morelock, born 10 Feb 1945 in Riverside, Riverside Co., CA.

243 ii Pamela Sue11 Morelock, born 3 May 1952.

 

190. Richard Lincoln10 Fortune (Ruth Leah9 Doeg, Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 4 Sep 1928 in Kern Co., CA. He married on 24 Jul 1953 in Riverside, Riverside Co., CA Helen Garey Truesdell, born 25 Sep 1935 in Riverside Co., CA, daughter of Miss Garey.

Children of Richard Lincoln Fortune and Helen Garey Truesdell were as follows:

244 i Randy Lyle11 Fortune, born 23 Oct 1954 in Riverside Co., CA.

245 ii Guy Dexter11 Fortune, born 9 Dec 1955 in Riverside Co., CA.

246 iii Penny Marie11 Fortune, born 28 Dec 1956 in Riverside Co., CA.

 

192. June Adele10 Doeg (Wilbur Bunting9, Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 6 Jul 1929 in Queens, Queens Co., NY; died 12 Oct 2011 in Heather Point, La Selva Beach, Santa Cruz Co., CA. She married on 21 Jun 1952 in Richmond Hill, NY Peter (Pete) Cartwright, born abt 1925; died aft 1911.

Notes for June Adele Doeg

June Cartwright

Resident of La Selva Beach

July 6, 1929 - Oct. 12, 2011

June passed away in her home at Heather Point surrounded by members of her family and the loving caregivers that have become part of our family.

June was born in New York to Wilbur and Lidie Doeg. She attended Richmond Hill High School and Queens College. She and Pete met in high school and were married in 1952. They celebrated their 59th anniversary in June this year.

June and Pete raised four wonderful children. Ginger and Barb were born while Pete was in the Navy; Ginger in Pensacola, Florida; Barb in Malta. Richard and Eric were born in San Jose, California.

June loved adventure and travel. She lived with her family in India for two years followed by four years in Japan. They traveled together in Southeast Asia, India, Japan, and throughout Europe, before returning to the United States, and finally settling in California.

She and her family lived in Saratoga for over thirty years before moving to La Selva Beach and their home at Heather Point overlooking the Monterey Bay.

Archeology became a passion for June including trips to Belize and Peru. She spent summers in the Four Corners area on excavations of Anaszai Indian sites.

June loved the sea and sailing. For many years she and Pete sailed on the San Francisco Bay. Sailing adventures also took them off the coast of Maine, around the San Juan Islands and off the coast of England. When she wasn't sailing, she found great pleasure in walking the beaches and bluffs of Northern California, especially at Point Reyes.

Her volunteer work included working in a Leper hospital in India and many years of service at Montalvo Arts Center in Saratoga.

June is survived by her husband, Pete Cartwright, daughter, Ginger Cartwright and husband, Jim Tice; daughter, Barb Cartwright; son, Richard Cartwright, son, Eric Cartwright and his wife, Ann their children, Ethan and Kaitlin Cartwright.

A Memorial service celebrating June's life will be held at La Selva Beach Community Church, 26 Florido Ave, La Selva Beach, California 95076, at 2:00 PM Sunday November 6, 2011.

Published in San Jose Mercury News/San Mateo County Times on October 28, 2011

Children of June Adele Doeg and Peter (Pete) Cartwright were as follows:

247 i Virginia (Ginger)11 Cartwright, born 10 Nov 1953 in Pensacola, Escambia Co., FL. She married Jim Tice.

248 ii Barbara11 Cartwright, born 9 May 1956 in Malta.

249 iii Richard J.11 Cartwright, born 10 Aug 1960 in San Jose, Santa Clara Co., CA.

250 iv Eric B.11 Cartwright, born 17 Nov 1961 in San Jose, Santa Clara Co., CA.

 

194. Donald Secor10 Doeg (Wilbur Bunting9, Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 12 Jan 1934 in Queens, Queens Co., NY. He married Phillis Quinter, born abt 1938.

Children of Donald Secor Doeg and Phillis Quinter were as follows:

251 i Laurie11 Doeg, born abt 1960. She married Kevin Hautz, born abt 1956.

 

196. Hazel Joan10 Schlessinger (Helen Hazel9 Doeg, Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 24 Oct 1928 in Brooklyn, NY; died 31 Aug 1958. She married on 14 Jul 1951 John Carroll Goodnight, born 4 Apr 1923 in Baltimore, MD.

Children of Hazel Joan Schlessinger and John Carroll Goodnight were as follows:

252 i David Carroll11 Goodnight, born 5 Aug 1952 in Baltimore, MD.

253 ii Beth Ellen11 Goodnight, born 26 Jul 1953 in Cheverly, MD.

 

197. Jean Barbara10 Schlessinger (Helen Hazel9 Doeg, Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 27 Mar 1931 in Easton, MD. She married (1) on 2 Dec 1950 in Norwood, RI William Henry Weber, born 9 Aug 1923; (2) in 1984 John Carroll Goodnight, born 4 Apr 1923 in Baltimore, MD.

Children of Jean Barbara Schlessinger and William Henry Weber were as follows:

254 i Suzan Veronica11 Weber, born 22 Aug 1951 in Baltimore, MD. She married Douglas Geslois.

+ 255 ii Rebecca Joan11 Weber, born 25 Mar 1956 in Baltimore, MD. She married Alvie Unglebee.

+ 256 iii Jane11 Weber, born 27 Jul 1960. She married Richard Conway.

+ 257 iv William11 Weber, born 23 Jan 1964. He married Linda (---).

 

198. Marilyn Barbara10 Doeg (Paul Raymond9, Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 18 Aug 1931 in NY. She married on 12 Feb 1955 LeRoy R. Lincoln Jr., born 1924/25 in NJ, son of Leroy R. Lincoln and Estelle M. (---).

Notes for LeRoy R. Lincoln Jr.

LeRoy is a minister.

Children of Marilyn Barbara Doeg and LeRoy R. Lincoln Jr. were as follows:

258 i Jennifer Joy11 Lincoln, born 21 Dec 1955 in Glenwood, NJ.

259 ii Judson Carey11 Lincoln, born 3 Jul 1957 in Glenwood, NJ.

 

199. Chester Arthur10 Landry Jr. (Lilly Alma9 Doeg, Frank Herbert8, Issichar Wiggin7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 29 Dec 1925 in Providence, Providence Co., RI. He married on 6 Jul 1953 in Providence, Providence Co., RI Maureen Kelley, born 8 Oct 1932 in Providence, Providence Co., RI.

Children of Chester Arthur Landry Jr. and Maureen Kelley were as follows:

260 i Helen11 Landry, born 25 Dec 1953.

 

201. Dorothy May10 MacInnes (Dorothy May9 Doeg, Frank Herbert8, Issichar Wiggin7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 6 Jun 1925 in Providence, Providence Co., RI. She married on 3 Jun 1944 in Providence, Providence Co., RI Winston Francis Armstrong, born 20 Nov 1923 in MA; died 29 Sep 1981 in Martin, FL, son of Chester Armstrong and Ella M. (---).

Children of Dorothy May MacInnes and Winston Francis Armstrong were as follows:

261 i David Winston11 Armstrong, born 27 Oct 1944 in Providence, Providence Co., RI.

262 ii Dawn Marie11 Armstrong, born 8 Nov 1947 in Winthrop, MA.

 

202. Barbara Virginia10 MacInnes (Dorothy May9 Doeg, Frank Herbert8, Issichar Wiggin7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 30 Dec 1929 in Rosewood, NJ. She married in Sep 1952 in Holyoke, MA Ralph Raymond Leitch, born abt 1925.

Children of Barbara Virginia MacInnes and Ralph Raymond Leitch were as follows:

263 i Paul Raymond11 Leitch, born 6 Nov 1953 in Pittsfield, MA.

264 ii Steven Brent11 Leitch, born 28 Apr 1955 in Pittsfield, MA.

 

203. Lewis (Louis) Charles10 Doeg Jr. (Louis Charles9, Frank Herbert8, Issichar Wiggin7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 29 Jun 1930 in Providence, Providence Co., RI. He married on 18 Jul 1953 in West Warwick, Kent Co., RI Helen Rebella, born 13 Jul 1930 in West Warwick, Kent Co., RI.

Children of Lewis (Louis) Charles Doeg Jr. and Helen Rebella were as follows:

265 i Lewis Charles11 Doeg III, born 3 Feb 1954 in Warwick, Kent Co., RI.

 

204. Bertha Martha10 Doeg (Louis Charles9, Frank Herbert8, Issichar Wiggin7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 5 Sep 1934 in Providence, Providence Co., RI. She married in Aug 1951 in MA Lewis Paul Ciano, born Aug 1931.

Notes for Bertha Martha Doeg

Note: Birth of first two children too close together.

Children of Bertha Martha Doeg and Lewis Paul Ciano were as follows:

266 i Donna Lee11 Ciano, born 5 Sep 1952 in Providence, Providence Co., RI.

267 ii Garry Steven11 Ciano, born 20 Feb 1953 in Providence, Providence Co., RI.

268 iii Frank Lewis11 Ciano, born 30 Apr 1955 in Providence, Providence Co., RI.

 

207. Carolyn10 Doeg (Vernon Preston9, Raymond Perry8, Luther Perry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 29 Jul 1947 in Somerville, Middlesex Co., MA. She married Gary Cox, born abt 1943.

Children of Carolyn Doeg and Gary Cox were as follows:

269 i Michael11 Cox.

270 ii Mary Chris11 Cox.

 

Generation 11

 

255. Rebecca Joan11 Weber (Jean Barbara10 Schlessinger, Helen Hazel9 Doeg, Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 25 Mar 1956 in Baltimore, MD. She married Alvie Unglebee.

Children of Rebecca Joan Weber and Alvie Unglebee were as follows:

271 i Alvie12 Unglebee, born 22 Jan 1980.

272 ii Andrew12 Unglebee, born 27 Jan 1983.

 

256. Jane11 Weber (Jean Barbara10 Schlessinger, Helen Hazel9 Doeg, Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 27 Jul 1960. She married Richard Conway.

Children of Jane Weber and Richard Conway were as follows:

273 i Samantha12 Conway, born 9 Jul 1981.

274 ii Daniel12 Conway, born 1 Jun 1990.

 

257. William11 Weber (Jean Barbara10 Schlessinger, Helen Hazel9 Doeg, Thaddeus Lincoln8, John Henry7, John S.6, Harriet5 Doig, George4, John3, John2, Henry1), born 23 Jan 1964. He married Linda (---).

Children of William Weber and Linda (---) were as follows:

275 i William12 Weber, born 17 Jan 1986.

276 ii Jessica12 Weber, born 10 Jan 1988.

 


Some References used in this Family History

     

      America

     

-----, 1790 U.S. Census, New Hampshire, Rockingham Co., p. 079, 01 05 02 00 00 - George Doig.

-----, 1800 U.S. Census, New Hampshire, Rockingham Co., p. 882, 22010-20010-00 - George Doig.

-----, 1810 U.S. Census, New Hampshire, Rockingham Co., Portsmouth, p. 395 - George Doig.

-----, 1820 U.S. Census, New Hampshire, Rockingham Co., Nottingham, p. 146 - Augustus Doig.

-----, 1830 U.S. Census, Maine, York Co., Sanford, p. 333 - Augustus Doig.

-----, 1850 U.S. Census, New Hampshire, Rockingham Co., Portsmouth, p. 105 - Harriet Doig.

-----, 1850 U.S. Census, New Hampshire, Strafford Co., Durham, p. 222 - John S. Doeg.

-----, 1860 U.S. Census, New Hampshire, Strafford Co., Durham, p. 569 - Sally Doeg, George Doeg, Austin Doeg.

-----, 1860 U.S. Census, New Hampshire, Rockingham Co., Portsmouth, p. 652 - Harriet Doig; New Market, p. 1045 - Isaachar Doeg.

-----, 1880 U.S. Census, New Hampshire, Rockingham Co., New Market - Charles Doeg; John H. Doeg.

-----, 1880 U.S. Census, New Hampshire, Strafford Co., Dover - George P. Doeg; Durham - Frank H. Doeg.

-----, 1890  U.S. Census, New Hampshire, Rockingham Co., New Market - John H. and Emily E. Doeg.

-----, 1900 U.S. Census, New Hampshire, Rockingham Co., New Market, p. 5B - John H. Doeg.

-----, 1900 U.S. Census, New Hampshire, Strafford Co., Dover - George P. Doeg; Durham - Austin Doeg.

-----, 1900 U.S. Census, Rhode Island, Providence Co., Providence - George C. Doeg; Leon A. Doeg; Frank H. Doeg, Chas. F. Doeg.

-----, 1900 U.S. Census, Rhode Island, King Co. - Thaddeus L. Doeg.

-----, 1900 U.S. Census, Vermont, Washington Co. - Luther P. Doeg.

-----, 1910 U.S. Census, New Hampshire, Rockingham Co., New Market, p. 8A - John H. Doeg.

-----, 1920 U.S. Census, District of Columbia - Roland B. Doeg.

-----, 1920 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Essex Co., Amesbury - Charles F. Doeg.

-----, 1920 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Suffolk Co., Boston - Elsie N. Doeg, Raymond P. Doeg.

-----, 1920 U.S. Census, Massachusetts, Worcester Co., Worcester - Augusta E. Doig.

-----, 1920 U.S. Census, New Hampshire, Rockingham Co., Exeter - Issachar Doeg; Newmarket - Austin Doeg.

-----, 1920 U.S. Census, New Hampshire, Strafford Co., Dover - George Doeg.

     

-----, Bureau of Pensions, (Dept. of the Interior, 15 Jan 1898) - Pension of John H. Doeg, lists wife and children.

-----, Massachusetts Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines in the Civil War, (Norwood, MA: Norwood Press, 1932), V, 679 - Gilman Doeg.

-----, New Hampshire Marriage Licenses and Intentions 1709-1961, page 5 - Mary E. Doeg.

-----, Portsmouth Town Records 1695-1779, 391A-B - George Doig.

Batchellor, Albert Stillman, ed., Early State Papers of New Hampshire, 1787-1790, (Concord: Evans, 1892), Vol. XXI, 243 - Mr. Doeg.

Bisson, Rev. Eddy N. and Giroux-methot, Pauline, Repertory of Marriages, Saint Mary, Newmarket, N.H. 1878-1977, (Publication No. 5), 50 - Charles Doeg; George Curtis Doeg.

Brewster, Charles W., Rambles About Portsmouth, (Portsmouth: N.H. Pub., 1972; reprint of 1869 ed.), 91, 215, 235 - George Doig.

Brighton, Ray, They Came to Fish, (date?), "French and Indian Days," [23], "The Eve of the Revolution," [48], "Aftermath of War," [52]. - George Doig.

Chapin, Charles V., Births, Marriages and Deaths Recorded in Providence, Vol. XII, (Providence: Snow & Farnham, 1908), 219 - Gladys A. Doeg.

Chapman, Jacob, A genealogy of Edward Chapman of Ipswich, Massachusetts 1642-1678 and His Descendants, (Concord, MA, Republican Press, 1893), page 72 - John Henry Doeg.

Hammond, Priscilla, Baptismal Records - St. Johns Church, Portsmouth, New Hampshire 1795-1884, (Concord, NH: Typed, 1940), p. 4 - Nancy Doig.

Hammond, Priscilla, Vital Records of Nottingham, Hew Hampshire 1734-1877, (Concord, NH: The Original Town Records, 1934), 53 - Augustus M. Doig.

Smith, Robert Chandler, A Complete Genealogy of John S. Doeg, (25 Handtyped Pages, 1959).

Stackpole, Everett S. and Thompson, Lucian, History of the Town of Durham, New Hampshire, (Portsmouth: Town of Portsmouth, 1913), 157, 160-1, 165, 167, 306 - John H. Doeg, photo; George P. Doeg, photo; Austin Doeg.

Tibbits, Charles, W., ed., The New Hampshire Genealogical Record, (Dover, NH: Tibbets, 1909), Vol. 6, 80 - George Doig.

     

      England

     

-----, Old Parochial Records, St. Martin in the Fields, Westminster, London (#0561143).

 


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