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Descendants of

Daniel Doeg and Elizabeth Douthwaite

Of Whitby, Yorkshire, England and on to America and Australia

 

For linked file PETE1630 with spouse's ancestors click HERE.

 

 

1. Daniel1 Doeg, born abt. 1700 Of Whitby, Yorkshire, England; buried 16 Dec 1740 in St. Mary, Whitby, Yorkshire, England, son of Mr. Doeg.  He married on 30 Nov 1729 in Whitby, Yorkshire, England Elizabeth Douthwaite, born abt 1704 Of Whitby, Yorkshire, England; buried 27 Aug 1752 in St. Mary, Whitby, Yorkshire, England.

 

Notes for Daniel Doeg

      Ancestry uncertain –

May be Peter Doeg was a master mariner from Denmark. He landed ad Whitby, Yorkshire, England. Possible background: In 1494 James Dog (1449-1532) prepared for the Chancellor of Denmark's visit to the King of Scotland (AT). His grandson is noted in a letter dated 20 Apr 1543, Edinburgh, from Arran, as governor, to Christian III expressing the fear that England thinks of reducing Scotland, and seeking facilities for his servant James Dog, who goes to Denmark for muntions and supplies. ["The Letters of James V" Robert Kerr Hannay, HMSO, Edin. 1954, page 302.] See Capt. James Dog [Doig] (1506-1555) on file DOIGK.

 

Also possible related: Margaret Dog christened  8 Dec 1667 in Cuby with Tregony, Cornwall, daughter of Danyell Dog.

 

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      Daniel's son Daniel was christened at a Presbyterian Church, suggesting that he was from Scotland. He or his son Thomas later joined the Quakers. Note: There are two recordings of daughters Elizabeth and Mary indicating the first died as infants or they are the same daughters baptized a second time as Quakers.

     

      Daniel was a master mariner.

     

      Daniel's death record reads: Dec: 16 Daniel Doge was bury'd.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Douthwaite

      She may be the Elizabeth christened 16 Dec 1703 in Ingleby Greenhow, Yorkshire, daughter of Edward Dowthwait. Or, christened 19 Apr 1705 in Coxwold, Yorkshire, daughter of Robert Douthwaite.

 

      Children of Daniel Doeg and Elizabeth Douthwaite were as follows:

+    2          i           Thomas2 Doeg, born 1730 in Whitby, Yorkshire, England; christened 5 Jan 1731 in Whitby, Yorkshire, England; died 5 Jul 1814 in York, Yorkshire, England; buried 10 Jul 1814 in York, Yorkshire, England.  He married Rebecca Torr.

      3          ii          Daniel2 Doeg, born 1731 in Whitby, Yorkshire, England; christened 29 Oct 1731 in Flowergate Presbyterian, Whitby, Yorkshire, England; buried 11 Apr 1739 in St. Mary, Whitby, Yorkshire, England.   Notes: Daniel's christening reads: October 29 Daniel the son of Daniel and Eliz: Doge babtized.

      4          iii         Elizabeth2 Doeg, born 1734 in Whitby, Yorkshire, England; christened 20 Oct 1734 in Whitby, Yorkshire, England; died Infant in Whitby, Yorkshire, England.

      5          iv         Mary2 Doeg, born 1736 in Whitby, Yorkshire, England; christened 24 Oct 1736 in Whitby, Yorkshire, England; died Infant in Whitby, Yorkshire, England.

      6          v          Elizabeth2 Doeg, born 1738 in Whitby, Yorkshire, England; christened 28 May 1738 in Whitby, Yorkshire, England.

      7          vi         Mary2 Doeg, born 1740 in Whitby, Yorkshire, England; christened 22 Jun 1740 in Whitby, Yorkshire, England.

 

Generation 2

 

2. Thomas2 Doeg (Daniel1), born 1730 in Whitby, Yorkshire, England; christened 5 Jan 1731 in Whitby, Yorkshire, England; died 5 Jul 1814 in York, Yorkshire, England; buried 10 Jul 1814 in York, Yorkshire, England.  He married on 16 Aug 1774 in York, Yorkshire, England Rebecca Torr, born 18 Jun 1739 in Nottinghamshire, England; died 30 Jul 1796 in York, Yorkshire, England; buried 4 Aug 1796 in York, Yorkshire, England, daughter of Jaboel Torr and Mary Boothby.

 

Notes for Thomas Doeg

      Thomas' christening reads: January 5 [1731] Thomas the son of Daniel Doge and his wife, baptized.

     

      In 1747 Thomas Dogg, age 17, was servant on the ship "Joseph & Ann." Thomas became a schoolmaster in Whitby, Yorkshire.

     

      Marriage record - partially transcribed from original Quaker record:

Thomas Doeg of the city of York, Schoolmaster, son of Daniel Doeg, late of Whitby, in the county of York, joiner, and Elizabeth, his wife, both deceased, and Rebecca Torr of the said city, daughter  of Jaboel Torr, late of Scrooby in the county of Nottingham, yeoman, and Mary his wife, both deceased, having declared their intention of taking each other in marriage before several meetings of the People called Quakers in the said city, and the proceeding of the said Thos. Doeg & Rebecca Torr, after due inquiry and deliberate consideration thereof were allowed by the said meetings they appearing clear of all others and having consent of relations concerned. Now these are to certify all whom it may concern that for the accomplishing of their said marriage this sixteenth day of the eighth month called August in the year one thousand seven hundred and seventy four they the said Thos. Doeg & Rebecca Torr appeared in a public assembly of the aforesaid People and others in their meeting house in the said city, ctc¿.

Follow a further description with the signatures of 51 witnesses.

     

      York Quaker Records: Thomas Doeg, age 83, late schoolmaster, died 5 July 1814 in York and buried 10 July 1814 in York.

 

Notes for Rebecca Torr

      She may be the Rebecca Torr christened 11 May 1755 at Cathedral Saint Peter, Sheffield, Yorkshire, daughter of John Torr.

     

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      Documents held at York City Archives Department:

     

      Release of tithe to purchased hereditaments at Gate Fulford legatees under will of Rebecca Pacey of York, widow (27 Nov. 1773) to John Robinson of Stockton-on-Tees, Durham, grocer and Ann, his wife  Acc 107/24/9  10 Jun 1775.

Contents: John Torr of Etna Furnace near Philadelphia West Jersey, yeoman, Mary Armitage of Selby, spinster, William Tuke of York, grocer and Thomas Priestman (Priestmran) of St Margaret in parish of St Olave, York, tanner. The people named in the second part acknowledge that they have received their legacies out of a sum of £6.32. The first part release to Wm. Tuke (Trustee of Rebecca, wife of Thomas Doeg and formerly Rebecca Torr), their estate in messuage, tenement or dwelling house and garth in Gate Fulford.

     

      Acc 107/24/10  9 Oct 1777

Contents: Receipt for legacy of £5 chargable upon hereditaments at Gate Fulford devised by will to Rebecca Torr. Receipt from Joseph Torr to Thomas Doeg and Rebecca, his wife (formerly Rebecca Torr, executrix of will of Rebecca Pacy, late of York, widow deceased). Witness Ann Sharp

 

      Children of Thomas Doeg and Rebecca Torr were as follows:

+    8          i           Mary3 Doeg, born 16 May 1775 in St. Dionysius, York, Yorkshire, England.  She married John Pierson.

+    9          ii          David3 Doeg, born 7 Apr 1777 in St. Dionysius, York, Yorkshire, England; died 22 Feb 1855 in Harraby House, Carlisle, Cumberland, England; buried in Quaker Cemetery, Carlisle, Cumberland, England.  He married Esther Ward.

      10        iii         Priscilla3 Doeg, born 3 Nov 1778 in St. Dionysius, York, Yorkshire, England; died 16 Jul 1779 in York, Yorkshire, England; buried 17 Jul 1779 in York, Yorkshire, England.

      11        iv         Priscilla3 Doeg, born 3 Jan 1782 in St. Dionysius, York, Yorkshire, England; died 4 May 1782 in York, Yorkshire, England; buried 6 May 1782 in York, Yorkshire, England.

 

Generation 3

 

8. Mary3 Doeg (Thomas2, Daniel1), born 16 May 1775 in St. Dionysius, York, Yorkshire, England.  She married on 2 May 1805 in York, Yorkshire, England John Pierson, born 14 Jun 1775 in York, Yorkshire, England, son of Nathaniel Pierson and Alice (---).

 

Notes for John Pierson

      John was a white smith in London. In 1841 he farmed in Lastingham, York with wife Mary and son John.

 

      Children of Mary Doeg and John Pierson were as follows:

      12        i           Rebecca4 Pierson, born 1807 in London, Middlesex, England; christened 23 Dec 1807 in St. Stephens, London, Middlesex, England.

      13        ii          John4 Pierson, born 1809 in London, Middlesex, England; christened 8 Dec 1809 in St. Stephens, London, Middlesex, England.

      14        iii         William4 Pierson, born 1812 in London, Middlesex, England; christened 8 Feb 1812 in St. Stephens, London, Middlesex, England.

      15        iv         Samuel4 Pierson, born 1814 in London, Middlesex, England; christened 24 Apr 1814 in St. Stephens, London, Middlesex, England.

      16        v          John4 Pierson, born 1817 in Lastingham, York, England; christened 1 Nov 1817 in Lastingham, York, England.

 

 

9. David3 Doeg (Thomas2, Daniel1), born 7 Apr 1777 in St. Dionysius, York, Yorkshire, England; died 22 Feb 1855 in Harraby House, Carlisle, Cumberland, England; buried in Quaker Cemetery, Carlisle, Cumberland, England.  He married on 11 Apr 1800 in Doncaster, Yorkshire, England Esther Ward, born 1771 in Killamarsh, Derby, England; christened 4 Apr 1771 in Killamarsh, Derby, England; died Jul 1847/47 in Shoreditch, Middlesex, England, daughter of George Ward and Elizabeth (---).

 

Notes for David Doeg

      David was a schoolmaster. At the birth of his daughter Rebecca in 1801 he was described as a looking-glass maker. In 1841 David (65, not Middlesex) was an accountant residing at St Botolph without Bishopsgate, Middlesex with his wife Esther (70), daughters Priscilla (25) and Jane (25), and a servant Betsey Wells (25, not Middlesex). In 1851 David (73 York) was an accountant visiting with the family of his daughter Priscilla Barter at 9 King Street, Reading St. Lawrence, Berkshire.

     

      David died at age 77. On his death certificate he was described as an accountant, Robert Doeg in attendance.

 

      Children of David Doeg and Esther Ward were as follows:

+    17        i           Rebecca4 Doeg, born 29 Jan 1801 in York, Yorkshire, England; died 12 Oct 1866 in 69 Globe Road, Mile End, London, England.  She married William Jackson.

+    18        ii          William4 Doeg, born 17 Dec 1802 in Walmgate, York, England; died 22 Feb 1877 in 23 Etterby Street, Stanwix, Cumberland, England; buried in Carlisle Cemetery, Carlisle, Cumberland, England.  He married Susanna Hope.

+    19        iii         David4 Doeg, born 5 Oct 1804 in York, Yorkshire, England; died Oct 1884/84 in Stockport, Lancashire, England.  He married Mary Ann Macdonald.

      20        iv         Henry4 Doeg, born 14 Jun 1806 in St. Saviors Parish, York, Yorkshire, England; died 7 Mar 1831 in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland, England; buried 13 Mar 1831 in Westgate Hill Cemetery, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Northumberland, England.   Notes: Henry was a wollen draper.

      21        v          Robert4 Doeg, born 26 Apr 1808 in St. Saviors Parish, York, Yorkshire, England; died Jul 1886/86 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; buried in Quaker Burying Ground, Scotby Villiage, Cumberland, England.  He married (1) on 15 Sep 1836 in Tossenham, Middlesex, England Sarah Ann Squire, born 1813/14 in Tadlow, Cambridge, England; died 3 Jun 1874 in Stanwix, Carlisle, Cumbria, England, daughter of John Squire and Mary (---); (2) on 22 Apr 1880 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England Susan Doyle, born 1826/27 in Ireland; died 24 Dec 1896 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; buried in Quaker Burying Ground, Scotby Villiage, Cumberland, England.   Notes: Robert was at first a schoolmaster at Acksorth Quaker School in Yorkshire. In 1841 Robert was a teacher at Brookfield School (belonging to the Society of Friends) at Wigton, Cumberland with his wife Sarah. In 1847 Robert was a schoolmaster living on Scotland Road, Stanwix, Cumberland. In 1851 he and his first wife Sarah Ann (37) lived in Carlisle. In 1881 Robert and his second wife Susan lived in Stanwix.

+    22        vi         Elizabeth4 Doeg, born 7 Apr 1810 in St. Saviors Parish, York, Yorkshire, England.  She married Robert Enoch.

+    23        vii        Pricilla4 Doeg, born 22 Apr 1812 in St. Saviors Parish, York, Yorkshire, England.  She married Samuel Barter.

      24        viii       Jane4 Doeg, born 16 Sep 1814 in St. Saviors Parish, York, Yorkshire, England; died aft 1851.   Notes: In 1851 Jane was unmarried and living with the family of her sister Elizabeth Enoch at Stratford Road, Deritend, Aston, Warwick.

 

David and Esther Doeg - 1845

 

Generation 4

 

17. Rebecca4 Doeg (David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 29 Jan 1801 in York, Yorkshire, England; died 12 Oct 1866 in 69 Globe Road, Mile End, London, England.  She married on 19 Sep 1822 in Barking, Essex, England William Jackson, born 15 Jun 1796 in Gateside, Frostraw, Sedbergh, York, England; died 1861/66 Of London, Middlesex, England, son of William Jackson and Mary Kirkbride.

 

Notes for Rebecca Doeg

      From Quaker sources:

Rebecca Jackson   63 12 10 mo. 1866

Mile End, London. Widow of W. Jackson.

      The removal of this dear friend was very sudden; only two day before her death, in her usual health, she attended an evening meeting at Devonshire House, to which, at John Hodgkins' request, the young had been especially invited; her object in going having been to accompany her youngest daughter home. In the night she was seized with a mild attack of cholera; with prompt attention the disease was arrested, but she had not sufficient strength to rally. She apparently suffered but little pain, and sank into a deep sleep which lasted twelve hours, after which without any sign, except a slight change in her countenance, she peacefully passed from life to immortality.

      It had been a subject of earnest prayer with her that she might never live to be a burden to any one, or lose her mental powers, which appears to have thus signally answered.

      She possessed great power of mind and a very strong will, was naturally of a lively temperament, and high, independent spirit. At one time she was much given to speculative reasoning, which led to her doubting the Divinity of our dear Redeemer; but after an illness, several years ago, she acknowledged that many things had been made plain to her which had before much perplexed her, and that she had been brought to think very differently on these things. Since this period a marked change was apparent in her life and conversation.

      Her husband's failure in business, and the cares of bringing up a large family, some of whom died in infancy, caused her many and varied trials, some peculiarly and humiliating to her proud heard. But these, through God's blessing, were made instrumental to her purification. A near relative writing of her says, ¿She has been an example and comfort to me all her life, for truthful integrity, patience, fortitude, enerth, and unfaltering hope and trust: these natural qualities were, as the discipline of life progress, more and more based upon religious principle; and I know she grew and matured in the knowledge and love of her Saviour.¿

      She was an affectionate and devoted mother, and her children have indeed cause ¿to rise up and call her blessed.¿ Her deep religious feeling, the sense of her own unworthiness, and in later years, her cheerful resignation to the Divine will were chiefly shown in her letters to these. She never conversed much on such subjects, except with very intimate friends, and was scrupulously conscientious in little as in greater things.

      The words of a minister urging those standing round her grave so to live that when the final summons came ¿they might have nothing to do but to die,¿ were strikingly illustrate in her own case. She had long before said that she had no fear of death, and had in outward things prepared for it by giving directions about all her worldly affairs; and though she enjoyed the beauties of nature and felt an interest in what was passing around her, her affections were set on things above, and she was accustomed to speak of heaven as her home.

      Through her children feel the parting much, they admit the truth of the words of their dear mother often quoted, ¿He doeth all things well.¿

 

Notes for William Jackson

      In 1841 William was a white smith residing at White's Alley, Coleman Street, St. Stephen, Middlesex with his wife Rebeccca and children Philip, Rebecca, and Mary. In 1851 William was a master locksmith employing 2 men and residing at 73 Shaftsbury Street, Hoxton New Town, Shoreditch, Middlesex with his wife Rebecca and 7 children. In 1861 William was a white smith lodging at 12 York Terrace, West Hackney, St. John Hackney, Middlesex with his wife Rebecca and widower son Robert (commercial traveller & draper).

     

      Possibly this William, a William Cunningham Jackson died Jan/Mar 1865 at Mile End, London.

 

      Children of Rebecca Doeg and William Jackson were as follows:

+    25        i           William Doeg5 Jackson, born 26 Jun 1823 in St. Giles, Cripplegate, London, England.  He married Frances Matilda Oyler.

      26        ii          Philip Henry5 Jackson, born 27 Feb 1825 in St. Giles, Cripplegate, Middlesex, England.

      27        iii         Rebecca5 Jackson, born 2 Oct 1826 in St. Giles, Cripplegate, Middlesex, England.

      28        iv         Robert5 Jackson, born 26 Aug 1828 in London, Middlesex, England.

+    29        v          David Doeg5 Jackson, born 27 Dec 1830 in Islington, London, Middlesex, England.  He married Sarah Beal.

      30        vi         Mary Kirkbride5 Jackson, born 1 Jun 1833 in St. Giles, Cripplegate, Middlesex, England.

      31        vii        Jane Elizabeth5 Jackson, born 19 Sep 1835 in London, Middlesex, England.

      32        viii       Alfred Thomas5 Jackson, born Jan 1842/42 in St. Leonard, Shoreditch, Middlesex, England.

      33        ix         Charles James5 Jackson, born Oct 1844/44 in St. Leonard, Shoreditch, Middlesex, England.

      34        x          Ellen Sophia5 Jackson, born Apr 1847/47 in Shoreditch, London, Middlesex, England.   Notes: In 1871 Ellen was a house keeper to her uncle William Doeg in Carlisle, Cumberland.

 

 

18. William4 Doeg (David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 17 Dec 1802 in Walmgate, York, England; died 22 Feb 1877 in 23 Etterby Street, Stanwix, Cumberland, England; buried in Carlisle Cemetery, Carlisle, Cumberland, England.  He married on 10 Apr 1834 in Society of Friends Meeting House, Carlisle, Cumberland, England Susanna Hope, born 11 Jan 1804 in Rickergate Marys, Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died 29 Sep 1875 in Cavindish Place, Carlisle, Cumberland, England; buried in Carlisle Cemetery, Carlisle, Cumberland, England, daughter of Joseph Hope and Sarah Latimer.

 

Notes for William Doeg

      William attended Ackworth Quaker School in Yorkshire where at the age of 17 he became schoolmaster at the Front Writing School for 9 years. "He is said to have been a very cleaver man, and was, in his day, considered to have advanced to very high mathmatical culture. His writing was exceedingly beautiful, and, in after life, it was one of his pleasant recreations to adorne and illuminate MMS; and numerous exquisite specimens of marriage-certificates written by him still exist." [History of Ackworth School During its First Hundred Years. 1901]

     

      In 1834 William worked for the Joint Stock Bank in Newcastle. In 1847 William was and account/litho writer living at 10 Cavendish Place, Carlisle. In the 1851 census William (48) lived in Carlisle with his wife Susanna (47) and children William Hope (14), Charles E. (13), Ida (11), Alfred (9), Frederick (5), and Latimer (3). In 1861 he was a banker residing at 24 Cavendish Place, Rickergate, Cumberland without his wife, with children Charles (bookseller's assistant), Ida, Alfred (timber merchant's clerk), Frederick (scholar), and Latimer (scholar), and a servant Elizabeth Sinclair (24 Carlisle). In 1871 he was a banker residing at 47 Cavendish Place with his wife Susannah, son Frederick, sister-in-law Bessie H. Alderson (50 Corshill), niece Ellen S. Jackson (23 London), and a servant Ann Johnston (20 Millhill).

     

      Joseph H. Doeg served as executor to William's will (Carlisle 118). DOEG. - At 23, Etterby Street, Stanwix, on the 22nd Feb. 1877, WILLIAM DOEG, in his 75th year. Funeral at 3 o'clock on Saturday. (Obituary, Cumberland newspaper)

     

      MARRIAGE:

Newcastle Journal - Saturday, 12 April 1834: Marriages. On the 10th instant, at the Meeting-House of the Society of Friends, in Carlisle, Mr. William Doeg, of the Joint Stock Bank in this town, to Susanna, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph Hope, wine and spirit merchant, Carlisle.

 

Notes for Susanna Hope

      Susanna's grandmother was reported to be the cousin to the Earl of Hopetoun, Scotland. The Marquis of Linlithgow has the same family coat of arms: On a field gules a chevron argent in the base a sword, 2 cinque foils dexter and sinister crest a hand dexter holding a thistle. Below is written: MIMO MORI QUAM FOEDARI.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Newcastle Journal - Saturday, 12 April 1834: Marriages. On the 10th instant, at the Meeting-House of the Society of Friends, in Carlisle, Mr. William Doeg, of the Joint Stock Bank in this town, to Susanna, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph Hope, wine and spirit merchant, Carlisle.

 

      Children of William Doeg and Susanna Hope were as follows:

      35        i           David H.5 Doeg, born 1831/32 in Beddington, Durham, England.   Notes: The link to parents is uncertain and based on age, location, religion, same name as grandfather, and middle initial probably stands for Hope. In 1841 David Doeg (9 not Surrey) was a pupil at Park Lane Friends School, Croydon, Surrey. In 1851 David H. Doeg (19 Beddington) lived with Martha Record and family at 5 Beamdson? Street, Hoxton New Town, Shoreditch, Middlesex. He may be the David Doeg, age 22, from London, who arrived at New York on 21 Oct 1853 on the ship "Sir Robert Peel." He does not appear in the 1860 US census.

+    36        ii          Joseph Hope5 Doeg, born 21 Mar 1835 in Newcastle on Tyne, Northumberland, England; christened 27 Apr 1865 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died 2 Nov 1916 in Summerhill, London Road, Carlisle, Cumberland, England.  He married Mary Radford Needle.

+    37        iii         William Henry5 Doeg, born 30 Jul 1836 in Newcastle on Tyne, Northumberland, England; died 10 Nov 1916 in Manchester (Chorlton), Lancashire, England.  He married Margaret Alice Pritchard.

+    38        iv         Charles Edward5 Doeg, born Jul 1837/37 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died 29 Oct 1892 in 21 Burlington Place, Carlisle, Cumberland, England; buried 1 Nov 1892 in Carlisle Cemetery, Carlisle, Cumberland, England.  He married Fanny Robinson.

      39        v          Emily Jane5 Doeg, born Oct 1838/38 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died Oct 1838/38 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England.

      40        vi         Ida5 Doeg, born Jan 1840/40 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died Jan 1868/68 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England.  She married in Jan 1868/68 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England Stewart Lockie, born 1835/36 in Lambeth, Surrey, England.

+    41        vii        Alfred Hope5 Doeg, born 6 Oct 1841 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; christened 18 Mar 1870 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died Mar 1908/08 in Kennington, England.  He married Amelia Corlies.

      42        viii       Emily5 Doeg, born Oct 1843/43 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died Oct 1843/43 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England.

+    43        ix         Frederick5 Doeg, born Oct 1845/45 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died 9 Jun 1905 in 10 Stratford, Burton Road, West Didsbury, Lancashire, England.  He married Elizabeth Jane (Lily) Swinburn.

+    44        x          Latimer5 Doeg, born Oct 1847/47 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died 9 Sep 1894 in Aglionby Street, Carlisle, Cumberland, England; buried in Carlisle Cemetery, Carlisle, Cumberland, England.  He married Eleanor Baker.

 

 

19. David4 Doeg (David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 5 Oct 1804 in York, Yorkshire, England; died Oct 1884/84 in Stockport, Lancashire, England.  He married Mary Ann Macdonald, born 1800/01 in North Shields, Northumberland, England; died Apr 1867/67 in Wells, Somerset, England.

 

Notes for David Doeg

      In 1833 David was a tobacconist in Newcastle, Northumberland. In 1837 he was an accountant in Halstead, Essex. In 1841 David (35 Middlesex) was an accountant residing at Shaftsbury Street, Hoxton New Town, St. Leonard Shoreditch, Middlesex with his wife Mary Ann, children Elizabeth, George, and Ellen, and an accountant John Betts (20 Middlesex). In 1851 he was an accountant residing at 16 High Street, Reading St. Lawrence, Berkshire with his wife Mary Ann, children Elizabeth and Thomas E., and a lodger. In 1861 David was a tobacconist residing at 24 High Street, Bedford & Cardington, Bedford St. Paul, Bedfordshire; he was living alone as his wife lived with his son George. In 1871 David was a widower and civil engineer residing at Bridge Street, All Saints, Worcestershire with his son Thomas and his wife Elizabeth. In 1881 David Doig was an annuitant and widower residing at 14 Brighton Avenue, Reddish, Lancashire with his unmarried daughter Elizabeth.

 

      Children of David Doeg and Mary Ann Macdonald were as follows:

      45        i           Elizabeth Macdonald5 Doeg, born 6 Apr 1833 in Newcastle on Tyne, Northumberland, England; died Apr 1916/16 in Reading, England.   Notes: In 1881 Elizabeth was an unmarried annuitant living with her father in Reddish, Lancashire. In 1891 she lived with her brother George in Gorgon, Lancashire. She did not marry.

+    46        ii          George William5 Doeg, born 21 Oct 1837 in Halstead, Essex, England; died Jan 1917/17 in Barnet, England.  He married Sarah McDowall.

+    47        iii         Ellen Ward5 Doeg, born Oct 1839/39 in Marylebone, London, Middlesex, England; died Jan 1924/24 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England.  She married John George Bowron.

+    48        iv         Thomas Edward5 Doeg, born Jan 1843/43 in Hoston (Shoreditch), London, Middlesex, England; died Jul 1926/26 in Hastings, Sussex, England.  He married Elizabeth Gillett.

 

 

22. Elizabeth4 Doeg (David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 7 Apr 1810 in St. Saviors Parish, York, Yorkshire, England.  She married on 15 Sep 1836 in Tossenham, Middlesex, England Robert Enoch, born 31 Dec 1811 in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England; christened 31 Dec 1811 in Society of Friends, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England, son of Robert Enoch and Sarah (---).

 

Notes for Robert Enoch

      In 1851 Robert was a commercial traveller in the tea trade residing at Stratford Road, Deritend, Aston, Warwick with his wife Elizabeth, 7 children, sister-in-law Jane Doeg and servants Ann Deakins (22 Eckington) and Ann Grainger (14 Birmingham).

 

      Children of Elizabeth Doeg and Robert Enoch were as follows:

      49        i           Charles R.5 Enoch, born 1837/38 in Birmingham, Warwick, England.

      50        ii          Arthur H.5 Enoch, born 1839/40 in Pyle G., Wal., England.

+    51        iii         Amy Jane5 Enoch, born 17 May 1841 in Erdington, Aston Parish, Warwick, England; died 8 Mar 1885 in 78 Cromwell Ave, Highgate, London, England; buried 12 Mar 1885 in Friends' Ground at Winchmore Hill, London, England.  She married (1) Alfred Barter; (2) Henry Dell.

      52        iv         Robinson5 Enoch, born 1843/44 in Manchester, Lancashire, England.

      53        v          Frederick5 Enoch, born Apr 1845/45 in Manchester, Lancashire, England.

      54        vi         Emma5 Enoch, born 1846/47 in Birmingham, Warwick, England.

      55        vii        Edwin5 Enoch, born Jan 1850/50 in Aston, Warwickshire, England.

 

 

23. Pricilla4 Doeg (David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 22 Apr 1812 in St. Saviors Parish, York, Yorkshire, England.  She married in Apr 1843/43 in Edmonton, England Samuel Barter, born 1809/10 in Reading, Berkshire, England.

 

Notes for Pricilla Doeg

      In 1881 Priscilla was the wife of a tobacco merchant in Ireland residing at Maine Cottage, Whitley, Berkshire with daughters Elizabeth Barter and Priscilla Bastin and her three children, and two servants.

 

Notes for Samuel Barter

      In 1851 Samuel was a tobacco manufacturer employing 10 men and residing at 9 King Street, Reading St. Lawrence, Berkshire with his wife Priscilla, 3 children, 2 servants, and father-in-law David Doeg. In 1871 Samuel was a tobacco manufacturer employing 11 men and boys, residing at Main Cottages, Whitley, Berkshire with his wife Priscilla, daughters Elizabeth and Priscilla, and a servant.

 

      Children of Pricilla Doeg and Samuel Barter were as follows:

      56        i           Alfred5 Barter, born Jul 1844/44 in Hackney, London, England; died Jan 1868/68 in Reading, Berkshire, England.  He married in Jul 1867/67 in King's Norton, England Amy Jane Enoch, born 17 May 1841 in Erdington, Aston Parish, Warwick, England; died 8 Mar 1885 in 78 Cromwell Ave, Highgate, London, England; buried 12 Mar 1885 in Friends' Ground at Winchmore Hill, London, England, daughter of Robert Enoch and Elizabeth Doeg.

      57        ii          Elizabeth Jane5 Barter, born Jan 1848/48 in Reading, Berkshire, England.   Notes: In 1901 Elizabeth was living on her own means at 28 Kew Road, St. Giles, Berkshire with her sister Priscilla Bastin, her 4 children, and 2 servants.

+    58        iii         Priscilla5 Barter, born Jan 1850/50 in Reading, Berkshire, England; died Oct 1933/33 in Bournemouth, England.  She married Richard Bastin.

 

Generation 5

 

25. William Doeg5 Jackson (Rebecca4 Doeg, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 26 Jun 1823 in St. Giles, Cripplegate, London, England.  He married on 31 Oct 1847 in St. John The Baptist, Shoreditch, London, England Frances Matilda Oyler, born 1827/28 in St. Mary, Newington, Surrey, England, daughter of Thomas Oyler.

 

Notes for William Doeg Jackson

      In 1847 William was a merchant clerk residing at Dorset Crescent, London. In 1861 he was a clerk to a chemist residing at 20 Princes Street, St. Anne Westminster, Middlesex with his wife Frances. In 1871 he was clerk to a chemist residing at 2 Pooles Park, Islington, London with his wife Frances and son Robert.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Phillip Jackson and Rebecca Jackson.

 

Notes for Frances Matilda Oyler

      Birth also reported in Mardstone, Kent.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Phillip Jackson and Rebecca Jackson.

 

      Children of William Doeg Jackson and Frances Matilda Oyler were as follows:

      59        i           William Frederick Oylee6 Jackson, born 1849 in Stepney, London, England; christened 5 Aug 1849 in Spitalfields Christ Church, Stepney, London, England.

      60        ii          Robert Alfred6 Jackson, born Jul 1864/64 in Spitalfields, Middlesex, England.  He married in 1888 in Selhurst, Surrey, England Fanny Atkinson, born 1868/69, daughter of Samuel Atkinson.

 

 

29. David Doeg5 Jackson (Rebecca4 Doeg, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 27 Dec 1830 in Islington, London, Middlesex, England.  He married Sarah Beal, born 1933/34 in Cromer, Norfolk, England; died aft 1891.

 

Notes for David Doeg Jackson

      In 1881 David was a widower and wood turner residing at 3 Essex Street, London, Middlesex with his daughter Edith and a housekeeper Sarah Browning (31 Greenwich). In 1891 he was a wood turner at 60 Stafford Road, Walthamstow, Essex with a wife Sarah (57 Cromer, Norfolk). In 1901 he was a retired wood turner living in Tottenham, Middlesex.

     

      Note: David is shown as a widower in 1881 but married in 1891.

 

      Children of David Doeg Jackson and Sarah Beal were as follows:

+    61        i           Frederick Charles6 Jackson, born 10 Sep 1852 in 11 Paradise Street, Shoreditch, Middlesex, England; died 4 Aug 1923 in 77 Dudley Road, Birmingham. Warwick, England.  He married (1) Mary Ann Potter; (2) Mary Elizabeth Day.

      62        ii          Edith Emily6 Jackson, born Jan 1868/68 in Poplar, Middlesex, England.

 

 

36. Joseph Hope5 Doeg (William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 21 Mar 1835 in Newcastle on Tyne, Northumberland, England; christened 27 Apr 1865 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died 2 Nov 1916 in Summerhill, London Road, Carlisle, Cumberland, England.  He married on 6 Sep 1860 in Kirk Langley, England Mary Radford Needle, born 1836 in Manchester, Lancashire, England; christened 31 Jul 1836 in All Saints, Manchester, Lancashire, England; died 10 Apr 1873 in Levenshulme, Lancashire, England, daughter of George Needle and Sarah Radford.

 

Notes for Joseph Hope Doeg

      In 1871 Joseph was a clerk for East India Merchants residing at Morton Terrace, Levenshume, Lancashire with his wife Mary, children Mary and Hope, mother-in-law Sarah Needle, and servant Catherine Leedham (19 Appleby, Derby). In 1881 Joseph was a widower and commercial clerk residing at 10 Morton Terrace, Levenshume with his 3 children and a servant. In 1891 he was living on his own means at 3 Wellington Place, St. Cuthberts, Cumberland with his unmarried daughters Mary and Ida.

     

      Probate: Joseph Hope Doeg of 14 Summerhill, London Road, Carlisle retired cashier died 2 November 1916.  Probate Carlisle 24 November to Mary Doeg & Ida Doeg spinster.  Effects GBP 2981 8s 6d.

 

      Children of Joseph Hope Doeg and Mary Radford Needle were as follows:

      63        i           Mary6 Doeg, born Jul 1861/61 in Manchester (Chorlton), Lancashire, England; christened 2 Jul 1868 in Manchester Cathederal, Manchester, Lancashire, England; died Jan 1954/54 in Derby, England.   Notes: Mary did not marry.

      64        ii          Hope6 Doeg, born Oct 1862/62 in Didsbury (Chorlton), Lancashire, England; christened in Manchester Cathederal, Manchester, Lancashire, England; died 3 Dec 1942 in Altrincham, Bucklow, England.  He married (1) in Mar 1890/90 in Manchester (Chorlton), Lancashire, England Edith Ann Gyte, born Oct 1865/65 in Manchester (Chorlton), Lancashire, England; died 21 Nov 1931 in Heyes Leigh, Heyes Lane, Timperley (Bucklow), Cheshire, England; (2) in Oct 1933/33 in Belper, England Clara Alice Hughes, born 1871/72 in England; died 25 Mar 1958 in Manchester, Lancashire, England.   Notes: In 1881 Hope was a bank clerk residing at Park View Marshall Road, Levenshulme, Lancashire with his wife Edith and a servant. Hope and Alice later lived at 48 Oxford Road, Altrincham, Cheshire. Probate: Hope Doeg of 48 Oxford Road Altrincham Cheshire died 3 December 1942.  Probate Manchester 24 February to Clara Alice Doig widow. Effects £446 4s 5d. Hope and Edith had a daughter Margery Hope Doeg born 14 June 1891 in Levenshulme (she married Eustice F. Shell in 1921); and Joyce Wilkinson Doeg born 5 Apr 1893 in Levenshulme (she married George F. Salize).

      65        iii         Ida6 Doeg, born Oct 1863/63 in Whitehaven, Cumberland, England; died Oct 1953/53 in Derby, England.   Notes: Ida did not marry.

 

 

37. William Henry5 Doeg (William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 30 Jul 1836 in Newcastle on Tyne, Northumberland, England; died 10 Nov 1916 in Manchester (Chorlton), Lancashire, England.  He married on 30 Aug 1877 in Chorlton-¿Upon-¿Medlock,¿ Lancashire,¿ England Margaret Alice Pritchard, born 1852/53 in Kidsgrove, Staffordshire, England; died 16 Apr 1933 in Sylvan Nook, Arnside (Kendal), Westmoreland, England, daughter of Edwin Pritchard.

 

Notes for William Henry Doeg

      In the 1851 and 1871 census he is listed as William Hope Doeg.

     

      In 1881 William was a bank clerk in Chorlton on Medlock. In 1891 he was at 17 Grafton Street, Chorlton with his wife Margaret, two children, and a servant. In 1901 he was a banker's clerk in Withington, Lancashire with his wife and two children. In 1911 he was a retired bank clerk at 18 Alan Road, Didsbury, Chorlton, Lancashire with wife Margaret Alice, son Latimer Hope (hotel manager), his wife Mary, granddaughters Alice Wilhelmina and Dorothy Mary, and a servant.

     

      Probate: William Henry Doeg of 18 Alan Road, Withington, Manchester died 10 November 1916.  Probate London 20 January to Margaret Alice Doig, widow & Hope Doeg bank manager.  Effects GBP 3863 18s 2d.

 

Notes for Margaret Alice Pritchard

      Probate: Margaret Alice Doeg of Sylvan Nook Arnside Westmoreland widow died 16 April 1933.  Probate Manchester 19 May to Dorothy Emily Doeg spinster. Effects £5082 4s 2d.

 

      Children of William Henry Doeg and Margaret Alice Pritchard were as follows:

+    66        i           Latimer Hope6 Doeg, born 18 Jun 1878 in Manchester (Chorlton), Lancashire, England; died aft 1956.  He married Mary Nicholas.

      67        ii          Dorothy Emily6 Doeg, born 5 Jun 1882 in Manchester (Chorlton), Lancashire, England; died 27 Apr 1969 in Wharfedale, England.   Notes: Dorothy did not marry. Probate: Dorothy Emily Doeg of Sylvan Nook Mount Pleasant Arnside Westmoreland died 27 April 1969.  Probate Manchester 10 June £9396.

 

 

38. Charles Edward5 Doeg (William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born Jul 1837/37 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died 29 Oct 1892 in 21 Burlington Place, Carlisle, Cumberland, England; buried 1 Nov 1892 in Carlisle Cemetery, Carlisle, Cumberland, England.  He married on 11 Jul 1861 in St. Cuthberts, Carlisle, Cumberland, England Fanny Robinson, born 1833/34 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died 21 Feb 1902 in 39 River Street, Carlisle, Cumberland, England; buried in Carlisle Cemetery, Carlisle, Cumberland, England, daughter of George Robinson and Ophelia (---).

 

Notes for Charles Edward Doeg

      In 1869 Charles lived on London Road, Carlisle.  In 1881 He was a pianoforte (music) dealer residing Thursby, Cumberland with his wife Fanny, sons Charles, George, William, and Reginald, and a servant. In 1891 he was a music dealer residing at 1 The Hollies, Cummersdale, Cumberland with his wife Fanny, sons William and Reginald, sister-in-law Mary A. Nanson (widow, 59 Carlisle), and a servant.

     

      Probate: Charles Edward Doeg of Burlington Place Carlisle pianoforte dealer died 29 October 1892.  Probate Carlisle 26 January to Fanny Doeg widow Latimer Doeg timber merchant & Joseph Walton Hope sharebroker.  Effects £1979 11s 8d

 

Notes for Fanny Robinson

      In 1901 Fanny lived in Rickergate, Cumberland with her sons William (piano tuner and repairer) and Reginald (banking clerk).

 

      Children of Charles Edward Doeg and Fanny Robinson were as follows:

      68        i           Ernest6 Doeg, born Apr 1862/62 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died 30 Sep 1869 in London Road, Carlisle, Cumberland, England; buried in Carlisle Cemetery, Carlisle, Cumberland, England.

+    69        ii          Charles Robinson6 Doeg, born Jan 1864/64 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; christened 13 Mar 1864 in St. Cuthbert, Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died 23 Sep 1952 in Roselands Nursing Home, 30 Thornton Hill, Wimbledon, Surrey NE, England.  He married Amelia Jane Garnett.

      70        iii         George Herbert6 Doeg, born Jan 1866 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; christened 28 Jan 1866 in St. Cuthbert, Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died 3 Nov 1916 in At Sea.  He married on 7 Sep 1897 in Ireland Mary Josephine Haughton, born 1857/58; died 6 Dec 1918 in Tan Alltrram, Hollyhead, England, daughter of Joseph Haughton.   Notes: In 1891 George was a mariner in the Merchant Service residing at "Glenside", Caternham, Surry with his aunt Emily Davies and family. When married he lived at Tan Alltram, Hollyhead. Probate: George Herbert Doeg of Tan Alltram Holyhead, Anglesey died 3 November 1916 at sea.  Probate London 9 January to Reginald Arthur Doeg bank inspector.  Effects GBP 2961 8s 6d.

+    71        iv         William Percy6 Doeg, born 8 Feb 1868 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died 7 May 1942 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England.  He married Elizabeth Crozier.

      72        v          Ethel6 Doeg, born 11 Mar 1871 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died 16 Mar 1871 in Algionby Street, Carlisle, Cumberland, England; buried in Carlisle Cemetery, Carlisle, Cumberland, England.

      73        vi         Reginald Arthur6 Doeg, born 3 Mar 1875 in Thursby, Cumberland, England; died 5 Feb 1962 in Border, England.  He married in Oct 1919/19 in St. Faith,¿ Lincoln,¿ Lincoln,¿ England Ethel Joyce Armstrong, born 20 Oct 1881 in England; died 8 Nov 1969 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England.   Notes: Note: The marriage to Mildred is not confirmed. Reginald was a bank inspector with Carlisle City & District Bank, Ltd., which later became Midland Bank, Ltd. Probate: Reginald Arthur Doeg of The Grove Scotby Carlisle died 5 February 1968.  Probate Carlisle 2 April  £13105.

      74        vii        William Stewart6 Doeg, born Oct 1875/75 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died Oct 1875/75 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England.

      75        viii       Edwin Hope D.6 Doeg, born Oct 1879/79 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died Oct 1879/79 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England.

 

 

41. Alfred Hope5 Doeg (William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 6 Oct 1841 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; christened 18 Mar 1870 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died Mar 1908/08 in Kennington, England.  He married on 20 Apr 1873 in Quaker Meeting, New York City, NY Amelia Corlies, born 1848/49 in NY; died 16 May 1925 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL, daughter of John W. Corlies and Amelia White.

 

Notes for Alfred Hope Doeg

      In 1881 Alfred was a master timber merchant (employing 4 men and 2 boys) residing at 13 Cavendish Place, Rickergate, Cumberland with his wife Amelia and children Ida, Harold, and Ethel, and 2 servants. He returned to America and arrived in New York on 10 Sept 1884 on the ship "Wyoming" with his wife and children Harold, Ethel, and Eric.

 

      Children of Alfred Hope Doeg and Amelia Corlies were as follows:

+    76        i           Ida Hope6 Doeg, born 1873/74 in New Jersey, America; died 17 Aug 1935.  She married Basil Archibald Charles Duncombe.

+    77        ii          Harold Hope6 Doeg, born Jan 1877/77 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died 22 Dec 1917 in San Bernardino Co., CA.  He married Violet Maud Sutton.

+    78        iii         Ethel Hope6 Doeg, born 1878 in Santa Monica, Los Angeles Co., CA; died 10 Oct 1914 in Glenelg, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.  She married Frederick Ernest Abbott.

      79        iv         Eric H. Hope6 Doeg, born 20 May 1893 in Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara Co., CA; died 6 May 1975 in Santa Barbara Co., CA.  He married Emily H. (---), born 9 Feb 1889 in England; died 8 Oct 1976 in Santa Barbara Co., CA.   Notes: Eric departed Liverpool on the ship "Baltic" and arrived at Ellis Island, NY on 15 Dec 1912. He registered for the draft in WWI, then a clerk for the Knox Hat Company, Brooklyn, NY and living at 1134 Pacific, Brooklyn; it was noted he had a physical disability and was single. In 1920 he was an accountant in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY with his wife Emily and mother Amelia. In 1972 Eric and Emily lived at 2119 DeLaVina Street, Apt. E., Santa Barbara, CA.

 

 

43. Frederick5 Doeg (William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born Oct 1845/45 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died 9 Jun 1905 in 10 Stratford, Burton Road, West Didsbury, Lancashire, England.  He married on 23 Dec 1879 in Workington (Cockermouth), Cumberland, England Elizabeth Jane (Lily) Swinburn, born Jan 1858/58 in Workington (Cockermouth), Cumberland, England; died 26 Oct 1892 in Kingsley Bank, Chorlton, Lancashire, England, daughter of William Swinburn and Jane Scott.

 

Notes for Frederick Doeg

      In 1881 Frederick was a commercial traveler living in Chorlton, Lancashire. In 1891 he was a tea merchant residing at 8 Wellington Road, Withington, Lancaster with his wife Elisabeth, 4 children, a visitor and a servant. In 1901 he was a tea agent residing in Withington, Lancashire with his children Gladys and Hubert.

     

      Probate: Frederic Doeg of 10 Stratford  ?? Burton Road, West Didsbury, Lancs tea merchant died 9 June 1905.  Probate Manchester 3 August Hope Doeg bank dealer.  Effects GBP 818 14s 4d.

 

      Children of Frederick Doeg and Elizabeth Jane (Lily) Swinburn were as follows:

+    80        i           John Athelston6 Doeg, born Jan 1881/81 in Manchester (Chorlton), Lancashire, England; died 1 Nov 1955 in Everett, Snohomish Co., WA.  He married Alice Maude Williams.

+    81        ii          Gladys6 Doeg, born 13 Aug 1882 in Manchester (Chorlton), Lancashire, England; died Oct 1973/73 in Cockermouth, Cumberland, England.  She married Albert Edward Duffield.

      82        iii         Alfred Hope6 Doeg, born Apr 1887/87 in Manchester (Chorlton), Lancashire, England; died Jul 1892/92 in Prestwich, England.

+    83        iv         Hubert6 Doeg, born 11 Sep 1888 in Manchester (Chorlton), Lancashire, England; died 2 Dec 1973 in Shaughnessy Hospital, Vancouver, BC, Canada; buried 6 Dec 1973 in Valley View Cemetery, Surrey, BC, Canada.  He married Gladys Davis.

John and sister Gladys

 

 

44. Latimer5 Doeg (William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born Oct 1847/47 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died 9 Sep 1894 in Aglionby Street, Carlisle, Cumberland, England; buried in Carlisle Cemetery, Carlisle, Cumberland, England.  He married on 9 Nov 1891 in Upper Norwood, Croyden, Surrey, England Eleanor Baker, born 1858/61 in Witherley, Leicestershire, England; died Jan 1941/41 in Greenwich, Greater London, England, daughter of Samson Choyes Baker.

 

Notes for Latimer Doeg

      In 1881 Latimer was unmarried and a boarder with Isabella Bell in Botchergate (St. Cuthbert without), Cumberland. In 1891 he was an unmarried timber merchant lodging at 49 Chiswick Street, Rickergate, Cumberland.

     

      Probate:  Latimer Doeg of 1 Aglionby-street Carlisle timber merchant died 6 September 1894. Probate 31 December to Eleanor Doeg widow. Effects L1291 14s. 11d.

 

Notes for Eleanor Baker

      In 1901 Eleanor was a trained sick nurse at 33 Joseph Villa, Great Clackton, Essex with daughter Kathleen and a boarder.  In 1911 she and Kathleen lived at Holland Villa, Colchester, Essex with a boarder.

 

      Children of Latimer Doeg and Eleanor Baker were as follows:

      84        i           Kathleen Hope6 Doeg, born Jul 1892/92 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died Apr 1977/77 in Greenwich, Greater London, England.   Notes: Kathleen did not marry.

 

 

46. George William5 Doeg (David4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 21 Oct 1837 in Halstead, Essex, England; died Jan 1917/17 in Barnet, England.  He married in Apr 1862/62 in Manchester, Lancashire, England Sarah McDowall, born 1840/41 in Warrington, Lancashire, England; died Apr 1911/11 in Warrington, Lancashire, England.

 

Notes for George William Doeg

      In 1861 George was an unmarried tobacconist's assistant residing at 62 Parson's Street, Banbury, Oxfordshire with his mother and a servant. In 1871 he was an iron founder employing 9 men and 2 boys, residing at Dalvon? Terrace, Altrincham, Cheshire with his wife Sarah, children Mary, Ellen, and Florence, and a servant. In 1881 George was an iron salesman living in Gorton, Lancashire. In 1891 he was an iron merchant's traveller residing at 5 Levenshulme Street, Gorton with his wife Sarah and children Ellen, Henry, Margaret, and Arthur, unmarried sister Elizabeth M. Doeg, and a servant. In 1901 he was an iron merchant's clerk in Broughton, Lanacashire with his wife Sarah.

 

      Children of George William Doeg and Sarah McDowall were as follows:

      85        i           Mary Elizabeth6 Doeg, born Jan 1863/63 in Bedford, Bedfordshire, England.  She married in Jan 1891/91 in Manchester (Chorlton), Lancashire, England Adam Laing, born 1865/66 in Scotland; died Jul 1934/34 in Steyning, Sussex, England.

      86        ii          Emily Jane6 Doeg, born Apr 1865/65 in Runcorn, Cheshire, England; died Infant in England.

+    87        iii         Ellen6 Doeg, born Apr 1867/67 in Bishop, Auckland, Durham, England.  She married Ernest Ardern.

+    88        iv         Florence6 Doeg, born Apr 1870/70 in Altrincham, Cheshire, England.  She married Robert Ernest Legge.

      89        v          Henry6 Doeg, born Jul 1873/73 in Altrincham (Temperley), Cheshire, England.

+    90        vi         Margaret6 Doeg, born Jul 1874/74 in Levenshulme (Chorley), Lancashire, England.  She married William Platt Wright.

+    91        vii        Arthur Torr6 Doeg, born Oct 1883/83 in Gorton (Chorlton), Lancashire, England; died Apr 1963/63 in Worthing, England.  He married Beatrice Martin.

 

 

47. Ellen Ward5 Doeg (David4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born Oct 1839/39 in Marylebone, London, Middlesex, England; died Jan 1924/24 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England.  She married on 20 Jul 1864 in Banbury, Oxford, England John George Bowron, born 5 Jun 1833 in England; died 10 May 1878 in St Vincent Street, Sunderland, Durham, England, son of John Bowron and Elizabeth Binns.

 

Notes for Ellen Ward Doeg

      In 1891 Ellen lived on her own means and alone at 99 Leopold Road, West Derby, Lancashire.

 

      Children of Ellen Ward Doeg and John George Bowron were as follows:

      92        i           Henry Edward6 Bowron, born 7 Jun 1867 in 6 St Vincent Street, Bishopwearmouth, Durham, England.

      93        ii          Wilson6 Bowron, born 1 Aug 1870 in St Vincent Street, Sunderland, Durham, England.

      94        iii         Albert6 Bowron, born 1 Aug 1870 in St Vincent Street, Sunderland, Durham, England.

      95        iv         Frank6 Bowron, born 14 Oct 1872 in St Vincent Street, Sunderland, Durham, England.

      96        v          Ida Helen6 Bowron, born 8 Dec 1873 in 6 St Vincent Street, Sunderland, Durham, England.

 

 

48. Thomas Edward5 Doeg (David4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born Jan 1843/43 in Hoston (Shoreditch), London, Middlesex, England; died Jul 1926/26 in Hastings, Sussex, England.  He married on 30 Jun 1868 in Friends Meeting House, Charlbury, Oxford, England Elizabeth Gillett, born Apr 1838/38 in Charlbury (Chipping Norton), Oxford, England; died Oct 1898/98 in Evesham, Worcester, England, daughter of William Gillett and Ann (---).

 

Notes for Thomas Edward Doeg

      In 1871 Thomas was a chemist and tobbaconist residing at Bridge Street, All Saints, Worcestershire with his wife Elizabeth and father David. In 1881 he was a chemist and druggist and aerated water manufacturer residing at 57 Bridge Street, Evesham, All Saints with his wife Elizabeth, daughters Mary and Ann, niece Ellen Hilton Gillett (9 Swindon, Wiltshire), a boarder Alfred Angell and servants Mary Elizabeth Langstone and Alice Boot.

     

      Probate: Thomas Edward Doeg of Hall School House, Weybridge, Surrey died 4 August 1926 at Windy Level Winchelsea Beach Pett Hastings.  Probate London 18 October to Mary Ellen Thorne widow Annie Elizabeth Warner (wife of Donald Warner) and Ellen Hilton Gillett spinster.  Effects £998 5s 10d.

 

      Children of Thomas Edward Doeg and Elizabeth Gillett were as follows:

+    97        i           Mary Ellen6 Doeg, born 18 Nov 1872 in Evesham, Worcester, England; died 10 Jun 1957 in New Earswick, Yorkshire, England.  She married Alfred Bleckly Thorne.

      98        ii          William Edward6 Doeg, born Oct 1874/74 in Evesham, Worcester, England; died Oct 1875/75 in Evesham, Worcester, England.

+    99        iii         Ann Elizabeth (Annie)6 Doeg, born Apr 1879/79 in Evesham, Worcester, England.  She married Donald Warner.

 

 

51. Amy Jane5 Enoch (Elizabeth4 Doeg, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 17 May 1841 in Erdington, Aston Parish, Warwick, England; died 8 Mar 1885 in 78 Cromwell Ave, Highgate, London, England; buried 12 Mar 1885 in Friends' Ground at Winchmore Hill, London, England.  She married (1) in Jul 1867/67 in King's Norton, England Alfred Barter, born Jul 1844/44 in Hackney, London, England; died Jan 1868/68 in Reading, Berkshire, England, son of Samuel Barter and Pricilla Doeg; (2) in Oct 1869/69 in Birmingham, England Henry Dell, born 22 Apr 1839 in Colchester, Essex, England; died 28 Aug 1924 in Holmwood, Winchmore Hill, London, England.

 

      Children of Amy Jane Enoch and Henry Dell were as follows:

      100      i           Amy Elizabeth6 Dell, born 11 Aug 1870 in 408 Holloway Road, Middlesex, England.  She married on 12 Mar 1901 in Friends' Meeting at Winchmore Hill Philip Barton Baker, born 5 Jan 1865 in Trenton, Ontario, Canada.

      101      ii          Henry Ernest6 Dell, born 3 May 1872 in 408 Holloway Road, Middlesex, England; died 14 Jan 1956.  He married Mary Monica (Miriam) Bastin, born Apr 1887/87 in Reading, Berkshire, England; died Oct 1955/55 in Reading, Berkshire, England, daughter of Richard Bastin and Priscilla Barter.

 

 

58. Priscilla5 Barter (Pricilla4 Doeg, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born Jan 1850/50 in Reading, Berkshire, England; died Oct 1933/33 in Bournemouth, England.  She married in Apr 1874/74 in Reading, Berkshire, England Richard Bastin, born Jul 1849/49 in Redruth, Cornwall, England, son of Edwood Bastin and Catherine (---).

 

Notes for Priscilla Barter

      In 1881 Priscilla was a visitor with her mother-in-law Priscilla Bastin with her 3 children. In 1901 sister Elizabeth Barter, 4 children, and 2 servants. In 1911 she was married at Morning Side, Forest Gardens, Lyndhurst, Hampshire with her sister Elizabeth, daughter Mary Monica, 2 servants, and a visitor.

 

Notes for Richard Bastin

      In 1881 Richard was a gracer (employing 7 men) at Normandy Street, Alton, Hampshire with a store manager and a servant.

 

      Children of Priscilla Barter and Richard Bastin were as follows:

      102      i           Alfred Harold6 Bastin, born Jul 1875/75 in Torquay (Newton Abbot), Devonshire, England.

      103      ii          Mabel6 Bastin, born Jan 1878/78 in West Drayton (Uxbridge), Middlesex, England.

      104      iii         Samuel Leonard6 Bastin, born Oct 1880/80 in Alton, Hampshire, England.

      105      iv         Mary Monica (Miriam)6 Bastin, born Apr 1887/87 in Reading, Berkshire, England; died Oct 1955/55 in Reading, Berkshire, England.  She married Henry Ernest Dell, born 3 May 1872 in 408 Holloway Road, Middlesex, England; died 14 Jan 1956, son of Henry Dell and Amy Jane Enoch.   Notes: Mary did not marry.

 

Generation 6

 

61. Frederick Charles6 Jackson (David Doeg5, Rebecca4 Doeg, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 10 Sep 1852 in 11 Paradise Street, Shoreditch, Middlesex, England; died 4 Aug 1923 in 77 Dudley Road, Birmingham. Warwick, England.  He married (1) in Oct 1874/74 in Hackney, London, England Mary Ann Potter, born 1853/54 in Bethnol Green, London, England; died 1895/96 in England; (2) on 17 Nov 1898 in St.Thomas, Birmingham, England Mary Elizabeth Day, born 2 Mar 1877 in Kings Norton, Worcester, England; died 31 Dec 1963 in Acock's Green, Birmingham. Warwick, England.

 

Notes for Frederick Charles Jackson

      In 1881 Frederick was a wood turner residing at 31 Lower Essex Road, Birmingham with his wife Mary Ann and 3 children. In 1891 Frederick was a cabinet wood turner residing 31 Back 2g Lower Essex Street, St. Martin, Birmingham with his wife Mary and 7 children.

     

      After Mary Ann's death Frederick remarried and had about 7 more children by her.

 

      Children of Frederick Charles Jackson and Mary Ann Potter were as follows:

      106      i           Frederick H.7 Jackson, born 1875/76 in Hoxton, London, England.

      107      ii          Albert A.7 Jackson, born 1877/78 in Bethnol Green, London, England.

      108      iii         Rebecca L.7 Jackson, born 1879/80 in Norwich, Birmingham, England.

      109      iv         Ernest J.7 Jackson, born 1881/82 in Norwich, Birmingham, England.

      110      v          Leonard7 Jackson, born 1886/87 in Norwich, Birmingham, England.

      111      vi         Sidney P.7 Jackson, born 1888/89 in Norwich, Birmingham, England.

      112      vii        Violet7 Jackson, born 1889/90 in Norwich, Birmingham, England.

 

      Children of Frederick Charles Jackson and Mary Elizabeth Day were as follows:

      113      i           Harry7 Jackson, born 14 Jan 1900 in 34 Long Street, Aston, Birmingham, England; died 10 Aug 1919 in Russia; buried in Troitza Chyd, Russia.

      114      ii          Ellen Elizabeth Doeg7 Jackson, born 19 Aug 1906 in 42 Turner Street, Aston, Birmingham, Warwick, England; died 27 Jan 1973 in Birmingham, Warwick, England; buried in Yardly Cemetery, Birmingham, Warwick, England.

      115      iii         Robert Walter Doeg7 Jackson, born 14 Aug 1909 in 42 Turner Street, Aston, Birmingham, Warwick, England; died abt 1984 in New Zealand.

 

 

66. Latimer Hope6 Doeg (William Henry5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 18 Jun 1878 in Manchester (Chorlton), Lancashire, England; died aft 1956.  He married on 10 Sep 1904 in Durban, Natal, South Africa Mary Nicholas, born 1876/77 in Bristol, Gloucester, England.

 

Notes for Latimer Hope Doeg

      In 1901 Latimer was a banker's clerk in Withington, Lancashire living with his parents and sister. Latimer went to South Africa in June 1902.  He became a hotelkeeper, successively at the Bluff Retreat in Durban, the Prince of Wales in Durban, the Royal Hotel in Bethlehem, Orange Free State, and the Victoria Hotel in Stranger, Natal. In 1911 he was in Didsbury, Chorlton, Lancashire with his family and parents.

     

      Latimer departed London on 6 Jul 1911 on the SS Inanda bound for South Africa with wife Mary and children Alice and Frank. He departed Durban, South Africa on 29 Jun 1956 bound for England.

 

      Children of Latimer Hope Doeg and Mary Nicholas were as follows:

      116      i           Alice Wilhelmina7 Doeg, born 1906/07 in Natal, South Africa.

      117      ii          Dorothy Mary7 Doeg, born 1910/11 in Natal, South Africa.

Latimer and sister Dorothy

Latimer Hope Doeg

   

 

69. Charles Robinson6 Doeg (Charles Edward5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born Jan 1864/64 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; christened 13 Mar 1864 in St. Cuthbert, Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died 23 Sep 1952 in Roselands Nursing Home, 30 Thornton Hill, Wimbledon, Surrey NE, England.  He married in Jul 1890/90 in Warrington, Lancashire, England Amelia Jane Garnett, born 1861/62 in Penketh, Warrington, Lancashire, England; died 2 Oct 1941 in Fylde, Lancashire, England.

 

Notes for Charles Robinson Doeg

      In 1881 Charles Doig was an unmarried servant to Joseph Wilson in Burgh by Sands, Cumberland. In 1911 he was a pianoforte dealer boarding at 31 Central Parade, Blackpool, Lancashire with wife Amelia and no children. In 1941 Charles lived at Tudor House, St. Thomas's Road, St. Annes, Lytham, Lancashire.  In 1942 he lived in Cornwall. In 1952 he lived at Good Hope, 2 Highbury Road, Wimbledon, Surrey.

     

      Probate: Charles Robinson Doeg of Good Hope, 2 Highbury Road Wimbledon Surrey died 23 September 1952 at Roselands Nursing Home 30 Thornton Hill Wimbledon.  Probate London 24 October to Lilian Ethel Doig spinster & Reginald Arthur Doeg retired bank inspector.  Effects £4527 10s.

 

Notes for Amelia Jane Garnett

      Probate: Amelia Jane Doeg of Tudor House St Thomas's Road St Annes Lytham Lancashire (wife of Charles Robinson Doeg) died 2 October 1941.  Probate Llandudno 28 January to said Charles Robinson Doeg of no occupation Lilian Ethel Doeg spinster & Charles Stanley Hays solicitor.

 

      Children of Charles Robinson Doeg and Amelia Jane Garnett were as follows:

+    118      i           Charles Sheffield7 Doeg, born 25 Sep 1892 in Scotby (Carlisle), Cumbersland, England; died 7 Sep 1967 in St. Stephens Hospital, Barnet, Hertfordshire, England.  He married Freda Francks Balshaw.

+    119      ii          Frances Ophelia Madeline7 Doeg, born Oct 1896/96 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England.  She married Harold Sacre.

      120      iii         Lillian Ethel7 Doeg, born 1 Dec 1900 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died Jan 1981/81 in Hendon, England.   Notes: Lillian did not marry.

 

 

71. William Percy6 Doeg (Charles Edward5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 8 Feb 1868 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died 7 May 1942 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England.  He married in Apr 1902/02 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England Elizabeth Crozier, born 1867/68 in Scotland.

 

Notes for William Percy Doeg

      In 1901 William was a piano tuner and repairer living in Rickergate, Cumberland with his mother and brother Reginald (banking clerk). In 1902 he lived 39 River Street, Carlisle. Soon after marriage they emigrated to New Zealand and settled in the town of New Plymouth at 303 Devon Street East. He was later a pianoforte tuner and repairman at 170 Leach Street, New Plymouth.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Crozier

      In 1901 Elizabeth was an unmarried housekeeper at 54 Peteril Street, Rickergate, Cumberland.

 

      Children of William Percy Doeg and Elizabeth Crozier were as follows:

+    121      i           Reginald Arthur7 Doeg, born 1908 in New Zealand.  He married unknown.

      122      ii          Herbert Audley7 Doeg, born Oct 1917/17 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died 14 Jul 1943 in Sicily, Italy; buried in Panel 12, Cassino Memorial, Italy.

 

 

76. Ida Hope6 Doeg (Alfred Hope5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 1873/74 in New Jersey, America; died 17 Aug 1935.  She married on 15 Jan 1896 in Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara Co., CA Basil Archibald Charles Duncombe, born 12 Jan 1870 in Marlebone, London, England; died 22 Sep 1930 in Harvant, Hampshire, England, son of Frederick William Duncombe and Lady Katherine French Acheson.

 

Notes for Ida Hope Doeg

      MARRIAGE:

They were married by the Rev. W. L. Ramsay.

 

Notes for Basil Archibald Charles Duncombe

      In 1901 Basil lived on private means at Ambshill, St. Helen, Hampshire with wife Ida, daughters Phyllis and Katharine, and 5 servants. In 1911 he lived alone on private means in Ryde, Hampshire.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They were married by the Rev. W. L. Ramsay.

 

      Children of Ida Hope Doeg and Basil Archibald Charles Duncombe were as follows:

      123      i           Phyllis Gertrude7 Duncombe, born 1897/98 in Ryde, Isle of Wight, England.  She married (1) in 1917, divorced  Captain Cecil Francis Cureton Taylor; (2) on 31 Jul 1936, divorced  John Creyghton Ainsworth-Davis; (3) on 13 Apr 1950 Leslie George Whalan.   Notes: MARRIAGE: They divorced in 1930. MARRIAGE: They divorced in 1947.

      124      ii          Katharine7 Duncombe, born 1898/99 in Ryde, Isle of Wight, England; died 14 Jun 1963.  She married in 1919 Lt. Col. Hugh Ferguson James Williamson.

      125      iii         Hubert Basil Elliot7 Duncombe, born 21 May 1901 in Hampshire, England; died 25 Oct 1931 in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England.

 

 

77. Harold Hope6 Doeg (Alfred Hope5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born Jan 1877/77 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England; died 22 Dec 1917 in San Bernardino Co., CA.  He married on 5 Nov 1905 in Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., CA Violet Maud Sutton, born 24 Jan 1882 in Southsea, England; died 3 Aug 1957 in Los Angeles Co., CA, daughter of Alexander E. Sutton and Mary Ann Godfrey.

 

Notes for Harold Hope Doeg

      Harold entered the US from Mexico on the ship "Carlos" on 1 Oct 1915 at San Pedro, Los Angeles Co., CA with wife Violet and children Eric, John, Doris, Violet, and William.

     

      Harolds death record (#42320) is recorded as Hopedoeg.

 

Notes for Violet Maud Sutton

      Violet became a naturalized US Citizen.

     

      In 1920 she was living at 824 5th Street, Santa Monica, Los Angeles Co., CA; she had no husband, with six children and her sister, Florence E. Sutton. In 1930 she was a tennis coach residing at 824 5th Street, Santa Monica with her children John H., Doris H., Violet H., and William H. In 1940 Violet was a tennis professional at the same address with Eric, Doris, and May.

 

      Children of Harold Hope Doeg and Violet Maud Sutton were as follows:

      126      i           Eric Sutton Hope7 Doeg, born 3 Dec 1906 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA; died 11 Apr 1966 in Los Angeles Co., CA.  He married (1) on 29 Sep 1929 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA, divorced  Marjorie Reed, born 1910/11 in CA; (2) on 11 Jan 1934 in Ventura Co., CA Vivian H. Spellmire, born 1906/07 in CA; died 30 Jun 1936 in Los Angeles Co., CA, daughter of George H. Spellmire and Blanche (---).   Notes: In 1920 Eric lived at 221 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, a roomer with Marie Dunscombe.  Also at this address were Amelia Doig, born 1849/50 in NY, and Emily Doeg, born 1889/90 in England.  Emily came to the US in 1905 and was naturalized in 1917. In 1930 Eric T. Hope-Doeg was a bank clerk residing at 854A Lincoln Blvd., Santa Monica, CA with his wife Marjorie. MARRIAGE: Marjorie was granted a divorce on 27 Feb 1931 in Reno, NV on charges of mental cruelty.

      127      ii          Alfred Hope7 Doeg, born 29 Nov 1907 in Los Angeles Co., CA.

+    128      iii         John Thomas Godfray Hope7 Doeg, born 7 Dec 1908 in La Colorada, Sonora, Mexico; died 27 Apr 1978 in Memorial Hospital, Redding, Shasta County, CA; buried in Ashes scattered near Ensenada, Mexico.  He married (1) Dorothea Scudder; (2) Winifred J. (Winnie) Jacobs.

      129      iv         Doris Hope7 Doeg, born 20 May 1910 in La Colorada, Sonora, Mexico; died 19 Aug 1997 in Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles Co., CA.  She married on 15 Jul 1943 in CA James L. McGinty, born 1914/15 in North Braddock, Allegheny Co., PA, son of Dwane Ginty and Cherly Moxley. They had daughters Sheila Florence McGinty bonr 12 Dec 1943 in Los Angeles Co., CA (married Mark P. Shields on 20 Nov 1971); Mary Cecilia McGinty born 25 Jan 1948 in Los Angles Co., CA (married Allen L. Lawson on 22 Jan 1983; and Patricia Ann McGinty born 1 May 1954 (married David L. Spyra on 27 Aug 1977).

+    130      v          Violet Hope7 Doeg, born 25 Oct 1911 in Guymas, Sorora, Mexico; died 21 Feb 2011 in Los Angeles Co., CA.  She married Hugh Norman Perram.

      131      vi         William Henry Hope7 Doeg, born 17 Feb 1913 in Mexico; died 3 May 1972 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA; buried in Los Angeles National Cemetery, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA.   Notes: Birth and death dates from CA Death Index. Birth also reported 13 Feb 1913, and death in Nov 1978 at Bear Creek, Mason Co., WA.

+    132      vii        May Hope7 Doeg, born 29 May 1916 in Los Angeles Co., CA; died 3 Jan 2004 in Vallejo, Solano Co., CA.  She married Garnett Addison Smith Jr..

 

 

78. Ethel Hope6 Doeg (Alfred Hope5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 1878 in Santa Monica, Los Angeles Co., CA; died 10 Oct 1914 in Glenelg, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.  She married Frederick Ernest Abbott, born Jan 1874/74 in Upton (West Ham), Essex, England; died 22 Aug 1951 in North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia; buried in West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, son of John Abbott and Elizabeth Chippendale.

 

Notes for Ethel Hope Doeg

      The Register (Adelaide, SA), Monday 12 October 1914:

SUPPOSED SUICIDE.

When Mr. Frederick E. Abbott, a retired gentleman, living at the corner of the Seawall and Farrell street, New Glenelg awoke shortly before 7 o¿clock Saturday morning he discovered his wife was missing. He searched through the house for her without success, but found the bathroom locked, and a strong odour of gas emanating from it. He communicated with the police and also summoned a neighbour, Mr. Philip Campbell, who broke the fanlight of the bathroom in order to allow the gas to escape. S.C. Bond, who arrived shortly afterwards, burst open the bathroom door, and found Mrs. Abbott lying on some rugs, apparently dead, and the gas of the bathheater turned on full. He summoned Dr. O'Leary, who resides a short distance away; and the  latter took steps to restore respiration, but without success. The deceased had been in indifferent health recently and had threatened to take her life. The City Coroner was communicated with, and will hold, an inquest at the Glenelg Police Station at 3 o'clock to-day.

     

      The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA), Tuesday, 13 October 1914:

DEATH FROM INHALATION OF COAL GAS.

On Monday afternoon the acting coroner (Dr. R. S. Rogers) held an enquiry at the Glenelg police station into the death of Ethel Hope Abbott, wife of Frederick Ernest Abbott. Mr. C. T. Hargrave appeared on behalf of the family. Frederick E. Abbott said his wife, who was 35 years of age, had not been in good health, and had [threatened to take her life on several occasions. About ten years ago she threw herself into the sea at Colombo. She had told him that her brother was insane, and she feared that her end would be the same. He last saw her alive on Friday just before midnight. They had had a little difference, and she wanted him to make it up. Finally she asked him to look after the children if anything should happen to her. She had made threats of ending her life so frequently that he did not take the matter seriously. He missed her between half-past 6 and 7 the following morning. On going to the bathroom he found it locked. A towel was placed at the bottom of the door, and there was a strong smell of gas. The fanlight was smashed, and the deceased was seen lying on the floor on some rugs. The police broke open the door. Dr. A. P. E O'Leary said he adopted means of resuscitation in the open air for over an hour, without result. The cause of death was asphyxiation by coal gas. Florence Mountford stated that Mrs. Abbott had been much depressed, and had told her she was tired of her life. About 2 o'clock on Saturday morning Mrs. Abbott carne into her room and requested her to look after the children if anything should happen to her, and seemed anxious that she witness should go to sleep. The acting coroner returned a verdict of death from coal gas poisoning, the result of the deceased's own act, she being at the time of sound mind.

 

Notes for Frederick Ernest Abbott

      Fred and Ethel travelled much, their children born in Switzerland, New, Zealand, and Australia.

     

      Before his wife Ethel's suicide, Fred hired a nanny to care for the children. She became his second wife. The family then moved to Sydney, New South Wales (NSW) where Jack went to Cliftonville College and sons Tom and Dick went to Headford School.

     

      Frederick E. Abbott departed Sydney, NSW, Australia on the ship "Ventura" and arrived on 19 Nov 1918 at San Francisco, CA; he listed himself as a tourist. He listed is nearest relative as Mrs. F. E. Abbott, Landorn, Grosvernor Road, Wahroonga, NSW.

     

      Fred E. arrived from Australia in Liverpool, England on the ship "Nestor" on 20 Sept 1919 with wife Florence and 4 children. Frederick, retired farmer, arrived in Canada on the ship "S.S. Melita" on 15 July 1922 with wife Florence and 4 children; on his entry he reported haveing travelled through Canada in 1897 and 1916. They crossed Canada by train to join Fred's brother Cecil at Salt Spring Island, BC.

     

      Frederick returned to Australia where he died in 1951. He was cremated.

 

      Children of Ethel Hope Doeg and Frederick Ernest Abbott were as follows:

      133      i           Jack7 Abbott, born 1903/04 in Switzerland; died in England.  He married on 28 Oct 1932 in Salt Spring Island, BC, Canada Irene Oswald.   Notes: Jack had 3 sons.

      134      ii          Thomas Gerald Hope7 Abbott, born 24 Oct 1905 in Christchurch, New Zealand; died 5 Sep 1988 in Campbell River, BC, Canada.  He married on 23 Apr 1929 in Oak Bay, BC, Canada Katharine Margaret Edgell.   Notes: Marriage also reported to Edna Kathlyn Stewart with 10 children.

+    135      iii         Richard Hope (Dick)7 Abbott, born 1909 in Randwick, NSW, Australia; died 9 Aug 1976 in North Vancouver, BC, Canada.  He married Val (---).

      136      iv         Betty7 Abbott, born 22 Jun 1912 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia; died in Ladysmith, BC, Canada.

 

 

80. John Athelston6 Doeg (Frederick5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born Jan 1881/81 in Manchester (Chorlton), Lancashire, England; died 1 Nov 1955 in Everett, Snohomish Co., WA.  He married in Apr 1906/06 in Brecknock, England Alice Maude Williams, born 1880 in Manchester, Lancashire, England; died 5 Jan 1960 in Everett, Snohomish Co., WA, daughter of Jacob Williams and Jane Hannah Jones.

 

Notes for John Athelston Doeg

      Athelstan Doeg of Manchester attended Ackworth Quaker School in Yorkshire from 1893 to 1894.

     

      Athelson entered the US in 1907.  He was naturalized a citizen in 1916.  In 1920 he lived in Kings County, WA. In 1830 he was a docks longshoreman residing at 3527 Rockafellar, Everett, Snohomish Co., WA with is Wife Alice and children 3 children.

 

      Children of John Athelston Doeg and Alice Maude Williams were as follows:

+    137      i           Winifred Mary7 Doeg, born 20 Jul 1907 in Sale (Bucklow), Cheshire, England.  She married Duane Lee Martin.

      138      ii          Lillian (Lily) Swinburne7 Doeg, born 2 Mar 1910 in Seattle, King Co., WA; died 25 Apr 1911 in Seattle, King Co., WA.

+    139      iii         Frederick7 Doeg, born 23 Mar 1911 in Seattle, WA; died 23 Mar 1994 in Hopewell, VA.  He married Beverley Keener.

      140      iv         William7 Doeg, born 13 Feb 1913 in Belfair, WA; died 23 Nov 1978 in Kitsap, King Co., WA.   Notes: During WWII William enlisted in the US Air Corps on 14 Mar 1944 in Utah. William's wife may have been Anna Doeg, born 18 Jan 1921; she died (S/S 538-32-3204) on 17 July 1992 in Belfair, WA 98528.

 

 

81. Gladys6 Doeg (Frederick5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 13 Aug 1882 in Manchester (Chorlton), Lancashire, England; died Oct 1973/73 in Cockermouth, Cumberland, England.  She married in Jul 1906/06 in Cockermouth, Cumberland, England Albert Edward Duffield, born 1 Nov 1881 in England; died Jul 1966 in Cockermouth, Cumberland, England.

 

Notes for Gladys Doeg

      In 1896 Gladys attended Whalley Range High School for Girls, Manchester.

     

      In 1911 Gladys Duffield was a visitor with John Thomas Underwood and family at Middlesbrough, York; she reported being married 4 years with 1 child.

     

      In 1925 Glady's brother Hubert with his wife Gladys and son John visited her from Canada. At the time she live at 11 Walker Street, Cockermouth, Cumberland.

     

      From Liberal to Labour with women's suffrage: Duffield, Gladys, nee Doeg (1882-1973): NUWSS: born into well-to-do Manchester family but left without means at eighteen years old; teacher; married Albert Duffield, 1906; when Albert went out to India, Gladys and her five-year-old daughter went to stay temporarily with her mother-in-law near Keswick; saw the KWSA group setting off on the 1913 pilgrimage and joined on the spur of the moment, leaving child with her mother-in-law; walked whole way to London; a pianist, became a well-known accompanist; had a radical mastecomy at age sixty-five; on receiving a small windfall at age seventy, took a trip to visit two brothers and their families who were living in Canada and the USA, having many amazing adventures; eventually returned to her patient husband; continued to travel within Britain, lecture, and play the piano until her death. [Sources: James Duffield, "The Amazing Life Story of Gladys Duffield," CRO; Gladys Duffield, "On the March," typescripts, CRO.]

 

Notes for Albert Edward Duffield

      The family was in iron and steel.

 

      Children of Gladys Doeg and Albert Edward Duffield were as follows:

+    141      i           Elizabeth (Lilly)7 Duffield, born 13 May 1907 in Millom, Cumberland, England.  She married Norman Darvell.

+    142      ii          Elinor7 Duffield, born 24 Mar 1917 in Cockermouth, Cumberland, England.  She married Eric Reginald Gunstone.

+    143      iii         James7 Duffield, born Jul 1920/20 in Cockermouth, Cumberland, England.  He married Barbara Salitze.

 

 

83. Hubert6 Doeg (Frederick5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 11 Sep 1888 in Manchester (Chorlton), Lancashire, England; died 2 Dec 1973 in Shaughnessy Hospital, Vancouver, BC, Canada; buried 6 Dec 1973 in Valley View Cemetery, Surrey, BC, Canada.  He married in Jan 1917/17 in Stone, England Gladys Davis, born 1 Jun 1886 in Eccleshall, Staffordshire, England; died 14 Feb 1969 in St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver, BC, Canada; buried 18 Feb 1969 in Valley View Cemetery, Surrey, BC, Canada, daughter of Edward Davis and Miss Booth.

 

Notes for Hubert Doeg

      In the 1920 census Hubert reported first arriving in the US in 1905. He applied for US citizenship in 1906 but was still an "alien" in 1920

     

      Hubert joined the Canadian military on 25 Nov. 1915. At the time he was visiting his brother Athelstan at 202 29th Avenue, N. Seattle, WA.Hubbert arrived from Canada at Blaine, WA in Nov 1919 with Gladys and son John; he was a logger.

     

      In 1920 Hubert worked in a shipyard and resided in Juanita, Kings Co., WA with wife Gladys and "daughter June" (8 mo, England). [This appears to be an error where the census taker heard June instead of John.] He lived next door to his brother Athelstan.

     

      Hubert sailed from Liverpool on 29 May 1925 and arrived at Quebec, Canada in June with wife Gladys and son John. He reported being in Canada prevously 1915-16 and 1919-24 at 259 Rupert Street, South Vancouver. He was a warehouseman. On the trip he visited his sister Mrs. Duffield of 11 Walker Street, Cockermouth, Cumberland.

     

      At the time of his death in 1973 he lived at 1800 Duthie, Burnaby, British Columbia. Witness to Hubert's death certificate was his son John H. Doeg of 988 Danforth Road, Scarbora, Ontario. He reported Hubert's father as Hubert Doeg and mother not known.

 

Notes for Gladys Davis

      Witness to Glady's death certificate was her husband Hubert Doeg.

 

      Children of Hubert Doeg and Gladys Davis were as follows:

      144      i           John Hope7 Doeg, born May 1919 in Eccleshall, England; died in Canada.   Notes: In 1973 John lived at 988 Danforth Road, Scarbora, Ontario, Canada.

 

 

87. Ellen6 Doeg (George William5, David4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born Apr 1867/67 in Bishop, Auckland, Durham, England.  She married in Oct 1895/95 in Salford, Lancashire, England Ernest Ardern, born abt 1867 Of England.

 

Notes for Ellen Doeg

      The link to marriage is uncertain.

 

      Children of Ellen Doeg and Ernest Ardern were as follows:

      145      i           Dorothy7 Ardern, born 1902/03 in Cape Town, South Africa.

 

 

88. Florence6 Doeg (George William5, David4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born Apr 1870/70 in Altrincham, Cheshire, England.  She married in Jan 1890/90 in Manchester, Lancashire, England Robert Ernest Legge, born Apr 1864/64 in Eccles (Salford), Lancashire, England; died Apr 1904/04 in East Preston, Sussex, England.

 

Notes for Robert Ernest Legge

      In 1901 Robert was a Prudential Insurance agent residing at Bramber Street, Bramber, Sussex with his wife Florence, daughter Monica, and nephew Wallace W. Laing (7 Indianapolis, IN, USA).

 

      Children of Florence Doeg and Robert Ernest Legge were as follows:

      146      i           Monica Mary7 Legge, born Apr 1896/96 in Manchester (Salford), Lancashire, England.  She married in Jan 1921/21 in King's Norton, England Ronald F. Cowlishaw.

 

 

90. Margaret6 Doeg (George William5, David4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born Jul 1874/74 in Levenshulme (Chorley), Lancashire, England.  She married in Apr 1903/03 in Chorlton, Manchester, Lancashire, England William Platt Wright, born 1869/70 in Wrightington, Lancashire, England; died 28 Mar 1932 in Manchester, Lancashire, England.

 

Notes for William Platt Wright

      In 1911 William was a receiving officer at Two Dales Lane, Levenshulme, Chorlton, Lancashire with his wife Margaret, son Frederick, and visitors Ellen Ardern and Dorothy Aldern (sister-in-law & her daughter).

     

      Probate: William Platt Wright of 150 Burnage-lane, Burnage, Manchester died 28 March 1932. Administration Manchester 4 May to Frederick William Wright, commercial clerk. Effects L749 11s. 1.

 

      Children of Margaret Doeg and William Platt Wright were as follows:

      147      i           Frederick William7 Wright, born 4 Jun 1906 in 20 Beach Range, Manchester, Lancashire, England; christened 19 Aug 1906 in Abbey Hey, St George the Martyr, Manchester, Lancashire, England.

 

 

91. Arthur Torr6 Doeg (George William5, David4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born Oct 1883/83 in Gorton (Chorlton), Lancashire, England; died Apr 1963/63 in Worthing, England.  He married in Jul 1914/14 in Hampstead, England Beatrice Martin, born 1890/91 in England; died Jan 1946/46 in Hendon, Middlesex, England.

 

Notes for Arthur Torr Doeg

      Arthur Torr Doeg of Manchester attended Ackworth Quaker School in Yorkshire from 1893 to 1899.

 

      Children of Arthur Torr Doeg and Beatrice Martin were as follows:

      148      i           Joan N.7 Doeg, born Oct 1919/19 in Hampstead, England.  She married in Jul 1949/49 in Hendon, Middlesex, England Herbert E. H. Strudwick.   Notes: Middle initial may be W.

 

 

97. Mary Ellen6 Doeg (Thomas Edward5, David4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 18 Nov 1872 in Evesham, Worcester, England; died 10 Jun 1957 in New Earswick, Yorkshire, England.  She married on 4 Jul 1895 in Friends Meeting, Evesham, Worcester, England Alfred Bleckly Thorne, born 29 Apr 1870 in Leeds, York, England; died 28 Jan 1922 in Charing Cross Hospital, London, England, son of Edwin Thorne and Maria Bleckley Dell.

 

Notes for Alfred Bleckly Thorne

      In 1901 Alfred was a stationer at High Street, Sandbach, Cheshire with his wife Mary and children Cyril and Margaret.

 

      Children of Mary Ellen Doeg and Alfred Bleckly Thorne were as follows:

      149      i           Cyril Bleckly7 Thorne, born 30 May 1896 in Brockley (Lewisham), London, England; died 17 Dec 1961 in Paris, France.

      150      ii          Margaret Joyce7 Thorne, born 11 May 1897 in Brockley (Lewisham), London, England; died 30 Jul 1970 in Pewsey, Wilds. England.

      151      iii         Joan Gillett7 Thorne, born 23 Sep 1901 in Sandbach, Cheshire, England; died 1983 in Jordans, Bucks., England.

      152      iv         Eileen Mary Doeg7 Thorne, born 24 Nov 1903 in Sandbach, Cheshire, England.   Notes: Eileen of London attended Ackworth Quaker School in Yorkshire from 1915 to 1919.

      153      v          Cicely Macdonald7 Thorne, born 16 Jun 1908 in Edgbaston, Warwickshire, England; died 12 Apr 1992 in York District Hospital, Yorkshire, England.

 

 

99. Ann Elizabeth (Annie)6 Doeg (Thomas Edward5, David4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born Apr 1879/79 in Evesham, Worcester, England.  She married in Jul 1905/05 in Kidderminster, England Donald Warner, born 1877/78 in  Winchmore Hill, London, England.

 

Notes for Donald Warner

      In 1911 Donald was a commercial traveller at 4 Eloves Holme, Sandringham Rd, Golders Green NW, Henden, Middlesex with wife Annie, sons Conrad and Donald, and a servant.

 

      Children of Ann Elizabeth (Annie) Doeg and Donald Warner were as follows:

+    154      i           Conrad Doeg7 Warner, born 4 Jun 1906 in Chrolton cum Hardy, Manchester, Lancashire, England; died Nov 1989 in New Forest, Hampshire, England.  He married Marjorie Phyllis Elvey Norris.

      155      ii          Donald Paul7 Warner, born Jul 1909/09 in Cheadle, Hulme, Cheshire, England.

      156      iii         Elizabeth C.7 Warner, born Apr 1912/12 in Hendon, Middlesex, England.

 

Generation 7

 

118. Charles Sheffield7 Doeg (Charles Robinson6, Charles Edward5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 25 Sep 1892 in Scotby (Carlisle), Cumbersland, England; died 7 Sep 1967 in St. Stephens Hospital, Barnet, Hertfordshire, England.  He married in Oct 1917/17 in Flyde, England Freda Francks Balshaw, born 4 Dec 1894 in Bolton, Lancashire, England; died Sep 1986 in Bournemouth, England, daughter of Frederick Balshaw and Mary Helena Franks.

 

Notes for Charles Sheffield Doeg

      Charles left Carlisle Grammar School in 1909. In 1911 he worked for an insurance company at Etterby Scant, Carlisle with sisters Madelin and Lillian, and a visitor. He became an assistant in a music dealer's shop. During WWI he was a Sergeant, R.A.M.C. He later lived at Glenroy, 7th Avenue, South Shore, Blackpool.

     

      Probate: Charles Sheffield Doeg of 6 Woodbury Road Woodberry Gardens Finchley London care of 13 Downside Crescent Belsize Park London NW3 died 7 September 1967 at St Stephens Hospital Barnet Hertfordshire.  Probate London 23 November to Midland Bank Executor & Trustee Co Ltd.  £4518.

 

      Children of Charles Sheffield Doeg and Freda Francks Balshaw were as follows:

      157      i           Charles F.8 Doeg, born Jul 1918/18 in Fylde, Lancashire, England.

      158      ii          George D.8 Doeg, born Jan 1924/24 in Fylde, Lancashire, England.

 

 

119. Frances Ophelia Madeline7 Doeg (Charles Robinson6, Charles Edward5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born Oct 1896/96 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England.  She married in Apr 1921/21 in Fylde, Lancashire, England Harold Sacre, born abt 1896.

 

      Children of Frances Ophelia Madeline Doeg and Harold Sacre were as follows:

      159      i           Roger8 Sacre, born Apr 1933/33 in Bristol, England.

      160      ii          Edward N.8 Sacre, born Jul 1935/35 in Chippenham, Wiltshire, England.

 

 

121. Reginald Arthur7 Doeg (William Percy6, Charles Edward5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 1908 in New Zealand.  He married unknown.

 

      Children of Reginald Arthur Doeg were as follows:

      161      i           Karen Marguerite8 Doeg.  She married Mr. Bagnall.

 

 

128. John Thomas Godfray Hope7 Doeg (Harold Hope6, Alfred Hope5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 7 Dec 1908 in La Colorada, Sonora, Mexico; died 27 Apr 1978 in Memorial Hospital, Redding, Shasta County, CA; buried in Ashes scattered near Ensenada, Mexico.  He married (1) on 30 Jan 1931 in Newark, NJ, divorced  Dorothea Scudder, born 1909 in NJ; died 21 Mar 1983 in Washington DC, daughter of Edward W. Scudder and Catherine (---); (2) in 1941 in Monroe Co., FL Winifred J. (Winnie) Jacobs, born 1914/15 in IL; died 15 Jan 2001 in Chula Visa, San Diego Co., CA, daughter of Mr. Jacobs.

 

Notes for John Thomas Godfray Hope Doeg

      John became a U.S. citizen on 13 Nov 1933. John lived with Dorothea at Point O'View, Rumson, NJ in 1932 and 1933.

     

      John was the U.S. Open Doubles Tennis Champion in 1929 and 1930, and the singles champion in 1930.  He was elected to the Tennis Hall of Fame in 1962.

     

      John later worked as a sporting goods salesman in Cotton Wood, CA.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They were divorced in May, 1938.

 

Notes for Winifred J. (Winnie) Jacobs

      In 1930 Winifred lived in Sanford, Seminole Co., FL with her sister Jeanette Bullock and family.

 

      Children of John Thomas Godfray Hope Doeg and Dorothea Scudder were as follows:

      162      i           John Hope8 Doeg Jr., born 20 Nov 1933 in Newark, NJ.  He married Linda (---).

      163      ii          Daphne Scudder8 Doeg, born 17 Nov 1935 in NJ.  She married on 30 Sep 1960 in Community Church (Unitarian), New Nork, NY Theodore Kraft, son of Harry Kraft.   Notes: In 1940 Daphe was a niece with Margaruette and Edwin Bransome at 642 Rumson Road, Rumson, Monmouth Co., NJ. She attended Smith College and Northwestern University. She became a journalist, and in later years lived in Tequesta, Martin Co., FL.

 

      Children of John Thomas Godfray Hope Doeg and Winifred J. (Winnie) Jacobs were as follows:

+    164      i           Suzanne8 Doeg, born 25 Aug 1942 in Cleveland, OH.  She married Rosendo Ramos-Thomas.

+    165      ii          Sutton H.8 Doeg, born 1946/47.  She married Leonel A. Gonzalez.

+    166      iii         Sally Florence8 Doeg, born 16 Sep 1952 in Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., OH.  She married (1) Elefther Tziallas; (2) Christopher L. May.

 

 

130. Violet Hope7 Doeg (Harold Hope6, Alfred Hope5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 25 Oct 1911 in Guymas, Sorora, Mexico; died 21 Feb 2011 in Los Angeles Co., CA.  She married on 2 Apr 1934 in Santa Monica, Los Angeles Co., CA Hugh Norman Perram, born 10 Jun 1910 in Brookline, NY; died 13 Jan 1995 in Los Angeles Co., CA, son of Miss Young.

 

Notes for Violet Hope Doeg

      Violet became a naturalized US Citizen on 24 Apr 1939 in Los Angeles District Court.

     

      Obituary: Published in the Los Angeles Times on March 3, 2011

Violet Hope (Doeg) PERRAM

PERRAM, Violet Hope (nee Doeg) Oct. 25, 1911-Feb. 21, 2011 Vi passed away peacefully on February 21, 2011 at the age of 99. She was a loving, caring person with a great sense of humor and saw only the good of everyone she came across. We are truly blessed to have been part of her life. Vi's husband of nearly 61 years, Hugh Norman (Tom) Perram, preceded her in death in January 1995. Vi and Tom were inseparable and had a wonderful life together. They married in 1934 a short time after graduating from UCLA and began their life together in Santa Monica. They moved to Brentwood in 1941 after three of their four children were born. They enjoyed playing tennis, square dancing and many other activities. After Tom retired they moved to Marina Del Rey where they played tennis every day, walked in the marina and went on many cruises. Vi is survived by four children; Michael (wife Bev), Eric (wife Pam), Janet (husband Roger Roberts) and John (wife Royce). Also, she is survived by her loving grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins and every person she has ever come in contact with. Vi requested to be cremated and her ashes scattered out to sea with no formal service, except a family get-together scheduled in a few days.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses to the wedding were Doris Hope Doeg and Rose Perram.

 

Notes for Hugh Norman Perram

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses to the wedding were Doris Hope Doeg and Rose Perram.

 

      Children of Violet Hope Doeg and Hugh Norman Perram were as follows:

      167      i           Michael Hugh8 Perram, born 5 Feb 1935 in Santa Monica, Los Angeles Co., CA.  He married (1) on 27 Dec 1959 in Los Angeles Co., CA, divorced  Bridget Bald, born 1938/39; (2) Bev (---).   Notes: MARRIAGE: Michael and Bridget were divorced in Jan 1969 in Los Angeles City.

      168      ii          Thomas Eric8 Perram, born 21 Apr 1937 in Santa Monica, Los Angeles Co., CA.  He married (1), divorced  Kaye M. Gernold; (2) Pam (---).   Notes: MARRIAGE: Thomas and Kaye were divorced in Aug 1968 in Los Angeles City.

      169      iii         Janet Sibella8 Perram, born 29 Oct 1940 in Los Angeles Co., CA.  She married Roger Roberts.

      170      iv         John Norman8 Perram, born 16 Nov 1953 in Los Angeles Co., CA.  She married Royce (---).

 

 

132. May Hope7 Doeg (Harold Hope6, Alfred Hope5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 29 May 1916 in Los Angeles Co., CA; died 3 Jan 2004 in Vallejo, Solano Co., CA.  She married, divorced  Garnett Addison Smith Jr., born 21 Jul 1915 in Smithwood, Catonsville, MD; died 28 Dec 2007 in Ventura, Ventura Co., CA, son of Garmett Addison Smith.

 

Notes for May Hope Doeg

      MARRIAGE:

May and Garnett were divorced in Feb 1970 in Los Angeles City.

 

      Children of May Hope Doeg and Garnett Addison Smith Jr. were as follows:

      171      i           David Howard8 Smith, born 2 Mar 1941 in Los Angeles Co., CA; died 25 Jun 2013 in Shafter, CA.   Notes: David Howard Smith was born March 2, 1941 to May Hope (Doeg) and Garnett Addison Smith. He was a long time resident of Griffith Place, formerly Community Support Options. David will be missed by the many caregivers who had the opportunity to serve his needs. A funeral service will be held Tuesday, July 2 at 11am at Peters Funeral Home followed by inurnment at Wasco Memorial Park for David Howard Smith, age 72, of Wasco who passed away June 25, 2013 in Wasco. Arrangements are under the direction of Peters Funeral Home, Wasco.

      172      ii          Deborah Carol8 Smith, born 3 Sep 1943 in Los Angeles Co., CA.

      173      iii         Diane Marie8 Smith, born 18 Jul 1945 in Los Angeles Co., CA.  She married Mr. Miller.

      174      iv         Christopher Stephen8 Smith, born 18 Mar 1950 in Los Angeles Co., CA.

      175      v          Patricia Lynn8 Smith, born 10 Sep 1952 in Los Angeles Co., CA.

 

 

135. Richard Hope (Dick)7 Abbott (Ethel Hope6 Doeg, Alfred Hope5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 1909 in Randwick, NSW, Australia; died 9 Aug 1976 in North Vancouver, BC, Canada.  He married Val (---).

 

Notes for Richard Hope (Dick) Abbott

      Dick and Val had 4 girls and 1 boy.

 

      Children of Richard Hope (Dick) Abbott and Val (---) were as follows:

      176      i           Wendy8 Abbott.

 

 

137. Winifred Mary7 Doeg (John Athelston6, Frederick5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 20 Jul 1907 in Sale (Bucklow), Cheshire, England.  She married on 13 Sep 1933 in Yakima Co., WA Duane Lee Martin, born 24 Aug 1900 in SD; died 2 Apr 1974 in Everett, Snohomish Co., WA, son of P. A. Martin and Grace M. (---).

 

Notes for Duane Lee Martin

      In 1940 Duane was a sergeant at the police station residing at 3410 Wetmore, Everette, Snohomish Co., WA with wife Winifred, daughters Barbara and Judith, mother Gracie, and brother LeRoy.

 

      Children of Winifred Mary Doeg and Duane Lee Martin were as follows:

      177      i           Barbara Lee8 Martin, born 24 Sep 1935 in Everett, Snohomish Co., WA.   Notes: Barbara Lee Burroughs Memorial services for longtime Cortez resident Barbara Lee Burroughs will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 11, 2003 at the Seventh Day Adventist Church in Cortez. Pastor Steve Schwarz will be officiating. Barbara Lee was born on Sept. 24, 1935 in Everett, Wash., to Duane and Winifred (Doeg) Martin. She passed away on Thursday, Oct. 3, at her home in Cortez. Barbara Lee was 67 years old. As a special-education teacher, Barbara Lee remained active in many special-education programs such as the Special Olympics. She always cared about children with special needs. Since 1972, Barbara Lee worked on the Navajo reservation with special education children. She had a warm spot in her heart for all Navajo people. When she wasn't helping children with special needs, she found it in her heart to help stray dogs. Barbara Lee's husband, Kenneth Chester, who she married on March 23, 1982, in Chinle, Ariz., survives her. Her sister Judy Santeford and husband Jack of Everett, Wash.; and brother Duane "Sonny" Martin also survive Barbara Lee. Preceding her in death are her parents. Memorial contributions can be made in Barbara Lee's name to the Cortez Seventh Day Adventist Church. Services are under the direction of the Ertel Funeral Home.

      178      ii          Judith Maureen8 Martin, born 1939 in Everett, Snohomish Co., WA.  She married Mr. Santeford.

      179      iii         Duane Lee8 Martin, born 1941.

 

 

139. Frederick7 Doeg (John Athelston6, Frederick5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 23 Mar 1911 in Seattle, WA; died 23 Mar 1994 in Hopewell, VA.  He married Beverley Keener, born 1918/19 in VA, daughter of William T. Keener and Fannie G. (---).

 

      Children of Frederick Doeg and Beverley Keener were as follows:

+    180      i           Frances Allison8 Doeg, born 1944.  She married Joseph Austin Blanks Jr..

      181      ii          Susan Beverly8 Doeg, born 1947.  She married in 1967 in Pasquotank Co., NC, divorced  Carl Wayne Newsome.   Notes: There were no children by the marriage.  Susan took back her maiden name. Susan works as a secretary for a Baptist ministry. MARRIAGE: They were divorced in 1986.

+    182      iii         William Frederic8 Doeg, born 1949.  He married (1) Marshall Cocker; (2) Sallie Ford.

 

 

141. Elizabeth (Lilly)7 Duffield (Gladys6 Doeg, Frederick5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 13 May 1907 in Millom, Cumberland, England.  She married in Apr 1938/38 in Cockermouth, Cumberland, England Norman Darvell, born 1908 in Cockermouth, Cumberland, England.

 

      Children of Elizabeth (Lilly) Duffield and Norman Darvell were as follows:

+    183      i           John Norman8 Darvell, born 26 Dec 1943 in Cockermouth, Cumberland, England; died Aug 2008 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.  He married Vivienne (---).

+    184      ii          Eric James8 Darvell, born 6 Mar 1946 in Cockermouth, Cumberland, England.  He married Joan (---).

 

 

142. Elinor7 Duffield (Gladys6 Doeg, Frederick5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 24 Mar 1917 in Cockermouth, Cumberland, England.  She married on 26 Dec 1940 in Bristol, England Eric Reginald Gunstone, born 5 May 1917 in England; died 6 Jul 2006 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.

 

Notes for Eric Reginald Gunstone

      Eric was a civil servant.

 

      Children of Elinor Duffield and Eric Reginald Gunstone were as follows:

      185      i           Margaret8 Gunstone, born abt 1942 in England.  She married Mr. Stewart.

 

 

143. James7 Duffield (Gladys6 Doeg, Frederick5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born Jul 1920/20 in Cockermouth, Cumberland, England.  He married in Jan 1949/49 in Middleton, Lancashire, England Barbara Salitze.

 

      Children of James Duffield and Barbara Salitze were as follows:

      186      i           Helen8 Duffield, born 1951 in England.

      187      ii          Edward8 Duffield, born 1953 in England.

      188      iii         Richard8 Duffield, born 1955 in England.

 

 

154. Conrad Doeg7 Warner (Ann Elizabeth (Annie)6 Doeg, Thomas Edward5, David4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 4 Jun 1906 in Chrolton cum Hardy, Manchester, Lancashire, England; died Nov 1989 in New Forest, Hampshire, England.  He married in Jan 1932/32 in Amersham, Buckinghamshire, England Marjorie Phyllis Elvey Norris, born 28 Jan 1908 in Finchley, Middlesex, England; died Jun 1982 in New Forest, Hampshire, England, daughter of William James George Norris and Lucy Emmeline Tylor.

 

      Children of Conrad Doeg Warner and Marjorie Phyllis Elvey Norris were as follows:

+    189      i           Elwy M.8 Warner, born Apr 1935/35 in Eton, Buckinghamshire, England.  She married Roland J. Polding.

 

Generation 8

 

164. Suzanne8 Doeg (John Thomas Godfray Hope7, Harold Hope6, Alfred Hope5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 25 Aug 1942 in Cleveland, OH.  She married on 29 Aug 1964 in San Diego Co., CA Rosendo Ramos-Thomas, born 1940/41, son of Amalia Thomas.

 

Notes for Suzanne Doeg

      Suzanne graduated from Coronado High School, Coronado, CA in 1960.

 

Notes for Rosendo Ramos-Thomas

      In 1978 they lived in Mexico. Rosando's mother had remarried  to Ricardo Hussong, whose son Ricardo Jr. owns Husson's Cantina in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico.

 

      Children of Suzanne Doeg and Rosendo Ramos-Thomas were as follows:

+    190      i           Toya Doeg9 Ramos, born 20 Jul 1967 in San Diego Co., CA.  She married (1) unknown; (2) Herman Tucker.

+    191      ii          Rosendo Carlos9 Ramos, born 24 Apr 1969.  He married Rasa Maria Alegria.

+    192      iii         Winnie Amalia9 Ramos, born 18 Mar 1975 in San Diego Co., CA.  She married Mr. Mascaro.

 

 

165. Sutton H.8 Doeg (John Thomas Godfray Hope7, Harold Hope6, Alfred Hope5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 1946/47.  She married on 18 Apr 1975 in San Diego Co., CA Leonel A. Gonzalez, born 1940/41.

 

Notes for Leonel A. Gonzalez

      In 1978 they lived in Mexico.

 

      Children of Sutton H. Doeg and Leonel A. Gonzalez were as follows:

+    193      i           Marysol9 Gonzalez, born 21 Sep 1977 in San Diego Co., CA.  She married Alfredo Molanes.

+    194      ii          Lani9 Gonzalez, born 2 Jun 1981 in San Diego Co., CA.  She married Arturo Duran.

 

 

166. Sally Florence8 Doeg (John Thomas Godfray Hope7, Harold Hope6, Alfred Hope5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 16 Sep 1952 in Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., OH.  She married (1), divorced  Elefther Tziallas; (2), divorced  Christopher L. May.

 

Notes for Sally Florence Doeg

      In 1978 Sally lived in Mexico. In 2014 she lived in Durango, CO under the name Sally Florence.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Sally and Tziallas were divorced in Aug 1975 in Santa Clara, CA.

 

Notes for Elefther Tziallas

      MARRIAGE:

Sally and Tziallas were divorced in Aug 1975 in Santa Clara, CA.

 

      Children of Sally Florence Doeg and Christopher L. May were as follows:

      195      i           John Ruff9 May, born 12 Aug 1982 in Durango, La Plata Co., CO.  He married Rhea Miller.   Notes: In 2014 John lived in Morrison, CO.

      196      ii          Katrina Chandler9 May, born 30 May 1990 in Durango, La Plata Co., CO; died 8 May 2013 in Drummond, Missoula Co., MT.

 

 

180. Frances Allison8 Doeg (Frederick7, John Athelston6, Frederick5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 1944.  She married in Aug 1967 in VA, divorced  Joseph Austin Blanks Jr., son of Joseph Austin Blanks Sr..

 

Notes for Frances Allison Doeg

      MARRIAGE:

Progress-Index (Petersburg, Virginia), 21 June 1967: Miss Doeg to marry in August. Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Doeg of Hopewell announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Frances Allison Doeg, to Joseph Austin Blanks Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Blanks of Colonial Heights.  Miss Doeg is a recent graduate of Longwood College. Mr. Blanks is a graduate of East Carolina College. An August wedding is planned.

     

      They were divorced in 1997.

 

      Children of Frances Allison Doeg and Joseph Austin Blanks Jr. were as follows:

      197      i           Scott Austin9 Blanks.

      198      ii          Daniel Frederic9 Blanks.

      199      iii         James Thomas9 Blanks.

 

 

182. William Frederic8 Doeg (Frederick7, John Athelston6, Frederick5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 1949.  He married (1) on 27 Dec 1972 in Pitt Co., NC, divorced  Marshall Cocker; (2) in 1983 Sallie Ford.

 

Notes for William Frederic Doeg

      MARRIAGE:

They were divorced in 1982.

 

      Children of William Frederic Doeg and Sallie Ford were as follows:

      200      i           Thomas Frederic9 Doeg.

      201      ii          John West9 Doeg.

 

 

183. John Norman8 Darvell (Elizabeth (Lilly)7 Duffield, Gladys6 Doeg, Frederick5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 26 Dec 1943 in Cockermouth, Cumberland, England; died Aug 2008 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.  He married Vivienne (---).

 

      Children of John Norman Darvell and Vivienne (---) were as follows:

      202      i           Sarah9 Darvell, born abt 1981.

 

 

184. Eric James8 Darvell (Elizabeth (Lilly)7 Duffield, Gladys6 Doeg, Frederick5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 6 Mar 1946 in Cockermouth, Cumberland, England.  He married Joan (---).

 

      Children of Eric James Darvell and Joan (---) were as follows:

      203      i           Robert9 Darvell.

      204      ii          Michael9 Darvell.

 

 

189. Elwy M.8 Warner (Conrad Doeg7, Ann Elizabeth (Annie)6 Doeg, Thomas Edward5, David4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born Apr 1935/35 in Eton, Buckinghamshire, England.  She married in Apr 1957/57 in Amersham, Buckinghamshire, England Roland J. Polding.

 

      Children of Elwy M. Warner and Roland J. Polding were as follows:

      205      i           Alastair R.9 Polding, born Apr 1961/61 in Newbury, England.

 

Generation 9

 

190. Toya Doeg9 Ramos (Suzanne8 Doeg, John Thomas Godfray Hope7, Harold Hope6, Alfred Hope5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 20 Jul 1967 in San Diego Co., CA.  She married (1) Not married unknown; (2) in 1998 Thomas Gonzalez; (3) in 2010 Herman Tucker.

 

      Children of Toya Doeg Ramos were as follows:

      206      i           Toya Suzanne10 Ramos, born 26 Jul 1986 in San Diego Co., CA.

 

      Children of Toya Doeg Ramos and Herman Tucker were as follows:

      207      ii          Andrea Montes10 Gonzalez, born 22 Apr 1999.   Notes: Andrea was adopted by Herman Tucker.

      208      i           Jorge Montes10 Gonzalez, born 15 Dec 2001.   Notes: Jorge was adopted by Herman Tucker.

 

 

191. Rosendo Carlos9 Ramos (Suzanne8 Doeg, John Thomas Godfray Hope7, Harold Hope6, Alfred Hope5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 24 Apr 1969.  He married Rasa Maria Alegria.

 

      Children of Rosendo Carlos Ramos and Rasa Maria Alegria were as follows:

      209      i           Mateo10 Ramos, born 13 Jan 2003.

      210      ii          Nicholas10 Ramos, born 20 Jan 2006.

 

 

192. Winnie Amalia9 Ramos (Suzanne8 Doeg, John Thomas Godfray Hope7, Harold Hope6, Alfred Hope5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 18 Mar 1975 in San Diego Co., CA.  She married Mr. Mascaro.

 

      Children of Winnie Amalia Ramos and Mr. Mascaro were as follows:

      211      i           Biko10 Mascaro, born 26 Jan 2009.

      212      ii          Lucia10 Mascaro, born 20 Jul 2010.

 

 

193. Marysol9 Gonzalez (Sutton H.8 Doeg, John Thomas Godfray Hope7, Harold Hope6, Alfred Hope5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 21 Sep 1977 in San Diego Co., CA.  She married Alfredo Molanes.

 

      Children of Marysol Gonzalez and Alfredo Molanes were as follows:

      213      i           Dante10 Molanes.

      214      ii          Miranda10 Molanes.

 

 

194. Lani9 Gonzalez (Sutton H.8 Doeg, John Thomas Godfray Hope7, Harold Hope6, Alfred Hope5, William4, David3, Thomas2, Daniel1), born 2 Jun 1981 in San Diego Co., CA.  She married Arturo Duran.

 

      Children of Lani Gonzalez and Arturo DH were as follows:

      215      i           Olivia10 Duran-Gonzalez.

      216      ii          Annette10 Duran-Gonzalez.

 


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