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Samuel Doty and Jeane Harmon



Husband Samuel Doty 1

           Born: 1643 - Plymouth, MA
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           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Pilgrim Edward Doty (1598-1655) 1
         Mother: Faith Clarke (Abt 1619-1675) 1


       Marriage: 13 Nov 1678 - Piscataway, NJ




Wife Jeane Harmon 1

           Born: Abt 1642
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 

Noted events in her life were:
AKA

Jane


General Notes (Husband)

!BIRTH:"GMB", GMB, Vol.1, pg.573-577


General Notes (Wife)

!BIRTH:calculated, Date calculated from known vitals.


Notes (Marriage)

!MARRIAGE:"MFM", "MFM", pg.115


James Warren and Sarah Doty



Husband James Warren 1

           Born: 7 Nov 1665
     Christened: 
           Died: 30 May 1715 - Plymouth, MA
         Buried: 


         Father: Nathaniel Warren (Abt 1624-      ) 1
         Mother: Sarah Walker (      -      ) 1


       Marriage: Abt 1688




Wife Sarah Doty 1

           Born: 9 Jun 1666 - Plymouth, MA
     Christened: 
           Died: Bef 16 Aug 1749
         Buried: 


         Father: Edward Doty (1647-1690) 1
         Mother: Sarah Faunce (Abt 1643-1695) 1





Children
1 F Alice Warren 1

           Born: 3 Sep 1695
     Christened: 
           Died: 30 May 1733 - Marshfield, MA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Capt. Peleg Ford (1690-1769) 1
           Marr: Bef 1721



2 M James Warren 1

           Born: 14 Apr 1700 - Plymouth, MA
     Christened: 
           Died: 2 Jul 1757 - Plymouth, MA
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Penelope Winslow (1704-1737) 1
           Marr: 30 Jan 1724 - Marshfield, MA




General Notes (Husband)

!BIRTH:"MB&D", MB&D, Vol.2, pg.441

!DEATH:"MB&D", MB&D, Vol.2, pg.441


General Notes (Wife)

!BIRTH:"MB&D", MB&D, Vol.2, pg.446

!DEATH:"MB&D", MB&D, Vol.2, pg.446


Notes (Marriage)

!MARRIAGE:Mays, Margaret Isabel


General Notes for Child Alice Warren

!BIRTH:"MB&D", MB&D, Vol.2, pg.446

!DEATH:"MB&D", MB&D, Vol.2, pg.446


General Notes for Child James Warren

!BIRTH:"MF, Winslow/ Billington", "Mayflower Families Thro u gh Five Generations" Volume five : Winslow, Billington , Ru th C.McGuyre & Robert S.Wakefiefd (Winslow) Harriet W . H o dge (Billington), General Society of Mayflower Descen dant s 1997, pg.14

!DEATH:"MF, Winslow/ Billington", "Mayflower Families Thro u gh Five Generations" Volume five : Winslow, Billington , Ru th C.McGuyre & Robert S.Wakefiefd (Winslow) Harriet W . H o dge (Billington), General Society of Mayflower Descen dant s 1997, pg.14


Sarah Doty



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Wife Sarah Doty 1

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         Father: John Doty (1640-1701) 1
         Mother: Sarah Jones (1671-After 1730) 1





James William (Billy) Woodard and Sarah Elizabeth Doty



Husband James William (Billy) Woodard 2

           Born: Jan 1859 - Indiana 2
     Christened:  - Boone Co., Indiana 2
           Died: 
         Buried:  - Farmer 2


         Father: Edward W. Woodard (1819-1876) 2
         Mother: Sarah (Sally) Shockley (1818-1903) 2


       Marriage: 

Noted events in his life were:
Adoption, 1910 - Boone Co., Indiana

Adoption, 1910 - Farmer




Wife Sarah Elizabeth Doty

           Born: Mar 1855 - Johnson Co., Indiana 2
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           Died: 
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Children
1 F Louie M. (Female) Woodard

           Born: Abt 1877 - Indiana 2
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           Died: 
         Buried: 



2 M Ora Alanzo Woodard

           Born: 9 Feb 1879 - Boone County, Indiana 2
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elizabeth Scott (      -1906)
           Marr: 1 Oct 1898 - Boone Co., Indiana 2
         Spouse: Lillie Alice Randle (      -1952)
           Marr: 6 Nov 1907 - Boone Co., Indiana 2
         Spouse: Lorenia Cragen (1884-      )
           Marr: 10 Oct 1953 - Boone County, Indiana 2



3 M Homer F. Woodard

           Born: 29 Oct 1892 - Boone County, Indiana 2
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elsie June Lindawood (1892-      )
           Marr: 2 Sep 1911 - Boone County, Indiana 2




General Notes (Husband)

[bobspu.ged]

This family is listed in the 1900 census for Boone County, Indiana. At that time, James was a farmer. His mother Sarah lived with them.


Source: Lori Bushman-Sep 1997


General Notes for Child Ora Alanzo Woodard

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m1. Elizabeth Scott m2. Lillie Alice Randle m3. Lorenia Cragan

Source: Lori Bushman-Sep 1997


Solomon Doty



Husband Solomon Doty 1

           Born: Abt 1691
     Christened: 
           Died: 1761-1762
         Buried: 


         Father: Isaac Doty (1648-1728) 1
         Mother: Elizabeth England (Abt 1648-      ) 1


       Marriage: 




Wife

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General Notes (Husband)

!BIRTH:"MB&D", MB&D, Vol.1,pg 422

!DEATH:"MB&D", MB&D, Vol.1,pg 422


Elkanah Pratt and Susanna Doty



Husband Elkanah Pratt 1

           Born: 12 Mar 1711 - Plympton, MA
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           Died: 
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         Father: Joseph Pratt (Abt 1676-1713) 1
         Mother: Martha Lazell (1684-1723) 1


       Marriage: 28 Mar 1734 - Plympton, MA




Wife Susanna Doty 1

           Born: 1710
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: John Doty (1668-Abt 1747) 1
         Mother: Mehitable Nelson (      -      ) 1



   Other Spouse: John Finney (1701-      ) 1 - 25 Apr 1739 - Plympton, MA


General Notes (Husband)

!BIRTH:"Pratt Directory", The Pratt Directory - 1998 Editi o n, Jayne Pratt Lovelace - "JPLovelace@aol.com", East Hadd am , CT 06423, Ancestor House, 1998, pg.272


General Notes (Wife)

!BIRTH:"Pratt Directory", The Pratt Directory - 1998 Editi o n, Jayne Pratt Lovelace - "JPLovelace@aol.com", East Hadd am , CT 06423, Ancestor House, 1998, pg.272


Notes (Marriage)

!MARRIAGE:"MFM", "MFM", pg.159


John Finney and Susanna Doty



Husband John Finney 1

           Born: 13 Dec 1701
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
       Marriage: 25 Apr 1739 - Plympton, MA

   Other Spouse: Sarah Bartlett (1699-Bef 1739) 1




Wife Susanna Doty 1

           Born: 1710
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: John Doty (1668-Abt 1747) 1
         Mother: Mehitable Nelson (      -      ) 1



   Other Spouse: Elkanah Pratt (1711-      ) 1 - 28 Mar 1734 - Plympton, MA



Children
1 M Josiah Finney 1

           Born: 17 Jan 1740
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 1799
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elizabeth Warren (1662-      ) 1




General Notes (Husband)

!BIRTH:"MB&D", MB&D, Vol.2, pg.391


General Notes (Wife)

!BIRTH:"Pratt Directory", The Pratt Directory - 1998 Editi o n, Jayne Pratt Lovelace - "JPLovelace@aol.com", East Hadd am , CT 06423, Ancestor House, 1998, pg.272


Notes (Marriage)

!MARRIAGE:"MFM", "MFM", pg.158

!MARRIAGE:"Pratt Directory", The Pratt Directory - 1998 Ed i tion, Jayne Pratt Lovelace - "JPLovelace@aol.com", East H ad dam, CT 06423, Ancestor House, 1998, pg.272


General Notes for Child Josiah Finney

!BIRTH:"MB&D", MB&D, Vol.2, pg.391


Nathaniel Kirtland and Temperance Doty



Husband Nathaniel Kirtland 1

           Born: 1690
     Christened: 
           Died: Between 1729 and 1781
         Buried: 


         Father: John Kirtland (Between 1639-Between 1693) 1
         Mother: Lydia Pratt (Between 1648-Between 1693) 1


       Marriage: 

   Other Spouse: Phebe Marvin (1696-Between 1728) 1 - 22 Aug 1716

   Other Spouse: Eunice Pratt (1721-      ) 1




Wife Temperance Doty 1

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General Notes (Husband)

!BIRTH:"Pratt Directory", The Pratt Directory - 1998 Editi o n, Jayne Pratt Lovelace - "JPLovelace@aol.com", East Hadd am , CT 06423, Ancestor House, 1998, pg.307


Notes (Marriage)

2nd wife.

!MARRIAGE:"Pratt Directory", The Pratt Directory - 1998 Ed i tion, Jayne Pratt Lovelace - "JPLovelace@aol.com", East H ad dam, CT 06423, Ancestor House, 1998, pg.307


Thomas Doty and Elizabeth Harlow



Husband Thomas Doty 1

           Born: Abt 1674
     Christened: 
           Died: 
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         Father: Thomas Doty (1641-1678) 1
         Mother: Mary Churchill (Abt 1640-      ) 1


       Marriage: 24 Feb 1703 - Plymouth, MA

   Other Spouse: Mercy Ellis (      -      ) 1 - 18 Apr 1705 - Sandwich, MA




Wife Elizabeth Harlow 1

           Born: Feb 1683
     Christened: 
           Died: Bef 21 Jun 1712
         Buried: 


         Father: William Harlow (1657-1712) 1
         Mother: Lydia Cushman (1658-1719) 1





Children
1 M Thomas Doty 1

           Born: Abt 1703
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Elizabeth Cook (Abt 1704-      ) 1
           Marr: 1 Nov 1722




General Notes (Wife)

!BIRTH:"MB&D", MB&D, Vol.2. pg.437

!DEATH:"MB&D", MB&D, Vol.2. pg.437


Notes (Marriage)

!MARRIAGE:"MFM", "MFM", pg.160


Thomas Doty and Mercy Ellis



Husband Thomas Doty 1

           Born: Abt 1674
     Christened: 
           Died: 
         Buried: 


         Father: Thomas Doty (1641-1678) 1
         Mother: Mary Churchill (Abt 1640-      ) 1


       Marriage: 18 Apr 1705 - Sandwich, MA

   Other Spouse: Elizabeth Harlow (1683-Bef 1712) 1 - 24 Feb 1703 - Plymouth, MA




Wife Mercy Ellis 1

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Notes (Marriage)

!MARRIAGE:"MFM", "MFM", pg.161


George Samuel Douan and Anna Laura Robinson



Husband George Samuel Douan

           Born: 11 Sep 1864 - Richfield Co., South Carolina
     Christened: 
           Died: 2 Mar 1920 - Charleston, SC
         Buried: 


         Father: John B Douan (Abt 1834-1902)
         Mother: Frances Ann (1832-1898)


       Marriage: 24 Mar 1885 - Charleston, SC




Wife Anna Laura Robinson

           Born: 18 Jul 1870 - Charleston, SC
     Christened: 
           Died: 30 Aug 1944 - Charleston, SC
         Buried: 



John S Douan and Lucia A Folger



Husband John S Douan 3

           Born: 23 Dec 1872 - Charleston, SC
     Christened: 
           Died: 28 Feb 1945 - Washington DC
         Buried:  - Pickens Presbyterian Church, Pickens Co., SC


         Father: John B Douan (Abt 1834-1902)
         Mother: Frances Ann (1832-1898)


       Marriage: 28 Nov 1914 - Baltimore, MD




Wife Lucia A Folger 3

           Born: 22 Aug 1878 - Pickens Co., SC
     Christened: 
           Died: 9 Sep 1941 - Washington, DC
         Buried:  - Pickens Presbyterian Church, Pickens Co., SC


         Father: Julius Franklin Folger (1847-1888) 3
         Mother: Julia Augusta Alexander (1843-1882) 3




General Notes (Wife)

Folger, Minors Box 116 No. 3 July 3, 1888 J.McD. Bruce, J.E. Boggs, W.M. Hagood bound to J.B. Newberry Ord. sum $537.32. J.McD. Bruce gdn. for Lucia & Marie Folger minors under 21 yrs...Chn. of J. Frank Folger...A.R. Newton Folger, Laura Folger O'Dell, Mary Folger of Easley, S.C. were relatives.... Source: Folger papers located at the South Carolina Historical Society/2002


David Nelson Douberley



Husband David Nelson Douberley (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: James Ellis Douberley
         Mother: Mary Elizabeth Stockton


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Elisabeth Ann Douberley



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Wife Elisabeth Ann Douberley (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: James Ellis Douberley
         Mother: Mary Elizabeth Stockton





James Ellis Douberley and Mary Elizabeth Stockton



Husband James Ellis Douberley (details suppressed for this person)

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Wife Mary Elizabeth Stockton (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Robert Glenn Stockton
         Mother: Elizabeth Joan Kieser





Children
1 F Elisabeth Ann Douberley (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M James Robert Douberley (details suppressed for this person)

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3 M David Nelson Douberley (details suppressed for this person)

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James Robert Douberley



Husband James Robert Douberley (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: James Ellis Douberley
         Mother: Mary Elizabeth Stockton


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Charles Ransome and Annie Martha Double



Husband Charles Ransome 4

           Born: 16 Aug 1888 - Lidgate 4
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           Died: 18 Aug 1970 - Ipswich 4
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         Father: John William Ransome (1861-1951) 4
         Mother: Jessie Mansfield (1860-1934) 4


       Marriage: 




Wife Annie Martha Double 4

           Born: 1889 4
     Christened: 
           Died: 21 Mar 1965 4
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Children
1 M Alfred George Ransome (details suppressed for this person)

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         Spouse: Evelyn May Jacklin (living)



2 M William Charles Ransome 4

           Born: 18 Oct 1913 - Ipswich 4
     Christened: 
           Died: 21 Nov 1994 - Stowmarket 4
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Francis Rhona Goodchild (living)



3 M Stanley John Ransome 4

           Born: 1 Feb 1916 - Ipswich 4
     Christened: 
           Died: 13 Dec 1998 - Ipswich 4
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Audrey Phylis Mitchell (living)



4 M Charles Ransome 4

           Born: 30 Apr 1920 4
     Christened: 
           Died: 1944 - Ww2 4
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5 M Frederick Ransome 4

           Born: 8 Mar 1922 4
     Christened: 
           Died: 6 Apr 1990 - Ipswich 4
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6 M Ronald James Ransome (details suppressed for this person)

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         Spouse: Doreen Chinall (living)



7 F Gladys May Ransome (details suppressed for this person)

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         Spouse: Frederick John Banks (living)



8 M Frank Ransome (details suppressed for this person)

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         Spouse: Beatrice Edith Rose Page (living)



9 F Edith Ransome (details suppressed for this person)

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         Spouse: Cecil Edward Kay (living)



10 M Leslie Ransome (details suppressed for this person)

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General Notes (Husband)

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General Notes for Child William Charles Ransome

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General Notes for Child Stanley John Ransome

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General Notes for Child Charles Ransome

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General Notes for Child Frederick Ransome

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Joanna Kate Double



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Wife Joanna Kate Double (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Robert George Double
         Mother: Jacqueline Lake





Julie Caroline Double



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Wife Julie Caroline Double (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Robert George Double
         Mother: Jacqueline Lake





Leonard Double and Lillian Maud Goodchild



Husband Leonard Double 4

           Born: 14 Mar 1913 4
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           Died: 16 Apr 1992 - Ipswich 4
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Wife Lillian Maud Goodchild (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Ernest William Goodchild (1878-      ) 4
         Mother: Jane Hartley (      -      ) 4





Children
1 M Robert George Double (details suppressed for this person)

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         Spouse: Jacqueline Lake (living)



2 M Richard James Double (details suppressed for this person)

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         Spouse: Maureen Howard (living)





Lisa Double



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Wife Lisa Double (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Robert George Double
         Mother: Jacqueline Lake





Louise Marie Double



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Wife Louise Marie Double (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Richard James Double
         Mother: Maureen Howard





Paul Robert Double



Husband Paul Robert Double (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Robert George Double
         Mother: Jacqueline Lake


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Richard James Double and Maureen Howard



Husband Richard James Double (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Leonard Double (1913-1992) 4
         Mother: Lillian Maud Goodchild


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Wife Maureen Howard (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 F Louise Marie Double (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Stephanie Jane Double (details suppressed for this person)

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Robert George Double and Jacqueline Lake



Husband Robert George Double (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Leonard Double (1913-1992) 4
         Mother: Lillian Maud Goodchild


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Wife Jacqueline Lake (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 M Paul Robert Double (details suppressed for this person)

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2 F Lisa Double (details suppressed for this person)

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3 F Julie Caroline Double (details suppressed for this person)

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4 F Joanna Kate Double (details suppressed for this person)

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Stephanie Jane Double



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Wife Stephanie Jane Double (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Richard James Double
         Mother: Maureen Howard





Chief Doublehead



Husband Chief Doublehead

           Born: Abt 1750 - Cherokee Nation East.
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           Died: Abt Aug
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         Father: 
         Mother: Ailsey Of The Paint Clan (Abt 1730-      )


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Wife

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Children
1 F Nannie Doublehead

           Born: Abt 1784 - Cherokee, Cherokee Co, GA.
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         Spouse: Drumgooie (Abt 1780-      )
         Spouse: John Anthony Foreman III (Abt 1783-      )
           Marr: Abt 1799





Drumgooie and Nannie Doublehead



Husband Drumgooie

           Born: Abt 1780
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Wife Nannie Doublehead

           Born: Abt 1784 - Cherokee, Cherokee Co, GA.
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         Father: Chief Doublehead (Abt 1750-      )
         Mother: 



   Other Spouse: John Anthony Foreman III (Abt 1783-      ) - Abt 1799



John Anthony Foreman III and Nannie Doublehead



Husband John Anthony Foreman III

           Born: Abt 1783
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         Father: John Anthony Foreman II (      -      )
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       Marriage: Abt 1799




Wife Nannie Doublehead

           Born: Abt 1784 - Cherokee, Cherokee Co, GA.
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         Father: Chief Doublehead (Abt 1750-      )
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   Other Spouse: Drumgooie (Abt 1780-      )



Children
1 M John Anthony Foreman IV

           Born: Abt 1801
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2 F Elizabeth 'Betsy' Foreman

           Born: Abt 1802 - Polk Co, TN Now Bradley Co, TN.
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         Spouse: Edley Springston (Abt 1802-      )
           Marr: Abt 1818



3 M James Foreman

           Born: Abt 1807
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Chief Tai-Tsuska Doublehead and Peggy Scott Sister Of



Husband Chief Tai-Tsuska Doublehead 1

           Born: Abt 1725 - Cherokee Nation, Now GA
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           Died: Aug 1807 - Tavern, Cherokee Nation
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         Father: Chief Dutch Tau-Chee Broom Deer Clan (      -      ) 1
         Mother: Nancy Broom Moytoy Full Blood Paint Clan (Abt 1683-      ) 1


       Marriage: 

   Other Spouse: Sarah (      -      ) 1




Wife Peggy Scott Sister Of 1

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General Notes (Husband)

"Came Catherine Spencer and makes oath that she liv e d a t t h e house of Doublehead the Chief when he was kil le d wh ic h wa s many years ago, she thinks it was about 2 7 y ear s ago , an d that she lived in his family about 1 2 year s. A pplica nt i s the niece of Old Doublehead, an d is th e onl y daughte r an d child of E=yah=chu=tlee, a b rother o f Doub lehead, an d Cha u=e=u=kah ^is her mother , and was t hen a g rown woma n abou t 19 years old= and af fiant state s that th e followin g descr ibed property wa s there and be longed t o Doublehea d the Chie f when he wa s killed= to wi t,

"One negro man named Andrew about 21 years old, very l i k e l y $1000, 00 One young negro man named Joe a Race Ri de r , ve r y smart $650,00 One mullatto boy named Ben, 1 6 yea r s ol d $6 00,00 one brother of his named George, 1 4 year s o ld $5 50,0 0 one negro boy named Jacob about 1 5 years o ld $ 550,0 0 == $ 2350,00

"one negro man named Riddle about 22 years old 800, 0 0 o n e n egro woman named Phebe about 25 or 6 years ol d $5 00, 0 0 an d her four children, the oldest 10 & younge s t 2 yea r s old a t $200 each on an average is $800,00 o n e negro wo ma n name d Mary or Polly about 23 years old $ 50 0, 00 wit h he r two chi ldren ---350,00

"Austin, a man between thirty & 40 years old $600,0 0 a n d h i s wife Magon about 30 years old, a house woman , go o d coo k , washer & Ironer $600,00 with five childre n th e ol des t a b oy 12 years old & ranging from him dow n to t he yo unge st abo ut 2 years old, all worth on an av erage $ 200 ea ch -- $1000,0 0 This man and woman came by t he deat h of th e appli cants fa ther to ^the Old Chief Dou blehea d with thi s affian t when sh e was moved to his [qu arters ] after th e death o f her father , and from this ma n and w oman thes e 5 childre n were raise d and all thes e seven ne gros wer e [once] the r ight of thi s applican t but affian t does no t know where i t is now = aff iant d eclares mos t solemnly o n her oath tha t she never sol d t hem to any b ody nor bee n paid one dolla r for them--

"all of the above described negroes were there befo r e t h e G eorgia negroes were brought there, & applican t st ate s t ha t a white man named Chisholm was gone to Ge orgi a t o coll ec t money due Old Doublehead when he was k ille d & s hortl y aft er that Chisholm returned with nin e grow n negro es fro m Geor gia and left them there as a p art o f Doublehe ads pro perty a nd said he got those nin e negroe s in plac e of the m oney du e unto Doublehead = a ffiant an d the othe r Cherakee s [eviden tly?] then took t hese nin e negroes an d put them i n the negr o cabins wit h the othe r negroes an d provided fo r them as fo r the ot her negroe s of Doublehea d and they rem ained ther e a s a part of hi s estate until l taken off by th e whit e men; f ive of thes e Georgia negro es were men wort h $70 0 each -- ?, 00 and t he other four wo men worth $500 ea c h --2000,00 all s tou t able negroes an d well grown, the n a mes not recalled n o r the ages==

"There were 30 head of cows & calves worth $12 00 eac h - - $ 3 60,00 and about 100 head of fine stock cattle, bi g st ur d y [ heifers] all worth 5 to 8 dollars each $650,0 0 on e fi n e stu d horse at home worth as the people sai d $700, 00 a n d one ot her stud horse at South West Poin t said b y the p eo ple to b e worth $1000,00 and there wer e 8 othe r fine ma re s and geld ings bought of Rik=e=ti=ya h = Joh n Christy' s mot her worth $ 100 each --$800,00 an d nine ot her head o f commo n [draw?] ho rses [ruous?] an d colts wor th about 5 0 or 60 d ollars each , say 55 on a n average $49 5,00 and [f ive good e ail?] horse s called f irst rate & wo rth $500,0 0 Doublehea d paid a fin e negr o named Mary fo r the 8 bough t of John Ch risty's moth e r with a view to i ncrease his st ock of horses , and tha t neg ro was not an y of thoses house d here ==thi s John C hristy ha s gone t o Sekausas.

"50 head of sows & pigs & shoots and small stock hogs r u n n i ng about the house $3,00 each --$150,00 one hundre d h e a d o f large hogs running out in the woods worth $5, 0 0 i s -- $500 ,00 4 large first rate beds & bedding & bedsteads worth $ 4 0 e a c h --$160, 00 6 [weisdrar?] chairs at 2,00 each 12,00 12 common du ,50cts 6,00 1 case of bottles & liquor --10,00 4 doz plates --4,00 8 dishes, all large --6,00 2 good tables --8,00 1 fine du --1,50 2 large pots --10,00 3 large ovens --9,00 2 smaller pots --2,00 1 dinner pot --2,00 1 brass kettle, common size 2,50 1 tea kettle --1,50 3 pair of iron fire dogs 4,50 1 saddle & bridle & brace of pistols a good saddle part worn =15,00 the pistols first rate with a case & working 30,00

"[Prince] according to her best [yu agrement] of th e v a l u e of such articles of property & affiant states t ha t Do ub le head had a store there and a white man name d Phi llip s wa s t he clerk and [rate for ach] and the Che roke e peopl e cam e th ere daily and bought goods for cas h an d Phillip s refus ed t o sell goods on a credit to th e Cher okees. i t was a co menda ble stock worth about tw o or thre e thousan d dollars , and Do ublehead told affian t just bef ore he wa s killed th at he ha d three thousan d dollars i n a trunk i n the store r oom=affia nt sais lar ge quantitie s of money i n Phillips han ds but can not sta te how much a s she never c ounted it; affi ant did no t kn ow of her uncl e buying any t hing after tha t time and t h inks there woul d have been a s much as more th an $300 0 cas h on hand==aff iant admits i t to be true that s he d oes not k now so wel l about the sto re and the money bec a use Phillip s the whi te man had the e ntire IOU that o f i t when Doublehe ad wa s died and and di d not show th e mone y any more and di d n ot communicate th e situatio n of it t o affiant == that y e ar a white man nam ed Samue l [Llebarrin an alrevcee d] fo r Do ublehead and wa s makin g a good crop a nd [anocianally ] all t he big negroe s [ic raekill] out. -- T he [Observer ] quit ther e [loan] af te r Doublehead was kille d == Bir d Doublehead an d his bro t her were sent to school a nd boa rding at the [Clar ks] a n d Peggy Peggy and Sucunnah a nd [ Fley] will [aff aho ] N on e of the children of Doublehe a d were there nor does a f fia nt recollect of their commin g t here == they were al l ve r y young. Bird was the aldes t & ma ny years younge r than t hi s affiant and no claims c ame thro ugh to prote ct their r ight s or secure their prop erty == [l it surrue d] that afte r thei r father was kille d by his peop le tha t the childre n were al so endangered b y the nation = = th is affiant [ave rried] an d managed as w ell as she cou l d do.

Affiant states that as soon as the news came that Doubl e h e a d was killed Phillips shut up the store and kept i t s h u t u p and quit selling goods == The crop was contin ue d wo rk in g by the ^negroes the others [heuinep] of Dou ble hea d wen t o n untill towards fall when four white me n cam e th ere an d st ayed four or five days, -- these whi te me n talk ed to P hilli ps a good long time and they see med t o be cou nsellin g toget her but affiant could not un =derst and the m -- thes e white m en after talked to the n egroe s and afte r about fo ur days co uncelling the whit e men as ked affian t and her Au nts & [Sone y] ^Thau=ti=n e - all Do ublehead an d Wah=hatc h a brother o f Doublehea d to [gueri te] a [loam ] and thes e one of the whi te ma n named Blac k proposed tha t all the n egroes and hors e s and cattle an d hogs and al l the removabl e property s houl d be taken ca re off for th e children of Ol d Doubleh ead thi s Black wa s the man wit h whom Bird Doubleh ead ha d been an d was the re boording a t whoal It was aske d b y the whites w hethe r this should b e done or not and no n e of the Cherokee s c ountered to it , but Phillips the s tor e keeper gave hi s c onsent to it an d he went off wit h the t hree white me n and t hey carried a ll the goods bo xes and tr unks and al l belongin gs to the s tore (off wit h them) and a ll the ab ove describe d article s of propert y and negroes, a nd catt le and horses a nd hog s [t&] of f with them and the y [neui i] ande paid for [ norl etuiua ] any more = one of th e negr oes named Andrew wh o co ul d speak and and understan d bot h English & Cherokee st a t ed to affiant that he unders too d what the white men s a i d and he told this affiant th a t these white men wer e no t [m eaning] to save the negroe s a nd the other prope rty fo r th e children of Doublehea d and t hat they were [ meaning ] to ge t it all for their o wn use an d fixing t o steal i t and tha t if the white me n did act s o with th e propert y he Andrew w ould run awa y and come bac k to th e nation ag ain. The othe r negroes s eemed to be conc erne d that thes e white men woul d take th em to where Bird D o ublehead wa s and went cheerfull y an d the negroes assist e d the whit e men in collecting th e s tock and loading u p th e waggon a nd one of the negroes d r ove off the tea m and th e plantati on was left without an y hu man beein g on it but h er aunt s and Wah=hatihi It wa s the un derst anding with al l the In dians that the childr en were t o h ave all this prop erty a t last. Wah=hatih go t some India n s to [aprint hein ] and t hey gathered the cr ops and pu t it a way and no mor e whit e men came there t o [couriett ] for th e goods of ht e heir s of Old Doublehea d, and thi s affiant an d her two Au nts [ Sorrey & Ks-ti-e- ie-ah Dou blehead and Wah- hatih [mod e ure a it thermires ] ==Blac k and these other whit e men di d no t say that Dou blehea d owed them money, but onl y said t ha t the propert y shou ld be taken care of for the us e of h i s heirs and t his a ffiant and other [kinfolks] did no t co ns ent [uren ] to t hat for this affiant these thoughts a r e kno wn at t he ti me that this affiant and the other Cher oke es c oul d hav e taken as good [coreafit] as these friend ly wh i t e me n could do.

Sworn to be transcribed before me this 8th June 1838 [Leirniz Lieiculf] Commissioner

her Catherine X Spencer mark


Notes (Marriage)

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1 J. Feagin, Gedcom from J. Feagin.

2 Lori Bushman-Sep 1997.

3 Herman Geshwind, Old Pendelton District Database - a project of the Old Pendelton District Chapter of the South Carolina Genealogica Society..

4 hurr01.GED.

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