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Commemorative biographical record of Dutchess County, New York, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families

Commemorative biographical record of Dutchess County, New York, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families

Source : Internet Archive

Commemorative biographical record of Dutchess County, New York, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families

Commemorative biographical record of Dutchess County, New York, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of many of the early settled families

Source : Internet Archive

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in the town of Beekman, Mr. Doughty married Miss Elizabeth Van Benschoten, of the town of Lagrange, Dutchess county, and


Page 315

During his boyhood, George T. Doughty attended the district schools near his home in Beekman town, and for


Page 315

Joseph Doughty, the grandfather of our ubject. was born on Long Island, and fol-Dwed farming


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William Doughty, the father of our subject, was a native of the town of Beekman,


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one of the irst being Francis Doughty, a clergyman of he Church of England.


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present farm, a daughter of Joseph Doughty, whose ancestors came from Holland. Seven children were born to this worthy couple,


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was married to Miss Hannah Maria Doughty, who was born upon their present farm, a daughter of Joseph Doughty, whose


Page 387

Joseph Doughty, father of Mrs. Wilson B. Sheldon, was born in the town of Beekman,


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Doughty, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth I Doughty, and of their union were born three children: Amelia B., wife of


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man, Mr. Sheldon married Miss Sophia M. Doughty, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth I Doughty, and of their union were


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Elizabeth, "^o married a Mr. Doughty, Caroline, who married a Mr. Wilson, Theodorus, Jr., and Charles Piatt, our subject's


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father, and Emeline, who married George Doughty, a farmer.


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district schools near his home Charles Doughty secured his education, and he always remained upon the homestead farm in the


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Joseph Doughty, the great-grandfather of our subject, was a native of Long Island, and vas


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On May 23, 1865, Mr. Doughty was married to Miss Mary E. Brown, a lady who is greatly respected


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William Doughty, the grandfather of our subject, was born in the town of Beekman, and


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was a descendant of Rev. Francis Doughty, who about the year


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second son of Charles and Mary E. Doughty, was born June 30, 1871, and at the present time is steward


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family reside in Chicago, where Mrs. Morton Doughty was born. Christopher Brown, the second son of Charles and Mary E.


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in Dutchess county, daughter of Joseph Doughty, and their children are as follows: Amelia B. , married to Kromaline Andrews


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political matters. He married Miss Sophia M. Doughty, also born in Dutchess county, daughter of Joseph Doughty, and their children


Page 670

married, for his second wifei Mary Doughty, and had the following chilj dren: Isaac, William, Stephen, John, Charles Benjamin,^ Phebe,


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Green Haven, town of Beekman. Joseph Doughty, married Psyche Wiltsie, of Fishkill, and paid ,^ioo for the right to settle


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1824. Her grandfather, William Doughty, married a widow, Sarah Van Wyck Vanderburgh, and was a highly respected citizen


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subject, and Sarah, wl married William Doughty.


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Elizabeth, the wife of Dr. John H. Doughty, of Matteawan, Dutchess county, Matilda, widow of W. H. Wright, and Robert,


Page 811

776, married Jacob Doughty, Rhoda, born


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-Sophia Doughty, Wrlson B. -Hannah M. Doughty, Harrison-Hannah Ward, and Almeah-Andrew Ward.


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daughter of Peter and Emma Doughty, prominent residents of Beekman, and he has a pleasant home in Pawling, his


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Mr. Norton was married to Miss Siche Doughty, daughter of Peter D. and Emma Doughty, prominent residents of Beekman, and


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and Ruth. Judith, who married Samuel A. Doughty, is the only one living.


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eldest son, Joshua Gardner, married Jane Doughty, and had four children: (i) Mary A. wedded Samuel Adams, and had four


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He was a son of Stephen and Mary (Ellis) Doughty, the former of whom was a native of Washington town,


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was united in marriage with Daniel Doughty, a mechanic of the town of Washington, who died in 1852.


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IJr RS. HANNAH DOUGHTY (deceased), a L late a resident of Webatuck, town of ·over, Dutchess county,


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Mrs. Doughty was born in the town of Dover, January 27, 1826, and died June


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Mary Doughty, a daughter of Oliver Doughty, and three children bless their union, Mrs. Leonora Murch, Paul D. and Laura.


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of Clinton, Mr. Harris wedded Mary H. Doughty, a daughter of Oliver Doughty, and three children bless their union, Mrs.


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the interests of Thomas Doughty, Augustus Doughty and Capt. I. E. Wicks in the Poughkeepsie Transportation Co., in 1888 buying


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Brinckerhoff purchased the interests of Thomas Doughty, Augustus Doughty and Capt. I. E. Wicks in the Poughkeepsie Transportation Co., in


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as follows: Amelia, wife of Joseph Doughty, of Salt Point, Dutchess county, Edward E., of whom sketch is elsewhere in


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Doughty, George T - 199


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Doughty, Charles 321


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Doughty, Miss Phebe J 199


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Doughty, Mrs. Hannah 823