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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 : FamilySearch

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 : FamilySearch

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


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


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Joseph Doughty, the grandfather of our subject, was born on Long Island, and followed farming


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


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


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


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


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


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


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of: Elizabeth, who married a Mr. Doughty, Caroline, who married a Mr. Wilson, Theodorus, Jr., and Charles Platt, 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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Palma non sine pulvere. '' Joseph Doughty, the great-grandfather of our subject, was a native of Long Island, and was


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


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


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


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


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married, for his second wife, Mary Doughty, and had the following children: Isaac, William, Stephen, John, Charles, Benjamin,1


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31, 1776. Her other great-grandfather, Joseph Doughty, was born in England in 1744.


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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, who married William Doughty.


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Lydia, bora in 1772, married Martin Doughty, Elizabeth, born in 1774, married a Mr. Manney, of Poughkeepsie, Phoebe, born in


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Phoebe, born in 1776, married Jacob Doughty, Rhoda, born in 1777, married Morton De la Vergne, Ricket-son, born in 1779,


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Ophelia-Henry Amey, Anner-Wilson Johnson, Jeremiah-Sophia Doughty, Wilson B.-Hannah M. Doughty, Harrison-Hannah Ward, and Almeah-Andrew Ward.


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Johnson, Jeremiah-Sophia Doughty, Wilson 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: (1) 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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RS. HANNAH DOUGHTY (deceased), 4Pd L late a resident of Webatuck, town of Dover, 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