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Descendants of Rev. Benjamin Doggett of Virginia

Martha McDaniel Thompson

Descendants of Rev. Benjamin Doggett of Virginia

by Martha McDaniel Thompson

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Published by B.D. Heflin in Redding, Calif. (1272 W. Niles Ln., Redding 96002) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Virginia
    • Subjects:
    • Doggett family.,
    • Doggett, Benjamin, 1636-1682 -- Family.,
    • Virginia -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesDescendants of Reverend Benjamin Doggett of Virginia.
      StatementBlanche Doggett Heflin.
      ContributionsHeflin, Blanche Doggett, 1909-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.D658 1984a
      The Physical Object
      Pagination162 p. :
      Number of Pages162
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2288100M
      LC Control Number86156045

        Genealogy profile for Benjamin Doggett, II Benjamin Doggett, II (c - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Benjamin Doggett, II (c - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. The Harrison family of Virginia is an American political family whose direct descendants include a Founding Father of the nation, Benjamin Harrison V, and three United States presidents: William Henry Harrison, Benjamin Harrison, and Abraham Harrisons are among four families to have two presidents in their number with the same surname; the others are the Adams, Roosevelt, and Bush.

      Evidence suggests Rev. Doggett was already in VA when John was born. Benjamin witnessed a Power of Atty on 18 Jan [70]. John was not named in his father's will, dated 14 Mar /1, and was presumably deceased. Search Virginia family histories through our genealogy books, maps; birth, death, census, land and military records. Everyday discount prices. Virginia Revolutionary Publick Claims. 3 Vol. Set. A History of St Mark's Parish Culpeper County Virginia. E-book, PDF format. Available for immediate download. RP

      versity at this time. Edith and Kathryn, descendants of Rebecca Dogg«t and Rev. Lambeth, were the first of Guilford Doggetts to visit the school attended by Rev. Benjamin Doggett, Virginia Magazine of History says Reverend Benjamin was the first minister to Serve so long—là years and evidentlv not included in those ministers. Rev. Benjamin Doggett; Alabama History. George Washington Doggett, Sr. () G.W. Doggett Family Bible; Civil War Soldier; Earl Doggett – War Hero Earl’s Last Days Detailed; Earl’s Flight Crew & Planes; Sandy Wilson’s Research Data; Second Air Division Memorial Library; Earl Doggett’s Military Diary; Book: Nine Yanks and a.


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Descendants of Rev. Benjamin Doggett of Virginia by Martha McDaniel Thompson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Descendants of Rev. Benjamin Doggett of Virginia. [Martha McDaniel Thompson; Blanche Doggett Heflin] -- Benjamin Doggett () was born in Ipswich, Suffolk, England.

He married Jane Garrard in They came to America before and settled in Lancaster County, Virginia. Descendants and. Benjamin Doggett () was born in Ipswich, Suffolk, England. He married Jane Garrard in They came to America before and settled in Lancaster County, Virginia.

Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Missouri, Texas, California and elsewhere. Includes ancestors in England to the s. Cover title: Descendants from Reverened [sic] Benjamin Doggett of Virginia. The Doggett books and files of Blanche Doggett Heflin were organized and indexed by Martha McDaniel Thompson, a certified genealogist.

Includes indexes. Other Titles Descendants of Reverend Benjamin Doggett of : Father: William DOGGETT Mother: Anne LANGLEY === Descendants of Rev. Benjamin Doggett of Virginia, Blanche Doggett, Pages, West Niles Lane, Redding, CAP.

=== LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE REV. BENJAMIN DOGGETT Recorded 10 January /83 in Lancaster County, Virginia, Will Book 5, Page 82 (Spelling and punctuation modernized). Reverend Benjamin L.

Doggett was born on Octo in Ipswich, Suffolk, England to William Doggett II and Anne Langley Doggett. Benjamin married Jane Garrard on Septem in St. Mary's, Ipswich, Suffolk, England and had a child: Richard Doggett.

REV. BENJAMIN DOGGETT was born on Octo in Ipswich, Suffolk, England, son of WILLIAM DOGGETT and ANN LANGLY. He was married on Septem in St Marys Tower, Ipswich, Suffolk, England to JANE GARRARD, they had 4 children.

He died in the year in White Chap, Lancaster, Virginia, Verenigde Staten. This information is part of by on Genealogy Online. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Rev Benjamin Doggett (28 Oct –), Find a Grave Memorial no.

citing Saint Mary's Whitechapel Episcopal Churchyard, Lancaster, Lancaster County, Virginia, USA ; Maintained by dscott (contributor ). We are trying to record all the descendants of the Rev. Benjamin Doggett that we can identify, with particular emphasis on those bearing the Doggett surname. Not every page may be posted at this time, but we are working on getting everthing back to where it was a few years ago, with the many updates that have been and are being made.

Doggett Family Home Page Devoted to the study of the family history of the Rev. Benjamin Doggett of Lancaster, Virginia, and his descendants, antecedents and kindred Historical Southern Families, Volume IV includes Dortch of Mecklenburgh County, Virginia (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($).

Doggett Family Home Page Devoted to the study of the family history of the Rev. Benjamin Doggett of Lancaster, Virginia, and his descendants, antecedents and kindred Sullivan Biography of J.

Doggett The Presbyterian Ministerial Directory, (Source: Google Books). The following genealogy chart shows Shelby County Doggetts' descent from Benjamin Doggett. (You may trace details online by clicking the first "Benjamin Doggett.") • Benjamin Doggett (2) of Lancaster County, Virginia (son of Rev.

Benjamin) (). Rev. Benjamin Doggett came from Ipswich, England to Virginia during the middle of the 17th century. He was a minister in Lancaster County and died in His baptism of Benjamin Doggett is recorded in the Register of St.

Mary-le-Tower Church in Ipswich, Suffolk. Colonial Men and Times: Containing the Journal of Col. Daniel Trabue, Some Account of His Ancestry, Life and Travels in Virginia and the Present State of Kentucky During the Revolutionary Period; the Huguenots, Genealogy, with Brief Sketches of the Allied Families.

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Read, borrow, and discover more than 3M books for free. pensioners of virginia militia in revolutionary war J.T. McAllister Pages, "x11", Full Name Index, Battles Index, Location Index, Soft Cover, ReprintedVA, $ An illustration of an open book.

Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. A history of the Doggett-Daggett family by Doggett, Samuel Bradlee, Publication date Topics Dogget family, Dogget, John, d.Dogget, Thomas,genealogy Publisher Boston: Press of Rockwell and Churchill Collection allen_county.

Info from book "Descendants of Rev. Benjamin Doggett of Virginia" Blanche Doggett Heflin, Redding, California ; Family History Library, Salt Lake City, UT, call # Dh, April The Doggett surname can be found in English records as early as the 12th surname first appears as Duchet and Doggett & Duckett was used.

Benjamin Doggett was the eldest child of the Rev. Benjamin and his wife Jane, and the only child born in England to emigrate to Virginia and survive. His christening is recorded in the parish register of Hadleigh, Suffolk, as occurring 9 Juland we can presume therefore that he was born in late June or early July of that year.

Born in Christ Church, Lancaster, Virginia, United States on to Rev Benjamin Doggett and Jane Francis Garrard.

Richard Doggett married Elizabeth Bushrod and had 4 children. He passed away on 20 Jun in Lancaster, Lancaster, Virginia, United States. Descendants of Benjamin Harris Part V of Descendants of Isaac Harris By Garda M. Hodgson: Benjamin Harris served as a soldier during the Revolutionary War; and, according to his Revolutionary War Pension Record, he was born in in Southampton County, Virginia, and diedin White County, Tennessee.

Emigration England to Virginia Anne Lovelace, daughter of William Lovelace and Anne Barne, was born in in Lovelace, Kent, England and died before 2 Jun in Lancaster County, Virginia. Anne Lovelace married Rev.

John Gorsuch in in England. Rev. Gorsuch died in England. One is an Ann Doggett born in in Surry Virginia, daughter of Benjamin Doggett born in Suffolk England in The next traces theirs to a George Doggett born in in Lancaster Virginia. George had a daughter named Margarett Doggett born in in Culpepper Virginia.

I dont know these areas so not sure how close they are.This collection consists of Virginia will records extracted from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, the William and Mary College Quarterly, and Tyler's Quarterly. The collection is organized by county, and includes a detailed table of contents at the beginning of the book, as well as a name index at the back of the book.