Miller DOGGETT was born 30 Mar 1789. He died 7 Sep 1841 in Giles Co, Tennessee and was buried in Robertson Fork Cemetery. Miller married Delilah (Dillie) GRIFFIS.
Delilah (Dillie) GRIFFIS was born 1788 in VA. She married Miller DOGGETT.
They had the following children:
M i William DOGGETT was born 17 Nov 1811 and died 11 Mar 1883.
William DOGGETT [Parents] 1 was born 17 Nov 1811 in Giles Co., Tennessee. He died 11 Mar 1883 in Marshall Co. TN and was buried in Robertson Fork Cemetery. William married Elizabeth C. ALLEN.
Other marriages:BEARDEN, Mehuldah
Descendants of Hannah Doggett
1 Hannah DOGGETT
.. +Thomas CHOWNING
. 2 Perthenia CHOWNING
..... +Samuel Clater MOORE b: January 9, 1793 Father: William (Campbell CO) Moore Mother: Nancy Walker
MAY 20, 1767. Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS.ORDER BOOK No. XI. (cont.)
(208) Elizabeth Bryan, executrix of David Bryan, demands counter security from Rhoda Doggett, late Rhoda Evans, admx. of late husband, Daniel Evans, and lately married to Richard Doggett.
Subject: Genealogical Gleanings in England cont.From: Maryd0318
Date: September 10, 1999; http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~scroots/sc05054.htm
same source pg. 51 JOHN DOGETT OF CAROLINA. This will takes the form of a letter of 8 July 1703 written by Benjamin Dogett, formerly a London merchant, to his brother , John Dogett in London. The letter , of which lengthy extracts appear in the P,C.C. Register, refers to Sister de Bary, a bother Otgher giving an acount of his mother's death in Carolina, and to the fact that John Dogett had left his wife and children in Carolina and was alleged by Otgher Dogett to be rein the Fleet Prison in London. The mother of the three brothers is stated to have left a will appointing Otgher sole executor. The letter ends:" I have to tell you I make you my sole executor in case mortality ...Designing to make my will I leave you all I have...Mr. Bl;ood who lives with us is witness to my hand. My service to honest Tony. I am ,dear Jack , your truly loving brother, Ben.Dogett. On 14 Novembver 1706 appeared personally Anthony Grindall of St. Brides, London, Esq.. aged above 30 years, and John Seymour of St. Botolph without Aldgate, distiller , aged above 30 years, who deposes that they knew Benjamin Dogett who died in Jamica and had known him for 10 years, They attested to his handwriting. (PRO:PCC 53/1709)
Frederick CO, VA
STYLE : [Concerning the Last Will & Testament of Francis Moore dec'd]
PLAINTIFF(s) : Francis Moore (dec'd)
DEPONENT(s) : Edward George; Benjamin Hyde; Robert Bissett; John A. Head; Elizabeth Moore; Jeremiah Minor ; Wharton Ransdall; Wm. George; John Clarke; Elizabeth Head; Thomas Coleman; Alexander Downey; William Head; Robert Moore; Susanna Coleman
PLACES MENTIONED : Orange; KY (Mercer Co.); KY (Woodford Co.); KY (Fayette Co.)
REMARK(s) : Deed of lease - Francis Moore to Reuben Moore - Orange - 1792 @
Will - Francis Moore - Orange - 1793
CITATION : [Concerning the Last Will & Testament of Francis Moore dec'd] / 1797 / CR-DC-L / 391-91
STYLE : Comwth vs Tod
PLAINTIFF(s) : Commonwealth
DEFENDANT(s) : George T. Tod
DEPONENT(s) : James Doggett; William Jackson; Andrew Enright; Elizabeth Jones; Bazil Caulbart; Patrick Moore; Peter J. Badley; Thomas Shelton; Richard Peacock
PLACES MENTIONED : Fredericksburg
REMARK(s) : Death - William Crane killed March 1793
CITATION : Comwth vs Tod / 1793 / CR-DC-R / 387-86
STYLE : Spencer &c vs Moore
PLAINTIFF(s) : Joseph Spencer; William Forde
DEFENDANT(s) : Reubin Moore
PLACES MENTIONED :
REMARK(s) : Will ref. - Francis Moore
CITATION : Spencer &c vs Moore / 1798 / CR-DC-V / 393-42
Descendants of John Brown
1 John BROWN b: Bet. 1758 - 1764 England or Culpeper CO d: 1834
.. +Lucy Mary DOGGETT b: caroline CO, VA m: ABT 1788 Culpeper Co, VA d: sumpter CO, SC;GEO DEVRIES [email@example.com] Father: Thomas Doggett Mother: Bathsheba
. 2 John Doggett BROWN b: 1789 d: December 31, 1834 culpeper Co, VA
..... +Catherine Thomas SAMPLE b: 1789 loudoun CO, VA m: 1810 Loudoun CO, VA
. 2 Sarah Randolph BROWN b: February 8, 1795 VA d: Hillsoboro, HIghland CO, OH
..... +Spencer F. DOGGETT b: 1796 culpeper Co, VA m: 1820 Culpeper CO, VA d: 1847 Hillsoboro, HIghland CO, OH
. 2 Nimrod BROWN b: March 29, 1796 culpeper Co, VA d: 1873 Coryell County, Texas
..... +Gracie REECE b: 1796 culpeper Co, VA m: 1818 Culpeper CO, VA
. 2 Thomas BROWN b: Aft. 1788
. 2 Walker BROWN b: Aft. 1788
..... +Mollie VAUGHN
. 2 Benjamin BROWN b: Aft. 1788
. 2 James BROWN b: Aft. 1788
. 2 Mary Mardy BROWN b: Aft. 1788
. 2 Mildred BROWN b: Aft. 1788 d: culpeper Co, VA
..... +William DOGGETT m: 1819 Culpeper CO, VA
. 2 Betsy BROWN b: Aft. 1788
. 2 Lucy BROWN b: Aft. 1788 d: culpeper Co, VA
Sevier County lies east of Blount County, and adjoins North Carolina on the south. It is one of the largest counties in the State, having an area of about 660 square miles. A considerable part of the land in broken and untillable, but along the streams,and in the coves and valleys int is exceedingly fertile. The French Broad River flows through the northern portion, andreceives the waters of Little Pigeon River, formed by thejunction of two forks which take their rise in the Great SmokeyMountains. Boyd's Creek flows through the eastern portion of thecounty, and also empties its waters into the French Broad.
The settlement of the territory now embraced in Sevier County was begun about 1788, although the several years previous it had been
traversed by traders and military bodies operating against the Cherokees.
In 1775 two traders from Virginia, Boyd and Doggett, while returning from a trip into the Indian nation, were killed by aband of savages, who threw their bodies into the stream which hassince been known a Boyd's Creek. In 1780 on of the best foughtof the early Indian battles took place on this creek, near what is now known as Rocky Springs.
In 1783 a number of settlers, who had recently located in thev icinity, assembled at Maj. [Major] Henry's, near the mouth ofDumplin Creek, and there built a fort. At about the same time afriendly conference with the Indians was held at the house of a Mr. Gist. It was attended by Maj. James Hubbard, who had settled on the north bank of the French Broad River just above Bryant'sFerry, and who became notorious for his enmity toward the Indians. His father's family in Virginia had been cruelly murdered by the Shawnees, and he had sworn vengeance against the whole race. He spared no pains to create Indian disturbances in order to afford opportunity to gratify his revenge, and this occasion was not exception. He attempted to frighten the Cherokees in attendance upon the conference into some hasty action which might furnish a pretext for violating the truce, but in this he was prevented by Capt. James White, and for a time peace was secured. After this the settlements south of the French Broad increased quite rapidly. In November, 1783, Thomas Stockton began the erection of the first gristmill in the county. It was located at Christian's Ford on the French Broad. During the following year the pioneers built their cabins and cleared field along Little Pigeon River and Boyd's Creek. On the later stream two strong forts were erected: One was at Samuel Newell's, near the head of the creek, and the other at Samuel McGaughey's lower down.
(My Moore/Watkins/Byerley line lived on the French Broad River during the 1820’s.) Doris
Descendants of John White
1 John WHITE b: 1790 nC;after 1820 in Giles CO, TN/later Lawrence CO
.. +MARY b: 1800 TN
. 2 Mahala WHITE
..... +Coffee GARNER
. 2  Henry WHITE
..... +Elizabeth MCMASTERS
. *2nd Wife of  Henry WHITE:
..... +Mary/Suzie Ann DOGGETT
. 2 Elender Jane WHITE
..... +Raford F. PEARCE
. 2 Albert Jackson WHITE
..... +Mariah SCHOLES
. 2 William Bethel WHITE
..... +Susan HARDIMAN
. 2 Sarah A. E. WHITE
..... +Thomas Jefferson FRAZIER
. 2 James Marion WHITE
..... +Amanda SCHOLES
. 2  John Franklin WHITE
..... +Ann g. DURRETT
. *2nd Wife of  John Franklin WHITE:
..... +Cynthia Caroline SHELTON
. 2 Emily C. WHITE
..... +Robert H. ALSUP
. 2 George Washington WHITE
..... +Parenthia SHELTON
. 2 Mary Louisa WHITE
..... +Joseph Rose DURRETT
. 2  Cyrenius WHITE
..... +Alice Della Williams OLIVER
. *2nd Wife of  Cyrenius WHITE:
..... +Martha Malissa CROWDER
A new book has just become available for researchers "The Family of
John & Mary "Polly" White, 1790-2000" by Josephine Willis Pickard. The book can be purchased from the Lawrence County Archives, 218 N. Military Ave., Suite B-1, Lawrenceburg, TN 38464. The check should be made to Josephine Pickard in the amount of $30 plus $3.95 shipping.
John White was born around 1790 in NC, while Mary (last name unknown) was born around 1800 in TN. They are found in the Giles County, TN 1820 census with two children under the age of 10. A few years later they have moved to Lawrence Co., TN where they raised twelve children. John purchased several pieces of property in southeast Lawrence Co. and was a prosperous farmer.
Their children were: 1) Mahala White m. Coffee Garner; 2) Henry White m.1st Elizabeth McMasters, 2nd Mary (Susie Ann) Doggett; 3) Elender JaneWhite m. Raford F. Pearce; 4) Albert Jackson White m. Mariah Scholes; 5)William Bethel White m. Susan Hardiman; 6) Sarah A. E. White m. ThomasJefferson Frazier; 7) James Marion White m. Amanda Scholes; 8) John
Franklin White m. 1st Ann G. Durrett, 2nd Cynthia Caroline Shelton;9) Emily C. White m. Thomas H. Alsup; 10) George Washington White m.Parthenia Shelton; 11) Mary Louisa White m. Joseph Rose Durrett; 12)Cyrenius White m. 1st Martha Malissa Crowder, 2nd Alice Della Williams Oliver.
Most of these twelve children stayed in Lawrence Co. and had large families who intermarried with many other families in the area.
Kathy Niedergeses, Director
Ø Lawrence County Archives
Descendants of Joel Blackwell
1  Joel BLACKWELL b: 1738 firstname.lastname@example.org d: Aft. 1763 In Orange CO, NC
.. +Rebecca WATKINS b: http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?watkins::blackwell::2230.html d: email@example.com
. 2 Peter Sylvester BLACKWELL
. 2 Daniel BLACKWELL
. 2 Rebecca BLACKWELL b: firstname.lastname@example.org
*2nd Wife of  Joel BLACKWELL:
.. +Henrietta BYARS
*3rd Wife of  Joel BLACKWELL:
.. +Sarah Ann DOGGETT
The JOEL BLACKWELL (b. Apr 4, 1754 to JOHN BLACKWELL and HANNAH HARRISON could not possibly be the older JOEL BLACKWELL, SENIOR(b. 1738 - d. 1821) who married HENRIETTA BYARS, REBECCAH WATKINS, and SARAH ANN DOGGETT. That JOEL BLACKWELL, SENIOR (b. 1738) was sued in Orange County, NC by a Richard Hansen in a property dispute styled
Court of Pleas and Quarter Session Folio and Page 74 COURT OF AUGUST 1763.
Necessarily JOEL BLACKWELL, SENIOR would have to have been old enough to be sued and old enough to own property, so the JOEL born in 1754 would only have been nine years old at that time - so obviously another JOEL.
Descendants of Thomas Doggett
1 Thomas DOGGETT
. 2 Lucy Mary DOGGETT b: caroline CO, VA d: sumpter CO, SC;GEO DEVRIES [email@example.com]
..... +John BROWN b: Bet. 1758 - 1764 England or Culpeper CO m: ABT 1788 Culpeper Co, VA d: 1834
.... 3 John Doggett BROWN b: 1789 d: December 31, 1834 culpeper Co, VA
........ +Catherine Thomas SAMPLE b: 1789 loudoun CO, VA m: 1810 Loudoun CO, VA
.... 3 Sarah Randolph BROWN b: February 8, 1795 VA d: Hillsoboro, HIghland CO, OH
........ +Spencer F. DOGGETT b: 1796 culpeper Co, VA m: 1820 Culpeper CO, VA d: 1847 Hillsoboro, HIghland CO, OH
.... 3 Nimrod BROWN b: March 29, 1796 culpeper Co, VA d: 1873 Coryell County, Texas
........ +Gracie REECE b: 1796 culpeper Co, VA m: 1818 Culpeper CO, VA
.... 3 Thomas BROWN b: Aft. 1788
.... 3 Walker BROWN b: Aft. 1788
........ +Mollie VAUGHN
.... 3 Benjamin BROWN b: Aft. 1788
.... 3 James BROWN b: Aft. 1788
.... 3 Mary Mardy BROWN b: Aft. 1788
.... 3 Mildred BROWN b: Aft. 1788 d: culpeper Co, VA
........ +William DOGGETT m: 1819 Culpeper CO, VA
.... 3 Betsy BROWN b: Aft. 1788
.... 3 Lucy BROWN b: Aft. 1788 d: culpeper Co, VA
Elizabeth C. ALLEN 1 was born 29 May 1831 in TN. She died 18 Jan 1904 in Marshall Co., TN and was buried in Robertson Fork Cemetery. Elizabeth married William DOGGETT.
They had the following children:
F i Marcenia Virginia DOGGETT was born 5 Oct 1860 in Giles Co., Tennessee. She died 7 Nov 1939 in Marshall Co., TN and was buried in Robertson Fork Cemetery.
Marcenia never married.
F ii Nancy Amanda DOGGETT was born 19 Feb 1862 and died 10 Mar 1902. F iii Martha Eunice (Dutch) DOGGETT was born 29 Nov 1863. M iv Ulysses Grant DOGGETT was born 9 Oct 1865. M v Jasper DOGGETT was born 5 Mar 1867. M vi Thomas A. DOGGETT was born 20 Mar 1869. M vii Clarence DOGGETT was born 21 Aug 1871 in Marshall Co., TN. He died 1949 in Cornersville, Marshall Co, TN and was buried in Beechwood Cemetery.
Clarence never married.
David Lafayette FRAZIER [Parents] was born 16 Feb 1832. He died 26 Mar 1908 in Ozark Co., MO and was buried in Herndon Cemetery. David married Elizabeth DOGGETT on 23 May 1854.
David served as a private in Company H, 41st Tennessee Infantry, CSA. He enlisted November 4, 1861 at Camp Trousdale, TN (near present-day Portland, Sumner Co., TN). He was captured at Fort Donelson, TN on February 16, 1862 and sent to Camp Morton, IN. David's company was released at Vicksburg, MS about September 20, 1862, immediately reorganized, and declared exchanged at Aiken's Landing, VA, November 10, 1862. He was detailed as a teamster at various times throughout his service. He was wounded, but the details are unknown. David took the Oath of Amnesty at Pulaski on January 4, 1865. His Oath of Amnesty record says he deserted on December 2, 1864. The physical descrption says he has a fair complexion, dark hair, gray eyes and height is 6 feet, one inch.
Records about brother Eldridge have the name spelled "Fraser;" records about David have the name spelled "Frazier".
Elizabeth DOGGETT [Parents] was born 1835 in Giles Co., Tennessee. She died about 1871 in Obion Co., TN. Elizabeth married David Lafayette FRAZIER on 23 May 1854.
John Henry FRAZIER married Ann S. CRENSHAW.
Ann S. CRENSHAW married John Henry FRAZIER.
They had the following children:
M i David Lafayette FRAZIER was born 16 Feb 1832 and died 26 Mar 1908.
Joe Y. STEM was born 8 Apr 1848. He died in Marshall Co. TN and was buried in Robertson Fork Cemetery. Joe married Mehuldah DOGGETT.
Mehuldah DOGGETT [Parents] was born 1 Mar 1842 in Giles Co., Tennessee. She died 25 Dec 1894 in Marshall Co., TN and was buried in Robertson Fork Cemetery. Mehuldah married Joe Y. STEM.
Other marriages:HICKMAN, William James
William James HICKMAN was born 15 Jul 1835 in Marshall Co., TN. He died 9 Nov 1863 in Clinton, East Feliciana Parish, LA. William married Mehuldah DOGGETT on 24 Dec 1857 in Giles Co., Tennessee.
William enlisted December 6, 1861 at Nashville as a private in Company D, 53rd Tennessee Infantry,CSA. He was on sick leave at the time his company was captured at Fort Donelson. He died at at Silliman Hospital, Clinton, LA, November 9, 1863.
The 53rd Tennessee Infantry was engaged in the following battles: Fort Donalson, Port Hudson, Louisiana, Jackson, Mississippi, the battles from Dalton to Atlanta, Georgia, and Franklin and Nashville, Tennessee. The remains of the regiment surrendered at Greensboro, North Carolina, on May 1, 1865.
Mehuldah DOGGETT [Parents] was born 1 Mar 1842 in Giles Co., Tennessee. She died 25 Dec 1894 in Marshall Co., TN and was buried in Robertson Fork Cemetery. Mehuldah married William James HICKMAN on 24 Dec 1857 in Giles Co., Tennessee.
Other marriages:STEM, Joe Y.
Giles N. P. CAROTHERS was born 1 Apr 1845 in TN. He died 11 Mar 1872 in Giles Co., Tennessee and was buried in Carothers Cemetery. Giles married Mary (Polly) DOGGETT on 22 Jun 1866 in Giles Co., Tennessee.
Mary (Polly) DOGGETT [Parents] was born 1844 in Giles Co., Tennessee. She died 4 Dec 1916 in Maury Co., TN. Mary married Giles N. P. CAROTHERS on 22 Jun 1866 in Giles Co., Tennessee.
Other marriages:RAMSEY, Samuel B.
Samuel B. RAMSEY was born 27 Dec 1830 in TN. He died 2 Nov 1907 in Maury Co., TN. Samuel married Mary (Polly) DOGGETT on 5 Aug 1877.
Mary (Polly) DOGGETT [Parents] was born 1844 in Giles Co., Tennessee. She died 4 Dec 1916 in Maury Co., TN. Mary married Samuel B. RAMSEY on 5 Aug 1877.
Other marriages:CAROTHERS, Giles N. P.
Charles M. PARKS was born 4 May 1862 in TN. He died Unknown. Charles married Nancy Amanda DOGGETT.
Nancy Amanda DOGGETT [Parents] was born 19 Feb 1862 in Giles Co., Tennessee. She died 10 Mar 1902 in Marshall Co., TN and was buried in Marrs Hill Cemetery. Nancy married Charles M. PARKS.
They had the following children:
M i George C. PARKS was born 14 Aug 1882. M ii Alonza PARKS was born 31 Jan 1884. F iii Minnie PARKS was born 31 Jan 1884. M iv Ernest PARKS was born 3 Sep 1890. F v Virdie Mae PARKS was born 17 Oct 1892 and died 28 Jan 1970. F vi Lillie PARKS was born 26 Jan 1897. F vii Living
Marshall DOGGETT [Parents] was born 1839 in Giles Co., Tennessee. He died 13 Feb 1862 in Fort Donelson, Stewart Co., TN. Marshall married Margaret (?).
Marshall served as a private in Company D, 53rd Tennessee Infantry, CSA. He enlisted at Nashville, January 1, 1862. He was killed at Fort Donalson, February 13, 1862.
Margaret (?) was born 1838. She died Unknown. Margaret married Marshall DOGGETT.
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