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The names and birthdates of the children of James and Ann Doggett are taken from Hostetler, Some Antecedents and the Posterity of Grandfather Armstead Doggett (1916). Although Mrs. Hostetler’s statements concerning the "Antecedents" are incorrect in large part, and those statements have been sometimes been repeated by later researchers, it would appear that the data concerning the "Posterity" are credible, and have been relied upon in the Armstead Doggett section of this memorandum. Mrs. Hostetler also is the author of a later book entitled Sketches Here and There Along the Way from the Year 1856 (1938). This book is most entertaining and consists of anecdotes from the childhood and early life of Mrs. Hostetler, many of which concern her father, Cary A. Doggett. This later book has not been specifically cited as a source for the genealogical data in these pages, but has been consulted to confirm data from other sources.
Another principal source relied on is the well-researched and well-documented database provided by Bruce Vance, covering Armstead Doggett and descendants, and some data has been taken from Samuel Bradlee Doggett's History of the Doggett-Daggett Family.

18A JAMES DOGGETT, son of Thomas and Bathsheba Doggett; b. abt 1759, VA; m. Dec 1788, Culpeper Co., VA, ANN BROWN.Children (Doggett):

18A:1		George
		  Washington	b. 1789	d. 1877	m. 1816	Lucinda Shepard
						m. 1838	Elizabeth Ashmore
						m. 1843	Eliza Moon
18A:2		William		b. 1790	d. 1877	m. 1816	Eliza Miller
18A:3		Armstead	b. 1792	d. 1847	m. 1818	Mary Allison
18A:4		Presley		b. 1793
18A:5		Benjamin	b. 1795
18A:6		Judith		b. 1796		m. 	John Jones
Family tradition, as reported in SBD and Hostetler, claims that James was a soldier of the Revolution, and died of wounds received in battle. The writer has not found any confirmation of this and questions its authenticity. It is possible that he served in the Virginia militia, but there does not seem to be any record of his service. Neiteher he nor his widow applied for or received any land bounty or pension. He was married shortly after close of the War and lived at least until 1796, when his daughter Judith, the youngest of six children, was born. Therefore it would seem that his wounds, if any, were not serious enough to be the cause of his death.

18A:4 PRESLEY DOGGETT; b. 16 Oct 1793, Culpeper Co., VA.
18A:5 BENJAMIN DOGGETT; b.10 Feb 1795, Culpeper Co., VA.
18A:6 JUDITH DOGGETT; b. abt. 1796, Culpeper Co., prob. m. JOHN JONES. Nineteen children.

18A:1 GEORGE WASHINGTON DOGGETT, son of James and Ann (Brown) Doggett; b. 20 Sep 1787, Culpeper Co., VA; d. 19 Aug 1877, Fayette Co., OH; bur. Silver Creek Cem., Jamestown, Greene Co., OH; m(1) 1816, Bourbon Co., KY, LUCINDA SHEPARD, dau. of William Shepard, b. Winchester, Clark Co., KY, d. 21 Jan 1838, Hillsboro, Highland Co., OH; m(2) 1838, Highland Co., OH (Marr. Bond, 29 Nov), ELIZABETH ASHMORE; m(3) 16 Feb 1843, Highland Co., OH, ELIZA MOON, dau. of David and Mary (Ellis) Moon, d. 12 Dec 1903, Jamestown, OH, bur. Silver Creek Cem. Pvt., VA Militia, War of 1812.
Children (Doggett):

	(children of marriage to Lucinda Shepard)
18A:11		Juliann		b. 1817	d. 1901	m. 1834	Joseph Bentley
18A:12		James William	b. 1819	d. 1893	m. 1852	Hester Ann Fitzpatrick
18A:13		Benjamin
		 Franklin	b. 1821	d. 1865	m. 	Elizabeth Dean
18A:1x		Mary		b. 1826	d. 1830
	(children of marriage to Eliza Moon)
18A:14		David Milton	b. 1846	d. 1929	m. 1869	Sarah Elizabeth Bennett
18A:15		Lucinda S.	b. 1847	d. 1912	m.	John W. Racer
18A:16		Margaret J.	b. 1849

For details and descendants, see separate page.

18A:2 WILLIAM DOGGETT, son of James and Ann (Brown) Doggett; b. abt 1796, Culpeper Co., VA; d. 30 Nov 1877, Rushville, Rush Co., IN; m. 15 Apr 1816, Culpeper Co., VA, ELIZA MILLER, b. abt. 1797.
Children (Doggett):

18A:21		Martha		b. 1821	 	m.	Richard Poundstone
18A:22		Caroline	b. 1836
18A:23		William Preston	b. 1843	d. 1916	m. 1866	Laura E. King
						m. 1867	Ann E. Watkins
						m. 1878	Margaret
						m. 1884	Mary E. Cloud
						m. 1885	Sarah C. (Johnson) Tilton
		(other children)

For details and descendants, see separate page.

18A:3 ARMSTEAD DOGGETT, son of James and Ann (Brown) Doggett; b. abt 1792, Culpeper Co., VA; d. 27 Dec 1847, Highland Co., OH; bur. Hilllsboro Cem., Highland Co., OH; m. 10 Sep 1818, Highland Co., OH, MARY ("Polly") ALLISON, dau. of William Allison, b. abt. 1800, d. 1856, Highland Co., OH, bur. Hillsboro Cem.
Children (Doggett):

18A:31		James Benjamin	b. 1820		m. 1842	Susan Wright
18A:32		William Presley	b. 1822
18A:33		Cary Armstead 	b. 1823	d. 1887	m. 1847	Elizabeth Gibson Richards
			 			m. 1855	Mary Ellen Huffman
						m. 1866	Sarah Jane Bennett
18A:34		John Allison	b. 1825	d. 1871	m. 1847	Sarah Jane Creed
18A:35		George
		  Washington	b. 1827	d. 1883	m. 1849	Elizabeth West
18A:3x		Martha Ann Ryan		d. 1847
18A:36		Mary Elizabeth	b. 1835		m. 1853	James Sargent

For details and descendants, see separate page.

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