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Doqqett, Samuel Bradlee 
A history o-f the Doggett- 
Daqqett • 





SAjVIUEL beadlee doggett 



Press of Rockwell and Churchill 

Three hundred copies of this volume 
make up the edition, of ■which this is 
No. / 3 

Ji 1162777 


DESIRE to know my own Doggett ancestry led me 
to begin a search of the records in 1876. 
I In the search I found branches of my own line who had 
<„ changed the spelling of the name to Daggett, while other 
branches had moved to distant parts of the country. 

In trying to find these branches I had correspondence and 
r gathered information of families who were descended fi'om 
^different immigrant ancestors. 

Wishing to know more of these families and their ances- 
. try, I began a thorough search of the early records. This 
search has occupied my spare moments from 1876 to the 
present time. The records of more than forty Massachu- 
setts towns have been examined ; the county records of 
^ C Suffolk, Norfolk, Plymouth, Bristol, Barnstable, Dukes, 
^Essex, Worcester, and Middlesex have each added some 
Vpoints to the record, while an examination of more than 
three hundred and fifty volumes at the State House, in 
Boston, and many books in public and private libraries, 
were among the methods used to gather what relates to our 
family in Massachusetts. 

I have also examined county, town, church, or private 
records in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Maine, New Hamp- 
shire, Vermont, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, 
Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia ; have called on many 
members of the family in different parts of the country; 
have corresponded extensively, and have received more than 
twelve hundred letters in answer to my inquiries. 


By the kindness of correspondents and the returns of 
experts, whom I employed, many facts have been gathered 
regarding the family in England. 

Several rectors of churches in England vs'ere interested, and 
very kind in sending extracts fi'om their records. 

Mr. William H. Doggett, of Leighton Buzzard, Beds., and 
the late Edward G. Doggett, Esq., of Bristol, have added 
many facts to the family history. My thanks are also due 
to many in this countr}^ who have contributed to the records, 
but owing to the number, I will not mention them by name, 
knowing they will feel amply repaid by the knowledge that 
they have done their parts toward preserving the family 

Errors and omissions will be found in the compilation, but 
in many cases it is the fault of those who have made mis- 
takes in their returns or neglected to answer my repeated 
requests for full particulars. 

The amount of material having become so large, and so 
long a time having been devoted to its collection, 1 have 
thought best to now submit the history to my kinsmen, l)e- 
lieving the facts thus made known may lead to the correc- 
tion of errors and aid in bringing to light the points that are 
wanted to connect the several branches of the family. 


HoLLis, COE. Tremont Stkeet, 

Boston, Mass., January, 1894. 



Doggett-Daggett, Derivation and Orthography ... 1 

The Family Coats of Arms 4 

John Doget, of London, and his Descendants .... 6 
John Doggett, of St. Faith, Norfolk, and his Descendants, 8 
John Daggett, of Pickhill, Yorkshire, and his Descendants, 10 
John Doggett, of Harleston, Norfolk, and his Descendants, 13 
William Doggett, of Boxford, Suffolk, and his Descend- 
ants 13 

John Dogett, of Groton, Suffolk, and his Descendants . 16 
Richard Doggett and Brothers, of Leighton Buzzard, Beds., 

and their Descendants 21 

John Dogget, of Reigate, Surrey 23 

William Doggett, of Leighton Buzzard, Beds., and his 

Descendants 23 

William Doggett, of Walton, Somerset, and his Descend- 
ants 25 

Thomas Dogget, of Waltham, Holy Cross 26 

Edward Doggett, of Clevedon, Somerset, and his Descend- 
ants 26 

Thomas Doggett, of Siloe, Bedfordshire, and his Descend- 
ants 28 

John Doggett, of London, and his Descendants ... 29 

John Doggett, of London 29 

Daniel Doggett and Brother, of Winfarthlng, Norfolk, 

and their descendants 30 

Thomas Doggett, of Stoke, Middlesex, and his Descendants, 32 



Thomas Doggett, of Upwell, Cambridgeshike, and his 

Descendants 34 

Joseph Doggett, op London, and his Descendants ... 35 
William Doggett and Brothers, of Hertfordshire, and 

their Descendants 36 

John Doggett, of Hertfordshire, and his Descendants . . 38 
George Doggett and Brother, and their Descendants . . 39 
William Daggett, of Manchester, and his Descendants . 40 
George Daggitt, of Whitcomb, Yorkshire, and his De- 
scendants 40 

William Doggett, of Long Stanton, and his Descendants . 41 

Gleanings in England 42 


Thomas Doggett, of Dublin, Ireland 61 

Thomas Daggett, of Ireland, and his Descendants ... 66 

Charles Doggett, of Ireland, and his Descendants . . 67 

William Doggett, of Dublin, Ireland, and his Descendants, 68 


John Doggett, of Martha's Vineyard, Mass., and his 

Descendants 70 

Thomas Doggett, of Marshfield, Mass., and his Descend- 
ants 325 

William Daggett, of Saco, Me., and his Descendants . . 565 

Rev. Benjamin Doggett, of Lancaster, Va., and his 

Descendants 606 

Gleanings in America 658 

Doggett-Daggett Index 666 

General Index 675 


DOGGETT-DaGGETT Arms Frontispiece 

Church at Boxford, Suffolk, Eng 13 

Rubbing of Inscription on Tomb of William Doggett in 

Boxford Church 14 


Rubbings of the Four Brasses, Tomb of William Doggett 

Church at Groton, Suffolk, Eng 

Doggett House at Leighton Buzzard, Beds. 
William Henrt Doggett, of Leighton Buzzard, Beds. . 
Edward Greenfield Doggett, of Bristol, Eng. 
Thomas Doggett dancing the "Cheshire Rounds" . 
Tracing from Original Records at Rehoboth . 

Henry Daggett, of New Haven, Conn 

Elisabeth (Prescott) Daggett, wife of Henry Daggett 
Hon. David Daggett, LL.D., of New Haven, Conn. . 
Autograph Hon. John Daggett, of Attleboro', Mass. 
Tracing Name of Thomas Doget from Weymouth Records 
Tracing Name of Thomas Dogget from Weymouth Records 
Tracings from Original Will op Thomas Doggett, of 

Marshfield 339-340 

Tracing Autograph John Doggett, of Marshfield . . . 344 
Tracing Autograph Samuel Doggett, of Marshfield 
Tracing Autograph Samuel Doggett, of Marshfield and 


House of Capt. Ebenezer Doggett, Plymouth . 

House of Capt. Noah Doggett, Sea Street, Boston 

Tracing Autograph Capt. Noah Doggett, of Boston 

Tracing Autograph Samuel Doggett, of Coventry, Conn. . 392 

Tracing Autograph William Doggett, of Boston . . . 402 



Tkacing Autograph Henry Doggett, of South Carolina . 405 

Noah Doggett, of Boston 405 

Doggett Homestead, Hollis, cor. Tremont Street, Boston . 407 

Tracing Autograph John Daggett, of Erie County, Pa. . 412 

Lieut. Samuel Doggett, of Dedham 414 

Elizabeth (Badlam) Doggett, wife of Samuel Doggett . 414 

Nathaniel Bradlee Doggett, of Boston 429 

Noah Allbste Doggett, of Boston 430 

John Doggett, of Boston 437 

Samuel Doggett, of Boston 439 

Lois (Currier) Doggett, wife op Samuel Doggett . . . 439 

Dr. Perez Fobes Doggett, of Wareham, Mass 450 

Samuel Bradlee Doggett, of Boston 468 

Daggett Reunion at Fairview, Pa., 1888 526 

Gen. Aaron Simon Daggett, of Maine 583 

Capt. Thomas Daggett, of Boston 699 

Christ Church, Lancaster County, Va 606 

Bishop David Seth Doggett, of Richmond, Va. . . .616 

F-tone engravings made and printed by Lux Engraving Company, Boston. 



The name " Doggett " seems quite distinct from "Duekett" and 
" although possibly all may be from the same root, 
and Duekett were often applied at different periods to the 
same individual in early times, and the name "Doggett" has been 
changed and continued as "Daggett" by people of the present day. 
The larger part of the family in America, whether Doggett or Daggett, 
must look for their ancestors to the Doggett family of England. 

The name "Doggett" is one of the oldest surnames. It seems to 
be a surname pure and simple. We do not find " de " prefixed to it 
from which to conclude it to be a name derived from the name of a 
place, as is so often the case with other surnames. Sir Walter Scott 
thought it a fit name for a Saxon, for he makes a Norman noble say : 
''Here thou Dogget- warder son of a Saxon wolf-hound" [The Be- 
trothed]. Many expressions of opinion have been made as to the 
derivation of the name. 

Lower, in his " Dictionary of Names," London, 1860, says : 
"Doggett is an old London name probably corrupted from 'Dow- 
gate,' one of the Roman gatewaj's of the city. Ferguson makes it a 
diminutive of the Icelandic ' Doggr ' and the English ' Dog,' but no 
such diminutive is found." 

Robert Ferguson, in his " Teutonic Name System applied to Fam- 
ily Names," London, 1.S64, under the heading "The Brute and its 
Attributes," says: "There are few names derived from the dog. 
Doggett, which I before classed under this head, I must now with- 
draw, as I think it belongs to the roots of Anglo-Saxon dugan, to be 
of use or value." 

As derived from the " Inner Man " we have from the Anglo-Saxon 
dugan ; Old High German ttigan, to be virtuous, good, honorable ; 
Anglo-Saxon thraw; Old High German dau, morals, behavior, — 
probably the following: 


Simple forms — English, "Tuggy," "Tuck," "Duck," etc. 
Diminutives — English, " Duckling." 
Compounds — English, "Duckett," " Doggett." 
Compouuds — French, " Duquet," " Douet," " Tugot," and 
many others. 

Many ancient endings, as "and" or " ead," prosperity, had 
"war," "hait," "hood," converge in modern names into "et." 

Prof. John Marshall Doggett, of Eichmoud, Va., formerly pro- 
fessor of languages in Vanderbilt University, has made a special study 
of the subject, and has announced his opinion that the name "Dog- 
gett" is derived from the Aryan word "Dok" or "Dog,"' meaning 
point or cut. 

From this word comes, 1st, the Greek "Ady-siA " (dogma, that is 
a point out " doctrine ") ; 2d, Doc-eo (originally pronounced hard 
Dok-eo) , that is, point out, show, teach ; Doc-umentum ; Duc-o dux 
(leader, guide, shower), from which is derived Doge (possibly Due- 
quet) ; 3d, Dig (that is, to cut in), from which comes Duglas, possibly 
Dagger and Dock (that is, cut, hence Docket), "dock-taUed," pos- 
sibly Dog; "Docket" Gallicized to Docquet; 4th, Dogger (or sharp 
cut-nosed fish). 

Hence, "' Dogget," equal or derived from docket (or dock-hand, 
that is, Docker)." 

Sir George Duckett,, in his "Memoirs of the Family of 
Duket," called " Duehetiaua," published in Loudon, 1874, says: 
"The family of Ducket derives clearly from that of ' Duchet,' 
seated at the time of the Euglish Conquest in the Duchy of Burgundy. 
The surname of Duchet (Duket) is recorded in two of the Battle 
Abbey Rolls." 

The name is also found in the tenth year of the Conquest ; agaiu 
(as Duchet) iu the oldest roll uow extant next to Domesday, the 
great Roll of the Exchequer, 60 or 70 years after the Conquest, com- 
monly called the Great Roll, 1131 ; and it is recorded iu a very re- 
markable manner in the "Chronicles of the Abbey of St. Albans," 
A.D. 1119. 

A copious account of the Norman family of Duc6 is to be seen in 
the " Annales CivUes et Militaires du Pays d'Avranches." 

The name " Duc6 " is found as witness to two grants to Clerkenwell 
Nunnery, founded by Henry I., A.D. 1100; but that of Duchet is 
seen equally early, and the orthography of the name inclines us to 
accept this as most probably the original name. 

If at this early date, however, the Saxon pronunciation had not 
affected the oi-thography of the name, as clearly as in after times 
happened in the instances of Doket, Doget, Douket, Dokkyt, no better 


proof could be adduced that Duket was oot the original name, 
than, perhaps, the earliest authentic meutiou we find of it in the person 
of one Herbert Duchet (or Ducket, as he is styled in the entry). The 
Herbert in question was living in 1119, and iu consequence of the in- 
cident recorded in the " Gesta Ahbatum S. Albani," he obtained the 
cognomen of Duket as an alterative of his previous name. From the 
tmie of the Conqueror to the reign of Henry VII., and from that 
again to the reign of Elizabeth, the name is found varied in different 
ways according as the Saxon pronunciation came iu time to prevail 
over the Norman and to reappear as the common language of the 

Dutschet Tuchet Tuschet 

Duquet Duket Dukett 

Doket Doget Doggette 

Dowket Doucket 











Such appear at different epochs, the orthography of the name giving 
apparently twenty-two variations. 

At one period the name appears as " Doget." Under this last mode 
of spelling the name is found in Lincolnshire, Norfolk, and else- 
where, but (as also in the case of " Tuchet ") only a few and excep- 
tional instances. 

Sir D. Hardy, on the orthographical variations of proper names of 
persons and the arbitrary mode of spelling iu ancient times, often 
regulated by etymology, sound, or abbreviations, remarks that names 
were Latinized or Gallicized, whenever it was possible to do so, ac- 
cording to the fancy of the scribe, one document frequently exhibit- 
ing material variations in the spelling of the same name, and to such a 
degree that a person would scarcely be able to recognize the modern 
name. The conclusion, therefore, is that the fault rested with the 
scribe alone, whether writing from oral instruction or copying from 
the original writ. 

Nichols, in reviewing " Duchetiana," says the name was evidently 
personal, not local, and that it is derived from a race named Duchet 
(French), seated before the Norman Conquest in the Duchy of 

Even as lately as 1601 there appears to be some confusion as 
regards "Dogett" and "Ducket," for in Samuel Toddes' "Pedi- 
grees of English Families " of that date, wherein what are evidently 
the arms of the early Duckett family, he gives the name of Dogett, 
and all thi-ough the pedigree he continues this style. There is noth- 
ing, however, elsewhere to support the idea that any other of the 
Dogett family bore such arms or married into the families mentioned 


in the pedigree. Moreover, Sir George Duckett shows that the arms 
were borne by the Duckett family, and accounts for Mr. Toddes' 
reading by the many forms of orthography. 

William Daggett, Esq,, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, writing of the deri- 
vation of the name of Daggett, says, his father " seemed to think it 
meant ' a little Dagger,' but ou the other hand I have been told it is a 
Scandinavian (Danish) word meaning 'the dawn of day.' Lower 
says Dagger is a Scottish surname, and it may be that Daggett is a 
diminutive derived therefrom. I cannot, however, trace any part of 
my family to North Britain." 


The system of Heraldry can be traced to the beginning of the thir- 
teenth century. The first assumer or grantee of a coat of arms took 
that as his own distinguishing mark. It became hereditary in his 
own fjimUy, and whoever afterward uses it proclaims himself a lineal 
descendant from the person who first assumed it. 

In the middle of the reign of Queen Elizabeth [1558-1603] the 
only arms for the family are reported as those used by a family of 
the name "Dogget" or "Doggett;" also spelled "Dogate" and 

"It is a maxim with the heralds that the more simple a coat of 
arms, the more ancient it is," and it is a maxim that eminently applies 
to the arms of Doggett. 

1. Dogate — Erm. on a bend sa. — three leopards' heads, ar- 


2. Doget [Kent] — Erm. — on a bend sa. — three talbots' heads, 

erased or [another ar.]. 
Crest — on a chapeau a bull collared and thereto a 
bell pendant, proper. 

3. Doget [John Doget, merchant, Loudon] — Two greyhounds 

combatant, or, collared ar., bell pendant. 
Crest — Unicorn's head, or. 
•t. Dogget [Honing, Serborue, and "Wronger — Co. Norfolk] — 
Gu — two greyhounds salient, combatant, or — 
collared sa. 
Crest — a lion's head gorged with a mural coronet, 
6. Doggett [Norfolk] — Gules — two greyhounds combatant, ar- 
gent, collared or. 


6. DoGGETT — Sable — two greyhounds combatant, or. 

7. DoGGETT — Same as Doget, first named. 

8. Daggett — Ar. — two greyhounds in full course, gules, col- 

lared, or. 

9. Daggett — Or — on a chief azure, three crescents of the first. 

Crest — an eagle displayed charged with a bezant, 

10. Daggett [Roxby & Pickhill — Yorkshire] — Or — on a chief 

aziu'e, three crescents. 

1 1 . Daggett [Edinburgh] — Same as last. 

Crest — a demi-talbot, sable-collared. 

The " Duckett " coat of arms and crests are all entu-ely different 
from that of Doggett of Norfolk or Kent. 

The greyhound which figures so prominently on the arms of ' ' Dog- 
gett " is an animal which was not allowed to be possessed by any save 
the princes and nobles until only within a few years, comparatively 
speaking. Upon the smooth surface of the monuments that adorn 
the broad plains of Egypt, erected 1200 B.C., we find chiselled by the 
side of his royal master the form of the greyhound, which from that 
time to this the sportsmen of the world have associated with them in 
the pursuit of game. The term "greyhound" is a corruption of the 
word "gazehound," signifying that it pm-sues its game by sight and 
not by scent. In ancient Greece and Rome he was the companion of 
the nobles, and no household was considered complete in all its 
appointments without him. 

In such high esteem was this dog held by the nobles that the kill- 
ing or even maiming of one was felony punishable with death. 

The use of the greyhound is coursing. The great event in cours- 
ing circles in England is the "Waterloo Cup," valued at £500, which 
is run for at Altcar, near Liverpool, annually. 

Thomas, Duke of Norfolk, in Queen Elizabeth's reign, was the first 
to compUe a set of rules governing coursing, whereby points of merit 
earned in the race could be properly awarded. Coursing has made 
the greyhound <7te dog of the "British Isles." The greyhound signi- 
fies swiftness, vigilance, fidelity. 

A talbot is a kind of hound with a large snout and large, thick, 
hanging ears. 

The crescent is frequently used to distinguish the coat armor of a 
second brother or junior family from that of the principal branch. 



12. John Doget,' boru Looclou(?), Euglaud, about 1240; mar- 
ried Agnes. 

Issue : 
13*. i. Thomas Doget," born England, about 1270. 

The following item, probably relating to the John Doget above 
mentioned, is copied from the City Press, London, November 14, 
1868, under the heading " Crimes of Old London," signed " Alept : " 

"December 6, 1276. Edward I. Dispute between Symon de 
Winton and his servant called Roger de Westminster was terminated 
by the latter killing his master. Roger opens the shop as usual until 
the third day after, when he decamps with plunder. 

"The house remains closed until January 1, 1277, when John 
Doget, a taverner, came to recover a debt due him from Symon, 
when the murder and robbery is discovered." 

13. Thomas Doget ° (John^), born England, about 1270; buried 
probably St. Leonard's, Eastcheap, London, as a tomb to Thomas 
and wife Letitia was once there ; married Letice. 

Issue : 

14. i. Walter Doget,' born England, about 1310. 

14. Walter Doget ^ (TJiomas,^ John^), born England, about 
1310; died London, England, between July 16 and August 31, 1387 ; 
married Alice ; living July 16, 1387. 

Issue : 

15. i. John Doget,'' born England, about 1350. 

" November 11, 1364. A seller of unsoured wines punished by 
being made to drink it. John Righwys and John Penrose were at- 
tached for trespass because in the tavern of Walter Doget, in the 
parish of Eastchepe, there they sold red w'ine to all comers unsoured 
and unwholesome for man to the grevious damage of the commonalty. 

" Acquitting John Righwys they said that John Penrose was guilty 
and they wished him to be imprisoned for a year and a day," etc 
"Alept." [City Press, September 5, 1868, Wines of Old London.] 

1380 and 1381, Walter Doget was sheriff of London. 

*A number placed before a name distinguishea that particular person. Anything further 
relating to that person will be found with the same number. 


The will of Walter Doget is in Register Courtney, folio 223, at the 
Lambeth Library. 

" 1387, July 16. ' Ego Waltus Doget, cinis & Tinetar london.' To be buried 
' in aruu in Cancello ecctie sci Leonard! de Estcliepe London iux" ymagine pdci 
Leonardi vsus ptem boriatem.' 

'Tor his burial there and that of Alice his wife if she should please to be 
there buried £20. 

" To the rector of that church for tithes, &c. £10. 

" To each chaplain to celebrate there and pray for my soul xl"*. 

" To six other chaplains celebrating there on the day of my burial xij'* each. 

' ' To the principal clerk ' maiori clico ' of the same church xW. To the under 
clerk xx'i. 

"For 1,000 masses for my soul and the souls of Thomas, my father, Letice, 
my mother, John de Croiden, Christiana, his wife, John Doget, my grandfather, 
and Agnes, wife of same John Doget, and of all the faithful dead £10. Of which 
1,000 masses, the Preaching Friars of London are to celebrate 100 and to have xx" 
of the aforesaid £10 ; the Carmelite Friars of London to celebrate 100 and to hare 
xx^ The Friars Minors of London to celebrate 100 and to have xx^. The Augus- 
tinian Friars of London to celebrate 100 and to have xx*. The Friars of the Holy 
Cross of London to celebrate 100 and to hare xx". To the hospital of the blessed 
Mary without Byssbopus-gate, London ; to that of S'. Bartholomew ; of the 
blessed Mary of Elsyng Spitell ; of S'. Giles of Holbourne ; of S'. James with- 
out Westminster; and of S'. Thomas of Suthwerk; namely, to each hospital 20 
shillings for 100 masses. 

" I bequeath 5 marks to have celebrated for my soul and the souls aforesaid, in 
the first year after my decease, 10 triginals of masses in the feasts of Pentecost, 
of the Holy Trinity, of the Assumption of the blessed Mary, of her Nativity, of 
the Epiphany of the Lord, of the Purification and Annunciation of the blessed 
Mary, of the Kesurrection and Ascension of the Lord, and in the octaves of the 
same feasts in places where it shall seem best to my executors to arrange. 

" For expences at my burial &c. £40. And if there be any surplus it shall be 
disposed of for the good of my soul and the souls for whom I am bound [to 
pray] among the poor, the sick in the aforenamed hospitals, and the lepers about 
the city of London ' in Crastino Mens obit mei.' To each order of Friars, viz. : 
the said Preachers, Minors, Carmelites, Augustinians and Holy Cross vj' viij''. 

" To each house of lepers at Lok Hakeney, in S'. Giles's hospital and in the 
hospital of S'. James by Westminster vjs viij"*. 

" For the infirm and sick of the house of Bethlehem vjs viij''. 

" To the prisoners of Newgate 100 shillings to be equally divided. 

" To Christiana Cokke of Eltham if she shall be living at the time of my 
death xl^ 

"For mending the common way which leads to the Chantry between the 
church of S'. George Southwerk and the Loke 100 shillings. 

" To the more needy poor within the isle of Hertye in the county of Lancas- 
ter xlK 

" To John Kirkeby my servant 100 shillings. 

" I will that my executors remit to John Shirbourne my servant 50 of those 
100 marks, ' inqui bz michi tenet" p tram suam obligator' provided that the said 
John shall pay the remaining 50 marks within one year after my death and con- 
ducts himself kindly towards Alice my wife. 

" To Geoffrey Hakes my servant xl*. 

" To Alice Ful of Mary xx^ 

" To each other of my servants vj* viij''. 

"All my linen and woollen garments to be parted among my servants except 
2 of my better cloaks [clocis]. 

"Three fit chaplains to celebrate for my soul and the aforenamed souls for 2 
years in the aforesaid S'. Leonard's church and to have £40. 

"I bequeath £20 for the painting of the altar in the chapel of the blessed 
Mary in that church, also for the painting of the image of the blessed Mary in 
the afores"* chapel &c. And if there be any surplus it is to be applied to tlic use 
of the said church for mending the sepulchre of our Lord there. 


"To John Doget my son £100 together with £200 received before for his 

" Residue of goods to my wife Alice ; she and my son John and W™ Spauld- 
yng ' sassorem' and Sir Ralph Lude my chaplain, to be executors and each to 
have £10. Overseers to be Henry Vanner and W" Gresewvli, to each of whom 
100 shillings." 

Proved 31 August, 1387. 

15. John Doget" {Waltei-,^ Thomas," John^), bom England, 
about 1350; died London, before 1456; married, before 1387, Alice. 
Issue : 

16. (Possibly) Walter Doget,' wlio was buried, St. Leonard, Easteheap, 1480. 

"S'. Leonard's, Eastclieap, Rectory. In this church were monu- 
ments of the Doggets, one of which, namely, John Doggett, Vintner, 
who with Alice, his wife, were about 1456 buried here ; he gave lands 
to this church. The church was burnt down by the Great Fire of 
London." [Ecclesiastical Parochial History of the Diocese of Lon- 
don, by Richard Newcourt, Loudon, 1708.] 


Arms: Quarterly, 1 aud 4 — Gules, 2 dogs salient, combatant, or, 
collared sa., Doggett. 
2 and 3 — Argent, a chevron between 3 sea- 
mows, sa., Norman. 
Impaling sa., a chevi-on embattled between 3 
cinquefoils, argent. Smalpece. 
" In the old hall and other rooms of 'Lewes Priory Manor' are 
these following arms, painted on glass : Gules, 2 greyhounds com- 
batant, or. — Dogget — impaled argent, a chevi-on between 3 sea- 
mow's heads, sable — Norman — with the quarterings of Sherbourn 
and others." [Blomefield's Hist., Norfolk.] 

17. John Doggett,' was of St. Faith, in Co. Norfolk, Gent. ; 
married Joane Risley, daughter of John Risley, of Kimberley, Nor- 
folk, Gent. 

Issue : 
IS. i. William Doggett,- born St. Faith, Norfolk. 

18. William Doggett' (.jo/ui '), born St. Faith, Norfolk; mar- 
ried Joane Norman, daughter and heir of Johu aud Emma [Morley] 


Norman, of Honingham, Norfolk ; buried, Black Friar's Church, Nor- 
wich (by St. Barbara's Altar), 1518. 
Issue : 

19. i. Edmund Doggett,' born Honingham, Norfolk. 

20. ii. Elizabeth Doggett,^ married William Hamshill, of London, Gentleman. 

Huuiugham Hall or Ciu-son's Manor belonged to Sir Robert de 
Tafeshale and Mary de Navile in 1279. 

It came afterward to the Cnrsons, in 1345, who held it of the heirs 
of Robert de Tateshale. 

Job Curson died intestate in 1401, and it was held in trust for Kat- 
erine, daughter of John Curson, then wife of Nicholas Norman, of 

In 1442, the said Kateriue settled "Cursons" on her sou, John 

In 1465, Johu married Emma, daughter of Robert Morley, Esq., 
upon whom he settled this Manor. His seal is his Arms, with an an- 
nulet, viz. : Argent, a chev. between three martlets, sable. Hers is 
Morley's arms, but the Lyon hath no crown. 

They left one daughter, Jane, who married William Doggett, of St. 
Faith's, Gentleman. 

[Blomesfield's Hist. Co. Norfolk, 1739.] 

19. Edmund Doggett^ (William," John^), born Honingham, 
Norfolk; married Elizabeth Sherborne, sister to Sir Henry Sher- 
borne and daughter of John Sherborne, who died 1487. 

Issue : 

21. i. Anthony Doggett.^ 

22. ii. Edmcmd Doggett.^ 

23. iii. John Doggett.* 

24. iv. Margaret Doggett,* married Roger Butler, of Weston, Esq. 

In 1547, Edmund Doggett and Anthony, his son, sold " Huniug- 
ham Hall " to Richard Catlyne, Esq. 

21. Anthony Doggett" (Edmund,^ William,^ John^), of Sher- 
born and Honingham ; married Anne (or Agnes) Smalpece, daugh- 
ter of Humphrey Smalpece, of Hocking, Norfolk, Geutlemau. 

Issue : sou aud three daughters ; all died youug. 

25. i. Hugh Doggett,^ died young. 

22. Edmdnd Doggett'' {Edmimd,^ William,- John'), was of 
Wormegay, Norfolk ; married Elizabeth Hertley, of Herts. 

Issue : 

26. i. Thomas Doggett.* 

27. ii. Anthony Doggett.* 

28. iii. Edmund Doggett.* 

29. iv. Bltthe Doggett.* 



Arms : Three crescents or, chief azure, field argent. 
Crest : An eagle displayed gules, charged with a bezant. 
Motto: Na Desperandum. [Granted 1730.] 

" These arms were granted to our ancestor in the twelfth century. 
He was in the wars of the Crusades, and in one engagement captured 
a prince of the Royal House opposed to him. 

"This prince was ransomed for money, which is signified by the 
Eagle beiog displayed and having the ' bezant ' on its heart. The 
Eagle is the Royal sign; the bezant on the heart means his life 
redeemed for gold. (The bezant was the gold coin of Byzantium, 
now Constantinople.) 

" The three crescents denote three engagements during the wars. 
These crescents are on a pale blue engrailed ground, the shield is 
white, the motto ' Nil Desperandum,' or ' Never despair.' No family 
in England has a more honorable or ancient origin." [Letter of 
William C. Daggett to Thomas Daggett, dated December 8, 1880.] 

"From the earliest time to which I have been able to trace them 
(this branch), they have been a purely Yorkshu-e Family, and their 
name has been spelt either Daggett or Dagget, the former almost 
universally. T do not think they were akin to the Doggetts of East 
Anglia." [William Daggett, Esq., of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.] 

30. John Daggett,' buried Pickhill, Yorkshire, April 15, 1608; 

Issue : 
31. i. William Daggett,'' born Pickhill, Yorkshire, 1557-8 or 9. 

A famUy of "Daggett," apparently small yeomen, were settled 
for several generations at Pickhill or Pickhall, in the North Riding of 
York, about six miles from the market town of Thu-sk. 

The earliest of the family of whom any record has been traced is 
John Daggett, and the only information is contained in a Deed Roll 
dated 20 October, 1.580 [22 Elizabeth], in which he conveyed certain 
of his real and personal estate to his eldest son, William. 

31. William Daggett ■ {Jolm ') , born Pickhill, Yorkshire, 1557-8 
or 9, called "senior;" died Pickhill, Yorkshu'e, December, 1638; 
married, November 5, 1580, Isabella Kay. 


Issue : 

32. i. William Daggett,^ bapt. Pickhill, Yorkshire, about 1588. 

33. William Daggett' ( William,^ John}), bapt. Pickhill, York- 
shire, about 1588; buried Pickhill, Yorkshii-e, April 15, 1G51 ; mar- 
ried, July, 1632, Ann Winde. 

Issue : 

33. 1. William Daggett,^ bapt. Pickhill, Yorkshire, March 26, 1636. 

William Daggett was nicknamed "Magnus" and "Magog." He 
left a will by which he desired that his eldest son should not enter 
upon his lands until he should attain the age of 28. This will was 
proved in 16.51 by his widow before the "Keepers of the liberties of 

33. William Daggett "* ( William,^ WiUiam,'- John ' ) , bapt. Pick- 
hiU, Yorkshire, March 26, 1636; buried Pickhill, Yorkshire, Decem- 
ber 13, 1687; married Margaret; buried Kirkby Wiske, March 24, 

Issue : 
31. i. William Daggett, ^ bapt. Pickhill, Yorkshire, April 8, 1688. 

William Daggett, the eldest son of " Magnus," was himself com- 
monly called " Longus." 

The full maiden name of his wife has not been ascertained or the 
date of her marriage. 

After the death of her husband she married a second time, one 
Christopher Dickson. 

34. WiLLiAJi Daggett^ {William,* William,^ William,- John'), 
bapt. Pickhill, Yorkshii-e, April 8, 1688; buried Pickhill, Yorkshire, 
October 31, 1749; married, in or previous to 1713, Margaret 

Issue : 
85. i. William Daggett,^ bapt. Pickhill, Yorkshire, April 7, 1711. 

William Daggett was an only son, and was commonly called 
"William Daggett, of Roxby, senior" (Roxby being a township in 
the Parish of Pickhill) . 

He died intestate, and administration of his personal estate was 
granted in the year 1751 to his eldest son William by the Arch- 
deaconry Court of Richmond. 

35. William Daggett ' {William,' William,* William,^ William,^ 
John '), baptized Pickhill, Yorkshire, April 7, 1714; buried Pickhill, 


Yorkshire, October 18, 1763; married, Novembers, 1744, Margaret 
Daggett, of Kirkby Wiske, boru 1718; buried Pickhill, Yorkshire, 
September 8, 1811. 
Issue : 

36. i. William Daggett,' bapt. Pickhill, Yorkshire, October 18, 1745. 

36. William Daggett ' ( William,^ William,'^ William," William,^ 
William,^ John^), bapt. Pickhill, Yorkshii-e, October 18, 1745; died 

Pickhill, Yorkshire, May 12, 1781; married, Jammry 10, 1770, 
Elizabeth Huuton ; buried Pickhill, Yorkshu-e. 
Issue : "A large family." 

37. WiLMAM Daggett,^ bapt. Pickhill, Yorkshire, February 3, 1774. 

37. William Daggett' {William,'' William,'' William,' William," 
Willia^n,^ William,- John'), bapt. Pickhill, Yorkshire, February 3, 
1774; buried Pickhill, Yorkshii-e, September 21, 1812; married, April 
18, 1799, Elizabeth Pybus ; bom 1778; buried Pickhill, Yorkshire, 
July 3, 1805. 

Issue : 

38. Jane Daggett,^ bapt. Pickhill, Yorkshire, August 18, 1802. 

38. Jane Daggett^ {William,'* William,' William,^ William,^ 
WilUavi," William,^ William,- John'), bapt. PickhOl, Yorkshire, 

August 18, 1802; buried PickhDl, Yorkshire, December 10, 1849; 
married, January 6, 1824, Heury Ingiedew, of Newcastle-upou-Tyne, 
solicitor ; died Neweastle-upon-Tyue, May 24, 1882. 
Issue : Eight children. 

39. 1. Ann I'Anson Ingledew ;'" living [1888] ; married, and has a large family. 

40. ii. 'William Daggett Ingledew," bapt. Newcastle-upoa-Tyne, February 

18, 1826. 

4:0. William Daggett Ingledew '" (Jane Daggett,^ William," 
William,'' William,'^ William,^ William," William,'' William,- John'), 
bapt. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, February 18, 1826. In 1851 dropped 
the surname of Ingledew, and since known and called William Daggett, 
"solicitor;" resides 1 Victoria Square, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Eng- 
land (1888) ; married, 1853 ; wife died Newcastle-upon-Tyne, March 
17, 1877. 

Issue : Eight children. 

41. William Daggett," born Newcastle-upon-Tyne, December 20, 1856; 

" solicitor; " resides Newcastle-upon-Tyne (1888). 



42. John Doggett,' buried Harleston, Norfolk, May 12, 1607; 
married Joan; buried Harleston, Norfolk, February 28, 1G13; 
administration granted on her estate bj' Consistory Court of Norwich, 
28 February, 1613. 

Issue : 

43. i. Francis Doggett,^ bapt. Harleston, Norfolk, December 7, 1561. 

44. ii. Rebecca Doggett,- bapt. Harleston, Norfolk, July 25, 1566. 

45. iii. Gertis Doggett,- bapt. Harleston, Norfolk, December 26, 1570. 

46. iv. Ambrose Doggett,- bapt. Harleston, Norfolk, Mareb 9, 1571. 

46. Ajibrose Doggett ^ {John ' ) , bapt. Harleston, Norfolk, March 
9, 1571 ; married Margaret. 
Issue : 

47. i. Francis Doggett,^ bapt. Harleston, Norfolk, February 24, 1604. 

48. ii. John Doggett,^ bapt. Harleston, Norfolk, November 30, 1606. 

49. iii. Joan Doggett,^ bapt. Harleston, Norfolk, September 21, 1609. 

50. iv. Richard Doggett,^ bapt. Harleston, Norfolk, August 18, 1611. 


51. William Doggett,' born 1557; died October 10, 1610; 
married Boxford, Suffolk, June I, 1591, Avis Lappadge, daughter of 
Thomas Lappadge, of Boxford, Suffolk ; living September 23, 1650. 

Issue : 

52. i. Anne Doggett,^ bapt. Boxford, Suffolk, May 11, 1592. 

53. ii. Thomas Doggett,^ bapt. Boxford, Suffolk, December 30. 1594. 

54. iii. Sdsan Doggett,- bapt, Boxford, Suffolk, January 25, 1595. 

55. iv. Avis Doggett,- bapt. Boxford, Suffolk, February 27, 1598; married, 

Boxford, Suffolk, July 23, 1620, John Bond; buried Boxford, 
Suffolk, 1625. 

56. V. William Doggett," bapt. Boxford, Suffolk, February 27, 1599 ; men- 

tioned in will of John Brand, of Sherbourne, Suffolk, dated 31 
January, 1641. 

57. vi. Alice Doggett, '•' bapt. Boxford, Suffolk, May 14, 1601. 

58. vii. John Doggett,- bapt. Boxford, Suft'olk, November 4, 1602; possibly 

John, of Marth,a's Vineyard, Mass. (No. 679.) 

59. viii. Bridget Doggett,^ bapt. Boxford, Suffolk, May 10, 1604. 

60. ix. Dorothy Doggett,- bapt. Boxford, Suft'olk, November 28, 1605; men- 

tioned in will of John Brand, of Sherbourne, Suffolk, dated 31 
January, 1641. 

61. X. Lappadge Doggett,''' bapt. Boxford, Suffolk, February 12, 1606. 

62. xi. Richard Doggett,'' bapt. Boxford, Suffolk, December 1, 1608 ; men- 

tioned in will of John Brand, of Sherbourne, Suffolk, dated 31 
January, 1641. 

63. -xii. Son, Doggett.^ 


Oue of the daughters married Mr. Rowarth, and had sou John, 
mentioned in will of John Brand, of Sherbourue. 

In the will of Alice Edgar, 1595 [p. .341, Ipswich Probate], is 
mentioned "my cosine Avis Dogett fortye shillgs," etc., also "her 
hnsband my cousine William Dogett, one gold ring with a black 

The will of Thomas Lappage, of Boxford, Suffolk, dated 29 
January, IGll, mentions all goods and chattels in the house of Avis 
Doggett my daughter and her children, also children of Susan Brand 
my daughter and my godson John Dogget. [Somerset House Lawes, 
fo. 34.]' 

In 1884 a pew was moved in the Boxford Church to find the stone 
of "William Doggett. It was found to be an altar tomb, having the 
inscription on a handsome black marble slab with four brasses en- 
graved ^ath arms on the four corners. The Inscription : 

" Here lyeth Willia' Doggett marchant advgterer citizen and mercer of Lon- 
don and free of tUe East India Company who tooke to wife Avis Lappadge ye 
daught of Thomas Lappadge of Boxford wh who he lyved 19 yeares and had 
issue by her 6 soues & 6 daughters ye said Will' depted this life ye 10"^ of 
Octob' 1610 beinge of the age of 53 yeares." 

The arms at the four corners are : 1st, City of London ; 2d, Mercers' 
Company ; 3d, Merchant Adventurers ; 4th, East India Company. 

On the Dole Board in the Boxford Church the following words 
occur without date: "William Doggett gave 4 acres near Slades 
Green Edwardestou held by Mr John Gosling at 9£ per annum, giveu 
away in bread" Boxford Charities " Plumbs & Doggetts Charities 
vent £16 per annum, to the poor." [Page's Supplement to Davy's 
Suffolk Collections, Ipswich, 1843.] 

53. Thomas Doggett'' {William'), bapt. Boxford, Suffolk, De- 
cember 30, 1594; married Grotou, Suffolk, April 22, 1617, by Mr. 
Bird, to Margaret Clopton, daughter of William and Margaret ( Walde- 
grave) Clopton, of Castleins. _ 

Issue : 
64. i. William Doggett,^ bapt. Groton, Suffolk, .January 5, 1618; mentioned 
in will of John Brand, of Sherbourne, Suffolk, dated 31 .Tanuiiry, 1641, 
as his godson. 

Thomas Doggett was married to Margaret Clopton, who was of that 
famous family of Cloptons which Sir Simouds D'Ewes, having married 
one of them himself, has thus celebrated in his Autobiography : 
" There is scarce a second private family of nobility or gentry, either 
in England or in Christendom, that can show so many goodly monu- 
ments of itself in any one church, cathedral or parochial, as remains 
of the Cloptons in that of Melford in Suffollv [1C38]." 

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Tomb of William Doggett in Boxford Churcli 


In the " Life aud Letters of .Tolm Wiuthrop," Boston, 1864, is the 
account of the death-bed of Thomasiue Cloptou, wife of John Wiu- 
throp and sister of Margaret Cloptou, who married Thomas Doggett. 
"It may help to fix in our mind the exact period at which it was 
written if we remember that Shakspeare died the same year [1616] 
at Stratford-upon-Avon, where he had lived in a house [New Place] 
which had been built by Sir Hugh Clopton." In this account, as she 
feels she is approaching the end she calls for her sisters : "Then she 
called for her sister Margerye whom she exhorted to serve God and 
take heede of pride and to have care in hir matchinge that she looked 
not at riches and worldly respects but at the feare of God for that 
would bringe hir comfort at hir death although she should meet with 
many afflictions." 

In the Collections of the Mass. Hist. Society, vol. 1, page 179, is a 
letter of Thomas Dogett to John Winthrop : 

" To the Right Wor" and his very loving brother Mr. John Wintlirop, Esq., at 
his house in Groton. dd 

" Sr — I liuinblie thanke you f or yo' loue towards me in all things, but es- 
pecially in this, that you desire to helpe me w"' a chapman for my house and 
land, V'' if you shall effecte for me [the case standing w'l' me as it doth] I shall 
be bound to pray for you and shall en' thinke myselfe beholding vnto yo' worpp. 
I am to goe [God willing] w'li my vnckle Brand to London vppon Monday morn- 
ing, likewise to parley about the sale of it w* one or 2 gent but it is as yet free 
for any man and there is no incumbrance uppon it but only a statute w''^ my 
vnckle Brand have, for monyes, w<:i" he hath disbursed for me w='' he will very 
willingly release vppon the repaying of that niony w'^" is due to him ; my evi- 
dence are all at London where I have also a plott of all my lands in pticular and 
how many acres euery pticular field and close coteyne w"^'' you shall there haue 
[if you please]. 

"I have been bidden 1800 '' for it by 2 or 3, but my vnckle thinks it to be 
to littell and therefore he doth [I thanke him] f orbeare me the longer that I might 
take my best chapman. I would willingly haue 1900 " for it but vse moSy and 
chardges runn on and therefore rather than faile I will take 1800 '• for it. 

"And thus w"" my loue remembred to yo'' worpp wishing all happiness to 
yo'selfe and youres, I humbly take my leave, resting Eu'' 

" Yo' worpps poore neighbor and freind to comand. 


"Oct. 6, 1627. 

" My price is 1800 " if I may have a lease of it agayne at a C '' p annii ; other- 
wise if a gent will buye it to dwell in my prise is twoe thousand pound." 

57. Alice Doggett^ ( TTOZiam'), bapt. Boxford, Suffolk, May 
14, 1601; married, Boxford, Suffolk, July 14, 1624, Christopher 
Scarlet; he died Hayland, Suffolk, 1650. 

The will of Christopher Scarlett, of Hayland, Suffolk, dated Sep- 
tember 23, 1650, mentions " my mother in law Mrs Avis Doggett." 
[Grey, 99, Somerset House.] 



Arms : Two greyhounds combataut, or ; collared ar. ; bell peudaut. 

Cr'est: Unicorn's bead, or. 

Arms of John Doget, Merchant, Loudon [Groton, Suffolk]. Har- 
leian MSS., British Museum, fo. 216, No. 1086, London Visitation, 

65. John Dogett,' buried Grotou, Suffolk, May 29, 1619; mar- 
ried Dorothy; buried Groton, Suffolk, March 4, 1605. 

Issue : 
6C. i. John Dogett,^ bapt. Groton, Suffolk, July 24, 1582. 

67. ii. SnsAN Dogett,- bapt. Groton, Suffolk, May 9, 158.5; buried Groton, 

Suffolk, July 28, 1585. 

68. iii. Bridget Dogett,'' bapt. Groton, Suffolk, August 21, 1586. 

69. iv. Susan Dogett,^ bapt. Groton, Suffolk, September 3, 1588; married 

Groton, Suffolk, December 10, 1611, Louis Kedbye. 

70. V. Elizabeth Dogett,'' bapt. Groton, Suffolk, November 9, 1589; mar- 

ried Groton, Suffolk, April 7, 1618, George Ward. 

71. vi. William Dogett,^ bapt. Groton, Suffolk, January 17, 1590; buried 

Groton, Suffolk, January 27, 1590. 

72. vii. William Dogett,- bapt. Groton, Suffolk, September 20, 1592; buried 
Groton, Suffolk, October 24, 1592. 

Maktha Dogett," bapt. Groton, Suffolk, October 16, 1593. 
Joseph Dogett,^ bapt. Groton, Suffolk, October 20, 1595. 
Anne Dogett,^ bapt. Groton, Suffolk, June 16, 1597. 
Benjamin Dogett,- bapt. Groton, Suffolk, November 19, 1598. 
Abraham Dogett,- bapt. Groton, Suffolk, December 8, 1601. 
Mary Dogett,^ bapt. Groton, Suffolk, February 20, 1602; buried 
Groton, Suffolk, March 14, 1602. 

From the Diary of Adam Winthrop, father of Gov. John Winthrop, 
is the following regarding John Dogett : 

"July 25, 1603 Rob' Surrey was maried to John Dogetts maide 
Thomasin Hubbard. 

" 1604 the xij* of Aprill Mr Clop ton and Mr Dogett made an 
awarde between me and Adam Wyuthrop my nephew. 

" 1606 The second of March being Sunday about vij of the clocke 
in the evenyuge the goodwyfe Dogett died. 

" 1609 The first day of Novembre John Rawlinge kept a feast at 
his nue house where Mr Thoms Tilney Mr Dogett and diu'' others 

That John Doget was a tenant of the Manor of Groton appears in 
the assignment of the Lordship to John Winthrop by Adam, his father. 

Groton: Memorandum that the 14* daie of November Anno Domini 
millessimo sex centessimo decimo octavo [1618] et domini Jacobi regis Angliae 
&c decimo sexto. Johannes Nutton senr came before John Winthrop Esq lorde 














of the manor of Groton and out of the Court of the said manor in the presence 
of Adam Winthrop, gent, John Doget and Steven Gostlin, two customary 
tenantes of the said manor did surrender into the hands of the said John 
Winthrop all that his moitie and portion of the customary lands which lie holdeth 
of the said John Winthrop as of the manor aforesaid to the use of the said John 
Winthrop and his heirs and the said John Winthrop being so seized of the 
moitie aforesaid did presently in the presence of the said Adam Winthrop John 
Doget and Steven Goslin deliver out of his hands all that moitie and portion of 
the said customary lands unto the said John Nutton for the use of the said John 
Nutton and his heirs and assigns forever under these conditions here expressed 
that is to say, that if the said John Nutton his heirs or assigns doe not yearly 
pay or cause to be paid unto Anne Gale the daughter of William Gale or her 
assigns during her life three pounds four shillings of lawful money of England 
by sixteen shillings every quarter of the year the first payment thereof to be at 
the feast of the nativity of our Lord God next coming after the date hereof and 
so forth every quarter previous or within fourteen days next after every of the 
said days of payment at or within the church porch of the parish church of 
Groton aforesaid that then this estate shall be void and that the said John Win- 
throp or his heirs shall be seized of and in the said moitie and portion of land to 
the only use and behalfe of the above named Anne Gale her heirs and assigns 
to be holden of the said John Winthrop his heirs or assigns of the manor afore- 
said by the rent customs and services before due and accustomed 

By me 


Adam Winthkop 

John Doget 

Steven Gostlinge. 

The will of John Doggett is of unusual length. It is dated 1619. 
He remembers sis Puritan preachers in his immediate neighborhood. 

The testator by his wUl founded two charities, both of which are 
still in existence. He makes his son John one of the executors, and 
goes on : " But because my soune John his abode is beyond the Sea 
soe that he cannot suddenly loke to the p'formance of this busyues ; " 
and goes on to make provision to meet the case untU his son could 

" One of the charities was £10 bequeathed for the poor which was 
conveyed to Trustees 1" Charles I. [1625]." [Page's Supplement to 
Davy's Suffolk, vol. 5, page 942, Ipswich, 1843.] 

66. John Doggett ^ {John ' ) , bapt. Groton, Suffolk, July 24, 
1582; died Hamburg, Germany, between 1632 and 1653; married, 
England, Elizabeth Bladwell; died Hamburg, Germany, 1653. 

Issue : 

79. 1. John Doggett,^ born Hamburg, Germany. 

80. ii. Richard Doggett.^ 

81. iii. Thomas Doggett.^ 

82. iv. Elizabeth Doggett.' 

83. v. Anne Doggett.' 

John Doggett, in 1632, was a merchant at Hamburg, Germany, as 
appears from the f oUowing : 

"Will of Thomas Bladwell of London, merchant, dated 29 Nov. 
1632, proved 1632, mentions Brother in law John Doggett, merchant. 


at present residing at Hambro, beyond tlie seas, and his wife Eliza- 
beth Doggett and children of said John and Elizabeth, viz : John, 
Richard, Thomas, Elizabeth, Anne." [Somerset House, Audley, 

" WUl of Elizabeth Doggett widow of the late John Dogett, mer- 
chant in Hamburgh. Proved at Westminster 17 Jan. 1654, signed 
at Hamburgh 10 October, 1653, mentions therein, John Doggett, 
England, her son and sole executor." [Somerset House, Alchin, 

73. Martha Dogett - (.7o7hi'), bapt. Groton, Suffolk, October 
16, 1593; removed to America with Winthrop, 1630, died, Bos- 
ton (?); married Giles Firmiu ; died Boston, Mass., September, 

Issue : 

84. 1. Giles Firmin.^ 

Giles Firmiu removed from Sudbury, Suffolk, to America in 1630. 
He probably came in the fleet with Winthrop, and first settled at 
Watertown, from whence he removed in two years to Boston. 

Here he was chosen deacon in 1633; was also a selectman. Was 
made freeman 4 March, 1634. 

79. John Doggett^ (JoJui,^ John^), born Hamburg, Germany ; 
died London, England, 1680; married Alice (Smith?) ; died London, 
England, 1703. 

Issue : 

85. i. John Doggett.'' 

86. ii. Benjamin Doggett.'' 

87. iii. Alice Doggett,'' married David Debary. 

88. It. Elizabeth Doggett/ liorn about 1651. 

89. V. Doggett.'' 

1652-3. John Dogett, merchant and others. 

1665-6. Contract for navy stores. [Calendar of State Papers, 
British Museum, Vol. 34, p. 218.] 

20 December, 1671, of St. Andrew Undershaft, Esq. [Mar. Hist, 
of Dean Ely.] 

Abstract of the will of John Dogett : 

" I John Dogett of London, Esquire being sane and of sound and disposing 
memory, . . . and my body to be buried in a decent manner at the discretion 
of my Executrix ... to my beloved wife Alice Dogett whome I nominate 
and appoint to be my sole Executrix ... To my 3 children unmarried, 
Jn" and Benjamine Dogett my two children ' each £1000 viz at 24 years 
£500 and at 28 years £500 and for my daughter Alice att the age of Twenty 
one yeares or day of marriage £1,500 ... to my daughter Elizabeth Otgher 
and to her children . . . and to John Otgher her Sonne at 21 years, ' Item 
I give to the poore of the church of Christ whereof I am att Present 


related as a member thereof £30 ' to the Reverend Pastor of the said Churnh 
of Christ unto which I stand related £20' to Tenii poor Ministers of the 
Gospell of Christ £50 viz to each of them £5 ... to ray cozen Thomas Kelt 
(Scott?) £5 and to hi.s (Uui<:liter Elizabeth daughter to his former wife Francis 
... to my Three iieises daughters of my sister Watson deceased vigt Esther 
now wife of Hugh Norris . . . and to Margaret and Katherine Watson. 

"To Christ lluspital £50. 

" Item : I give to the Poore orphants house at Hambrowe the place of my 
nativity, called ' I)at Wesenhus ' Fifty Rix lony 50 KLx doller att Hab' by the 
appointment of my executrix in 12 moneths after my decease ... to my 
Apprentices that shall be in actuall service att my decease Five pounds ... I 
doe hereby desire and request my loveing Brother in Law Mr. John Smith and 
my loveing sonne in Lawe Justus Otgher to be supervisors and assistants to my 
wife and Executrix." 

Residue to wife . . . dated 26 December, 1679. Signed in the 
presence of Jolm Pauton, Aba Otgher, Thomas Grosvenor. 

Proved 6 April, 16.S0, bj^ Alice Dogett, relict of said deceased and 

[P.C.C. 46 Bath.] 

Probate account book, 6 April, 1680, was proved the will of John 
Dogett, late of the Parish of St. Laurence Pountney, London, Esqr., 
deceased, by Alice Dogett, relict and Executrix. 

The will of Alice Dogett is recorded P.C.C. 127 Degg. " 28 Augt 
169!) — 11"' W" S'-''." 

" I Alice Doggett widdow late the wife of John Dogett of London, Esq' 
deceased being at present in good health . . . and my body I coraitt to the 
earth to be decently buryed according to the discreccon of ray Executor . . . 
to my Loveing son in Law M' Justus Otgher ... to my daughter Alice 
Debary . . . unto ray sister Mrs Mary Woolsey for moiirninL; Ten Pounds and 
Five pounds to Mrs Angell and to my son John Dogett ami his wit'e Twenty 
pounds for mourning and to my son Benjamin Dogett Twenty pounds for 
mourning ... I have given my son Justus Otgher towards the advancing of 
his Daughter Katherine which sume time since marryed unto Mr David 
Longuemantle and shall pay the residue and Interest and' Proffitts thereof and 
the rest and residue of the said Two Fifths parts to such other Children which 
he had by my said Daughter Elizabeth . . . my said Daughter Alice the wife 
of David Debary ... to my son John Dogett deducting thereout Four 
hundred and Sixty pounds formerly given him to buy a place and one hundred 
pounds since lent hira for the better carrying on his trade of a Woodmonger and 
the sume of Threescore Pounds lately paid his Creditors by his direccon . . . 
to my Sou Benjamin Dogett He first deducting thereout Two Hundred pounds 
which I have formerly given him And one Hundred pounds since Lent him to 
carry on his Trade of Woodmonger and the sume of Threescore pounds paid to 
his Creditors by his Order . . . my Loveing Son in Law Justus Otgher to be 
my Full and Sole Executor . . . Alice Dogett ... in the presence of Sarah 
Hawkins, her marke, Anne Day, James Peters." 

Proved 5 May, 1703, by Justus Otgher, the executor. 

Probate account to above will from the " Pfobate Act Book," " 5 
May, 1703, was proved the will of Alice Doggett, late of the Parish 
of S'. Andrew, Holbourue, Co. Middx, widow dec'd, by Justus 
Otgher, Exec." 


82. Elizabeth Doggett'^ {John,- John '), iiifirvied Mr. Taylor. 
Issue : 

90. i. John Taylor,'' not yet 21 in October, 1G53. 

91. ii. Francis Taylor,'' not yet 21 in October, 1653. 

83. Anne Doggett^ {John,^ John'), died Loudon (?), Eug. 
before 26 December, 1670 ; married George Watsou. 

Issue : 

AVatson,'' married Hugh Norris before 26 December, 1G79. 

93. ii. Margaret Watson,'' not married 1679. 

94. iii. Katherine Watson,'' not married 1679. 

84. Giles Firmin ' {Martha Dogett,^ John'), died Ridgewell, 
England, April, 1697 ; married, Massachusetts, Susan Ward, daugh- 
ter of Rev. Nathaniel Ward. 

Giles Firmin settled in Boston previous to his father; he then 
removed to Ipswich, Mass. Was afterward at Haverhill, Mass. 
Made freeman 22 May, 1639. He was educated at the University of 
Cambridge, and in 1644, or soon after, went to England, where he 
preached with good effect. Was settled as rector at Shalford, in 

In a sermon before Parliament and the Westminster Assembly he 
said that " in our country in seven years I never heard one profane 
oath, and all that time never did see a man drunk," which is better 
proof of his keeping good company than of searching for opportunity. 

85. John Doggett' {John, ^ John, ^ John'), wife and children at 
Carolina, America (1706). 

"John Dogett living and not aged 24 years, 26 December, 1679, 
living anil married 28 August, 1699, and a 'wood monger' by trade, 
£60 paid his creditors. [See his mother's will.] Per will of brother 
Benjamin 14 March, 1706, it appears from will of Benjamin that his 
brother John ' lodgeth in the Fleet,' and that said John done ' very 
ill ' to come from his wife and children at Carolina to serve the 
Coll: who is but in bad circumstances himself." 

86. Benjamin Doggett^ {John,^ John," John'), died Kingston, 
Jamaica, between 1703 and 1706. 

Benjamin Doggett living and not aged 24, 26 December, 1679, 
living 28 August. 1699, and "wood monger" by trade, £60 paid to 
his creditors. [See mother's wUl.] 

His will is really a letter from Benjamin Doggett to his brother 
John Doggett, and is dated Kingston, Jamaica, 8 July, 1703, and in 
which he mentions sister De Bary. Brother Otgher (recites a letter 
from him {i.e., Otgher), in which it is stated that John Doggett 


"lodgeth in the Fleet") mother deceased. " Siuce we are all 
mortall and a like I have to expect, I here tell you I make you my 
sole Executor in case of mortality, desigueing to make my will at 
first and leave you all I have or can lay claime to." Brother 
Otgher also mentions in Ms letter to Benjamin Doggett, that John 
Doggett had "done very ill to come from his wife and children at 
Carolina to serve the Coll : who is but in bad circumstances himself." 

Benjamin Doggett's will {i.e., the letter), sworn to by Anthony 
Grindall, of the Parish of St. Bridgett, also St. Brides, London, 
Esqr., aged above 30 years, and John Seymour, of the Parish of St. 
Buttolph, without Aldgate, Co. Middx, distiller, aged 30 years, 
who deposed they knew Benjamin Dogett, late of London, mer- 
chant, "but dyeing, as these deponents believe, at Jamaica." 

Called in the sentence "Benjamin Dogett late at Kingston in the 
Island of Jamaica, Bachelor, deceased." Proved 14 November, 1706, 
by John Dogett, brother of deceased, aud executor. [Commissary 
Court of London.] 

88. Elizabeth Doggett'' {John,^ John,- Jahn'), born about 
1651; married, Loudon, Eng., license dated 20 December, 1671, at 
St. Helen, Bishopgate, or St. James, Duks Place, to Justus Otgher, 
of St. Mary Hill, London, merchant; born about 1646. 

Issue : 

95. i. Katherine Otgher,' living and married David Longuemantlu (1699). 

96. ii. John Otgher, ° living, under age, 26 December, 1679. 

Issue : 

97. i. Richard Doggett,' born Leighton Buzzard, Beds., 1605. 

98. ii. Ralph Doggett.' 

99. iii. Francis Doggett,' married and bad daughter Elizabeth Doggett; he 

died before 1679. 

100. iv. Lawrence Doggett,' married and had Edward Doggett, who married 

and bad Richard Doggett. 

97. Richard Doggett,' born Leighton Buzzard, Beds., 1605; 
died Leighton Buzzard, Beds., July 13, 1682; married Elizabeth 
Turney; born Leighton Buzzard, Beds., 1609; died Leighton Buz- 
zard, Beds., November 12, 1689. 

Issue : 

101. i. Thomas Doggett.- • 

102. ii. Deborah Doggett.^ 

103. iii. Judith Doggett.' 


Richard Doggett, of Leighton Buzzard, Beds., died 1682, leaving 
a will dated 1679, in which he makes a bequest to the town of 
Leighton, and besides the relatives mentioned in the pedigree speaks 
of cousins Anne Edwards ; Elizabeth Shephearth, of Shefford ; 
Thomas Harwood, alias Smith ; Sarah Stevens, of Aston ; Richard 
Jenkins ; Sarah Brown ; Thomas Doggett, of Standbridge, near 
Leighton; Robert Turney; Robert Parrott. 

Speaks of property at Steeple Claydon, Bucks ; at Bittou parish, 
Fowdingbridge ; Co. Southton, and at Eluig, Southtou, where lived 
Mr. Pawlett, Senr. 

Funeral expenses to be £100; £20 to be paid for a monument 
over grave. [Somerset House, Cottle, 96.] 

The wiU of Elizabeth Doggett, of Leighton Buzzard, Beds., 
widow : 

" I give to the poor of Leighton the sum of 50 shillings. 

"To Matthew Disney of Bradwell, Bucks, clerk William Lea of Lillingston 
Dayrill, Bucks clerk John Truelove of Leighton Buzzanl, all my Estate, Title, 
&, Interest ground &c at Steeple Claydon, Bucks, upon special trust & confidence 
for ray grandchild Martha Pawlett the now wife of William Pawlett of Bitton, 
Southampton, her heirs failing which, I give the same to Matthew Disney & 
Sarah his wife. 

" To Judith & Rebecca Turney the daughters of my Brother Edward Turney 
of Hemel Hempstead £20 between thcni. 

" Edward Turney son of Brother Edward. 

" Thomas Turney " " " " 

" Grandchild Richard Pawlett my house where I now dwell." 

Dated 18 May, 1687. 

Codicil 20 June, 1688 (no different names). Probate, 1689. 

[Somerset House, Ent. 173.] 

98. Ralph Doggett,' died before 1679 ; married. 
Issue : 

104. i. Ralph Doggett.' 

105. ii. Thomas Doggett.^ 

103. Debok.\h Doggett- (RicJianV), married Mr. Pawlett. 
Issue : 
10(>. i. William Pawlett,^ married Martha Fronside (?) before 1687. 

107. ii. Richard Pawlktt,^ living May IS, 1G87. 

103. Judith Doggett" (i?ic/ta?-d '), married Mr. Fronside. 
Issue : 

108. i. Sara.h Fronside,' married Mathew Disney(?) before 1687. 

109. ii. Martha Fronside,' married William Pawlett (?) before 1687. 

105. Thomas Doggett" {Ralph'), married March 7, 1653; by 
Samuel Bedford, Esq., to Elizabeth Edwards, of Biggleswade, the 
daughter of Thomas Edwards, of Langford, Co. Bedford. 

Issue: Children mentioned in will of Richard Doggett, 1679. 

DoGGETT House at Leighton Buzzard. 

The residence of some of the earliest members of the Leighton Buzzard branch of the 

Mr. William H. Dogciett of Leighton Buzzard had the above copy made from a 
painting of the house which has been in his family for many generations. 



110. John Dogget,' married Alice. 
Issue : 

111. i. Alice Douget,'-' bapt. Reigate, Co. Surrey, June 2, 1644. 

112. ii. John Dogget,^ bapt. Reigate, Co. Surrey, May 8, 1647. 

113. iii. Mary Dogget,- bapt. Reigate, Co. Surrey, July 10, 1651. 

114. iv. Anna Dogget,^ bapt. Reigate, Co. Surrey, August 20, 1655. 

115. T. Dogget,- buried Reigate, Co. Surrey, July 17, 1657. 

116. vi. John Dogget,^ born Mitcbam, Co. Surrey, August 30, 1660. 

117. Tii. Benjamin Dogget,^ died Mitcham, Surrey, May 9, 1661. 


118. William Doggett,' born Leighton Buzzard, Beds., 1681 ; 
died Leighton Buzzard, Beds., August 12, 1760; married 1st; mar- 
ried 2d, 1722, Anne; born 1698; died Leighton Buzzard, July 19, 

Issue : 

119. i. William Doggett.'' 

120. ii. John Doggett.^ 

121. iii. Thomas Doggett,^ born Leighton Buzzard, 1723. 

122. IT. Richard Doggett,^ born Leighton Buzzard, 1730; died Leighton 

Buzzard, NoTember 16, 1776. 

123. V. Ann Doggett,- born Leighton Buzzard; married 1st, William Gresham, 

2d, John Pancross, 3d, John Millard; no issue; she died Leighton 
Buzzard, December 13, 1795. 

121. Thomas Doggett- {WiUimn'), boru Leighton Buzzard, 
1723; died Leighton Buzzard, July 25, 1792; married Elizabeth 
Bullen; born 1737; died Leighton Buzzard, March 16, 1799. 

Issue : 

124. i. William Doggett,^ born Leigliton Buzzard, 1768 ; died Leighton Buz- 

zard, January 14, 1772. 

125. ii. Ann Doggett,^ born Leighton Buzzard, December 5, 1769; married 

Joseph Simons; no issue; died November 28, 1825. 

126. iii. Mart Doggett,^ born Leighton Buzzard, February 11, 1771; died 

Leighton Buzzard, February 14, 1846. 

127. iv. Thomas Doggett,^ born Leighton Buzzard, May 5, 1772. 

128. V. Elizabeth Doggett,^ born Leighton Buzzard, October 20, 1773; died 

Leighton Buzzard, June 5, 1802. 


127. Ti-iOiiAS DoGGETT ^ {Thomas,- William^), bom Leighton 
Buzzard, May 5, 1772; died April 15, 1851; married Caroline 
Williams; born Brixton(?), August 15, 1780; died Leighton Buz- 
zard, AprU 12, 1851. 

Issue : 

129. i. Thomas Doggett/ born Leighton Buzzard, April 9, 1799; died 

Leighton Buzzard, October 28, 1828. 

130. ii. Richard Doggett,^ born Leighton Buzzard, Marcli 31, 1801 ; married 

1st, Elizabeth Wallher; married 2d, Sophia Hayward ; no issue; he 
died Leighton Buzzard, November 15, 1865. 

131. iii. Francis Doggett,'' born Leighton Buzzard, October 8, 1802; died 

Leighton Buzzard, March 22, 1806. 

132. iv. Elizabeth Doggett,'' born Leighton Buzzard, March 20, 1804 ; died 

Leighton Buzzard, October 20, 1807. 

133. v. William Doggett,'' born Leighton Buzzard, March 23, 1806. 

134. vi. Edward Bo'wers Doggett," born Leighton Buzzard, January 3, 1808. 

135. vii. Francis Doggett,'' born Leighton Buzzard, September 5, 1809; died 

Leighton Buzzard, November 20, 1828. 

136. viii. Charles Doggett,'' born Leighton Buzzard, September 27, 1811; died 

December 14, 1851. 

137. ix. Caroline Doggett,'' born Leighton Buzzard, August 18, 1813; mar- 

ried Henry John Robinson. 
138.x. Anne Doggett,'' born Leighton Buzzard, October 17, 1815; married 
Thomas Price. 

139. xi. George Henry Doggett,'' born Leighton Buzzard, January 18, 1818 ; 

died November 19, 1839. 

140. xli. Mart Doggett,'' born Leighton Buzzard, January 17, 1820; died 

May, 1857. 

141. xiii. Martha Doggett," born Leighton Buzzard, April 25, 1821; married 

Edward D. Lines. 

142. xiv. Sophia Doggett,'' born Leighton Buzzard, September 3, 1824; mar- 

ried D. J. McLauchlan. 

133. William Doggett^ {Thomas,^ Thomas," William'), born 
Leighton Buzzard, March 23, 1806 ; died October 24, 1873 ; married 
Louisa Robinson. 

Issue : 

143. i. Louisa Caroline Doggett,* born Leighton Buzzard, March 18, 1836; 

married Charles White; resides Leighton Buzzard (1879). 

144. ii. Sophia Anne Doggett,* born Leighton Buzzard, January 1, 1838; 

married Charles Claudge ; resides Leighton Buzzard (1879). 

145. iii. Elizabeth Georgia Doggett,* born Leighton Buzzard, February 19, 

1840 ; married George Bush. 

146. iv. Martha Robinson Doggett,* born Leighton Buzzard, January 31, 


147. V. William Henry Doggett,* horn Leighton Buzzard, January 22, 1845. 

148. vi. Ltdia Fanny Doggett,* born Leighton Buzzard, March 1, 1847; 

married George Saunders. 

149. vii. Gertrude Mart Doggett,* born Leighton Buzzard, April 1, 1849 ; 

died Leighton Buzzard, April 29, 1852. 

134. Ed-ward Bo-wers Doggett ■• ( Thomas,^ Thomas,'- William ') , 
born Leighton Buzzard, January 3, 1808 ; died July 29, 1854 ; married 

Issue : Two sons and three daughters. One of the sons died young. 

150. i. Thomas Doggett,* born 1839; of " H.M. Bengal Service;" died Cal- 

cutta, India, March 10, 1883; married and had two daughters. 


14-7. William Henry Doggett * ( WilliMii,' Thomas,' Tlioinas,'^ 
William'), born Leighton Buzzard, January 22, 1845; resides 
Netherleigh, 28 Osborne Eoad, Finsbury Park, London, N. (1893) ; 
married, Leighton Buzzard, January 5, 1887, by Rev. W. H. 
Ciiambers, to Ann Louisa Parsons, daugtiter of Jonathan Parsons. 

Mr. William H. Doggett, of Leighton Buzzard, at present residing 
in London, has supplied many facts for the family history. He very 
kindly assisted by searching among the wills at Somerset House, and 
making extracts at the British Museum. 


151. William Doggett,' died 1739; married, Walton, Somerset, 
April 6, 1703, Mary Stafford. 
Issue : 

152. i. William Doggett," bapt. Walton, August 26, 1705. 

153. ii. Edward Doggett,- bapt. Walton, October 2(j, 1707. 
15i. iii. Maky Doggett, = bapt. Walton, October 26, 1707. 

155. iv. James Doggett, bapt. Walton, April 9, 1710. 

The registers at Walton do not go back further than 1667, from 
jvhich date to 1810 search was made for entries relative to the family 
of Doggett. 

155. James Doggett' {William'), bapt. Walton, Somerset, 
April 9, 1710; buried Clevedou, Somerset, October 21, 1746; married 
Rachel; buried Clevedon, Somerset, November 10, 1776. 

Issue : 

156. i. William Doggett,' bapt. August 29, 1742. 

157. ii. Hannah Doggett,^ bapt. May 18, 1746. 

156. William Doggett^ (James,- William'), bapt. August 29, 
1742; died July 16, 1771. 

William Doggett lies bui-ied in the old churchyard at Clevedon, 
where is the following inscription : 

" In memory of William Doggett of Pill, of the Parish of S'. George, who 
died the 16"> of July, 1771, aged 28 years." 

" Forbear dear wife and child to weep " 

Tho' I was swallow'd in the deep, 
" Tho' Neptuous waves besett rae round 

I hope that I have mercy found." 



158. Thomas Dogget,' of Waltham, Holy Cross. 
Issue : 

159. i. Joseph Dogget," bapt. Waltham, Holy Cross, September 12, 1711; 

buried, Waltham, Holy Cross, Decembers, 1718. 

160. ii. Lydia Dogget, = bapt. Waltham, Holy Cross, Novembers, 1713. 

161. iii. Sarah Dogget, = bapt. Waltham, Holy Cross, October 3, 1715; buried 

Waltham, Holy Cross, December 14, 1718. 

162. iv. Er.izABETii Dogget," bapt. Waltham, Holy Cross, September 21, 1719; 

buried Waltham, Holy Cross, April 18, 1720. 


163. Edward Doggett,' born 1713; died Clevedon, Somerset, 
Eng., April 12, 1779; married Martha; born 1716; died Clevedon, 
Somerset, May 2, 1765. 

Issue : 
164.1. Edwakd Doggett,' bapt. Clevedon, Somerset, July 17, 1737; buried 
March 12, 173%. 

165. ii. Edward Doggett,' bapt. Clevedon, Somerset, May I, 1743. 

166. iii. Charles Doggett,' bapt. Clevedon, Somerset, March 10, 174</5; died 

Clevedon, Somerset, May 24, 1762. 

167. iv. William Doggett,' died unmarried. 

168. V. Henry Doggett,' bapt. Clevedon, Somerset, January 14, 17073'; died 

Clevedon, Somerset, June 8, 1762. 

169. vi. Nancy- Doggett.' 

165. Edward Doggett' (EdwanV), bapt. Clevedon, Somerset, 
May 1, 1743; died Clevedon, Somerset, November 18, 1811; mar- 
ried 1st; married 2d, 1771, Sarah Greenfield, daughter of Hugh 
Greenfield, of NaUsea; born 1749; died Clevedon, Somerset, March 
16, 1792. 

Issue : 

170. i. Martha Doggett,^ married Thomas Hunt. 

171. ii. Nancy Doggett, married Benjamin Godwin. 

172. iii. Elizabeth Doggett,^ born September 20, 1772 ; married Clevedon, 

Somerset, April 9, 1796, Richard Hayman ; she died Bristol, England, 
January 12, 1847. 

173. iv. Hester Doggett,^ born February 14, 1774; married Clevedon, Somer- 

set, April 18, 1812, Samuel Alvis; issue, one child, who died aged 
10 or 12 years ; she was buried Wraxall, Somerset. 

174. V. Edward Doggett,' born August 2, 1775; married a widow, Baker; 

no issue; buried Wraxall. 


175. vi. Doggktt,^ born May 11, 1777; married Hannah; she born 

1780; rlied January 12, 1851 ; he died Clevedon, Somerset, February 
19, 1855. 

176. vii. William Doogett,^ born Cleve<lon, Somerset, January 24, 1779; 

married Elizabeth Wedmore, dausihter of Thomas Wedmore, of 
Nailsra: died ln.twi'cn 1S4'.) and 1S52. 

177. Tiii. Saiiaii l)<]i.i.i:Tr, ' Imuii (i'lcvnlon. Somerset, January 25, 1781; mar- 

ried Cl.vidun, SoniLiset, Xovi'iiiber 19, 1810, John Manning, of 
Bariinytoii ; diril about 1,S4.S ; buried at Yatton. 

178. ix. Hannah ])ch;i:ett,^ born Clevedon, Somerset, May 16, 1783; married 

William dram; ilied 1850 or 1851. 

179. X. Mauv DoiiiiETT," born Clevedon, Somerset, March 25, 1785; married 

Kichard Bishop; no issue; died Yatton, Somerset, April 1, 1854. 

180. xi. Henry Doggett,^ born Clevedon, Somerset, July 21, 1787. 

181. xii. Sophia Doggett,'' born Clevedon, Somerset, August 17, 178'J; mar- 

ried Mark Mav, of Puxton ; issue, three sons and five daughters; 
died I'uxton, Somerset, July 30, 1869. 

182. xiii. Harkiet Dogi.ktt,^ born Clevedqn, Somerset, February 2, 1792; 

married George Wyatt, of Kingston, Seymour, Somerset; issue, 
four sons and five daughters ; died Somerset, January 8, 1854. 

Edward Doggett was buried at Clevedou, with the following inscrip- 
tion over his grave : 

' Affliction sore long time hi 
Physicians were in vain 



Sarah Doggett was also buried at Clevedon, where on her foot^ 
stone is the following: 

" My husba'nd kind and children dear 
Grieve not for me in vain 
For here I rest in hopes to r.aise 
Salvation to obtain." 

169. Nancy Doiigett" (Srfioaj-rf '), married William Frappell. 
Issue : 

183. i. William Fkappell,^ died Bedminster, leaving issue. 

184. ii. Henry Frappell,^ died Suttonwick; no issue. 

185. iii. Ph(Ebe Frappell,^ died young. 

186. iv. Nancy Frappell,^ married William Oldfield, of Bedminster; had 1 son 

and 3 daughters. 

180. Hekry Doggett^ {Edivard," EdwarcV), born Clevedon, 
Somerset, July 21, 1787; died Nailsea, Somerset, December 13, 
1859 ; married, Nailsea, Somerset, June 7, 1812, Elizabeth Coombs, 
daughter of John and Hannah Coombs, of Nailsea ; born September 
23, 1783; died Nailsea, Somerset, January 25, 1869. 

Issue : 

187. i. Henry Doggett,'' born Somerset, August 2, 1813; died N,ailsea, Som- 

erset, June 17, 1841. 

188. ii. Hannah Wedmoke Duggett,* born Somerset, August 10, 1815; mar- 

ried, Severn, niostcrsliire, Robert Willcox, of Oldbury ; no issue. 

189. iii. Edward Gricem ii.ij. l)n.,,,i:TT,-' born Somerset, May 25, 1817. 

190. iv. Esther Doggett,' diiil Sta\i'rton or Darlington, Devon. 

191. V. Charles Cooiiiss Doggett,-' born Devon, January 2, 1822; died 

February 14, 1840. 


189. Edward Greenfield Doggett^ {Henry,^ Edioard," Ed- 
ward'), bom Somerset, May -25, 1817; died Clifton, Bristol, Feb- 
ruary 18, 1887; married 1st, West Hackney, Middlesex, June 22, 
1847, Mary Evans Browett, daughter of Thomas and Mary Browett, 
born Northampton, November 20, 1824; died Somerset, February 
21, 1856; married 2d, Maria Robinson, of Coventry; married 3d, 
Sarah Ann Salmond, of Bristol. 

Issue : 

192. i. Hugh Greenfield Dogcett,^ born Upper Montpelier, Bristol, August 
25, 1853. 

Mr. Edward G. Doggett was much interested in the family history, 
and kindly added to the collection the points he had gathered regard- 
ing his own branch and the family in early times. 

192. Hugh Greenfield Doggett* {Edward O.,* Henry,^ Ed- 
wai-d,'' Edward'), born Upper Montpelier, Bristol, August 25, 1853, 
"solicitor," resides 31 Richmond Terrace, Clifton, Bristol (1888); 
married, Hull, Yorkshire, August 1, 1878, Rachel Sibree Bremner, 
daughter of James and Sarah Adams (Sibree) Bremner, of Bristol ; 
born Bristol, February 15, 1853. 

Issue:. 2 daughters (1883). 


193. Thomas Doggett,' married. 
Issue : 

194. i. George Doggett,''' born Siloe, Bedfordshire. 

195. ii. JoHx Doggett,' died. 

196. iii. Elizabeth Doggett,'- married Richard Welch. 

197. iv. Mary Doggett," married 1st, Robert Field; 2d, Mr. Arnold. 

194. George Doggett" (Thomas'), born Siloe, Bedfordshire; 

Issue : 

198. 1. John Doggett.^ 

198. John Doggett^ (George," Tltomas'), married. 
Issue : 

199. i. George Doggett " was a commercial traveller for a jewelry firm ; 

married and had 2 sons and 1 daughter; one of the sons moved 
to America, 1877; a daughter also moved to America, but returned 
after a time. 

200. ii. 'Vincent Doggett,'' born 1810. 

201. iii. William Doggett,'' married and had 3 sons and 3 daughters. 

202. iv. John Doggett,'' Inland Revenue oifieer; married and had 4 sons and 

1 daughter. 


203. T. Lucy Doggett," married Mr. Ward; has 3 sons, 1 daughter. 

204. yi. Mary Doggett/ married Mr. Barnard. No issue. 

205. vii. Benjamin Doggett,* died aged 8 years. 

206. Till. Frederick Doggett,'' " Somerset House officer," married and had 

2 sons and 1 daughter. 

207. ix. Thomas Doggett,* died. 

200. Vincent Doggett^ {John,"^ George,'^ Thomaa'), boru 1810; 
"marketgardeuer;" resides Clophill, Ampthill, Beds. (1880) ; married. 
Issue : 5 sons, 8 daughters. 

208. 5th son Doggett,' born 1854, came to .\meriea 1870; died' Cleveland, O., 



209. John Doggett,' born about 1725; died near London, 
Eng. ; married near London, Eng. 

Issue : 

210. i. Henry Doggett,'' born London, Eng. 

210. Henry Doggett ' {John ' ) , born Loudon, Eng. ; died 
London, Eng. ; married London, Eng. 

Issue : 

211. i. Henry Doggett,^ born London, Eng. 

211. Henet Doggett^ {Henry,- John''), bom London, Eng.; 
married Corn-wall. 

Issue : 

212. i. Henry Doggett,'' born Cornwall. 

213. ii. Thomas Doggett.'' 

214. iii. Benjamin Doggett,*' served on board H.M. ships. 

212. Henet Doggett'' (Henry,^ Henry,'^ John'), born Corn- 
wall; married London, Eng. 

Issue : 

215. i. Samuel Tonkin Doggett," born London, Eng., May, 1828; office-stool 

and chair maker, 29 Mansell Street, Aldgate, London, E. (1880). 

216. John Doggett,' mairied Mary. 
Issue : 

217. 1. Rdth Doggett,'' born and christened St. James, Clerkenwell, London, 

March 15, 1730. 

218. ii. Elizabeth Doggett,^ born and christened St. James, Clerkenwell, 

London, February 12, 1732. 

219. iii. Mart Doggett,^ born and christened St. James, Clerkenwell, London, 

September 9, 1734. 

220. iv. Susannah Doggett,'' born and christened St. James, Clerkenwell, 

London, October 31, 1735. 

221. V. John James Doggett,^ born and christened St. James, Clerkenwell, 

London, December 21, 1737. 

222. vi. Ann Doggett,- boru April 15; christened St. James, Clerkenwell, 

London, April IG, 1741. 



223. DoGGETT.' 

Issue : 

224. i. Daniel Docgett,- born Winfartliing, Norfolk, 175i5. 

225. ii. Jeremiah Doggett," born 1761. 

224. D.\NiEL Doggett,^ bom Winfarthing, Norfolk, 1756; 
buried Winfarthing, Norfolk, December 29, 1840; married Arabella 
Betts, born 1764; died Bramfleld, Suffolk; buried Winfarthing, 
February 17, 1849. 

Issue : 

226. i. Sophia Doggett,^ bapt. Winfarthing, Norfolk, Maj- 3, 1789 ; mar- 

ried Robert Howard, of BramfieUi, Suffolk, October 6, 1812. 

227. ii. William Doggett,^ bapt. Winfarthing, Norfolk, July 25, 1790. 

228. iii. Hakkiet Doggett,' buried Winfarthing, Norfolk, October 5, 1791. 

229. iv. Edwaki) Doggett,' bapt. Winfarthing, Norfolk, 1791 ; died Shelford, 

Cambridge; buried Winfarthing, June 16, 1849. 
2.S0. V. Caroline Doggett,' bapt. Winfarthing, Norfolk, April 27, 1794. 

231. vi. George Doggett,' bapt. Winfarthing, Norfolk, June 14, 1795. 

232. vii. Henry Doggett,' bapt. Winfarthing, Norfolk, December 18, 1796. 

233. viii. Philip Doggett,' bapt. Winfarthing, Norfolk; buried Winfarthing, 

Norfolk, August 4, 1799. 

234. ix. Harriet Doggett,' bapt. 1801 ; buried Winfarthing, Norfolk, De- 

cember 13, 1809. 

235. X. Francis Doggett,' bapt. Winfarthing, Norfolk, December 2, 1804 ; 

removed lo United States, 1849 ; died United States America, 1870. 

236. xi. Emily Doggett,' bapt. Winf.arthing, Norfolk; married Mr. Cowell, 

of Ipswich, Suffolk, where she lives (1880). 

The Winfartliing oak stands on the estate of the Right Honorable 
the Earl of Albemarle, in the midst of what was formerly " Winfarth- 
ing Great Park," anciently a royal demesne belonging to the adjacent 
Palace of Kenninghall Place, from which Mary of unhappy memory 
was called to the throne in l.'iSS. It is conjectured that this tree 
must have been in existence before the Christian era. The oak in 
1820 was seventy feet in circumference at the extremity of the roots. 
The trunk is completely hollow, and the inside presenting an appear- 
auce resembling the rugged masonry befitting a Druidical temple. 

Over the doorway entrance is placed by the late Mr. Doggett, 
many years the respected tenant of the surrounding farm, a brass 
plate with an inscription soliciting from visitors to the oak douations 
for the Bible Society : 


'Ye who this renerable Oak survey, 

Which still survives through many a stormy day, 
Deposit here your mite with willing hands, 

To spread in foreign climes, through foreign lands, 
The Sacred Volume so divinely given 

Whose pages teach the narrow way to Heaven." 


" May every subject in my dominions po 

225. Jeremiah Doggett,- abode "Little Park," a " church- 
wardeu; " born Winfarthing, Norfolk, 1761 ; buried Wmfarthing, Nor- 
folk, June 16, 1813; married, Winfarthing, Norfolk, Mary Crowe ; 
born 1763; bni'ied Winfarthing, Norfolk, June 11, 1818. 

Issue : 

237. i. Davey Doggett,^ bapt. Winfarthing, Norfolk, Aprils, 178S; buried 

Winfarthing, Norfolk, October 2, 1802. 

238. ii. John Doggett,^ born Winfarthin;j, Norfolk, February 22, 1789. 

239. iii. Ann Doggett,^ bapt. Winfarthing, Norfolk. October 23, 1792; buried 

Winfarthing, Norfolk, March I'G, l":!'-.;. 

240. iv. Jerejiiah Doggett,' bapt. Winfarthing, Norfolk, 1794. 

241. V. Richard Doggett,' bapt. Winfarthing, Norfolk, July 3, 1796. 

242. vi. Thomas Doggett,' bapt. Winfarthing. Norfolk, July 20, 1798; died 

London; buried Winfarthing, December 17, 1818. 

243. vii. Calver Doggett,' bapt. Winfarthing, Norfolk, February 10, 1799 ; 

buried Winfarthing, Norfolk, Febru.ary 17, 1799. 

244. viii. Esther Doggett,' bapt. Winfarthing-. Norfolk, September 18, 1803. 

245. ix. Robert Daniel Doggett,' bapt. Winfarthing, Norfolk, May 13, 1807. 

227. William Doggett' (Dcnn'rf-), bapt. Winfarthing, Norfolk, 
July 25, 1790; died Newnham, Herts., August, 1859, where is a stained- 
glass window to his memory; married; slie died Newnham, Herts. 

Issue : 

246. i. Thomas William Doggett.^ 

247. ii. John Doggett.'' 

248. iii. Arthur Doggett,'' married 1865; resides (1880) Newnham, Herts. 

240. Jeremiah Doggett 3 {Jeremiah^), bapt. Winfarthing, Nor- 
folk, 1794; died Thetford, Norfolk, February 25, 1885; married. 
Issue : 

249. i. Russell Doggett," born 1831 ; died Holkham, Norfolk, July 9, 1888. 

250. ii. Richard Doggett.'' 

251. iii. Mary Doggett,'' died Wells next the Sea, England, April 16, 1888. 

2'il. Richard Doggett' (./(^remja/; '-), bapt. Winfarthing, Nor- 
folk, July 3, 1796; man-ied Sarah Chapman. 
Issue : 

252. i. James Richard Doggett,'' bapt. Winfarthing, Norfolk, August 13, 1826. 

253. ii. Sarah Doggett, ■■ bapt. Winfarthing, Norfolk, May 28, 1828. 

254. iii. Maria Doggett,'' bapt. Winfarthing, Norfolk, August 29, 1829; buried 

Winfarthing, Norfolk, 1829. 


246. Thomas William Doggett ^ {William.^ DanieP), resides 
Sandon Bm-y, Royston, Herts. (1880) ; married 1857. 

Issue : 

255. i. William Harold Doggett,° born 1859. 

256. ii. Frank Foster Doggett,* born 1863. 

257. iii. Arthdr Henry Doggett," liorn 1865. 

258. iv. Florence Emilt Doggett,^ born 1867. 

259. V. Ella Mart Doggett,^ born 1872. 

260. vi. Rosa Ethel Doggett,^ born 1878. 

247. John Doggett'' {William,^ DanieP), born England; re- 
moved to the United States; resides Kansas City, Mo. (1892); 

Issue : 

261. i. Arthdr Doggett.* 

262. ii. Herbert L. Doggett.* 

263. iii. Isabel Doggett.* 

Mr. Doggett is one of the most prominent men of Kansas City, 
and is president of the Doggett Dry Goods Company. 

263. Isabel Doggett* (John,* WilUam,^ Daniel^), marriedKan- 
sas City, Mo., June 6, 1888, by Rev. C. L. Thompson, to Arthur 
Chandler Coates, son of Kersey Coates. 


264. Thomas Doggett,' of Stoke Newington, Middlesex, married 
Elizabeth Bouts. 
Issue : 

265. i. James Doggett," died single. 

266. ii. Thomas Doggett,'-' born July 13, 1770. 

267. iii. Elizabeth Doggett,^ niiirried Edward WooUams. 

268. iv. Sarah Doggett,^ died young. 

269. V. Frederick Doggett,^ born August 3, 1772. 

270. vi. Ann Doggett,'' died single. 

266. Thomas Doggett" {Thomas'), boru July 13, 1770; 

271. i. Thomas Doggett,^ born August 1, 1800; married. 

272. ii. Mary Doggett,^ born July 23, 1805; living (1884). 

273. iii. James Doggett,^ born May 15, 1806 ; married and bad daughter who 

married Mr. Ward; she lives (1884) Montreal, Canada. 


269. Fkedeeick Doggett- (T/;om((.s- '), born August 3, 1772; 
died February 10, 1852; married October 28, 1798, Ann Dawborne ; 
born February 28, 1775 ; died November 29, 1853. 

Issue : 

274. i. Elizabeth Barton Doggett,' horn August 25, 1799. 

275. ii. Sarah Doggett,' born May 13, 1801; married November 2, 1824, 

William Chaldecott; died May 27, 1883. 

276. iii. Mart Doggett,^ born March 23, 1803 ; married December, 1827, 

Thomas Watts Chaldecott; died December 1, 1880. 

277. iv. Charles Doggett,^ born August 16, 1804; died September 25, 1804. 

278. T. Charles Cooper Doggett,^ born December 11, 1805; "poet;" 

died December 10, 1846. 

279. vi. Martha Doggett,^ born August 26, 1807; married October, 1828, 

James Goddard Chaldecott; died October 21, 1874. 

280. vii. Ann Doggett,^ born July 30, 1809; married May 25, 1848, Samuel 


281. viii. Jane Barton Doggett,^ born March 31, 1811 ; died July 24, 1871. 

282. ix. Frederick William Doggett,^ born February 10, 1813. 

283.x. Phebe Dawborne Doggett,^ born March 3, 1815; died July 26, 

284. xi. Caroline Bouts Doggett,^ born July 9, 1818. 

282. Frederick William Doggett ^ {Frederick,^ Thomas ' ) , born 
February 10, 1813 ; died August 16, 1871 ; married, St. Jolins, 
Hackney, May 16, 1842, Lydia Jane Thompson. 
Issue : 
i. Ada Doggett,'' born April 12, 1844; died June 21, 1848. 
ii. Arthur Doggett,'' born October 10, 1845 ; died October 18, 1845. 
iii. Frederick Ernest Doggett,'' born October 2, 1846; resides Pock- 
thorp, Norwich (1883). 
iv. Charles Alfred Doggett,'' born February 9, 1848 ; resides 21 Lord- 
ship Park, Stoke Newington (1883). 
V. Florence Maud Doggett,'' born April 23, 1849. 
vi. William Leonard Doggett,'' born March 25, 1851 ; resides 42 

Kyverdale Road, Stoke Newington (1883). 
vii. Evelyn Ltdia Doggett,'' born July 7, 1853. 

viii. Henry Edgar Doggett,'' born September 1, 1854; resides Leyton- 
stone, Essex (1883). 

284. Caroline Bouts Doggett^ {Frederick,' Thomas'), born 
July 9, 1818; resides " The Cottage," Holmwood, Dorking, Surrey 

Miss Doggett is the author of many instructive tales. She was 
assisted by her sister, Phebe D. Doggett, who passed away in 1882. 
Among their works are " Brookleigh Manor," " Seedtime and Har- 
vest," "My Garden Party," " Nellie Graham," " The Light ou the 
Beacon Rock," "Minnie and Mopsey," "The Two Houses, and 
Lost and Found," "The Autobiography of Trusty." 



Arms: Gules, two greyhounds, salient, combatant, argent, col- 
lared, sa. 
Crest : A lion's head, erased or, gorged with a mural coronet sable. 
Motto: "In collo guies." 

293. Thomas Doggett,' born Huntingdon (?); died (buried 
Upwell Churchyard) 1793 or 1794; married Miss Phillips. 

Issue : 
29-t. i. William Doggett,- born Upwell, Cambridgeshire, April 23, 1787. 
205. ii. Thomas Doggett,- born Upwell, Cambridgeshire, June 17, 1789; died 

East Indies, August 7, 1812. 
29G. iii. John Doggett,'' born Upwell, Cambridgeshire, March 20, 1791. 

The Christian name of the first known ancestor of this branch is 
supposed to be Thomas, although not positively known. He came 
from Huntingdon in 1760. At one time he enlisted as a soldier, but 
whether before or after marriage is uuknown. He deserted and came 
to live at Upwell, Cambridgeshire. 

His wife, who was Miss Phillips, had a brother who lived in Old 
Charge City. 

Mrs. Doggett married, 2d, Samuel Beckett, by whom she had 
children Samuel and Ann. 

A brother of Thomas was head gardener at one of the colleges at 
Cambridge University, and had a daughter or daughters who went to 
St. Ives, Herts. 

394:. William Doggett^ {Thomas'), born Upwell, Cambridge- 
shire, April -23, 1787 ; died May 8, 1833 ; married March 6, 1810, Ann 

Issue : 

297. i. Mart Ann Doggett,^ born London, England, November lf>, 1811. 

298. ii. Thomas Isaac Doggett,^ born September 25, 1813 ; died May 3, 1817. 

299. iii. Susan Doggett,^ born November 6, 1815; died March 27, 1818. 

300. iv. John Doggett,' born September 3, 1817; died 1820. 

301. V. Sarah Doggett,' born April 19, 1820; died January 31, 1849. 

302. vi. William Doggett,' born August 13, 1822; died October 1, 1877. 

303. vii. Thomas Doggett,' born October 19, 1824; married; several children. 

304. viii. Dinah Doggett,' born October 23, 1826. 

305. ix. Rebecca Doggett,' born March 19, 1829. 

306. X. Jabez Doggett,' born October 10, 1832. 

William Doggett came to London from Cambridgeshire, and was 
employed by a wholesale tea-dealer as warehouseman. 


296. John Doggett^ (Thomas^), born Upwell, Cambridgeshire, 
March 20, 1791; died London, 1825; married, 1812, Hannah Prior. 
Issue : 

307. i. Hannah Doggett,^ born London, Eng., 1813. 

308. ii. William Doggett,^ born London, Eng., 1818; died 1819. 

309. ill. Eliza Doggett,^ born London, Eug., 1820; died 1844. 

310. iv. John Doggett,^ born London, Eng., 1822. 

311. V. Martha Doggett,^ born London, Eng., 1824. 

John Doggett came to London, and was employed as a warehouse- 
man at a wholesale tea-dealer's. 

310. John Doggett' (John,^ TJiomas^), born London, Eng., 
1822 ; married. 
Issue : 

312. i. John Thomas Doggett,^ born London, Eng., 1849; resides 3 Chep- 

stow terrace, Malfort road, Denmark Parlj, London, S.E. (1880). 

313. ii. George Doggett,'' born 1851 ; married. 

314. iii. Emily Doggett,'' born 1853; married. 

315. iv. James Doggett,^ born 1855; died in infancy. 

316. V. Alfred Doggett,'' born 1856. 

317. vi. William Charles Doggett,* born 1858. 

318. vii. Frederick James Doggett,'' born 1861. 

319. viii. Clara Elizabeth Doggett,'' born 1863. 


320. Joseph Doggett' was of the firm "Taylor & Doggett," 
boot and shoe makers to His Royal Highness the Duke of Glouces- 
ter, Davies street, Berkeley square, London, Eng. 

Issue : 

321. i. Joseph Doggett.'' 

322. ii. William Doggett,'' born London, Eng., 1810. 

323. iii. Martin Doggett.*' 

324. iv. Jane Doggett.'' 

325. V. Emily Doggett." a a £»0'^'^*^ 

326. Ti. Fanny Doggett.'' XXOr<li fit 

327. vii. KosA Doggett." 

322. William Doggett" {Joseph'), born London, Eug., 1810; 
removed to America 1835; killed in a railroad accident July 27, 
1879; married New York, 1838, Matilda Davis; born N.S., 1821; 
died Brooklyn, N.Y., January 24, 1878. 

Issue : 

328. i. Joseph Doggett," born New Yorlj, January 29, 1839. 

329. ii. Maria Doggett," born 1842; married Peter Folk, "sash and blind 

maker ; " issue : Peter Augustus Folk and William Folk ; resides 
Brooklyn, N.Y. (1883). 

330. iii. ScsAN Doggett," died in infancy. 

331. iv. Emily Doggett," died in infancy. 

332. V. LuciNDA Doggett," married, 1st, Leander Woodhull ; married, 2d, 

Levere Clark ; issue : Josie Woodhull. 


William Doggett, wheu a boj', was indentured to a "currier" to 
learn the trade. 

328. Joseph Doggett' {William,^ Joseph^), born New York, 
January 29, 1839 ; resides 181 N. Seventh street, Brooklyn, N.Y. 
(1883); married August 14, 1864, Sarah Jane DeWolf; born 
August 16, 1848. 

Issue : 
333. i. William Benjamin Doggett,'' born October 22, 1865; resides 741 
Dorchester avenue, Boston (1892). 
ii. Joseph Doggett,'' born September 14, 1867; died February 19, 1875. 
iii. Sarah Makia Doggett,'' born Marcti 31, 1869 ; died August 31, 1870. 
iv. Oliver Hoyt Doggett,'' born December 19, 1870; died December 

22, 1871. 
V. Edgar Doggett,* born August 29, 1872; died June 25, 1873. 
vi. Charles Henry Doggett,'' born February 6, 1875. 
vii. George Hollis Doggett,'' born August 1, 1879. 
viii. Seaman Garfield Doggett,'' born August 15, 1881. 
ix. Martha Washington Doggett,'' born February 22, 1883 ; died Feb- 
ruary 28, 1883. 


Issue : 

342. i. William Doggett,' head park ranger to Lord Clarendon, Grove 

Parli, Watford, Herts. ; died 1815. 

343. ii. Daniel Doggett.' 
844. iii. RnBEN Doggett.' 

345. iv. Jonathan Doggett.' 

346. V. John Doggett' left England for Salt Lake City, U.S. No further re- 


347. vi. Thomas Abendigo Doggett,' born Penmans Green, Herts., 1795. 

347. Thomas Abendigo Doggett,' born Penmans Green, Herts., 
1795 ; died 1869 ; married. 
Issue : 3 sons, 2 daughters. 

348. i. William Doggett.' 

349. il. Frederick Doggett,- manager of the leather manufactory of Mr. 

Margetson, of Berraondsey. 

350. iii. Montague Doggett.' 

351. iv. Doggett,' born Rickemansworth ; one daughter lives there. 

352. V. Daughter Doggett,' died. 

Thomas A. Doggett was first dog-boy to Lord Essex, Cassiobury 
Park, Herts., from whence he was employed under his brother "William, 
who was head park ranger to Lord Clarendon, Grove Park, Watford. 
Here he remained until he was fourteen years old, when he was ap- 
prenticed to a carpenter and joiner, with whom he remained six 


At this time, 1815, he became head park ranger to Lord Claren- 
don, taking the position made vacant by the death of his elder brother. 

On the death of Lord Clarendon he resigned his position, and fol- 
lowed his trade as carpenter to Lord Ebery, Moor Park, Rickemans- 
worth, Herts., in which occupation he remained until his death in 1869. 

348. William Doggett ' {TJio^nas A.^) resides London; married. 
Issue : 

353. i. Frederick William Doggett.' 

354. ii. George Woodbkidge Doggett.' 

355. iii. William Harry Doggett.' 

356. It. Montague Doggett.' 

357. T. Daughter Doggett.^ 

358. vi. Daughter Doggett.' 

William Doggett began his life as dog-boy under his father, and 
then went into the stables of Mr. Peter Chutterbuck, New House, 

On June 20, 1842, he walked to London and engaged himself as 
groom to the family of Mrs. Margetson, of Peckham Rye. 

From there he soon went into the sei"vice of her son, a Bermondsey 
leather manufacturer, and at his suggestion, in 1850, Mr. Doggett 
established himself as a leather stripper and manufacturer on 
Baalzephon, now Weston street. 

The great success which has attended his efforts and the respect in 
which he is held may be seen by an article which appeared in the 
" Leather Trades Review " regarding the completion of his new ware- 
house, in 1878. 

As an illustration of the manner in which individual energy and 
enterprise may affect the character and prospects of an entire industry, 
•the business of Mr. Doggett is referred to, as almost wholly 
monopolizing the business of stripping, which formerly occupied 
several small establishments. Mr. Doggett is mentioned as one of 
the best known and respected members of the metropolitan leather 

The success achieved by him is the more remarkable and en- 
couraging by reason of the same having been self -acquired. Nothing 
is impossible to those who possess strong wills. 

The building just completed (1878) stands as a monument to his 
indomitable skill and energy. 



359. John Doggett,' bora (Hertfordshire?); "Builder of St. 
Albans, Herts. ;" married. 

Issue : 

360. i. Thomas Doggett. = 

361. ii. Ann Doggett.- 

362. iii. John Doggett.' 

363. iv. Joseph Doggett. - 

360. Thomas Doggett- (John^). 
Issue : 

364. i. Joseph Robert Doggett,^ born London, Eng., April, 1817. 

364. Joseph Robert Doggett^ {Thomas, * John '), born London, 
Eng., April, 1817 ; married London, Eng., 1836, Amy Dennett. 
Issue : 

365. i. Dinah Mart Ann Doggett,* born London, Eng., 1836; married 

London, Eng., James Wealleans ; issue, 10 children; resides New 
Zealand (1884). 

366. ii. Robert Doggett,* born London, Eng., 1838; died 1841. 

367. iii. YoDNG Doggett,* born London, Eng., 1840. 

368. ir. Elizabeth Caroline Doggett,* born London, Eng., 1843; married 

London, Henry Cook ; issue, 4 children ; resides Leddescomb, Sussex. 

369. V. Thomas James Doggett,* born London, Eng., 1846; "Tin Plate 

Worker," 4 Church lane, Islington, London (1884). 

370. vl. Robert Joseph Doggett,* born London, Eng., 1848 ; died London, 

Eng., 1852. 

371. vii. Harry Doggett,* born London, Eng., 1852. 

372. viii. Amy Doggett,* born London, Eng., 1853. 

367. Young Doggett* (Joseph Bobert,^ Thomas,^ John ^), born 
London, Eng., 1840; man-ied London, Eng., Rosa May; she died 
before 1884. 

Issue : 

373. i. Ajiy Doggett.* 

374. ii. Rosa Doggett.* 

371. Habry Doggett* (Joseph Robert,' Thomas," John^), born 
London, Eng., 1852; married London, Eng., EmOy Basset. 

372. Ainr Doggett* (Joseph Bobert,' Thomas,^ John^), born 
London, Eng., 1853 ; married London, Eng., Edwin Mackenzie. 

Issue : 
377. i. Edwin Mackenzie.* 



Issue : 

378. i. George Doggett.' 

379. ii. Edgar Doggett • was librarian and secretary to Lord Holland, Holland 

House, Kensington, Eng. 

378. George Doggett.' 
Issue : 

380. i. Frederick E. Doggett.- 

380. Frederick E. Doggett" {George'), removed to America 
between 1872 and 1874 ; resides New York city ; married Liverpool, 
Eng., May 10, 1857, Sarah Anu Hilton; resides 1311 Castle avenue, 
Philadelphia, Pa. (1887). 

Issue : 

381. i. Frederick "William Ernest Doggett,^ born Great Malvern, Worces- 

tershire, Eng., March 11, 1858; of Doggett Bros., New York; re- 
sides Brooklyn, N.Y. (1889). 

382. ii. Madeline Jane Doggett,^ born Dublin, Ire., July 22, 1859; resides 

Philadelphia, Pa. (1889). 

383. iii. Sidney Herbert Doggett,^ born St. Pancras, London, Eng., Sep- 

tember 20, 1861. 

384. iv. Amy Elizabeth Doggett,^ born Hammersmith, Middlesex, Eng., 

November 19, 1863. 

385. V. Hilton John Doggett,^ born Hammersmith, Middlesex, Eng., De- 

cember 14, 1865; of Doggett Bros., New York; resides Brooklyn, 
N.Y. (1889). 

386. vi. Evelyn Doggett,^ born Hammersmith, Middlesex, Eng., January 4, 


387. vii. Stanley Doggett,^ born Hammersmith, Middlesex, Eng., January 24, 


388. viii. Gertrude Octavia Doggett,^ born Hammersmith, Middlesex, Eng., 

April 13, 1872. 

389. ix. Reginald Louis Scott Doggett,^ born Hoboken, N.J., June 14, 


390. X. George Henry Doggett,^ born Brooklyn, N.Y., July 25, 1877. 

384. Amy Elizabeth Doggett^ (Frederick E.," George'), born 
Hammersmith, Middlesex, Eng., November 19, 1863; resides 
1618 So. Carlisle sti-eet, Philadelphia, Pa. (1889) ; married Phila- 
delphia, Pa., September 18, 1888, by Rev. Henry R. Percival, to J. 
Frank Peterson, son of John Henry and Mary Nixon [Cline] Peter- 
son, born Philadelphia, Pa., June 15, 1866. 



391. William Daggett,' man-ied in Higtoashire a daughter of 
Capt. John Gumming, of the Eoyal Navy. 
Issue : 

392. i. Robert Daggatt.- 

393. ii. George Daggatt,' born 1809; " minister." 

William Daggett, who also called his name Daggatt, was a lieutenant 
iu the navy. He w:is on board the "Royal George," Admiral Kem- 
penfeldt being iirst cousin to his father, and while he was sent on 
shore to the library, the ship was lost, and about eight hundred persons 
drowned. His likeness set in gold is in the possession of his descend- 

On his return from the West Indies he found his effects had been 
administered upon, as his mother had heard that he had died there of 
yellow fever. 

On his marriage he left the navy, and commenced cotton spinning, 
at Manchester, in 1810. 

He had two half-sisters, one of whom married a Powell. About 
1800 this lamily of Powell took the name of Daggett, and went to 
America — New York, it is reported. 

It is said that William Daggett changed the spelling of his name to 
Daggatt, because it rhymed : 

" Two A's, two T's, two G's^ and a D, 
Put them together and spell them for me." 

393. Robert Daggatt' (William'), educated as a minister in 
the Scottish church ; died Hulme, Manchester, Eng. ; married. 
Issue : 

394. i. William Gumming Daggatt^ called his name Daggett; married and 

died before 1885. 

395. ii. Charles Henry Douglas Daggatt,^ captain and quartermaster Her 

Majesty's Auxiliary Forces, Old Trafford, Manchester (1885). 

396. George Daggitt;' married. 
Issue : 

397. i. George Daggitt," born Whitcorab, Yorkshire, Eng. 

398. ii. John Daggitt,'-' born Whitcomb, Yorlishire, Eng. 


397. George Daggitt- (George^), born WMtcomb, Yorkshire, 
England; came to America 1815 ; died New York city, 1840; mar- 
ried England, Elizabeth Moody ; born Nottingham, Eng. ; died New 
York city, September 19, 1860. 

Issue : Seven children. 

399. i. Sarah Eltzabeth Daggitt,^ married Samuel Burhaus, Jr., 37 Maiden 

lane.N.Y. (1883). 

400. ii. Son Daggitt, married and liad John Daggitt, who resides Bay 

Sliore, L.r. (1883). 

George Daggitt and his wife and brother John Daggitt arrived in 
America from England in 1815. 

The vessel they sailed in, was wrecked in the Bay of Fundy, and 
they were taken fi-om the wreck and brought to New York city. 

398. John Daggitt- (George^), born Whitcomb, Yorkshire, 
Eng.; came to America 1815; called his name Daggett; died New 
Jersey; married. 

John Daggett, after residing many years in New York, retii-ed from 
business and bought a farm in New Jersey. 


401. William Doggett,' lived in Long Stanton; married. 
Issue : 

402. i. William Doggett. " 

403. ii. John Doggett,^ married and had two sons. 

402. William Doggett" (Willkmi^), married. 
Issue : 

404. i. John W. Doggett,^ born Long Stanton; "farmer," Grange Farm, 

near Cambridge, also one at Lolworth. 

405. ii. Son Doggett,^ resides Long Stanton (18S0). 

406. iii. Daughter Doggett,' died 1880. 



407. 1076, Raymond Ddket. 

■408. 1119, Herbert Ddchet, or Doket, St. Albans Abbey. 

409. 1200, The Dogets were vintuers down to the early part of 
the thii'teenth century. (City Press, July 11, 1868.) The Doggetts 
seem to have been opulent vintners in Loudon. (London and Lon- 
don Life, 1276-1419.) 

410. 1206, Amecia Ducet. 

411. 1219, John Doget, of Hutton. (In the Dodswork MS., 
27, the same name appears as Doliet, Doget, Duket, Docket. In 
MS. 112 Dod. (copies of tlie Testa de Nevil), the same orthography 
is repeated. 

412. 1228, Robert Dogget granted lands by fine to the prior of 
Westacre in Appleton. 

413. 1250, John, son of Reginald de Inglose, quitclaimed land 
in Lodne, formerly Dogget's, to the Abbot of Langley. 

414. 1278, Richard Doget, of Lineohishire. 

415. 1281-~^ Nicholas Duchet, of Hainston, Lincolnshire, under 
1311, >■ the orthography of Tuchet or Tuschet, was siim- 

3 moned 9 Edw" 1*' to answer certain questions. 

416. 1283, Simon Doget, also Dokett. 

417. 1288, Petr' Doget, de corf pro Priore de Warham "Whyte 
veye terr' &e. 16 Edw" 1=' Dorset (Calendarium Inquisition Post 
Mortem sive Escaetarum, Vol. I., No. 46, page 97). 

418. 1291, John Doget, of East Barnet, Herts., an inhabitant 
with small assessment. 

419. 1291, Peter Doget and wife Margery, land in Sussex. 

420. 1294, Adam Doget had a house at Winchester. 

421. 1295, John Doget. 

422. 1296, RoGERUs Doget, 24 Edward 1", Hildresham, maner 


extent, Cantabri, Boterwyk, maner extent, Lincoln ; Estboterwyk, 
extent teiT. and Lincoln. [Cal. Inq., No. 43, page 128.] 

423. 1297, RoBERTDS DoGET e< Alicia. [Vol. 1, F 18, p. 49, 
Harleiau Charters, MS. B.M.] 

424. 1297, Robert Doget, a baker, of Walliugford, assessed to 
taxes there. 

435. 130.5, Robert Dogett, and Alice, his wife, held here (Roch- 
ford Hundred Essex) 1 messuage and 26 acres of arable land, pur- 
chased by (426) Beatrix Dogett, and 60 acres purchased by John 
Rocheford. [Hist, and Antiquities of Essex, 1768.] 

427. 1305, RoBERTUs Doget ef Alicia, uxor ejus Rocheford unum 
messuag' & iiij-xx acrterr & 20 territm de Reileghbaronia, Essex, 33 
Edward 1='. [Cal. Inq., No. 199, page 203.] 

428. 1305, Doggett or Doccet is a reputed manor, and was 
holden by an ancient family of that name in 1305 ; belonged to the 
Earl of Warwick in 1619 ; belongs now to Hon. W. T. S. P. Welles- 
ley. [Hist. Essex, London, 1836, page 593, Vol. II.] 

429. 1307, Robert Doket, held land at Ampthill, Beds. 

430. 1313, I Richard Dogget, vicar of Hardley, Norfollt. [25 
1370, I Edward III.] 

431. 1321, William Doget. 

432. 1334, Robert Dagget, rector of Gillingham, was presented 
to the living, by Thomas de Brotherton, Earl of Norfolk. 

433. 1340, Adam Doget held land in Essex. 

434. 1342, William Doget [16 Edward III.]. 

435. 1346, Galfrus Doget [19 Edward III.], Bulenore in Insula 
Vectis 60 acr'terr, &c., ut de honore castri de Caresbrok, Southton. 
(Cal. Inq., No. 12, page 122, Vol. II.) 

436. 1354, Margareta fil et heres Galfridi Doget (437) 
Bolenore 40 acr'terr, &c., ut de honore castri de Caresbrok, Southton. 
27 Edward III. [Cal. Inq., No. 42, page 182, Vol. II.] 

438. 1357, Stephans Doget [30 Edward III.]. 

439. 1358, Eddo Doget, de Cumberworth, 31 Edward III., Cum- 
berworth 3 acr'terr, &c., Lincoln. [Cal. Inq., No. 20, page 202, 
Vol. II.] 

440. 1370, Su- John Doget changed lauds in Morniugthorp 
with John Martyn, for Hoxne. 

441. 1371, Richard Dcket, of Norfolk. 

442. 1372, Richard Doget, late Vicar of Hardale, patron of 

443. 1392, John Doget, on inquisition mentioned as holding 
land at Herts. 

444. 1395, John Doget, of Dover, grants lands at Hythe to St. 
Bartholomew Hospital, London. 


445. 1399, John Doget, his heirs aud assigns, is granted mes- 
sauges at Snettesham by Sir William Flete, Knight, on Wednesday 
after Feast of St. Peter. 

446. 1399, William Ducket. 

447. 1400, Makjiadcke Duket. 

448. 1400, Thomas Dogget, Eector, Lawford Rectory. 

449. 1406, Rad Doget, 7 Henry IV. 

450. 1417, RiCHABD Ddket. 

451. 1417, Richard Doket, Norfolk. 

453. 1428, Richard Doket, named in Close Rolls. 

453. 1429, Richard Doket. 

454. 1430, Richard Doget, 8 Henry VI. 

455. 1433, May 9, will of John Doget, of Coddicott, Herts., 
wife Joan, son (456) John, no probate (Stoneham Arch, St. 
Albans, 24). 

457. 1450, Alice Dogett. 

458. 1450, February 22, Richard Doket, 28 Henry VI. 

459. 1453, Richard Doget, 31 Henry VI. 

460. 1459, Richard Doket. 

461. 1459, Henry Duket. 

462. 1464, John Doggett, of AshUl. 

463. 1467, July 22, Andrew Dokett, A.M., collated in Lich- 
field. 1470, exchanged it for the chancellorship. [Brown Willis, 
Survey of Cathedrals, 1742, Vol. I., page 457.] 

464. 1469, Henry Doget. [Harleian Charters, MS. B. M., 
Vol. III., p. 233.] 

465. 1469, John Dockett. 

466. 1470, Andrew Doket or Dricket, first master of Queen's 
College, Cambridge ; was admitted about 1470 ; chancellor of Lich- 
field, and resigned July 6, 1476. [Brown Willis, Survey of Cathe- 
drals, 1742, Vol. I., page 437.] 

467. 1488, John Dokett. 

468. 1492, I William Dogett, Mayor of Bristol, Eng. (Entry 
1494, 3 from account book of Co. of Tuckers.) 

469. 1496, Thomas Dogget, Rector of Burnham, buried in 
Norwich Cathedral. 

470. 1509, John Doget, Sheriff of London. (Allen's Hist. 
London, Vol. II., page 265.) Was also alderman of London, and 
owned a tomb [1509] in the church of St. John the Evangelist. 

471. 1511, r John Doggett, Senr. 

472. 1515, ■< John Doggett, Jr. [Somerset House, " Fcti- 

L place."] 

473. 1515, Margery Dogget, widow, tombstone in Norwich 


474. 1515, John Dogget, buried by St. Barbara's Altar, Nor- 
wich Cathedral, 

475. 1522, 1 Joan DoGGETT. [Somerset House, "Bodfelde."] 
1524, j 

476. 1521, I Thomas Doggett, vicar, Claeton Magua. 

477. 1528, Ralph Ducket. 

478. 1529, Richard Doggett, East Winch, will [Norwich]. 

479. 1532, Anthony Dogett, vicar of Totham Magna. 

480. 1535, William Ddckett. 

481. 1545. May 30, Thomas Dyrgatt, buried, St. Diouis Back- 
church, London. 

482. 1555, Margaret Doggett, Horning, widow, will. [Consist- 
ory of Norwich.] 

483. 1556, Elizabeth Doggett, Wormegay, widow, will. [Con- 
sistory of Norwich.] 

484. 1556, Hakewell Docettes, alias Dogettys. 

485. 1557, j July 26, Jaiviys Docket, son of Dr. Peter Docket, 

486. 1 christened at St. Dionis Backchurch. 

487. 1558, Robert Doggett, held lauds at Albany, Herts. 

488. 1559, Edmund Doggett, Wormegay, will. [Consistory of 

489. 1561, Doggett married a Wade, of Bildeston (about then). 

490. " " Goswold 

491. " " Stubbey 

492. 1561, Robert Gosnell, of Otley, Esq., married, 2d, Anne 
Bacon, daughter of Richard Doggett, and had no issue. [Visitation 
of Suffolk, Harleiau Col.] 

493. 1561, July 9, William Doggett, of Moruingthorpe, adm., 
granted on his estate to Rose Doggett the relict. [Cousis. Court of 

494. 1564, Thomas Doggett married Joan Hext, daughter of 
John and Elizabeth, and hen- of P. Colswell, of Exeter. [Visitation 
of Devonshire, Guildhall Library.] 

495. 1572, February 22, John Doggett, sou of Thomas, bapt. 
Harleston, Norfollc. 

496. 1573, January 27, John Doggett, of Strattou, Strawless, 
adm., granted to Alice Doggett, relict. [Consistory of Norwich.] 

497. 1574, July 4, Christopher Docket and Esbell Flecher, 
widow, married Waltham, Holy Cross. 

498. 1576, March 17, Thomas Doggett, son of Richard, bapt. 
Harleston, Norfolk. 

499. 1576, September 4, Marie Doget and Edwarde Lewes 
married at St. Mary's, Aldermay, London. [Harleian Society.] 


500. 1576, June 18, Anna Dogett married Simoud Pollinge, 
bachelor, Grotou, Suffolk. 

501. 157|, February 19, William Docet, of Crichurch, married 
Joane Eeade, of paiisli of St. Diouis Baekchurch. 

502. 1579, June 7, Robert Doggett, sou of Richard, bapt. Har- 
leston, Norfolk. 

503. 1583, April 28, Francis Doggett, sou of Bryan, bapt. Har 
lestou, Norfolk. 

504. 1585, January 2, William Doggett, son of Richard, bapt. 
Harlestou, Norfolk. 

505. 1585, October 10, William Doggett, son of Bryan, bapt. 
Harleston, Norfolk. 

506. 1587, John Ducket. 

507. 1588, James Duckett. 

508. 1588, February 9, John Doggett, sou of Bryan, bapt. 
Harleston, Norfolk. 

509. 1590, John Doggett, of Albany, Herts., held lands there, 
next to those of (510) William Doggett. 

511. 1600 (about), William Doggett, of Ipswich, married Aune, 
daughter of Geoffrey and Anne Langley, of Colchester. 

512. 1603, December 15, Francis Doggett, buried Harleston, 

513. 1604, Francis Doggett, Harleston, will. [Consistory of 

514. 1613, John Doggett, Harlestou, will. [Consistory of 

515. 1615, April 24, Bridget Doggett, of St. Duustau, West 

London, daughter of Doggett, deceased, and Nathaniel Court, 

of same, cloth worker, at St. Dunstau, aforesaid. [Loudon Marriage 

516. 1617, August 24, William Doggett, buried Bungay, Suf- 

517. 1621, Andrew Doggett, East Dereham, will. [Consistory 
of Norfolk.] 

518. 1625, Assessed to the Subsidy in Hadleigh, 22 James I., 
AvicE Dogett, for Lauds inj' xoj, Woodkeeke St. 

519. 1626, Thomas Doggett, gent., lauds Woodkeeke St. iij xij. 
[Davy's Suff. Coll., Vol. 51.] 

520. 1631, September 4, Richard Doggett married Auue Dod- 
soune, Bungay, Suffolk. 

521. 1632, November 11, Anne Doggett, daughter of Richard 
& Anne, bapt. Bungay, Suffolk. 

522. 1638, John Doggett, of Herts., deceased, adm. granted to 
Susanna Doggett, his wife. 


523. 1640, August 7, Maeie Doggett, daughter of Eichard & 
Anne, bapt. Bungay, Suffolk. 

524. 1640, I William Doggett, of Claptonswick, Somerset, At- 
1641, j taehment degree. [Calendar of State Papers B.M.] 

525. 1652, December 6, Joseph, sou of Thomas Doggett, and 
Anne his wife, christened at St. Michael's, Cornhill, London. [Harleian 

526. 1657, November 10, Asce Doged, spinster, of St. Peters, 
Cornhill, London, married Beiamen Spooner, butcher, of Dedford. 
[Harleian Society.] 

527. 1658, John Doggett, Registrar of Sudbury, Suffolk. 

528. 1662, August 18, Avis Doggett, spinster, 19, daughter of 
William Doggett, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, Middlesex, gent., who 
consents at Stepney, and John Williams of Stepney, Middlesex, 
bachelor, 22. [London Marriage Licenses, 1521-1869.] 

529. 1662, September 24, Susan Doggett, spinster, 23, daughter 
of William Doggett, of St. Mary, Whitechapel, gent., who consents at 
Stepney or Whitechapel, aforesaid, and John Spering, of Stepney, 
Middlesex, bachelor, 24. [London Marriage Licenses.] 

530. 1665, I Nathaniel Doggett, of the Reserve, begs payment 
1666, J of freight money. [Calendar of State Papers B.M.] 

531. 1666, October 25, Elizabeth Doggett, of St. Giles, Crip- 
plegate, spinster, about 25, her parents dead, and Robert Smith, of 
WooUidge, Kent., gent, bachelor, about 30 years, at St. Giles, 
Cripplegate, All Hallows in the wall or St. Clement Danes. [London 
Marriage Licenses.] 

532. 1670, Katherine Doggett, Redeuhall, will. (Consistory 
of Norwich.) 

533. 1672, April 16, Richard Dogett, bachelor, and Judith 
Roberts, maiden, marriage license at Worcester, to be married at 

534. 1677, John Doggett, merchant of London, Pountuey Hill. 
[1st London Dii-ectory of Merchants.] 

535. 1679, Hester Doggett, Harleston, will. (Consistory of 

536. 1679, Alice Doggett, Harleston, will. (Consistory of 

537. 1679, November 27, Joseph Doggett, University College, 
M.A. [Oxford Graduates.] 

Was sou of Thomas, of Leighton Buzzard, Beds. Matriculated 
5 May, 1673, aged 18. B.A. 15 February, 1676-7. Vicar of Wol- 
verton Berks, 1684. 

538. 1679, John Dogatt, of Clapton, will proved at Wells. 
[Epis. Consistory Coui-t.] 


539. 1686, John Dogatt, of Clevedou, Tvill proved at Wells. 
[Epis. Consistory Court.] 

54:0. 1687, EicHAKD DoGGETT, Harlestou, ^ill. [Cousistor}' of 

541. 1689, Elizabetha Doggett, of Bedford. [Drs. Commons, 

542. 1695, John Doggett, of Loudon. [Adms. Drs. Commons.] 

543. 1695, June 12, Robert Doggett, of Hockliffe, Bedford, 
bachelor, deceased. [Adms. Drs. Commons.] 

544. 1695, June 12, John Doggett, of Hockliffe, Bedford, 
bachelor, deceased, adm. granted to brother (545) Thomas Doggett. 
[Adms. Drs. Commons, London.] 

546. 1700, Bridgett Dogett, of Clevedou, will proved at Wells. 
[Epis. Consistory Com-t.] 

547. 1702, William Doggett, Sudbury. [Suffolk Poll.] 

548. 1710, August 6, Robert Dogitt, Hu-iugham, Suffolk, 
yeoman and ^vidower, and Elizabeth Nicolls, of Brandish, widow, 
marriage license to be married at Stradbroke ; Robert Norman, bonds- 

549. 1714, May 24, Anne Doggett, buried Bungay, Suffolk. 

550. 1716, December 27, Margaret Doggett, of Stoke Ash, 
single, age 21, and Hem-y Houchiu, yeomau, Gislingham, aged 22, 
license to be married at Stoke Ash or Gislingham; Benjamin 
Doggett, of Gislingham, bondsman. 

551. 1720, December 30, Ann Doggett, of ye towue, spinster, 
buried Waltham, Holy Cross. 

552. 1720, Richard Doggett, Albui-gh, wUl. [Consistory of 

553. 1727, Elizabeth Dagget, single, aud Edward Dove, 
bachelor, both of St. Margaret's, Westminster, married. [Harleian 

554. 1730, August 17, Elizabeth Doggett, bui'ied Waltham, 
Holy Cross. 

555. 1731, Jvdy 14, Ltdia, daughter of Thomas Doggett, bapt. 
at Waltham, Holy Cross. 

556. 1734, December 19, William Dogget, of Waltham, Holy 
Cross, bui-ied. 

557. 1734, December 22, Thomas, sou of Thomas Dogget, of 
Waltham, Holy Cross, buried. 

558. 1737, July 17, Hannah Doggett buried at Clevedou. 

559. 1737, September 23, Mr. Dogget, Senior, of Waltham 
Cross, buried. 

560. 1740, October 14, Hannah Doggett, of Bedingham, Nor- 
folk, single, married there to Samuel Crisp, of Frossington, Suffolk. 


561. 174|^, February 22, Mart Doggett, buried at Clevedou. 

562. 1753, Thojias Doggett, Buuwell, will. [Cousistory of 

563. 1764, Thomas Doggett, Roydon, will. [Consistorj^ of 

564. 1768, I Benjamin Doggett, of Battersea. [Poll of the 
1776, J livery of the City of London for four citizens to 

represent the city in Parliament.] 

565. 1772, April 10, James Doggett and Mary Miriam Dean 
married at Clevedou. 

566. 1775, August 21, Ann Dogget and Thomas Howcroft. 
License at St. George, Hanover square, London. [Harleian 

567. 1776, June 19, Elizabeth Doggett, married Winfarthiug, 
Norfolk, to Arch. Rowing, of Tibenham. 

568. 1779, October 26, Deborah Doggett, married Winfarth- 
iug, Norfolk, to W. Betts, of Old Buckenham. 

569. 1784, James Doggett, of Walcot. [Adms. Wells, Epis. 
Consis. Ct.] 

570. 1785, June 3, Hannah, wife of J. Doggett, buried Win- 
farthing, Norfolk. 

571. 1792, April 25, Sakah Doggett, married Winfarthing, Nor- 
folk, to Anthony Freestone of St. Margaret, S. Elmham. 

572. 1795, April 10, Richard Doggett, of Diss, married man, 
buried Winfarthing, Norfolk. 

573. 1798, November 17, Elizabeth Doggett, of Diss, widow, 
buried Winfarthing, Norfolk. 

574:. 1802, January 24, Miriam Doggett, buried at Clevedon. 

575. 1803, March 20, Thomas Daggett, of Hunton, died, aged 
50 years, buried Pickhill, Yorkshire. 

576. 1807, April 28, William Doggett, buried at Clevedou. 

577. 1811, October 24, William Doggett, from Tickerham, 
buried at Clevedou. 

578. 1819, June 2, John Doggett, gent., of Meudham, Suffolk, 
died. [Davy's Suf. Collections.] 

579. 1822, August 27, Elizabeth Doggett, of Winfarthing 
Park, age 32 years, buried Winfarthing, Norfolk. 

580. 1857, June 10, Thomas Doggett, died, aged 69. 

581. 1873, May 16, Ann Doggett, died. [Buried in Highgate 
Cem., London, lot of George Hindes Smith, Ave. House, Stamford 
Hill, London.] 

582. The Staffordshu-e Assize Roll of 56 Henry III. (1272) is 
beaded "Placita de juratis et assisis apud Lichefeld in Comitatu 


Stafford in Crastino Sauctae Triuitatis, coram R. de Hengham et 
sociis suis Justiciariis auno regui Regis Henrici filii Regis Johauuis 
L. Sexto." 

The borough of Stafford came by 12 jiu-ymeu and stated that: 
"Respecting prises (de prisis) they say that Roger Doget, the con- 
stable of Certesleye (Chartley) took a doleum of wine from Richard 
Gilbert who was carting wine from the cellars of St. Botolph and 
forced him to carry it to the castle of Certesleye to his own use and 
the value of it was 5 mark of which he paid nothing and they say the 
same Roger takes Prises in the vill of Stafford of bread, meat, fish 
and other things against the will of those to whom the things belong 
and pays nothing for them. The sheriff is ordered to produce him 
before the court." [Coll. for a Hist, of Staflordshne, Eug., by Wm. 
Salt, 1883.] 

583. 1358 [32 Edward 3d] Carta qua Joannes Ponlyn de Whyt- 
toue, concedit Johanni Doget peciam prati in Whytton. Test "Walton 
AVeyland, wid Ringedale, Joh die Halle, et alus. Dat die Merc in 
festo S. Marci Evangel (seal of was attached). [Additional Char- 
ters, Vol. IV., Ext. No. 100-10 B.M.] 

584. John Doggett, born at Sherborne, Dorset, 1425 ; was a 
nephew of Cardinal Bountner. 

Elected from Eaton to King's College, Cambridge, 1451. 1459, 
September 22, being then M.A. and fellow of King's, ordained 
acolyte and sub-deacon, by Gray, Bishop of Ely. 

1460, priest. 

1473, January 22, prebendary of Roxcombe, in church of Sarum. 

1476, prebendary of Bitten in church of Sarum. 

1479, one of the ambassadors to the Pope. 

1480, in commission to king of Denmark. 
1483, chaplain to Richard III. 

1494, master of Trinity College, Arundel. 

1499, provost of King's College, Cambridge. 

1501, died; buried in Salisbury Cathedral. 

[Cooper's Athenae Cantabrigiensis, Vol. I., 4, 520.] 

He was archdeacon of Chester, an author, an early Greek scholar. 

1488, February 13, chancellor of Lichfield. John Doggett, LL.D., 
died about April, 1501, and was buried in Salisbury Cathedral, of 
which he was canon, as also prebendary of Lincoln, and treasurer 
of Chichester. [Brown Willis, Survey of Cathedrals, 1742, Vol. I., 
page 407.] 

585. The will of Richard Dogett, of Mendham : To be buried 
in the cemetery of All Saints church in Mendham ; to high 


altar of same church 6s 8d ; to the Prior of Meudham 6s. 8d. ; 
to the Sub Prior of do. 20d; to Domiuus Johu Cryston 20d; to 
each of the leper houses of Duuwich, 4d ; of Beccles 4d ; of 
Norwich 4d ; of Eye 4d. ; to making new candelabra in Mend- 
ham church 40s. ; each godchild 12d ; Katherine Dogett, wife, 
Thomas Dogett, son, Bobert Dogett, sou, executors and residuary 
legatees. Dated G March, 1451. Proved 11 March, 1451. [Nor- 
wich Consistory Registry, " Aleyu," fo. 109.] 

586. May 24, 1469 [9 Edw. IV.] . Carta qua Reginaldus Grey, 
Domiuus de Wilton super "Wyam in com Hereford et Tacina unor sua 
per consensum Joauuis Grey, filue sui, couceduut Rogero Hebbes de 
Feny Stratford [Bucks]. Joanni Doget de Etoue, "William Danyelle 
et Alianore, uxori ejus messuagium et twra in Vill'' de Etoue [Co 
Hereford] reddend, ude annuatine sexdecim sol. Test Edw* Grey, 
Arm, Rog Etone, Clerico, Will Jakeman et alus (three seals of 
wax attached). [Additional Charters, Vol. IV., Ext. 8128 B.M.] 

587. The will of Robert Dogget, of Beccles : To be buried 
in church of S'. Michael the Archangel of Beccles ; to high 
altar there 3s. 4d. ; to chapel of S'. Peter of Beccles 12d; to 
repair- of the great bridge there 3s 4d ; to guild of S*. Michael 
of Beccles 6s Sd; Agnes Dogget, wife; John Ablerd, Webster, 
Roger Boton, Beccles, Executors; a ti-entall of St. Gregory to be 
sung for his soul; messuage in Northgate mentioned; Guild of 
S'. Peter of Beccles ; repair of the church at Beccles ; to the poor of 
Beccles ; John Dogget, son ; messuages in Gelyngham & Whetacre- 
biu'gh ; Emma, servant ; Richard Cidenier & Isabel his wife ; Johu 
Dogget, my brother. Dated 20 Nov., 1473. Proved 9 Dec, 1473. 
[Consistory Registry, Norwich, "Hubert," 23.] 

588. The will of John Dokett, of Aspall : To be buried in 
church of Aspall; high altar of Aspall 20d ; of Werlynworth 12d; 
of Abynton 8d; of Debenham 12d; a torch for AspaU 3s 4d; 
a trentall to be sung at Aspall church 10s ; wife £8 and the tene- 
ment that was hers before marriage; my five children 40s each; 
son Robert; child my wife is with; Chrystyou, daughter; John, 
the elder, my sou ; John, the younger, my sou ; Agues, daughter ; 
Robert Colman & John, the elder, my son. Executors. Dated 15 
Oct., 1492. Proved 1 July, 1493. [Consistory Registry, Norwich, 
"Woolmau," 168.] 

589. The will of John Doggett, of Beccles : Soul to Almighty 
God, and our lady Saint Mary, and all the saints of heaven ; body to 
be luiried in chm-chyard of Burgh, in Norfolk, " by syde ' 


to high Alter xii'' ; to Repaeons of sd church xii" ; I will have Saiut 
Gregory's Treutall sung for me as shortly as may be ; to Elyn, my 
wieffe, my place at Beccles, and my place at Burgh, aud all house- 
hold StufEe, and she to be Executrix. (No other names mentioned of 
children or relations.) Dated 10 Marcl), 1499. Proved at Beccles, 
22 April, 1501. [Ipswich Probate.] 

590. The will of Robekt Doget, of Wynfield : To be buried in 
churchyard of St. Andrew, in "\Yynfield ; to high altar 20d ; Robert 
Gierke, my godson, my tenement. Executor ; said Robert to sing two 
trentalls, iu Wynfield church ; to the Grey Friars of Donwiche ; legacy 
towards making an image of S'. Margaret, a yard long. At the south 
end of St. John's aisle an " yeryn candlestyk; " my yerthday to be 
kept. Sii" Robert Bryche, of Winfield, Lewys Bradley, Sir Richard 
Fresynfeld, & others, witnesses. Dated January, 1500. Proved 2 
March, 1500. [Consistory Registry, Norwich, " Cage," 228.] 

591. The will of Robert Dokett, of Wavlyngworth (Doggett 
iu Index) : Soul to God, &c. ; body to be buried in Church of our 
Lady, at Warlynworth, before the " perelos " of theTriuite; I be- 
queath my best beeste for my mortuarye ; to High Altar of sd church 
for tythes, forgotten or not trulie payd, iii'iiij''; to High Altar of 
Church of St. Peter, of Alyugtou, iii' iiij'^ ; to the mother Church of 
Norwich iii' iiij"^ ; to the Guild of the Trinite, in Warlyngworth, v 
marks ; to Repaeons of said Church of Warlyngworth vi' viij"* ; to 
Elizabeth, my oldest daughter, to hir mariage s" ; to Anne, my Second 
daughter, to hir marriage x" ; to Margarett, my youngest daughter, to 
hir mariage x" ; to Alys, my wife, her jointure ; also, Alyngton Close 
for her life ; Thomas, my eldest sou, to have other houses aud lands, 
plows, cart horses, & harness ; if Thomas die without issue, all to 
go to daughters and their heires ; Alys, wife, & Thomas, sou. Execu- 
tors. Dated 15 August, 1503. Proved Saxfield, 27 August, 1503. 
[Ipswich Probate.] 

592. The will of Robert Dogett, of Leiston, and late of Theber- 
ton : To be buried in the churchyard of Leiston ; to high altar there 
12d. ; to light before our Lady of Pity 12d. ; to high altar of Theber- 
ton 12d. ; to repair of Theberton church, 2 bushels of wheat aud 3 of 
malt ; a dirge aud mass to be sung for his soul iu Leiston church ; " a 
drynkyng " to be kept ou his burial at Leistou, to comfort the " poure 
people as much as may be borne of my goodes ; " mentions his father's 
will ; soul of my wife to be sung for. Convent of Austiu Friars, iu 
Orford, lands in Theberton aud Westiltou ; Margaret Doget, daughter ; 
my sister Margaret Leeff ; Richard Gararde of Theberton & Thos. 


Walpole of Yoxforth, Executors. Dated 28 Oct., 1513. Proved 25 
Sept., 1526. [Consistory of Norwich, " Griudesburgh," 188.] 

593. The will of Thomas Dogett, of Stradbroke : Soul to God, 
&c. ; body to be buried iu Church yard of Stradbroke ; to High Altar 
for tythes and oblacous negligently forgoteu or w'holdeu xij"; to 
Johan, wife, houses «fc lauds for natural life ; after her death to Eobert, 
son; to William, son, lands at [Stubaoste?] ; Johau all household 
Stuffe & moveables; she Executrix. Dated 29 Aug., 1517. Proved 
Sti-adbroke, 16 Sept., 1517. [Ipswich Probate.] 

594. The will of John Doggett, of "Wingfield, Suffolk : All his 
property to Mary, his wife, who was sole executrix. Dated 22 June, 
1526. Proved 3 July, 1526. [Consistory of Norwich.] 

595. The will of Robert Dogett, of Norwich, "tailor": To 
be buried iu churchyard of S'. Peter, Mancroft, iu Alley ou North 
side of the church near the body of Anne, my wife ; high altar there 
6s. 8d. ; to a mass of Jesus to be celebrated and sung 13s. 4d. ; to 
the light in the lamp hanging before the crucifix in the church there 
3s. 4d. ; to the sepulchre there a taper of wax of 6 lb. ; 30s. in charity 
to be given at my burial; Margaret Dogett, my daughter; Maude, my 
maid; each godchild, 12s.; Beatrice, my uow wife, sole executrix; 
Thomas Conye of Norwich, grocer, supervisor ; witnesses : Thomas 
Cappe, vicar of S'. Stephens, "William Newman, John Gryme, Clerk, 
Robert Roberts, Clerk, John Sewall. Dated 10 Nov., 1541. Proved 
1543 (no day given). [Consistory of Norwich, " Cooke," 232.] 

596. The will of Johx Doggett, of East "Winch, Norfolk : John 
Doggett, son. Executor; "William Doggett, son; Robert Doggett, 
son; left small sums " to repair of church there;" to be buried in 
churchyard there. Dated 20 Dec, 1545. Proved 20 Dec, 1545. 
[Norwich Archdeaconry.] 

597. Will of Robert Ashefield, of Glovalangloste, Suffolk, A.D. 
1550, mentions my brother John Dogett, and two sons of said John 
Dogett which he had by Martha, my sister. [Somerset House, 
Coode, 12.] 

598. The will of John Doggett, of Hingham, Norfolk, leaves 
bequests to the high altar there, the poor there, and to the repau- of 
the church ; Thomasiue, his wife. Sole Executrix ; Dorothy Doggett, 
alias Adkok; William Doggett, alias Adkok, " my bowe and shafts" 
when 20 years of age ; leaves his wife his house which he bought of 
Parson Fox. Dated 17 July, 3d year of Edward VI. [1550]. Proved 
23 Oct., 1550. [Consistory of Norwich.] 


599. The will of Thomas Doggett, of Worliugwortb, Gentlemau : 
To be buried iu the church there ; sous : John Doggett, Thomas 
Doggett, Robert Doggett ; daughters : Elizabeth, Thomasiu ; Jolm 
Harrison, clerk, Elizabeth Burrough, daughter, Thomas Watliug, 
Executors & residuary Legatees. Dated 13 Oct., 6th year of Edward 
VL [1653]. Proved 13 April, 1554. [Consistory of Norwich.] 

600. The will of Robert Dogget, of Stradbroke : Soul to God, 
&c. ; body to church yard of Stradbroke ; to Katheryn, wife, lands, 
&c., in Stradbroke for natural life; then to Arthur, sou, on condition 
that he pays to my other children such sums of money as follows : 
to Thomas, son, V£ ; to Margaret, daughter, 20s. ; to Johan, daughter, 
20s. ; to Dorathye, daughter, 20s. ; to Katheryn, daughter, 40s. ; 
to Agues, daughter, 20s ; after death of wife, daughter Margaret to 
have house in which Margery Pecke, widow, now dwells. Wife and 
John Godbold, Executors. Dated 10 April, 1558. Proved at Strad- 
broke 20 March, 1558. [Ipswich Probate.] 

601. "Will of Thomas Malby, citizen and alderman of Norwich, 
dated 20 Oct., 1558, mentions Margaret, my wife, & Katherine 
Dogett, my sister, dwelling in Shathbroke. [Somerset House, 
Welles, 11.] 

602. Will of William More, of Groton, Suffolk, dated 1 Octo- 
ber, 1565. 8th Elizabeth R. mentions Thomas Lappage my son iu 
law, to whom he gives laud at Boxf ord ; Alice my wife ; and John 
Dogat, Anne Dogat ; if the former attains 21 years to have £5, to latter 
when she marries 40'. Bed and Bedding to Wm Dogatte the younger 
& £5 if he attains 21 years. My son in law Thos Lappage after 
death of his mother to have the order and execution of last will 
and Testament of my brother John Dogete to whom I was executor 
and trustee to children of John Dogete. [Somerset House, Stonerd, 9.] 

603. The will of Robert Dogget, of Mendham, butcher: Soul 
to God, &c. ; body to Church yard at Mendham ; to poor of jMendham 
20"; to poor of Harleston 20''; Johan, wife, tenement lands, 
meadows, Pastures &c at Mendham for natural life, after death to 
Thomas, son, on couditiou he gives to Cycelie & Marie, my daugiiters, 
xx" apiece ; to Robert Doggett, my father, 20' ; residue not mentioued 
to Johan wife towards bringing up of children ; to Stephen Warde my 
wife's father my newe frieze gowne; Johan, wife, & Thomas Doggett, 
brother, executors. Dated 8 Nov., 1580. Proved at Mendham 23 
Dec, 1580. [Ipswich Probate.] 


604. The will of Bryan Doggett, the elder, of Hardwiek : 
Eobert, eldest sou ; Bryau, "William, John, nij^ three other sous ; 
Bryau to have all his Carpeuters tools ; legacies to be paid at the 
house of his brother in law Nicholas Cooke, who was to be Super- 
■visor ; Margaret Doggett his wife Executrix ; Thomas Doggett, 
Butcher, brother; witnesses Richard Person, George Smith. Dated 
16 Jan., 1008. Proved 28 May, 1610. [Norfolk Archdeaconry.] 

605. Administration was granted on the estate of Christopher 
Doggett, of Caister, St. Edmund, 18 Dec, 1608, to Edmund Reimes, 
grandfather on the mother's side, during minority of Susan, Edmund, 
Grace, and Magaret Doggett, chiltli'en of deceased. [Cousistorj' of 

606. Will of Alice Wade, widow, of Bildestou, Suffolk, dated 
19 May, 1610: Buried at Bildestou by side of husbaud. House &c 
in occupation of son in law Edmonde Doggett, I give to Johu, 
Edmund, Nathaniel and Alice Doggett or of them that are 21 years 
of age at time of my death. Also William, Samuel, Edmonde and 
Millos Markes children of my late daughter Alice Doggett by her late 
husband Edmonde Markes. [Somerset House, Weldou, 5.] 

607. The wOl of Thojias Doggett, of Meudham, County Suf- 
folk, made 12 May, 1612 (cordyner) : Leaves to Johan his wife all 
lands and goods in Mendham and makes her sole executrix. She to 
bring up aud educate his childreu, noue of whose names are men- 
tioned. Witnesses of will, Johu Skillet, Christopher Burly, Johu 
Westgate. Proved at Ipswich 10 June, 1612. [Ipswich Probate.] 

608. The uuncupative will of John Doggett, of Mendham, 
yeoman : Leaves all he possessed to Susan, his wife ; mentions no 
other relatives ; witnessed by Johu Sowthes, George Smith, Nat. Gray- 
goose. Dated 7 April, 1613. Proved 30 April, 1613. [Consistory 
of Norwich.] Johu Doggett was liuried Harleston, Norfolk, April 
15, 1613. 

609. The will of John Doggett, of Oxteed (or Orheed) , County 
Surrey, 13 Feb., 1617, proved 1618, wills that he be buried at 
Oxheed, and mentions brother Nicholas ; Johu, sou of Nicholas (above 
named) ; sister Johane, also sister of Nicholas ; Mary Cooper, 
daughter of sister Johane ; children of brother Thomas ; James 
Doggett my brother to be executor and residuary legatee. [Somer- 
set House, Meade, 32.] 

610. Will of Thomas Dogget, of Howmouden, Kent, mentions 
my son Thomas Doggett ; Elizabeth Willard my grandchild ; Mary 


Willard my gi-aDclehild ; my daughter Mary, uot 21 j'ears of age; 
Isabel, my wife; Wm Willard, my sou in law. Dated 2 May, 1621. 
Proved 1621. [Somerset House, Dale, 6-i.] 

611. Will of IsACK DoGGATT, of Buthiugtoii, County Kent, yeo- 
man, 14 Feb. [1623], twentieth year James I., mentions my brother 
Thomas Prowde of Nottington Kent and my sister Mary Prowde, 
his wife ; Thomas Prowde, son of my said brother Thomas ; John 
Prowde, son of my said brother Thomas ; Isack Prowde, son of my 
said brother Thomas, and other sons whose names I know not ; my 
sister Francis Doggat. [Somerset House, Swan, 17.] 

612. The will of Egbert Doggett, of Brokedish (Broekdish), 
Norfolk: His tenements in Brokedish to William Smart and Joan, 
wife of said William; William Smart executor. Dated 19 April, 
1627. Proved 13 Sept., 163.5. [Consistory of Norwich.] 

613. The will of Mart Doggett, of Hockering, single woman, 
is a declaration before Mr. Robert Wickes, Richard Brackenbury, 
and Mary Lion, that she desired her property to go to Philip Sam- 
mon aud Elinor Sammon, of Hockering, her "cozens," and to John 
Scammou, of Hockering, her uncle. Dated 20 July, 1634. Proved 
4 Aug., 1634. [Norfolk Archdeaconry.] 

614. The will of Thomas Doggett, of Bungay, County Suffolk, 
made 29 December, 1637 (Butcher) : To Margarie his wife all his 
goods and sole executrix. No other name mentioned in will or 
whether there were children or not. Witnesses, John Skeltou, 
Richard Doggett. Proved at Bungay 10 Jan., 1637. [Ipswich 

Thomas Doggett had a daughter, Anne Doggett, buried Bungay, 
Suffolk, June 20, 1628. 

615. Will of Richard Mouxgngs, of Stoke, next Hayland, 
Suffolk, date 1638, mentions Susan, my daughter, wife of Benjamin 
Doggett. Proved 1639. [Somerset House, Harvey, 48.] 

616. Will of Elizabeth LeGkis, of Weston, Suffolk, dated 17 
August, 1642 : I give to Sarah my daughter wife of Richard Dogget 
of Hadleigh Suffolk, my house lands &c. situate at Boxford ; three 
children of Richard and Sarah Dogget viz. : Richard, Auig & Eliza- 
beth not 21 years old ; Mary Palmer & Anne Gaunt my daughters : 
Sarah Dogget Executrix. [Somerset House, Fines, 4.] 

617. Will of Francis Doggett, of Eaton, County Bedfordshire, 
yeoman, dated 22 January, 1653, proved 8 May, 1654 : Desires to be 


buried at Eatou ; mentions legacies of £5 each, to brother Thomas 
Doggett aud sister Mary, wife of Eichard Beamout, Brother William, 
of Southmius, Co. Middlesex, Brother John Doggett and sister 
Elizabeth, wife of William Doggett, of Whipsnade, Co. Beds. 
Residue to Margaret, my wife, whom he makes sole executrix. 
[Somerset House, Alchiu, 198.] 

618. Will of Edmoxd Doggett, proved 27 Juue, 1653 (no date or 
place mentioned) : To my sister Adrey Doggett, the wife of Bar- 
uaby Sydey, I give 20 ... of gold ; my plate & compasses and 
fowe staffe & Quadraute to Arthur Bartlett ; one half of Red Cloth to 
my mate Henry Oake the other half to Mr. Lambert, the surgeon ; 
10 lbs of East India stuff e in my chest where it once belonged to 
Mr. Henry "Wafdalle ; all the other to my sister Adrey ; my suit of 
best clothes to Walter Elton ; my West India Hammack to gunner 
Thomas Clarke. To John Tribbett a pair compasses plans & sea 
Books. My clothes and all wages due to me to my sister Adrey or if 
deceased to her son Barnaby Sydey. Adm. granted to Barnaby 
Sydey, husband of A. Doggett, the nat' & lawful daughter of Ed- 
mond Doggett deceased. [Somerset House, Brent, 245.] 

619. Will of Feanx'is Doggett, of Chesham, County Bucks, yeo- 
man, signed 24 December, 1653, proved 1 May, 1654 : Wishes to be 
buried at Chesham, mentions my wife Mary Doggett, to whom he 
gives messuage land and tenement in Chesham, wherein William Par- 
ratt doth live, also house & premises wherein I now dwell in Ches- 
ham, to hold the same until my son Francis Doggett shall reach 21 
years, also to my son Francis lands lying at George Doll's close on 
the Latimer Road. Mary his wife sole executrix & residuary legatee. 
[Somei-set House, Alchin, 397.] 

620. The wOl of Joun Doggett, of Eedenhall, butcher : John 
Doggett, son ; Alice Doggett, wife, sole executi-ix ; Elizabeth Daugh- 
ter ; Alice Daughter not 21 years old; Hanna Daughter not 21 
years old ; Sarah Daughter not 21 years old ; Esther Daughter not 
21 years old. His wife was to enter into a bond to Mr. Robert 
Bransby, of Redenhall, for the due performance of the will. Wit- 
nesses, Henry Tubbye, John Matthewes. Dated 21 May, 1665. 
Proved 26 May, 1665. [Consistory of Norwich.] 

621. 9 November, 1676, adm. to Mary Dogget, relict of John 
Dogget, late of Walton, within the Parish of Aylesbury, County 
Bucks, dee'd. 4 Oct 1683, adm. to Rich'' Haywood, Thomas Barnaby 
and William Rice, guardians during the minority of John and Mary 
Dogget, children of John Dogget, late of Walton in the Parish of 


AOesbury, Co. Bucks. Mary Dogget, widow and relict, having de- 
ceased without fully admiuisteriug. 4 July 1693. Adm. to John 
Doggett, sou of Johu Dogget, late of Walton within the Parish of 
Aj'lesbury Co. Bucks, dec'd, Mary Doggett, widow and relict of 
said deceased, having died without fully admiuisteriug. [Adm. 

622. Will of Thomas Dogget, of Hocklifee, in the County of 
Bedford, 10 December, 1684. Proved November, 1685: I be- 
queath to Joseph Doggett my eldest son £20 ; to my daughter 
Eebecca, the daughter of Mary, my late wife, who was the daughter 
of Eobert Burthuon of Bathsdon, Co. Bedford, yeoman deceased, 
£50 ; to Thomas Doggett my son by my wife Mary all that my mas- 
suage in Hockliffe now in my occupation with all my pastures, grounds 
& meadows iu Hocklife. All that my halfe acre of arrable land in 
Ridgeway furlong in Eggiuton Fields purchased of Edward Clarke, 
also my Rood or more of meadow ground purchased of John Man of 
Eggintou ; to Robert Doggett my son by Mary ; Richard Doggett, 
my son, Sarah Doggett, my daughter, Rebecca Doggett, my daughter, 
sole executors. Thomas Joyce, my brother in law, who married my 
wife's sister, and Sarah his wife, I appoint trustees and guardian of 
my children. Dated 18 Aug., 1684. [Somerset House, Cam, 133.] 

623. 18 April, 1696, 8 William III. " I, John Doggett Citizen 
and Goldsmith of London being at the present time something iudis- 
posed as to my bodily health but of sound and perfect mind and 
memory." To be buried at discretion of executors. " I give and 
devise unto my nephew John Randolph (my sister's sonne) , his heirs 
and assigns forever," lands, &c., in the parish of Walton, Co. 
Bucks; "unto my brother-in-law, John Randolph and my sister 
Mary his wife;" "to Thomas Barnaby, Senr. (my Uncle);" "to 
Thomas Barnaby, Junr. (my cousin);" "to my cousin William 
Barnaby ; " "to my cousin Martha Worcester ; " "to the children of 
my cozen John Hey wood ; " "to the children of my cozen Henry 
Bell; " "to my cousin Joseph Hey wood and to his children; " "to 
my cousin Mrs. Moore, my cousins John Fells, John Mills and 
Ralph White;" poor of Waltou, £10; poor of Aylesbury, Co. 
Bucks, £10 ; residue of estate to sister Mary Randolph and her son, 
my nephew John Randolph, and appoints them joint executor and 
Executrix. Signed " Jxo : Doggett." Proved P.C.C. 28 March, 
1700, by Mary Randolph. Power reserved to John Randolph. 
[Somerset House, 46, Noel.] 

624. The will of M.4ey Doggett, of Leightou Buzzard, widdow, 
dated 1698, mentions therein, my neice Elizabeth, wife of Thomas 


Allin of Buckiugham, inalster, £20 ; my ueice Frances Wowsley, 
spinster, daughter of my sister Jaue Wowsley, £20 ; uephew John 
Stuthbury, sou of my brother Audrew Stuthbury, 40s. ; Elizabeth 
Stuthbury, widdow, late wife of my nephew Christopher Stuthbury 
& children of same mentioned ; neice Mary Squire & Joana Sholton, 
daughters of my lirother Andrew Stuthbury ; residue to my loving 
nephew John Wowsley of "SViuslow, Co. Bucks, & William Sholton 
of Winslow and Oliver Maine of Winslow and John Wowsley [if he 
does not marry Eebeca Hunt] my executors. [Somerset House, 
Noel, 97.] 

625. The will of Johannis (John) Doggett : All wages, bounty 
prize money due to me in His Majestys service and other lands 
Tenements goods &c. to wife Rebecca Doggett, sole Executrix. 
Signed 10 March, 170f, 12 William. Proved 1703. [Somerset 
House, Degg, 4.] 

626. John Doggett of his Ship the Biddiford, Capt. Searls, 
leaves all to his friend Richard Roberts. Date 2 June, 11 William III., 
1701. [Somerset House, Dyer, 137.] 

627. The will of Richard Doggett, of Middlesex, schoolmaster : 
Buried at Parish Church, Hendon, at which place I live now. I 
give to my Brother Thomas all pieces and parcels of Laud at Eggiu- 
ton Leighton Buzzard, known as Ardells ; an annuity to my sister 
Rebekah Palmer. Sister Sarah Babham to have above land in the 
event of Thomas leaving no heir- male, for the term of her life and to 
her heirs male in default of which it is to go to my sister Rebeckah 
and after to her heirs male of her body and in want of such heirs to 
the female heu-s of brother Thomas or wanting such to female heu-s 
of Sarah Palmer in want of which I leave to my cousin Thomas Dog- 
gett of the parish of Hockly (Hockliffe) Co. Beds, and his heirs for- 
ever ; Sarah my sister, wife of William Babham of Wendover 
Bucks. ; Thomas Palmer my Godson ; residue to my brother Thomas, 
my sole executor. Dated 19 Jan., 170|. Proved 1706. [Somerset 
House, Pedes, 10.5.] 

628. The will of Nathaniel Doggett, now residing at Hamp- 
stead, Co. Middlesex, gentleman : I give unto my grandchild Cos 
Thathe £300 ; my grandchildren John Thathe & Rachel Thathe £250 
each; to my friends Thomas Haynes & Anthony Neale £10 each; 
all the remainder of my monies, Stocks, Bonds, debts &c to my 
daughter Lucretia Thathe, now living in Jamaica. Dated 24 May, 
1715. Codicil of "same date: To my cousin Augustin Bedford 40s. 


per anuum for 5 years to be paid to widow Tliathe witli whom my 
said kiusmau lives. Proved June, 1715. [Somerset House, Fagg, 

629. The will of Francis Daggett, made July 1, 1715, proved 
1718, of the parish of St. Leonards, Shoreditch, Loudou, mentions 
therein Anne, his late wife ; sou George ; grandson David Daggett, 
second son of sou George ; graudson George Daggett, eldest sou of 
George ; grandson Ralph Daggett, third sou of George ; daughter 
Mary Daggett ; daughter Anne Daggett. From codicil : Sarah, wife 
of son George ; Thomas Hardwick, husband of Anue. [Somerset 
House, Tennisou, 57.] 

630. Will of George Daggett, of Maryleboue, Middlesex, men- 
tions Brother-in-law Thomas Harwood, of Hackney, Middlesex; 
James Harwood, of St. Leonards, Shoreditch ; my daughter Sarah 
Daggett ; sons Ealph & George ; my brother iu law to be guardian 
of children uutil 21 years of age. Dated 31 Oct., 1727. Proved 
1727. [Somerset House, Farrant, 292.] 

631. The will of Elizabeth Doggett, of College Hill: 

I, Elizabeth Dogett of College Hill in the City of London, Spinster . . . 
and first my will and desire is that my Body be decently Buried at the discretion 
of my Executor . . . unto my very worthy Friend Alexander Broughton of 
South Carolina, Esquire, one Gold King as a small mite or Humble token of my 
Good will and gratitude for the favors I have received . . . unto my loving 
Sister Ann Dogett and Mary Lewin one Gold Ring to each as a token of my 
love . . . unto my loving Brother Benjamin Dogett of the Parish of Battersea 
in the County of Surry, Gentleman, All and every of my Estate and Estates 
Real and Personal, Bonds, Bills, Notes, Securities, Papers, Writings, Goods, 
Chattels and Effects of any kind, name, nature, or denomination whatsoever 
whether in Great Britain, Carolina America or in any other part of the World 
. . . and appoint my said dearly beloved Brother Benjamin Dogett, my Uni- 
versal Heir and Sole Executor 9 June 1765 E. DOGETT (l.s.) 

Witnesses hereunto, Ann Harding, Elizabeth Harding, Elizabeth Brown. 

Proved 1" Feb. 1775, by Beujamiu Dogett the Brother of the dec'd 
and sole exec. 

Probate Act to above will from the " Probate Act Book," 1775, 
Feb 1 : The will of Elizabeth Dogett fornierly of South Carolina in 
America but late of Battersea Co. Surry, Spinster, dec'd, was proved 
by Benjamin Dogett the Brother and sole exec. [Somerset House, 
46 Alexander.] 

633. Great Gaddeston, Herts. Doggatt appears often iu early 
parochial registers. 

633. Sarratt Eickmausworth, Herts. Doggett appears ofteu iu 


634. St. Michael's, St. Albans, Herts. Dogget frequently men- 
tioned in registers. 

635. " Doggett's Path," Leightou Buzzard, Beds. 

636. "Doggett's Pightle," Hundred of Hosue, Suff., mentioned 
in 1667. 


637. Thomas Doggett, born Dublin, Ireland;' died Eltham, 
Kent, England, September •22, 1721 ; married, first, before 1682, 
Mar}'; she died 1712; married, second, -. 

Thomas Doggett was born in Castle street, Dublin, Ireland, and 
made his first theatrical attempt on the stage of that metropolis, but 
does not appear to have achieved any great success there. 

He strolled the provinces before his talents procured him a fore- 
most position upon the London stage, where he made his appearance 
in 1691. 

He has been described as a' "little lively sprack man" who 
" dressed neat and something fine, in a plain cloth coat and a bro- 
caded waistcoat." 

His name has been traced into the thirteenth century, when one 
Gilbertus Dogget is mentioned in connection with an unpublished 
"Pipe Roll" of the year 1261. (Search has been made in London 
for this roll, but without success.) 

Anthony Aston says he " was the most faithful and pleasing actor 
that ever was," and " the best face-painter and gesticulator." 

" He was the most original observer of nature of all his contempo- 
raries," says Gibber. 

He could paint his face to represent seventy, eighty, or ninety 
years of age. Sir Godfrey Kneller told him one day that he excelled 
him in painting ; for that he could only copy nature from the original 
before him, but that he (Doggett) could vary them at jjleasure and 
yet keep a close likeness. 

Aston says: "In behavior he was modest, cheerful, and complai- 
sant; he sang in company very agreeably, and in public very comi- 
cally, and he danced the Cheshire Round full as well as the fam'd 
Captain George, but with much more nature and nimbleness." 

The same old writer says: "I have had the pleasure of his con- 
versation for one year, when I travelled with him in his strolling 
company, and found him a man of very good sense, but illiterate ; 


for he wrote me word thus : ' Sii', I will give you a hole iustead of half 
share.' While I ti-avelled with hmi each sharer kept his horse and 
was everywhere respected as a gentleman." 

Dogget made his first appearance in London, after his prosperous 
career as a stroller, in Bartholomew Fair ; and we append a copy of 
the bill announcing it : 

At Parke's and Dogget's Booth, 

near Hosier Lane End, during the time of 


Will be presented a new Droll, called 

Fryar Bacon : or the Couxtry Justice^ 

With the Humours of Toll Free, the Miller and his son Ralph 

acted by Mr. Dogget. 

With variety of Scenes, Machinery, Songs and Dances. 

ViVAT Rex ICOl. 

In the year following he made a great hit as Solon in D'Urfey's 
comedy of the " Marriage Hater Matched." The " Spectator," in a 
paper which denounces ' ' the intolerable folly and confidence of 
players" in " putting in words of their own," calls them " savages, 
who want all manner of regard and deference to the rest of man- 
kind, come only to show themselves, without any other purpose than 
that of letting us know they despise us," and speaks of the acting of 
Doggett, who scorned "gagging," in the highest terms, saying: 
"There is something so miraculously pleasant in Doggett's acting, 
the awkward triumph and comic sorrow of Hob in different cii-cum- 
stances, that I shall not be able to stay away whenever it is acted." 

The writer, Sir Kichard Steel, adds his regret that the audience 
do not recognize the refiued subtilty of the actor's execution and con- 
ception, but merely the coarse horse-play of his part. 

His manuer, though borrowed from none, frequently served as 
model to many ; and he possessed that peculiar art which so very few 
performers are masters of, namely, the arriving at the perfectly 
ridiculous without stepping into the least impropriety to attain it. 

As a writer Mr. Dogget has left behind him only one comedy, 
which has not been performed in its original state for many years, 
entitled "The Country Wake" (1696). It has been altered, how- 
ever, into a ballad farce, which has frequently made its appearance 
under the title of " Flora " or " Hob in the Well." 

Dogget was joint manager of Druiy Lane Theatre, in conjunction 
with Colley Gibber and Robert Wilks. In 1697 Dogget, having some 
cause of complaint against the patentee of Drury Lane Theatre, 
threw up his engagement and went to Norwich. 

In those days the power of the Lord Chamberlain over theatres and 
actors was without limit, as may be gleaned from the following story : 


Powell, the actor, beiug discontented with his position at Drury Lane, 
accepted an engagement at the Duke's Theatre, in Lincoln's-Inn 
Fields, where Betterton was one of his lordship's personal friends and 
favorites. Shortly after, he determined to return to his old post at 
Drury Lane, and did so, when the Lord Chamberlain sent a 
" messenger " to seize and convey him to prison ; and he was confined 
for two days in the Porter's Lodge. As with Powell so with Dogget. 
The patentee complained and a messenger was despatched to Nor- 
wich, who there seized Dogget and brought him to London. The 
actor, proud to suffer in the cause of liberty, was not at all intimi- 
dated, but went»>cheerfiilly with the officer ; and finding his expenses 
were to be paid took care to live well on the road, calling for the best 
at every inn they alighted at. Arriving in town he appealed from 
the Chamberlain to the Lord Chief Justice for his habeas corpus ; 
and, aided by clever legal advice, fought the cause of the players 
against the Lord Chamberlain with such effect, that he not only 
secm-ed his own liberty, but brought censure down upon the head of 
the capricious tyrant by whom both he and Powell were oppressed. 

Dogget played Shylock to the great Bettertou's Bassauio. He 
always acted Shylock as a ferociously comic character. 

It may be remembered that Dogget was manager when, Colley 
Cibber ha\'iug given him offence, he fined him five shillings, and ou 
being informed by the treasurer that Colley was but an apprentice, not 
yet in receipt of a salary, he replied, ' ' Then put him down for ten 
shillings a week and forfeit him five," — an arrangement which gave 
young Colley no small satisfaction and delight. 

Congreve discerned Dogget's talents, and wrote for him Fondle- 
wife in the "Old Bachelor," Sii- Paul Pliant in the "Double 
Dealer," and the very different part of Ben in "Love for Love." 

He continued a joint manager with WOks & Cibber of the Drury 
Lane Theatre until 1712, when he, being disgusted at Mr. Booth's 
being forced on them as a sharer in the management, threw up his 
part in the property of the theatre, though it was looked on to have 
been worth a thousand pounds per annum. 

His great passion was stock-jobbing, and no man was better known 
upon "'Change," for every moment he could spare from his pro- 
fessional duties was passed there. He was obstinate and testy, and 
impatient of crosses and contradiction. 

Dogget succeeded in saving a fortune sufficient to make him in easy 
cii'cumstances, and after the death of his first wife he married a lady 
with a well-stocked purse. He then devoted himself to politics, and 
became a " Whig." 

He was a great friend of Steel and of Addison, and frequented the 
great coffee-houses of that day. 


He became a member of the Fishmongers' Company, and iu loyalty 
and gratitude, being a "Whig up to the head and ears," he gave a 
waterman's coat and silver badge to be rowed for, in honor and com- 
memoration of the accession of King George I. to the thi-one. 
The date of this first contest was 1715. 

As a lasting compliment to royalty as exemplified iu the Han- 
overian succession, he made arrangements in his will for a continuance 
forever of this annual contest. ' ' Ten pounds to be laid out pro- 
viding a waterman's coat of cloth (orange color) of the value of 
eighteen shillings, with a silver badge of the value of five pounds, 
upon which shall be the impress of a white horse in such manner as 
was used by Mr. Dogget in his lifetime, round the plate there shall 
be, in fau- letters, these words, ' The gift of Thomas Dogget, the 
famous comedian.' " The prize was to be contested for by six young 
watermen, who were not to have exceeded the time of their ap- 
prenticeship by twelve mouths, and the claimants were to start off 
upon a given signal at the time of the tide, when the cuiTeut was 
strongest against them, over a com-se of about five miles in distance 
from the Old Swan at Loudon Bridge to the White Swan at Chelsea. 
The Fishmonger Company's barge-master, resplendent iu a cocked 
hat and the livery of the company, officiated as umpu-e, aud was 
shown up in a cutter mauned by watermen, the majority of whom 
were coat-aud-badge winners of previous years. 

The following is the present [1879] value of the prizes for Dog- 
gett's coat and badge : 

£ s. d. 

1st man, G 6 with coat and badge. 

2d " 5 5 

3d " 3 3 

4th "220 

Sth " 1 11 C 

6th " 1 G 

On a glass window iu Lambeth, on August 1, 1736, some one wrote 
as follows : 

" Tom Dogget, the greatest sly drole in his parts 
In acting was certain a master of arts, 
A monument left — no herald is fuller, — 
His praise is sung yearly by many a- sculler. 
Ten thousand years hence, if the world lasts so long, 
Tom Dogget must still be tlie theme of their song." 

Motto for Thomas Dogget dancing the Cheshire rounds : 

Ne sutor ultra crepidam. 

Charles Dibdiu was so amused with the sight of the contest for 
Dogget's prize that in 1774 he brought out at the Haymarket Theatre 


a ballad opera entitled "The Watermau; or, The First of August," 
the hero of which is Tom Tug, who sings the songs commeueiug, 
" And did you never hear tell of a jolly j'ouug watermau," and 
"Then farewell, my trim-built wherry." 

A waterman who was inclined to be poetical wrote regarding the 

" Let your oars like lightning flog it, 
Up tlie Tliames as swiftly jog it, 
An you'd win thie prize of Doggett 
The Glory of the river. 

"Benilin! bowing; strainin; rowin ; 
Perhaps the wind in fury blowin ; 
Or tlie tide again you flowin ; 
The Coat .*!; Badge for ever." 

The race, of course, is an historical one, and, to a certain degree, 
is but second to the Oxford and Cambridge contest for supremacy. 
The men, we need scarcely add, are socially wide apart. 

An interesting reminder of the first wife of the comedian is a very 
curious quarto book MS. (British Museum. Add MS. 27,466-203- 
613), the title-page of which is as follows: "Mary Doggett. Her 
Book of Receits, 1682." The greater part is very beautifully 

This is the last Will and Testament of me Thomas Doggett of the Parish of 
S' Paul's Covent Garden in the County of Middlesex, Gentleman, made this 
Tenth day of September Anno Domini One Thousand seven Hundred Twenty 
and one. 

Imprimis. I give and bequeath the Sum of One Thousand pounds unto 
Twenty poor men (to be chosen by my Executors herein after named) who are 
ffreemen of and are or have been Shop keepers in the City of London and who 
were never respectively worth ffifty pounds in the Stock of their severall Trades 
that is to say to each one of the said twenty poor Men ffifty pounds. 

Item. I give unto my Kinsman Captain Jacob Hallister of Bristol the Sume 
of Two Hundred pounds and my Gold Watch. 

Item. I give unto Mrs. Mary Peck of Eltham in Kent Widow the Sume of 
One Hundred pounds. 

Item. In case my Neice Mary Young continues alive and in Ireland at my 
Death Then I give to her the Sume of Two Hundred pounds. 

Item. I give to my Servant Ann Gibbons the Sume of Thirty Pounds per 
annum during her natural Life to be paid Quarterly at the four usual Quarter 
days in the year the flSrst payment to be made on such of the said Quarter days 
as shall happen next after my decease; I further give unto the said Ann 
Gibbons the Sume of Twenty pounds for Mourning' and all my Cloaths and 
wearing Apparel, Linnen and Wollen and my Household ft'urniture. 

Item. I give unto Catherine Gibbons Sister of the said Anne the sume of 
Ten pounds. 

Item. I give unto Mrs Mary Reynolds, wife of Thomas Reynolds Esq' one 
of my Executors herein after appointed my best Diamond King. 

Item. It is my Will and I do hereby direct that my Executors shall forthwith 
by and out of my personal Estate purchase ffreehold Lands of Inheritance to 
the value of Ten pounds per Annum and to cause such Lands when purchased to 
be conveyed unto Edward Burt of the Admiralty office Esq' bis Heirs and 


assignes subject to and charged and for ever Cliargeable with the hiying out 
ffurnishing ami procuring yearly on the (first day of August for ever the follow- 
ing particulars that is to say, ffive pounds for a Cadge of Silver weighing about 
t\velve ounces and representing Liberty to be given to be rowed for by Six young 
Watermen according to my Custom, Eighteen Shillings for Cloath fur a Livery 
whereon the said Badge is to be put, one pound one shilling for making up the 
said Livery and Buttons and Appurtenances to it and Thirty Shillings to the 
Clerk of Watermens Hall All which I would have to be continued for ever 
yearly in Comemoration of his Majesty King Georges happy Accession to the 
Brittish Throne. The Remainder of the Rents and profitts of the said Lands 
when purchased I give and bequeath unto the said Edward Burt his Heirs and 
Assignes for ever. 

And in the meantime until such purchase I direct my Executors to ffurnish 
the said Badge Livery and other things in manner aforesaid upon every fBrst 
day of August that shall happen. 

I desire that my Body may be decently buried in like manner as my late Wife 
was, both as to privacy ami KxiXMicr. 

Item. I give devise ami lnquratli unto my very good ffriends Sir George 
Markham of the Temph- Uaronitt and Tlionias Reynolds of South Minis in the 
County of Middlesex. IC-^q'. All my Soutli Sea Stock, Subscripcons and Bonds 
.AH my Cash. Jewells plate. Goods and Effects wh.atsoever not hereinbefore 
disposeil of. And all the rest ami residue of all my Estate reall and personal of 
what nature or kind soever and wheresoever to the proper use and benefit of 
them the said Sir George Markham and Thomas Reynolds Executors of this 
my Will' And I hereby revoke and declare void all former and other Wills or 
Testaments by me at any time heretofore made And do declare this present 
Writing to be my last Will and Testaniertt. 

In Witness whereof I have hereunto Sett ray hand and Seal the Tenth day of 
September Anno Domini One Thousand Seven humlred Twenty and one above 


Signed sealed published and declared by the before named Tliomas Doggett 
for and as his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who liave hereunto 
Subscribed our names as Witnesses in his presence 

John Bilton, fferdn John Paris. 

Proved 2 October, 1721. [Somerset House, " Buckingham," 177.] 


638. Thomas Daggett married Elizabeth; she born Ireland, 
1799; died Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 27, 1855. 

Issue : 
G39. i. Thomas Daggett,' born Ireland, 1830. 

639. Thomas Daggett - ( Thomas^), born Ireland, 1830 ; " labor- 
er," " shovel welder," resided Boston, Mass. (1858) ; married Boston, 

> In the maraiD opposite to this part the following words aie written : " the said Sr George 
Markham and Thomas Iteynolds their Heirs Executors Administrators and assigns for ever, 
they lirst paying all my Debts Legacys and ffuneral Expences, I do hereby, 


Mass., May 2, 1858, by Rev. Thomas McNulty, to Susan Hart, 
daughter of Dauiel and Jane Hart; born Ireland, 1835. 
Issue : 

640. i. James H. Daggett,^ born Boston, Mass., May 7, 1858; diet! Boston, 

Mass., September 11, 1858. 

641. ii. THOiMAs William Daggett,^ born "West Bridgewater, Mass., Marcli 6, 

1861; died Bridgewater, Mass., June 18, 1862. 


642. Charles Doggett,' born Ireland; married Catherine. 
Issue : 

643. i. Catherine Doggett," born Ireland, 1814; married Boston, Mass., 

April 4, 1837, by Rev. Michael Healy, to Daniel Slattery ; she died 
Dedham, Mass., October 23, 1849. 

644. ii. John Doggett,^ born Ireland, November 27, 1824. 

64-4. John Doggett^ (Charles'), born Ireland, November 27, 
1824; " farmer ;" died Dedham, Mass., August 16, 1880; married 
1st, Mary Holland, daughter of Patrick and Catharine Holland ; born 
Ireland; died Dedham, Mass., February 24, 1861 ; married 2d, Rox- 
bury, Mass., November 26, 1861, by Rev. P. O'Beirne, to Mrs. Mar- 
garet Typhens, daughter of John and Margaret Lyman; born Ireland, 

Issue : 

645. i. James Doggett,' born Dedham, Mass., 1848. 

646. ii. Catherine Ann Doggett,' born Dedham, Mass., February 21, 1850; 

married Blackstone, Mass., November 27, 1878, William Henry 

647. iii. John A. Doggett,' born Dedliara, Mass., September 14, 1851; died 

Dedham, Mass., November 14, 1855. 

648. iv. Margaret Jane Doggett,' born Dedham, Mass., Januarys, 1852; 

died Dedham, Mass., April 19, 1857. 

649. V. Ellen M. Doggett,' born Dedham, Mass., May 3, 1855; died Ded- 

ham, Mass., November 15, 1855. 

650. vi. Mary E. Doggett,' born Dtdham, Mass., May 3, 1855; died Ded- 

ham, Mass., November 28, 1855. 

651. vii. Mary J. Doggett,' born Dedham, Mass., July 5, 1859. 

652. viii. John Francis Doggett,' born Dedham, Mass., February 24, 1861. 

653. ix. Thomas Doggett,' born Dedham, Mass., September 1, 1862. 

654. X. Margaret M. Doggett,' born Dedham, Mass., July 3, 1864 ; died 

Dedham, Mass., September 13, 1884. 

655. xi. William H. Doggett,' born Dedham, Mass., March 10, 1870. 

645. James Doggett' (John,- C7tarfes '), born Dedham, Mass., 
1848; " shoemaker ;" resides Dedham, Mass. (1878); married Bos- 
ton, Mass., April 28, 1872, by Rev. James A. Healey, to Mrs. Mary 


Isabella Rogers, daughter of Patrick ami Mary Cohen ; boru Ireland, 

C56. i. James Doggett,'' born Declhani, Mass., February 5, 1875; died Ded- 

bam, Mass., February 6, 1875. 
fi57. ii. Jame.s Henry Doggett,'' bora Dedham, Mass., October 19, 1876. 

658. iii- Kittie V. Doggett,* born Dedham, Mass., December 1 + , 1878. 

651. Mary J. Doggett^ {John,^ Charles'), born Dedham, 
Mass., July 5, 1859; married Boston, Mass., March Ifi, 1883, by 
Rev. Robert G. Seymour, to George F. Arnold, son of Daniel and 
Amy [Eldredge] Arnold; " R.R. Engineer;" boru Pnn-idenee, 
R.I., 1850. 

652. John Francis Doggett' {John,^ Ckurles'), boru Dedham, 
Mass., February 24, 1861; " farmer ;" resides Canton, Mass. 
(1885); married Canton, Mass., June 5, 1881, by Rev. M. F. 
Delaney, to Catherine Sullivan; born Stoughtou, Mass., 1857. 

Issue : 

659. i. John Francls Doggett,'' born Canton. Mass., August 14, 1881. 

660. ii. James H. Doggett,'' born Canton, Mass., June 29, 1883. 

661. iii. Mart J. Doggett,'' born Canton, Mass., November 17, 1885. 


662. William Doggett,' born (in or near) Dublin, Ireland, 
1806; removed to America 1836; died Salem, Mass., June 10, li>72; 
married Garristovvn, County Dublin, Ireland, 1826, Katherine Roony ; 
she resides Salem, Mass. (1884). 

Issue : 
f.63. i. John Doggett," born Dublin. Ireland, 1829. 
6H4. ii. La'wrence Doggett,'- born Salem, Mass., 1838. 

665. iii. Christopher Doggett," born Salem, Mass., 1840. 

666. iv. William Doggett," born Salem, Mass., August 24, 1842; died Salem, 

Mass., Septembers, 1842. 

667. V. Jane Doggett,'-' born Salem, Mass., February, 1847. 

668. vi. SnsAN Doggett," born Salem, Mass., November, 1847. 

669. vii. Catherine Doggett," born Salem, Mass., October 9, 1849. 

670. viii. Kate Doggett," born Salem, Mass., 1851. 

671. ix. James Doggett,'- born Salem, Mass., May 5, 1854; died Salem, 

Mass., August 13, 1885. 

663. John Doggett" {William'), boru Dublin, Irelaud, 1829; 
"spiuner;" resided Lawrence, Mass. (1851); maia-ied 1st, Law- 
rence, Mass., November 22, 1851, by Rev. James O'Donnell, to 
Elizabeth Riley, daughter of Peter and Ann Riley; born Ireland, 
1832; married, 2d Lawrence, Mas,s., May 14, 1866, by Rev. L. M. 


Edge, to Elizabeth Rooney, widow, daughter of John aud Wiunie 
Rudden; bom 1834. 
Issue : 

672. i. William Doggett,^ born Lawrence, Mass., December 3, 1852. 

673. ii. Mary Ann Doggett,^ born Lawrence, Mass., July 11, 185i. 

674. iii. John Doggett,^ born Lawrence, Mass., July 11, 1856. 

675. iv. Matilda Doggett,^ born Salem, Mass., 1859. 

665. Christophee Doggett^ {William^), born Salem, Mass., 
1840; "currier;" married Hanuah Kenuey ; born Ireland. 
Issue : 

676. i. Maky J. Doggett,^ born Salem, Mass., March 1, 1871; died Salem, 

Mass., June 16, 1873. 

677. ii. John Doggett,^ born Salem, Mass., May 2, 1873. 

(!78. iii. Hannah Doggett,^ born Salem, Mass., September 1, 1875. 

673. Mary Ann Doggett^ {./oJni,- William^), born Lawrence, 
Mass., July 11, 1854; "operative;" resided Templeton, Mass. 
(1874) ; married Templeton, Mass., July 12, 1874, by Rev. Joseph 
Coyne, to Francis Roark, son of Michael and Mary Roark ; born 
Lowell, Mass., 1844. 

675. Matild.a. Doggett^ {John," WiUiam '), horn Ssilem,Msiss., 
18.59; married Ware, Mass., June 30, 1879, by Rev. Charles 
Boucher, to John McBride, son of Thomas and Catherine McBride ; 
born Millbury, Mass., 1858. 




679. John Doggett ' (sometimes spelled with one " t," also at 
times one "g"); bom England; removed to New England with 
Governor Winthrop, 1630; died Plymouth, Mass., May (between 
17th and 26th), 1673; married 1st (date, place, and to whom not 
found) ; married 2d, Plymouth, Mass., August 29, 1667, Bathsheba 
Pratt, widow. 

Issue : 

680. i. John Doggett,- born Euglan.l (?), about 1626. 

i;81. ii. Thomas Doggett,^ born Watertown, Mass. (?), about 1630. 

682. iii. Joseph Doggett,' born Watertown, Mass. (?), about 1634. 

683. iv. Elizabeth Doggett,- l)orn Watertown, Mass. (?) about 1638; married 

Jeremiah Wliitton. Mr. Whitton bought land in Tisbury of Joseph 
Daggett, .Jan. 28, 1701. [Dukes Deeds, 1-193.] 
6S4. V. Hepzibah Doggett,' born Watertown, Mass. (?), 1643. 

Of the parentage and date of birth of John Doggett no positive 
proof has been found. 

The fact that he came to America with Wiuthrop, and that Dog- 
getts resided at Groton, from whence Wiuthrop came, would naturally 
lead us to follow out the history of the family there to see if John 
Doggett might not be one of tliem. In this. search Martha Doggett 
(No. 73), of Groton, who married Giles Fu'min, is found to have 
come to America with Winthrop, while in the adjoining parish of 
Boxford the Doggetts and Winthrops were connected by the marriage 
of Thomas Doggett and Margaret Clopton. 

Of the Groton Doggetts named John, those of suitable age to have 
come to America in 1630 can all be placed, but not so with the Box- 


ford Doggetts ; for among them we have John, baptized November 4, 
1602 (No. 58), of whom the parish records give no further information, 
and it is possible that he is the one who joined in the " Great Emi- 
gration " in 1630. To describe this emigration, it is necessary to 
have a general idea of the movements which led to the planting of the 
Colony of Massachusetts Bay, in which John Doggett was one of the 

In March, 1628, the Plymouth Company sold to a company of six 
gentlemen in England the territory extending from a line three mOes 
north of Merrimae river to one three miles south of Charles river, 
and from the Atlantic to the Pacific ocean. These gentlemen, with 
others who became associated with them, obtained a charter for 
their- company, which was called the " Massachusetts Bay Company," 
and in June, 1628, sent over a company of emigrants, who landed at 
Salem, and commenced the settlement of that ancient town. 

In July, 1620, it was proposed to transfer the government of the 
plantation from England to the colony, ' ' to those that shall inhabit 

On August 29 it was determined by a vote that the " government 
patent should be settled in New England," and on the 19th of 
October John Winthrop was chosen governor for New England. 
John Winthrop was then in his forty-first year, having been born in 
Edwardston, near Groton, in Suffolk, on the 12th day of January, 

The considerations which induced Winthrop and the others to 
come over to New England were of no mere private or personal 
character. They had relation to the condition of England at that 
day, its social, moral, religious, and political condition. 

The spreading of the gospel and the conversion of the heathen 
were foremost in the contemplation of the New England fathers. 

Seventeen emigrant ships left England in the year 1630, of which 
fourteen saUed before the 1st of June. On the 8th of April four 
ships, the " Arbella," the "Jewell," the "Ambrose," and the 
"Talbot," sailed from the Isle of AVight, bringing the governor 
and others who afterward held prominent places in the early his- 
tory of the colony. 

The passengers who arrived in these ships were not satisfied with 
Salem, and soon after landing went, on the 17th of June, to select 
a place for settlement. Having selected the peninsula of Charles- 
town for that purpose, they returned to Salem, and as soon as 
preparations could be made the fleet proceeded from Salem to 

Soon after the removal of the emigrants from Salem to Charles- 
town, a large portion of them, with Sir Richard Saltoustall as their 


leader, accompauied by Eev. George Phillips as their pastor, pro- 
ceeded about four miles up Charles river and commenced a settle- 
ment, at first sometimes called Sir Eichard Saltoustall's plantation, 
but soon after by the court named Watertown. The exact date of 
the settlement of Watertown is not known, but it was probably 
befoi-e the middle of July, 1630. 

Bond, in his history of Watertown, says "that it is almost cer- 
tain that for the first four years Watertown was the most populous 
town in the colony, and it is not improbable that it continued so for 
fifteen or twenty years." 

As a full list of those who made up the " Great Emigration," or of 
those who accompauied Sir Richard Saltonstall to Watertown, is not 
known, we must infer from the records still in existence as to who 
took part in these movements. From such evidence Savage and 
other well-known antiquarians all agree that John Doggett came in 
the same fleet with Winthrop, arriving in Salem sometime between 
June 12 and July 2, 1630, according to which of the four vessels 
brought him to New England. He removed with Sir Richard Salton- 
staU, and was one of the earliest settlers of Watertown. 

Watertown was more remote from the bay than either of the other 
plantations begun that year, and was the first of the inland towns. 
It was, however, upon the tide-water of Charles river, which was 
there navigable for only small vessels. As the company of planters 
who first went there was large, and as they were not compacted into a 
village or dense population, like other early plantations, they must 
have been scattered over a very considerable extent of territory. 

The homestall of Su- Richard was situated on Charles river, within 
that strip of territory which was taken from Watertown and annexed 
to Cambridge in 1754, and was about a mile from the site of Harvard 
College. Between the homestall of Sir Richard and the New Town 
(Cambridge) line there was only one intervening lot, which belonged 
to John Doggett and contained thirteen acres. This lot he sold to 
Thomas Brigham in 1637, and it may have been his homestall from 
his settlement there in 1630 to 1637, although I am inclined to think 
his " homestall " during his residence in Watertown was the fifteen- 
acre lot bounded north and west by the (Fresh) pond and Nicholas 
Busby, south by highway, east by W. Paine, and probably embracing 
the lot of the Fresh Pond Hotel. 

The records of Watertown do not show that John Doggett took any 
prominent part in the affairs of the town during the time he made it 
his residence, as his name does not occur on the town records which 
have been preserved. 

October 19, 1630, John Doggett applied to be made " freeman," and 
on May 18, 1631, he took the oath. [Col. Records, Vol. 1, pp. 62-3.] 


In order for such admission, it was necessary to be a church mem- 
ber, and for this reason there were some men holding respectable 
social positions who never were thus admitted, or not until advanced 
age. It was not necessary, however, to be a church member or a 
freeman in order to hold office in the town, or appointments from the 
court. This could be done by taking the oath of fidelity. 

The first church of Watertown was organized July 28, 1630, and 
next after that of Salem is the oldest in the Colony of Massachusetts 
Bay. Rev. George Phillips was the pastor until his death, which 
occurred July 1', 1644. 

After the small lots, the earliest grants by the freemen, July 25, 
1636, were called the Great Dividend, and the fourth Great Dividend 
began at the small lots and was bounded north by Cambridge line. 
Of these. No. 12 fell to John Doggett and contained thii'ty acres, 
which was afterward bought by Richard Wait. 

Another grant made 163f shows among those who received land 
in the Further Plain (in later times called Waltham Plain) , bounded 
south by Charles river, north by the Great Dividends, the name John 
Doggett, six acres, which was afterward bought by R. Wait. 

In a volume of the Town Record, containing the schedule of 
possessions, is a list of grantees of the town plot, of which John 
Doggett had six acres, recorded in the division dated April 9, 1638. 
Pequusset Meadow was di\dded into numerous small lots, of which 
J. Doggett had two acres, which was afterward bought by John 

Thus during his residence in Watertown John Doggett gradually 
increased his landed possessions, and was doubtless busily engaged 
in agricultural pursuits. 

Among his fellow-townsmen with whom he became associated was 
Mr. Thomas Mayhew, who probably arrived in 1631. For the en- 
suing thirteen years, it appears by the Colonial Records that few, if 
any, other persons so often received important appointments from 
the General Court as Thomas Mayhew. 

He built the first bridge over Charles river ; was temporarily pro- 
prietor of the mill, of the fishing-weu-s, of the Oldham farm, and of 
the Bradstreet farm, in Cambridge Village (now Newton). 

October 10, 1641, James Forett, agent of the Earl of Sterling, 
granted to Thomas Mayhew, of Watertown, merchant, and to 
Thomas Mayhew, his son, Nantucket and two small islands adjacent ; 
and on the 23d of the same month he granted to them Martha's 
Vineyard and the Elizabeth Islands. 

The Government Mayhew shall set up shall be such as is now established in 
the Massachusetts, aforesaiil and to enjoy as much privilege touching their 
plantg inhabiting and enjoying of all and every part of the premises, as by the 
patent to the patentees of Massachusetts. 


The Mayhews having received grants of these ishinds proceeded to 
arrange for their settlement, by sharing with several others the 
privileges granted to them. Among theii- fellow-townsmen of 
Watertown who became interested in the project was John Doggett, 
as appears in the following record : 

Whereas Thomas Mayhew sen and Thomas Mayhew Jr, have granted to 
them by James Forett Marthas Vineyard and Elizabeth Isles, 

This is to certify, that we, Thomas and Thomas 2"'', do hereby grant unto 
Jolin Doggett, Daniel Pierce, and Richard Beers and John SmUh and Francis 
Smith, with ourselves, to make choice for the Present of a large Town, upon the 
same terms with us and equal possession administration of all that shall present 
themselves to come to live upon any part of the whole grant of all the Islands 
and we grant also to them and their associates with us, to receive another town- 
ship for posterity upon the same terms as we have from the Grantees. 

Tawanquatick March 16, 1641 Isaac Robinson 

Chappaquiddick Thomas Trapp 

Nicholas Horton 
John Pease 
Thomas Bayly 
Thomas Bdkchard 
John Bolles 
Thomas Bdtler 
Joseph Norton 
Isaac Norton 

The Vineyard, called in early records Martin's ^'iueyard, is nine- 
teen miles long and, upon an average, five miles broad. It is gen- 
erally level, though in the northern and western parts the land rises 
into hills of two hundred and fifty feet above the adjacent country. 
There is a plain in the southern part, upon which Edgartown is 
situated, eight miles in length and five or six in breadth, and it is the 
site selected " for the Present of a large Town," to which was given 
the name of Edgartown. The point of the Vineyard nearest Boston 
is but little over eighty miles. 

Dr. Freeman, when writing of the Vineyard, says that " Not less 
than three thousand Indians, it has been generally estimated, were 
on the island when it was entered by Mayhew." " Like the other 
savages of New England, they were in a low state of civilization ; 
and they had attained few of the arts which contribute to tlie com- 
fort of human life." They were, however, a hospitable and tractable 
people, and among them the younger Mr. Mayhew attempted to intro- 
duce the gospel. Several English families began a settlement and 
gathered a church as early as 1641, of which Thomas Mayhew, Jr., 
was pastor. 

" The savages received Mr. Mayhew with kindness, and with 
readiness listened to his exhortations. The wonderful progress which 
the Christian religion, through the zeal of this eminent evangelist ;iiul 
his worthy successors, made in Martha's Vineyard surprised and 
delighted the pious of that age." "The Indians were converted to 


the Christian faith, and attempts were made to reduce them to a state 
of civilization." 

Thomas Mayhew, Sr., and John Doggett still continued to reside 
at Watertown, while the younger Mr. Mayhew began his work and 
the settlement of the island in 1641. The following year (1642) 
John Doggett takes the next step toward removing to the island, as 
appears in the following grant: 

We do hereby grant, unto .JoHX Dogget of Watertown and to his heirs and 
assigns forever, twi-nty acres of land upon the point beginning at the great 
stone next to ray lot and twenty acres of meadow and also Five hundred acres 
of land for a farm he have liberty to take up, wherever he the said John Dogget 
wishes only provided lie take not up his farm -within three miles of the spring 
that is by the harbor in my lot aforesaid before I, that is Thomas Mayhew, the 
elder, have made choice of twenty acres of meadow and a farm of Five hundred 
acres for myself, the which first choice not being made within one year, ensuing 
the date hereof, then the said John Dogget have liberty to choose for himself. 
Witness hereunto our hands 

Thomas Mathevs' 
Thomas Mayhew 
John Smith. 
Dec. 1, 1642 

[Dukes Deeds, 1-189.] 

It does not appear that John Doggett moved directly to the Vine- 
yard, but instead made his home for a time at the new settlement at 

John Doggett, husbandman, was one of the earliest settlers of 
Rehoboth, Mass., which comprised in its greatest extent the present 
town, together with Seekonk, Pawtucket, Attleboro', Cumberland, 
R.I., and that part of Swansea and Barrington which was called by 
the Indians Wannamoiset. It does not appear that any general or 
permanent settlement was made here earlier than about the year 
1643 ; and it was after this that John Doggett joined the settlement, 
at the time of removal from Watertown, possibly as a step toward 
his settlement at Martha's Vineyard. The first notice that we find of 
him in Rehoboth is : 

The 8"! of the S"" mo. 1646 at a general meeting of the town upon public 
notice given, it was agreed that John Doget shall have all the lands that were laid 
out for John Megges and because there was no lot laid out for him upon the great 
plain, it was agreed upon that he shall have both his allotments according to 
the estate upon the great plain and to begin upon the south side. 

The 9th of the 12th mo., 1G46, at a meeting of the townsmen, 
John Dogget and others were made choice of "to view the fence of 
the town lots." 

The same day it was agreed that Edward Sale, John Dogget, 
William Sabin, John Peram, and William Thayer shall have leave to 
set up a " weier" upon the cove before William Devill's house, and 
one upon Pawtucket river. 


It is also of interest to read that by this agreement " they shall sell 
their alwives at 2s. a thousand, and their other fish at reasonable 

The 18th of the 12th mo., 1646, at a meeting of the town, it was 
agreed to draw lots for the new meadow, and John Dogget drew 
No. 40. 

The 12th of the 2d mo., 1648, at a general meeting of the town, 
upon public notice given, John Oogget and Robert Titus were chosen 
deputies for the towne. [Bliss Hist. Rehoboth.] 

The records at Plymouth, dated June 7, 1648, give the committee 
for the court for Eehoboth as Robert Titus, John Dogged. [Court 
Orders, 2-164.] 

June 7, 1648, at Plymouth, among the names of those who were 
propounded for freemen, was John Dogged. [Court Orders, 2-167.] 

The same day his name is recorded among those that were to take 
the oath. [Court Orders, 2-166.] 

Again, on the same day, he was appointed surveyor of the high- 
ways for Eehoboth, and during that year he was also an exciseman. 

The same date, it is recorded that : 

Whereas it doth apeer, yt ther is a debt of five pound and eight shillings 
apertaining unto Georg. Wright in the hands of John Dogged of Rehoboth the 
Court have ordered yt the said debt remayne atached in the hands of John 
Dogged aforesaid for the use of Leiftenant Nash and Sergeant Church in con- 
sideration of the damage befaling them by the above said Georg Wright, the 
breaking of his bonds for the good behavior. 

It would seem that leaving his son John at Rehoboth, he removed, 
about this time, to the Vineyard, where it is possible his son Thomas 
had already settled. 

The early records on the Vineyard are quite imperfect, and, aside 
from the wills and deeds, those that have been preserved are mostly 
in the collection of the late Hon. Richard L. Pease, of Edgartown, 

It is probable, after his arrival here, John Doggett was occupied 
much the same as at Watertown, in agricultural pm'suits, and in 
making his home in the new town, which they laid out and called 

March 29, 1651, the town chose him corporal. 

1652. "Ordered that Mr. Mayhew, ye dder, and John Doggett, 
shall lay out all highways belonging to this town." 

October 31, 1654, vote regarding John Doggett's ram. 

June 5, 1655, he was chosen assistant for the year. 

John Doggett went from Martha's Vineyard to Nantucket in 1659, 
for the purpose of gunning, where he lived as boarder with Thomas 
Macy, the first English settler on Nantucket. 


March 3, 1660, he buys "Farm Neck" of Wampauog, alias 
Samuel, Sachem of Sanchacantackett, or Farm Neck. [Dukes Deeds, 

Edgartown Town meeting 17 Dee 1660 These are to warne you by ye 
authority of ye town to levy upon ye estate of John Doggett, ye elder, upon 
Marthas Vineyard, ye sum of five thousand, upon ye breach of order in pur- 
chasing lands. To William Weeks constable. Voted by the town this 17 Dec 
1660. This is by ye authority of ye town. 

Thomas Mathew. 

2 Oct 1662 At this court [Plymouth] John Doged of the Island called 
Martins Vineyard complained against the towne of the said Vineyard in an action 
of the case for the title of a certain peell of land granted unto the said John 
Dogged by Mr. Thomas Mayhew . . . which the said inhabitants doe un- 
justly and illegally disturbe him in his quiet enjoyment of tlie same which said 
case is by joynt consent on both ptyes refered to the determination of the court. 
The Jury find for the plantiff the full title granted him by Mr Thomas Mayhew, 
Senr. [Rec. of Mass. Bay in N.E., Vol. VII., p. lO-l.] 

Jan. 29, 1665 There was a purchase of commonage of grass also ^K of the i; 
of lot next the sea that faleth to the town upon the Island called Martins Vine- 
yard these several things being purchased by Jolin Doggett the Elder from 
Towanicut the sachem thereof and delv'd the same over into the hands of the 
Townsmen. [Dukes Deeds, 1-354.] 

These few facts are all that have been found relating to his resi- 
dence on the Vineyard. It is probable that his wife died and was 
buried here, but there are no records found of the date or place. 

He was married again at Plymouth, Mass., August 29, 1667, and 
was then called " John Doged of Martins Vineyard," 

After his marriage to Bathsheba Pratt, he probably resided most 
of the time at Plymouth, and the records there under date 1670, May 
29, mention him as John Doggett, Senior, of Plymouth, transcribed 
on the list of " freemen." 

In the Dukes County Deeds, 1-321, is " The record of John 
Dagget sen'r will." 

Plymouth May 17, 1673 

I John Doggett finding the symptoms of Death upon me do make this my 
last will and testament liereby Revoking all former wills. I give to my Beloved 
wife all my househould goods and all my wearing cloaths and all my debts in 
any part of Plymouth Collonie : also I give her one ox at Sacconesit in the hands 
of William Week Jr : also I give my said wife that five pounds in goods wliich I 
was to receive of John Edy as part of pay for the two oxen of mine he sold for 
10 pounds : also I give her the hide and Tallow of an ox that is at the Vineyard 
to be sent to Boston, and the four quarters of tlie ox I give equally to my sons 
and daughters at the Vineyard. 

My lands at Marthas Vineyard undivided and their priviledges which are part 
of the twenty seventh part of that Township called now Edgartown, I give to my 
two sons John and Joseph to be equally divided betwixt them and to remain to 
their heirs forever. 

My twenty akers of meadow given me upon the same tearm, my farme upon 
the said Island was granted to me which is not yet laid out to me, I give 10 akers 
of it to my son Thomas, 5 akers to my son John, 5 akers to my son Joseph. 

A small parcell of meadow I have at Chappaquiddick Joining to my son 
Thomas, his meadow there ; I give it to my son Thomas. 

fourty akers of upland and two akers of meadow that ly at one of Elyzabeth 
Islands namely that Island which Mr Peleg Sanford Bought wliich upland and 


meaJow I bought of Francis Vssleton who had the said land of aged Mr Mayhew, 
this said upland and meadow I give to my son Thomas. 

My whole farm I have already equally divided betwixt my three sons. 
My ten akre lot uppon the line now where John Gee dwelt I give equally to be 
divided between my two sons John and Joseph. 

My land at Aquampache and at Felix neck and at Konomache and a piece of 
meadow at Sangekantackett and any other portion of land I have not before 
named I give to be equally divided betwixt ray two Daughters Elizabeth and 

AH my cattle and horse kind at Marth.TS Vineyard I give to be equally divided 
between my two daughters. 

My will is that my son John send my wife two payer of shoes and then to 
discharge him of all further debt. 

With Reference to my estate at the Islands above mentioned I desire my 
loving friends Isaac Robinson and John Edy my son in law to be overseers of this 
my will and to see that it be performed and concerning my estate in this Collonie, 
my desire is that Lieutenant Morton and Andrew Ring be overseers of this will 
and that they take care to se it performed. 

The 1 Marke of 
John J Daggett senr 
The said John Doggelt sen' did attest the above written to be his last will and 
Testament before us, he being then of sound mind and understanding : 

John Cotton. 
John Atwood. 
Andrew Ring. 

This will is legally and orderly proved and Recorded at the Court of his 
majesties holden at Plymouth the 4"' of June 1673 as attesteth Nathaniel Morton 
Secretary to the Court for the Jurisdiction of New Plymouth. 

This will is by the court held at Edgartown upon Mart. Vineyard Oct. 1, 1673 
accepted and approved as legall with this proviso only, that the farm is to con- 
tain 500 akers of upland and 20 akers of meadow and no more and so ordered 
to be recorded, as attest. 

Matt. Mayhew, Secretary. 

Inventory of John Doged of Plymouth on oath of Bathsheba Doged, widow, 
26 May 1673, at court i June 1673," amts to 

£ s d 
16 18 9 
also due 16 4 Ephk. Norton 

due funeral 19 4 Andrew Ringe 

Whereas there hath been some controversie concerning some particulars in 
the Will and Testament of John Dogget sen' on the other side Recorded, it is 
agreed and concluded as foUoweth, viz. 

That whereas it is said in the said will that land undivided and their privi- 
leges are given to his sons John and Joseph : yet notwithstanding in the subse- 
quent of the said will a certain parcell of land called Aquompache undivided is 
otherwise disposed of viz : to his two daughters : The said John and Joseph do 
hereby wholly relinquish any right, Tythe, or interest which they might claim by 
virtue of any clause in the said will unto the said land at Aquompache to be held 
as in the subsequent part of the will is declared to be given and for confirmation 
thereof we have desired this our account to be recorded in his Majesties Court of 
Records at Marthas Vineyard and have hereunto in witness thereof subscribed 
with our hands in this publique Record, May 29, In the 27"' year of his Majesties 
Reign A.D. 1675. John Dogget 

Joseph Dogget. 

Recorded this 29 May 1675 pr Matt Mayhew Secretary 

[Dukes Deeds, 1-3-22.] 


John Edy aud Jeremiah Whitton, the husbands of said Elizabeth 
and Hephziba, relinquish any right which they might claim to 
land near the Neck, to his sou Joseph Dagget, May 29, 1675. 
[Dukes Deeds, 1-322.] 

Whereas there is a certain tract of laud in the town of Eilgartown commonly 
called a Dividend near a neck called Felix his neck which belonged to John 
Dogget sen'' of Marthas Vineyard lately deceased but before his death given to 
his son Joseph Dagget but not recorded, therefore Jolin Dagget son and heir 
to John Dagget releases any right he might have May 29, 1675 before Thomas 
Mayhew, Gov. 

signed John Dogget 

[Dukes Deeds, 1-280.] 

Sept 15, 1677. Know all men whom it may concern that we whose names are 
underwritten have agreed to divide the farm our father gave us [then follows 
division] signed John Doggett 

Thomas Daggett 
Joseph Doggett 
Acknowledged before me by the three brethren above written by Thomas 
Mayhew, Gov. 

[Dukes Deeds, 1-1.5.] 



680. John Doggett^ {John'), born England (?), about 1626; 
died Rehoboth, Mass., September 9, 1707; married Rehoboth, 
Mass., 23, 9 mo., 1651, Anne Sutton. 

Issue : 

685.1. Anna Doggett,^ born Rehoboth, Mass., middle of August, 1653; 
married Rehoboth, Mass., March 12, 1684, Joseph, son of Sampson 
Mason; he born Rehoboth, Mass., March 6, 1663. 

686. ii. John Doggett,^ born Rehoboth, Mass., January 8, 1655; died Reho- 

both, Mass., last of March, 1662. 

687. iii. .Joseph Doggett,^ born Rehoboth, Mass., middle of November, 1657. 

688. Iv. Nathaniel Doggett,^ born Rehoboth, Mass., middle of August, 1661. 

689. V. Elizabeth Doggett,^ born Rehoboth, Mass., October 23, 1666. 

John Doggett was one of the early settlers of Rehoboth. The 
record of his family may still be seen in the town book, and the 
following is a tracing from the original entry : 



He does not appear, from the rpcords exjimined, to have taken any 
part ill public affairs until June 1 1658, when he was " on the grand 
enquest." This year (1658) he took the oath of fidelity in Reheboth. 

"June 22, 1658. At a town meeting lawfully warned, lots were 
drawn for the meadows that lie on the north side of the town (now 
in Attleboro'), and lot No. 34 fell to John Dogget." [Bliss, Reho- 


"June 1, 1663. John Doged of Rehobotb being by Capt Willett 
convicted of '2 lyes, is fined 20 shillings." [Court Orders, 4-48.] 

In 1666 a purchase of lands in the north side of Rehoboth (became 
afterward Attleboro') was first called the North Purchase, and of the 
seventy-nine shares in the land John Doggett had one share. 

Oct 16, 1666. John Doggett, John Woodcock and John Titus were chosen 
by the town to see what timber trees are fallen on the late purchased lands on 
the north side of our town and they shall have the forfeiture for their pains and 
the trees to those that the land shall fall to. 

May 26, 1668. John Doggett drew a lot in the meadow lands in 
the North Pui-chase. 

July 7, 1668. John Doged begins suit against George Robinson, 
for slander, and George Robinson makes acknowledgment to the 
court : 

I George Robinson acknowledge I have done John Doged wronge, in speaking 
words that tend to his defamation, for which I am sorry, and I had not ground 
so to report him in the case now depending in the court and therefore desire him 
to passe it by. [Mass. Col. Rec, Vol. VIII., p. 147.] 

"March 2, 166f. Cap' Thomas Willet complained against Mr. 
John Doged and John Miller, in an action of trespas, on the case to 
the damage of five pounds, for making and carrying away a p'cell of 
hay from lower Skesett the last hay season without his leave and 
order." Marked in margin, " This action was withdrawn." 

Among the names of those who drew for a division on the North 
Purchase, March 18, 166|, was John Doggett. [Daggetts, Attle- 

June 4, 1669. A writing of the lands of John Doged, of Reho- 
both. [Court Orders, 3-140.] 

January 9, 167f. John Dogget had liberty granted him to build 
a warehouse and wharf at the water side. 

June 5, 1672. He was surveyor of highways. 

June 3, 1674. Was sworn as constable. 

During King Philip's war Rehoboth was much distui-bed, and 
mauy of her residents killed, and their houses burned by the Indians. 
At one period of the war advances of money were made, and John 
Dogget contributed £11 Is. 3Jd. 

At the death of his father John Dogget came into possession of 
land on Martha's Vineyard, and the records on the Vineyard speak 
of him sometimes as Doggett and others as Daggett, the first indica- 
tions of such change in spelling being found on those records. 

May 29, 1676. He sells Joseph Daggett land at Edgartown. 
[Dukes Deeds, 1-280.] 

This tendency on the Vineyard to change in spelling is perhaps 


better illustrated by an exchange of lands between him and his 
brother, October 9, 1677, when: 

John Dogget of Eehoboth sells land at Rehoboth 22 acres, to his brother 
Thomas Dogget of Edgartown on Marthas Vineyard, his brother to take choice 
of one of 3 lots, signed by John and Anne Dogget (Bristol Deeds, 1-22), and 
Thomas Daggett, of Edgartown, sells land on the Vineyard, late belonging " to 
my father John Doggett deceased with the bounds as made lately between my 
brother John myself and my brother Joseph Daggett to my brother John 
Daggett," Thomas Doggett releasing all rights. Signed Thomas and Hannah 
Daggett. [Dukes Deeds, 1-323.] 

2 June, 1686, John Dogget was surveyor at Rehoboth. 

In a list of the inhabitants of Rehoboth, holding land under a cer- 
tain grant, February 7, 1689, his name is mentioned as John Daggett, 
and afterward so spelled on the records at Rehoboth. A point of 
land between Ten-mile river and the Pawtucket, upeu the north side 
of the former, is mentioned by Bliss as the probable location of a 
point called " Daggett's Point." 

August 5, 1G92, John Daggett of Rehoboth, in the Province of Mass. Bay in 
N.E. for 85£ paid by James AUin of the town of Chilmark, on Marthas Vine- 
yard, land in the township of Edgartown 330 acres near farm pond. [Dukes 
Deeds, 1-151.] 

This is probably his portion in his father's estate, together with 
the portion he bought of his brother, October 9, 1677. 

Eeb. 1, 170f. Sells John Dagget of Chilmark on Marthas Vineyard, 25 acres 
land in Attleboro. [Bristol Deeds, 5-246.] 

In the Bristol probate records, October 1, 1707, Nathaniel Dag- 
gett, son and executor of John Daggett, late of Rehoboth, deceased. 
Inventory amounts to £39 12s. lOd. 

681. Thomas Doggett- {John^), born Watertown, Mass. (?), 
about 1630 ; called his name Daggett ; died Edgartown,, Mass. ( ?) , be- 
tween March 18 and September 15, 1691 ; married, about 16.57, 
Hanuah Mayhew, daughter of Gov. Thomas and Jane Mayhew, 
of Edgartown, Mass.; born Watertown, Mass., 15, 4th mo., 16.35; 
died Edgartown, Mass., 1722. 

690. i. Thomas Doggett,^ born Edgartown, Mass., about 1658. 

691. li. Samuel Doggett,^ born Edgartown, Mass., about 1660; died Edgar- 

town, Mass., February 26, 17|^. 

692. iii. John Doggett,^ born Edgartown, Mass., 1662. 

693. It. Joshua Doggett,^ born Edgartown, MassI, about 1664. 

694. V. Israel Doggett,^ born Edgartown, Mass., about 1672. 

695. vi. Mercy Doggett,^ born Edgartown, Mass. 

Thomas Doggett married the eldest daughter of Governor Mayhew. 

The Mayhew family were prominent in the management of affairs 
on the island, and most of the early records now existiug are in the 
handwriting of members of that family. 


These records are the first showing a teudeucy to spell the name 
"Daggett," but for several years both spellings are used. 

Long after the name was spelled Daggett on the Vineyard (in the 
Registry of Deeds), the son Thomas was called Doggett in the 
Bristol county records, and I should therefore be inclined to 
the opinion that the Thomas Doggett who married Hannah Mayhew 
may not have himself called his name Daggett until near the close of 
his life. 

November 11, 1652. He and William Weeks are voted whale 
cutters for the year. 

In 1652 he was li^ang in Edgartown, as at that time " Richard 
Arey hath given him, a house lott between Jlr Burehard and Thomas 
Daggett's." [Hon. R. L. Pease.] 

August 3, 1670. Thomas Doged was clarke to the court at the 
Vineyard. [Plymouth Records.] 

June 20, 1679, he promises whatever Thomas Mayhew shall give 
to his daughter Hannah (his wife) , she shall be at liberty to dispose 
of as she likes. [Dukes Deeds, 1-322.] 

The Dukes and Bristol county deeds contain many transfers of 
land made by both Thomas and Hannah Daggett. 

Thomas Daggett is said to have been at one time magistrate of the 

March 18, 1691. Hannah Daggett, wife of Thomas Daggett, of Edgartown. 
for 30£, paid by son Thomas Daggett, late of the town of Bristol, in N.E. | of 
J of all the lands given me by the Worshipfull Thdraas Mayhew Esq late of 
Marthas Vineyard dec'd, Tlie whole 1| mile by the sea side, and about 2 miles 
inland, called Chickomo. [Dukes Deeds, 5-84.] 

Thomas Daggett died between March 18 and September 15, 1691, 
probably at Edgartown, but there are no records there to show the 
exact date. 

Even the probate records do not assist, as they are very imperfect, 
and contain no mention of the settlement of his estate. 

That he left no will is shown by a record in the Registry of Deeds, 
1-221, where his son Thomas gives Israel, his brother, land, 
regarding which he says: 

Lands which came to me the said Thomas, as heir to said Thomas Daggett, 
as well from the knowledge of tlie intent of my said fatlier, had Providence 
allowed him making a will. 

Dated September 15, 1691. 

Between September 12, 1695, and 1705, Mrs. Daggett man-ied 
Capt. Samuel Smith, of Edgartown, and died in Edgartown, 1722. 

" The last will and testament of Hannah Smith of ye town of Edgartown in 
Dukes County in Province of ye Massachusetts Bay, in New England, being in 


sound mind and understanding, doth make this my last will and testament, here- 
tofore by me made, done or supposed to be made," gives natural son, Israel Dag- 
gett, land at Edgartown, and Chappaquiddick, until his eldest son Samuel 
Daggett be 21 years, then to him and his heirs forever. Her two sons, Joshua 
and Israel, land at Edgartown. The same her executors. Dated Aug. 22, 1710. 
Proved Feb. 7, 172|. [Dukes Probate, 1-145.] 

682. Joseph Doggett'' (Jb/m'), born Watertown, Mass. (?), 
about 1634 ; called his name Daggett; married an Indian of Martha's 

Issue : 

696. i. Joseph Daggett,^ born Tisbury, Mass. (?) 

697. ii. Ellis (Alice) Daggett,-' died between March 19 and May 11, 1711. 

698. iii. Esther Daggett,-' married Edward Cottle, and had issue, Esther 


Joseph Doggett probably removed from Watertowu to the Vine- 
yard at an early age. The only information regarding him is found 
on the records at the Vineyard, and in the majority of cases his name 
is spelled Daggett. 

One instance, however, in the deeds, 1-322, May 29, 1675, is 
marked in the margin in pencil, "apparently original signatui'es," 
and in that case his name is spelled "- Dogget." In all other cases 
the name is in the handwriting of the one who made the record, and 
is sometimes spelled one way, and at other times the other. 

I should be inclined to the opinion that in this case, as with his 
brother Thomas, he may not have himself called his name Daggett; 
but if so, not until near the close of his life. 

The name of his wife does not appear, but the following deed to 
his two daughters would indicate that his wife may have been an 
Indian : 

Know all men by these presents that I, Puttuspagun, of Sanchacantackett, do 
freely give unto my cousins Hester and Ellis Daggett, a certain tract of meadow 
lying and being on the north side of Ohkeshkepe Neck, lying between Quaniamo 
and the western end of Asanostackitt Pond. I say, I do freely and firmly give, 
all the meadow with all the nookesand coves lying between the mentioned bounds, 
to my abovementioned cousins, their heirs and assigns, to have and to hold, for- 
ever free from me, my heirs or assigns, and this I do and have done for the 
natural love and affection to them, being of my near kindred, always to be 
understood that if they cannot enjoy the said meadow by reason of the English 
claim, that then it shall return to me or my heirs. And in witness, and in con- 
firmation of the premises, I have hereunto subscribed with my hand and put to 
my seal this five and twentieth day of March and in the year of our Lord, one 
thousand six hundred eighty and five. 

The mark of Pottuspagun 

Samuel Tilton 
Samuel : C : 

Acknowledged before Thomas Mayhew, Justice of Peace, and before Matt 
Mayhew, Chief Magistrate, by Mr Sara, alias Wabamuck, Sachim of Sancha- 
cantackett, that the above was by his knowledge and free approbation. 

Entered April 22, 1685. [Vol. I., p. 251, Land Records.] 


May 29, 1675. A tract of land in Edgartown, near a neck called Felix, his 
neck, which belonged to John Dogget, Senr., of Martha's Vineyard, lately de- 
ceased, but before his death giren to his son Joseph Daggett, but not recorded, 
therefor John Dagget, son and heir to John Dagget, releases any right he might 
have. [Dukes Deeds, 1-280.] 

Sept. 15, 1677. The undersigned agree to divide the farm our father gave 
us. John Dogget, Thomas Daggett, Joseph Doggett. Acknowledged before me 
by the three brethren above named by Thomas Mayhew Gov. [D.D., 1-15.] 

Many transfers of land are recorded in the name of Joseph Dag- 
gett, and he is mentioned as wheelwright, yeoman, husbandman, and 

Judge Sewall, in his Diary, under date of Monday, April 6, 1702, 
says : " Refresh at Chases, from thence ride to Tisbui-y, first man I 
speak with is Joseph Dogget. He tells me Mr. Kithcart keeps an 

He seems to have lived in Tisbury until sometime between Sep- 
tember 11, 1711, and June 24, 171.5, when he is called of Edgartown. 
The last record of him that has been found is March 5, 1720, when 
he is called one of the proprietors of Tisbury land. [D. D., 5-210.] 

684-. Hepzibah Doggett'' (Jo/m'), born Watertown, Mass. (?), 
1643 ; died May 3, 1726 ; married John Eddy; he died Tisbury (?), 
Mass., previous to December 24, 1717. 

Issue : 
699. i. Benjamin Eddt (?). 

John Eddy was one of the overseers of John Doggett's will. May, 
1673. He resided in Tisbury. 



687. Dr. Joseph Doggett^ (John,^ John^), born Rehoboth, 
Mass., middle of November, 1657; called his name Daggett; died 
Rehoboth, Mass., January 19, 1727; married Rehoboth, Mass., 
February 14, 168f, Mary Palmer, daughter of Jonah Palmer, of 
Rehoboth, Mass.; born Rehoboth, Mass., February 23, 1663; died 
Rehoboth, Mass., April 15, 1757. 

Issue : 

700. i. John Daggett,^ born Rehoboth, Mass., January 19, 168/,,-. 

701. ii. Mary Daggett,'' born Rehoboth, Mass., August 30, 1692. 

702. iii. Hannah Daggett,^ born Rehoboth, Mass., November 20, 1695; died 

Rehoboth, Mass., January 9, 1715. 

703. iv. Joseph Daggett,'' born Rehoboth, Mass., June 13, 1699. 

704. V. Hepsibah Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., September 29, 1701. 

705. vi. Martha Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., September 29, 1701. 

706. vii. Israel Daggett,* born Rehoboth, Mass., March 20, 170J. 


Dr. Joseph Doggett resided iu Rehoboth, Mass., where he appears 
to have practised medicine, and also to have been wheelwright and 

Among the Rehoboth soldiers who served in King Philip's war 
was Joseph Doggett, who was engaged in the Narragansett expedi- 
tion in 1676. [Bliss, Rehoboth.] 

Oct. 27, 1686, he buys with his brother Nathaniel, and Thomas Daggett, Esq., 
of Edgartown, 50 acres of land, on both sides of the Ten Mile river, at the falls, 
in the North Purchase. [Bristol Deeds, 5-84.] 

This was the laud immediately around the falls, iucludiug the 

" The first mill built at the falls was a corn mill, owned and occu- 
pied by Joseph Daggett. This was doubtless the first mill in town." 
[Daggett's Hist. Attleboro'.] 

February 7, 1689. Joseph Daggett is named in a list of inhabi- 
tants and proprietors of Rehoboth holding land under a grant from 
William Bradford. In 1690 he killed a wolf. 

Gay Head, on Martha's Vineyard, with its high-colored and varie- 
gated earth, suggested at an early day the existence of minerals. 

August 17, 1692, Joseph Daggett, of Rehoboth, and Samuel Gaskell, of Boston, 
buy of Thomas Harlock and Hannah Daggett, the right to search for mines or 
minerals, precious stones, &c., at Gayhead. [Dukes Deeds, 1-184.] 

"March 30, 1703, the town [Attleboro'] voted that Joseph Daggett, 
of Rehoboth, have the privilege that the stream at the Ten Mile river 
falls shall go free of all sorts of taxes until a corn mill has the con- 
stant custom of threescore families." [Hist. Attleboro.] 

The will of Dr. Joseph Daggett, of Rehoboth, is dated December 
23, 1726, and was proved March 21, 172f. 

In it he mentions his wife and children, and appoints his wife Mary 
Daggett executrix. [Bristol Probate.] 

688. Nathaniel Doggett' {John,- John'), born Rehoboth, 
Mass., middle of August, 1661; called his name Daggett; died 
Rehoboth, Mass. (?), 1708; married Rehoboth, Mass., June 24, 
1686, Rebecca MUler, daughter of John Miller, of Rehoboth, Mass. ; 
born Rehoboth, Mass., middle of November, 1661; died Rehoboth, 
Mass., AprU 9, 1711. 

707. i. Nathaniel Daggett,'' born Rehoboth, Mass., August 11, 1688; died 

Rehoboth, Mass., August 22, 1688. 

708. ii. Rebecca Daggett,'' born Rehoboth, Mass., October 8, 1689. 

709. iii. Elizabeth Daggett,'' born Rehoboth, Mass., Norember 14, 1691; 

died Rehoboth, Mass., February 11, 169^. 

710. iv. Jemima Daggett,'' born Rehoboth, Mass., December 12, 1692. 


711. y. Nathaniel Daggett,'' born Rehoboth, Mass., April 3, 1695. 

712. vi. John Daggett,'' born Rehoboth, Mass., March 16, 169f. 

713. vii. Abigail Daggett,'' born Rehoboth, Mass., March 19, 170f. 

714. viii. Amos Daggett,"* born Rehoboth, Mass., January 18, 170f. 
Nathaniel Doggett, wheelwright aud weaver, resided in Rehoboth. 
"February 7, 1689, Nathaniel Daggett mentioned in a list of the 

names of the inhabitants and proprietors of Rehoboth holding land 
under a grant to William Bradford." [Bliss, Rehoboth.] 

In a purchase of land at Rehoboth in 1694, he is called Dogget, 
while in another purchase in 1695 his name is spelled Daggett. 

In the Bristol probate files are several papers relating to the settle- 
ment of the estate of Nathaniel Daggett : 

His will, dated Feb. 5, 1708, in ivhich his wife is named executrix. 
An inventory of tlie estate of Nathaniel Daggett, left him by his father John 
Daggett, in reversion, after his mother's decease. Dated Dec. 30, 1708. 

Rebecca Daggett, his widow, did not long survive him, and in the 
Bristol Probate is an 

Inventory of the estate of widow Rebecca Daggett, late of Rehoboth, 
amounting to £121 2s. 15d., and dated April 27, 1711. 

An account of George Wood, of Rehoboth, administrator of the estate of 
Rebecca Daggett, widow, May 12, 1713. 

690. Capt. Thomas Doggett' {Thomas,- John'), born Edgar- 
town, Mass., about 1658; called his name Daggett; died Edgartown, 
Mass., August 23, 1726 ; married, about 1685, Elizabeth Hawes ; she 
died Edgartown, Mass., between December 25, 1732, and February 
15, 1733. 

Issue : 

715. 1.' Samuel Doggett,'' bapt. Bristol, Mass. (now R.I.), July 22, 1688. 

716. ii. Hannah Doggett,^ bapt. Bristol, Mass. (now R.I.), July 22, 1688. 

717. ill. Timothy Daggett,"' born Edgartown, Mass. (?), 1690. 

718. Iv. Elizabeth Daggett,'' born Edgartown, Mass. (?), about 1690; married 

Edgartown, Mass., December 16, 1708, by Mr. Donham, to John 
Butler, Jr. 

719. V. Benjamin Daggett,^ born Edgartown, Mass. (?), about 1691. 

720. vi. Thomas Daggett," born Edgartown, Mass. (?), about 1692. 

721. vii. Thankful Daggett,"* born Edgartown, Mass. (?). 

722. viii. Mart Daggett,'' born Edgartown, Mass., August 8, 1698. 

723. ix. Jemima Daggett,"" born Edgartown, Mass. (?). 

724. X. Desire Daggett, "* born Edgartown, Mass. (?) ; died between July 8, 

1726, and December 25, 1732. 

Captain Thomas Daggett, caipenter, gentleman, seems to have 
been called, like others of his family, both "Doggett" and "Dag- 
gett." The existing records at Bristol speak of him as the first, and 
those at Edgartown always as the last. 

The records of the Chiu-ch of Christ at Bristol, R.I. (formerly 
Mass.), mention, July 22, 1688, the baptism, by Rev. Samuel Lee, 
of Samuel and Hannah Doggett, children of Thomas Doggett. [Gen. 
Register, Vol. 34, p. 132.] 


The exact date of his settlement at Bristol has not been found, but 
is supposed to have been about 1685. Possibly he was previously 
at Eehoboth, and the Thomas who was constable there, June 3, 1684. 

February 11, 168|. Among the list of families in New Bristol, 
copied from original records of the " Church of Christ in Bristol," is 
Thomas Doggett, his wife, two children, and two sei-vants. [Gen. 
Register, Vol. 34, p. 405.] 

Dec 30, 1689. Thomas Doggett of Bristol, county Bristol, in New Eng- 
land, carpenter, and Elizabeth his now wife, for 16£ paid by Thomas Walker of 
Bristol, Tanner, land in Bristol at the south end of the town, bounded west by 
the street, being an estate of inheritance, recorded May 16, 1695. [Bristol 
Deeds, 2-150.] 

He removed from Bristol to Edgartown between December 30, 
1689, and March 18, 1691, or just before the death of his father. 

March 18, 1691. Samuel Daggett of Marthas Vineyard, for 20£ paid by his 
brother Thomas Daggett, late of the town of Bristol, in New England, sells all 
his rights at Chicomo. [Dukes Deeds, 5-8-t.] 

Oct. 29, 1692. Thomas Daget, now or late of Bristol, carpenter, and Eliza- 
beth, his now wife, for 42£ paid by William Stone, of Bristol, mariner, one 
house lot, and land containing 2 acres, in Bristol, bounded north by Corn Street, 
east by High St. South by land of Samuel Gallop, west by land of Benj. Ingles, 
and Jos. Baston, 16 X 20 rods, also xio"' part of 600 acres land laid out for 
common. Recorded Aug 11, 1713. [Bristol Deeds, 7-650.] 

Among the many transfers of land in which he was one of the 
parties he is mentioned as Lieutenant Daggett until 1697, and then as 
Captain Daggett, beginning with a deed in 1705. 

The only information that has been found regarding the life of 
Captain Daggett is what may be gathered from the deeds, with the 
single exception of a memorandum of him, which is found in the 
Diary of Rev. William Homes, of Chilmark: "Aug 28, 1726, On 
Thursday night last Capt Thomas Daggett of oldtown [Edgartown] 
departed this life. He had been ill several weeks. He was a peace- 
able man and well inclined, and of good understanding." 

The will of Captain Daggett is dated July 8, 1726, and by it he gives son 
Samuel's children, he being deceased,^ the land that was his fathers homestead; 
son Thomas Daggett the other half of the homestead ; son Timothy Daggett land 
at Edgartown; son Benjamin Daggett land at Edgartown; loving wife Elizabeth; 
six daughters Hannah, Elizabeth, Thankful, Mary, Jemina, Desire, gives them 
^ the stock, cattle, sheep and horses ; 3 living sons Executors. Proved Oct. 
1726. [Dukes Probate, 1-14, 15.] 

Inventory recorded May 12, 1727; real estate valued at £1393. 
Elizabeth did not long sur^^ve her husband, and at her decease left 
a will, an extract of which follows : 

Dec 25, 1732. Will of Elizabeth Daggett of Edgartown, gentlewoman: loving 
sou Benjamin; daughters. Thankful, Mary Norton, Jemima Butler, Hannah, 
Elizabeth ; daughter in law Mary ; sons Timothy, Thomas, Benjamin ; grandson 
Samuel Daggett; grandchildren, Seth, Solomon, Silvanus, Betty alias Elizabeth 
Daggett ; granddaughter Lydia Norton ; son Timothy sole executor. Proved 
Feb 15, 173j. [Dukes Probate, 1-79.] 


693. Deacon John Doggett^ {Thomas,^ John''), born Edgar- 
town, Mass., 1662 ; called his name Daggett; died Attleboro', Mass., 
September 7, 1724; married, about 168.5, Sarah Norton (?). 

Issue : 

725. i. Mayhew Daggett,'' born about 1686. 

726. ii. Ebe.nezer Daggett,'' bora Martha's Vineyard, August 29, 1690. 

727. iii. Thomas Daggett.'' 

728. iv. Napthali Daggett,'' died Attleboro', Mass., March 6, 171J. 

729. V. Abigail Daggett,'' born 1701. 

730. vi. Jane Daggett.'' 

731. vii. ZiLPHA Daggett.^ 

732. viii. Patience Daggett,'' born Martha's Vineyard, 1705. 

733. ix. Mart Daggett.'' 

Deacon John Daggett, yeoman, tanner, and innholder, was prob- 
ably born in Edgartown, Mass. He resided there until sometime 
previous to February 8, 1683, when 

" John Daggett late of Edgartown on Marthas Vineyard " sells " 10 acres of 
land which the town of Edgartown gave me," to "my father Thomas Daggett of 
Edgartown." [Dukes Deeds, 5-72.] 

February 20, 169|. John Daggett releases any claim he might 
have to estate of his mother, Hannah Daggett, " located near the 
Gurnet." [Dukes Deeds, 1-104.] 

March 17, 1693. John Daggett of Prudence, on Marthas Vineyard, buys 14 
acres land on road from Tisbury to Holmes Hole, from his brother Joshua 
Daggett. [Dulses Deeds, 1-225.] 

March 17, 1693. John Daggett of Prudence, on Marthas Vineyard, buys 80 
acres land of his brother Joshua Daggett. [Dukes Deeds, 1-315] 

Prudence, which is here named as his residence, was a portion of 
Tisbury, and the records speak of " the manuour of Tisbury, com- 
monly called Chilmark," so that although each of these places is 
named at different times as his residence, it is probable that after 
lea-ving Edgartown he resided during his residence on the island in 
what is now called Tisbury. 

Sept. 12, 1695. Hannah Daggett, widow of Cap' Thomas Daggett, late of 
Edgartown, on Marthas Vineyard, in consideration of lore, and natural affection, 
for her son John Daggett, of Marthas Vineyard, gives him land at the Vineyard. 
[Dukes Deeds, 1-889.] 

The following deeds are of the first piu'chases of laud made by 
him in Attleboro' : 

Not 12, 1701 Israel Daggett, of Marthas Vineyard, for 40£, paid by John 
Daggett of Marthas Vineyard, his brother, land in Attleboro, 25 acres at the 
falls. [Bristol Deeds, 15-505.] 

Feb. 1, 170j. John Daggett, of Rehoboth, sells 25 acres land in Attleboro, to 
John Daggett, of Chilmark,^ on Marthas Vineyard. [Bristol Deeds, 5-246.] 

July 28, 1704. Thomas Butler, of Chilmark, sells John Daggett of same 
lands and meadow in Rehoboth, and Attleboro, County Bristol, formerly in tenure 


of Thomas Doggett, Esq: late deceased, and Israel Daggett, his son, excepting 
only those lands and marshes, which were sold by Israel Daggett, or Thomas 
Butler. [Bristol Deeds, 4-304.] 

June 10, 1711. John Daggett, of Chilmark, yeoman, and Mayhew Daggett, 
of Attleboro, County Bristol, yeoman, bind themselves to John Devotion, of 
Attleboro, in the sum of 200£. [Bristol Deeds, 7-267.] 

Mayhew Daggett, as seen in above, having preceded his father in 
the removal to Attleboro', may have been an inducement to hasten 
the removal of the family there. 

The purchase of the farm to which the family removed was on 
July 10, 1711, " when John Devotion, of Attleboro', for 400£, con- 
veys farm in Attleboro containing 280 acres, bounded by Wrentham 
line, to John Daggett, of Chilmark, Marthas Vineyard, with 25 acres 
on 10 mile river, except 2 acres, the barn, and orchard, now in pos- 
session of Penticost Blackinton ; also whole share in the undivided 
lands in Attleboro." [Bristol Deeds, 7-27.] 

John Daggett and family removed from Martha's Vineyard to Attle- 
boro' between October 17, 1711, and December 24, 1712. 

After the purchase of the farm at Attleboro' he sells much of his 
land at the Vineyard. 

Having removed to Attleboro', it would seem that he at once became 
an innkeeper, and soon became interested in town and church affairs. 
His house is reported as being used as a garrison house. 

His lands being located on the road from Boston to Rhode Island, 
and his tavern a convenient stopping-place en route, he soon became 
well known, not only to the people of Attleboro', but to all travellers 
between Boston and Rhode Island. 

" In 1720 Deacon John Daggett was representative of the town of 
Attleboro." [Hist. Attleboro'.] 

April 16, 1722. John Daggett of Attleboro, yeoman, for 550£ sells, Alex- 
ander Maxey of Gloucester, County Essex, yeoman, homestead farm in Attle- 
boro, at a place called Ten Mile River, to a place called M' Hope hill, 170 acres, 
excepting a small piece of ground 6 rods square, where the burying place now is, 
which I, the said Daggett, reserved for my own use and the use of my neighbors. 
[Bristol Deeds, 15-8.5.] 

April 6, 1724, he sells 103 acres, on Ten Mile river, at the falls, to son May- 
hew Daggett. [Bristol Deeds, 15-504.] 

Deacon John Daggett died September 7, 1724, leaving a will 
dated April 13, 1724, in which he leaves his 'property to his wife and 
children. This will was proved October 20, 1724. 

The inventory, dated September 28, 1724, amounts to £525 4s. Id., 
and mentions land at Martha's Vineyard and at Mansfield, Conn. 
[Bristol Probate.] 

In what was, apparently, originally the centre of the old Hatch 
burying-ground in Attleboro', there stands erect, in a good state of 


preservation, a stone, with cherub at the top and ornaments at the 
sides, with the following inscription : 

Here lies Interred 
Ye Body of Dea- 
con John Daggett 
DeC Sepf ye 7"^ 
1724 in ye 63^ 
year of his age 

Among the family papers of an old Boston family was found the 
following epitaph, which has been sent the writer, and is supposed to 
refer to Deacon John Daggett, and shows the retention of the original 
spelling : 


Innbolder at Attleborough. 

If ever dram to thee was dear, 
Drop on John Doggett's grave a Tear ; 

Who when alive so well did tend, 
The Rich, the Poor, the Foe, the Friend; 

To every knock, and every call. 
He said I'm coming unto all; 

At length Death knocks ! poor Doggett cry'd, 
And said "I'm coming Sir! and Dy'd. 

After the death of her husband, Mrs. Daggett authorizes her son 
to sell lands on the Vineyard : 

Aug. 27, 1733. widow of John Daggett, of Attleboro, appoints Ebenezer 
Daggett, her son, of Attleboro, Innkeeper, her agent, to sell all lands on Mar- 
thas Vineyard, by her own and her husbands right. [Dukes Deeds, 5-383.] 

Sept. 3, 1733. Ebenezer Daggett, of Attleboro, Innbolder, by above right, 
sells 30 acres of land, at Holmes Hole, in Edgartown, being that tract his 
father, John Daggett, bought of Thomas West, late of Holmes Hole Dec 18, 
1699. (Dukes Deeds, 5-385.) 

Mrs. Sarah Daggett, widow of Deacon John Daggett, married 
Banfield Capron, December 16, 1735. She was his third wife. He 
died August 20, 1752, aged ninety-two years. When she died or 
where she is buried the descendants cannot tell. 

693. Joshua Doggett' {Thomas,^ John'), born Edgartown, 
Mass., about 1664, called his name Daggett; died Edgartown, Mass., 
between September 10, 1737, and February 14, 1738; married, about 
1686, Hannah Norton, daughter of Isaac and Ruth (Bayes) Norton. 

Issue : 

734. i. Brothekton Daggett,'' born Edgartown, Mass., 1687. 

735. ii. Martha Daggett,'' born Prudence, Mass., about 1688; married (inten- 

tion August 4, 1709) Nicholas Norton, son of Benjamin Norton. 

736. iii. Jacob Daggett,'' born Prudence, Mass., about 1690. 

737. iv. Hepsieah Daggett,'' born Prudence, Mass., about 1692; married Ed- 

gartown, Mass., between January and June 10, 1716, by Mr. Samuel 
Wiswall, to Jatjez Trapp. 

738. v. Deborah Daggett, "i born Edgartown, Mass., about 1694; married Ed- 

gartown, Mass., May 9, 1717, by Enoch Coffin, to John Isham, of 
Barnstable, Mass. 


Joshua Daggett, yeoman, resided at Prudence and Edgartown, 
Martha's Vineyard. 

The records contain many deeds to and from him, and among them 
one, July 26, .1717, where he sells land in Edgartown to John Isham, 
late of Barnstable, now of Edgartown, and another in which he cpu- 
veys to Brotherton Daggett the west part of his house and land, De- 
cember 27, 1718. 

The will of Joshua Daggett, of Edgartown, yeoman, is dated Sep- 
tember 10, 1737, and was proved February 14, 173|. In it he men- 
tions : loving wife Hannah Daggett ; son Brotherton Daggett ; son- 
in-law John Isham ; son Jacob Daggett ; daughters Martha, Hep- 
zibah, and Deborah. Wife Hannah and sou Brotherton named as 
executors. [Dukes Probate, 1-86.] 

July 29, 1743. Hannah Daggett, widow of Joshua Daggett, sells land in Ed- 
gartown, to Jabez Tripp, of Edgartown, and John Isham of Windsor, Conn. 
[Dukes Deeds, 7-275.] 

694. Israel Doggett'' {Thomas," John.'), born Edgartown, 
Mass., about 1672; called his name Daggett; married Edgartown, 
Mass., January 31, 1701, by Mr. Donham, to Ruth Norton, daughter 
of Nicholas ( ?) Norton. 

739.1. Samuel Daggett,'' born Edgartown, Mass., January 7, 1702; died 
Edgartown, Mass., November 13, 1717. 

740. ii. Mart Daggett,'' born Edgartown, Mass., January 29, 1704. 

741. ill. Sakah Daggett," born Edgartown, Mass., December 2, 1706. 

742. It. Joshua Daggett,'' born Edgartown, Mass., August 4, 1709. 

743. T. Jane Daggett," born Edgartown, Mass., December 22, 1711 ; married 

Temple Philip Cooke. 

Israel Daggett, husbandman, mason, resided in Edgartown, Mass. 

Sept 15, 1691 Thomas Daggett of Edgartown, upon Marthas Vineyard, in 
the Province of New York, whereas, my father Thomas Daggett, late deceased, 
dyed seized of lands, lying, situate, and being, in the town of Rehoboth, in the 
county of New Bristol, in the Colony of New Plymouth, in America, being a 
house lot, and divers other parcels of land, in said Township, which lands came 
to me, the said Thomas, as heir to said Thomas Daggett, as well from the knowl- 
edge cf the intent of my said father, had Providence allowed him making a will, 
as also in consideration of the love, good will, and natural affection, which I 
bear to my youngest brother, Israel Daggett . . . gives him the lands, pro- 
vided he live to 21 years, or commit lawful matrimony, and until he does one, or 
the other, gives the lands to the care of William Carpenter. [Dukes Deeds, 

May, 13, 1701. Indenture between Israel Dogget, of Edgartown, in Dukes 
County, and Thomas Butler, of the same. Por 80£, Israel Dogget, sells land in 
Rehoboth, being land laid out to Thomas Doggett, Esq., deceased, father of 
Israel. [Bristol Deeds, 3-255.] 

This last deed shows the retention of the original spelling. 
He sells many different pieces of land on the Vineyard and at 


One deed, March 6, 173|, in which he calls himself mason, and 
sells house and land in Edgartown, near " the Clay Pitts," to Enoch 
Coffin. [Dukes Deeds, 6-180.] 

Israel Daggett was a member of the church in Edgartown. 

696. Joseph Daggett'' {Joseph,'' JoJm'), born Tisbury, 
Mass. (?) ; died Edgartown, Mass. (?),1718; married Tisbui-y, 
Mass. (?), about 1693, Amy Mantor (?). 

Issue : 

744. i. John Daggett,' born about 1694. 

745. ii. Amy Daggett,'' born about 1696. 

746. iii. Joseph Daggett,'' born about 1698 ; October 21, 1718, has James Allen 

appointeil his guardian. 

747. iv. Temperance Daggett,'' born about 1701 ; October 21, 1718, has cousin 

Samuel Mantor appointed her guardian ; released July 28, 1719. 

748. V. Elizabeth Daggett," born about 1704; August 3, 1719, receives her 

share in her father's estate. 

749. tI. Hepsiba Daggett,'' born about 1706. 

Joseph Daggett, of Tisbury, left a will dated October 11, 1704, 
and proved August 12, 1718. 

He mentions his wife. Amy Daggett, as executrix ; son John Dag- 
gett, land in Edgartown ; sou Joseph Daggett, land in Tisbury ; 
mentions daughters Amy, Temperance, and Elizabeth Daggett • 
[Dukes Probate, 1-60.] 



700. Lieut. John Daggett^ (Joseph,^ John," John^), born 
Rehoboth, Mass., January 19, 1689-90; died Rehoboth, Mass., 
January 8, 1772; married Elizabeth Dorman, daughter of Timothy 
and Elizabeth (Knowltou) Dorman, of Boxford, Mass. ; born Box- 
ford, Mass., December 7, 1691; died Rehoboth, Mass., August 7, 

Issue : 

750.1. John Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., August 2, 1723; died Reho- 
both, Mass., August 22, 1723. 

751. ii. Makv Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., December 21, 1727; died 

Rehoboth, Mass., August 21, 1741. 

752. iii. John Daggett,* born Rehoboth, Mass., June 30, 1780; died Rehoboth, 

Mass., June 30, 1732. 

753. ir. John Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., April 27, 1732; died Rehoboth, 

Mass., previous to 1767. 


Lieut. Johu Daggett, housewright, was a resident of Rehobotb, 


Feb. 12, 172f, he purchased land adjoining his house. [Bristol Deeds, 

Nov. 25, 1728, and Dec. +, 1730, he male other purchases of land in Rehoboth. 
[Bristol Deeds, 19-36, and 482.] 

The will of Johu Daggett, of Rehoboth, is dated September 10, 
1767, and was proved January 27, 1772. 

lu it he gives his uephew, William Daggett, son of his brother 
Israel Daggett, land in Cumberland which belonged to his grand- 
father, John Daggett, aud called " the Miue Lot." 

Daniel Daggett, son of his brother Israel Daggett, land in 

Mentions also John, son of abovesaid Daniel Daggett. Daniel 
Daggett executor. [Bristol Probate.] 

701. Mary Daggett" {Joseph,^ John,- John^), born Rehoboth, 
Mass., August 30, 1692; married, Rehoboth, Mass., December 20, 
1716, Timothy Ide, sou of Timothy and Elizabeth Ide; born Re- 
hoboth, Mass., October 1, 1688. 

Issue : 

754. i. IcHAEOD Ide,* born Rehoboth, Mass., March 31, 1717. 

755. ii. Timothy Ide,* born Rehoboth, Mass., March 31, 1719. 

756. iii. John Ide,* born Rehoboth, Mass., February 27, 1728. 

757. It. Peleg Ide,* born Rehoboth, Mass., January 27, 173k 

703. Joseph Daggett" (Joseph,^ John,^ John'), born Re- 
hoboth, Mass., June 13, 1699; died Attleboro', Mass., February 16, 
173|; married Rehoboth, Mass., December 29, 172-, by Rev. Johu 
Greenwood, to Margaret PuUen, of Bristol, R.I. 

Issue : 

758.1. Simeon Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., October 14, 1723; died be- 
tween 1746 and 1758. 
759. ii. Hannah Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., January 21, 172-. 

Joseph Daggett, wheelwright, of Rehoboth, was baptized in 1699, 
at the Rehoboth church. 

Not 13, 1725 and Feb 23 172f he makes transfers of real estate. [Bristol 
Deeds, 17-404 and 156.] 

An inventory of the estate of Joseph Daggett was talven March 
10, 173f. 

Margaret Daggett, widow, was appointed administratrix of the 
estate of Joseph Daggett, of Attleboro', May 20, 173.5. 

Account of Margaret Tree, late widow of Joseph Daggett, late of 
Attleboro'. [Bristol Probate.] 


Richard Tree and Margaret Daggett were married in Attleboro' 
April 27, 1736, and had: 

Eunice Tree, born Attleboro', January 30, 173f. 

Levina Tree, born Attleboro', January 13, 1741; died Attleboro', January 
13, 1741. 

The records of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, 
March, 1745, contain the 

Petition of Richard Tree of Rehoboth and others, heirs of Joseph Dogget, 
late of Attleboro, deceased, showing that the real estate of said deceased was 
distributed to Margaret, Hannah, the petitioners, and Simeon, his only son, 
agreeable to Law, th;it the said Simeon Dagget (being then a minor) had his 
uncle Israel Dagget, of Rehoboth, duly appointed his Guardian, who accepted 
that trust ; that about 5 years since the said Simeon went abroad and has never 
been heard of since and is probably dead, yet the guardian so appointed refuses 
(though the said Simeon if living is 22 years of age) to deliver up the said 
estate, or income thereof, to the petitioners, the true heirs, but converts it to 
his own use. They therefore pray that said guardian be ordered to deliver pos- 

March 15, 1745. Ordered that the estate be distributed. 

This petition and order was evidently premature, as the will of 
Simeon Daggett, of Attleboro', dated August 20, 1746, calls himself 
"mariner," mentions his sister Hannah and uncle Israel, and this 
instrument was proved April 5, 1758, showing that he had returned 
after the above order was passed. 

The Bristol probate records also disclose the fact that Simeon 
Daggett's mother, while a widow, gave him to his uncle John Dag- 
gett, of Rehoboth, after which she married Richard Tree, and then 
wanted him, to which he objected, August 25, 1736. 

704. Hepsibah Daggett^ {Joseph,^ John,- John'), born Reho- 
both, Mass., September 29, 1701 ; died Rehoboth, Mass., AugTist 
12, 1736; married Rehoboth, Mass., December 16, 1725, by Rev. 
John Greenwood, to Noah Chaffee, son of Nathaniel and Experience 
Chaffee, of Rehoboth; bom Relioboth, Mass., December 17, 1692; 
died previous to 1736. 

Issue : 

760. i. Isaiah Chaffee," born Rehoboth, Mass., November i, 1727. 

761. ii. SHnBAEL Chaffee,* born Rehoboth, Mass., March 23, 172^,7. 

762. iii. Christopher Chaffee,* born Rehoboth, Mass., August 7, 1731. 

705. Martha Daggett* {Joseph,^ John,' John'), born Reho- 
both, Mass., September 29, 1701; married Rehoboth, Mass., August 
23, 1720, Nathaniel Cooper, son of Thomas and Susanna Cooper, of 
Rehoboth; born Rehoboth, Mass., January 9, 1694. 

Issue : 

7G3. i. Judith Cooper," born Rehoboth, Mass., March 8, 1726. 

764. ii. Hepsibeth Cooper," born Rehoboth, Mass., April 8, 1729. 

765. iii. Martha Cooper,* born Rehoboth, Mass., April 8, 1729; died Reho- 

both, Mass., December 2, 1729. 


706. Israel Daggett* {Jose2}h,^ John,^ John ^), horn Rehohoth, 
Mass., March 20, 170|; died Rehoboth, Mass., 1777; married, 1st, 
Boxford, Mass., April 15, 1724, Hannah Dormau, daughter of 
Timothy and Elizabeth (Knowitou) Dormau, of Boxford; born 
Boxford, Mass., December 22, 1698; married, 2d, Lydia. 

Issue : 

766.1. Timothy Daggett,* born Rehoboth, Mass., June 9, 1725; died 
Kehoboth, Mass., February 20, 1726. 

767. ii. Joseph Daggett,* born Rehoboth, Mass., December 2, 1726; died 

Rehoboth, Mass., February 24, 1727. 

768. iii. Hepsaeeth Daggett,* born Rehoboth, Mass., October 7, 1728; died 

Rehoboth, Mass., December 27, 1728. 

769. iv. William Daggett,* born Rehoboth, Mass., November 1, 1729. 

770. V. Daniel Daggett,* born Rehoboth, Mass., November 16, 1731. 

771. vi. Hannah Daggett,* born Rehoboth, Mass., June 9, 173-1. 

772. vii. Israel Daggett,* born Rehoboth, Mass., April 28, 1737. 

773. viii. Lydia Daggett,* born Rehoboth, Mass., June 15, 1739. 

774. ix. Sarah Daggett,* born Rehoboth, Mass., April 23, 1742. 

775. X. Martha Daggett,* born Rehoboth, Mass., January 31, 174|. 

Israel Daggett was baptized in the Eehoboth church, April 30, 

A negro, called "Prince," is mentioned as his mau servant in 1772. 

The will of Israel Daggett, of Rehoboth, is dated January 12, 1767, 
and was proved June 24, 1777. In it he mentions beloved wife 
Lydia Daggett ; sons WUliam, Israel, and Daniel ; daughters Lydia, 
Sarah, and Martha. [Bristol Probate.] 

708. Rebecca Daggett'' {Nathaniel,^ John,'' Johri'), born Reho- 
both, Mass., October 8, 1689 ; married Rehoboth, Mass., AprU 30, 
1710, George Wood, son of Thomas and Rebecca Wood, of Swansea, 
Mass. ; born Swansea, Mass., July 30, 1679. 

776. i. THANKFnL Wood,* born Swansea, Mass., January 16, 1721. 

777. ii. Lydia Wood,* born Swansea, Mass., May 6, 1726. 

778. iii. James Wood,* born Swansea, Mass., May 6, 1729. 

711. Nathaniel Daggett^ {Nathaniel,' John,^ John''), born 
Rehoboth, Mass., April 3, 1695 ; married Attleboro', Mass., April 30, 
1724, Lydia Tiffany. 

Issue : 

779. i. Lydia Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., May 2, 1727; married Attle- 

boro', Mass., August 13, 1748, John Crane, of Raynham, Mass. 

780. ii. Bethiah Daggett,* boru Attleboro', Mass., July 17, 1729. 

781. iii. Nathaniel Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., June 19, 1731. 

782. iv. Reuben Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., August 31, 1733. 

783. V. Amos Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., September 5, 1735. 

784. vi. Joseph Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., October 14, 1737. 

785. vii. Amy Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., January 14, 1744. 

786. viii. Nathaniel Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., April 29, 1747. 


Nathaniel Daggett, " cooper," " husbaudmau," resifled iiiRehoboth, 
aud afterward in Attleboro', Mass. 

April 11, 1719 he sold land in Rehoboth [Bristol Deeds, 13-187] and May 
2, 1719 bought 107i acres '-upland, swamp, anil meadow" in Attleboro. 
[Bristol Deeds, 13-114.] 

May 12, 1729 Nathaniel Daggett of Attleboro sells land there to John Titus 
of Rehoboth. [Bristol Deeds, 19-513.] 

Possibly Mrs. Daggett may have married, 2d, at Rehoboth, by 
Thomas Brown, to John "Wood, of Newport. 

712. John Daggett ■* {Nathaniel,^ John,- John ') , born Rehoboth, 
Mass., March 16, 169f; died Rehoboth, Mass., July (?), 1738; 
married Swansea, Mass., June 1.5, 1721, Hopestill "Wood, daughter 
of John and Bethia (Mason) Wood, of Swansea, Mass. ; born 
Swansea, Mass., February 20, 169f. 

Issue : 

787. i. Rebecca Daggett,* born Rehoboth, Mass., May 2, 1722. 

788. ii. John Daggett,* born Rehoboth, Mass., November 6, 1723. 

789. iii. Hopestill Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., January 9, 1725. 

790. It. Sarah Daggett,* born Rehoboth, Mass., January 26, 172^; married 

Mr. Pain. 

791. V. Abigail Daggett,* born Rehoboth, Mass., January 19, 1723"if. 

792. vi. James Daggett,* born Rehoboth, Mass., January 2, 173^. 

793. vii. Nathan Daggett,* born Rehoboth, Mass.. December 24, 1733. 

794. viii. Joshua Daggett,* born Rehoboth, Mass., December 25, 1735. 

The inventory of the estate of John Daggett, of Rehoboth, was 
taken July 14, 1738, aud amounted to £1401 10s. lid. 

Hope Daggett, widow, was appoiuted administratrix of the estate 
September 19, 1738. 

November 10, 1744, Rebecca Daggett, daughtei' of John, wishes a 
division of her father's estate. 

Hope Brown, late widow and administratrix of the estate of John 
Daggett, wishes a division, November 12, 1744. 

December 10, 1744, Aaron "Wheeler, husband of Hopestill, 
daughter of John Daggett, wishes a division. 

The estate was divided March 18, 1744, among Hope, late widow 
of deceased, now wife of Joseph Brown ; sous John, James, Nathan, 
and Joshua Daggett ; and daughters Rebecca Brown, Hope "Wheeler, 
Sarah Pain, and Abigail Daggett. [Bristol Probate.] 

714. Amos Daggett" (Nathaniel,'^ JoJin,^ John'), born Re- 
hoboth, Mass., January 18, 170|; died Swansea, Mass., 1771 ; mar- 
ried, Swansea, Mass., July 3, 1733, Mary Sisson. 

Issue : 

795. i. Mary Daggett,* born Swansea, Mass., April 2, 1734; died Swansea, 


796. ii. Mart Daggett,* born Swansea, Mass., April 2, 1735. 

797. iii. Elizabeth Daggett,* born Swansea, Mass., April 24, 1740; married 

Swansea, Mass., March 16, 1769, William Salisbury, of "Warren, R.I. 

798. iv. Job Daggett,* born Swansea, Mass., March 2, 1746. 


Amos Daggett was a " husbandraau" of Swansea. 

April 6, 1709, Moses Reed was appointed his guardian, and he 
was called " aged about 6 years, son of Nathaniel Daggett, late of 
Eehoboth." [Bristol Probate.] 

Nov. 13, 172.5, he calls himself of Swansea, in a deed of land in 
Rehoboth. [Bristol Deeds, 17-404.] 

The will of Amos Daggett, of Swansea, is dated June 25, 1770, 
and was proved November 11, 1771. 

He gives to his daughters, Mary Daggett and Elizabeth Salisbury, 
each ten silver dollars. 

To his beloved son .Job Daggett he gives all the rest of his estate. 
[Bristol Probate.] 

715. Samuel Doggett " {Thomas," Thomas," John'), bapt. 
Bristol, Mass., July 22, 1688; called his name Daggett; died before 
1726; married, Edgartown, Mass., July 11, 1705, by Benjamin 
Skiffe, Esq., to Mary Pease, daughter of Sergeant Thomas and 
Bathsheba Pease, of Edgartown; born Edgartown, Mass., February 
17, 1685. 

Issue : 

799. i. Samuel Daggett, ° born Edgartown, Mass. (?), about 170G. 

800. ii. Seth Daggett,^ born February 5, 1713. 

801. iii. Solomon Daggett.^ 

802. iv. Stlvands Daggett.^ 

803. V. Love Daggett,^ married Rev. ,Tohn Lischer. Issue ; i. Lewis Liscber;° 

ii. William Liscber.^ 

804. vi. Elizabeth Daggett.^ 

July 22, 1688, Samuel, sou of Thomas Doggett, was baptized by 
Rev. Samuel Lee, pastor of the Church of Christ at Bristol, R.I. 
(formerly Mass.). This church was organized May 3, 1687. 

The name in this baptismal record is spelled with an " o," but as the 
family soon returned to the Vineyard the only records extaut con- 
form to the changed spelling, and we afterward find him referred to 
as Daggett. 

Married when quite young, he doubtless made his home in Tisbury. 

717. Capt. Timothy Daggett^ (TJiomas,^ Thomas,- John'), 
born Edgartown, Mass. (?), 1690; died Edgartown, Mass., Septem- 
ber 17, 1775; married Edgartown, Mass., May 6, 1717, by Enoch 
Coffin, Esq., to Mary Smith, daughter of Benjamin Smith, of Edgar- 
town ; born 1694; died Edgartown, Mass., October 2, 1781. 

Capt. Timothy Daggett, gentleman, resided in Edgartown, Mass. 

Feb. 2, 172j, his father gave him 2 acres of land in Edg.artown. [Dukes 
Deeds, 3-528.] 


He (with his two brothers) was executor of his father's estate in 
1726, and in 1733 the sole executor of his mother's estate. 

The will of Benjamin Smith, of Edgartown, 14 February, 1719, 
mentions his daughter Mary Daggett. 

The lands which thus came to them by inheritance were increased 
between this time and January 23, 1759, by the purchase of six 
other estates, all located in the town of Edgartown. 

His name also occurs in the Dukes Deeds, between January 13, 
172|, and January 13, 1773, as making eighteen different sales of 
land in Edgartown, at Cape Poeg, at Chappaquiddick, and at Farm 

Sept 26, 1737, Timothy Daggett of Edgartown Gentleman, exchanges lands in 
Edgartown for others at Chappaquiddick. [Dukes Deeds, 6-304-, 6, 10.] 

Feb 16, 1740 he is appointed Attorney for Sylvanus Daggett of Providence 
[Dukes Deeds, 7-130], and in March 1743 is acting as guardian of John Worth. 

There are but seventy-three stones remaining in the first burial 
place in Edgartown, and of this number three are for Daggetts. Of 
these are : 

"Cap'. Timothy Daggett died Sept 17, 1775 aged 85 yrs." and " Mary Dag- 
gett wife of Cap' Timothy died Oct. 2, 1781, aged 87 years." 

719. Deacon Benjamin Daggett ^ (TAonias,' Thomas,- John'), 
born Edgartown, Mass. ( ?), about 1691 ; died Fox Island, Me., 1783 ; 
married, 1734, Margery Homes, daughter of Rev. William and Cath- 
erine (Craighead) Homes, of Chilmark; died (buried Edgartown) 
May 3, 1783. 

Issue : 

805. i. Elizabeth Daggett,^ bapt. Edgartown, Mass., April 20, 1735; mar- 

ried Edgartown, Mass., November 3, 1757, Samuel Whelden. 

806. ii. Catherine Daggett,* bapt. Edgartown, Mass., 1736; unmarried, Feb- 

ruary 7, 1762. 

807. iii. William Daggett,* born Edgartown, Mass., November 18, 1738; 

died Edgartown, Mass., September 14, 1740. 

808. iv. Timotht Daggett,' born Edgartown, Mass., January 31, 174:^;' died 

Edgartown, Mass., February 3, 174-/2. 

809. V. Benjamin Daggett,* born Edgartown, Mass., December 1, 1742. 

810. vi. John Daggett,* bapt. Edgartown, Mass., November 4, 1744. 

811. vii. Hannah Daggett,* bapt. Edgartown, Mass., January 28, 1748; mar- 

ried Edgartown, Mass., September 21, 1769, Thomas Stewart. 

812. viii. Mart Daggett,* bapt. Edgartown, Mass., May 5, 1751. 

Deacon Benjamin Daggett, yeoman, seems to have lived in Edgar- 
town, afterward at Chilmai-k, and toward 'the close of his life at 

He held the office of deacon in the church for forty years. Benja- 
min Daggett was admitted to the church in Edgartown, April 20, 

Dukes Deeds contain 15 different transfers of real estate in which he was 
either buying or selling land in Edgartown, at Cape Poeg, at Farm neck and at 


720. Thomas Daggett'' {Thomas,^ Thomas,' John^), horn Edgar- 
town, Mass. (?), about 1G92; inamecl Love Coffin, daughter of 
Enoch and Beulah (Eddy) Coffin, of Martha's Vineyard; born 1702. 

Thomas Daggett, yeoman, gentleman, resided in Edgartown, Mass. 
He appears from the Eegistry of Deeds to have bought or sold eight 
different pieces of land in Edgartown, between 1727 and 1746. 

Love Daggett, his wife, owned the covenant, and was baptized in 
the church in Edgartown, October 10, 1742; admitted to the church, 
August 3, 1746. 

Thomas Daggett was admitted to full communion at the church iu 
Edgartown in 1748. 

Between this time and 1769 he makes seven more transfers of real 
estate, and on the last-named year sells one-half pew in Edgartown. 
No fui-ther records regarding him have been found. 

723. Mart Daggett* (Thomas,^ Thomas,' Join i^), born Edgar- 
town, Mass., August 8, 1698; married, 1722, Matthew Norton, son 
of Benjamin Norton; born April 12, 1696. 

Issue : 

813. i. John Norton,^ born Edgartown, Mass., July 25, 1723. 

814. u. Matthew Norton," born Edgartown, Mass., August 18, 172,5. 

815. iii. Elizabeth Norton," born Edgartown, Mass., March 23, 1724. 

816. iy. HuLDAH Norton," born Edgartown, Mass., July 10, 1731. 

817. V. Beriah Norton,* born Edgartown, Mass., January 12, 173if. 

818. vi. Jerusha Norton," born Edgartown, Mass., July 8, 173G. 

819. vii. Lois Norton,* born Edgartown, Mass., April 20, 1789. 

723. Jemima Daggett" {Thomas,^ Thomas," John'), married 
Thomas Butler, son of John and Mary Butler. 
Issue : 

820. i. David Bctler, married December 2, 1725, Anna Hatch, daughter of 

Samuel and Lydia Hatch, of Chilmark. 

725. Capt. Mathew Daggett"" {John," Thomas," John'), born 
about 1686; died Attleboro', Mass., March 17, 1752; married Attle- 
boro', Mass., October 11, 1709, Joanna Biven, of Deerfield, Mass. 

Issue : 

821. i. Blihu Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., August 6, 1710. 

822. ii. Sarah Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., May 17, 1715. 

823. iii. Beulah Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., November 17, 1719. 

824. iv. ZiLPUA Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., October 28, 1726. 

825. T. Anna Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., July 18, 1728; married Carrol 


Capt. Mayhew Daggett, also called deacon, was of Attleboro', 
yeoman, June 10, 1711. [Bristol Deeds, 7-267.] 

How long before 1709 (the date of his marriage) he had resided in 

Attleboro' does not appear. 

He bought land there Au? 2, 1715. [B.D., 13-33] July 26, 1722 [B.D., 
U-541] Not 22, 1725 [B.D., 17-157] and Feb 23, 172f [B.D., 17-156]. 


Among several other transactions in real estate was a sale of land 
in Attleboro', December 19, 1724 [B.D., 17-128], and laud at a 
place between Mt. Hope and the fall on Ten-mile river, November 
18, 1725. [B.D., 17-155.] 

Capt. Mayhew Daggett appears to have been prominent in the 
affairs of the town, of which he was the representative, 1736, 1737, 
1741, 1742, 1744, and 1746. 

Captain Daggett died in 1752, and his estate was settled by his 
wife, Joanna Daggett. 

The probate papers mention the children as Elihu Daggett, Jedu- 
thau Fuller, Sarah Fuller, Abiah Fuller, Beulah Fuller, Zilpha 
Daggett, Anna Marten, and Carrol Marten. [Bristol Pi-obate.] 

726. Ebenezer Daggett^ (JoJm,' Thomas," Jolin^), bom 
Martha's Vineyard, August 29, 1690; died Attleboro', Mass., August 
30, 1740; married Attleboro', Mass., November 9, 1721, Mary 
Blackinton, daughter of Penticost Blackinton ; born Marblehead, 
Mass., November 25, 1698; died Attleboro', Mass., December 1, 

Issue : 

826. i. Bathsheba Daggett,° born Attleboro', Mass., August 22, 1722. 

827. 11. John Daggett,^ born Attleboro', Mass., September 2, 1724. 

828. iii. Naphtali Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., September 8, 1727. 

829. iv. Samuel Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., January 3, 1735*. 

830. T. Ebenezer Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., October 15, 1732. 

831. vi. Mart Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., April 21, 1735; married Mr. 


832. vii. MicAjAH Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., January 8, 173|; Novem- 

ber 13, 1752, Mary Daggett appointed his guardian. 

833. yiii. Philip Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., September 11, 1739. 

Ebenezer Daggett, of Attleboro', was " husbandman," " tanner," 
and "innholder." 

Sept 19, 1720 he bought 32 acres of land in Attleboro [B.D., 17-63] and Oct 
26, 1723 land on the W side of the B road which goes from Kehoboth to Boston. 
[B.D., 16-246.] 

Jan 10, 1727 [B.D., 19-321] and March 19, 1729 [B.D., 20-273] he buys 
additional land. 

In a pui'chase made March 31, 1731 [B.D., 20-7], he is called inn- 
keeper, and his occupation the same in succeeding deeds. 

He makes further purchases Oct. 13, 1731 [B.D., 21-250] and March 21, 1732. 
[B.D., 21-503.] 

August 27, 1733, he is appointed by his mother as her agent to sell 
lands on Martha's Vineyard [Dukes Deeds, 5-383], and September 3, 
1733, he sells land there. [Dukes Deeds, 5-385.] He died in 
Attleboro', and a stone in the cemetery there marks his grave. 


November 23, 1752, Mary Daggett, widow, is appoiuted admiuis- 
ti-atrix of the estate of Ebenezer Daggett, deceased ; Jobu Daggett, 
eldest son. [Bristol Probate.] 

727. Thomas Daggett^ {John,^ Thomas," John '^), married 1st, 
Attleboro', Mass., March 21, 172f, Sarah Stanley; died Attleboro', 
Mass., August 31, 1728; married 2d, Wrentham, Mass., January 
29, 172f, by Mr. Henry Messinger, to Elizabeth Blake. 

Issue : 

834. i. Naphtali Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass , January 6, J72f; died 

Attleboro', Mass., May 14, 1724. 

835. ii. Abigail Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., April 11, 1726. 

836. iii. IcHABOD Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., March 22, 172|; died 

Attleboro', Mass., May, 172f. 

837. iv. Samuel Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., July 22, 1728; died Attle- 

boro', Mass., July 25, 1728. 

838. V. Mayhew Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., January 10, 1729. 

839. vi. Thomas Daggett,* born Providence, R.I., September 25. 1731. 

840. Tii. Content Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., November 15, 1733; died 

Attleboro', Mass., December 12, 1734. 

841. viii. Content Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., November 11, 1735. 

842. ix. Brotherton Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., October 13, 173". 

843. X. Naomi Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., June 16, 174^. 

739. Abigail Daggett' {John,^ Thomas,^ Mm'), born 1701; 
died Attleboro', Mass., November 20, 1798; married Attleboro', 
Mass., October 12, 1714, Ebenezer Guild, sou of Samuel and Mary 
(Woodcock) Guild, of Dedham, Mass.; born Dedham, Mass., July 
23, 1692; died Attleboro', Mass., June 8, 1774. 

Issue : 

844. i. Joseph Guild,* born Attleboro', Mass., June 22, 1716. 

845. ii. Benjamin Guild,* born Attleboro', Mass., August 28, 1718. 

846. iii. Naphtali Guild,* born Attleboro', Mass., July 3, 1719. 

847. iv. Ebenezer Guild,* born Attleboro', Mass., August 29, 1722. 

730. Jane Daggett'' {John,^ Thomas,- Jb/«« '), married Attle- 
boro', Mass., November 9, 1721, Caleb Hall. 
Issue : 

848. i. Christopher Hall,* born Attleboro', Mass., April 17, 1723. 

849. ii. Caleb Hall,* born Attleboro', Mass., May 16, 1724; died Attleboro', 

Mass., April 1, 1740. 

850. iii. John Hall,* born Attleboro', Mass., April 14, 1726; died Attleboro', 

Mass., December 24, 1726. 

851. iv. John Hall,* born Attleboro', Mass., November 19, 1727. 

852. V. Reuben Hall,* born Attleboro', Mass., March 14, 172-3^. 

853. vi. Eve Hall,* born Attleboro', Mass., March 4, 173j. 

854. vii. Leaben Hall,* born Attleboro', Mass., November 13, 1734; died 

Attleboro', Mass., August 28, 1738. 

855. viii. Dan Hall,* born Attleboro', Mass., June 6, 1736. 

856. ix. Adam Hall,* born Attleboro', Mass., June 25, 1738. 

857. X. Hannah Hall,* born Attleboro', Mass., February 20, 174J. 

858. xi. Caleb Hall,* born Attleboro', Mass., March 28, 1743. 


731. ZiLPiiA Daggett^ (John,^ Thomas,^ John'), mamed Attle- 
boro', Mass., July 18, 1721, Nathauiel Robinson. 

i. Nathan Robinson,* born Attleboro', Mi^ss., April 21, 1722. 

ii. Nathaniel Robinson,* born Attleboro', Mass., April 4, 1724. 

iii. Geoege Robinson,* born Attleboro', Mass., July 23, 1726. 

iv. ZiLPUA Robinson,* born Attleboro', Mass., October 9, 1728. 

V. Elizabeth Kobinson,* born Attleboro', Mass., March 4, 173f. 

Ti. Elihu Robinson.* born Attleboro', Mass., January 14, 1733. 

vii. Amos Robinson,* born Attleboro', Mass., September 7, 1735. 

Tiii. Abigail Robinson,* born Attleboro', Mass., June 15, 1737. 

ix. Mabgret Robinson,* born Attleboro', Mass., January 8, 173;^o. 

732. Patiekce Daggett" (John,^ Thomas,^ John'), bom 
Martha's Vineyard, 1705; died Attleboro', Mass., September 27, 
1793; married Attleboro', Mass., October 4, 1723, Lieut. Noah 
Robinson; born 1702; died Attleboro', Mass., December 7, 1788. 

Issue : 

868. i. Laphaniah Robinson,* born Attleboro', Mass., September 29, 1723. 

869. ii. Mart RobinsoJj,* born Attleboro', Mass., December 20, 1725. 

870. iii. Elijah Robinson,* born Attleboro', Mass., October 3, 1728. 

871. iv. William Robinson,* born Attleboro', Mass., October 2.5, 1732. 

872. V. HuLDA Robinson,* born Attleboro', Mass., November 10, 1735; died 

Attleboro', Mass., December 5, 1735. 

873. ri. Enoch Robinson,* born Attleboro', Mass., November 4, 1738. 

874. vii. Comfort Robinson,* born Attleboro', Mass., June 7, 1740. 

733. Mart Daggett" ( Jo/mi, ^ Thomas,^ John'), married Attle- 
boro', Mass., January 18, 172|, John Titus. 

Issue : 

875. 1. Lydia Titus,* born Attleboro', Mass., November 19, 1728. 

876. ii. Abigail Titus,* born Attleboro', Mass., April 16, 1731. 

877. iii. Samuel Titus,* born Attleboro', Mass., March 13, 173|. 
iv. John Titus,* born Attleboro', Mass., August 26, 1739. 
V. MoLi.Y TiTDS,* born Attleboro', Mass., March U, 1737. 
vi. Simeon Titus,* born Attleboro', Mass., June 26, 1741. 
vii. RoDAN Titos,* born Attleboro', Mass., April 8, 1743. 
viii. Cornelius Titus,* born .\ttleboro', Mass., March 4, 174|; died Attle- 
boro', Mass., July 3, 1768. 

734. Brotherton Daggett" {Joshua,^ Thomas,' John'), born 
Edgartowu, Mass., 1687; died Edgartown, Mass., March 5, 1740; 
married, about 1724, Thaukfull , widow. 

Issue : 

883. i. Beotherton Daggett,* bapt. Edgartown, Mass., February 7, 1725. 

884. ii. Thankfdll Daggett,* bapt. Edgartown, Mass., March 12, 1727; 

married Cornelius Marchant, Jr. 

885. iii. Thomas Daggett,* bapt. Edgartown, Mass., November 10, 1728. 

886. iv. Timothy Daggett,* bapt. Edgartown, Mass., February 28, 1731. 

887. V. Elijah Daggett,* bapt. Edgartown, Mass., April 21, i734. 

888. vi. Jethro Daggett,* bapt. Edgartown, Mass., May 23, 1736. 

889. vii. Ebbnezee Daggett,* bapt. Edgartown, Mass., August 26, 1739; died 

Union, Me., April 29, 1816. 


Brothertou Daggett, yeoman, husbandman, resided in Edgartown, 


Not 17, 1712 he bought land in Edgartown, of his parents [Dukes Deods, 2- 
347-349] and Dec 27, 1718 he buys of his father, the W part of his fathers 
house, in Edgartown. [D.D., 3-190.] 

Oct. 15, 1720 [D.D., 4-252] Dec 10, 1734 [D.D., 6-104] and Sept 10, 1737 
[D.D., fi-209] he buys land in Edgartown and Chapp.aquiddick. 

March 22, 173^ he and Nicholas Norton, hire land in Edgartown, on a lease. 
[D.D., 6-409.] 

Brotherton Daggett attended the First Church in Edgartown, and 
the records of the church contain the following : " Brotherton Dag- 
gett, being an adult Person ; was baptised March 12, 1727." 

One of the three stones to the memory of the Daggetts which yet 
remain in the old burial ground in Edgartown is for 

Brotherton Daggett died March 5, 1740 aged 53 years. 

June 16, 1741. Thanltfiil Daggett was appointed administratrix 
of Brotherton Daggett, husbandman, deceased. 
Inventory taken, July 8, 1741. [Dukes Probate.] 

736. Jacob Daggett'' {Joshua,^ Thomas,- John'), born Pru- 
dence, Mass., about 1690; died Sherborn, Nantucket, March, 1760; 
married Nantucket, Mass., October 24, 1714, by William Worth, 
J.P., to Hannah Skiffe, daughter of James and Saiah Skiffe ; born 
1687; living 1773. 

Issue : 

890. i. Aaron Daggett,* born Nantucket, Mass., 4, 4 mo., 1715; died previous 
to February 7, 1761. 

ii. Hepzibah Daggett,* born Nantucket, Mass., 1717. 

lii. Stephen Daggett,* born Nantucket, Mass., May 19, 1721 ; died previ- 
ous to February 7, 1761. 

iv. Nathan Daggett,* born Nantucket, Mass., December 21, 1723. 

V. Hdldah Daggett,* born Nantucket, Mass., June 12, 1726; married 
Nantucket, Mass., February 1, 1749, by Josiah Coffin, .J. P., to 
Thomas, son of David Gwinn; she died previous to 1761. 

vi. Joseph Daggett,* born Nantucket, Mass., September 17, 1728. 

vii. Benjamin Daggett,* born Nantucket, Mass., April 21, 1731. 

Jacob Daggett removed to Sherborn, Nantucket. 

Oct. 26, 1730 his father gives him land in Edgartown near Mattiikase pond, on 
account of love he has for him. [Dukes Deeds, 5-38.] 

Jacob Daggett of Nantucket sells land, in Edgartown, Oct 28, 1754, Nov 
1756 and Nov 3, 1757. [Dukes Deeds, 8-311-401-454.] 

Hannah Daggett appointed administratrix of the estate of her hus- 
band, Jacob Daggett, late of Sherborn, AprU 5, 1760. [Nantucket 
Probate, 2-382.]^" 

The inventory of his estate, May 12, 1760, mentions dwelling- 
house, £11. His estate was valued, real estate, £84 16s. Od. ; per- 
sonal, £34 17s. 23d. 


744. John Daggett'' {Joseph,^ Joseph," John^), born about 
1694; died Edgartowo, Mass. (?), about 1739; married before Sep- 

.tember 23, 1720, Sarah . 

Issue : 

897. i. Joseph (?) Daggett,' born 1721 (?). 

898. ii. Prince (?) Daggett,' born 1723; bapt. December 9, 1794, age 71 

years; then dangerously sick; died Edgartown, Mass., 179-t (?). 

899. iii. Ebenezer (?) Daggett.' 

900. iv. Amey ?) Daggett.' 

901. V. John (?) Daggett.^ 

John Daggett, laborer, husbandman, yeoman, resided in Edgar- 
town, Mass. 

His father left him land in Edgartown, portions of which he sells 
from time to time. 

Sept 23, 1720 [Dukes Deeds, 4-123] he makes the first sale, and in the fol- 
lowing October, buys his sister Elizabeth's portion, in their father's estate. 
[D.D., 4-184.] 

Aug 10, 1725, he sells land, in Edgartown [D.D., 4-103], and July 22, 1726 
land at a place commonly called " Daggetts farm." [D.D., 4-186.] 

A sale made Oct. 14, 1726 is to Joseph Potompson,an Indian. [D.D., 7-106.] 

Other sales are made, Aug 6, 1729, land at " Squash meadow" [D.D., 5-153], 
June 24, 1734 to John Tolman, Indian husbandman [D.D., 5-405], and Aug 17, 
1736. [D.D., 6-267.] 

October 1, 1739, Sarah Daggett appointed administratrix of John 
Daggett, of Edgartown, husbandman. [Dukes Probate.] 

745. Amy Daggett^ {Joseph,^ Joseph,^ John^), born about 
1696; married Edgartown, Mass., December 22, 1715, by Pain 
Mayhew, Esq., to Thomas Martin. 

Thomas and Amy Martin receipt to John Daggett, of Edgartown, 
for their portion in the estate of " our honored father Joseph Dag- 
gett," August 3, 1719. [Dukes Probate.] 

Thomas Martin was of Edgartown, " cordwainer," September 23, 
1720. [Dukes Deeds, 4-123.] 

749. Hepsiba Daggett^ {Josej^h,^ Joseph,' John^), born about 
1706; married Edgartown, Mass., December 17, 1725, Enoch 

Issue : 

902. i. Temperance Norton,' born Edgartown, Mass., Octobers, 1726. 

903. ii. Abigail Norton,* born Edgartown, Mass., February 10, 172f. 

904. iii. Cornelius Norton,* born Edgartown, Mass., January 13, 173f . 

905. iv. Hepsiba Norton,* born Edgartown, Mass., November 26, 1734. 

906. V. Amy Norton,* born Edgartown, Mass., January 7, 173f. 

907. vi. Elizabeth Norton,* born Edgartown, Mass., July 23, 1739. 

October 21, 1718, Thomas Martin was appointed guardian of 
Hepziba Daggett. [Dukes Probate.] 

August 3, 1719, Mr. Martin received Hepziba Daggett's share in 
her father's estate. 




759. Hannah Daggett* (Joseph,^ Josejyh,^ JoJin,^ JoJm '), horn 
Attleboi'o', Mass., Jan. 21, 172- ; married Rehoboth, Mass., July 6, 
1749, by Rev. John Greenwood, to Simeon Cole, sou of John and 
Mercy Cole, of Rehoboth, Mass. ; born Rehoboth, Mass., August 17, 

Issue : 

908. i. Keziah Cole,** born Rehoboth, Mass., January 9, 17452j. 

909. ii. Margaret Cole,^ born Rehoboth, Mass., February 11, 1752. 

910. iii. Simeon Cole," born Rehoboth, Mass., September 19, 1754. 

911. iv. Eunice Cole,** born Rehoboth, Mass., May 22, 1757. 

912. V. Cynthia Cole,'' born Rehoboth, Mass., March 11, 1761. 

913. vi. Hannah Patience Cole," born Rehoboth, Mass., September 15, 1768; 

married Frederick Bliss of Calais, Vt., April 27, 1785 ; died Wor- 
cester, Mass., December 3, 1851. 

769. "William Daggett* (Israel,* Joseph,^ JoJm,^ John'), horn 
Rehoboth, Mass., November 1, 1729 ; died Seekouk, Mass., between 
August, 1813, and April, 1819; married Rehoboth, Mass., November 
4, 1760, by Rev. Robert Rogerson, to Hannah Braily. 

Issue : 

914. i. William Daggett," born Seeltonli, Mass. ; died No. Providence, R.I., 


915. ii. John Daggett," bora Seekonli, Mass. 

916. iii. Abel Daggett," born Seekonk, Mass. ; died Pawtucket, Mass., 1843. 

917. iv. Jesse Daggett," born Seekonk, Mass. 

918. V. Simeon Daggett," born Seekonk, Mass., September 13, 1768 ; mill- 

wright; married; died Seekonk, Mass., December 13, 1850. 

919. vi. Israel Daggett," born Seekonk, Mass. 

920. vii. Lemuel Daggett," born Seekonlc, Mass., November 25, 1775; farmer; 

married; died Seekonk, Mass., February 25, 1850. 

921. viii. Amet Daggett," born Seekonk, Mass. ; died Pawtucket, Mass., 1855. 

William Daggett received by the will of his uncle, John Daggett, 
land in Cumberland, called "the Mine lot." The will was dated 
September 10, 1767, and proved January 27, 1772. [Bristol 

770. Daniel Daggett ^ {Is7-ael,* Joseph,"^ John ^' John '), born 
Rehoboth, Mass., November 16, 1731; died between July 22 and 
October 24, 1799; married, Providence, R.I., July 10, 1759, by 
Jabez Bowen, to Bebe Perry, of Attleboro', Mass. 

Issue : 

922. .i. John Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., July 4, 1760 ; died Seekonk, 
Mass., June 4, 1814. 

923. ii. Mart Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., April 3, 1762; married, Will- 
iam Daggett. See 986. 


924. iii. Jacob Daggett,^ born Rehoboth, Mass., March 12, 1765. 

925. iv. Elizabeth Daggett,'' born Rehoboth, Mass., August 11, 17G7; married 

Robert Daggett. See 97-t. 

The will of Daniel Daggett, of Rehoboth, was dated July 22, 
1799, and proved November 5, 1799. He mentions beloved wife 
Bebe Daggett; son John Daggett; Nathan Daggett, son of my 
daughter Mary Daggett; son Jacob Daggett; daughter Elizabeth 
Daggett; residue to son Jacob, who is also executor. [Bristol 

772. Israel Daggett* {Israel," Joseph,' John,- John'), born 
Rehoboth, Mass., April 28, 1737; died between 1769 and 1777; 
married Rehoboth, Mass., July 15, 1763, by Thomas Bowen, to 
Frances Bowen, widow. 

Issue : 

926. i. Joseph Daggett,'' born Rehoboth, Mass., May 4, 1764; June 24, 1777, 

William Daggett appointed his guardian. 

927. ii. Martha Daggett,^ born Rehoboth, Mass., October 6, 1765; June 24, 

1777, Daniel Daggett appointed her guardian. 

928. iii. Ltdia Daggett,^ born Rehoboth, Mass., February 6, 1769; June 24, 

1777, William Daggett appointed her guardian. 

August, 1784. Israel Daggett, having deceased, property left 
him is set off to eldest daughter, Martha Daggett ; only son, Joseph 
Daggett ; youngest daughter, Lydia Daggett. [Bristol Probate.] 

782. Reuben Daggett* (Nathaniel,'' Nathaniel,' Johri," John'), 
born Attleboro', Mass., August 31, 1733; married Rehoboth, Mass., 
November 21, 1754, by Elder Nathan Pearce, to Isabel Round, of 
Rehoboth, Mass. 

Issue : 

929. i. Reuben Daggett,^ born Attleboro', Mass., NoTember 11, 1755. 

930. ii. Simon Daggett,^ born Attleboro', Mass., December 4, 1758; died 

possibly, Cattaraugus county, N.Y. 

931. iii. DARIU.S Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., July 17, 1760; married 

Westmoreland, N.H., by Rev. Eben. Bailey, to Hepsebah Dean, 
July 18, 1781; he died Vermont. 

932. iv. Daniel Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., July 27, 1762. 

933. V. Isabel Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., May 17, 1764. 

April 27, 1778. Reuben Daggett, of Attleboro', buys land in 
Marlboro' of Benoni Wilmarth. [Bristol Deeds, 58-259.] 

783. Amos Daggett* (Nathaniel,' Nathaniel,' John," Johi'), 
bom Attleboro', Mass., September 5, 1735; married Hannah 

Issue : 

934. i. Amos Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., April 9, 176-. 
ii. Samdel Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., June 24, 17-. 
iii. James Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., December 2, 17-. 
iv. Naomi Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., February 27, 17-. 
V. Hannah Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., August 21, 1771. 
vi. Rachel Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., August 21, 1773. 


786. Nathaniel Daggett" (Nathaniel,* Nathaniel,^ John,'' 
John^), bom Attleboro', Mass., April 29, 1747; married Beulah 

Issue : 

940. i. .ToHN Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., July 24, 1771. 

941. ii. Nancy Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., June 10, 1773. 

942. iii. Lydia Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., January 14, 1775. 

787. Rebecca Daggett* {John," Nathaniel,^ John,^ John'), 
born Rehoboth, Mass., May 2, 1722; married Rehoboth, Mass., 
November 22, 1744, by Thomas Bowen, Esq., to Caleb Brown, son 
of Joseph and Elizabeth Brown, of Rehoboth ; born Rehoboth, Mass., 
June 30, 1720. 

Issue : 

943. i. Ann Brown," born Rehoboth, Miiss., September 24, 1745. 

944. ii. Amy Brown," born Rehoboth, Mass., April 24, 1747. 

945. iii. Saeah Brown," born Rehoboth, Mass., April 20, 1749. 

946. iv. Bethiaii Brown," born Rehoboth, Mass., January 12, 1752. 

947. T. Caleb Brown," born Rehoboth, Mass., April 2, 1754. 

948. vi. Levi Brown," born Rehoboth, Mass., March 2G, 1756. 

949. vii. Rebecca Brown," born Rehoboth, Mass., January 4, 1758. 

950. viii. Elizabeth Brown," born Rehoboth, Mass., May 13, 1760. 

951. ix. Chloe Brown," born Rehoboth, Mass., July 5, 1763. 

788. John Daggett* {John,* Nathaniel,^ John,'' John'), born 
Rehoboth, Mass., November 6, 1723; died between August 7 and 
September 1, 1789 ; married Swansea, Mass., April 4, 1752, Penelope 
Wood, daughter of John and Charity [Millerd (Thurber)] Wood, of 
Swansea; born Swansea, Mass., May 23, 1722. 

Issue : 

952. i. John Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., September 27, 1754. 

953. ii. Mary Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., March 16, 1755; married 

Rehoboth, Mass., May 16, 1779, by Wm. Cole, J. P., to Squier 

954. iii. Joshua Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., August 8, 1757. 

955. iv. Levi Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., April 12, 1761. 

956. v. Hope Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., December 16, 1762. 

The will of John Daggett, of Rehoboth, dated August 7, 1789, was 
proved September 1, 1789. Mentions wife Penelope; daughter 
Molle Monrow, wife of Squier Monrow ; daughter Hopestill Davis, 
wife of John Davis ; son Levi Daggett ; grandson Joshua Davis ; 
son Levi, executor. [Bristol Probate.] 

789. Hopestill Daggett* {John," Nathaniel,' John," John'), 
born Rehoboth, Mass., January 9, 1725; married Rehoboth, Mass., 
December 9, 1742, by Thomas Bowen, Esq., to Aaron Wheeler, son 
of Philip and Martha Wheeler, of Rehoboth; born Rehoboth, Mass., 
January 17, 1722. 

Issue : 

957. i. Hopestill Wheeler," born Rehoboth, Mass., March 17, 174f. 

958. ii. MoLLT Wheeler," born Rehoboth, Mass., May 5, 1749. 


959. iii. Chloe Wheeler,'"' born Rehoboth, Mass., September 2, 1750. 

960. iv. Aaron Wheeler," born Rehoboth, Mass., July 29, 1752. 

961. T. Mehitable Wheeler," born Rehoboth, Mass., March 25, 1754. 

962. vi. Nathan Wheeler," born Rehoboth, Mass., April 11, 1755. 

963. vii. .4m\' Wheeler," bora Rehoboth, Mass., January 21, 1757. 

791. Abigail Daggett" {John,* Nathaniel,^ John,'' John^), 
bom Rehoboth, Mass., January 19, 172^^^ ; married Rehoboth, Mass., 
January 1, 1746, by Thomas Boweu, Esq., to Joseph Franklin. 

Issue : 
964:. i. Hopestill Franklin," born Rehoboth, Mass., NoTember 2, 1747. 

965. ii. Ltdia Franklin," born Rehoboth, Mass., December 17, 1749. 

966. iii. WiLLSON Franklin," born Rehoboth, Mass., April 10, 1752. 

967. iv. Abel Franklin," born Rehoboth, Mass., August 15, 1754. 

968. V. Joseph Franklin," born Rehoboth, Mass., August 23, 1757. 

969. vi. John Franklin," born Rehoboth, Mass., February 17, 1760. 

970. vii. Benjamin Franklin," born Rehoboth, Mass., May 10, 1762. 

971. viii. Thomas Franklin," born Rehoboth, Mass., March 31, 1766. 

972. ix. Esther Franklin," born Rehoboth, Mass., January 1, 1768. 

792. James Daggett ° (John,* Nathaniel,^ John, ^ John ^), born 
Rehoboth, Mass., January 2, 173J; died Rehoboth, Mass., May 24, 
1806; married Rebecca . She died Seekonk, Mass., about 1827. 

Issue : 

973. i. James Daggett," born Relioboth, Mass., June 25, 1761; died Reho- 

both, Mass., 1830, before April 5. 

974. ii. Robert Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., May 1, 1763. 

975. iii. Gilbert Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., February 24, 1765. 

976. iv. Bette Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., March 21, 1767; died Reho- 

both, Mass., August 29, 1778. 

977. V. Samdel Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., January 27, 1769; married 

Rehoboth, Mass., November 3, 1805, by J. Hills, to Martha Carpen- 

978. vi. Rebecca Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., November 22, 1770; mar- 

ried Rehoboth, Mass., between April, 1795, and April, 1796, by John 
Ellis, to Dr. Haze Humphrey. She died Rehoboth, Mass., February 
10, 1798. 

979. vii. Ltdia Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., October 14, 1772; married 

Rehoboth, Mass., September 29, 1791, by J. Ellis, to Ezra Ide. 

980. viii. Sdsanna Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., October 25, 1774; died 

after 1830. 

981. ix. Eunice Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., October 31, 1776; died 

Rehoboth, Mass., August 26, 1778. 
982.x. Ti.motht Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., Decembers, 1778; died 
Rehoboth, Mass., January 6, 1799. 

983. xi. Henry Daggett," born Rehobotli, Mass., April 14, 1781. 

984. xii. Edward Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., April 14, 1781 ; "asailor;" 

died Seekonk, Mass., August 2, 1850. 

James Daggett, yeoman, of Rehoboth, also probably innholder, as 
one James Daggett is licensed, March 23, 1758, to be an innholder 
there. February 11, 1714, John Wood was appointed his guardian. 
[Bristol Probate.] 

May 20, 1763, he became a member of the First Parish Church in 


James Daggett died intestate in 1806, and July 1, 1806, Robert 
and Samuel Daggett were appointed administrators of liis estate, 
which amounted to $5,202.75. 

A division was made September 6, 1808, between the widow, 
Eebecca, and children, James, Robert, Samuel, Lydia Ide, p]dward, 
Susanna, and Henry. [Bristol Probate.] 

Rebecca Daggett, of Seekonk, where her will was dated October 
27, 1818, and proved January 4, 1828. 

She mentions sous James, Samuel, Henry, Edward, and Robert, and 
daughters Lydia Ide, widow of Ezra Ide, and Susanna Daggett. 
[Bristol Probate.] 

793. Major Nathan Daggett* {John," Nathaniel,^ John,^ 
John^), born Rehoboth, Mass., December 24, 1733; died Rehoboth, 
Mass., April 18, 1778; married 1st, Rehoboth, Mass., Novembers, 
1755, by Rev. John Greenwood, to Abigail Carijenter, widow; died 
Rehoboth, Mass., April 29, 1760; married 2d, Rehoboth, Mass., 
September 25, 1760, by Rev. John Carnes, to Martha Read, of Reho- 
both; died after 1813. 

Issue : 

985. i. Sakah Daggett,^ born Rehoboth, Mass., August 27, 1756; married 

Mr. Brayton. 

986. U. William Daggett,^ born Rehoboth, Mass., February 26, 1758. 

987. iii. Abigail Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., April 16, 1760. 

988. iv. Lucy Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., October 4, 1761; married, 

Rehoboth, Mass., October 12, 1780, by Rev. E. Hyde, to Moses Read, 
3d, of Sharon, Mass. 

989. T. George Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., October 11, 1763; died 

Rehoboth, Mass., March 18, 1778. 

990. vi. Nathan Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., March 5, 1766; died 

Rehoboth, Mass., November (?), 1798. 

991. vii. Anne Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., January 4, 1708; married Mr. 


992. viii. Benjamin Daggett," bora Rehoboth, Mass., March 15, 1770. 

993. ix. Russell Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., April 29, 1772; married, 

Providence, R.I., July 25, 1799, Polly Ormsbee. 

994.x. John Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., May 2, 1774; died Rehoboth, 
Mass., September 14, 1775. 

995. xi. Martha Daggett," born Rehoboth, Mass., May 28, 1776; died See- 
konk, Mass., November 11, 1861. 

Major Nathan Daggett was one of the patriots of Rehoboth 
during the stii-ring times of the Revolution. 

"In 1773 a letter full of fire and patriotism was addressed to the 
representative of Rehoboth by the Committee of Correspondence, 
which was composed of six men, of which one was Nathan Daggett. 

"Nov. 6, 1775. The towu voted to borrow foiir pieces of cannon 
of Capt. John Lyou and Maj. Nathan Daggett." [Bliss Hist, of 

May 20, 1763. Nathan Daggett was a member of the First Parish 
Church in Rehoboth. 


On the decease of Maj. Nathan Daggett, his widow, Martha, was 
appointed the guardian of Nathan, Lucy, Martha, Anna, Russell, 
and Benjamin Daggett, August 4, 1778. [Bristol Probate.] 

The estate of Maj. Nathan Daggett amounted to £522 10s. Od., 
and a division was ordered December 7, 1779, among the widow, 
Martha, and childi'en, William, Nathan, Benjamin, Russell, Sarah 
Brayton, Abigail, Lucy, Nancy, and Martha. 

Martha Daggett, widow of Maj. Nathan Daggett, married, by Rev. 
E. Hyde, to Capt. John Bishop, January 25, 1781. 

The estate of Maj. Nathan Daggett does not appear to have been 
divided in the first instance, as under date of Seekonk, December 28, 
1813, the estate is mentioned as divided among widow Martha; "Will- 
iam, Nathan, Benjamin, and Russell Daggett, the sons; and Sally 
Brayton, Abigail Read, Lucy Read, Nancy Bucklen, and Martha 
Daggett, the daughters. [Bristol Probate.] 

798. Job Daggett ° (Amos," Nathaniel,^ John,^ John'), born 
Swansea, Mass., March 2, 1746; married Swansea, Mass., June 11, 
1778, Phffibe Sisson. 

Issue : 

996. i. Caleb Daggett,^ born Swansea, Mass., March 29, 1779. 

997. ii. Abigail Daggett," born Swansea, Mass., August 17, 1781. 

998. iii. Patience Daggett,* born Swansea, Mass., June 12, 1784. 

999. iv. EzEKiEL Daggett,* born Swansea, Mass., June 3, 1788. 

799. Sajitjel Daggett" {Samuel,'' Thomas,^ Thomas,^ John'), 
born Edgartown, Mass. (?), about 1706; married Tisbury, Mass., 
November 8, 1733, Sarah Chase, daughter of Thomas and Jane 
Chase, of Tisbury, Mass. 

Issue : 

1000. i. Timothy Daggett,* born Tisbury, Mass., August 16, 1734. 

1001. ii. Isaac Daggett,* born Tisbury, Mass., November 26, 1737. 

1002. iii. Jane Daggett,* born Tisbury, Mass.; married Jonathan Merry; 

issue: Sarah Noyes Merry, married December 3, 1770, Jonathan 

January 13, 172|. Samuel Daggett, of Edgartowu, " cordwaiuer," 
grandson of Capt. Thomas Daggett, sells rights in Cape Poeg. 
[Dukes Deeds, 4-321.] 

Samuel Daggett seems to have removed to Tisburj' at the time of his 
marriage, and November 6, 1735, calls himself of Tisbury, " cord- 
wainer," at which time he and his wife Sarah mention " rights in 
Holmes Hole neck, which belonged to our father Thomas Chase." 
[Dukes Deeds, 6-90 and 93.] 

Jan. 14, 173|. Samuel Daggett, of Holmes hole, in Constablerick of Tis- 
bury, Cordwainer, sells rights to his brother Seth. [Dukes Deeds, 6-105.] 
Jan. 14, 1737 Samuel Daggett, of Tisbury, Cordwainer, as Atty to Pasco 


Hadlock and Elizabeth his wife, of Lebanon, Conn., sell land at Chappaquiddick. 
[Dukes Deeds, 6-207.] 

Sept. 27, 1737 he and others, sell land in Edgartown, and on Chappaquiddick. 
[Dukes Deeds, 6-331.] 

Jan. 12, 173f , Samuel Daggett, cordwainer, of Holmes hole, and his brother 
Seth, sell land in Edgartown. [Dukes Deeds, 6-431.] 

Feb. 15, 1740, he buys land. [Dukes Deeds, 6-388.] 

May 28, 1741. Sarah Daggett, sells land at Holmes hole Tisbury, to Abra- 
ham Chase. [Dukes Deeds, 6-454.] 

800. Seth Daggett^ {Samuel,'^ TJiomati,^ Thomas," John^), 
bom February 5, 1713; died Tisbury, Mass., April 14, 1779; mar- 
ried Tisbury, Mass., December 23, 1734. Elizabeth West, daughter 
of Abuer and Jean (Cottle) West; bom July 18, 1720 ; died July 18, 

Issue : 

1003. i. William Daggett.* 

1004. ii. Petek Daggett,* born Tisbury, Mass., May 4, 1738. 

1005. iii. Samuel P. Daggett,* born Tisbury, Mass., May 4, 1738. 

1006. iv. Samdel Daggett,* born Tisbury, Mass., May 9, 1745. 

1007. T. Nathan Daggett.* 

1008. vi. Seth Daggett,* born 1755; died 1761. 

1009. Tii. Silas Daggett,* born Tisbury, Mass., May 14, 1757. 

1010. viii. Mary Daggett,* bapt. 1760. 

1011. ix. West Daggett,* bapt. 1764; died " from a fall at sea," 1779. 

1012. X. Jane Daggett,* bapt. 1765. 

Seth Daggett is said to have resided at Tashmoo (Lake?). 

Teu transfers of land are made in his name, and in them he is 
called " carpenter " aud " housewright," of Holmes Hole in Tisbury. 

"AbnerWest father of Elizabeth the wife of Seth Daggett was 
the son of Thomas West and grandson of Francis West who settled 
in Vii'ginia in 1607. He was Rear Admiral in the British Army 
under the title of Sir Francis. His son Thomas came to Marthas 
Vineyard, from Plymouth, in 1675, and settled in Chilmark." 

801. Solomon Daggett ' {Samuel,* Thomas,^ Thomas,- John'} ^ 
married Jane Hillman (?). 

Solomon Daggett, laborer, of Edgartown, sells land there, and also 
at Chappaquiddick and Chilmark, between 1737 and 1763. 

802. Stlvanus Daggett* {Samuel," Thomas,^ Thomas,'' John'), 
married Tisbury, Mass., May 2, 17.56, Alice Stuart. 

Issue : 

1013. i. Solo.mon Daggett,* died in the " Gen. Arnold," December 25, 1798. 

1014. ii. Samuel Daggett,* died at sea. 

1015. iii. Stlvanus Daggett,* died at sea, December 25, 17118. 

1016. It. Timothy Daggett,* died at sea, December 25, 1798. 

1017. T. Michael Daggett,* born Tisbury, Mass., November 14, 1770. 

1018. vi. Freeman Daggett,* born November, 1772. 

1019. vii. Hepzibah Daggett,* married Shubael Butler. 


Sylvanus Daggett, mariner, resided in Edgartown, in Newport, aud 
in Providence, as appears from the following deeds : 

Sept 26, 1737 Silvanus Daggett, "seafaring man" of Edgartown. [Dukes 
Deeds, 6-304.] 

July 21, 1738 Silvanus Daggett now resident in Newport " Mariner" appoints 
his brotiier Samuel as his attorney. [Dukes Deeds, 6-311.] 

Feb 14, 1740 Silvanus Daggett of Newport sells land in Edgartown to Thomas 
Daggett. [Dukes Deeds, 6-437.] 

Feb 16, 174? Silvanus Daggett of Rhode Island, Providence Plantation in 
New England sells rights in undivided lands in Edgartown. [Dukes Deeds, 7-10.] 

Feb 16, 174f Silvanus Daggett of Providence R.I. "mariner" appoints his 
uncle Timothy Daggett of Edgartown, his attorney. [Dukes Deeds, 7-130.] 

Nov 12, 1764 he aud Alice his wife sell land in Chilmark to Cornelius Bassett. 
[Dukes Deeds, 9-419.] 

804. Elizabeth Daggett^ {Samuel,* Thoinas,' Thomas," John'), 
married Lebanon, Conn., November 1, 1736, Pasco Hadlock. 
Issue : 

1020. i. John Hadlock,^ born Lebanon, Conn., January 24, 1738. 

1021. ii. Sarah Hadlock,'' born Lebanon, Conn., June 15, 1739. 

1022. iii. Samuel Hadlock,^ born Lebanon, Conn., February 16, 1741. 

1023. iv. Jonathan Hadlock," born Lebanon, Conn., September 19, 1742. 

1024. V. James Hadlock,* born Lebanon, Coun., April 17, 1744. 

1025. vi. Elizabeth Hadlock," born Lebanon, Conn., October 11, 1747. 

1026. vii. Solomon Hadlock," born Lebanon, Conn., May 5, 1748. 

809. Benjamin Daggett^ (Benjamin,* Thomas,^ TJiomas," 
John^), born Edgartown, Mass., December 1, 1742; died Dix- 
mont, Maine, 1802 ; married Dartmouth, Mass. (intention November 
6, 1766), Elizabeth Hathaway; born Dartmouth, Mass. 

Issue : 

1027. i. Desiah Daggett," born Edgartown, Mass., January 29, 1768; married 

Thomaston or Warren, Me., 1794, Alexander, son of Deacon John 
and Sarah Crawford; born 1762; issue: one son, three daughters; 
lived in Northport, Me. 

1028. ii. Betsey Daggett," born Edgartown, Mass., October 27, 1769 ; married 

Elijah Toothacre; issue: nine children; one son married and 
died ; widow lived in Belfast, Me. 

1029. iii. Huldah Daggett," born Edgartown, Mass., February 18, 1771; 

married William Spring, of Camden, Me. ; issue : three sons, three 

1030. iv. Thomas Daggett," born Edgartown, Mass., September 4, 1774. 

1031. V. Love Daggett," born Edgartown, Mass., 1776. 

1032. vi. Phcebe Daggett," bapt. Edgartown, Mass., June 7, 1778; married 

Jeremiah McRusick, of Dixmont, Me. ; issue : one son, three 

1033. vii. Diana Daggett," bapt. Edgartown, Mass., December 31, 1780; 

married Nathaniel Beverage ; issue: one son, three daughters. 

1034. viii. Richmond Daggett," bapt. Edgartown, Mass., April 13, 1782. 

1035. ix. Richmond Daggett," born Edgartown, Mass., July 15, 1783. 

1036. X. Catherine Daggett," married 1st, Nathaniel Toothacre ; married 

2d, Thomas Butler, of Union, Me.; he born Tisbury, Mass., July 
15, 1769; issue: three children. 

1037. xi. Abigail Daggett," born Vinal Haven, Mass., October 24, 1785. 

Benjamin Daggett, Jr., aud Elizabeth, his wife, were received to full 
communion, aud baptized in the church in Edgartown in August, 1774. 


They resided in Edgartown until between 1783 and 1787, when they 
removed to Fox Island, Maine. 

Oct, 24, 1787, Beajamiu Daggett, of Fox Island', Maine, sells land In Edgar- 
town, to John Daggett .Jr and Ishmael Lobb. [Dukes Deeds, 12-389.] 

Nov. 14, ISOl, Benjamin Daggett, of New Canaan plantation, for Si200, sells 
100 acres of land, in New Canaan, to Henry Knox of Thomaston. [Lincoln 
Deeds, 48-93.] 

812. Mary Daggett" (Benjamin,* Thomas,^ Thomas,' John'), 
bapt. Edgartown, Mass., May 5, 1751 ; married Edgartown, Mass., 
October 8, 1775, Benjamin Davis, son of Melatiah and Jemima (Dun- 
ham) Davis; born 1752; died Edgartown, Mass., July 23, 1838. 

Issue : 

1038. i. Henry Davis, ° born Edgartown, Mass., November 20, 1778; married 

December 12, 1805, Betsey Athearn, of Tisbury, Mass. 

1039. ii. Zadoc Davis, ° born Edgartown, Mass.; married Elizabeth Bassett; 

settled in Cincinnati, Ohio. 

1040. iii. Sally Davis," born Edgartown, Mass.; married Argalis Pease. 

1041. iv. Polly D. Davis," born Edgartown, Mass., July 3, 1795; married 

Charles Smith, of Edgartown. 

1042. V. Benjamin Davis," born Edgartown, Mass., February 2, 1805 ; married 

Almira Newcomb, of Edgartown. 

Benjamin Davis, farmer, resided in Edgartown. He married 2d, 
Miriam, daughter of Ephraim Hunt, of Middleboro'. 

821. Elder Elihu Daggett* {Mayhew,' John,^ Thomas,- 
Jb/m'), born Attleboro', Mass., August 6, 1710; died Attleboro', 
Mass., August 29, 1769 ; married Attleboro', Mass., August 6, 1734, 
Eebecca Stanley, daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth (Guild) Stanley, 
of Attleboro', Mass. ; born Attleboro', Mass., March 28, 1715; died 
Attleboro', Mass., September 20, 1799. 

Issue : 

1043. i. Mayhew Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., April 28, 1735. 

1044. ii. IcHABOD Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., December 7, 173G. 

1045. iii. Daniel Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., February 1, 1738. 

1046. iv. Henry Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., April 9, 1741. 

1047. v. Desire Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., September 3, 1743. 

1048. vi. Elihu Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., December 4, 1745. 

1049. vii. Jacob Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., May 16, 1748. 

1050. viii. Anna Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., August 2, 1750. 

1051. ix. Enoch Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., April 18, 1753 ; died before 


1052. X. Elijah Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., April 14, 1754. 

1053. xi. Joseph Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., February 14, 1758. 

Elder Elihu Daggett was elder and first preacher for the South 
Baptist Society of Attleboro', which was established in 1760. It is 
believed that he was never regularly settled here. He occasionally 
preached at the North Baptist Church. His sons, Mayhew and 
lehabod, having entered the army, and not being heard from, he 
became anxious, and shouldering his musket started to seek them. 


Reaching the seat of war he found a battle raging and entered the 
action. After the fight was ended, he found his two sons unharmed 
on the field. The powder-horn which the elder wore in this battle is 
now (1893) in possession of Miss C. L. R. Daggett, Attleboro' 
Falls, Mass. He had a captain's commission in the provincial army. 
He was interred in the North Burying-ground, and on his grave- 
stone is the following inscription: 

Sacred to the memory of 

Elder Elihu Daggett, 

who died Aug 29, 1769, 

In the 60"' year of his age. 

Sacred to the memory of 

Mrs Reeeccah Daggett, 

(his widow) who died Sept 20, 1799 

in the 85"' year of her age. 

What we left behind others possess, 

What we gave to the poor, we carried with us. 

The will of Elihu Daggett, of Attleboro', was dated January 6, 
1769, and proved October 2, 1769. In it he mentions wife Rebecca, 
sons Mayhew, Ichabod, Daniel, Henry, Jacob, Elijah, Elihu, Joseph, 
and daughters Desire and Anna. [Bristol Probate.] 

822. Sakah Daggett^ {Mayhew,* John,^ Thomas,'' John'), 
born Attleboro', Mass., May 17, 1715; married Attleboro', Mass., 
March 10, 173f, Jeduthan Fuller. 

Issue : 

1054. i. Joanna Fuller,* born Attleboro', Mass., December 6, 1737. 

1055. ii. Amos Edller,* born Attleboro', Mass., September 4, 1739. 

1056. iii. Sarah Fuller,* born Attleboro", Mass., June 22, 1741; died Attle- 

boro', Mass., February 26, 174i. 

1057. ir. Sarah Fuller,* born Attleboro', Mass., February 8, 174f. 

1058. T. ZiLPHA Fuller," born Attleboro', Mass., May 5, 1745; died Attle- 

boro', Mass., June, 1751. 

1059. vi. Abiall Fuller,* born Attleboro', Mass., June 5, 1747. 

1060. vii. Jonathan Fuller,* born Attleboro', Mass., June, 1749. 

1061. viii. IN Fuller,* born Attleboro', Mass., September 16, 1751. 

1062. ix. ZiLPHA Fuller,* born Attleboro', Mass., November 5, 1753 ; died 

Attleboro', Mass., November 12, 1753. 
10G3. X. LP Fuller,* born Attleboro', Mass., October 5, 1755. 

1064. xi. Margaret Fuller,* born Attleboro', Mass., February 8, 1757. 

823. Beulah Daggett" {Mayheio,* John,^ Thomas,' John'), 
born Attleboro', Mass., November 17, 1719; married Abiall Fuller. 

Issue : 

1065. i. Nathan Fuller,* born Attleboro', Mass., September 1, 1739. 

1066. ii. Jabez Fuller,* born Attleboro', Mass., April 27, 1741. 

1067. Ui. Eusha Fuller,* born Attleboro', Mass., November 25, 1748. 

1068. iv. Micaijah Fuller,* born Attleboro', Mass., February 2, 174f . 
10611. V. Isaac Fuller,* born Attleboro", Mass., August 26, 1748. 
1070. vi. Simon Fuller,* born Attleboro', Mass., April 15, 1751. 


1071. vii. Beulah Fuller.^ born Attleboro', Mass., October 4, 1753. 

1072. viii. ZiLPHA Fuller,^ born Attleboro', Mass., January 21, 1755; died 

Attleboro', Mass., January 26, 1755. 

1073. ix. Anna Fcller,^ born Attleboro', Mass., December 31, 1757. 

824. ZiLPHA Daggett ° {Mayhem,* Jolin,^ Thomas," John'), 
born Attleboro', Mass., October 23, 172f ; died Attleboro', Mass., 
October 19, 1807; married Attleboro', Mass., October 6, 1752, 
William Stanley; born Attleboro', Mass., April 5, 1726; died Attle- 
boro', Mass., January 27, 1806. 

Issue : 

1074. i. Abigail Stanley, « born Attleboro', Mass., May 28, 1753; died Attle- 

boro', Mass., September 26, 1754. 

1075. li. Abigail Stanley," born Attleboro', Mass., Not. 12, 1754. 

1076. iii. Phceee Stanley," born Attleboro', Mass., October 20, 1756 

1077. iv. William Stanley," born Attleboro', Mass., May 29, 1759. 

826. Bathsheba Daggett ^ {Ebenezer," John," Thomas," John ' ), 
born Attleboro', Mass.. August 22, 1722; died Attleboro', Mass., 
December 29, 1808 ; married Capt. Heury Sweet. 

Issue : 

1078. i. Henry Sweet," born .Attleboro', Mass., June 26, 1761. 

1079. ii. Hannah Sweet," born Attleboro', Mass., November 14,1763; died 

Attleboro', Mass., July 31, 1784. 

1080. iii. Batiisheda Sweet," born Attleboro', Mass., November 21, 1767. 

827. Col. John Daggett^ {Ebenezer," John," Thomas," John'), 
born Attleboro', Mass., September 2, 1724; died Attleboro', Mass., 
January 20, 1803 ; married 1 st, Wrentham, Mass., November 19, 1751, 
by Eev. Jos. Bean, to Mercy Shepard, daughter of John Shepard, of 
Wrentham, Mass.; born Wrentham, Mass. (?); died Attleboro', 
Mass., February 3, 1783; married 2d, Mass., August 5, 1784, Mary 
Tucker, widow, daughter of Mr. Brintnall ; died about 1813. 

Issue : 

1081. i. John Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., October 1, 1752. 

1082. il. JoAB Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., October 19, 1754. 

1083. iii. Jesse Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., March 6, 1757. 

1084. iv. Bathsheba Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., April 28, 1759 ; married 

Zenas Cutting. 

1085. V. Marcy Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., July 2, 1761. 

1086. vi. Ebenezer Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., April 16, 1763. 

1087. vii. Levi Daggett," born Attleboro", Mass., April 4, 1766; died before 


1088. viii. Hannah Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., December 19, 1768. 

1089. ix. Huldah Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., January 27, 1771. 

Col. John Daggett was one of the principal public characters and 
leading men of Attleboro', especially during the trying period of the 

He and Colonel May were the two on whom the towu placed the 
utmost reliance. 


Decembei' 9, 1763, he was chosen clerk of the Propriety. He was 
possessed of a strong and sound mind, and was marked by a resolute 
and decided character. 

He was a Puritan in the plainness and simplicity of his manners, 
and was a firm friend to the civil institutions and republican customs 
of New England. 

September 12, 1774, he was chosen on the Committee of Safety by 
the town, and on the 29th of the same month was chosen representa- 
tive to the General Court at Salem. 

December 6, 1774, the town established a Superior and an Inferior 
Court to hear and determine controversies that have arisen or may 
arise. Of the five men who were chosen superior judges. Colonel 
Daggett was chosen second justice. 

He took an early and decided stand in the commencement of those 
proceedings which produced the Revolution. 

One of the incidents in which he figured took place in December, 

1774, when the Committee of Safety gave notice that one Aldrich, a 
Tory, who lived in Franklin, Mass. , was selling British goods contrary 
to the resolutions of the General Court. Colonel Daggett issued 
orders to the several companies of the town to furnish a certain num- 
ber of men, who, being collected, marched on a bitter cold night for 
the place of Aldrich's residence, to put a stop to the business. They 
arrived late at night, and, surrounding his house, oi'dered him out. 
After threatening to fire on each other, Aldrich at last came out, and, 
after engaging not to vend any more British goods during the con- 
troversy, was released. 

On the 9th of April, 1775, occurred another expedition, which Col- 
onel Daggett undertook for the purpose of seizing a deposit of arms 
and ammunition, at Assonett Village (Freetown), which the Commit- 
tee of Safety understood was collected there for the use of the 

They discovered forty stands of arms and equipments in possession 
of the Tories, together with a large quantity of ammunition, the whole 
of which was taken by the patriots. 

January 2, 1775, the town chose Col. John Daggett " to represent 
us at the Congress to be holden at Cambridge on the 1st of Feb. 
next and to serve in that capacity until the month of May next 
or until the time fixed for the dissolution of said Congress." 

He was representative, 1768, 1769, 1770, 1771, 1772, 1773, 1774, 

1775, 1781. 

May 21, 1777, Colonel Daggett was on a committee appointed to 
make a report relative to the new Constitution of the United States, 
and on the following day was one of a committee to prepare instruc- 
tions for the representative. 


August 2, 1779, he was one of a committee of three, sent by the 
town, to attend a convention at Cambridge, on the first of September 
following, at which time was formed the present Constitution of 

He was generally called to serve on the most important committees 
which were raised in town meeting, to consider the many difficult sub- 
jects which were then brought before the people during and subsequent 
to the Revolution. 

August 18, 1778, General Sullivan, during his expedition to Rhode 
Island, requested the government of Massachusetts to send him reen- 

In compliance with this request, the orders were issued by the 
council of the State, directing Colonel Daggett, of the Fourth Regiment 
(including as now Attleboro', Mansfield, Norton, andEaston), to 
take charge of the detachment. In obedience to these orders, a 
regiment, consisting of nine hundred men, was formed out of the sev- 
eral regiments, which repaued to Rhode Island and served under the 
command of Colonel Daggett during the remainder of the campaign. 
Colonel Daggett also commanded the regiment from Bristol county, 
in Spencer's expedition. At home he was extensively employed as a 
surveyor, and was engaged in various other kinds of public business, 
such as the ordinary transactions of life require between citizens. 
[Daggett's Hist. Attleboro'.] 

The wUl of John Daggett, of Attleboro', was dated January 7, 
1793, and proved February 1, 1803. 

Mentions wife Mary ; sons John, Joab, and Jesse ; daughters 
Bathsheba Cutting, wife of Zenas Cutting, Mercy Bolcom, wife of 
Elijah Bolcom, Hannah Ide, wife of Nathaniel Ide, Jr., Huldah 
Hodges, wife of Elijah Hodges ; son Ebenezer, rest of estate ; also 
makes him executor. [Bristol Probate.] 

Mary, the widow of John Daggett, Esq., made a will, dated 
December 3, 1806, and proved 1813. 

Mentions her brothers Nathaniel and Job Brintnall, also Lydia 
Maxcy Daggett, the daughter of Ebenezer Daggett. [Bristol Pro- 

828. Rev. Naphtali Daggett, D.D.° {Ebenezer," John,' 
TJiomas,''John'), born Attleboro', Mass., September 8, 1727; died 
New Haven, Conn., November 25, 1780; married Smithtown, L.I., 
N.Y., December 19, 1753, by Rev. Ebenezer Prime, to Mrs. Sarah 

Issue : 

1090. i. Henri- Daggett," born Smithtown, L.I., N.Y., October 14, 1754; 

died Smithtown, L.I., N.Y., May 8, 1755. 

1091. ii. Sakah Dagi;ett,* born Smithtown, L.I., N.Y., April 17, 1756; mar- 

ried Dr. Solomon Meers ; she died St. Marys, Geo., October 3, 1808. 


1092. iii. Henry Daggett," born New Haven, Conn., February 27, 1758. 

1093. iv. Ebenezer Daggett," born New Haven, Conn., December 21, 1760; 

died before April 5, 1785, when bro. Henry appointed adm. 

1094. V. John Daggett," born New Haven, Conn., March 1, 1763; possibly 

Jolin who died Lewiston, Vt., about 1804. 

1095. vi. Ezra Daggett," born New Haven, Conn., April 18, 1765. 

1096. vii. Mary Daggett," born New Haven, Conn., April 16, 1767; married 

Robert Platts, Esq. ; she died Plattsburg, N.Y., February 20, 1853. 

1097. viii. Elizabeth Daggett,^ born New Haven, Conn., April 9, 1769. 

Rev. Naphtali Daggett, D.D., President of Yale College, was the 
second son among eight children. 

His father dying while he was yet young, he was left under the 
direction of a mother, who was, however, in every respect peculiarly 
qualified to discharge the duties which devolved upon her. 

He soon after commenced studies preparatory to college. He 
entered Yale College in 1744, and graduated in 1748, at the age of 

He was distinguished during his college life for industry and close 

He was settled as minister of Smithtown, on Long Island, in 1751. 
In September, 1755, he was elected the first professor of divinity in 
Yale College, which appointment he accepted, and removed to New 
Haven, and was inducted into office on March 4 following. This 
office he held during his life. After the resignation of Mr. Clap, 
September 10, 1766, he officiated as president till April 1, 1777, 
when he resigned the office, but still continued to hold that of pro- 
fessor of divinity. The learned Dr. Stiles was his successor in the 

During the barbarous attack on New Haven by the British army, in 
July, 1779, he took an active part in the defence of the country, and 
was distinguished for his resolution and inti'epidity. 

He made himself obnoxious by his open and active opposition to 
the British cause. 

He had often inculcated upon the students under his charge, in 
the pulpit and in the lecture-room, the duty of resistance to British 
oppression. He had, therefore, incurred the special displeasure of 
the invaders. 

He had openly preached and prayed against the success of their 

He knew no difference between preaching and practising, and when 
the crisis came, he carried his own principles into action. 

He shouldered his musket and went into the field with the rest, to 
repel the invaders. 

He was taken prisoner by the enemy. They beat and bruised him, 
and offered him every indignity in their power. His clerical charac- 
ter, in their eyes, was no exemption from the most outrageous abuses. 


They demauded of Mm who he was ; he imhesitatiugly replied : " My 
uame is Naphtali Daggett. I am one of the officers of Yale College. 
I require you to release me." — " But we understand you have been in 
the habit of praying against our cause." — " Yes, and I never made 
more sincere prayers in my life." He was at first left for dead on the 
ground. He was saved by the intrepidity of the lady into whose 
house he had been conveyed. After the British had retired, an offi- 
cer and a file of soldiers were sent back to convey him a prisoner on 
board then- transports. They came to the house and inquired for 
him, and were answered by the lady, who appeared at the door and 
resolutely refused to admit them, that he was so badly wounded it 
would be impossible to convey him on board alive. " My orders," 
said the oflicer, "are positive to take him with me." — "But you 
would not surely carry away a dying man ; he is now in the agonies 
of death." 

After repeated demands and refusals, the officer finally determined 
to return and report the case to his superior, and ask for further 
orders, but he never came back after his prisoner. He was taken 
prisoner, and came near losing his life. 

Dr. Daggett died in consequence of the wounds he had received 
on that occasion, November 2.5, 1780, at the age of fifty-three. He 
presided over the university about eleven years, and held the office 
of professor of divinity twenty-five years. 

Possessed of a strong, clear, and comprehensive mind, he applied 
himself with assiduity and success to the various branches of knowl- 
edge, particularly to the learned languages and divinity. 

Dr. Holmes, in his life of President Stiles, says : "He was a good 
classical scholar, well versed in moral philosophy, and a learned 
divine." Clearness of understanding and accuracy of thought were 
characteristics of his mind. 

He received the honorary degree of Doctor in Divinity from Yale 
College, and also from Princeton. He published a sermon on the 
death of President Clap, 1767 ; another delivered at the ordination of 
Rev. Ebenezer Baldwin, 1770 ; and a third delivered at the ordination 
of Rev. J. Howe, 1773. [Daggett's Hist. Attleboro'.] 

Alden Bradford, in his notices of distinguished men in New Eng- 
land, says of Dr. Daggett that " he was respectable as a theologian 
and a general scholar. "While he acted as president of the college, 
it was in a prosperous state, and several of the alumni, distinguished 
afterwards in public life, were educated whUe he was at the head of 
that seminary. In his character as a scholar, we find indications and 
traits rather of solid and useful learning than of brilliancy, or of 
original genius. In that generation of men, there was more of a 
desire to be useful than to excite admiration." 


December 25, 1780, administration was granted to Henry Daggett, 
and Henry Daggett, Jr., on the estate of Dr. Naphtali Daggett. 
[New Haven Probate, 12-43.5.] 

Feb 7, 1781 Inventory was presented in which moveables amounted to 
£293 17s id. Among the items are: 6 acres land on S.E. side of the road 
leading into the 2nd quarter; 4 acres land lying in the Commons E. of Carmel 
road; ^ acre lying in the town plot opposite Prof, of Divinitys House; 10 acres 
woodland in Westfield; 2 acres in Yorlishire quarter; V acre in Yorl^shire 
quarter ; ir Right of land in Ludlow Vt ; 1 Right of land in Wells Vt ; 1 Right of 
land in Windhall Vt. [New Haven Probate, 12-144.] 

Nov 26, 1783. A further account of adm. on the Estate shows: moveables 
£232 14s 5d ; lands £204-15-4 ; to be divided among the 7 children of said de- 
ceased. [14-210.] 

Dee 15, 1788 The estate was distributed and among the items : Henry Dag- 
gett, eldest son land in Ludlow and Windhall Vt, 1 Pinclibeck watch, a 
negro woman named Sue. To legal representative of Ebenezer Daggett, Right 
of land in Wells and Ludlow Vt; to John Daggett, 4 acres land in Commons E. 
of Carmel Road, 2 acres in Yorljshire quarter, 5 acres in Westfield, and land in 
Windhall Vt ; To Ezra Daggett, ^ acre land in town plot, opposite Professor's 
House, land in Ludlow Vt; To Sally Meers, Negro girl named Olive, silver por- 
ringer, 2 Table Spoons.— 4 tea spoons; To Polly Daggett, 1 i- acres land, and land 
in Windhall Vt; To Betsey Daggett, land in Windhall Vt. [14-224.] 

839. Samuel Daggett^ {Ebenezer,* John,' Thomas,'' John'), 
born Attleboro', Mass., January 3, 173^; died Schiiylei-ville, N.Y., 
August, 1806; married Needham, Mass., March 6, 174^, Abial 
Kingsbury, daughter of Nathaniel (?) Kingsbury. 

Issue : 

1098. i. Moses Daggett,^ born Needham, Mass., May 4, 17.50. 

1099. ii. Elizabeth Daggett, "^ born Needham, Mass., September 28, 1752; 

married Needham, Mass., November 9, 1775, John Mcintosh, of 

1100. iii. Samdel Daggett,^ born 1754. 

1101. iv. Ebenezer Daggett,'' born Needham, Mass., June 11, 1757; died 

Needham, Mass., July 21, 1761. 

1102. v. Asa Daggett," born Needham, Mass., October 22, 1759; died Need- 

ham, Mass., July 16, 17C1. 
1108. vi. Ebenezer Daggett," born Needham, Mass., May 16, 1762. 

1104. vii. Polly Daggett," born Needham, Mass., April 26, 1763. 

1105. viii. Asa Daggett," born Needham, Mass., December 17, 1765. 

1106. ix. Levi Daggett," born Needham, Mass., March 4, 1768. 

1107.x. Juliet Daggett," born Needham, Mass., October 24, 1770; died 

Belchertown, Mass., January 16, 1850. 
1108. xi. MicAJAH Daggett; " no further reported. 

Samuel Daggett, gentleman, yeoman, settled first in Needham, 

March 13, 1767. Nathaniel Kingsbury sells 40 acres of land to him, near the 

meeting-house in Needham. [Suffolk Deeds, 110-69.] 

Dec. 28, 1787, he deeds land, to his son Moses Daggett. [Suffolk Deeds, 


March 5, 1788, he sells land, to Timotliy Daniels. [Suffolk Deeds, 162-151.] 
Jan. 12, 1789. Sells 50 acres, to Daniel Ware. [Suffolk Deeds, 164-90.] 
July 8, 1789, sells laud in the West Parish, in Needham. [Suffolk Deeds. 



830. Dr. Ebenezer Daggett * {Ebenezer," John,' Thomas,^ 
John'), born Attleboro', Mass., October 15, 1732; died Wrenthara, 
Mass., February 26, 1782 ; married Wrentham, Mass., May 25, 1758, 
Susanna Metcalf, daughter of Timothy and Mary Metcalf, of 
Wrentham; born Wrentham, Mass., February 2, -1731; died 
Wrentham, Mass., November 17, 1797. 

Issue : 

1109. i. Susanna Daggett,* born Walpole, Mass., May 13, 1759. 

1110. li. Eunice Daggett,* born Walpole, Mass., December 10, 1760; died 

Wrentham, Mass., September 18, 1788. 
nil. iii. Ebenezer Daggett,* born Walpole, Mass., September 30, 1762. 

1112. It. Olive Daggett,* born Walpole, Mass., February 10, 1765. 

1113. V. Herman Daggett,* born Walpole, Mass., September 11, 1766. 

IIU. vi. Pliny Daggett,* born Walpole, Mass., July 5, 1770; " housewright; " 
died at sea. May, 1797. 

Dr. Ebenezer Daggett, physician, settled first in Walpole, Mass., 
where he purchased, October 14, 1757, a farm with dwelling-house 
and barn, for which he paid Solomon BuUard £48 13s. 4d. [Suffolk 
Deeds, 95-214.] He followed this purchase by others, as follows: 

Dec. 8, 1759, 3 acres in Walpole. [Suffolk Deeds, 95-215.] 

Feb 20, 1762, ^ of a meadow in Dedham. [Suffolk Deeds, 100-196.] 

March 1, 1762, 17 acres with house and barn in Walpole near the Neponset 

River. [Suffolk Deeds, 97-168.] 

Sept 13, 1763, dwelling house & land in Stoughton. [Suffolk Deeds, 100- 


July 22, 1766, an agreement was made between a number of people, among 

whom was Ebenezer Daggett, of Walpole, to build a furnace on a parcel of land 

in Stoughton, to cast hollow ware. [Suffolk Deeds, 109-24.] 

May 10, 1771, he sells ^ meadow in Dedham. [Suffolk Deeds, 150-4.] Aug. 

2, 1771, sells land in Walpole. [Suffolk Deeds, 119-215.] 

Between this time and October 20, 1772, he removed from Walpole 
to Wrentham, Mass., at which last date he is called of Wrentham, 
physician, and buys 167 acres of land there for £400. [Suffolk 
Deeds, 134-217.] 

Dr. Daggett was one of those interested in the measures which led 
to the Revolution, and at the meeting in Franklin, Mass., January 4, 
1775, was appointed one of a committee of fifteen inspectors to see 
to the execution of the advice of the Continental and Provincial 
Congresses. [Hist. Franklin.] 

Dr. Daggett acquu-ed an extensive practice, and was considered an 
excellent physician. 

April 2, 1782. Susanna Daggett, of Wrentham, was appointed 
administratrix of the estate of her husband, Ebenezer Daggett, late 
of Wrentham, physician, deceased, intestate. [Suffolk Probate, 

An inventory of the estate of Dr. Ebenezer Daggett, late of 
Wrentham, deceased, taken April 29, 1782: 


Cash on hand ..... 
Armor Books and Apparel 
Clock, Watch, Silver buckles &c. 
Surgeon Instruments & medicinal drugs 
6 beds and beding, house linen & cloth 
Desk, draws, chests, tables, & chairs 
Pewter, glass and Earthen ware 
Brass, iron, tin and wooden ware 
Chaise, horse, furniture, husbandry tools 
Yarn, flax and sundry indoor moveables 
Sundrys of old lumber 
Sundrys of Provision 

Stock of cattle 

Lands & buildings .... 

657 14 11 
[Suffolk Probate, 81-220.] 

June 5, 1787, Susanna Daggett presented her account of her 
administration, which includes among the receipts amounts from over 
one hundred people, residents of the locality where he lived, and 
probably are in payment for professional services rendered. [Suffolk 
Probate, 86-308.] 

June 0, 1787, the personal property is distributed among the chil- 
dren [Suffolk Probate, 86-311], and the real estate is ordered to be 
distributed. [Suffolk Probate, 86-417.] 

August 7, 1787, occurs the division of the real estate between the 
widow and children, the portion for the children being purchased by 
the eldest son, Ebenezer Daggett, by paying each of his brothers and 
sisters £30. [Suffolk Probate, 86, 417-418.] 

Oct 8, 1795 Susanna Daggett, widow, and others, of Wrentham, sell land on 
Scottows Creek, Boston. [Suffolk Deeds, 181-269.] 

833. Philip Daggett'* (Ebenezer,* John,^ Tlwmas,^ John^), 
born Attleboro', Mass., September 11, 1739; died New Haven, 
Conn., December 13, 1783; married Bede Mansfield, daughter of 
Thomas Mansfield ; born North Haven, Conn., November 21, 1746; 
died after November 6, 1810. 

Issue : 

1115. i. Samuel Daggett,* born 1768; died September Vi, 1772. 

1116. ii. William Daggett," married Volly; resided College street, New 

Haven; will dated November 6, 1810; inventory, .34,663.95. 

1117. iii. Amelia Daggett," born New Haven, Conn., 1780. 

1118. iv. Chaunct Daggett," born about 1781; Mr. Cooper, of North Haven, 

his guardian, appointed October 31, 1796. 

November 13, 1752, Mary Daggett was appointed guardian of 
Philip Daggett, "under fourteen years." [Bristol Probate.] 

Philip Daggett graduated at Yale College, 1762. He settled and 
died in New Haven, Conn. 

February 2, 1784. Administration was granted on the estate of 


Philip Daggett to Beede Daggett, widow, on bond of £300. [New 
Haven Probate, 14-237.] 

May 10, 1784. Walter Munson and Beede Daggett, administrators 
on estate of Philip Daggett, return inventory, of which the movable 
estate was £47 10s. 7d. [14-283.] 

A farther account of the settlement mentions youngest child not 
four years old. [14-315.] 

Mrs. Bede Daggett married, October 24, 1785, Ensign Thomas 

838. Mayhew Daggett* {Thomas," John," Thomas,- John^) 
born Attleboro', Mass., January 10, 1729; died Attleboro', Mass., 
May 7, 1775 ; married Martha Newell; she died after 1777. 

Issue : 

1119.1. Nancy Daggett,^ born Attleboro', Mass., October 28, 1767; died 
Attleboro', Mass., March 12, 1768. 

1120. ii. Chloe Daggett ,« born Attleboro', Mass., April 15, 1769. 

1121. iii Patte Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., February 2, 1771. 

1122. iv. Ltdia Daggett, * born Attleboro', Mass., April 14, 1773; died 

Attleboro', Mass., January 31, 1775. 

1123. v. Desire Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., December 2, 1775. 

May 29, 1775, Martha Daggett was appointed administrator of the 
estate of Mayhew Daggett, of Attleboro'. 

839. Thomas Daggett" {Thomas," John,'' Thomas,^ John'), 
born Providence, R.I., September 25, 1731; died Providence, R.I., 
August 19, 1807; married Attleboro', Mass., November 21, 1754, 
Sibulah Stanley. 

Issue : 

1124. i. Abner Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., August 8, 1755. 

1125. ii. Naphtali Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., March 18, 1757; died 

Attleboro', Mass., July 13, 1769. 

1126. iii. Melletier Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., February 13, 1759. 

1127. iv. Lucy Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., November 15, 1760. 

1128. V. Leonard Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., January 13, 1763. 

1129. vi. David Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., December 31, 1764. 

1130. vii. Dexter Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., March 15, 1767. 

1131. viii. Daughter ," born Attleboro', Mass., May 10, 1769. 

1132. is. Naphtali Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., August 19, 1771. 

Thomas Daggett was of Attleboro', " innholder," on May 29, 1777, 
at which time he made purchase of land and buildings in Attleboro'. 

He was interested in several transfers of real estate there during his 

He was a man of vigorous intellect, strong common sense, and 
decided and earnest religious character. 

His sou. Judge David Daggett, speaks of his father's strong sym- 
pathy with the friends of the " Great Awakening," which occurred in 
the earlier part of his manhood, under the preaching of Whitefield, 


Edwards, Bellamy, aud the Temieuts. In the controversy which, in 
subsequent years, grew out of that awakening, he was earnest on the 
side of its frieuds; so much so that he had a partiality for the 
" Separates " of that day, though he never united himself with them. 
He was a Baptist in sentiment. 

843. Naomi Daggett ' (Thomas,* John,^ Thomas," John^), bom 
Attleboro', Mass., June 16, 174|; died Attleboro', Mass., June 22, 
1776 ; married Ebenezer Sweet. 

Issue : 

1133. i. Calvin Sweet,^ born Attleboro', Mass., March 11, 1765. 

1134. ii. Arnold Sweet,'* born Attleboro', Mass., March 3, 1767. 

1135. iii. Elizabeth Sweet," born Attleboro', Mass., October 2, 1768. 
113C. ir. Elles Sweet," born Attleboro', Mass., November 20, 1770. 

1137. V. Abeh Sweet," born Attleboro', Mass., September 20, 1772. 

1138. vi. Ebenezer Sweet," born Attleboro', Mass., July 20, 1774; died Attle- 

boro', Mass., January 3, 1785. 

1139. vii. Naomi Sweet," born Attleboro', Mass., June 4, 1776 ; died Attleboro', 

Mass., June 5, 1776. 

844. Joseph Guild * (Abigail Daggett,'^ John,'' Thomas," John '), 
born Attleboro', Mass., June 22, 1716 ; died Attleboro', Mass., Sep- 
tember 18, 1792 ; married 1st, Attleboro', Mass., November 11, 1741, 
Hannah White, daughter of Rev. Ebenezer White, of Attleboro' ; died 
Attleboro', Mass., June 16, 1764; married 2d, 1775, Elizabeth 

Issue : 

1140.1. Abigail Guild," born Attleboro', Mass., 1743; married Daniel 

1141. ii. Hannah Guild," born Attleboro', Mass., September 23, 1747; married 

Penticost Walcott. 

1142. iii. Joseph Guild," born Attleboro', Mass., October 5, 1751 ; married May 

21, 1778, Sarah Woodcock, who died May, 1843; he died 1829. 

1143. iv. Elizabeth Guild," born Attleboro', Mass., September 23, 1753; 

married Mr. PuUen, of Maine. 

1144. v. Samuel Guild," born Attleboro', Mass., October 22, 1755; married 

Mittie Parmenter. 

1145. vi. Lydia Guild," born .\ttleboro', Mass., October 19, 1777; died in 


1146. vii. Nathan Guild," born Attleboro', Mass., April 22, 1782; died in 

Gibson, Pa. 

845. Benjamin Guild'* (Abigail Daggett," John,' Thomas," 
John '), born Attleboro', Mass., August 28, 1718 ; died November 2, 
1802; married Jemima Morse ; died May 7, 1782. 

Issue : 

1147. i. Eunice Guild," born ; married Nathan Mann, of Franklin, Mass. 

1148. ii. Elias Guild," born August, 1760; married Mary White. 

1149. iii. Naamah Guild," born ; married James Daniels, of Foxboro'. 

Benjamin Guild moved to Wreutham, where he was selectman, 


1766-7. In 1778, he was directed to call the first towu-meeting of 

846. Naphtali Guild ° {Abigail Daggett," John,'^ Thomas,^ 
John^), born Attleboro', Mass., July 3, 1719 ; married Joanna ; boru 
1721 ; died September 22, 1786. 

Issue : 

1150. i. Naphtali Guild,* born about 1755; married and had three children. 

1151. ii. Hakeiet Gdild.* 

1152. iii. John Guild," born Attleboro', Mass., July 28, 1763; married Margaret 

Daggett. See No. 1333. 

1153. iv. Eunice Guild,* married 1st, Hidden; 2d, Cooper; died Lansing- 

burg, N.Y. 

1154. T. LuCT Guild,* married Wilmarth; died Ira, Vt. 

1155. vi. Abigail Guild,* married, 1788, Ira Barrus; eight children. 

847. Ebenezer Guild ' {Abigail Daggett," John,^ Thomas," 
Jo?tm'), born Attleboro', Mass., August 29, 1722; died Wrentham, 
Mass. ; maiTied Phebe Day, of Wrentham. 

Issue : 

1156. i. Phebe Guild,* born September 24, 1753; married Mr. Cheever, of 


1157. ii. Mary Guild,* born June 8, 1755; died February 27, 1760. 

1158. iii. Ebenezer Guild,* born March 1, 1759; married Mary Lane. 

1159. iv. Mary Guild,* born November 4, 1761; died Wrentham, Mass.. 

December 20, 1832. 

1160. V. David Guild,* born September 17, 1764; married 1st, Olive Day; 

2d, Pliebe Puffer. 

1161. vi. .Judith Guild,* born February 20, 1767; married George Blackinton. 

1162. vii. Susanna Guild,* born September 21, 1769; married John Wilkin- 

son, of Wrentham ; no issue. 

883. Brothekton Daggett ^ {Brotherton," Joshua,^ Thomas,^ 
John'), baptized Edgartown, Mass., February 7, 1725; married 
Boston, Mass., November 7, 1751, by Rev. Samuel Cooper, to Mary 
Tucker; possibly married second, Edgartown, Mass., June 9, 1782, 
Mrs. Jerusha Bunker. 

1163. i. Brotherton Daggett,* born Edgartown, Mass., September 16, 1752. 

1164. ii. Henry Daggett,* born Edgartown, Mass., July 2, 1755. 

1165. iii. Molly Daggett,* born Edgartown, Mass., August 8, 1757. 

1166. iv. Thankfull Daggett,* born Edgartown, Mass., April 16, 1760. 

1167. v. Jethro Daggett,* born Edgartown, Mass., October 21, 1762. 

1168. vi. Sarah Daggett,* born Edgartown, Mass., October 29, 1764. 

1169. vii. Susa Daggett,* born Edgartown, Mass., January 23, 1767. 

1170. viii. Timothy Daggett,* born Edgartown, Mass., March 23, 1768. 

1171. ix. Isaac Daggett,* born Edgartown, Mass., May 26, 1770. 

October 9, 1763, Mary, wife of Brotherton Daggett, was admitted 
to full communion in the church in Edgartown. 

885. Thomas Daggett ^ {Brotherton," Joshua,^ Thomas," John ') , 
baptized Edgartown, Mass., November 10, 1728; died Union, Me., 


May 15, 1806; married Rebecca Athearn ; died Union, Me., August 
3, 1805. 
Issue : 

1172. i. Samuel Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., May 19, 1753. 

1173. ii. Thomas Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., 1755. 

1174. iii. Hannah Daggett;" married Mr. Norton. 

1175. iv. Aaron Daggett," 

1176. T. Rebecca Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., 1765; married Matthew 

Daggett. See No. 1182. 

1177. vi. Andrew Daggett." 

Thomas Daggett probably removed to Tisbury about the time of 
his marriage. 

Dukes Deeds show the following sales of real estate, which he 
made from time to time, having doubtless in view his removal from 
the Island : 

Feb. 19, 1765 he and wife Rebecca to Lemuel Butler and Hannah his wife 
land in Chilmark. [Dukes Deeds, 9-444.] 

April 5, 1765 land in Tisbury to Robert Manter. [Dukes Deeds, 9-433.] 
April 5, 1765 land in Tisbury to Samuel Cobb. [Dukes Deeds, 9-553.] 
July 8, 1765 land in Chilmark to Moses Lumbert. [Dukes Deeds, 9-466.] 
Oct. 31, 1765 land in Tisbury to Thos. Walrod. [Dukes Deeds, 9-483.] 
April 11, 1769 he & others divide land in Tisbury. [Dukes Deeds, 9-648.] 
Feb. 12, 1772 land in Tisbury to Lemuel Butler. [Dukes Deeds, 9-818.] 

Brotherton Daggett says : "The Daggetts being strongly inclined 
to move from Martha's Vineyard sent Thomas Daggett, Jr., to 
Albany and the vicinity in New York to look up a farm. He was 
not a judge of land, and returned without finding one to suit him. 

"Thomas Daggett, Senr., came along the coast, went back from 
Camden into the woods, and with some others was about to purchase 
the whole of Appleton Ridge, except the proprietors' reserved lots. 

" On going to the rear of the Ridge and seeing the Cedar Swamp, 
his courage failed him, and he went home without concluding a 

" A year or two afterward Thomas Daggett, Jr., and Aaron Dag- 
gett came to Union. 

" They purchased the place since owned by Olney Titus, cleared a 
piece, and sowed rye. 

" In the fall they took as a specimen a box of soil from the land 
now owned by Nahum Thurston, returned to Martha's Vineyard, and 
spent the winter. 

" Their father, Thomas Daggett, Senr., was prevailed ou to accom- 
pany them to Union in the following May." 

He bought May 29, 1789 — 700 acres of land in Union of Mason Wheaton 
of Thomaston for245£ and called himself of Tisbury. [Lincoln Deeds, 23-185.] 

July 14, 1789 he and his wife Rebecca of Union sell 90 acres land in Union 
to Samuel Daggett of Tisbury " cordwainer." [Lincoln Deeds, 25-111.] 

Tlie same date he of Union, gentleman, sells 100 acres in Union to Aaron 
Daggett, of Union. [Lincoln Deeds, 26-164.] 


Thomas Daggett came with his family to Union between May 29 
and July 14, 1789. 

"He landed at Warren. Everything seemed different from what 
it was in May. 

"He was a nervous man, and finding himself here for life he ex- 
claimed, ' I am completely undone.' The forests looked formidable. 
It was too woody for him. The family came to Union from Warren 
in boats." [Sibley's Hist, of Union, Me.] 

April 5, 1790, Thomas Daggett was one of a committee to hire 
preaching, and served again on a similar coYnmittee March 7, 1796. 

March 7, 1791, he was on a committee to receive and price lumber 
for use in building a meeting-house. 

May 7, 1792, one of the town's committee to make choice of a spot 
for a meeting-house. 

In 1798 he was " tithingman," and had pew No. 14, for which he 
paid $20.50. 

As regards the habits of the people at the church, Thomas Daggett, 
Senr., Capt. Nicholson, and Ebenezer Daggett, consulting their own 
convenience and comfort, were in the habit, even in meeting, of 
wearing cotton caps which rivalled the snow iu whiteness. 

March 7, 1803, he with others, including the selectmen, were a 
committee to confer with Mr. Gushee, respecting his settling there as 
a minister. 

When the Congregational church was organized, March 3, 1803, the 
articles and covenant were signed by Thomas Daggett, Mrs. Rebecca 
Daggett, and others. 

Jifne 24, 1806, Samuel Daggett was appointed administrator of 
Thomas Daggett, late of Union, deceased, intestate. [Lincoln Pro- 
bate, 9-102.] 

Inventory amounted to $592.64. [Lincoln Probate, 12-255.] 

June 29, 1813, Samuel Daggett renders his account, from which it 
appears there were five heii-s to the estate. [Lincoln Probate, 17- 

886. Timothy Daggett* {Brotherton,* Joshua," Thomas,' 
John^), bapt. Edgartown, Mass., February 28, 1731; married 
Taunton, Mass. (?), Sibbel Smith, daughter of Ebenezer Smith, of 
Taunton, Mass. 

Issue : 

1178. i. SiBELL Daggett,"^ born Dighton, Mass., January 30, 175G. 

1179. ii. Timothy Daggett, "^ born Dighton, Mass., April 8, 1762. 

July 13, 1765, Timothy Daggett, of Dighton, and Sybil his wife, 
sell land in Edgartown to Brotherton Daggett. [Dukes Deeds, 



887. Elijah Daggett ° {Brotherton,* Joshua,^ Thomas,' John ^), 
bapt. Edgartown, Mass., April 21, 1734; "shipwright; " died Nan- 
tucket, Mass., previous to June 7, 1771; married Tisbury, Mass., 
November 9, 1757, Jedidah Chase, daughter of Thomas and Eliza- 
beth .(Athearn) Chase; born Tisbury, Mass., February 14, 1736; 
died New Vineyard, Me. 

Issue : 

1180. i. Tkisteam Daggett," born August 22, 1758. 

1181. ii. Elijah Daggett.'^ 

1182. iii. Matthew Daggett,'' born 1764. 

1183. iv. Abigail Daggett," born 17G6; married Capt. Samuel Daggett. See 

No. 1006. 

1184. V. Mart Daggett," married Mr. Long. 

1185. yl. Nathan Daggett," said to have been pilot to the French fleet while in 

American waters during the Revolution. 

Mrs. Daggett married 2d, Mr. Kimblen, and spent the last of her 
days with her son-in-law Capt. Samuel Daggett. 

Not. 16, 1757 Elijah Daggett, sells land in Tisbury. [Dukes Deeds, 8-650.] 
May 8, 1766 Elijah Daggett, of Nantucket, and Jedidah his wife, sell land in 
Edgartown. [Dukes Deeds, 9-533.] 

Christopher Starbuck appointed administi-ator of the estate of 
Elijah Daggett, of Sherboi-n, shipwright, deceased, June 7, 1771. 
[Nantucket Probate, 3-149.] 

Inventory of estate of Elijah, August 3, 1771 : Dwelling-house, 
£360; twelve rods of land, at £10 per rod; whole estate, old tenor, 
£525 4s. Od. [N.P., 3-166.] 

January 3, 1772. The estate was rendered insolvent. 

June 4, 1773. Order of court to set off to Jedidah, widow of 
Elijah, her dower: 

^ of Dwelling house to Jedidah, and land it stands on ; whole of the kitchen 
and the whole of the bedroom, in south end of said kitchen, except such part 
of said kitchen as is included by a line drawn from the outward part of the south 
jamb in the kitchen, to the bedroom partition which is allowed for a stairway to 
the other j. 15 June 1773. [N.P., 3-212.] 

December 3, 1773. The widow's portion to be divided among the 
creditors after her decease. [N.P., 3-215.] 

888. Jethko Daggett ° {Brotherton,* Joshua,^ Thomas,' John^) , 
bapt. Edgartown, Mass., May 23, 1736; died Newport, R.I. (?), 
previous to Nov. 2, 1784; married Hannah (?). 

Issue : 
118G. i. James Daggett," born Newport, R.I., 1770. 

891. Hepzibah Daggett" (Jacob,'' Joshua," Thomas,^ John^), 
born Nantucket, Mass., 1717; married 1st, Nantucket, Mass., 


August 15, 1738, by John Coffin, J. P., to John Jones; he died pre- 
vious to 1761 ; married 2d, Mr. Butler. 
Issue : 

1187. 1. Hepzibah Jones,^ born Nantucket, Mass., January 4, 173f. 

1188. ii. John Jones,* born Nantucket, Mass., May 1, 1741. 

893. Nathan Daggett* {Jacoh,'^ Joshua," Thomas,' John^), 
born Nantucket, Mass., December 21, 1723; died previous to 
November 12, 1760; married Nantucket, Mass., December 21, 1743, 
by John Coffin, J. P., to Margaret Gardner, daughter of Ebenezer 
and Eunice Gardner. 

Issue : 

1189. i. Stephen Daggett,* born Nantucket, Mass., 1744. 

1190.11. Hepsabeth Daggett,* born Nantucket, Mass., 1748; married Nan- 
tucket, Mass., July 17, 17G6, by Eben Calef, J.P., to William Tucker- 
man. (In New Bedford, 1835.) 

1191. iii. Timothy Daggett,* born Nantucket, Mass., 17.51; died single. 

1192. iv. Ltdia Daggett,* born Nantucket, Mass., 9, 1, 1758. 

Nathan Daggett, mariner, having deceased, his children appoint 
their uncle, Uriah Gardner, as their guardian, February 10, 1761. 

Mrs. Margaret (Gardner) Daggett married, at Nantucket, Mass., 
Novenfber 12, 1760, by Grafton Gardner, J. P., to Isaac Mayo. 

896. Benjamin Daggett* (Jacob,' Joshua,^ Thomas,' John^), 
born Nantucket, Mass., April 21, 1731; died previous to February 
6, 1761 ; married. 

Issue : 

1193. i. Hdldah Daggett,* born Nantucket, Mass., 1751. 

899. Ebenezer Daggett* {John,* Joseph,^ Josepli,^ John ^) (?) , 
" weaver ; " died (probably in New Vineyard, Me.) ; married Edgar- 
town, Mass., March 6, 1759, Jedidah Vinson, daughter of Nathaniel 
and Deborah (Stuart) Vinson ; died Industry, Me. 

Issue : 

1194. i. Peter Daggett,* born Martha's Vineyard, January 17, 1770. 

1195. ii. Aaron Daggett,* born Martha's Vineyard. 

1196. iii. Betsey Daggett,* born Martha's Vineyard. Received by letter 

from Tisbury Baptist Church at the Industry Baptist Church, Oc- 
tober 21, 1810. Probably returned to Martha's Vineyard. 

1197. iv. Hannah Daggett,* born Martha's Vineyard, September 21, 1776. 

Ebenezer Daggett, weaver, of Tisbui-y, Mass., bought, in company 
with Peter, lot No. 18, second range of lots in New Vineyard, Febru- 
ary 25, 1793. March 11, 1796, he sells his interest to liis son 

Owing to imperfect record.*, and the frequent repetition of the same 
name in different families, doubt exists as to the ancestry of Ebene- 
zer Daggett. Mrs. A. C. Pratt, of Chelsea, Mass., who has made a 


study of Martha's Vineyard families, and who succeeded to the col- 
lections of the late Hon. R. L. Pease, of Edgartown, sets up as 
a hypothetical line the one adopted above. This is adopted, and 
should be accepted only as a possible solution of the question. The 
future may prove or disprove it, but at present it seems the most 
likely of any possible line. 

901. John Daggett '^ {John,* Joseph,'^ Jose^yli,' John ^) (?), died 
New Vineyard, Me., 1794-.5; man-ied Ist, Rachel Coffin; died soon 
after marriage; married 2d, Edgartown, Mass., June 11, 1761, 
Thankful Vinson, daughter of Nathaniel and Deborah (Stuart) Vin- 
son ; died New Vineyard, Me., at an advanced age. 

Issue : 

1198. i. John Daggett,^ born Martha's Vineyard, 1758. 

1199. ii. Rachel Daggett,^ school-teacher on Martha's Vineyard. Died of 

consumption soon after the family removed to Maine. 

1200. iii. Thankful Daggett,'' died unmarried, aged 62 years. 

1201. iv. Deborah Daggett,* married March 22, 1795, Willard Spaulding; 

had son, John D. Spaulding. 

John Daggett, prior to his removal to Maine, resided in Edgartown. 
He was a " miller," and tradition says he operated a windmill on the 
island. He was a soldier in the Revolutionary war. He bought, 
February 11, 1793, lot No. 2 in the second range of lots in New 
Vineyard Township, aud probably began a clearing the same year. 
He received injuries while piling his chopping, from which he never 
recovered, and died soon after his removal from the Vineyard. 

Dr. Hatch suggests, in his History of Industry, that John may 
have been a brother of Ebenezer. 

Owing to imperfect records, the placing of this John as the John,* 
son of John,'' is only hypothetical, and should not be accepted, except 
as a theory, which may be proved right or wrong in the future. 



915. John Daggett ° ( William,' Israel,* Joseph,^ John,^ John ' ) , 
born Seekonk, Mass.; died Seekonk, Mass., March, 1846; married 
Hannah Barnes, daughter of Samuel and Hannah Barnes ; born Bar- 
rington, R.I., 1782; died Seekonk, Mass., December 1, 1858. 

Issue : 
1202. i. William Daggett.' 


919. Israel Daggett" {William,^ Israel," Joseph,^ John," 
John '), bom Seekonk, Mass. ; died Pawtucket, Mass., March, 1842 ; 
married Lucy Bicknell. 

Issue : 
1203. i. Hannah Dorman Daggett,' born Relioboth, Mass., April 23, 1805; 
married Jefferson Daggett. See No. 1208. 

924. Jacob Daggett^ {Daniel,^ Israel,* Joseph,' John," John '), 
born Rehoboth, Mass., March 12, 1765; died Seekonk, Mass., July 
18, 1814; married Lydia Slack, daughter of Samuel and Ruth 
(Stearns) Slack; born Rehoboth, Mass., April 20, 1771 ; died Reho- 
both, Mass., May 6, 1815. 

Issue : 
1204.1. John Sterns Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., June 2G, 1793; 
"blacksmith;" married; no issue; died Seekonk, Mass., January 
1, 1864. 

1205. ii. Mary Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., May 26, 1795; died See- 

konk, Mass., December 6, 1866. 

1206. iii. Sidney Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., Mav 3, 1797; " farmer; " 

died Seekonk, Mass., February 6, 1883. 

1207. iv. Adah Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., March 25, 1799; died See- 

konk, Mass., February 22, 1874. 

1208. V. Jefferson Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., Norember 30, 1800. 

1209. vi. Ltdia Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., September 10, 1802; resides 

Seekonk, Mass. (1892). 

1210. vii. Cynthia Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., February 2, 1806; died 

Seekonk, Mass., March 4, 1876. 

1211. Tui. Jacob Daggett,' born Seekonk, Mass., December 28, 1807. 

1212. ix. Samuel Slack Daggett,' born Seekonk, Mass., July 9, 1809. 

1213. X. Nancy Daggett,' born Seekonk, Mass., September 2, 1811; married 

Bridgman; had sou Brainard ; resided at Denver, Col., at one time; 
she died August 25, 1876. 

1214. xi. Emma Daggett,' born Seekonk, Mass., August 2, 1813; died See- 

konk, Mass., September 16, 1846. 

The estate of Jacob Daggett, of Seekonk, was administered on by 
his son John S. Daggett. 

939. Reuben Dxggktt:^ {Reuben,^ Nathaniel," Nathaniel,' John," 
John '), born Attleboro', Mass., November 11, 1755; died Daggett's 
Mills, Pa., Fetruary 8, 1835; married 1st, Westmoreland, N.H., 
December 11, 1777, by Rev. Ebenezer Bailey, to Esther Cobb; born 
1750; died Paris, N.Y., December 2, 1798; married 2d, near Utica, 
N.Y., December 9, 1800, Kesiah Darby; born 1753; died Jackson, 
Pa., March 15, 1827; married 3d, Jackson, Pa , May 31, 1827, 
Abigail Woodward. 

Issue : 

1215. i. Reuben Daggett,' born Westmoreland, N.H., February 19, 1781. 

1216. ii. Chloe Daggett,' born Westmoreland, N.H., .July 20, 1783. 

1217. iii. Esther Daggett,' born Westmoreland, N.II.. December 26, 1785. 

1218. iv. Rhoda Daggett,' born Westmoreland, N.H , MHrch 8, 1788 ; married 

Moses Bennett ; died Vermont. 

1219. V. Seth Daggett,' born Westmoreland, N.H., July 3, 1790. 


1220. vi. Saloma Daggett,' born Westmorelanri, N.H., Jnly 3, 1790. 

1221. vii. RuFDS Daggett,' born Westmoreland, N.H., DecfUiber 3, 1792. 

1222. Tiii. Belinda Daggett,' born Westmoreland, N.H.,.Tuly 9, 1795; married 

James Cooper; issue: four children; removed to Illinois about 

1223. ix. Ltdia Daggett,' born Westmoreland, N.H., October 16, 1797. 

Reuben Daggett served in the Revolutionary war. He resided in 
Westmoreland, N.H., until 1797, when he removed to Paris Furnace, 
eight miles from Utica, N.Y., then ten years later to Daggett's 
Mills, Tioga county, Pa. Daggett's Mills Post-offlce originated from 
the building of grist and saw mills in that place by the sons of Reuben 

They were the first settlers in the locality. 

932. Daniel Daggett * (Reuben,^ Nathaniel," Nathaniel,' John,- 
John^), born Attleboro', Mass., July 27, 1762; died Glocester, 
R.I., AprU 12, 1825; married November 11, 1783, Sarah Ball; born 
Taunton, Mass., 1763 (living, 1843, age eighty years). 

Issue : 

1224. i. Daniel Daggett.' 

1225. ii. Rnrus Daggett,' born 1793. 

1226. iii. Reuben Daggett.' 

1227. IT. George Daggett.' 

1228. T. Joel Daggett.' 

1229. vi. Charles Daggett.' 

1230. Tii. Nancy Daggett.' 

1231. Tiii. Reanet Daggett.' 

1232. ix. Serel N. Daggett,' born Burrillville, R.I., 1812. 

Daniel Daggett, a nailer by trade, lived for several years after his 
marriage in Attleboro', then removed to Rhode Island. He resided 
in North Providence in 1818, and in 1821 was in Glocester, R.I. 
In the Revolution, be enlisted in June, 1777, before, he was fifteen 
years old, and served for nearly a year as waiter to Colonel Daggett. 

In 1778 he engaged as a private for three years with Captain Cole, 
in the Massachusetts regiment commanded by Col. Henry Jackson, 
and was in 1778 in Rhode Island during General Sullivan's cam- 

955. Levi Daggett " {John, ° John," Nathaniel,' John,'' John'), 
born Rehoboth, Mass., April 12, 1761 ; died Seekonk, Mass., Decem- 
ber, 1823 ; married Keziah Peck, daughter of Comfort and Keziah 
(Peck) Peck, of Seekonk, Mass. ; born Seekonk, Mass., January 2, 
1764; died Seekonk, Mass., April 4, 1836. 

Issue : 

1233. 1. Mart Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., July 5, 1788; died E. Provi- 

dence, R.I., December 19, 1874. 

1234. ii. Keziah Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., November 16, 1790. 

1235. iii. John Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., April 20, 1792. 


1236. iv. Levi Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., January 29, 1794; died See- 

konk, Mass., March 31, 1855. 

1237. V. Hannah Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., January 19, 1796. 

1238. vi. Betsey Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., January 19, 1796; died 

Seekonk, Mass., March 26, 1824. 

1239. vii. Fanny Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., March 14, 1798; died See- 

konk, Mass., March, 1829. 

1240. viii. Lydia Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., April 10, 1801. 

956. Hope Daggett' {John, ^ John * Nathaniel,^ John^ John^), 
born Rehoboth, Mass., December 16, 1762; married Rehoboth, 
Mass., December 20, 1781, by Rev. E. Hyde, to John Davis. 

Issue : 

1241. i. Joshda Davis.' 

974. Robert Daggett ' {James,'' John,* Nathaniel,^ John,' 
John'), bom Rehoboth, Mass., May 1, 1763; died after 1830; mar- 
ried Rehoboth, Mass., September 23, 1784, by Rev. Robert Rogerson, 
to Elizabeth Daggett, daughter of Dauiel and Bebe (Perry) Daggett, 
(No. 925) ; born Rehoboth, Mass., August 11, 1767. 

Issue : 

1242. i. Preston Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., November 27, 1784. 

1243. ii. Bebe Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., November 17, 1786; married 

Rehoboth, Mass., July 7, 1805, by John Hills, to George Bishop. 

1244. iii. Betsey Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., January 10, 1788. 

1245. iv. Gilbert Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., March 21, 1791; married 

Rehoboth, Mass., April 21, 1811, Eliza Pearce ; removed to Provi- 
dence, R.I. 

1246. V. Robert Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., September 13, 1793. 

1247. vl. Rebecca Humphrey Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., December 

31, 1797. 

1248. vii. Daniel Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., January 10, 1799. 

1249. viii. Timothy Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., February 25, 1800; died 

March, 1828. 

1250. ii. Mary Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., May 12, 1803 

1251.x. George Hammond Daggett,' born Rehohoth, Mass., June 27, 1805 ; 
married Seekonk, Mass., April 1, 1832, by Rev. James 0. Barney, 
to Mrs. Hannah Mercy. 

983. Henry Daggett' {James,^ John,* Nathaniel,^ John,' 
John'), born Rehoboth, Mass., April 14, 1781; died Seekonk, 
Mass., 1839; married Belinda Webster (?) ; died Seekonk, Mass., 

Issue : 

1252. i. James Henry Daggett,' born 1828; died Seekonk, Mass., 1857. 

1253. ii. Ellen V. Daggett,' born Seekonk, Mass., 1843. 

986. William Daggett ° {Nathan,^ John,* Nathaniel,^ John,' 
John'), born Rehoboth, Mass., February 26, 1758; married Reho- 
both, Mass., October 22, 1778, by Rev. E. Hyde, to Mary Daggett, 
daughter of Daniel and Bebe (Perry) Daggett (No. 923) ; born Re- 
hoboth, Mass., April 3, 1762. 


987. Abigail Daggett^ (Nathan,' John,* Nathaniel,^ John,"^ 
John^), bom Rehoboth, Mass., AprO 16, 1760; died Swanzey, 
N.H., 183|; married Rehoboth, Mass., August 25, 1781, by Rev. 
E. Hyde, to David Read, son of Nathan and Dorothy (Titus) 
Read; born Rehoboth, Mass., June 3, 1756; died Swanzey, N.H., 

Issue : 

1254. i. William Read,' born Rehoboth, Mass., July 31, 1783. 

1255. ii. David Read,' born Rehoboth, Mass., November 29, 1784. 

1256. iii. Obadiah Read.' 

1257. iv. Aaron Read.' 

1258. V. Lewis Read,' died January 6, 1823. 

1259. vi. Nathan Daggett Read,' born October 7, 1800. 

1260. vii. Abigail Read.' 

1261. viii. Sally Read.' 

1262. ix. Makt Read.' 

1001. Isaac Daggett^ (Samuel,' Samuel,* Thomas,^ Thomas,^ 
John'), born Tisbury, Mass., November 26, 1737; died Tisbury, 
Mass., October 26, 1805; married 1st, Tisbury, Mass., January 
17, 1759, Abigail West, daughter of Dr. Elisha and Abigail 
(Gibbs) West; born Tisbury, Mass., June 26, 1742; died Tisbury, 
Mass., July 22, 1772; married 2d, Falmouth, Mass., August 4, 
1772, Mrs. Rebecca Tobey, widow of Samuel Tobey, daughter of 
Mr. Hatch; died Tisbury, Mass., January 23, 1823. 

Issue : 

1263. i. Abigail Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., November 4, 1759. 

1264. ii. Son Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., January 8, 1762 ; died Tis- 

bury, Mass., January 8, 1762. 

1265. iii. Son Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., December 7, 1762; died 

Tisbury, Mass., December 7, 1762. 

1266. iv. Son Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., June 7, 1764; died Tis- 

bury, Mass., June 7, 1764. 

1267. V. Daughter Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., August 26, 1765; 

died Tisbury, Mass., August 26, 1765. 

1268. vi. Sakah Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., August 6, 1769; married 

Tisbury, Mass., May 4, 1788, Peter West, Jr. 

1269. vii. Rebecca Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., June 16, 1773; married 

Samuel Daggett. See No. 1284. 

1270. viii. Mart Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., January 80, 1775. 
1271.12. Hannah Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., June 3, 1777; died Tis- 
bury, Mass., July 13, 1777. 

1272.x. Jane Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., June 6, 1778; married William 
Daggett. See No. 1273. 

1003. William Daggett ^ (Seth,^ Samuel,* Thomas,'^ Thomas,- 
John'), married Mary Stuart. 

1273. i. William Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., August, 1773. 

1274. ii. Seth Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., March 7, 1780. 

1275. iii. Peter Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., 1780. 


1276. iv. Mart Daggett,' married Tisbury, Mass., March 17, 1795, Capt. 

William Cottle; issue: William Cottle,^ who married Jane Manter, 
and had issue Mary Cottle.' 

1277. v. Jane Daggett,' married 1st, Tisbury, Mass., November 24, 1792, 

Paschal Paoli Bartlett; married 2d, Mr. Arnold. 

1278. vi. Abigail Daggett.' 

1279. vii. Sylvands Daggett.' 

1004. Peter Daggett " {Seth,'' Samuel,' Thomas,^ Thomas,^ 
John^), born Tisbury, Mass., May 4, 1738; died at sea; married 
Harwich, Mass. (intention, Nov. 24, 1756), Deliverance Caliooo. 

1280. i. BET.SET Daggett,' born 1758. 

1281. 11. Nathan Daggett.' 

1282. iii. Isaac Daggett.' 

1283. iv. DiLLiE Daggett,' married a Philadelphia lawyer, and had issue 

Sarah,^ EUza.» 

1006. Capt. Samuel Daggett^ {Seth,^ Samuel,* Thomas,^ 
Thomas,'' John^), born Tisbury, Mass., May 9. 1745; died New 
Vineyard, Me., May 30, 1835; married 1st, Tisbury, Mass., Sarah 
Butler, born August 23, 1744; died Boston, Mass., March 27, 1789; 
married 2d, Holmes Hole, Mass., Abigail Daggett, daughter of 
Elijah and Jedidah (Chase) Daggett (No. 1183); born 1766; 
died Farmington, Me., September 30, 1846. 

Issue : 

1284. i. Samuel Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., July 11, 1764. 

Capt. Samuel Daggett, accompanied by his son Samuel, moved 
from Martha's Vineyard to the district of Maine, then a part of 
Massachusetts, in 1794, and settled in what was afterwards New 
Vineyard, now a part of Industry. Sarah Butler, the first wife of 
Capt. Daggett, died in Boston, Mass., aud was buried in the Granary 
Burial-ground, where a stone stands to her memory, inscribed as 
follows : 

In memory of 

Mrs Sarah Daggett 

the amiable consort of 

Capt SAUinEL Daggett 

died March 27, 1789 

aged 44 yrs 7 mos & 4 days. 

A kind companion & tender Parent 

Captain Daggett is mentioned as a of some property, careful 
and methodical in business transactions, precise in his use of language, 
and a moral, upright man. In 1781 was probably in command of the 
ship "Mars," six guns, twenty men. 


1007. Nathan Daggett ° (Seth,' Samuel,^ Thomas,^ TJiomas,' 
John '), died New Vineyard, Me. ; married Tisbury, Mass., May 14, 
1773, Ann Wilkins. 

Issne : 

1285. i. West Daggett.' 

1286. ii. Betsey Daggett,' married Richard Pomeroy; went West. 

1287. iii. Catherine Daggett,' married Johin Gray, of Embden. 

1288. iv. Nancy Daggett,' married Eben Colby, of New Vineyard ; went West 

with Mrs. Pomeroy. 

1289. V. Lydia Daggett,' married 1st, April 28, 1817, John Elliott, of New 

Portland; married 2d, Moses Wescott; went West. 

1290. vi. Thomas West Daggett,' married (published July 20, 1819) Hannah 

Merrill, of New Portland ; lived in Madison ; probably died there. 

1291. rii. Jesse Daggett,' married (published November 15, 1821) Sophia 

Lovejoy, sister of Thomas and Loyal Lovejoy; went West. 

1292. viii. Daggett,' married February 5, 1815, Polly Elliott, of New 

Portland, sister of John Elliott. 

Nathan Daggett removed to Industry about 1793. 

1009. Capt. Silas Daggett ^ {Seth,' Samuel," Thomas,'^ Tliomas,' 
John '), born Tisbury, Mass., May 14, 1757 ; died Farmiugton, Me., 
September 12, 1847; married December 17, 1778, Deborah Butler, 
daughter of Elijah and Thankful (Smith) Butler; born Edgartown, 
Mass., November 13, 1759. 

Issue : 

1293. i. Maky Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., August 17, 1778. 

1294. ii. West Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., November 26, 1780. 

1295. iii. Silas Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., February 9, 1782. 

1296. iv. Deborah Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., July 5, 1785. 

1297. v. Sarah Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., December 6, 1787. 

1298. t1. Joseph Bassett Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., December 14, 1790. 

1299. vii. Elizabeth West Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., September 24, 

1793; married August 25, 1812, Bartlett Luce, of Farmiugton, Me., 
son of Alsbury and Sarah (Burgess) Luce. 

1300. viii. Sophronia Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., July 31, 1796; married 

1815, William Donham; she died Tisbury, Mass., August 11, 1871; 
he died before 1871. 

Capt. Silas Daggett settled in Industry, Me., as early as 1806. 
He was town clerk iu Indiisti^, Me., in 1809 ; also town treasurer for 
the same year. 

Concerning the last-mentioned office, William Allen, in his History 
of Industry, relates the following : 

The next year the captain brought in his account entered in a treasury book, 
and declined a reelection, because his book would not tell the truth ; that he had 
cliarged all bills paid, and entered all the orders he had drawn on collectors to 
pay bills with ; that he had done all the business by orders and bills ; had not 
received or paid a dollar iu money on the town's account; but his book showed 
a considerable balance due to him, which he knew was not the case. 

Captain Daggett lived in the town a few years, and then returned 
to Martha's Vineyard. 


He was a sailor, and also a commander of vessels. 
Capt. Silas Daggett composed the following : 

Sister Jedidah doth believe, 

The electing plan she well doth know ; 
And out of a thousand more than one 

To Heaven, she's sure, there cannot go. 
A young man heard her, then with ease 

(You know him well, 'twas Wm. Downs) 
Said, "Tell, Miss Dida, if you please. 

Who is to go from these three towns? " 
" La! Mr. Wm., so I can ! 

My good old mother she must go, 
And Ebenezer, that good man, 

'Twas fore-ordained it must be so. 
And sister Betsy is all devotion. 

And" — "Stop! stop !" says Bill, "you can't have more, 
Our island has its full proportion." 

1010. Mart Daggett ° (Seth,^ Samuel," TJiomas,^ Thomas,' 
John^), bapt. 1760; married Tisbury, Mass., May 13, 1779, Peleg 

In " Romance of the Revolution," by Oliver Bruce, is the story of 
the blowing up of the liberty pole at Vineyard Haven, then Holmes 
Hole, by three young ladies. 

One -of the three was Mary Daggett, who afterward married Mr. 
HUlmau. She is said to have been a woman of superior mental 

1017. Michael Daggett" {Sylvanus,^ Samuel," Thomas,^ 
Thomas,^ Jolm'), horn Tisbury, Mass., November 14,1770; died 
Tisbury, Mass., September 28, 1852 ; married 1st, Tisbury, Mass., 
March 30, 1795, Elizabeth Butler, daughter of Thomas and Abigail 
(West) Butler; died July 20, 1803; married 2d, March 27, 1804, 
Remembrance Nye, daughter of John and Tamar Nye, of Chilmark, 
Mass.; married 3d, Tisbury, Mass., March 28, 1813, Mercy Look, 
daughter of Samuel and Margaret Look. 

Issue : 

1301. i. Abigail West Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., August 5, 1798; died 

Tisbury, Mass., February 14, 1878. 

1302. ii. Peter Butler Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., November 16, 1801. 

1303. ui. Augusta Nye Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., March 27, 1806. 

1304. iv. Timothy Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., September 5, 1807. 

1305. V. Charles Nye 'Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., 1810. 

1018. Feeeman Daggett ° (Sylvanu's,^ Samuel," Thomas,^ 
Thomas,^ John^), born November, 1772; died at sea, November, 
1809; married Rhoda Chase ; born Tisbury, Mass., 1779; died Tis- 
bury, Mass., September 21, 1850. 

Issue : 

1306. i. Rhoda Daggett,' married Grafton Luce; resides San Francisco, Cal. 



1307. ii. Hepsie Daggett.' 

1308. iii. Franklin Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., October 26, 1804. 

1309. iv. Freeman Daggett.' 

Freeman Daggett was lost at sea while ou a pilot trip. 

1030. Thomas Daggett^ (Benjamin,^ Benjamin,^ Thomas,^ 
Thomas,^ John'), born Edgartown, Mass., September 4, 1774; died 
Palmyra, Me., March 26, 1845; married January 1, 1796, Abigail 
Mills, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. (Loker) Mills; born Tewksbury, 
Mass., Decembers, 1774; died Palmyra, Me., Oct. 19, 1840. 

Issue : 

1310. i. Benjamin Daggett,' born Fox Island, Me., October 4, 1796. 

1311. ii. ELinn Daggett,' born Northport, Me., July 6, 1798. 

1312. iii. Darius Daggett.' born Lineolnville, Me., February 17, 1801. 

1313. iv. Jonas Daggett,' born Lincolnrille, Me., May 16, 1803. 

1314. T. S.iLLT Daggett,' born Montville, Me., June 26, 1805. 

1315. Ti. Zenas Daggett,' born October 13, 1807. 

1316. vii. Catharine Daggett,' born Hope, Me., Augusts, 1811; died Hope, 

Me., June 10, 1821. 

1317. Tiii. Moses L. Daggett,' born Hope, Me., January 13, 1819. 

1031. Love Daggett* (Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* Thomas,' Tliomas," 
John '), born Edgartown, Mass., 1776; married Elijah Luce. 

Issue : three boys. 

1318. i. Freeman Ldce,' resides Herman, Me. (1892). 

1319. ii. Oliver Luce,' resides Herman, Me. (1892). 

1035. EicHMOND Daggett" {Benjamin,^ Benjam,in,* Thomas,' 
Thomas,- John'), born Edgai-town, Mass., July 15, 1783; died 
Bangor, Me., December 12, 1833; married November 19, 1806, 
Kezia Baker. 

Issue : 

1320. 1. Samuel Baker Daggett,' born Palmyra, Me., September 6, 1807. 

1321. ii. Henry Mardin Daggett,' born Palmyra, Me., January 23, 1809. 

1322. iii. Martha Daggett,' born Palmyra, Me., January 10, 1811. 

1323. iv. Elizabeth Daggett,' born Palmyra, Me., October 23, 1812; mar- 

ried March 29, 1832, John Hellier, of Bangor, Me. 

1324. V. Mart Daggett,' born Palmyra, Me., November 28, 1817; married 

April 18, 1837, Rev. Joseph Aspenwall; died February 7, 1839. 

1325. vi. Catharine Daggett,' born Palmyra, Me., August 10, 1821; resides 

Bangor, Me. (1883). 

Richmond Daggett moved from Lincol^^^le to Palmyra, where he 
lived about eighteen years. 

He was agent for the town of Pittsfield, and also a farmer. Moved 
to Bangor, Me., in 1827, where he kept a hotel. "Was the first man 
in Bangor to pull down the " strong drink" sign and put up a " tem- 
perance " sign. 

1037. Abigail Daggett " {Benjamin,' Benjamin,* Thomas,' 
Thomas,' John '), born Vinal Haven, Mass., October 24, 1785 ; mar- 


ried October 1, 1818, Timothy Stewart; born Edgartown, Mass., 
August 27, 1770; died Union, Me., March 29, 1844. 
Issue : 

1326. i. 0. O. Stewart,' married Miss Robbins ; resides Union, Me. (1892). 

1043. Mayhew Daggett* (Elihu,^ Mayhem,* John,^ Thomas,^ 
John'), born Attleboro', Mass., April 28, 1735; died Pittstown, 
N.Y. (?); married 1st (place, date, and to whom not found); 
married 2d, Attleboro', Mass., March 5, 1789, Lucy Daggett, widow 
of Ichabod Daggett, and daughter of Mr. Hadden ; died Attleboro', 
Mass., January 21, 1798. 

Entered the army, and was with his brother Ichabod under Colonel 
Bradstreet when Fort Frontenac was taken. 

1044. Ichabod Daggett* {Elihu,^ Mayhew,* John,' Thomas," 
John'), born Attleboro', Mass., December 7, 1736; died Attleboro', 
Mass., September 3, 1781 ; married Eehoboth, Mass., June 15, 1769, 
by Rev. Samuel Peck, to Lucy Hadden, of Rehoboth ; died Attleboro', 
Mass., January 21, 1798. 

Issue : 

1327. i. Ichabod Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., November 20, 1771. 

1328. ii. David Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., November 10, 1773; died 

Stockholm, N.Y. 

1329. iii. Lucy Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., October 6, 1775; married 

.Joab Fuller, and removed to New York or Pennsylvania; issue: 
Eunice Fuller,' who married Levi P. Daggett (No. 1831). 

1330. iv. Henry Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., September 29, 1778. 

Entered the army, and was with Colonel Bradstreet when Fort 
Frontenac was taken. 

1045. Lieut. Daniel Daggett* {Elihu,^ Mayhew,* John,' 
Thomas,^ John'), born Attleboro', Mass., February 1, 1738; died 
Attleboro', Mass., December 3, 1796; married Margaret Woodcock ; 
born 1742; died Attleboro', Mass., August 11, 1829. 

Issue : 

Benjamin Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., November 16, 1763. 
Mary Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., May 21, 1766. 
Margaret Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass , July 27, 1768. 
Abigail Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., August 28, 1770. 
Sarah Daggktt,' born Attleboro', Mass., November 25, 1772; 

married Attleboro', Mass,, June 19, 1796, Edward Price. 
Daniel Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., February 11, 1775. 
Betsey Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., September 5, 1777. 
1338. viii. Olive Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., 1785. 

Daniel Daggett served as sergeant in Capt. Jabez Ellis's company 
of minute-men that were called out January 5, 1776, and marched 
thirty-five miles. 


















From August 23 to September 2, 1778, he served as private iu 
Capt. Elisha May's company. March 6 to 14, 1781, was private 
in Capt. Sam. Robinson's company, in Colonel Deane's regiment, in 
Rhode Island. 

Was lieutenant in Capt. P'noch Robinson's company, July 31 to 
August 8, 1780. They seem to have marched on the alarm to 

Also under Capt. Moses WUmarth's company from sometime in 
March to July 31 or August 7, 1781. [Revolutionary Rolls, State 
House, Boston.] 

The will of Lieut. Daniel Daggett, of Attleboro', gentleman, is 
dated October 17, 1796, and was proved January 17, 1797. [Bristol 

Lieut. Daniel Daggett and his wife were both buried in the burying- 
ground at Attleboro' Falls, where are stones erected to their memory. 

1046. Henry Daggett " {EUhu,^ MayJiew," John,^ Thomas,' 
Jo/tH '), born Attleboro', Mass., April 9, 1741; died New Haven, 
Conn., September 24, 1830; married 1st, New Haven, Conn., 
November 26, 1771, Elisabeth Prescott, daughter of Benjamin and 
Rebecca (Minot) Prescott, of Danvers, Mass. ; born Danvers, 
Mass., December 1, 1752; died New Haven, Conn., May 11, 1813; 
married 2d, Danbury, Conn., May 24, 1814, Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor, 
of Danbury, Conn., widow of Col. Timothy Taylor, and daughter of 
Hon. Joseph Piatt and Sophia (Benedict) Cook; born Danbury, 
Conn., July 23, 1764; died New Haven, Conn., October 20, 1834. 

Issue : 

1339. i. Elisabeth Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., October 14, 1772; 

died New Haven, Conn., November 19, 1772. 

1340. ii. Rebecca Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., October 30, 1773; died 

New Haven, Conn., December 16, 1773. 

1341. iii. Elihb Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., May 1, 1775; died New 

Haven, Conn., May 17, 1775. 

1342. iv. Henrt Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., October 19, 177G; died 

New Haven, Conn., January 21, 1777. 

1343. V. Elisabeth Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., Marcb 21, 1778; 

died New Haven, Conn., June 1, 1778. 

1344. vi. Amelia Martha Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., August 25, 


1345. vii. EuHU Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., September 28, 1781 ; died 

New Haven, Conn., September 21, 1813. 
1340. viii. Henry Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., January 10, 1784; died 
New Haven, Conn., February 3, 1784. 

1347. ix. Elisabeth Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., July 5, 1786. 

1348. X. Mary Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., December 5, 1792. 

Henry Daggett graduated at Yale College 1771. He lived on the 
corner of High and Chapel streets, New Haven. The estate is now 
owned by Yale College. He was a merchant, magistrate, and alder- 


mau. The will of Henry Daggett is dated November 30, 1827, and 
it names Edward Hooker as executor. The inventory amounted to 

1048. Adj. Elihu Daggett" (Elihu,^ Mayhew,' John,^ TJiomas,^ 
John^), born Attleboro', Mass., December 4, 1745; died Attleboro', 
Mass., June 14, 1833; married Norton, Mass., December 9, 1773, 
by Rev. Peter Thatcher, to Charity Galieucia, of Norton; born 
Massachusetts, October 14, 174C; died Attleboro', Mass., April 16, 

Issue : 

1349. 1. George Daggett,' bora Attleboro', Mass., December 29, 1774. 

1350. ii. Rosamond Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., January 6, 1777. 

1351. iil. Becca Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., January 25, 1779; died 

Attleboro', Mass., May 19, 1860. 

1352. iv. Mathew Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., July 24, 1781; lived 

South ; came North in 1810, after which he returned ; not since 
heard from. 

1353. T. Eeihu Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., February 24, 1785. 

1354. vi. Jacob Daggett,' born Mansfield, Mass., April 20, 1787. 

1355. vii. TiiiRZA Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., July 11, 1789; died Attle- 

boro', Mass., October 13, 1813. 

1049. Jacob Daggett" {Elihu,' Mayhew,^ Johyr,^ Tlwmas,^ 
John^), born Attleboro', Mass., May IG, 1748; died New Haven, 
Conn., February 6, 1796; married December 26, 1774, Rhoda 
Humiston, daughter of David and Ruth (Bassett) Humiston, of 
Plymouth, Conn.; born 1751; died New Haven, Conn., August 
31, 1831. 

Issue : 

1356. i. Sarah Daggett,' born January 5, 1776. 

1357. ii. Chauncy Daggett,' born June 7, 1779. 

1358. iii. Rebecca Daggett,' born December 14, 1781; married Naphtali Dag- 

gett; born 1769; died April 4, 1813; she died March 26, 1813. 

1359. iv. Nancy Daggett,' born May 27, 1784; married 1841, Bennett Bron- 

son; he born Waterbury, Conn., November 14, 1775; she died 
New Haven, Conn., August 14, 1867. 

Henry Daggett, Jr., was appointed administrator of estate of 
Jacob Daggett, February 26, 1796. 

1050. Anna Daggett" {EUJiu,^ Mayheiv," John,^ TJiomas,^ 
John^), born Attleboro', Mass., August 2, 1750; died Attleboro', 
Mass., November 11, 1784; married Daniel Stanley, Jr. ; born 1748; 
died Attleboro', Mass., February 9, 1798. 

Issue : 

1360. i. Cyril Stasley,' born Attleboro', Mass., February 11, 1772. 

1361. ii. Sylvester Stanley,' born Attleboro', Mass., January 14, 1774. 

1362. iii. Daniel Stanley,' born Attleboro', Mass., April 4, 1777. 

1363. iv. Esther Stanley,' born Attleboro', Mass., August 1, 1779; died 

Attleboro', Mass., August 12, 1784. 


1364. v. Joe Stanley,' born Attleboro', Mass., February 22, 1782; died Attle- 

boro', Mass., July 19, 1784. 

1365. vi. Anna Stanley,' born Attleboro', Mass., April 12, 1784. 

1366. vii. William Stanley,' perhaps born 1770, who went to Maine with 

George Daggett, resided Sidney, Kennebec county. Me.; married 
Polly Stone, and had three sons and one daughter; one son, 
William S., married Charity G. Daggett (No. 1889). 

1052. Capt. Elijah Daggett" (EUhu,^ Mayheiv,' John," 
Thomas," John^), born Attleboro', Mass., April 14, 1754; died 
Attleboro', Mass., August, 1825; married Esther Orue, daughter 
of Lieut. James and Esther (Everett) Orne; born North Attle- 
boro', Mass., March 31, 1763; died Attleboro', Mass., August 4, 

Issue : 

1367. i. Gardner Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., December 20, 1782; 

graduated Brown University, 1802; lived in ProTidence; lawyer; 
died Providence, R.l. ; unmarried. 

1368. ii. Clarisa Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., November 28, 1784; 

married Attleboro', Mass., November 11, 1810, Bant Brondson, of 
Boston; she died Attleboro', Mass., June, 1816. 

1369. iii. Charlotte Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., December 31, 1786; 

died Attleboro', Mass., March 27, 1796. 

1370. iv. Lyman Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., February 12, 1789; died 

Attleboro', Mass., January 25, 1808. 

1371. V. James Manning Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., July 30, 1791; 

died Attleboro', Mass., October 9, 1791. 

1372. vi. Milton Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., October 15, 1792. 

1373. vii. Marietta Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., April 4, 1795. 

1374. viii. Charlotte Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., May 25, 1797; died 

Attleboro', Mass., June, 1816. 

1375. ix. Maria Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., November 9, 1799. 

1376. X. Manus Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., December 18, 1801. 

1377. xi. James Henry Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., November 12, 1804; 

died Attleboro', Mass., May, 1825. 

1378. xii. Charles Foster Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., 5, 1806; 

died Attleboro', Mass., May 15, 1806. 

Captain Daggett is reported as serving in the Revolution. 

He was an innkeeper on Dock square, Boston, in 1805, 1806, 

Captain Daggett and wife, with some of theLr children, are buried in 
Plainville, Mass. On the stone is this inscription : 

" Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord." 

On the stone erected to the memory of their sou Lyman Daggett 
is the following : 

A nit's a feather and a chief's a rod 

An honest man's the noblest work of God. 

1053. Joseph Daggett* {EUhu,^ Mayhew," John,^ Thomas,^ 
John ' ) , born Attleboro', Mass., February 14, 1758 ; died Cattaraugus 


couuty, N.Y., 1856; married May 11, 1780, Melitiah Clark; died 
August 22, 1830. 
Issue : 

1379. i. Fanny Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., June 26, 1781; married 

Seth H. Cutler; resided, 18-48, Pembrolse, N.Y. 

1380. ii. Nanct Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., March 18, 1783; died an 

infant (?). 

1381. iii. Nancy Daggett,' born March 6, 1785; married Abel Goodnow ; re- 

sided (1848) Leicester, Vt. 

1382. It. Clark Daggett,' born October 14, 1787. 

1383. V. Joseph Daggett,' born September 19, 1790; not married; resided 

(1848) Pittsford, Vt. 

1384. vi. Rebecca Daggett,' born February 2, 1793; married Azel Kelley, 

1814; resided (1848) Danby, Vt. ; removed to Cattaraugus county, 

1385. vii. Chloe Daggett,' born Jun-e 12, 1795; not married (1848). 

1386. viii. Manning Daggett,' born October 10, 1802 ; married Elizabeth 

Seelye; resided (1848) Leicester, Vt. 

1081. John Daggett'* {John,^ Ebenezer,^ John,^ Thomas," 
John'), born Attleboro', Mass., October 1, 17.52; died Leicester, 
Vt., December 13, 1781 ; married Judith Capron, daughter of Joseph 
and Sarah (Robeson) Capron; born Attleboro', Mass., March 8, 
1754 ; died 1838. 

Issue (all probably removed to Maloue, N.Y., after 1781) : 

1387. i. John Daggett,' born Leicester, Vt. 

1388. ii. Pliny Daggett.' 

1389. iii. Ebenezer Daggett.' 

1390. JT. Mercy Daggett.' 

1082. JoabDaggett" ( John, ^ Ebenezer,* John, ^ TJiomas,^ John'), 
born Attleboro', Mass., October 19, 1754; died Attleboro', Mass., 
March 7, 1816; manied Chloe Blackinton, daughter of John Black- 
inton; born Attleboro', Mass., October 24, 1764; died Attleboro', 
Mass., February 16, 1853. 

Issue : 

1391. i. Otis Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., Oct. 4, 1785. 

1392. ii. Ir.v D.vggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., August 27, 1787. 
13VI3. iii. Levi Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., June 12, 1789. 

1394. iv. JoAB Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., October 1, 1791; died 

Attleboro', Mass. (before September 2), 1828. 

1395. V. Marcus Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., July 21, 1793. 

1396. vi. LncAS Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., November 6, 1795. 

1397. vii. Chloe Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., February 28, 1798; died 

Attleboro', Mass., September 28, 1803. 

1398. viii. Pliny Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass:, May 16, 1800; died Attle- 

boro', Mass., September 21, 1803. 

1399. ix. Paul Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., August 22, 1802 ; died 

Attleboro', Mass., September 29, 1803. 

1400. X. Pliny Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., December 20, 1804. 

1401. xi. Chloe Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., November 8, 1807 ; mar- 

ried Mr. Carpenter; living (1853). 

1402. xii. Nancy Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., July 26, 1810. 

The will of Joab Dagoett, of Attleboro', is dated March 6, 1816. 


He mentioES his wife Cliloe ; his sou Otis ; gives Ira and Joab all his 
lands in Surry, N.H. ; his son Levi all his lands in Troy, N.H. 
Also mentions Marcus, Lucas's family iu Wrentham, Pliny, Chloe, 
and gives Nancy land in Foxboro'. Proved April 2, 1816. [Bris- 
tol Probate.] 

1083. Jesse Daggett" {John,^ Ebenezer," JoJm,^ TJiomas,'John^), 
bom Attleboro', Mass., March 6, 1757 ; died Boston, Mass., Septem- 
ber 7, 1831 ; married Attleboro', Mass., March 6, 1792, Lois Robin- 
son; born 1764; died Boston, Mass., January 13, 1837. 

Issue : 

1403. i. Lois Daggett,' born Attleboro', M.ass., November 28, 1797. 

The will of Jesse Daggett is recorded in Suffolk Probate, 130'- 
184. It is dated October 19, 1830, and in it he calls himself Jesse 
Daggett, of Boston, yeoman. He gives to his wife all of his estate 
that may be requii-ed for her support, and the remainder, if any, that 
may be left at her decease he gives to liis daughter Lois Bates. 

Ebeuezer Daggett, Esq., is uanied as sole executor. The will 
was allowed, Feb. 13, 1832. 

The inventory, dated May 14, 1832, mentions : " Lot of land con- 
taining 10 acres with the old mansion house and outhouses thereon, 
situate iu Attleboro, Bristol Co." 

1085. Marcy Daggeti'" (John,'' Ebenezer," John,'' Thomas,' 
John'), bornAttleboro', Mass., July2, 1761 ; married Elijah Bolkcom. 

Issue : 

1404. i. Olive Bolkcom,' born Attleboro', Mass., July 29, 1787. 

1405. ii. MiLLA Bolkcom,' born Attleboro', Mass., October 25, 1788. 

1406. iii. Ebenezer Bolkcom,' born Attleboro', Mass., May 29, 1790. 

1407. iv. Eli.iah Bolkcom,' born Attleboro', Mass., September 30, 1791. 

1408. V. Dexter Bolkcom,' born Attleboro", Mass., April 27, 1793. 

1409. vi. Stephen Bolkcom,' born Attleboro', Mass., October 2, 1794. 

1086. Hon. Ebenezer Daggett" {John,'' Ebenezer,* John,'' 
Thomas,'' John'), born Attleboro', Mass., April 16, 1763; died Bos- 
ton, Mass., March 4, 1832; married Attleboro', Mass., September 3, 
1797, Sally Maxcy, daughter of Lieut. Benjamin and Amy (Ide) 
Maxcy; born Attleboro', Mass., November 20, 1778; died Saunders- 
ville, Mass., April 30, 1867. 

Issue : 

1410. i. John Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., September 9, 1800; died 

Attleboro', Mass., .July 5, 1803. 

1411. ii. Lydia Maxov Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., October 16, 1802. 

1412. iii. John Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., February 10, 1805. 

1413. iv. Ebenezer Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., May 14, 1807; died 

at sea, November 17, 1831. 

1414. V. Harvey Maxcy Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., Jane 10, 1809. 

14(3 doggp:tt-daggett family. 

1415. Yi. Ajia Ide Daggett,' boru Attlcboro', Mass., November 24, 1811. 

1416. vil. Marcy Siiepard Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., Jan. 14, 1814. 

1417. viii. Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., June 5, 1818 ; died Attle- 

boro', Mass., June 6, 1818. 

1418. ix. Handel Naphtali Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., January 27, 


1419. X. Homer Micajah Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., January 27, 1821. 

Hon. Ebeuezer Daggett, of Attleboro', held a commissiou of 
Justice of the Peace for nearly thirty years, and honorably discharged 
its most important duties. He served the town at various times in 
the capacity of Selectman, and was Town Cleric for upwards of twenty 

He represented the town several years in the General Court. A 
large part of the last thii-ty years of his life was occupied in some 
public employment. In various ways he reudered himself sei-viceable 
to his fellow-citizeus. 

In the spring of 1831 he was elected a member of the Senate for 
this disti'ict. At the succeeding November election he was rechoseu 
to the same office, and while in the discharge of the honorable and 
responsible duties of this station he was called by the order of Provi- 
dence to close his life at Boston, in the sixty-ninth year of his age. 

Possessed of natural abilities above mediocrity, which he had 
improved by self-education, he always directed them to useful pur- 
poses. Plain and unassuming in his manners, mild and uniform in 
his disposition, he had won the confidence of his fellow-citizens, but 
never sought after the honors which were bestowed upon him. 

Guided by fixed and pure principles, he was upright and honorable 
in all his dealings with his fellow-men, and preserved a character of 
unsullied integrity through a long and active life. He was regarded 
by his neighbors as then- father and adviser. If they were in diffi- 
culty or doubt, they came to him for counsel and assistance, and both 
were freely offered. So great was their confidence in his integrity 
and judgmeut, that he was genei-ally the chosen umpire in cases of 
controversies between his fellow-citizens. 

He was in fine, in the true and enlarged seuse of the word, a useful 
man. His life affords an encouraging example of the truth that 
respectable talents, united with integrity and industry, will raise a 
man to honor and usefuluess. [Daggett's Hist. Attleboro'.] 

John Daggett, of Attleboro', was administrator of his father's estate. 

1088. Hannah Daggett" {John,'' Ehenezer,* John,' Thomas,- 
John^), born Attleboro', Mass., December 19, 17G8; married Na- 
thaniel Ide, Jr. 

Issue : 

1420. 1. Ltnda Ide,' born Attleboro', Mass., February 10, 1793. 

1421. ii. Eeenezer Ide,' born Attleboro', Mass., April 2G, 1795. , 


1422. iii. Maxcy Shepaed Ide,' born Attleboro', Mass., February 22, 1797. 

1423. It. Holman Ide,' born Attleboro', Mass., August 17, 1800. 

1424. T. Hanlinds Ide,' born Attleboro', Mass., June 0, 1801. 

1425. vi. Theron Ide,' born Attleboro', Mass., February 26, 1803. 

1426. Tu. Ltdia Emaline Ide,' born Attleboro', Mass., January 15, 1812. 

1089. HoLDAH Daggett" (John,^ Ebenezer," JoJm,^ TJiomas,' 
John'), horn Attleboro', Mass., January 27, 1771; married (pub- 
lished Attleboro', Mass., March 10, 1788) Elisha Hodges, sou of 
Job and Ruth (Andrews) Hodges, of Norton (now Mansfield) ; 
born Norton, Mass. ; bapt. October 19, 1760; died Mansfield, Mass., 
April 10, 1824. 

Issue : 

1427. i. Milton Hodges,' resided Mansfield, Mass. 

1428. ii. Ebenezer Hodges.' 

1429. iii. Elisiia Hodges,' resided Mansfield, Mass. ' 

1430. iv. Jesse Hodges,' resided Mansfield, Mass. * 

1431. V. Nancy Hodges.' 

1432. vi. Alona Hodges.' 

1433. Tii. Ruth Hodges,' married Stephen Smith, and died Mansfield, Decem- 

ber 20, 1828. 

1434. viii. Mekct Hodges.' 

1092. Lieut. Henry Daggett" {Naplitali,^ Ebenezer,* John,' 
Thomas,'^ ,/o7m'), born New Haven, Conn., February 27, 1758; 
died New Haven, Conn., June 20, 1843; married New Haven, 
Conn., July 7, 1784, Anna Ball, daughter of Stephen and Abigail 
(Atwater) Ball; bom New Haven, Couu., March 28, 1764; died 
New Haven, Conn., .January 20, 1844. 

Issue : 

1435. i. Harriet Daggett,' born January 26, 1783 ; married Frederick Hunt, 

son of Frederick and Eliz,abeth Hunt; he died before 1849; she 
died January 11, 1849. 

1436. ii. Ebenezeu Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., May 1, 1787; died 

New Haven, Conn., November 10, 1825. 

1437. iii. Grace Ann Daggett,' born 1788. 

1438. iv. Henry Daggett,' died probably 1831. 

1439. V. Stephen Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., July 1, 1798. 

1440. vi. Mary Daggett.' 

1441. vii. Horace Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., February 26, 1801. 

1442. viii. Eliza Daggett.' 

1443. ix. John Daggett,' died soon after 1844. 

Henry Daggett graduated from Yale College, 1776 ; a merchant 
and an officer of the army of the Revolution, sei-ving seven years. 
There were in New Haven three other persons bearing the same 
name, and for many years he added "Jr." to his name to designate 
himself from the others. 

He enlisted in May, 1777, under Captain Stevens, in Col. Heman 
Swift's Connecticut regiment. He was an unusually good penman, 
and was taken into Colonel Swift's family, and was recommended by 
him to General Huntington for appointment as quartermaster to the 


reoiment, October 31, 1777. He was commissioned as ensign, then as 
second lieutenant, to rank from April 24, 1778, both signed by Jolin 
Jay, President of Congress, and as first lieutenant, to rank from 
April 11, 1780, signed by Samuel Huntington, President of Con- 
gress. He was discharged at tlie close of the war. 

1095. Ezra Daggett" {NajyJttaU,^ Ebenezer,* John,' Thomas,' 
John '), born New Haven, Conn., April 18, 176.5; died New Haven, 
Conn., March 18, 1844; married 1st, New Haven, Conn., March 20, 
1790, Eunice Tuttle, daughter of Ebenezer and Eunice (Moss) 
Tuttle; born New Haven, Conn., March 12, 1769 ; died New Haven, 
Conn., July 24, 1826; married 2d, New Haven, Coun., October 1.5, 
1826, by Benjamin M. Hill, to Mrs. Desire DeAVolfe ; born 1777; 
died New Haven, Conn., March 16, 1846. 

Issue : 

1444. i. Elizabeth Daggett,' horn New Haven, Conn., January 26, 1791. 

1445. ii. Smith Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., March 13, 1793. 

1440. iii. Jiii.iA Daggett,' horn New Haven, Conn., Decemher 27, 1794; tlied 
New Haven, Conn., September 23, 1874. 

1447. iv. Ezra Daggett,' horn New Haven, Conn., January 29, 1797; ilieil 

.Vpril 2:'.. 1.852. 

1448. T. At.i Hi.i. l)\.;,:i.TT," ImiM Xrw H:n-en, Conn., September 30, 1799. 

1449. vi. Will I Ml livK..i;n," iM.iii X,.u lluven. Conn., December 12, 1801. 

1450. vii. Mau', 1)\....i.i i ,' luirn Xcw llnvcn. Conn., November 29, 1803. 

1451. viii. Fkii.i Ki.'K llA.,ni:TT,' horn New Haven. Conn., October 23, 1805; 

dieil New Haven, Conn., January G, 180G. 

1452. ix. Sarah Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., October 7, 1807. 

14.")3. X. Fredeuick Daggett,' horn New Haven, Conn., November 28, 1809. 

1454. xi. Harriet Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., September 15, 1811 ; 

died New Haven, Conn., January 3, 1833. 

1097. Elizabeth Daggett'' {yaiMali,^ Ebenezer,' John,' 
Thomas,- John^), born New Haven, Conn., April 9, 1769; died 
New Haven, Conn., May 20, 1790; married New Haven, Conn., 
February 4, 1789, Jeremiah M. Atwater, son of Jeremiah Atwater ; 
born New Haven, Conn., February 15, 1707; died New Haven, 
Conn., February 27, 1832. 

No issue. 

1100. Samuel Daggett" {Samuel,' Ebenezer," John,' T/ionias," 
John^), born 1754; died New.ark, N.Y., 1826; married 1st, Need- 
ham, Mass., March 2, 1775, Hannah Mclntier, of Needham ; mar- 
ried 2d, Albany, N.Y., Hannah Murphy; died Newark, N.Y., 1850. 

Issue : 

1455. i. Silence Daggett,' born, M-iss., June 9, 1775 ; died Need- 

ham, Mass., June 9, 1775. 

1456. ii. Hannah Daggett,' horn Needbam, Mass., April 24, 1778. 

1457. iii. Mart Daggett,' born Needham, Mass., February 9, 1780; died 

Needham, Mass., September 15, 1781. 

1458. iv. Michael Daggett,' born Needham, Mass., August 3, 1781; died 

Needham, Mass., August 27, 1781. 


1459. V. Levi Daggett,' born Albauy, N.Y., April 29, 1788. 

1460. vi. John Daggett.' 

1461. vii. Elisha Daggett.' 

1462. viii. Pkiscilla Daggett,' born near Albany, N.Y., June, 1790. 

1463. ix. Polly Daggett.' 

1464. X. Samuel Daggett,' born May 31, 1797. 

1465. xi. Margaret Daggett,' born May 31, 1797. 

1466. xii. Sally Daggett,' born near Albany, N.Y., April 4, 1799. 

1467. xiii. Betsey Daggett,' married Nathan Strong, of Sodus, N.Y. 
1408. xiv. Ph<ebe Daggett,' married Willis Sage, of Rochester, N.Y. 

1469. XV. Lois Daggett.' 

Mr. Daggett by his second marriage had eleven children. The 
family lived then about eight mUes from Albany, N.Y. , working at 
the glass-works in the mill, sawing lumber for glass boxes. 

Then they were at Guilford, N.Y., afterward at Newark, N.Y. 

1103. Ebenezer Daggett " (Samuel,' Ebenezei");* John,^ Thomas,^ 
Johii^), born Needham, Mass., May 16, 1762; " blacksmith ;" died 
Jordan, N.Y., 184.5; married Jeuuett Patterson, daughter of David 
and Lydia (Brattau) Patterson; born Eufield, Mass., AprU 24, 1767; 
died Jordan, N.Y., May 13, 1848. 

Issue : 

1470. i. Herman Daggett,' born Eufield, Mass., September 30, 1790. 

1471. ii. Moses Daggett,' born Enfield, Mass., April 7, 1706. 

1472. iii. Ebenezer Daggett,' born Enfield, Mass., June 16, 1708. 

1473. iv. Lvdia Daggett,' born 1800. 

1474. V. Jennette Daggett,' married Mr. Case; died Jordan, N.Y. 

1475. vi. Priscilla Daggett,' born 1803. 

1476. vii. Mary Daggett,' born Enfield, Mass. ; died Springfield, Mass. 

1104. Polly Daggett" (Samuel,^ Ebenezer,* John,^ Thomas," 
John'), born Needham, Mass., AprU 26, 1763; married Needham, 
Mass., February 28, 1787, Elisha Hunttington; resided western New 

Issue : 

1477. i. Polly Hunttington,' married Mr. Rich, of Batavia, N.Y. 

1105. Asa Daggett'' (Samuel,' Ebenezer,* John,^ Thomas,^ 
John'), born Needham, Mass., December 17, 176.5; died Needham, 
Mass., October 28, 1806 ; married Needham, Mass., November 12, 
1787, Lydia Kingsbury. 

Issue : 

1478. i. Jabez Daggett,' bapt. First Church, Needham, September 12, 1790. 

1479. ii. Mary Daggett,' bapt. as above; married Needham, Mass., No- 

vember 11, 1810, by Rev. Stephen Palmer, to Asa Reed, of Boston. 

1106. Levi Daggett" (Samuel,^ Ebenezer,* John,^ Thomas,' 
John '), bom Needham, Mass., March 4, 1768 ; died Palmyra, N.Y., 
May 12, 1835; married October 17, 17'Ja, Lydia Patterson, daughter ■ 


of David aud Lydia jflSrattan) Patterson; bom Maich 4, 1773 ; died 
Auiora, N.Y., Jauuary 29, 1853. " 
Issue : 

1480. i. Levi Daggett,' born Schuylerville, N.Y., November 23, 179G. 

1481. ii. David Patterson Daggett,' born Schuylerville, N.Y., July 3, 1799. 

1482. iii. Sarah Daggett,' born May 18, 1803. 

1483. iv. Lydia Daggett,' born September 21, 1805. 

1484. V. AcGDSTns K. Daggett,' born March 26, 1808. 

1485. vi. Julia Jeannette Daggett,' born May 14, 1810. 
148G. vii. Elizabeth Daggett,' born May 5, 1811. 

1487. viii. Terbessa Daggett,' born Saratoga, N.Y., September 9, 1812. 

1488. ix.- Maky DAGGETT,''born Brutus, N.Y., April 23, 1816. 

Levi Daggett was bom in Massachusetts. He moved to Saratoga, 
N.Y., thence to Palmyra, N.Y. He was a manufacturer and ma- 

1 109. Susanna Daggett " {Ebenezer,^ Ebenezer,' John,^ Thomas," 
John '), born Walpole, Mass., May 13, 1759 ; died Walpole, Mass., 
April 13, 1788; married Dedham, Mass., May 30, 1782, by Rev. 
Mr. Cliickering, to Ichabod Clap, of Walpole, son of Thomas and 
Susanna Clap; born Walpole, Mass., February 24, 1750; died 
Walpole, Mass., January 5, 1832. 

Issue : 

1489. i. Nancy Clap,' born Maroli 13, 1783; died January 23, 1867. 

1490. ii. Metcalf Clap,' born March 4, 1786 ; married and had issue : Ebenezer 

D. Clap,« born March 11, 1813. Metcalf Clap died July 28, 1828. 

1111. Ebenezer Daggett" {Ebenezer,' Ebenezer,^ John,' 
Thomas," John'), born Walpole, Mass., September 30, 1762; died 
Dorchester, Mass., September 11, 1812; married Dedham, Mass., 
March 6, 1793, by Eev. Jason Haven, to Alice Draper, daughter 
of Abijah and Alice (Eaton?) Draper; born Ainil 13, 1771; died 
New Boston, N.H., June 27, 1852. 

Issue : 

1491. i. Caklos Daggett.' born Wrentham, Mass., December 2, 1793. 

1492. ii. Sarah Daggett,' born Wrentham, Mass., May 8, 1797; died Wren- 

tham, Mass., January 11, 1800. 

1493. iii. Herman Daggett,' born Wrentham, Mass., March 27, 1800. 

1494. iv. Albert Pliny Daggett,' born Dorchester, Mass., October 13, 1805 ; 

died at sea, October 15, 1827. 

1495. V. Susannah Alice Daggett,' born Dorchester, Mass., February 16, 

1809; died November 17, 1825. 

Ebenezer Daggett, of Dorchester, "gentleman," did not leave a 
will. Application for administration was made October 6, 1812. 
[Norfolk Probate.] 

Alice Daggett, widow, was made guardian of the minor children, 
February 6, 1816. 

1112. Olive Daggett" {Ebenezer,^ Ebenezer,'' John,' Thomas,' 
John'), born Walpole, Mass., February 10, 1765; died Franklin, 


Mass., July 21, 1788; married Wrenthani, Mass., July .5, 1786, by 
Eev. David Avery, to Ward Adams, of Frankliu, son of Peter 
Adams; boru Franklin, Mass., November 28, 1762; died Franklin, 
Mass., October 25, 17112. 

Issue : 
1496. i. Ebenezer Ward Adams,' boru Franklin, Mass., July 23, 1787; mar- 
ried Minna Adams, daughter of Joel Adams; born June 22, 1791; 
removed to Union, Me. 

1113. Rev. Herman Daggett'' {Ehenezer,^ Ebenezer,* JoJin,^ 
Thomas,^ John'), boru Walpole, Mass., September 11, 1766; died 
May 19, 1832; married Providence, R.I., Septembers, 1792, Sarah 
Matthewsou, daughter of Col. John Matthewson, of Providence; 
born Gloeester, R.I. (?), May 24, 1762; died November 20, 1843. 

No issue. 

Rev. Herman Daggett was at his father's decease between fifteen 
aud. sixteen years of age. Quickened in his efforts by his zeal for 
knowledge he passed rapidly aud successfully through his course pre- 
paratory to college, and became a member of Brown University in 
1784. His standing there as a scholar was highly respectable, and 
he graduated in 1788. In the second year of his college course his 
mind, which had before been seriously directed by the influence of a 
Christian education, became deeply impressed with the subject of 
religion as a practical concern, and it was to this period that he re- 
ferred the commencement of his religious life. His ardor in literary 
pursuits seems not to have been at all repressed by the change in his 
moral feelings, though all his faculties and attainments were from 
this time evidently consecrated to the glory of God and the benefit of 
his fellow-creatures. 

After graduation he placed himself as a theological student under 
•Dr. Emmons. After spending a year in his preparatory studies, he 
was licensed to preach by the association holding its session at North- 
bridge, October, 1789. 

Within a short time after he was licensed, he visited Long Island 
with a view of being engaged as a preacher, thinking that the climate 
would prove more congenial to his health than that of New England. 
For a year he supplied the Presbyterian congregation at Southold, 
and though they gave him a unanimous call, yet, being unwUling 
to pi'actise on the "Half-way Covenant," he felt constrained to 
decline it. Thence he was called to preach at Southampton, where 
also he was unanimously invited to the pastorship. He was set apart, 
by the Presbytery, to the pastoral office, April 12, 1792. Almost 
immediately after his settlement, a difficulty arose on the subject of 
the "Half-way Covenant," and throughout the whole controversy 
which followed he behaved with great moderation and dignity, and 


bis character for discretion was never impugned. Tliis controversy 
was the principal, if not the entire, c:mse of his resigning iiis charge. 
It was siiflicient evidence that he came out of this controversy 
unscathed, tliat almost immediately after he was at liberty he was 
called to the pastoral care of the church at West Hampton, a village 
in the immediate neighborhood of the one he had left. Here he con- 
tinued greatly beloved and respected by his people from September, 
171)7, to September, 1801. 

In October, 1801, he was installed pastor of the church at Fire 
I'lace and Jliddle Island, in the town of Hrookhaven, and preached 
alternately to the two congregations till April, 1807, when his health 
had become so far reduced that he resigned his charge. 

He was greatly esteemed, especially by his brethren in the ministry, 
for the wisdom of his counsels, not less than for the consistency of 
his general deportment. 

After leaving Long Island his health improved, and for a year 
he preached and taught school at Cairo, N.Y. For some time he 
preached also at Patterson, Putnam county, and for two years he 
preached and taught an academy at North Salem ; thence he went to 
New Canaan, Conn., where he took charge of an academy. AVhen 
the Foreign Mission School was established by the American Board 
at Cornwall, Coun., Jlr. Daggett was placed at the head of it, May 
G, 1818. Here he labored with success for nearly six years, until 
1824, when he retired. [Early History of Southampton, I.. I., 186fi.] 

1117. Amelia I)a(;<;ktt' (PJiilij),' Eheiiczcr;' Join,,' Tlionins,- 
John'), born New Haven, Conn., 1780; died New Haven, Conn., 
June 1, 1860; married New Haven, Conn., November 21, 1805, 
Joshua Barnes, son of Joshua and Mercy (Tuttle) Barnes; born New 
Haven, Conn., December 27, 178) ; died New Haven, Conn., No- 
vember 25, 1847. 

Issue : 

1497. i. CiiAiiNCKY M. Barnes,' went to California, 1849; dieil there. 

1498. ii. Caroline Bausks,' married Beri Todd. 

1499. iii. .\\ri I I \ T. m:m s.' married Sidney Boardman, of Dalton, Mass. 

1500. iv. ,Ti ANN I I I I r, \i:ni;s,' died aged eighteen years. 

1501. V. Ji I n Ann T. u:nes," born New Haven, Conn., May, 181C; married 

,lar.-.l c'hilMv, of Branford, Ct.; resides New Haven (1883). 
15(12. vi. William .Tosiua Barnes,' married Mary Page. 
1503. vii. Daggett Barnes.' 

1120. Chloe Daguett* {Mayhem,^ Thomas,' JuJin,^ Thomas,' 
John'), born Attleboro', Mass., April 15, 1769; died Union, Me., 
May 13, 1793; married Attleboro', Mass., July 5, 1789, Josiah 
Maxcy, sou of Lieut. Benjamin and Sarah (Fuller) Maxcy; born 
July 25, 1766. 

HO.y. DA]-[n DAGGETT. L. L.D. 


112-1:. Abnei; Daggett" (Thomas,' Thomas,^ John,' Thomas,- 
John '), born Attleboro', Mass., August 8, 1755; died Providence, 
R.I., August 25, 1832; married Attleboro', Mass., April 20, 1779, 
by Rev. Habijah Weld, to Mary Holmes; born Attleboro', Mass., 
July 6, 1757; died Providence, R.I., October 2, 1842. 

Issue : 

1504. i. Ann Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., April 24, 1780; died Boston, 

Mass., October 2fi, 1876. 

1505. ii. Lewis Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., January 14, 1782; died 

Attleboro', Mass., October Ifi, 1791. 
150C. iii. CiiAKLOTTE Daggett,' born Walpole, Mass., May 14, 1784; died 
Providence, R.I. (?), April 13, 1799. 

1507. iv. Maky Daggett,' born Walpole, Mass., March 23, 178(!. 

1508. V. Harriet Lewls Daggett,' born Providence, R.I. (?), April 23, 1797; 

died Providence, R.I., February 12, 1863. 

Abner Daggett eulisted at Attleboro', Mass., in April, 177.3, under 
Capt. Caleb Fish, in the regiment commanded by Col. Timothy 
Walker, and marched to participate in the siege of Boston. 

At different periods during the Revolution he was stationed at 
Roxbury, Dorchester, and as guard at Preston's Point in the harbor, 
opposite the castle, until December, 1775, when he was discharged. 
About January 1, 1776, he again eulisted in the same company and 
regiment, as a bombadier, commanded by Colonel Crane of the 
artillery, for one year, and was in the battle of Long Island, August 
27, 1776, and witnessed the capture of Lord Sterling, of New Jersey. 
After the evacuation of New York city, September 15, 1776, he fol- 
lowed the army on its retreat to White Plains, his route being a 
fatiguing march through swamjjs and marshes. 

A few years after he left the army he lived in Walpole, Mass., and 
about 1708 he settled in Providence, R.I. 

John Howlaud, of Providence, in August, 1838, said that "Abner 
Daggett was a person of great respectability, and for several years 
was a member of the town council, before Providence was incorpo- 
rated as a city, and died after a long illness." 

His will, dated January 4, 1816, was proved September 18, 1832. 
He calls himself "Merchant," and mentions, besides his children, his 
"dutiful grandson, George Edwin Mouson." 

1129. Hon. David Daggett, LL.D.** {TJiomas,' Thomas,-' John,^ 
Thomas,- John '), born Attleboro', Mass., December 31, 1764; died 
New Haven, Conn., April 12, 1851 ; married 1st, New Haven, Conn., 
September 10, 1786, by Rev. Chauucey Whittlesey, to Wealthy Ann 
Munson, daughter of Dr. Munsou, of New Haven, Conn. ; 
born New Haven, Conn., March 3, 1767; died New Haven, Conn., 
July 9, 1839 ; married second, New Haven, Conn., May 4, 1840, by 
Rev. S. W. S. Dutton, to Mary Lines, daughter of Major and Susanna 


(Mausfielcl) Liues, of New Haven; bora New llaveu, Conu., March 
31, 1788; died New Haveu, Conn., December 20, 1854. 
Issue : 

1509. i. Maria Daggett,' born New Haveu, Conn., June IS, 1787; died New 

Haven, Conn., June 13, 1787. 

1510. ii. Susan Edmards Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., June 30, 1788. 

1511. iii. Leonard Augustus Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., April 30, 


1512. iv. David Lewis Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., February 8, 

1792 ; died New Haven, Conn., October 2, 1810. 

1513. V. Eneas Munson Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., February 10, 

1795; died New Haven, Conn., July 29, 1803. 
loH. vi. Wealthy Ann Daggett,' born New Haven Conn., November 29, 

1515. vii. George Washington Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., February 

11, 1800; died New Haven, Conn., August 12, 1803. 

1516. viii. Frances Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., November 5, 1801; 

died New Haven, Conn., November 6, ISOl. 

1517. ix. Jane Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., October 27, 1802; died 

New Haven, Conn., October 28, 1802. 

1518. X. Jane Clarinda Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., Novembers, 

1803; died New Haven, Conn., August 28, 1801. 

1519. xi. Frances Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., May 19, 1805; died 

New Haven, Conn., June 8, 1805. 

1520. xii. Edward Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., May 19, ISOfi ; died 

New Haven, Conn., June 3, 1806. 

1521. xiii. Oliver Ellsworth Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., January 

14, 1810. 

1522. xiv. Makv Wooster Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., November 4, 

1811 ; died New Haven, Conn., August 14, 1815. 
Five children died at birth ; not named. 

Hon. David Daggett resided iu his native town until the fall of 
1779. In 1781 he went to New Haven and entered the junior class 
in Yale College two years in advance. He graduated iu 1783 with 
high honor. When he took his second or master's degree, he spoke 
an oration of such marked excellence that it received the honor, quite 
unusual in that day, of publication. 

Having a strong preference for the profession of the law, he com- 
menced, soon after leaving college, the study preparatory to that 
profession, with Charles Chauncey, Esq., of New Haven, and con- 
tinued till January, 1786, when he was admitted to the bar of New 
Haven county, at the age of twenty-one, and immediately entered 
upon practice iu the town. While pursuing his legal studies under 
Judge Chauncey, he supported himself by performing the duties of 
butler in college, and of preceptor in the Hopkins Grammar School. 

A few months after he was admitted to the bar, he was chosen to 
the office of tutor iu Yale College, which he declined, being eager to 
pui'sue the practice of the profession which he had chosen. 

Mr. Daggett was early called into political service. 

In 1701 he was chosen to represent the town of New Haveu in the 
General Assembly, and was annually reelected for six years till 1797, 


when he was cboseu a member of the Couucil, or Upper House. 
Though oue of the youugest members of the House of Representatives, 
he soon became one of the most influential, and in 1794 he was 
chosen to preside over it as its speaker, at the early age of tweuty- 

To this office he was elected year after year until he was chosen to 
the Council. 

Mr. Daggett retained his seat in the Council for seven years, until 
he resigned in 1804. 

In 1805 he was again a member of the House of Representatives. 
In 1801) he was again chosen a member of the Upper House, and con- 
tinued to hold a place in that body till May, 1813, when he was chosen 
a senator in the Congress of the United States for six years from the 
preceding fourth of March. In 1811 (June) he was appointed State's 
attorney for the county of New Haven, and continued in that office 
till he resigned it when chosen senator in 1813. 

At the close of his senatorial term in 1819, he returned to his 
extensive practice of law, which conduced much more to his private 
interest than had the public service of the State. 

In November, 1824, he became an associate instructor of the Law 
School iu New Haven, and in 1826 he was appointed Kent professor 
of law in Yale College. 

In these positions he continued until, at a very advanced age, his 
infirmities induced him to resign them. In the autumn of 1826 he 
received from the corporation of Yale College the honorary degree of 
LL.D. In May, 1826, he was chosen an associate judge of the 
Superior Court of the State of Connecticut. To this office he was 
appointed by a Legislatm-e iu which a decided majority were opposed 
to him in political principles and preferences. This fact is worthy of 
remark on account of its strong testimony to his preeminent fitness, 
at that time, for that high office, and also on account of the honorable 
testimony which it gives respecting his political opponents, — whom 
he never courted, and iu political conflict never spared, — that in the 
election to an office so resppnsible, so remote from political interests 
and strifes as that of a judge of the Supreme Court, they were willing 
to lay aside pai-tisan partialities, and to be controlled by a regard to 
superior intellectual, legal, and moral qualifications. During the 
years 1828 and 1829 he was mayor of the city of New Haven. 

In May, 1832, he was made chief justice of the Supreme Court. 
Here, again, was singular testimony to his preeminently judicial qualifi- 
cations ; for, contrary to the usual custom, he was appointed to that 
chief place notwithstanding the fact that he was not the senior in 
office among the judges on the bench. 

Judge Daggett continued to perform the duties of that station until 


December 31, 1834, when be reached seventy years of age, the limit 
which the Connecticut State Constitution assigns to the judicial 

The eminence of Judge Daggett in his profession, and among the 
public men of the State, is suflieiently attested by the many positions 
of high responsibility and trust in which he was placed by the 
guardians of Yale College, and by the people of New Haven and 
the State ; especially when we remember that the political party to 
which he belonged, which was dominant in the State tOl he was past 
middle life, and gave him the most of his honors, emlu'aced, con- 
fessedly, many of the most powerful and brilliant minds of the State ; . 
and if we remember also that some of the highest of these trusts were 
devolved upon him when his political opponents had come into power 
and his own party had passed into a minority. 

- The features of Judge Daggett's intellectual character, his quick 
and thorough insight, his well-balanced judgment and strong common 
sense, his quick and ready perception of fitness, his wit and humor, 
his power of varied and felicitous illustration, his ready memory, his 
energy of feeling, his concentration, his clear and nervous language, 
his practical knowledge of law, — these, joined to his qualities of 
person and manner, his tall and commanding form, always dressed 
carefully, richly, and in perfect taste, rising and dilating as he 
warmed with his subject, his large and piercing eye, his expressive 
brow, his strong-featured Roman face, his powerful voice rangmg 
through the whole scale, from a subdued yet distinct whisper till it 
sounded like a trumpet call, his utterance varying from solemn delib- 
eration to the vehemence of a torrent, — these qualities of mind, 
person, and manner made him an advocate who, in his best days, 
had, on the whole, no superior, if he had an equal, at the bar of 

He was a true and accomplished gentleman. He was in a very 
extraordinary degree polished in his manners, gracefully and 
scrupulously observant of all civilities. His courtesy was remark- 

The religious life of Judge Daggett began with the thorough train- 
ing which he received in his childhood and youth. This " nurture 
and admonition of the Lord," under the parental roof, and the 
memories and records of his pious ancestry, had a strong influence 
upon him. He commenced his active life with great respect for re- 
ligion and its ordinances. [Extract, Address Rev. S. W. S. Dutton, 
New Haven, 1851.] 

1130. Dexter Dagcett" {Thoma.!^,' Thomas,' John,' Thoiuas,- 
John^), born Attleboro', Mass., March lo, 17G7; died Providence, 


R.I. [Inventory, April 20, 1808] ; married February 20, 1795, Han- 
nah Richards; born November 29, 1767; died September 20, 1822. 
Issue : 

1523. i. Thomas R. Dagiiktt," born .Tuly 2, 1798; ilioil young. 

1524. il. Eliza Daggett,' born April 27, ISOO; diid young. 

1525. iii. George W. Daggktt,' born August 14, 1S03 ; Jied young. 
152C. iv. .Julia A. Daggett,' born November 28, 1805. 

1167. Capt. Jetiiro Daggett" (Brotherton,'' Brotherloi) ,' Josliiia,^ 
Tliomrts,^ JnJm'), born Edgartown, Mass., October 21, 17(12; mar- 
ried Tisbury, Mass., November 8, 1796, Hannah Cottle. 

Issue : 

1527. i. Susan Daggett, bapt. Edgartoivn, Mass., September 27, 1829. 

1170. Hon. Timothy Daggett" {Brotherton,' Brntherton,* 
Josliua,' Thoni'is,- John'), hora Edgartown, Mass., March 23, 1768; 
" mariner; " died Edgartown, Mass., April 26, 1847; married Edgar- 
town, Mass., February 9, 1797, Sally Jernigau. 

Issue : 

1528. i. Isaac Daggett,' born Edgartown, Mass., June 25, 1798. 

1529. ii. Lloyd Daggett,' born Edgartown, Mass., July 14, 1801; " bl.ack- 

sniith; " married; died Edgartown, Mass., November 17, 1869. 
1530 iii. Charles Daggett,' bapt. Edgartown, Mass.. September 25, 1805. 

1531. iv. William Franklin Daggett,' bapt. Edgartown, Mass,, July 10, 1808. 

1173. Samuel Daggett" {Thomas,'" Brotherton,^ Joshua,' 
Thomas,- John'), born Tisbury, Mass., May 19, 1753; died Union, 
Me., October 2, 1835; married Tisbury, Mass., March 13, 1777, 
Jedidah Butler; died Union, Me., February 21, 1830. 

Issue : 

1532. i. Brotherton Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., January 4, 177S. 
lo3:;. ii. James Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., September 9, 1779. 

1534. iii. Polly Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., May 12, 1781 ; married Union, 

Me., September 5, 1799, Thomas Mitchell; she died Union, Me., 

1535. iv. Jonathan Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., May 20, 1783. 

1536. V. William Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., April 9, 1785. 

1537. vi. Samuel Daggett,' born Union, Me., October 15, 1792. 

1538. vii. Ebenezkr Daggett,' born Union, Me., August 2, 1797. 

1539. viii. Daniel Weston Daggett,' born Union, Me., May 19, 1800. 

Samuel Daggett was selectman of the town of Union, Me., in 1791, 
1803, 1804, 1805, 1807. He was tithmgman in 1808. 

April 2, 1792, he was one of a committee to make choice of a spot 
for a meeting-house; April 2, 1804, one of a ministerial committee; 
and April 1, 1805, on a committee to hu'e a candidate to preach. 
May 7, 1821, the selectmen were authorized to purchase a piece of 
land of Samuel Daggett, provided they could obtain a sufficient 
quantity for a burying-ground for twenty-five dollars. 

During the Revolutionary war Samuel Daggett was captured on 


board a privateer aucl confined four months in the Jersey prison-ship 
at New Yorlv. Of ninety who went on board with him, all died but 
himself and eight more. November 8, 1790, he was on a committee 
to look after the collection of taxes. In 1798 he was on the school 

1173. TnoiMAS Daggett" {Thomas,^ Swtherton,* Joshua,^ 
TJiomas,- JoJin^), born Tisbiiry, Mass., 1755; died Union, Me., 
January 13, 1822; married Tisbury, Mass., October 31, 1782, 
Rebecca Luce; died Union, Me., February 6, 1832. 

Issue : 

1540. i. Hannah Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass. (?), April 14, 1783; died 

Union, Mc, April 23, 182G. 

1541. ii. Berintha Daggett,' born September 11, 178G; married Union, Me., 

April 23, 1809, John Chapman Robbins ; she died Union, Me., 
July 5, 1839. 

1542. iii. Thomas Daggett,' born June 4, 1788. 

1543. iv. Sally Daggett,' born Union, Me., May G, 1790; married Union, 

Me,, September 20, 1818, Samuel Goodwin, of Searsmont, Me. 

1544. V. Edmund Daggett,' born Union, Me., August 28, 1792. 

1545. vi. Henry Daggett,' born Union, Me., August 3, 1794; married Sep- 

tember 26, 1816, Meribah Jackson, of Belmont; moved to Wiscon- 

1546. vii. Matthew Daggett,' born Union, Me., October 1, 1798; died Union, 

Me., December 10, 1798. 

Thomas Daggett, of Union, Me., was made deacon of the Baptist 
church in Warren, April 30, 1808. His will, dated December 20, 
1821, was proved May 13, 1822.. 

1175. Aaron Daggett" (Tlwmas,^ Brotherton" , Joshxa,^ 
TJiovias,' John^), "mariner;" died probably 1813, as his wife 
applied for administration June 29, 1813 ; married Rebecca Peabody, 
daughter of Stephen Peabody, of "Warren, Me. 

Issue : 

1547. 1. EuTH Daggett,' born Union, Me., January 1, 1792. 

1548. ii. Olive Daggett,' born Union, Me., February 2, 1794. 

1549. iii. Margaret Daggett,' born Union, Me., July 17, 1796. 

1550. iv. Polly Daggett,' born Union, Me., February 23, 1798; died Union, 

Me., 1802. 

1551. V. Aaron Daggett,' born Union, Me., April 7, 1800; died Union, Me., 


1552. vl. Lucy Daggett,' born Union, Me., November 10, 1802. 

1553. vii. Elijah A. Daggett,' born Union, Me., March 2, 1806. 

1554. viii. Aaron Athearn Daggett,' born Union, Me., December 17, 1808. 

1179. Timothy Daggett" (Timothy,^ Bvotherton," JosJuia,^ 
TJiomas,^ JoJm^), born Dighton, Mass., April 8, 1762; married 

Issue : 

1555. i. James Godfrey Daggett,' born Dighton, Mass., March 13, 1800; 

"carpenter;" died Providence, R.I., August 19, 1866. 


1180. Tpjstram Daggett" {ElijaJi,^ Brotherton,'* Joshua,' 
Thomas,' John''), born August -I'l, 1758; died Parkman, Me., 1848; 
married 1st, Tisbury, Mass., September 11, 1785, Jane Merry; born 
November, 1761 ; married 2d, Industry, Me. (published October 23, 
1830), Naucy Norton, widow of Sprowell Norton, aud daughter of 
James and Betsey (Williams) Eveleth; born Salem, Mass., January 
14, 1783; died Industry, Me., April 18, 1846. 

Issue : 

1556. i. Elijah Daggett,' born June, 1786; died young. 

1557. ii. Henky Daggett,' born Industry, Me., May 27, 1789. 

1558. iii. SffSAN Daggett,' born Industry, Me., May 25, 1791; died Industry, 

Me., August 1808. 

1559. iv. Abigaii, Daggett,' born Industry, Me., July 22, 1793. 

1500. T. Jane Daggett,' born Industry, Me., March 12, 1796; died Industry, 
Me., April 27, 1861. 

1561. vi. Mathew Daggett,' born Industry, Me., May 9, 1797; mjirried a 

Cleveland ; be and his wife died fall of 1835. 

1562. Tii. Tristram Daggett,' born Industry, Me., June 8, 1799. 

1563. Tui. Timothy Daggett,' born Industry, Me., May 26, 1802. 

1564. ix. Isaac Daggett,' born Industry, Me., August 13, 1805 ; died Industry, 

Me., September, 1808. 

Tristram Daggett, in early life, was a sailor. 

He was a Revolutionary soldier under Washington. He endured 
much suffering, and received an honorable discharge as follows : 

By his Excellency George Washington Esq General and Commander in Chief 
of the forces of the United States of America. 

These certify that the bearer hereof Tristram Daggett soldier in the Serenth 
Massacliusetts Regiment having faithfully served the United States and being 
enlisted for the war only is hereby discharged from the American Army. 

Given at Head Quarters the eightli day of ,lune 1783. 

G. Washington. 

By his Excellencys Command, J. Trumbull, Jr. 

Registered in the Books of the Regiment. The above Tristram Daggett, 
soldier has been honored with a badge of merit for 5 yrs. faithful service. 

J. Brooks, L' Col. Com. 7"' Mass. Regt. 

Mr. Daggett was one of the original purchasers of the towuship of 
New Vineyard, Me., and drew his one hundred acres east of the New 
Vineyard mountains, in the first range adjoining the Lowell sti-ip, and 
was the first to commence operations for a settlement in that quarter. 

In June, 1791, he procured a back- load of provisions at the settle- 
ment at the river, now Farmington, and went to the gore by the 
path, where he got Mr. Collins to pilot him up the mountain to the 
town line, which had then been newly marked by spotted trees, with 
the corners of the lots marked, and numbered on the line. 

Thence he proceeded afoot and alone, with his pack on his back 
and his axe in his hand, noticing the numbers of the lots until he 
came to his lot, where he made a temporary camp near a spring, and 
commenced cutting down the trees to make a farm. He often said 


he uever eujoyed himself better iu )iis life thau when thus employed. 
Mr. Daggett built a log house, into which he moved the next year, 
and remained there three years, when he sold his new farm to Charles 
Luce, and moved on the Lowell strip, now Industry, IMe. 

He was an honest, well-meaning man, and worked hard as loug as 
he was able. 

He sold the farm which he made on the Lowell strip to David 
Luce, settled on a lot near bj', and then on a small lot near West's 
Mills. In his old age, he moved to the town of Parkman, where he 

1181. JiLiJAH Daggett " {Elijah,"^ Brotherton," Joshua,^ Thomas,'^ 
John '), "mariner;" died either at sea or Martha's Vineyard ; married 
Tisbury, Mass., April 4, 1787, Peggy Smith, daughter of Captain 
Smith; died about August 1, 1812. 

Issue : 

1565. i. LovK Daggett,' born Martha's Vineyard, Mass.; married May 14, 

1812, Samuel C. Leeman, sou of Jacob and Keziah (Chapman) Lee- 
mau, of Stark, Me. 

1566. ii. LuoiNDA Daggett,' born Martha's Vineyard, Mass. 

1567. iii. Elijah Daggett,' born Martha's Vineyard, Mass.; married and re- 

sided New York city ; mariner on packet between New York and 

1568. iv. Sarau Daggett,' born Martha's Vineyard, Mass., December 7, 1792. 
1509. V. Matthew Daggett,' enlisted in 1813 for remainder of war; died un- 
married, Lake Ontario, about 1814. 

1570. vi. Margaket Daggett,' born Martha's Vineyard; married Mr. Tucker 

from Virginia ; resided Falmouth, Mass. ; died young; one child. 

1571. vii. Samuel S. Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., 1799. 

Mrs. Daggett married, April 16, 1812, Deacon Levi Greenleaf, of 

1183. Capt. JIatthew Daggett" {Elijah,^ Brotherton,^ Joshua,^ 
TJwmas,' John'), horn Tisbury, Mass., 1764; died Warren, Me., 
October 15, 1831 ; married Tisbury, Mass., March 28, 1788, Rebecca 
Daggett, daughter of Thomas and Rebecca (Athearn) Daggett (No. 
1176) ; born Tisbury, Mass., 1765; died Warren, Me., October 16, 

1572. i. Matthew Daggett,' born December 16, 1789. 

1573. ii. Thomas Daggett,' born June, 1791. 

1674. iii. Sebastian C. Daggett,' born December, 1792. 

1575. iv. Fhederick Daggett,' born Warren, Me., December 21, 1794; died 

at sea; " unmarried." 

1576. V. Nanct Atheakn Daggett,' born Warren, Me., December 1, 1799. 

Captain Daggett went to Warren, Me., about 1798, and pui-chased 
an estate. He was employed as master of various vessels in the 
coasting and foreign trade till his death in 1831. 


1186. James Daggett" (Jethro,^ Brother ion," Joshua,^ Thomas," 
Jiihn^), bom Newport, R.I., 1770; married Dightou, Mass., Juue 
21, 1792, by Ezra Richmoud, J. P., to Sibble Babcock ; born Swansea, 

Issue : 

1577. i. Timothy Daggett,' born Dighton, Mass., March 31, 1793. 

1578. ii. Thomas Gilbert Daggett,' boru Dighton, Mass., March 2, 1795. 

1579. iii. Ebenezer Daggett,' born Dighton, Mass., November 11, 1798; died 

Rehoboth, Mass., May 6, 1877. 

1580. iv. Jetheo Davis Daggett,' born Rehoboth, Mass., August 27, 1802. 

November 2, 1784, John Whitmarsh appointed guardian of James 
Daggett, son of Jethro Daggett, late of Newport, R.I. [Bristol 

April 17, 1792, Timothy Daggett, for James Daggett, requests the 
judge of probate to allow the account of John Whitmarsh, of 
Dightou. [Bristol Probate.] 

1193. Lydia Daggett" {Nathan,^ Jacob," Joshua,^ Thomas," 
John'), born Nantucket, Mass., 9-1-1758; married Nantucket, 
Mass., July 8, 1773, by Rev. B. Shaw, to John House, from New- 
foundland ; boru 8-6-1747; died Nantucket, Mass., 5-30-181G. 

Issue : 

1581. i. William Daggett House,' born Nantucket, Mass., 2-28-1779; 

married Janet Coleman, daughter of Solomon and Mehitable Cole- 

1582. ii. Betsey House,' born Nantucket, Mass., 12-24-1785; married 1st, 

Gotham Alloy; 2.1, Willium Archer; od, George Manter. 

1583. iii. Timothy D.\(;.a-.TT Hoi si:,' born Nantucket, Mass., 9-28-1788. 

1584. iv. Lydia House,' born Nantucket, Mass., 3-12-1792; married David 

Ellis, son of Simeon and Charity Ellis. 

1585. V. Polly House,' born Nantucket, Mass., 7-12-1794; married Shubael 

Swain, son of Joshua Swain. 

1586. vi. Sally House,' born Nantucket, Mass., 12-3-1798; married Stephen 

Rice, son of Stephen Rice. 

1587. vii. Peggy House.' 

1588. viii. Hepsaeeth House.' 

1191. Peter Daggett" (Ebenezer,^ [John," Joseph,' Joseph,^ 
John ']{':!)), born Martha's Vineyard, January 17, 1770; died In- 
dustry, Me., November 5, 1833; married let, Tisbury, Mass., De- 
cember 1, 1791, Damaris Luce, daughter of Jonathan and Urana 
(Luce) Luce; born Martha's Vineyard, October 30, 1764; died 
Industry, Me., August 3, 1810; married 2d (published February 27, 
1811), Hannah Snow, widow of Ezekiel Snow, and daughter of Paul 
and Jael (Bennett) Pratt; born 1775; died New Vineyard, Me., 
December 14, 1862. 

Issue : 

1589. i. Wllliam Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., August S, 1792. 

1590. ii. Plamentin Daggett,' born Industry, Me., May 5, 1795. 


1591. iii. Jonathan LncE Daggett,' born Industry, Mo., October 11, 1797. 

1592. iv. Leander Daggett,' born Industry, Me., May 15, 1799. 

1593. T. Albert Daggett,' born Industry, Me., July 8, 1801. 

1594. vi. Betsey Daggett,' born Industry, Me., February 7, 1804; married 

1st, April 13, 1826, Samuel Green, of Wilton; married 2d, Mr. 
Govver; issue: Augustus Green; " resides Elkader, Kansas (1893). 

1595. Tii. Peter Daggett,' born Industry, Me., 1807; <lied Industry, Me., 

November 23, 1810. 

1596. viii. Lavina Daggett,' born Industry, Me., Mareb 23, 1812. 

Mr. Daggett came from New Viucyard to Industry ahout 1798, aud 
settled ou the "Lowell Strip." He was a member of the Methodist 
church, and the leader of the class in his ueigliborhood for many 
years. He built on his lot the first frame house erected in Industry 
Plantation, aud became in time a well-to-do farmer. 

1195. Aauon Daggett" {Ebmezer," IJnJin,' Joseph,^ Jost'i>h,- 
./o//7i '](?)), settled in Hallowell, Me.; married March 2, 170G, 
Susanna Hillman, of New Vineyard. 

Mr. Daggett was in trade in Industry, 1810-12. 

1197. Hannah Daggett" {Ehenezcr,^ \_John,' Joseph," Joaepli,- 
Jokn ']{?)), born Martha's Vineyard, September 21, 1776; died 
Industry, Me., May 4, 1807; married Farmington, Me., June 21, 
1796, Rowland Luce, sou of Daniel aud Elizabeth (Merry) Luce, 
"farmer;" born Sharou, Conn., March 13, 1776; died Industry, 
Me., December 22, 1862. 

Issue : 

1597. i. Jonathan Ldce,' born Industry, Me., December 12, 1797. 

1598. ii. Leonard Luce,' born Industry, Me., November 17, 1799. 
1.599. iii. Eliza Luce,' born Industry, Me., November 30, 1801. 

1000. iv. Hannah Luce,' born Industry, Me., July 22, 1804. 

1198. John Daggett" {John,' IJohn,* Joseph,'' Josej^h," 
John']{'^)), born Martha's Vineyard, 1758; died New Vineyard, 
Me., October 26, 1840; married (published October 25, 1814) Love 
Benson, widow of Charles Benson and daughter of Sanniol aud 
Sarah (Chesley) Piukham. 

Issue : 

1001. i. John Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me. ; died in inf.ancy. 

1602. ii. Sarah Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me., January 5, 1816. 

1603. iii. John Atwell Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me., August 24, 1819. 

1604. iv. Deborah Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me., April 29, 1822 ; mar- 

ried April 9, 1844, Josiab Tinkbara, son of Ariel and Susan (Bray) 
Tinkbam, of Anson. Mr. Tinkham is a farmer, and resides Anson, 
Me. (1S92). 

1605. v. Love Daggktt'; married Capt. Clias. H. Beck, of Augusta, Me. 

1606. vi. William Riley Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me. 

1607. vii. Warken Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me., May 1, 1829. 

1608. viii. Ann Cordelia Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me., Marcb 0, 1838. 

John Daggett was a sailor prior to his marriage ; afterward a farmer. 




1208. Jefferson Daggett' {Jacob,^ Daniel,^ Israel,^ Joseph,' 
John,- John^), born Rehoboth, Mass., November 30, 1800 ; " farmer ;" 
died Pawtucket, R.I., Jauuary, 1870; married Seekonk, Mass., March 
14, 1827, by Rev. B. Pearse, to Hauuah Dorman Daggett, daughter 
of Israel and Lucy (Bicknell) Daggett (No. 1203) ; born Rehoboth, 
Mass., April 23, 1805 ; died Pawtucket, R.I., April 2, 1892. 

Issue : 

1G09. i. Elisabeth Frances Daggett,' born Seekonk, Mass., January 9, 

1828; resides Pawtucket, R.I. (1892). 
IGIO. ii. Edwin Oscar Daggett,' born Seekonk, Mass., March 5, 1829. 

1611. iii. Anna .Judson Daggett,' born Seekonk, Mass., March 12, 1830. 

1612. iv. LncT Bicknell Daggett," born P.awtucket, R.I., August 4, 1831; 

died Pawtucket, R.I., October 9, 1831. 

1613. V. Albert Augdstus Daggett,' born Pawtucket, Il.I., December 27, 

1832 ; died Pawtucket, R.I., September 12, 1833. 

1614. vi. Israel Albkrt Daggett,' born Pawtucket, R.I., February 5, 1834; 

died Pawtucket, R.I., June 20, 1837. 

1615. vii. Mart Knowlton Daggett,' born Pawtucket, R.I., April 29, 1837. 
161(1. viii. Israel R. Daggett,' born Pawtucket, R.I., June 24, 1838; died 

Pawtucket, R.I., October 8, 1838. 

Mr. Daggett was well known in Pawtucket. For years he lived on 
what is known as the "Daggett farm," near the Ten-mile river, and 
his widow had resided there since his death. 

She was wont to say that she had " lived in three towns and two 
States, and not moved from the house." 

The farm was originally in Rehoboth, Mass., but when that town 
was divided, this portion of the town became Seekonk. Later 
Seekonk was divided, and this portion became the old town of Paw- 
tucket, in Massachusetts. In 18G3, when the boundary line between 
Rhode Island and Massachusetts was adjusted, Pawtucket was set off 
to Rhode Island, and thus she moved into another State. Since 
then she had seen the old town of Pawtucket annexed to a portion of 
North Providence, and became the new town of Pawtucket, and then 
the town made a city. Mrs. Daggett was a life-long member of the 
Pawtucket Congregational church. 

1211. Jacob Daggett' (Jacob," Daniel,^ Israel,* Joseph,' JoJin,^ 
John'), born Seekonk, Mass., December 28, 1807; "house car- 
penter;" died Seekonk, Mass., August 29, 1890; married Paw- 
tucket, R.I., February 2, 1834, Juliana Ide, daughter of Edward 


and Betsy (Carpenter) Ide ; born Seekouk, Mass., August 13, 1809 ; 
died Seekonk, Mass., Maj' 12, 1892. 

Issue : 
1G17. i. Jacob Theodore Daggett,^ born Pawtucket, R.I., April C, 18.37 

died Pawtucket, R.I., October 19, 1838. 
1618. li. Ellen Elizabeth Daggett," born Pawtucket, R.I., .luly 5, 1839 

died Pawtucket, K.I., Augusts, 1889. 
1519. ill. Albert Beidgman Daggett,' born Pawtucket, R.I., June 13, 1812 

idea Pawtucket, R.I., July 23, 1843. 

1620. iv. Josephine Daggett,' born Pawtucket, R.I., December 14, 1844 

resides Pawtucket, R.I. (1892). 

1621. T. Ann Elizabeth Daggett,' born Pawtucket, R.I., October 2, 1840. 

1622. vi. Herbert Sidney Daggett,' born Pawtucket, R.I., July 3, 1849. 

1623. vii. Adah Daggett,' born Pawtucket, R.I., March 16, 1856; died See- 

konk, Mass., November 7, 1881. 

1312. Samtjel Slack Daggett' (Jarob,^ Daniel,'^ Israel," Joseph ,-^ 
JoJin,' John'), born Seekonk, Mass , July 9, 1809 ; died Pawtucket, 
R.I., April 29, 1887; married East Greenwich, R.I., June 8, 1845, 
by Rev. Jolin H. Baker, to Matilda Cochie Sheldon, daughter of 
William James and Sarah (Tillinghast) Sheldon ; born West Green- 
wich, R.I., September 2, 1817. 

Issue : 

1624. i. Samuel Sheldon Daggett,' born Pawtucket, R.I., May 23, 1848. 

1625. ii. William James Daggett,' born Pawtucket, R.I., January 9, 1S51. 

1626. Hi. Sarah Matilda Daggett,' born Pawtucket, R.I., August 2.5, 1853. 

1215. Recben Daggett' {Reuben,^ Reuben,'' NathanicJ,* Na- 
thaniel," John,' John'), born Westmoreland, N.H., February 19, 
1781 ; removed to Cattaraugus county, N.Y. ; married Westmoreland, 
N.H., March 3, 1800, by Rev. Allen Pratt, to Jennie Briggs. 

Issue : 
1C27. i. LoREN Daggett,'' lived in Cattaraugus county, N.Y. 

1628. ii. Nelson Daggett.' 

1629. iii. Reuben Daggett.' 

1216. CiiLOE Daggett' {Reuben,'- Renbm,'' NaihanieJ,* Na- 
thaniel,'' John," John'), born Westmoreland, N.H., July 20, 1783; 
died Juue, 1842; married Miller Vaughn; died June, 1842. 

Issue : five children. 

1630. i. Mary Vaughn,' married Mr. Gifford ; resides Wellsboro', Pa. (1892). 

1217. Esther Daggett' {Reiiben," Reuben,'' Nathaniel," Na- 
thaniel,' John,' John'), bom AVestraoreJaud, N.H., December 26, 
1785; died Cooper's Plains, N.Y., about 1852; married John 

Issue : 

1631. i. RuFUS Franklin,' resides Cooper's Plains, N.Y. (1892). 

1632. ii. Kesiah Franklin,' married Mr. Bidler; resides Caton, Steuben county, 

N.Y. (1892). 

1633. i 


163+. ii. 


lK3o. iii. 


163G. iv. 


1637. V. 


1638. vi. 



1219. Seth Daggett ' {lieiiben," Reuben,^ Nathaniel,'' Nathaniel,^ 
John,- John'), bom Westmoreland, N.H., July 3, 1790; died Tioga, 
Tioga county. Pa., January "2, 1874; married near Utiea, N.Y., 
October 10, 1810, Kunice Allen, daughter of Joseph and Eunice 
(Kingsley) Allen; born Barustable, Mass., March 15, 17i)0; died 
Tioga, Pa., March 22, 1864. 

Issue : 

llAccn.ri'.'^ liorn Jackson, Tioga county, Pa., October 6, 1811. 
i: l>v..,,Li I," horn Jackson, Pa., July 30, 1813. 
1) ■,.,..! 11." Iinni .l.icksnn, Pa., May 5, 1816. 
Ni i;. I>\..(,i I I,' liiirn .Tackson, Pa., Marcli 16, 1818. 
\ \ II v.;i,i;iT," 1m>iii Jackson, Pa., May 10, 1822. 
;.v DAiiiiUTT,'* lioni Jack.son, Pa., March 2, 1824. 
1G39. vii. Richard Daocett,^ born Jackson, Pa., June 28, 1827; died Tioga, 
Pa., February 11, 1846. 

1640. viii. Marv Ann D.\G<iETr,» burn Tioga, Pa., September 11, 182'J. 

1641. ix. Charlotte Daggett," born Jackson, Pa., July 8, 1831 ; died Tioga, 

Pa., December 10, 1849. 

Major Seth Daggett married Eunice Allen, a niece of Sanmel 
Allen, who was defeated on the Democratic ticket for governor of 
Massachusetts. Soon after their marriage they removed to Tioga 
county, where Jlajor Daggett became widely known and much 

He was made major of militia, and served one or two terms as 
sheriff of the county. 

He engaged extensively in lumbering, and at one time owned large 
tracts of land. 

The family lived in Jackson township, Tioga county, Daggett's 
Mills Post-offlce. 

1220. Saloma Daggett' {Reuben,^ Reuben,^ Nathaniel,' Na- 
thanid,' John,- John'), born Westmoreland, N.H., July 3, 1790; 
died Rutland, Pa., spring of 1855; married 1st, near Elmira, N.Y., 
1809, William Keyes, son of Peabody and Persia (Brook) Keyes; 
born Princeton, Mass.; died Wells, Pa., June, 1813; married 2d, 
Jackson, Pa., 1815,. Alexander Harris, and moved to Vermont. 

Issue : 

1642. 1. Seth Q. Keyes,^ born Jackson, Pa., July 3, 1810. 

1643. ii. William B. Keyks,'* born Jackson, Pa., March 16, 1812. 

1644. iii. Abel Harris," resides Plainfield, Wis. (1892). 

1645. iv. Diadaura Harris," married Mr. Soper; resides Rutland, Pa. (1892). 

1646. V. Polly Harris,^ married Mr. Baker; resides Jackson, Pa. (1892). 

1647. vi. Saloma Harris," married Mr. Resell. 

And three other children. 

1221. RuFus Daggett' {Reuben,'^ Reuben,' Nathaniel,* Na- 
thaniel,^ John,- John'), born Westmoreland, N.II., December 3, 


1792; died Jauuary 31, 1835; married January <S, 1817, Hauuah 
Sharp; bom 1796; died Daggett's Mills, Pa., February 26, 1883. 

1G48. i. William Daggett,^ born Ponnsylvania, December 211, 1817. 

1649. ii. KuFus Daggett,^ boni Pennsylvania, February 25, 1819. 

1650. Lii. Hannah Daggett,^ born Pennsylvania, November 21, 1821; married 

March 18, 1841, Runalds Sixbee. 

1651. iv. Lucinda Daggett,' born Pennsylvania, December 28, 1823; married 

September 10, 1840, Charles Lefler. 

1652. V. CuoNELUs C. Daggett,' born Pennsylv.ania, 5, 1825. 

1653. vi. Sally Daggett,' born Pennsylvania, April 25, 1S27; married No- 

vember, 1849, Samuel Crip. 

1654. vii. Laney Daggett,' born Pennsylvania, November 30, 1828 ; married 

September 18, 1850, Lyman i?urton. 

1655. viii. Maranda Daggett,' born Pennsylvania, November 18, 1833 ; married 

February 12, 1854, Furnam Lucas. 

1223. Lydia D.iGGETi' {Reuben/ Reuben,' Nallianiel,* Na- 
thaniel,^ John,- Jolin^), boru Westmoreland, N.H., October 16, 
1797; died Jackson, Pa., November 20, 1843; married Jackson, 
Pa., 1817, John Conable, sou of John and Lydia (Stebbins) Con- 
able; born Leydeu, Mass., April 19, 1797; died Jackson, Pa., 
August 5, 1839. 

Issue : 

1656. 1. Emily Belinda Conable,' born Jackson, Pa., January 24, 1818. 

1657. ii. Squire Maxwell Conable,' born Litchfield, N.Y., February 24, 

1820; married 1st, Sarah Sophronia Stowell ; married 2d, Sabina 
Ann Crippen; resides Pike, Pa. (1892). 

1658. iii. Lydia Sophronia Conable,' born Jackson, Pa., July 29, 1822; mar- 

ried John W. Joslin, M.D. 

1659. iv. Clarinda Conable,' born Friendship, N.Y., July 5, 1824; married 

Jackson, Pa., December 25, 1842, Daniel Cormvell; he resides 
Plainfield, Wis. (1886) ; she died Pine Grove, Wis., May 15, 1860. 

1660. V. Elmira Matilda Conable,' born Fredonia, N.Y., September 14, 

1826; "teacher;" died Jackson, Pa., November 11, 1852. 

1661. vi. Julia Conable,' born Jackson, Pa., August 10, 1828; "teacher;" 

died Jackson, Pa., December 14, 1851. 

1662. vii. Seth Conable,' born Jackson, Pa., September 21, 1835; married 

Sarah Ann Burrows. 

Mr. Conable removed with his parents, when he was about thir- 
teen years old, to Litchfield, Herkimer county, N.Y. He enlisted in 
the war of 1812, at or near Litchfield, about October 1, 1814, under 
Captain Bellinger, in Colonel Myers's regiment of New York militia, 
and was discharged at Sackett's Harbor, N.Y., in the following 

1325. RuFus Daggett' {Daniel,^ Reuben,^ NathmiM,* Na- 
thaniel," John," John'), boru 1793; died New York, 1842; married 
Esther Dexter; born 1796. 

Issue : 


lfi65. iii. Rupns Daggktt/' 

166G. iv. Susan Uaggett," married Mr. Perkins; resides Unadilla Forks, N.Y. 

1233. Serel N. Daggett' {Daniel,^ Reuben,^ Nathaniel,* Na- 
thaniel,^ John,- John'), born Burrillville, R.I., 1812; "laborer;" 
resided Glocester, R.I. (183;)); married Glocester, R.I., October 
2, 1831, by Elder Andrew Stoue, to Susau Logee, daughter of Elisha 
and Jerusha Logee, of Burrillville, R.I. ; born Burrillville, R.I., 
December 4, 1814. 

Issue : 
1()(J7. i. Thomas \V. Dokr Daggett,' born Seekonk, Mass., January 5, 1849. 

1234. Keziah Daggett ' {Levi,^ John,^ John,* Nathaniel,^ John," 
John'), born Rehoboth, Mass., November 16, 1790; married See- 
konk, Mass., March 1, 1818, by Rev. John Pitman, to Alfred 
Barnes, of Barrington, son of Samuel and Hannah (Peck) Barnes; 
born Barrington, R.I. ; died Barrington, R.I. 

Issue : 
1668. i. Thomas Barnes, ^ resides California (1802). 

1235. John Daggett' {Levi," John," John.,* Nathaniel,^ John," 
John^), born Rehoboth, Mass., April 20, 1702; "farmer;" died 
Seekonk, Mass., December 11, 1857; married 1st, Seelcouk, Mass., 
September 3, 1823, by Bartlett Pearse, to Amey Cole, daughter of 
Joseph and Rachel (Braley) Cole; born Rehoboth, Mass., March 
16, 1792; died Seelvonk, Mass., August 3, 1826; married 2d, Bar- 
rington, R.I., September 3, 1827, Hannah Barnes, daughter of 
Samuel and Hannah (Peck) Barnes; born Barrington, R.I., March 
22, 1782; died Seekonk, Mass., December 1, 1860. 

Issue : 
166'J. i. William Daggett,' born Seekonk, Mass., June 19, 1824. 

1237. Hannah Daggett ' (Levi," John,' John,* Nathaniel,^ John,- 
Juha '), born Rehoboth, Mass., January 19, 1796; died Providence, 
R.I., 1871 ; married 1st, Joseph Cole, son of Joseph and Rachel 
(Braley) Cole ; born Rehoboth, Mass. ; died Seekonk, Mass. ; married 
2d, Thomas Cole, son of Joseph and Rachel (Braley) Cole; born 
Rehoboth, Mass. ; died Seekonk, Mass. 

Issue : 

Thomas Cole." 


1670. 1. 

Thomas Cole." 

1671. ii. 

Rachel Cole,» born March, 

1819; married Wliitins Baker 

WestDedham, Mass. (1892 

) ; lias son Edwin W. Baker." 

1672. iu. 

Allen Cole." 

1673. iv. 

Joseph Cole.« 

1674. T. 


1675. vi. 

Levi Cole.' 

1676. vii. 

Betsey Cole.' 

doggett-daggp:tt family. 

1677. viii. Amey Cole." 

1678. ix. Benjamin Cole.' 

1679. X. Francis Cole, ^ living (1892). 

1680. xi. Cole,* died in infancy. 

1681. xii. Cole,' died in infancy. 

1240. Lydia Daggett' {Levi," John,^ JoJiv," NaiJianiel,^ John,- 
JoJm'), born Rehoboth, Mass., April 10, 1801; died Barrington, 
R.I., 1874; married Alfred Barnes, of Barrington, son of Samuel 
and Hannah (Peck) Barnes; born Barrington, R.I. ; died Barring- 
ton, R.I. 

Issue : 

1682. i. John Barnes," born Barrington, K.I. ; resides there (1892). 

1683. ii. Keziah Barnes," born Barrington, K.I. 
1C84. iii. Lydia Barnes," born Barrington, R.I. 
1K85. iv. Samoel Barnes," born Barrington, R.I. 

1686. V. Alfred Barnes," born Barrington, R.I. 

1687. vi. Hannah Barnes," born Barrington, R.I. 

1688. vii. Levi D. Barnes," born Barrington, R.I. ; resides Providence, R.I. 


1689. viii. Millie Barnes,^ born Barrington, R.I. 

1242. Pke.ston Daggett' {Robert," James,'' John,* Nathaniel,^ 
John,- John '), born Rehoboth, Mass., November 27, 1784; mai-ried 
Rehoboth, Mass., February '23, 180G, by J. Hills, to Nancy Read. 

Issue : 

carpenter;" died Providence, R.I. , 

1246. ROBEKT Daggett' {Robert," James,'' John,* Nathaniel," 
John,- John^), born Rehoboth, Mass., September 13, 17'J3; died 
Seekonlv, Mass., March, 1831 ; married Seekonk, Mass., February 
17, 1814, by Rev. John Mills, to Mary Bottou ; born Connecticut, 
December 8, 1791 ; died Seekonk, Mass., February 8, 1850. 

Issue : 

1691. i. Fanny Maria Daggett," married Seekonk, Mass., April 15, 1858, 

James Bicknell, son of Joshua Bicknell. 

1692. ii. David Aldrich Daggett," possibly died before 1831. 

1693. iii. Louisa Daggett." 

1694. iv. Abby Daggett." 

1695. V. Phila Aldrich Daggett." 

1696. vi. Caroline Amelia Daggett," born Seekonk, Mass., 1826; married 

Seekonk, Mass., September 14, 1848, by Rev. James A. Barney, to 
John A. Woodworth, of Fall River, " laborer." 

1253. Ellen V. Daggett' {Henry," James," John,* Nathaniel," 
JoJm,- John'), born Seekonk, Mass., 1843 ; resides Rehoboth, Mass. 
(1876) ; married 2d, Rehoboth, Mass., November 16, 1876, by Samuel 
Farley, to Thomas Parker, son of Adam and Lydia Parker; 
"farmer;" born North Providence, R.I., 1841. 

Issue : 

1697. i. Daughter , born Berkley, Mass., December 2, 1869. 


1273. Capt. WiLi-iAJi Daggett' {WilUam,'^ Seth,'' Samuel," 
Thomas," TJiomas,- John'), boru Tisbury, Mass., August, 1773; 
"mariner;" died Tisbiu-y, Mass., June 17, 1858; married Tisbury, 
Mass., February 11, 1796, Jane Daggett, daughter of Isaac and 
Rebecca (Tobey) Daggett (No. 1272) ; born Tisbury, Mass., June 
n, 1778. 

Issue : 
ICO.S. i. William Daggett,*' born Tisbury, Mass., February 20, 1797. 
l(;n;). il. Jane Daggett,^ born Tisbury, Mass., February 12, 1799. 

1700. iii. Isaac Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., March 7, 1801; " farmer; " 

married Abigail Robinson; no issue; died Tisbury, Mass., March 
10, 1876. 

1701. iv. DoLLT Bacon Daggett,* born Tisbury, Mass., January 12, 1803. 

1702. T. Heney Bacon Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., January 22, 1807 ; 

died Tisbury, Mass., March 30, 1807. 
170M. vi. Abigail Daggett,^ born Tisbury, Mass., March 30, 1808. 
170+. vii. Henry Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., February 8, ISll. 
1705. viii. Ariadne Daggett.* 
1701). ix. Edward Daggett." 

1707. X. Emily Brcsh Daggett." 

1374, Capt. Seth Daggett ' ( William," Seth,° Samuel,'' Thomas,'^ 
Thomas,- John'), horn Tisbury, Mass., March 7, 1780; "pilot;" 
died Tisbury, Mass., October 7, 1867; married Tisbury, Mass., 
February 28, 1799, Mary Dunham, daughter of David and Content 
(Luce) Dunham ; died before 1867. 

Issue : 

1708. i. Leander Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., Januarys, 1800; "cap- 

tain ; " married 1821 (intention September 9), Almira Luce, of New 
Sharon, Me. 

1709. ii. Edwin Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., July 3, 1802; died 1821. 

1710. iii. Aogdstds Frederick Daggett," born 1804. 

1711. iv. Augustus Chandler Ludlow Daggett," born 1806. 

1712. V. Mary Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., May 8, 1808; married De- 

cember 10, 1827, Edward Hatch. 

1713. vi. Alonzo Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., November 19, 1810. 

1714. vii. Alphonso Seth Daggett." 

1715. viii. Alphonso Seth Daggett." 

1716. ix. Oscar Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., October, 1815. 

1717. X. Caroline West Daggett," born December 15, 1818. 

1718. xi. Georgiana Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., December 7, 1827. 

1275. Peter Daggett' {WilUa^n," Seth,^ Samuel,* Thomas,'' 
Thomas,^ John'), horn Tisbury, Mass., 1780; "pilot;" died Tis- 
bury, Mass., May 4, 1854; married Tisbury, Mass., February 18, 
1803, Martha Luce, daughter of Timothy Luce. 

Issue : 

1719. i. Mary Daggett," married Thomas Dunham. 

1720. ii. Elenora Daggett," married James S. West. 

1721. iii. Patty Daggett." 

1722. iv. Albima Daggett," married Joseph C. Fish. 

1723. V. Martha Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., 1825; married William 

Sprague; she died Tisbury, Mass., September 21, 1870. 

1724. vi. Philander Daggett," married Sophia Jane Cook. 

1725. vU. Habmonla Daggett," married Robert Lewin. 


1279. Sylvands DAfiGETT' {William,^ Setk,^ Scimuel,' Thomas,'' 
Thomas,- John '), married Mary Luce, daughter of Abijah Luce. 

Issue : 

1726. i. John Luce Daggett,^ born Holmes Hole, Mass., April 27, 1809; died 

Boston, Mass., May 8, 1871. 

1280. Betsey Daggett' (Peter," Selh,^ Samuel,^ Thomas,^ 
Thomas," John'), born 1758; died Harwich, Mass., May 19, 1833; 
married Harwich, Mass., April 8, 1775, William Eldridge, Esq., of 

Issue : 

1727. i. Petek Daggett Eldkidge." 

1728. ii. Daughter Eldridge,* born 1788. 

1282. Isaac Daggett' (Peter," Seth,' Samuel,' Thomas,^ 
Tliomas,- John'), married Jane West. 

Issue : five sons, three daughters. 

Isaac Daggett is said to have been quite original, and his branch 
have quoted for the writer some of his impromptu verse, of whicli is 
the following : 

Amidst the wood bold Isaac stood. 

And gave his axe a wheel ; 
The boughs did bend, and the trees did rend, 

And off the bark would peel; 
The messmates gone, and the wheel went round, 

And you are left to keep the ground, 
And those lofty hills which we do spy. 
Are made to please the Almighty's eye : 
On us for sin to cast a stain. 
Go up the hill against the grain. 
Get up old Hoss. 

Jane West my true and loving wife. 
The joy and comfort of my life; 
I have by you and you by me. 
Five pretty sons and daughters three ; 
Likewise in wealth we have our share, 
As well in health as others are ; 
Beef, Pork, and Mutton is our meat, 
Sometimes roast turkeys we can eat. 
Pumpkin for sauce, and if that won't do. 
Use Turnips and Potatoes too. 

1281. Capt. Samuel Daggett' {Samuel," Seth,' Samuel," 
Thomas,^ Thomas," John'), horn Tisbury, Mass., July 11, 1764; 
died .Tisbm-y, Mass., September 23, 1860; married Tisbury, Mass., 
October 3, 1790, Rebecca Daggett, daughter of Isaac and Rebecca 
(Tobey) Daggett (No. 1269) ; born Tisbury, Mass., June 16, 1773; 
died Hobnes Hole, Mass., September 23, 1832. 

Issue : 

1729. i. Sarah Daggett,* born Vineyard Haven, Mass., December 29, 1791. 

1730. ii. Isaac Daggett,* born New Vineyard, Me., August 5, 1794. 


1731. iii. Rebecca Daogktt,' born New Vineyard, Me., November 25, 1796; 

married William Daggett (see No. 1698). 

1732. iv. Samuel Daccett,^ born New Vineyard, Me., December 24, 1798. 

1733. V. Abigail Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me., May 25, 1800; died 

New Vineyard, Me., November, 1800. 

1734. vi. Abigail Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me., November 16, 1802; 

died Vineyard Haven, Mass., October 27, 1827. 

1735. vii. Maky Mekry Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me., May 7, 1805; 

died Vineyard Haven, Mass., January 28, 1821. 

1736. viii. John Tobey Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me., September 29, 


1737. ix. Bradford Brush Daggett,' born Vineyard Haven, Mass., April 15, 

1812; "whaleman;" sailed from New York, Octobers, 1846; not 
since heard from. 
1738.x. Amanda Malvina Daggett,' born Vineyard Haven, Mass., August 
4, 1815. 

Captain Samuel Daggett went to New Vineyard, now a part of In- 
dustry, Me., in 1794, and settled there with his father. Fourteen 
years afterward he returned to Martha's Vineyard, and resumed his 
former occupation, a pilot, at Holmes Hole. He was a Revolutionary 
pensioner. Was chairman of the Board of Selectmen in New Vine- 
yard in 1803. 

Capt. Samuel Daggett, in his ninety-sixth year, composed the fol- 
lowing : 

Univebsalist Creed. 
Upright in heart, in all our dealings just, 
In God's free grace we put our only trust ; 
And in his boundless, universal love. 
We place our hope of Heaven and bliss above ; 
And when life's scene is drawing to a close. 
Calmly we sink into our last repose ; 
And as in Adam death o'er all doth reign. 
Even so in Christ shall all be raised again. 

1285. West Daggett' {NatJian," Seth,^ Samuel,* Thomas," 
Thomas,- John'), died in a Western State; married Farmington, 
Me., Betsey Talcott, widow of William Talcott, and daughter of 
Ezra and Elizabeth (Benson) Thomas, of Farmington, Me. ; born 
New Bedford, Mass., September 28, 1789; died Anson, Me., De- 
cember 24, 1878. 

Issue : 

1739. i. Nathan Daggett,' died in the Civil War. 

1740. ii. West Daggett,' died in the Civil War. 

1295. Silas Daggett' (Silas,'' Seth,^ Samuel,* Thomas," 
Thomas,^ John'), born Tisbury, Mass., February 9, 1782; died at 
sea ; married Tisbury, Mass., August 2, 1802, Margaret Cleveland, 
daughter of Zebdial and Abigail (Luce) Cleveland ; born Tisbiu'y, 
Mass., September 13, 1781 ; died Tisbury, Mass., December 28, 

Issue : 

1741. i. Lendal Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., October 14, 1804. 

1742. ii. Abigail Cleveland Daggett,' born Industry, Me., May 16, 1807. 


1743. iii. West Dagcett,' born Maine, 1808; married (piiblishpcl June 7, 

1837), Ann Ricker, of New Vineyard, Me.; resided Solon, Me., 
then went to Iowa ; seven sons. 

1744. iv. HiK.vM D.4(;gett.* 

1745. V. Joseph DA(;(,ETr,- born Farmingtoii, Me., May 15, 1814. 

1746. vi. Isaac Cii v.i: D \....i i r,>* born New Vineyard, Me., February G, 1S16. 

1747. vii. Deboi; Mi I > \>.'.i i i ." Iiorn Tisburv, Mass., July, 1818. 

1748. viii. Mauv l)^>,^ im.- In.rn Maine. 

1749. ix. Silas 1) \..i.i; i i ," born Vineyard Haven, Mass. ; removed to Maine ; 


Silas Daggett removed from Tisbiny to Industry, Ble., and after- 
wards went back to Tislniry with Ills family, excepting Lis oldest 
son, who remahied in Industry; was "fanner" and " mariner." 

1297. Sakah Daggett' {Silafi,'' Seth," Samuel,* Thoinux,^ 
Thomas," John'), born Tisbury, Mass., December 6, 1787; died 
November 17, 1860; married (published May 31, 1809) Joseph 
Johnsou, son of Thomas and Thankful (Smith) Johnson ; born 
Edgartown, Mass., March 31, 1786; died Eeedsburg, Wis., March 
18, 1867. 

Issue : 

1750. i. Marv West Johnson," born Farmingtoii, Me., December 11, 1809. 

1751. ii. Joseph Sjiith Johnson,' born Farmington, Me., June 15, 1811; re- 

sides Minneapolis, Minn. (1885). 

1752. iii. Charles Edwin Johnson,'* born Farmington, Me., July 25, 1814. 

1753. iv. Abigail Daggett Johnson,'* born Farmington, Me., February 10, 


1754. V. Silas Daggett Johnson,'* born Farmington, Me., July, 1821 ; resides 

Reedsburg Wis., (1885). 

1755. vi. Charlotte Johnson,' born Farmington, Me., December 21, 1823. 

1756. vli. AuGUSTHS Johnson,' born Farmington, Me., May 22, 1828; resides 

Pittsburgh, Pa. (1885). 

Mr. Johnson first settled in Industry, Me., but soon moved to 
Farmington, Me., where he became one of the leading business men: 
drover, merchant, lumberman, and innholder in the old Baclvus House 
in Farmington Centre village; postmaster, sheriff, representative 
State Legislatiu-e, member Governor's Council, etc. 

1303. Adgusta Nye Daggett' (Mc/toeZ," Sylvanus,^ Samuel,* 
Thomas,' Thomas,- John '), born Tisbury, Mass., March 27, 1806; 
died December 15, 1890; married March 14^ 1828, Joseph Claghorn. 

Issue : 

1757. i. Sarah Jane Claghorn,^ born Marph 13, 1829 ; married Mr. Lewis ; 


1758. ii. Petek Daggett Claghorn,' born January 2, 1832. 

1759. iii. Meeot Ann Claghorn,' born July 16, 1833 ; died November 4, 1847. 

1760. iv. Hannah Wilson Claghorn,' born February 10, 1837 ; died June, 


1761. V. Ethelinda Thaxter Claghorn,' born December 20, 1839. 

1762. vi. James Paxton Claghorn,' born September 2, 1844; died April 6, 


1763. vii. James Paxton Claghorn,' born April 6, 1847. 


1304. Timothy Daggett' (Micliael,'^ Sylvamis,^ Samuel,* 
Thomas,^ TJwvias," John''), boru Tisbury, Mass., September 5, 
1807; "pilot;" died Tisbury, Mass., August 19, 1874; married 
Billingsgate Island, October 20, 1833, Tabitlia Mayo Gill, daughter 
of Abijah and Tabitha (Mayo) GO! ; born Eastbam, December 19, 

Issue : 

17G4. i. SiLVANns Daggett,^ born Tisbury, Mass., February 7, 1836; died 
August 14, 1855. 

1765. ii. Elizabeth Botler Daggett,^ born Tisbury, Mass., May 10, 1837; 

resides Vineyard Haven, Mass. (1892). 

1766. iii. Augusta Nye Daggett,* born Tisbury, Mass., May 11, 1843; died 

Tisbury, Mass., September 24, 1847. 

1767. iv. Henkt Walker Daggett,^ born Tisbury, Mass., April 14, 1853. 

1305. Charles Nye Daggett' {Michael,'^ Sylvanus,'' Samuel," 
Thomas,^ r/toma.f,- Jb/oi '), born Tisbury, Mass., 1810; "mariner;" 
died Tisbury, Mass., November 20, 1857; married Betsey . 

Issue : 

1768. i. Charles Nye Daggett,^ born Edgartown, Mass., Decemlier 24, 1843. 

1769. ii. Daughter Daggett,* born TisJjury, Mass., November 8, 1847. 

1307. Hepsie Daggett ' {Freeman,^ Sylvanus,' Samuel," 
Thomas,^ Thomas," John'), resides San Francisco, Cal. (1892); 
married 1st, William Andrews; married 2d, Pro\adeuce, R.I., Feb- 
ruary 27, 1850, by Rev. J. P. Cleveland, to Franklin D. Cottle, sou 
of James aud Jane (Daggett) Cottle. 

1308. Feanklin Daggett' {Freeman,'^ Sijlva7ius,'^ Samuel," 
jTJiomas," Thomas,- John'), born Tisbury, Mass., October 26, 
1804; "mariner;" died Tisbury, Mass., October 15, 1854; married 
Tisbury, Mass., October 7, 1830, Serena Mauter, daughter of 
Thomas and Hannah (Luce) Manter; born Tisbury, Mass., August 
15, 1808; resides Vineyard Haven, Mass. (1892). 

Issue : 

1770. i. Charles Dias DAtiGETT,* born Tisbury, Mass., 1840; died at sea, 

February 14, 1861. 

1771. ii. John Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., July 1, 1843; died Tisbury, 

Mass., October 13, 1843. 

1772. iii. Son Daggett,* born Tisbury, Mass., September 2, 1844 ; died an 


1773. iv. Daughter Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., September 2, 1844; 

died Tisbury, Mass., September 9, 184.5. 

1774. V. Son Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., July 5, 1846; died Tis- 

bury, Mass., July, 1846. 

1775. vi. Freeman Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., January 14, 1848; died 

Tisbury, Mass., May 2, 1848. 

1776. vii. Son Daggett,* boru Tisbury, Mass., November 13, 1849; died 

Tisbury, Mass., December 13, 1849. 

1777. viii. Serena Daggett,* born Tisbury, Mass., November 13, 1849. 


1778. ix. LovETA Lambert Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., October 18, 1852 ; 

resides Vineyard Haven, Mass. (1892). 
1779.x. Franklin Daggett," married; issue: Leander Bradley Daggett," 

born San Francisco, Cal., July 27, 1874. 

1309. Freeman Daggett' {Freeman,'^ Sylvanus,^ Samuel,* 
Tliomas,^ Thomas,' John'), died at sea, 1843; married February 
26, 1828, Mary Ferguson, daughter of "William and Mary (Luce) 
Fergusou; born Cliilmark, Mass., April 3, 1804; died Tisbury, 
Mass., February 12, 1876. 

Issue : 

1780. i. Grafton Luce Daggett, ' born Tisbury, Mass., November 24, 1829. 

1781. ii. Martha Ferguson Daggett,^ born Tisbury, Mass., December 22, 


1782. iii. Caroline Frances Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., October 24, 1840; 

died Tisbury, Mass., November G, 1862. 

Freeman Daggett was flrst officer of the ship " Addison " at the 
time of his death. 

1310. Benjamin Daggett' {Tliomas,^ Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* 
Thomas,^ Thomas,' John '), born Fox Island, Me., October 4, 1796; 
died St. Albans, Me., December 27, 1888; married Lincolnville, Me., 
December 25, 1820, Mehetable Neal; died Palmyra, Me., September 
17, 1851. 

Issue : 

1783. i. Kesiaii Daggett,' born Palmyra, Me., Febru.ary 20, 1822; died Pal- 

myra, Me., Marcb 15, 1881. 

1784. ii. Betsey .Jane Daggett,* born Palmyra, Me., February 26, 1827. 

1785. iii. Henrietta Daggett,' born Palmyra, Me., January 19, 1829. 

1786. iv. Mary Lauretta Daggett,' born Palmyra, Me., October 30, 1830; 

married Palmyra, Me., July 4, 1876, William Benjamin Cookson ; 
divorced ; no issue ; address M. L. Daggett, Bangor House, Bangor, 
Me. (1892). 

1787. V. Adam Clark Daggett,' born Palmyra, Me., May 8, 1834; died Pal- 

myra, Me., November 7, 1858. 

1788. vi. Caroline Daggett,' born Palmyra, Me., December 30, 1839. 

1311. Elihd Daggett' {Thomas," Benjamin,'^ Benjamin,* 
Thomas,'' Thomas,' Jb/m'), born Northport, Me., July 6, 1798; 
died Searsmout, Me., November 17, 1872; married 1st, Warren, 
Me., April 4, 1722, Catherine Mathews, daughter of Deacon James 
and Mary (Elwell) Mathews; died Hope, Me., June, 1834; mar- 
ried 2d, Esther Sweatland ; died Searsmout, Me. 

Issue : 

1789. i. Catherine Daggett,' married Artist Pease ; resides Appleton, Me. 

1790. ii. Jame.s Daggett,' married; moved to Aroostook, Me., wbere he died. 

1791. iii. Silas Daggett,' married 1st, a sister of James's wife; married 2d, 

; resides Lincolnrille or Searsmont, Me. (1892). 

1312. Darius Daggett' {Thomas,'^ Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* 
Thomas,^ Thomas,' John^), born Lincolnville, Me., February 17, 


1801; died Madisou, Wis., Septembers, 1892; married Searsmont, 
Me., October 1, 1826, Mary Hemeuway, daughter of Joshua and 
Polly (Blake) Hemenway; born Union, Me., August 15, 1806; died 
Madisou, Wis., December 30, 1883. 
Issue : 

1792. i. AuiGAiL Daggett,® born Searsmont, Me., January 30, 1829. 

1793. ii. Hakriet Looisa Daggett,^ born Vassalboro', Me., Febrnary 8, 


1794. iii. George Anson Daggett,® born St. Stephens, N.B., July 3, 1839; 

died Bangor, Me., January 15, 1847. 

Darius Daggett was at one time couuty treasurer for Aroostook 
county, Me. 

1313. Jonas Daggett' {Tliomaa,'^ Benjamin,^ Benjamhi,'' 
Thomas," Thomas,- John'), born Lincolnville, Me., May 16, 1803; 
died Illinois, January 14, 18,')0; married . 

Issue : 

179.->. i. Moses Daggett,® married ; died al)out 1883. 

171H1. ii. Aritv Daggett,® married Mr. TlKiyer (?). 

Mrs. Jonas Daggett married 'id, Mr. St. Clair; resides Alton, 111. 

1314. Sally Daggett' {Thomas," Benjamin,-' Benjamin,' 
Thomas," Thoma»,^ John'), bom Moutville, Me., June 26, 180.5; 
died Clarion, Iowa, November 8, 1891; married November 9, 1826, 
Joseph Pitcher; married 2d, Palmyra, Me., December 17, 1831, Pas- 
chal Pecla Nichols; born Febrnary 2, 1801; died April 12, 1849; 
married 3d, Moses Jenkins ; married 4th, David Jewett. 

Issue : 

1797. i. Josephine Pitcher,® born August 24, 1829. 

1798. ii. Frances A. Nichols,® born August 4, 1835. 

1799. iii. Edwin R. Nichols,® born January 5, 1837. 

1800. iv. Thomas Owen Nichols,® born Detroit, Mich., June 14, 1845; resides 

Clarion, Iowa (1892). 

1315. Zenas Daggett' {Thomas,'^ Benjamin,^ Benjamin,' 
Thomas," Thomas," John '), boru October 13, 1807 ; died Placerville, 
Cal., 1878; married. 

Issue: three children. 

1801. i. Frank Daggett,® resided in Stockton, Me., a few years ago (1892). 

1317. Moses L. Daggett' (Thomas," Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* 
Thomas," Thomas," John'), born Hope, Me., January 13, 1819 ; died 
Madisou, Wis., March 24, 1881 ; married Palmyra, Me., April 29, 
1841, Tamson Hutchinson; born August 11, 1821. 

Issue : 
KS02. i. Zeuulan Manter Daggett,® born Palmyra, Me., November 14, 
1842; "a soldier;" died Reaves Station, Mo., April 25, 1862. 


1803. ii. AsBURT Moses Daggett,'' born Palmyra, Me., Decemlicr 1, 18-16. 

1804. lii. Floeence Augusta Daggett,* born Madison, Wis., May li), 1859; 

died Madison, Wis., October 25, 1875. 

1320. Samuel Baker Daggett' {Richmond,^ Benjamin,^ Ben- 
jamin,* Thomas,^ Thomas,- JoJm'), born Palmyra, Me., September 
6, 1807; died Shasta, Cal., August 10, 1852; married Holdeu, Me., 
February 5, 1835, Almira Jones, daughter of Luther and Lucy (Nye) 
Jones; born Holden, Me., October 26, 1813; died Bangor, Me., 
AprU 12, 1880. 

Issue : 

1805. i. Aleekt Wesley Daggett,** born Bangor, Me., Mav 10, 1836; died 

Bangor, Me., July 30, 1837. 

1806. ii. Almira Jane Daggett," born Bangor, Me., June G, 1839. 

1807. iii. Samuel Wesley Daggett,' born Bangor, Me., December 1, 1810. 

1808. iv. Susan Daggett," born Bangor, Me., July 30, 1842. 

1809. V. Ellen Daggett," born Bangor, Me., May 30, 1844; resides Bangor, 

Me. (1892). 

1810. vi. Lucy Maria Daggett," born Bangor, Me., March 12, 1846. 

1811. vii. Albert Henry Daggett," born Bangor, Me., September 17,1849; 

died Bangor, Me., September 17, 1850. 

Samuel B. Daggett went to California in 1850, and opened a hotel 
in Shasta — the only temperance hotel at that time in the town. 

1331. Henry Mardin Daggett' {Richmond,^ Benjamin,^ Benja- 
min,* Thomas,^ Thomas," Jb/m'), born Palmyra, Me., January 23, 
1809; died ^Bangor, Me., May 15, 1850; married Skowhegan, Me., 
March 13, 1833, Catharine Robinson Malbon, daughter of Nathaniel 
and Mary (Robinson) Malbon ; born Cornville, Me. ; died Bangor, 
Me., January 23, 1871. 

Issue : 

1812. i. Henry Richmond Daggett,' born Bangor, Me., October 17, 1835; 

m.arried; resides Petoskey, Mich. (1892). 

1813. ii. Harriet Ann Daggett," born Bangor, Me., May 5, 1836; died 

Bangor, Me., October 14, 1852. 

1814. iii. James Milton Daggett," born Bangor, Me., February 7, 1840. 

1815. iv. Augustus Morrill Daggett," born Bangor, Me., June 1, 1842; re- 

sides Petoskey, Mich. (1892). 

1816. V. Charles Hayward Daggett," born Bangor, Me., May 1, 1847; died 

Washington, D.C., June 30, 1863. 

1322. Martha Daggett' {Richmond,^ Benjamin,^ Benjamin,* 
Thomas,' Thomas,- John^), born Palmyra, Me., January 10, 1811; 
died Saco, Me., October 31, 1891; married Bangor. Me., November 
11, 1832, Calvin Osgood. 

Issue : 

1817. i. Calvin Richmond Osgood," born Bangor, Me. 

1818. ii. Martha Francis Osgood," born Bangor, Me. 

1819. iii. Wesley Almond Osgood," born Bangor, Me. (?). 

1820. iv. Henry Augustus Osgood," born Garland, Me. 

1821. V. Samuel Daggett Osgood," born Garland, Me. 


1822. Ti. Benjamin Franklin Osgood,® born Garland, Me. ; resides 39 Acorn 

street, Maiden, Mass. (1892). 

1823. vii. Charles Frederic Osgood, * born Garland, Me. ; resides Everett, 

Mass. (1892). 

1824. vili. Anna Augusta Osgood,® born Garland, Me. ; resides Saco, Me. 


1825. ix. George Washington Osgood,® born Garland, Me. 

Mr. and Mrs. Osgood removed from Bangor to Garland, Me., iii 

1327. ICHABOD Daggett' {Ichabod," Elihu,' Mayhem^* John,' 
TJiomas.^ John '), born Attleboro', Mass., November 20, 1771 ; died 
Thetford, Vt. ; married Attleboro', Mass., February 4, 1796, Hannah 
Whiting, daughter of David and Hannah (Walcott) "Whiting ; boru 
Attleboro', Mass., May 14, 1772. 

Issue : 

1826. i. Manning Daggett,® resides Whiting, Vt. (1883). 

1330. Henry Daggett' {Ichabod," Elihu,' Mayheiv,* John,'' 
Thomas,^ John'), born Attleboro', Mass., September 29, 1778; 
died Parishville, N.Y., July 7, 1862; married July 2, 1800, Pamelia 
Tamebling; boru January 19, 1781 ; died Stoelvholm, N.Y., August 
6, 1850. 

Issue : 

1827. i. Polly Daggett,® born Cornwall, Vt., April 15, 1802. 

1828. ii. Stephen Abbot Daggett,® born Cornwall, Vt., June 19, 1804. 

1829. iii. Emila Daggett,® boru Cornwall, Vt., March 2, 1806; died Parish- 

Tille, N.Y., October 31, 1882. 

1830. iv. David Daggett,® born Cornwall, Vt., August 9. 1809. 

1831. V. Levi Parsons Daggett,® born Cornwall, Vt., July 5, 1811. 

1832. vi. Orpha Manell.a Daggett,® born Cornwall, Vt., May 23, 1816. 

1833. vii. Lucy Elmira Daggett,® born Stockholm, N.Y., August 26, 1818. 

Henry Daggett went to Cornwall, Vt., and in 1817 removed to 
Stockholm, N.Y. 

1331. Benjamin Daggett' {Daniel,'^ Elihu,'' Maylieiv," John,' 
Thomas,'' John'), born Attleboro', Mass., November 16, 1763; 
died Attleboro', Mass., September 11, 1807; married Wrentham, 
Mass., October 2, 1792, by Rev. David Avery, to Polly Guild ; born 
1764; died Attleboro', Mass., March 10, 1820. 

Issue : 

1834. i. John Dickinson Daggett,® born Attleboro', Mass., October 4, 1793; 

removed to Missouri. 

1835. ii. Maria Daggett,® born Attleboro', Mass., August 16, 1795; died 

Attleboro', Mass., August 25, 1800. 
183G. iii. Daniel Guild Daggett,® born Attleboro', Mass., August 1, 1798. 

1837. iv. James Hervt Daggett,® born Attleboro', Mass., November 27, 1800. 

1838. V. Eliza Maria Daggett,® boru Attleboro', Mass., February 3, 1804. 

Benjamin Daggett, trader, of Attleboro'; his wife appointed 
administrator of his estate, October 6, 1807. [Bristol Probate.] 


1333. Mart Daggett ' {Daniel,^ Elihu,^ Mayheiv,* John,^ 
TJiomas," John '), bom Attleboro', Mass., May 21, 1766 ; died Attle- 
boro', Mass., June 28, 1829; married 1st, Oliver Blackintou, son of 
Oliver and Mary Blackinton; born 1760; died Attleboro', Mass., 
April 3, 1810; married 2d, Josiah Draper. 

Issue : 

1839. i. Catherine Blackinton,* born Attleboro', Mass., January 22, 1785. 

1840. ii. Levi Blakinton,' born Attleboro', Mass., August 2, 1788. 

1841. iii. Nancy Blackinton,' born Attleboro', Mass., December 23, 1790. 

1842. iv. Mary Blakinton," born Attleboro', Mass., June 26, 1793. 

1843. V. Olive D. Blackinton,' born Attleboro', Mass., September 7, 1795. 

1844. Ti. Azuea Blackinton," born Attleboro', Mass., December 15, 1797. 

1845. vii. Oliver Blackinton," born Attleboro", Mass., August 6, 1800. 

1846. viii. Aakon Blackinton," born Attleboro', Mass., April 8, 1803. 

1847. ii. Chloe Blackinton," born Attleboro', Mass., July 13, 1805. 

1333. Margaeet Daggett' (Daniel,^ Elihu,^ 3Iayhew,* John,^ 
Thomas,' John^), born Attleboro', Mass., July 27, 1768; died 
Pawlet, Vt., August 8, 1830; married Attleboro', Mass., May 5, 
1788, John Guild, son of Naphtali and Joanna Guild (see No. 1152) ; 
born Attleboro', Mass., July 28, 1763 ; died Pawlet, Vt., September 
20, 1850. 

Issue : 

1848. i. Chauncy Guild," born Attleboro', M.iss., July 3, 1789; married 

Celinda Bourn. 

1849. ii. Plyne Guild," born Attleboro', Mass., June 19, 1792; died July 19, 


1850. iii. Milton Guild," born Attleboro', Mass., January 1, 1795; married at 

an advanced age ; no issue. 

1851. iv. Eunice Guild," born Attleboro', Mass., October 24, 1799; married 

April 19, 1818, Milton Brown. 

1852. V. Lucy Guild," born Pawlet, Vt., March 7, 1804; married May, 1829, 

Charles Wilgus, of West Troy ; three children. 

1853. vi. Abigail Guild," born Pawlet, Vt., December 12, 1806; married De- 

cember 8, 1833, Dr. David E. Barrus; she died December 16, 1884. 

John Guild moved to Pawlet, Vt., in 1802 ; erected the first cotton 
factory in that State, and had the management of it for several years. 
He was a Revolutionary soldier. He married 2d, November 16, 1831, 
Martha Coolr. 

1334. Abigail Daggett ' {Daniel,^ Elihu,' Mayheiv," John' 
Tlwmas,- John '), born Attleboro', Mass., August 28, 1770; married 
Attleboro', Mass., January 22, 1793, James Hodges, Jr., of Norton, 
son of James and Mary (Briggs) Hodges; born Norton, Mass., 
August 23, 1767; perished at sea; date unljnowu. 

Issue : 

1854. i. Harland Hodges," married February 1, 1818, at Norton, to Polly 

Bates, of Norton. 

1336. Daniel Daggett ' {Daniel,'' Elihu,^ 3Iayhew,' John,' 
Thomas,- John*), born Attleboro', Mass., February 11, 1775; died 


Attleboro', Mass., August 19, 1838; married 1st, Attleboro', Mass., 
November 20, 1794, Hannah Everet; born 1774; died Attleboro', 
Mass., October 11, 1800; married 2d, Attleboro', Mass., Marcli 20, 
1803, Margaret Briggs, daughter of Rufus and Margaret Briggs ; 
born 1775; died Attleboro', Mass., March 5, 1828. 
Issue : 

1855. i. Abigail Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., March 8, 1795. 

1856. ii. Rhoda Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., November 25, 1797. 

1857. iii. Daniel Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., October 31, 1804. 

1858. iv. Makgaret Daggktt,' born Attleboro', Mass., March 16, 1806; died 

Attleboro' Falls, Mass., December 14, 1886. 

1859. V. Hannah Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., March 1, 1810. 

1860. Ti. Samuel Slater Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., April 19, 1812. 

1861. vii. Minerva Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., April 3, 1814; died 

Attleboro', Mass., September 1, 1850. 

1862. viii. Mina Briggs Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., April 7, 1817. 

1337. Betsey Daggett' {Daniel,^ EliJiu,' Mayhew,'' JoJm,^ 
Thomas,- John^), born Attleboro', Mass., Septembers, 1777; died 
Attleboro' Falls, Mass., May 22, 1859 ; married Attleboro', Mass., 
November 24, 179-, Artemas Stanley, son of Deacon Jonathan and 
Martha (Pond) Stanley; born 1775; died November 7, 1856. 

Issue : 

1863. i. Fanny Stanley," born Attleboro', Mass., February 13, 1797; married 

Silas Tyler; issue: (1) Silas,' married Maria Tifft; (2) Artemas,^ 
resides Lowell, Mass. (1893). 

1864. ii. Sylvan Stanley," born Attleboro', Mass., April 7, 1798. 

1865. iii. Olivia Stanley," born Attleboro', Mass., June 8, 1800; died Attle- 

boro', Mass., November 10, 1861. 

1866. iv. Vernal Stanley," born Attleboro', Mass., May 30, 1802. 

1867. V. Chloe Read Stanley," born Attleboro', Mass., February 25, 1805. 

1868. vi. Otis Stanley," born Attleboro', Mass., March 9, 1807. 

1869. vii. Betsey Shepard Stanley," born Attleboro', Mass., November 24, 


1870. viii. Milton Stanley," born Attleboro', Mass., July 15, 1810. 

1871. ix. Jonathan Harvey Stanley," born Attleboro', Mass., July 6, 1812. 

1872. X. H.1KRIET E.MiLy Stanley," born Dracut, Mass., May 17, 1815. 

1338. Olive Daggett' (Daniel,^ MiJm,^ llayJiew," John,^ 
TJiomas,' John'), born Attleboro', Mass., 1785; died Pawtucket, 
R.I. ; married 1st, Mr. Thatcher; married 2d, Attleboro', Mass., 
July 14, 1816, Charles O. Cheney; died Attleboro', Mass. 

Issue : 

1873. i. Adaline Thatcher," born Attleboro', Mass., September 12, 1805; dieil 

North Attleboro', Mass. 

1874. ii. Harriette Cheney," married James Davis ; issue, two daughters ; died 

Pawtucket, R.I. 

1344. Amelia Martha Daggett' {Henry, ^ Elihu,^ Mayheio,* 
John,^ Tliomas," John'), born New Haven, Conn., August 25, 1779; 
died New Haven, Conn., September 24, 1807; married New Haven, 
Conn., June 13, 1802, Captain John Bulkley, son of John and Sarah 


(Wright) Bulkley; bom Wethersfield, C'ouii., 1777; died New York 
city, October, 1852. 
Issue : 

1875. i. Henkt Daggett Bulkley,'* born New Haven, Conn., April 20, 1803. 

1876. ii. Amelia Martha Bulkley,^ born New Haven, Conn., March 13, 1806. 

Capt. John Bulkley was a merchant iu New York aud descended 
from Rev. Peter Bulkley, one of the earliest immigrants, and one of 
the founders of Concord, Mass. After the death of Amelia Martha 
Bulkley, he married 2d, 1808, Mrs. Priscilla Sturges, daughter of 
Mr. Burr, of Fairfield, Conn. 

1347. Elisabeth Daggett' {Henry,^ EliJni,^ May/ieu;" John,^ 
Thomas,^ John'), born New Haven, Conn., July 5, 1786; died 
Hartford, Conn., August 2, 1869; married New Haven, Conn., May 
24, 1812, Edward Hooker, Esq., son of Col. Noadiah and Eebekah 
(Griswold) Hooker, of Farmington, Conn. ; born Farmiugton, Conn., 
AprU 27, 1785; died Farmington, Conn., Maj' 5, 1846. 

Issue : 

1877. i. Ellsabeth Daggett Hooker,' born Farmington, Conn., May 1, 1813. 

1878. ii. John Hooker,' born Farmington, Conn., April 19, 1816. 

1879. iii. Edward Hooker,' born Farmiugton, Conn., December 30, 1819; died 

Farmington, Conn., May 20, 1821. 

1880. iv. Edward Hooker,' born Farmington, Conn., December 25, 1822. 

1881. V. Mary Hooker,' born Farmington, Conn., May 3, 1825; died Farm- 

ington, Conn., October 1, 1826. 

1348. Mary Daggett' {Henry,'^ Elihu,^ Mayhew,* John,' 
Thomas,^ John '), born New Haven, Conn., December 5, 1702; died 
New Haven, Conn., August 14, 1875; married New Haven, Conn., 
June 5, 1821, Rev. Samuel Rogers Andrew, sou of Samuel and Char- 
lotte (Rogers) Andrew, of Milford, Conn. ; born Milford, Conn., 
May 6, 1787; died New Haven, Conn., May 26, 1858. 

Issue : 

1882. i. Samuel Worcester Andrew,' born Woodbury, Conn., June 8, 1822. 

1883. ii. Henry Daggett Andrew,' born Woodbury, Conn., April 21, 1824; 

died New York city, April 19, 1890. 

1884. iii. Mary Elizabeth Andrew,' born Woodbury, Conn., November 13, 

1825; married April 2, 1851, Rev. William Atchison; she died 
Fitchville, Conn., January 12, 1853. 

1885. iv. Charlotte Rogers Andrew,' born Woodbury, Conn., October 26, 

1828; married Rev. James Gallup;- resides Madison, Conn. 

1886. V. Edward Hooker Andrew,' born Woodbury, Conn., October 14, 

1841; married 1st, October 14, 1858, Amelia Hubbell, of New 
Haven ; she died November 17, 1859 ; married 2d, December 25, 
1867, Mrs. Louisa Crane, of New York; no issue; he diml New 
York city, January 5, 1876. 

Rev. Samuel R. Andrew descended from Rev. Samuel Andrew, 
Harvard College, 1656. He was settled at "Woodbury, Conn., where 


he contiuued imtil 184G, when he was dismissed at his own request 
oil account of failing health, and removed to New Haven. The last 
years of his life he was trustee of Yale College and secretary of the 

1349. George Daggett' [EUhu,^ Elihu,' Mayheiv,' John,^ 
Thomas,^ JoJm^), born Attleboro', Mass., December 29, 1774; died 
Atkinson, Me., November 18, 1845; married Dresden, Me., Novem- 
ber, 1797, by Rev. Mephibosheth Cain, to Mary Bodfish, daughter of 
Nimphus and Mercy (Goodwin) Bodfish; born Dresden, Me., Sep- 
tember 3, 1782; died Atkinson, Me., March 25, 1873. 

Issue : 

1887. i. Daughter Daggett,' born Fairiield, Me., August or September, 

1798 ; died soon after birth. 

1888. ii. Daughter • Daggett,* born Fairfield, Me, August or September, 

1798; died soon after birth. 

1889. iii. Charity GiLiEnciA Daggett,* born FairBeld, Me., September 16, 


1890. IT. Lydia Toycross Daggett,* born Fairfield, Me., January 8, 1805. 

1891. T. E-MiLY Appleton Daggett,* born Fairfield, Me., March 22, 1807. 

1892. Ti. George Ranbolph Daggett,* born Fairfield, Me., November IS, 


1893. vii. Mary Ann Daggett,* born Fairfield, Me., October 7, 1811. 

1894. viii. Earl Percy Daggett,* born Fairfield, Me., May 30, 1820. 

1895. ix. Albion K. Paris Daggett,* born Fairfield, Me., February 20, 1822. 

George Daggett was a school teacher and farmer. He belonged to 
a company of militia during the war of 1812, and was clerk of the 
company. They were called out and stationed to guard some prop- 
erty, for which ser^^ce his widow received a laud warrant for one 
hundred and sixty acres of land, about 1853. 

Mr. Daggett was a man of the highest moral character ; a man 
who read, and was gifted in conversation and writing. He was some- 
thing of a poet, but none of his compositions are known to be 

He moved from Fairfield to Atkinson, Me., about 1831. 

1350. Rosamond Daggett' (Elihu,'' Elihu,' JUayheiv," John,^ 
ThomaK,^ /o7iw'),boru Attleboro', Mass., January 6, 1777; died 
Attleboro', Mass., September 28, 1851 ; married Attleboro', Mass., 
January 3, 1818, Thomas Cobb Martin; born Attleboro', Mass., 
August 6, 1776; died Attleboro', Mass., January 28, 1857. 

No issue : 

1353. Capt. Elihu Daggett' {Elihu,^ Elihu," Mayhew,* John,^ 
Thomas,^ John'), born Attleboro', Mass., February 24, 1785; died 
Attleboro', Mass., January 25, 1871 ; married Pembroke, Mass., 
November 28, 1810, Luciuda White, daughter of Capt. William and 


Hannah [Stetson (Gushing)] White; born Pembroke, Mass., Sep- 
tember 22, 1788; died Attleboro', Mass., October 1, 1847. 
Issue : 

1896. i. Lyman White Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., July 28, 1812. 

1897. ii. Ann Janette Stanley Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., October 

13, 181-1; died Attleboro', Mass., August 20, 1838. 

1898. iii. Corissande La Roche Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., February 

7, 1819; died Attleboro', Mass., January 16, 1837. 

1899. iv. Statiea Archademia Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., September 

15, 1821; died Attleboro', Mass., September 28, 1821. 

1354. Jacob Daggett' (Elihu,^ Eliliu,^ Mai/heiv,' John,'' 
Thomas,'^ John^), born Mansfield, Mass., April 20, 1787; died 
Attleboro', Mass., March 2, 1869; married Mansfield, Mass., Novem- 
ber, 1808, Nancy Fisher, daughter of Samuel Fisher; born Mans- 
field, Mass., May 12, 1786; died Wrentham, Mass., May 12, 1854. 

Issue : 

1900. i. James Madison Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., May 10, 1809. 

1901. ii. Henry Lefkelet Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., August 10, 1812. 

1902. iii. Mathew Fisher Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., December 4, 


1903. iv. Thirza Ann Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., July 8, 1816; married 

"William Clark; resides Troy, N.Y. (1892). 

1904. V. Willard Elihu Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., February 8, 1818. 

Jacob Daggett was a jeweller, and resided in Wrentham, ]\Iass. 

1356. Sarah Daggett' {Jacob," Elihn,^ ^lauheic,'' Johii,^ 
Thomas,^ John'), born January 5, 1776; died MUford, Conn. (?), 
November 9, 1852 ; married Kev. Sherman Johnson, of Milford, 
Conn.; died 180G. 

Issue : 

1905.1. Roger Sherman Johnson," born 1805; died January, 1849; married 
Catherine Woodman; issue: (1) Sherman Johnson ; ' (2) Sarah C. 
married Stuart Barnes. 

Rev. Sherman Johnson graduated from Yale in 1802. He was the 
fourth pastor of the Second Congregational Church in Milford, Conn. 

1357. Chauncy Daggett' {Jacoh,'^ Elihu,' Mcvihew,^ John,'' 
Thomas,' John'), born June 7, 1779; married Mehitable Mulford, 
daughter of Barnabas and Mehitable (Gorham) Mulford; born New 
Haven, Conn., January 25, 1780; died New Haven, Conn., Septem- 
ber 8, 1854. 

Issue : 

1906. i. Baknabas M. Daggett," married, November 30, 1830, Charity, widow 
of Leonard Tift, of Attleboro', and daughter of Gardner and Jemima 
(Rice) Wright, of Sutton; she born June 3, 1804; died February 21, 
1841 ; he died NoTember 10, 1839. 


1372. Milton Daggett' {Elijah,^ Elihu,' 31ayhew,' JoJin,^ 
Thomas,' John^), bom Attleboro', Mass., October 15, 1792; died 
Charlestown, Mass., May 25, 1872; married (intention March 5, 
1816) Nancy Smith, daughter of Jacob Smith, of Worcester; born 
Worcester, Mass., March 20, 1794; died Boston, Mass., October 7, 


1907. i. Milton Oene Daggett,* died young. 

1908. ii. Caroline P. Daggett," born Lincoln, Mass., 1820. 

1909. iii. Lyman Daggett," born Lincoln, Mass., January 16, 1821. 

1373. Marietta Daggett' (Elijah," Elihu,' Mayhetp,'' John,^ 
Thomas,- John '), born Attleboro', Mass., April 4, 1795 ; died North 
Attleboro', Mass., December 31, 1846; married Attleboro', Mass., 
May 19, 1814, by Rev. Mr. Read, to Abraham Hayward, son of 
Abraham and Sarah [Brewer (Lowd)] Hayward; born Boston, 
Mass., May 10, 1790; died North Attleboro', Mass., August 11, 

Issue : 

1910. i. Ann Maria Hayward,' born North Attleboro', Mass., March 22, 

1815; married Mr. Chapin; living (1892). 

1911. ii. Marietta Hayward," born North Attleboro', Mass., March 31, 

1817; died North Attleboro', Mass., June 28, 1849, 

1912. iii. Gardner Daggett HArwARD," born North Attleboro', Mass., June 

30, 1820; living (1892). 

1913. iv. William Abraham H.^yward," born North Attleboro', Mass., April 

29, 1822; died December 23, 1870. 

1914. T. Charles Edward Hayward," born North Attleboro', Mass., August 

28, 1824 ; died May 4, 188G. 

1915. vi. Sarah E. Hayward," born North Attleboro', Mass., April 21, 1827; 

married Jonathan A. Briggs ; died March 14, 1852. 

1916. vii. Henry Lincoln Hayward," born North Attleboro', Mass., Novem- 

ber 18, 1832 ; resides there (.1892) ; has son, AValter E. Hayward," of 
Hayward & Sweet, jewelry. 

1375. Mauia Daggett' {Elijah," Elihu,'" Mayhew,' John,' 
T/iomas,- Jb/t)i'), born Attleboro', Mass., November 9, 1799; died 
Attleboro', Mass., January 17, 1890; married Attleboro', Mass., be- 
tween June and November 12, 1825, William Earl. 

Issue : 

1917. 1. Thomas Earl," resides Springfield, Mass. (1892). 

1918. ii. William D. Earl." 

1383. Clark Daggett' {Joseph," Elihu,' Mayheiv,' John,' 
Thomas,- John '), born October 14, 1787 ; died Trumansbarg, N.Y., 
June, 1875; married, Vermont, Anna Perrigo ; died 1875. 

Issue : 

1919. i. Truman G. Daggett," resides Trumansburg, Tompkins county, N.Y. 



1920. ii. Lucius T. Daguktt,' resides Dodge Citv, Minn. (1882). 

1921. iii. D. Daggett,^ born 1830; resides Oswego, N.Y. (1882); married and 

has C. L. Daggett.' 

1391. Otis Daggett' {Joab," John,^ Ebenezer,' Juhn,^ Tho^nas,^ 
John '), born Attleboro', Mass., October 4, '1785 ; died Surr}', N.H. ; 
married 1st, Cumberland, E.I., November 12, 1809, by Elder Stephen 
Place, to Content Smith, daughter of Aria Smith ; maiTied 2d, Surry, 
N.H., October 2, 1828, by Erastus Otis, Esq., to Lydia Sargeant, of 
Rindge, N.H., daughter of Samuel and Mary (Darling) Sargeant; 
born February 11, 1794. 

Issue : 

1922. 1. Susan .Content Daggett,"* born Cumberland, R.I., March 7, 1810; 

married Harvey M. Daggett (see No. 1414). 

1923. ii. George Washington Daggett,' born Surry, N.H., May 1, 1812; 

married Westport, Mo. ; died Westport, Mo. ; issue: one daughter. 

1924. iii. Mart Ann Daggett," born Surry, N.H., September 18, 1813. 

1925. ir. John Oilman Daggett,* born Surry, N.H., June 21, 1816. 

1926. T. Angelina Daggett,' born Surry, N.H., May 30, 1819; married 

fiomer M. Daggett (see No. 1419). 

1927. vi. Otis Smith Daggett,' born Surry, N.H., March 23, 1821; "chair 

manufacturer;" died Attleboro', Mass., October 9, 1852. 

1928. vii. Nancv Makia Daggett,' born Surry, N.H., April 4, 1823; died 

Concord, N.H., May, 1875. 

1929. viii. Amelia Sophia Daggett,' born Surry, N.H., July 11, 1829; died 

Surry, N.H., in childhood. 

1930. ix. Ltdia Eliza Daggett,' born Surry, N.H., July 22, 1832; died 

Attleboro', Mass. 

1931. X. Martha Jane Daggett,' born Surry, N.H., February 1, 1836. 

Mrs. Lydia (Sargeant) Daggett married 2d, Isaiah Wilder. 

1393. Levi Daggett ' (Joab,^ JoJm,^ Ehenezer,* John,^ Thomas," 
John '), born Attleboro', Mass., June 12, 1789 ; died Eindge, N.H., 
September 20, 1860; married Troy, N.H., April 15, 1818, Abigail 
Butler, daughter of Joseph and Parnae (Temple) Butler; born 
Bolton, Mass., June 3, 1798; died Richland Centre, Wis., March 
27, 1870. 

1932. i. Abigail Daggett,' born Troy, N.H., February 11, 1819. 

1933. ii. Leti Daggett,' born Troy, N.H., July 3, 1820. 

1934. iii. JoAB Daggett,' born Troy, N.H., August 7, 1822. 

1935. iy. Emeline Daggett," born Marlborough, N.H. , September 23, 1824; 

died Richland Centre, Wis., January 6, 1879. 

1936. v. Cordelia Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., May 15, 1830; died 

Richland Centre, Wis., October 31, 1876. 

1937. Ti. Caroline Daggett,' born Attleboro',, Mass., November 2, 1832; 

married Jaffrey, N.H., August 17, 1853, Henry John Blodgett; she 
died Gardner, Mass., May 18, 1868; he resided Chelsea, Mass. 

1938. vii. Harrison Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., July 4, 1840; died Attle- 

boro', Mass., August 10, 1843. 

1395.- Maecus Daggett' (Joab," John,^ Ebenezer,' John,'^ 
Thomas," John^), born Attleboro', Mass., July 21, 1793; resides 


Fisherville, N.H. (1881) ; married Attleboro', Mass., November 15, 
1817, Martha Nye, of Falmouth, Mass. ; died March 21, 1861. 

Issue : 
1939. i. Martha Ann Daggett," born Marlborough, N.H., November 29, 

1818; married David A. Brown. 
igiO. ii. Marcus Lafayette Daggett," born Marlborough, N.H., June 15, 


1941. iii. Fanny B. Daggett," born Marlborough, N.H., June 2, 1822; resides 

Fisherville, N.H. (1881). 

1942. iv. Eliza M. Daggett," born Marlborough, N.H., January 14, 1825; re- 

sides Attleboro', Mass. (1881). 

1943. v. Joseph M. Daggett," born November 14, 1828; resides California 


1944. vi. Ebenezer Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., June 14, 1832; died 


1945. vii. Ellen A. Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., May 1, 1835; resided 

Boston, Mass. (1881). 

Marcus Daggett went to Marlborough, N.H., in 1818, and located 
on the farm since owned by Noah Porter. After residing here eight 
years, he removed to Rindge, N.H., where he remained one year, and 
then returned to his native town. 

1396. Lucas Daggett ' {Joah,^ John,^ Ebenezer,^ John,^ 
Thomas,- John ^), born Attleboro', Mass., November 6, 1795; died 
Attleboro', Mass., February 18, 1864; married Attleboro', Mass., 
February 23, 1824, Nancy Capron, daughter of Otis and Rachel 
fSweet) Capron; born Attleboro', Mass., August 29, 1796. 

1400. Pliny Daggett ' {Joab,'^ John,'" Ebenezer,* John,' Thomas,- 
John^), born Attleboro', Mass., December 20, 1804; "farmer;" 
died Attleboro', Mass., March 8, 1865; married Troy, N.H., March 
22, 1825, Anne Lawrence, daughter of John and Irene (Newell) 
Lawrence, of Troy, N.H. ; born Troy, N.H., November 24, 1809 ; 
died Berlin, Wis., March 14, 1880. 

Issue : 

1946. i. Elizabeth Ann Daggett," born Troy, N.H., March 21, 1826. 

1947. ii. Alonzo Daggett," born Troy, N.H., April 20, 1828. 

1948. iii. Lorenzo Daggett," born Troy, N.H., February 14, 1830; sailed 

from New Bedford, Mass., October 3, 1849, on whale-ship "Her- 
cules ; " put ashore sicli at Valparaiso, Chili, from where he wrote, 
1850, that he was about to embarli on an Austrian bark; not since 
heard from. 

1949. iv. Mary Jane Daggett," born Troy, N.H., February 7, 1832. 

1950. V. Nancy Maria Daggett," born Troy, N.H., March 19, 1834; died 

Attleboro', Mass., September 10, 1836. 

1951. vi. Ferdinand Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., May 26, 1836. 

1952. vii. Pliny Augustus Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., January 29, 


1953. vUi. Homer Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., August 2, 1840; died 

Attleboro', Mass., September 6, 1841. 

1954. ix. Eugene Clarence Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., October 23, 

1842; died Attleboro', Mass., January 14, 1844. 


1955. X. Ella Josephine Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., April 29, 1845; 

died Attleboro', Mass., August 18, 1845. 

1956. xi. Eugene Herbert Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., September 12, 

1848; died Attleboro', Mass., October 7, 1848. 

1957. xii. Clara Louise Daggett," born Attleboro', JSIass., January 8, 1852. 

1403. Nancy Daggett' {Joah,^ John,' Ebenezer,' John," 
Thomas,- John'), bom Attleboro', Mass., July 26, 1810; married 
1st, Mr. Mason; married 2d, Mr. Caprou. 

Issue : 

1958. 1. Joseph Mason," born Attleboro', Mass.; died Fortress Monroe, Va. 

1403. Lois Daggett ' {Jesse," John,' Ebenezer,* John,^ Thomas,^ 
John'), born Attleboro', Mass., November 28, 1797; resided Attle- 
boro', Mass. (1853) ; married Attleboro', Mass., December G, 1821, 
Ezekiel Bates, of Boston, " house wright," son of Gamaliel and Mary 
(Cai-ver) Bates ; born November 5, 1795. 

Issue : 

1959. i. Jesse D. Bates," born July 31, 1823; married Mary E. Fowle, July 

9, 1845; had Lois D. Bates;' born September 1, 1850. 

1960. ii. John T. Bates,* born November 25, 1831. 

1961. iii. Mary A. Bates," born September 3, 1836. 

1411. Ltdia Maxcy Daggett ' {Ebenezer," John,^ Ebenezer,' 
John,'^ TJiomas,^ John'), born Attleboro', Mass., October 16, 1802; 
died Attleboro', Mass., February 2, 1882 ; married Attleboro', Mass., 
June 21, 1824, by Hon. Ebenezer Daggett, to Capron Peck, son of 
Jonatban and Sabra (Capron) Peck; born Attleboro', Mass., Feb- 
ruary 4, 1797; died Attleboro', Mass., September 7, 1874. 

Issue : 

1962. i. Saera Peck," born Attleboro', Mass., April 4, 1825; resides there 


1963. ii. Sally Maxcy Peck," born Attleboro', Mass., October 12, 1826; 

resides there (1892)- 

1964. iii. Joseph Capron Peck," born Attleboro', Mass., April 12, 1828; died 

Attleboro', Mass., February 3, 1829. 

1965. iv. Jonathan Maxcy Peck," born Attleboro', Mass., Noyember 25, 


1966. T. LiDiA Daggett Peck," born Attleboro', Mass., February 2, 1833; 

died Attleboro', Mass., February 23, 1834. 

1967. Ti. Son Peck," born Attleboro', Mass., February 17, 1834; died 

Attleboro', Mass., February 17, 1834. 

1968. Tii. Ebenezer Daggett Peck," born Attleboro', Mass., May 22, 1835; 

died Attleboro', Mass., December 26, 1841. 

1969. viii. John McClellan Peck," born Attleboro', Mass., May 28, 1837; died 

Attleboro', Mass., August 14, 1838'. 

1970. ix. John Daggett Peck," born Attleboro', Mass., July 12, 1838; died 

Attleboro', Mass., September 2, 1839. 

1971. X. George Capron Peck," born Attleboro', Mass., October 21, 1840; 

died Attleboro', Mass., February 21, 1841. 

1972. xi. Mary Isadora Peck," born Attleboro', Mass., April 15, 1842; died 

Attleboro', Mass., May 10, 1852. 

1973. xii. Ltdia Daggett Peck," born Attleboro', Mass., February 3, 1844; 

resides there (1892). 


1412. Hou. John Daggett' {Ebenezer," John,' Ehenezer,* John,^ 
Thomas,'' John'), bom Attleboro', Mass., February 10, 180.5; 
died Attleboro', Mass., December 13, 1885; married Sutton, Mass., 
June 18, 1840, by Rev. Job 

B. Boomer, to Nancy McClel- jf^-r^ '^ ^ ^ ^-/y ^ 

Ian Boomer, daughteV of Rev. ^^^^T^^^^^^^-^/^^^^^T^ 
Job Borden and Nancy (Mc- 

Clellan) Boomer, of Sutton, Mass. ; born Sutton, Mass., September 
29, 1819 ; died Attleboro', Mass., June 22, 1886. 

Issue : 

197-t. i. Mary Boomer Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., June 17, 1842; 
died Attleboro', Mass., September 9, 1842. 

1975. ii. Marcia McClellan Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., December 26, 

1843; died Attleboro', Mass., August 19, 1854. 

1976. iii. John Mayhew Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., November 16, 


1977. iv. Charles Shepard Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., June 5, 1848; 

died Attleboro', Mass., June 27, 1855. 

1978. V. Amelia Maxoy Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., October 23, 1850. 

1979. vi. Henry Herman Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., September 10, 

1852; died Attleboro', Mass., August 13, 1854. 

1980. vii. Herman Shepard Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., September 6, 

1855; died Attleboro', Mass., March 9, 1858. 

Hon. John Daggett was fitted for college at Wrentham Academy 
and entered Brown University in 1822, graduating in course in 1826. 
His law studies occupied three years : one year with Joseph L. Til- 
linghast, of Providence ; one year with J. J. Fiske, of Wrentham ; 
and one with Judge Theron Metcalf, of Dedham. He was admitted 
to the bar in Dedham in December, 1829, and immediately com- 
menced the practice of law in Attleboro', where he remained till his 
death. Without abandoning his profession, he filled various offices 
during his long life. For two years, 1833 and 1834, he was editor of 
the " Dedham Patriot." Mr. Daggett was a member of the Massa- 
chusetts House of Representatives for four years, 1836-1839 inclu- 
sive, and was again a member in 1866. He was a member of the 
Senate in 18.i0. He filled the office of register of probate of the 
county of Bristol eleven years, from 1850 to 1862, and he was also 
for many years chairman of the School Conmiittee in Attleboro'. He 
also found time for literary and historical studies. He published a 
little book called " Parris's Remains," which contained a memoir, to- 
gether with selections from the writings, of Samuel Parris, INI.D. 
[B.U., 1821]. 

Mr. Daggett was one of the constituent members of the Old Colony 
Historical Society, and for many years was its president. He was 
also a member of the New England Genealogical Society. His in- 
terest in inquu-ies and studies pertaining to the objects of these 
societies induced him to write and publish the history of his native 


town, " Attleboio'," a task which he so worthily discharged as to win 
for him, with the respect and love of his townsmen, the name and 
influence of an authority in all that pertained to the annals of their 
town. It is a fact worthy of record and remembrance that from 
the year he entered college to the year of his death he was present 
at every commencement, attending thus sixty-three successive com- 
mencements. The "Bristol County Republican," under date of 
December 18, 1885, says of him : 

On the 10th of February last, there was a large gathering of relatives and 
friends to greet him on the advent of his octogenarian birthday, a day of con- 
gratulation to him and his esteemed wife. His gentle kindliness, courtesy, and 
integrity of character as a counsellor and friend — always to say a kind word, 
never a hard one — secured for him the title of honest John Daggett, which he 
Avore with his modest grace and merit from his college days, during these sixty 
years, to the time when death claimed him as a shining mark. He has passed 
away, J)ut his life-long deeds of kindness will live after him, and his memory as 
the Christian gentleman will ever be cherished. 

Mr. Daggett was much interested in the Doggett-Daggett geneal- 
ogy, and during his life made several collections of material to aid 
in such a work, and, together with Mr. Wm. E. Deane, tried to solve 
some of the obscure points in the early history of the family. 

1414. Harvey Maxcy Daggett' {Ebenezer," Jolm,'" Ebeneser,* 
John,^ Thomas," John^), born Attleboro', Mass., June 10, 1S09 ; 
died Attleboro', Mass., September 28, 1886; married 1st, Attleboro', 
Mass., June 28, 1836, Susan Content Daggett, daughter of Otis and 
Content (Smith) Daggett (No. 1922) ; born Cumberland, R.I., March 
7, 1810; died Attleboro', Mass., November 29, 1846; married 2d, 
Attleboro', Mass., March 14, 1850, by Rev. N. G. Lovell, to Nancy 
Jane Bates, daughter of Dexter and Bethiah (Wilmarth) Bates ; born 
Attleboro', Mass., January 24, 1817; resides North Attleboro', 
Mass. (1892), " on the old homestead." 

Issue : 

1981. i. Sarah Maxcv Daggett,* born Attleboro', Mass., April 29, 1837; 

died Attleboro', Mass., March 26, 1850. 

1982. ii. Ebenezer Daggett,® born Attleboro', Mass., August 5,*1839; died 

Attleboro", Mass., January 13, 1842. 

1983. iii. Hakvey Bates Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., October 16, 1851; 

died Attleboro', Mass., June 11, 1882. 

1984. iv. Nakcy Ella Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., March 8, 1853. 

Harvey INIaxcy Daggett was a farmer on the old homestead. 

1415. Ama Ide Daggett' {Ebenezer,^ John,^ Ebenezer,* John,^ 
Thomas,^ John'), born Attleboro', Mass., November 24, 1811 ; resides 
22 Harrington avenue, Worcester, Mass. (1892) ; married Attleboro', 
Mass., October 14, 1834, by Rev. Jonathan E. Forbush, to John 


McClellan, of Suttou, Mass., son of James and Beulah (Bacon) 
McClellaii; bora Suttou, Mass., December 13, 1806; died Grafton, 
Mass., March 21, 1886. 
Issue : 

1985. i. Jamks E. McClellan," born Sutton, Mass., June 16, 1838. 

1986. ii. Emma C. McClellan,*' born Sutton, Mass., January 21, 1841; re- 

sides 22 Harrington avenue, Worcester, Mass. (1892). 

1987. iii. Sakah J. McClellan,^ born Sutton, Mass., April 14, 1843; resides 

Worcester, Mass. (1892). 

1988. iv. Marcy T. McClellan," born Sutton, Mass., July 22, 1845; died 

Sutton, Mass., August 27, 1848. 

1989. V. John E. McClellan,' born Sutton, Mass., September 5, 1847. 

1990. vi. Akthur D. McClellan," born Sutton, Mass., May 21, 1850; married 

New York city, October 9, 1882, Mrs. Mary A. Hartwell ; address, 
82 Devonshire street, Boston, Mass. (1892). 

1991. tU. Leila A. McClellan," born Sutton, Mass., February 23, 1852: died 

Grafton, Mass., July 29, 1875. 

1992. viii. Francis A. McClellan,' born Sutton, Mass., December 24, 1854; 

married New York city, October 9, 1888, Ella A. Armsby; she re- 
sides Worcester, Mass. (1892) ; he died Boston, Mass., January 18, 

1993. ix. Jennie I. McClellan," born Grafton, Mass., July 7, 1857; resides 

Worcester, Mass. (1892). 

John McClellan, when a young man, was major of the State militia, 
and was called by this title to some extent through his life. While 
still young, he was made deacon of the Baptist church in Grafton, 
and served in that capacity until his death. 

He filled the various offices of trust aud honor which could be 
bestowed by his townsmeu, being especially active during the civil 
war. He represented his district in the State Legislature in 1867. 

1416. Makct Shepakd Daggett ' {Ebeiiezer,^ John,'' Ebeiiezer,'' 
John," Tliomns,- JoJm'), bom Attleboro', Mass., January 14, 1814; 
died Boston, Mass., November 23, 1843; married Attleboro', Mass., 
December 3, 1835, by Rev. Jonathan E. Forbush, to Erastus David 
Everett, of Boston, sou of Deacon Silas and Tryphena (Shepard) 
Everett; born Attleboro', Mass., September 23, 1810; died Falls 
Church, Va., February 28, 1881. 

Issue : 

1994. i. Ellen Louisa Everett," born August 31, 1836; resides Attleboro', 

Mass. (1892). 

1995. ii. Edward Maxct Everett," born August 4, 1838; died September 3, 


1996. iii. Ch.4kles Ebenezer Everett," born July 27, 1840; died September 

20, 1840. 

1997. iv. Shepakd Silas Everett," born Boston, Mass., October 27, 1841. 

1418. Handel Naphtali D.\ggett ' (Ebenezer," John,^ Eben- 
ezer,* John,' Thomas,- John'), bom Attleboro', Mass., January 27, 
1821 ; resides Attleboro' Falls, Mass. (1892) ; married 1st, Wreu- 
tham, Mass., June 20, 1844, by Rev. Reuben Morey, to Eunice 


Whipple Shephard, daughter of Jonathan and Jemima Shephard, of 
Wrentham; bom Wrentham, Mass., April 29, 1823 ; died Attleboro', 
Mass., January 22, 1848; married 2d, Livonia, N.Y., December 20, 
1848, by Kev. Mr. Kiley, to Jane Amelia Adams, of Livonia, X.Y., 
daughter of Ephraim and Lavinia (]\Iorey) Adams ; born Richmond, 
N.Y., December 22, 1825; died Attleboro', Mass., March 4, 1854; 
married 3d, Livonia, N.Y., June 19, 1855, by Rev. Mr. Fowler, to 
Lucy Frost Adams, daughter of Ephraim and Lavinia (Morey) 
Adams; born Richmond, N.Y., March 13, 1828; died Attleboro', 
Mass., May 23, 1870; married 4th, Boston, Mass., November 10, 
1875, by Rev. W. Burnet Wright, to Mrs. Annie Parsons Furbish, 
of Boston, whose maiden name was Annie Merritt Parsons, daughter 
of Fidelio and Rachel Anne (Bowker) Parsons; born Bangor, Me., 
August 31, 1842. 
Issue : 

1998. i. Josephine Shepiiaku Daggett,^ born Attleboro', Mass., June 21, 


1999. li. Francis Whipple Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., December 30, 

1847; filed Livonia, N.Y., August 19, 183-1. 

2000. iii. Eunice Eudora Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., May 21, 1851 ; 

died Attleboro', Mass., September 16, 1852. 

2001. It. Flora Edgenia Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., September 21, 

1853; died Attleboro', Mass., Marcb 4, 1857. 

2002. V. Daughter Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., February 11, 

185C; died Attleboro', Mass., February 11, 1856. 
2003 tI. Florence Jane Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., November 25, 

2004. vii. Frances Adams Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., January 16, 


2005. viii. Blanche Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., il.arch 8, 1879. 

Handel Naphtali Daggett is a manufacturer. Has been selectman 
and representative. 

His home is an elegant estate at Attleboro' Falls, which was for- 
merly the homestead of Deacon Mayhew, the three Elihus, and Rev. 
Lyman W. Daggett. 

1419. Hon. Homer Micajah Daggett' {Ebenezer,^ John,' 
Ebenezer,* John,^ Tfiomas,^ John^), born Attleboro', Mass., Janu- 
ary 27, 1821; resides Attleboro', Mass. (1892) ; married Attleboro', 
Mass., May 28, 1843, by Rev. Reuben Morey, to Angelina Daggett, 
of Surry, N.H., daughter of Otis and Content (Smith) Daggett 
(No. 1926); born Surry, N.H., May 30', 1819; died Attleboro', 
Mass., October 9, 1885. 

Issue : 
2006.1. Alice Angelina Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., July 10, 1846; 
resides there (1892). 

2007. 11. Homer Micajah Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., May 22, 1848. 

2008. iii. Jesse Taylor Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., January 8, 1850; 

died Attleboro', Mass., June 3, 1853. 


2009. iv. Sanford Daggett," born Attleboro', Mnss., October 14, 1852. 

2010. T. Jenny Daggett,* boru .-Vttleboro', Mass., September 1, 1854; died 

Attleboro', Mass., October 5, 1854. 

2011. Ti. Son Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., February 3, 1858; died 

Attleboro", Mass., February 3, 1858. 

2012. vii. Fkederic Eugene Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., December 3, 

1860; died Attleboro', Mass., August 9, 18G4. 

Hon. Homer Micajah Daggett is a banker ; was senator from his 

1437. Grace Ann Dacjgett ' {Henry," Naphtali,^ Ebenezer* 
John,'' Thomas,- John'), born 1788; died New Haven, Conn., 
November 16, 1880. 

Grace Ann Daggett was a communicant of the Centre Church, 
New Haven, for sixty-nine years. 

On the evening of July 4, 1879, she was serenaded by the " Howe 
Band," in commemoration of the prominent part taken by her grand- 
father. Rev. Naphtali Daggett, in defence of New Haven a century 

1439. Stephen Daggett ' {Henry," Naphtali,' Ebenezer," John,^ 
Thomas,' John '), born New Haven, Conn., July 1, 1798 ; died Pon- 
totoc, Miss., September 15, 1880; married Cotton Gin, Miss., 
February 28, 1828, by Thomas C. Stewart, to Sarah Walton, daugh- 
ter of Jesse and Joanna (Walton) Walton; born Richmond, Va., 
July 2, 1808; died Pontotoc, Miss., May 18, 1889. 

Issue : 

2013. i. Grace Ann Daggett," born Pontotoc, Miss., September 28, 1842. 

2014. ii. Harriet Hunt Daggett," born I'ontotoc, Miss., August 15, 1844. 
2(115. iii. Julia Driter Daggett," born Pontotoc, Miss., January 30, 1847. 

2016. iv. Mary Walton Daggett,' born Pontotoc, Miss., June 3, 1850; died 

in infancy. 

2017. V. Sarah Hopkins Daggett,' born Pontotoc, Miss., March 13, 1853. 

2018. vi. Charles Walton Daggett," born Pontotoc, Miss., September 9, 


Stephen Daggett was a " civil engineer." He was sent by gov- 
ernment to make survey of the land purchased from the Chickasaw 
Indians. He was afterward appointed land agent, and had charge 
of the government land-office at Pontotoc. 

1441. Horace Daggett' {Henry," Naphtali,^ Ebenezer,* John,' 
Tliomas,- Johii^), boi-n New Haven, Conn., February 26, 1801; 
"merchant;" died Pontotoc, Miss., June 23, 1867; married 1st, 
October 22, 1832, Jane Hawley ; born Plattsburg, N.Y. ; died Cotton 
Gin, Miss., September 10, 1836; married 2d, York, Ohio, July 26, 
1840, by Rev. Mr. Grawville, to Lydia Beckwith Root, widow of 
Samuel M. Root, and daughter of Reynold and Martha (Butler) 


Beckwith; bom Pittsfiekl, Mass., January 20, 1813; died near Oak- 
land, Miss., June 26, 1872. 
Issue : 

2019. i. Henry Daggett," born Mobile, Ala., April 11, 1842; diedluka. Miss. 

(U.S. Hospital), June 23, 1862. 

2020. ii. Feed Hunt Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., April 2, 1844. 

2021. iii. Jane Hawley Daggett,' born Mobile, Ala., September 22, 1846. 

2022. iv. Martha Moseley Daggett,' born Pontotoc, Miss., December 4, 

1850; died Pontotoc, Miss., January 10, 1851. 
20'-'3. V. Ida Huntington Daggett," born Pontotoc, Miss., October 15, 1854. 

1442. Eliza Daggett' {Henry,^ Ncqyhtali,' Ebenezer," John,' 
Thomas,^ John '), lived in Waterville, Lucas Co., Ohio; married Mr. 

Issue : 

2024. i. .Alfred Isham." 

2025. ii. William F. Isham.' 

2026. iii. Henry S. Ishaji.' 

2027. iv. Sarah Isham.' 

2028. V. Caroline E. Isham.' 

1444. Elizabeth Daggett' {Ezra,^ Naphtali,' Ebe)iezer,* John,^ 
Thomas,^ John '), born New Haven, Conn., January 26, 1791 ; died 
July, 1876; married May 9, 1813, Thomas Kensett; born Hampton 
Court, Middlesex, Eng., August 6, 1786 ; died June 16, 1829. 

Issue : 

2029. i. Thomas Kensett," born February 12, 1814 ; married 1st, Eliza 

Wheeler; married 2d, Eliza Ann Wheeler; married 3(1, Gertrude W. 
Brown ; was a dealer in canned goods, Baltimore, Md. ; died August 
5, 1877. 

2030. ii. John Frederick Kensett,' born Cheshire, Conn., March 22, 1816. 

2031. iii. Elizabeth Daggett Kensett,' born August 11, 1817. 

2032. iv. Frederick Newbury Kensett,' born December 27, 1819; died 

Brooklyn, N.Y., August 27, 1881. 

2033. V. Ezra Daggett Kensett,' born August 19, 1821 ; died July 26, 1822. 

2034. vi. Sarah Marshall Kensett,' born December 2, 1822; married Noah 

J. Kellogg; resides 668 Nostrand avenue, Brooklyn, N.Y. (1892). 

Thomas Kensett was an engraver, and published, about 1806, the 
map of New Haven, drawn by General Wadsworth iu 1748. This 
was the first map of New Haven published, although an earlier one 
was drawn in 1724, by Joseph Brown. 

1445. Smith Daggett' {Ezra," Naphtali,^ Ebenezer," John,' 
Thomas,- John ^), hova New Haven, Conn., March 13, 1793; died 
March 13, 1840; married, April 12, 1818, Sarah Godfrey; born 
1800; died November 6, 1840. 

Issue : 

2035. i. Eliza Daggett,' born January 28, 1821; died October 2, 1821. 

2036. ii. Eliza Daggett,' born January 24, 1824; married John Y. Isham; 

she died January 27, 1848. 


2037. ili. Alfred Daggett,' born March 13, 182fi. 

2038. iv. Harriet Daggett,' born November 17, 1828; died October 12, 1832. 

2039. V. William Feed Daggett,' born May 24, 1830; married Alvira 


2040. tI. Henkt S. Daggett,' born February 20, 1832 ; resides Lafayette, Ind. 

2041. vii. George W. Daggett,' born March 12, 1834; died September 10, 


2042. viii. Sarah F. Daggett,' born January 11, 1836; resides Lake Odessa, 

Mich-. (1892). 

2043. ix. Caroline E. Daggett,' born March 4, 1840; married Henry Short. 

1448. Alfred Daggett' (Ezra," Naphtali,^ Ehenezer,* John,^ 
Thomas," John^), born New Haven, Conn., September 30, 1799; 
died New Haven, Conn., January 27, 1872; married New Haven, 
Conn., November 26, 1829, by Rev. James Young, to Laura Gilbert, 
daughter of Elias and Phebe (Benedict) Gilbert, of New Haven; 
born Torriugford, Conn., June 2, 1812; resides San Diego, Cal. 

Issue : 

2044. i. Phebe Anne Daggett,' born New Haren, Conn., March 5, 1831 ; died 

New Haven, Conn., January 31, 1832. 

2045. ii. Cornelia Gilbert Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., November 

26, 1832; died New Haven, Conn., May 4, 1852. 

2046. iii. Virginia Benedict Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., March 29, 

1835 ; died New Haven, Conn., February 5, 1848. 

2047. iv. Alfred Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., August 23, 1837. 

2048. V. Laura Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., October 8, 1839. 

2049. vi. Henry Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., July 12, 1841. 

2050. vii. Charles Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., January 22, 1845; 

died New Haven, Conn., April 25, 1849. 

Alfred Daggett was a bank-note engraver, and tauglit the art to 
his nephew, John F. Kensett. He was first selectman for the town 
of New Haven for several years. 

He was, about 1846-7, chief engineer of the New Haven Fii'e De- 
partment, and was afterward an officer of the Customs. 

1449. William Daggett' {Ezra," NapMali,^ Ebenezer,* John,'' 
Thomas,^ John'), born New Haven, Conn., December 12, 1801; 
died New Haven, Conn., December 3, 1884; married St. Albans, 
Vt., November 26, 1828, Ursula Hunt, daughter of Elijah and 
Abigail (Gibbs) Hunt, of St. Albans, Vt. ; born St. Albans, Vt. , 
AprU 23, 1809 ; died New Haven, Conn., December 30, 1878. 

Issue : 

2051. i. Eliza Hitnt Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., December 30, 1829; 

resides 1172 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn. (1892). 

2052. ii. William Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., December 3, 1831. 

2053. iii. Sarah Cornelia Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., October 12, 

1834; resides 1172 Chapel street, New Haven, Conn. (1892). 

2054. iv. Robert Platt Daggett,^ born New Haven, Conn., January 13, 1847. 

1450. Mary Daggett' {Ezra," Naphtali,^ Ehenezer,' John,' 
Thomas,^ John'), horn New Haven, Conn., November 29, 1803; 


died March 15,1850; married May 7, 1831, Amos Bradley; born 
August 21, 1799; died September 4, 1860. 
Issue : 

2055. i. Silas Amos Bradley,^ born March 9, 1832; died 1892. 

2056. ii. Frederick Daggett Bradley,' born November 22, 1833. 

2057. iii. John Thomas Bradley,^ born August 31, 1835. 

2058. iv. Harriet Elizabeth Bradley,* born August 22, 16138. 

2059. V. Julia Ann Bradley," born January 23, 1841 ; died August 29, 1841. 

2060. vi. Marv Jane Bradley,' born July 24, 1846; died August 14, 1846. 

1452. Sarah Daggett' (Ezra,^ Naplitali,^ Ebenezer,* John,' 
Thomas,- John'), bom New Haven, Conn., October 7, 1807; mar- 
ried April 25, 1832, John C. Mersick. 

Issue : 

2061. i. Edwin Francis Mersick,' born January 8, 1838. 

2062. ii. Charles Smith Mersick,' born December 13, 1840; married October 

10, 1865, Ellen Louisa English; issue: May English Mersick,' born 
May 6, 1868. 

1453. Frederick Daggett '' {Ezra," Naphtali,^ Ebenezer," John,^ 
Thomas,^ John'), born New Haven, Conn., November 28, 1809; 
"cabinet-maker;" died New Haven, Conn., April 23, 1854; mar- 
ried 1st, 1836, Susan A. Hall; born Hamden, Conn., 1818; died 
New Haven, Couu., October 23, 1851; married 2d, New Haven, 
Conn., April 9, 1854, by Rev. John S. Mitchell, to Mrs. Frances J. 
Bailey; born Canandaigua, N.Y., 1818. 

Issue : 

2063. i. Nelson Daggett,^ born New Haven, Conn., September 7, 1837; 

died New Haren, Conn., March 15, 1861. 

2064. ii. Frederick Daggett,' born May 24, 1841 ; died March, 1879. 

2065. iii. Dwight E. Daggett,' born May 18, 1845; died New Haven, Conn., 

July 29, 1864. 

2066. iv. Ezra Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., November 9, 1847. 

2067. V. Mary A. Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., December 23, 1850. 

1459. Levi Daggett' (Samuel,'' Samuel,^ Ebenezer,* John,^ 
Thomas,- John '), born Albany, N.Y., April 29, 1788; died Penfield, 
N.Y., June 4, 1865; married Bainbridge, N.Y., March 20, 1819, 
Fannie Larribee ; born Brattleboro', Vt., December 10, 1795; died 
Penfleld, N.Y., January 21, 1872. 

Issue : 

2068. i. Catherine Daggett,' born Bainbridge, N.Y., May 2l', 1820. 

2069. ii. George Daggett,' born Arcada, N.Y., June 27, 1821. 

2070. iii. Caroline Daggett,' born Bainbridge, N.Y., April 13, 1824. 

2071. iv. Hannah Daggett,' born Campbelltown, N.Y., September 7, 1826. 

2072. V. Betsy Daggett,' born Campbelltown, N.Y., April 12, 1828; died 

April 20, 1832. 

2073. vi. Sally Daggett,' born Campbelltown, N.Y., May 18, 1830; died 

May 16, 1831. 

2074. vii. Mary Daggett,' born Bath, N.Y., May 12, 1832; died November 


2076. TJii. John Daggett,' born Addison, N.Y., May 2, 1S31; "soldier;" 

died Salsbury Prison, February 14, 1865. 
2076. ix. Maktin Van Buren Daggett," born Caneadea, N.Y., .Vugust 30, 

2077.x. Horace Daggett," born Caneadea, N.Y. , March 10, 1841; 2d lieut. 

8th N.Y. Cavalry ; died in battle, April 10, 18G5. 

1460. John Daggett' (Saynuel,^ Samuel,^ Ehenezer,^ John,' 
Thomas,- John '), bom Flatbush, N.Y. ; married Eliza Cooper; lived 
iu Newark, N.Y. 

Issue : 

2078. i. David Daggett." 

2079. ii. Samuel Daggett.' 

2080. iii. John Daggett," born Newark, N.Y., May 9, 1833. 

2081. iv. William Daggett." 

2082. V. Benjamin Daggett." 

2083. vi. LnciNDA Daggett." 

2084. vii. Ophelia Daggett." 

2085. viii. Emily Daggett." 

2086. ix. Susan Daggett " 

2087. X. Eliza Daggett." 

2088. xi. Mart Daggett." 

2089. xii. Alice Daggett." 

2090. xiii. Hattie Daggett." 

2091. xiv. Libeie Daggett." 

2092. XV. Katie Daggett." 

Johu Daggett moved first to Baiubridge, N.Y., and about 1824 to 
Newark, N.Y. 

Here he was proprietor of au extensive manufactory of woollen 

1461. Elisha Daggett' (Samuel,^ Samuel,^ Ebenezer,* John,' 
Tliomas,^ John'), lived and died Colesville, N.Y. ; married Tabitha 

Issue : 

2093. i. Lafayette Daggett." 

2094. ii. Everett Daggett." 

2095. iii. Elliot Daggett." 

2096. iv. Antoinette Daggett." 

2097. V. Henrietta Daggett." 

1463. Priscilla Daggett' {Samuel," Samuel,' Ehenezer,^ John,' 
Tltomas,^ John '), born near Albany, N.Y., June, 1790 ; died Lowell, 
Mich., August 8, 1864; married Newark, N.Y., by Rev. Peter 
Sabins, to Roswell Jennings ; born 1778; " farmer ;" lived and died 
Walworth, N.Y., March 3, 1847. 

Issue : 

2098. i. Elisha Jennings," born Walworth, N.Y., July 31, 1S25. 

2099. ii. Sarah Jennings," born Walworth, N.Y., June 24, 1827; unmarried; 

resides Lowell, Mich. (1884). 


1463. Polly Daggett ' {Samuel,'^ Samuel,^ Ebenezer,* Jolm,^ 
Thomas, " John '), married Jacob Force; resided Newark, N.Y. 

Issue : 

2100. 1. John Force. « 

2101. ii. Levi Fokce.** 

2102. iii. Orson Force," died about 1849. 

2103. iv. Augustus Force.' 

2104. V. Henky Force." 
105. vi. Maky Jane Force." 

Several others died young of small-pox. 

1464. Samuel Daggett' (Samuel," Samuel,^ Ebenezer," John,' 
Thomas,'^ John'), bom May 31, 1797; died April 3,1871; married 
September 5, 1833, Lydia Willett ; born May 6, 181 1 ; lived iu 
Newark, N.Y. ; died December 30, 1871. 

Issue : 

2106. 1. Hannah Daggett," born August 20, 1834; died June 6, 1847. 

2107. ii. Stephen Daggett," born February 22, 1836; married December 5, 

1803, Mary Lyons ; he died January 22, 1865. 

2108. iii. John Daggett," born March 26, 1838; died April 12, 1862. 

2109. iv. LuciNDA Daggett,' born March 28, 1841; died June fi, 1847. 

2110. V. Amelia Daggett," born November 8, 1843; married January 1, 18C3, 

Henry Buennemann. 

2111. vi. Julia A. Daggett,'* born October 22, 1846; married March 22, 1873, 

John Coy; resides Yankee Springs, Mich. (1884). 

2112. vii. Josephine P. Daggett," born March 10, 1850; married Mr. Valen- 

tine; resides Yanltee Springs, Mich. (1884). 
2118. viii. EoTAL A. Daggett," born May 26, 1853; resides Yanliee Springs, 
Mich. (1884). 

2114. ix. Eliza Daggett," born March 1, 1855; died October 16, 1856. 

1465. Margaret Daggett' {Samuel,'^ Sa7nnd,^ Ebenpzer," 
John,^ Tliomas,'^ John'), l3oru May 31, 1797; married Constant 
Weaver; resided Newark, N.Y. 

Issue : 

2115. i. Hester Ann Weaver," married David Jennings, son of Roswell and 

(Aldrich) Jennings; address, Palo, Mich., box 140. 

1466. Sally Daggett' (Samuel,^ Samuel,^ JEbenezer,* John,^ 
Thomas,- John'), born near Albany, N.Y., April 4, 1799; died, 
"Walworth, N.Y., August 31, 1874; married Ist, Newark, N.Y., 
Michael Lusk, son of Jeremiah and Elizabeth Lusk; "farmer;" 
born near Newark, N.Y., July 8, 1796; died Walworth, N.Y., April 
4, 1835 ; married 2d, Newark, N.Y., James Whittletou, son of Ed- 
mund Whittletou ; "farmer;" born England, April 6, 1802; died 
Walworth, N.Y., September 11, 1883. 

Issue : 

2116. i. Elizabeth Lusk," born Walworth, N.Y., July 26, 1831; married 

Walworth, N.Y., spring of 1871, William Hall; she died November 

2117. ii. Jeremiah Lusk," born Walworth, N.Y., January 2, 1834. 


1469. Lois Daggett ' (Samuel,'^ Samuel,^ Ebenezer,'^ John,^ 
Thomas,^ JoJm'), resides Oaks Corners, Ontario county, N.Y. 
(1885) ; married Heman Bostwick, of Newark, N.Y. 

Issue : 

2118. i. George W. Bostwick,^ resides Geneva, N.Y. (1885). 

2119. ii. I. Benson Bostwick," resides Rochester, N.Y. (1885). 

2120. iii. Nellie Bo.stwick,' married Mr. Henderson; resides Tiffin, Ohio 


1470. Herman Daggett' {Ebenezer," Samuel,' Ebenezer,'' Jolin,^ 
Thomas,- John '), born Enfield, Mass., September 30, 1790; " hotel- 
keeper;" died Jordan, N.Y., February 27, 1832; married Brutus, 

Issue : 

2121. i. Robert P. Daggett,^ born 1820; resides Jordan, N.Y. (1892). 

2122. ii. Burton Daggett,' born 1844. 

1471. Moses Daggett' {Ebenezer,^ Samuel,' Ebenezei;' John,' 
Thomas,- John'), born Enfield, Mass., April 7, 1796; " blacksmitli ; " 
died Springfield, Mass., April 18, 1876; married 1st, Lovica Finney, 
daughter of Joel Finney ; born Somers, Conn., 1800; died Spring- 
field, Mass., March 6, 1857; married 2d, Springfield, Mass., Novem- 
ber 30, 1859, by Rev. Geo. DeF. Folsom, to Miranda Burnham, 
daughter of Eleazer and Wealthy Ann Burnham; born Rockville, 
Conn., 1816; died Springfield, Mass., January 21, 1876. 

Issue : 

2123. i. Mariette Daggett,' born Springfield, Mass., June 30, 1827; died 

Springfield, Mass., August 4, 1844. 

2124. ii. Harriet Daggett,' born Springfield, Mass., October 21, 1829. 

2125. iii. Francis Daggett,' born Springfield, Mass., April 16, 1832. 

2126. iv. LovisA Daggett,' born Springfield, Mass., June 17, 1834; died 

Springfield, Mass., October 17, 1848. 

2127. V. Albert Daggett,' born Springfield, Mass., May 12, 1836. 

2128. vi. Sarah Elizabeth Daggett,' born Springfield, Mass., March 14, 


2129. vii. Daughter Daggett,' born Springfield, Mass., April 17, 1845; 

died without name. 

2130. viii. Daggett,' born Springfield, Mass. ; died without name. 

1472. Ebenezee Daggett ' {Ebenezer,^ Samuel,'" Ebenezer,* 
John,' Thomas,'^ John^), born Enfield, Mass., June 16, 1798; "car- 
penter and builder; " died Jordan, N.Y., December 26, 1859 ; married 
November 18, 1823, Mary Pope Kennedy, daughter of Lemuel and 
Rebecca (Pope) Kennedy; born October 22, 1801; died Ottumwa, 
Iowa, November 22, 1862. 

Issue : 

2131. i. Henry Bingham Daggett,' born Jordan, N.Y., May 28, 1825. 

2132. ii. Rebecca Jennett Daggett,' born Jordan, N.Y., October 20, 1827. 

2133. iii. William Daggett,' born Jordan, N.Y., March 12, 1830. 

2134. iv. Calvin Foote Daggett,' born Jordan, N.Y., January 24, 1832. 


2135. Y. Helen M. Daggett," born Jordan, N.Y., January 12, 1834; died 

Jordan, N.Y., November 12, 1834. 

2136. vi. Sakah E. Daggett,' born Jordan, N.Y., August 7, 1835; died Jor- 

dan, N.Y., November 19, 18(51. 

2137. vii. Mary L. Daggett," born Jordan, N.Y., April 14, 1838; died Jor- 

dan, N.Y., December 7, 1841. 

2138. viii. Edward H. Daggett," born Jordan, N.Y., September 18, 1840; died 

Jordan, N.Y., June 30, 1842. 

2139. ix. Emma M. Daggett," born Jordan, N.Y., June 1, 1842; died Jordan, 

N.Y., June 21, 1842. 

2140. X. Edgar Daggett," born Jordan, N.Y., October 9, 1844. 

1473. Lydia Daggett ' {Ebenezer,''' Samuel,'" Ebenezer,'' JoJm,^ 
Thomas," John'), born 1800; died Jordan,^ N.Y., March, 1862; 
married Enfield, Mass., Alonzo Case; born Connecticut, 1800; died 
Jordan, N.Y., 1864. 

Issue : two children. 

1475. Priscilla Daggett' {Ebenezer,'^ Samuel,' Ebenezer,* 
John,^ Thomas,'' John^), born 1803 ; died Jordan, N.Y., August 24, 
1845; married Enfield, Mass., Silas Hull. 

Issue : 

2141. 1. Rosamond Hdll.* 

2142. ii. Rnrus Hull.* 

2143. ili. Charles Hull.' 

1480. Levi Daggett' {Levi,^ Samuel,^ Ebenezer,* John,^ 
Thomas,' John'), born Schuylerville, N.Y., November 23, 1796; 
died 1874; married Matsy Sanford, of Palmyra, N.Y. ; born 1805; 
died 1881. 

Issue : two daughters, five sons. 

2144. i. J. R. R. Daggett,^ born Arcadia, N.Y., 1835; resides Quincy, Mich. 


2145. ii. Maky Daggett," married L. B. King; resides Quincy, (111. 1883). 

1481. David Patterson Daggett' {Levi,^ Samuel,'' Ebenezer,* 
John,^ Thomas," John'), born SchuylervOle, N.Y., July 3, 1799; 
died Palmyra, N.Y., September 6, 1861 ; married 1st, Arcadia, N.Y., 
May 6, 1821, Ruth Hildreth, daughter of Samuel and Phoebe (Cooper) 
HUdreth; born Red Creek, L.I., N.Y., June 27, 1803; died Pal- 
myra, N.Y., AprU 11, 1847; married 2d, South Hampton, L.I., 
N.Y., September 19, 1848, Haunah Hildreth, daughter of Samuel 
and Phcebe (Cooper) HUdreth; born Bainbridge, N.Y., January 6, 
1814; died Palmyra, N.Y., December l4, 1855; married 3d, Jordan, 
N.Y., October 1, 1856, Caroline Knowlton, daughter of Joseph and 
Priscilla (Howe) Knowlton; born Shrewsbury, Mass., April 20, 
1803; died Jordan, N.Y., March 3, 1883. 

Issue : 

2146. i. Philip D. Daggett," born Palmyra, N.Y., July 3, 1822; died Pal- 

myra, N.Y., July 31, 1822. 


2147. ii. Deborah Daggett," born Palmyra, N.Y., September 16, 1823; died 

Palmyra, N.Y., May 23, 1845. 

2148. ill. Lydia Amanda Daggett," born Palmyra, N.Y., Blav 31, 1827; died 

Palmyra, N.Y., April 28, 1845. 

2149. iv. Roth Ann Daggett," born Palmyra, N.Y., July 3, 1849; died Pal- 

myra, N.Y., February 9, 1855. 

2150. V. Ltdia Jeannette Daggett," born Palmyra, N.Y., May 9, 1852; "a 

teacher;" address, care E. A. Bell, 430 Delaware ave., Buffalo, 
N.Y. (1892). 

David P. Daggett resided iu Palmyra, N.Y. ; was a manufacturer 
and inventor of agricultural implements. The Daggett plows and 
cultivators were unrivalled, and showed him to be a man of uo 
ordinary genius. Deacon Daggett held a prominent position in the 
Presbyterian church, and is still remembered in Palmyra. 

1482. Sarah Daggett' (Levi,^ Samuel,^ Ebenezer,' John,'' 
Thomas,- John'), born May 18, 1803; died Aurora, N.Y., October 
13, 1859 ; married Aurora, N.Y., September 5, 1827, Henry Wells 
(founder American Express Company) ; born Vermont, December 
12, ; died Glasgow, Scotland, December 10, 1878. 

Issue : 

2151. i. Charles Wells," born Palmyra, N.Y., June 19, 1828. 

2152. ii. Mart Elizabeth Wells," born Palmyra, N.Y., March 27, 1830. 

2153. iii. Edward Wells,' born Palmyra, N.Y. ; died young. 

2154. iv. Oscar Ashbel Wells," born Palmyra, N.Y. , August 21, 1833. 

1483. Ltdia Daggett' {Levi,^ Samuel,^ Ebenezer,' John,'' 
Thomas,^ John '), born September 21, 1805 ; married Austin Durfee ; 
removed to Michigan. 

Issue : 

2155. i. Gideon Ddkfee." 

215fi. ii. Jane Dcrfee," married Mr. Harrison. 

2157. iii. Harvey Durfee." 

1484. Augustus K. Daggett' {Levi,^ Samuel,^ Ebenezer,* John,^ 
Thomas,^ John'), born March 26, 1808; married Caroline Martin 

Issue : 

2158. i. Terresa Daggett." 

2159. ii. Franklin Daggett." 

2160. iii. Eliza Daggett." 

2161. iv. Caleb Daggett." 

1485. Julia Jeannette Daggett' {Levi,^ Samuel,^ Ebenezer,* 
John,'' Thomas,^ John'), born May 14, 1810; died May 15, 1890; 
mai-ried Silas Hull. 

Issue : 

2162. i. Sarah Hull," died young. 


1486. Elizabeth Daggett ' {Levi,'^ Samuel,^ Ebenezer* John,^ 
Thomas,' John^), born May 5, 1811; mairied Harvey Durfee ; 
resided iu Michigan. 

Issue : 
21G3. i. Halset Ddrfee,' resides Wayne, Mich. (1892). 

2164. ii. Calista Dukfee,' married Mr. Dean. 

2165. iii. George Durfee.^ 

2166. iv. Alanson Durfee.' 

2167. T. Augusta Durfee,* married Mr. Hollenbeck. 

1487. Terressa Daggett ' {Levi,'' Samuel,^ Ebenezer,^ John,^ 
Thovias,^ John^), born Saratoga, N.Y., September 9, 1812; resides 
835 Fifteenth street, Deti'oit, Mieh. (1892) ; married Livonia, Mich., 
September 28, 1857, by Rev. Mr. Debois, to Benjamin Pierson, son 
of Henry and Hannah (Brown) Pierson ; born New Jersey, October 
21, 1802. 

No issue. 

Mr. Pierson is a justice of the peace, and has been representative. 

1488. BIary D.vggett ' (Led,'' Samuel,^ Ebenezer,* John,^ 
Tliomas,- John'), born Brutus, N.Y., April 23, 1816; resides 
Mason, Ingham county, Mich. (1892) ; married Buffalo, N.Y., 1846, 
by Rev. Mr. Hopkins, to Rev. Hosea Kittredge, son of Kendal 
(M.D.) and Sarah (Whiting) Kittredge; born Mt. Desert, Me., 
March 27, 1803; died Mason, Mich., March 30, 1873. 

Issue : 

2168. i. Sarah Kittredge,' born Red Creek, N.Y., September 24, 1849; died 

Red Creek, N.Y., May 15, 1850. 

2169. ii. Harriet Kittredge," born Red Creek, N.Y., December 12, 1851. 

2170. iii. Calvin Kittredge,' born Red Creek, N.Y., March 15, 1854; died 

Mason, Mich., February 25, 1862. 

1491. Carlos 'Dagg-ett '' {Ebenezer,'^ JEbenezer,^ Ebenezer,*John,^ 
Thomas,- John'), born Wreutham, Mass., December 2, 1793; died 
West Roxbury, Mass., January 7, 1871; married Weston, Mass., 
January 19, 1817, by Rev. Joseph Field, to Mary Child, daughter 
of Edward and Polly (Fislie) Child; born Waltham, Mass., April 
5, 1799; died Weston, Mass., January 16, 1867. 

Issue : 

2171. i. Edward Child Daggett,' born Weston, Mass., .\ugust 29, 1817; 

died Mobile, Ala., December 18, 1848. 

2172. ii. Ebenezer Daggett,' born Roxbury, Mass., March 7, 1820; re- 

sided Marysville, Cal., November, 1853. 

2173. iii. Charles Henkt Daggett,' born Roxbury, Mass., March 21, 1822; 

died New Boston, N.H., March 23, 1837. 

2174. iv. Mary Susanna Daggett,' born Northboro', Mass., July 16, 1824. 

2175. V. Albert Pliny Daggett,' born New Boston, N.H., July 21, 1827; 

died New Boston, N.H., March 26, 1837. 

2176. vi. Herman Daggett,' born New Boston, N.H., May 6, 1831 ; died New 

Boston, N.H., March 18, 1837. 


2177. vii. Geokge Daggett,* born New Boston, N.H., .4pril 4, 1834; died New 

Boston, N.H., April 20, 1837. 

2178. viii. Charles Herman Daggett," born New Boston, N.H., March 2, 

1838; "soldier;" died Newport News, Va., February 2(;, 1863. 
217'J. Lx. Albert Pliny Daggett," born New Boston, N.H., April Ui, 1841; 
died New Boston, N.II., March 26, 1SG3. 

Carlos Daggett left a will, dated April 11, 1867, iu which he 
speaks of having been of New Boston, N.H., but now of "Weston, 
Mass. ; " farmer." Names his brother-in-law, Franklin Child, " only 
brother of my late beloved wife," executor. 

1493. HERM.4.N Daggett ' {Ehenezer,^ Ebenezer,' Ebenezer,'^ JoJin,^ 
Thomas,^ John'}, born Wrentham, Mass., March 27, 1800; died 
Boston, Mass., December 12, 183S; unmarried. 

Herman Daggett was a "West India goods merchant, of the firm of 
Barnes & Daggett, from 1821 to 1827 inclusive, his partner Abel 
Barnes, and then- office at 42 India street, Boston, Mass. 

In 1827 Mr. Daggett resided on Lynde street. From 1828 to 1833 
inclusive, he was alone in the same line of business ; in 1828 and 
1829 at 42 India street, and the rest of the time at 43 India street. 

In 1829 he boarded at Milk, cor. Federal street; in 1830 at the 
" Sun Tavern," Batterymarch street; and in 1831 on High street. 

In 1834 he was associated in business with Marshall Smith at 40 
India street, the firm being Herman Daggett & Co. 

In 1835, and for the rest of his life, he was alone in the same line 
of business, at 43 India sti-eet, while he lived iu 1836 at the Commer- 
cial Coffee-house; and in 1837 and 1838 at the Pearl-street House. 

In 1834, April 13, he was made trustee for Louisa Barnes. 

Ebenezer Billings petitioned for administration on bis estate, 
December 17, 1838. 

1507. Mart Daggett' (Abner,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,'^ John,^ 
Thomas,^ John^), born "Walpole, Mass., March 23, 1786; died Bos- 
ton, Mass., August 9, 1861 ; married Providence, R.I., September 
21, 1804, George Monson, born 1771 ; died New Haven, Conn., 
November 17, 1840. 

Issue : 

2180. i. Caroline Monson," born New Haren, Conn., January 17, 1806; died 

Boston, Mass., July IS, 1875. 

2181. ii. Harriet Daggett Monson," born New Haven, Conn., June 4, 1808. 

2182. iii. George Edwin Monson," born New Haven, Conn., November 23, 


1510. Susan Edwards Daggett ' {David,''' Thomas,^ Tliomas,^ 
John,^ Thomas,'' John'), born New Haven, Conn., June 30, 1788; 
died New Haven, Conn., August 18, 1839; married New Haven, 
Conn., August 28, 1811, by President Dwight, to Serene Edwards 


Dwight, son of President Timothy and Mary (Woolsey) Dwight, of 
New Haven; born Greenfield HUl, Conn., May 18, 1786; died PhUa- 
delphia, Pa., November 30, 1850. 

Issue : 
2183. i. Charlotte Dwight,' born August, 1816; died August, 1816. 

President Serene Edwards Dwight, D.D., graduated at Yale Col- 
lege iu 1803. He taught school at Litchfield, Conn., for a year, and 
the next year was his father's amanuensis, and afterward tutor at 
Yale for four years — 1806-1810. While tutor he studied law with 
Hon. Charles Chauncey and Nathau Smith, Esq., both eminent 
jurists, and practised the profession at New Haven, 1810-1816. 

Becoming a Christian in 1815, he renounced the law for the min- 
istry, and on October 8, 1816, was licensed to preach, and was at 
once elected chaplain of the United States Senate at "Washington. 

He afterward, 1817, became pastor of Park-street Church, Boston, 
where he remained until 1826. 

Resigning from ill-health, he conducted, with his brother Henry, a 
large school in New Haven, the "Gymnasium," from 1828 to 1831. 

In 1833 he became president of HamOtou College, New York, which 
position he held for two and a half years. 

Mr. Dwight was remarkable in youth for brilliant talents and force 
of character. 

He was the author of "Hebrew Life," and edited an edition of 
" "Works of Jonathan Edwards " in ten volumes. 

Mrs. Dwight possessed a vigorous, vivacious, and cultivated 
mind. She was of a slender flgiu-e and a bright intellectual aspect, 
with large lustrous black eyes, and had very pleasing and graceful 

Her acquaintance with good books was large, and she was earnest 
in her religious character. 

She was the author of "An Abridgment of the Memoirs of Mrs. 
Susan Huntington," her friend. 

She aided also her husband, when editing the works of Edwards, 
in preparing them for the press. 

1511. Leonard Augustus Daggett ' {David,^ Thomas,' Thomas,' 
John,^ Thomas,- John '), born New Haven, Conn., April 30, 1790; 
died New Haven, Conn.' April 27, 1867 ; man-ied 1st, New Haven, 
Conn., September 12, 1819, by Rev. Nathl. "W. Taylor, to Jennette 
Atwater, daughter of Timothy and Susan (Macumber) Atwater; 
born New Haven, Conn., March 2, 1799; died New Haven, Conn., 
June 19, 1825; married 2d, New York city, May 13, 1853, by Rev. 
G. Spring, to Julia Atwater Raymond, widow, daughter of Timothy 


and Siisau (Macumber) Atwater; born New Haven, Conn., February 
24, 1795 ; died New Haven, Conn., July 6, 1883. 
Issue : 

2184. i. David Lewis Daggett," born New Haven, Conn., June 24, 1820. 

2185. ii. Sdsan Dwight Daggett, * born New Haven, Conn., September 5, 

218G. iii. Mart Jennette Daggett.' born New Haven, Conn., October 14, 
1823 ; resides 37 West 25th street. New York city. 

2187. iv. Leonard Wales Daggett,^ born New Haven, Conn., May 3, 1825; 

died New Haven, Conn., August 12, 1825. 

1514. We.^^lthy Ann Daggett ' {David,'^ TJiomas,^ Thomas,* 
Jnhii,^ Thomas,- John'), born New Haven, Conn., November 29, 
1796; died December 27, 1860; married September 16, 1822, by 
Rev. Samuel Merwiu, to Joseph Jenkins, of Boston. 

No issue. 

1521. Rev. Oliver Ellsworth Daggett' (David,'^ Thomas,^ 
Thomas,' John,' Thomas,'' John'), horn New Haven, Couu., January 
14, 1810; died Hartford, Conn., September 1, 1880; married Hart- 
ford, Conn., July 15, 1840, by Rev. Dr. Hawes, to Elizabeth Watson, 
daughter of William and Mary (Marsh) Watson; born Hartford, 
Conn., April 12, 1812 ; died New Haven, Conn., May 20, 1891. 

Issue : 

2188. i. Susan Elizabeth Daggett,'^ born Hartford, Conn., December 9, 

1841; resides 77 Grove street. New Haven, Conn. (1892). 

2189. ii. Ellsworth Daggett,* born Canandaigua, N.Y., May 24, 1845. 

2190. iii. Mart Daggett," born Canandaigua, N.Y., July 19, 1852; resides 77 

Grove street, New Haven, Conn. (1892). 
Three others died in childhood. 

Rev. Dr. Oliver E. Daggett graduated from Yale College, 1823 ; 
pastor South Congregational Church, Hartford, 1837-1843; pastor 
Congregational church, Canandaigua, N.Y., 1843-1863; professor 
divinity, Yale College, 1867-1870; then pastor Second Congrega- 
tional Church, New London, Conn. ; then retired and resided in 
Hartford, Conn. 

He had a reputation as a preacher of great brilliancy, who was not 
surpassed for magnetic power in the State. He particularly excelled 
in his command of a clear, graceful, and at the same time vigorous 
English style. In 1844 he removed to Canandaigua, in the State of 
New York, where for nearly a quarter of a century he endeared him- 
self to Christians of all denominations throughout western New 
York, by the cordiality with which he entered into efforts of all 
kinds, made for the benefit of the community. He was, perhaps 
by heredity, a conversationalist, like his grandfather, Dr. .ZEneas 
Muiison, whose name is remembered to this day for his brilliant 


Everything that Dr. Daggett said or did was marked by good 
taste, and by a cordial and friendly spirit. He was very quick to 
notice whatever was commendable in others, and was evidently 
delighted to express his interest and appreciation. AVith such a 
character, as might be expected, he was very lenient in his judg- 
ment of others, and it is doubtful whether he ever knowingly uttered 
a word which could hurt the feelings of even the most sensitive. 

In 1867, having been appointed a professor in Yale College, to 
preach in the college chapel, he returned to the home of his boyhood, 
where the cordial reception which he and his wife received was 
peculiarly gratifying. 

Mrs. Daggett received iu early life every advantage that education 
and acquaintance with the leading literary characters of New England 
could give. She had a serenity and dignity of manner which were 
peculiarly beautiful, and, though naturally somewhat reserved, she 
impressed all who knew her with her sincerity, and with her real 
friendliness of spirit. 

1526. JrLiA A. Daggett' {Dexter,^ Tliomas,^ Thomas,* John,'^ 
rZ/omas,^ Jb/»i'), born November 28, 1805; died Cincinnati, Ohio, 
August 15, 1875; married Providence, R.I., December 5, 1830, by 
Elder Toby, to Edward Harwood, son of Edward and Catherine 
(Sherman) Harwood; born May 6, 1810; died Cincinnati, Ohio, 
October 15, 1875. 

Issue : 

2191. i. George D. Hakwood,^ born Providence, R.I., August 26, 1831; 

died Cincinnati, Ohio, May 20, 1837. 

2192. ii. Edward S. Hakwood,'^ born Providence, R.I., March 9, 1833; died 

Cincinnati, Ohio, March 13, 1833. 

2193. iii. Harriet C. Harwood,* born Providence, R.I., April 7, 1834. 

2194. iv. William S. Harwood,' born Cincinnati, Ohio, January 5, 1837; 

died Cincinnati, Ohio, February 19, 1839. 

2195. V. Crawford Harwood," born Cincinnati, Ohio, November 27, 1839 ; 

died Cincinnati, Ohio, January 25, 1840. 

2196. vi. Adaline C. Harwood,' born Cincinnati, Ohio, November 5, 1840. 

2197. vii. Anna B. Harwood," born Cincinnati, Ohio, May 1, 1843; died Cin- 

cinnati, Ohio, May 2, 1843. 

2198. viii. Gertrude Harwood,' born Cincinnati, Ohio, June 7, 1845. 

1528. Isaac Daggett' {Timothy,^ Brotherton,^ BrotJierton,* 
Joshua,^ Thomas,^ JuJm^), born Edgartown, Mass., June 25, 1798; 
"mariner;" died Eoxbury, Mass., January 25, 1866; married 
Cordelia . 

Issue : 

2199. i. Cordelia Daggett," born 1829. 

2200. ii. Catherine F. Daggett," born Edgartown, Mass., 1834. 

2201. iii. Helen Josephine Daggett," born Fairhaven, Mass., October 11, 


2202. iv. Isaac Herbert Daggett," born Fairhaven, Mass., April 2, 1849. 


Isaac Daggett's will was proved iu 1866. It was dated September 
21, 1855, at which time he calls himself of Faii'haven, " mariner." He 
removed to Roxbury, Mass., and resided on Morelaud street at the 
time of his death. [Norfollv Probate.] 

1532. Brotherton Daggett' (Samuel,^ Hiomas,^ Brotlierlon* 
Joshna," Thomas,^ John^), bom Tisbury, Mass., January 4, 1778; 
died Union, Me., November, 1866; married 1st, 1802, Sarah Kim- 
ball, of Bristol; married 2d, December, 1838, Emily Marshall, 
widow (of Thomastou, Me.), daughter of Mr. Chadwick; died 
Union, Me., October 14, 1844. 

Issue : 

2203. i. Eleanor Martin Daggett,' born Union, Me., January 7, 1804; 

married December 29, 1834, John Oakes. 

2204. ii. William Daggett,* born Union, Me., August 27, 1805; resides 


2205. iii. Mart Daggett,* born Union, Me., May 18, 1808; died Union, Me., 

June 4, 1830. 
220G. iv. SoPHRONiA Daggett,* born Union, Me., March 4, 1810; married 
March 5, 1833, Jonathan D. Breclj; resided Brighton, Mass. (1851). 

2207. r. Orinda Daggett,* born Union, Me., December 26, 1811; married 

Reuben Sherer; resided Thomastou, Me. (1851). 

2208. Ti. Arunah Weston Daggett,* born Union, Me., February 16, 1814. 

2209. yii. Timothy Kimball Daggett,* born Union, Me., February 26, 1816; 

resided Mobile, Ala. 

2210. viii. Eliza Mitchell Daggett,* born Union, Me., August 8, 1818. 

2211. ix. Elvira Daggett," born Union, Me., November 17, 1820; married 

George Hatch, of Thomastou, Me.; had son Charles Hatch,' 22 
South street. New York city (1892). 

2212. X. Brotherton Daggett,* born Union, Me., November 25, 1822; re- 

sided Boston, Mass. 

2213. xi. George Bartlett Daggett,* born Union, Me., August 23, 1824. 

2214. xii. Elisha Harding Daggett,* born Union, Me., September 6, 1827; 

resided Thomastou, Me. 

Brotherton Daggett said, though there had been a store on St. 
George's river, there was not any when he came to Union iu 1789. 
Mr. Daggett is said to have been something of a poet. 

1533. James Daggett ' (Samuel,'^ TJiomas,^ Brotherton,* Joshua,' 
Thomas,- John^), born Tisbiu-y, Mass., September 9, 1779; died 
Hodgdou, Me., June 18, 1858; married Waldoboro', Me., August 
31, 1800, Deborah Upham, of Bristol; born Massachusetts, April 
17, 1784; died Hodgdon, Me., April 28, 1868. 

Issue : 

2215. i. James Daggett,* born Maine, January 22, 1801; died Amity, Me. 

2216. ii. IsA.iC Daggett,* born Maine, November 28, 1803 ; drowned Sheyuda 

Falls, Me., April, 1826. 

2217. iii. Jaeez Daggett,* born Maine, September 9, 1805. 

2218. iv. Deborah Daggett,* born Maine, February 3, 1807; died Suntihago, 

Me., 1834. 

2219. v. Waterman Daggett,* born Maine, September 8, 1809. 

2220. vi. Hiram Daggett,* born Union, Me., August 16, 1811. 


2221. vii. Robert Daggett," born Maine, May 15, 1813. 

2222. Tiii. Abigail Daggett,* born Maine, November 15, 1815 ; married Charles 

Balch ; she died Canton, Mass., July 19, 1852. 

2223. ix. Ebenezer Daggett," born Washington, Me., November 20, 1817. 

2224. X. Benjamin Franklin Daggett," born Wiscasset, Me., September 30, 


2225. xi. Jane Daggett," born Emden, Me., October 1, 1822 ; died Thomaston, 

Me., June 24, 1842. 

2226. xii. William Daggett," born Emden, Me., September 29, 1825; married; 

resides Haverhill, Mass. (1892). 

James Daggett, about 1820, was a pioneer in Aroostook county. 
Me., where he lived the rest of his life. 

1535. Jonathan Daggett' {Samuel,'^ Thomas,^ Brolherlon,* 
Joshua,' Tlionias,^ John'), born Tisbury, Mass., May 20, 1783; died 
Union, Me., 1855; married 1st, 1804, Elizabeth Martin, of St. 
George; married 2d, Mary Robinson, of Belmont, Me. 

Issue : 

2227. i. Athearn DAGGETT,"born Union, Me., September 1, 1805 ; died Union, 

Me., July 5, 1806. 

2228. ii. John Daggett," born Union, Me., August 29, 1806; married Waldo- 

boro'. Me.; issue: two children. 

2229. iii. Wilbert Daggett," born Union, Me., October 30, 1807; married 

Susan Lehr; he died Washington, Me., May 11, 1892. 

2230. iv. JoLiA Ann Daggett," born Union, Me., March 17, 1809 ; died Union, 

Me., August 21, 1814. 

2231. V. Richard Martin Daggett," born Union, Me., January 15, 1811. 

2232. vi. Sarah Daggett," born Union, Me., February 13, 1813; died Union, 

Me., November 7, 1813. 

2233. vii. Silvia Weston Daggett," born Union, Me., August 6, 1814; mar- 

ried Mr. Wing; resided Belmont, Me. (1851). 

2234. viii. Augustus Daggett," married Mary Flanders, of Waldoboro', Me.; 

he died Morrill, Me., February, 1886. 

2235. ix. Robert L. Daggett," born Union, Me., March 12, 1820. 

2236. X. Thomas Daggett," born Washington, Me. ; died young. 

2237. xi. Aramanda Daggett," born Washington, Me., May 22, 1822. 

2288. xii. Margaret Daggett," born Washington, Me.; married Waltham, 
Mass., February 28, 1844, by Rev. John Whitney, to Samuel 
Cousens ; resides Boston, Mass. (1886). 

1536. William Daggett' {Samuel," Thomas,'' Brotherton,* 
Joshua,^ Thomas,'' John'), born Tisbury, Mass., April 9, 1785; 
died Bremen, Me., December 19, 1876 ; married Bristol (now Bremen), 
Me., March 15, 1813, Silvia Church Weston, daughter of Arunah 
and Sarah (Martin) Weston; born Bristol, Me., March 10, 1790; 
died Bremen, Me., March 8, 1888. 

Issue : 

2239. i. Amelia Daggett," born Union, Me., February 26, 1814. 

2240. ii. Sarah Ann Daggett," born Union, Me., August 23, 1815; died 

Bremen, Me., August 9, 1890. 

2241. iii. Jane Tobet Daggett," born Union, Me., October 9, 1818. 

2242. iv. Joshua Daggett," born Union, Me., September 16, 1820. 

2243. v. Nancy Alford Daggett," born Union, Me., October 25, 1822; died 

Bremen, Me., May 5, 1858. 

2244. vi. LucT Weston Daggett," born Union, Me., January 11, 1825. 


2245. vii. Margeky W. Daggett,' born Union, Me., June 22, 1827; died 

Union, Me., January 8, 1828. 

2246. viii. Hikam Daggett,' born Belmont, Me., November 30, 1828. 

2247. ix. Margery Wells Daggett,' born Belmont, Me., June 22, 1830. 

2248. X. William Lleavellyn Daggett," born Belmont, Me., September 26, 

1833; died Bremen, Me., May 22, 1863. 

1537. Samuel Daggett' (Samuel,'^ Thomas,' Brotherton,* 
Joshua,^ T/iomas,^ John^), bom Uuiou, Me., October 15, 1792; 
died Union, Me., October 11, 1846; married 1st, 1817, Priscilla 
Coggan; married 2d, Mi's. Sarah Stetson, widow of Jacob Stetson, 
and daughter of Jacob Wade. 

Issue : 

2249. i. Aogdsta Bachelder Daggett,' born Union, Me., August 24, 1818; 

married 1840, George Barter, of Tbomaston, Me. 

2250. ii. Martha Daggett,' born Union, Me., August 7, 1822; died Union, 

Me., September 16, 1823. 

2251. iii. Hancey Daggett,' born Union, Me., November 6, 1825; died Union, 

Me., September 21, 1842. 

2252. iv. Cyrends Chapin Daggett,' born Union, Me., December 13, 1830. 

Also two others. 

1538. Ebenezer Daggett' (Samuel,'^ Thomas,^ Brotherton,* 
Joshua,^ Thomas,- John^), born Union, Me., August 2, 1797; died 
Washington, Me., August 10, 1887; married 1st, Union, Me., 1819, 
by Walter Bk\ke, Esq., to Margaret Miller, daughter of George and 
Barbara (Hoffs) Miller, of Waldoboro', Me. ; born Waldoboro', Me. ; 
died Union, Me., May 31, 1830; married 2d, Union, Me., June 9, 
1831, by Walter Blake, Esq., to Salome Miller, daughter of George 
and Barbara (Hoffs) Miller, of Waldoboro', Me. ; born Waldoboro', 
Me., 1805; died Union, Me., Jime 9, 1851 ; married 3d, Union, Me., 
by Walter Blake, Esq., to Mrs. Frampton, widow, daughter of Mr. 
Hipp; divorced. 

Issue : 

2253. i. Cyrus Daggett,' boru Union, Me., October 22, 1819; resides Sher- 

man, Me. (1892). 

2254. ii. Thurston Daggett,' born Union, Me., November 28, 1820. 

2255. iii. Elzina Daggett,' born Union, Me., March 31, 1822 ; married Reuben 

Ghentner, of Waldoboro', Me. ; resided Waldoboro' (1851). 

2256. iv. Barbara D. Daggett,' born Union, Me., November 30, 1823; died 

Union, Me., September 5, 1825. 

2257. V. Mary Miller Daggett,' born Union, Me., June 4, 1825; married 

George Robbins, son of Ebenezer Robbing. 

2258. vi. Erastus Daggett,' born Union, Me., April 23, 1827; married June 

11, 1846, Pamela Ripley, of Appleton, Me. 

2259. vii. Daggett," born Union, Me., May 31, 1830; died Union Me 

May 31, 1830. 

2260. viii. Lysander Daggett,' born Union, Me., January 10, 1832; died 

Union, Me., June 10, 1850. 

2261. ix. Charles Miller Daggett,' born Union, Me., March 8, 1834; re- 

sides Terre Haute, Ind. (1892). 
2262.x. Clementine Cole Daggett,' born Union, Me., October 26, 1835; 
married Mr. Lowe; died many years ago (1892). 

208 doggp:tt-daggett family. 

2263. xi. Darics Daggett,' born Union, Me., March 18, 1838; died in the 


2264. xii. Harriet Dickkt Daggett,"* married Mr. Janes; resides Lawrence, 

Mass. (1892). 

2265. xiii. Daughter Daggett, ' died. 

2266. xiy. LnciDS Chandler Daggett,' resides Rockland, Me. (1892). 

2267. XV. Angelia Daggett,^ born Rockland, Me., 1847. 

1539. Daniel Weston Daggett' (Samuel,'^ Thomas,^ Brother- 
ton,\Toshua,^ Thomas,^ John'), bom Uuiou, Me., May 19, 1800; 
died Union, Me., April 4, 1833; married Union, Me., Decembers, 
1827, Lydia Jameson, daughter of Brice Jameson, of "Warren, Me. ; 
born Warren, Me., 1802. 

Issue : 

2268.1. OziAS Daggett,' born Union, Mc., September 29, 1828; died Union, 
Me., February 2, 1830. 

2269. ii. Daniel O. Daggett,' born Union, Me., January 18, 1831. 

Mrs. Daggett married 2d, Job Casewell, October, 1835. He was 
born 1787, and was of Minot, Me. 

1542. Capt. Thomas Daggett ' {Thomas,'^ Thomas,^ Bi-othcrton,* 
Joshua,^ Thomas,- John '), born June 4, 1788 ; died New York city ; 
married New Y'ork city, Martha Maidman ; born 1796; died Union, 
Me., August 23, 1818. 

Issue : 

2270. i. Daggett,' died Union, Me., young. 

Capt. Tliomas Daggett was a farmer in Searsmont, Me. He went 
to sea as mate of a vessel, and became acquainted on his voyage from 
England with an English lady, whom he married in New Y'ork and 
returned with her to his farm. She spent the last weeks of her life 
at his father's in Uuiou. After the death of his wife, Captain Dag- 
gett went to his wife's kindred in New Y'ork, where he engaged in 
business and died. 

1544. Edmund Daggett' {Thomas,'^ Thomas,^ Brotlierton,^ 
Joshua,^ Thomas,- John' ), born Union, Me., August 23, 1792; 
married 1818, Deborah Keeue, daughter of Josiah Keene, of Cam- 
den, Me. 

Issue : 

2271. i. Frederic K. Daggett,' born Union, Me., August 13, 1819. 

2272. ii. Martha Daggett,' born March 7, 1821 ; died March 16, 1823. 

2273. iii. Thomas Daggett,' born May 4, 1822; died Philadelphia, Pa. 

2274. iv. Ephraim Gav Daggett,' born July 31, 1824; died Roxbury, Mass., 

June 7, 1851. 

2275. T. Freeman Ldce Daggett,' born Union, Me., February 8, 1827; mu- 

sician; married; died Boston, Mass., July 12, 1873. 

2276. vi. Lucinda Daggett,' born March 26, 1828; died October 1, 1831. 

2277. vii. John Sibley Daggett,' born February 7, 1830; student at Bowdoin 

College in 1851. 


2278. viii. Sarah Gat Daggett,* born January 25, 1832; married 1849, John 

Rich; resided Hope, Me. (1851). 

2279. ix. Patience Hewett Daggett," born June 1, 1834; died young. 

2280. X. Esther Daggett.' 

2281. xi. Mart Daggett.' 

2282. xii. Helen Daggett." 

2283. xiii. Caroline F. Daggett,' born Hope, Me., 1842. 

1547. Ruth Daggett' {Aaron,'' Thomas,^ Brotherton," JosJma,'' 
Thomas,- John '), born Union, Me., January 1, 1792; married 1816, 
Jacob Kiihu, of Waldoboro', Me. 

Issue : 

2284. i. William Harriman Kuhn." 

2285. 11. Peter Kuhn,' died at sea. 

2286. ill. Albert Kuhn.' 

2287. iv. Glleert Kuhn." 

2288. T. Almond Orlando KnHN.' 

1548. Olive Daggett' {Aaron,'' Thomas,' Brotherton,^ Joshua,^ 
Thomas,- John '), born Union, Me., February 2, 1794; married Jan- 
uary 8, 1818, George Clouse, of Waldoboro', Me. ; died November 
22, 1825. 

Issue : 

2289. i. Horatio Nelson Clouse," born Waldoboro' (?), Me., April 22, 1822; 

resides Union, Me. 

2290. ii. Angelica Frances,' born Waldoboro' (?), Me., September 2, 


1549. Margaret Daggett' {Aaron,'' Thomas,' Brotherton,* 
Joshua,^ Thoinas,- John'), born Union, Me., July 17, 179G; married 
1819, Peleg Wiley. 

Issue : 

2291. i. Almira Wiley.' 

2292. ii. Aaron Daggett Wiley.' 

2293. lii. Ephraim Wiley.' 

2294. iv. William Hotey Wiley.' 

2295. T. Jacob Kuhn Wiley.' 

2296. vi. Peleg Wiley.' 

2297. vii. Rebecca Wiley,' died. 

2298. viii. Charles Wiley,' died. 

2299. ix. Ruth Kuhn Wiley.' 

1553. Lucy Daggett' {Aaron," Thomas,^ Brotherto7i,* Joshua,^ 
Tliomas,^ John'), horn Union, Me., November 10, 1802; married 
Abraham Gushee, of Hope, Me. 

Issue : 

2300. i. Frederick Augustus Gushee,' born August, 1825. 

2301. ii. Louis.v Gushee,' died young. 

2302. iii. Rebecca Gushee,' married Elijali Ripley, of Hope, Me. ; issue r 

Frederick Ripley,' born July 5, 1847. 

2303. iv. Almond Gushee.' 

2304. V. Ambrose Gushee.' 

2305. vi. Elijah Daggett Gushee.' 


1553. Elijah A. Daggett' {Aaron,^ Thomas,' Brotltprton,* 
Joshua,^ Thomas,- John'), bora Union, Me., March 2, 180G ; mar- 
ried Ruth Ann Waters, of Jefferson, Me. 

Issue : 

2306. i. Ann Daggett,' born May 28, 1847. 

2307. ii. Atheakn Daggett.' 

Dr. Elijah A. Daggett, a physician in Waldoboro' ; M.D. at 
Bowdoin College, 1833. 

1554. Aaron Athearn Daggett' {Aaron,'' Thomas,^ Brother- 
ton," Joshua,,^ Thomas,' John'), born Union, Me., December 17, 
1808 ; married Bethiah Thompson, daughter of William Thompson. 

Issue : 

2308. 1. Simon Elijah Daggett,' born JefEerson, Me. 

2309. ii. Daughter Daggett;' died Appleton, Me. 

2310. iii. Emeline Oreville Daggett,' died 1849. 

2311. iv. Morrill Stanford Daggett,' born 1845; died 1849. 

2312. V. Augusta Daggett,' died 1849. 

1557. Hekry Daggett ' {Tristram,^ Elijah,^ Brotherlon," Joshia,^ 
Thomas,^ John'), born Industry, Me., May 27, 1789 ; died Wells- 
ville, Pa., AprO 12, 1857; married Industry, Me., June 22, 1810, by 
Rev. Mr. Hutchius, to Abigail B. Cleveland, daughter of Jothan and 
Polly (Burns) Cleveland; born Emden, Me., June 5, 1796; died 
Bangor, Me., November 2, 1878. 

Issue : 

2313. i. Jane Daggett,' born Industry, Me. 

2314. ii. Jothan Cleveland Daggett,' born Industry, Me. 

2315. iii. Tristram Daggett,' born Industry, Me. 

2316. iv. James Daggett,' born Industry, Me.; died Industry, Me. 

2317. V. Mary Daggett,' born Industry, Me.; married Mr. Elliott; resides 

Garland, Me. (1893) ; has son William D. Elliott." 

2318. vi. Joseph Daggett,' born Industry, Me. 

2319. vii. Merct Daggett,' born Industry, Me. 

2320. viii. Abigail Daggett,' born Emden, Me. 

2321. ix. Edivin Daggett,' born Bingham, Me. 

2322. X. Emily Daggett,' born Bingham, Me. 

Mr. Daggett was a farmer, resided at Levant, Me., and at one 
time was chairman of the Board of Selectmen. 

1559. Abigail Daggett ' ( Tristram," Elijah,^ Brotherton,* 
Joshua,^ Thomas,' John'), born Industry, Me., July 22, 1793; died 
Lee, Me., January 6, 1884; married Industrj', Me., October 29, 
1814, Capt. Jabez Norton, son of Jabez and Phebe (Luce) Norton; 
born Edgartown, Mass., August 22, 1777; died Lee, Me., April 9, 

Issue : 

2323. i. Tristram Norton,' born Industry, Me. ; died aged eleven yeiirs. 

2324. ii. Benjamin Norton,' born Industry, Me., December 25, 1820; mar- 

ried Roxana Patterson; resided, at one time, Brunswick, Minn. 


2325. iii. Clementine Norton,^ born Industry, Me.; married Charles Web- 

ber; resides Springfield, Me. (1S92). 

2326. It. George Butler Norton,' born Industry, Me., March 3, 1826; 

married December 3, 1854, Minerva Gatchell, daughter of Albert 
S. and Lydia S. (Staples) Gatchell; he died Prae City, Minn., Feb- 
ruary 9, 1873. Five children. 

2327. V. Hannah L. Norton,^ born Industry, Me., June 29, 1828; married 

January 9, Rufus W. Noble, son of Isaac and Mary (Coffin) 
Noble; blacksmith; resides Summer street, Portland, Me. (1892). 

2328. vi. Harrison Allen Norton,' born Industry, Me., March 17, 1831; 

married February 2, 1856, Lucy S. Dwelley, daughter of .Allen and 
Polly (Hodges) Dwelley. She born Springfield, Me., February 4, 
1824; farmer; resides Lee, Me. (1892), Fire children. 

2329. vii. Simon Lowell Norton,' born Lee, Me., June 29, 1833; married 

April, 1858, Angeline Merrill (born Lee, Me., December 13, 1837; 
died Lee, Me., January 27, 1881), daughter of James and Mary 
(Hewey) Merrill. Mr. Norton served in the Civil War. Is lum- 
berman and farmer ; resides Minnesota. Seven children. 

2330. viii. Ctkus Douglas Norton,' born Lee, Me., May 28, 1836; resided, at 

one time, near Atken, Minn. 

Captain Norton, while a resident of Industry, was selectman and 
captain of the militia. He was one of the best of men, mild in man- 
ner, conscientious in the discharge of his duty. 

1562. Teistkam Daggett' [Trl-^tnini.''' Elijah,'' Brolherton," 
Joahna," Thomas,- John'), born Iiiduslrv, 'Mc, June 8, 1799; died 
Dexter, Me., November 27, l.s;J(; ; nuinied Maine, April 30, 1823, 
Martha Luce, daughter of Alsbnry and Mary (Burgess) Luce ; died 
Dexter, Me., March, 1873. 

Issue : 

2331. i. Timothy Daggett,* born Industry, Me., March 20, 1824. 

2332. ii. Nathan Luce Daggett,' born Industry, Me., April 18, 1825. 

2333. iii. Martha Ann Daggett,' born St. Albans, Me., October, 1826; died 

Dexter, Me., about 1840. 

2334. iv. Lydia Ann Daggett," born Dexter, Me., 1828; married a sea captain, 

1850; died Martha's Vineyard, Mass., December, 1851. 

2335. V. Susan Jane Daggett,' born Dexter, Me., 1830. 

2336. vi. Amanda Jordan Daggett,' born Dexter, Me., 1832; married Novem- 

ber 28, 1872, Rufus Washburn; resides Gloversville, N.T. (1892); 
no issue. 

Mr. Daggett was a farmer. He lived in Industry, St. Albans, and 

1563. Timothy Daggett' {Tristram,'^ Elijah,'^ Brolherton,* 
Joshua,^ Thomas,'' John^), born Industry, Me., May 26, 1802; died 
Ripley, Me., July 31, 1879 ; married Industry, Me., November 29, 
1838, Thankful Merry, daughter of Asa and Sally (Bartlett) Merry; 
born New Vineyard, Me., July 8, 1817; died Parkman, Me., July 
13, 1867. 

2337. i. Mary Luce Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me., August 8, 1839. 

2338. ii. Tristram Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me., January 2, 1841. 

2339. iii. Sarah Jane Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me., October 23, 1843 ; 

died Parkman, Me., June 11, 1863. 


2340. iv. Asa Merry Daggett,*' born Parkman, Me., July 22, 1845. 

2341. V. Catharine Amanda Daggett,* born Parkman, Me., May 31, 1848. 

2342. vi. William Merry Daggett," born Parkman, Me., March 24, 1851; 

resides Pecos, Tex. (1892). ■ 

2343. Tu. Clara Ella Daggett,* born Parkman, Me., June 14, 1854; resides 

Norway, Me. (1892). 

Timothy Daggett, at the age of seventeen, left home to seek his 
fortune. For thirteen years he followed the sea, alternating with 
work on a farm. 

He owned several pieces of real estate in Industry at different 
times. He moved to Parkman in 1845, where he owned different 
farms, and resided there until 1874, when he disposed of his property 
and moved to Ripley, where he died. 

1566. LuciNDA Daggett' (EliJaJt,'' Elijah," Brotherton,^ JosJnni,^ 
Tliomas,^ John'), born Martha's Vineyard, Mass.; died New Vine- 
yard, Me. ; married October 2, 1806, Henry Butler, son of Henry 
and Mehitable (Norton) Butler, of New Vineyard, Me. ; " farmer; " 
died Boston, Mass., aged seventy-four years. 

Issue : 

2344. i. .JosiAH Butler,* born New Vineyard, Me., August 28, 1807; married 

(published March 29, 1834) Lucy Jane Waugh (born Stark, Me., 
July 25, 1810), daughter of Elijah and Sophia (Ferrand) Waugh, 
of Stark. 

2345. ii. John Gray Butler,* born New Vineyard, Me., January 28, 1811; 

married Dolly SteTens ; resides Milo, Me. (1892). 
234G. ill. Abigail Daggett Butler,* born New Vineyard, Me., February 10, 
1813; resides Boston, Mass. (1892). 

2347. iv. James Madison Butler,* born New Vineyard, Me., March 19, 1815; 

married November 16, 1844, Sarsih Ann Bloomer, of South Sodus, 
N.Y., daughter of Daniel and Phebe Bloomer; resides Hemlock 
Lake, N.Y. (1892) ; one child. 

2348. V. Samuel Daggett Butler,* born New Vineyard, Me., July 4, 1817; 

married Sophronia Williams, of Solon, Me. ; went to New York. 

2349. vi. Warren Smith Butler,* born New Vineyard, Me., July 28, 1821 ; 

married Eliza M. Bates (born New Vineyard, October 15, 1831); 
private. Company D, Seventeenth Regiment Maine Infantry; resided 
in Lewiston, Me., at one time. 

2350. vii. Henry Butler,* born New Vineyard, Me. ; married (published July 

2, 1846) Patience Bray, of Anson; resides Solon, Me. (1892). 

2351. viii. Francis Caldwell Butler,* born New Vineyard, Me., October 10, 

1824; resided, at one time. Eureka, Cal. 

2352. ix. LuciNDA Butler,* born New Vineyard, Me., Augusts, 1827; married 

Samuel Elder. 

1568. Sarah Daggett' {Elijah,^ Elyah,'' Brotherton," JosMia,^ 
Thomas,^ John'), bom Martha's Vineyard, December 7, 1792; went 
West; married Industry, Me., December 18, 1817, Levi Greenleaf, 
son of Dea. Levi and Polly (Willard) Greenleaf; born Industry,^ 
Me., May 11, 1797. 

Issue : 

2353. i. Ann Churchill Greenleaf,' born Industry, Me., September 15, 

1818; died Industry, Me., September 22, 1840. 


2354. ii. Isaac S. Geeenleap," born Industry, Me., July 2, 1820. 

2355. iii. Esther D. Greenleaf,' born Industry, Me., January 16, 1822; died 

Industry, Me., June 10, 1841. 

2356. iT. Emma Greenleaf,*" born Industry, Me., March 5, 1824. 

2357. V. William C. Greenleaf," born Industry, Me., May 31, 1826. 

2358. vi. John Geeenleaf,* born Industry, Me., April 28, 1828. 

2359. rii. Sarah Greenleaf,* born Industry, Me., December 19, 1830. 

2360. viii. Cordelia W. Gkeenleap,' born Industry, Me., July 11, 1833. 

2361. ix. Levi Greenleaf,* born Industry, Me., June 23, 1835. 

1571. Samuel S. Daggett' {Elijah,^ Elijah," Brotlierton,* 
Joshua,^ Thomas,^ John^), bom Tisbury, Mass., 1799; "shoe- 
maker;" died Edgartown, Mass., September 15, 1879; married 1st, 
Nantucket, Mass., July 10, 1823, by Rev. S. F. Swift, to Lydia 

Giles; married 2d, ■ ; married 3d, Fairhaven, Mass., December 

1, 1857, by Johu A. Hawes, J.P., to Amelia Whitfield, daughter of 
Joseph and Parnel Whitfield; born Fairhaven, Mass., 1791; died 
Edgartown, Mass., February 19, 1869. 

Issue : 
2362. i. Samuel S. Daggett,' born Nantucket, Mass., 1825. 

Samuel S. Daggett was a man of more than ordinary ability, and 
was mate on a brig in the merchant service. Had an accident by 
which he injured one of his heels ; then learned the shoemaker's trade, 
and lived in Nantucket and Edgartown. 

1576. Nancy Atheakn Daggett' (Matthew,^ Elijah," Brother- 
ton,'' Joshua,^ Thomas,^ John '), born Warren, Me., December 1, 
1799; died Union, Me., February 16, 1827; married Warren, Me., 
May 4, 1820, Reuben Alford, son of Dea. Love and Lydia 
(Montgomery) Alford; born Warren, Me., March 24, 1800; died 
Oldtown, Me., October 7, 1834. 

Issue : 

2863. i. Edmund Bu.xton Alford,' born Warren, Me., February 2, 1821. 
2364. ii. Lydia North Alford,' born Searsraont, Me., June 12, 1823. 

1578. Thomas Gilbert Daggett ' (James," Jethro," Brotherton,* 
Joshua,^ TJiovias,^ John'), born Dighton, Mass., March 2, 1795; 
"watchmaker;" died Providence, R. I., February 1, 1871; married 
Cumberland, R.I., June 2, 1839, by Rev. Benj. H. Davis, to Frances 
C. Streeter. 

1580. Jethro Davis Daggett ' {James," Jethro,' Brotherton,* 
Joshua," Thomas,'' John'), born Rehoboth, Mass., August 27, 1802; 
" carpenter; " died Pro%'idence, R.I., October 22, 1868 ; married New- 
Bedford, Mass., January, 1830, by Wm. Cole, to Phebe Maxfleld, 


daughter of Warren and Ruby Maxfield ; born ISIO; died New 
Bedford, Mass., December 10, 1854. 
Issue : 

2365. i. Hannah P. Daggett,^ born New Bedford, Mass., 1831. 

2366. ii. Elizabeth Daggett,* born New Bedford, Mass.. 1831. 

2367. iii. Rebecca S. Daggett,' born New Bedford, Mass., 1835. 

1589. William Dagoett ' (Peter,^ Ebenezer,^ [John,* Joseph,^ 
Joseph,- John''] (?)), born Tisbury, Mass., August 8, 1792; 
"farmer;" died PhiUips, Me., June 25, 1879; married November, 
1814, Charity Barker, of New Vineyard; bom Bowdoiu, Me., 1793. 

Issue : 

2368. i. AuBELiA Daggett,* born Strong, Me., February 23, 1817; died Phil- 

lips, Me., March 7, 1812. 

2369. ii. Dennis Daggett,* born Phillips, Me., March 11, 1821. 

2370. iii. Rachel Daggett,* born Phillips, Me., September 30, 1824; married 

1st, Shepard Ramsdell; married 2d, December 31, 1870, Ezra R. 
Wright; born Lewiston, Me., 1829; resides Phillips, Me. (1893). 

2371. iv. Paulina Daggett,* born Phillips, Me., July 11, 1829. 

1590. Capt. Plamentin Daggett' {Peter,^ Ebenezer," [John," 
Jose2}h,' Joseph,- John '] (?)), born Industry, Me., May 5, 1795 ; died 
Strong, Me., March 28, 1866; married Industry, Me., February 21, 
1822, Hannah Snow, daughter of Ezekiel and Hannah (Pratt) Snow; 
born New Vineyard, Me., September 12, 1799; died New Vineyard, 
Me., September 7, 1862. 

Issue : 

2372. i. Ezekiel Snow Daggett,* born New Vineyard, Me., February 7, 

1823; died New Vineyard, Me., February 25, 1858. 

2373. ii. Plamentin Daggett,* born New Vineyard, Me., May 3, 1825. 

2374. iii. Albert Daggett,* born New Vineyard, Me., June 13, 1827. 

2375. iv. Oliver Cromwell Daggett,* born New Vineyard, Me., April 20, 

1830; died New Vineyard, Me., April 3, 1847. 

2376. V. Washington Libbet Daggett,* born New Vineyard, Me., May 6, 


2377. vi. Hannah Snow Daggett,* born New Vineyard, Me., .Tanuary 14, 1839. 

" Capt. Plamentin Daggett, in early manhood, served in the war of 
1812, and subsequently settled in New Vineyard, clearing a large 
farm, where he made a pleasant home for more than forty years. 
His wife, a lady of strong mind and sterling qualities, reared a family 
of five sons and one daughter. He was prominently identified with 
the growth of his town and its public interests. He held many public 
offices in the town, and was long regarded as one of its most respected 
and influential citizens. In the early years of the State mUitia he was 
commissioned commander of the New Vineyard Light Infantry, and 
the name of Captain Daggett became familiar in the military circles 
of Franklin county. Religiously he was a Methodist ; politically an 
early Democrat, but cast one of the first Free Soil ballots of his 


town, and was a member of the coaveutiou in Strong which organized 
tlie Republican party." 

1591. Jonathan Luce Daggett' {Peter," Eheiiezer,' [John,* 
Joseph,^ Joseiih," John '] (?)), born Industry, Me., October 11, 1797; 
married Sally Carle; born Saco, Me., 1793. 

Issue : 
2378. i. Mary Daggett,^ born Chesterville, Me., October 20, 1821. 
2;!70. ii. Jonathan Daggett,'* born Chesterville, Me., February 13, 1823. 

1592. Leandee Daggett ' {Peter," Ebenezer,' [John,* Joseph,'^ 
Joseph,- John '] (?)), born Industry, Me., May 15, 1799 ; died New 
Vineyard, Me., November 23, 1868; married March 16, 1826, Mar- 
garet Anderson, daughter of William Anderson, of New Vineyard ; 
born Lewiston, Me., October 27, 1806. 

Issue : 

2380. i. Maky Ann Daggett," born New Vineyard, Me., March 13, 1827. 

2381. ii. "William Anderson Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me., April 11, 

1831; died New Vineyard, Me., October 31, 1858. 

2382. iii. Leander Daggett," born New Vineyard, Me., October 10, 1811. 

1593. Albert Daggett' {Peter," Ebenezer,' [^John,* Joseph,' 
Joseph,- John '] (?)), born Industry, Me., July 8, 1801 ; died Man- 
chester, Me., November 25, 1878; married Rochester, Mass., August 
1, 1826, Elizabeth S. Cannon; born Rochester, Mass., 1804; died 
Manchester, Me., June 12, 1861. 

Issue : 

2383. i. Albert Daggett,^ born Rochester, Mass., May 17, 1827. 

2384. ii. Plamentin Daggett, » born Rochester, Mass., December 17, 1828. 

2385. iii. Elizabeth .Snow Daggett,' born Rochester, Mass., December 25, 


2386. iv. Harriet Sophia Daggett,* born Rochester, Mass., April 8, 1832; 

died Rochester, Mass., June 29, 1838. 

2387. r. Martha J.vne Daggett," born Rochester, Mass., January 23, 1834. 

1596. L.wiNA Daggett' {Peter," Ebenezer,' [John," Joseph,' 
Joseph,^ John '](?)), born Industry, Me., March 23, 1812 ; died New 
Vineyard, Me., May 6, 1834; married Industry, Me., December, 
1830, Jacob Clark, son of Jacob and Catherine E. (Bean) Clark; 
"farmer;" bom New Vineyard, Me., August 14, 1810; died Lex- 
ington, Me., September 7, 1884. 

Issue : 

2388. i. Hannah Catherine Clark,' married Alfred Pierce; resides New 

Richmond, Wis. (1892). 

2389. ii. Charles Clark,' born January 21, 1834; married 1859, Olive Ch.ise; 

died March 3, 1868. 

1597. Jonathan Luce' {Hannah Daggett," Ebenezer * \_John,* 
Joseph,^ Joseph,^ Jo/tn '] (?)), born Industry, Me., December 12, 


1797 ; died Ausoii, Me., March 27, 1867 ; married 1st, May 16, 1821, 
Eliza Bryar, daughter of Andrew aud Ruth Bryar, of Tamworth, 
N.H. ; born 1798; died Anson, Me., August 7, 1838; married 2d, 
October 2, 1838, Sally B. Merry, daughter of Asa and Sally (Bart- 
lett) Merry; born New Vineyard, Me., 1804. 
Issue : 

2300. i. Mary Jane Luce," born Industry, Me., 1822; died November 3, 

2391. ii. Leonard Luce,^ born Industry, Me., June 17, 1825; married May 

13, 1851, Lois M. Currier, daughter of David and Lydia (Brown) 

2392. iii. George Luce,' torn Anson, Me.; married Hannah Viles, daughter 

of Fisher and Hannah (Luce) Viles. 

2393. iv. John P. Luce," born Anson, Me., July 24, 1829; married March 31, 

1857, Melvina O. Viles, daughter of Fisher aud Hannah (Luce) 

2394. v. Philena Ldce,^ born Anson, Me.; married Sanborn L. Viles, son of 

Fisher and Hannah (Luce) Viles. No. 2410. 

2395. vi. Eeen Luce,' born .\nson. Me., November, 1837; died Anson, Me., 

October 9, 18.38. 
239G. vii. Charles Llewellyn Luce,' born Anson, Me. ; married Julia Walker. 

1598. Leonard Luce' {Hannnh Daygett,^ Ebenezer'" [Jo/iH,'' 
Joseph.,^ Joseph,- Jolin^~\{'i)), born Industry, Me., November 17, 
1799; died Industry, Me., September 18, 1852; married 1st, Septem- 
ber 25, 1827, Susan Butler West, daughter of Peter, Jr., and Anna 
(Butler) West; born Industry, Me., March 10, 1809; died Industry, 
Me., November 27, 1843; married 2d, November, 1844, Elizabeth 
N. Sprague, of Farmington. 

Issue : 

2397. i. Tamson Cottle Luce,' born Industry, Me., August 15, 1828 ; married 

November, 1852, Benjamin G. Eveleth, son of Joseph and Eunice 
(Gennings) Eveleth. 

2398. ii. John West Ldce,' born Industry, Me., June 19, 1832; married No- 

vember 10, 1854, Harriet M. Manny, of Middlebury, Vt. 

2399. iii. Leonard Murky Luce,' born Industry, Me., February 20, 1834 ; died 

Industry, Me., October 31, 1837. 

2400. iv. Hannah Daggett Luce,' born Industry, Me., October 12, 1836; 

married Mr. Edwards. 

2401. V. Leonard Hannibal Luce,' born Industry, Me., February 10, ; 

married November 24, 1864, Mary B. Merry, daughter of David and 
Betsey (Remick) Merry. 

1599. Eliza Luce' (Hannah Daggett,^ Ebenezer,^ l_John,* 
Joseph,^ Joseph,^ John^'\{'i)), boi'n Industry, Me., November 30, 
1801; died Stark, Me., December 10, 1886; married May 9, 1822, 
Jonathan Merry, son of Asa and Sally (Bartlett) Merry ; farmer and 
shoemaker; born New Vineyard, Me., December 29, 1798; died 
Stark, Me., May 7, 1872. 

Issue : 

2402. i. Hannah Daggett Merry,' born Industry, Me., September 29, 1824; 

married James Rhoety ; resides Rockland, Me. (1892). 


2403. ii. Cle5ie>-tine Ai.lkn Merky,* born Industry, Me., February 25, 

1821) ; married 1st, Thomas I'elton, sou of Thomas and Betsey 
(Gray) Pelton, of Anson; married 2d, Augustine Crowell or Crom- 
well; resides Gloucester, Mass. (1892). 

2404. iii. Asa Merry,* born Industry, Me-., January 2, 1828; married April 

13, 1853, Mary Viletta Wood, daughter of Silas and Mary F. (Boy- 
inton) Wood, of Stark, Me. 

2405. iv. EoNiCE Chase Merry," born Anson, Me., May 22, 1831 ; married 

Elias Burrell ( ?) ; she died Abiiiijton, Mass., April 2S, 1852. 
240G. V. Eliza Ln e Mekuy," born Anson, Me., August II, 1833; married 
Charles Dill; slic died Kocklaud, Mass., March 12, 1877. 

2407. vi. Sophia Jane Merry, ^ born Anson, Me., August 2, 1835; died An- 

son, Me., 1838. 

2408. vii. J.vNE Claghorn Merry,' born Anson, Me., January 5, 1838; mar- 

ried lst,Jophanus H. Davis, son of James, Jr., and Abigail (Hobbs- 
Boardman) Davis ; married 2d, Charles Dill, above mentioned. 

2409. viii. Deborah Butler Merry,* born Anson, Me., January 21, 1843; 

married 1st, Marcli 20, 1862, Menzir B. Merry, son of David and 
Betsey (Reniick) Merry; married 2d, William Tarbox; resides 
Lewiston, Me. (1892). 

1600. Hannah Luce' {Hannah Daggett,^ Ehenezer" [John,* 
Joseph,'' Joseph,^ Jo/tft '](?)), bom Industry, Me., Jiily 22, 1804; 
died October 7, 1877; married (published December 9, 1828) Fisher 
Viles, son of Joseph and Sarah (Hancock) Viles ; farmer; resided in 
Anson and Industry; boru Orlaud, Me., July 27, 1804; died April 
22, 1882. 

Issue : 

2410. i. Sanborn Luce Viles,^ born 1829 ; married Philena Luce, g.v. ; sol- 

dier. Company A, Twenty-eighth Maine Regiment; died August 6, 

2411. ii. Sus-\N T. Viles,' married October 3, 1849, Joel S. Yeaton, of New 

Portland; resides Nebraska (1892). 

2412. iii. Hannah Viles,' married George Luce, q.-v. No. 2392. 

2413. iv. Melvin Vlles," married May 18, 1862, M. Ann Bruce, daughter of 

Hollis and Matilda (Allen) Bruce. 

2414. V. Melvina O. Viles,' married John P. Luce, q.v. No. 2393. 

2415. vi. Eliza Viles,' married October 20, 1867, Lorenzo Watson, son of 

Simeon and Olive (Patterson) Watson, of Stark; resides Industry, 
Me. (1892). 

2416. vii. Adaline Viles,' married William H. Luce, Jr. 

1602. 8.4.RAH D.4.GGETT' {John,'' John" [John,* Joseph,'' Joseph," 
Jo/(/( '](?)), born New Vineyard, Me., January 5, 1816; resides 
West's Mills, Me. (1887) ; married October 24, 1841, Isaac Elder, 
son of Joseph and Ruth (Quint) Elder ; farmer. 

Issue : 

2417. i. John Daggett Elder,' born New Vineyard, Me., November 10, 

1842; "Company I, Ninth Maine Regiment;" died Hilton Head, 
S.C, June 5, 1863. 

2418. ii. Joseph Elder," born Industry, Me., August 26, 1844; married 1st 

(published September 4, 1864), Betsey Houghton, of Anson; mar- 
ried 2d, June 1, 1886, Adalaide A. Manter, daughter of Hiram and 
Jane (Atkinson) Manter; farmer; resides Industry, Me. (1S1I2). 

2419. iii. Mary Deborah Elder,' born Anson, Me., April 10, 1846; married 

Charles Jeffers, son of Thomas and Sarah (Kennedy) Jeffers. 


2-1:20. iv. Dolly Elder," born Anson, Me.; died young. 

2^21. V. Sarah Louisa Elder," born Anson, Me., June 7, 1852; married 
(published December 23, 1874) Charles W. Shaw, son of Samuel 
and Betsey (Manter) Shaw. 

2422. vi. Lucy Jane Elder," born Anson, Me., April 20, 1856; married Octo- 
ber 10, 1886, Benjamin W. Seavey, son of Alvin and Mary Seavey. 

1603. John Atwell Daggett' { John, ^ John' \_John,* Joseph,^ 
Joseph,' John '] (?)), born New Vineyard, Me., August 24, 1819 ; re- 
sides Industry, Me. (1892) ; married December 15, 1845, Cynthia P. 
Furbush, daugliter of Ivory and Sarali (Haskell) Furlmsli, of Salem. 

Issue : 

2123. i. John Fred Daggett," born Industry, Me., August 24, 1847. 

2424. ii. Son Daggett," born Industry, Me., September 10, 1848; died 

December 6, 1848. 

2425. iii. I. Hovey Daggett," born Industry, Me., April 8, 1851; died Jan- 

uary 17, 1870. 

2426. iv, C. Emma Daggett," born Temple, Me., February 2, 1856; died 

Salem, Me., February 9, 1862. 

2427. V. Frank A. Daggett," born Salem, Me., November 6, 1859; died 

December 3, 1860. 

2428. vi. Martha E. Daggett," born Salem, Me., June 22, 1861; married 

March 7, 1885, Ward Burns, son of William and Phebe (Ward) 
Burns; born November 21, 1860. He, farmer, selectman; resides 
Industry, Me. (1892). 

2429. vii. Mary Jane Daggett,* born Industry, Me., October 2, 1864; married 

December 24, 1889, Eugene L. Smith, son of Joseph W. and Lydia 
A. (Daggett) Smith. 

2430. viii. Capitola Daggett," born Industry, Me., September 8, 1866. 

1606. William Riley Daggett' {John,^ John^ ^./ohn," Joseph,^ 
Joseph,- John^~\ (?)), born New Vineyard, Me.; resides California, 
if living; married (published August 18, 1848) Mary T. Viles, 
daughter of Leonard and Annah (Bray) Viles; born May 5, 1832; 
resides Lewiston, Me. (1892). 

Issue : 

2431. i. Warren Marshall Daggett," born Industry, Me., August 4, 1855; 

married August 25, 1884, Estella Ranger, daughter of Lafayette and 
Sarah (Gardner') Ranger, of Wilton; issue: daughter born Septem- 
ber 4, 1800; resides Farmington, Me. (1892). 

2432. ii. Charles H. Beck Daggett," born Industry, Me., March 25, 1858; 

married Mrs. Sarah Hutchius ; resides Livermore Falls, Me. (1892). 

1607. Wakren Daggett ' [John," John ^ \_John,'^ Joseph,^ Joseph,'^ 
John '2 (?)), born New Vineyard, Me., May 1, 1829 ; died Industry, 
Me., January 31, 1883; married New Vineyard, Me., July 15, 1855, 
Jane W. Ramsdell, daughter of John and Catherine (Hutehins) 

Issue : 

2433. i. Cassia Jane Daggett," born Anson, Me., April 1, 18 — . 

2434. ii. Hiram Daggett," born Anson, Me., June 4, 1862; resides Industry, 

Me. (1892). 


2435. iii. Sarah Elder Daggett,' born Anson, Me., July 11, 1863; married 
April 27, 1887, Edward A. Plilton, son of Benjamin F. and Mary 
(Furber) Hilton, of Stark, Me. ; two children (1802). 

•irsa. iv. Ella Miller Daggett,^ born Anson, Me., December 28, 1864. 

2437. V. Emma Daggett,^ born Anson, Me., February 29, 1867; married July 

5. 1886, William C. Watson, son of Joseph and Emma (Coglan) 

2438. vi. Anna Love Daggett,' born Industry, Me., December 25, 1870; mar- 

ried Charles Haynes ; resides Oakland, Me. (1892) ; children. 

2439. vii. Frances Elmira"Daggett,' born Industry, Me., July 20, 1873. 

Mrs. Daggett married 2d, April 26, 1886, Eli Hawes, of Ausou. 

1608. Ann Cordelia Daggett' {Jolin,^ John' [Jo/oi," Joseph,^ 
Joseph,- John '] (?)), born New Vineyard, Me., March 6, 1838; re- 
sides Anson, Me. (1803); married 1859, Nelson W. Fish, son of 
Nathan and Rhoda (Walker) Fish, of Anson; " farmer." 

Issue : 
24J0. i. Daughter Fish,' born Anson, Me. ; died young. 

2441. ii. Helen Gusta Fish," born Anson, Me., April 18, 1861; married John 

H. Jeffreys, son of John and Ann D. (Kyant) Jeffreys, of Industry. 

2442. iii. Alvin Tinkman Fish," born Anson, Me., May 16, 1865; married 

October 13, 1885, Elvira A. Spencer, daughter of Sylvester and 
Matilda (Watson) Spencer, of Anson. 

2443. iv. Nelson John Fish," born Anson, Me., March 6, 1873. 

2444. V. Daughter Fish," died in infancy. 



1610. Edwin Oscak Daggett' {Jefferson,'' Jacob,^ Daniel,^ 
hrael,* Jose2oh,^ John," John^), born Seekonk, Mass., March 5, 
1829; resides Pawtucket, R.I. (1892); married Enst Providence, 
R.I., November 16, 1865, Hannah Elzada Perrin, daughter of Thomas 
and Hannah Bliss (Drown) Perrin; born Seekonk, Mass., March 
30, 1832. 

1611. Anna Judson Daggett' {Jefferson,'' Jacoh,^ Daniel,^ 
Israel,' Joseph,^ John,'- John^), born Seekonk, Mass., March 12, 
1830; resides Rumford, R.I. (1892); married Pawtucket, R.I., 
October 8, 1856, by Rev. C. Blodgett, to Ezra Granville French, son 
of Ezra and Nancy (Smith) French, of Seelionk; "farmer;" born 
Seekonk, Mass., June 23, 1833. 

Issue : 
2445. i. Emma Edith French,' born Seekonk, Mass., September, 1858; mar- 
ried Mr. Eadikiu; resides East Providence, R.I. (1892). 


2446. ii. Alice Wiieaton French,^ born Pawtucket, R.I., December L'o, 186G; 
married Mr. Kelton; resides Ruinford, R.I. (1S92). 

1615. Mary Knowlton Daggett' {Jefferson^'' Jacob," Daniel,^ 
Israel," Joseph,' John," John'), born Pawtucket, R.I., April 29, 
1837; resides Pawtucket, R.I. (1892); married Pawtucket, R.I., 
September 8, 1859, by Rev. James O. Barney, to George William 
Bliss, son of George W. and Betsey (Bowen) Bliss; "butcher;" 
born Rehoboth, Mass., October 18, 1836. 

Issue : 
2447.1. SiLSiE Paukman Bliss," born Pawtucket, E.I. , Novenilier 18, 1804; 
married Charles L. Nash; resides Rehoboth, Mass. (1892). 

2448. ii. Eva Warren Bliss," born Pawtucket, R.I., September 19, 1869; died 


2449. iii. George Edwin Bliss," born Pawtucket, R.I., February 9, 1872; 

died there. 

2450. iv. Mart Williams Bliss," born Pawtucket, R.I., March 11, 1876; died 

1621. Ann Elizabeth Daggett' {Jacob,'' Jacob,^ Daniel,' 
Israel,' Joseph,^ John," John '), born Pawtucket, R.I., October 2, 
1846; resides Pawtucket, R.I. (1892); married Pawtucket, R.I., 
January 21, 1873, by Rev. C. Blodgett, to Matthew Jones Leach, of 
Pawtucket, son of Edwin and Martha (Jones) Leach ; " marble- 
worker; " born Stockport, N.Y., March .5, 1845. 

Issue : 

2451. i. Angelina Leach," born Pawtucket, R.I., July 5, 1874. 

2452. ii. Herbert Allen Leach," born Pawtucket, R.I., July 21, 1875. 

2453. iii. Edward Ide Leach," born Pawtucket, R.I., October 17, 1876. 

2454. iv. Helen Agnes Lkacii," born Pawtucket, R.I., April 8, 1879; died 

Pawtucket, R.I., November 1, 1880. 

2455. V. Raymond Jacob Leach," born Pawtucket, R.I., February 17, 1889. 

1623. Herbert Sidney Daggett** {Jacob,' Jacob," Daniel,' 
Israel," Joseph,' John,- John '), born Pawtucket, R.I., July 3, 1849 ; 
"farmer;" resides Seekonk, Mass. (1892); married Pawtucket, 
R.I., November 19, 1873, by Rev. George Bullen, to Emily Barton 
Waterman, daughter of David W. and Eunice M. (Read) Waterman, 
of Norton, Mass. ; born Providence, R.I., August 19, 1850. 

Issue : 

2456. i. Maud Stearns Daggett," born Seekonk, Mass., November 22, 1876; 

died Seekonk, Mass., October 5, 1879. 

2457. ii. Robert Sidney Daggett," born Seekonk, Mass., October 3, 1880. 

2458. iii. Rcth Slack Daggett," born Seekonk, Mass., May 19, 1882. 

2459. iv. David Barton Daggett," born Seekonk, Mass., February 16, 1892. 

1624. Samuel Sheldon Daggett* {Samuel S.,' Jacob," Daniel,^ 
Israel," Joseph,' John," John '), born Pawtucket, R.I., May 23, 1848 ; 
"carpenter;" resides Pawtucket, R.I. (1892); married 1st, East 


Greeuwieh, R.I., May 23, 1868, Hannah Maria Thornley ; bom Phila- 
delphia, Pa., December 2.5,1848; died Pawtucket, R.I., May 4, 
1873; married 2d, Pawtucket, E.I., November 16, 1874, by Rev. 
John C. Gowau, to Maria Louisa Green, widow of Byron Green, and 
daughter of Rufus and Julia (Buxton) Tift; born Slatersville, E.I., 
November 7, 1852; died Pawtucket, R.I., March 31, 1879. 
No issue. 

1625. William James Daggett'* {Sarmiel S.j^ Jacob,'^ Daniel,^ 
Israel,* Joseph,^ John,^ John'), born Pawtucket, R.I., January 9, 
18.51 ; " carpenter; " resides Pawtucket, R.I. (1892) ; married Provi- 
dence, R.I., September 8, 1875, by Rev. Albert H. Heath, to Susan 
Olive Hazard, daughter of Rowland A. and Amanda L. V. Hazard ; 
born N. Kingston, R.I., August 30, 1853. 

Issue : 

24G0. i. William Anson Daggett,^ born Pawtucket, R.I., April 5, 1876. 
24G1. ii. LeRot Cakr Daggett, » born Pawtucket, R.I., June 27, 1879. 
24G2. ill. George Washington Daggett," born Pawtucket, R.I., November 18, 
1881 ; died Pawtucket, R.I., July 22, 1892. 

2463. Iv. Lucy Briggs Daggett,' born Pawtucket, R.T., March 19, 1884. 

1626. Sarah Matilda Daggett'* {Samuel S.,^ Jacob," Daniel,' 
Israel,* Joseph,^ John,'' John'), boru| Pawtucket, R.I., August 25, 
1853; resides 49 Sanford street, Pawtucket, R.I. (1892); married 
Pawtucket, R.I., August 13, 1874, by C. C. Williams, to Edward 
Henry Reynolds, of Blaekstone, Mass., son of Richard and Hannah 
(Shaw) Reynolds; "beltmaker;" born Bolton, Lancashire, Eng., 
November 4, 1847. 

Issue : 

2464. i. Charles Edward Reynolds,' born Pawtucket, R.I., September 22, 

1875; died Pawtucket, R.I., March 17, 1879. 

2465. ii. Samuel Edward Reynolds,' born Pawtucket, R.I., May 1, 188G. 

1633. Allen Daggett" {Seth,'' Beuhen," Reuben,^ Nathaniel,* 
Nathaniel,' John,^ John'), born Jackson, Tioga Co., Pa., Octo- 
ber 6, 1811; died Lawrenceville, Pa., March 12, 1886; married 
Tioga, Pa., March 9, 1844, Clarissa Starkey, daughter of William 
and Polly (Benjamin) Starkey; born Hector, N.Y., August 21, 1823; 
resides Bellefont, Center Co., N.Y. (1892). 

Issue : 
246G. i. Inez Adella Daggett,' born Tioga, Pa., February 22, 1845. 

2467. ii. Richard Willard Daggett,' born Tioga, Pa., June 6, 184G; married 

Elmira, N.Y., August 5, 1873, Celia Metella Fletcher, daughter of 
John and Debora Teressa (Ramsdale) Fletcher; born Sullivan, Pa., 
September 20, 1849; resides 214 Franklin street, Elmira, N.Y. 

2468. iii. Orson Starkey Daggett,' born Tioga, Pa., September 28, 1856. 

doggett-daCxCtEtt family. 

2469. iv. Charles Allen Daggett,' born Tioga, Pa., May 1, 1851); married 

Elmira, N.Y., September 22, 1889, by Rev. Thomas Sharpe. to 
Maggie "Van Druff, rlaughter of William and Elner (Decker) Van 
Druff; born New Jersey, April 6, 1868; resides Soutbport, NY. 

2470. v. Geoege Daggett; ' resides Tioga, Pa. (1892). 

1634. George Daggett* (Seth,^ Reuben,'^ lieuben," Nathaniel^^ 
Nathaniel,^ John,- John ^), bora Jackson, Pa., July 30, 1813; died 
Tioga, Pa., March 18, 1850; married 1st, Daggett's Mills, Pa., Feb- 
ruary, 183G, Harriet Dewey, daughter of Levi and Delighty (Wat- 
kins) Dewey; born Columbia, Pa., January 1'.), 1819; died Daggett's 
Mills, Pa., October lU, 183!) ; married 2d, South Creek, Pa., Novem- 
ber M, 1841, Eliza PettingOl, daughter of Samuel and Sally (Taylor) 
Petliugill; born Tioga county, N.Y. ; died December 25, 1880. 

Issue : 

2471. i. Levi Daggett," born Daggett's Mills, Pa., March 3, 1837. 

2472. ii. Harriet Daggett,'' born Tioga, Pa., July 12, 1844. 

2473. iii. Florence Daggett,' born Tioga, Pa., September 26, 1846. 

2474. iv. George Lewis Daggett,' boru Tioga, Pa., November 18, 1849; mar- 

ried April, 1891; resides Bradford, Pa. (1892). 

1635. Lewis D.\ggett ^ {Seth,' Reuben," Reuben,' Nathaniel,^ 
NatJiaiiiel,^ John,'' John^), born Jackson, Pa., May 5, 1816; resides 
Tioga, Pa. (1892) ; married March 4, 1839, by Theodore Larrisou, 
Esq., to Ellen Samantha "Wells, daughter of Norman and Elizabeth 
(Coolbaugh) "VTells ; born Bairington, N.Y., January 30, 1821. 

Issue : 
2475.1. Seth Orlando Daggett,' born Daggett's Mills, Pa., September 14, 

2470. ii. Georgia Daggett,' born Tioga, Pa., October L'C, 1851; died Tioga, 

Pa., May 5, 1866. 
2477. iii. Wells Lewis Daggett,' born Tioga, Pa., April 2G, 1854. 
Three died young. 

1636. Clyjiena E. Daggett" {Seth,'' Reuben," Reuben," Na- 
thaniel," 2f^nthaniel,^ John," John'), born Jackson, Pa., March 16, 
1818; died Utica, N.Y. , 1873; married Jackson, Pa., March, 1841, 
Rev. Richard L. Stillwell, sou of Edward and Sarah (Ferris) Still- 
well ; born Hector, N.Y. , January 27, 1819; resides Belloua, Yates 
Co., N.Y. (1892). 

Issue : 
2478.1. Sarah R. Stillwell,' born Rutland, Pa., January 4, 1842; married 
April, 1863, Brev. Capt. George A. Ludlow, United States "Vol- 
unteers; she died Elmira, N.T., April 2, 1882; he resides Wells- 
boro', Pa. (1892;) issue: two children. 

2479. ii. Emma S. Stillwell,' born May 25, 1844; resides Tioga, Pa. (1892). 

2480. ill. Elnora M. Stillwell,' born February 19, 1847; married Joseph F. 

Morley; she died February, 1869. 

2481. iv. Mary C. Stillwell,' born Bath, N.Y., September 15, 1849; married, 

1868, Ranson B. G.ay; resides Harrison, Mich. (1892); issue: four 


2482. v. Amklia E Stillwell," died in infancy. 
2+80. vi. William H. Stillwell,' died in infancy. 

2484. vii. Richard Welby Stillwell," born Tioga, Pa., January 7, 1857; re- 

sides Pliiladelpliia, Pa. (1892). 

Rev. Richard L. Stillwell, of the Central New York Methodist 
Episcopal Conference, married 2d, Laura Phelps Whitcomb, and 3d, 
Julia Welsh Larzelere. 

1637. Minerva Daggett* (Seth,'' Reuben,'^ Eeuben,^ Nathaniel,* 
NatJianiel,^ John,'' John^), born Jackson, Pa., May 19, 1822; resides 
Tioga, Tioga Co, Pa. (1892) ; married Jackson, Pa., April 11, 1839, 
Daniel Dewey, sou of Levi and Delighty (Watkins) Dewey; born 
Columbia, Bradford Co., Pa., September 15, 1816. 

Issue : 

2485. i. EvALiNE Dewey," born Jackson, Pa., February 4, 1840. 
248(5. ii. Henry F. Dewey," born Ridgebury, Pa., April 15, 1842. 

2487. iii. Theodore Dewey," born Jackson, Pa., July 17, 1844. 

2488. iv. Charles Sumner Dewey," born Tioga, Pa., March 4, 1856; married 

Julia Smith; resides Tioga, Pa. (1892). 

2489. V. Frank Dewey," born Tioga, Pa., July 8, 1859. 

1638. RowENA Daggett* {Seth,'' Reuben,'^ Revben,^ Nathaniel," 
NatJumiel,^ John,- John'), born March 2, 1824; married 1850, W. 
T. Urell. 

Issue : 

2490. i. Robert E. Urell," born Tioga, Pa., June 4, 1851 ; resides there. 

2491. ii. Charles A. Urell," born Tioga, Pa., October 16, 1852; resides there. 

2492. iii. Mallie L. Urell," born Tioga, Pa., 1854; married H. L. Baldwin; 

issue : one child. 

2493. iv. Thomas M. Urell," born Tioga, Pa., May 3, 1857; resides there. 

2494. V. Richard D. Urell," born Jnne, 1859; married Miss Von Goodne ; 

issue : one child. 

1640. Maky Ann Daggett ' {Seth,'' Reuben,'^ Reuben," Nathan- 
iel,' Nathaniel,^ John,^ John'), born Tioga, Pa., September 11, 
1829 ; resides Elmira, N.Y. (1892) ; married Tioga, Pa., May 8, 
1850, Capt. Hiram WUlard Caulking, son of Allen D. and Mary Auu 
(Willaid) Caulking; born Tioga, Pa., August 15, 1817. 

Issue : 

2495. i. WiLLARD Allen Caulking," born Rodney, Miss., February 11, 1851 ; 

" printer; " died Rochester, N.Y., May 6, 1883. 

2496. ii. Catherine Dora Caulking,' born Tioga, Pa., July 23, 1853 ; address, 

Elmira, N.Y. (1892). 

2497. iii. Nettie Caulking," died. 

2498. iv. Hiram Caulking," born Tioga, Pa., December 13, 1858; resides 

Elmira, N.Y. (1892). 

2499. V. Charles Caulking," died. 

2500. vi. Emma Caulking," born Tioga, Pa., June 1,1867; resides Seattle, 

Wash. (1892). 

2501. vii. Thomas B. Caulking," born Tioga, Pa., May 21, 1870; died Mt. 

Morris, N.Y., January 11, 1891. 


1642. Seth Q. Ketes^ {Saloma Daggett,'' Reuben,'^ Reuben,' 
Nathaniel,* Nathaniel,^ Jolin,^ John''), bom Jackson, Pa., July 3, 
1810 ; " went to sea ; " died Liverpool, Eng., 1852 ; married Ireland. 

Issue : 

2502. i. Seth Keves,^ 1 

search of hit 

2503. ii. M.VKY Keyes." 

1643. William B. Ketes * (Saloma Daggett,'' Reuben," Reuben,^ 
Nathaniel," Nathaniel,^ John,' John '), born Jackson, Pa., March 16, 
1812; resides Tioga, Pa. (1892); married Tioga, Pa., August 14, 
1841, Sarah M. Wells. 

Issue : 

2504. i. Austin O. Keyes,' born Tioga, Pa., July 9, 1842; dieil Tioga., Pa., 

July 17, 1855. 

2505. ii. Sakah M. Keyes," born Tioga, Pa., May 18, 1844; married G. W. 

2500. iii. Sevellon C. Keyes,^ born Tioga, Pa., August 14, 1848; married 
Gertrude Blatchley. 

2507. iv. Bell Keyes,^ born Tioga, Pa., February 22, 1847; married William 


2508. V. Annette Keyes,^ born Tioga, Pa., June IG, 1851 ; married II. W. 


2509. vi. Ada M. Keyes,^ born Tioga, Pa., December G, 1855. 

Mr. Keyes went with his mother and brother to Vermont ; but in 
1831 returned to Pennsylvania, where he made his home, and be- 
came a man of position and substance. 

1648. William Daggett** (Rufus,'' Reuben," Reuben,'^ Nathan- 
iel,* Nathaniel,^ John,^ John'), born Pennsylvania, December 26, 
1817; died Marinette, AVis., February 21, 1887; married March 19, 
1839, Mary Corzatt. 

Issue : 

2510. i. Elmer Daggett," resides Southport, N.Y. (1888). 

2511. ii. Jerome Daggett,' resides Minnesota. 

2512. iii. Edgar Daggett," resides Wisconsin. 

2513. iv. Frank Daggett," resides Wisconsin. 

2514. V. Daughter Daggett." 

2515. vi. Daughter Daggett." 

1649. Rdfus Daggett* {Rufus,'' Reuben," Reuben,^ Nathaniel,* 
Nathaniel,^ John,- John'), born Pennsylvania, February 25, 1819; 
died January 1, 1864; married July 30, 1842, Rachel Corzatt. 

Issue : 

2516. i. Ira Daggett," born Tioga County, Pa., November IG, 1844; resides 

Wells, Bradford Co., Pa. (1892). 

2517. ii. Adam Daggett," born Pennsylvania, February 28, 1848. 

2518. iii. Zach. Daggett," born Pennsylvania, March 13, 1850; died Pennsyl- 

vania, August 31, 1879. 

2519. iv. Lewis Daggett." born Pennsylvania, July 25, 1851. 


2520. V. Daughter Daggett,' born Pennsylvania. 

2521. Ti. Daughter Daggett,' born Pennsylvania. 

2522. vii. Daughter Daggett,' born Pennsylvania. 

1653. Cronelus C. Daggett' (Rufus,'' Reuben,'^ Reuben,^ 
Nathaniel," Nathaniel,' John,'' John'), bom Pennsylvania, August 
5, 1825 ; resides Pennsylvania ; nian-ied March 8, 1846, Jane Seeley. 

Issue : 



Edwin Daggett.' 



Merit Daggett.' 



Willis Daggett.' 



George Daggett.' 


Fred Daggett.' 



LujiAN Daggett.' 



Daughter Daggett. 



. Daughter Haggett. 



Daughter Daggett. 

1656. Emily F,elinda Conable' {Lydia Daggett,'' Reuben," 
Reuben,' Nathaniel," Nathaniel,'-' John,- John '), born Jackson, Pa., 
January 24, 1818; resides Plaiufield, Wis. (1886) ; married Jackson, 
Pa., August 9, 1835, Alfred Rozell ; "farmer; " died Plainfield, Wis. 

Issue: six children, born Jackson, Pa., and all but the third reside 
in Plainfield, Wis. (1886). 

1669. William Daggett' {John,'' Lem,^ John,' John," Nathan- 
iel,' John,^ John'), born Seekonk, Mass., June 19, 1824 ; " farmer ; " 
address. Box 127, East Providence, R.I. (1892) ; married 1st, Paw- 
tucket, R.I., September 3, 1846, Mercy Ann Wheldon, daughter of 
John and Ann (Carpenter) Wheldon; born Thompson, Conn., Jan- 
uary 26, 1827; died Providence, R.I., December 16, 1872; married 
2d, Providence, R.I., September .3, 1873, by Rev. William Phillips, 
to Caroline Elizabeth Baker Cooper, daughter of William B. and 
Cecelia A. (Freeman) Cooper; born Pawtueket, R.I., September 16, 

Issue : 

2532. i. Amet Ann Daggett,' born Seekonk, Mass., April 29, 1849. 

2533. ii. John Wheldon Daggett,' born Seekonk, Mass., September 5, 1853; 

died East Providence, R.I., December 12, 1882. 

2534. iii. Elsie Maria Daggett,' born East Providence, R.I., March 18, 1864. 

2535. iv. Cora Mat Daggett,' born East Providence, 11. 1., January 22, 186G. 

2536. v. William Daggett,' born East Providence, R.I., June 11, 1867; died 

East Providence, R.I., October 16, 1868. 

1698. William Daggett " ( Willia7n,'' William,^ Seth,' Samuel," 
Thomas,' Thomas,^ John'), born Tisbury, Mass., February 20, 
1797 ; married Tisbury, Mass., December 12, 1819, Rebecca Daggett, 
daughter of Samuel and Rebecca (Daggett) Daggett (No. 1731) ; born 


New Vineyard, Me., November i.'t, 17!1(); died Tisbury, Mass., 
January 28, 1855. 
Issue : 

2537. i. William Daggett," born Tisbury, M.ass., August 22, 1825'. 

2538. ii. Emma Daggett," married Mr. Stone. 

1704. Henry Daggett * {William,'' WilUam," SetJi,'' Samuel,* 
Thomas,^ Thomas,- John'), born Tisbury, Mass., February 8, 1811 ; 
" mariner; " died A''ineyard Haven, Mass., January 31, 1873 ; married 
Mary A. French, daugliter of Asa and Rebecca Taber (Hammond) 
French; born Fairhaven, Mass., September 6, 1815; died Vineyard 
Haven, Mass., June 25, 1886. 

Issue : 

2539. i. Rebecca Daggett," died young. 

2540. ii. Carrie Drew Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., 1839; married Tis- 

bury, Mass., January 6, 1859, by Rev. A. Latliam, to William M. 
Smith, son of James and Mary Smith; " mariner; " born Tisbury, 
Mass., 1833; resides Vineyard Haven, Mass. (1892). 

2541. iii. Henkv Croswell Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., May 14, 1843; 

"mariner;" married Tisbury, Mass., December 17, 1863, by Rev. 
M. P. Alderman, to .Vunie Bartlett ; born Boston, Mass., 1833. 

2542. iv. Josiah Taber Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., December 31, 1844; 

"mariner;" married Tisbury, Mass., July 9, 1869, by Rev. Edv. 
Edson, to .\lice Ann West, daughter of Charles and Betsey West; 
born Tisbury, Mass., 1848. 

2543. V. Abkam Anthony Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., May 16, 1847; 

" mariner;" married Tisbury, Mass., May 31, 1875, by Rev. W. .-X. 
Luce, to Sarah Gray Luce, daughter of Lot and Delia Luce ; born 
Tisbury, Mass., 1856. 

2544. vi. Fannie A. Daggett," died; aged two. 

1713. Capt. Alonzo Daggett * {Seth,'' William," Seth,^ Samuel,* 
Thomas,^ Thomas,- John^), born Tisbury, Mass., November I'J, 
1810; died Gosuold, Mass., March 12, 1889; married 1st, Tisbury, 
Mass., August 17, 1835, by Rev. Mr. Joselyn, to Eliza Beetle Smith, 
daughter of Harrison and Anna (Beetle) Smith; born Edgartown, 
Mass., March 16, 1816; died Tisbury, Mass., June 30, 1864; mar- 
ried 2d, Dartmouth, Mass., June 7, 1866, by Rev. J. L. Pierce, to 
Addie Matilda Hunt, of Dartmouth, widow of George Hunt and 
daughter of John and jMary (Hancock) Flanders ; born Chilmark, 
Mass., September 18, 1833; died Taunton, Mass., May 1, 1875; 
married 3d, New Bedford, Mass., January 8, 1876, Mary Devol 
Allen, of Gosnold, Mass., widow of Holder Allen and daughter of 
Charles and Jane (Haskins) Sloeum ; born Dartmouth, Mass., 1815; 
resides Cuttyhunk, Mass. (1892). 

Issue : 

2545. i. Mart Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., March 23, 1839. 

254G. ii. Seth Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., May 8, 1841; died Tisbury, 

Mass., June 13, 1841. 
2547. iii. Ann Eliza Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., May 26, 1842. 


2548. ir. Georgia Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., November 8, 1845. 

2549. V. LoniSA Athearn Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., August 13, 1849; 

died Tisbury, Mass., September 30, 1849. 

2550. Ti. Carrie Bradlet Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., June 12, 1853. 

2551. vii. John Lynes Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., July 11, 1868 ; drowned 

February 17, 1890. 

2552. viii. Frank Wesley Daggett," born South Dartmouth, Mass., January 

30, 1872; died Taunton, Mass., June 30, 1873. 

The early part of the life of AIouzo Daggett was spent iu follow- 
ing the sea, but for a few years previous to his death he held the 
office of postmaster of Gosnold, Mass. He was, at one time, a well- 
known pilot at Vineyard Haven. 

1716. Oscar Daggett* (Seth,'' William,^ Seth,^ Samuel,* 
Thomas,^ Thomas,^ John'), born Tisbury, Mass., October, 1815; 
" mariner ; " perished at sea December 2, 1856 ; married Jane E. Bell ; 
born Fauhaven, Mass. ; perished at sea December 2, 1856. 

Issue : , 

2553. i. Daggett,' perished at sea December 2, 1856. 

2554. ii. Lizzie I. Daggett,' born New Bedford, Mass., November 14, 1855; 

perished at sea December 2, 1856. 

1717. Caroline West Daggett' {Seth,'' William,'^ Seth,^ Sam- 
uel,'' Thomas,^ Thohiati,' John'), born December 15, 1818; mamed 
August 1, 1839, Henry Bradley, son of Thomas and Hannah Bradley. 

Issue : 

2555. i. Leander Daggett Bradley,' born Vineyard Haven, Mass., May 31, 

1841; married Serena Daggett (see No. 1777J. 

1718. Georgiana Daggett' {Seth,' Willium,^ Seth,"- Samuel,* 
Thomas,^ Thomas," John '), born Tisbury, Mass., December 7, 1827 ; 
resides 24 Vienna street, Cleveland, Ohio (1892) ; married Tisbury, 
Mass., July 30, 1850, by Rev. M. J. Talbot, Jr., to Asa H. Calhoun, 
of Harwich, Mass., son of Reuben and Eunice Calhoun; " mariner; " 
born Harwich, Mass., 1822. 

1727. Peter Daggett Eldridge'* {Betsey Daggett,' Peter,^ Seth,^ 
Samuel,* Thomas,^ Thomas,' John '), married Ruth Hamlin, of Well- 
fleet, Mass. 

Issue : 

2556. i. Mary Eldridge,' married gentleman from Provineetown, Mass. 

2557. ii. Joshua Hamlin Eldridge,' died. 

2558. iii. Mery B. Eldridge,' married Isaac Rogers ; resided Boston (1885) ; 

issue : J. O. Rogers,'" with DeWolfe, Fiske & Co., Boston (1885). 

2559. iv. Benjamin Hamlin Eldridge,' married lady from Harwich, Mass. 

1729. Sarah Daggett' {Samuel,' Samuel," Seth,^ Samuel,* 
Thomas,^ Thomas,' John'), horn Vineyard Haven, Mass., December 
29, 1791; died Sodus, N.Y., July, 1832; married New Vineyard, 


Me. (published December 19, 1807), Asa Merry Butler, sou of 
Henry and Mehitable (Norton) Butler ; died probably in Ohio. 
Issue : several children, among whom were : 

1730. Isaac Daggett* {Samuel,'' Samuel,^ Seth,' Samuel,* 
Thomas,^ Thomas,^ Jolin^), born New Vineyard, Me., August .5, 
1794; "farmer;" died Industry, Me., August 17, 1884; married 
New Vineyard, Me., March .5, 1818, Sally Butler Norton, daughter 
of Tristram Gardiner and Sally (Butler) Norton ; born New Vine- 
yard, Me., May 7, 1799; died Industry, Me., November "27, 1880. 

Issue : 
2562. i. Samuel Daggett,^ born New Vineyard (now Industry), Me., Norera- 

ber30, 1818. 
25C3. ii. Tristram Norton Daggett,^ born New Vineyard, Me., October 21, 

2564. iii. Isaac Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me., December 2, 1823; died 

Aroostool£ county. Me., May 15, 1850. 

2565. iv. John Tobet Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me., September 13, 


2566. T. Andrew Jackson Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me., November 

26, 1829. 

2567. vi. Francis Marion Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me., April 24, 1833 ; 

died Trueljee, Cal., July 9, 1868. 

2568. vii. William Harrison Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me., May 28, 

1836 ; married 1st, Abbie Frost, daughter of John and Olive 
(Leaver) Frost; married 2d, Angie Coughlin, daughter of Andrew 
and Ann Coughlin, of New Vineyard, Me. ; he died Trucliee, Cal., 
July 27, 1876. 

2569. viii. Julia Jones Daggett,' born New Vineyard, Me., June 1, 1839. 

Isaac Daggett was the second white child born in New Vineyard, 

1732. Samuel Daggett" {Samuel,' Samuel,^ Seth,' Samuel,* 
Thomas,' Tliomas,^ John '), born New Vineyard, Me., December 24, 
1798; "farmer;" died Farmington, Me., June 10, 1859; married 
New Vineyard, Me., December 2, 1824, Julia Jones, daughter of 
Ebenezer and Mary (Le Ballister) Jones ; born Farmington, Me., 
June 1, 1807; died Evansville, Ind., July 17, 1887. 

Issue : 

2570. i. Bradford Daggett,' born Industry, Me., August 9, 1825; died 

Industry, Me., July 15, 1841. 

2571. ii. John Barnard Daggett,' born Industry, Me., May 17, 1827. 
2572.111. Mary Jones Daggett,' born Industry, Me., December 26, 1830; 

died Industry, Me., February 9, 1841. 

2573. iv. Emily Jones Daggett,' born Industry, Me., January 10, 1837. 

2574. V. Charles Boardman Daggett,' born Industry, Me., August 31, 1842; 

married Derby Line, Can., March 7, 1865, Annie Hill; no issue; 
First Sergeant, Co. L, Second Maine Cavalry; he died Chicago, 111., 
November 6, 1875. 

2575. vi. Orrin Daggett (adopted),' born New Vineyard, Me., Januarv 7, 



Samuel Daggett was high sheriff of Franklin county from 1842 to 
1846 ; was also a colonel in the militia. 

He subsequently removed to Farmington Falls. His widow after- 
ward married Rev. George Webber, and resided in Evansville, Ind. 

1736. John Tobey Daggett * {Samuel,'' Samuel," Seth,' Samuel,* 
Thomas,^ Thomas,- John'), born New Vineyard, Me., September 29, 
1807; "mariner;" died Tisbury, Mass., March 23, 1876; married 
Vineyard Haven, Mass., May 26, 1833, Harriet Byron West, daughter 
of Jeruel and Belinda (Lambert) West; born June 14, 1812; died 
Tisbury, Mass., December 16, 1886. 

Issue : 

2576. i. Mahy Merkv Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., May 9, 1834; died 

Tisbury, Mass., April 6, 1841. 

2577. ii. Belinda West Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., December 9, 1838. 

2578. iii. John Tobey Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., June 3, 1841 ; perished 

at sea March 10, 1868. 

2579. iv. .\bigail Bradford Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., February 1, 

1846; address, West Tisbury, Mass. (1892). 

2580. T. Mary Merry Daggett,' bom Tisbury, Mass., October 19, 1847. 

2581. vi. Oeed Sherman Daggett,' born Tisbury, Jlass., August 22, 1850. 

2582. vii. Samuel Bradford Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., March 22, 1852 ; 

address, North Tisbury, Mass. (1892). 

2583. viii. Lucy Ellen Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., July IL', 1855. 

1738. Amanda Malvina Daggett' {Samuel,'' Samuel," Seth,^ 
Samuel," Thomas,^ Thomas,^ John'), born Tisbury, Mass., August 
4, 1815; resides Vineyard Haven, Mass. (1892) ; married Vineyard 
Haven, Mass., May 4, 1834, George Bradford Manchester, son of 
Thomas and Abigail Bradford (Winslow) Manchester ; born Vineyard 
Haven, Mass., December 27, 1813; died Panama, August 23, 1850. 

Issue : 

2584. i. Rebecca Daggett Manchester,' born Vineyard Haven, Mass., De- 

cember 14, 1836. 

2585. ii. SopHKONiA Peakes Manchester,' born Vineyard Haven, Mass., 

March 17, 1842. 

2586. iii. Bradford Brush Manchester,' born Vineyard Haven, Mass., Jan- 

uary 13, 1846; resides Vineyard Haven, Mass. (1892). 

1741. Lendal Daggett' {Silas,'' Silas," Scth,^ Samuel,' 
Thomas,^ Thomas,^ John'), born Tisbury, Mass., October 14, 1804; 
died Anson, Me., May 13, 1868 ; married New Vineyard, Me., 1826, 
Lydia Norton, daughter of Tristram and Sarah (Butler) Norton; 
born New Vineyard, Me., February 15, 1805; died Industry, Me., 
December 1, 1885. 

Issue : 

2587. i. Seth Daggett,' born Industry, Me., April 24, 1828; married 1st, Oc- 

tober 14, 1856, Eunice Jane Doyen, daughter of Abbott and Kath- 
erine (Collins) Doyen; born Industry, Me., February 14, 1838; 
divorced; married 2d, Mrs. Jane Morrison; resides Dexter, Me. 


2588. ii. Silas Daggett.'-' born Industry, Me., April 24, 1828. 

2589. iii. Ltdia Ann Paggett," born Industry, Me., September 19, 1835. 

2590. iv. Aphia Harriet Daggett," born Madison, Me., August 16, 1843; mar- 

ried Peter W. Pinkham, son of "Winborn and Betsey (Willis) Pink- 
ham; resides Wisconsin (1892). 

2591. V. Tristram Gardner Daggett,' born Stark, Me., January 29, 1847. 

Mrs. Daggett married 2d, Mr. Tufts, of Kingfield, Me. 

1742. Abigail Cleveland Daggett'* {Silas,'' Silas,^ Seth,^ 
Samuel,* Thomas,"^ Thomas," John ^), boru Industry, Me., May 16, 
1807; died Vineyard Haven, Mass., about 1883; married Samuel 
Tilton, of Chilmark ; died Chilmark, Mass., many years before his 

No issue. 

1744. Hiram Daggett** {Silas,'' Silas,^ Selh,' SanineL" Thomas,"* 
Thomas," John '), died California; married November 3, 1824, Eliza 
Burnham, daughter of Jeremiah and Julia Burnham ; born Strong, 

Issue : two sous and two daughters. 

1745. Joseph Daggett * {Silas,'' Silas,^ Seth,^ Samuel,' Thomas,^ 
Thomas," John*), bora Farmington, Me., May 15, 1814; resides 
Tisbury, Mass. (1893) ; married Tisbury, Mass., July 5, 1835, by 
Rev. Mr. Chase, to Sophia Dexter, daughter of Benjamin and Betsey 
(Hillman) Dexter; born Tisbury, Mass., December 10, 1817. 

Issue : 

2592. i. Silas Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., March 29, 1841; "sea cap- 

tain;" address, 114 State street, Boston, Mass. (1893). 

2593. ii. William Henry Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., January 29, 1844. 

2594. iii. Alice Ann Daggett,' born Tisburv, Mass., November 11, 1846; died 

Tisbury, Mass., May 24, 1847. 

2595. iv. Charles Dillingham Daggett,' born Tisbury, Mass., July 27, 1848. 

1746. Isaac Chace Daggett^ {Silas,'' Silas,^ Selh,' Samuel,' 
Thomas,^ Thomas," John'), born New Vineyard, Me., February 6, 
1816; "mariner;" died Tisbury, Mass., 1893; married, Tisbury, 
Mass., March 28, 1844, by B. F. Hedden, to Eliza Nye Robinson, 
daughter of Hervy and Peggy (Manter) Robinson ; born Vineyard 
Haven, Mass., March 7, 1825. 

Issue : 

2596. i. Francis Lawrence Daggett," born Tisbury, Mass., January 24, 

1845; married; resides California (1893). 

Isaac C. Daggett, mariner, was member of the Board of Selectmen 
of Tisbui-y, 1875-6-7. 

1747. Deborah Daggett* {Silas,'' Silas,^ Seth,' Samuel,' 
Thomas,^ Thomas," John*), born Tisbui-y, Mass., July, 1818; re- 


sides 162 Ash street, New Bedford, Mass. (1893) ; married Tisbury, 
Mass., 1834, Tliomas TUton, sou of Thomas and Fear (Hawks) 
Tiltou; born Chilmark, Mass., 1806 ; died New Bedford, Mass., 1887. 

2597.1. Helen Tilton," born Tisbury, Mass., February 25, 1835; married 
April 9, 1855, Albert C. Vinson, son of Martin and Sarah Vinson; he 
born Edgartown, Mass., August 9, 1834; resides New Bedford, Mass. 
(1893) ; issue: i. Lizzie Vinson,'" married Mr. Thompson; ii. Sarah 
M. Vinson,'" married Mr. King; iii. Dora T. Vinson,'" married Mr. 

1748. Maky Daggett" {Silas,'' Silas,'' Scth,' Samuel,' Thcnnas,' 
Thomas,'^ John'), born Maine; died Tisbury, Mass., 1870; married 
Leander Luce, son of Hovey and Nancy (Clifford) Luce ; born Tis- 
bury, Mass. ; died there. 

Issue : 

2598. i. Hiram Luce,' born Tisbury, Mass. ; died there. 

2599. ii. JosiAii Pkesbuky Luce," born Tisbury, Mass.; lost at sea. 

2600. iii. Irving Smith Luce,' born Tisbury, Mass.; married; removed West. 

1767. Henry Walker Daggett * ( Timothy,'' Michael,^ Sylvamis,' 
Samuel," Thomas,^ Thomas,- John'), born Tisbury, Mass., April 14, 
1853; " seaman ;" resides West Chop, Mass. (1892); married Tis- 
bury, Mass., December 24, 1883, by Rev. J. P. Farrar, to Louisa 
Lee Winslow, daughter of Leander and Jerusha (Hurlbut) AViuslow; 
born Tisbury, Mass., December 24, 1856. 

1768. Chakle.s Nye Daggett'* {Charles N.,'' Michael,^ Sylvauus,'' 
Samuel,'' Tliomas,'' Thomas,- John'), born Edgartown, Mass., 
December 24, 1843; "blacksmith;" resides 160 Mill [street, New 
Bedford, Mass. (1892) ; married New Bedford, Mass., February 14, 
1867, by Rev. L. B. Bates, to Mary E. Gifford, daughter of Giles 
and Sarah Gift'ord, of AVestport ; born Westport, Mass., 1842. 

1777. Sekena Daggett"* {Franklin,'' Freeman,^ Sylcamis,^ Sam- 
uel," Thomas,' Thomas,^ John'), born Tisbury, Mass., November 
13, 1849; died Arlington, Mass., June 21, 1893; married Vineyard 
Haven, Mass., July 31, 1865, Leander Daggett Bradley, son of 
Henry and Caroline W. (Daggett) Bradley (No. 2555) ; born Vine- 
yard Haven, Mass., May 31, 1841 ; resides Arlington, Mass. (1893). 

No issue. 

1780. Capt. Grafton Luce Daggett* {Freeman,'' Freeman," 
Sylvanus,'^ Samuel," Thomas,' Thomas," John'), born Tisbury, 
Mass., November 24, 1829; "mariner;" resides Vineyard Haven, 
Mass. (1892) ; married Taunton, Mass., May 23, 1855, by Rev. H. 
C. Atwater, to Elizabeth Caroline Luce, widow of George Luce and 


dangliter of Constant and Caroline (Norton) Norton; born Edgar- 
town, Mass., May 23, 183,5. 
Issue : 

2601. i. Annie Fkanklin Daggett,' l)orn Tisbury, Mass., September 11, 1857. 

Captain Grafton L. Daggett is captain of the steamer " Gay 
Head," running between New Bedford and Nantucket. 

1781. Martha Ferguson Daggett* {Freeman,'' Freeman,^ S'/l- 
vanus,' Samuel,' Thomas,' Thomas,^ Jolin^), born Tisbury, Mass., 
December 22, 1837 ; died October 28, 1870 ; married Tisbury, Mass., 
December 23, 1863, by Rev. J. L. A. Fish, to Henry B. Martin, 
son of Henry and Mary Ann Martin ; " mariner ; " born New Haven, 

Issue : 

2602. i. Frank Ferguson Martin,' born Tisbury, Mass., October 21, 1869; 

resides New Bedford, Mass. (1892). 

1784. Betsey Jane Daggett * {Benjamin,'' Thomas," Benjamin,^ 
Benjamm,* Thomas,' Thomas,^ John'), born Palmyra, Me., Feb- 
ruary 26, 1827 ; resides south-west corner E and Thirteenth streets, 
Sacramento, Cal. (1892) ; married Palmyra, Me., May 29, 1850, 
Zechariah Knox Hersum. 

Issue : 

2603. i. Henrietta Mount Hersum,' boru California. 

1785. Henrietta Daggett* {Benjamin,'' Tliomas,^ Benjamin,^ 
Benjamin," Thowas,' Thomas,^ John '), born Palmyra, Me., January 
19, 1829 ; died November 22, 1865 ; married Newport, October 4, 
1862, Benjamin Franklin AUin ; died March, 1892. 

No issue. 

1788. Caroline Daggett^ {Benjamin,'' Thomas," Benjamin,'' 
Benjamin,* T/iomas,' Thomas," John'), born Palmyra, Me., Decem- 
ber 30, 1839 ; resides St. Albans, Me. (1892) ; married Palmyra, 
Me., January 2, 1864, Daniel Weeks, son of James and Lovey 
(Carter) Weeks; born Hiram, Me., February 26, 1841. 

Issue : 

2604. i. Benjamin Daggett Weeks," born St. Albans, Me., August 13, 1866; 

married; address, 3 Winter street, Boston (1892). 

2605. ii. Ida Frances Weeks," born St. Albans, Me., .June 17, 1868. 

2606. iii. Sidney Perham Weeks," born St. Albans, Me., August 27, 1871. 
2607 iv. Jennis Lovey Weeks," born St. Albans, Me., February 15, 1872. 

2608. V. CoKA Belle Weeks," born St. Albans, Me., December 2, 1874. 

2609. vi. HoLLis Weeks," born St. Albans, Me., August 10, 1876. 

2610. vii. Albion Weeks," born St. Albans, Me., July 21, 1879. 

2611. viii. Wilbur Moses Weeks," born St. Albans, Me., June 17, 1882. 


1793. Abigail Daggett* {Darius,'' Thomas," Benjamin,^ Ben- 
jamin,* Thomas,^ TJiomas," John'), bom Searsmont, Me., January 
30, 1829; resides Ballena, Sau Diego Co., Cal. (1892); married 
Skowhegan, Me., May 1, 1856, Benjamin Philbrick Pearson, son of 
Edmund and Hannah (Philbrick) Pearson; born Keunebunk, Me., 
October 27, 1824. 

Issue : 

2612. i. ^V"ALTER Pearson," boru Skowhegan, Me., Januarv 10, 1857; resides 

Sheridan, Or. (1892). 

2613. ii. Elizabeth Hannah Pearson," born Fond du Lac, Wis., December 2, 

1859; resides at home (1892). 

1793. Hakeiet Louisa Daggett* (Darius,'' Thomas,^ Ben- 
jamin,'' Benjamin,* Thomas,^ TJiomas," John^), born Vassalboro', 
Me., February 8, 1834; resides 1117 West Johnson street, Madison, 
Wis. (1892); married Madison, Wis., September 22, 1864, Joseph 
John Stoner, son of John and Elizabeth (Gingrich) Stoner ; born 
Highspii-e, Pa., December 21, 1829. 

Issue : 

2614. i. Henry Joseph Stoner," born New Orleans, La., July 12, 1865. 

2615. ii. Mary Gbktrhdk Stoner," born Madison, Wis., December 25, 1867. 

1803. AsBUET MosES Daggett® (Moses L.,'' Thomas,^ Benjamin,' 
Benjamin,* Thomas,^ Thomas,' John'), born Palmyra, Me., Decem- 
ber 1, 1846; resides Madison, Wis. (1883) ; married April 4, 1867, 
Jennie E. Harding, born Manchester, Eng., July 4, 1843 ; died Mad- 
ison, Wis., February 14, 1881. 

Issue : 

2616. i. AsEnRT Dyson Daggett," born Madison, Wis., June 20, 1872. 
2fil7. ii. Florence Jennie Daggett," born Madison, Wis., December 30, 1875. 
2618. iii. Stanley Allison Daggett," born Madison, Wis., February 14, 1881. 

1806. Almika Jane Daggett" {Samuel £.,' Richmond,'' Ben- 
jamin,' Benjamin,* Thomas,^ Thomas,' John'), born Bangor, Me., 
June 6, 1839; resides Bangor, Me. (1892) ; married Garland, Me., 
September 12, 1858, Llewellyn O. Oakes, son of Rev. John A. and 
Lucy Ann (Follett) Oakes; born Garland, Me., September 12, 1833. 

1807. Samuel Wesley Daggett" {Saymtel £.,' Richmond,'^ Ben- 
jamin,' Benjamin,* TJiomas,^ TJiomas,'' JoJm'), born Bangor, Me., 
December 1, 1840; died Davids Island, N.Y., July 1, 1864. 

Samuel W. Daggett, of Bangor, was commissioned on the first day 
of August, 1862, as captain of Company B, Fii-st Maine Heavy 
Artillery, which regiment left the State on the 24th of August, 1862, 
under Colonel Chaplain, as the Eighteenth Maine Infantry. 

Captain Daggett was a member of the Rising Viilue Lodge of 


Masons, and before his enlistment was a furniture dealer. The First 
Maiue Heavy Artillery was joined to the Grand Army of the Potomac 
very soon after that army crossed the Rapidan southward, in the 
commencement of the summer campaign of 1864, Major-general 
Meade commaudlng, aud accompanied in person by Lieut. -gen. 
U. S. Grant. 

The first encounter with the enemy resulted in 450 killed, wounded, 
and missing, out of a regiment of 1,800. Captain Daggett and his 
gallant Company B were in several other engagements immediately 
following this one, until that in which he, while gallantly leading on 
his brave comrades, received the wound which ultimated in his death. 

He was at length conveyed to Davids Island Hospital, in New 
York. The hospital chaplain said of him that he never saw any one in 
suffering display so great courage aud clearness of mind. He was 
one of the worthiest and bravest of the gallant young officers of the 
Federal Army. 

1808. Susan DjlGGkit^ {Samuel £.,' Richmond,^ Benjamin,^ 
Benjamin," Thomas,^ Thomas," John '), born Bangor, Me., July 30, 
1842; died Bangor, Me., June 5, 1882; married Bangor, Me., 
January 13, 1868, Frank S. Trickey, son of Thomas and Elizabeth 
(vStilphen) Trickey; born Bangor, Me., January 3, 1837. 

1810. Lucy Makia Daggett' (Samuel £.,' Bichmond," Benja- 
min,^ Benjamin," Thomas,' Thomas,- John'), born Bangor, Me., 
March 12, 1846; resides Danville, Me. (1892); married Bangor, 
Me., September 14, 1880, James H. Buckley, son of Barzillia and 
Mary (Campbell) Buckley; born Danville, Me., April 10, 1826. 

1814. James Milton Daggett* (Henry M.,'' Richmond,'' Ben- 
jamin,^ Benjamin," Thomas,^ Thomas," John'), born Bangor, Me., 
February 7, 1840; " dry goods merchant;" resides 44 Ohio street, 
Bangor, Me. (1892) ; married Lowell, Mass., December 13, 1869, by 
Rev. Horace James, to Harriet Augusta Hadley, daughter of John 
and Eliza (Bancroft) Hadley; born Lowell, Mass., June 14, 1842. 

No issue. 

1827. Polly Daggett* {Henry,^ Idiahod,^ Elihn,' Mayhew," 
John,' Thomas,- John'), born Cornwall, Vt., April 15, 1802; died 
Fort Jacksou, N.Y., February 3, 1850; married Stockholm, N.Y., 
July 19, 1830, Amos Curtis Sheldon ; died Fort Jackson, N.l'. 

Issue : 

2619. i. Homer Hallock Sheldon.' 

2620. ii. Elmika Sheldon," married Charles Loucks ; resides Herman, N.Y. 



2621. iii. Henry M. Sheldon," resides San Jose, Cal. (1892). 

2622. iv. JcLiA Sheldon.' 

2623. V. H.\KMON Sheldon. ' 

1S2S. Stephen Abbot Dagge'bt" {Henry,'' Ichabod," Elihii," 
Mai/hew,'' JoJtn,'^ Thomas,- John'), bom Cornwall, Vt., June 19, 
1804; died Cornwall, Vt., December 31, 1871 ; married 1st, Stock- 
holm, N.Y., September 17, 1837, Olive Battles; died Stockholm, 
N.Y., April 13, 1842; married 2d, Cornwall, Vt., 1843, Electa Sher- 

Issue : 

2624. i. Emma Daggett," born Stockholm, N.Y., 1838; married Franlc K. 

Daggett (see No. 2633). 

2625. ii. Francis Daggett," born Stockholm, N.Y. 

2626. iii. Levi Daggett," born Stockholm, N.Y., 1845; died 1861. 

2627. iv. Homer Daggett," born Cornwall, Vt. 

2628. V. Etta Daggett," born Cornwall, Vt. 

1830. David Daggett ' {Henry,'' Ichabod,^ Elihu,^ Mnyhew,* 
John, ^ Thomas,'' Jb/i?i '), born Cornwall, Vt., August 9, 1809; died 
Parishville, N.Y., May 23, 1891; married Parishville, N.Y., July 2, 
1838, Meribah Carr Greene, daughter of Henry Carr and Clariuda 
(Post) Greene; born Cornwall, Vt., April 1, 1815. 

Issue : 

2629. i. Clarinda Greene Daggett," born Hopkiuton, N.Y., February 19, 


2630. ii. Henry Levi Daggett," born Stockholm, N.Y., April 28, 1842. 

2631. iii. Mary Emorette Daggett," born Stockholm, N.Y., November 19, 

1844; resides Parishville, N.Y. (1892). 

2632. iv. Herbert Martin Daggett," born Stockholm, N.Y., October 19, 1846. 

1831. Levi Parsons Daggett* {Henry,'' Ichabod," Elihu,' May- 
hew,* John," Tliomas,^ John'), born Cornwall, Vt., July 5,1811; 
died December 9, 1839 ; married October 12, 1837, Eunice Fuller, 
daughter of Joab and Lucy (Daggett) Fuller (No. 1329). 

Issue : 

2633. i. Frank K. Daggett," born 1838. 

1833. Orpha Daggett- {Henry,'' Ichabod,'^ EWm,'' 
Mayhem,* John,' Thomas,- John'), born Cornwall, Vt., May 23, 
1816; died Parishville, N.Y., July 14, 1863; married Parishville, 
N.Y., 1842, Henry Stevens, son of John and Mary (Wescott) 
Stevens; born Plaiufield, N.H. ; died January 11, 1875. 

Issue : 

2634. i. Frances Stevens," born Farishville, N.Y., 1844; resides Minneapolis, 

Minn. (1892). 

2635. ii. Chloe Stevens," born Parishville, N.Y. ; married S. J. Hyde; resides 

Lacrosse, Wis. (1892). 


2636. iii. Leslie Stevens," born Parishville, N.Y. ; resides Minneapolis, Minn. 


2637. iv. Ella Stevens," born Parishville, N.Y. ; rlied Parishville, N.Y., 

December 4, 1859. 
Remaining children in the far West. 

1833. Ldcy Elmira Daggett' {Henry,'' Iduibod,^ EWmt,^ May- 
/lew/ John,' Thomas,^ John^), born Stockholm, N.Y., August 26, 
1818; died Parishville, N.Y., August 11, 1879; married Stockholm, 
N.Y., Russell F. Welch, of Parishville; died February 28, 1868. 

No issue. 

1838. Eliza Maria Daggett" {Benjamin,'' Daniel,^ Eliliu," 
Mayhew,* John,' Thomas,^ John '), horn Attleboro', Mass., February 
3, 1804; died Attleboro', Mass., May 18, 1887; married Attleboro', 
Mass., February 23, 1826, Willard Jillson, sou of William and 
Betsey (Robinson) Jillson; "carpenter;" born Attleboro', Mass., 
July 3, 1803; died Attleboro', Mass., January 3, 1886. 

Issue : 

2638. i. John Hervet Jillson," born Attleboro', Mass., May 10, 1827; mar- 

ried Sutton, Mass., June 6, 1849, Mrs. Lucy J. Stone; resides North 
Attleboro', Mass. (1893); issue: Linda Jillson,'" Annie Jillson.'" 
2630. ii. William Henry Jillson," born Attleboro', Mass., August 16, 1829; 
married Emily BuUard, of Webster, Mass., 1849; issue: four chil- 
dren; he died Plainville, Mass., February 26, 1858. 

2640. iii. Antoinette Devoe Jillson," born Attleboro', Mass., November 13, 

1831; married November 14, 1854, Sanford W. Allen, of Belling- 
ham, Mass.; issue: four children ; resided Bellingham (1876). 

2641. iv. Sarah Daggett Jillson," born Attleboro', Mass., March 28, 1834. 

2642. V. George Lee Jillson," born Attleboro', Mass., September 23, 1837. 

2643. vi. Harriet Helen Jillson," born Attleboro', Mass., September 6, 1840; 

died Attleboro", Mass., March 3, 1861. 

2644. vii. Ella M. Jillson," born Attleboro', Mass., October 21, 1850; married 

December 28, 1871, Edward R., son of George Price; resides 
Attleboro', Mass. (1893). 

1839. Catheeixe Blackinton'* {Mary Dagc/ett,'' Daniel," Elihn,^ 
Mayheiv," John,' Thomas,- John'), born Attleboro', Mass., January 
22, 1785; died Attleboro', Mass., August 2, 1862; married Sewell 
Stanley; born Attleboro', Mass., July 22, 1787; died Attleboro', 
Mass., February 26, 1849. 

Issue : 

2645. i. Oliver Stanley." 

2646. ii. Sarah Ann Stanley," born Attleboro', Mass., February 9, 1817; died 

Attleboro', Mass., January 14, 1853. 

2647. iii. Elinor Stanley." 

1841. Nancy Blackinton "* {Mary Daggett,'' Daniel,^ Elihu,^ 
Mayhew,* John,' Thomas,- John '), born Attleboro', Mass., Decem- 
ber 23, 1790; died Attleboro', Mass., October 18, 1868; married 1st, 


Attleboro', Mass., July 2, 1811, Lemuel Whiting, sou of David and 
Hannah (Walcott) Whiting; born Attleboro', Mass., December 12, 
1776; died Attleboro', Mass., September 30, 1823; married 2d, 
Ephraim Jewett, son of Jedadiah Jewett; born Attleboro', Mass., 
May 11, 1800; died Attleboro', Mass., May 17, 1890. 
Issue : 

2648. i. Maky Ann Whiting,^ boru Attleboro', Mass., May 7, 1812; married 

Samuel Kent; she died Seekonk. 

2649. ii. William Dean Whiting,' born Attleboro', Mass., December 23, 


2650. iii. Nancy Whiting,^ born Attleboro', Mass., February 4, 1818; died 

Attleboro', Mass., September 17, 1819. 

2651. iv. Levi Willaud Whiting," born Attleboro', Mass., 1821; married 

Nancy Blanchard ; issue: Wilhelmine Whiting;'" he died May 5, 

2652. V. Nan-ct M. Jewett,' married 1st, Charles A. Hine; he died Septem- 

ber 22, 1854; married 2d, Giles Manchester; issue: Frederick A. 
Hines, who died April 2, 1854 ; resides Providence, R.I. (1893) . 

2653. vi. John Jewett," married ; issue: several children ; he died. 

2654. vii. Henkt Jgwett,' married Catharine Munroe, daughter of Jonas Mun- 

roe; resides Providence, R.I. (1893). 

1843. Olive D. Blackinton * {Mary Daggett,'' Daniel,^ Elihu,^ 
MayJiew,* John,'' Thomas,^ John '), boru Attleboro', Mass., Septem- 
ber 7, 1795 ; died Attleboro', Mass., October 25, 1847 ; married 
Calvin Richards, son of Calvin Richards; born 1793; died Attle- 
boro', Mass., April 9, 1873. 

Issue : 

2655. 1. Emily Richards." 

2656. ii. Ann Makia Richards," born Attleboro', Mass., August 16, 1819. 

2657. iii. Francis B. Richards." 

1844. AzoBA Blackinton" {Mary Daggett,'' Daniel,^ Elihu,'' 
Mayheiv," John,^ Thomas," John'), boru Attleboro', Mass., Decem- 
ber 15, 1797; died Attleboro', Mass., May 9, 1832; married John 
Tifft, son of Samuel and Nancy Tifft; born Attleboro', Mass., Sep- 
tember 10, 1800; died Attleboro', Mass., June 29, 1851. 

Issue : 

2658. i. Maria Tifft," married Silas Tyler, of Lowell, son of Silas and Fanny 

(Stanley) Tyler; both dead ; no issue. 

2659. ii. Frank Tifft," married a French woman (had one son, who was sent 

to her people in France when she died) ; he died New York city. 

2660. iii. Francis Tifft," boru Attleboro', Miiss., November 1, 1824; died At- 

tleboro,' Mass., January 29, 1825. 

1855. Abigail DagCxEtt* (Daniel,'' Daniel," Elihu,^ Mayhew,* 
John,^ Thomas,^ John.'), boru Attleboro', Mass., March 8, 1795; 
died Mansfield, Mass., January 31, 1873 ; married Attleboro', Mass., 
November 2, 1815, Stephen Richardson, son of Daniel and Chloe 


Richardson; born Attleboro', Jlass., September "2, 1794; died Mans- 
field, Mass., Septemljer 22, 188.5. 
Issue : 

2661. i. Chloe Richardson,' born Attluboro', Mass., .July 23, ISIG. 

2662. ii. Cynthia Ann Richardson," boiii Attleboro', Mass. 

2663. iii. Abigail Richardson," born Attleboro', Mass.; married Harrison A. 

Williams; resides Mansfield, Mass. (1892). 

1856. Rhoda Daggett' {Daniel,'' Daniel,^ Elihu," Mayhew,* 
John," Thomas," John''), boru Attleboro', Mass., November 2;"), 
1797; married Attleboro', Mass., March 25, 1818, Pardon Sheldon, 
of Cumberland, R.I., son of William and Sarah (Brown) Sheldon; 
born Cumberland, R.I., May 21, 1790. 


2664. i. William Daggett Sheldon," born May 30, 1819; resides Ker- 

honkson, N.Y. (1892). 

2665. ii. Emily Ann Sheldon," born September 30, 1821. 

2666. iii. Stephen Brown Sheldon," born December 19, 1823. 

2667. iv. Abagail Richardson Sheldon," born November 8, 1826. 

2668. V. Daniel Pardon Sheldon," born November 30, 1828. 

2669. vi. George Henry Sheldon," born October 28, 1831. 

1857, Daniel Daggett* (Daniel,'' Daniel,^ Elihu,' Mayhem,* 
John," Thomas,- John '), born Attleboro', Mass., October 31, 1804; 
died Milwaukee, Wis., May 5, 1871 ; married Attleboro', Mass., 
October 4, 1827, Elizabeth Nichols Franklin, daughter of Ebenezer 
and Mary (Patt) Franklin; born December 19, 1806. 

Issue : 

2670. i. Daniel Cortis Daggett," born Taunton, Mass., July 11, 1828. 

2671. ii. Thomas Henry Daggett," born Providence, R.I., February 22, 

1831; married 1st, July 31, 1856, Mary R.aymond ; divorced; mar- 
ried 2d, Harriet . 

2672.111. Margaret Elizebeth Daggett," born Fitcbburg, Mass., July 21, 
1834 ; married November 19, 1856, William Chase. 

2673. iv. Mary Adelaide Daggett," born Newburyport, Mass., June 26, 1841 ; 

married October 19, 1864, Hiram M. Booth. 

Daniel Daggett was a manufactiu-er. He resided at 608 Walnut 
street, Milwaukee, Wis. Removed there, from Newburyport, in 1850. 

1859. Hannah Daggett'* {Daniel,'' Daniel,'^ Ulihu,' Mayhew,* 
John," Thomas,^ John'), born Attleboro', Mass., March 1, 1810; 
died Attleboro', Mass., July 27, 1846; married Attleboro', Mass., 
September 6, 1831, by Rev. Nathaniel Wright, to William Heury 
Robinson, son of Obed and Abigail (Everett) Robinson ; boru Attle- 
boro', Mass., February 14, 1810; died Attleboro', Mass., November 
8, 1868. 

Issue : 

2674. i. William Henry Robinson," born Attleboro', Mass., June 26, 1833; 

married 1st, Angle Martin; married 2d, Ellen Blake, daughter of 
Eliab F. and Abigail E. (Fuller) Blake ; issue : several children. 


2G75. ii. CoKNELins D. Robinson,^ born Attleboro', Mass., August 28, 1835. 

2676. iii. Daniel H. Robinson,' born Attleboro', Mass., May 3, 1839. 

2677. ir. Edwin Augustus Robinson," born Attleboro', Mass., November 12, 

1842; married 1st, Ida Draper, daughter of George Adams and 
Lydia Anna (Bishop) Draper; died probably before 1885. 
267S. V. Hannah Elizabeth Robinson,' born Attleboro', Mass., August 18, 

1S60. Samuel Slatee Daggett" {Daniel,'' Daniel,'^ EHhu,^ May- 
heiv,'' John,' Thomas,^ John^), boru Attleboro', Mass., April 19, 
1812; died Milwaukee, Wis., May 23, 1869; married North Bran- 
ford, Couu., April 19, 1840, by Rev. John D. Baldwin, D.D., to 
Ruth Sophrouia Bishop, daughter of Neriah and Harriet (Handy) 
Bishop; born Guilford, Conu., December 6, 1813; resides Pasadena, 
Cal. (1892). 

Issue : 

2679. i. Charles Daniel Daggett,' born Milwaukee, Wis., May 2, 1851. 
Samuel S. Daggett was president of the Northwestern Mutual Life 

Insurance Company. 

1862. MiNA Briggs Bagg-ett" {Daniel,'' Daniel,'^ Elilm,'' May- 
hew,'' John,^ Thomas,^ John''), born Attleboro', Mass., April 7, 
1817; "jeweller;" died Mansfield, Mass., December 13, 1874; mar- 
ried Attleboro', Mass., April 7, 1846, by Rev. Reuben Morey, to 
Anna Maria Huntress, daughter of Nathaniel and Anna M. Hun- 
tress ; born 1830; resides "Winter street. West Somerville, Mass. 

Issue : 

2680. i. Anna Maria Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., February 12, 1847. 

2681. ii. Alida Mazella Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., August 2, 1848; 

married Mansfield, Mass., November 21, 1871, by Rev. Welcome 
Lewis, to Jefferson J. Gray, son of James and Judith Gray ; " frame- 
maker;" born Sheffield, Vt., 1836; resides Winter street. West 
Somerville, Mass. (1892). 

2682. iii. Mina Ednah Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., July 12, 1852; died 

Attleboro', Mass., Oct. 9, 1863. 

2683. iv. Frederic W. Daggett,' born March 23, 1864; died October 6, 18G5. 

1864r. Sylvan Stanley^ {Betsey Daggett,'' Daniel," EUhu,^ May- 
hew,* John,' Thomas,^ John '), born Attleboro', Mass., April 7, 1798 ; 
married Miss Frye. 

Issue : 

2684. i. Elisabeth Stanley,' married William Trescott; issue: Walter,'" 

Annie,'" Lizzie," Frederic Trescott.'" 

2685. ii. Rebecca Stanley,' married Horace Lincoln, son of William; issue: 

Edwin H. Lincoln,'" Jennie A. Lincoln.'" 

2686. iii. Sylvia A. Stanley,' married Stephen Stanley, son of Stephen Olney 

and Betseys. (Stanley) Stanley (see No. 2704) ; issue : Jesse,'" Alice 

2687. iv. William Stanley,' married ; a clergyman ; issue ; several children. 

2688. V. Frances Stanley.' 


1866. Veknal Stanley" {Betsey IJagrjett,' Diuntl," Elihu,' Jla//- 
hew,* John,^ Thomas,^ John '), born Attleboro', Mass., May 30, 1802 ; 
married Louisa Wellmau ; born 1805; died Attleboro', Mass., May 
21, 1863. 

Issue : 

2689. i. Daniel O. Stanley,' born Attleboro', Mass., January 15, 1836. 

2690. ii. George H. Stanley,' born Attleboro', Mass., August 31, 1837; dieil 

Attleboro", Mass., April 26, 1839. 

2(!;il. iii. Caroline W. Stanley," born Attleboro', Mass., October, 1838; died 
Attleboro', Mass., July 1, 1811. 

2692. iv. Julia L. Stanley,' born Attleboro', Mass., December, 1840; died At- 
tleboro', Mass., June 22, 1841. 

2G93. V. Aktemas Woodward Stanley,' born Attleboro', Mass., 1842; died 
.Attleboro', Mass., October 1, 1862. 

2694. vi. John F. Stanley,' born .\ttlehoro', Mass., 1844; died Attleboro', 

Mass., August 21, 1814. 

1867. Chloe Read Stanley' {Betsey Daggett,'' D<uiiel,^ EUhn," 
Mayhew,* John,^ Thomas,'^ John '), born Attleboro', Mass., February 
25, 1805 ; died May 25, 1827 ; married James Cutler Tufts ; born 
1801; died April 14, 1827. 

Issue : 

2695. i. Ja.mes Tufts,' married; bad issue ; died. 

2696. ii. William Cutler Tufts,' married Laura J., daughter of Jacob ami 

Deborah (Biites) Capron; issue: four children. 

2697. iii. Emmeline Tufts,' born 1822; died Attleboro', Mass., July 21, 1844. 

1868. Otis Stanley' {Betsey Daggett,^ Daniel," Elihu,^ Mayhew,* 
John,^ Thomas,'' Jo /( ?i '), born Attleboro', Mass., March 9, 1807; 
died Attleboro', Mass., August 9, 1888 ; married Attleboro' Falls, 
Mass., January 6, 1847, Harriette Whitney, daughter of Martin and 
Nancy (Orne) Whitney; born Attleboro', Mass.. November 23, 1816; 
died Attleboro', Mass., February 13, 1877. 

Issue : 

2698. i. Maria Stanley,' married Thomas Patterson ; issue ; Haitie Patterson.'" 

2699. ii. Edward Otis Stanley,' married Caroline C. Durfee, of Fall Kiver; 

issue: Margorie,'" Robert.'" 

1869. Betsey Shepard Stanley* {Betsey Daggett,'' Daniel,' 
Elihu,^ May heiv," John, ^ Thomas,^ Jbfoi'),born Attleboro', Mass., 
November 24, 1808; died Attleboro', Mass., June 15, 1886; married 
Attleboro', Mass., September 28, 1830, Stephen Olney Stanley, son 
of Stephen and Martha Stanley; born Attleboro', Mass., June 11, 
1801; died Attleboro', Mass., April 24, 1876. 

Issue : 

2700. i. Martha Stanley,' born Attleboro', Mass., February 11, 1836; mar- 

ried Edw. C. Knapp, son of Ephraim; she died Attleboro', Mass., 
February 2, 1892; issue: Maria,'" Mabel," Abby,'" Edward T.,'" 
Lizzie,'" Ephraim,'" Betsey,'" Fanny.'" 

2701. ii. Mart Stanley,' born Attleboro', Mass., February 11, 1836; rnarried 

Andrew J. Thomas; she died Attleboro', Mass., August 5, 1863. 


2702. iii. Stephen Olney Stanley,^ born Attleboro', Mass., 1838; died Attle- 

boro', Mass., November 4, 1838. 

2703. iv. Aeey Stanley,^ born Attleboro', Mass., 1840; died Attleboro', Mass., 

January 25, 1856. 

2704. T. Stephen Stanley,'' born .-Vttleboro', Mass., June 11, 1842; married 

Sylvia A. Stanley (see No. 2(j86). 

2705. vi. Benjamin Stanley,^ born Attleboro', Mass., June 3, 1848; married 

EllaBriggs; issue: Edith,'" Artemas,'" Nellie,'" Percy.'" 

1870. Milton Stanley^ {Betsey Daggett,'' Daniel,^ EMii,' May- 
hew," John,^ Thomas,'^ John'), born Attleboro', Mass., July 15, 
1810; married 1st, Abigail K. ; married 2d, Caroline . 

Issue : 

2706. i. Nathan Stanley,' resides Boston, Mass. 

2707. ii. Harriette Stanley,'" married Joseph Orville Fairbanlcs ; died Mans- 

field, Mass., January, 1892. 

2708. iii. Osborne Stanley.' 

1872. Harriet E.milt St.4.nley* {Betsey Daggett,'' Da<,iel,° 
Elihu,^ Mayhew," John,^ Thomas,^ John'), bom Dracut, Mass., 
May 17, 1815; resides Attleboro', Mass. (189.3) ; married Dr. Seleai 
A. Stanley, son of John and Juliet Stanley ; born 1809 ; died October 
18, 1852. 

Issue : 

2709. i. Frank Stanley,' married, and had issue, Edward C..'" Mary'"; he 

died August 2, 1862. 

1875. Henry Daggett Bulkley" {Amelia. M. Daggett,'' Hennj,^ 
Elihu,^ Mayhew,* John,^ Thomas," John '), born New Haven, Conn., 
April 20, 1803 ; died New York city, January 4, 1872 ; married New 
York city (?), October 1, 1835, Juliana Barnes, daughter of Wheeler 
and Emma White (Olmstead) Barnes, of Rome, N.Y. ; born Rome, 
N.Y., July 10, 1811 ; resides Orange, N.J. 

Issue : 

2710. i. Amelia Martha Bulkley,' born New Yorlc city, December 8, 183G; 

died March 24, 1841. 

2711. ii. JnLiA Bulklev,' born New York city, October 1, 1838; married June 

10, 1863, J. Cleveland Cady, architect. New Yorli; she died Decem- 
ber 19, 1869; issue: Alice C. Cady.'" 

2712. iii. Henry Wheeler Bulkley,' born New Yorli city, July 22, 1842. 

2713. iv. Lccins Duncan Bulkley,' born New York city, Jan. 12, 1845. 

2714. T. Emma Matilda Bulkley," born New York city, March 22, 1850. 

2715. vi. Mary Daggett Bulkley,' born New York city, July 25, 1853; re- 

sides Brick Church, N.J. 

Dr. Henry D. Bulkley graduated at Yale College, 1S21, and New 
York Medical College in 1829. 

He was a physician of high standing, and long connected with New 
York Hospital. President of New Y'ork Academy of Medicine. 

1876. Amelia Martha Bulkley* {Amelia M. Daggett,'' Eenry,^ 
EUhv,^ Mayhew,* John,^ Thoma^,^ John'), born New Haven, Conn., 


March 13, 180G ; died New York citj', August 21, 1834 ; married New 
York city, Juue 30, 1829, Stewart Craig Marsli, "New York mer- 

Issue : 
271G. i. Stewart Craig Marsh," born New York city, 1830; died New York 
city, 1831. 

2717. ii. John Alston Marsh," bora New York city, June 1, 1832; died Lon- 

don, Eng., about 1860. 

2718. iii. Stewart Craig Marsh," born Now York city, June 19, 1834; died 

about 1864. 

1877. Elisabeth Daggett Hooker " (Elisabeth Dagqelt,'' Henry ^^ 
EUliii,^ Mayhem," John,' Thomas,- John^), born Farmington, Conu., 
May 1, 1813; resides Bloomfield and Hartford, Conn. (1892) ; mar- 
ried Farmington, Conu., September 10, 1834, Hon. Francis Gillette, 
son of Eev. Ashbel and Achsali (Francis) Gillette, of Hartford, 
Conn.; born Windsor, Conn., December 4, 1807; died Hartford, 
Conn., September 30, 1879. 

Issue : 
2719.1. .\SHBEL Frank Gillette," born Wintonbury, Conn., May 17, 1836; 

died California, August 4, 1859. 
27l'0. ii. ElisarivTH Hooker Gillette," born Bloonifleld, Conn., December 7, 

1838 ; married September 20, 1864, George H. Warner, son of Justin 

Warner; be born December 21, 1833; secretary American Emigrant 


2721. iii. EmvARD Hooker Gillette," born Bloomfield. Conn., October 1, 1840; 

married June 26, 1866, Sopbie Tberesa Stoddard, daughter of Joseph 
Nettleton and Sophia Ives (Buddington) Stoddard, of Milford, 
Conn.; born New Haven, Conn., Marcli 9, 1845; resides Des 
Moines, la. 

2722. iv. Robert Hooker Gillette," born Bloomfield, Conn., August 1, 1842; 

died Fort Fisher, N.C., Jan. 16, 1865. 

2723. V. Mary Hooker Gillette," born Wintonbury, Conn., June 24, 1845; 

died Wintonbury, Conn., August 27, 1847. 

2724. vi. William Hooker Gillette," born Hartford, Conn., July 24,1853; 

married June 1, 1882, Helen Nickels, daughter of David A. Nickels, 
of Detroit, Mich. ; born August 3, 1860. 
Mr. Gillette is an actor and dramatic author ; resides Hartford, Conn. 

1878. John Hooker » (Elisabeth Daggett,' Henry, ^ Elihu,' May- 
hew,* John,' Thomas,- ,/f)/( « ' ) , born Farmington, Conn., April 19, 
1816; resides Hartford, Conu. (1892); married Hartford, Conn., 
August o, 1841, Isabella Beecher, daughter of Eev. Lyman and 
Harriet (Porter) Beecher; born Litchfield, Conn., February 22, 1822. 

Issue : 

2725. i. Thomas Beecher Hooker," born Farmington, Conn., September 30, 

1842; died Farmington, Conn., September 30, 1842. 

2726. ii. Mary Beecher Hooker," born Farmington, Conn., August 15, 1845; 

married October 4, 1866, Eugene Burton, of Hartford, Conn. ; she 
died January 20, 1886. 

2727. iii. Alice Beecher Hooker," born Farmington, Conn., .Vugust 26, 1847; 

married June 17, 1869, John C. I);iy, lawyer, son of Calvin Day; 
resides Hartford, Conn. 


2728. iv. Edward Beecher Hooker,' born Hartford, Conn., February 26, 

1855; married September 18, 1879, Martha C. Kilbourne, daughter 
of Joseph K. Kilbourne; born Norfolk, Conn., November 11, 1853; 
" physician;" resides Hartford, Conn. 

Mr. aud Mrs. Hooker celebrated their goldeu wedding in 1891. 
Mrs. Hooker stands at the head of the woman suffragists of the 
country, and for this reason the celebration assumed largely a sort of 
jubilee of woman suffragists. Mr. Hooker's connection with the 
bench of the State attracted many notables of the legal profession. 

1880. Commander Edward Hooker," U.S.N. {Elizabeth Daggett J 
Henry,' Elihii,^ Mayhew," Join)," Thomas,'^ John'), born Farming- 
ton, Conn., December 25, 1822; resides 289 Gates avenue, Brook- 
lyn, N.Y. (1892) ; married 1st, Warreu, R.I., March 28, 1847, 
Elizabeth Moore Wardwell, daughter of Capt. Moses H. and Mary 
(Bushee) Wardwell, of Warren, R.I. ; born Warren, R.I., June 22, 
1829; died Warren, R.I., February 10, 1849; married 2d, Provi- 
dence, R.I., May 11, 1851, Esther Ann Smith Battey, daughter of 
Henry and Susan Townsend (Smith) Battey, of Providence, R.I. ; 
born Providence, R.I., September 8, 1825. 

Issue : 

2729. i. LiLLiE Josephine Hooker,' born Providence, K.I., January 14, 1854; 

resides at home. 

2730. ii. LuCT Cowles Hooker,' born Providence, R.I., March 17, 1856; died 

Providence, R.I., October 7, 1856. 

2731. iii. RosAEELLE Townsend Hooker,' born Providence, R.I., June 9, 1858. 

2732. iv. Henry Daggett Hooker," born Providence, R.I., April 14, 1859. 

Commander Edward Hooker was bred to the sea in the merchant 
marine, commanding a ship wheu twenty-three years old. One of 
the earliest volunteers for the naval service in the Civil War, he was 
appointed acting master July, 1861. His first service was in the 
gunboat " Louisiana." He was severely wounded during a boat ex- 
pedition October 5, 1861. He was the first officer of his grade 
wounded during the war. He took an active part in the Burnside 
expedition while in the " Louisiana." At Newberne that vessel fired 
the first and the last shot of the action. Soon after the capture of 
Newberne he became the executive officer of the " Louisiana." At 
the time of the Confederate attack upon Wilmington, N.C., in Sep- 
tember, 1862, the ship was fought by Commander Hooker, in the 
absence of the commanding officer, in a manner which caused high 
commendation from commanding officers of our own forces. For 
gallantry on this occasion he was made acting volunteer lieutenant, 
to date from the d.iy of the action. He was then ordered to a com- 
mand in the blockade off Wilmington, and soon after to the command 
of a division of the Potomac flotilla, in which command he continued 


until the end of the war. Then promoted to acting volunteer lieu- 
tenant commander. 

After the war he was at the New York Navy Yard. Then took 
the store-ship "Idaho" to the Asiatic squadron, and whOe there was 
transferred from the volunteer to the regular uav}' list. Commis- 
sioned lieutenant March, 1868, and lieutenant commander Decem- 
ber, 1868. Captain of the yard at League island until February, 
1884. While on duty at the Naval Home, Philadelphia, was pi-o- 
moted to commander. In December, 1884, placed on the retired list. 
Since then residing in Brooklyn, N.Y. 

1882. Samuel Worcester Andrew * {Mary Dagi/eU,'' Heitn/,'' 
Elihu,' Mayhexv,* John,^ Thomas,' John^), born Woodbury, Conn., 
June 8, 1822; died December 17, 1849; married January 4, 1848, 
Fannie Augusta Crafts, daughter of Gen. Chauucey Crafts, of Wood- 
bury, Conn. 

Issue : 

i. Samuel Wokcester Andrew,' agent Fairbanks Lartl Co., 5 Central 
wharf , Boston ; resides Jamaica Plain, Mass. (1892). 

1889. Charity Galieucia Daggett* {George,'' Elilm," Elihn,^ 
MayJietv," Jolin,^ Thomas,' John^), born Fairfield, Me., September 
16, 1800; died Lowell, Mass., November 4, 1866; married Fairfield, 
Me., March 18, 1824, William Stone Stanley, of Fairfield, Me., son 
of William and Polly (Stone) Stanley (No. 1366); born Massa- 
chusetts, October 12, 1790; died Galesburg, 111., October 12, 1848. 

Issue : 

2733. i. Marietta B. Stanley, » born West Waterville, Me., May 30, 182«; 

died in infancy. 

2734. ii. Juliette Stanley," born West Wateryille, Me., January 12, 1828; 

died in infancy. 

2735. iii. Emily F. Stanley," born West Waterville, Me., October 31, 1830; 

resides 216 South Garfield avenue, Peoria, 111. (1892). 

2736. iv. Thomas Martin Stanley," born West Waterville, Me., February 6, 

1832; died Peoria, 111., June 16, 1859. 

1890. Lydia Tuycross Daggett' {George,' EUhu,'^ Eiihu,^ 
Mayhew," John,^ Thomas,'' John'), born Fairfield, Me., January 8, 
1805; died Rio, 111., December 27, 1889; married Stark, Me., Oc- 
tober 20, 1830, Eber Stuart Moor, son of -John and Susana (Stuart) 
Moor; born Anson, Me., October 15, 1807; "farmer;" died Rio, 
111., March 4, 1879. 

Issue : 

2737. i. Nancy Bodfish Moor,' born Anson, Me., August 4. 1831; unmar- 

ried (1892). 

2738. ii. Ellen Daggett Moor," born Anson, Me., March G, 1833; died Rio, 

111., February 14, 1846. 


2739. iii. Angus Moor,^ born Anson, Me., February 8, 1835; married Lydia 

F. (Daggett) Stevens (No. 2747). 

2740. iv. Ursula Eveline Mook,^ born Anson, Me., March 22, 1837; married 

Rio, 111., Daniel Newel Harwood; address, Slielbyville, 111. (1892). 

2741. V. Frank Norman Moor," born Anson, Me., February 26, 1839; ad- 

dress. Cedar Bluffs, Neb. (1892). 

2742. vi. Charles Stuart Moor," born Anson, Me., January 13, 1841; ad- 

dress. Cedar Bluffs, Neb. (1892). 

2743. vii. Clara Jane Moor," born Anson, Me., August 13, 1843; married A. 

A. Rice; died Pine Bluff, Ark., August 3, 1865. 

pjber S. Moor was road commissioner one year for Rio township, 
and school director several years. 

1891. Emily Appleton Daggett' {George,'' EUhu,'^ Elihu,^ 
Miiyliew,* John,^ Thomas,- John^), born Fail-field, Me., March 22, 
1807; resides Bradford Centre, Me. (1892); married 1st, Fairfield, 
Me., October 30, 1830, Seth Webb Kimball, of Fairfield, Me., son of 
Frank and Mehitabel (Webb) Kimball; born Deer Island, Me., June 
10, 1799; "farmer;" died June 17, 1839; married 2d, Atkinson, 
Me., December 25, 1850, Alexander Nelson, son of Roland and 
(Fernald) Nelson; born Portsmouth, N.H. ; "sea captain;" died 
about 1881. 

Issue : 

2744. i. Mary Ann Kimball," born Fairfield, Me., September 21, 1831; died 

August 27, 1856. 

2745. ii. Albion Paris Kimball," born Atkinson, Me., August 3, 1837. 

1892. Geokge Randolph Daggett^ {George,'' Elihu,^ Elihu," 
Maijheio,* John,' Thomas,'' John^), born Fairfield, Me., November 
18, 1809; died Atkinson, Me., December 12, 1881; married 1st, 
Sebec, Me., May 12, 1842, by A. M. Robinson, Esq., to Paulina 
King Chase, daughter of Joseph and Comfort (Livermore) Chase; 
born Sebec, Me., December 28, 1823; "farmer;" died Atkinson, 
Me., September 2, 1856; married 2d, Atkinson, Me., August 21, 
1857, by A. M. Robinson, Esq., to Adlenta Jane Chase, daughter of 
Ezekiel and Mercy (Livermore) Chase; born Sebec, Me., February 
12, 1835 ; died Atkinson, Me., AprO 19, 1886. 

Issue : 

2746. i. Ellen Maria Daggett," born Atkinson, Me., March 1, 1843. 

2747. ii. Lydia Frances Daggett," born Atkinson, Me., June 17, 1844. 

2748. iii. Henrietta Atwood Daggett," born Atkinson, Me., August 13, 1848. 

2749. iv. Albert Austin Daggett," born Atkinson, Me., September 30, 1851. 

2750. V. Hattie Evelyn Daggett," born Atkinson, Me., October 13, 1858. 

2751. vi. George Warren Daggett," born Atkinson, Me., March 11, 1862; 

married Atkinson, Me., October 5, 1887, Hattie Rose McCorrison, 
daughter of Moses and Isabella (Frost) McCorrison ; born Atkin- 
son, Me., December 16, 1863; " house carpenter ; " resides Milo, 
Me. (1892). 

2752. vii. Edwin Snow Daggett," born Atkinson, Me., October 11, 1864; 

married Milo, Me., August 3, 1890, Cora Mabel Mooers, daughter 
of David A. and Melissa (Davis) Mooers; born Milo, Me., March 


18, 1865; "meat and green groceries;" resides Montague, Me. 
2753. viii. Earl Percy D.^ggett," born Atkinson, Me., Marcli G, 18G9 ; " meat 
and green groceries; " resides Montague, Me. (1892). 

1893. M.\RV Ann D.\ggett" {GeorgeJ Elihu,^ Elihu,^ Mnyhew,* 
JoJin," Thomas,' John '), bom Fairfield, Me., October 7, 1811 ; died 
Atkinson, Me., July 29, 1847; married Fairfield, Me., 182|-, Samuel 
Burrill, of Fairfield, Me., sou of Bela Burrill; died Fairfield, Me., 

Issue : 

275-t. i. Agnes Burrill." 

2755. ii. William 13urrill.' 

27.16. iii. Bela Bdreill.' 

2757. iv. Emily Burrill.^ 

2758. V. Paulina Bukeill.' 

2759. vi. (Infant) Burkill,' died wlien a few weelts old. 

1894. Eakl Percy Daggett * {George,'' Elihu,'' Elihu,^ Mayhew,* 
John,' Thomas;' John''), born Fairfield, Me., May 30, 1820; 
"farmer;" resides Medford, Me. (1892); married Atkinson, Me., 
July 25, 1847, by Rev. Randall Noyes, to Sarah Jane Gould, 
daughter of James and Sally (Osgood) Gould, of Atkinson; born 
Atkinson, Me., August 22, 1822. 

Issue : 
27G0. i. John Gouli> Daggett," bom Orneville, Me., June 15, 1810. 

1895. Albion K. Paris Daggett" {George,' Elihn,'^ Elihu,' 
Mayheiu,^ John,^ Thomas,' John '), born Fairfield, Me., February 20, 
1822; resides Bradford, Me. (1892); married Atkinson, Me., May 
28, 1844, Elizabeth Warren Heald, daughter of "Warren and Martha 
(Whitney) Heald, of Winslow, Me. ; born Winslow, Me., December 
22, 1822. 

Issue : 

2761. i. Mary Elizabeth Daggett," born Orneville, Me., February 26, 1845. 

2762. ii. Charles Albert Daggett," born Orneville, Me., November 24, 

1816 ; soldier in Thirtv-second Maine Regiment Volunteers ; killed 
at battle Coal Harbor June 3, 1862. 

2763. iii. Martha Ellen Daggett," horn Orneville, Me., May 20, 1850; died 

Orneville, Me., March 8, 1854. 

2764. iv. Annie Maria Daggett," born Orneville, Me., January 22, 1852; died 

Orneville, Me., April 6, 1854. 

Mr. Daggett was a soldier in the Sixteenth Regiment Maine Volun- 
teers ; he is a farmer. 

1896. Rev. Lyman White Daggett' {Elihu,' Elihu,^ Elihu,' 
Mayhew,* John,' Thomas;- John^), born Attleboro', Mass., July 28, 
1812; died North Attleboro', Mass., January 10, 1892; married 
Wre'ntham, Mass., June 8, 1842, by Rev. Benj. H. Davis, to Nancy 


rViant Fuller, of Newton, daughter of John and Nancy (Grant) 
Fuller; born Newton, Mass., October 5, 1813 ; died North Attleboro", 
Mass., January 19, 1892. 
Issue : 

2765. i. CoRissANDE La Roche Daggett,' born Andover, Mass., May 20, 1844 ; 

resides Attleboro' Falls, Mass. (1893). 
276C. ii. IIarkiette Everett Daggett,' born Woodstock, Vt., September 1, 

1846; died Attleboro', Mass., December 2, 1875. 

2767. iii. Ada Fuller Daggett,' horn Attleboro', Mass., September 9, 1848; 

died Attleboro', Mass., January 2, 1852. 

Rev. Lyman W. Daggett received his education in the Attleboro' 
public schools and Phillips Academy, of Andover. 

After teaching for eight years he entered the ministry of the 
Universalist church, preaching at Hollistou and Andover, Mass., 
and Woodstock and Hartland, Vt. 

In 1848 he gave up the ministry and located in Noith Attleboro'. 
Mr. Daggett was selectman, overseer of the poor, assessor, town 
clerk, and member of the school committee, and represented the town 
in the lower branch of the Legislature in 1851, 1852, and 1853. 

1900. James Madison Daggett " (Jacob,'' Elihu," Elihn," May- 
hew,^ Jolin,^ Thomas,' John^), bom Attleboro', Mass., May 10, 
1809; " jeweller; " resides Attleboro', Mass. (1892) ; married Attle- 
boro', Mass., April 28, 1842, Amanda Melvina Coombs, daughter of 
Ruben and Permelia Marie (Keyes) Coombs ; liorn Shrewsbury, 
Mass., June 10, 1820; died Attleboro', Mass., April 18, 1874. 

Issue : 

2768. i. Ijiogene Augusta Daggett.' born Attleboro', Mass., February 3, 


2769. ii. Byron Elihu Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., February 17, 1846; 

of B. E. Daggett & Co., manufacturing jewellers, Providence, R.I. 

1901. Henry Lefkelet Daggett ' {Jacob,'' EUkU;''' Elihu,' May- 
lie w,'' John,' Thomiis,'- John'), born Attleboro', Mass., August 10, 
1812; died Boston, Mass., March 1, 1882; married Boston, Mass., 
April 6, 1841, by Rev. George Ripley, to Sarah pjliza Williams, 
daughter of Isaac and Diana (Towne) Williams; boru Boston, 
Mass., October 8, 1824; resides 116 Commonwealth avenue, Bos- 
ton (1893). 

Issue : 

2770. i. Isaac Williams Daggett,' born Boston, Mass., April 27, 1845; died 

Lynn, Mass., July 27, 1864. 

2771. ii. Harriet McLeod Daggett,' born Boston, Mass., February 19, 1848; 

died Boston, Mass., April 16, 1860. 

2772. iii. Henry Lefrelet Daggett,' born Boston, Mass., July 19, 1851. 

2773. iv. Sara Whittemore Daggett,' born Boston, Mass., October 2, 1859. 

2774. T. Eleanor Williams Daggett,' born Boston, Mass., March 21, 1865, 


Heury L. Daggett was one of the stanehest merchauts of the shoe 
aud leather business m Boston. From 1834 to 1850 he was located 
at 202 Washington street, from whence he moved in 1851 to 29 Kilby 
street. In 1855 he moved to 152 Congress street, and in the follow- 
ing year to 101 and 103 Pearl street. In 1860 the firm became 
Henry L. Daggett & Co., which form it retained until the end of his 
business life in 1881. 

Thus for almost fifty years he was engaged in the shoe and leather 
business, a man known to the trade all over the United States, and 
known as one of the most high-minded aud honorable of business 
men. He held many positions of trust and responsibility, and was a 
well-known and popular member of the Boston Board of Ti-ade. 

1902. Mayhew Fishee Daggett" (Jacob,'' Elihu,'^ Elihu,^ May- 
hew,'^ Johu,^ Thomas,^ John^), born Attleboro', Mass., December 4, 
1814; married 1st, Attleboro', Mass., March 20, 1837, Adeline G. 

Nott, daughter of and Mehitabel (Pond) Nott; born Jersey 

City, N.J., June 24, 1815 ; died Wrentham, Mass., August 16, 1867 ; 
married 2d, Emma ; born Woonsocket, E.I. 

Issue : 
277.T. i. Sarah Jane Daggett,' born Wrentham, Mass., November 11, 1839. 

2776. ii. George Henry Daggett,' born Wrentham, Mass., January 8, 1842; 

died Taunton, Mass., February 10, 1873. 

2777. iii. Daniel Leland Fletcher Daggett,' born Wrentham, Mass., October 

22, 1847. 

2778. iv. Mathew F. Daggett,' born Uxbridge, Mass., November 17, 1872; 

died Wrentham, Mass., June 17, 1873. 

1904. WiLLARD Elihu Daggett" {Jacob,'' EUhu,^ EHhu,^ May- 
heio,* John,^ Thomas,^ John^), born Attleboro', Mass., February 8, 
1818; resides Harvard street, Brookline, Mass. (1893); married 
Boston, Mass., June 7, 1846, by Rev. Joseph Bauward, to Mary 
Atwood Wade. 

Issue : 

2779. i. Willard Francis Daggett,' born Dorchester, Mass., August 7, 1850. 

2780. ii. Fanny S. Daggett,' born Roxbury, Mass., November 22, 1854. 

1908. Caroline P. Daggett' (Milton,' Elijah,'' EWiu,' 3Iay- 
liew," John, ^ Thomas,^ John ^), 'born Lineoln, Mass., 1820; married 
1st, Boston, Mass., September 20, 1838, by Rev. J. W. Downing, to 
Joseph Shaw; married 2d, Boston, Mass., April 7, 1869, by Seth C. 
Carey, to Joseph J. Bigelow, son of Isaac and Nancy Bigelow ; born 
Leominster, Mass., 1805; "watchmaker, Boston." 

1909. Lyman Daggett" (Milton,' Elijah,^ Elihu,^ Mayhew,* 
John,'' Thomas,'' John ^),'bovn Lincoln, Mass., 1821; died Boston, 


Mass., January 6, 1890; married 1st, Newton, Mass., December 29, 
1844, by Eev. L. Gilbert, to Susan M. Baker, daughter of Eleazer 
and Susan Baker; bornt Dorchester, Mass., 1821; died Dorchester, 
Mass., August 19, 1850; married 2d, Boston, Mass., July 17, 1851, 
Lydia A. Hill, daughter of Abraham Hill; born Northwood, N.H., 

Issue : 
27S1. i. Milton Lyman Baggett,'' born Boston, Mass., 1848. 

2782. ii. Isabella Frances Daggett," born Boston, Mass., about 1858; died 

Vineland, N.J., about 1874. 

2783. iii. Warren C. Daggett,' born Boston, Mass., 1862. 

1924. Mary Ann Daggett* (Otis,'' Joab,^ John,' Ehenezer,* 
John,'' Thomas,- John'), born Surry, N.H., September 18, 1813; 
died Peuacook, N.H., November 21, 1852 ; married Attleboro', Mass., 
April 28, 1836, by Rev. Mr. Forbush, to Henry Hayes Brown, son 
of David and Eunice (Hayes) Brown; born Seekonk, Mass., June 
17, 1805; died Cottage City, Mass.', September 24, 1873. 

Issue : 

2784. i. Henky Francis Brown,' born Attleboro', Mass., February 25, 1837; 

married Penacook, N.H., November 6, 1865, Isabel Dyer, daughter 
of William O. and Asenath (Pratt) Dyer; born Mendon, Mass., 
August 26, 1846; resides Penacook, N.H. (1892). 

2785. ii. David Arthur Brown,' born Attleboro', Mass., May 14, 1839. 

2786. iu. Mart Louisa Brown,' born Attleboro', Mass., June 25, 1841. 

2787. iv. Frederick Judson Brown,' born Penacook, N.H., July 11, 1844; 

died Penacook, N.H., April 9, 1872. 

2788. V. Ellen Maria Brown,' born Penacook, N.H., January 11, 1848. 

2789. vi. Isabel Nancy Brown,' born Penacook, N.H., April 7, 1850. 

2790. vii. Charles Howard Brown,' born Penacook, N.H., October 17, 1852; 

died Penacook, N.H., February 9, 1853. 

1925. John Gilman Daggett'* {Otis,'' Joab,^ John,' Ebenezer,* 
John,' Thomas,^ John'), born Sui-ry, N.H., June 21, 1816; "chair 
manufacturer ;" died Sterling, Mass., September 16, 1871; married 
Brattleboro', Vt., February 3, 1848, by Rev. Mr. King, to Augusta L. 
Warner, daughter of John and Zernah (Rich) Warner; born Boston, 
Mass., July 18, 1828 ; resides 11 Highland avenue, Somerville, Mass. 

Issue : 

2791. i. Grace Daggett," born Princeton, Mass., May 31, 1849; died Prince- 

ton, Mass., April 3, 1850. 

2792. ii. John Oilman Daggett,' born Princeton, Mass., November 21, 1850. 

2793. iii. M.^ry Daggett,' born Boston, Mass., October 3, 1860. 

2794. It. Mabel Daggett,' born Boston, Mass., October 3, 1860. 

1931. Martha Jane Daggett' {Otis,'' Joah,^ John, ^ Ehenezer,* 
John,' Thomas,^ John'), born Surry, N.H., February 1, 1836; died 
Brooklyn, N.Y., July 19, 1878; married Attleboro', Mass., May 8, 
1856, by Rev. W. H. Alden, to George Albert Shepardson, of Attle- 


boro', son of George Washington andjuliaette (Richards) Shepardson ; 
born Attleboro', Mass., September 22, 1835; died New York city, 
December 19, 1887. 
Issue : 

2795. i. Harky Richards Shepardson," born Attleboro", Mass., May 19, 1859. 
George A. Shepardson was in Battery A, 1st Regiment Rhode 

Island Light Artillery. Was wounded in first battle of Bull Run, 
Sunday, July 21, 1861. He left the Battery at Warrenton. 

1933. Abigail Daggett" {LevU^ Joab,'' JoJm,' Ebenezer,' John,' 
Thomas,- John'), born Troy, N.H., February 11, 1819; resides 
Richland Centre, Wis. (1886) ; married .Jaffrey, N.H.,May 17, 1847, 
by Rev. Leonard Tenney, to Benjamin Jewett Teuiiey, son of Benja- 
min and Betsey (Taylor) Tenney; born Groton, Mass., June 6, 1807 ; 
died Richland Centre, Wis., March 17, 1868. 


2796. i. Abby Ann Tenney,'' born Beloit, Wis., March 13, 1848; died Beloit, 

Wis., September 6, 1849. 

2797. ii. Emma Elisabeth Tenney," born Beloit, Wis., November 27, 1849. 

2798. iii. Helen Leora Tennet,' born Clarence, Wis., December 5, 1852; 

died Richland Centre, Wis., May 18, 1884. 

1933. Rev. Levi Daggett" (Levi,'' Joab,'' John,^ Ebeiiezer," 
John,' Thomas,'' John '), born Troy, N.H., July 3, 1820; died Willi- 
mantic. Conn., April 18, 1857; married Attleboro', Mass., Nov. 17, 
1842, by Rev. Mr. Bailey, to Selah Eleanor Bacon, daughter of George 
and Avis Bicknell (Fales) Bacon; born Attleboro', Mass., January 
31, 1822; resides Plainville, Mass. (1892). 

2799. i. Abbie Eleanor Daggett," born East Hartford, Conn., October 30, 


2800. ii. Emma Adelia Daggett," born Norwich, Conn., June 27, 1849; mar- 

ried Attleboro', Mass., November 19, 1873, by Rev. Edwin D. Hall, 
to Pliny Merton Cobb, son of Samuel C. and Huldah Cobb ; born 
Mansfield, Mass., 1849; he music teacher; she died May 10, 1874. 

2801. iii. Anna Caroline Daggett," born Mystic, Conn., January 5, 1855; 

married 1st, Attleboro', Mass., December 23, 1874, by Rev, Edwin D. 
Hall, to John H. Mathewson, son of John and Eunice Mathewson; 
" jeweller ;" born Attleboro', Mass., 1853; married 2d, Wrentham, 
Mass., June 11, 1885, C. N. Moore; she resides Plainville, Mass. 

Rev. Levi Daggett was a minister of the Methodist Episcopal 
church, preaching in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. 
He was presiding elder when he died. 

1934. JOAB Daggett" (Levi,'' Juab, '^ John, ^ Ebenezer,* John,' 
Thomas,^ John'), born Troy, N.H., August 7, 1822; "jeweller;" 
died Attleboro', Mass., October 31, 1861; married Lonsdale, R.I., 


April 21, 1844, Catharine Amanda Peek; born Rehoboth, Mass.; 
now Mrs. James Gunn ; resides 55 Garden street, Pawtucket, R.I. 

Issue : 

2802. i. Ella Catharine Daggett,^ born Jaffrey, N.H., September 10, 1846; 

resides Pawtucket, R.I. (1892). 

2803. ii. Edmund Joab Daggett,' born Attlehoro', Mass., October 29, 1848; 

married Attleboro', Mass., June 22, 1880, by Rev. George BuUen, to 
Mary Ella Dunnell, daughter of Roland B. and Vesta (Ware) 
Dunnell; born Lee, Me., 1859; no issue (1892); he machinist; 
resides Taunton, Mass. (1892). 

1940. Marcus Lafayette Daggett * {Marcus,'' Joab,^ John,'' 
Ebenezer,* JoJin,^ Thomas,^ John'), born Marlboro', N.H., June 
15, 1820; "jeweller;" died Pawtucket, R.I., November 22, 1882; 
married Martha . 

Issue : 

2804. i. Martha Isabell Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., January 9, 1846. 

2805. ii. Charles Frederick Daggett,' born Attleboro', Mass., September 19, 


1946. Elizabeth Ann Daggett' (Pliny,'' Joab, ^ John,'' Eben- 
ezer,* John,^ Thoma.i,^ John '), bom Troy, N.H., March 21, 1826; 
died Avoca, Wis., July 21, 1888; married 1st, Attleboro', Mass., 
October 14, 1846, Henry Clay Lucas, of Pawtucket, R.I. ; bom 
Northumberland, N.H., January 6, 1824; died Avoca, Wis., Novem- 
ber 26, 1870; married 2d, Avoca, Wis., September 11, 1873, Samuel 
Parks, of Saratoga, N.Y., son of Patrick and Abiah (Coon) Parks; 
born Saratoga county, N.Y., September 23, 1819; resides Frisco, 
Oklahoma territory (1892). 

Issue : 

2806. i. Ella Amanda Lhcas,' born Boston, Mass., September 5, 1847. 

1947. Alonzo D.A.GGETT ' {Pliny,'' Joab,^ John,'' Ebenezer,^ John,' 
Thomas," John^), born Troy, N.H., April 20, 1828 ; resides Jefferson, 
Iowa (1892) ; married Muscoda, Wis., January 17, 1875, Jane 
Midling, of Highland, Wis., daughter of James and Matilda (Mc- 
Loughlin) Midling; born Canada, February 6, 1854. 

Issue : 

2807. i. Alonzo Daggett,' born Pulaski, Wis., November 6, 1875. 

2808. ii. Henry Daggett,' born Highland, Wis., March 30, 1878. 

1949. Maey Jane Daggett' {Pliny,'' Joab,^ John," Ebenezer,* 
John,' Thomas,'^ John'), born Troy, N.H., February 7, 1832; re- 
sides Berlin, Wis. (1892) ; married Dodgeville, Wis., January 1, 
1856, Christopher Columbus Jenkins, of Buffalo, N.Y., son of Sam- 


uel and Margaret Rogers (Greuell) Jenkins ; born Amherst, N.Y., 
October 29, 1826. 
Issue : 

2809. i. Anne Cora Jenkins,' born Avoca, Wis., April 21, 1859. 

1951. Ferdinand Daggett*' (Pliny,'' Joab,^ John,' Ebenezer,* 
John,-' Thomas,^ John '), born Attleboro', Mass., May 26, 1836; re- 
sides Avoca, Wis. (1892) ; married Avoca, Wis., September 5, 1860, 
Anna Knight, of Clyde, Wis., daughter of Darius and Lydia C. 
(Gile) Knight; born Luzerne county. Pa., January 30, 1842. 

Issue : 

2810. i. Homer Lucas Daggett,^ born Avoca, Wis., July 9, 1861 ; died Avoca, 

Wis., January 10, 1863. 

2811. ii. Pliny Ulysses Daggett," born Avoca, Wis., May 18, 1867. 

1953. Pliny Augustus Daggett" {Pliny,'' Joab," John," Eben- 
ezer,* John,' Thomas,'' John'), born Attleboro', Mass., January 29, 
1838; resides 547 Pine street, Spokane, Wash. (1892) ; married 1st, 
Dodgeville, Wis., January 1, 1860, Margaret Lucretia Floyd, of 
Dodgeville, Wis., daughter of Armstead Waltham and Mary Ann 
(Stiles) Floyd; born Dodgeville, Wis., August 26, 1842; died Min- 
neapolis, Minn., February 26, 1887; married 2d, September 26, 1888, 
Helen Elthear jNIerriman, daughter of Samuel Levi and Marion Brad- 
ford (Obert) Merriman; born Friendship, N.Y., August 29, 1852. 

Issue : 

2812. i. Floyd Lorenzo Daggett," born Wyoming, Wis., December 15, 1861. 
281.S. ii. Marion Lucretia Daggett, 'born Spokane, Wash., November 2, 1889. 
28U. iii. Pliny Augustus Daggett,' born Spokane, Wash., September 1, 1891. 

Of P. A. Daggett & Co., " insurance," 306 Post street, Spokane 

1957. Claka Louise Daggett * (Pliny,'' Joab,^ John," Ebenezer,* 
John,^ Thomas,' John'), born Attleboro', Mass., January 8, 1852; 
resides Kilburn City, Wis. (1892) ; married Berlin, Wis., June 30, 
1877, Chester Smith, of Omro, Wis., son of William Champlin and 
Sarah (Foote) Smith; born Winnebago county, Wis., April 24, 1851. 

Issue : 

2815. i. Ella Rosalia Smith,' born Berlin, W-is., April 6, 1878. 

2816. ii. Grace Smith,' born Winneconne, Wis., July 7, 1880. 

2817. iii. Russell Lawrence Smith,' born Winneconne, Wis., March 22, 188-1. 

1965. Jonathan Maxcx Peck* (Lydia M. Daggett,'' Ebenezer,^ 
John," Ebenezer,* John,' Thomas,^ John'), born Attleboro', Mass., 
November 25, 1829 ; died Attleboro', Mass., September 21,. 1881; 
married Oberlin, Ohio, December 16, 1874, Mendora Eliza Wack, 


daughter of Chauncy and Mary Ann (Brown) Wack ; bom March 26, 
1852; resides Vine street, Oberlin, Ohio (1892). 
Issue ; 

281S. i. DoRSEV Maxcy Peck," born February 12, 1877; died May 19, 1880. 

2819. ii. Mart Ltdia Peck,'' born August 22, 1881. 

1976. John "Mathew Daggett^ {John,'' Ehenezer,^ John,^ 
Ehenezer,* John,'' Thomas,'' John '), born Attleboro', Mass., Novem- 
ber 16, 1845; i-esides Mariaiina, Ark. (1892) ; married 1st, Stoniug- 
ton. Conn., November 18, 1868, by Rev. John C. Middleton, to 
Ernestine Rose Brown, of Stoningtou, Conn., daughter of Thomas 
Moore aud Ann Elizabeth (Chapman) Browu ; born Stouiugton, Conn., 
March 20, 1849; died Marianua, Ark., December 4, 1876; married 
2d, Denton, Tex., October 14, 1879, by Rev. Stephen H. Greene, to 
Olive May Anderson, daughter of Jesse H. and Martha (Mottley) 
Anderson; born Lebanon, Teuu., December 14, 1855. 

Issue : 

2820. i. John Mayhew Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., December 31, 1869; 

died Marianna, Ark., October 11, 1891. 

2821. ii. Ernestine Rose Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., October 14, 1872 ; 

died Attleboro', Mass., February 26, 1873. 

2822. iii. SAMnEL Anderson Daggett," born Marianna, Ark., January 19, 

1881 ; died Marianna, Ark., August 23, 1885. 

2823. iv. Jesse Boomer Daggett," born Marianna, Ark., August 24, 1882. 

2824. V. Charles Eben Daggett," born Marianna, Ark., April 28, 1885. 

2825. vi. Maxct Dewitt Daggett," born Marianna, Ark., February 28, 1887. 

2826. vii. Amelia Daggett," born Marianna, Ark., April 28, 1889. 

John M. Daggett (B.U., 1868), attorney at law, has been post- 
master of Marianna, Ark., for some years; deputy clerk of Lee 
county, Ark., for some twelve years previous to 1885. He is also 
interested in real estate, and acts as loan agent. 

1978. Amelia Maxcy Daggett'' (John,'' Ebenezer,'^ John,^ Eben- 
ezer," John,' Thomas,^ John'), born Attleboro', Mass., October 23, 
1850; resides " Twin Elms Farm," Attleboro', Mass. (1892) ; married 
New York city, January 10, 1878, by Rev. Arthur Brooks, to George 
St. John Sheffield, son of Joseph Earl aud Maria (St. John) Sheffield ; 
born New Haven, Conn., April 2, 1842. 

No issue. 

1984. Nancy Ella Daggett' {Harvey M.,'' Ebenezer," John,^ 
Ehenezer,* John,' Thomas,- John '), born Attleboro', Mass., March 8, 
1853 ; resides North Attleboro', Mass. (1892), on the old homestead; 
married Attleboro', Mass., June 11, 1884, by Rev. Geo. O. Jenness, 
to James Bowker Parsons, of Attleboro', son of Fidelio and Rachel 


Aune (Bowker) Parsous, of Bangor, Me. ; boru Bangor, Me., Jan- 
uary 1, 1839; postmaster and depot-master, Attleboro' Falls. 
Issue : 

2827. i. Caruoll Daggett Parsons,' bora Attleboro', Mass., November 28, 

born Attleboro', Mass., December 15, 

1985. J.^MES E. McClellan " (A)aa I. Daggett,'' Ebenezer," John,^ 
Ebenpzer,* ./oJin,^ Thomas,^ Jolin^), hoxn Sutton, Mass., June 10, 
1838; died Harper's Ferry, Md., July 7, 1863. 

James E. McClellan enlisted in the Fifty-first Regiment of Massa- 
chusetts Volunteers in 1862. 

He was stationed at Beaufort, S.C, and there established a school 
for colored people, teaching it himself at such hours as he could com- 
mand when ofif duty. 

Just as the term of sei-vice of the regiment had expired they were 
called to join Meade's army, which was moving to repel Lee's invasion 
of Maryland. 

During this forced march Mr. McClellan was accidentally drowned 
at Harper's Ferry. 

Just before his death he was appointed lieutenant in a regiment of 
colored South Carolina volunteers. 

1989. John E. McClellan " {Ama I. Daggett,'' Ebenezer,^ John,' 
Ebenezer,* JoJin,"^ Thomas,' JoJm'), born Sutton. Mass., September 
5, 1847; resides Grafton, Mass. (1892) ; married 1st, Buffalo, Mo., 
November 17, 1868, Mary Bartshe ; died Springfield, Mo.. September, 
1881; married 2d, Grafton, Mass., May 16, 1887, S. Elizabeth 

Issue : 

2829. i. James H. McClellan,' born Buffalo, Mo., November 23, 18G9. 

2830. ii. Amt A. McClellan,' born Buffalo, Mo., May S, 1871; died Grafton, 

Mass., July 14, 1891. 

2831. iii. Leonard A. McClellan,' born Buffalo, Mo., March H, 1873. 

2832. iv. Martha F. McClellan,' born Grafton, Mass., September 12, 1888. 

1997. Shepard Silas Everett' {Marcy S. Daggett,' Ehenezer,'^ 
John.^ Ebenezer,* John," Thomas,- John'), born Boston, Mass., 
October 27, 1841 ; resides Forest Glen, Md. (1892) ; married Chelsea. 
Mass., September 23, 1869, by Rev. Chas. J. Baldwin, to Emma Jane 
Wade, daughter of William and Irene (Nichols) Wade; born Digby, 
N.S., June 28, 1845. 

Issue : 

2833. i. Annie Daggett Everett,' born Boston, Mass., July 25, 1870; died 

Chelsea, .Mass., September 19, 1870. 

2834. ii. William Wade Everett,' born Chelsea, Mass., August 23, 1871. 


2835. iii. Mauion Clement Evekett,' born Washington, D.C., March 6, 1873. 
283G. iv. Geoege Nichols Everett,^ born Washington, D.C., January 2, 187fi. 

2837. V. Walter Woodward Everett," born Falls Church, Va., May 13, 

1S81; died Falls Church, Va., October 13, 1881. 

2838. vi. Edith Emma Everett,' born Washington, D.C., .June 30, 1884. 

1998. Josephine Shepiiard Daggett* {Handel N.,'' Ebenezer," 
John,^ Ebenezer," John,' Thomas," John'), bom Attleboro', Mass., 
June 21, 184.5; resides Attleboro' Falls, Mass. (1892) ; married At- 
tleboro', Mass., by Rev. F. N. Peloubet, to Harvej' Clap, sou of 
Harvey Erastus aud Priscnia Barker (Crocker) Clap ; ' ' mauuf aetur- 
iug jeweller;" born Wrentliam, Mass., April 2, 1844. 

Issue : 

2831). i. Edmund Wright Clap," born Attleboro' Falls, Mass., May 30, 1870. 

2840. ii. Harvey Erastus Clap," born Attleboro' Falls, Mass., May 26, 1875. 

2841. iii. George Percy Clap," born Attleboro' Falls, Mass., July 5, 1878. 

2003. Florence Jane Daggett * (Handel I^.,'' Ebenezer,^ John,' 
Ebenezer," John,^ Thomas," John'), boru Attleboro', Mass., Novem- 
ber 25, 1857 ; resides North Attleboro', Mass. (1892) ; married At- 
tleboro' Falls, Mass., July 30, 1877, by Rev. F. D. Kelsey, to Btenry 
Francis Barrows, Jr., son of Henry Francis and Henrietta Thomp- 
son (Richards) Barrows; " mauufacturing jeweller;" born Attle- 
boro', jNIass., October 24, 1854. 

Issue : 

2842. i. Maud Barrows," born New York city, February 15, 1878. 

2843. ii. LouLS Daggett Barrows," born North Attleboro', Mass., May 17, 


2844. iii. Helen Barrows," born North Attleboro', Mass., November 23, 1880. 

2845. iv. Donald Adams Barrows," born North Attleboro', Mass., October 17, 

2007. Homer Micajah Daggett " (Homer M.,'' Ebenezer," John,^ 
Ebenezer," John,'' Thomas," John '), boru Attleboro', Mass., May 22, 
1848; resides Attleboro', Mass. (1892); married Providence, R.I., 
August 17, 1875, by Rev. Geo. Cooper, assisted by Rev. Alexis Cas- 
well, D.D., to Clara Jane Cook, daughter of Otis Masou and Mary 
Jane (Whipple) Cook, of Providence; born Cumberland, R.I., 
December 18, 1843. 

No issue. 

Mr. Daggett is a manufacturing jeweller, and is offlcially connected 
with electric street-railway, etc. 

2009. Sanford Daggktt^ (Homer M.,'' Ebenezer," John,^ Eben- 
ezer," John,^ Thomas," John'), born Attleboro', Mass., October 14, 
1852; "civil engineer ;" resides Attleboro', Mass. (1892); married 
Woonsocket, R.I., December 28, 1881, by Rev. Eugene Thomas, to 


Abbie Medora Jillsou, daughter of Alleu Bennett and Abbie (Hunt) 
Jillson; born Woonsocket, R.I., March 20, 1844. 

Issue : 
284:6. i. (Female) Dacgett,^ born Attleboro", Mass., September 7, 1883; died 
Attleboro', JIass., September 9, 1883. 

2847. ii. Handel Allen Daggett," born Attleboro', Mass., August 21, 1885; 

died Attleboro', Mass., April 5, 1886. 

2013. Grace Ann Daggett " {Stephen,'' Henry," NaphtnU,^ 
Ebenezer,' John,^ Thomas,^ John^), born Pontotoc, Miss., Septem- 
ber 28, 1842; resides Pontotoc, Miss. (1892); married Pontotoc, 
Miss., January 15, 1888, Benjamin Eandolph Ellis, son of James 
and Belle (Sullivan) Ellis; born Huntsville, Ala., July, 1842. 

No issue (1892). 

2014. Harriet Hunt Daggett" {Stephen,'' Henry," Naphtali,^ 
Ebenezer,^ John,'' Thomas,^ John'), born Pontotoc, Miss., August 
15, 1844; died Okolona, Miss., October 14, 1878; married Pontotoc, 
Miss., James Martin Carter, son of James M. and Margret (Courte- 
ney) Carter; born Columbia, Tenu., September 28, 1842; resides 
Pontotoc, Miss. (1892). 

Issue : 

2848. i. Stephen Daggett Carter,' born Pontotoc, Miss., October 4, 1870. 

2849. ii. James Martin Carter,' born Pontotoc, Miss., June 10, 1872. 

2850. iii. Jkssie Walton Carter,'* born Pontotoc, Miss., July 12, 1875. 

2851. iv. Hattie Hunt Carter,' born Okolona, Miss., October 14, 1878. 

2015. Julia Driver Daggett* {Stephen,'' Henry," NaiMali,^ 
Ebenezer,* John,^ Thomas," John'), born Pontotoc, Miss., January 
30, 1847; address Neal Store, Miss. (1892) ; married Algoma, Miss., 
August 1, 1886, John W. Harris, son of Haden D. and Paulina 
(Mayes) Harris; born Okolona, Miss. 

No issue (1892). 

2017. Sarah Hopkins Daggett" {Stephen,'' Henry," NaphtaU,^ 
Ebenezer,'^ John,^ Thomas,'' John'), bom Pontotoc, Miss., March 13, 
1853; married Pontotoc, Miss., June 10, 1880, William HoUey, son 
of Samuel and Eliza (Lynn) Holley ; born Chester, S.C, March 
10, 1849. 

Issue : 

2852. i. Sakah Holley," born Pontotoc, Miss.., May 2, 1881. 

2853. ii. William Holley,' born Pontotoc, Miss., March 2, 1883. 

2018. Charles Walton Daggett' {Stephen,'' Henry," Naphtali,^ 
Ebenezer,* John,'' Thomas," John'), born Pontotoc, Miss., September 
9, 1856; resides Pontotoc, Miss. (1892) ; married Mooreville, Miss., 
December 21, 1882, Erie Jones, daughter of A. C. and Elizabeth 


Arandinta (Hudlesou) Jones ; boru Columbus, Miss., February 3, 
Issue : 

2854. i. Annie Daggett,' born Pontotoc, Miss., January 1, 1884. 

2855. ii. Stephen Daggett,' born Pontotoc, Miss., December 25, 1888. 

2020. Fred Hunt Daggett' {Horace,'' Henry," Naphtali,' Eben- 
ezer," John,' Thomas,- John'), born New Haven, Conn., April 2, 
1844; resides West Point, Miss. (1892) ; married West Point, Miss., 
April 28, 1869, Bettie Shearer, daughter of Joseph Berry and Susan 
(Hale) Shearer; born Monroe county. Miss., January 8, 1848. 

Issue : 

2856. i. Ldla Shearer Daggett," born "West Point, Miss., October 10, 1870. 

2857. ii. Eta Hale Daggett,' born West Point, Miss., March 22, 1872. 

2858. iii. Henry Wattee Daggett,' born West Point, Miss., July 5, 187-1; died 

West Point, Miss., October 3, 1875. 

2859. iv. Irene Grace Daggett,' born West Point, Miss., September 1, 1876. 

2860. T. Horace Edmund Daggett,' born West Point, Miss., May 1, 1879. 

2861. Ti. Frederick Hunt Daggett,' born West Point, Miss., August 3, 1881. 

2021. Jane Hawlet Daggett* {Horace,'' Heury,^ Naphtali,^ 
Ebenezer,* John,' Thomas,- John'), born Mobile, Ala., September 22, 
1846; resides Water Valley, Miss. (1892) ; married Pontotoc, Miss., 
December 3, 1869, by Rev. J. J. D. West, to William Early Benson, 
son of Hardy and Mary Jane (Duke) Benson; born Yalobusha 
county. Miss., December 9, 1838. 

Issue : 

2862. i. Martha Martin Benson,' born Yalobusha county, Miss., June 13, 


2863. ii. H.\ttie Hunt Benson,' born Yalobusha county, Miss., September 8, 


2864. iii. Hardt Horace Benson,' born Yalobusha county, Miss., August 27, 


2865. iv. Henry Benjamin Benson,' born Yalobusha county, Miss., September 

16, 1878. 

2866. V. Cora Coffin Benson,' born Yalobusha county, Miss., Norember 7, 


2867. vi. Clarence Early Benson,' born Water Valley, Miss., September 16, 


2868. vii. Jennie Huntington Benson,' born Water Valley, Miss., August 

16, 1888. 

2023. Ida Huntington Daggett ' {Horace,'' Henry, ^ Nuphtali,^ 
Ebenezer," John,' Thomas,- John'), born Pontotoc, Miss., October 
15, 1854; resides MeComb City, Miss. (1892); married Pontotoc, 
Miss., December 16, 1875, by Rev. J. D. West, to Samuel Miller, 
son of Robert Alexander and Lizzie (Fumster) Miller ; born Ponto- 
toc, Miss., June 17, 1854. 

Issue : 

2869. i. Emjia Lyda Miller,' born Pontotoc, Miss., September 28, 1876; died 

McComb City, Miss., P'ebruary 19, 1892. 

2870. ii. Robert Horace Miller,' born Pontotoc, Miss., February 8. 1879. 


2030. John Frederick Kensett' {Elizabeth Daggett,'' Naphtali," 
Ebenezer," JoJin,^ Thomas,- John^), born Chesliii-e,,Couu., March 22, 
1816; died December 14, 1872. 

Johu Frederick Kensett was apprenticed to his uncle, Alfred Dag- 
gett, an engraver of bank-note vignettes. In 1840 he went to Eng- 
land, where he studied painting for five years, supporting himself by 
engraving. At that period he exhibited a view of Windsor Castle in 
the exhibition of the Society of British Artists, which was selected 
as the best in the collection. In 1850 he returned to New York and 
began a series of landscapes of mountain, river, and lake scenery 
of New York and the Eastern States, with marine views, which had 
eager purchasers. From this time onward his reputation and success 
as a landscape painter were great and assured. 

No artist was better known, and there is hardly an American art 
collection of note that does not contain one or more of his pictures. 

His works are highly esteemed in France, Belgium, and England, 
as well as in his native counti'y. 

In 1859 he was appointed a member of the " National Art Com- 
mission," and engaged to superintend the ornamentation of the 
national Capitol. His w-as one of the greatest and most evenly suc- 
cessful of artistic careers. He looked and was a perfect gentleman, 
of kindly sentiment and genial culture ; a friend to all good men, and 
an enemy to no one. 

2031. Elizabeth Daggett Kensett ** {Elizabeth Daggett,'' Ezra," 
Naphtali,^ Ebenezer," JoJm,^ Thomas,' John^), born August 11, 
1817; married April, 1834, Horatio Nelson Vail. 

Issue : 

2871. i. Harriet Vail." 

2872. ii. Horatio Vail." 

2873. iii. Edward Vail.'' 

2874. JT. Julia Vail.' 

2875. V. John Vail.' 

2876. Ti. Ogden Vail." 

2877. vii. Samuel Vail." 

2037. Alfred Daggett" {Smith,'' Ezra,'^ Naphtali,^ Ebenezer,* 
John,^ Tliomas," John^), born March 13, 1826; resides Ogden, 111. 
(1892) ; married Lafayette, Ind., November 1, 1856, Emma Briton ; 
born Birmingham, Eng., January 20, 1838. 

Issue : 

2878. 1. Alfred B. Daggett," born September 10, 1857. 

2879. 11. Lauka Ann Daggett," born January 12, 1859. 

2880. iii. Okion W. Daggett," born January 4, 1861. 

2881. iv. Emma Caroline Daggett," born April 23, 1869. 

2882. V. Mary Godfrey Daggett," born February 21, 1872. 


2047. Alfked Daggett* {Alfred,'' Ezra,^ Naphtali,' Ebenezer,' 
John," Thomas,' John '), bom NewHiiven, Conn., August 23, 1837; 
"druggist;" died New Haven, Conn., August 20, 1878; married 
New Haven, Conu., November 18, 1863, by Rev. E. L. Drown, to 
Mary Jane Mason, daughter of James M. and Eliza (Isabell) Mason ; 
born New Haven, 'Conn., April, 1840; resides 271 Crown street, 
New Haven, Conu. (1890). 

Issue : 

2883. i. Alfred Mason Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., August 17, 1864; 

(lied New Haven, Conn., March 5, 1865. 

2884. ii. Edith Mary Daggett, =■ born New Haven Conn., October 5, 18(55. 

2885. iii. Grace Eltza Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., June 19, 1867. 

2886. iv. John Mayhew Daggett," born New Haven, Conn., July 5, 1869. 

2887. V. James Mason Daggett,' born New Haven, Conn., February 29, 1872. 

2888. vi. Edward Herbert Daggett, ' born New Haven, Conn., November 25, 


2889. vii. Daughter Daggett," born New Haven, Conn., September 20, 

1875; died New Haven, Conn., September 20, 1875. 

2048. Laura Daggett" {Alfred,^ Ezra," Naphtali,^ Ebenezer,* 
John,' Tliomas,- John '), born New Haven, Conn., October 8, 1839 ; 
died New Haven, Couu., December 11, 1872; married New Haven, 
Conn., October 7, 1869, by Rev. George L. Walker, to Frank Elihu 

Spencer, sou of Elihu and (Beecher) Spencer ; born Nauga- 

tuck, Conu., June 12, 1840; resides New Haven, Conu. (1892). 

Issue : 

2890. i. Alfred Lawrence Spencer,' born New Haven, Conn., .January 6, 1871. 

2891. ii. Laura Spencer,' born New Haven, Conn., November 30, 1872; died 

New Haven, Conn., August 18, 1873. 

2049. Henbt Daggett* {Alfred,'' Ezra," Naphtali,'" Ebenezer,* 
John," Thomas,'' John ^), born New Haven, Conn., July 12, 1841; 
resides San Diego, Cal. (1892) ; married 1st, Cromwell, Conn., May 
12, 1868, Harriet Elizabeth AVilcox ; born Berlin, Conn., 1842; 
divorced; married 2d, San Diego, Cal., August 24, 1884, by Rev. 
H. B. Ristarick, to Rebecca Jenison Cary, daughter of Douglas and 
Phebe Letteer (Scott) Cary; born Tunkhannock, Pa., November 24, 

Issue : 

2892. i. Harry Mayhew Daggett," born New Haven, Conn., March -10, 1869. 

2893. ii, Ladka Letteer Daggett,' born San Diego, Cal., June 29, 1885. 

2894. iii. Alfred Cary Daggett,' born San Diego, Cal., October 31, 1886; 

died San Diego, Cal., November 10, 1888. 

2895. iv. Edith Gertrude Daggett,' born San Diego, Cal., September 28, 


2052. WiLLiAJi Daggett" {William,'' Ezra," Naphtali,^ Ebene- 
zer," John," Thomas,^ John '), born New Haven, Conn., December 3, 
1831 ; resides Indianapolis, Ind. (1892) ; married Indianapolis, Ind., 


May 18, 1858, by Eev. James B. Simmons, to Phoebe Eve Webster, 
daughter of George Chester aud Helen (Markle) Webster; born 
Wooster, Ohio, August 17, 1839. 
Issue : 

2896. i. Sada Maria Daggett,' born Indianapolis, Ind., .June 6, 1859. 

2897. 11. George William Daggett,' born Indianapolis, Iml., Marcb 12, 1861 ; 

died Indianapolis, Ind., May 14, 1862. 

2898. lil. William Harvey Daggett,' born Indianapolis, Ind., September 26, 


2899. JT. Cora Olive Daggett," born Indianapolis, Ind., Marcb 8, 1867. 

2054. Egbert Platt Daggett" {William,'' Ezra,^ NapJitali,^ 
Ebenezer,* John,'' Tliomas,- ,/ohn^), born New Haven, Conn., Janu- 
ary 13, 1847 ; resides Indianapolis, Ind. (1892) ; married New Haven, 
Conn., December 1, 1869, by Rev. George Newcomb, to Carrie Eliza- 
beth Frost, daughter of Jesse Daniel and Almii'a Jane (Hawley) 
Frost; born Waterbury, Conn., November 16, 1847. 

Issue : 

2900. 1. Jessie Eliza Daggett,' born Indianapolis, Ind., Marcb 16, 1871. 

2901. 11. Eleanor Sarah Daggett,' born Indianapolis, Ind., December 6, 1872. 

2902. ill. Robert Hunt Daggett,' born Indianapolis, Ind., March 8, 1874. 

2903. iv. Almira Frost Daggett,' born Indianapolis, Ind., May 9, 1877. 

2904. V. Ursula Hunt Daggett,' born Indianapolis, Ind., December G, 1879. 

2056. Frederick Daggett Bradley" (Mary Daggett,'' Ezra," 
Naphtali,^ Ebenmer,* John,' Thomas,^ John ^), born November 22, 
1833; died February 6, 1870; married February 18, 1857, Frances 
Maria Post; died July 20, 1864. 

Issue : 

2905. 1. Isabella Edith Bradley,'' born February 24, 1859. 

2057. John Thomas Bradlet" {Mary Daggett,'' Ezra,^ Naph- 
tali,^ Ebenezer,* John,'' Thomas," John '), born August 31, 1835 ; died 
January 3, 1868; married October lo, 1862, Elizabeth Naomi Kel- 

Issue : 

2906. 1. John Thomas Bradley,' born August 19, 1863 ; died March 13, 1869. 

2907. 11. Caleb Knevals Bradley,' born February 13, 1865. 

2061. Edwin Francis Mersick ' {Sarah Daggett,'' Ezra," Naph- 
tali,^ Ebenezer," John,' Thomas,^ John'), born January 8, .1838; 
married 1st, November 13, 1862, Emily Augusta Cannon, daughter 
of Le Grand and Mary Elizabeth (Trowbridge) Cannon ; boru Au- 
gust 18, 1832; died January 17, 1866; married 2d, May 18, 1870, 
Emma C. Lewis. 

2908. 1. Sarah Emily Mersick,' born August 27, 1863. 

2909. il. Louis Mersick,' died November 20, 1879. 


2067. Mary A. Daggett' {Frederick,'' Ezra," Naphlali," Eben- 
ezer,^ John,' Thomas," John'), born New Haven, Conn., December 
23, 1850; resides New Haven, Conn. (1892); married 1st, October 
14, 1874, Edward Higby ; died New Haven, Conn., April 19, 1890; 
married 2d, New Haven, Conn., July 16, 1891, Isaac Ogden Wood- 

Issue : 

2910. i. Grace Higby." born New Haven, Conn., October, 1878. 

2911. ii. Frederick Willi.vm Higby,' born New Haven, Conn., December, 


2068. Cathekine D,aggett *' {Levi,'' Samuel,^ Samtiel,' Ebenezer,* 
John,'' Thomas," John'), born Bainbridge, N.Y., May 22, 1820; 
died Pittsford, N.Y., December 17, 1871 ; man-ied Newark, N.Y., 
November 19, 1839, by Rev. Mr. Bennett, to Paul R. Derriter, son 
of John and Lucinda (Burkette) Derriter; born Easton, N.Y., June 
13, 1815; resides Pittsford, N.Y. (1892). 

No issue. 

2069. George Daggett* {Levi,'' Samuel," Samuel,^ Ebenezer,* 
John," Thomas,^ John'), born Arcada, N.Y., June 27, 1821; 
" builder and vine-grower; " resides Santa Clara, Cal. (1892) ; mar- 
ried Aldeu, N.Y., May 20, 1843, Susannah A. Harrington, daughter 
of Dr. J. M. and Elizebeth (Halloway) Harrington; born Aldeu, 
N.Y., August 12, 1821. 

Issue : 

2912. i. George A. D.^ggett,' born Cowlesville, N.Y., June 19, 1841. 

291.3. ii. Caroline Ophelia Daggett,' bora Cowlesville, N.Y., April 13, 1846; 
married Kansas City, Mo., April 23, 1865, Lucien W. Pollard. 

2070. Caroline Daggett ' {Levi,'' Samuel," Samuel,' Ebenezer,* 
John," Thomas,^ John'), born Bainbridge, N.Y., April 13, 1824; 
died Cowlesville, N.Y., December 7, 1845; married Cowlesville, 
N.Y., December 10, 1844, James Nobles; born Cowlesville, N.Y. 

Issue : 

2914. i. Henry Noble.s,' born Cowlesville, N.Y. , December 10, 1845; resided 

2071. Hannah Daggett" {Levi,'' Samuel," Samuel,^ Ebenezer,* 
John," Thomas,' John'), born Campbelltown, N.Y., September 7, 
1826; resides Penfield, N.Y. (1892); married Penfield, N.Y., May 
20, 1848, by Rev. Mr. Woodard, to George Stearns, son of Relief 
Stearns; born Pittsfleld, Mass., March 12, 1818. 

Issue : 

2915. i. Helen S. Stearks,' born Leicester, N.Y., June 19, 1849. 

2916. ii. Franklin A. Stearns,' born Leicester, N.Y., May 27, 1852. 


2917. iii. Charles A. Stearns,' born Bethany, N.Y., August 10. 1854. 

2918. iv. Makt E. Stearns.^ born Penfieltl, N.Y., November (i, 1857. 

2919. V. John H. Stearns," born Bristol, N.Y., May 4, 1859; died Bristol, 

N.Y., October 5, 1862. 

2920. vi. George W. Stearns," born Bristol, N.Y., October 7. 1861. 

2921. vii. Fannie E. Stearns," born Bristol, N.Y., September 4, 1864. 

2922. viii. Catherine R. Stearns," born Bristol, N.Y., August 8, 1867. 

2076. Martin Van Bueen Daggett'* {Levi,'' Samuel,^ Samuel,^ 
Ebenezer," John,' Thomas,^ John'), bom Caneadea, N.Y., August 
30, 1838 ; resides Tuscola, El. (1884) ; married October 10, 1867, 
Emma Dryer. 
Issue : 

2923. i. Fanny Daggett." 

2924. ii. H. K. Daggett." 

2925. iii. Belle Daggett." 

2926. iv. George Levi Daggett." 

2080. Hou. John Daggett' (,/o/»(,,' Samuel,'^ Samuel,^ Ebene- 
zer,' John,' Thomttft,- John^), born Newark, N.Y., THay 9, 1833; 
resides Black Bear, Siskiyou Co., Cal. (1893) ; married 1870. 

Issue : three children. 

A thoroughly representative Californian is Hon. John Daggett, of 
Siskiyou, one of the members of the Board of Conunissioners to the 
Columbian Exposition. 

Arriving in California before he had attained to majority, stalwart 
of frame, genial of disposition, noble in character, buoyant with 
hope, brave and vigorous in action, and withal industrious, it is not a 
matter of surprise to his contemporary friends of pioneer days that 
now, in the meridian of life, he is found a leader of men and a coun- 
sellor among the wise. He was educated at the high school in his 
native village, and left there in May, 1852, for California. 

Staying but a few days in San Francisco, where he landed, he went 
to Sacramento, where he was engineer in a steam llouriug-mill, but 
only for a short time, as the reports of the gold diggings which his 
friends brought him were so alluring that Mr. Daggett went to the 
mines, first in El Dorado county, and subsequently to Calaveras 
county, until the spring of 1853. From this time until June, 1854, 
he was with his brother David at Marysville, as foreman of his 
foundry and machine-shop. Mr. Daggett then decided to strike out 
again for the mines, and this time he selected northern California. 
Reaching Trinidad by vessel and finding the mines were remote from 
the coast, he stai'ted on foot with his blankets and provisions to last on 
the journey, over the roughest and wildest of trails, through a region 
traversed by Indians not very friendly to the white intruders, a dis- 
tance of one hundred and twenty-five miles, to a place now called 
Siskiyou county. Here he engaged in placer mining and black- 


smithing imtil 1860, when the first gold-quartz mill was erected there 
and lie became its principal manager. 

In 1864 he went to Nevada and remained two years superintending 
silver mines and mills at Aurora, but returning to Siskiyou county in 
1866, he became one-third owner of the Black Bear quartz-mine, 
which, mainly through his management, became one of the most 
famous gold-producing mines in the State. 

In 1872 the Black Bear mine was sold to a syndicate for a large 
sum, was incorporated and for some time profitably worked, and then 
depreciated. Mr. Daggett, however, never lost faith in it, and began 
purchasing stock, until now (1891) he is owner of five-sixths of it. 
He has made extensive mining operations, which have opened upon 
ore bodies of great value and extent, which will again place the mine 
among the foremost of the State. 

Politically Mr. Daggett has ever been a Democrat, and now is a 
couspicuous figure iu the councUs of that party. In 1858 he was 
elected to the Assembly from Klamath and Del Norte counties, and 
iu that session was the youngest member of the House. Being re- 
turned the following year, he was made chairman of the Enrolling 
Committee, and toolv a prominent part in its proceedings. 

In 1880 he was again elected to the Legislature from the counties 
of Siskiyou and Modoc, and served two sessious, a regular and an 
extra session. 

In 1882 he was elected lieutenant-governor on the Democratic 
ticket, and presided over the Senate four sessions, — two regular 
and two extra, — the latter constituting one of the most exciting 
political periods in the history of the State. The Senate on both 
occasions was equally divided upon political and corporate legislation, 
which necessitated the exercise by the presiding officer of a casting vote 
iu numerous instances. Lieutenant-governor Daggett was an able 
presiding officer. A thorough parliamentarian, his rulings were 
quickly made and his decisions sustained. 

By his prompt methods, his clear conception of measures affect- 
ing the interests of the whole people, and his impartial course, in 
spite of partisan clamor, in averting the enactment of uuwise legisla- 
tion relating to transportation, he exhibited qualifications of superior 
state-craft ; and no scandal has ever been attached to his public acts. 

" Daggett" is a station on the Southern Pacific Railroad, named in 
his honor. 

Appointed May 17, 1893, to be superintendent of the United States 
Mint at San Francisco. 

2098. Elisha Jennings " {Prlsdlla Daggett,'' Samuel,^ Samuel,^ 
Ehenezer,* John,^ Thomas,' John '), born Walworth, N.Y., July 31, 


1825; resides Freeport, Mich. (1892) ; married 1st, May 12, 1849, 
Hester A. Burroughs ; died August 8, 1867 ; married 2d, May 14, 
1868, Susan Whittleton. 
Issue : 

2927. i. Sakah L. Jennings,' born July 30, 1852; died March 14, 1884. 

2928. ii. Emma A. Jennings,' born October 14, 1854. 

2929. iii. Mary E. Jenning.s," born August 25, 1856; died .August 8, 1861. 

2930. iv. Oscar E. Jennings," born February 12, 1863. 

2117. Jerejiiah Lusk " {Sally Daggett,'' Samuel,'^ Samuel,^ 
Ebenezer," John,' Thomas,' John '), born Walworth, N.Y., January 
2, 1834; resides Elmdale, Ionia Co., Mich. (1892); married Lima, 
Wis., October 30, 1855, Mary E. Smith. 

Issue : 

2931. i. Elery J. LnsK,' born Albion, Wis,, December 15, 1857; died Lowell, 

Mich., November 30, 1882. 

2932. ii. Mary E. Lusk," born Albion, Wis., April 5, 1861; married Lowell, 

Mich., July 4, 1880. 

2933. iii. Sarah Bell Lusk,' born Lowell, Mich., February 2, 1878. 

3124. Harriet Daggett'* (Closes,'' Ebenezer,^ Samuel,^ Eben- 
ezer,* John,' Thomas,^ John '), born Springfield, Mass., October 21, 
1829; died Springfield, Mass., July 2, 1870; married Springfield, 
Mass., August 9, 1853, by Rev. Samuel Osgood, to Henry Grant 
Shaw, of Springfield, son of William Kingsley and Anna (Barton) 
Shaw; "armorer;" born Rutland, Vt., March 22, 1830. 

Issue : 

2934. i. Mary Lovisa Shaw,' born Springiiekl, Mass., May 20, 1859; died 

Springfield, Mass., May 4, 1877. 

2935. ii. Albert Henkt Shaw,' born Springfield, Mass., November 5, 1863. 

2936. iii. Robert Grant Shaw,' born Springfield, Mass., October 8, 1865. 

2125. Francis Daggett* (Moses,^ Ebenezer," Samuel,^ Eben- 
ezer," John,' Thomas^'- John^), born Springfield, Mass., April 16, 
1832; "armorer;" resides Springfield, Mass. (1892); married New 
Britain, Conn., October 27, 1857, by Rev. Henry Glover, to Elizabeth 
Ann Belden, daughter of Edwin and Mary Ann (Ellis) Belden ; born 
New Britain, Conn., October 2, 1836. 

Issue : 

2937. i. William Henry Daggett,' born Spcingfield, Mass., October 24, 1858 ; 

married Harper's Ferry, W. Va., June 5, 1889, D.-iisy Pauline 
Cavalier; she died March 7, 1890; he resides Springfield, Mass. 

2938. li. Charles Marion Daggett,' born Springfield, Mass., November 5, 


2939. iii. Sarah Elizabeth Daggett,' born Springfield, Mass., November 1, 

1866; died Leyden, N.Y., September 29, 1868. 

2940. iv. George Belden Daggett,' born Leyden, N.Y., July 18, 1868; died 

Springfield, Mass., April 17, 1869. 


2041. V. James Rogers Daggett," born Springfield, Mass., May 12, 187G ; 

dierl Springfield, Mass., July 26, 1876. 
21U2. vi. Jesnie Lee Daggett, ' born Springfield, Mass., April 15, 1878; died 

Springfield, Mass., January 30, 1879. 

Artificer Francis Daggett, Company I, Third Regiment, Heavy 
Artillery Volunteers. Honorable discharge, September 26, 1865, 
given at Gallop's Island. 

3127. Albert Daggett' (,' Ehenezer,^ Samuel,' Ebenezer,* 
Jnfin,^ Thomas,^ John '), born Springfield, Mass., May 12, 1836. 

Coi'poral Albert Daggett enlisted first with the Providence Marine 
Artillery, three months men, in 1861 ; afterward enlisted with Com- 
pany I, Thii-d Heavy Artillery, and was honorably discharged at 
Gallop's Island, September 26, 186.5. 

2128. Sakah Elizabeth Daggett' (Moses,'' Ebenezer," Samue!,^ 
Ehenezer,* John,^ Thomas," John^), born Springfield, Mass., March 
14, 1838; died Springfield, Mass., July 28, 1864; married Springfield, 
Mass., November 23, 1859, by Rev. George DeF. Folsom, to Samuel 
Wadsworth Porter, of Springfield, son of George "W. and Lucretia H. 
(Bodurtha) Porter; "machinist;" bom Ware, Mass., August 25, 
1834; resides Springfield, M.ass. (1878). 

Issue : 

2943. i. Helen Florence Pokter,'' born Springfield, Mass., July 18, 1862. 

2944. ii. Sarah Elizabeth Porter," born Springfield, Mass., July 21, 1864. 

2131. Henry Bingham Daggett ^ {Ehenezer,'' Ebenezer,^ Samuel,^ 
Ebenezer,* JoJin,' Thomas," John^), born Jordan, N.Y., May 28, 
1825; resides Brookfield, Mo. (1892); married Jordan, N.Y., De- 
cember 11, 1867, Sarah Stevens, daughter of Thomas and Eliza 
(Clark) Stevens; born Jordan, N.Y., June 13, 1836; died Brookfield, 
Mo., February 18, 1886. 

Issue : 

2945. i. Fred Stevens Daggett," born Brookfield, Mo., May 9, 1869; died 

San Antonio, Tex., January 18, 1892. 

2946. ii. Laura Eliza Daggett," born Brookfield, Mo., November 25, 1871. 

2947. iii. Martha Gertrude Daggett," born Brookfield, Mo., September 6, 


2948. iv. Clarence Daggett," born Brookfield, Mo., January 18, 1879. 

Henry B. Daggett is of the firm of Daggett, Goldman & Co., 
jobbers of farm implements and hardware, at Brookfield, Mo. (1883), 
now called (1892) the "Daggett Hardware Company." 

2132. Rebecca Jennett Daggett" {Ebenezer,'' Ebenezer," Sam- 
uel,^ Ebenezer," John,'^ Thomas,'' John '), born Jordan, N.Y., October 
20, 1827; resides San Mateo, Cal. (1892); married Jordan, N.Y., 


April H, 1847, by Eev. Mr. Juclsou, to Lucius Dewilt Morse, son of 
Alvah and Amy (Lowell) Morse; born East Poultuey, Vt., Decem- 
ber 25, 1821. 
Issue : 

2949. i. Edith Lkila Morse,'' born Perth Amboy, N.J., May 28, 1849; died 

South Ambov, N. J., July 25, 1850. 

2950. ii. Frank Irving Morse," born South Amboy, N.J., May 2, 1851 ; died 

Allenton, Mo., June 1, 1864. 

2951. iii. Charles Morgan Morse, >• born South Amboy, N. J., August 24, 1853. 

2952. iv. Mary Eveline Morse," born Allenton, Mo., October 16, 1861. 

2953. T. Jennett Bodley Morse,' born Kirkwood, Mo., August 11, 1864; 

died Kirkwood, Mo., August 26, 1864. 

2954. vi. Dewitt Morse,' born Kirkwood, Mo., January 11, 1867; died Kirk- 

wood, Mo., January 11, 1867. 

2955. vii. Rebecca Morse,' born Kirkwood, Mo., February 1, 1868; died 

Kirkwood, Mo., February I, 1868. 

2956. viii. Lncios Dewitt Morse,' born Kirkwood, Mo., October 22, 1869. 

2957. ix. "William Henry Morse,' bora Kirkwood, Mo., March 25, 1874. 

L. D. Morse was surgeon First Regiment Enrolled Missouri Mili- 
tia, 1862 ; commissioner Board of Enrolment, Second District, 
Missouri, 1863 to 1865, May 5, Recruiting Service ; secretary Missouri 
State Board of Agriculture, 1865 to 1869 ; examiner and appraiser of 
Agricultural College lands. State of Missouri, 1870 to 1874; member 
of State Constitutional Convention, California, October, 1878, to 
March, 1879; horticultural commissioner San Mateo Co., San 
Mateo, Cal. 

2133. William Daggett ** {Ebeyiezer,'' Ebenezer," Samuel,'' 
Ebenezer,^ Johu,^ Thomas,^ Jolm^), born Jordan, N.Y., March 12, 
1830; resides Ottumwa, Iowa (1892) ; married Seneca Falls, N.Y., 
October 13, 1857, by Rev. J. M. Guion, to Susan Elizabeth Daniels, 
daughter of George B. and Mary S. (Giddings) Daniels ; born Sen- 
eca Falls, N.Y., November 29, 1835. 

Issue : 

2958. i. Minnie Aeline Daggett,' born Seneca Falls, N.Y., December 25, 


2959. ii. Maud Mary Daggett,' born Ottumwa, Iowa, February 17, 1861. 

2960. iii. Wallace Eosmerans Daggett,' born Ottumwa, Iowa, October 28, 


2961. iv. George Daniels Daggett,' born Ottumwa, Iowa, July 4, 1865; 

died Ottumwa, Iowa, May 27, 1868. 

2962. V. Amy May Daggett,' born Ottumwa, Iowa, January 10, 1868. 

2963. vi. Eva Fay Daggett,' born Ottumwa, Iowa, February 10, 1871; mar- 

ried Ottumwa, Iowa, October 15^ 1891, by Kev. J. H. Lloyd, to 
Otis P. Higilon; resides Ottumwa, Iowa (1892). 

2964. vii. Blanche Daggett,'' born Ottumwa, Iowa, September 11, 1873. 

2965. viii. Philip Daggett,'' born Ottumwa, Iowa, December 25, 1876. 

William Daggett went to Ottumwa, Iowa, from his native town, in 
1856; engaged in the hardware business in 1857. February 1, 1873, 
he became manager of the Ottumwa Irou Works, firm of Daggett, 
Harper & Edgerly. In the spring of 1875, the oil mills of 


& Harper were established, the factory being built od the C, B. & 
(}. R.R. In 1878 their seed-storing capacity was 75,000 bushels, 
and their oil tankage and storage capacity, 35,000 gallons. The 
flaxseed for the mill has been obtained on the lines of the C, B. & Q. 
R.R. and the Central Railroad of Iowa. The oil-cake is nearly all 
shipped to Great Britain, in lots of five carloads to each shipment. 

Mr. Daggett is vice-president and director of the Iowa National 
Bank ; president of the Ottumwa Starch Works ; vice-president of the 
Ottumwa Loan and Building Association, and director of Ottumwa 
Water Power Company. Has been alderman of the city two terms. 

Mr. and Mrs. Daggett are members of the Episcopal church, Blr. 
Daggett being senior warden. 

2134. Calvin Foote Daggett- {Ebenezer,'' Ebenezer,^ Samud,' 
Ebenezer," John,^ Thomas,- John '), born Jordan, N.Y., January 24, 
1832; dry-goods salesman; resides 160 Holland street, Syracuse, 
N.Y. (1892) ; married Jordan, N.Y., October 4, 1855, by Rev. John 
G. Webster, to Mary Duval, daughter of John B. and Mary (Somers) 
Duval; born Port Byron, N.Y., July 7, 1835. 

Issue : 

2966. i. LuRA Sarah Daggett,' born Jordan, N.Y., September 24, 1857 ; died 

Jordan, N.Y., April 30, 1881." 

2967. ii. John Duval Daggett, =■ born Jordan, N.Y., January 21, 1860. 

2968. iii. Caroline Daggett,' born Jordan, N.Y., June 2, 1862 ; resides 160 

Holland street, Syracuse, N.Y. (1892). 

2969. ir. Henry Somers Daggett,' born Jordan, N.Y., NoTember 23, 1867. 

2970. V. George Thacher Daggett,' born Jordan, N.Y., August 29, 1871. 

2140. Edgar Daggett' (Ebenezer,'' Eboiezer,'^ Samuel,^ Ebene- 
zer,* John,^ Thomas,' John'), born Jordan, N.Y., October 9, 1844; 
" daii'ymau and horseman;" resides Ottumwa, Iowa (1892); mar- 
ried Ottumwa, Iowa, March 2, 1865, by Rev. C. F. Coles, to Helen 
Hammond, daughter of William H. and Eliza (Baker) Hammond; 
born Ottumwa, Iowa, December 30, 1844. 

Issue : 

2971. i. Henry Daggett,' born Ottumwa, Iowa, January 10, 1868. 

2972. ii. Ernest Lee Daggett,' born Ottumwa, Iowa, September 13, 1870. 

2973. iii. Frank Ladd Daggett,' born Ottumwa, Iowa, June 14, 1874. 

2151. Charles Wells ^ (Sarah Daggett,'' Levi,^ Samuel,^ Eben- 
ezer,* John,' Thomas,'' John'), born Palmyra, N.Y., June 19, 1828; 
died San Francisco, Cal., May 23, 1891 ; married New York city, 
1851, Louise Burnham, daughter of O. R. Burnham ; born New York 

Issue : 

2974. i. Ella Wells,' born Syracuse, N.Y., October 21, 1851. 


2152. Mary Elizabeth Wells " {Sarah Daggett,'' Levi," Samuel,'' 
Ebenezer,' John,'' Thomas,- John'), bom Palmyra, N.Y., March 27, 
1830; died Dausville, N.Y., March 30, 1884; married Aurora, N.Y., 
September 5, 1854, James H. Welles; born Athens, Pa., May 11, 
1819; died New York city, January 8, 1873. 

No issue. 

2154. Oscar Ashbel Wells ^ {Sarah Daggett,'' Levi,^ Samuel,^ 
Ebenezer,^ John,' Thomas," John '), born Palmyra, N.Y., August 21, 
1833; resides Brooklyu, N.Y. (1892) ; married Batavia, N.Y., May 

15, 1860, Marion AVatrous ; bom February 26, 1840; died Florida, 
November, 1883. 

Issue : 

2975. i. Henry Wells,'' died an infant. 

2169. Harriet Kittredge ** {Mary Daggett,'' Levi,^ Samuel,' 
Ebenezer," John,' Thomas,' John'), bom Red Creek, N.Y., Decem- 
ber 12, 1851 ; resides Mason, Ingham Co., Mich. (1892); married 
Mason, Mich., December 28, 1875, Charles C. Casterlin. 

Issue : 

2976. i. C. Gay Casteklin,' born Farwell, Mich., February 10, 1877. 

2977. ii. Earl H. Casterlin," born Mason, Mich., May 31, 1884. 

2978. iii. Don M. Casterlin," born Mason, Mich., March 5, 1888. 

2174. Mary Susanna Daggett" {Carlos,'' Ebenezer,^ Ebenezer,^ 
Ebenezer," John,' Thomas,- John'), born Northboro', Mass., July 

16, 1824; resides Weston, Mass. (1892); married Weston, Mass., 
February 20, 1847, by Rev. Alanson Rawson, to Nahum Smith, of 
Weston, son of Samuel and Martha (Stratton) Smith; born Weston, 
Mass., September 14, 1825. 

Issue : 

2979. i. Charles Edward S.mitii," born Weston, Mass., August I'S, 1849; re- 

sides there (1892). 

2980. ii. Walter Leslie Smith," born Weston, Mass., April 8, 1851; resides 

there (1892). 

2181. Harriet Daggett Monson *^ {3fary Daggett,'' Abner,^ 
Thomas,^ Thomas," John,' Thomas,^ John'), born New Haven, 
Conn., June 4, 1808; died Boston, Mass., January 21, 1887; married 
Providence, R.I., September 25, 1831, by Rev. Dr. Crocker, to 
Francis Bullard, sou of Jabez and Mary (Hartshorn) Bullard, of 
Boston; bom Boston, Mass., September 22, 1805; died Boston, 
Mass., June 4, 1887. 

Issue : 

2981. i. James Bullard," born Boston, Mass., September U, 1832. 

2982. ii. Ann Daggett Bullard," born Boston, Mass., November 15, 1833. 


21183. iii. Mary Moxson Bullard,' born Boston, Mass., Jiinuary 7, 183,5. 

2984. ir. Francis Lewis Bullard,' born Boston, Mass., November 23, 1836. 

2985. V. George Edwin Bullard,' born Boston, Mass., March 4, 1839. 

2986. vi. Charlotte Guild Bbllard,' born Boston, Mass., October 18, 1842; 

resides 77 Mt. Pleasant avenue, Boston, Mass. (1893). 

2987. vii. Alfred Monson Bcllard,^ born Boston, Mass., May 21, 1845. , 

3182. George Edwin Monson" {Mary Daggett,'' Abner,'^ 
Thomas,' Thomas,* John,^ Thomas,'' John '), born New Haveu, 
Conu., November 23, 1811; died July 6, 1874; married Providence, 
R.I., February 17, 1834, Angeline Taylor. 

Issue : 

2988.1. Mary Ann Monson," born Providence, R.I., November 26, 1834; 
resides there. 

2989. ii. Charles Henry Monson,' born Providence, K.I., June 7, 1836; 


2990. iii. Jane Monson,' born Providence, R.I. , May 4, 1838; married Will- 

iam Henrys; she died July 20, 1872. 

2991. iv. William Allen Monson," born Providence, R.I., July 1, 1840; 

resides there. 

2992. V. Charlotte Monson," born Providence, R.I., June 22, 1842; resides 

there . 

2993. vi. Thomas Monson," born Providence, R.I., December 10, 1845; died 

an infnut. 

2994. vii. Abnek Monson," born Providence, R.I., .August 22, 1849; died 

August 31, 1856. 

2184:. Dr. David Lewis Da(;gett " {Leonard A.,' David,'' 
Thomas,' Thomas,' John,^ Thomas,^ John^), born New Haven, 
Conn., June 24, 1820; resides GO Wall street, New Haveu, Conn. 
(1892) ; married Wilmington, Del., June 1, 1854, Margaret Donald- 
son Gibbous, daughter of William and Rebecca (Donaldson) Gib- 
bons, of Wihnington, Del. ; born Wilmingtou, Del., July 24, 1821 ; 
died New Haven, Conn., August 11, 1865. 

Issue : 

2995. i. David Daggett," born New Haven, Conn., April 3, 1858; resides at 

home (1890). 

2996. ii. William Gibbons Daggett," born New Haven, Conn., .January 8, 

1860; resides 236 Crown street. New Haven, Conn. (1890.) 

2997. iii. Leonard Mayhew Daggett," born New Haven, Conn. .November 23, 

1863; resides at home (1890). 

2185. Susan Dwight Daggett ' {Leonard ^.,' David," Thomas,"^ 
Thomas,' John,^ Thomas,' John'), born New Haven, Conn., Sep- 
tember 5, 1822; died New York city, February 25, 1857; married 
New Haven, Conn., October 21, 1851, Amos Trowbridge Dwight. 
son of Jabez and Grace (Trowbridge) Dwight; born New Haven, 
Conn., July IS, 1807; died New York city, Febraary, 1881. 

Issue : 
2998. 1. Jeannette Atwater Dwight," born New York city, October 20, 1852. 


Amos Trowbridge Dwight was a wholesale clothiug-merchaiit in 
New Orleans, La., for several years (1833-1850), and in 1850 estab- 
lished himself in New York, where he was a cotton broker. 

Mrs. Dwight was a lady of strong sense, of a genial, generous 
disposition, and of decided piety. 

2189. Ellsworth Daggett' {Oliver £.,' David,''' Thomas,'' 
Thomas," JoJm,' Thomas,- John '), born Canandaigua, N.Y., May 24, 
1845; resides Salt Lake City, Utah (1892) ; married Salt Lake City, 
Utah, June 24, 1874, June Knight Spencer, daughter of Orson and 
JIartha (Knight) Spencer, of Salt Lake City, Utah ; born Salt Lake 
City, Utah, June 28, 1855. 

Issue : 

2999. i. Olivek Ellsworth Daggett,^ born Berlin, Ger., M.arcli 9, 1875; died 

Salt Lake City, Utah, November 23, 1878. 

3000. ii. Woodward Daggett," born Salt Lake City, Utah, August 2G, 1879; 

died Salt Lake City, Utah, December 10, 1879. 

2193. Harriet C. Harwood' {Julia A. Daygelt,'' Dexter,^ 
TJinmas,^ Thomas,^ John,' Thomas," John'), boru Providence, R.I., 
April 7, 1834; resides 223 Auburn avenue, Mt. Auburn, Cincin- 
nati, Ohio (1892) ; married Cincinnati, Ohio, July 25, 1854, Edward 
Y. Robbins. 

Issue : 

3001. i. Edward H. Kobbins," born Cincinnati, Ohio, May 5, 18.55; died Cin- 

cinnati, Ohio, November 6, 1860. 

3002. ii. Sarah Julia Robbins," liorn Cincinnati, Ohio, Januarys, 1857; mar- 

ried Cincinnati, Ohio, October 2, 1877; died Cincinnati, Ohio, March 
30, 1881. 

3003. iii. Nellie S. Robbins," born Cincinnati, Ohio, August 2, 1859. 

3004. iv. Harwood Robbins," born Cincinnati, Ohio, January 18, 18G8 ; mar- 

ried May 6, 1891. 

2196. Adaline C. Harwood * (Julia ^-1. Daggett,'' Dexter," 
Thomas,^ Thomas," John,^ Thomas,^ John'), boru Cincinnati, Ohio, 
November 5, 1840; resides Glendale, Ohio (1891) ; married Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, February 14, 1865, Maynard French. 

Issue : 

3005. i. William T. Trencii," born Cincinnati, Ohio, November 18, 18G5; 

married November 18, 1886. 

3006. ii. Edward H. French," born Cincinnati, Ohio, April 25, 1868. 

3007. iii. Addie D. French," born Cincinnati, Ohio, September 30, 1869. 

3008. iv. Edith B. French," born Cincinnati, Ohio, December 30, 1872. 

3009. V. Maynard French," born Glendale, Ohio, March 4, 1878. 

3010. vi. Wallace P. French," born Glendale, Ohio, March 13, 1882. 

2198. Gertrude Harwood * (Julia A.Daggett,'' Dexter," Thomas," 
Thomas," John,' Thomas,'- Joh}i'), boru Cincinnati, Ohio, June 7, 


1845; resides 712 Prospect street, Cleveland, Ohio (1892); married 
Cincinnati, Ohio, June 7, 1864, Dr. Oliver F. Gordon. 

Issue : 

3011. i. Pkank S. Gordon," born Ciaeinnati, Ohio, May 27, 1865; died Cin- 

cinnati, Ohio, July 2, 1865. 

3012. ii. Claka G. Gordon,' born Cincinnati, Ohio, September 19, 1866. 

3013. iii. Edward 0. Gordon,' born Cincinnati, Ohio, October 29, 1870. 
;;014. iv. George Gordon.' 

2199. Cordelia Daggett ^ {Isaac,'' Timothy,'^ Brotherton,' Broth- 
eiioii,'' JoaJiua,' Thomas," JoJin'), born 1829; married Fairhaven, 
Mass., May 2, 1849, by Rev. Jacob Roberts, to Alexander F. Gifford, 
son of Bethuel and Susan Gifford ; " clerk ; " born 1824. 

2200. Catherine F. Daggett ** {Isaac,'' Timothy,^ Brothertov ,'' 
Brotherton,^ Joshua,'-' Thomas,'- John'), born Edgartowu, Mass., 
1834; married Roxbury, Mass., July 7, 1863, by Rev. Henry M. 
King, to Charles Thacher, son of William and Hannah Thacher ; 
"trader;" born Dartmouth, Mass., 1825. 

2201. Helen Josephine Daggett' {Isaac,'' Timothy,''' Brotherlnn,' 
Brotherton,* Joshua,' Thomas," John'), born Fairhaven, Mass., Oc- 
tober 11, 1843; married Kosbury, Mass., October 15, 1866, by Rev. 
Henry M. King, to Stephen H. Nichols, of Waverly, HI., son of Seth 
and Sally Nichols ; born Weathersfield, Vt., 1827; "merchant." 

2208. Arunah "Weston Daggett' {Brotherton,' Samuel,^ 
Thomas,^ Brotherton,* Joshua,^ Thomas,' John'), born Union, Me., 
February 16, 1814; "lumberman;" died Bangor, Me., May 13, 
1876; married Bangor, Me., February 9, 1848, by Rev. H. R. Nye, to 
Rachel Smelleu Whitney, daughter of Thomas and Susan Randall 
(Cowing) Whitney; boru Orono, Me., March 5, 1828; died Bangor, 
Me., August 23, 1878. 

Issue : 

3015. i. Ada Whitney. Daggett,' born Bangor, Me., November, 1849; died 

Bangor, Me., November, 1850. 

3016. ii. ,T.iMEs Whitney Daggett,' born Bangor, Me., December, 1854; died 

Bangor, Me., January, 1855. 

3017. iii. Cora Frances Daggett,' born Bangor, Me., March 25, 1856; married 

Bangor, Me., June 15, 1876, by Kev. Arthur M. Knapp, to George 
Herbert Jaolsson, son of Joseph Pierce and Mary Lindsay (Skin- 
ner) Jacljson; born Bangor, Me., December 18, 1854; no issue; 
resides 65 Broadway, Bangor, Me. (1892). 

3018. iv. Belle Whitney Daggett,' born Bangor, Me., August, 1869; mar- 

ried Bangor, Me., September 20, 1892, Harry Atwood Chapman; 
resides "Bangor House," Bangor, Me. (1892). 

221S. George Baetlett Daggett* {Brotherton,'' Samtiel," 
Thomas,' Brotherton,^ Joshua,'^ Thomas,"- John'), boru Uniou, Me., 


August 23, 1824; died Rocklaud, Me., October 30, 1887; married 
Union, Me., November 5, 1847, Mary Jane Burns, daughter of 
John Burns (originally Bemheimer) ; boru Waldoboro', Me., May 
7, 1825; died Eocldand, Me., October 10, 1879. 

3019. i. REnBEN Shekek Daggett,' born Union, Me., February 1, 1849 ; dieil 

Union, Me., February 16, 1850. 

3020. ii. Oeinda Siieker Daggett,'* born Union, Me., November 1, 1850. 

3021. iii. LuciNDA Daggett,' born Union, Me., April 7, 1853; died Union, 

Me., April, 1859. 

3022. It. George Loking Daggett,' born Rockland, Me., September 9, 1855. 

3023. V. Ella Daggett,' born Rockland, Me., July 2, 1857. 

3024. vi. Mary E. Daggett,' born Rockland, Me., December 1, 1859; died 

Rockland, Me., September 26, 1864. 

3025. vii. Minnie D.vggett,' born Rocklaud, Me., October 26, 1861; died 

Rockland, Me., October 14, 18G4. 

3026. TJii. William We.ston Daggett,' born Rockland, Me., July 20, 1865; 

resides Rockland, Me. (1892). 

3027. ix. Mar-siiall Mason Daggett,' born Rockland, Me., June 27, 1868 ; 

married Rockland, Me., December, 1889, Kate Irish, daughter of 
Fred and Etta (Hart) Irish; resides Rockland, Me. (1892). 

2217. Jabez Daggett ' (Jixmes,' Samuel,''' Thomas,^ Brotherton,* 
Joshua,^ Thomas,- John'), born Maine, September 9, 1805; died 
Stockton, Cal., July 15, 1865; married Hodgdoii, Me., January, 
1830, Emeliue Russell, daughter of Jacob and Mercy (Meeker) Rus- 
sell ; born New York city, December 15, 1811 ; resides Oakland, Cal. 

Issue : 

3028. i. Egbert Coffin Daggett,' born Hodgdon, Me , March 28, 1831; 

died Hodgdon, Me., October 31, 1849. 

3029. ii. Isaac Meeker Daggett,' born Hodgdon, Me., June 25, 1833. 

3030. iii. Angeline Mercy Daggett,' born Hodgdon, Me., .August IS, 1835; 

died September 29, 1850. 

3031. iT. John Randolph Daggett,' born Hodgdon, Me., March 20,1838 ; died 

Hodgdon, Me., July 28, 1841. 

3032. T. John Randolph Daggett,' born Hodgdon, Me.. April 20, 1841; 

" unmarried; " resides San Francisco, Cal. (1892). 

3033. Ti. Aebie Jane Daggett,' born Hodgdon, Me., September 20, 1843. 

3034. vii. Taber Watson Daggett,' born Hodgdon, Me., December 6, 1847; 

married San Francisco, Cal., October 24, 1882, by Rev. Dr. 
Makencie, to Fannie E. Glasspool, daughter of Thomas and Eliza- 
beth (Phillips) Glasspool; born England, June 29, 1861 ; no issue 
(1892) ; " farmer; " resides Encinitos, Cal. (1892). 

2219. Waterman Daggett** {James,'' Samuel,^ Thomas," Broth- 
erton," Joshua,^ Thomas,^ John'), born Maine, September 8, 1809; 
died Hodgdon, Me., March 7, 1880; married Margaret . 

Issue : 

3035. i. Benjamin F. Daggett,' born Hodgdon, Me., 1837; married Boston, 

Mass., December 23, 1865, by Rev. Phineas Stowe, to Laura F. 
Rowe, daughter of Samuel C. and Dorothea C. Rowe; born Haverhill, 
Mass., 1845; address, Daggett Building, Haverhill, Mass. (1892). 


2220. Hiram Daggett" {James,'' Samuel," Thomas,' Brotheiion," 
.Joshua,' Thomas,- John^), bom Union, Me., August 16, 1811; 
" ship carpenter and joiner;" died Minneapolis, Minn., December 
13, 1881; married 1st, New Castle, Me., December 17, 1840, Sarah 
Kinsman Little, daughter of Hem-y and Mary (Kinsman) Little ; born 
New Castle, Me., August 29, 181.5; died Canton, Mass., March 24, 
1848 ; married 2d, Bedford, Ohio, March 2, 1867, Calista M. Hai-vey, 
daughter of James Harvey; born Hudson, Ohio, August 10, 1840; 
died Fau'haven, Mass., August 19, 1878. 

Issue : 

3036. i. Charles HENKr Daggett,' born Canton, Mass., September 19, 1847. 

3037. ii. Sarah Kinsman Daggett,' born Minneapolis, Minn., June 2, 1870. 

2321. ROBEKT Daggett' {James,' Samuel,^ Thomas,' Brother- 
ton,^ Joshua,^ Thomas,^ John'), born May 15, 1813 ; resides Jackson 
Brook, Me. (1884) ; married Sarah . 

Issue : 

3038. i. Thomas J. Daggett,' born Hodgdon, Me., 1841. 

2223. Ebenezer Daggett " {James,'' Samuel,^ Tliomas,^ Brother- 
ton,* Joshua,' Thomas,^ Jo/<?i '), born "Washington, Me., November 
20, 1817; "trader;" died Haverhill, Mass., February 19, 1864; 
married Canton, Mass., October 22, 18.50, by Rev. Benjamin 
Huntoon, to Betsey Tucker, daughter of Samuel and Polly (Upham) 
Tucker; born Canton, Mass., March 26, 1813 ; died Haverhill, Mass., 
September 12, 1888. 

Issue : 

3039. i. Lola Caroline Daggett,' born Haverhill, Mass., January 3, 1852. 

2224. Benjamin Franklin Daggett * {James,'' Samuel,^ Thomas,^ 
Brotherton," Joshua,' Thomas,^ John'), born Wiseasset, Me., Sep- 
tember 30, 1820; resides Bowdle, South Dalvota (1892); married 
Limerick, Me., April, 1848, Sylvina Niekerson, daughter of Ephraim 
and Dorinda Niekerson; born Augusta, Me., 1822. 

Issue : 

3040. i. Addie Daggett,' born Hodgdon, Me., April, 1852; died Elk River, 

Minn. , August, 1854. 

3041. ii. Fred Daggett,' boru Little Falls, Minn., August 13,1855; resides 

Bowdle, South Dakota (1892)- 

3042. iii. Oscar Daggett,' born Little Falls, Minn., February 28, 1857; resides 

Bowdle, South Dakota (1892). 

3043. iv. Ephraim Daggett,' born Little Falls, Minn., January 26, 1859; 

resides Bowdle, South Dakota (1892). 

3044. v. Ulysses L. Daggett,' born Little Falls, Minn., 1862 ; resides Bowdle, 

South Dakota (1892). 

2235. Robert L. Daggett " {Jonathan,'' Sa7nuel,'^ Tliomas,' Broth- 
erton,'' Joshua,' Thomas,- John '), boru Union, Me., March 12, 1820; 


'" farmer; " resides Morrill, Me. (1892) ; married Washington, Me., 
January 17, 1840, Adeline Whitehouse, daughter of Daniel and 
Nancy (Cunningham) Whitehouse; born New Castle, Me., July 14, 
Issue : 

3045. i. Eliza J. Daggett," born October 28, 1840. 

3046. ii. Edgar D. Daggett,' born July 12, 1845; died young. 

3047. iii. Ellen E. Daggett," born August 27, 1846; died young. 

3048. iv. Briggs C. Daggett," born November 27, 1849. 

2237. Aeabianda Daggett' {Jonathan,'' Samuel,'^ Thovias,^ 
Brotherton,* Joshna,^ Thomas,- John '), born Washington, Me., 
May 22, 1822; "ship carpenter;" resides Rockland, Me. (1865); 
married 1st, Washington, Me., September 6, 1848, by Elder White- 
house, to Arietta Whitehouse, daughter of Daniel and Nancy (Cun- 
ningham) AYhitehouse; born Jefferson, Me., May 6, 1824; died 
Rockland, Me., April 2.3, 1864; married 2d, Rockland, Me., Febru- 
ary 22, 1865, by Elder Joseph Keller, to Jane Elizabeth Arff, daugh- 
ter of Thomas and Syrena (Ludwig) Wagner; born Waldoboro', 
Me., February 22, 1831 ; died Rockland, Me., May 7, 1888. 

Issue : 

3049. i. George Riley Daggett," born Washington, Me., January 18, 1850; 

died Rockland, Me., November 24, 1884. 
30.50. ii. WiLLARD Deering Daggett," born Morrill, Me., February 18, 1852; 

married Barbara Guess, October 20, 1880, in Scotland; now (1886) 

in Australia; no issue (1892). 

3051. iii. Daggett," died. 

30-52. iv. Daggett," died. 

3053. V. Daggett," died. 

2239. Amelia Daggett* {William,'' Samuel,^ Thomas,' Brother- 
ton,'^ Joshua," Thomas,^ John'), born Union, Me., February 26, 
1814; resides Bremen, Me. (1892) ; married 1st, Bremen, Me., March 
28, 1852, by Rev. David Cushman, to Edward Eisenhauer, of Bremeu, 
Me., son of Nicholas and Catherine (Morash) Eisenhauer; boru Lu- 
nenburg, N.S., May 6, 1799; died Bremen, Me., January 13, 1875; 
married 2d, Bremen, Me., June 28, 1885, by Rev. W. W. Ogier, to 
Isaac Burns, of Waldoboro', Me., son of Cornelius and Catherine 
(Gross) Burns; born Waldoboro', Me., May 28, 1815. 

Issue : 

3054. i. Charles Edward Eisenhauer," born-Bremen, Me.,, June 28, 1855; died 

Bremen, Me., June 4, 1873. 

2241. Jane Tobey Daggett' {William,'' Samuel,^'' Thomas,^ 
Brotherton,* Joshua," Thomas,^ John'), boru Union, Me., October 
9, 1818; died Searsmont, Me., May 24, 1868; man-led Searsmont, 
Me., June 24, 1843, Charles Crawford, of Searsmont, Me., sou of 


James Crawford; born Warren, Me., May 6, 1800; died Surry, Me., 
January 19, 1884. 

3055. i. Edwin WoocnnLL Crawford,^ born Searsmont, Me., March 16, 1845. 
.SOofi. ii. J.\MES Weston Crawford,' born Searsmont, Me., September 19, 
1846; unmarried; resides Searsmont, Me. (1892). 

3057. iii. Arthur Bohan Crawford,' born Searsmont, Me., November 24, 

1847 ; married Natick, Mass., Abbie Moody ; no issue ; resides Natick, 
Mass. (1892). 

3058. It. William Hartwell Crawford,' born Searsmont, Me., December 

4, 1850. 

3059. V. Horatio Hiram Crawford,' born Searsmont, Me., August 23, 1852; 

died Boston, Mass., Januarj- 15, 1889. 
30C0. vi. Sarah Mehitable Crawford,' born Searsmont, Me., August 23, 1854 ; 
married Boston, Mass., January 1, 1878, Rev. Caleb Irvin Mills, son 
of Bailey T. Mills ; he pastor M.E. church, Santa Fe, N.M. (1892) ; 
she died Boston, Mass., December 23, 1878. 

3242. Joshua Daggett*' {William,'' Samuel,'' Thomas,' Brother- 
ton,* Joshua,^ Thomas," John''), born Union, Me., September 16, 
1820; resides Gushing, Me. (1892) ; married Friendship, Me., May 
27, 1866, by Rev. F. L. Farnham, to Ann Church, widow, and 
daughter of John and Martha (Hutchings) Adams; born Falmouth, 
Me., July 12, 1829. 

Issue : 
3061. i. Makgert Ann Daggett,' born Friendship, Me., January 28, 1868. 

Joshua Daggett, farmer, when residing in Friendship, Me., held the 
office of second selectman, and was also first assessor, but declined 
reelection. He had two mail contracts of four years each, after 
which he was instrumental in getting a post-offlce established in East 
Friendship, of which he was made post-master, but resigned because 
of removal to Gushing, Me. March 29, 1865, he was drafted into 
the army. Reported at Augusta, and sent forward to Gallop's island, 
Boston harbor. Was discharged at the close of the war. 

3244. Lucy Weston Daggett* {William,'' Samuel,'^ Thomas,^ 
Brotherton,* Joshua,^ Thomas,^ John'), born Union, Me., January 
11, 1825; resides Gushing, Me. (1892); married Bremen, Me., 
September 16, 1863, Rev. Frederick Lewis Farnham, son of Noah 
and Myriam (Brookins) Farnham; born Jefferson, Me., August 1, 

No issue. 

3246. Gapt. Hiram Daggett * ( William,'' Samuel,'^ Thomas,'' 
Brotherton,* Joshua,^ Thomas," John'), born Belmont, Me., Novem- 
ber 30, 1828; "mariner;" resides Cottage City, Mass. (1892); 
married Edgartown, Mass., May 4, 1856, by Rev. Wm. H. Sturte- 


vaut, to Charlotte Warreu Nye, daughter of Warren Weston and 
Charlotte (Norton) Nye; born Edgartown, Mass., July 29, 1833. 
Issue : 

3062. i. Nettie Louise Daggett,' born North Bridgewater, Mass., October 2G, 

1861; died Edgartown, Mass., August 4, 1878. 

2247. Makgeky Wells Daggett " ( William,'' Samuel,'^ Thomas,^ 
Brotherton,* Joshua," iThomasJ John'), born Belmont, Me., June 22, 
1830; died Portland, Me., January 16, 1868; manued Saco, Me., 
June 5, 1856, Benjamin W. Stover; resides 'Portland, Me. (1892). 

Issue : 

3063. i. Sylvia Weston Stover,' married Frank E. Meserve ; resides Portland, 

Me. (.1886). 

3254. Thurston Daggett* {Ebenezer,' Samuel," Thomas,^ 
Brotherton,* Joshua,'^ Tliomas,^ John'), born Union, Me., November 
28, 1820; died St. George, Me., April 14, 1886; married Union, 
Me., 1842, Rachel Mitchell, daughter of Andros and Rachel (Pier- 
son) Mitchell; born Union, Me., October 17, 1815; died St. George, 
Me., June 17, 1883. 

Issue : 

3061. i. Alonzo Daggett,' bqrn about 1844 (soldier Twenty-eighth Maine 
Regiment); resides Kockland, Me. (1892). 

3065. ii. George M. Daggett," born Union, Me., March 29, 1845; resides 

Rockland, Me. (1892). 

3066. iii. Rachel Daggett,' born Union, Me., March 8, 1847. 

3007. It. Edwin W. Daggett,' born St. George, Me., August 27, 1851. 
3068. V. Sarah F. Daggett,' born St. George, Me., August 6, 1853. 

Mr. Daggett served in the Civil War in the Twenty-eighth Maine 
Regiment, nine months' men ; was the inventor and proprietor of 
"Daggett's Bone and Nerve Liniment." 

2267. Angelia. Daggett'* {Ebenezer,' Samuel,'^ Thomas,^ 
Brotherton," Joshua,'' Thomas,^ John'), born Rockland, Me., 1847; 
married Lawrence, Mass., July 11, 1867, by Rev. J. J. Twiss, to 
David P. Stinehour, of Lawrence, son of David P. and Eliza Stine- 
hour; "carpenter;" born Highgate, Vt., 1846. 

2271. Frederic K. Daggett' {Edniimii,' Thomas,'^ Thomas,^ 
Brotherton,* Joshua,^ Thomas," John '), born Union, Me., August 13, 
1819 ; "valise and trunk maker; " died Everett, Mass., February 1, 
1879 ; married 1st, New York city, October 3, 1845, Helen Lauretta 
Bachelder, daughter of Capt. Lewis and Hannah (Morse) Bachelder; 
born May 16, 1826; married 2d, Lynn, Mass., August 1, 1858, by 
Parsons Cooke, to Elizabeth Potter, daughter of Joseph and Ellen 


Potter; bom Athens, Me., 183-i; resides 839 Boylston street, 
Bostou, Mass. (181)3). 
Issue : 

3069. i. Frederic La Forrest Daggett," born January 12, 1847 ; died April 

5, 1849. 

3070. ii. Son Daggett,' born November, 1850. 

3071. iu. Herbert Linwood Daggett," born Maiden, Mass., July 20, 1861 ; 

died Maiden, Mass., August 21, 1861. 

3072. iv. Sod Daggett, born Maiden, Mass., November 10, 1864. 

3073. V. Herbert F. Daggett," born Maiden, Mass., July 22, 1867; resides 

839 Boylston street, Boston, Mass. (1893). 

3283. Caroline F. Daggett ** {Edmund,'' Thomas,'' TJiomas,^ 
BrothertoH,' Joshua,-' Thomas,- John'), born Hope, Me., 1842; 
married Maiden, Mass., March 25, 1869, by Rev. Samuel E. Herrick, 
to Nathan B. Smith, son of Johd B. and Sarali Smith ; " milkman ; " 
born Maiden, Mass., 1838. 

'2284c. William Harriman Kuhn'* {Ruth Daggett,^ Aarou,'^ 
Thomas,^ Brotherton,* Joshua,^ Thomas,'^ John'), married Julia 
Augusta Groton. 

Issue : 

3074. i. Angelina Kuhn,' born 1845. 

3075. ii. William Franklin KnHN," born July, 1847. 

2290. Angelica Frances Clodse " {Olive Daggett,'^ Aaron,^ 
Thomas,' Brothertuii,* Joshua,^ Thomas,'- John'), born Maine, Sep- 
tember 2, 1824; resides "Worcester, Mass. (1851) ; married April 13, 
1846, Gardner Light, of Waldoboro', Me. 

Issue : 

3076. i. Mary Frances Light," born September 10, 1848. 

2331. Timothy Daggett ' ( Tristram,'' Tristram,^ Elijah,^ Brother- 
Ion,* Joshua,^ Thomas,^ John'), born Industry, Me., March 20, 
1824; "farmer;" died Dexter, Me., August 10, 1892; married 
Dexter, Me., November 27, 1851, Mary Jane Fletcher, daughter of 
Charles and Mary (Smith) Fletcher; born Dexter, Me., .September 4, 

Issue : 

3077. i. Emeline Addie Daggett,'' born Dexter, Me., September 4, 1852; 

married Sangerville, Me., September 6, 1879, Wilber Colby Gerry, 
son of Benjamin Stephens ,and Miranda (Rowe) Gerry; born Dover. 
Me., May 30, 1854; " farmer;" resides Dexter, Me. (1892). 

3078. ii. Charles Daggett," born Dexter, Me., June 18, 1854; "jeweller;" 

resides Lowell, Mass. (1892). 

3079. iii. Ann Loretta Daggett," born Dexter, Me., February 28, 1859; mar- 

ried Dexter, Me., August 27, 1886, William Albert Harling, son of 
Jonas and Elizabeth (Heigh) Harling; born Meltham, Yorkshire, 
Eng., September 3, 1853; resides Garland, Me. (1892). 


3080. iv. Nathan Daggett," born Dexter, Me., June 2, 1S60; married Dexter, 

Me., June 20, 1892, Idella May True, daughter of George Bradbury 
and Caroline Frances (Maxim) True; born Dexter, Me., January 
'7, 1868; " bo^s and shoes;" resides Dexter, Me. (1892). 

3081. V. Mary Elizabeth Daggett," born Dexter, Me., March 20, 1861; re- 

sides Lowell, Mass. (1892). 

3082. vi. Amanda Daggett," born Dexter, Me., July 12, 1SG6; resides Dexter, 

Me. (1892). 

2332. Nathan Luce Daggett** {Tristram,^ Tristram,^ Elijah,^ 
Brotherton,* Joshua,^ Thomas,- John'), horn Industry, Me., April 
18, 1825; "bootmaker;" died West Boylston, Mass., December 6, 
1887; married 1st, West Boylston, Mass., July 25, 1847, by Rev. L. 
Tracy, to Eunice H. Perry, daughter of James and Harriet (Osgood) 
Perry; born Boylston, Mass., May 29, 1829; died West Boylston, 
Mass., December 27, 1854; married 2d, West Boylston, Mass., 
November 1, 1855, Harriet Frances Pierce; born West Boylston, 
Mass.; resides West Boylston, Mass. (1892). 

Issue : 

3083. 1. Nathan Waldo Daggett," born West Boylston, Mass., March 22, 

1849; died West Boylston, Mass., December 31, 18J5. 

3084. ii. Jonas Tristram Daggett," born Shrewsbury, Mass., July 16, 1850; 

died West Boylston, Mass., December 22, 1855. 

3085. iii. Eunice Helen Daggett," born West Boylston, Mass., January 13, 

1852; died West Boylston, Mass., January 14, 1856. 

3086. iv. Martha Ann Daggett," born West Boylston, Mass., August 12, 1853; 

died West Boylston, Mass., November 16, 1853. 

3335. Susan Jane Daggett' (Tristram,'' Tiistram,'^ Elijah,^ 
Brotherton," Joshua,'' Thoiiuis," John'), born Dexter, Me., 1830; died 
Dexter, Me., December 31, 18G1 ; married James Brown, son of 
Samuel and (Luce) Brown. 

Issue : 

3087. i. Nettie Brown," born Dexter, Me., 1848; died Dexter, Me., September, 

1858 ; also several others, who died in infancy. 

2337. Mary Luce Daggett' (Timothy,'' Tristram,''' Elijah," 
Brotherton," Joshua,^ Thomas,^ John'), born New Vineyard, Me., 
August 8, 1839; resides Dexter, Me. (1893) ; married Dexter, Me., 
June 14, 1862, Edward Freeman Libby, son of Joseph Weeks and 
Mary (Jordan) Libby; "farmer;" born Dexter, Me., April 3, 1832. 

No issue. 

2338. Tkisteam Daggett' (Timothy,'' Tristram,'^ Elijah,' Broth- 
erton,'' Joshua,^ Tliomas,^ John'), born New Vineyard, Me., January 
2, 1841; died Ripley, Me., January 30, 1879; married 1st, Ripley, 
Me., September, 1866, Hannah Woodcock, daughter of Theodore and 
Deborah (Bessy) Woodcock; born 1847; died Ripley, Me., August 
17, 1871 ; married 2d, Ripley, Me., May 24, 1872, Mrs. Phebie Cum- 


mings Libby, daughter of Nehemiah and Polly (Drake) Leavitt ; 
now (1892) Mrs. Pliebie C. Eldridge, Pittsfield, Me. 
Issue : 

3088. i. Tkistkam Linwood Daggett,^ born Ripley, Me., March 28, 1869; 

resides Guilford, Me. (1892). 

3089. ii. Charles Delbert Daggett," born Bipley, Me., July 13, 1873; re- 

sides Cambridge, Me. (1892). 

3090. iii. Fred Daggett," born Ripley, Me., July 10, 1875; died Ripley, Me., 

October 30, 1876. 

3091. iv. Fred Eugene Daggett," born Ripley, Me., July 31, 1877; resides 

Pittsfield, Me. (1892). 

Tristram Daggett enlisted in Third Battery, First Regiment 
Artillery, December 11, 1861. December 24, 1863, he reenlisted for 
the remainder of the war. Mustered out June 17, 1865. 

The following spring he pui-chased a farm and settled in Ripley, 
where the remainder of his life was spent. 

2340. Asa Merry Daggett'* (Timolhy,'' Tristram," Elijah,' 
Brotlienon,* Joshua,^ Thomas,^ John^), born Parkman, Me., July 22, 
1845; died West New Portland, Me., May 19, 1889; married New 
Portland, Me., December 18, 1870, Rhoda Merry Williams, daughter 
of Henry and Catharine (Merry) Williams ; born East New Portland, 
Me., 1853; resides West New Portland, Me. (1892). 

Issue : 

3092. i. Carroll Linwood Daggett," born New Portland, Me., April 30, 

1872; resides West New Portland, Me. (1892). 

3093. ii. Elsie Mae Daggett," born New Portland, Me., November 15, 1874; 

died West New Portland, Me., April 29, 1889. 

3094. iii. Arthur Earl Daggett," born New Portland, Me., April 23, 1882. 

3095. iv. Lena Alice Daggett," born West New Portland, Me., January 26, 


Mr. Daggett, near the close of the war, enlisted at Bangor, as a 
substitute, and was a member of the Twelfth Company Unassigned 

2311. Catharine Amanda Daggett' {Timothi/,'' Trislram," 
Elijah,'' Brotherlon,* Joshua,'^ Thomas," John^), born Parkman, Me., 
May 31, 1848; died Ripley, Me., March 24, 1877; married Guilford, 
Me., January 8, 1871, Henry True Woodcock, son of Theodore and 
Deborah (Bessy) Woodcock; born Winthrop, Me., October 6, 1840; 
resides Ripley, Me. (1892). 

Issue : 

3096. i. Minnie May Woodcock," born Ripley, Me., January 24, 1872; resides 

Norway, Me. (1892). 

2363. Edmund Buxton Alford * (Nancy A. Daggett,^ Matthew," 
Elijah,^ BrotTierton,* Joshua,^ Thomas,^ Jb/ui '), born Warren, Me., 
February 2, 1821; died Boston, Mass., November, 1887; married 


Waldoboio', Me., Jime 24, 1850, Sarah Russell, daughter of Thomas 
and Sarah (Engley) Russell ; bom Waldoboro', Me. 
Issue : 

2364. Lydia North Alfokd ** {Nancy A. Daggett,'' Mattheiv,^ 
Elijah,^ Brotherton,^ Joshua,^ Thomas,^ John'), born Searsmont, 
Me., June 12, 1823; resides Warren, Me. (1892) ; married Warren, 
Me., April 10, 1850, Lawrence Crawford French, son of William and 
Mary (Crawford) French; born Warren, Me., August 30, 1821. 

Issue : 

3099. i. Mary E. Fhench,' born Warren, Me., April 19, 1851. 

3100. ii. Charles A. French,' born Warren, Me., November 22, 1854. 

3101. iii. Dora E. French," born Warren, Me., October 27, 1857, 

2365. Hannah P. Daggett' (JetJmi D.,' James,''' Jethro,^ 
Brotherton,* Joshua,^ Thomas,- John'), 'bova New Bedford, Mass., 
1831; married New Bedford, Mass., December 12, 1850, by Rev. 
R. M. Hatfield, to WUliam C. Stoddard, son of John H. and Cathe- 
riue Stoddard; " carpenter; " born Newport, R.I., 1821. 

2366. Elizabeth Daggett^ (Jethro D.,'' James, '^ Jethro,^ Broth- 
erton,* Joshua,^ Thomas,^ John'), born New Bedford, Mass., 1834; 
married New Bedford, Mass., April 16, 1852, by Rev. James Taylor, 
to Davis Kelley, son of Coleman and Peace Kelley ; " painter; " born 
Dartmouth, Mass., 1826. 

2367. Rebecca S. Daggett ** (Jethro D. ,' James,^ Jethro, '" Brother- 
ton,^ Joshua,' Thomas," John ') , born New Bedford, Mass., 1835 ; mar- 
ried Dartmouth, Mass., August 25, 1852, by Joseph Gifford, J. P., 
to George Kelley, son of Coleman and Peace Kelley; "mariner;" 
born Dartmouth, Mass., 1827. 

2369. Dennis Daggett^ (William,^ Peter,^ Ebenezer' \_John,* 
Joseph,' Joseph,- John''\ (?)), born Phillips, Me., March 11, 1821 ; 
resides Phillips, Me. (1893) ; married February 20, 1845, Mary 
Wright; born Strong, Me., 1823. 

Issue : 

3102. i. Leander A. Daggett," born Phillips, Me., April 3, 1846; married 

September 22, 1875, Florence Wortbley; she born Strong, Me., 

3103. ii. Wn-LiAM J. Daggett," born PhilUps, Me., October 26, 1851. 

2371. Paulina Daggett* {William,'' Peter, ^ Ehenezer ^ [John,* 
Joseph,' Joseph," John'~\ (?)), born Phillips, Me., July 11, 1829; 


died Phillips, Me., August 12, 1864; married October 31, 18.59, 
Ezra R. Wright; born Lewiston, Me., 1829. 
Issue : 

3104. i. Fred A. ^VKIGlIT,'' born Lewiston, Me., Norember 18, 18fiO. 

3373. Plamentin Daggett"* (Flamentin,'' Petei\^ Ehenezer^ 
\John* Joseph,^ Joseph,- John''] (?)), born New Vineyard, Me., 
May 3, 1825; died Strong, Me., December 12, 1884; married 
Sti-ong, Me., October 1, 1856, Nancy Thomas Vining, daughter of 
David and Jane Chase (Thomas) Vining; born Strong, Me., May 2, 

Issue : 

3105. i. Waltek Snow Daggett,' born Strong, Me., February 11, 1860. 

3106. ii. George Franklin Daggett,' born Strong, Me., May 26, 1866; 

married Trenton, N.J., September 26, 1891, Margaret Sweeny, 
daughter of Dr. Barnabas and Elizabeth Williamson (Robinson) 
Sweeny; born Brookville, Pa., October 28, 1864; resides 1100 New 
Hampshire avenue, Washington, D.C. (1893). 

3107. iii. Fred Herbert Daggett,' born Strong, Me., November 26, 1867; mar- 

ried Strong, Me., November 29, 1890, Susie Louisa Carr, daughter of 
Charles W. and Louisa (Earle) Carr; born Pliillips, Me., October 4, 
1872; resides Strong, Me. (1893). 

2374. Albert Daggett" {Plamentin,^ Peter, '^ Ebenezer^ 
\_JohH,* Joseph,^ Joseph,^ John'] (?)), born New Vineyard, Me., 
June 13, 1827 ; resides Strong, Me. (1893) ; married 1st, Strong, 
Me., April 2, 1857, Sarah Montgomery Porter, daughter of Ezekiel 
and Eunice (Hitchcock) Porter; born Strong, Me., July 21, 1836; 
died Strong, Me., May 3, 1886; married 2d, Strong, Me., June 13, 
1888, Ada Eldora Pottle; born Freeman, Me., December 23, 1853. 

Issue : 

3108. i. William Daggett,' born Strong, Me., December 17, 1868; died 

Strong, Me., August 26, 1870. 

3109. ii. Minnie Warren Daggett,' born Strong, Me., August 31, 1873; died 

Strong, Me., September 4, 1873. 

Mr. Daggett is of the firm of Daggett Bros., general merchan- 
dise. Strong, Me. 

2376. Hon. Washington Libbey Daggett ' {Plamentin,'' Pettr,^ 
Ebemzer" [John,^ Jo.seph,^ Joseph," John'] (?)), born New Vine- 
yard, Me., May 6, 1835; resides Strong, Me. (1893); married 
Strong, Me., September 20, 1868, Reliance Collier Dickey, daughter 
of John and Lucy (Collier) Dickey, born Avon, Me., October 27, 

No issue. 

Hon. W. L. Daggett is of the firm of Daggett Bros., general 
merchandise, Strong, Me. He is among the very best Sunday-school 
workers, and long an office-bearer in the State association. 


Mr. Daggett has completed tweuty-five years of unbroken service 
as superintendent of the Methodist Episcopal Sunday-school of Strong. 
His enthusiasm and devotion are greatly appreciated in the whole 
region. Mr. Daggett was one of the representatives of Maine at the 
World's Sunday-school Convention at London. 

2377. Hannah Snow Daggett" (Plamentin,'' Peter, ^ Ebenezer" 
[John,* Joseph,^ Joseph," John^"\ (?)), born New Vineyard, Me., 
January 12, 1839 ; resides 95 Hamilton avenue, Columbus, Ohio 
(1893) ; married Farmingtou, Me., June 25, 1867, George Washing- 
ton Luce, son of John Tilton and Betsey (Wendell) Luce; "jewel- 
ler; " born New Vineyard, Me., April 17, 1834. 

Issue : 

3110. i. George Ernest Luce,^ born Xenia, Ohio, January 17, 1872; resides 95 

Hamilton avenue, Columbus, Ohio (1893). 

2378. Mary Daggett" {Jonathan L.,' Peter, ^ Ebe)iezer^ [John,* 
Joseph,^ Joseph,- John^'\ (?)), born ChesterviUe, Me., October 20, 
1821; died Salem, Me., June 19, 1888; married January 18, 1839, 
Frederick Richards; born Leeds, Me., 1815. 

Issue : 

3111. i. Benjamin F. Richards," born Salem, Me., November 3, 1839; died 

Salem, Me., March 15, 1846. 

3112. ii. Velzora Richards," born Salem, Me., October 21, 1841. 

3113. iii. WiNFiELD S. Richards,^ born Salem, Me., April 27, 1855; died Salem, 

Me., January 23, 1862. 

3114. iv. Affie T. Richards," born Salem, Me., January 2, 1862. 

2379. J0NATH.4.N Daggett" {Jonathan L.,^ Peter, '^ Ebenezer^ 
[John,* Joseph,^ Josex>h,- John^'\ (?)), born Chesterville, Me., Feb- 
ruary 13, 1823; resides Strong, Me. (1893); married June 19, 1853, 
Adeline Curtis; born Salem, Me., 1832. 

Issue : 

3115. i. Ella F. Daggett," born Salem, Me., April 2, 1854; married January 1, 

1884, Stephen W. Mayo; he born Freeman, Me., 1841. 

2380. Mary Ann Daggett " {Leander,'' Peter, ^ Ebenezer'" [John,* 
Joseph,^ Joseph,- John '] (?)), born New Vineyard, Me., March 13, 
1827 ; died New Vineyard, Me., August 22, 1886 ; married (published 
December 17, 1846) Columbus Harvey, Son of Columbus and Esther 
(Stafford) Harvey; born Anson, Me., 1825. 

Issue : 

3116. i. Emily L. Harvey," born Industry, Me., 1847; married William H. 

Look; he born Georgetown, Me. (1849). 

3117. ii. Margaret D. Harvey," born Neve Vineyard, Me., 1851 ; died 1855. 

3118. iii. Bradford C. Harvey," born New Vineyard, Me., 1854; married 

Harriet S. Daggett (see No. 3123). 


3119. iv. Orlaxd C. Harvet," born New Vineyard, Me., 1857; died 1859. 

3120. V. William M. Habvet,^ born New Vineyard, Me., 1859. 

3121. vi. Mabel L. HAKVEV.'born New Vineyard, Me., 1863. 

3122. vii. Charles S. Harvey,' born New Vineyard, Me., 1866. 

2383. Leandek Daggett** {Leander,'' Peter,^ Ebenezer' \_John,* 
Joseph,^ Joseph,^ John '] (?)), bom New Vineyard, Me., October 10, 
1841 ; resides Strong, Me. (1893) ; married April 4, 1865, Amelia 
P. Butler, daughter of Philander and Mary (Norton) Butler; born 
New Vineyard, Me., October 10, 1844. 

2383. Albekt Daggett ** {Albert,'' Peter,'^ Ebenezer' [John,' 
Joseph,'^ Joseph;- John '] (?)), born Rochester, Mass., May 17, 1827 ; 
resides Manchester, Me. (1893) ; married May 17, 1854, Abbie B. 
Fifield; born Readfield, Me., 1829. 

Issue : 

3123. i. Harriet S. Daggei*,' born Manchester, Me., October 28, 1855; mar- 

ried Bradford C. Harvey (see No. 3118), December 25, 1878. 

3124. ii. Emogene W. Daggett,' born Manchester, Me., September 23, 1857; 

died Manchester, Me., June 11, 1873. 

3125. iii. Oreana F. Daggett,' born Manchester, Me., July 29, 1859; died 

Manchester, Me., October 22, 1862. 

3126. iv. Lizzie C. Daggett,' born Manchester, Me., October 30, 1861; died 

Manchester, Me., November 16, 1878. 

3127. V. Effie a. Daggett,' born Manchester, Me., December 5, 1863; died 

Manchester, Me., December 2, 1865. 

3128. vi. John A. Daggett,' born Manchester, Me., May 9, 1866. 

3129. vii. Charles E. Daggett,' born Manchester, Me., September 13, 1869. 

2384r. Plamentin Daggett" {Albert,'' Peter,^ Ebenezer^ [John,* 
Joseph,'^ Joseph,^ John^'\ (?)), born Rochester, Mass., December 17, 
1828; resides 7 Woodstock avenue, Rutland, Vt. (1893); married 
December 14, 1853, Elvira A. Capen ; born Winthrop, Me., 1832. 

Issue : 

3130. i. Cora A. Daggett,' born Manchester, Me., October 10, 1863. 

2385. Elizabeth Snow Daggett" {Albert,'' Pder,^ Ebenezer^ 
[John,* Joseph,'^ Joseph,^ Jb7m '] (?)), born Rochester, Mass., De- 
cember 25, 1830; resides 702i Cherry street, Camden, N.J. (1893) ; 
married August 21, 1851, Proctor S. Gilbert; born Greene, Me., 

Issue : 

3131. i. Ella B. Gilbert,' born Manchester, Me., September 4, 1854; mar- 

ried November 8, 1876, Eugene H. Furbush; he born Rome, Me., 
1855 ; she died February 15, 1877. 

3132. ii. Edwin S. Gilbert,' born Turner, Me., July 26, 1856; married Oc- 

tober 31, 1883, Sarah J. Bealer ; she born Lower Marion, Pa., 1855. 

3133. iii. Manly A. Gilbert,' born Turner, Me., March 21, 1858. 

3134. iv. Jennie F. Gilbert,' born Manchester, Me., March 4, 1863 ; married 

July 23, 1881, Wm. H. Gearheart; he born Dovlestownborough, 
Pa., 1858. 

3135. V. William A. Gilbert,' born Manchester, Me., October 3, 1865. 


2387. Martha Jane Daggett " {Albert,' Feler,'^ Ebenezer * [Jo/tx/ 
Joseph,^ Joseph,' .7o/hi'] (?)), born Rochester, Mass., January 23, 
1834; resides Augusta, Me. (1893); married October 12, 1858, 
William G. Fifield; born Augusta, Me., 1835. 

Issue : 

3136. j. John A. Fifield,' born Augusta, Me., July 31, 18f>l ; died 1863. 

3137. ii. Walter L. Fifield,' born Augusta, Me., October 16, 1867. 

3138. iii. Ikvinb D. Fifield,' born Augusta, Me., February 25, 1873. 

2423. John Fked D.^^ggett' (John A.,'' John," Johiir' \_John,* 
Joseph,^ Joseph,'' John '] (?)), born Industry, Me., August 24, 1847 ; 
resides New Sharon, Me. (1892) ; married January 19, 1871, Clara 
L. Flood, daughter of James and Caroline (Lothrop) Flood, of 
Farmington; born June 20, 1840. 

Issue : 

3139. i. Inez Caroline Daggett,' born Farmington, Me., June 1, 1871. 

3140. ii. Bessie Len.v Daggett,' born Farmington, Me., September 9, 1872; 

married December 1, 1889, Frank Lane; resides New Sharon, Me. 
(1892); issue: Clara Belle Lane,'" born New Sharon, Me., May 9, 
1890; died May 21, 1890. 

Mr. Daggett was in Co. A, Twenty-ninth Maine Regiment, in 
1864—5. He is a travelling salesman. 

2430. Capitola Daggett" {John A.,' John,'' John'' [John,* 
Joseph," Joseph,^ John '](?)), born Industry, Me., September 8, 1866 ; 
resides Dixfield, Me. (1892) ; married February 14, 1885, William 
Henry Durrell, son of Hiram P. and Lucy (Hanson) Durrell ; born 
Industry, Me., December 28, 1858. 

Issue : 

3141. 1. Mattie May Durrell,' born New Sharon, Me., November 27, 1885. 

3142. ii. Bernice Belle Durrell,' born New Sharon, Me., April 4, 1888. 

2433. Cassia Jane Daggett " ( Warren,'' John,^ John ° [John,' 
Josejp7t,^,/osep/i,°Jo/(H '](?)), born Anson, Me., April 1, 18 — ; resides 
Industry, Me. (1892) ; married January 7, 1878, Orrin Leeman, son 
of John and Betsey (Stover) Leeman, of Stark, Me. 

Issue : 

3143. i. Jennie Maud Leeman,' born Industry, Me., March 16, 1878. 

3144. ii. Bessie Ella Leeman,' born Industry, Me., June 21, 1879. 

3145. iii. Hattie Blanche Leeman,' born Stark, Me. 

2436. Ella Miller Daggett** {Wurren,'' John," John' [John,* 
Joseph,-' Joseph," John '] (?)), born Anson, Me., December 28, 1864 ; 
married November 24, 1886, James Tucker Staples, son of Daniel 

Issue : 

3146. i. Warren Daggett Staples,' born Industry, Me., May 15, 1S(;7. 

3147. ii. James Tucker Staples,' born Oakland, Me., July 1, 1888. 




2466. Inez Adella Daggett ^ (Allen," Seth,'' Reuben," Reuben,' 
Nathaniel," Nathaniel,^ John,'' John ^), bom Tioga, Pa., February 22, 
1845; resides Lawrenceville, Tioga Co., Pa. (1892); married Law- 
renceville, Pa., August 10, 1869, Fred David Fletcher, son of John 
and Debora Terressa (Ramsdale) Fletcher; born Sullivan, Pa., 
September 26, 1847. 

Issue : 

3148. i. Bertie Lee rLETCHBE,'" born Cohocton, N.Y., March 9, 1870. 

3149. ii. OscAK Charles Fletcher,'" born Wellsboro', Pa., August 18, 187G. 

24:68. Orson Starkey Daggett" (Allen,'^ Seth,'' Reuben,'^ Reu- 
ben," Nathaniel," Nathaniel,^ John,' John^), born Tioga, Pa., Sep- 
tember 28, 1856; resides Oak street. Corning, Steuben Co., N.Y. 
(1892); married East Charleston, Pa., September 12, 1875, Laura 
A. Palmer, daughter of Reuben T. and Mary (Ayers) Palmer ; born 
Middlebury, Pa., December 11, 1856. 

Issue : 

3150. i. Jay Allen Daggett,'" born Stokesdale, Pa., March 24, 1876. 

3151. ii. Ada May Daggett,'" born Niles Valley, Pa., February 10, 1878. 

3152. iii. Charles D. Daggett,'" born Stokesdale, Pa., February 5, 1880. 

3153. iv. LcciEN P. Daggett,'" born Dallas City, Pa.. January 13, 1882. 

3154. V. Eliza K. Daggett,'" born Harrison Valley, Pa., July 14, 1884. 

2471. Levi Daggett ' (George,"^ Seth,'' Reuben," Reuben,^ Nathan- 
iel," Nathaniel,^ John,'' John'), born Daggett's Mills, Pa., March 3, 
1837; resides Tioga, Tioga Co., Pa. (1892); married Tioga, Pa., 
January 1, 1857, Frances Smartwood. 

Issue : 

3155. i. Effie Daggett.'" 

3156. ii. Nellie Daggett.'" 

3157. iii. Norman Daggett.'" 

3158. iv. Annie Daggett.'" 

3159. V. May Daggett.'" 

3160. vi. Birdie Daggett."' 

3161. vii. Daisy Daggett.'" 

2472. Harriet Daggett' {George," Seth,'' Reuben,'^ Reuben,^ 
Nathaniel," Nathaniel,^ John,'- John'), born Tioga, Pa., July 12, 
1844; resides Tioga, Tioga Co., Pa. (1892); married Tioga, Pa., 


November 13, 1866, Henry Wheeler, son of Eoj'al and Sarah J. 
(Miller) Wheeler; born Lawreneeville, Pa., August 15, 1843. 
Issue : 

3162. i. H. Fay Wheeler,'" born Lawreneeville, Pa., March 6, 1868. 

3163. ii. George K. Wheeler,'" born Tioga, Pa., December 27, 1873. 

3164. iil. Royal P. Wheeler,'" born Tioga, Pa., October 12, 1876. 

3473. Florence Daggett^ {George,^ Setli,'' Reuben,''' Reuben/' 
Nathaniel* Nathaniel,^ Jolin,'^ John'), bom Tioga, Pa., September 
26, 1846; resides Addison, N.Y. (1892) ; married Tioga, Pa., 1879, 
Oscar Dudley. 

Issue : 

3165. 1. Ethel Dudley,'" born Addison, N.Y., August 24, 1882. 

3166. ii. Dora Dudley, '" born Addison, N.Y., February 13, 1884. 

2475. Seth Orlando Daggett' (Lewis," Seth,'' Reuben," Reuben,'' 
Nathaniel,* Nathaniel,'-' John,'' John'), born Daggett's Mills, Pa., 
September 14, 1843; "proprietor Park Hotel;" resides Tioga, Pa. 
(1892) ; married 1st, Havana, N.Y., June 9, 1878, Ella Boyntou, 
daughter of Eben B. and Helen (Miller) Boyntou; born Heading, 
N.Y., December 22, 1861; died Wellsboro', Pa., October 2, 1885; 
married 2d, Watkins, N.Y., March 14, 1888, Jessie D. Brown, 
daughter of S. B. and Mary (Gevero) Brown; born Watkins, N.Y., 
August 13, 1867. 

Issue : 

3167. i. Georgia Daggett,'" born Tioga, Pa., .July 21, 1880. 

3168. ii. Leah Daggett,'" born Tioga, Pa., January 22, 1882. 

2477. Wells Lewis Daggett' (ieiots,* Seth,'' Reuben,''' Reuben,'^ 
Nathaniel,* Nathaniel,^ John,^ John'), born Tioga, Pa., April 26, 
1854; resides Bellefonte, Pa. (1892); married Wellsboro', Pa., 
January, 1886, Carrie Boynton, daughter of Eben B. and Helen 
(Miller) Boynton; born Millerton, Pa., December 10, 1863. 

Issue : 
8169. i. Lewis Daggett,'" born Lawreneeville, Pa., August 9, 1887. 

Wells Lewis Daggett was proprietor of the "Daggett House," 
Lawreneeville, Tioga Co., Pa., 1888. 

2532. Ajiey Ann Daggett ' ( William," John,'' Levi,^ John,^ John,* 
Nathaniel,^ John,- John'), born Seekonk, Mass., April 29, 1849; 
resides East Providence, R.I. (1892) ; married East Providence, 
R.I., October 31, 1867, Benjamin P. Branch, son of Joseph and 
Lucy (Beaverstalk) Branch; born Providence, R.I., July 4, 1838. 

Issue : 

3170. i. Benjamin Branch,'" born East Providence, R.I., October 18, 1868. 

3171. ii. Amey Drccilla Branch,'" born East Providence, R.I., November 15, 



3172. iii. WILLI.4M Daggett Branch,'" born East Providence, R.I., December 

14, 1877; died East Providence, R.I., December 8, 1879. 

2537. William Daggett' {William,^ William,^ William,'^ Seth,'' 
Samuel,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,^ Jolin^), bom Tisbury, Mass., August 
22, 1825 ; " merchant; " I'esides Fresno, Cal. ; married 1st, Tisbury, 
Mass., August 11, 1848, by Rev. O. S. Walker, to Harriet Merry, 
daughter of William and Harriet (Manter) Merry ; born Tisbury, 
Mass., 1827; married 2d, . 

Issue (three sons, three daughters by first wife) : 

3173. i. Ida E. Daggett,'" born Tisbury, Mass., August 10, 1849. 

2545. Mary Daggett' (Alonzo,^ Setli,^ William,^ Seth,^ Samuel," 
Tliomas,^ Thomas," John^), born Tisbury, Mass., March 23, 1839; 
died at sea, on passage Havana to New York, July 9, 1875 ; married 
Tisbury, Mass., July 9, 1860, by Rev. F. A. Loomis, to Rodney 
Joshua Conary, son of Joshua and Pamelia Andrus (Carter) Con- 
ary, of Surry, Me.; "mariner;" born Surry, Me., September 17, 
1884; at sea (1892). 

Issue : ' 

3174. i. Adelia Melville Conary,'" born Vineyard Haven, Mass., June 9, 

1861 ; died Vineyard Haven, Mass., August 16, 1861. 

3175. ii. George Hough Conary,'" born Vineyard Haven, Mass., November 

17, 1863; resides Taunton, Mass. (1892). 

3176. iii. Olita Mat Conary,'" born Vineyard Haven, Mass., November 8, 

1868; resides Taunton, Mass. (1892). 

2547. Ank Eliza Daggett' (Alonzo,' SetJi,'' William,^ Seth,^ 
Samuel,* Thomas,' Thomas,^ John^), born Tisbury, Mass., May 26, 
1842; resides Taunton, Mass. (1892); married Tisbury, Mass., 
October 3, 1864, by Rev. W. V. Morrison, to William MeCready 
Conary, of Tisbury, son of Joshua and Pamelia Andrus (Carter) 
Conary, of Surry, Me.; "mariner;" born SiUTy, Me., June 29, 

Issue : 

3177. i. Alonzo Daggett Conary,'" born Vineyard Haven, Mass., September, 

1865; died Vineyard Haven, Mass., .Tune, 1866. 

2548. Georgia Daggett ' {Alonzo,^ Seth,'' William,^ Seth,^ Sam- 
uel,* Thomas,^ Thomas,^ John^), born Tisbury, Mass., November 8, 
1845 ; resides 2 Foster sti-eet. New Bedford, Mass. (1892) ; man-ied 
Tisbury, Mass., December 12, 1866, by Rev. John F. Sheffield, to 
Vernal Clifford, of Tisbui-y, son of Nathan and Elizabeth (Clifford) 
Clifford; "farmer;" born Chilmark, Mass., March 6, 1837. 

Issue : 


2550. Carrie Bradley Daggett' (Alonzo,",' William, 
Seth,'' Samuel,^ Thoma.'^,^ Thomas,- Jolin^), bom Tisbury, Mass., 
June 12, 1853; resides New Bedford, Mass. (1892); married Tis- 
bury, Mass., October 13, 1875, by Eev. E. Tirrell, to Osander Gilberts 
Hammett, of New Bedford, son of Hiram and Mary Ann (Tilton) 
Hammett; "mariner; " born Chilmark, Mass., September 19, 1853. 

Issue : 

3179. i. Mate Gilberts Hammett,'" born Woods HoU, Mass., April 13, 1878; 

died New Bedford, Mass., Aug. 15, 1891. 

2562. Samuel Daggett' {Isaac,'* Samuel,' Samuel,'' Seth,^ 
Samuel,* Thomas,^ Thomas,- John'), born New Vineyard, Me., 
November 30, 1818; "farmer;" removed to Iowa, 1883; resides 
Sanborn, Iowa (1892) ; married 1st, Louisa W. Pennel; born 1825; 
died January 20, 1848; married 2d (published September 30, 1848), 
Lydia Norton, daughter of Samuel and Susannah Wade (Davis) 
Norton; born Eustis, Me., October 28, 1827. 

Issue : 

3180. i. Saeah N. Daggett,'" born September, 1847; died January G, 1848. 

3181. ii. Andrew Jackson Daggett,'" born Industry, Me., May 25, 1849; 

married; resides California (1892). 

3182. iii. Amanda W. Daggett,'" born Industry, Me., November 19, 1852; 

married (published January 15, 1873) John W. Keith, of Farmington, 
Me.; she died there, January 22, 1889. 

3183. iv. Lydia Jane Daggett,'" born Industry, Me.; married Mark Bunker, 

son of lehabod Bunker, of Anson, Me.; divorced; resides Sanborn, 
Iowa (1892). 

3563. Tristram Norton Daggett' {Isaac,^ Samuel,'' Samuel,''' 
Seth,' Samuel,* Thomas,^ Thomas,^ John '), born New Vineyard, Me., 
October 21, 1820; died New Vineyard, Me., March 3, 1891 ; married 
1st, New Portland, Me., June 9, 1846, by Tobias Chuichill, to Lucy 
Churchill, daughter of Tobias and Jane (Everett) Churchill; born 
New Portland, Me., November 6, 1822; married 2d, July 11, 1866, 
Caroline E. Thomas, divorced wife of Hovey Thomas, and daughter 
of PhUander and Mary (Norton) Butler; born New Vineyard, Me., 
April 19, 1825. 

Issue : 

3184. i. Orravllle Daggett,'" born New Vineyard, Me., June 19, 1847; died 

New Vineyard, Me., August 3, 1863. 

3185. ii. Orington Daggett,'" born New Vineyard, Me., June 19, 1847; died 

New Vineyard, Me., July 1, 1863. 

3186. iii. Isaac W. Daggett,'" born New Vineyard, Me., January 2, 1851. 

3187. It. Sarah Elizabeth Daggett,'" born New Vineyard, Me., February 

28, 1853 ; died New Vineyard, Me., June 16, 1863. 

3188. V. Russell Everett Daggett,'" born New Vineyard, Me. , September 

28, 1855; diedNew Vineyard, Me., July 12, 18(i3. 

3189. vi. Warren Tristram D.4Ggett,'° born New Vineyard, Me., July 21, 

1858; died New Vineyard, Me., June 25, 1863. 


3190. yii. Lucy Annah Daggett,'" born New Vineyard, Me., August 11, 1860; 

died New Vineyard, Me., September 4, 1863. 

Mr. Daggett, farmer, resided in Industry, New Vineyard, and Iowa. 

2565. John Tobet Daggett' {Isaac,^ Samuel,' Samuel,^ Seth,^ 
Samuel,* Thomas,^ Thomas," JoJm^), born New Vineyard, Me., 
September 13, 1826; " farmer ;" died Farmington, Me., December 
23, 1891 ; married 1st, Industry, Me., January 31, 1856, Caroline 
Norton, daughter of Benjamin Warren and Amy Allen (Manter) 
Norton; born New Vineyard, Me., December 9, 1833 ; died Industry, 
Me., April 14, 1878; married 2d, November 16, 1879, Eleanor 
Greenwood, widow of Hannibal Greenwood, and daugliter of Daniel 
H. and Betsey (Spencer) Fish; born Industry, Me., March 14, 1848. 

Issue : 

3191. i. William Hakrison Daggett,'" born Industry, Me., August 14, 1857. 

3192. ii. Charles Manter Daggett,'" born Industry, Me., NoTember 21, 

1861; died Industry, Me., July 20, 1863. 

3193. iii. Emma Allen Daggett,'" born Industry, Me., October 29, 1864. 

3194. It. James Norton Daggett,'" born Industry, Me., June 7, 1867. 

3195. T. Abeie Norton Daggett,'" born Industry, Me., August 11, 1872. 

3196. vi. Julia Jones Daggett,'" born Industr.v, Me., October 6, 1876. 

3197. Tii. Blanche M. Daggett,'" born Industry, Me., December 31, 1880. 
8198. viii. John M. Daggett,'" born Industry, Me., May 13, 1882. 

3199. ix, Delia F. Daggett,'" born Industry, Me., January 31, 1884. 

2566. Andrew Jackson Daggett" {Isaac,^ Samuel,'' Samuel,^ 
Seth,' Samuel,* Thomas,^ Thomas,'^ John'), born New Vineyard, 
Me., November 26, 1829 ; died Industry, Me., April 21, 1860; mar- 
ried August 14, 18.52, Susan Tinlvham, daughter of Ariel and Susan 
(Bray) Tinkham, of Anson, Me. ; address, Anson, Me. (1892). 

Issue : 

3200. i. Francis A. Daggett,'" born Industry, Me., January 1, 1853; died 

Industry, Me., July 16, 1861. 

3201. ii. Susie M. Daggett,'" born Industry, Me., February 19, 1860. 

2569. Julia Jones Daggett' {Isaac,^ Samuel,'' Samuel,^ Seth,^ 
Samuel," Tliomas,' TJiomas," John'), born New Vineyard, Me., June 
1, 1839 ; resides Sanborn, O'Brien Co., la. (1892) ; married Indus- 
try, Me., July 3, 1859, by Phineas Libby, to Benjamin Warren 
Norton, son of Benjamin Warren and Amy AUen (Manter) Norton, 
of Industry, Me. ; born New Vineyard, Me., July 3, 1836. 

Issue : 

3202. i. Sarah Ellen Norton,'" born Industry, Me., April 4, 1862; married 

February 6, 1S85, Henry E. Hodgkins, son of Henry T. and Ann 
Greeley (Stinehiield) Hodgkins; issue: Ernest Warren," born 
April 21, 1889; resides N. Chesterfield, Me. (1892). 

3203. ii. David Merry Norton,'" born Industry, Me., February 23, 1864; 

m.arried November 22, 1890, Orie Woolworth, daughter of WOliam 
and Mary (Taylor) Woolworth; resides Sanborn, la. (1892). 

3204. iii. Emily Daggett Norton,'" born Industry, Me., September 20, 1869; 

resides Sanborn, la. (1892). 


Benjamin W. Norton, farmer, settled in Industry, Me., was repre- 
sentative in the State Legislature, and town treasurer. Moved to Iowa 
in 1886. 

2571. John Baenard Daggett^ (Samuel,^ Samuel," Samuel,^ 
Seth,^ Samuel,* TJiomas,^ Thomas,'^ John^), born Farmington Falls, 
Me., May 17, 1827; "merchant and farmer;" died Wesley, la., 
March 12, 1879; married Farmington Falls, Me., June 14, 1856, 
Cornelia Russ, daughter of Henry and Mary (Clark) Russ ; born 
Me., March 1, 1830. 

Issue : 

3205. i. Alice Daggett,'" born Farmington Falls, Me., October 30, 1858; 

married Mason City, la., April 1, 1885, Mr. Heal; resides Wesley, 
la. (1892). 

3206. ii. Bradford Brush Daggett,'" born Farmington Falls, Me., November 

27, ISfU; of "Daggett & Schwie," stoves and plumbing supplies, 
Mason City, la. (1892). 

2573. Emily Jones Daggett' {Samuel,'* SamueW Samuel," 
Seth,^ Samuel,* Thomas,' Thomas,- John'), born Industry, Me., 
January 10, 1837 ; resides Evansville, Ind. (1892) ; maiTied Farming- 
ton, Me., July 30, 1862, by Eev. Horatio Q. Butterfield, to Charles 
H. Butterfield, son of Asa and Hannah (Jordan) Butterfield; born 
Farmington, Me., May 17, 1833. 

No issue. 

Hon. Charles H. Butterfield served in the Civil War three years, 
as major and lieutenant-colonel, Ninety-first Indiana Infantry. In 
1870 he was judge of the Criminal Court; 1872, mayor of the city of 
Evansville; 1886-91, county attorney, Vanderburg county, Ind. 

2575. Orrin Daggett ' {Samuel,^ Samuel,'' Samuel,'^ Seth,^ 
Samuel,* Thomas,^ Thomas,- Johyi'), born New Vineyard, Me., 
January 7, 1816; resides Presque Isle, Me. (1892); married New 
Vineyard, Me., February 23, 1839, by Rev. Thomas Smith, to Mary 
Perkins, daughter of Levi H. and Bethia (Dunbar) Perkins ; born 
North Anson, Me., January 11, 1820. 

Issue : 
3207. i. Levi Hooper Daggett,'" born Industry, Me., February 21, 1840. 
8208. ii. Phedelia W. Daggett,'" born New Vineyard, Me., September 8, 
1843; died East Greenwich, R.I., October IS, 1872. 

3209. iii. SAMnEL Daggett,'" born Industry, Me., May 29, 1846. 

3210. iv. Emma A. Daggett,'" born New Sharon, Me., April 23, 1854; died 

Wilbraham, Mass., May 4, 1877. 

3211. v. Charles F. Daggett,'" born New Sharon, Me., September 9, 1856. 

Orrin Daggett is a farmer at Presque Isle. He has been selectman 
and assessor of the town, sheriff of the county four years, and mem- 
ber of the State Legislature. 


3577. Belinda West Daggett ^ {John T.,^ Samuel,'' Samuel,'^ 
SetJi,' Samuel,* Thomas,' Thomafs,^ John^), bom Tisbury, Mass., 
December 9, 1838; died New Bedford, Mass.; married Tisbury, 
Mass., November 30, 1856, Alleu Willeox, of New Bedford, Mass. 

Issue : 

3212. i. Frank "Willcox,'" born April 22, 186j. 

2581. Obed Sherman Daggett" {John T.," Saiimel,'' Samuel,^ 
Seth,'' Samuel,'^ Thomas,'' Thomas," Joha^), born Tisbury, Mass., 
August 22, 1850; resides Tisbury, Mass. (1892); married Marsh- 
field, Mass., February 12, 1884, by Rev. T. P. Gumey, to Maria 
Roberts Guruey, daughter of Theophilus B. and Rebecca (Newcomb) 
Gurney; born East Hartford, Conn., March 19, 1860. 

Issue : 

3213. i. Emma Sherman Daggett,'" born Tisbury, Mass., August 23, 1886. 

3214. ii. John Toeet Daggett,'" born Tisbury, Mass., November 26, 1887. 
321.T. iii. Robert Gurnet Daggett,'" born Tisbury, Mass., October 10, 1889. 

2583. Lucy Ellen Daggett" {John T.,^ Samuel,'' Samuel," 
Seth,' Samuel," Thomas,^ Thomas,^ John '), born Tisbury, Mass., 
July 12, 1855 ; resides North Tisbury, Mass. (1892) ; married 1st, 
Tisbury, Mass., December 5, 1875, by Rev. Charles E. Stokes, to 
Erford W. Burt, of Taunton, Mass., son of William A. and Salome 
S. Burt; born Taunton, Mass., 1853; " carpenter ;" died Taunton, 
Mass., March, 1878; married 2d, Tisbury, Mass., May 5, 1885, by 
Rev. John F'ish, to Shubart Weeks Gray, son of William and Viann 
(Weeks) Gray. 

Issue : 
3216. i. Otis E. Burt,'" born Taunton, Mass., December 13, 1876. 

2584. Rebecca Daggett Manchester" {Amanda M. Daggett," 
Samuel,'' Samuel," Seth,'" Samuel," Thomas,^ Thomas,- John^), born 
Vineyard Haven, Mass., December 14, 1836; resides Vineyard 
Haven, Mass. (1892) ; married 1st, Vineyard Haven, Mass., Benja- 
min Franklin Norton, son of Constant and Caroline Elizabeth 
(Norton) Norton; born Farmingtou, Me., September 21, 1833; 
perished at sea, autumn of 1856 ; married 2d, Vineyard Haven, Mass., 
March 27, 1865, Alfred Elijah Getchell, sou of Parker and Rosanna 
(Lamb) Getchell; born Haverhill, N.H., July 1 or 2, 1822; died 
April 28, 1875. 

No issue. 

2585. Sophronia Peakes Manchester" {Avianda M. Daggett," 
Samuel,' Sa7nuel," Seth," Samuel," Thomas,' Thomas,^ John^), bora 
Vineyard Haven, Mass., March 17, 1842; resides Vineyard Haven, 


Mass. (1892) ; married Vineyard Haven, Mass., October 8, 1863, 
Ellis Hamilton Dean, of Glasgow, Scot. , son of Charles and Jessie 
(Keir) Dean; born Scotland, August 27, 183.5. 
Issue : 

3217. i. George Hamilton Dean,'" born Vineyard Haven, Mass., April 1, 

1865; address, 38 Pearl street, Boston, Mass. (1892). 

3218. ii. Henry Manter Dean,'" born Cambridgeport, Mass., December 2, 

1869; address, 33i- India street, Boston, Mass. (1892). 

2588. Sri.AS Daggett" {Lenclal," Silan,'' Silas," Seth,^ Samuel," 
Tliomas,^ Thomas," John'), born Industry, Me., April 24, 1828; 
"farmer;" resides Harwood, N. Dak. (1892); married Anson, 
Me., October 16, 1855, by Asa Moor, Esq., to Mellisoa Pinkham, 
daughter of Nahum and Nancy (Nash) Pinkham; born Stark, Me., 
June 19, 1835. 

Issue : 

3219. i. Ira P. Daggett,'" born Stark, Me., August 22, 1856; died Anson, 

Me., .January 8, 1865. 

2589. Lydia Asn Daggett' {Lendal," Silas,' Silas,^ Seth,' 
Samuel," Thomas,^ Thomas," John'), born Industry, Me., Septem- 
ber 19, 1835; resides "West's Mills, Me. (1892); married February 
26, 1857, Joseph WaiTen Smith, son of Peter B. and Eleanor 
(Spencer) Smith; "farmer, lilacksmith ; " bora New Vineyard, Me., 
December 22, 1833. 

Issue : 

3220. i. Ellen Mary Smith,'" born Industry, Me., January 6, 1858; married 

William H. Daggett (see No. 3191). 

3221. ii. Frank Webster Smith,'" born Industry, Me., August 8, 1859; mar- 

ried October 29, 1885. Augusta Brackett, daughter of Franklin and 
Florilla (Woodcock) Brackett; resides Stark, Me. (1892); issue: 
Ellen Frances Smith, born Stark, Me., April 18, 1S8G. 

3222. iii. Edgene Lendal Smith,'" born Industry, Me., May 11, 1861; married 

Mary J. Daggett. 

3223. iv. Charles Gardiner Smith,'" born Industry, Me., Aprils, 1867; died 

Industry, Me., August 16, 1869. 

3224. V. Fred Warren Smith,'" born Industry, Me., March 17, 1869. 

3225. vi. Charles Marshall Smith,'" born Industry, Me., August 25, 1874. 

2591. Tristram Gardner Daggett' {Lendal,^ Silas,'' Silas,'' 
Seth,^ Samuel,* Tliomas,^ Thomas," John'), born Stark, Me., 
January 29, 1847 ; resides Anson, Me. (1892) ; married Stark, 
Me., January 20, 1868, by Elder John Spinuey, to Sarah Maria Gil- 
man, daughter of Stephen and Sarah (Brown) Gilman ; bom Anson, 
Me., December 28, 1847. 

Issue : I 

3226. i. Bertice Albert DAGo'teTT,'" born Stark, Me., December 20, 1868. 

3227. ii. Maud Eugenie Daggett.'" born Stark, Me.. June 24. 1876. 


Mr. Daggett is iu the cardioom of the Indian Spring Woollen 
Mill, Madison, Me. 

2593. William Henky Daggett" {Joseph,^ Silas,'' Silas," Seth,'^ 
Samuel,* Tliovias,'^ Thomas,^ John '), born Tisbui-y, Mass., January 
29, 1844; resides 696 Washington street, Brighton, Mass. (1893); 
married Golistowu Centre, N.H., November 23, 1870, by Rev. 
Watson W. Smith, to Nellie lautha Hills, daughter of Albert and 
Sarah (Shaw) Hills; born Manchester, N.H., January 4, 1849. 

Issue : 

3228. i. Fked Wallace; Daugett,'" born Boston, Mass., July 26, 1877. 

2595. Chakles Dillingham Daggett" {Joseph,^ Silas,'' Silas," 
Seth,^ Samuel,* Thomas,^ Thomas,^ John'), born Tisbury, Mass., 
July 27, 1848; resides Bayswater street, Boston, Mass. (1893); 
married Boston, Mass., February 21, 1872, by Rev. S. J. B. House, 
to Emily Jane Norton, daughter of Richard and Caroline Love 
(Cottle) Norton; born Tisbury, Mass., January 24, 1845; died 
Boston, Mass., February 22, 1893. 

Issue : 

3229. i. Venetia Inis Daggett,'" born Tisbury, Mass., October 4, 1873. 

Mr. Daggett has been connected with the "Boston Journal" for 
many years. 

2601. Annie Franklin Daggett" (Grafton L.,' Freeman,'' 
Freeman," Sylvanus,^ Samuel,* Thomas," Thomas,- John'), born 
Tisbm-y, Mass., September 11, 1857; resides Franklin, Pa. (1892) ; 
married Tisbm-y, Mass., May 21, 1885, by Rev. J. P. Farrar, to 
Charles Edwin Lord, of Newport, R.I., son of Albert E. and Caroline 
Elizabeth (Furber) Lord; "teacher;" born Woodstock, Vt., July 
15, 1852. 

Issue : 

3230. i. Constance Lokd,'" boru Tisbury, Mass., October 20, 1886. 

3231. ii. Elisabeth Daggett Loud,'" born Franklin, Pa., June 3, 1890. 

2629. Clarinda Greene Daggett" [David," Henry,'' Ichabod," 
Elihu,^ Mat/hew,* John,^ Thomas,' John'), born Hopkinton, N.Y., 
February 19, 1841 ; resides Potsdam, N.Y. (1892) ; married Parish- 
ville, N.Y., August 16, 1864, John A. Vance, son of John and Aner 
(Hill) Vance; boru Osnabruck, Out., Can., October 8, 1836. 

Issue : 

3232. i. Carroll Herbert Vance,'" born Parishville, N.Y., September H, 


3233. ii. Ethel Mette Vance,'" born Potsdam, N.Y., February 15, 1871. 


3630. Henrt Levi Daggett" {David," Henri/,'' Ichabod,^ Elihu,^ 
Mayheiv," John,^ Thomas,- John'), bom Stockholm, N.Y., April 28, 
1842; resides Parishville, N.Y. (1892); married Potsdam, N.Y., 
November 24, 1869, Marion Church, daughter of Calvin Colton and 
Elizabeth Bradbury (Follett) Church; born Crary's Mills, N.Y. , May 
9, 1849. 

Issue : 

3234. i. Gkace Elizabeth Daggett,'" born Parishville, N.Y., May 3, 1873. 

3235. ii. Arthur David Daggett,'" born Parishville, N.Y., August 27, 1876. 

2632. Hekbert Martin Daggett^ (Davkl,^ Henrij,'' Ichabod,^ 
Elihu,^ Mayheio,* John,^ Thomas,"^ John'), hovn Stockholm, N.Y., 
October 19, 1846 ; address, 159 Baldwin street, Elmira, N.Y. (1892) ; 
married Parishville, N.Y., December 15, 1869, Myra Shepard Smith, 
daughter of Ansel Sowles and Susan Zerniah (Shepard) Smith ; boru 
ParishvOle, N.Y., September 4, 1851. 

Issue : 

3236. i. Mabel Cornelia Daggett,'" born Parishville, N.Y., June 12, 1873. 

3237. ii. Mtron Herbert Daggett,'" born Parishville, N.Y., April 20, 1875. 

3238. iii. Clara Mat Daggett,'" born Parishville, N!Y., October 17, 1877. 

3239. iv. Henry D.wid Daggett,'" born Potsdam, N.Y., January 20, 1884. 

Mr. Daggett is of the " Elmira Portrait Company." 

2633. Frank K. Daggett' (Levi P.," Henri/,'' Ichabod," Elihu,"- 
Mayhew," John,'' Thomas,- John'), born 1838; died Litchfield, 
Minn., October, 1876 ; married Stockholm, N.Y., 1860, Emma Dag- 
gett, daughter of Stephen Abbot and Olive (Battles) Daggett (No. 
2624) ; born Stockholm, N.Y., 1838; died August 4, 1883. 

No issue. 

2641. Sarah Daggett Jii.lson ' {Eliza M. Daggett,'^ Benjamin, 
Daniel,^ Elihu,^ Mayhew,* John,^ Thomas,^ John '), born Attleboro', 
Mass., March 28, 1834; resides Attleboro', Mass. (1893); married 
Attleboro', Mass., November 24, 1858, Albert D. Dean, son of Dor- 
ranee and Sepha (Whittaker) Dean. 

Issue : 

3240. i. Russell Dean.'" 

3241. ii. EvALiNE Dean,'" married Frederic Fogg; issue : two sons. 

2642. George Lee Jillson ' {Eliza M. Daggett," Benjamin,'' 
Daniel,^ Elihii,^ Mayhew,* John,^ Thomas," John'), boru Attleboro', 
Mass., September 23, 1837; resides North Attleboro', Mass. (1892) ; 
married 1st, Frances Stanley, daughter of Charles and Margaret 
(Montgomery) Stanley; married 2d, May 30, 1867, Estelle A. Bos- 
worth, daughter of Pliny Bosworth; born Newton, Mass., September 


7, 1843 ; married 3d, Ella Aldrich, daughter of Silas and Salome 
(Foster) Aldrich. 
Issue : three childreu, 1876. 

2645. Oliver Stanley' (Catherine Blackinton,^ Mary Daggett,'' 
Daniel,^ El'ihu,' Mayhew,* John,^ Thomas,' John'), resides North 
Attleboro', Mass. (1893) ; married 1st, Attleboro' Falls, Mass., 
February 26, 1842, Emily Whitney, daughter of Martin and Nancy 
(Orne) Whitney; born Attleboro', Mass., February 6, 1813; died 
Attleboro', Mass., April 1, 1852; married 2d, Mary Perry, daughter 
of John Perry. 

Issue : 

3242.1. Frederic M. Stanley,'" born Attleboro', Mass., Marcb 15, 1843; 
married; no issue; died Attleboro', Mass., August 15, 1877. 

3243. ii. Annie Frances Stanley,'" married W. W. Pratt; issue: Stanley 


3244. iii. Emily Stanley,'" born Attleboro', Mass., 1852. 

2647. Elinor Stanley' (Catherine Blackinton," Mary Daggett,^ 
Daniel,'^ Elihu,^ Mayhew,* John,^ Thomas,^ John'), married Isaac 
Bailey; born Attleboro', Mass., May 11, 1814; died Attleboro', 
Mass., June 28, 1856. 

Issue : 

3245. i. Irving I. Bailey,'" born Attleboro', Mass., January 17, 1846; died 

Attleboro', Mass., May 10, 1851. 

3246. ii. Catharine Bailey.'" 

3247. iii. Annie Ballet.'" 

2649. William Dean Whiting ' (Nancy Blackinton,'' Mary 
Daggett,'' Daniel,^ Elihu,^ Mayhew,* John,^ Thomas,^ John '), born 
Attleboro', Mass., December 23, 1815; died Attleboro', Mass., No- 
vember 24, 1891 ; married December 17, 1839, Rebecca Damon 
Butterfield, daughter of Pitt and Lucy (Damon) Butterfield ; born 
Dedham, Mass., May 8, 1818. 

3248. i. William Osborne Whiting,'" born September 30, 1846; drowned 

April 28, 1851. 

3249. ii. Frank Mortimer Whiting,'" born 1847; married Florence Hancock, 

daughter of Timothy E. and Harriett (Doane) Hancock; be died At- 
tleboro', Mass., May 28, 1892; issue; two daughters ; widow resides 
North Attleboro' (1893). 

3250. iii. Josephine S. Whiting.'" 

3251. iv. Florence R. Whiting.'" 

2655. Emily Richards ' (OZt're D. BlacMnton," 3Iary Daggett. '' 
Daniel,^ Elihu,^ Mayhem,'' John,' Thomas,'' John'), married David 


Capron; bom December, 1811; died Attleboro', Mass., March 18, 

3252. i. Henry Capkon,'" married Josephine Mason; issue : two children. 

3253. ii. Feank Capron,'" married Emmeline Goodwin, daughter of Wallace 

and Angeline Goodwin. 

3254. iii. Louise Capron.'" 

3656. Ann Maria Richards" (Olive D. Slacl-inton,^ Mary 
Daggett,'' Daniel,'^ EliJiii,^ Mayheto,' JoJin,^ Tliomas," John'), born 
Attleboro', Mass., August 16, 1819; married Attleboro', Mass., 
October 28, 1841, Abiel Codding, son of Abiel and Cliloe (Daggett) 
Codding; born Rehobotb, Mass., January 29, 1817. 

Issue : 

3255. i. Arthur E. Codding,'" married Alice, daughter of Lucius and 

Amelia (Robinson) Chamberlin; issue: Alice," Arthur," daugh- 

3256. ii. Ella M. Codding,'" born Attleboro', Mass., February 26, 1845; died 

Attleboro', Mass., July 4, 1846. 

3257. iii. James A. Codding,'" married Agnes Adele, daughter of Benjamin 

Stanley and Ann (Robinson) Freeman ; issue : James A.," Annie," 

3258. iv. Edwin A. Codding,'" married Jeanie, daughter of Joseph Jackson 

and Sarah A. (Tisdale) Freeman; issue : Joseph." 

3259. V. Ellen L. Codding,'" born Attleboro', Mass., November, 1860; died 

Attleboro', Mass., January 27, 1879. 

2657. Fkancis B. Richards" {Olive D. Bkwkinton,'' Mary Batj- 
gett,'' Daniel,^ Elihu," Mayhew," Jolni,'^ Thomas,^ John '), resides No. 
Attleboro', Mass. (1893); married 1st, Julia M. Peck; born 1828; 
died Attleboi'o', Mass., September 7, 1853 ; married 2d, Mrs. Short. 

Issue : 

3260. i. Hattie Olive Richards,'" m.arried George Cheerer, son of William 

and Betsy (Allen) Cheerer -, issue: one child." 

3261. ii. Annie Richards,'" married Orin Clifford; issue : one child." 

2661. Chloe Richardson" (Abigail Daggett," Daniel,'' Daniel,^ 
Eliliu,^ Mayheiv,* John,' Tliomas,^ John'), born Attleboro', Mass., 
July 23, 1816; died Attleboro' Falls, Mass., February 5, 1854; mar- 
ried Guilford Fuller, son of Ezekiel and (Thayer) Fuller ; born 

1811; died Wrentham, Mass., January 17, 1889. 

Issue : 

3262. i. Anson Fuller.'" 

3263. ii. Cornelia Fuller.'" 

3264. iii. Arthur Fuller.'" 

3265. iv. Sarah Fuller.'" 

2662. Cynthia Ann Richardson " (Abigail Daggett," Daniel,'' 
Daniel,^ Elihu,^ Mayhem,* John,' Thomas," John'), born Attleboro', 
Mass., 1816; died Attleboro', Mass., September 19, 1888; married 


Thomas Gully; Ijoni England, LSIl'; died Attleboro', Mass., May 
24, 1892. 
Issue : 

3266. i. Thomas Gclly,'" born January 27, IstiO. 

2670. Daniel Cuktis Daggett" {Daniel,'* Daniel,'' Daniel," 
Elihu,^ Mayliew,* Jolin,^ Thomas,' John'), born Taunton, Mass., 
July 11, 1828; "machinist;" died March 22, 1883; married New- 
buryport, Mass., August 28, 1851, by Rev. Nicholas Medbury, to 
Mary E. Brown, daughter of Charles and Lydia Brown ; born New- 
buryport, Mass., 1833. 

Issue : 

3267. i. Geokge H. Daggett,'" resides Minneapolis, Minn. (1S92). 

3675. Cornelius D. Robinson " {Hannah Dagijctt,^ Daniel,'' 
Daniel,^ Elihu,' Mayhew,* John,^ Thomas," John'), bom Attleboro', 
Mass., August 28, 1835; died December 29, 1863; married Eva 
BaiTows, daughter of Aaron and Evaline (Norris) Barrows. 

Issue : 

3268. i. Eva Robinson,'" born April 13, 1863; died December 28, 1S63. 

3676. Daniel H. Robinsox " {Hannah Daggett,^ Daniel,'' Dan- 
iel," Elihu,^ Mayhew,* John,^ TJiomas,' John'), born Attleboro', 
Mass., May 3, 1839 ; resides West Attleboro', Mass. (1892) ; mar- 
ried Clara Ellis, daughter of Joel and Mary (Walcott) Ellis. 

Issue : several children. 

3269. i. Jennie E.' Robinson,'" born July, 1883; drowned March 1, 1889. 

3270. ii. Daniel 0. Robinson,'" born September, 1884; drowned March 1, 

3679. Chakles Daniel Daggett' {Samuel S.," Daniel,'' Dan- 
iel,'' Elihu,^ Mayheiv,* John,^ Thomas,^ John'), born Milwaukee, 
Wis., May 2, 1851; resides Pasadena, Cal. (1892); married Mil- 
waukee, Wis., September 7, 1875, Mary Stewart, daughter of Rev. 
J. B. (D.D.) and Nancy (Macgreger) Stewart; born Morristown, 
Ohio, May 30, 1854. 

Issue : 

3271. i. Ruth Daggett,'" born Milwaukee, Wis., July 28, 1876. 

3272. ii. Helen Daggett,'" born Milwaukee, Wis., November 6, 1877. 

3273. iii. John Stewart Daggett,'" born Kansas City, Mo., November 5, 1878. 

3274. iv. Maud Daggett,'" born Kansas City, Mo., February 10, 1883. 

2680. Anna Maria Daggett' {Mina B.,^ Daniel,'' Daniel,^ 
Elihu,^ Mayhem,* John,^ Thomas,^ John'), born Attleboro', 
Mass., February 12, 1747; died Cumberland, E.I., June, 1887; 
married Attleboro', Mass., August 13, 1878, by Rev. W. Henry 


King, to Charles Herbert Jencks, sou of Liberty Whipple and Auu 
Elizabeth (Razee) Jencks, of Cumberland, R.I. ; "farmer;" born 
Cumberland, R.I., May 23, 18,oo. 
Issue: four children. 

3275. i. Halset Baxter Jencks,'" born June 5, 1879. 

3276. ii, Lester Mina Jencks,'" born September 6, 1881. 

2689. Da>-iel O. Stanley" {Venial Stanleji,^ Betsey Daggett,'' 
Daniel,^ ElUni,^ Mayhem,^ John,'' Thomas," John^), born Attleboro', 
Mass., January 15, 1836; died Attleboro', M:iss., June 16, 1886; 
married 1st, Nancy D. Rouuds, daughter of Enon and Nancy Rounds, 
of Mansfield; born 1837; died Attleboro', Mass., November 12, 
1857; married 2d, Eliza C. Gay, daughter of Jabez J. R. Gay; 
born 1836; died Attleboro', Mass., November 14, 1878; married 
3d, . 

Issue: three children. 

2712. Heney Wheeler Bulkley' {Henry D.,^ Amelia M. Dag- 
gett,'' Henry,^ Elihu,^ Mayhem,* John,^ Thomas,' John'), born New 
York city, July 22, 1842; resides Orange, N.J. (1887); married 
April 26, 1881, Isabella Cassard, of Baltimore, Md. 

Issue : 

3277. i. Henry Daggett Bulkley.'" 

3278. ii. George Cassard Bulkley.'". 

Henry Wheeler Bulkley is a mechanical engineer by profession, and 
an extensive inventor. He was educated at New York College. 

2713. Dr. Lucius Duncan Bulkley" {Henry D.,'' Amelia M. 
Daggett,'' Henry, ^ Mihu,' Mayhew," John,^ Thomas,- John'), born 
New York city, January 12, 1845 ; resides 4 East Thii'ty-seventh 
street. New York city (1889) ; married May 28, 1872, Kate Mellick, 
of Bergen Point, N.J. 

Issue : 

3279. i. LiLLiE A. Bulkley.'" 

3280. ii. Julia Bulkley.'" 

3281. iii. L. Constant Hulklby.'" 

3282. iv. H. Duncan Bulkley. i" 

3283. V. Kathleen Bulkley.'" 

3284. Ti. Kennett Bulkley.'" 

Lucius Duncan Bulkley, M.D., graduated at Yale and the New 
York College of Physicians and Surgeons. 

2714. Emma Matilda Bulkley " {Henry D.,^ Amelia M. Daggett,'' 
Henry, ^ Elihu,^ Mayhew," John,' Thomas," John '), born New York 


city, March 22, 1850; resides New York city; married J. Cleveland 
Cady, whose first wife was Julia Bulkley. 
Issue : 

2731. RosABELLE TowNSEND HooKEE ' {Edivard,^ Elisabeth 
Daggett.'' Henry,^ Elihu,^ 3fayheiv,* John,^ Thomas,^ ,/o7i» '), born 
Providence, R.I., June 9, 1858; resides Des Moines, la. ; married 
Philadelphia, Pa., March 28, 1882, John Lorenz, son of Jacob and 
Christiana (Leupold) Lorenz ; born "Weissenstadt, Ger. 

Issue : 

3287. i. Lucy Hooker Lorenz,^" born Des Moines, la., .April 7, 1884. 

3288. ii. Edward Hooker Lokenz,'" born Des Moines, la., September 13, 


3289. iii. Philip Battey Lorenz,'" born Des Moines, la., January 2, 1889. 
.3290. iv. Maud Esther Lorenz," born Des Moines, la., July 11, 1891. 

2732. Heney Daggett Hooker' (Echvard,^ Elisabeth Daggett,'' 
Henry," Elihu,' Mayhetv," John," Thomas,- John '), born Providence, 
R.I., April 14, 1859 ; " architect;" resides 20 Sefferts place, Brooklyn, 
N.Y. (1892); married Brooklyn, N.Y., January 7, 1886, Mary 
Theodora Davenport, daughter of Julius and Mary Ann (Bates) 
Davenport; born Brooklyn, N.Y., June 25, 1856. 

Issue : 

3291. i. Davenport Hooker,"* born Brooklyn, N.Y., May 13, 1887. 

3292. ii. Henry Daggett Hooker,'" born Brooklyn, K.Y., January 25, 1892. 

2745. Albion Paris Kimball' {Emily A. Daggett,^ George,'' 
Elihu,^ Elihu,^ Mayhem,* John," Thomas,^ John ^), born Atkinson, 
Me., August 3, 1837; "farmer;" resides Bradford Centre, Me. 
(1892) ; man-ied Atkinson, Me., 1863, Margaret Blether, daughter of 
Eben and Margaret (Coombs) Blether; bom Atkinson. Me., March 
31, 1845. 

Issue : 

3293. i. Charles Edwin Kimball,'" born Charleston, Me., January 31, 1866. 

3294. ii. Eben Blether Kimball,'" born Bradford, Me., May 6, 1879. 

2746. Ellen Maria Daggett' {George R.,^ George,'' Elihu," 
Elihu,^ Mayhew," John," Thomas,- John'), born Atkinson, Me., 
March 1, 1843; resides Dover, Me. (1892) ; man-ied Atkinson, Me., 
February 21, 1863, by Elisha L. Hammond, Esq., to Alanson Mellen 
Warren, son of P>lbridge G. and Phebe Celestia (Nasou) Warren, of 
Old Town, Me. ; born Old Town, Me., June 1, 1838. 

Issue : 

3295. i. Leland Tindall Warhkn.I" born Atkiusoii, Me., July 8, 1864 ; died 

Dover, Me., January 13, 1887. 


32!)6. ii. VicTOK Lisle Wakren,'" born Onicville, Me., December 8, 1805; 
student " Shaw's Commercial College," Portland, Me. (1892). 

3297. iii. Fred Gerry Warken,'" born Orneville, Me., March 23, 1867; mar- 

ried Sebec, Me., January 1, 1890, by Kev. Mr. Taylor, to EiSe 
Levensalor, daughter of Thomas and Vesta (Battles) Levensalor; 
born Sebec, Me., May 24, 1876; " boots and shoes; " resides Dover, 
Me. (1892). 

3298. iv. Beunard Jerome Warren,'" born Orneville, Me., June 25, 1869; 

married Dover, Me., September 18, 1889, by Kev. A. G. Hill, to 
Hester Frances Foss, daughter of Jobn and Sophia (Johnson) Foss; 
born Milo, Me., February 3, 1867; "hair-dresser;" resides Dover, 
Me. (1892). 

3299. V. Mellen Edwin Warren," born Orneville, Me., November 1, 1874; 

" clerk; " resides Sebec, Me. (1892). 

3300. vi. Ellen Alwilda Warren,'" born Orneville, Me., March 1, 1879. 

Mr. Warreu was orderly sergeant of Company M, First Maine 
Cavalry, and was severely wounded at the battle of Aldie, June 17, 

He was for many years a teacher and farmer; now (1892) register 
of deeds, Piscataquis county, Me. 

3747. Lydia Frances Daggett" {George jB.," George,'' Elihu,'^ 
EKIiu,'" May heiv,* John, ^ TJiomas,- John'), born Atkinson, Me., June 
17, 1844; resides Ontario, Knox county. 111. (1802); married 1st, 
South Sebec, Me., October 23, 1863, by Theodore Wyman, to Jesse 
F'rank Stevens, of Sebec, Me., sou of Judge Jesse and Glaphyra 
(Lovejoy) Stevens; born Wayne, Me., July 22, 1831 ; died Rocktou, 
111., September 11, 1878; married 2d, Galesburg, III., December 23, 
1882, by Thomas McKee, to Angus Moor," son of Eber Stuart and 
Lydia T.'* (Daggett) Moor (No. 2739) ; born Anson, Me., February 
8, 1835; " farmer." 

Issue : 

3301. i. Conrad Frank Stevens,'" born Sebec, Me., August 7, 1861. 

3302. ii. Jessie Paulina Stevens,'" born Sebec, Me., May 19, 1866. 

3303. ill. George Daggett Stevens,'" born Sebec, Me., February 24, 1868; 

married Aledo, 111., April 15, 1881; address, Ontario, 111. (1892). 

3304. iv. Howard Warren Stevens,'" born Roekton, 111., March 1, 1872. 

3305. V. Harry Wallace Stevens,'" born Roekton, 111., March 1, 1872. 

3306. vi. Jay Fred Stevens,'" born Roekton, 111., February 7, 1879. 

3307. vii. Don Angus Moor,'" born Rio, 111., April 28, 1885. 

Jesse F. Stevens was euroUed September 24, 1864, and assigned 
to the Seventeenth Regiment, Maine Infantry, but was detailed 
to write in quartermaster's department. Discharged May 13, 1865, 
at Portland, Me. Appointed justice of the peace, April 20, 1867, 
for a term of seven years. Was school director in Rocktou, 111., 
several terms. 

2748. Henrietta Atwood Daggett" (George R.," George,' 
EJihu,^ EWm,^ Mayheiv,'^ John,^ Thomas,- John '), born Atkinson, 
Me., August 13, 1848; resides Milo, Me. (1892) ; married 1st, Orue- 


ville, Me., January 1, 1867, by Alansou M. Warren, Esq., to Lewis 
Melviu Porter, sou of William and Persis (Hamlin) Porter; born 
Orneville, Me., February 12, 1845; "carpenter;" died Jacksonville, 
Fla., Januarys, 1888; married 2d, Dover, Me.,. March 4, 1889, by 
Alanson M. Warron, Esq., to Amos Perkins Morse, of Milo, Me., 
son of Aaron and Olive (White) Morse ; " farmer; " born Old Town, 
Me., March 23, 1837. 

No issue. 

Mr. Porter was a soldier during the Civil War. He served in tlie 
Fourth and Sixteenth Maine Regiments ; was eight months a prisoner 
at Libby Prison, and released only a short time before the close of 
the war. 

3749. Albert Austin Daggett'' {George 72.,' George,'' Elilm," 
Elilut," Mayhew," Johv,^ Thomas,^ JoJm^), born Atkinson, Me., 
September 30, 1851; "farmer;" resides Atkinson, Me. (1892); 
married Atkinson, Me., June 21, 1873, Hattie Orissa Turner, 
daughter of Joseph and Sarah Scovill (Stocker) Turner ; born Dover, 
Me., December 22, 1855; postmistress at Maple, Me. (town of 
Atkinson), (1892). 

Issue : 

3308. i. Annie Pauline Daggett,'" born Atkinson, Me., February 1, 1874:. 

3309. ii. Henky Wokth Daggett,'" born Atkinson, Me., March 4, 1879. 

3310. iii. Helen Ltdia Daggett,"* born Atkinson, Me., December 27, 1880. 

3311. iv. Mart Etta Daggett,'" born Atkinson, Me., October 27, 1886; died 

Atkinson, Me., August 25, 1887. 

3312. V. Eva Alberta Daggett,'" born Atkinson, Me., April 17, 1889. 

2750. Hattie Evelyn Daggett^ {George R.,^ George,'' Elihn,^ 
EliJm,^ 3Iaylieiv,* John,^ Thomas,' John^), born Atkinson, Me., 
October 13, 1858; resides Atkinson, Me. (1892) ; married Atkinson, 
Me., May 26, 1877, by Rev. S. S. Goss, to Charles Barney Noyes, 
son of David Jewett and Nancy (Barney) Noyes; "farmer;" boru 
Atkinson, Me., May 2, 1845. 

Issue : 

3313. i. Alice Mart Notes,'" born Atkinson, Me., October 22, 1878. 

3314. il. Edith Henrietta Notes, "^ born Atkinson, Me., September 15, 1880. 

3315. iii. Edwin Daggett Notes,'" born Atkinson, Me., August 17, 1882. 

3316. iv. Carl B. Notes,'" born Atkinson, Me., December 12, 1883. 

3317. V. William Morren Notes,'" born Atkinson, Me., May 6, 1887. 

3318. vi. Fred A. Notes,'" born Atkinson, Me., March 12, 1889. 

3760. John Gould Daggett ' {Earl P.," George,' EUhn," Elilm,' 
Mayhen-,^ John," Thomas," Jokn'), born Orne^'ille, Me., Jime 15, 
1849; "cook;" resides Medford, Me. (1892); married Medford, 
Me., March 30. 1876, by Rev. Mr. Palmer, to Manilla E. Emery, 


daughter of Joseph and Harriet (Boobar) Emery; boru Medford, 
Me., February 20, 1857. 

Issue : 
:^319. i. John Henry Daggett,'" born Medford, Me., August 24, 1879. 

3320. ii. Perley Lowe Daggett,'" born Medford, Me., December 27, 1881: 

drowned January 4, 1890. 

3321. iii. Earl Byron Daggett,'" horn Medford, Me., August 20, 1SS6. 

2761. Maet Elizabeth Daggett'' (Albion K. P.," George,'' 
Elihu,^ Elihit,'^ Mayhew," John," Thomas,- John'), boru Orneville, 
Me., February 26, 1845; resides Bradford, Me. (1892); married 
Bradford, Me., January 1, 1866, Dauiel Waterman King, of Brad- 
ford, sou of Rice and Bridget (Cowan) King; "farmer;" born 
Bradford, Me., September 12, 1844. 

Issue : 

3322. i. Charles Henry King,'" born Bradford, Me., October ;51, 18GG. 

3323. ii. Annie Mabel King,'" born Bradford, Me., July 14, 1870. 

2772. Henkt Lefrelet Daggett^ (Henry L.," Jacob,'' Elihu,^ 
Elihu,^ Mayhem,' John," Thomas," John '), born Boston, Mass., July 
19, 1851 ; resides Commonwealth avenue, Boston, Mass. (1892) ; 
married Boston, Mass., October 15, 1873, by Rev. Alexander H. 
Vinton, to Evelyn W. Fay, daughter of Franklin L. and Hannah S. 
Fay; born Maiden, Mass., 1852. 

Issue : 
3324.1. Henry Lefrelet Daggett,'" born Boston, Mass., December 24, 1874. 

2779. WiLL.ARD Francis Daggett'' (Willard E.,^ Jacob,'' 
Elihu,^ Elihu,° Mayhew,' John," Thomas," John'), born Dorchester, 
Mass., August 7, 1850; "clerk;" died Boston, Mass., April 11, 
1875; married Boston, Mass., October 29, 1872, by Rev. John O. 
Means, to Mary J. Lee, daughter of James and Frances Lee ; born 
Norwich, Conn., 1854. 

Issue : 
3325. i. Harry Lee Daggett,'" born Boston,, September 1,5, 1873; died 
Boston, Mass., May 5, 1874. 

2781. Milton Lyman Daggett' {Lyman,^ Milton,'' Elijah," 
Elihu,^ Mayhew,* John," Thomas,^ John'), born Boston, Mass., 
1848; "photographer;" resides Taunton, Mass. (1885); married 
1st, Charlestown, Mass., July 3, 1873, by Rev. Mark Trafton, to 
Mary A. Ames, widow, daughter of Francis A. and Mary G. Curtis ; 
born Surry, Me., March 14, 1847; died Taunton, Mass., April 16, 
1878; married 2d, Taunton, Mass., June 10, 1880, by Rev. J. W. 
Ballantine, to Hattie L. Becker, daughter of William and Mary A. 
Becker; boru Dorchester, Mass., 1861. 


2783. Waerex C. Daggett' {Lyman,^ Milton,'' Elijah," Elilni,' 
Mayhew,' John,^ Thomas,^ JoJm^), born Boston, Mass., 1862; 
"printer; " address, 39 Arch street, Boston, Mass. (1893) ; married 
Maiden, Mass., May 10, 1882, by Rev. J. W. Wellman, to Bessie P. 
Stafford, daughter of William W. and Elizabeth Stafford; born 
Newton, Mass., 186.5. 

Issue : 

3ii2C,. i. Isabella Stafford Daggett,'" born Boston, Mass., August 18, 1883. 

2785. David Arthur Brown' {Mary A. Daggett,^ Otis,' Joab," 
John,^ Ebenezer," John,^ Thomas,'' JoJin^), born Attleboro', Mass., 
May 14, 1839 ; resides Penacook, N.H. (1892) ; married Concord, 
N.H., December 22, 1864, Susan Malvina Follansbee, daughter of 
John Pettee and Sarah Ann (Jacobs) Follansbee; born Grafton, 
N.H., March 18, 1842. 

Issue : 

3327. i. Henry Arthdr Brows,'" born Penacook, N.H., February 8, 1868. 
Mr. Brown is treasurer of the Concord Axle Company, and presi- 
dent of the Archibald Wheel Company (1892). 

2786. Mart Lodisa Beown' {Mary A. Daggett,^ Otis,'' Joab," 
John,' Ebenezer," John,^ Thomas,^ John'), born Attleboro', Mass., 
June 2.5, 1841 ; resides Penacook, N.H. (1892) ; married Penacook, 
N.H., July 10, 1866, William Henry CaldweU, son of Benjamin F. 
and Pamelia (Symonds) Caldwell; born Nashua, N.H., May 23, 

Issue : 

3328. i. Mart Grace Caldwell,'" born Penacook, N.H., May 6, 1867. 

2788. Ellen Maria Brown' {Mary A. Daggett,^ Otis,'' Joab," 
John,' Ebenezer," John,^ Thomas,- John'), born Penacook, N.H., 
January 11, 1848; died Winchester, Mass., July 10, 1884; mar- 
ried Penacook, N.H., January 16, 1873, Rev. Joseph Flanders 
Fielden, son of Samuel and Betsy (Scott) Fielden; born Somers- 
worth, N.H., October 23, 1844; resides Newport, N.H. (1892). 

Issue : 

3329. i. Henry Brown Fielden,'" born Penacook, N.H., June 29, 1874. 

2789. Isabel Nancy Brown ' {Mary A. Daggett," Otis,'' Joah,'^ 
John,^ Ebenezer," John, ^ Thomas^- John'), born Penacook, N.H., 
April 7, 1850 ; resides Penacook, N.H. (1892) ; married Penacook, 
N.H., June 8, 1874, John Howard Moore, son of John S. and Han- 
nah (Dow) Moore; born Canterbury, N.H., May 22, 1852. 

Issue : 

3330. i. Herbert Fisher Moore,'" born Penacook, N.H., July 10, 1875. 


3331. ii. Mary Belle Moore,'" born Penacook, N.H., July 21, 1S7G; died 

Penacook, N.H., September 11, 1876. 

3332. iii. Howard Brown Moore,'" born Penacook, N.H., August 8, 1883. 

2792. John Gilman Daggett' {John G.,^ Otis,'' Joah,'^ John,'' 
Ebenezer,^ John,' Thomas,^ John '), bom Princeton, Mass., Novem- 
ber 21, 1850; of " De Butts & Daggett; " resides Somerville, Mass. 
(1891); married Boston, Mass., December 6, 1882, by Eev. E. E. 
Hale, to Eva Picliering Goodwin, daughter of Henry and Eveline S. 
Goodwin; born Salem, Mass., 1853. 

Issue : 

3333. i. Ethel Goodwin Daggett,"' born Boston, Mass., March 27, 1884. 

3334. 11. Harold Pickering Daggett,'" born Boston, Mass., Augusts, 1885; 

died Boston, Mass., September 21, 1885. 

2793. Maey Daggett' {John G.,^ Otis,'' Joab,^ John,^ Ebenezei-," 
John,^ Thomas,'' John'), born Boston, Mass., October 3, 1860; 
married October 17, 1886, Capt. Walter Francis Thorndilte, of 
Eoclvport, Me., son of Joseph Walhice and Margaret Williams (Col- 
ley) Thorndilie. 

Issue : 

3335. i. Warner Thorndike,'" born Somerville, Mass., November 17, 1891. 

2794. Mabel Daggett" (Jb7m G.,° Otis,'' Joab," John,'' Ehme- 
zer,'* John,' Thomas,^ John^), born Boston, Mass., October 3, 1860; 
resides Farmington, Conn. (1892) ; married Somerville, Mass., Au- 
gust 12, 1886, Charles Brandegee, of Berlin, Conn. 

Issue : 
333G. 1. Hildeoarde Brandegee,'" born Leavenworth, Kan., April 12, 1887. 

2795. Harry Richards Shepardson ° {Martha J. Daggett," 
Otis,'' Joab,'^ John,^ Ebenezer," John,' Thomas," John'), born Attle- 
boro', Mass., May 19, 1859; manager "New Star Laundry;" 
address, 406 So. State street, Chicago, 111. (1892) ; married Keokuk, 
la.. May 12, 1885. 

Issue : 

3337. i. Elizabeth Daggett Shepardson,'" born Keokuk, la., March 2, 


3338. ii. Charlotte Shepardson,'" born Chicago, 111., March 28, 1888. 

3339. iii. Dorothy Conant Shepardson,'" born Boston, Mass., December 28, 

2797. Emma Elisabeth Tenney ' {Abigail Daggett,'^ Levi,'' Joab,° 
John,^ Ebenezer," John,' Thomas,'' John '), born Beloit, Wis., Novem- 
ber 27, 1849; resides Richland Centre, Wis. (1892); married Rich- 
land Centre, Wis., November 25, 1874, Edgar ^'au Winter, son of 


Michael and Margrett (Oliver) Van Winter; born Poynette, "Wis., 
March 27, 1847. 
Issue : 

3340. i. Edgar Tenney Van Winter.'" 

3341. ii. Carl Benjamin Van Winter.'" 

3342. iii. Walter Bailev Van Winter.'" 

3343. iv. Herbert Van Winter.'" 

2799. Abbie Eleanor Daggett" {Levi," Levi,'' Joah,^ John,'' 
Ebenezer,* John.,^ Thomas,'^ John^), born East Hartford, Conn., 
October 30, 1845; resides East Attleboro', Mass. (1892); married 
Pro^^dence, E.I., April IS, 1867, J. S. Richards. 

Issue : 

3344. i. Herbert L. Richards,'" born Mansfield, Mass., April 2, 1868; mar- 

ried Mansfield, Mass., .Tune 20, 1889. 

3345. ii. Ida Sylvia Richards,'" born Mansfield, Mass., September IC, 1889; 

died Attleboro', Mass., January 2, 1879. 

3346. iii. Annie Emeline Richards,'" born Attleboro', Mass., May 21, 1883; 

died Attleboro', Mass., November 5, 1883. 

3806. Ella Amanda Lucas' {Elizabeth A. Daggett,'^ Pliny,'' 
Joab," John,'' Ebeiiezer," John,' Thomas,- John'), bom Boston, 
Mass., Septembers, 1847 ; resides Frisco, Oklahoma territory (1892) ; 
married Avoca, Wis., December 7, 1871, William Henry Morey, of 
Pulaski, Wis., son of Thomas Jefferson and Maria (Autuette) 
Morey; born Avoca, Wis., April 6, 1845. 

Issue : 

3347. i. Elizabeth Marie Mokey','" born Avoca, Wis., June 5, 1874. 

3348. ii. Guy Allen Morey,'" born Avoca, Wis., September 24, 1877. 

3349. iii. Ella Etta Morey,'" born Avoca, Wis., July 25, 1879. 

3350. iv. Frank Parks Morey,'" born Luverne, Minn., October 3, 1883. 

3351. V. Raymond Augustus Morey,'" born August 7, 1891 : died January 11, 

3809. Anne Coka Jenkins' {Mary J. Daggeir," Pliny,'' Joah," 
John,'' Ebenezer," John,'' Thomas,'- John'), born Avoca, Wis., April 
21, 1859 ; resides St. Paul, Minn. (1892) ; married La Crosse, Wis., 
December 31, 1890, John Louis Towuley, sou of Mauley and Eliza- 
beth (Loyhed) Townley ; born Ludlowville, N.Y., November 24, 
1854; "lawyer." 

Issue : 
3352. i. Florence Elizabeth Townley,'" born St, Paul, Minn., February 2, 

3812. Floyd Lorenzo Daggett' {Pliny A.," Pliny,'' Joab,'^ 
John,'' Ebenezer,* John,^ Thomas,' John '), hora Wyomiug, Wis., 
December 15, 1861; resides vSpokane, Wash. (1892) ; married .June 


6, 1886, Christeena Mclntyre, daughter of Juo. B. and Cynthia 
(Allison) Mclntyre; born Muscoda, Wis., October 5, 1868. 
Issue : 

3353. i. Gordon Flotd Daggett,'" born Muscoda, Wis., August 9, 1889. 

3354. ii. GnssiE Mac Daggett,'" born Spokane, Wash., August 12, 1891. 

Of the firm of P. A. Daggett & Co., " insurance," 306 Post street, 
Spokane (1892). 

2901. Eleanok Saeah Daggett" {Robert P., ^ William,'' Ezra,^ 
Na^iMali,^ Ebenezer," John,'' Tlwmas,^ Jolm'), horn Indianapolis, 
Ind., December 6, 1872; resides Bloomiugton, Ind. (1892) ; married 
Indianapolis, Ind., March 24, 1891, Prof. Gustaf Karsten, of Peters- 
hagenfeld. West Prussia, Ger. 

Issue : 

3355. i. Carl Robert Gustaf Karsten,'" born Bloomington, Ind., December 

25, 1891. 

2908. Saeah Emily Mersick' {Eclivin F.,^ Sarah Daggett,^ 
Ezra,^ Naphtali,^ Ebenezer," John,^ Thomas," John^), born August 
27, 1863; mamed June 14, 1887, Fred Bradley. 

Issue : 

3356. i. Seymour Mersick Bradley,'" born April 25, 1SS8. 

3357. ii. Mildred Bradley,'" born May 1, 1S90. 

2912. George A. Daggett' {George,^ Levi,'' Samuel,'^ Samuel,'" 
Ebenezer,* John,^ Thomas," John^), born Cowlesville, N.Y., June 19, 
1844 ; married Kansas City, Mo., April 30, 1868, Lillie G. Carter. 

Issue : 

3358. i. William A. Daggett,'" married San Francisco, Cal.,.June 27, 1889, 

Rebecca Dunn. 

3359. ii. Caroline Bird Daggett,'" married Stocliton, Cal., November, 1890, 

W. S. Towson. 

George A. Daggett enlisted in the Seventh Missouri Volunteer 
Cavali-y, September 1, 18G2. Was in the engagement at Prairie 
Grove, Ark., December 7, and at the siege of Vicksburg, Miss. 
Commissioned first lieutenant, Company A, Fortieth Missouri Volun- 
teer Infantry, August 25, 1864, and was in engagements at Columbia, 
Franklin, and Nashville, Tenn. ; also at the siege of Mobile, Ala. 

2915. Helen S. Stearns' (Hannah Daggett,^ Levi,'' Samuel," 
Samuel,^ Ebenezer,^ John,^ Thomas,^ John'), born Leicester, N.Y., 
June 19, 1849; resides Academy, N.Y. (1892); married Bristol, 
N.Y., November 18, 1875, Henry Stid. 

Issue : 

3360. i. Fanny R. Stid,'" bom Bristol, N.Y., Januarj' 28, 1876. 

3361. ii. Edward F. Stid,'" born Bristol, N.Y., December 20, 1881. 


2916. Franklin A. Steaens ^ {Hannah Daggett,^ Levi,'' Samuel,^ 
Samuel,^ Ebenezer," John,' Thomas,^ John'), boru Leicester, N.Y., 
May 27, 1852; resides Tescott, Kan. (1892); married Tescott, 
Kan., April 8, 1886. 

Issue : 

33G2. i. Perrt R. Stearns,'" born Tescott, Kan., February 26, 1887. 

3363. ii. Harvev C. Stearns,'" born Tescott, Kan., August 5, 1890. 

2917. Charles A. Steaen.s ' {Hannah Daggett,'* Levi,'' Samuel,^ 
Samuel,'^ Ebenezer,'' John,' Thomas,' John'), born Bethany, N.Y., 
August 10, 1854; resides E. Syracuse, N.Y. (1892); married Pen- 
field, N.Y., February 13, 1890. 

Issue : 

3364. i. Marguerite C. Stearns,'" born E. Syracuse, N.Y., February i, 1891. 

291S. Mart E. Stearns ' {Hannah Daggett,^ Levi,'' Samuel,'^ 
Samuel,^ Ebenezer,' John,^ Thomas,' John'), born Penfield, N.Y., 
November 6, 1857; resides Penfield, N.Y. (1892); married 1st, 
Emerson Corner ; married 2d, Albert Mutschler. 

Issue : 

3365. i. Alice M. Corner,'" born Bristol, N.Y., May 8, 1877. 

3366. ii. Helen M. Corner,'" born Canandaigua, N.Y., Februarys, 1879. 

2938. Charles Maeion Daggett' {Francis,^ Moses,'' Ebenezer,^ 
Samuel,^ Ebenezer,'^ John,' Thomas,' John'), boru Springfield, Mass., 
November 5, 1860; resides Aspen, Col. (1892); married Dallas, 
Tex., December 8, 1882, Lizzie Caldwell. 

Issue : 

3367. i. Frank Monroe Daggett,'" born San Antonio, Tex., September 8, 

1883; resides Springfield, Mass. (1892). 

2951. Charles Morgan Mokse ' {Rebecca J. Daggett," Ebenezer,'' 
Ebenezer,^ Samuel,^ Ebenezer,* John," TJiomas," John'), born South 
Amboy, N.J.. August 24, 1853; resides San Mateo, Cal. (1892); 
married Kirkwood, Mo., February 8, 1876, Delia Rogers. 

Issue : 

3368. i. Frank Kyle Morse,'" born ICirkvvood, Mo., November 30, 1876. 

2960. AYallace Rosmerans Daggett ' ( 'William,^ Ebenezer,'' 
Ebenezer,^ Samuel,' Ebenezer,* John,' Thomas,' John'), born Ot- 
tumwa, la., October 28, 1862; resides Englewood, Kan. (1892); 
married Englewood, Kan., April 26, 1888, by Rev. M. L. Muu, to 
Jennie Mair Beach, daughter of James Hutchius and Jennie (Gould) 
Beach; boru Lockport, N.Y., March 17, 1869. 

Issue : 

336M. i. Genevieve Gould Daggett,'" born Englewood, Kan , October 6, 1890. 


2974. Ella Wells' {Charles,^ SaraJi Daggett,'' Levi," Samuel,' 
Ebenezer," John,^ Thomas," John'), boru Syracuse, N.Y., October 
21, 1851; resides Oakland, Cal. (1892); married New York city, 
1873, Byrou F. Stoue. 

Issue : 
."370. i. Byron F. Stone.'" born Oakland, Cal. 
;i371. ii. Charles W. Stone,'" born Oakland, Cal. 
3372. iii. LonisE B. Stone,'" born Oakland, Cal. 

2981. James Bullard' {Harriet D. Monson," Mary Daggett,'' 
Abiwr," Thomas,'' Thomas,'' John, ^ Thomas," John'), born Boston, 
Mass., September 14, 1832; resides Farmington, N.H. (1893) ; mar- 
ried Boston, Mass., January 22, 1874, by Eev. C. C. Carpenter, to 
Mary Elizabeth Soutlier, daughter of "William and Mary Souther ; 
born Boston, Mass., 1835; died Boston, Mass., February 2(5, 1888. 

Issue : 

December 8, 1877; died 

2982. Ann Daggett Bullard'' (Harriet D. Monson,^ Mary 
Daggett,'' Abner,^ TJiomas,^ Thomas,* John, ^ Thomas," John'), born 
Boston, Mass., November 15, 1833 ; resides 77 Mt. Pleasant avenue, 
Boston, Mass. (1893) ; married Boston, Mass., September 1, 1853, 
by Rev. George M. Randall, to Lemuel Nichols Ide, sou of Simeon 
and Evelina Pamela (Goddard) Ide, of Claremont, N.H. ; boru 
Windsor, Vt., August 29, 1825. 

Issue : 

3374. i. Harriet Frances Ide,'" born Boston, Mass., Julv 27, 1854; luar- 

ried Claremont, N.H., October 19, 1882, by " Kev. Charles S. 
Hale, to George Manton Randall, son of Bishop George M. and 
Eliza (Hoar) Randall; born Boston, Mass.. April, 1853; resides 
Plainfield, N.J. (1893). 

3375. ii. Alice Bullard Ide,'° born Boston, Mass., December 20, 1857. 

3376. iii. Arthur Wilson Ide,'" born Claremont, N.H., June 12, 1860; mar- 

ried Manchester, N.H., December 26, 1881), Lilian June Ricker; 
resides Helena, Mont. (1893). 

3377. iv. Henrt Jordan Ide,'" born Claremont, N.H., September 18, 1862. 

3378. V. Francis Lemuel Ide,'" born Claremont, N.H., August 26, 1864; 

married Fort Missoula, Mont., August 10. 1893, Fr.ances Stillson 
Brown, daughter of Johnson Butler Brown ; resides Missoula, 
Mont. (1893'). 

3379. Ti. Edwin Bullard Ide,'" born Claremont, N.H., July 22, 1869. 

3380. vii. Anna Louise Ide,'" born Claremo.nt, N.H., March 15, 1871. 

3381. Tiii. HoRTON Gregory Ide,'" born Claremont, N.H., July 24, 1873. 

Mr. Ide was for many years engaged in the manufacture of paper 
in Claremont, where he also conducted a printing and binding estab- 
lishment. He is now in the book trade iu Boston. 

2983. Mary Monson Bullard ' {Harriet D. Monson," Mary 
Daggett,' Abner,'^ Thomas,'' TJtomas," John," Thomas," John'), boru 


Boston, Mass., January 7, 1835; resides Parade street, Providence, 
R.I. (1893); married Boston, Mass., February 10, 1858, by Dr. 
Geo. M. Randall, to Herbert Augustus Richards, son of Henry and 
Fanny (Holmes) Richards; born Attleboro', Mass., February 8, 183l'. 

3382. i. Ann Bullard Richards,'" born Providence, R.I.. March 2, 1859. 

3383. ii. Mary Florence Richards,'" born ProTitlence, R.I., September .30, 


3384. iii. Charlotte Guild Richards,'" born Providence, R.I., June 20, 


3385. iv. Ellen Louisa Richards,'" born Providence, R.I., May I, 1865. 

3386. V. Caroline Frances Richards,'" born Providence, R.I., August 4, 


3387. vi. Herbert Augustus Richards,'" born Providence, R.I., August 20, 

1870; graduated Brown University, 1893. 

3388. vii. Walter Holmes Richards,'" born Attleboro', Mass., June 26, 1872; 

died Attleboro', Mass., November 24, 1874. 

3389. viii. Francis Bullard Richards,'" born Attleboro', Mass., November 

24, 1874. 

Mr. Richards is engaged in the wholesale dry-goods business, of 
the firm of Hartwell, Richards & Co. 

2984. Francis Lewis Bullard^ {Harriet D. Monson,^ Mary 
Daggett,'' Abner,^ Tliomas,' Thomas,* John,^ Thomas,- JoJm '), horn 
Boston, Mass., November 23, 1836 ; resides Wellesley, Mass. (1893) ; 
married Boston, Mass., September 25, 1862, by Rev. E. E. Hale, to 
Ellen M. Hinkley, daughter of Holmes and Mary Hinkley; born Bos- 
ton, Mass., 1839. 

Issue : 

3390. i. Mary Adams Bcllard,'" born Boston, Mass., January 9, 1866; mar- 

ried Boston, Mass., November 18, 1886, by Rev. Edward A. Horton, 
to William Dart Sheldon, son of Nicholas Sheldon; he born July 9, 
1865; died Providence, R.I., June 23, 1893; no issue; she resides 
Providence, R.I. (1893). 

3391. ii. Alfred Mackenzie Bullard,'" born Boston, Mass., March 22, 1874; 

died Boston, Mass., August 28, 1874. 
3;192. iii. Lewis Hinkley Bollard,'" born Boston, Mass., August 15, 1878. 

Mr. Bullard was for many years treasurer of the Hinkley Locomo- 
tive Works, afterward of the Rhode Island Locomotive Works, and 
now interested in trust estates in Boston. 

29S5. George Edwin Bollard" {Harriet D. Monson,^ Mary 
Daggett,'' Abner,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,* John,^ Thomas,^ John '), born 
Boston, Mass., March 4, 1839 ; resides Highland street, Boston, 
Mass. (1893) ; married Boston, Mass., October 6, 1881, by Rev. J. 
G. Brooks, to Mrs. Josephine H. Binuey, widow of George Biuney, 
and daughter of Joseph H. and Mary (Davenport) Hayward, of Bos- 
ton ; born Boston, Mass., 1836. 

Mr. Bullard is Boston agent of Brown Bros. & Co., bankers. 


2987. Alfred Monson Bullard " {Harriet D. Monson," Mary 
Daggett,'' Ahner,^ Thomas,^ Thomas,* John,^ Thomas,^ John '), bom 
Boston, Mass., May 21, 1845; resides "Winthrop street, "Boston, 
Mass. (189.3); married Boston, Mass., February 27, 1878, by Rev. 
C. C. Carpenter, to Plorence Emeline Todd, daughter of Frederick A. 
and Emeline Todd; born Eoxbury, Mass., 1847. 

Issue : 

3393. i. Lawrence Bullard,'" born Boston, Mass., May 14, 1879. 

Mr. Bullard is of tlie firm of Bullord & Davenport, insurance 

2998. Jeannette Atwater Dwight ' {Susan D. Daggett,'^ Leon- 
ard A.,'' Da.vid," Thomas,^ Thomas,* John,^ Thomas," John^ ), born 
New York city, October 20, 18.52; resides 37 West Twenty-fifth 
street. New York city; married New York city, February 12, 1879, 
George Theodore Bliss, son of George Bliss. 

Issue : 

3394. 1. Susan Dwight Bliss,'" born New York city, January, 1882. 
George T. Bliss, of the firm of Morton & Bliss, bankers. 

3020. Orinda Sherer Daggett' {George B.," Brotherton,'' 
Samuel,^ Thomas,^ Brotherton," Joshua,^ Thomas," John'), born 
Union, Me., November 5, 1850; resides Rockland, Me. (1892); 
married Rockland, Me., January 15, 1870, Michael Jacob Achorn 
(originally "Eichhorn"), son of Michael and Celinda (Gregory) 
Achorn; born Rockland, Me., August 8, 1845; died Dark Harbor, 
Me., June 6, 1892. 


3395. i. Kate Murray Achorn,'" born Rockland, Me., September 20, 1871; 

ilieil Rockland, Me., November 10, 1878. 

3396. ii. Davis Tillson Achorn,'" born Rockland, Me., Marcb 14, . 

3397. iii. Luella Achorn,'" born Rockland, Me., June 18, 1882. 

3022. George Loring Daggett" {George B.," Brotherton,'' 
Samuel,'^ Thomas,'' Brotherton," Joshua,^ Thomas," John '), born 
Rockland, Me., September 9, 1855; resides Rockland, Me. (1892); 
married Rockland, Me., December 25, 1885, Lena E. Ulmer, daugh- 
ter of Edward and Lucinda (Overlock) Ulmer. 

Issue : 

3398. i. Ralph Bartlett Daggett,'" born Rockland, Me., May 29, 1887. 

3023. Ella Daggett' {George B.,^ Brotherton,^ Samuel,^ 
T/iomas,^ Brotherton," Joshua,^ Thomas,^ John'), born Rockland, 
Me., July 2, 1857; resides Rockland, Me. (1892); married Rock- 


land, Me., August, 1890, Herbert Eugene Bowden, son of Silas and 
Vesta (Hallowell) Bowden. 
Issue : 

3399. i. Mary Melinda Bowden,'" born Rockland, Me., May 12, 1891. 

3039. Isaac Meeker Daggett' {Jabez^ James,'' Samuel," 
Thomas,^ Brotherton,* Joshua,^ Thomas,- John^), born Hodgdou, 
Me., June 25, 1833 ; address, 1296 Madison avenue, comer Ninety- 
second street. New York city (1892) ; married 1st, Boston, Mass., 
May 16, 1855, Mary Elizabeth Rowe, daughter of Nathan and Mary 
(Murry) Rowe ; born Haverhill, Mass., August, 1837 ; died Haverhill, 
Mass., May 16, 1861 ; married 2d, Chicago, 111., December 2, 1869, 
Sarah Elizabeth Dake, daughter of Joseph M. and Mary (Poge) 
Dake; born West Greenfield, N.Y., April 27, 1846. 

Issue : 

3400. i. Ida Florence Daggett,'" born Groton, Mass., July 28, 1855. 
3+01. ii. Hakrt Egbert Daggett,'" born Haverhill, Mass., January 9, 1857. 

3402. ill. Joseph Mort Daggett,'" born Chicago, 111., April 2, 1873. 

3033. Abbie Jane Daggett' (Jabez,^ James,'' Samuel," Thomas,^ 
Brotherton,* Joshua,^ Thomas,^ John'), born Hodgdon, Me., Sep- 
tember 20, 1843; resides Oakland, Cal. (1892); married Stockton, 
Cal., September 12, 1867, by Rev. David Deal, to Alfred Wilson 
Root, son of David and Luauna (Pulling) Root; born Saratoga 
county, N.Y., February 2, 1827. 

Issue : 

3403. i. IsoRA Emeline Root,'" born Stockton, Cal., December 8, 1872. 

3404. ii. Maod Root,'" born Stockton, Cal., February 19, 1876. 

3405. iii. Alfred Leslie Root,'" born Stockton, Cal., September 6, 1879. 

3036. Charles Henry Daggett " (Hiram,^ James,'' Samuel," 
Thomas,' Brotherton,* Joshua," 7'homas,' John ') , born Canton, Mass., 
September 19, 1847; address, 317 Hennepin avenue, Minneapolis, 
Minn. (1889) ; married Minneapolis, Minn., July 7, 1873, Sarah 
Marilla Bid well, daughter of Marcius De Count and Elvira (Hall) 
Bidwell; born Sandisfield, Mass., April 27, 1845. 

Issue : 

3406. i. Hubert Lindsley |Daggett,'" born Minneapolis, Minn., September 

29, 1877. 

303S. Thomas J. Daggett' {Robert,^ James,'' Samuel,^ Thomas,^ 
Brotherton,* Joshua,^ Thomas,' JoA«'),born Hodgdon, Me., 1841, 
" teamster; " resided 112 Chelsea street, East Boston (1869) ; mar- 
ried Boston, Mass., January 21, 1867, by Rev. W. H. Cudworth, to 


Ella F. York, daughter of George N. and Dolly II. York; born 
Boston, Mass., 1848. 
Issue : 

3407. i. Geoege Norton Daggett,'" born Boston, Mass., June 2,3, 1807; died 

Boston, Mass., April 5, 1875. 

3039. Lola Caeoline Daggett' (Ebenezer,^ James,'' Samuel,^ 
Thomas,^ Brotherton,^ Joshua,' TJiomas,- John^), bom Haverhill, 
Mass., January 3, 1852; resides 35 Vine street, Haverhill, Mass. 
(1892) ; married HaverhUl, Mass., August 11, 1873, by Rev. E. B. 
Fairchild, to Daniel Forest Sprague, son of Daniel L. and Mary 
Pierce (Hadley) Sprague; born Stoneham, Mass., August 3, 1851. 

Issue : 

3408. i. Bessie Hadley Sprague,'" born Haverliill, Mass., May 20, 1874; 

died Havcrbill, Mass., January 6, 1892. 

3409. ii. Adeleert Daggett Sprague,'" born Haverhill, Mass., October 12, 


3410. iii. Forest Otteo Sprague,'" born HaTerhill, Mass., May 2, 1883. 

3411. iv. Chandler Sprague,'" born Haverhill, Mass., May 26, 1886. 

3045. Eliza J. Daggett' (Robert L.,^ Jonathan,'' Samuel,'^ 
Thomas,^ Brotherton,* Joshua,'' Thomas," John ^), horn October 28, 
1840; died May 11, 1892; married Morrill, Me., July 20, 1862, by 
Rev. Ira Brown, to George Erskine. 

Issue : 

3412. i. Oscar Erskine,'" born January 3, 1865; "physician" (1892). 
3418. ii. Edgar Erskine,'" born April 9, 1873; "farmer" (1892). 

3048. Bkiggs C. Daggett' {Robert L.,^ Jonathan,' Samuel,'^ 
Thomas,^ Brotherton,* Joshua,^ Thomas,"^ John^), born November 
27, 1849 ; "farmer; " married 1st, Morrill, Me., December 6, 1878, 
Sarah Jackson ; died April 9, 1888; married 2d, December 4, 1888, 
by Rev. George Tufts, to Eliza Simmons. 

Issue : 

3414. i. Annabell Daggett,'" born December 2, 1879. 

3415. ii. Georgia Daggett," born April 21, 1882; died 1888. 

3416. iii. Addie Daggett,'" born November 2, 1885. 

3055. Edwin Woodhull Ceawfokd ' {Jane T. Dcuigett,'^ 
William,'' Samuel," Thomas,' Brotherton,^- Joshua,' Thomas,- John '), 
bom Searsmont, Me., March 16, 1845; addi-ess, Boylston Market, 
Boston, Mass. (1892) ; married Boston, Mass., November 1, 1868, 
Mary Frances Allen, daughter of Philip and Susan Allen. 

Issue : 

3417. i. Jennie Allen Crawford,'" born Boston, Mass., March 10, 1870; died 

Hull, Mass., August 1, 1889. 
341S. ii. Everett Weston Crawford,'" born Medford, Mass., June 16, 1878. 


3058. Rev. William Hartwell Ckawford ' {.Jane T. Daggett* 
William,^ Samuel,^ TJiomas,^ Brotherton,'' Joshua,^ Thomas,- John^), 
born Searsmont, Me., December 4, 1850; resides Pittsford, Vt. 
(1892) ; married Bucksport, Me., June 6, 1876, by Rev. Cliarles A. 
Plumer, to Emiiia Marshall Foye, daughter of Jaines and Joauua 
(Decker) Foye; born Wiscasset, Me., June 23, 1852. 

Issue : 

3419. 1. Ralph Foster Ckawfokd,'" born Tremont, Me., June 28, 1S77. 

3420. ii. HiTTiE Mills Crawford, '" born Millbridge, Me., March 16, l.~<71i. 

3421. iii. Peksis Moore Ckawford,'" born Millbridge, Me., May 1, 1881. 
,3422. iv. Horatio Hiram Crawford,'" born Surry, Me., October 29, 1882. 

3423. V. Gut Foye Crawford," born Surry, Me., November 30, 1883. 

Rev. William H. Crawford was supervisor of schools in Searsmont 
in 1873. Is now (1892) pastor Methodist Episcopal church in Pitts- 
ford, Vt. He has in his possession a cane given him by his grand- 
father, William Daggett, which is said to have been brought to this 
country by his Daggett ancestor. 

3103. William J. Daggett" {Dennis,'^ William,^ Peter,'' Eben- 
ezer^ {John," Joseph,^ Joseph,' Jb/tn '] (?)), born Phillips, Me., 
October 26, 1851; married September 22, 1879, Lizzie S. Higgins ; 
born Augusta, Me., 1855. 

Issue : 

3424. i. Harold L. Daggett,'" born Augusta, Me., April 3, 1883. 

3105. Walter Snow Daggett ' (Plamentin," Plamentin,'' Peter," 
Ehenezer^ [John,* Joseph,^ Joseph,- John '] (?)), born Strong, Me., 
February 11, 1860; resides Strong, Me. (1893); married Strong, 
Me., November 12, 1882, Louisa Lottie Parsons, daughter of Benja- 
min Burgess and Almii'a Jane (Wilbur) Parsons ; born Medford, 
Mass., December 15, 1862. 

Issue : 
3425.1. Sarah Alberta Daggett,'" born Strong, Me., April 16, 1887; died 
Strong, Me., July 13, 1889. 

3112. Velzora Richards " {Mary Daggett,* Jonathan L.,' Peter,'' 
Ehenezer' \_John,'^ Joseph," Joseph,- Jo7mi '] (?)), born Salem, Me., 
October 21, 1841 ; married December 15, 1861, John Hodgman; born 
Litchfield, Me., 1839. 

Issue : 

3426. i. Fred R. Hodgman,'" born Salem, Me., May 12, 1864. 

3427. ii. Frank K. Hodgman,'" born Salem, Me., February 11, 1870. 

3428. iii. Charles L. Hodgman,'" born Salem, Me., August 13, 1872. 

3114. Affie T. Richards'' {Mary Daggett,* Jonathan i.,' 
Peter," Ebenezer^ \jfohii,'' Joseph,^ Joseph,- John^~\ (?)), born Salem, 

314 doggp:tt-daggett family. 

Me., Januaiy 2, 1862; married Feljiuary 29, 1880, George F. Briggs; 
born Salem, Me., 1846. 

Issue : 
3429. i. Addie M. Briggs," born Salem, Me., August 17, 1882. 



3186. Isaac W. Daggett'" {Tristram N.," Isaac," Samuel,'' 
Samuel,^ Seth," /Samuel,* Thomas,' Thomas,'-' John'), born New- 
Vineyard, Me., January 2, 1851 ; resides Sanborn, la. (1892) ; 
married Hampton, la., October 29, 1872, by W. J. Mitchell, to 
Emma A. Ward, daughter of William and Emily (Olds) AVard ; born 
Springfield, Pa., June 18, 1851. 

Issue : 

3430. i. Arthur Elvin Daggett," born Hampton, la., July 30, 1874; died 

Primghar, la., August 20, 1876. 

3431. ii. Nur.LiE Mat Daggett," born Primghar, la., September 18, 1878. 

3432. iii. Emma Kosemond Daggett," born Sanborn, la., .January 1, 1881. 

Isaac W. Daggett is attorney at law, banker and merchant. 

3191. William Harrison Daggett'" {John T.,^ Isaac,"^ Sam- 
uel,'' Samicel," Seth,^ Samuel," Thomas,' Thomas,'- John'), born 
Industry, Me., August 14, 1857; resides West's Mills, Me. (1892) ; 
married 1st, Industry, Me., April 14, 1883, Ellen Mary Smith, 
daughter of Joseph Warren and Lydia Ann (Daggett) Smith (No. 
3220); born Industry. Me., January 6, 1858; died Industry, Me., 
March 17, 1888; married 2d, August 4, 1889, Frances M. Brackett, 
daughter of Franklin and Florilla (Woodcock) Brackett, of Stark. 

Issue : 

3433. i. Clifford Daggett," born Industry, Me., June 17, 1890. 

3434. ii. EuBY Emma Daggett," born Industry, Me., April 24, 1892. 

Mr. Daggett is a merchant at West's Mills, also postmaster, town 
clerk, treasurer, etc. 

3193. Emjia Allen Daggett'" {John T.," Isaac,^ SamueW 
Samuel,^ Seth,' Samicel,* Thomas,'' Thomas,^ John '), born Industry, 
Me., October 29, 1864; resides Oakland, Me. (1892) married Janu- 
ary 4, 1884, Charles E. Crowell, son of Calvin C. and Cordelia 


(Blair) Crowell ; "machinist;" boru Oalvlaad, Me., August 30, 

Issue : 
3435. i. Mildred Looise Crowell," born Oaklaud, Me., February 3, 1889. 

3207. Levi Hooper Daggett'" (Orrin,^ Samuel,'^ Samuel,'' 
Samuel,^ SetJi,^ Samuel,* Thomas,^ Thomas,^ John '), bom Industry, 
Me., February 21, 1840 ; resides 23 Hudson street, Somerville, Mass. 
(1892) ; married Farmiugton Falls, Me., March 6, 1864, by Rev. 
W. W. Dow, to Mary Carrie Delano, daughter of Calvin and Lueretia 
(Richards) Delano, born Livermore, Me., February 26, 1839. 

Issue : 
3436.1. FuED Levi Daggett," boru Jay, Me. , December 1, 1869; married 
Kast Boston, Mass., July 13, 1891, Alice W. Anglin ; resides 21 
Hudsou street, Somerville, Mass. ( 1893). 

3437. ii. Emma Carrie Daggett," born Jay, Me., July 30, 1875. 

3438. iii. Orrin Elmer Daggett," boru Deering, Me., June 3, 1877; died 

East Boston, Mass., October 19, 1886. 

L. H. Daggett sei-ved four years in the Civil War, enlisting as a 
private in the First Maine Cavalry, and holding all the non-commis- 
sioned offices in the company. He returned after the close of the war as 
captain of the company. He is now (1892) a commission merchant. 

3209. Samdel Daggett'" {Orrin,^ Samuel,^ Samuel,'' Samuel,^ 
Seth,' Samuel,* Thomas,^ Thomas,'^ John'), born Industry, Me., 
May 29, 1846; resides Sprague's Mills, Me. (1892); married Kent's 
Hill, Me., April 11, 1868, Lizzie A. Smith. 

Issue : 

3439. i. Edwin H. Daggett," born Presque Isle, Me., January 22, 1872; 

died June 3, 1881. 

3440. ii. Walter S. Daggett," born Presque Isle, Me., August 27, 1879. 

3211. Charles F. Daggett'" {Orrin,^ Samuel,^ Samuel,'' 
Samuel," Seth,^ Samuel,* Thomas,^ Thomas,- John'), born New 
Sharon, Me., September 9, 1856; resides Presque Isle, Me. (1892) ; 
married Presque Isle, Me., February 10, 1881, Alifair Dyer. 

Issue : 

3441. i. Helen A. Daggett," born Presque Isle, Me., November 13, 1883. 

3226. Bertice Albert Daggett'" {Tristram G.,^ Lendal,^ 
Silas,'' Silas," Seth,^ Samuel,* Thomas,^ Thomas,^ John'), horn 
Stai-k, Me., December 20, 1868; resides South Norridgewock, Me. 
(1892) ; married Skowhegan, Me., September 18, 1886, Lilla Attella 
DevoU, daughter of David aud (Young) DevoU. 

Issue : 

3442. i. Omer Gardner Daggett," born Stark, Me., June 13, 1887. 

3443. ii. Daughter Daggett," born South Norridgewock, Me., May 27, 

1891; died South Norridgewock, Me., July 24, 1891. 

31(i DOCtGETT-DAOGETT fa^noly. 

3301. Conrad Frank Stevens'" {Lydia F. Daggett,^ George 
li.,^ George,'' Elihu,^ EliJiu,^ Mai/hew,* John,^ IViomas,^ John'), 
bom Sebec, Me., August 7, 1864; died November 14, 1888; mar- 
ried Aledo, 111., October 13, 1885, Madora ; resides Millers- 
burg, 111. (1892). 

Issue : 

3444. i. Jesse Frank Stevens," born Beloit, Wis., September 17, 1886. 

3445. ii. Daughter Stevens," born Hamlin, Wis., Oct., 1888 ; ilieJ an infant. 

3302. Jessie Paulina Stevens '" (Li/dia F. Daggett,^ George 
E.,^ George,'' Elihu,^ Elilm,^ Mayhew,* John,^ Thomas,^ John'), 
born Sebec, Me., May 19, 1866; resides Galesburg, 111. (1892); 
married Galesburg, 111., January 29, 1885, Charles Osgood. 

Issue : 

3446. 1. Fred Charles Osgood," born Sp.arta, 111., July 19, 1886. 

3447. ii. Grace Osgood," born Sparta, 111., January 31, 1888. 

3448. iii. Henry Stanley Osgood," born Sparta, 111., January 6, 1890. 

3322. Charles Henry King '" {Marij E. Daggett," Albion K. P.,^ 
George,'' Elihu,^ Elihii,' Mayhew,* John,' Thomas," John'), born 
Bradford, Me., October 31, 1866; " farmer; " resides Bradford, Me. 
(1892) ; married Bradford, Me., September 21, 1889, Louise 
Hathorn SaUey, daughter of Samuel Livingston and Annie Colby 
(Spaulding) Salley; bom Carmcl, Me., April 29, 1872. 

Issue : 

3449. i. Ray Clifford King," born Bradford, Mo., June 14, 1891. 

3323. Annie Mabel King '" (Mary E. Daggett," Albion K. P.," 
George,'' Elihu,^ Elihu,^ Mayhew,* John,' Thoiwis,'' John'), bom 
Bradford, Me., July 14, 1870; resides Bradford, Me. (1892) ; married 
Bradford, Me., July 14, 1888, Farrington James Salley, of Bradford, 
sou of Samuel Livingston and Annie Colby (Spaulding) Salley; 
"farmer;" bom Madison, Me., October 22, 1863. 

Issue : 

3450. i. Wavland Rav Salley," born Bradford, Me., January 11, 1891; died 

Bradford, Me., January 13, IS'Jl. 



3451. John Daggett,' born 17G2; died Farmington, Me., 1S22 ; 
married 1st, Edgartown, Mass., January 26, 1784, Susauua Stewart; 
died Tisbury, Mass., 1799; married 2d, Tisbury, Mass., October 31, 
1.S04, Betty Crowell, of Tisbury. 

Issue : 
3+52. i. Elijah Daggett,- bapt. Edgartown, Mass., NoTember C, 1799; died 
Martha's Vineyard, 1828. 

3453. ii. Susan Daggett, = born Edgartown, Mass., August 11, 1790. 

3454. iii. Holmes Stewart Daggett," born Edgartown, Mass., May 11, 1793. 

3455. ir. Sarah Daggett, = born Edgartown, Mass. (bapt. November 6, 1799). 
3156. T. Thomas Daggett,' bapt. Edgartown, Mass., NoTember 6, 1799. 

Johu Daggett, about 1810, left the Vineyard with his three young- 
est children and Hugh Stewart, his brother-in-law, and settled in 
Farmington, Me. He was a sea captain in early life. His will, 
made September 16, 1821, was probated July 8, 1822. 

3453. Susan Daggett" (Jb/(w'), born Edgartown, Mass., 
August 11, 1790; died Farmington, Me., April 22, 1879 ; married 
Farmington, Me., October 22, 1826, William Holley, sou of John and 
Hephzibah (Marchant) Holley ; born Martha's Vineyard, Mass., April 
7, 1786; died Farmington, Me., February 16, 1859. 

Issue : 

3457. 1. Harriet Ann Holley,^ born Farmington, Me., August 18, 1829; 

married Farmington, Me., July 21, 1853, Charles M. Holley ; issue : 
six children. 

3458. ii. George Holley,^ born Farmington, Me., July 22, 1831. 

3454. Holmes Stewart Daggett" (./'-//a'), born Edgartown, 
Mass., May 11, 1793; died Linn county, la.. May 9, 18.58; married 
Farmington, Me. (published October 31, 181.5), Mary Hartson 
Smith, daughter of William Smith ; born Oromueto, N.B. ; died Liun 
county, la., January 4, 1869. 

Issue : 

3459. i. William Smith Daggett,^ born Farmington, Me., August 24, 1816; 

died Houlton, Me., May 14, 1851. 

3460. ii. John Minot Daggett,^ born Temple, Me., June 25, 1818. 

3461. iii. Holmes Stewart Daggett,^ born Strong, Me., July 26, 1820. 

3462. iv. Mary Sewall Daggett,^ born Strong, Me., October 19, 1824; mar- 

ried Linn county, Iowa, Alva Lucon ; resides Traer, Tama Co., la. 

Holmes S. Daggett was private in Captain Morrison's company of 
militia, called out for the defence of the seacoast, and waiting orders 
at Farmington from September 14 to September 18, 1814. 

He moved fi-om Farmington to Houlton, Me., about 1836. In 
1853 he removed with his family to Linn county, la. 


3455. Sarah Daggett- (Jokn^), born Edgartown, Mass. (bapt. 
November 6, 1799); died Farmiogton, Me., April 15, 1826; mar- 
ried Farming-ton, Me., May 5, 1811, William Holley, son of John 
and Hephzibah (Marchant) Holley ; born Martha's Vineyard, JNIass., 
April 7, 1780; died Farmingtou, Me., February 16, 18.)9. 

Issue : 

3468. i. Henry Holi.ey,^ born Farmiogton, Me., November 18, 1813. 

34(14. ii. Sdsan Holley,' born Farmington, Me., May 29, 1815; married Farm- 
ington, Me., January 22, 1839, Marchant Holley; resides Farming- 
ton, Me. (1886). 

3465. iii. Hiram Holley,' born Farmington, Me., April 29, 1817. 

3466. iv. Sarah Holley,' born Farmington, Me., September, 1821 ; married 

February 28, 1841, Jolin C. Stewart; she died January 15, 1856. 

William Holley was a farmer, and acquired a large estate. He 
was remarkable for his untiring industry. 

3456. Thojias Daggett^ {Jnhn'), bapt. Edgartown, Mass., 
November 6, 1799; "farmer;" died Fai-mington, Me., April 10, 
1871 ; married Farmington, Me., September 2, 1829, Mary Fisher 
CasweU, of New Vineyard, daughter of Salmon aud Mary (Fisher) 
Caswell; born Mansfield, Mass., February 12, 1806; resides Farm- 
ington, Me. (1891). 

Issue : 

3467. i. Samcel Daggett,' born Farmington, Me., June, 1829. 

3468. ii. John Daggett,' born Farmington, Me., January, 1831 ; married Mary 

Moore ; he killed in battle at Gettysburg, July, 1863. 

3469. iii. Susan Daggett,' born Farmington, Me., November, 1834; resides 

Farmington, Me. (1892). 

3470. iv. Edward Daggett,' born Farmington, Me., July, 1836; married Mary 

McFarland ; he died Michigan, January 23, 1873. 

3471. V. Abigail Melvina Daggett,' born Farmington, Me., October, 1842; 

married Stephen Davis ; afterwards divorced ; had daughter Alice 
Davis,'' born May 5, 1861, who married George Bragg, of Fairbanks, 
Me. ; Mrs. Davis resided at Mt. Vernon, Me. 

3472. vi. Emily Maky Daggett,' born Farmington, Me , October 30, 1848; 

died Farmington, Me., July 4, 1872. 

3458. George Holley' {Susan Daggett,^ John^), born Farm- 
ington, Me., July 22, 1831 ; mamed Farmington, Me., September 8, 
1859, Rachel Emeliue Backus, daughter of Nathan William and 
Rachel (Hatch) Backus; born Farmington, Me., September 24, 
1836; died Farmington, Me., January 2, 1892. 

Issue : 

3473. i. AuGnSTA Backus Holley-,"' born Farmington, Me., April 21, 1861; 

married Farmington, Me., June 20, 18S5, Llewellyn M. Felch, of 
Linneus, Me.: resides Houlton, Me. (1892); issue: two children. 

3474. ii. Annie Abbott Holley,'' born Farmington, Me., August 4, 1864. 

3475. iii. Florence Emma Holley,'' born Farmington, Me., November 29, 1869. 

George Holley succeeded to the homestead, aud is a large and 
successful farmer. 


3-i60. John Minot Daggett ' (Holmes S.,- JoJm^), bom 
Temple, Me., June 25, 1818; resides 155 East Congress street, St. 
Paul, Miun. (1893) ; married Houlton, Me., November 23, 1852, 
Martha Matilda Gates, daughter of Sewall and Rebecca (Bolton) 
Gates; born Houlton, Me., July 14, 1832. 

Issue : 
.'3-17G. i. CARsrEN Belmont Daggett/ born Linn county, la., Oct. 15, 1853. 
IU77. ii. Harry Bertram Daggett,'' born Linn county, la., Feb. 25, 1857. 
13178. iii. Walter Scott Daggett,'' born Linn county, la., March 25, 1850; 
(lied Dunleitli, 111., April S, 1864. 

3479. iv. William Smith Daggett,'' born Dunleith, 111., January 2, 18G4; 

married and has one son; address, Fargo, N. Dak., care U.S. Mar- 
shal's office (1893). 

3480. V. Wallace Minott Daggett,'' born Dunleith, 111., March 25, 18G9 ; 

resides 155 East Congress street, St. Paul, Minn. (1893). 

John M. Daggett left Farmington in 1836 and went to New Bed- 
ford, Mass., where he engaged in the whaling business for a number 
of years. 

In 1851 he weut to Houlton, and in 1853 moved with the of the 
family to Linn county, la. 

34-61. Holmes Stewart Daggett^ {Holmes S.,' John,'), born 
Strong, Me., July 26, 1820; "farmer;" died Linn county, la., 
December 21, 1862; married Plymouth, Me., September 19, 1847, 
Sarah J. Jordan, daughter of Rishworth and Gharlotte (Ghase) Jor- 
dan ; born Hartland, Me., September 1, 1823; resides Paw Paw, 
Kan. (1886). 

Issue : 

3481. 1. Mary Helen Daggett,'' born Houlton, Me., October 12, 1848; died 

Houlton, Me., January 28, 1850. 

3482. ii. Frances Emma Daggett,'' born Houlton, Me., December 8, 1851. 

3483. iii. Fred E. Daggett,'' born Linn county, la., June 16, 1854; died Linn 

county, la., November 8, 1854. 

3484. iv. Charles S. Daggett,'' born Linn county, la., November 4, 1856; 

resides Paw Paw, Kan. (1886). 

3485. V. Sarah Daggett,^ born Linn county, la., December 24, 1858; died 

Linn county, la., April 15, 1859. 
348G. vi. Frank B. Daggett,'' born Linn county, la., December 18, 18G1 ; re- 
sides Paw Paw, Kan. (1886). 

Mrs. Daggett married 2d, January 13, 1867, Emery White, of Iowa. 

3463. Henry Hollet^ (Sarah Daggett,- John '), bom Farming- 
ton, Me., November 18, 1813; died Farmington, Me., March 27, 
1861 ; married 1st, Farmington, Me., January 1, 1838, Dulcina D. 
Higgins; born 1819; died Farmington, Me., October 15, 1855; mar- 
ried 2d, April 8, 1856, Mrs. Eliza F. Wade, daughter of Mr. Smith; 
born April 15, 1813; died December, 1885. 

Issue : 
3487. i. Charles Henry Holley,'' born Farmington, Me., November 6, 
1838; died Farmington, Me., April 26, 1840. 


3488. ii. Lizzie Higgins Holley,-' born Farmington, Me., July 30, 1840; 

married 1873, Hiram Wriglit; she died September 19, 1876. 

3489. iii. Charles Henry Holley, ■* born Farmington, Me., .January 6, 184-2; 

died Kansas, 1866. 

3490. iv. Julia Hortense Holley,'' born Farmington, Me., February 7, 1844; 

married March 4, 1866, Abner Corbett; he died October 16, 1879; 
she died April 1, 1883. 

3491. T. SnsAN CoLDMBiA Holley,'' born Farmington, Me., September 2, 

1845; married June 22, 1867, Lucellus Timberlake, of Livermore, 
Me. ; she died November 23, 1879. 

3492. vi. Apphia Gill Holley,^ born Farmington, Me., August 4, 1848; mar- 

ried February 16, 1870, Herbert A. Millett, of Campello, Mass. 

3493. vii. Frank Field Holley,'' born Farmington, Me., December 10, 1850; 

married October, 1875, Maria Dolbier, of Kingfield; he died 
November, 1877. 

3494. viii. Georgiana Hollet,*" born Farmington, Me., June 21, 1853; died 

September 18, 1875. 

Henry Holley was a shoemaker and farmer, and resided on the 
Davis farm in the "Holley neighborhood," so called. He was re- 
spected for honesty and integrity' of character. 

3465. HiuAM Holley^ {Sarah Daggett,'' John^), born Farming- 
ton, Me., April 29, 1817; died Farmington, Me., October 11, IS.ji) ; 
married Farmington, Me., December 31, 1838, Sophia Ann Hutler, 
daughter of Freeman Butler. 

Issue : 

3495. i. Sarah Mehitarle Holley,"" born Farmington, Me., January G, 

1840; died Farmington, Me., August 4, 1855. 

3496. ii. Elizabeth Wendell Holley,'' born Farmington, Me., January 20, 

1842; married December 19, 1861, Wesley R. Cothren. 

3497. iii. Ellen Caroline Holley,'' born Farmington, Me., July 19, 1844; 

married May 26, 1864, Benjamin F. Atkinson; issue : Leroy Atkin- 
son,' born June 29, 1882. 

3498. iv. Clarence Eugene Holley,'' born Farmington, Me., March 19, 1847; 

resides Fort Fairfield, Me. 

3499. V. Louise Butler Holley,'' born Farmington, Me., January 14, 1850; 

married July 10, 1870, R. Hanley Smith. 

3500. vi. Warren Oilman Holley,' born Farmington, Me., August 19, 1852; 

died Farmington, Me., March 24, 1873, 

3501. vii. Alice Elvira Holley,'' born Farmington, Me., December 31, 1856; 

died June 8, 1872. 

3502. viii. Annie Page Holley,'' born Farmington, Me., July 9, 1859; married 

October 9, 1880, Leonard B. Bangs. 

Hiram Holley was a shoemaker as well as farmer. He was dis- 
tinguished by his honest dealings and industrious habits. 

3467. Samuel Daggett' {TJiomas,'' John^), born Farmington, 
Me., June, 1829 ; resides Dead River, Me! (1892) ; married 1st, Olive 
Pullen ; married 2d, Mary Washburn. 

Issue : 

3503. i. John P. Daggett,'' resides Dead River, Me. (1892) ; married 1883, Ada 

Maria Greenwood, daughter of Hannibal and Eleanor (Fish) Green- 
wood ; born Industry, Me., December 19, 1865; issue: Olive May 
Daggett,* born Dead River, September, 1884. 


3476. Carmen Belmont Daggett" {John M.,^ Holmes S.,^ 
John'), born Linn county, la., October 15, 1853; resides Marshall- 
town, la. (1893) ; married Allison, la., May 23, 1883, William K. 

Issue : 

8504. i. Clarenxe Conaughy,^ born Allison, la., February 23, 1885. 

3505. ii. Louis Conahght.* 

3506. iii. Laura Conaughy." 

3507. iv. CHARI.E.S Conaughy.* 

3477. Harrt Bertram Daggett'' {John M.,^ Holmes S.,^ 
John'), born Linn county, la., February 25, 1857; resides Hampton, 
la. (1893) ; married Hampton, la.. May 22, 18S2, Fanny Thompson. 

Issue : 

3508. i. Mary Daggett,* born Hampton, la., April i, 1884. 

3509. ii. James Daggett,* born Sheffield, la., December 27, 13>'5. 

3510. iii. John Minott Daggett,* born Hampton, la., August 26, 1887. 

3482. Frances Daggett" {Holmes S.,^ Holmes S.,^ 
John'), born Houlton, Me., December 8, 1851; resides Paw Paw, 
Kan. (1886) ; married Cedar Rapids, la., January 2, 1872, John 
W. McCalley. 

Issue : 

3511. i. Grace A. McCalley,* born Waubeck, la., November 28, 1872; died 

June 27, 1874. 

3512. ii. Guy Perry McCalley,* born Marion, la., July 6, 1874; died October 

20, 1876. 

3513. iii. Myrth M. McCalley,* born Marion, la., July 10, 1884. 


3514. Henry Daggett' {Nathan'), born Martha's Vineyard, 

Mass., 1788; died ; married Nantucket, Mass., March 29, 

1818, by Rev. James Gurney, to Dina Ames, daughter of Benjamin 
and Sally Ames; born Nantucket, Mass., December 4, 1791; died 
Nantucket, Mass., January 2, 1859. 

Issue : 

3515. i. William Henry Daggett, ^ born Nantucket, Mass., 1819! 

3516. ii. Benjamin F. Daggett,^ born Nantucket, Mass., August, 1822. 

3517. iii. James Daggett,^ born Nantucket, Mass., November, 1825. 

3518. iv. Charles A. Daggett,^ born Nantucket, Mass., August, 1828; went 


3519. V. Edward Daggett,^ born Nantucket, Mass., February 11, 1831. 

3515. William Henry Daggett^ {Henry,' Nathan'), born 
Nantucket, Mass., 1819; "laborer;" died Nantucket, Mass., De- 


cember 17, 1862 ; married Nantucket, Mass., February 13, 1842, by 
Beujamin Gardner, J. P., to Mary Courtney, of New York; born 
Issue : 

September 14, 1850; died 

3516. Benjamin F. Daggett' {Henry,'' Nathan'), born Nan- 
tucket, Mass., August, 1822; "stable-keeper;" died Nantucket, 
Mass., December 19, 1854; married Nantucket, Mass., April 11, 
1841, by Benjamin Gardner, J. P., to Phoebe S. Higgins, daughter of 
George and Mary Higgins; born September, 1S21 ; died Nantucket, 
Mass., October 18. 1880. 

Issue : 

3521. i. Eliza B. Daggett,'' born Nantucket, Mass., July, 1841; lu-obably 

died young. 

3522. ii. Rebecca M. Daggett,'' born Nantucket, Mass., December, 1842. 

3523. iii. Elizabeth B. Daggett,'' born Nantucket, Mass., September 21, 

1843; married Nantucket, Mass., November 16, 1864, to Emanuel 
Rogey, son of Charles and Clarett Rogey; "mariner;" born Bel- 
gium, 1843. 

3524. iv. Arthur Daggett,'' born Nantucket, Mass., September, 1846. 

3525. V. Abby B. Daggett,'' born Nantucket, Mass., April 6, 1848. 

3526. vi. Benjamin F. Daggett," born Nantucket, Mass., March G, 1850; 

died at sea. 

3527. vii. George H. Daggett,'' born Nantucket, Mass., January 2, 1853. 

Mrs. Phffibe (Higgins) Daggett, married Nantucket, Mass., Au- 
gust 17, 1856, Seth S. Pinkham, son of George C. and Phebe S. 
Pinkham; born Nantucket, Mass., 1822. They were married by 
William C. Folger, J.P. 

3517. James Daggett' {Henry,- Nathan'), born Nantucket, 
Mass., November, 1825; "laborer;" married Nantucket, Mass., 
November 7, 1847, by George Cobb, J. P., to Phcebe E. Norton, 
daughter of Daniel and Hannah Norton, of Jidgartown ; born Edgar- 
town, Mass., 1826. 

Issue : 

3528. i. (Male) Daggett,'' born Nantucket, Mass., June 19, 1850; probably 

died young. 

3529. ii. Ella C. Daggett," born New Bedford, Mass., November 22, 1858. 

3519. Edward Daggett' {Henry," iVij^/iau '), boru Nantucket, 
Mass., February 11, 1831; "laborer;" died in battle at Kingston, 
December, 1862; married Mary Ann Curran; born Ireland, 1833. 

Issue : 

3530. i. Charles I. Daggett,'' born Nantucket, Mass., June 4, 1853. 

3531. ii. William H. Daggett,'' born Nantucket, Mass., 1855. 

3532. iii. Edward H. Daggett,'' born Nantucket, Mass., 1858. 


3523. Rebecca M. Daggett ^ {Benjamin F.,'' Henry, ^ Nathan^), 
bom Nantucket, Mass., December, 1842; died Nantucket, Mass., 
Junes, 1876; married 1st, Nantucket, Mass., September 20, 18G0, 
by WUliam Cobb, J. P., to James Wilkinson, of Nantuclvet, son of 
Thomas and Margrett Wilkinson, of Liverpool, Eng. ; "mariner;" 

born Liverpool, Eng., 1837; died ; married 2d, New Bedford, 

Mass., July 17, 1862, by James D. Butler, to Irving H. Backus, of 
Nantucket, son of Ichabod and Sophronia Backus; "farmer;" 
born Nantucket, Mass., March 7, 1835. 

Issue : 

3533. i. Geokse A. Backcs,^ born Nantucket, Mass., March 26, 18G3. 

3534. ii. LnCT C. Backus, ° born Nantucket, Mass. ; died young. 

3535. iii. Ida Lewis Backus,* born Nantucket, Mass. 

3532. Edward H. Daggett" {Edward,^ Henry," Nathan^), 
born Nantucket, Mass., 1858; " puddler;" married Wareham, Mass., 
November 20, 1880, by William L. Chipman, J.P., to Alice 
Mitchell, daughter of Owen and Alice (Harvey) Mitchell ; born 
Wareham, Mass., 1864. 

Issue : 
3336. i. Mary Alice Daggett," born Wareham, Mass., February 16, 1881. 

3537. ii. Edward H. Daggett,^ born Wareham, Mass., May 22, 1882. 

3538. iii. Nellie Mat Daggett,* born Wareham, Mass., July 23, 188+. 

3539. iv. (Male) Daggett,* born Wareham, Mass., December 29, 1885. 


3540. George Daggette,' born Erie county, Pa. (?), 1798; 
died Buena Vista, Allegheny Co., Pa., April 15, 1826; married 
Allegheny county. Pa., 1823, Rachel Morton. 

Issue : 

3541. i. Diana Daggette," born Allegheny county. Pa., 1824; married E. H. 

Kiehl; she died Washington county. Pa., 1860. 

3542. ii. John Morton Daggette,'^ born Allegheny county. Pa., April 29, 1826. 

About 1820 or 1821 George Daggette, an only son, fled from the 
tyranny of a step-mother, from Erie county to Allegheny county. Pa., 
where he married, in 1823, a niece of Thomas Morton, of Revolution- 
ary fame. Being a fine scholar, George Daggette after coming to 
Allegheny county engaged in teaching, which vocation he followed 
until one month before his death. The family still (1883) own and 
live on the place where George 


3542. John Morton Daggette- {George^), boiu Allegheny 
county, Pa., AprU 29, 1826; died Allegheny county, Pa., March 
25, 1883; married 1853, M. M. Kelly. 

Issue : two sons, four daughters. 

3543. i. A. S. Daggette,' graduated Medical College, Cleveland; address, 

Yohoghany, Pa. (1883). 

3544. ii. F. S. Daggette.' 

3545. iii. Olive Daggette,' born 1859 ; died Allegheny county, Pa., .Tuly 28, 



3546. Chaeles Daggett,' married Mary . 

Issue : 

3547. i. Charles A. Daggett," born Uostan, Mass., 1815. 

3547. Charles A. Daggett" (Charles'), born Boston, Mass., 
1815 ; " junk-dealer; " married 1st, Lucy A. Waterhouse, daughter of 
Enoch and Abigail Waterhouse ; born Machias, Me. ; died East Bos- 
ton, Mass., January 15, 1873; married 2d, Boston, Mass., May 19, 
1874, by Rev. J. V. Hilton, to Emma Powers, of Boston, widow, 
daughter of George and Margaret Tryder; born Halifax, N.S., 1835. 

Issue : 

3548. i. Charles A. Daggett,' born Sandwich, Mass., 1837; married New- 

Bedford, Mass., November 20, 1865, by Rev. Timothy Stowe, to 
Rebecca H. Eldred, widow, daughter of Henry and Mary Tobey ; 
born Falmouth, Mass., 1836. 

3549. ii. Moses W. Daggett,' born Sandwich, Mass., 1839. 

3549. MosES W. Dagg^ti'^ {Charles A.,' Charles '),horu 'Sand- 
mch, Mass., 1839; "painter;" married Boston, Mass., January 4, 
1865, by Rev. W. H. Cudworth, to Aurelia B. Mallowes, daughter of 
Samuel aud Aurelia Mallowes; born Chatham, Mass., 1846. 

Issue : 

3550. i. Harry Bearse Daggett/ born Boston, Mass., June IG, 1866; died 

Boston, Mass., April 29, 1874. 




3551. Thomas Doggett' (spelled also with one " t," aud at 
times with oue "g")5 born England, 1607; removed to New Eng- 
land in the " Marey Anne," of Yarmouth, Eng., William Goose, 
master. May, 1637; died Marshfield, Mass., August 18, 1692; 
married 1st (date, place, and to whom not found) , who died Con- 
cord, Mass., 23, 6 mo., 1642; married 2d, Weymouth, Mass., 1643, 
Elizabeth Fry, widow of William Fry, of Weymouth, aud daughter 
of Jonas and Frances Humphrey, of Dorchester, Mass. ; born prob- 
ably England; died Weymouth, Mass., 1652; married 3d, Marsh- 
field, Mass., August 17, 1654, .Joane Chilliugs worth, widow of 
Thomas Chillingsworth, of Marshfield, Mass. ; born probably Eng- 
land ; died Marshfield, Mass., September 4, 1684. 

Issue : 

3552. i. John Doggett," born Concord (?), Mass., 1642. 

3553. ii. Hannah Doggett," bnrn Weymoutli, Mass., 16i6. 

3554. iii. Sarah Doggett,' born Weymoutb, Mass., 1650. 

3555. iv. Samuel Doggett," born Weymoutb, Mass., 1652. 

3556. T. Rebecca Doggett." born Marshfield, Mass., July 29, 1655. 

Thomas Doggett, of Marshfield, was previously a resident of 
Weymouth, and before that, of Concord, Mass. Of these facts the 
records now extant seem to offer sufficient evidence ; but of his life 
previous to arrival at Concord there is more uncertainty. Authori- 
ties on the subject express the opinion that Thomas who came in the 
" Marey Anne," in 1637, was the Thomas afterward of IMai-shfield, 
and finding no evidence to prove or disprove this theory, the writer 
has followed it as a possible truth. It is hoped that the points here 
made known may lead to positive proof of his parentage aud home 
in England. 


In the Eolls Office, iu London, Eug., is a small parchment volume 
occupied with a record of persons " desirous to passe beyond seas." 
It consists of hut sixteen written leaves, and much the greater 
portion of them is taken up with names of persons going into 
Holland. The several entries relating to those who came to New 
England are printed iu the N.E. Hist. Gen. Register, Vol. XIV., 
page 328. What is not destroyed of the title of the volume is : 

A Register of the 

of such persons a 

and upwards and have 

to passe into forraigne partes . . . 
March 1637 to the 29'ii day of Sept. 
by vertu of a commission granted to 
Mr Thomas Mayhew, gentleman. 

The people whose names are here recorded as bound for New 
England came, with but few exceptions, from the counties of Norfolk 
and Suffolk, England. They were very many of them cloth workers, 
of Norwich, others were " cordwayners," "coopers," " joyners," 
and a few were husbandmen. Some came in the "John and Dore- 
thay," of Ipswich, others in the " Rose," of Yarmouth, whUe " these 
people went to New England with William Goose, M' of the ' Marey 
Anne' of Yarmouth." 

May the 13, 1637. The examinaction of Thomas OUiuer of Norwich, 
Calinder,' ageed 36 yeares and Marey his wife, aged 34 yeares, with 2 children : 
Thomas and John and 2 seruants:* Thomas Doged aged 30 yeares and Marey 
Sape ageed 12 yeares ar desirous to passe for N.E. to inhabitt. 

Thomas Oliver settled in Salem, Mass., and Thomas Doggett may 
have stayed there in his employ long enough to pay for his passage 
to this country. 

It was a common thing for gentlemen of some means in leaving 
Elngland for America to take an apprentice or servant, paying the 
expenses of his passage, and after their arrival employing him to 
work to repay the amount. In this way many young and poor per- 
sons made their passage to this country. 

This being customary, men of distinction were enabled to escape 
to America as servants to those permitted to come, who would have 
been prevented if they had attempted to come in their- own name. 
Such was the strictness of the laws, and the. vigilance of the officers, 
that many found it necessary to resort to this means to accomplish 
their object. Possibly Thomas Doggett may have engtiged himself 

' Ciilendering is the last operation to which dyed and printed cottons are sometimes subjected 
to render the surface smooth, compact, and uniform. 

- The term '* servant," as used by the early settlei's, did not have the sense of a menial, but 
that of apprentice. They were immigrants whose passage was paid generally by some relative 
or friend in consideration of a stated term of service. 


to Thomas Oliver in order to obtain permission to leave England, for 
among those who wished to come in the same company was one John 
Yonge, a minister of " St. Margretts, vSuffolk," who, after he was 
examined and the answers recorded, was mentioned in the place of 
the date as — "This man was forbyde passage by the commissioners 
and went not from Yarmouth." Although this may have been Thomas 
Doggett's reason for thus calling himself, I am of the opinion he 
engaged himself as apprentice in order to pay his passage to New 
England, where he wished to come, either for religious freedom, or 
because he felt he could better his condition ; having much the same 
idea as a young man of the present day who leaves New England 
for the West. 

As there seem to be no evidences of property in his hands for 
several years after his arrival in New England, there is every reason 
to believe he was without means when he arrived. 

The exact date of the departure of the "Marey Anne" is not 
known, nor the length of her voyage ; neither is it known to what 
port she came, whether to Boston or Salem. Voyages across the 
Atlantic at that time took many weeks, so it was probably mid-sum- 
mer, 1637, when they first caught sight of the New England shores. 

Between this time and 1642 we lose sight of him, and it would be 
only conjecture to suggest where he may have lived during these 

In 1642, the 23d of the 6th month, the records of Concord, Mass., 
record the death of the wife of Thomas Doggett, but a search of the 
town records reveals nothing more regarding them. 

When or where he was married, or how long he had resided in 
Concord, is unknown. 

Even the Christian name of his wife has not been found, after much 
search ; or whether his oldest sou, John, who was born about this 
time, was her son, or a son by his second wife. I am inclined, how- 
ever, to believe him to be her sou, and born at Concord, Mass. 
Shattiick, in his history of Concord, after speaking of the death of 
Mrs. Thomas Doggett, says, " Mr. Doggett removed from town," so 
that our interest in Concord is in the period previous to 1642, wheu 
he was a resident there. 

Walcott, in "Concord in the Colonial Period," says: "Concord 
was the first settlement above tide water. 

"It adjoined the towns of Watertown, Cambridge Farms, and 
Sudbury, and is nineteen miles from Boston. 

" This tract of land, about six miles square, was occupied, in a 
sense, by two or three hundred Indians, and was called Musketaquid. 

" The meadows traversed by the sluggish rivers that ran by devious 
windings to the northward were bordered by tracts of upland that 


had been burned over and brought under rude pultivation by the 
natives, and afforded a large area of cleared land that was very 
attractive to the English settlers. The woodland was for the most 
part covered with pine. Shad, salmon, and alewives abounded in 
the rivers and brooks, which were also the haunts of fur-bearing 

As the " Old Towne Booke of Concord " is lost, it cannot be told in 
what part of the town Thomas Doggett lived, whether he was granted 
or bought lands, when or to whom he sold the same, or what part he 
may have taken in the town affairs during his residence there. 

Walcott says : "It cannot be doubted that there once was a town 
book which contained the records of the earliest grants of land and 
probably the other proceedings of the inhabitants, meeting together in 
general assembly." '■ A book of this character is referred to in ancient 
deeds and other documents, as well as the records that remain to us." 
The church of Concord was formally gathered at Cambridge, July 5, 
1636, and was organized April 6, 1637, with Rev. Peter Bulkley as 
teacher, and Rev. John Jones pastor, and the town dates from the 
previous year. Mr. Bulkley and Mr. Flint had some property, but 
the rest of the Concord company were plain people, of humble station 
in England, and of small means, who hoped in the New World to 
better their condition, and to enjoy unmolested the simpler forms of 
religious worship that their tastes and consciences approved. Thomas 
Doggett may have been inclined to settle in Concord because John 
Doggett had been living in the adjoining town of Watertown for 
several years, and he would seem to have gone there more from this 
reason than because of any relatives or friends already there, when 
it is known that there is no reason to suppose that the Concord settlers 
ever came together on English soil. There was no transplanting of a 
church and its pastor, like the removal of John Robinson and his flock 
to Holland, or lUie the settlement of Plymouth and Dorchester. The 
first houses were humble structures with thatched roofs, and, very 
likely, wooden chimneys, oiled paper serving in place of window glass. 
Emerson says of them : 

" Beneath low hilla, in broad interval, 
Through which at will our Indian rivulet 
Winds mindful still of sannup and of squaw, 
Whose pipe and arrow oft the plo^igh unburies : 
Here in pine houses, built of new fallen trees, 
Supplanters of the tribe, the farmers dwell." 

It is impossible to overestimate the trials and actual suffering that 
were endured by the pioneer families. Here as elsewhere in the 
colony, a close grappling with the facts was followed by inevita- 
ble disappointment. The meadows were wet, the soil was found to 


require hard labor to make and keep it productive, aud it is written 
that the people were " forced to cut their bread very thin for a long- 
season." It cannot be wondered that some sickened and died by 
reason of the unaccustomed hardships and severity of the winter 
weather, while others lost all faith in the success of the enterprise, 
sold their estates for a little, and departed. 

Leaving Concord, Thomas Doggett removed to Weymouth, Mass., 
vthich is, next to Plymouth, the oldest English settlement in Massa- 
chusetts. Just when he moved there is not known, as there is a total 
absence of all church records for the first hundred and more years ; 
and the town records of births, marriages, and deaths are very 
incomplete. The property records are full aud well preserved, as 
well as the records of town affairs, which, until 1651, seem to have 
been kept by the townsmen, or selectmen, as since called. Wey- 
mouth, the old settlement of Wessagusset, was quite advanced in 
1642, as compared with Concord. 

lu 1 642 Rev. Samuel Newman was the minister, having been called 
to the church in Weymouth in 1639, where he remained four or five 
j'ears. He was followed by Rev. Thomas Thacher, who was ordained 
pastor of the church January 2, 1644, where he remained for about 
twenty years, when he removed to Boston. 

AVeymouth was more advanced than any other place in New Eng- 
land except Plymouth in having the priority as to the presence of a 
physician, Dr. Nicholas Byram, who came to Weymouth in 1638, 
aud remained there twenty-four years. The town is bounded on the 
east side by Hingham, on the west by Braintree, and has on the 
north a well-protected water frontage on an arm of Massachusetts 
bay, about twelve miles from Boston ; so it was considered a most 
desirable location at the time of the removal there of Thomas 

Here it probably was he married, in 1643, as his second wife, 
Elizabeth, the widow of William Fry. William Fry had died here 
October 26, 1642, leaving a wife Elizabeth and daughters Elizabeth 
and Mary. His noncup. will is found in Suffolk Probate, 1-29, 
and was "deposed by Thomas Baily and John Barge before the 
Courte the 9 of the 9 mo. 1643." By it "he did give unto his wife 
after his decease his house and foure acres of land being his home lot 
aud after her decease to his two daughters Elizabeth and Mary," to 
both of whom he makes other bequests. Elizabeth Fry was born 
December 20, 1639, and Mary Fry was born January 9, 1642, prob- 
ably at Weymouth, as their father was a freeman and had twelve 
acres of land allotted to him there as early as 1636. 

Thomas Doggett by his marriage with Mrs. Fry became one of the 
proprietors of Weymouth, and the property records, which are not 


dated, but which were written at some time between his marriage and 
May 21, 1644, speak of his lands as : 

The Land of (tL ^ QvyLCu- -^HnM O^ 'luring the life of his wife and 
afterwards to W K ^^\ ^^'^^'^^^ Elizabeth and Mary ffrle the 
daughters of ' [J) William ffrie deceased. 

ffower acres in the west ffleUl first giuen to William ffrie bounded on the 
East with the land of Edward Smith and John Hardinge, the land of John 
Rogeres on the south, of John Whitman on the ni)rth, a highwaie on the south. 

Twelue acres amongst the greate lotes bounded on the East with the greate 
pond on the west with the corTion the north with the land of Thomas White of 
Robert Louell on the south. 

In the will of Elder Bate, Suffolk Probate, Book 11, page 13, SOth 
October, 1683, mention is made of " Doggett's lot," locating it at 
East Weymouth, near the Hiugham Hue. Here it was his children, 
Haunah, Sarah, and Samuel, were probably born ; but a careful search 
of the records at Weymouth gives no insight into his family affairs 
nor the dates of birth of his children. 

Between the time of the record of land in his name, 1643^, until 
1648, the records at Weymouth do not mention the name, but in 1648 
his fellow townsmen show theii- appreciation of his judgment and 
ability by electing him to the office of townsman or selectman. 

The following records of meetings of the townsmen are all that 
is contained in the Weymouth town books relating to Thomas 
Doggett : 

Weymouth Town Records, page 47, '■ The 1st day of the 1st mo. 
(March) 1648 " : 

.\t a meeting of the Townsmen they having talcen into consideration the 
destruction of Pine and Cedar which are every year destroyed notwithstanding 
there was order to the contrary to pay for it if they find it. It is therefore 
ordered that from this day forward whosoever do intend to fall any such tree of 
Pine or Cedar for any use they shall come to Thomas Dyer and give cation to 
him for as much as they shall fall. For commoner one shilling three pence 
a thousand under the penalty of 20s. a thousand. And for those inhabitants 
that are not commoners 2s 6d a thousand and whosoever shall fall any Pine or 
Cedar Tree that might make boards, if it were employed to it, shall be liable by 
this order to pay to the towns use 20s for every parcell that have the substance 
of a 1000 of Boards in it. But by this order wee doe not deny any man that is a 
commoner to fall for his owne use. 

And he that can make the breach of this to appeare, shall have one quarter of 
the fines for his labour, and the other three quarters to be returned to the Towns 

John Holbkook ' John Rogers 

Henry Kingman Thomas Doggett 

James Batley Thomas Holbrook 

Page 50, "The last day of the last month (Feb) 1648 " : 

It was ordered that all swine that is above a quarter of a year old within this 
Towne, shall be sufficiently Ringed and Yoked by the 14'" day of the next month 
uppon penalty of 3'' a peese. And wee do appoint John Randal and Hugh Roe 


to be Hogwaids, who shall carefully look to the execution of this order, ami 
whosoever shall neglect to ring or yoke his swine as aforesaid it shall be lawfull 
for the hogwards, or either of them, to recoTcr for their owne proper use the 
aforesaid ;V' of the owners of every such swine as shall be unwrung as often as 
they shall find them unringed. Always provided the owners have due notice, 
and that it be not demanded twis in one day, and if any person shall refuse to 
pay the foresayd 3'' it shall be lawfull for the Hogwards or either of them 
to pound the sayd swine, and keepe them according to the law til they satisfie 
them as aforesaid but in case any hoggs or swine looste their yokes or rings the 
owners of any such swine shall not be liable to this penalty aforesaid. 
Townsmen — 
Nicholas Phillips jv 

Robert Tucker L<(>wO -tH^qyO^ 

MiCATH Pratt .^-'^-'^ 

John Holbrook 
Richard Porter 

Page 58, " 26th day of the 9th mo (Nov.) 1651 " : 

Voted — That there shall be but 5 Townsmen chosen this year ensueing and 
that there power shall be the same that it was the last year with those alterations 
and additions therein exprest. 

Voted — That Serg' Holbrook shall be authorized to procure a surveyor to run 
the lines between Hingham and Braintree and to attend that surveyor together 
with those that are made choyse of for that end viz John Whitman, Thomas Pratt 
for Hingham line and John Kinge and Edward Kingman for the other line. 

Wee whose names are liere subscribed in the 1"' meeting do chowese Deken 
Rogers for to be the recorder for this year Ifiof 
John Holbrook 
Thomas Holbrook 

James Smith. 
The names of the Townsmen 

Henry Kingman John Holbrook 

Thomas Holbrook James S.mith 

James Batley John Rogers 

Thomas Doggett 

Page 59, "At a meeting of the Townsmen the Snd of the 12th mo. 
(Feb.) 1651": 

It was then and there ordered liy the Townsmen that a great lotts that men- 
tioned in the old Towne Booke that were formerly given and also lotts drawne 
shall be layde out on the E side of the fresh Pond next to Mrs Richards her 
mill joyning to those small lotts that were formerly layde out butting uppon the 
fresh Ponil and to run IS rod toward Hingham lyne. And in case these lotts 
under written doth run beyond the Pond in weidth that then it shall front uppon 
a straight lyne as the Pond hath. The names of those that are to have lotts in 
order as fuUoweth : [Then follows the division.] 
The names of the Townsmen 

Thomas Doggett 
John Rogers 

John Holbrook. 

Page 61, " The 14th the 10th mo (Dec) 1652" : 

At a general towne meeting there were chosen townsmen Deacon Rogers, 
Sergt Holbrook — • Thomas Doggett — Thomas Dyer John Bickiiell Sergt Hunt 
and William Torrey and the same power is hereby given them that the last 
Townsmen had, as also further that they shall take some care for M'' Lowman 
that she shall be provided for in respect of a house and also to do what they 
shall judge present necessity requires about the meeting house and that may 
make it more comfortable and prevent any further decay. 


Page 62, -'The 7th of the 1st mo (March) 1653 " : 

At a meeting of the Townsmen it \ras ordered that Thomas Doggett should 
take care for the burning of the woods for wich he is to have due satisfaction. 

In 1652 Elizabeth, the second wife of Thomas Doggett, died, 
probably in Weymouth, and in the following year he changed his 
home for the last time, by moving to Marshfiekl, Mass. 

In an article on Marshfield. by "William T. Davis. Esq., in the 
•• Histoiy of Plymouth County." he says : " The town of Marshfield, 
together with Duxbury. its adjoining town on the south, shares with 
Plymouth the interest which attaches to the home of the Pilgrims. 
Its fertile lands and broad marshes early attracted the attention of 
the first settlers, and were eagerly sought for homesteads and farms. 
Watered by North river on its northerly border, by South river in its 
central section, and by Green's Harbor river in its southerly, its 
territory was admirably adapted to those agricultural pursuits which 
were the chief support of the Pilgrims. The township, slightly in- 
creased in size since its original incorporation, covers an area of about 
twenty-five square miles, and is bounded easterly by the ocean and 
the town of Duxbury ; southerly by Duxbury and Pembroke ; westerly 
by Duxbiu-y, Pembroke, and the North river ; and northerly by the 
North River and the ocean." This territory hns been called Missau- 
catueket. Oxford, Green's Harbor. Rexham, and Marshfield, was made 
a township March 2, 164^, and is about thirty miles south-east of 
Boston. Among the first settlers was Thomas ChUlingsworth, who 
was quite a prominent man in public matters. After a short residence 
at Lynn, in 1637, and afterward at Sandwich, he settled in Marsh- 
field. where he was a large landholder, and was representative 1648 
and 16.52. Administration on his estate was granted March. 1652—3, 
to his widow Joanna, who married August 17, 1654, Thomas Doggett. 

Mr. Chillings worth had four daughters, but no son. 

Elizabeth died unmanied. September 28, 1655. 

Mehitabel married May 2. 1661. Justus Eames. 

Mary married Deacon John Foster. 

Sarah married Samuel Sprague, the last secretary of Plymouth 

The Bible of Mr. Chillingsworth Miss Thomas mentions as still in 
existence, printed by Christopher Barker. ,1589. 

The maiden name of his wife is not known, nor the date or place of 
their marriage. 

The interest of Thomas Doggett in the widow Chillingsworth is 
first noticed in a record at Plymouth : 

The widow, Joan Chillingsworth, in like manner came into conrt 7 March 
1653 and acknowledged that she hath given unto her four daughters 10£ a piece 


to be delivered to them on their day of marriage or Tvithin three months after 
same and in case any of them die, the survivors to have their part divided 
equally between them' and for performance thereof Thomas Doged and the said 
Joane Chillingsvrorth have jointly given security to the court. 

•■ July 3, 1654. Upon desire of Arthur Howland for the ending of 
oontroversies regarding bounds of lands, that he and Thomas Doged 
be acquainted with the bounds of lands according to original grant." 

In 1655 Thomas Doggett serves on the jury at Plymouth, and 
October i of the same year : 

The court have ordered that Jlr. Arthur Howland and Thomas Doged shall 
procure a surveyor to lay out the land in controversy betwixt Thomas Doged and 
him who shall do it according to decision and testimony from Captain Standish 
and llr. Alden and to lay out the Une of division betwixt them according to the 
evidence and to return what is done unto the court and the charges thereof to be 
equally borne betwixt them. [Court Orders, 3-89.] 

May 6, 1656 — In answer to a petition preferred to the court by Thomas 
Doged' of Marshfield wherein the said Thomas Doged proposed that a Jury 
might be impannelled to make division of a certain part of land sold by Mr 
Edmond ffreeman of Cambridge Point unto Mr Arthur howland and Thomas 
Cliillingsworth deceased lying at the south bridge in the Town of Marshfield. 
The court have ordered there shall be a jury of 12 men that shall determine the 
laying out of the said land and shall fully end the controversy betwixt said 
Arthur howland and Thomas Doged about the said land the said jury to be 
impannelled at the next general court. [Court Orders, 3-97.] 

At the town meeting 1656, May 19, Thomas Dogget and John 
Rouse were chosen gTand jiu-ymen for the present year ensuing. 

June 18, 1656 an agreement was made in regard to the land in controversy, 
before Mr John Alden Cap' Cudworth and the Jury appointed, and the 
division line decided upon. The agreement was signed by Arthur howland 
and Thomas 'j- Doged 

his / marke. [Court Orders, 3-103.] 

At the town meetings May 18 and August 13, 1657, Thomas Dog- 
get was absent the first hour, and in each case was fined 6d. 

During this year Thomas Doggett took the oath of fidelity at 

November 16, 1657, town meetiug. Goodman Dogget aud John 
Rouse for gTand juryship, £1 . 

Rev. George Leonard says of this, iu a letter dated April 9, 1852, 
• • I have ah-eady transcribed about a thousand names, including repe- 
titions, to my list of town officers, aud this is the only instance iu 
which the title ■ Goodman ' ' is used." 

1658, October 11, town meeting, Thomas Dogget, Is. Od., being 
his town rate. This year he sen-es on a coroner's jui-y. 

The Rev. Edward Bulkley. son of Rev. Peter Bulkley, of Concord, 
was the pastor at Marshfield, and held an estate independent of the 
minister's land. His father dying in 1659, he succeeded him as pastor 
of the church at Concord, and was succeeded in the pastoral oflSce 
at Mai-shfield by Rev. Samuel Arnold, of Yarmouth. 

1 The term " goodman " was used as a sliirht appellation of civility- The Puritans, strictly 
speaking, gave the title " Goodman " to a specially prominent charcb-member of mature years. 


As the first volume of church records at Marshfield does not begin 
until 1696, there is an absence here as well as at Weymouth and 
Concord of all evidence to show what may have been the church 
relations of Thomas Doggett. 

At a town meeting May 16, 1659, he gave "one barrel of beef" 
toward the purchase of the lands of Mr. Bulkley iu Marshfield. 

May, 1659, ou the jury. 

He bought this year (1659) the farm to which he afterward re- 
moved, and which adjoined the farm of Peregrine White, near the 
junction of North and South rivers. 

Indenture made the 11"' day of October A.D. 1659 between Comfort Starr 
of Boston in County of Suffolk in New England, Cliirurgeon on the one part 
and Thomas Dogget of Marshfield on the other part. 120 acres in Marshfield with 
buildings thereon, the same being now leased to William Sherman and Edmond 
Hindsman. [O.C. Deeds, 6-23.] 

Comfort Starr deceased before the sale was completed, and among 
the amounts due the estate as recorded iu Suffolk Probate is one 
from " Good Doggett," as he is called. 

March 15, 1659-60, We whose names are under written are testators of the 
possession given by John Starr sole executor of Comfort Starr deceased of 
Boston, To Thomas Dogget of Marshfield according to usual custom By twig and 
turf, with all and singular the privileges and immunities mentioned in the deed. 

Testators Peregrine White 


This deed of sale on the other side sold by Comfort Starr unto Thomas Dog- 
get the truth whereof was acknowledged by John Starr his son and that the said 
John Starr hath received in full what was behind at his fathers death this John 
Starr acknowledges before me. Simon Willard Asst. 

2-4™ 1663. [O.C. Deeds, 6-25.] 

The exact location of Thomas Doggett's house on this land is not 
known, but is presumed to be in a field back of a house now occu- 
pied by Capt. Asa Sherman, at Centre Marshfield. In this field, 
overlooking the marshes, the two rivers, and the ocean, on the side 
of the hill, yet protected by it, near a spring of clear, cold water, is an 
old cellar which the oldest inhabitants of the vicinity call the site of 
the " Doggett House." This and the fact that the cellar is on a line 
with the house of Peregrine White, and uot very far from it, both near 
the old highway, long since closed, would lead one to believe this was 
the site of the house of Thomas Doggett. The stones would indi- 
cate a house about thirty feet square, and a barn not far from it. 
Out on the marsh is an oasis of cedar trees, old and gnarled, called 
" Doggett's Cedars," and beyond, where the surf breaks on the 
beach, is "Doggett's Beach," names which have clung to the spot 
to the present time among a few of the older inhabitants. 

1660, May 14, Thomas Dogget chosen one of a jury. 

1660, July 15, at said town meeting the town have chosen Thomas 
Dogget constable, who then refused the taking the oath to serve as 


1661, October 14, at said town meeting Thomas Dogget, constable, 
formally gave in his account and is fully discharged. 

1661, June 4, Mr. Anthony Eames acknowledged before the 
court that his son, Justus Eames, hath received £13 6s. 8d. of 
Thomas Doged, of Marshfleld, in full of his wife's portion. 

1662, on the jury. 

1663, May 18, town meeting, Thomas Dogget surveyor for the year. 

1663, July 6. At town meeting the inhabitants chose a committee 
to view land by request of Lieut. Peregrine White and Thomas Dogget. 

1663-1664. On the jury each year. 

166J, March 8. Town meeting, Thomas Dogget chosen on a com- 

1664, October 4. One of a committee to settle a dispute regarding 
a debt of Edward Bumpas. 

Among the papers of the Massachusetts Historical Society is one 
superscribed " Namaskett Proprs names." The record was made 
about 1664. Thomas Dogget is named as the grantee of the 27th 
lot, the first at "Whetstone's Vineyard. 

In the papers at Plymouth, relating to the settlement of the estate 
of Thomas Bourn, whose will was dated May 2, 1664, the inventory 
was taken by " Serg' Joseph Riddle,A. Snow, and Thomas Doged." 

February 13, 166|. Town meeting. The inhabitants have choseu 
five selectmen, viz. : 

Lieut. Peregrine White. Ensign Mark Eames. 

Joseph Beadle. Thomas Dogget. 

Anthony Snow. 

March 1, 1664. Peregrine White, of Marshfleld, sells Thomas 
Dogged, of Marshfleld, meadow ground lying on the north side of a 
great brook, running to said White's now dwelling-house. [O.C. 
Deeds, 3-215.] 

1666, May 28. Thomas Dogget, grand juryman. 

1667, April 5. On a jury to lay out the highway. 

August 5. The rate as follows : Thomas Dogget, grand juryman, 
£1 2s. 6d. 

1668, September 23. At said town-meetiug the inhabitants have 
given liberty to Thomas Dogget, Lieut. Peregrine White, William 
Ford, Jr., Samuel Sprague, John Foster, and Justus Eames, to use 
and make improvements of all the lands at the head of their lots. 

In 1671, he is appointed to collect the ordinary or taxes iu Marsh- 
field, as also to collect for the minister's maintenance. 

On March 3, 1671, William Turning, of Eastham, sells him a oue- 
hundred-acve lot at Namakasett, for £28. [O.C. Deeds, 3-207.] 

1671, June 5. For the prevention of the great abuse by the exces- 


sive use of liquors, two or three men are appointed in every town in 
the jurisdiction of Plymouth, to have the inspection of the ordinary 
or in any other places suspected, and Thomas Doged is named .for 

In 1672, he begins the distribution of his estate among his children, 
by giving them land for house and farm just previous to their mar- 
riages. The first such gift is : 

April 20, 1672 7— Thomas Dogget of Marshfiekl, planter, to my well beloved 
son .John Dogget, one half of all my uplands and meadow which was formerly 
land of Comfort Starr deceased. [O.C. Deeds, 4-50.] 

Thomas Doggett owned a share in " Cedar Swamp," and October 
14, 1672, the swamp was divided in seven lots of five shares each, his 
share being one in the third lot. This swamp was in what was called 
" Majors Purchase." Windsor, in his " History of Dusbury," says, 
near " Mattekesett ponds, alias Namasakesett." The ponds thus 
named are that collection which now are within the bounds of Pem- 
broke and Hanson. 

May 5, 1673. At town meeting, Thomas Dogget is choseii sur- 

June 9, 1673, occurs the second instance of his giving land to his 
children, this tinie to liis son-in-law, Samuel Sherman, in considera- 
tion of his marriage with his daughter Sarah. [O.C. Deeds, 4-90.] 
The original deed was shown the writer by one of the descendants of 
Samuel Sherman, it having been handed down and always highly 
valued by its possessor. 

1674, May 13. The town chose Thomas Dogget as grand juryman. 
1676, May 6. Town meeting, Thomas Dogget chosen constable. 

1675, Aug. 23. Town meeting, rate as follows : 
Thomas Dogget, 16s. 3d. 

In the will of William Ford, Sen., of Marshfield, aged about 
seventy-two years, dated 12th September, 1676, he says: "I appoint 
my son William to be my executor and request Thomas Doggett if 
God so dispose that he survive my wife to be my overseer." 

May 30, 1677. An agreement is made regarding a division of land 
granted at a meeting at Marshfield. The whole tract is divided into 
six lots, of which the second lot falls to Peregrine White, Thomas 
Dogget, William Ford, Justus Fames, John Dogget, Samuel Sher- 
man, and John Ford, Sen. [O.C. Deeds, .6-114.] 

May 30, 1677. Town meeting. "At said town meeting the in- 
habitants have voted Anthony Snow, Thomas Dogget and John 
Bourne to look into and improve the Poor stock in the town for the 
benefit of the poor and upholding the stock to then- discretion." 

August 13. 1677. Town meeting. "At said meeting the town 
did vote Thomas Dogget and Ensign Fames to lay out Edward 


Stevens, his land formerly granted and then it is to be recorded and 
also fully committed to him and his heirs forever." 

During this year he was appointed to enforce the liquor law. 

March 20, 1681. He makes an agreement with his son John re- 
garding the division of lands which he had formerly given him, and 
on the same date gives land to his son Samuel, making the third in- 
stance of gifts of this natm-e to his children. 

An extract of this last deed is as follows : 

March 20 1681 Thomas Dogget of Marshfield, in consideration of the 
tender love and fatherly affection which I hare and bear to my natural and well 
beloved son Samuel Dogget of Marshfleld, one half of all my lands in iVIiddle- 
boro and places adjacent which said share of land formerly purchased of William 
Twining of Eastham as by deed Mar. 7, 1671. [O.C. Deeds, 6-27.] 

On the same date he gives his son John Doggett the other half of 
land in Middleboro' ; also gives him land in the valley in Marshfleld. 

1682, May 22. At the town meeting Thomas Doggett is men- 
tioned for the last time on the records of the town of Marshfleld, and 
is chosen surveyor of highways. 

Feb. 6, 1C83 — Thomas Dogget of Marshfleld in the Colony of New Ply- 
mouth in New England, sendeth greeting. In consideration of the love and 
fatherly affection I have for my natural and loving son Samuel Dogget .as also 
for divers other good causes All my land both upland and meadow which I now 
have in Marshfleld, that is to say more particularly the moiety of all that farm 
that I formerly purchased of Mr Comfort Starr being that part of said farm 
whereon I now live according as it is marked 40 and bounded between my son 
John Dogget and myself as may appear by indenture of part under our hands 
and seals, reserving the use during life, also all that tract of land purchased of 
Lent Peregrine White lying north of a great brook next adjoining to the 
southerly part of my other meadows with the same reserved, with the moiety 
of one half part of the land granted to me and others of my neighbors at the 
heads of our lots by the town aforesaid. [O.C. Deeds, 6-2G.] 

June 3, 1684. The coui-t named him as constable for Marshfleld. 
Retired from active pursuits and positions of public trust, with his 
lands distributed among his children, the records examined do not 
show that he is again mentioned, and during the remaining years of 
his long and busy life we think of him iu the words of Mrs. 
Sigourney : 

" While moving on thro' Marshfleld's vales. 
Mid the balm of her summer breeze. 
With a peaceful smile on his houor'd brow, 

A fair old man she sees : 
Full many a change in the Mother Land, 

From the cottage to the throne, 
As well as here, in tliis younger sphere. 
That reverend sire hath known." 

He died August 18, 1692, and is supposed to have been buried 
among his feUow-townsmen, in the old Fu-st Burial Ground, some- 
times called the Winslow Ground, among whose honored dead Daniel 
Webster, by his special request, was interred. 


There are many stones whose iuscriptions are long since illegible, 
but among those which can be read none has been found to mark the 
spot where Thomas Doggett lies. 

In the Probate Records of Plymouth County, Vol. I., page 154, is 
found the will of Thomas Doggett, as follows : 

I Thomas Dogget, of Marsbfleld, being grown aged, yet of sound mind, and 
memory, praysed be God. Do make this my last will, and testament, in manor 
and forme following: first I corait my soul unto ye hands of God, my saviour, 
and my Body to desent Buriall, when it shall pleased God to take me heuse,with 
sure and certain hope of a joy full resurrection, and reunion of Soul and Body 
to Eternall Glory through the gracious merits of Christ, our Lord our onely 

And for the disposall of my outward estate my mind and will is, it shall be 
disposed as foUoweth : I having formerly given unto my son John Uogget, the 
one half of my farm, and divided the same unto him as by one instrument bear- 
ing date the 20* day of March 1681 may appear which he is in possession of. 

And having also given to my sonn Samuel Uogget, a deed of the other half of 
my farm I live upon with other lands. 

And to avoid all other controverces as concerning the Lands intended to be 
granted by the aforesaid Deed to my son Samuel, I do hereby declare and hereby 
give and confirm unto my said son Samuel Dogget, all that half of ye aforesaid 
farm which I am in possession of, viz: house, out houses orchard, half Barns 
and Lands, whatsoever, both divided and undivided or lying in common with my 
son John or otherwise. 

To have and to hold to him the said Samuel Dogget his heirs and assigns for 

Item — my debts and funerall expenses being first paid, I give and bequeath 
to my daughter Sarah Sherman's children, viz : to Prudence Sarah and Susanna, 
ten shillings apiece and all the remainder of my estate to be divided amongst the 
rest of my children viz : to my sons John, Samuel, and Hannah Blanchers 
children, and Rebecka Wilder, my son John to have two fifths parts thereof, or 
double to any other of my children, and my son Samuel to have one fifth part 
thereof, and my daughter Rebeckah one fifth part thereof, and my daughter 
Hannah's children one fifth part thereof. 

Lastly I nominate and appoint my son Samuel to be sole executor of this my 
last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and 
seal the twentieth day of January 1689. 

THOMAS nr DOGET .„ , -, 
his '' marke ^^^^^'^ 

We under written did see the above named Thomas Dogett sign seal and 
deliver the above written instrument. 
Samuel Aenold 
Nathaniel Thomas 
Mehetabel Truant 
her w T marke 

memo. Jan 3. 1692/3 — Captain Nathaniel Thomas and Mr Samuel Arnold 
two of the witnesses herein named made oath before William Bradford Esq 
commissionated judge for Granting Probate of wills. That they were present 
and did see and hear the above named Thomas Dogget sign seal and deliver the 
above written Instrument to be his last will and Testament and that to the best 
of their judgment he was of sound mind and memory when he did ye same. 

Attest Samuel Sprague, Regis. 

On the following page is a tracing from the original will, which is 
in the Probate Office at Plymouth, Mass. It is interesting to note 
that the name is spelled in three different ways in this small portion 
of the document. 



On the back of the will it is indorsed : 

fll^vr /h/L^ 

Vol. I., page 155. 

William Bradford Esq. commissionated by his Excellency S' William Phips 
Kn't, Captain Generall & Governor in Chief in and over their Majesties Pro- 
vince of ye Massachusetts Bay in New England with the advice and consent 
of ye council for ye granting probate of wills and Letters of Administration 
within ye county of Plymouth — Know ye that on the third day of January 1692 
or 3 before me at Marshfield the will of Thomas Dogget late of Marshfield 
aforesaid to those presents annexed was proved, approved and allowed his will in 
any manor concerning was comitted unto his sou Samuel Dogget executor in 
the same named will, and to administer the same and to make a true and perfect 
inventory. ... In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and the 
seal of said office. 

William Bradford. 

Dated at Marshfield ye 3''^ day of Jiin., 169 j. 

Samuel Sprague. Regis. 

Vol. I., page 155. 

Inventory of " ye goods and chattels of Thomas Dogget, late of 
Marshfield, deceased," taken and appraised August 23, 1692: 

£ s. d. 

Item — To his Cash 2 7 6 

Wearing apparel . . . . . . .370 

4 cows at 38s. Ye head 7 12 

1 — 2 year old heiffer 14 

1 horse Bridle & saddle 4 

2 swine . . . • . . • • .100 
A feather bed and furniture . . . . 6 10 G 

Towels and table linen 19 

2 remnants of homespun cloth and shrouds . . 15 3 
Saws and wedges and other tools . . . . 14 
A chest two bedsteads and cords . . . .14 

1 tray and i doz spoons 3 9 

Vessels of Pewter . . . . . . 18 8 

Vessels of Brass 18 

Vessels of Iron 15 G 

2 chains and a trammel 17 

A whelot rod chain . . . . '. . .020 
Vessels of wood . . . . . . . .050 

To his Books G 

Cob irons, spit tongs and sh'td . . . . . 10 

A chain, ditching knife and grindstone . . . 10 

The estate Indebted ye bill 7 

Charge 110 

Samuel Sprague, 
Thomas Macombek. 


Samuel Dogget executor to ye last will of Thomas Dogget late of Marsh- 
field deceased appointed Jan. 3, 16;)j before William Bradford Judge and 
made oath that ye aboTe written is a true Inventory of ye goods and chattels of 
said deceased so far as he knows and that when more shall come to his knowl- 
edge he will discover it. 

Attest Samuel Spkague. Regis. 



3552. John Doggett' {Tho^nas'), born Concord (?), Mass., 
1642; died Marshfield, Mass., 1718; married 1st, Hingham, Mass., 
1673, Persis Sprague, daughter of William and Milicent (Eames) 
Sprague, of Hingiiam, Mass. ; born Hingham, Mass., November 12, 
1643; died Marshfield, Mass., 1684; married 2d, Marshfield, Mass., 
September 3, 1691, Mehitabel Truant, daughter of Maurice and Jane 
Truant, of Duxbury, Mass. ; married 3d, Newbury, Mass., June 22, 
1697, Rebecca Brown, widow of Isaac Brown, of Newbury, Mass., 
and daughter of Mr. Bailey; born" 1640; died Newbury, Mass., 
August 25, 1731. 

Issue : 

3557. i. John Doggett,^ born Marshfield, Mass., June 28, 1674; died Marsh- 

field, Mass., March 11, 167f. 

3558. ii. Thomas Doggett,' born Marshfield, Mass., 1676. 

3559. iii. John Doggett,' born Marshfield, Mass., February 26, 1678; probably 

died unmarried before 1716. 

3560. iv. Isaac Doggett,^ born Marshfield, Mass., June 7, 1692; died Marsh- 

field, Mass., September 21, 1692. 

3561. V. Hannah Doggett,' born Marshfield, Mass., December 28, 1693. 

John Doggett spent the greater part of his life in Marshfield. 

In 1662 he was in Hingham, where he witnessed an Indian deed. 

AprU 20, 1672, his father gives him one-half of the home-farm in 
Marshfield, and on May 13, of the same year, he is admitted a towns- 

In 1677, May 30, his landed estate is increased by the addition of 
land allotted to certain proprietors by the town, and again, in 168|, 
March 20, by the gift from his father of land in Middleboro' and 

The town records show that he was interested in town affairs, and 
chosen by the town in 1682 as constable. In 1684 he was made sur- 
veyor of the highways, and August 4, of the same year, had distributed 
rate as constable. 


April 1, 1686, he purchased from Justus Eames for £10 land 
adjoining the head of his house-lot and that of his father ; Peregrine 
White and Samuel Sherman being witnesses to the deed. [Plymouth 
Deeds, 6-31.] 

On August 2, 1686, he and his brother Samuel hired the flats on 
the South river of the town, for that year, probably for the salt hay 
which they could cut there, as he was, like his father, a planter or 
husbandman. June, 1689, he was received and admitted as freeman 
at a court at Plymouth. 

May 18, 1691, he was chosen grand juryman. In 1692 a jury, 
consisting of John Rogers, Thomas Macomber, John Foster, John 
Hewett, John Rose, John Barker, John Doggett, Joseph Water- 
man, Isaac Holmes, Anthony Eames, Ephraim Little, Michael 
Ford, Joseph Crocker, John Thomas, and Nathaniel Thomas, Jr., 
laid out the highways of the town as follows : 

We whose names are subscribed being chosen and sworn as a jury at Marsh- 
field on the first day of June 1692, to lay out and remove such highways in the 
said town as are needful according as the law directed, in order thereunto having 
met together on the sixteenth day of June aforesaid, do declare as followeth : 

That part which relates to the highway through the Doggetts' 
land is : 

And also from the aforesaid way which leadeth from Benjamin Phillips, 
beginning at the north west corner of said Phillips field and so turning southward 
up the hill by his field, and so on as the way now lieth, through the land of the 
Sherman's and the Doggett's, and Mr. White's down the hill as the way hath 
been lately dug, and so on the old way through the land of Ensign Ford, 
Anthony Eames, and Samuel Sprague, and so over the brook as the way now 
leadeth between the house and shop of John Foster, and so through the land of 
Arthur Rowland as the way now lieth until it come to John Walker's Land, and 
then upon the range between said Rowland's and Walker's laud north westward 
into the other way. 

July 28, 1692, again chosen surveyor of the highways, and the fol- 
lowing year, March 20, to the same office, and the additional one of 
viewer of fences. As grand juror, at the same meeting he receives 
from the town 15s. for his services. 

In those days the tithingman was an all-important personage ; he 
was a parish officer who presei-ved order at public worship, and 
enforced the observance of the Sabbath. 

For three successive years John Doggett filled this office, he being 
chosen thereto March 10, 169|, March 11, 169f, and March 16, 169f. 

From the first volume of records of the first church in iMarshfield : 
"John Doggett admitted into this church May 30, 1697." 

170^, February 24. Grand juryman. 

170^, February 9. John Doggett chosen grand juryman, but ex- 
cused at his request. 

170J, March 22. Chosen surveyor of the highways. 


1708, December 13. Chosen on a jury of trial at Plymouth. 

At a meeting of the proprietors of Marshfiekl, 3d day of April, 
1710, the rate for each proprietor's share in the common lands is 
given, John Dogget being 13s. 

October 9, 1710. John and Thomas Doggett drew lot No. 51 iu 
the first division, and No. 38 in the second division. 

The exact date of death of John Doggett is not known, neither is 
the place of his interment, as no stone has been found to his memory, 
although he is supposed to have been buried in the old Winslow 

The will of John Doggett is recorded in Plymouth Probate, 4-120 : 

In the name of God, Amen. The twenty first day of January 1716. I, John 
Dogget of Marshfield in the County of Plymouth in New England, Husband- 
man, being aged and infirm of body but of perfect mind and memory thanks be 
given to God and calling to mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it 
is appointed for all men once to die do make and ordain this my last will and 

That is to say. Principaly and first of all I recommend my soul into the 
hands of God that gave it and my body to the earth to be buried in a decent 
christian burial at the discretion of my executor herein after named. 

And as touching such worldly goods and estate as the Lord in mercy hath 
been pleased to bless me with in this life (my just debts being first paid and 
funeral charges defrayed) I give demise and dispose of the residue of the same 
in manner and form following : 

Imprimis — I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Rebeckah Dogget the 
use and improvement of the westerly end of the Leanto standing on the back 
side or northerly side of my dwelling house. That is to say the Chamber, Lower 
room and the seller under it and also a liberty to set a bed in the chamber in the 
westerly end of my said dwelling house and lodge herselfe or others in it as she 
shall have ocation also I give to my said wife free liberty to take and fetch water 
out of my well and out of the brook on the back side of my house and carry it 
througli the Great Room of my said house as she may have ocation and also the 
use and Improvement of the half acre of land or thereabouts that is fenced in 
at the north westerly end of the said house and also the garden at the west end 
of said house. 

Also I give to my said wife the use and Improvement of my 2 feather beds, 
bedsteds and beding and all the furniture belonging to them and also the use of 
the utensils of household stuff in the hoiise to wit : of pewter, brass and Iron 
and dishes and spoons — -2 washing tubs, the tongs and 2 barrells, only my son 
Thomas Dogget shall have liberty to use the great Brass Kettle when he shall 
have ocation. 

Also I give to my said wife Liberty to take Apples out of the orchard what 
she shall have ocasion for to spend in the house. That is to say all the perticu- 
lers and things and privilidges above said I give my said wife the use and Im- 
provement off during her natural Life for her support and mainten.ance also I 
give unto my said wife her firewood to be brought to her door and cut fit for her 
fire so much as she shall stand in need of and 2 barrells of sider to be filled into 
lier barrells as hereafter in this my will I shall order during her natural Life. 
.\lso I give unto my s'd wife the sum of S pounds a year to be paid to her yearly 
and every year during tlie whole time of her natural life 4 thereof in corn and 
provisions at the currant money in price and the other half in money or bills of 
credit of the province as liereafter in this my will I shall order. 

Item — I give and bequeath unto my son Thomas Dogget all that my farm 
and lands or tenement whereon I now dwell both that which I had of my father and 
that which I purchased of my uncle Justice Eames with all the salt marsh and 
meadow adjoining and belonging to it Lying and being in Marshfield aforesaid 
with all the housing, outhousing and buildings orchard and fences standing 
upon and belonging to it excepting the interest and improvements given to my 
said wife as above expressed. 


Item — I give unto my said son Thomas Dogget all my right and interest in 
the allotment or division of the common lands formerly called the upper part of 
Marshfield now Lying in the Town of Pembroke and also all my right and interest 
in the cedar swamp lying in that part of land called the Majors purchase in Pem- 
broke aforesaid and also all my part and interest in the 60 acre lot of land lying 
in the Majors purchase in Pembroke aforesaid which I have and hold in partner- 
ship with my brother Samuel Dogget, all the within and above mentioned farm 
housing and buildings and several parcels of lands expressed to be given to my 
said son Thomas Dogget. I give the same and every part and parcell thereof 
the priveleges and appurtenances to all or any part thereof belonging, unto him 
said Thomas Dogget, his heirs and assigns forever (excepting as within excepted) 
he and they paying the sum of 8£ to my said wife yearly and every year half in 
corn and provisions at the currant money price and one half in money or bills of 
this province during her natural life and finding and providing her firewood and 
filling her 2 barrells of cider yearly during her life as within expressed for her 
to have. 

Item — I give and bequeath to my daughter Hannah White 2 cows and it is my 
mind and will that after my said wifes decease my said daughter Hannah shall 
have one of the feather beds bedstead beding and furniture belonging to it and 
all ray pewter and Iron pots which my said wife is to have the improvement of 
iluring life as aforesaid which with what I have formerly given to said Hannah I 
judge sufficient for her portion of my estate. 

Item — I give and bequeath to my grandson John Dogget all my right and 
interest in the allotment or division of the common lands in the Lower part of 
Marshfield aforesaid Lying near or adjoining to the land of Samuel Rogers 

To have and to hold the same with the privileges and appurtenances thereunto 
belonging unto him the said John Dogget his heirs and assigns forever. 

Item — I give to my grandson Thomas Dogget 2 cows. 

Item — I give to my granddaughters Persis Dogget Sarah Dogget and 
Experience Dogget each of them 2 ewe sheep and farther it is my mind and will 
that all that estate which I have given my said wife the improvement of during 
her life as within expressed, after her decease all of it except what I have given 
to my daughter Hannah as aforesaid shall be and belong to my said son Thomas 

And all the rest of my estate of what kind or nature soever and wheresoever 
Lying and being not before in this my will disposed of I give and bequeath the 
same unto my said son Thomas Dogget his heirs and assigns forever. 

Lastly I hereby nominate and appoint my son Thomas Dogget to be sole 
executor to this ray last will and testament and in testimony that above and within 
written in the several pages thereof is my last will and testament I have hereunto 
set my hand and seal the day and year first above written 




Signed sealed published and declared by the said John Dogget to be his last 
will and testament In the presence of 
John Gushing Sr. 
John Ccshing Jk 


Elizabeth Holmes Proved July 2, 1718 

"An inventory of the goods chattels and credits of John Dogget 
of Marshfield, appraised July 2, 1718 " : 
Some of the items are as follows : 

£ s d 

In purse and bills of credit 2 2 10 

Wearing apparell . . . . . . .18 

Books 3 

Arras .......... 1 4 

Bed and furniture in great room 14 

" " " " leanto 


4 pair of sheets and other small linen 
Coverlid, Blanket, Rug and Canvas Bed 

Sheeps wool, Brass Kettle, Skillet and warming pan Iron Pots, Kettle, 
Trammels, frying pan, tongs, Spit. Pewter spoons and Knives, chains, chests, 
spinning wheels, Bellows, Tubs, Trays, pails, barrels Indian corn, powdering 
tub and meat, Saddle Bridle, Pillion, Carpenters tools, old Lumber in house, 3 
stocks of bees, Cart wheels & yoak. Plow, Cleaver, 3 old axes, Beetle and 
wedges A dung fork, shovel and Sythe. Tackling. Horse traces, 1 Hod, 

£ £ 

i Cows 17 2 Oxen 13 

2 Heifers 1 yr old . . S 1 Horse 8 

5 swine . " 3-10 20 sheep & 5 lambs .... 9 

Iron letters 0-5-0 Grindstone, Looking Glass and fowls. 

Appraisers John Kent, John Barker, John Little. [Plymouth Probate, 4-122.] 

3553. Hasnah Doggett" {Thomas^), bom Weymouth, Mass., 
1646; died Audover, Mass., July 10, 1725; married Charlestown, 
Mass., June 24, 1673, by Richard Russell, magistrate, to Samuel 
Blanchard, of Charlestown, Mass., son of Thomas Blanchard; boru 
County Hants, Eng., August 6, 1627; died Andover, Mass., April 
22, 1707. 

Issue : 

3562. i. Thomas Blaxch.\rd,^ born Charlestown, Mass.. April 28, 1674. 

3563. ii. John Blaxchakd,-' born Charlestown, Mass., July 3, 1677; married 

Billerica, Mass., August 7, 1701, Mary Crosby, daughter of Simon 
and Rachel (Brackett) Crosby; she died Billerica, Mass., May 7, 
1748; he died Billerica, Mass., April 10, 1750. 

3564. iii. Samuel Blaxchard.^ born Charlestown, Mass., June 4, 1680; married 

Andover, Mass., March 31, 1708, Sarah Johnson; she died Andover, 
Mass., August 19, 1769; he died Andover, Mass., April 17, 1754. 

3565. iv. Haknah Blaxchakd,^ born Charlestown, Mass., September 26, 1681; 

married Andover, Mass., May 24, 1699, Stephen Osgood; she died 
Andover, Mass., March, 1774. 

Thomas Blanchard, who was the ancestor of the larger part of the 
New England families of the name of Blanchard, came from London 
in the year 1639. It is supposed he settled in Braintree, Mass., 
where he is known to have lived from 1646 to 1651. In 1651 he 
purchased a house and farm of two hundred acres, on Mystic side, 
Charlestown. Mass., to which place he removed the same year, and 
where he died 1654. His sou Nathaniel, born in England 1636, mar- 
ried 1658, in Charlestown, Susanna Bates, and removed to Weymouth, 
Mass. (Hobart's History of Abington, 1866.) An older son, Samuel 
Blanchard, of Charlestown, was constable 1657, and admitted to the 
chui-ch, 25 (7) 1681. 

An old manuscript book, the property of Mr. Abel Blanchard, of 
Andover, Mass. (now, 1869, with the Bible Society, Astor place. New 
York) , is in the handwriting of several parties, but evidently com- 
menced by the first Samuel Blanchard, of Andover. 

In this book he says : " Samuel Blanchard was married to his wife 
Mary (Sweetser") in the year 165| upon the 3rd day of January." 
They had Samuel, Sarah, 3Iary, Jonathan, Joshua, and Abigail. 
Following the list of children is : 


" My wife died 20 Feb 166f." 

"I Samuel Blanchard was marred to my wif hanah vpou the 
24 day of juen in the yer 1673." 

" I Samuel Blanchard landed in New inglaud on the 23 day of 
Jun in the year 1639." 

" I Samuel Blanchard came to Andover with my family upon the 
10* June 1686." 

The record, continued by their son Thomas : 

"My mother Hannah Blanchard departed this life July 10, 1725, 
and as wee reseve it, in the 79"" year of her age." 

George D. B. Blanchard, Esq., of Maiden, Mass., writes from that 
place as follows, regarding Hannah (Doggett) Blanchard : 

"After her marriage, which evidently took place at Charlestown, 
she lived thirteen years within a short distance from the spot where I 
am now writing, and I can see plainly from my window the ground 
where her home was, and where all of her children were born. They 
all lived till maturity, and I have a pretty fuU record of each one of 
them, three sous and a daughter Hannah, named for her. 

"She (the mother) died in 1725, aud among her descendants are 
some worthy names. 

"I visited her grave at Andover in 1863, aud copied at that time 
the inscription upon the headstone, as follows : 

" ' Here Lyes ye Body of Mrs Hannah 
Blanchard Relict of Mr Samuel 
Blanchard Who Deo'd July 10* 1725 
in ye 79th . . . f Her Age.' 

"The stone was then broken, the upper part of it lying on the 
ground, but all the lettering could be read except what I have marked." 

3554. Sarah Doggett^ (Thomas^), born Weymouth, Mass., 
1650; died Marshfield, Mass., July, 1680; married Marshfleld, 
Mass., 1673, Samuel Sherman, son of William and Prudence (Hill) 
Sherman; born Mass., 164i; died Marshfield, Mass., July 2, 1718. 

Issue : 
35(i6. i. Prudence Sherman,' born Marshfield, Mass., 1674; married Febru- 
.ary 2, 174|, Robert Cushman, son of Thomas and Ruth (Howland) 
Cushman ; he born Oct. 4, 1604; died Kingston, Mass., Sept. 7, 1757. 
3507. ii. Sarah Sherman,^ born Marshfleld, Ma^s., 1676; married Josiah Fos- 
ter, son of Deacon John and Mary (Chillingsworth) Foster; he born 
Marshfield, Mass., 1669; they died Pembroke (?), Mass. 
3568. iii. Susanna Sherman,^ born Marshfield, Mass., 1678. 

Sarah Doggett, on her marriage with Samuel Sherman, brought 
with her, as a marriage gift from her father, the deed to her husband 
of six acres of upland in Marshfield, the deed bearing date June 9, 


Samuel Sherman was a farmer, holdiug a part of the homestead 
given by deed from his father before his death. In the deed his 
father calls him " My noble son." He married 2d, Hannah, by whom 
he had nine children: Hannah, Samuel, Mary, Joshua, Desire, 
Patience, "William, Gershom, and Caleb. 

3555. Samuel Doggett^ (TJiomas^), born Weymouth, Mass., 
1652; died Marshfield, Mass., September 15, 1725; married 1st, 
Marshfleld, Mass., January 24, 1682, Mary Rogers, daughter of John 
Rogers ; died Marshfield, Mass., April 15, 1690 ; married 2d, Marsh- 
fleld, Mass., January 21, 1691, Bathsheba Holmes, daughter of 
Abraham and Elizabeth (Arnold) Holmes, and granddaughter of 
Rev. Samuel Arnold; died Marshfield, Mass., April 17, 1747. 

Issue : 

3569. i. Samtiel Doggett,^ born MarshfleW, Mass., Dec. 2-t, lfi83; died young. 

3570. li. Samuel Doggett,^ born Marsbiield, Mass., April 7, 1685. 

3571. iii. Mary Doggett,^ born Marshfield, Mass., April 26, 1687. 
8572. IT. Sarah Doggett,^ born Marshfield, Mass., April 7, 1689. 

3573. V. Elizabeth Doggett,^ born Marshfield, Mass., November 3, 1691 ; 

married Marshfield, Mass., January 13, 172f, by Rev. James Gard- 
ner, to Sylvanus Hall, of Plymouth, son of Elisha and Lydia Hall ; 
born Yarmouth, Mass., May 17, 1693. 

3574. Ti. Ebenezer Doggett,^ born Marshfield, Mass., November 22, 1693. 

3575. vii. Bathsheba Doggett,^ born Marshfield, Mass., June 18, 1695. 

3576. viii. John Doggett,^ born Marshfield, Mass., March 29, 1697. 

3577. ix. Isaac Doggett,^ born Marshfield, Mass., February 6, 1699. 

3578. X. Lydh. Doggett,^ born Marshfield, Mass., October 26, 1703. 

3579. xi. Seth Doggett,' born Marshfield, Mass., October 22, 1705. 

3580. xii. Abigail Doggett,^ born Marshfield, Mass., March 11, 17fJ. 

Samuel Doggett, although born in Weymouth, was proljably taken 
to Marshfield when an infant. 

The town of Marshfield paid him Is. 6d. on August 8, 1673, as a 
witness fee. 

June 15, 1676, the town of Marshfleld makes the following record : 

At the said townsmeeting the inh.abitants have voted Christopher Winter, 
constable, and he did refuse, being sent to, by the Governor by Samuel Doggett 
and the inhabitants have voted Mr. Nathaniel Thomas constable. 

March 20, 1681, Samuel Doggett receives from his father one-h.alf 
of all his lands in Middleboro' and places adjacent, and in the instru- 
ment is called " my natural and well beloved son." [Plymouth Deeds, 

Early in the following year he married Mary Rogers, whose father 
appears to have been proprietor of much lauded estate. 

February 6, 168.3, his father deeds to him all his land which he 
then has in* Marshfleld, reserving to himself " the use during life ; " 
in consideration of the love and fatherly affection he has for his 
natural and loving son. [Plymouth Deeds, 9-74.] 

1683, Samuel Doggett, " Transcribed on list of Freemen for Marsh- 


field," is a memorandum from a correspoudent. The town records, 
giving the names of the townsmen, 1684, mention Samuel Doggett as 
one of the number. 

June 2, 1685, constable for Marshfield. 

.June, 1689, he was received and admitted as freeman at a court 
held at Plymouth. 

August 23, 1689. Town meeting in Marshfield : 

In pursuance of the order of the last court for the raising money for the 
present expedition against the barbarous enemy Indians, Samuel Doggett, 
Anthony Eames, Ephraim Little and John Foster promised to lend the town 20s 
apiece to be repaid again by the next town rate. 

The Marshfield church records show : " Samuel Doggett adm. into 
this chux-ch Feb 22, 170^." " Bathsheba Doggett wife of Samuel 
Doggett bapt and adm. iuto this church July 26, 1702." 

Boston June 28, 1605 — Received of Daniel White Constable of Marshfield 
26£ 2s 6d in full of a warrant of same, by the hands of Mr Samuel Doggett, I 
say received for Mr James Taylor, Treas. David .Tenner. 

Aug. 17, 1702, Samuel and brother John, " yeomen," sell land in Middleboro' 
to Dr Francis Le Barron, chirurgeon. [Plymouth Deeds, 8-258.] 

Samuel Doggett was chosen tithingmau March 20, 170|. Febru- 
ary 25, 170f, chosen grand juryman. 

In 1708 he owned sloop " Swan," twenty tons. 

April 3, 1710. The proprietors' records of Marshfield show his 
rate for the proportioning of each proprietor's share in the common 
lands as 16s. 3d. 

Feb 26, n]^ Samuel Doggett, sen. Joseph Waterman, Joseph Rogers and 
John Truant, sell 4 lots of land, to Samuel Doggett Jr, for 13£ 10s. [Plym- 
outh Deeds, 8-162.] 

April 15, 1713 Samuel and his brother, sell 100 acres land in Plympton, to 
Wm Shurtleff, for 44£. [Plymouth Deeds, 11-67.] 

Part owner in sloop " Seaflower," in 1714. 

March 19, 17-^, elected constable. 

March 13, 1717. Town meeting. Samuel Doggett, collector of 
several persons' rates : 

"Voted That Samuel Doggett be collector in north side of the 
South River for gathering 2 rates." 

September 2, 1717. Town meeting: 

At said meeting the town accept of Samuel Doggett to serve in the stead of 
his son Samuel Doggett Jr in the office of constable in said town for the present 
year also that there be 1£ 5s added to the town rate forthwith to be made and 
paid to Samuel Doggett. 

July 5, 1718. Samuel Doggett, Sen., and John Rogers, of Marsh- 
field, joint owners of land originally belonging to right of Thomas 


Dogget, deceased, in 16s. purchase in Middleboro', agree to divide and 
each take their portion eqnally. [Plymouth Deeds, 16-179.] 

December 4, 1718. Samuel Doggett, Sen., and Thomas Doggett, 
of Marshfield, and Thomas Barker, of Pembroke, owners of the fifth 
lot in Major's purchase, now in Pembroke, agree to divide. [Plym- 
outh Deeds, 18-167.] 

1720, Samuel Doggett on grand jury. 

In the burying-ground about the Congregational church at Marsh- 
field, called Cedar Grove Cemetery, stands the gravestone of Samuel 
Doggett. It is of slate stone, about two inches thick, and stands on 
a knoll about twenty feet from the road and about one hundred feet 
from the church and facing it, on the side toward the railway station. 

The head and foot stones are both in excellent state of preserva- 
tion, and the headstone inscribed as follows : 

Here lyse ye 
Interred Body 
of Mr Samuel 
Doggett who 
dyed Septtem'"' 
5' 15"> 1725 
aged 73 yea'e 

In Plymouth Probate, 5-97, is found his will, as follows : 

Marshfield Jan. 13, 1724, I, Samuel Boggett of Marshfield in ye county of 
Plymouth, Yeoman, being in a good measure of health at present blessed be God 
for ye same, calling to mind ye uncertainty of my life and willing to settle ye 
estate which God hath been pleased of his goodness to bless me with all, Do 
make this my last will and testament in manner and form following. 

First I commit my soul to God who gave it and my body to a decent buriall in 
hope of a JoyfuU Resurrection to Eternal life through ye precious merits of my 
Lord and Sarior Jesus Christ and for ye disposal of my outward estate my mind 
and will is that it shall be bestowed in such manner as in this my last will is set 

Imprimis — I give and Bequeath ye use and improvement of all my Housing 
and lands whereon I now dwell and also my vally Lotts and my Cedar Swamp in 
ye Township of Pembroke to my beloved wife Bathsheba towards her livelyhood 
for and during her widdowhood and also all my moveable estate whatsoever to 
be at her dispose for ye Payment of my Debts and funeral charges and what 
shall remain at her decease or second marriage to be by her disposed amongst 
my children as she shall see meet. 

Item — I give and Bequeath to my son Samuel Doggett f ourty and two acres 
of Land Lying in ye Township of Middleboro in ye 16 Shilling Purchase being 
ye 93"^ lott to Him and His heirs and assigns forever in full of his part or por- 
tion of my estate. 

Item — I give and Bequeath to my son John Doggett and to his Heirs and 
assigns forever all my thirty and eight acres of Land in ye Township of Middle- 
boro being ye lott in ye 16 Shilling Purchase. 

Item — I give and Bequeath to my sons Ebcnezer Isaac and Seth Doggett and 
to their Respective Heirs and assigns forever in Equal Parts after ye second 
marriage or decease of my said wife all my Housing- and Lands in Marshfield 
and also my Cedar Swamp in ye Township of Pembroke, tliey Paying ye severall 
sums of money and other things hereafter expressed after my said wife's decease 
or second marriage (that is to say) 

To my daughter Mary White ye sum of 20s. 


To my daughter Sarah Allen ye sura of 20s and to my daughter Bathsheba 
Kent ye sum of 5£ and to my daughters, Elizabeth, Lydiah and Abigail Doggett, 
ye sum of 10£ apiece. 

Isaac and Seth Doggett shall find their three sisters Elizabeth, Lydiah and 
Abigail Doggett convenient Housing (that is to say) fire Room and firewood to 
all or such of them as shall remain unmarried as long as they shall live un- 
married, and if any of them should be sick or Lame so as not to be capable to 
maintain themselves that they be maintained out of tliat real estate which I have 
given to my three sons, viz to Ebenezer, Isaac and Seth Doggett so long as they 
shall remain unmarried. 

Lastly I nominate and appoint my said wife and my son Ebenezer Doggett to 
be executors of this my last will and testament hereby giving them full power to 
make sale of and give deeds of conveyance of all that my one halfe of a CO acre 
Lott of Land Lying near to Joseph Stetson in ye Township of Pembroke toward 
ye payment of my debts and also it is my will that if either Ebenezer, Isaac or 
Seth Doggett should dye without Issue that his or their part of ye housing and 
Land I have given them shall belong to ye survivor or survivors of these three. 
In witness whereof I have hereonto set my hand and seal ye day and year above 



Signed sealed and declared by ye said Samuel Doggett to be His last will and 

In presence of us. 

Nathan M. Thomas 

Pkiscilla PT Thomas 

Robert Hopkins. 
Oct 4, 1725. 

The above named N. Thomas, Priscilla Thomas and Robert Hopkins made 
oath that they saw ye above named Samuel Doggett sign, seal and heard him 
declare ye above and within written Instrument to be his last will and testament 
and at the same time they sett their hands as witnesses and that according to ye 
best of their observation He was then of sound and disposing mind and memory 

Isaac Winslow, Judge of Probate. 

Oct. 4, 1725. 

Isaac Winslow confirms will and orders them to make Inventory. 

Plymouth Probate, 5-120 : 

" Inventory of all and singular the goods and Chattels and Credits 
of Samuel Doggett, gentleman, deceased, Nov. 5, 1725 ": 

His purse and apparell, £21 lOd; Arms and ammunition, £1 lis; Books, £1 
6s; Cloth and mow hair, 13s 6d; Indian corn 14£ English corn 5£ 6s., £20 7s; 
To Tobacco, £1 15s; To weaving gears and worsted combs, £5 13s; Wheels, 
salt, yarn. Rope, a chest and 6 Barrels worsted, £4 14s: Yarn and old Iron, £3 2s; 
To Pewter 2£ 16s Brass 3£ 15s Potts and Iron ware 6£ 17s, £13 8s ; Earthern 1£ 
Nails and other small things 18s Salver 1£, £2 18s; Hand Saw, Hamers, Pott 
Hooks, chairs. Tables and stool, £2 18s ; Chests, Boxes 1£ 8s Nails & Scales 12s, 
£2; To beds and bedding, £+5 2s; Wool and lumber, £3; Cyder 1£ 16s Casks 
1£ beef 5£ lis, £8 7s; Pork 4£ To Linnen 5£ 17s, £9 17s; Flax and other small 
things, £2 Is; Sheep 4£ 8s Horse 4£ Tackling £1 5s, £9 13s; Swine 11£ Oxen 
16£ Steers 15£ 5 Cows 25£ 4 Young cattle 7£ lOs, £74 10s; Yoakes, chains, 
grinding stone, spade and plow, £2 15s; Cast wheels, horse gears, £3 133 ; 18 
Loads of Hay, £22 10s; Trees 1£ Turnips 10s, To flax in ye sheaf 5s, all £1 15s; 
To a Bond of his son's John Doggett, £40 ; Cordwood, £13 ; i^ of a 60 acre Lott 


at Pembroke, £30; + share in ye IGs Purchase in ye Last division in Middle- 
boro, £3; To a desperate debt of John Haskell, £11 4s 4d; total, £361 15s 8d. 

John Barker. 

Thomas Doggett. 

James Sprague. 
Dec 23, 1726 Acknowledged as a perfect inventory. 

3556. Rebecca Doggett" (Thomas'), bom Marshfleld, Mass., 
July 29, 1655; died Hingham, Mass., October 4, 1728; married 
Marshfleld, Mass., November 30, 1675, John Wilder, sou of Edward 
and Elizabeth (Eames) Wilder; born Marshfleld, Mass. (?), 1653; 
died Hingham, Mass., April 11, 1724. 

Issue : 

3581. i. Hannah Wilder,^ born Hingham, Mass., November 12, 1676; died 

Hingham, Mass., January 12, 1682. 

3582. ii. Elizabeth Wilder,^ born Hingham, Mass., April 27, 1679; married 

Josiah Sprague, May 17, 1705; he born Hingham, April 23, 1680; 
died March 23, 1760; she died Hingham, October 21, 1755. 

3583. iii. Hannah Wilder,^ born Hingham, Mass., May 3, 1683 ; died Hingham, 

Mass., November 17, 1756. 

3584. iv. Rebecca Wilder,^ born Hingham, Mass., February 27, 1687; died 

Hingham, Mass., June 13, 1743. 

3585. V. Mart Wilder,^ born Hingham, Mass., July 30, 1692 ; married Hing- 

ham, Mass., October 9, 1740, Daniel "Waters; she died Hingham, 

November 10, 1756. 
.3586. vi. Ephraiji Wilder,^ born Hingham, Mass., August 25, 1696. 
3587. vii. Isaac Wilder,^ born Hingham, Mass., 1700. 

From the "Wilder Family" published in 1878 we flnd that John 
Wilder, who married Rebecca Doggett, was a farmer of Hingham, 

His father was Edward Wilder, son of Thomas and Martha Wilder, 
of Shiplock Oxon, Eng., presumed to be the Thomas who was 
proprietor of the Sulham estate, in Berkshire county, Eug. Edward 
AVilder was born in England in 1623, and came with his mother 
to New England in May, 1633. He lived in Hingham till his mother's 
death, in 1652, after which he resided in Marshfleld, Mass. 



3558. Thomas Doggett' (John,^ Thomas'), born Marshfleld, 
Mass., 1676; died Marshfleld, Mass., January 5, 173f ; married 1st, 
Marshfleld, Mass., January 18, 169f, by Rev. Edward Tompsou, to 
Experience Ford, daughter of William Ford, of Marshfleld, Mass., 
born 1676; died Marshfleld, Mass., October 25, 1728; married 2d 
(between 1728 and 1732), Sarah Phillips. 

Issue : 
3588. i. William Doggett,^ born Marshfleld, Mass., October 30, 1699; died 
Marshfleld, Mass., February 16, 1699/1700. 


3589. ii. John Doggett/ born Marshfield, Mass., 1702. 

3590. iii. Peksis Doggett,*' born Marshfield, Mass., May (?), 1704. 

3591. It. Thomas Doggett,'' born Marshfield, Mass., 1706. 

3592. T. Sarah Doggett,'' born Marshfield, Mass., 1709; baptized November 

7, 1709; resided in Marshfield — unmarried — September 30, 1745. 

3593. vi. Experience Doggett," born Marshfield, Mass., 17H; died Lebanon, 

Conn, (previous to November 12), 1736. 

February 27, 1704- John Doggett gives his son Thomas part of 
his upland whereon he dwells. [Plymouth Deeds, 13-157.] 

May 10, 1708. At town meeting at Marshfield: Thomas Doggett 
is chosen on a trial jury at Plymouth. 

March 21, 170|, he is chosen field director. 

January 10, 1710, Thomas Doggett and Isaac Little sell land above 
Mattakeesett to Josiah and Joseph Ford. [Plymouth Deeds, 17-78.] 

February 26, 1710, chosen grand juryman. 

The proprietors' records show the rate of Thomas Doggett for the 
proportioning of his share in the common lands is 8s. 8d., at a meet- 
ing April 3, 1710; at a later meeting, October 9, 1710, when the 
lots were drawn, he drew lota in the first and second divisions. 

March 20, 17if : 

Tliomas Macomber and Thomas Doggett were chosen officers to see the due 
observing of the law relating to swine — also — Joseph Taylor and Thomas 
Doggett were chosen to serve on the Grand Jury at the superior court to be 
holden at Plymouth on the last Tuesday of this inst march. 

At the town meeting September 7, 1719, appointed clerk for the day. 

1720 he is chosen with Joseph Taylor and John Little as surveyor 
of the highways, and at the same meeting to serve on the grand jury. 

WUliam Ford's will, dated 1720, appoints his son-in-law, Thomas 
Doggett, to act as executor. 

March 27, 1721, he is chosen with Samuel Thomas and Timothy 
Rogers as constable. 

At the town meeting May lo, 1727 : 

Thomas Doggett chosen on Jury of Trials at Inferior Court of Common 
Pleas to be held at Plymouth the S"^ Tuesday of June next. Thomas Doggett 
for expences in attending the committee last fall, 1£ Os Od. 

March 25, 1728. Chosen, with Nathaniel Wiuslow and John Car- 
ver, as surveyor of highways. 

March 31, 1729. Town meeting : Thomas Doggett, Samuel Thomas, 
and Ebeuezer Sherman, surveyors of highways. 

February 10, 1729. John Kent and Thomas Doggett chosen to 
serve on grand jury for year ensuing. 

September 20, 1731 : 

At said town meeting Mr. Thomas Doggett being chosen the moderator 
thereof refused the same, then Mr. John Thomas Jr was chosen, who accepted 


January 26, 1732. Thomas Doggett sells laud joining to a place 
called " Doggetts Cedars," to Cornelius White. [Plymouth Deeds, 

March 1, 173|, Thomas Doggett on a jury of trials at the Inferior 
Court at Plymouth, first Tuesday of this inst. March. 

March 24, 173|, the town chooses him surveyor of highways. 

April U, 1736. A rote being called, whether the town would raise 20£ with 
the ministers rate, to assist constable Isaac Phillips, in defending an action com- 
menced by Tliomas Doggett against him, and it past in the negative. 

May 10, 1736. To Constable Isaac Phillips for time and charge, in defending 
his action against Thomas Doggett, deducting out thereof his bill or bills of 
cost when ascertained, 21£ 4s 6d. 

October 13, 1736. He buys of Thomas Phillips the fifty-fifth lot 
in second division of Marshfield. [Plymouth Deeds, 31-88.] 

Living in Marshfield all his life, with his occupation that of a 
farmer, there is some reason to think he may have also been interested 
in the shipping interests on the North river, which during his life- 
time began to increase. In 1736 occurred the death of his youngest 
daughter, which is mentioned in a short letter from James Barker, 
who married Bethiah Ford, a sister of Experience Doggett, dated at 
Lebanon, November 12, 1736, in w^hich he says to Brother Doggett 
that his daughter Experience died of the prevailing sickness there. 
This daughter Experience was baptized at the First Church in Marsh- 
field, August 1, 1714. 

His death occurred at Marshfield, January 5, 173f , and his remains 
were deposited in the Cedar Grove Cemetery, about twenty-eight feet 
back of his uncle Samuel, and a few feet farther from the road. 

His first wife was buried next to the grave in front of his, and 
then- gravestones, in excellent preservation, are of slate stone, and 
inscribed as follows : 

Here Lyes Buried 

Here lyes ye body 

the body of Mr 

of Mrs Experience 

Thomas Doggett 

Doggett wife to Mr 

who deceased 

Thomas Dog 

Jan ye 5 

gett who dyed 


Oct the 25 

ye 60". yeare 

1728 and aged 

of his age 

about 52 years. 

Sarah Doggett, the second wife of Thomas Doggett, married at 
Pembroke, September 7, 1737, Joseph Ford, of Pembroke, by Rev. 
Daniel Lewis. 

October 3, 1743. The court orders to be set off to Mrs. Sarah 
Ford, late widow of Thomas Doggett, her thirds in the real estate. 
[Plymouth Probate, 14-494.] 

The will of Thomas Doggett, of Marshfield, dated April 19, 1736, may 
be found in Plymouth Probate, 7-282. The following are the items : 


Sarah Doggett dearly beloved wife, use of house &c; Son John Doggett 
^ cedar swamp in Pembroke and 30£ : 

son Thomas Doggett, his sword, belt, house and land, mansion I dwell in 
with 30 £ : 

Well beloved daughters Persis Kent, Sarah Doggett, and Experience Dog- 
gett, "all the rest of my moveable estate, except my long gun, which I give 
to my grandson Thomas Doggett who bears my name " : 
Persis Kent his daughter 40£ : 
Sarah Doggett 60£, 1 „„„„..;„., 

Experience Doggett 50£ : / "nni'^™<"[l 
son Thomas Executor. 

Leaves his mulatto servant to executor, he finding her a new Bible, at the 
expiration of her time. Proved Jan 31, 1736. 


Wm Sherman 
Joseph White 
James Speague 

The "Inventory of the real and personal estate of Thomas 
Doggett," recorded in Plymouth Probate, 7-311, nets £278 10s. 4d. 
personal estate; £910 Os. Od. real estate; vpith debts, £150 17s. 8d; 
so the valuation of his estate was £1,037 12s. 8d. 

The items are as follows : 

Purse and apparel 17£ ; 1 Bed and furniture Bedstead ; 2 Beds and bedding 
Bedstead and cord ; I Bed ; Feathers ; Sword ; 4 3'ds of all wool cloth ; Knives and 
forks; Silver Buckle; Linen; Flannel Sheet; IRig; Candles & Bray Tallow; 
Shears; Bible; old Pewter; Bed Pan; Box Iron and Heaters; Button mold; 
Small pieces of Buckram ; Cheese Press ; Wheel ; Bedstead and Cord ; a chair 
table; Cupboard; Pork & Tub; Cheesee Hoops & felloes ; Beer cask; Churn; 
Sundry things in chest: Castile soap and other small wares; Shoe leather Thread 
&c ; Small box with what is in it ; Sugar and what it is in ; Earthern Pot & Honey ; 
Shots or bullets; Glass Bottles; Hour Glass and other glasses ; Earthern ware; 
Warming Pan ; Silver headed cane ; Mug Porringer & Cup ; Looking Glass ; 

Gun; Earthern Pots; Great Bible, 1£ 15s; Books, 1£ 16s; Brass Kittle & 
Skillett; Pots, Pot Hooks, Kettle & frying pan; Hand Irons; Fire shovel & tongs; 
Spit & Grid Iron ; Trammel ; Tin ware ; Six Plats Brasses & Tan Card ; Cards ; 
Warping Brass spool & frame; Tub; Oil Jar; Small old wheel; Iron Tools; Old 
wheel; The Indian Girl, 7£ 10s; Old cradle; Shingles; Chain Yokes, Cop Sled 
& Plough; Grindstone & crank ; Ham, Sheep Shears ; Pillion; Cyder; Chest; 
Small wheel ; Cheeses ; Indian corn ; Wheat, Leather bag ; Beans ; Butter & Tub ; 
A loom; Forks Pole & Rake; Cast Kope; Iron wedges; Ciist & wheels; An old 
Gun; One pair of oxen; 3 Cows ; 1 Bull; Calf; House & furniture; Swine; 
Goese; Dunghil fowls; Horse Gears; Old Cast wheels ; Tub & 2 Pails ; Cheese 
Tongs; Trays & Keeler; Chest & Table; Old Iron; Iron Tools; Board nails; 
Chains ; Hog fat, Sewett ; Meal troughs & meal ; xMeattub&c; Toweyarn; Old 
wheel tubs &c ; Baskets ; Homestead & Buildings, £810 ; One wood lot, 55£ ; One 
small lot, 13£ ; Cedar swamp, 32£. 

Marshfield Mass. 

May 24, 1737 

3561. Hannah Doggett^ {John,^ Thomas'), born Marshfield, 
Mass., December 28, 1693; married Marshfield, Mass., March 9, 
17^, by Rev. James Gardner, to Ebenezer White, son of Daniel 
and Hannah (Huut) White, and grandson of Peregrine White; born 
Marshfield, Mass., August 3, lfi91. 

Issue : 
3694. i. Obadiah White,'' born Marshfield, Mass., March 27, 1716. 


3595. ii. Rebecca Whitk,'' born MarshfieM, Mass., November 17, 1718. 

3596. iii. Hannah White,'' born Marshfiekl, Ma«s., March 13, 17j5. 

3597. It. Chosen White,'' born Marshfield, Mass., July 16, 1722.' 

3562. Thomas Blanchard ^ (Hannah Doggett,^ TJiomas'), bom 
Charlestowu, Mass., April 28, 1674; died Andover, Mass., March 
17, 1759; mari'ied 1st, Andover, Mass., March 22, 169f, Rose 
Holmes, daughter of Abraham and EHzabeth (Arnold) Holmes, of 
Marshfield, Mass.; born 1674; died Andover, Mass., August 27, 
1714; married 2d, Andover, Mass., September 21, 1715, Hannah 
Gowen, widow of Mr. Gowen, of Linn (Reading), Mass.; died 
Andover, Mass., .June 25, 1724; married .3d, Maiden, Mass., Febru- 
ary 21, 172|, Judith Hill, widow of Zechary Hill, of Maiden, Mass. ; 
born 1677; died December 1, 1767. 

3568. Susanna Sherman' {Sarah Doggett,- Thomas^), born 
Marshfield, Mass., 1678; died Marshfield, Mass., December 22, 
1766; married Marshfield, Mass., February 18, 1700, John White, 
son of Daniel and Hannah (Hunt) White, and grandson of Pere- 
grine White; born Marshfield, Mass., April 26, 1675; died Marsh- 
field, Mass., September 7, 1753. 

Issue : 

3598. i. Hannah White,'' born Marshfield, Mass., March 28, 1702; "first 

school dame of which there is record;" died unmarried. 

3599. ii. John White,' born Marshfield, Mass., August 17, 1704; married 

Joanna Sprague, 1729; he died Marshfield, Mass. 

3600. iii. Adijah White,'' born Marshfield, Mass., fjctober 8, 1706; married 

Anna Little, and had William = and Sylranus ; * Abijah died 
Boston, October 29, 1775; buried "King Chapel Yard;" vrido'H' 
died Marshfield, March 11, 1791. 

3601. iv. Sarah White,'' born Marshfield, Mass., May 31, 1710; married Isaac 

Phillips, January 25, 1727; she died Marshfield, Mass., February, 
1788; he died Marshfield, Mass., September, 1787. 

3602. V. Rebecca White,'' born Marshfield, Mass., December, ,1713 ; died 

Marshfield, Mass., 1716. 

3603. Ti. Stltanus White," born Marshfield, Mass., July 24, 1718; died 

Marshfield, Mass., December 19, 1742. 

3604. vii. Jesse White," born Marshfield, Mass., December 7, 1720; married 

Catherine Charlotte Wilhelmina Sybellina Warner, a German lady ; 
he lived on the Peregrine White estate; died Marshfield, Mass. 

3570. Samuel Doggett' (Samuel,' Thomas^), born Marshfield, 
Mass., Api-il7, 1685 ; died Boston, Mass., September(?), 1745; mar- 
ried Marshfield, Mass., February 20, 

17fg, by Rev. James Gardner, to Bethia ^^^J^i^ ^^^o^ ^^^^i^^ 
Waterman, daughter of Joseph and Sarah ""^ «=^^^^^ 

(Snow) Waterman; born Marshfield, Mass., August 20, 1687; died 
Boston, Mass., November 28, 1746. 

Issue : 

3605. i. Amos Doggett," born Marshfield, Mass., May 25, 1710. 

3606. ii. Ltdia Doggett," born Marshfield, Mass., 3, 1712. 


3607. iii. Zilpiia Doggett,'' born Marslifleld, Mass., November 3, 1714. 

3608. iv. S.vRAH Doggett/ born MarslifieW, Mass., October, 1716. 

3609. T. Bethia Doggett,-' born Marshfield, Mass., 1718. 

3610. vi. Samuel Doggett,'' born Marsbfleld, Mass., 1720. 

3611. vii. Joseph Doggett,'' born M.arshfield, Mass., 1722. 

3612. viii. Noah Doggett,*' born Marshfield, Mass., 1727. 

The records at Marshfield do not mention Samuel Doggett, until we 
find the record of his marriage to Bethia Waterman. She belonged to 
that family of Waterman of whom we read in ' ' We and our Kins- 
folk " : "We have it by tradition that the Waterman family came 
from Germany to Wales, and from Wales to Norwich, England.'' 
" Many hundred years ago they were famous seamen." " Robert, who 
was at Salem 1636, at Plymouth 1638, and at Marshfield 1642, true 
to the family tradition, did more or less business on the deep." " He 
married 16.38, Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas Bourne, and at his death 
in 1653 left, under the guardianship of Anthony Snow and his uncle 
Josias Winslow, three sons, John, Joseph, and Robert." Joseph 
married the daughter of his guardian, and was the father of Bethia, 
who married Samuel Doggett. Joseph Waterman's will, dated August 
6, 1709, proved March 12, 1710, shows he left an estate valued at 
£2,500, of which his daughter Bethia received £100. 

October 9, 1710. At a meeting of the proprietors of Marshfield, 
Samuel Doggett, Jr., drew lot No. 55 in the first division, and No. 57 
in the second division, and thus became a landholder in his native 

Whether his connection with the Waterman family had an infiuence 
in his choice of a vocation, or whether the growth of the business of 
shipbuilding drew his attention to the sea, is not known ; but we find 
him the first of the family to follow the callings suggested in the fol- 
lowing extracts : 

Jan 1, 1710/11 Samuel Doggett Jr of Marslifleld "boatman" buys of 
Joshua Gushing for 323£, piece of upland containing 30 acres and salt marsh 
containing 5 acres, -vi-ith all the housing, out housing buildings and orchards, 
bounded on the north by the North river, beginning at " Ye mouth of ye great 
creek." [Plymouth Deeds, 8-105.] 

Jan 26, 1710 Samuel Doggett Jr of Marshfield "Mariner" for 3n£ paid by 
James Gardner of Marshfield 2 lots of land in Marshfield adjacent to Fuddcr 
Wharf Brook, about 50 acres. [Plymouth Deeds, 10-605.] 

The first deed is probably that of the land on which he lived during 
the rest of the time he made Marshfield 'his home ; it is located near 
East Marshfield, and now called Bryant's pasture. 

On the upland, not far from the river, are some old apple-trees and 
the walls of an ancient cellar, which was surrounded by bushes and 
small trees in 1886, and supposed to be the site of his house. 

The view from this spot overlooking the river is one of quiet, restful 
beauty, and it is difficult to picture it as it looked in former days. 


when, as we read in the " History of Plymouth County," it was the 
scene of busy industry. The North river, which forms the boundary 
of a portion of Marshiield in its winding way of twenty miles through 
the meadows, from Ludden's ford to the sea, is one of surpassing 
beauty. The tide rose and fell many feet, while its banks were lined 
with shipyards, and more shipbuilding was carried on here than upon 
any other river in New England. At Little's bridge, once Doggett's 
ferry, vessels were built at one time on the Marshfield side of the 
river. Below this point the river expands greatly in width, the salt 
meadows form a vast expanse, and the scenery takes on grand pro- 
portions of beauty. The river near its mouth between that and the 
P'ourth Cliff was sometimes called New Harbor, and vessels wintered 
there from earliest times. 

Commerce with the West Indies has been carried on from thence, 
and there is reason to believe that Samuel Doggett was one of those 
interested in that trade. 

December 10, 1711. Town meeting : Samuel Doggett, Jr., on a 
jury of trials at the next Inferior Court at Plymouth, third Tuesday 
of the list. 

In an account book of Arthur Howland, now (1888) in possession 
of Miss Thomas, of Marshfield, under date July 24, 1714, — charge 
to Samuel Doggett for writing a bond, bill of sale, and five bonds, 
settled by paper, jack-knife, logwood, copper. 

February 21, 17fi. Town meeting: He was chosen on jury of 
trial at next Inferior Court at Plymouth. 

March 20, 17-^f. Town meeting: Samuel Doggett, Jr., Constable. 
In the will of John Rogers, of Marshfield, dated May 9, 1718 
(Plymouth Probate, 4-130), is the following: 

" Item I give to my grandson Samuel Doggett 20£ in money to be 
paid him within two years after my decease." 
March 23, 172f . On trial jury. 

May 16, 1726. Town meeting: "Voted and agreed with Samuel 
Doggett to keep the town stock of ammunition, and to make it good 
whenever the town shall demand it of him, and the town to allow him 
10s. a year for the keeping the same." 
September 7, 1726. On the jury. 

March 27, 1727, Samuel Doggett chosen one of the selectmen of 
Marshfield. February 24, 172|, on grand jury. March 25, 172f, 
Samuel Doggett, tithingman, and on the same date grand juryman. 

During these years Samuel Doggett had been extending his busi- 
ness relations, and his vessels, either commanded by himself or those 
in his employ, sailed from the North river or the port of Boston, in 
the co:i8ting trade, and also across the Atlantic. At that time the 
territory now comprised in the State of Maine was attracting attention 


as a new settlement, and a number of Boston capitalists, securing a 
tract of land, formed the Wiscasset Company, which settled the 
town now bearing that name. 

Samuel Doggett was interested in the settlement of the territory ; 
and : 

Feb 8, 1730 At a meeting of the Wiscasset Projirietors at the Royal Ex- 
change Boston. 

Voted Mr Samuel Doggett, Twenty five acres of linrl in the 2nd division 
for every family that he shall settle on our land at Sheepscot within the term of 
24 months from this time to the number of 40 families which settlements shall 
be agreeable to our articles of agreement. Above 25 acres of Land is given as a 
gratuity for all the charge and trouble tlie said Doggett is or shall be at, in set- 
tling the same. 

Jan IS, 1731 Voted Mr Samuel Doggett to get a good surveyor to lay out 
the above township directly at the charge of the Proprietors. 

Jan 11, 173f Voted Mr Samuel Doggett and Mr Andrew Tyler to go to 
the Records in order to compare Robert's deeds with ours. Voted to lay out 
the 74, hundred acre lots, according to the discretion of Mr Samuel Doggett. 

1738 At a meeting held, the lots which have been laid out are drawn. 
Samuel Doggett, 1 lot. 

Feb 22 173t He pays 53£ for land at Sheepscott. 

April 13, 1730. Samuel Doggett, " yeoman," buys of Daniel Mac- 
Lucas, of Pembroke, two lots containing about thirty acres. [Ply- 
mouth Deeds, 25-218.] 

The growing interest in the vicinity of Sheepscott river evidently 
made that a promising iield for investment. 

Nov 2, 1730, Samuel Doggett of Marshfield, mariner, buys of Jonathan 
Loring of Boston, currier for 25£ one full 64* part of all that land called 
George Davies Right of land in Sheepscott River, reference being had to the 
several Indian Deeds for bounderies. [York Deeds, 20-158.] 

Nov 2, 1730 He .also buys another 64th part of the same tract from John 
Burt of Boston, Goldsmith, for the same amount. [York Deeds, 20-158.] 

January 25, 1731. lu Arthur Rowlands account book, already 
referred to, he says: "This day paid Samuel Doggett all I owed 
him on my own account and all that was due him on M. Eames her 

The residents at East and North Marshfield were rather distant 
from the church, and this led to a demand for a church nearer home. 
In 1730 several, among whom was Samuel Doggett, were members 
who paid for preaching at North Marshfield, as appears from a paper 
in possession of Miss Thomas. 

The first church records show: " Nov. 7, 1731 — Bethia wife of 
Samuel Doggett taken into the church at Marshfield." 

March 24, 1734. Marshfield town meeting: Samuel Doggett 
chosen town treasurer. 

The treasurer's account-book kept by Samuel Doggett when in that 
office, now (1885) in the possession of Miss Thomas, shows entries 


in his handwiitiug beginning February 7, 1734, and extending 

through the year 1739. 

March 22, 173f, I , ^^ .^ , 

M • h 21 17S6 1 ^^i^^i^^^ Doggett chosen town treasurer. 

May 10, 1737 Voted — That the sums hereafter mentioned be raised by way 
of rate and paid to the persons hereafter named as followeth, 

To Mr Samuel Doggett for keeping of Joseph Rose and his wife 25 £ Os Od. 

March 27, 1738. Samuel Doggett was chosen town treasurer, who 
accepted of said trust, and in open meeting agreed with the town to 
serve in that office for 30s. this year. 

May 22, 1738. Voted that the selectmen be desired to make up 
the town accounts with Mr. Samuel Doggett, their treasurer. 

March 1, 173|. Samuel Doggett town treasurer. 

May 14, 1739 — Samuel Doggett and Jedidiah Bourne were chosen and ap- 
pointed agreeably to Province Law to serve on the Jury of Trials at the next 
Court of Session of the Peace and Inferior Court of Common Pleas to be held at 
Plymouth on the third Tuesday of May instant. 

May 21, 1739, Samuel Doggett for being treasurer four years last 
past at 30s. = £6. 

May 25, 1741. Voted, To allow to Samuel Doggett £1 10s. Od. 
for his service as town treasurer, 1739. 

The growth of Boston and the consequent centring of business 
interests there made it necessary that Samuel Doggett, with his in- 
terest in shipping, should be there much of the time. 

In making voyages himself he would naturally start and return 
there, and this probably decided him to leave his native town aud 
make his home in Boston. 

The first move in that du-ection we find in the sale of his lauds in 
Marshfield, April 19, 1742. The deed (Plymouth Deeds, 35-80) 

Samuel Doggett of Marshtield, yeoman for 1800£ paid by Seth Bryant of 
Scituate, shipwright all that my farm whereon I now dwell in Marshtield con- 
taining about 60 acres of upland and meadow land lying on both sides the high- 
way, bounded partly to the North River on the N., the highway that goes 
from said river toward the Precinct Meeting House to the E : another lot of 6 
acres near the south end of the farm : the 20"' lot in the !«' Division ; the 35"» and 
45* lots in the 2"^ Division of Marshfield 

After the sale of the estate in Marshfield it appears they still lived 
there for two years, at which time Mrs. Doggett came to Boston. By 
a law which obliged every one moving to Boston to prove they should 
not become a charge on the town, we are enabled to show just when 
Mrs. Doggett came to Boston. 

In the Boston Selectmen's Minutes, p. 101, report of meeting June 
6, 1744: 


Mrs Bethia Doggett from Marshfield lodges at Mr Wheelers, has been in 
Town about 25 Days. Ordered That She be Warned to depart the Town 
in Fourteen Days unless She give Security to Indemnify the Town from any 
Charge upon her Ace' as the Law directs. 

About this time (1744) arrangements were being made by the 
Province of Massachusetts Bay to make an expedition against Louis- 
burg, and among the vessels engaged by the government to aid in 
the attack were those of Samuel Doggett. The expedition sailed 
from Boston, bearing three thousand men, to attack a stronghold 
which had been called the Gibraltar of America, and whose very 
fortifications were said to have cost five million dollars. On April 
30, 1745, the fleet, with additions from England, New Hampshire, and 
Connecticut, came in sight of Louisburg, and found its strength not 
exaggerated. The walls were twenty or thirty feet high and forty 
feet thick, surrounded by a ditch eighty feet wide, defended by one 
hundred and eighty-three pieces of artillery, besides sixty more in the 
two outlying batteries. 

For six weeks Louisburg was besieged, and on Juue 17 the fort 

Voltaire, in his " SiMe de Louis XV.," ranks among the great 
events of the period this capture of a strong fortress by the husband- 
men of New England. In the Massachusetts State Archives, Vol. 
LXXIL, p. 778, is found: 

Account of the charge of the transport vessels employed in his Majesties Ser- 
vice in the expedition against Cape Breton, and for the service of his Majestys 
Garrison at Louisburg exclusive of such as were Laden with stores, by express 
orders from the Admiral and General. 

Among the list of vessels : 

Sloop Dolphin, S. Doggett, master — 6 men — time of entry Feb 18, 1745, 
discharge Nov 28, sailors wages 102£ 9s 7d, hire of vessel 169£ 13s Od. 

Whether the sloop Dolphin returned to Boston previous to the time 
of her discharge has not been ascertained, but it is probable Samuel 
Doggett was in Boston when he died, in September, 1745. 

The Boston papers of September 23 mention the arrival of sixty 
sick men from Louisburg on September 19, and it may have been 
Samuel Doggett was one of the number. 

The family were then living in Boston; between King street (now 
State street) and Dock square, and here it is probable he died. 

His estate paid for a gravestone, but it has not been located, so 
it is not known exactly when he died or where he was buried, and the 
city or church records examined contain no uote to assist in the 
search. His widow Bethia died the following year, and was buried 
in the Granary Burial-ground, in Boston, where a stone erected to her 


memory, standing about half-way back from Tremont street, and not 
far from the side of Park-street Church, is inscribed as follows : 

Here lyes buried 
the Body of M^^ 
Bethiah Uoggett 
wife to M' Samuel 
Doggett aged 60 
years died Nov 
ye 28. 1746. 

In Suffolk Probate (38-155) Josiah Willard, Esq., grants letters 
of administration to Bethiah Doggett on the estate of her husband, 
Samuel Doggett, mariner, deceased, dated September 28, 1745. 

Boston, October 1, 1745. An inventory of the estate of Mr. 
Samuel Doggett, deceased. [Suffolk Probate, 38-370.] 

301 lbs of Pewter @ 6s 6d, £9 16s 44d, 114 lbs of old Pewter @ 4s 6d, 15s 
9d, £12 Ss I4d; 274 lbs Brass @ 5s, £6 2s 6d ; 12 lb Brass 7s, 84s, £10 6s 6d ; 
an old pan 3s, Iron Potts & Kittles, £5 os, £5 8s; an old pan & flesh fork 2s, 
a pewter still £5, £5 2; andirons & Trammels £5, Tongs & Firepan 12s, £5 
12s; a pair of Bellows 5s, a looking Glass 5s, 10s; Knives & forks & candle- 
stick, 15s, old iron, £5, £5 15s; Axes 53s, Betle & wedges 8s, across cut saw 50s, 
£5 lis; 32 oz 15 dwt Silver @ 33s, £52 16s; Scailes & weights 60s, a pr of stil- 
yards 35s, £4 15s; old BB & tubs £8, Pails & woodenware 40s, £10; 3 wheel- 
barrows 45s, bottles & earthen ware 14s, £2 19s; The Books 80s, a pocket 
compas 10s, £4 10s; Shott Bullets 'Flints Razors buttons etc £2; a parcel of 
coopers tools £4 9s; old canvas £8, Logwood 30s, 3 lbs Goose feathers 12s, 
2 beds and blankets, £27 10s ; an old side saddle 20s, 5 Shirts £6 10s, 2 Hatts 50s, 
£10; wearing apparell, £13; Spy Glass 40s, 5 Guns & 2 Pistells £15, £17; 
2 Mackeril led and a cod line, £1 ; a bed & cloaths £20, 1 Ditto £25, £45 ; Button 
& Mohair 25s, 6 Chairs 48s, 6 Ditto 30s, £5 3; 1 Bed & Cloaths £25, 3 pr Sheets 
£6, £31 ; Table Linen 77s, 3 Tables 60s. £6 17s; a cask of rice £8, 4 Chests 80s, 
£12; a small hammer 5s, a tin tunnel & 3 Brishes 15s, £1 ; The Sloop " Swan" 
with cables anchors Sails Rigging, Boat & all stores to her belonging £750; 
The Sloop " Dolphin" & appurtenances, £1100. Old Tenor, £2132 lis lOd 

a just and true appraisement of the estate of Mr Samuel Doggett deceased. 
Joh'^ Tilden — Jabez Hatch — John Otis — 

N.B. There is a bond of Luther Bryants for the sum of £100 in Bills of 
the Province of the last emission to be paid at the Decease of Bethiah, the 
deceaseds now widow. 

There is also a Tract of Land at Sheepscott the value unknown. 

This inventory was presented to the court by Bethiah Doggett and 
recorded December 26, 1745. 

November 25, 174G. Bethiah Doggett presents an account of her 
administration to date (Suffolk Probate, 39-252), which is as follows : 

Suffolk S.S. The account of Bethiah Doggett administratrix of the estate of 
her late husband Samuel Doggett Late of Boston, mariner, deceased. 

The said accountant chargeth herself with all and singular the Goods and 
chattels of the said deceased specifyd in an inventory thereof by her exhibited 
into the Probate office on the 26 day of Dec. 1745, amounting to the sum of 
£2132 lis lOd as also with Sundries since Rec'd viz. of the Hon"'': Com"!" of 
Warr &c £674 6s 5d ; of Mr Belnap 14s ; of Mrs Dwelley 8s, £1 2s ; of Mr Isaiah 
Barrett £3 5s; of Mr Gam' Smith money due on a whale voyage £200; of Mr 
Isaac Smith £30; of Mr Jonathan Tilden £30 10s; £60 10s. Old tenor, £3071 
13s 3d. 


And the said accountant prays allowance for sundries by herpaid as follows : viz. 
To John Hooker for Burial per acct, £6 9s ; To the Coffin, £8 ; Paid for 6 pair 
of Gloves, 72s : £11 12s ; Paid Horse lure for a man to go to Marshfield to acquaint 
the deceased Friends of his death, £3 ; Paid Jabez Hatch his Ballance, £42 4s ; 
Peleg Perry his ditto, £117s6d; Philip Bongardeen for Rent, £13 15s; John 
Erving Esq a Bond dated May 2, 1745, £24G Is 7d ; Wifford Fisher in full, £3 Ss ; 
Edward Gray his ballance, £u'4 lis ad; MicW Seive in full, £4; To an allowance 
to the Hon'"''-' Committee of war for a Cable they supplyed the Sloop " Dolphin " 
with as per Certificate, £1.59 14s 4d ; Paid Ebenezer Damon & Receipt, £3; 
Thomas Palfrey in full, £110 3s; James Bowdoin Esq on acct, £S7; ditto in full 
of two Bonds, £230 2s; ditto in full of all accts, £100; Doc' Eleazer Harlow, 
£1 18s; James Beighton in full, £18 5s; William Thomas in full, £3 ; Oxenbridge 
Thacher in full, £29 15s 3d; Susanna Decrow in full, £6 10; .\bi-ail Foster in 
full for Susanna Callender, £3 Is; Peleg Bryant in full, £11; \ViUi:.m Snoden in 
full, £.i6 5s 2d; Samuel Sturgis in full, £33 : £89 5s 2d; .Jos. Grant in full, £14; 
Wn Wheeler in full, £13 18s 6d : £27 18s 6d ; Henry Ames for Grave Stones, £2 ; 
William Palfrey, £6 7s lOd; Benjamin Barnard in full,91s2d : £10 19s; John Hall 
of Marshfield, 17s (id ; Jn Hubbard in full, £10 : £10 1 7s 6d; Joseph Doggett a debt, 
£.399 18s 5d; Samuel Doggett his disbursements, £57; .John Sprague, £87 188 ; 
PaidThos Savage, £(10: £147 18s; For Letters of Admin':°" &c, £1 9s; Record of 
the Inventory etc, 16s ; To the .administratrix for necessary Implements of House- 
hold, £40; To the .administratrix for her time and trouble, £10; Drawing allow- 
ing & recording this account &c, £1 15s. Old tenor, £1920 4s. 

Bethiah Doggett died a few days after the above account was re- 
turned to the Probate Court, and before she had fully administered 
on the estate of her husband. May 20, 1747, Keuelm Winslow, of 
Boston, brazier, was appointed to complete the administration of the 
estate, the letters being granted to him by request of two of the chil- 
dren, Lydia Cliff and Bethiah Doggett. The Suffolk Probate records 
contain no return of administration on said estate by Kenelm Winslow. 

3571. Mart Doggett^ {Samuel,^ Thomas^), born Marshfield, 
Mass., April 26, 1687; married Marshfield, Mass., September 29, 
1712, by Rev. James Gardner, to Eleazer White, son of Daniel and 
Hannah (Hunt) White, and grandson of Peregrine White; born 
Marshfield, Mass., November 8, 1686. 

Issue : 

Nehemah White,* born Marshfield, Mass., .January 14, 1713. 
Peregrine White,'' born Marshfield, M.iss., September 18, 1715. 
Eleazek White,'' born Marshfield, Mass., March 8, 1717. 
Elkanah White,'' born Marshfield, Miiss., December 10, 1719. 
Mary White,'' born Marshfield, Mass., March 23, 1715'. 
Benaiah White,* born Marshfield, Mass., September 19, 1724. 
Penelope White,* born Marshfield, Mass., June 13, 1727. 

3620. viii. Thoma.s White,* born Marshfield, Mass., June 29, 1729. 

3621. ix. Rebecca White,* born Marshfield, Mass., August 18, 1731; married 

John Hyland. 

3572. Sarah Doggett' {Scumiel,^ Thomas^), born Marshfield, 
Mass., April 7, 1689; married Marshfield, Mass., January 12, 1710, 
by Rev. James Gardner, to John Allen, son of Joseph and Rebecca 
Allen ; born Braintree, Mass., July 8, 1686. 

Issue : 

3622. 1. John Allen,* born Braintree, Mass., May 19, 1711. 














Cai'T. Ekexkzer DoGGETr. Plymouth, Mass 


3623. ii. Isaac Allen/ born Braintree, Mass., October 26, 1713; married 1st, 
Braintree, February 16, 173J, Deborah Hayward; married 2d, 
Braintree, 1756, Hannah Hayward. 

3624.111. Bbthiah Allen, ■• born Braintree, Mass., March 23, 1716; married 
Braintree, December 12, 1734, Jonathan Nash, of Weymouth, Mass. 

3625. iv. Sarah Allen,'' born Braintree, Mass., March 4, 17{^. 

3574. Capt. Ebenezee Doggett^ (Samuel," Thomas '■), born 
Mfirshfield, Mass., November 22, 1693; died Boston, Mass., Decem- 
ber (?), 1746; married 1st, Plymouth, Mass., June 9, 1720, by Mr. 
Little, to Elizabeth Rickard, daughter of John and Mary Rickard, of 
Plymouth; died Plymouth, Mass., December 7, 1731; married 2d, 
Plymouth (?), Mass., September (?), 1733, Desii'e Rickard. 

Issue : 

3626. i. Ebenezee Doggett,' born Plymouth, Mass., July 5, 1722; died 

Plymouth, Mass., December 20, 1722. 

3627. ii. .John Doggett,'' born Plymouth, Mass., February 6, 172J ; possibly 

removed to Liverpool, N.S., and had wife Dorcas, who administered 
on his estate, August 27, 1781; if so, some items credited to John 
(No. 3673) may belong here. 

3628. iii. Ebenezer Doggett,'' born Plymouth, Mass., July 17, 1726. 

3629. iv. Samuel Doggett,'' born Plymouth, Mass., January 20, 172|. 

3630. r. . Doggett,' born Plymouth, Mass., October 23, 1730; died Ply- 

mouth, Mass., November, 1730. 

3631. vi. Elizabeth Doggett,^ born Marshfield, Mass., May 14, 1738. 

Ebenezer Doggett was baptized September 27, 1702, at the Fii-st 
Church in Marshfield. Like his brother Samuel, he is called at dif- 
ferent times "yeoman" and "mariner." Early Boston newspapers 
mention his sailing from that port to the Caroliuas and to New- 
foundland, and it is probable he made voyages to the West Indies 
and possibly across the Atlantic. Captain Doggett married a Ply- 
mouth lady for his first wife, and made his home in Plymouth, where 
he bought of Ignatius Gushing (husband of Mrs. Doggett's sister) a 
dwelling-house, which Mr. Cushing had just built. 

The house was deeded to him May 16, 1720, and in the deed Cap- 
tain Doggett is called " late of Marshfield, now of Pljmiouth." 
[Plymouth Deeds, 15-27.] 

This house he made his home until after his second marriage, when 
he removed to Marshfield, sometime between December 14, 1734, and 
May 14, 1738, and sold the house to Thomas Foster, February 3, 
1743, for £230, and with it his pew in the meeting-house in Plymouth. 
[Plymouth Deeds, 36-103.] 

This pew had been hired May 26, 1740, by Samuel Clarke, of 
Plymouth. [Plymouth Deeds, 34-218.] 

The Doggett house, after being owned and occupied by many 
Plymouth families, became the property of Mr. Chas. T. Holmes, of 
Plymouth, who had it torn down during the winter of 1884-5. Dur- 
ing the previous summer it was my privilege to see the house, which 


had retained its original style and finish, and was located on the 
town square, the lot having adjoined the town house. The house 
set back about twenty feet from the square, the front toward the 
town house, and overlooking the bay. Entering the front door, the 
hall was found to be of good size, and the sides dadoed to a height of 
about four feet, with panels which divided the space above the base- 
board into a series of small square panels over the same number of 
long ones. The parlor on the right, which was rather higher studded 
than the rest of the ground floor, was about eight feet high, and con- 
tained an open fireplace, high dado, and windows looking toward the 
square and the water. The next room of importance, the kitchen or 
living-room, was of large size, and entered from the end of the hall or 
from the other rooms. 

Here was the large fireplace, and in the back the iron Hreback, on 
which was the English coat of arms. 

This flreback weighs one hundred and fifty-seven pounds, is about 
three feet long, supposed to have been cast in England, and is now 
in the possession of the writer. The quaint staircase, the panelling, 
the small window-panes, all attracted one's attention, and the second 
story was as interesting as the first. 

Augusts, 1727. Ebenezer Doggett bought of his brother, Isaac 
Doggett, his interest in the estate of their father, Samuel Doggett. 
[Plymouth Deeds, 22-72.] 

As Seth Doggett died without issue, Ebenezer became possessed of 
the real estate of his father, according to the will, and with his mother 
began the sale of the Marshfield and Pembroke lands. Ten transfers 
were made by him, which are recorded in Plymouth county, between 
1734 and 1745, besides the purchase and sale of his house in the 
town of Plymouth, previously mentioned. In all there is deeded 
fully two hundred and fifty acres of land, amounting to about 

The town records of IMarshfield contain only the following items 
regarding Captain Doggett, and it does not appear that he held any 
offices in the town during his residence there : 

" March 1, 173f. Chosen to serve on the Grand Jury on Tuesday 
preceding the last Tuesday of April. 

"March 29, 1742. Chosen to serve on the Grand Jury at Ply- 
mouth 2'"' Tuesday of April next. 

"June 28, 1742. Chosen on Grand Jury at the Superior Court at 
Plymouth 2°'' Tuesday in July next." 

After the final sale of land in Marshfield on November 5, 1745, 
Captain Doggett probably soon removed to Boston as more central 
for a place of residence, and as it was the port from which he had 
sailed as early as 1727, and possibly before. 


During the following year he died, but the exact date of his death 
has not been found. 

His widow, Desire Doggett, and his son, John Doggett, were ap- 
pointed administrators of his estate, Boston, December 9, 1746. 
[Suffolk Probate, 39-276.] 

(.39-298.) Inventory of estate of Ebenezer Doggett, appraised 
December 16, 1746: 

A parcel of new earthern ware, £7; 5 yds new Broad Cloth @ 7os, £18 I5s; 
A Gun & Bayonet £5 a small pistol 15s, £5 15s; wearing apparel viz: a great 
coat, 3 close bodyed coats ^ 4 jackets — a pair of breeclies a pair Kersey ditto 

— 4 sliirts — a hat and wig, 5 pair stockings, £64 ; 1 Brass Kittle & Skillet, £9 ; 
Sundry Pewter platers, plates etc w'. 43 @ 5s, £10 15s ; 2 Iron Pots — 5 skillets 

— a dripping pan & spit & frying pan, £6; 5 candlesticks, 16s; 1 pr Tongs & fire 
shovel, 3 Trammels & chafing disli, £4; 2 pr Andirons tongs & fire shovel & a 
toasting iron, £:'. ; 4 axes 50s a pair Brass Scales & weights & carpenters adze 
20s, £3 10s; 2 old pr stilyards Ijs earthern & glassware Knives & forks 65s, £1; 
Sundry Tin & Glass & earthern ware, £5 ; Sundry tubs & pails 20s 2 Kitchen 
tables &, 10 chairs 55s, £3 15s; an old oval oak table and joint stool 25s 6 chairs 
20s, £2 5s; 5 chiiirs 18s 2 pair bellows 12s, £1 10; 2 saws, 2 whale irons 70s 1 
warming pan 25s, £4 15s ; A box, 2 chests & a trunk 50s a table & trunk 30s, £4 ; 
a box Iron & heaters 20s a small stand & candlestick 3s, £1 3s; a case of 5 
bottles los sundry old books 50s, £3 5s ; 4 small looking glasses 85s a quadrant & 
nocturnal £6, £10 5s; 2 Cod lines and ledds, £2; 1 feather bed, bedstead & bed- 
clothing, £28; 3 feather beds & 1 Hammock, £60; an old under bed & bedding 
£5 12 pr Sheets £20, £25; 13 pillow biers, £5 4s; 1 doz Napkins & towels 50s 4 
Table Cloths 90s, £7; 1^ BB flour ^ bushels pears & a barrel Pork, £25; 
2 live hogs, £6; 25 oz 11 pwt Silver @ 42s, £53 13s Id; 6 pwt Gold @ £32 per 
oz, £9 12s; Bills of old tenor, £68 IBs 2d; A bond of Isaac Smith & others, 
£400; old tenor, £862 lis 3d. 

.Tames Gold 
Daniel Ingersol 
Jons Marshall 
Desire Doggett appeared & made oatli that the above was a full account of 
estate of her late husband Dec 30, 1746. 

June 8, 1747, an intention of marriage between John Frazier and 
Desire Doggett, of Boston, is recorded, and July 30, 1747, they were 
married by the minister of the New South Church. 

Suffolk Probate, 41-99. Account of Desire Frazier and John 
Doggett, administrators of Ebenezer Doggett, late of Boston, mari- 
ner, deceased. 

charge themselves with £862 Us 3d; Rec'd since of Susannah Howland, £1 
7s 6d; Isaac Phillips, £1 17s 7d ; Barnabas Rayment, 8s 5d ; John Wliites 
estate, £10 10s; Thomas Eames, £12s; Thomas Church, £36; Gushing, 

19s 2d; old tenor, £916 15s. 3d. 

and the said accountants pray allowance as follows viz. Paid for letters of 
administration, £1 15s; paid for exhib. Inventory, oaths, 16s; Allowance to 
Isaac Smith out of his bond being previously received but not receipted for 
£70; Paid for funeral charges &. mourning for widow &, children, £145 19s 8d; 
Daniel Johonnot, £8 6s; Brattle Oliver, £5 10s; Mary Hubbard, a quarters 
rent, £15; Jonathan Gushing of Kingston his acct., £9 5s; Peleg Ford, £3; 
Thomas Murdock, £4 lid; Anthony Winslow, 9s 4d; iMlchael Foord for rate 
due 1745, £6 18s; Samuel Foster, £5 Us 6d; Oxenbridge Thacher, £3 6s 
lOd; Thacher & Bois, £11 Us. To Bathsheba Doggett the deceased mother's 
Lodging & board from Dec 16 to Apr 17, 1747 @ 80s per week, ye greatest part 


of which time she was sick ye dec'd being bound to maintain her, £fi8 ; To 
funeral charges of said Bathslieba, £34 19s 6d ; Bethiah Doggett, £2; Paid for 
Drawing, allowing & recording this acct. &c, £1 7s 6d ; allowed & approved, 
£397 16s 3d. 
April 21, 1748. 

3575. Bath-sheba Doggett^ {Samuel,- T/iomcts '), bom Marsh- 
field, Mass., June 18, 1695; died Milton, Mass., January 30, 1776; 
married 1st, Marshfield, Mass., September 17, 1710, by Rev. .James 
Gardner, to Capt. John Kent, son of John and Sarah (Smith) Kent, 
of Marshfield; died Kingston, Jamaica, W.I., 173|; married 2d, 
Boston, Mass., July 30, 1740, by Rev. Joseph Sewall, D.D., to Ox- 
enbridge Thacher, Esq., of Boston, Mass., son of Rev. Peter and 
Theodora (Oxeubridge) Thacher, of Milton, Mass. ; bom May 17, 
1681 ; died Milton, Mass., October 22, 1772. 

Issue : 

3632. i. Bathsueba Kent,'' born Marshfield, Mass., May 21, 1721; died Bos- 

ton, Mass., 1729. 

3633. ii. John Kent," born Marshfield, M.ass., .January 26, 17g-|; died Boston, 

Mass., October 31, 1737. 
And probably others. 

February 15, 1732, admiuistratiou was granted on estate of Capt. 
John Kent to Bathsheba Kent. [Suffolk Probate, 31-286.] 

The inventory dated May 12, 1733, mentions : " 1 Negro Girl £80 ; 
1 Indian Girl & child £80 ; | Pew in New Soutli Brick." [Suffolk 
Probate, 31-468.] 

The inventory amounted to £1,340 9s. lOd., and in the account 
mention is made of payments to son and daughter, also for "Tomb- 
stone and carrying and setting up at Jamaica £19." The account is 
dated October 29, 1734. [Suffolk Probate, 30-398.] 

Oxeubridge Thacher graduated Harvard College, 1698. He was 
selectman of Boston for many years, and representative for that 
place and Milton, to which latter town he removed. 

He devoted some part of his early days to the ministry, and 
preached the first sermon ever delivered in Stoughton. 

He died 1772, but his more famous son of the same name more 
than filled his place. 

H576. Dea. John Doggett^ {Samuel,^ Thomas'), born Marsh- 
field, Mass., March 29, 1697; died Lebanon, Conn., February 19, 
1764; married Marshfield, Mass., November 5, 1719, by Rev. James 
Gardner, to Margery Eames, daughtei' o'f Anthony and Grace 
(Oldham) Eames ; born Marshfield, Mass. ; died after .January 25, 

Issue : 

3634. i. Mart Doggett,'' born Marshfield, Mass., November 14, 1720; mar- 

ried Azariah Smith. 


3635. ii. SaiMUEl Doggett,^ born Marshfield, Mass., February 3, 172.3. 

3636. iii. John Doggett,* born Lebanon, Conn., September 5, 1725. 

3637. Iv. Sakah Doggett,'' born Lebanon, Conn., April 12, 1728; married Mr. 


.^638. V. Hannah Doggett,'' born Lebanon, Conn., March 26, 1732. 

.3639. vi. Margery Doggett,'' born Lebanon, Conn., February 21, 1733 ; mar- 
ried Joseph Griswold. 

3640. vii. Bathsheba Doggett," born Lebanon, Conn., January 3, 173f. 

The church records of Marshfield include among the children of 
Samuel Doggett, who were baptized September 27, 1702, his son, 
John Doggett. His boj'hood was spent in Marshfield, but as a 
young man he went first to Rochester, Mass. 

Among the early settlers of Rochester, Mass., were Rev. Samuel 
Arnold and Abraham Holmes, both relatives of John Doggett. 
There were also other Marshfield people who had settled there, and 
this fact doubtless led him to first seek his home among them. A 
search of the town records of Rochester does not show any particulars 
of his residence there. A broolc which runs through the town has 
the name " Doggett's brook," but it is not known for whom it was 
named, although, as he was probably the earliest settler of the name, 
it may have been so called because of his living in the vicinity. 

It is not known when he went to Rochester, but the record of 
his marriage at Marshfield, in 1719, calls him John Doggett, of 

How long he remained in Rochester after his marriage is also un- 
certain ; but his two oldest children, Mary and Samuel, were born in 
Marshfield, the latter in 1723. 

Soon after the birth of Samuel he removed to Lebanon, Conn., and 
it is an interesting fact that he had his marriage recorded in that town, 
as well as the birth of his two children, who were boru in Marshfield. 
The record in Lebanon agrees with that in Marshfield in every par- 
ticular, excepting the name of his wife, who in Lebanon is called 
Ames, instead of Eames. 

Walter G. Kingsley, Esq., of Lebanon, writes (1888) the name is 
usually spelled "Dogget" on the records at Lebanon; and he also 
says in regard to the children and descendants calling the name 
Daggett that he was told about thirty-five j'ears ago, whOe teaching 
in Bolton, that " the name was only a change from Dogget to 

The earliest conveyance of real estate to him occurred September 
16, 1725, and he was then described as of Lebanon, and continued 
to make purchases of land until about 1750 or 1760. 

The locality where the family owned farms was very close to the 
town limits of both Coventry and Hebron. 

From the Lebanon town-meeting records, "John Doged appointed 
constable Dec 4, 1727," but no subsequent appointment to office. 


The church records show that John and his wife united with the 
Second Society in 1727 (this parish in 1806 became an incorporated 
town, "Columbia"). 

A rate bill for the North Parish of Lebanon (now Columbia) for 
the year 1741, which was made to pay the salary of the minister, and 
dated December, 1741, shows the whole amount raised £330 16s. 9d., 
of which "John Dogit paid £3 9s 2d." 

The will of Samuel Doggett, of Marshfleld, gives his sou, John 
Doggett, thirty-eight acres of laud in Middleboro', " being ye lot in 
16 shilling purchase," and from the records at Plymouth we find the 
sale of this lot as follows: "John Doggett of the Town of Lebanon 
in County Windham in Connecticut in New England for 25£ paid by 
John Booth of Middleboro in County Plymouth, sells him 38 acres 
land in 16 shilling purchase in Middleboro, laid out originally to 
Thomas Doggett No. 104 lot. Oct 8, 1736." [Plymouth Deeds, 

In the Windham Probate District, at Willimantic, Conn., is recorded 
the will of Dea. John Doggett, Vol. VI., page 503, as follows: 

In tlie name of God Amen, the 10th day of Feb. A.D. 176-t. I, Joliii Doggett 
of Lebanon in the County of Windham, and Colony of Conn, in New England 
being -n-eak and in a lov declining state of body, of a disposing mind and mem- 
ory, thanks be given to God. Therefore, Calling into minde the mortality of 
my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die, do make and 
ordain this my Last will and testament (that is to say) . Principally and first of 
all, I give and recomend my soul into the hands of God that gave it, and my 
body I recomend to the earth to be buried in decent Christian burial at the Disie- 
retion of my executors, nothing doubting but at the general resurrection I shall 
receive the same again by the mighty Power of God, and as touching such 
worldly Estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me in this Life. I give 
demise and dispose of the same in the Following manner after my Just debts 
and funeral expenses are discharged. 

Imprimis; I give and bequeath to Margery my well beloved wife one third 
part of my household goods, also one Cow and twelve sheep, and a quarter part 
of what shall be found due tome at my decease, by note or by book, which I give 
her forever to be at her dispose, likewise I give her the use of m\' dwelling house 
so long as she shall remiiin my widow, except some privileges which I shall here- 
after mention. Together with the use of one third of my barn, and likewise one 
third part of the improvement of my Farm which Lyeth in Lebanon, which third 
part shall be sett off to her on the eastward of the highway to be improved by her 
during Life, and also I give her tlie privilege of getting firewood on my wood 
Land, so Long as she continues my widow. 

Item, I give and bequeath to my well beloved son Samuel Doggett, and to 
his heirs and assigns forever, all my lands Lying in Coventry, excepting twenty 
acres in farm, as J shall hereafter describe, he paying if need so require as I 
shall herein order. 

Likewise I give him one halfe of my wearing apparel, except a certain part 
otherwise disposed of, in this my will. Together with a halving plow, a cornish 
and onstile. 

Item : I give and bequeath to my well beloved son John Doggett, his heirs and 
assigns forever, all my lands Lying in Lebanon with all the appurtenances thereto 
belonging, he paying if need so require as I shall order in this my will, two thirds 
of said farm to fall into his hands at my Decease, and so much of the house as 
to stow away his ware, which he may make, and to have the use of the garrett as 
he used toiiave, to stow his corn and grain, and likewise he shall have the whole 
benefit of my shop adjoining to my dwelling house at my decease, to work in. 


and the third part of my farm which my wife shall improve as above said, and 
her right in the house. Together with a privilege which I do hereby allow my 
two Daughters when they and last of them have done with them according to the 
intent of this my will they shall I<'all into the possession of him the said John 
Doggett as they each of them quit their rights severally. Also I give him all ray 
Tools and utencels for husbandry, as carts, plows, chains, hoes &c with my 
grindstone, also all my Carpenters and Joyners Tools Except which I have 
given to my son Samuel, I give him one gun and a sword with my best suit of 
apparel From Top to toe. Including my best great Coat and the remaining halfe 
of my wearing apparel and Furthermore, I give to my son Doggett his heirs and 
assigns forever, twenty acres of my land Lying in Coventry begin the bounds 
namely at ye westerly corner of the land which my sou Samuel had of me by 
deed at the highway. From thence running by said highway westwardly to 
Bolton Line, and is to Extend so wide as to containe twenty acres, being of one 
width at each end, making a parrelel Line on the south side witb said highway 
on the north, and whereas their is a dispute between me and Capt Leach, and 
others, where the line between me and they shall be, and thereby said highway 
may be removed from where it is now which if it should be one way or the other, 
said Land which I give to my son John shall conform to said highway. 

Item — I give and bequeath to my loving daughter Mary the wife of Azariah 
Smith, the sum of one pound Lawful money, she having already received the 
other part of her Legacey. 

Item — I give to my well beloved daughter Margery the wife of Joseph Gris- 
wold, the sum of three pounds lawful money, she also having already received 
the other part of her Legacy. 

Item — I give to my well beloved daughters Hannah, and Bethiah Doggett, 
the sum of Fourty Pounds lawful money that is to Hannah Twenty pounds, and 
to Bethiah twenty pounds, and whereas these my two daughters Hannah and 
Bethiah, as yet continue unmarried, and have constantly Lived with me, it is 
therefore my will that they shall still have the privilege to Live in my house, so 
long as they continue unmarried, and have ye benefit of so much room therein, 
as to Labour and do there necessary bussiness they may ingage in, and to stow 
away their house goods, and whereas I have given them some few things here- 
tofore exclusive of this my will, but they by their own Labour and industry have 
acquired many things as household goods &c, to themselves, which are not my 
estate and I have no right To, altho they may be found in my house, those goods 
or estate which they are able to shew, I order to remain their own property, and 
not to be brought Into my Inventory, and Furthermore it is my will that these 
ray daughters shall have a right to so much of my provissions as they have here- 
tofore had in my Lifetime, so as to support them through this year, without 
making any allowance therefore, and also the same privilege of Provissions I do 
allow to my wife as I have to my daughters in this my will. 

Item — Furthermore it is my will that my Executors shall pay the above said 
Legacies to each one of my daughters out of my moveable estate, if it be suffi- 
cient, but if it be insufficient then it is my will that my son John pay ye remainder 
thereof to them after the decease of my wife but if my moveable Estate shall be 
more than sufiicient to pay said Legacys what remains thereof shall be equally 
divided between my daughters Sarah, Hannah, Margery, and Bethiah or their 

Item — It is my will that if what I have given to my wife for the support of 
her maintenance during the span or time she shall continue my widow, shall not 
be sufficient therefor, then it is my will that my sons Samuel, and John shall 
afford her sutable and comfortable support so long as she is my widow at their 
equal expence. 

Again whereas I say that the above Legacys shall be so much in Lawful 
money it is my will that my executors shall have liberty if they see fit to pay 
them in bills of Credit of this Government Emition or any Coin money that 
passes Current in this Colony if my moveable Estate be not sufficient. 

Item : whereas I have a right in what we call the Delievare Purchase of 
Land, and as Y' not Known whether it will be obtained. Therefore if it be 
obtained to the advantage of my estate so that I have a right or share therein, 
then it is my will that ray son John Doggett shall have half thereof as his proper 
due and right by our private agreement when I put in for said right as that he 
hath heretofore carried one halfe the cost until this time which he and I. agreed 


that he should do, so that one half said right is his property altho affixed to my 
name which give and demise to him and his heirs and assigns forever, and the 
other one half if obtained is my property which I do hereby give unto my two 
sons Samuel and John and to my five daughters Mary, Sarah, Hannah, Margery 
and Bethiah to be divided in eight shears, and my son Samuel to have two shears 
and the other of my chililrcn each of them one sheare, and whereas there may 
yet arise cost on said Land it is my will that they shall bear equal costs according 
to their several quantities or shears, and if any one of them shall refuse to sup- 
port the cost thereon arising, then his or her part so refusing shall be equally 
divided among so many of them as shall support said charge. 

It is my will that Margery my beloved wife, and my son John Doggett be 
executors to my will whom I do hereby make constitute appoint and ordain to 
be executors to this my last will and testament and I do hereby revoke and 
disannuU all other Former wills Legacies bequests, and executors heretofore 
named or made by me. 

In witness Confirmation, hereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day 
and year first above written. 

John Doggett [Seal] 

Signed Sealed Published and proclaimed by the above said John Doggett to be 
his last will and Testament, In presence of us. 
Israel Woodward 
Benjamin Lamb 
William Si.mes 

Windham County Feb 28, 1764, the witnesses appeared & proved the will be- 
fore Joseph Clark, J. P. 

March 19, 1764, Lebanon, John Doggett appeared and accepted the trust as 

Apr 4, 1764 The executrix appeared and accepted the trust. 

The inventory was taken the 6th, 7th, and 14th days of March, 
1764, and amounted to £387 13s. 6d. 
Among the items are : 

73 acres Land in Lebanon by est. 50 per acre, £182 10s ; 50 acres Land in 
Coventry 20 acre, £50; making value of land, £232 10s; moveables, £155 33 6d. 

Among the many items classed under the head of moveables we notice 4 
Tables, 13 chairs, 1 great wheel, 1 side saddle, 1 ox, 2 cows, 1 hundred sheep, 
horse kind, 1 Tooth Drawing Instrument &c. 

3577. Isaac Doggett' {Samuel,- Thomas'), born Marshfield, 
Mass., Febrnary 6, 1699; died Braintree (?), Mass., between Feb- 
ruary 24, 1762, and September, 1763; married Braintree, Mass., 
September 9, 1725, by Rev. Samuel Niles, to Abigail Allen, daughter 
of Samuel and Abigail (Webb) Allen; born Braintree, Mass., Novem- 
ber 2, 1700 ; died Braintree, Mass., between Jan. 22 and May 23, 1785. 

Issue : 

3641. i. Bathsheba Doggett, ■" born Braintree, Mass., June 12, 1726; died 

Braintree, Mass., June 26, 1726. 

3642. ii. Samuel Doggett,'' born Marshfield,- Mass., May 30, 1727. 

3643. iii. Abigail Doggett,'' born Braintree, M.ass., December 5, 1728. 

3644. iv. Isaac Doggett,'' born Braintree, Mass., December 12, 1732 ; probably 

the Isaac who "mar Boston Mass January 8. 1761 by Rev Andrew 
Eliot to Alice Cates." 

3645. V. Bathsheba Doggett,'' born Braintree, Mass., February 5, 173f ; 

probably the Bathsheba whose intention of marriage, October 31, 
1757, is recorded in Boston, to Jonathan Brown. 

3646. vi. Seth Doggett,'' born Braintree, Mass., November 9, 1737; "cord- 


wainer; " was paid 8d. for killing birds January 20, 1755, Brain- 
tree ; impressed for Fort William Henry expedition on roll of 
Capt. Nathaniel Blake, of Milton, August 7, 1756. 

3647. vii. Eunice Doggett,^ born Dorchester, Mass., December 25, 1741; 

bapt. by Rev. John Taylor at Milton, January 3, 1742. 

3648. viii. Elizabeth Doggett,'' born 1748; bapt. Milton, Mass., Aug. 7, 1748. 

September 27, 1702. Isaac Doggett baptized in the Fii-st Church, 

March 20, 17^, Marshfield town meeting: 

At said meeting voted that Isaae Dogget and eleven others, these or so many 
suitable persons have liberty to banister the back seat of the men's end gallery 
so that they do not raise it higher than that in the front and that there be so 
many owners at least constantly belonging to it. 

Isaac Doggett, like his older brothers, is called both "mariner" 
and " yeoman," the first being his occupation when he lived at 
Marshfield, and the latter after he had married and settled in 

He removed to Braintree in 1727 or 1728, and preparatory to 
moving there sold out his property in Marshfield and secured land in 
Braintree, as appears in the following deeds: 

Rebeckah Allen of Braintree in County Suffolk spinster, daughter of Samuel 
Allen of Braintree wheelwright, deceased intestate. Whereas a certain tract 
of land at Bendall's Farm containing 100 acres was divided between her 
and Isaac Doggett in the right of Abigail his wife, daughter of Samuel Allen 
and is now held by both in joint tenancie. Said Rebeckah for 110£ paid by 
Isaac Doggett now of Marshfield, County Plymouth, mariner, sells him her 
moiety. May 12, 1727. [Suffolk Deeds, 41-182.] 

Isaac Doggett of Marshfield, mariner, for 100£ paid by his brother Ebenezer 
Doggett of Plymouth and also by paying Isaac's proportion of such bequests 
and legacies as by will of his honored Father Samuel Doggett late of Marshfield 
deceased, his third part of housing and land in Marshfield & Cedar Swamp in 
Pembroke and also the one half of Seth Doggett's interest, provided he die 
without issue, to hold the same after the death or 2"'' marriage of his mother 
Bathsheba Doggett, Aug 8, 1727. [Plymouth Deeds, 22-72.] 

Abigail, wife of Isaae Doggett, joined the church in the Middle 
Precinct, Braintree, in 1729. 

March 27, 1732. At a town meeting in Braintree the various town 
ways were laid out and described, one of the highways ranning : 

Thence to the southerly corner of Dogget's Garden, the way to ly as it is 
now Improved : thence to the southerly corner of Dogget's Field and so along 
side of the Fence as it now stands till we come to the line between Benjamin 
Hayward and said Dogget &c The ways as laid down were accepted, only with 
the following amendment at the desire of Isaac Dogget abovenamed viz : that 
from the way against Mr Dogget's House the way aforesaid shall go over a 
Shoalplace in the corner of a Pond in his land and along the north side of the 
Pond to Mr Haywards Barrs and thence directly to said Haywards Door. 

Isaac Doggett probably resided in that part of Braintree, now 
Randolph, as he connected himself with the church in that precinct 
in 1733. June 25, 1734, Mary Spear's mulatto child was bound to 


Isaac Doggett, and au order was drawn to pay him £25 for keeping 

it until it should become of age. 

The following from the Braintree records, March 1, 173f : " Isaac 

Dogget chosen sui-\'eyor of Highways." 

March 7, 173f, "Isaac Doged chosen Tithiugman." 

March 26, 1739, " Isaac Doggett chosen constable and sworn." 

Said Dogget then applyed to the meeting for some allowance for to serve ye 
Town, In s"* office above s"" and after some Debate in s'' meeting, voted that six 
pounds be allowed out of the Treasury of this Town and to be equally divided 
between the three constables &c. 

February 28, 1753, Isaac Doggett was paid for teaching school in 
the Middle Precinct two months. April 16, 1753, Isaac Doggett was 
paid for teaching school. 

February 24, 1762. Isaac Doggit, yeoman, and Abigail his wife, 
of Braintree, sell land in Braintree. [Suffolk Deeds, 97-156.] 

Isaac Doggett died between this time and September, 1763, at 
which time Mrs. Doggett is called "widow." 

3578. Lydia Doggett^ {Samuel,- TJionias'), born Marshfield, 
Mass., October 26, 1703; married Plymouth, Mass., August 10, 
1730, by Rev. Nathaniel Leonard, to Nicholas Drew, son of John 
and Hannah (Churchill) Drew; born Plymouth, Mass., 1684. 

Issue : 


3579. Seth Doggett' {Samuel,- Thomas'), born Marshfield, 
Mass., October 22, 1705; died 1734; married Plymouth, Mass., 
September 9, 1729, by Rev. Nathaniel Leonard, to Elizabeth Delano. 

Seth Doggett was a " mariner," and perhaps lost at sea. He 
married at Plymouth, and doubtless made that his home, as his wife 
calls herself of Plymouth, in applying for letters of administration. 
The following from the probate ofHce at Plymouth relate to his 
estate. To Capt. Ebenezer Doggett, mariner, and Mrs. Elizabeth 
Doggett, widow of Capt. Seth Doggett, mariner, deceased, both of 
Plymouth, letter of administi-ation on estate of Capt. Seth Doggett, 
December 14, 1734 (7-82). An inventory of the estate of Mr. Seth 
Doggett, of Plymouth, March 10, 173f (7-172) : 

G Books — 5 Mariners books — 1 Seal skin trunk & chest G wigs — 4 silver 
spoons — 1 Blanket — 7 knives & 2 forks 1 Picture — 1 case — 8 Bottles — 42 
Bottles — 1 Great Bottle 1 Bed & Rug — 1 Pillow Bier &c — 
To 5 pees of 8 he gave his wife when he went off ye last time. 

(7-172.) Inventory of Mr. Seth Doggett, late of Plymouth, March 
11, 173|. Necessary utensils set to Elizabeth Doggett, widow, relict 
of Seth Doggett, late of Plymouth, deceased : 


Seal skin trunk & chest — 1 pr Andirons and Chafing dish — table — 7 pewter 
plates and platters 2 Glasses — 2 small bowls — 2 white mugs — 2 eartheru 
plates — 2 salt sellers — 1 Earthern mug — a spinning wheel and pair cards — 
1 Blanket — 7 Knives & 2 forks — bed bolster — 2 pillows — 3 pr sheets — 
1 Coverlid — • 1 Bedstead & cord — 2^ lbs Linnen yarn — Iron skillet — 1 pillow 
bier — 1 Earthern plate — G books — (5 pieces eight given to ye widow by her 
husband when going off, allowed) . 

May 16, 1737, Mrs. Elizabeth Doggett and Thomas Murdoch were 
married at Plymouth. 

3580. Abigail Doggett ' ((SamweZ,^ TJiomas'), born Marshfield, 
Mass., March 14, 17||; married Marshfield, Mass., January 18, 
1728, by Rev. James Gardner, to Joshua Eames, son of Anthony 
Eames, of Marshfield, Mass. ; born November, 1704. 

Issue : 

3651. i. Lucy Eames/ born Marshfield, Mass., October 9, 1729; married 

Timothy Sylvester. 

3652. ii. Amos Eames,'' married Sarah . 

3653. iii. Bathsheba Eames," born 1731. 

3654. iv. Sarah Eames, •• married Mr. Randall. 

3655. V. Abigail Eames," married Joshua Keen. 

3656. vi. Joshua Eames," baptized 1735 : married Deborah Doty, Aug. 28, 1755. 

3586. Epheaim Wilder^ (Rebecca Doggett,^ Thomas'), born 
Hingham, Mass., August 25, 1696; died Abington, Mass., about 
1770; married Hingham, Mass., July 30, 1723, Mary Lane, daughter 
of John and Tabitha (Stodder) Lane. 

Issue : 

3657. i. Ephhaim Wilder," born Hingham, Mass., June 30, 1724. 

3658. ii. Ltdia Wilder," born Hingham, Mass., November 24, 1725 ; married 

May 15, 1745, Matthew Tower. 

3659. iii. John Wilder," born Hingham, Mass., March 25, 1727. 

3660. iv. David Wilder," born Hingham, Mass., May 12, 1729. 

3661. V. Hannah Wilder," born Hingham, Mass., May 20, 1730; died there 

November, 1756. 

3662. vi. Mary Wilder," born Hingham, Mass., August 12, 1731; died there, 

August 28, 1731. 

3663. vii. Mart Wilder," born Hingham, Mass., June 12, 1732; married July 

30, 1752, Jonathan Anderson. 

3664. viii. Abel Wilder," born Hingham, Mass., April 9, 1736; died in the 

array, October 31, 1756. 

3665. ix. Seth Wilder," born Hingham, Mass., February 3, 1739; married 

August 27, 1761, Miriam Real. 

3587. Isaac Wilder' (Rebecca Doggett," Thomas '), born Hing- 
ham, Mass., 1700; married 1st, 1744, Bathsheba Damon; married 
2d, 1756, Letitia Chubbuck. 

Issue : 

3666. i. Bathsheba Wilder," born Hingham, Mass., November 23, 1746 ; died 

there, 1746. 

3667. ii. Isaac Wilder." born Hingham, Mass., January 12, 1748; married 

February 2, 1775, Abigail Gushing; he died December 18, 1839. 

3668. iii. Rebecca Wilder," born Hingham, Mass., December 28, 1749; mar- 

ried November 23, 1775, William Barrell. 


3669. iv. Elizabeth Wilder,'' born Hingham, Mass., March 25, 1752; married 

June 19, 1783, Joseph Nash. 

3670. V. Daniel Wilder,'' born Hingham, Mass., May 17, 1754; married 

twice ; he died Hingham, October 30, 1838. 

3671. vi. Bathsheea Wilder,'' born Hingham, Mass., November 8, 1756; mar- 

ried May 19, 1780, Zenas Wilder. 
3072. vii. Lucr Wilder,'' born Hingham, Mass., May 9, 1760; married June 30, 
1780, John Jones. 



3589. John Doggett * (TJiomas,^ John,' Thomas^), bom Marsh- 
field, Mass., 1702; died Scituate, Mass. (?), April, 1751; married 
Scituate, Mass., October 5, 1726, by Rev. Nathaniel Eells, to Jemima 
Turner, daughter of Thomas and Hannah Turner, of Scituate. 

Issue : 

3673. i. John Doggett,' born Scituate, Mass., 1730.' 

3674. ii. David Doggett,* born Scituate, Mass., 1734. 

John Doggett was baptized in the First Church in Marshfleld, June 
4, 1704. He was a "mariner," and according to Deane's History 
of Scituate kept the ferry on North river, in 1730, called Doggett's 
ferry (now Little's Bridge) . 

His wife was daughter of Thomas Turner, a lawyer of Scituate, 
and after their marriage they removed there, probably after a resi- 
dence in Marshfleld of about a year, as would appear by the follow- 
ing deeds : 

Thomas Turner of Scituate, currier, for 10£ paid by John Doggett of Marsh- 
field, mariner, 5 acres of land whereon he no-w dwells in Scituate, bounded N 
by highway and strip of land laid out in 2""^ Division of Scituate common, with 
houses & buildings, Nov. 14, 1727. [Plymouth Deeds, 22-134.] 

Thomas Turner of Scituate, conveys land in Scituate provided John Dog- 
gett takes care of his mother Hannah Turner, during her life, Nov 18, 1727. 
[Plymouth Deeds, 22-185.] 

David Turner of Rehoboth in County Bristol clerk, and Thomas Turner of 
Scituate, currier, executors to last will of Thomas Turner late of Scituate, for 
90£ paid by John Doggett of Scituate mariner, i part of 5 acres, whereon the 
said Doggett now dwells. Oct 9, 1731. [Plymouth Deeds, 30-209.] 

"Jan 22, 1737 Thomas Doggett, yeoman, of Marshfleld, for 
18£ paid by my brother John Doggett of Scituate, in County 
Plymouth, mariner, all that my cedar Swamp in Pembroke, being all 
the cedar swamp which my father Thomas Doggett gave me by his 
wOl, and therein meutioned to be one half of his cedar swamp in said 
Pembroke." [Plymouth Deeds, 40-39.] 


The other half of the swamp was given to John Doggett by his 
father's will, so by this purchase he owned the whole of his father's 
cedar swamp in Pembroke. 

March 14, 1738. John Doggett of Scituate mariner, sells Samuel Jenkins of 
Seituate, land in Scituate, provided he support his Honored mother Hannah 
Eames at the house on this land in sickness and in health, during her life. 
Jemima Doggett wife of John releases her dower. [Plymouth Deeds, 33-125.] 

March 19, 172|. The decked sloop " Patience," about sixty tons, 
Capt. John Doggett, is mentioned as now filled for sea and at anchor 
in North river. 

Captain Doggett probably made his headquarters in Boston soon 
after March, 1738. From the Massachusetts State Archives, 64-132, 
we have the following : 

Whereas Andrew Oliver of Boston, witliin said Province aforesaid, Esq ; one 
of the owners of the sloop " Swan" John Dogget, master, has represented to me 
that the said Sloop in her passage from Jamaica to Boston, by reason of bad 
weather, ran ashore at the mouth of the said Harbour & has thereby suffered 
great damage both as to vessel and cargo, upon which Insurance was made, and 
hath requested that I would appoint suitable persons to survey said vessel and 
estimate the damage come to her and her cargo, by the said disaster, or other- 
wise by stormy weather in her said passage, &c. 

Given at Boston Dec 9, 1741 Shirley. Gov. 

Damage estimated at 1020£ 17s 4d New Eng Currency Jan 16, 1741. Among 
the charges are the following : Breakfasting the people Bread sugar, cyder &c. 
To Capt Dogget for dining the men To damage of cables, riggin & flying jib, 
15£. To 31244 Gal: molasses lost, cost in Jamaica 11<1 = 143£ 4s 2d. Ex- 
change 300 per cent. 

" The Fellowship Club began in Boston, June 1, 1742, designed to 
promote the interest of each other in all things in their power, as well as 
to relieve such members of this society who by misfortunes and losses 
shall become proper objects, according to the ability of the box. The 
members to consist of such persons only who now are or have been 
commanders of vessels, and admitted by approval of a majority of 
the company." Among the founders of this society was Capt. John 
Doggett, and in the application for incorporation as the Boston 
Marine Society (Massachusetts State Archives, 64-521), May 5, 1752, 
a circular containing all the members' names is added , his name being 
among those who had deceased previous to date. 

Captain Doggett seems to have been somewhat unfortunate as a 
mariner, as appears from his letter which was printed in the Boston 
" Evening Post," of January 30, 1744 : " An extract of a letter of 
John Doggett of this town (who sailed in a brigantine for Jamaica the 
1st of Nov. last) dated at Antigua Dec 25, 1743 " : 

The 25"> of Nov. in sight of .Antigua, we had the misfortune to be taken by 
a Spanish privateer sloop with 7.5 men belonging to S' Domingo. 

There was one of our men of war in sight when I was taken but by her mis- 
management she neither took the privateer, nor retook my brig. 


Three days after they took me, they marooned me and two of my men, with 
another master they had taken about a month before and one of his men, five of 
us in all, they gave us two pieces of beef and 20 lbs of bread. They striped me 
almost naked and some of the villians attempted to kill me, but running to the 
bushes, I got a club that was my friend, and should certainly destroyed all those 
that put us ashore, would my companion have stood by me, but as it was they did 
not all go away with whole skins. We were taken off the island by a vessel 
bound to S' Thomas and 2 days after, we met with the " Lively" man of war of 
20 guns, and informed them where the privateer lay, for we heard them t.alking 
of going to that place. The Captain of the Man of war said if I was willing to 
go with him, he would go and destroy him. 

We bore away after him and met with an English Privateer who went with us. 

We soon found the Spaniard out at 3 o'clock in the morning, who weighed 
anchor and ran into shoal water, where neither our man of war nor Privateer 
could go. 

At 8 o'clock in the morning the 1«' of Dec. we began to fire, the man of war 
fired 350 shots and our Privateer 170 shots before the Spaniard would quit his 
vessel. We killed 3 men, and wounded 3 more. The Spaniard fired at the Eng- 
lish Privateer, and did him some damage but neither killed nor wounded any of 
his men. At 3 P.M. we concluded to man all the boats from the man of war and 
Privateer, and board the Spaniard at all events, but they seeing us coming with 
resolution, the cowardly Dogs left their sloop (after running her ashore) and 
hid themselves in the bushes. 

We destroyed the sloop, and then made the best of our way for the Island. 

I hope to be home in a short time by the way of Statia. 

" This is the 2°* time Capt. Doggett has had the misfortune to be 
taken by the Spaniards since the commencement of the war." 

Joseph Tolman, of Scituate, is appointed administrator of the es- 
tate of John Doggett, late of Scituate, mariner, deceased, April 18, 
1751. [Plymouth Probate, 12-313.] 

The inventory of John Doget, of Scituate, deceased, is dated May 
21, 1751, and among other things mentions the following: 

Purse & apparrell 5o£ os old tenor. Best Bible 6£ 10s other books 3£ 5 silver 
spoons, 1 walking cane, china, earthern and glass, case drawers. Desk, 1 pee 
English Cotton Striped dark culer, hoUand, Sadie & side saddle, spinning 
wheel, foot wheel brooken pallet Bedstead, other brooken bedstead, best bed 
bolster, pillows, white blankets, callico, quilt, green chaney curtain, rods, bed- 
stead cord & mat. Brass Kettle, Red chairs, other chairs, and great chair, Rought 
iron ware, cast iron doggs, iron skellet, case & 5 bottles, pewter. Knives & forks 
& the box, 2 Iron Pots and a Keetle, 2 frying pans, grid iron & candlesticks, old 
chest, old Trunk, old Trough, old caske, small desk, old baskets, copper ladle, 
bed, bedsteads & coverlid &c. amounting to 780£ 10s Id or Lawful, 104£ 4s id. 

The inventory was made by Thomas Stockbridge, David Bryant, 
and Benjamin Randal. [Plymouth Probate, 12-369.] 

On May 2, i751 (Plymouth Probate, 12-374), the estate of John 
Doggett, of Scituate, was rendered insolvent, and on March 2, 1752 
(Plymouth Probate, 13-118), further tim'e was allowed to examine 
claims on the estate. After this date there are no further records of 
the settlement of the estate in the Probate Court, but in the Registry 
of Deeds, 42-199 : 

Joseph Tolman of Scituate in Co. Plymouth in N.E. gent, by virtue of the 
power and authority granted by the Justices of the Supreme Court at Plymouth 
in July 1752, as I am administrator on the estate of John Doggett late of said 


Scituate mariner, deceased, for 4£ 5s 4d paid for ye discharging of ye dec'd just 
debts by Paul Wliite of Marslifield, mariner, do convey unto iiim | parts of ye 
SS"! Lot in the 2"^ Division of MarshfieUl Common, the whole of which SS* Lot 
is about 39 acres, March i, 1754. 

March 8, 1792 — Joseph Tolman of Scituate adm. on estate of John Doggett 
late of said Scituate dec'd, sells a certain piece of Cedar Swamp in Pembroke 
Tiz : the whole of the 2'"' share or division of the 5"" great lot in the swamp called 
the Major's purchase except a strip of land through said share 6 rods & 3 ft wide 
formerly set off to Samuel Doggett and Thomas Barker on the one part and 
Thomas Doggett on the other part, for 18£ to Zacheriah and Noah Whitman 
Seth Pratt, Joshua Alden & Perez Waterman, all of Bridgewater. [Plymouth 
Deeds, 73-8.] 

3590. Peksis Doggett* (Thomas,^ John,- Thomas'), bom 
Marslifield, Mass., May (?), 1704; married Marshfleld, Mass., Octo- 
ber 31, 1723. by Rev. James Gardner, to Benjamin Kent; born 
Marshfleld, Mass. 

Issue : 

3675. i. Penklope Kent,* born Marshfleld, Mass., July 9, 1724. 

Persis Doggett was baptized at the First Church in Marshfleld, 
June 4, 1704. 

" May 13, 1717. Persis Doggett and others have liberty to banis- 
ter up the hind seat of the womens end gallery and to set therein." 
[Marshfleld Town Records.] 

In 1718 her grandfather's wiU leaves her two ewe sheep. Benja- 
min Kent and wife removed to Boston, Mass. 

3591. Thomas Doggett'' (Thomas,^ John,' Thomas'), born 
Marshfleld, Mass., 1706; died Middleboro', Mass., Aug. 11, 1788; 
married Marshfleld, Mass., Dec. 11, 1728, by Rev. James Gardner, 
to Joanna Fuller, a descendant of Samuel Fuller, of the " Mayflower." 

Issue : 

3676. i. John Doggett,= born Marshfleld, Mass., 1729; baptized October 11, 

1731; constable at Middleboro', 1752; unmarried; died 1754. 

3677. ii. Thomas Doggett, ° born Marshfleld, Mass., 1731 ; died an infant. 

3678. iii. Mark Doggett,' born Marshfleld, Mass., 1733; died when a child. 

3679. iv. Jabez Doggett,' born Marshfleld, Mass., March 3, 1734. 

3680. Y. Seth Doggett,' born Marshfleld, Mass., February 15, 1736. 

3681. vi. Simeon Doggett,'' born Marshfleld, Mass., January 4, 1738. 
.3682. Til. Experience Doggett,^ born Marshfleld, Mass., May 16, 1740; bap- 
tized April 23, 1741 ; died Middleboro', Mass., 1830. 

3683. viii. Joanna Doggett,^ born Marshfleld, Mass., March 16, 1742. 

Thomas Doggett was a "yeoman," of Marshfleld, and afterward 
of Middleboro'. He was executor of his father's estate, and received 
among other things his father's "sword, belt, &c." 

January 12, 173f, was part owner of sloop " Middleboro'." 
In the year 1741 he takes the flrst step toward removing to Mid- 
dleboro', by selling the homestead in Marshfleld, as appears by the 
following deed: 

Thomas Doggett yeoman and Joanna his wife of Marshfleld for 850£ paid by 
Cornelius White of Marshfleld, Gentleman, 50 acres of upland and meadow in 


Marshfield, bounded N.E. thereof by ye old channel of the South River and 
bounded E by the said river as ye same runs to the meadow of Ebenezer Dog- 
gett, then running with the fence across the Beacli (called Doggett's Beach) to 
ye said Whites meadow that he bought of Thomas Doggett late of Marshfield 
deceased by land of Samuel Sherman. The same being the homestead farm 
lately belonging to our Honored father Thomas Doggett, deceased, also 10 acres 
of Pasture called Valley lot, bounded E & W by land of Ebenezer Doggett also 
t of the wood lot in Marshfield containing 39 acres March 26, 1741. [Plymouth 
Deeds, 34-93.] 

He next adds to his lands in Middleboro' by the purchase of a 
farm, which was probably the one to which he afterward removed, and 
which is described iu the following deed : 

David and Susanna Miller, of Middleboro for 450£ paid by Thomas Doggett 
of Marshfield, our homestead land containing 88 acres in Middleboro, whereon 
we now dwell, May 7, 1741. [Plymouth Deeds, 34-123.] 

Thomas Doggett removed to Middleboro', between this date and 
September 14, 1741. 

Oct. 25, 1765. Thomas Doggett, of Middleboro in County Plymouth, Yeo- 
man, sells 3 acres of his homestead land, to his son Simeon, and' also by deed 
dated Oct 26, 1765 land in Middleboro to his son Simeon, lying in the purchase 
of lands called the little Lot Mens Purchase, and is about ^ of the homestead 
farm that I now live on, bounded beginning at the middle of my said farm 
at the country road that leads towards Dartmouth, thence by parallel line with 
NE side of said farm down to Namasket River. [Plymouth Deeds, 52-56.] 

The will of Thomas Doggett, of Middleboro' (Plymouth Probate, 
30-456), is dated August 30, 1785, and was proved October 6, 1788. 

Gives son Seth Doggett | of the home farm, adjoining land belonging to ye 
heirs of Mr Read dee'd, also A the buildings thereon, all the meadow lying on 
Nemasket River bounded by Und of Simeon Doggett, also right and title to 
certain rights of wood bought of Ebenezer Blackman of Middleboro except i 
of said lot : 

Daughter Experience Doggett J of the homestead farm, J wood right bought 
of E. Blackman, and 4 buildings : 

Daughter Joanna Pierce wife of William Pierce of Taunton, County Bristol, 
2£ 2s: 

Six grand children, William, Ephraim, Joanna, Samuel, Benajah, & Experi- 
ence, children of William aud Joanna Pierce 1£ 10s each; 

Son Jabez Doggett, i lot in 16 shilling purchase ; 

Gives Son Simeon Doggett, all the other real estate not disposed of and all 
my rights to Iron ore in Assawamscott Pond and elsewhere in Middleboro. 

witnessed by Sylvanus, Andrew & Ichabod Wood. 

3605. Amos Doggett^ (Samuel,^ Samuel,' Thomas^), born 
Marshfield, Mass., May 25, 1710; died Marshfield, Mass. (?), May 
(?), 1737. 

Capt. Amos Doggett, the oldest son^ of Samuel aud Bethia Dog- 
gett, was born iu Marshfield. He was a " mariner," and died at 
the age of twenty-seven years. 

June 2, 1737. The judge of probate appoints Mr. Samuel Dog- 
gett, of Marshfield, administrator on the estate of his son Amos 
Doggett. [Plymouth Probate, 7-363.] 


Marshfield, May 28, 1739. Theu we the subscribers made an 
appraisement of these things underwritten of Capt. Amos Doggett, 
deceased, viz. : 

To one Cloath Coat 300s, £15; Cloath Britches 37s, £1 17s: 1 Banyan Coat 
100s, £5 ; 1 Cloth Coat 70s, £3 lOs ; 1 West coat 15s, 15s; 1 pr silk stockings 203, 
£1; 1 pr old silk stockings 8s; 1 Wigg 40s, £2; 1 Flowered Westcoat 100s, £5; 
1 pr Thread Stockings 20s, £1; 1 pr old silk Stockings 10s, 10s; 2 Caps 15s. 
15s; 2 Neckings 12s, 12s; 1 Holland Shirt 30s, £1 10s; 1 Shirt 80s, £4; 1 
Trunck 12s, 12s: £43 9s. 

May 28, 1739. 

Samuel Rogers, Thomas White & John Tilden oath as to just appraisment. 
before John Gushing Judge of Probate. 

May 28, 1739. 

Samuel Doggett administrator on the estate of Amos Doggett, made oath that 
the above Inventory is all the estate of ye deceased that he Knows of. 

3606. Lydia Doggett^ (Samuel,^ Saviuel," Thomas^), born 

Marshfield, Mass., 3, 1712; died Plainfield, Conn.( ?), March 

8, 1790; married Marshfield, Mass. (?), 1732, Samuel Clift, son of 
William and Lydia Clift; born Marshfield, Mass., October 22, 1709 ; 
died Griswold, Conn., August 22, 1794. 

Issue : 

3684. i. Rhoda Clift, = born Marshfield, Mass., August 29, 1733; died 

Marshfield, Mass., December 22, 1737. 

3685. ii. Rhoda Clift, ^ born Marshfield, Mass., April 29, 1735; died Marsh- 

field, Mass., September 5, 1739. 

3686. iii. Amos Clift, ^ born M.arshfield, Mass., September 20, 1737; married 

1st, February 12, 1761, Mary Coit; she died July 20, 1 790 ; married 
2d, Mrs. Anna Avery, widow, daughter of John and Abigail Deni- 
son, of Stonington, Conn. ; he died Griswold, Conn., July 29, 1806. 

3687. iv. Maky Clift, ^ born Marshfield, Mass., October 7, 1738. 

3688. V. LEsinEL Clift,° born Marshfield, Mass., April 20, 1740; died Marsh- 

field, Mass., February 14, 1741. 

8689. vi. Waterman Clift,* born Marshfield, Mass., December 28, 1741. 

8690. vii. Bethiah Clift,' born Marshfield, Mass., February 21, 1744; married 

Elias Woodward, of Plainfield, Conn.; issue: thirteen children; 
she died February 5, 1795. 

3691. viii. Wills Clift,° born Marshfield, Mass., July 18, 1745; married 1st, 
Mary Shepherd, of Plainfield, Conn. ; married 2d, Hannah Bene- 
dict; married 3d, Mrs. Mary Hazard; he died Westport, Conn., 
April 29, 1810. 

8692. ix. Deborah Clift, * born Plainfield, Conn. (?), June 6, 1749; probably 
died young. 

3693. X. Joseph Clift,* born Plainfield, Conn. (?), September 13, 1750. 

3694. xi. Lemuel Clift,* born Plainfield, Conn. (?), October 10, 1755. 

William Clift, Esq., of Stonington, Conn., says: "Samuel Clift 
removed to Plainfield, Conn., probably about 1745, as Wills is the 
last child baptized in Marshfield. He lived on the Jerry Kinsman 
place, and died at the house of his son Amos, in Griswold. Samuel 
and Lydia Clift are buried in the old burial-ground in Plainfield, 
Conn., near the south wall." 

3608. Sarah Doggett^ (Sanmel,^ Samiiel,^ Tliomas^), born 
Marshfield, Mass., October, 1716; died Marshfield, Mass., Jan. 22, 


1794; married Marshfield, Mass. (?), previous to 1738, Edward Oak- 
man, son of Tobias and Elizabeth (Doty) Oakman, of Marslifield ; born 
Marshfield, Mass., 1716; died Marshfield, Mass., May 28, 1791. 
Issue : 

3695. i. Elizabeth Oakman,^ born Marshfield, Mass., September 20, 1738; 

died Marshfleia, Mass. 

3696. ii. Bethiah Oakman,' boru Marshfield, Mass., Dec. 10, 1739; married 

Marshfield, Mass., .Ian. 22, 1761, William, son of William Stevens. 

3697. iii. Sarah Oakman," bora Marshfield, Mass., October 12, 1741; married 

Samuel Lothrop. 

3698. iv. John Oakman,' born Marshfield, Mass., June 29, 1743; died. 

3699. V. Samuel Oakman,* born Marshfield, Mass., September 18, 1745. 

3700. vi. Jo.SEPH Oakman, ° born Marshfield, Mass., April 28, 1749; " sea cap- 

tain; " died and was buried on Arrowsic island. Me., 1776. 

3701. vii. Tobias Oakman,' boru Marshfield, Mass., M.arch 13, 1751; "sea 

captain," privateer in Revolution, and taken prisoner, 1778; in Bos- 
ton, 1784 (see " Boston Globe," Jan. 1, 1884) ; married Olive Little. 

3702. viii. Alice Oakman,* born Marshfield, Mass., June 10, 1753; died Pem- 

broke, Mass. 

3703. ix. Abiah Oakman," born Marshfield, Mass., April 20, 1756; married 

December 13, 1781, Asa Rogers. 

3704. X. Amos Oakman,* born Marshfield, Mass., January 26, 1759. 

Edward Oakman and Sarah, his wife, are buried near the church, 
in the cemetery of the Second Congregational Society of Marshfield, 
near the village of East Marshfield. 

Theii- gravestones are in a good state of preservation, and the in- 
scriptions were kindly copied by Col. H. A. Oakman, of Marshfield : 

In memory of Mr Edward Oakman who died 
May 28, 1791, in the 75'" year of his age. 
Old age with all her dismal train. 

Invades our golden years. 
With sighs and groans and raging pains. 
And death which never spares. 

In memory of Mrs Sarah Oakman wife of 

Mr Edward Oakman, who died Jan. 22, 1794 in the 

78"' year of her age. 

Stoop down my tho'ts that used to rise 

Converse awhile with death. 

Think how a gasping mortal lies, 

And pants away his breath. 

3609. Bethia Doggett'' {Samuel,^ Samuel," TJiomas'), born 
Marshfield, Mass., 1718; married Boston, Mass., September 27, 
1749, by Eev. Andrew Eliot, D.D., to Eobert Kinsman, of Norwich, 
Conn., son of Robert and Rebecca (Burley) Kinsman, of Norwich; 
born Ipswich, Mass., May 3, 1713; died December 16, 1788. 

Issue (possibly) : 

3705. i. Pelatiah Kinsman,* born 1750; died Boston, Mass., April 2, 1797. 

3610. Capt. Samuel Doggett* (Samuel,^ Samuel,^ Thomas^), 
born Marshfield, Mass., 1720; died Boston, Mass., April 24, 1781; 


married Boston, Mass., June 21, 1753, by Rev. Charles Chauncy, to 
Esther Fairfield, daughter of William and Elizabeth (White) Fair- 
field, of Boston, Mass.; born Weuham, Mass., February 5, 1729; 
died Boston, Mass., January, 1812. 
Issue : 

3706. i. Bethiah DoceETT,'' born Boston, Mass., February, 1754; bapt. First 

Church, February 2-t, 1754; died young. 

3707. ii. Samckl Doggeit," born Boston, Mass., May 16, 1755. 

3708. iii. William Doggett,' born Boston, Mass., April 3, 1757. 

3709. iv. Elizabeth Doggett,' bora Boston, Mass., May 22, 1759. 

3710. T. Sarah Doggett,^ born Boston, Mass., December 31, 1761 ; bapt. First 

Church, January 3, 1762; died young. 

3711. Ti. Sarah Doggett," born Boston, Mass., October 1, 1767. 

Capt. Samuel Doggett, mariner and merchant, married, in 1753, 
Esther Fairfield, of Boston, granddaughter of William Fairfield, of 
Wenham, Mass., wlio was a representative for twenty-seven years, 
and in 1741 speaker of the House. 

Her brother. Rev. John Fairfield, H.C., 1757, was for many years 
minister at Saeo. 

After 1757 they lived for several years in a house which Captain 
Doggett bought on Marlboro' street, now a part of Washington 
street, Boston ; an extract of the deed of which is as follows : 

Henderson Inches of Boston, merchant, for 240£ sells Samuel Doggett of 
Boston, mariner, Dwelling house on Marlboro St in Southerly part of Boston, 
17 ft 11 in on Marlboro St, Aug 6, 1757. [Suffolk Deeds. 91-26.] 

Captain Doggett seems to Iiave inherited his father's interest in the 
Wiscasset Company, and in the settlement of their lauds at Sheep- 
scott. January 26, 1762, the company's records mention : "Samuel 
Doggett paid for his lot letter A." 

As a mariner he was doubtless well posted in the country near the 
coast of Maine, and invested in land which at that time seemed a 
most promising locality (the neighborhood of the Kennebec), as 
appears in the following extract: 

Francis Whitmore of Medford in County of Middlesex Mass, Merchant for 
390£ lawful money paid by Samuel Doggett of Boston, County of Suffolk, 
mariner, land in Bowdoinham, west side of Kennebec, near Swan Island, 800 
acres, Feb. 21, 1765. [Lincoln Deeds, 4-32.] 

The records indicate that from this time until his deatli he devoted 
much time and money to the development of this land. 

He had houses and barns built, and it is possible his family spent 
a portion of each season there. 

At the meetings of the Wiscasset Company, in Boston, October 
20 and 27, November 21, and December 29, 1767, Capt. Samuel 
Doggett is mentioned as present; and at the October 27 meeting as 
being elected collector of taxes for the company. 


At the company's meetings in 1768 he is mentioned as present Jan- 
uary 5 and 19, March 10, 22, and 29, AprU 1 and 6, June 21, 
July 14 and 26, August 9, and October 5. At the April 6 meeting 
the following vote was passed, which explains itself : 

April 6, 1768 Whereas it appears by the clerks account that Capt. Samuel 
Doggett now deceased stands charged with the sum of 10£ O.T. for sundry- 
Taxes, of his Lands and as it has been suggested by his heirs that the same has 
been paid although they cannot find a Receipt therefor, and there being some 
reason to think that by some mistake credit was not given for it when paid, 
Voted that the heirs of said Capt Doggett and his estate be discharged of said 
sum of 10£. 

At the same meeting it was also voted that A. Johonnot be paid by Capt. 
Samuel Doggett to be sent to Mr. James Sullivan, &c. 

Capt. Samuel Doggett was present at the company's meetings in 
Boston, in 1769, April 26, August 9 and 10, November 14, 17, and 
21, and December 12. At the meeting August 10 a sale of land of 
delinquent proprietors was held, at which he bought Lot No. 33, 
containing one hundred and twelve acres and one hundred and thirty- 
four rods, which belonged to the heirs of Charles Frost. 

At the meetings in 1770 he was present January 2, March 12 and 
13, May 1, October 23 and 26, November 19, 23, and 27, and 
December 25. 

In 1771, present on March 6 and 18, June 4, 12, 17, 18, 22, and 
24, July 19, August 29, September 12, November 12 and 25, acting 
as moderator at the meeting March 18. 

At the meetings in 1772, present February 17, March 11, May 19, 
July 20 and 23, September 1, October 20, and November 30, acting 
as moderator March 11 and November 30, and being mentioned May 
19 as follows : " Voted Taxes must be paid to Capt Samuel Doggett 
collector of Taxes for the Company." 

In 1773, present January 19 and 25, February 2, 16, and 26, May 
5, 10, and 31, August 24 and 30, and September 2. At the Febru- 
ary 16 meeting it was "Voted, that 2J % be allowed Capt Samuel 
Doggett, collector of Taxes for the Company, for all monies he has 
collected." At the meeting May 5 he acted as moderator. 

In 1774, present January 4, February 1, March 1 and 29, May 17, 
September 27, and November 29 ; at all of which meetings, except- 
ing the first and last, he acted as moderator. The last meeting at 
which he was present was the one held in Boston January 3, 1775. 

By the will of William Fairfield (his father-in-law), dated May 
11, 1770, he was named as one of the executors. [Suffolk Probate, 

It was the custom in those days for the selectmen, accompanied by 
the governor, school committee, and prominent citizens, to make 
periodical visits to inspect the public schools, and it is in this connec- 


tion that we first find liis name on the town records as visiting the 
several public schools on Wednesday, July 10, 1771. 

At a town meeting held at Faneuil Hall March 14, 1774, twelve 
wardens were chosen for the ensuing year, among whom is the name 
of Capt. Samuel Doggett. Monday, November 11, 1776, at a town 
meeting, sixty persons were chosen for collecting an account of the 
damages sustained since the Boston Port Bill, of whom from Ward 
10 was Capt. Samuel Doggett. Captain Doggett's house, on Marlboro' 
street, was built of wood and called in the records his "Mansion 
House." He attended church at the "Old Brick" or First Church, 
which was then located where Rogers Building now stands. His wife 
received the covenant there, February 10, 1754. 

In the Suffolk Probate, 80-206, is the will of Capt. Samuel Dog- 
gett. It is as follows : 

In the name of God, Amen, I, Samuel Doggett of Boston in the county of 
Suffolk and Commonwealth of Mass. Mariner, being sick and weak in Body but 
through the Goodness of God of sound and disposing mind and memory and 
considering that I must shortly Die, Do make and ordain tliis my last Will as 
follows, that is to say, 

First and Principally, I commend my precious and immortal Soul into the 
hands of God who gave it relying Solely on his mercy through the Merits and 
Satisfaction of my only Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ for the Pardon of all my 
sins and Gracious acceptance with him, My Body I commit to the earth to be 
decently Interred at the discretion of my executors hereinafter named, nothing 
doubting but at the General Resurrection I shall receive the same again by the 
mighty power of God. And as for such Worldly Estate as it hath pleased God 
to bless me with I will and order that the same be disposed of in the following 
manner. That is to say — 

Imprimis, I will and order that all my Just debts and Funeral Expences be 
well and truly paid by my Executors with all convenient speed after my decease. 

Item — I give to my wife Esther the Income, use and Improvement of one 
third part of all the Remainder of my Estate both Real and Personal whatsoever 
and wheresoever the same is, shall or may be found for and during the Term of 
her Natural Life. 

Item — I give devise and Bequeath unto my youngest daughter Sarah, Two fifths 
part of all of my estate both real and personal whatsoever and wheresoever the 
same is, shall or may be found to be holden by her, her heirs and assigns forever. 

Item — The remaining three fifths parts of all my estate both real and personal 
whatsoever and wheresoever the same is, shall or may be found, I give Devise 
and Bequeath to among my other three children, namely Samuel and William 
Doggett and Elizabeth Miers wife of M.arcus Miers to be holden by them, their 
heirs and assigns in equal third parts forever. 

Item — I do hereby appoint my said wife Esther and my said two sons Samuel 
and William to be the executors of this my will, hereby revoking all other wills 
by me at any time heretofore made, declaring this and no other to be my last 
will and Testament. 

In Witness whereof, I the said Samuel Doggett have hereunto set my hand 
and seal, the 23"^ day of April, In the year of our Lord 1781. ^ — ^ 

Samuel Doggett f Seal j 

Signed sealed published and V y 

declared by the said Samuel Doggett 
the testator to be his last will and 
testament in the presence of 
Isaac Greenwood. 
John Clarke. 
Henrt Alline. Proved, May S, 1781. 


May 22, 1781, an iuventory of the estate of Capt. Samuel Doggett in the 
county of Suffolk was taken [Suffolk Probate, 80-234], which amounted to 
£651 6s. Id. 

This iuventory of the personal effects in the " Mansion House " on 
Marlboro' street enables one to note the style of furnishing at that day. 

A return of the inventory of all the estate that could be found in the county 
of Lincoln belonging to Capt. Samuel Doggett late of Boston was made June 10, 
1782, and amounted to £1057 13s. 4d. [Suffolk Probate, 84-242.] 

August 30, 1782. The real estate of Samuel Doggett was divided by setting 
off to the widow her dower. [Suffolk Probate, 82-699.] 

Two accounts were afterward returned in relation to the settlement of the 
estate [Suffolk Probate, 84-243 and 85-738], the last one including the sale of 
521 acres of land, which was sold at auction April 10, 1786, and the return dated 
April 27, 1786. 

Esther Doggett, the wife of Capt. Samuel Doggett, sold all her 
rights in the estate on Hanover street, near Friend street, which she 
inherited from her father, on July ] 3, 1780. [Suffolk Deeds, 131-228.] 

Benjamin White, of Brookline, Mass., the son of Edward White, 
by his wife Hannah Wiswall, was born October 5, 1724. 

His first wife was Elizabeth Aspinwall, by whom he had four sons 
and one daughter. 

.Tanuary 17, 1783. Benjamin White bought of his cousin Esther Doggett the 
estate on Devonshire street which she inherited from her father. [Suffolk 
Deeds, 160-48.] 

April U, 1787. She makes over to Benjamin White, of Brookline, her dower 
in the estate of her late husband Samuel Doggett, on account of a note given 
said White by her, dated October 7, 1784. [Suffolk Deeds, 160-48.] 

August 5, 1788. Marriage settlement between Esther Doggett and Benjamin 
White, she to have the use of house in Devonshire and Marlboro streets in case 
said White dies. [Suffolk Deeds, 168-109.] 

Benjamin White and Esther Doggett were married in Brookline, 
Oct. 27, 1788, at the First Church. Benjamin White died in Brook- 
line, May 10, 1790. 

Esther his widow remained in Brookline until 1791 or 1792, when 
she removed to Boston, where she resided until her death. 

3611. Joseph Doggett'' (Samuel,' Samuel,- Tlmnna^), born 
Marshfield, Mass., 1722. 

" Account of the charges of the Transport vessels employed in 
the service of his Majesties Garrison at Louisburg after the reduction 
of the place exclusive of such as were Laden with stores by orders 
from the Admiral & General. 

" Sloop Dolphin. J. Doggett, 6 men, July 8 to Nov 8 54£ wages 
of sailprs, 24 days term of victualling 80£ paid for hire of vessel. 

" Approved Nov 19, 1746." [State Archives of Mass., 72-737.] 

3613. Capt. Noah Doggett* {Samuel,^ Samuel,'^ Thomas^), 
born Marshfield, Mass., 1727; died Boston, Mass., October 18, 


1805 ; married 1st, Boston, Mass., November 8, 1753, by Eev. Samuel 
Cooper, to Mary Clark, daughter of James and Rebecca (Newmarsh) 
Clark; born Boston, Mass., July 8, 1733; died Boston, Mass., 
March 8, 1761 ; married 2d, Boston, Mass., October 10, 1762, by 
Eev. Samuel Checkley, to Mary Alline, daughter of Henry and Jane 
(Swett) Alline; born Boston, Mass., May 25, 1735; died Boston, 
Mass., August 11, 1824. 

Issue : 
3712. i. Joseph Doggett," born Boston, Mass., August 16, 1754. 
371:i. ii. Bethiah Doggett,* born Boston, Mass., August 22, 17^6. 

3714. iii. JS'OAH Doggett,* born Boston, Mass., April 6, 1758; died young. 

3715. iv. Amos Doggett,* born Boston, Mass., January 7, 176+ ; died young. 

3716. V. Mart Uoggett,' born Boston, Mass., March 12, 1765; died Boston, 

Mass.. October 29, 1777. 

3717. vi. Henkv Uoggett,* born Boston, Mass., February 15, 1767. 

3718. Tii. Jane Doggett," born Boston, Mass., January 27, 1769; died Boston, 

Mass , September 24, 1769. 

3719. Till. Noah Doggett,^ born Boston, Mass., October 1, 1770. 

3720. ix. Samuel Doggett,° born Boston, Mass., August 31, 1772. 

3721.x. Lydia Doggett,= born Newburyport, Mass., October 14, 1775 ; died 
Boston, Mass., August 7, 1815. 

Capt. Noah Doggett, son of Capt. Samuel Doggett, inherited from 
his father that love for travel which led him to become what was then 
called a mariner. 

His father died when he was but eighteen years of age, and two 
years afterward he had the misf