Edward DOTY / Faith CLARKE


Husband: Edward DOTY

Born: at:
Married: 6 Jan 1634[14390] at: Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Died: 23 Aug 1655[2129] at: Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Faith CLARKE
Notes: [2130]

Wife: Faith CLARKE

Born: 1619[2104] at:
Died: 21 Dec 1675[2105] at: Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Edward DOTY , John PHILLIPS
Notes: [2106]

CHILDREN

Name: Edward DOTY
Born: ABT 1637[2134] at: Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Married: 25 Feb 1661[16091] at: Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Died: at:
Spouses: Sarah FAUNCE

Name: John DOTY
Born: ABT 1640[2115] at: Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Thomas DOTY
Born: ABT 1641[2116] at: Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Samuel DOTY
Born: ABT 1643[1775] at: Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Desire DOTY
Born: ABT 1645[2136] at: Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Married: 25 Dec 1667at: Duxbury, , Massachusetts
Died: 22 Jan 1731[2137] at: Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Spouses: William SHERMAN , Israel HOLMES , Alexander STANDISH

Name: Elizabeth DOTY
Born: ABT 1647[2108] at: Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Isaac DOTY
Born: 8 Feb 1648[2107] at: Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Joseph DOTY
Born: 30 Apr 1651[2103] at: Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Died: at:
Spouses:

Name: Mary DOTY
Born: ABT 1653[12236] at: Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Died: at:
Spouses:

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[2130] The following is from "MAYFLOWER FAMILIES Through Five Generation" Volume 11, Edward Doty. 1996.

"Edward Doty was a passenger on the MAYFLOWER, a servant in the household of Stephen Hopkins. His name is shown near the end of the listof signers of the Mayflower Compact, followed only by the name of his fellow-servant, Edward Lister."

"Edward Doty was one of the ten MAYFLOWER passengers who took part in the famous journey of exploration of Cape Cod Bay that led to the discovery of Plymouth Harbor and the selection of Plymouth as the new home of the Pilgrims."

"Nothing reliable has been found concerning his birth or parents. Since he signed the Mayflower Compact, he was probably an adult at the time, or nearly so; hence probably born before 1603. In 1643, he was listed in a census of men capable of bearing arms between the ages of 16 and 40. This would place his birth some time after 1583."

"In 1651, Bradford wrote '...But Edward Doty by a second wife hath 7. children, and both he and they are living.' This is the only intimation we have of his first wife. It is probable that Doty married a woman arriving in Plymouth on a later ship; and that she died, possibly in 1633, when there was ' an infectious fevoure' from which more than 20 people died. It is also possible that Bradford had heard of an earlier marriage, occurring some time before the Mayflower voyage, which would imply that Edward Doty was somewhat older, and probably a household servant to Steven Hopkins rather than an apprentice."

"In any case, there were almost certainly no surviving children of the first marriage. The seven children referred to by Bradford were soon joined by an eighth, and, within three years, by the ninth and last. All these children are accounted for in the wills of Edward Doty and his wife, or by the deeds of his sons, in which they sold land they had received from their father Edward Doty."

"During his liftime, Edward Doty was often at loggerheads with his neighbors. Plymouth Colony Records contain no fewer than 30 lawsuits brought by Edward Doty, or, more frequently, against him. Most of these suits were civil actions, but there were also three complaints brought against Doty for assault, and one for slander. It is significant that he lost most of these cases, whether they were initiated by him or by his adversaries."

"Nevertheless, by the time of his death, Edward Doty had achieved a substantial measure of material success. He left to his family an estate that compared favorably with those of men who had more to begin with than the one-time servant of Steven Hopkins."

[2106] Came to Plymouth the last of April 1634 with her father, Thurston Clark, aboard the "Francis"

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[1775] [S14]

[2136] [S14]

[2137] [S14]

[2108] [S14]

[2107] [S14]

[2103] [S14]

[12236] [S14]

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LIVING / Elizabeth


Husband: LIVING

Born: at:
Married: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Elizabeth

Wife: Elizabeth

Born: at:
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Peter RUTAN , LIVING
Notes: [2457]

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[2457] widow of Abe Sickles Sr.

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John LEAVENS / Hannah (Sarah) WOOD


Husband: John LEAVENS

Born: at:
Married: 17 Jun 1665at: Roxbury, Norfolk, Massachusetts
Died: at:
Father:
Mother:
Spouses: Hannah (Sarah) WOOD

Wife: Hannah (Sarah) WOOD

Born: 10 May 1638at: Roxbury, Norfolk, Massachusetts
Died: 25 Oct 1666at: Roxbury, Norfolk, Massachusetts
Father: John WOOD
Mother: Mary PARMENTER
Spouses: John LEAVENS

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