Rev. Isaac Spencer Hobbs

Male 1826 - 1892


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  Rev. Isaac Spencer Hobbs was born 23 Sep 1826, Va (son of William Zion Hobbs and Mary Spencer); died 3 Oct 1892, Kentucky; was buried Hobbs-Alexander Cemetery, Wolfe Co., KY.

    Notes:

    1880 United States Federal Census
    Name: Isaac S. Hobbs
    Home in 1880: Precinct 3, Wolfe, Kentucky
    Age: 53
    Estimated birth year: abt 1827
    Birthplace: Virginia
    Relation to head-of-household: Self (Head)
    Spouse's name: Temperance
    Father's birthplace: Virginia
    Mother's birthplace: Virginia
    Neighbors: View others on page
    Occupation: Farmer
    Marital Status: Married
    Race: White
    Gender: Male
    Household Members: Name Age
    Isaac S. Hobbs 53
    Temperance Hobbs 42
    James P. Hobbs 15
    William L. Hobbs 12
    Henry G. Hobbs 9
    Pharinda C. Hobbs 6
    George W. Hobbs 4




    1860 United States Federal Census
    Name: Isaac Hobbs
    Age in 1860: 33
    Birth Year: abt 1827
    Birthplace: Virginia
    Home in 1860: Owsley, Kentucky
    Gender: Male
    Post Office: Swiftsville
    Value of real estate: View image
    Household Members: Name Age
    Isaac Hobbs 33
    Temperance Hobbs 23
    Mary S Hobbs 5
    Jemima Hobbs 2
    Michael Kimbrel 23

    1870 Wolfe Co., Ky. Census Precinct 3
    Hobbs, Isaac age 43 b. VA
    Temperance age 33 b. Ky.
    Mary age 15 b. Ky.
    Ellen age 12 b. Ky.
    John age 8 b. Ky.
    James age 5 b. Ky.
    William age 2. b. Ky.

    Isaac married Purlina Temperence Shoemaker abt. 1851. Purlina (daughter of James Shoemaker and Phenabie Ann Spencer) was born 12 Jan 1837, Breathitt Co., KY; died 06 Oct 1919, Wolfe Co., Ky.; was buried Hobbs-Alexander Cemetery, Wolfe Co., KY. [Group Sheet]

    Children:
    1. Mary Sara Hobbs was born 08 Mar 1855, Owsley Co., KY; died Wolfe Co., KY.
    2. Jemima Ellen Hobbs was born 11 Nov 1857, Owsley Co., Ky.; died 23 Sept. 1877, Wolfe Co., Ky..
    3. Ellen Hobbs was born abt. 1858, Owsley Co., Ky.; died 23 Sept. 1877.
    4. John M. Hobbs was born 01 Apr 1862, Wolfe Co., Ky.; died 19 Sept. 1877, Wolfe Co., KY; was buried Hobbs-Alexander Cemetery, Wolfe Co., KY.
    5. James K. Hobbs was born 24 Feb 1865, Wolfe Co., KY; died 31 May 1938, Wolfe Co., KY.
    6. William Lloyd Hobbs was born 23 Oct 1867, Wolfe Co., KY; died 25 Feb 1945, Wolfe Co., KY.
    7. Henry C. Hobbs was born 23 Feb 1871, Wolfe Co., KY; died 02 Nov 1902, Wolfe Co., KY.
    8. Pharinda Hobbs
    9. George Washington Hobbs was born abt. 1876, Wolfe Co., KY; died Abt 1921.
    10. Catherine Hobbs was born 03 Jul 1873, Wolfe Co., KY; died 20 Jul 1946, Wolfe Co., KY.
    11. Isaac Hobbs was born 12 Feb 1876.
    12. Sarah C. Hobbs was born 16 Oct 1882, Wolfe Co., KY; died 23 Jun 1937, Wolfe Co., KY; was buried Adams Family Cemetery, Kash Farm off Hobbs Rd. Wolfe Co., KY.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  William Zion Hobbs was born abt. 1797, Washington Co., VA (son of Ezekiel Hobbs and Sarah Blubaugh); died 1858, Lee Co., VA.

    Notes:

    1850 Lee Co.,Virginia District 31
    455 472 William Hobbs age 53 farmer b. VA
    Mary 42, b. VA
    Washington 18 b. VA
    Aaron 16 b. VA
    Narvesta 14 b. VA
    Mary A. 12 b. VA
    Catherine 10 b. VA
    William 7 b. VA
    Margaret 5 b. VA
    Jemima 2 b. VA
    William Chrisman 34, b. VA
    Sarah Chrisman 26, B. VA

    1860 United States Federal Census
    Name: Mary Hobbs
    Age in 1860: 54
    Birth Year: abt 1806
    Birthplace: Virginia
    Home in 1860: Western District, Lee, Virginia
    Gender: Female
    Post Office: Jonesville
    Value of real estate: View image
    Household Members: Name Age
    Mary Hobbs 54
    Wm Hobbs 16
    Margret Hobbs 13
    Jemima Hobbs 11




    Shown in 1830 Lee Co. VA census. Settled in Turkey Creek, Lee Co., VA.

    William married Mary Spencer Abt 1820, VA. Mary (daughter of Aaron Spencer and Rachel Daugherty) was born 1806, Lee Co., VA; died 1868, Lee Co., VA. [Group Sheet]


  2. 3.  Mary Spencer was born 1806, Lee Co., VA (daughter of Aaron Spencer and Rachel Daugherty); died 1868, Lee Co., VA.

    Notes:

    Shown in the 1830 Lee Co., VA census. Settled in Turkey Creek, Lee Co., Va.

    Children:
    1. Sarah Hobbs was born 1824.
    2. 1. Isaac Spencer Hobbs was born 23 Sep 1826, Va; died 3 Oct 1892, Kentucky; was buried Hobbs-Alexander Cemetery, Wolfe Co., KY.
    3. Washington Hobbs was born Abt 1832.
    4. Ezekiel Preston Hobbs was born 11 Sept. 1832, Lee Co., VA; died 13 Feb 1893, Cedar, KS; was buried Cedar, KS.
    5. Aaron Spencer Hobbs was born 23 Jan 1834, Lee Co., VA; died 21 Oct 1863, Camp Douglas, IL.
    6. Nervesta J. Hobbs was born Jun 1836, Turkey Cove, Lee Co., VA.
    7. Mary Ann Hobbs was born 05 Jul 1838, Lee Co., VA; died 1920, Wolfe Co., KY.
    8. Catherine C. Hobbs was born 1841, VA.
    9. William Zion Hobbs was born 13 Feb 1844, Lee Co., VA; died 18 Apr 1915, Lee Co., KY; was buried Big Andy Ridge, Lee Co., Ky.
    10. Margaret E. Hobbs was born Abt 1847.
    11. Jemima Hobbs was born 1849, Yokum Station, Lee Co., VA.


Generation: 3

  1. 4.  Ezekiel Hobbs was born abt. 1762, near Hagerstown, MD (son of Vincent Hobbs, Sr. and Mary Hannah Shelby); died 13 Dec 1835, Washington Co., VA.

    Notes:

    Ezekial Hobbs was a soldier in the Revolutionary and was pensioned for his service. On the 6th day of October 1834 when he made his application he stated he was 72 years of age, and that he was drafted in 1776 and was living on the North Fork of the Holston River in Washington County, where he had always lived. Most of his service was against the Indians on the frontier, but in 1780 he was drafted to march against the British and Tories in the Carolinas...he marched with the Regiment commanded by Col. William Campbell on the expedition to Kings Mountain but being taken sick was left and did not share in the "glory of the battle." Further, he was in that service only two weeks which was his last, and he was living on the North Fork of the Holston River when he was first called into service on the same farm where he now resides in the County of Washington, Virginia and where he has always resided.

    Ezekial Hobbs was married twice but the name of his frist wife is not known. His second wife was Elizabeth Lilley, who made application for a pension on her husband's service, 3rd of February 1853. She said her husband died on the 13th of June, but the year was not given. His will, dated November 31, 1831 was proved July 27, 1835 and again October 26, 1835. Recorded in Will Book 7, Page 75. Ezekial Hobbs was the father of 23 children, 13 by his first wife and 10 by his second.

    MARRIAGE RECORD:
    Know all men by these presents that we Ezekial Hobbs and Hardy Lilley are held and firmly bound to John Page Esq Governor of Virginia in the sum of One Hundred and Fifty dollars. To which payment well and truly to be made to the said Governor and his successors in office we bind ourselves our heirs executors and administrators jointly and severally firmly by these presents, Witness our hands and seals this 27th day of July 1803.

    The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas there is a marriage shortly intended between the above Ezekial Hobbs and Elizabeth Lilly. Now if there is no lawful cause to obstruct the same, the the above obligation to be void otherwise to remain in full force.
    Signed: Ezekiel Hobbs (seal) Hardy Lilley (seal)

    The foregoing is a true copy of the bond executed in the clerks office of Washington County, by Ezekiel Hobbs on obtaining license for the marriage of himself and Elizabeth Lilley, and is the only record evidence of such marriage in this office. In testimony whereof I Jacob Lynch subscribed my name and affixed my seal of said court this first day of November, 1853. Jacob Lynch c.c.

    Ezekiel — Sarah Blubaugh. [Group Sheet]


  2. 5.  Sarah Blubaugh
    Children:
    1. Polly Hobbs was born abt. 1785.
    2. John Hobbs was born abt. 1788.
    3. Vincent Hobbs was born abt. 1789.
    4. Joel Hobbs was born abt. 1790.
    5. Nathan Hobbs was born 02 Nov 1790; died 1 Sept. 1863, Morristown, TN.
    6. Benjamin Hobbs was born abt. 1791; died 16 Jan 1810.
    7. Nancy Hobbs was born abt. 1793.
    8. Isaac Hobbs was born abt. 1794.
    9. Betsy Hobbs was born abt. 1795.
    10. Rachel Hobbs was born abt. 1796.
    11. Rebecca Hobbs was born abt. 1796.
    12. 2. William Zion Hobbs was born abt. 1797, Washington Co., VA; died 1858, Lee Co., VA.
    13. Ruth Hobbs was born abt. 1800.

  3. 6.  Aaron Spencer was born 1770 (son of Joseph Charles Spencer and Mary DeRoach Broom); died 1822, Lee Co., VA; was buried Young Cemetery, Dryden, Lee Co., Va..

    Aaron — Rachel Daugherty. Rachel (daughter of Joseph Daugherty and Unknown) was born 1775, Montgomery Co., VA. [Group Sheet]


  4. 7.  Rachel Daugherty was born 1775, Montgomery Co., VA (daughter of Joseph Daugherty and Unknown).
    Children:
    1. Rachel Spencer was born Carter Co., KY.
    2. John Spencer was born 1802, Lee Co., VA; died 1848, MO.
    3. Elijah Spencer was born 03 May 1803, Lee Co., VA; died 04 Nov 1854, Owsley Co., KY.
    4. 3. Mary Spencer was born 1806, Lee Co., VA; died 1868, Lee Co., VA.
    5. Abraham Spencer was born 1808, Lee Co., VA; died 1850, Sullivan Co., MO.
    6. Elizabeth Spencer was born 07 Jun 1810; died 15 Feb 1890.
    7. Isaac Spencer was born 1813, Lee Co., VA; died 01 Mar 1853, Lee Co., VA.
    8. Aaron Spencer was born 1816.
    9. Jacob Spencer was born 1816, VA.


Generation: 4

  1. 8.  Vincent Hobbs, Sr. was born 1722, Dorchester, England (son of Nathaniel Barrye Hobbs and Mary Randal); died May 1808, Dryden, Lee Co., VA.

    Notes:

    1790 Washington Co., VA Tax List
    Hobbs Joel
    Hobbs Thomas
    Hobbs Vinson Sr.
    Hobbs Vinson Jr.
    Hobbs Ezekiel

    CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800
    CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS, SECTION "I."
    JUDGMENTS.
    page 76
    Simon Eli vs. Robert and William Davis and Alexr. Wiley--O. S. 36; N. S. 12--Bill 27th October, 1800. In 1771 William McGhee (McGaughey) made a settlement in the Turkey Cove in Powell's Valley in present Lee County, and obtained a certificate from the Commissioners in 1779. James Arbuckle as assignee of Jephtha Messay also obtained a certificate for lands adjoining settled in 1776 which was transferred to defendants. Vincent Hobbs deposes that he first became acquainted with the lands in 1773, and he moved his family into the Cove in 1780 and found Rachel Arbuckle and her family there on a tract she claimed by Jeptha Messay's improvement. In the Spring following all the families moved away because of the Indians being troublesome. John Thompson deposes that in February, 1778, he came to the Turkey Cove to look at a tract he expected to buy. Joseph Head's deposition: Peter Cloud first began to improve the land. Thomas Berry deposed that he knew of McGehee's improvement in 1771. William Collier deposes that in the winter and spring preceding Christian's campaign he remained at the Camp of Thomas Lovelady. William was a hunter and trapper. Thomas Sowers, now called Soward, came in with Messey. The Indians became troublesome and the people had to leave.
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    CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800
    CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS, SECTION "I."
    JUDGMENTS.
    page 76
    Simon Ely vs. James Thompson--O. S. 36; N. S. 12--(See Eli vs. Davis, supra; same case.) Robert Davis deposes, 1802, that in 1779, he and Alex. Wiley drove cattle to Turkey Cove in Powell's Valley, where they found Peter Cloud living, tending stock for James Thompson. He and Alex continued on to the Cumberland country and then returned. William Collier deposes. David Dryden deposes that in 1771 he removed to the country now called Washington, and came to the house of Thomas Berry. William Blanton deposes, September, 1803, that he has been acquainted with Powell's Valley since 1770 and was on a hunting party there in 1771-1772. He has now been living in the Valley 11-12 years. Vincent Hobbs deposes, 1803, he first became acquainted with the land in 1773 and settled there in 1780. Nathan Richardson deposes, 1804, that he became acquainted with the land in 1770 or 1771 on a hunting trip and met there Thomas Berry and McGehee. Philip Catrine deposes, 1804, that he had been acquainted with the Valley 25 years. Arbuckle was living there then. Vincent Hobbs deposes, 1804, that he first became acquainted in 1770-1771; has lived on the land 17 years. Collier was always called Lying Bill Collier. Robert Preston deposes (brother to Walter Preston). Thomas Berry deposes, September, 1803, that in 1770, or 1771, he went to Powell's Valley with William McGahee, who was then a stranger in the county and went with Thos. on a hunting party. Thomas went up the country after some Buffaloes and when he returned he saw some trees deadened which McGahee claimed as his improvement. McGahee when they went on the hunting party owned a place on Holston bought from one Walling, where he lived about 70 miles from Powell's Valley. Thomas Soward deposes, 1802, is about (56) fifty-six years old; in Russell County; in 1776 he and Jephta Massey, his brother-in-law, settled at Turkey Cove, planted corn, cabbage, peach stone, apple seed and remained on the land until obliged to remove on account of the Indian War. John Hoover deposes, 1804. James Fugate deposes, 1804. Henry Hoover deposes, 1804, that in 1782 he drove Gen. Shelby's stock to range in Turkey Cove. Nathan Richardson aged about sixty-five (65) years, deposes, 1802, that in 1771 he was on a hunting expedition in Powell's Valley and met Thomas Berry, David Carson and William McGahee. Answer states. Jephta Massey made the first settlement, who invited Thomas Sowers to come there who made a settlement. Massey sold to Rachel Arbuckle, who allthough a married woman, being separated from her husband by mutual consent, lived and transacted business as a single woman. Jephtha Massey deposes in Monroe County, 5th November, 1802, in April, 1775 or 1776, he made an improvement on Turkey Cove and remained there until June, when everybody was driven away by the Indians, but returned in the fall.
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    CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800
    CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS, SECTION "I."
    JUDGMENTS.
    page 109
    Hobbs vs. Hobbs--O. S. 103; N. S. 35--Bill, 2d August, 1805. Orator is James Hobbs. In 1773, orator made a settlement in Washington County, on North Fork of Holston, but left it for some time, during which he was considered dead, but returned and found that his father, Vincent Hobbs, had sold to William Williams. Orator enlisted in a company to go against the Indians, and was on the frontier 21 years, during which time Williams had sold to John Kindrick. John completed his title and died, leaving Thomas Kindrick, Jno. Kindrick, Jno. Burks and Mary, his wife, William Allen and Rachel, his wife, and Elizabeth Kindrick, widow.


    Source: ?
    Chapter XIV Hobbs Benham
    Pages 567-574

    1. Vincent Hobbs, the immigrant ancestor of this branch of the Hobbs family, after arriving in America through the port of Dover, Delaware, settled in Maryland on the Potomac River in 1735. He married Mary Shelby, presumably a close relative of Col. Evan Shelby. They remained in Maryland for several years, where all their children were born and grew to maturity. Eventually Vincent Hobbs moved with his family to the Holston Valley and settled on the North Fork of Holston River, on adjoining land to John Benham, his son-in-law, where he lived for a few years, later moving to Turkey Cove.

    Vincent Hobbs was familiar with Turkey Cove long before moving there. In a land suit, Vincent Hobbs, 1804, in a deposition states that he became acquainted in 1770-1771. In another deposition he states that he first became acquainted with the lands in dispute in 1773 and moved his family into the Cove in 1780, and found Rachel Arbuckle and her family on a tract she claimed by Jeptha Messay's improvement. In the spring following all the families moved away because of the Indians being troublesome.

    After moving away from the Cove the records show that Vincent Hobbs returned to the North Fork of the Holston River in Washington County where he acquired two land grants:

    Certify that Vincent Hobbs is entitled to 300 acres in Washington County, North Fork of Holston River, on both sides of John Benham and above John Kindrick to include his improvements, having proved to the Court he was entitled to the same by actual settlement made in the year 1776.
    As witness our hands this 16th day of August 1781
    Tese: James Reid CCC, Jas Cabell, Henry Innes, R. Cabell Commissioners

    Second Survey:
    Surveyed for Vincent Hobbs 272 acres in Washington County...North Fork of Holston River...April 15, 1782.

    The 1782 Washington County Tax list shows: Vincent Hobbs 1 tithe, 3 horses, 11 cows.

    Records show that Vincent Hobbs was a member of Captain Daniel Smith's Company of Militia at Elk Garden on the 4th of October 1774.

    A list of persons sowrn to the States in Captain Joseph Cloyd's Company of Montgomery County, 1777-1778 shows Vincent Hobbs, February 24th, 1788. Recorded in Revolutionary War Record Book, Fincastle, Montgomery Counties, 1775-1788, Page 146.

    Vincent Hobbs Jr., Vincent Hobbs Sr., Bennum Hobbs, and Absalom Hobbs signed the Petition of the Inhabitants of that part of the County of Russell settled in Powells Valley for the division of the County, October 5, 1792.

    It is not known just how long the Hobbs family had been residents of Powells Valley at the above date.

    Vincent — Mary Hannah Shelby. Mary (daughter of Evan D. Shelby and Catherine (Davies) Morgan) was born 1725, Tregaron, Wales; died 1804, Dryden, Lee Co., VA. [Group Sheet]


  2. 9.  Mary Hannah Shelby was born 1725, Tregaron, Wales (daughter of Evan D. Shelby and Catherine (Davies) Morgan); died 1804, Dryden, Lee Co., VA.
    Children:
    1. Rachel Hobbs was born 14 Nov 1761, Guilford, NC; died 23 Feb 1830, Lee Co., VA.
    2. Rebecca Hobbs was born abt. 1748; died 1804.
    3. Vincent Hobbs, Jr. was born abt. 1750, Maryland; died Hickory Creek, TN.
    4. James Hobbs was born 16 May 1759; died 1847, KY.
    5. Absalom Hobbs was born abt. 1755, MD.
    6. Abner Hobbs was born abt. 1758.
    7. William Hobbs was born abt. 1761.
    8. Mary Polly Hobbs was born abt. 1761; died Apr 1823.
    9. 4. Ezekiel Hobbs was born abt. 1762, near Hagerstown, MD; died 13 Dec 1835, Washington Co., VA.
    10. Joel Hobbs was born abt. 1766.
    11. Thomas Hobbs was born 1749; died 1853, Big Piney, Monroe Co., TN.
    12. Hannah Hobbs was born 1751; died 1833.

  3. 12.  Joseph Charles Spencer was born 06 Nov 1738, VA (son of William D. Spencer and Sarah Hill); died 06 Jan 1837, Poor Valley, Lee Co., VA.

    Notes:

    Family Data Collection - Births
    Name: Joseph Charles Spencer
    Father: William D Spencer
    Mother: Sarah Hill
    Birth Date: 6 Nov 1738
    State: NC
    Country: USA



    Joseph Charles Spencer - the first Spencer to Wolfe Co., Ky. and the first to bring slaves to Wolfe Co.

    Joseph — Mary DeRoach Broom. Mary died 2 Sept. 1816. [Group Sheet]


  4. 13.  Mary DeRoach Broom died 2 Sept. 1816.

    Notes:

    Died:
    From Nora Cox Clark book

    Children:
    1. William D. Spencer was born 1765, Wilkes Co., NC; died 1830, Lee Co., VA.
    2. John Spencer was born 1769, Wilkes Co., NC; died 24 Mar 1853, Perry Co., KY.
    3. 6. Aaron Spencer was born 1770; died 1822, Lee Co., VA; was buried Young Cemetery, Dryden, Lee Co., Va..
    4. Patience Spencer was born 1770, New River, Grayson Co., VA; died 1831, Harlan Co., KY.
    5. Joseph Spencer was born 1778.
    6. Abraham Spencer was born 1779.
    7. Isaac Spencer was born 1780.
    8. Moses Spencer was born 08 Dec 1786, Montgomery Co., Va; died 10 Sept. 1861, Wolfe Co., Ky.; was buried Spencer Cem., Sandy Ridge Rd., Wolfe Co., KY.

  5. 14.  Joseph Daugherty

    Notes:

    Chapter XLVII (?)
    O'Dogherty or Daugherty
    Coat of Arms
    Daugherty Joseph - William
    This family descended from Fiamhan, a brother of Muriartus or Muiriartach, 99th generation in the pedigree of O'Donel of Tirconnell. This Fiamhan, was ancestor of the clan or sept of O'Dochartaigh, anglicised Docharty, Daugherty, Dogherty, Doherty, Dougherty, O'Dogherty. It was from Dochartach, grandson of Fiamhan, that the name derived. The heads of this family were lords of Innishowen. Sir Cahir O'Dogherty, lord of Innishowen, in the year 1608, then in his 21st year, raised and insurrection against Sir George Paulett, Governor of Derry. Cahir's forces captured Derry, slew most of the garrison, and burned the town.
    ARMS: Argent, a stag springing gules, on a chief vert three mullets of the first.
    CREST: A hand couped at the wrist erect and grasping a sword all proper.
    MOTTO: Arm dutchas (Ancient '"Ar m Dutchas")
    AUTHORITY: O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees, 1923 edition, Vol. 1, Page 411.
    (The Arms on record at the Office of Arms, Dublin)

    Descendants of the Irish O'Doghertys came to America at different periods of colonization and numerous families of them are now living in almost every section of the country.
    Joseph, Henry, John, Nicholas and William Daugherty were brothers, and they had a sister Elizabeth, who married Robert Dennison. There is reason to believe that they were the children of William Daugherty who died 1773. Henry Daugherty was granted administration on the estate of William Daugherty, deceased July 6, 1773, In Montgomery County, Virginia. Henry Daugherty settled in what became Washington County and left descendants. Nicholas Daugherty, a cripple, was in the Militia of Montgomery County.
    William Daugherty (Doherty) first settled in Augusta County. Later (1766), he sold part of his land in Augusta and moved to Botetcourt County. He had a wife named Elizabeth (surname unknown). In 1786, he deeded all his land lying on the Cow Pasture (Augusta County) and negroes to his three sons, William (baptized 13 March 1749), Joseph (baptized 13 March 1749), and George Daugherty. George in return was to pay his two sisters, Elizabeth and Agness (baptized 13 March 1749), forty pounds in gold. (Authority: DBK, 384, Bot. Co.: Dr. Wilson's The Tinkling Spring.)
    Extract from Augusta County Court Records by Chalkley, Vol. II, Page 105.


    Not proven to be related:
    MINOR NOTICES
    Author(s): Charles M. Travis
    Source: Indiana Magazine of History, Vol. 10, No. 1 (MARCH, 1914), pp. 110-120
    Published by: Indiana University Department of History; Trustees of Indiana University
    Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/27785616
    Accessed: 21-07-2016 14:13 UTC


    William Daugherty, Sr., born in Chester county, Pennsylvania, in 1754, and died September 1, 1841 in Delaware county, Indiana. He married Lydia Cox on September 19, 1777, in West Moreland county, Pennsylvania. In August, 1777, he enlisted under the command of Colonel Gaddis and later under Captain Swindler and Lieut. Michael Cat. September 1, 1778, he entered Capt. James Daugherty's company, Col. John Evans' regiment and served for six months and was discharged March 1, 1779. In April, 1779, he was called out for an enlistment of fifteen days and as soon as he returned home was called out for a term of fifteen days at Stradler's fort. He came to Delaware county in 1829. He is buried on the bank of White river below Yorktown, upon land owned by the late David Campbell. His grave is unmarked. His wife died May 9, 1851, aged 89 years, in Clinton county, Ohio, both William Daugherty and his wife being pensioners. Children were, Bridget Bell, of Highland county, Ohio ; James Daugherty, Clinton county, Ohio ; Hannah Reed, Clinton county, Ohio; William Daugherty, Jr., Delaware county, Indiana; Elizabeth Reed, Delaware county, Indiana; Lydia Somers, Henry county, Indiana. William Daugherty, Jr., was a soldier in the War of 1812, enlisting at Lebanon, Ohio, in Ab gust, 1812, in Capt. John Spencer's company, Colonel Shumalt's regiment. He was born March 3, 1790, at or near Wilmington, Ohio and died September 29 1876, in Delaware county and is buried at Yorktown.


    Joseph — Unknown. [Group Sheet]


  6. 15.  Unknown
    Children:
    1. 7. Rachel Daugherty was born 1775, Montgomery Co., VA.
    2. John Daugherty
    3. Nicholas Daugherty
    4. Nathaniel Daugherty was born 15 Jan 1781.