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Samuel moved to Irwin Township in Venango County, Pennsylvania, prior to the US Census of 1800 where he is listed as "Sal Dowty". Mayflower Families Through Five Generations identifies him with the Samual Doty found in the Derry Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, census for 1800; however, an examination of the ages of family members shows that the Westmoreland County Samuel is this Samuel's father, Samual Doty (c1733-1817). The following table compares what would have been the age breakdown of the families of the two Samuels, had all the members of each family been living together in 1800, with the census configuations of the Samual Doty families in Derry Township, Westmoreland County and Irwin Township, Venango County.

                 Males          ||          Females  
      |<10|10-15|16-25|26-44|>44||<10|10-15|16-25|26-44|>44|
Derry | 0 |  1  |  1  |  0  | 1 || 2 |  1  |  1  |  0  | 1 |
Sam Sr| 0 |  1  |  2  |  2  | 2 || 0 |  0  |  0  |  0  | 1 |
Sam Jr| 4 |  1  |  2  |  1  | 0 || 2 |  1  |  2  |  1  | 0 |
Irwin | 4 |  2  |  1  |  0  | 1 || 3 |  2  |  1  |  1  | 0 | 

If one assumes that adult offspring have moved away from home, Samuel's configuration is closest to that of Sal Dowty of Irwin, and his father's is closest to that of Samuel Doty of Derry. Samuel's oldest daughter, Hannah, married Aaron Ausin about 1800, and on the census of Irwin Township the family of Moses Austin was recorded next to that of Sal Dowty. The Moses Auston houshold consisted of a man and woman over 44 and a man and woman between 16 and 25, which suggests that Hannah had married the boy next door and moved in with him and his parents. By 1810 Samuel had moved to Scrubgrass Township in Venango County, Pennsylvania, where the 1810 census records him next to his son Jacob. His son-in-law, Aaron Austin, is also living in Scrubgrass Township in 1810. Samuel moved to Ohio in 1812, and in 1814 he and his brother Daniel purchased the northwest quarter of section 8 T2R3, Liberty Township, Butler County, Ohio. In December of 1814 Samuel was asked by James Reynolds to go to Pennsylvania on business relating to land in Red Bank and Derry townships and to pay Jonathan Doty $85.[1]

Children


Offspring of Samuel Doty and Mary Brown (1761-1844)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Hannah Doty (1783-1865) 1783 New Jersey, United States 1865 Aaron Austin (c1777-1860)

Jesse M. Doty (1784-1849) 9 October 1784 New Jersey 17 August 1849 Ohio, USA Jane Unknown (c1793-?)

Jacob Doty (c1784-1866) 1784 New Jersey 23 October 1866 Indiana, USA Isabelle Trippe (1791-1874)
Margaret Garrigus (1795-1838)

William Doty (1786-1865) 1786 New Jersey, USA 1865 Randolph County, Indiana, USA Phebe Sutton (c1796-1865)

Samuel B. Doty (1786-1832) September 1786 Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, United States 1832 Ohio, United States Margaret Moore (1794-1844)

Prudence Doty (1792-1863) 25 December 1792 New Jersey 17 October 1863 John Moore (?-?)

Elizabeth Doty (c1793-?) 1793 New Jersey Moses Davison (?-?)

Joseph Doty (1795-1889) 1 May 1795 Pennsylvania, United States 6 November 1889 Independence, Warren County, Indiana, United States Euphemia Thompson (1801-1847)
Cynthia Ann Freeman (1812-1890)

Daniel Jonas Doty (1797-1889) 1797 Pennsylvania, USA 10 January 1889 Warren County, Indiana, USA Nancy Bullman (1811-?)

Rachel Doty (1798-1865) 1798 Pennsylvania, USA 1865 Daniel McClatchey

John J. Doty (?-?) Pennsylvania Phebe Chatterlin (?-?)

David Doty (1798-bef1832) 1798 Pennsylvania, USA October 1831 Julianna (?-?)

Stephen Doty (1800-1874) 5 December 1800 Pennsylvania, United States 2 June 1874 Oxford, Butler County, Ohio, United States Rebecca Bake (1808-1885)

Elijah Doty (1803-1860) 1803 Pennsylvania, United States 18 March 1860 Macoupin County, Illinois, United States Elizabeth Gough (1802-1888)

Mary Doty (?-bef1829) 1829 James Davidson (bef1812-)

Descendants

To view Samuel's descendants click here.

References

  1. ^ Butler County, Ohio, Court of Common Pleas, September, 1817.


Sources and notes

‡ General
  • Butler County, Ohio, Probate Records, David Doty
  • Butler County, Ohio, Wills, Samuel Doty
  • Descendants of Edward Doty, Mayflower Passenger The Pilgrim Edward Doty Society, 1993.
  • Executor of D. Doty deceased vs. Stephen Doty et al
  • International Genealogical Index
  • Mayflower Families Through Five Generations Vol 11, part 2. Plymouth MA: General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1996.
  • Ohio Genealogical Society. The Report vol 19 p128.
  • Ohio Records and Pioneer Families vol XIX 1978 p186.
  • RootsWeb ID: I531430823
  • Stroup, H. Butler County Cemetary and Curch Records suppliment v1 p44
  • US Census, 1800, Irwin, Venango, PA
  • US Census, 1810, Scrubgrass, Venango, PA
  • US Census, 1820, Liberty, Butler, OH
  • US Census, 1830, Liberty, Butler, OH
  • US Census, 1850, Warren Co, IN
  • US Census, 1850, Oxford, Butler, OH



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