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Sile Doty was born 30 August 1801 in St. Albans, Vermont, United States to David Doty (1778-1855) and Martha Wilson (1781-1875) and died 12 March 1876 in Reading, Hillsdale County, Michigan, United States of unspecified causes. He married Sophia Adams (?-?) 1825 in Bangor, Washington County, New York, United States.
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Sile Doty was an infamous robber, burglar and horse thief. Doty's criminal career is known primarily through his autobiography, compiled by J. G. W. Colburn and published four years after Doty's death as The Life of Sile Doty The Most Noted Thief and Daring Burglar of His Time. [1] As this title suggests, the tone of the autobiography is boastful and unapologetic.



Children


Offspring of Sile Doty and Sophia Adams (?-?)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Charles Doty (?-?)
William S. Doty (?-?)
Delia Doty (?-?)
Caroline Doty (?-?)

Siblings


Offspring of David Doty and Matha Wilson (1781-1875)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Silas Doty (1801-1876) 30 August 1801 St. Albans, Vermont, United States 12 March 1876 Reading, Hillsdale County, Michigan, United States Sophia Adams (?-?)

Martha Patty Doty (1803-?)
Sarah Doty (1804-?)
Sarah Doty (1808-?)
Mahala Doty (1810-?)
Clementia Doty (1812-?)
James Doty (1814-?)
John Doty (1819-1870)


External links

wikipedia:en:Sile Doty


Residences

References

  1. ^ Doty, Sile and J. G. W. Colburn, compiler. The Life of Sile Doty The Most Noted Thief and Daring Burglar of His Time. Toledo, OH: Blade Printing and Paper Company, 1880. Reprinted with a forward by Randolph G. Adams, Detroit: Alved of Detroit, Inc., 1948.


Footnotes (including sources)

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Contributors

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