2 edition of supplement to the section entitled John Doggett-Daggett of Martha"s Vineyard found in the catalog.
supplement to the section entitled John Doggett-Daggett of Martha"s Vineyard
George H. Daggett
Pages - blank for family records.
|Statement||By George H. and Sydney B. Daggett.|
|Contributions||Daggett, Sydney B., joint author., Doggett, Samuel Bradlee, 1858-|
|LC Classifications||CS71.D654 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||567,  p.|
|Number of Pages||567|
|LC Control Number||74170287|
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Get this from a library. A supplement to the section entitled John Doggett-Daggett of Martha's Vineyard, from the edition of A history of the Doggett-Daggett family by Samuel Bradlee Doggett. [George H Daggett; Sydney B Daggett; Samuel Bradlee Doggett] -- A supplement to a portion of: A history of the Doggett - Daggett family / by Samuel Bradley Doggett.
A supplement to the section entitled John Doggett-Daggett of Martha's Vineyard: From the edition of A history of the Doggett-Daggett family by Samuel Bradlee Doggett [George H Daggett] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The books are "History of the Doggett/Daggett Family", "A Supplement to the History of the John Doggett/Daggett Family of Martha's Vineyard", and "A Supplement to the Sections Entitled Thomas Doggett/Daggett of Marshfield, MA and William Daggett of Saco, Maine, and Miscellaneous other Daggett Families".
They were available for $25 to $ 2 – “A Supplement to the Section entitled John Doggett-Daggett of Martha’s Vineyard,” by George H. Daggett, Sydney B. Daggett, Samuel Bradley Doggett, (not reviewed – can’t locate an affordable copy) 3 - “It Began with a Whale, Memories of Cedar Tree Neck, Martha’s Vineyard,” John.
It would not be necessary to occupy much space in the presentation of the genealogy of the Vineyard Daggetts in view of the extensive family history already in print (Boston, ) except for the fact that the volume referred to omits much that should appear, especially in the Joseph2 Daggett line and contains numerous errors that ought to be corrected in the other branches.
Full text of "A history of the Doggett-Daggett family" See other formats. Willard Manning Daggett, Our Family: The genealogy of our branch of the Doggett-Daggett family, in direct line of descent from John Doggett of Martha's Vineyard, with historical notes and comments (Berkeley, Calif.: unknown, ), pages ; digital images.
Doggett-Daggett Family in America. John Doggett, of Marthas Vineyard; Doggett-Daggett. Thomas Doggett, of Marshfield, Mass. Doggett-Daggett. William Daggett, of Saco, Me. Doggett-Daggett. Rev. Benjamin Doggett, of Lancaster, Va. Doggett-Daggett.
Gleanings in America previous to the year ; Doggett-Daggett index; General index. Full text of "The history of Martha's Vineyard, Dukes County, Massachusetts" See other formats.
They were married aboutwhich suggests that Bathsheba came in the last group sailing from Leiden in late and early  She was granted administration of his estate, 5 Oct  After the death of Joshua, Bathsheba married John "Doged" of Martha's Vineyard in Plymouth on 29 Aug .
Additional Results from Linkpendium's Family Discoverer Search Engine Explore MyHeritage's records for Daggett. Hits 1 - 10 (out of about total matching pages). Biographies of Bristol County, MA (names starting with C and D).
This book is a compilation of selected stories, essays and reminiscences that Dorothy West wrote for the Vineyard Gazette from the s to the early s.
She writes of being a teenaged prize-winning author, of joining the Harlem Renaissance literary movement, and of her relationship with Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Supplement One traces the ancestry of Mary Daggett, the mother of Nelson Higgins ().
Nelson was the subject of Kay Lundell's earlier work, "Triumphant Banners". The supplement's primary focus is on Mary's parents, Mayhew Daggett and Esther Atwater and includes their biographies as well as about 60 family group sheets tracing the.
GENEALOGY OF THE GRAND MANAN DAGGETT FAMILY Much of this genealogy is taken from History of the Doggett-Daggett Family, by Samuel Bradlee Doggett, The remainder is taken from Grand Manan records, which will be listed at the are four separate American Doggett-Daggett families, which have been researched.