Indiana Census 1830 Dox, Jonathan Parke Co In 100 no twp listed 1830 Dox, William Parke Co In 104 no twp listed 1840 Doxey, William Tippecanoe Co In Jackson twp 1840 Dox, William Vermillion Co In 452 Highland Twp 1840 Doxy, Eliza Wayne Co In 241 N Garden Twp 1850 Doxx, Azariah Posey Co In 310 Robinson Twp 1850 Dox, Nancy A. Posey Co In 311 Robinson Twp 1850 Doxy, Catharine Tippecanoe Co In 196 Jackson Twp 1850 Dox, William Vermillion Co In 073 Highland Twp 1850 Doxen, John Wayne Co In 290 Milton 1850 Doxy, George S. Wayne Co In age 32 male Aug Ma, cholera 72 1850
George S. Doxy, a druggist Died: Aug 1850 Wayne Co IN aged 32 of Cholera
Book: Biographical Directory Of Indiana Charles Taylor Doxey Wall Doxey Peter Myndert Dox
Book: History of Delaware Co. Indiana, 1881 Members of the Indiana general assembly. Senators: From 1877 to 1879, Charles Doxey. Counties forming the senatorial dist., Delaware & Madison
Charles Taylor Doxey Born: 13 July1841 Tippecanoe Co. Ind Father: William Doxey, d. 1844 Mother: Catherine, moved to Avoca, IL c1854.
Indiana Source Book Madison County Ind. Mgs. Edward Doxey & Margaret E. Harris md June 16, 1858
Book: Marriage Records of Vermillion Co Ind., 1844-1861 Henry Sholten [Shelton?] md. Mary A. Dox Aug 2, 1855 Philander Dox md. Martha J. Glover apr 5, 1855
DOXEY, ELLA MAE Female Born: Dec 23, 1881 Ind. Died: Jan 12, 1958 76 yrs San Francisco, Ca. Mothers maiden name: BREWER
Leonard Mason Doxey, b. 1827 N.Y., d. 1911 Indiana. Father: John Doxey Moher: Phoebe Tubbs Md: 1. Hulda Beach, N.Y.; 2. Susan Green, Pa.;
Biographical Directory of the American Congress, p. 828 Charles Taylor doxey, a Representative from Indiana; born in Tippecanoe Co Ind. July 13, 1841; moved with his mother to Minnesota in 1855 and worked on a farm; later moved to Fairbury, IL where he attended public schools; moved to Anderson, Ind; during the Civil War entered the service as first Sgt of Co A, 19th Regt, Ind Vol Inf, in July 1861. promoted to 2nd Lt, subsequently resigned, and then bacame Captain of Co K, 16th Ind Inf, in which capacity he served until the close of the war; engaged in the manufacture of staves and headings; member of the State senate in 1876; member of the board of directors in the first natural gas companies of Anderson; elected as a Republican to the 47th congress to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Godlove S. Orth and served from Jan 17 to mar 3, 1883; unsuccessful candidate for election in 1884 to the 49th congress; resumed former business activities; died in Anderson Ind April 30, 1898; interment in Maplewood Cemetery. IGI Charles Dock md. Amanda Duff 27 Feb 1879 Carroll Co Ind Elizabeth Doxey md. Job Haines 29 Dec 1846 Wayne Co Ind Harriett Doxy md. William S. Sutton 29 July 1873 Johnson Co Ind Thomas Doxey md. Maria Williams 1 July 1854 Montgomery Co Ind

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