From Norann Most of this was gleaned from the Probate records of St.Marys Co MD Brothers & sister, children of ?: Thomas Doxey (wife's name not known) see later Eleanor William John Thomas Doxey (wife's name not known) Children of Thomas: Austin Sanford Doxey, had son Bisco Sanford Doxey. Jeremiah Sapphira Susanna.
Jeremiah Doxey Captain of the Ship "Tartar" in the Revolutionary War Immigrated from England to Virginia, then to North Carolina, then to Sumner and Hardeman Co Tenn. 1784 lived Northumberland Co Va. Was age 81 in 1833. Born: 1752 England Died 22 April 1842 New Castle, near Bolivar, Hardeman Co., Tn. Left a will at Boliver. Md: North Carolina Wife: Rhoda Haney Born: Died: 1839 Father: Stephen Haney Children of Jeremiah & Rhoda [Haney] Doxey: Thomas d. 1849 Sumner Co Tn, nr Nashville Stephen Haney "Doctor", b. 1799, d. 1867 Texas, m. Catherine Neely Jeremiah Jr. Ann John Sanford b. 16 Aug 1789 NC, d. 5 Jan 1860 Pontotoc Co Ms, m. 7 Dec 1819 Jefferson Co Ala, Rachel Foster Lockhart Nancy Nelms Gen 2 Thomas Doxey Died: 1849 Sumner Co Tenn Father: Jeremiah Doxey Mother: Rhoda Haney Md: Wife: Children of Thomas Doxey: John Jeremiah Fem md. James Southern and had Ann Eliza, Mary Catherine, Susan Charlotte Gen 2 John Sanford Doxey Born: 16 Aug 1789 NC, Died: 5 Jan 1860 Pontotoc Co Ms, Old Plantation Home Father: Jeremiah Doxey Mother: Rhoda Haney Md: 7 Dec 1819 Jefferson Co Ala Wife: Rachel Foster Lockhart Born: 22 May 1803 Died: 19 Oct 1845 Father: Rev. Benjamin Lockhart Mother: Mrs Ruth [Watkins] Roark, d. 18 Feb 1848 Pontotoc Co Ms Children of John Sanford & Rachel Lockhart Doxey: Stephen Coffee b. Jan 1st or 10th? 1820 Tuscumbia, Ala, d. 10 March 1822 Tuscumbia, Ala Jeremiah Lockhart b. 24 Oct 1822 Tuscumbia, Al, d. 24 Dec 1850 Pontotoc, Ms Benjamin Bryant b. 13 Dec 1824 Tuscumbia, Al, d. 11 March 1878 Marshall Co Ms, md. 3 Nov 1847 Mildred Standfield Hindman of Ripley, Ms. see later John Lockhart b. 6 Jan 1827 Tuscumbia, Al, d. 16 June 1855 Angelina Co Texas, cleaning a well. Md. 23 May 1848 Nancy Louise Scott of Tippah Ann Elizabeth Washington b. 22 Feb 1829 [twin?], d. 6 Jan 1868 of dropsy, md. 22 June 1851 Thomas A. Mitchell of Hickman, Ky James Totten b. 14 Dec 1831 Pontotoc Co Ms Paralee Cantley b. 8 Nov 1838 Pontotoc Co Ms., bur Pocahontas, Tn, no stone. md. 3 apr 1856 Dr. John Watts Waters of S. C. Vanburen Haney b. 23 Sept 1841 Pontotoc Co Ms, d. 15th? 18th? June 1857 Pontotoc Co Ms. Sanuel Haney b. 16 Oct 1845 Tippah Co Ms, age 5 days old when his mother died, d. 27 June 1851, md. Elizabeth Enlos Hardy Gen 2 Samuel Haney Doxey Died: Tippah Co Miss Father: Jeremiah Doxey Mother: Rhoda Haney Md: 19 May 1817 Madison Co Ala Wife: Elizabeth Enlos Hardy
Benjamin Bryant Doxey Born: 13 Dec 1824 Tuscumbia, Ala Died: 11 March 1878 Marshall Co Ms Father: John Sanford Doxey Mother: Rachel Foster Lockhart Md: 3 Nov 1847 Wife: Mildred Standfield Hindman of Ripley, Ms. Born: 5 Dec 1829 Knox Co Tenn. Died 7 July 1927 Jackson, Ms. Children: John Sanford Doxey John Sanford Doxey Born: 30 Aug 1858 Ripley Ms. Died 7 Dec 1948 holly Springs, Ms. Father: Benjamin Bryant Doxey Mother: Mildred Standfield Hindman Md: 27 Dec 1886 Wife: Sarah Jones Born: 15 March 1868 Alabama Died: 26 Jan 1930 Holly Springs, Ms. Children: Wall Doxey 8 Aug 1892 Holly Springs, Marshall Co., Miss. Md: 9 Oct 1916 Jackson, Tenn. to Myrtle Frances Johnson Hindman Doxey b. 16 jan 1899 Marshall Co Ms, d. 8 Apr 1950, md. 18 June 1929 Mary Amis Bitzer, b. 30 Oct 1906 Corsicana, Tex See Missippi
Mid South Bible Records, v. 1 Doxey Bible. Bible now burned, but records have been handed down from bible. John Sanford Doxey born N.C. Aug 16, 1789, md. Rachel Foster Lockhart, near Tuscumbia, Ala., Dec 7, 1819. Rachel Foster Lockhart b. May 22, 1803, d. Oct 19, 1845 John Sanford Doxey d. Pontotoc Co Ms. Jan 5, 1860. Stephen Coffee Doxey b. Oct 1, 1820, d. Tuscumbia, Ala March 10, 1832. Jeremiah Lockhart Doxey b. Tuscumbia, Ala., Oct 24, 1822, d. Pontotoc Co Ms Dec 24, 1850. Benjamin Bryant Doxey b. Tuscumbia, Ala., Dec 13, 1824, d. Marshall Co Ms March 11, 1878. Benjamin Bryant Doxey m. Milded Standfield Hindman of Ripley, Ms. Nov 3, 1847. Dau of Thomas Carmichael Hindman and Sally Holt Hindman John Lockhart Doxey b. Tuscumbia, Ala. Jan 6, 1827, d. Angelina Co. Texas June 16, 1855. John Lockhart Doxey m. Nancy Louise Scott of Tippah Co. Ms. May 23, 1848. Ann Elizabeth Washington Doxey b. Feb 22, 1829, d. Jan 6, 1868. Ann Elizabet Washington Doxey m. Thomas A. Mitchell on June 22, 1851. James Totten Doxey b. Dec 14, 1831, Pontotoc Co Ms. Paralee Cantley Doxey b. Nov 8, 1838, m. Dr. John Watts Waters of S.C. april 3, 1856 Vanburena Haney Doxey b. Sept 23, 1841, d. June 15, 1857, Pontotoc Co Ms. Samuel Haney Doxey b. Oct 16, 1845, d. 27 June 1851. Ruth Watkins Roark Lockhart d. Pontotoc, Ms. Feb 18, 1848. Frances Elizabeth Doxey b. Ripley, Ms. Nov 17, 1848, d. May 1, 1849, Ripley, Ms. Sally Rachel Doxey b. Aug 9, 1850, d. 1912 at Wimborn, Ms. Sally Rachel Doxey m. Will Cruse, Potts Camp, Ms. Robert Jerry Doxey b. New Albany, Ms. aug 30, 1858, d. Holly Springs, ms. Mildred Paralee Doxey b. Sept 13, 1860, Tippah Co., Ms. Mary Jane Doxey b. Itawamba, Ms. Feb 3, 1863. Bennie Hindman Doxey b. Tippah Co Ms. Jan 23, 1866. Stephen Thompson Doxey b. Tippah Co., Ms. June 2, 1869, m. Nannie Ellen Smith.
Membership Roster And Soldiers, Tn Soc DAR Jeremiah Doxey born 1752 England; Died April 22, 1842 Hardeman Co Tenn. Md in N. C., Rhoda Haney, d. 1839. Jeremiah Doxey served as Mariner on he ship Tartar [See 86382 for service and card; Record Division I.S.C. File 3303 Rev. War Depart. of the Interior, Bureau of Pensions, Wash., D.C. The children of Jeremiah Doxey: Thomas Stephen Jeremiah Ann John S., b. Aug 16, 1789, m. Rachel F. Lockhart Samuel Haney Descendants: Ada Mitchell Trice Smith (William Madison) No. 470518
Twenty Four Hundred Tennessee Pensioners Doxey, Jeremiah; 1832 list age 87; also 1840 census; served on U. S. Ship Tartar; drew pension in Henderson Co where he lived in 1840 with Stephen H. Doxey.
Tennessee Cousins Some Old Revolutionary Soldiers - - settled Hardeman County Jeremiah Doxie
1840 Tennessee Census of Pensioners Jeremiah Doxey aged 87 living with Stephen H. Doxey in Hardiman Co.
Tennessee Genealogical Records Revolutionary Warrants No. 4555. Jeremiah Doxey, private in the N.C. Line; 228 acres within the limits reserved for officers and soldiers of the N.C. cont. Line; issued 7 Feb 1797. On 16 Feb the warrant was transferred to Andrew Coussar, with William Horton and James Marcum or Marcom as witnesses.
Roster of Soldiers and Patriots of the American Revolution Buried in Tennessee Jeremiah Doxey, b. 1752 England, d. 4-22-1842 hardeman Co. Service on U. S. Ship Tartar; age 87 - 1832 pen. list; 1840 census - Henderson Co Tn, liv with Stephen H. Doxey. m. N.C. to Rhoda Haney, d. 5-24-1839. Ch.: Thomas; Stephen Haney b. 1799 m. Catherine Neely; Jeremiah; Ann; John Sanford b. 8-16-1789 NC m. 12-7-1819 Rachel F. Lockhart, m. 2nd Mrs Martha Price; Samuel Haney m. 5-19-1817 Elizabeth Enlo Hardy. Ref.: DAR #524433; A 1; Pen. Bur.
Alabama Soldiers, Revolution, War of 1812, and Indian Wars John Sanford Doxey War of 1812 Madison, Jefferson, Franklin Co's Letter from Mrs. W. O. Gordon, Memphis, Tenn. 1966. Capt. Jeremiah Doxey b. 1752 Eng. lived in Northumberland Co., Va. d. 4-22-1842 New Castle, near Bolivar, Hardeman Co., Tenn. Left will, which I have. Md. Roda Haney, dau of Stephen Haney. Issue: Thos. Doxey, d. near Nashville, Tn. Stephen Doxey b. 1799, d. 1867 in Tex. was a Dr. and father lived with him in Hardeman Co Tenn. Md. Catherine Neely. Jeremiah Ann John Sanford Doxey b. 8-16-1789 N.C., d. 1-5-1860 Pontotoc Co Ms. Old Plantation home. Md. in Jefferson Co Ala 12-7-1819 Rachel Foster Lockhart, dau of Rev. Benj. Lockhart. Samuel Haney Doxey, d. in Tippah Co Ms., m. in Madison Co Ala. May 19, 1817 Eliz. Enlos Hardy [dau of Jonathan] b. 1803. Sam was in 1840 census Tippah Co., Miss. "I went to Bolivar, Tn. and got Jeremiah Doxey Sr.'s will. I'm joining 1812 on John S. Doxey - sent to Wash. and have proof of service. Have been to Pontotoc numbers of times working and also have published book of deeds and wills from Pontotoc. John S. was wealthy. I went to John S. Doxey's grave near New Albany, Miss. and found John Lockhart buried by him. My line comes thru John Sanford's to my ggm Paralee Doxey md. Dr. John Watts." Children of John S. Doxey and wife Rachel, b. 5-22-1803, d. 10-19-1845 Pont. Co., dau of Rev. Benjamin Lockhart and wife Mrs. Ruth [Watkins] Roark. Stephen Coffee Doxey b. 1-10-1820 Tuscumbia, Ala., d. 3-10-1822. Jeremiah Lockhart Doxey b. 10-24-1822 Tuscumbia, Ala., d. 12-24-1850 Pontotoc, Miss. Benjamin Bryant Doxey b. 12-13-1824 Tuscumbia, Ala., d. 3-11-1878 Marshall Co., Ms. md. 11-13-1847 Mildred Standfield Hindman John Lockhart Doxey b. 1-6-1827 Tuscumbia, Ala., d. 6-16-1855 Angelina Co., Tex, cleaning well md. 5-23-1848 Nancy Louise Scott of Tippah Co Ms Ann Eliz. Washington Doxey b. 2-22-1829 [Tenn. according to 1850 cen], d. 1-6-1868 "dropsy", md. Thos. A. Mitchell 6-22-1851 of Hickman, Ky. James Totten doxey b. 12-14-1831 Pontotoc Co Miss [1850 says Tn.] Paralee Cantley Doxey b. 11-8-1838, Pontotoc Co Ms, buried in Pocahontas, Tn., no marker Vanburen Haney Doxey, b. 9-23-1841, Pontotoc Co Ms, d. 6-18-1857. Samuel Haney Doxey b. 10-16-1845, 5 days old when his mother died in Tippah Co. Ms. Jefferson Co., Ala. Mg Bk 1, p. 171 John L. Doxey - Rachel F. Lockhart 6 Dec 1819, bond by B. Lockhart. Jefferson Co Ala deed from John S. Doxey to John Hartgroves 28 Mar 1825. Jefferson Co Ala deed from John S. Doxey & wife Rachel F. of Franklin Co Ala to Wm. Cowden of Jefferson Co Ala 2 Aug 1826. Tuscaloosa Co Ala, John S. Doxey, gdn. of Audley G. Cantley filed transcript of guardianship in Pontotoc Co Ms. 26 March 1840. John S. doxey witnessed a document in Madison Co Ala 15 June 1822. Sumner Co Tenn Deed Book 3, p. 229 Jeremiah Doxey of Sumner Co for love and affection to Thos., Stephen, Henry [Haney?], Jeremiah J., John Sanford, and Nancy Nelms Doxey Oct 1, 1801.
NSDAR Lineage Books 1909, p. 187 #76497 1911, p. 121 #86382 1920, p. 3 #157008; p. 4 #157009
Passports Of Southeastern Pioneers 1770-1823 p. 135 Mississippi Territory: Adams County : On this 15th day of May, Jeremiah Doxey of the state of Tennessee personally appears before me a Justice of the Peace for said County and made an oath that a negro girl Charlotte, about 16 years of age, Boy Mose, about 7 years of age, and boy Bob about 6 years of age, now with said Doxey & his brother Thomas Doxey, the said negroes are the property of said Thomas Doxey and are now designed to be taken on to the State of Tennessee aforesaid. Witness my hand - D. Rawlings [reverse] Jeremiah Doxey app'n. for passport 500 Missippi Territory - Claybourne County. This day came Befoe me Devenport Wiseman Justice of Peace for S'd: County Humphrey Warren & makes oath according to Law that a certain negro man by the name Tony is his just and Legal property In Witness hereoff [ink blot] subscribers on oath doth set our hands and Signed this 16th day of May 1811.
Revolutionary War Pension Records, copied from film. s.d. Jeremiah Doxey Virginia Sea Service S-3303 Carded of the state of West Virginia was a mariner on board the Ship under Capt. Cailey. Declaration: 2 July 1833 appears for the county of Hardeman Tenn., Jeremiah Doxey, aged 81 years. I lived in Northumberland county in the state of Virginia. Served 7 years, 1775 - March 1781 Rank of "Captain or Sailing Master" Ship "Tartar" Under Commodore Barron Resident of Northumberland County Virginia Date of pension application 2 July 1833 Discharge was allowed Residence at date of application, Hardeman County Tennessee Age at date of application - 81 born 1752 Remarks: After war removed from Virginia to North Carolina. Next to Sumner County Tennessee, and afterwards to Hardeman County Tennessee. Soldier refers to his son Doctor Stephen H. Doxey of Hardeman County Tennessee.
Roster Of Soldiers And Patriots Buried In Tennessee Jeremiah Doxey (b. 1752 England / d. 4-22-1842 Hardeman Co.) Service - on U.S. Ship "Tartar"; age 87 - 1832 pen. list; 1840 census - Henderson Co., TN - lived with Stephen H. Doxey. m NC to Rhoda Haney d 5-24-1839. Ch.: Thomas; Stephen Haney b 1799 m. Catherine Neely; Jeremiah; Ann; John Sanford b 8-16-1789 NC m 12-7-1819 Elizabeth Enlo Hardy. Ref.: DAR # 524433; A 1; Pen. Bur.
Tennessee Genealogical Records Revolutionary Warrants p. 23 No. 4555. Jeremiah Doxey, private in the N. C. line; 228 acres within the limits reserved for officers and soldiers of the N. C. Cont. Line; issued 7 Feb 1797. On 16 Feb. the warrant was transferred to Andrew Coussar, with William Horton and James Marcum or Marcom as witnesses. Deed Book #1, 1793-1797 the one book of deeds at the court house at Gallatin , Tenn. Only name and paages are given here due to length. Jeremiah Doxey to Mathew Anderson 212
Tennessee Deeds Sorry I didn't get the title page. p. 229 Deed of Gift 1 Oct 1801 Jeremiah Doxey to my children: Thomas Doxey, Stephen Haney Doxey, Jeremiah Doxey, Jr., John Sanford Doxey, & Nancy Nelm Doxey, 2 Negroes named Aaron & Peg Aaron, being fellow 22 yrs and Peg a wench 17 yrs: 15 head horses, 88 hogs, 3 feather beds & furniture, and my working tools, my Dutch oven pot & pans, loom, earthen Queensware, etc & everything I have except my gun and ammunition. $1.00 and love and affection. Wit: William Reason, Thomas Barrett, Daniel Willburn. p. 212 Indenture 3 July 1795 Matthew Anderson to Jeremiah Doxey, $200, tr on W fork Station Camp Creek, beg on Jas McKinney line, & also bounded by Charles Carter. Wit: D. Shelby p. 465 Indenture 2 May 1797 James McKindzy to John Reagan, $94.00, tr on waters of Station Camp Creek adj lands of Charles Carter & Jeremiah Doxey. Wit: John Mayor, Jurat, Andrew Metcalf. p. 448 Indenture 5 July 1798 John Gardner to Jeremiah Doxey, $100, tr N or Station Camp Creek & bounded on E by Ephraim Payton & John Deloach. Wit: John Reason[?], William Reason, Daniel Willburn. p. 65 Contract [Date unknown] John Deloach to William Gilasspie & Redman Dillon Barry, for tr on W Station Camp Creek, beg on cor of Gardner being remainder of preemp of Epram Peyton unsold to John Gardner (400 acres). Wit: James Daugherty, Thomas Doxey, Richd Smith.
Sumner County, Tennessee Deed Abstracts 1793-1805 Deed Book, v. 1, Aug 1793-Dec 1797 p. 212 Indenture 3 July 1795. Matthew Anderson, to Jeremiah Doxey, $200, tr on W. fork Station Camp Creek, beg on Jas McKinney line, & also bounded by Charles Carter. Wit: D. Shelby. p. 465 Indenture 2 May 1797 James McKindzy to John Reagan. $94.00, tr on waters of Station Camp Creek adj lands of Charles Carter & Jeremiah Doxey. Wit: John Mayor, Jurat, Andrew Metcalf. Deed Bk 2, May 1798 - Aug 1802. p. 448 Indenture 5 July 1798 John Gardner to Jeremiah Doxey, $100, tr N or Station Camp Creek & bounded on E by Ephraim & John Deloach. Wit: John Reason(?), William Reason, Daniel Wilburn. Deed Bk v. 3, Apr 1800 - Oct 1805 p. 65 Contract John Deloach to William Gilasspie & Redman Dillon Barry, for tr on W Station Camp Creek, beg on cor of Gardner being ramainder of preemp of Epram Peyton unsold to John Gardner (400 acres). Wit: James Daugherty, Thomas Doxey, Rich'd Smith. Deed Bk, v. 3, Apr 1800 - Oct 1805 p. 230 Deed of Gift 21 Oct 1801 Grantor as above to Samuel Haney Doxey, love and affection for his son, & $1.00, tr bounded by John Reason, Nicolas Boyce, John Payton, Ephriam Payton & John Gardner, being 90 acres. Wit: William Reason, Thomas Barrett, Daniel Wilburn.
Alabama Records, v. 5 John S. *[Sanford]* Doxey vs. Michael Byrd *[son of Jeremiah Sr. of Sumner Co., Tenn. See Mrs. Whittey's Sumner Co. Deeds.]*
Valley Leaves, Sept 1972[Madison Co Ala] Administrators Bond with securities - Samuel Harbison, dec'd. Matthew Harbison, Samuel Cowarn, and Samuel H. Doxey bound 20 Sept 1821. Matthew Harbison, adm. of Samuel Harbison, dec'd. Make inventory. December, 1979 North Alabama - Coldwater, later the name was changed to Tuscumbia. Microfilm copy of a book in the Alabama State Archives "The Sale Of Public Lands, 1818-1825" archive number 129. List of purchasers. John S. Doxey Lot 3 # 4; Lot 29 # 30; Lot 41; Lot 45 # 46; Lot 52; Lot 57; Lot 65 # 66 Lot 69 # 70; Lot 85 # 86; Lot 95; Lot 98 # 100; Lot 105 # 106; Lot 123 # 124; Lot 131; Lot 132; Deed Record 1 - 1819 - 1825 26 Jan 1822. For $3,000 John S. Doxey of Blount Co Ala, sells to Richard Henderson of Limestone Co., the SW1/4 of Sect 15, Twp 3, Range 5W as soon as I obtain my Patent from the general Goverment for said quarter section of land. Signed: J. S. Doxey Witnesses: W. B. Locke, James Miller June 1981 Militia Officers, 1820, cont. Limestone, 5th Regt John S. Doxey, Rank: Colo, When comm. 28 Mar
Book: Index To Alabama Wills 1808 - 1870 Matilda W. Dox, Will book 1, p. 499, 1853-1875, Madison Co Ala Jeremiah Doxey, Will book 1 p. 58, 1818 - 1840, Jefferson Co Ala Jeremiah Doxey Jr. Deed bk 1, p. 92, 1818 - 1828, Jefferson Co Ala Book: The Names Of People Buried In Maple Hill Cemetery Not Born In Huntsville Ala 1867 - 1918. WPA Project Bk c, p. 38. 8 Dec 1816. Jonathan Hardy to Samuel H. Doxey; 1 acre being the ten yard occupied by Doxey & Rogers in Sec 17 Twp 2 R2W. Witnesses: George A. Loe, William Garrett, Cloudsberry Greenhaw. Book C, p. 40. 24 Dec 1816. Quitclaim to Samuel H. Doxey "the one acre deeded by my husband Jonathan Hardy in his lifetime," and signed by Susannah Hardy. Witnesses: Samuel Rogers, Cloudsberry Greenhaw.
Book at the Huntsville, Ala. lib., sorry I didn't copy name of it. Looks like it might be from Gandrud's Alabama Records. p. 10. Nov 30, 1821. The Executor of Jonathon Hardie dec'd has resigned and refuses to act any longer. Citation to widow requiring her to appear and claim her right to adm. Samuel H. *[Haney]* Doxey* [son of Jeremiah Sr. of Sumner Co., Tenn. See Mrs. Whitley's Sumner Co Deeds, DB 3, p. 230.]* Applies for letters of Adm. Securities: Cloudsberry Greenhaw and James McCracken. Appraisers: Valentine Hardgrove, Thomas Wilson, William Grant, John P. Harton, Eli Hammond. Samuel H. Doxey, adm of Jonathan Hardy, filed his accounts and also accounts as a guardian of the heirs of said Jonathan Hardy to wit: Susan, Nancy, Rufus S., Hester Ann, and Sarah Ann Hardy. 13 June 1826. Pro. Rec. 3, p. 398. Samuel H. Doxcy & Elizabeth H. Hardy, 19 May 1817 1850 Blount Co Ala. John Doxey & Rachel Foster Lockhart Cloudsberry Greenhaw and wife Prudence to Samuel H. Doxey and Samuel Rodgers. 24 Dec 1816. C-36. Witnesses George Loo, Joseph D. Heacock Jonathan Hardy and wife Susanna to Samuel H. Doxey. witnesses: George A. Low, William Garrett, Cloudsberry Greenhaw. 8 Dec 1816. C-38 4-83 Alexander C. Blair in right of his wife Nancy, formerly Hardie and one of the heirs at law of Jonathan Hardie, dec'd - Sheriff of Franklin Co Ala., to summon Samuel H. Doxey guardian of said Nancy to make settlement. 23 Dec 1826. Jonathan Hardy, his executor has resigned, citation served on the widow. Letters of adm with the will annexed issues to Samuel H. Doxey, Cloudsberry Greenhaw, and James McCracen, securities. 30 Nov 1821. Orphans Ct. Min. 2, p. 10. For his will see v. 115. Alexander C. Blair in right of his wife Nancy C. formerly Nancy Hardie, one of the heirs of Jonathan Hardie dec's, on the petition it is ordered a citation be issued the Sheriff of Franklin Co., Ala. to summon Samuel H. Doxey of Franklin Co., to make settlement of his guardianship. 23 Dec. 1826. Orphans Ct. Min. 4, p. 83. *[Call from Warren L. Blair, Quitman, Miss. Nov 3, 1979. [1879?] Wanting marriage record of Alex & Nancy in late 1820's. In Amherst Co Va. his father, Allen Blair made a trust deed to Alex & wife Nancy in 1828. They were in Hardeman Co., Tenn. in the 1830's. In 1840's in Tippah Co., Miss. Wife's name in 1850 was Nancy C., b. Ala., dau Eliz]* Inventory of the estate filed 4 Jan 1822. Includes 3 1/4 sections of land, SW of 18 T2 R2W, SW of 17 T2 R2W, NE 1/4 Sec 20 T2 R2W, and in Pro. Rec. 3, p. 142 is an appraisal of 18 slaves, $5555.00. Pro. Rec. 2, p. 260. Jonathan Hardy. The original papers re this estate, show bills to "Captain Jonathan Hardy". This is perhaps a Militia title, as the roster of Burrus' Regiment, for the War of 1812, shown "Jonathan Hrdy, private." The Widow, Susanna Hardy married Spencer Sullivan. In the file is a papr dated 27 Nov 1821 with Susanna Sullivan's signature and bills of S. F. Sullivan for boarding Mary, Susannah, Nancy, Rufus, Hester Ann, and Sarah Ann for 1821, 1822; for Rufus, Hester Ann and Sarah and Susan, 1824; Rufus, Hester Ann, Sarah Ann for 1825; and Hester Ann, Sarah Ann, and Susan for 1826; the latter sworn to in Franklin Co Ala. Mrs. T. P. Hughes jr. of Jackson, Miss states Susannah Hardy was a daughter of Abraham Sheppard Sr. and his wife Susannah as proved by the will of her brother John E. Sheppard who died Richland Co., S.C. 1808. Will bk E, p. 136 in which he names his parents above, and his brother A. Sheppard, Sisters Ann Westcott, Elizabeth Hardy, and Susanna Hardy. She states she lost trace of Susanna [Sheppard] hardy Sullivan after 1826, but has photostats of papers from the Raleigh, N.C. archives showing Samuel R.[H.] Doxey was still acting as guardian up into the 1830's, when he listed all the children of Jonathan Hardy and wife susanna by their full names. Book C, p. 36. 24 Dec 1816. Cloudsbarry Greenhaw & wife Prudence to Samuel H. Doxey and Samuel Rodgers, 2 acres in NW of 20-2-2W. Wits.: George Loe, Joseph D. Heacoc.
Mississippi Census Could these Doxey's in Miss. be John Sanford and Samuel Haney the sons of Jeremiah Doxey, and John Lockhart the son of John Sanford and Rachel Foster Lockhart Doxey. 1840 Doxy, Samuel Tippah Co Ms 22 1841 Doxy, Samuel Tippah Co Ms no twp listed 1845 Doxy, Samuel Tippah Co Ms 1840 Doxy, Samuel Tippah Co Ms 202 no twp listed 1840 Doxy, John L. Hinds Co Ms 16 1840 Doxy, John L. Hinds Co MS 196 No Twp Listed 1841 Doxy, John L. Hinds Co MS No Twp Listed MS 1841 State Census 1845 Doxy, John L. Hinds Co MS No Twp Listed 1845 State Census 1840 Doxsey, John S. Pontotoc Co Ms 18 1840 Doxsey, John S. Pontotoc Co Ms 158 no twp listed
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