Mississippi Census 1840 Doxy, William M. Hinds Co Ms 15 1841 Doxy, William M. Hinds Co Ms no twp listed 1845 Doxy, William M. Hinds Co Ms no twp listed 1840 Doxy, John L. Hinds Co Ms 16 1840 Doxy, William M. Hinds Co Ms 195 no twp listed 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 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 1850 Docksey, John Choctaw Co Ms 072 23rd Sub Div 1850 Doxey, B. B. Tishemingo Co Ms 028 4th Dist, N Div 1850 Dohn, John Tishomingo Coy MS 043 Southern Div. Slave Schedule 1840 Doxey, John S. Pontotoc Co Ms age 70, male, Jan NC face cancer 01 1860 1870 Doxy, Cordelia Jefferson Co MS 125 Fayette P.O. 1870 Doxy, Sophia Jefferson Co MS 124 Fayette P.O. 1870 Doxy, Daphney Adams Co MS 196 Natchez P.O. 1870 Doxy, William Adams Co MS 134 Natchez P.O.
John S. Doxey Both of Scotch-Irish descent. Born: 30 Aug 1858 Ripley, Miss. Md: Wife: Sara C. Jones Born: 15 March 1868 St Clair Co Ala Children: Wall Hindman
Note: Wall and Hindman is descended from Jeremiah Doxey. A letter from Mrs. Sarah Tate, says Wall was a brother of her Daddy [who is desc. from Jeremiah]. See her DAR paper #527492. Paper says she is the dau of Hindman Doxey, s. of John Sanford Doxey. History Of Mississippi, The Heart Of The South, v. III. Illus. Wall & Hindman Doxey Wall Doxey, Attorney at law Born: 8 Aug 1892 Holly Springs, Marshall Co., Miss. Father: John S. Doxey Mother: Sara C. Jones Md: 9 Oct 1916 Jackson, Tenn. Wife: Myrtle Frances Johnson Born: 6 April 1891 Trezerant, Tenn Father: W. J. Johnson of Jackson, Tn Mother: Cora With the exception of the few years during which he was a student at the University of Mississippi, the entire life of Wall Doxey, attorney at law and now district attorney for the third judicial district of Mississippi, has been passed at Holly Springs, Marshall Co, Ms., the town where he was born. The public grade and high schools of Holly Springs furnished Wall with his elementary education, and he was graduated from the high school as "first honor man". He then matriculated in Sept 1909 in the Univ of Ms, from the literary dept of that institution, receiving the B. A. degree in 1913, and from the law dept the degree of LL. B. in 1914. He completed a six years course of study in five years with honor to himself and credit to the institution. He was not only president of both his law and literary classes but represented the univ. in the state oratorical contest, winning several medals. Mr. Doxey began the practice of law at Holly Springs immediately after his graduation from the univ and has continued in practice ever since. From Jan 1, 1916 until Jan 1, 1924 he held the position of prosecuting attorney for Marshall Co., and on the latter date became district attorney for the third Judicial dist. of the state in which capacity he is now serving. Mr. Doxey is a democrat in his political views, and in his religious associations is a member of the Methodist Episcopal church, South. Fraternally he is affiliated with the Masonic order, being a Shriner and a member of Wahabi Temple and Lodge No. 1099, Benevolent Protective order of Elks of Holly Springs, and has held various offices in the local lodges of both orders. He is also a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans and has filled offices in that Organization. Hindman Doxey of Holly Springs, Ms. Born: 16 Jan 1899 Holly Springs, Ms. Father: John S. Doxey Mother: Sara C. Jones Hindman Doxey, a brother of Wall Doxey, is also a lawyer of Holly Springs, and has efficiently served as prosecuting attorney of Marshall Co. since Jan 1, 1924. He obtained his elementary education in the public grade and high schools of that place. After graduating from the high school in 1916, he entered the Univ. of Ms and received the degree of B. S. from the literary dept. of the Univ. in 1920, and that of LL. B., with distinction, from the law dept in 1921. Various honors were conferred upon him while in school, being president of his class and of the Y.M.C.A. and he represented the Univ. on winning debating teams. Mr. Doxey began the practice of law at Holly Springs in 1921. He was elected County prosecuting attorney, assuming office on Jan 1, 1924, and still serving in that capacity. During the World war he was in the military service from July 18, 1918, until Dec 5, 1918, at the Infantry Officers Training Camp, at Fort Sheridan, IL. and was assigned to Camp Pike when the armistice was signed. In his political views he is a democrat, and in his religious convictions a member of the Presbyterian church. Fraternally Hindman Doxey is affiliated with the Masonic order, Lodge No. 1099, Benevolent Protectice Order of Elks, of Holly Springs Lodge No. 30, and Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Holly Springs, and has held various ofices in all these orders. he is also a member of the American Legion, Hamilton Gholson Post. No. 39, of Holly Springs, in which he has held offices, and of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. Both brothers are members of the Mississippi Bar Association and are lawyers of prominence in this section of the state, ably filling the offices to which they have been elected.
Biographical Directory of the American Congress, p. 828 Wall Doxey, a Representative and a Senator from Mississippi; b. in Holly Springs, marshall Co., Ms. Aug 8, 1892; [reads much like the above]
Alcorn County, Mississippi Cemetery Records James R. Doxey b. Feb 16, 1880, d. Nov 28, 1899
Southern Weekly Reformer, Jackson, Ms John L. Doxey died 10 Sept 1845, age 32, in Brownsville, Hinds Co., Miss. The Old Timer Press, v. 2, # 1, Aug 1982, p. 9 Tippah Co. Ms. Cemeteries Doxsee School Cemetery located 3 mile NW of Ripley, Mississippi Copied from the WPA Historical Survey of 1940.
DOXEY, ANDREW JACKSON Male Born: Feb 20, 1868 Ms. Died: Feb 20, 1959 aged 91 yrs, San Diego, Ca. Mothers maiden name: CORNELIUS Fathers name: DOXEY
DOXEY, JOHNNIE BELL Male Born: Feb 28, 1901 Ms. Died: March 1, 1983 aged 82 yrs, San Diego, Ca. Mothers maiden name: COLYER Soc Sec # 562-34-3911
DOXEY, LUDIE M. Female Born: April 17, 1916 Ms. Died: May 23, 1977 aged 61 yrs, San Diego, Ca. Soc Sec # 546-34-6565
DOXEY, SUSIE E. Female Born: Sept 30, 1872 Ms. Died: Dec 16, 1953 aged 81 yrs, San Diego, Ca. Mothers maiden name: DAWSON Fathers name: WILBANKS
Old Bunker Hill Cemetery Columbia, Marion County, Mississippi White, Doxey, b. Sep 26, 1941, d. Aug 05, 1988
IGI Charley Doxey md. Ada Davis 25 Nov 1880 Adams Co Ms Zack Doxie md. Ellen Walton 20 Jan 1883 Jefferson Co Ms Nancy Nellons Doxey md. James Hicks Johnson 5 Jan 1878 Madison Co Ms Mildred Doxey b. 13 Dec 1898, d. of James R. Doxey & Emily Myhand, Holly Springs, Marshall Co, Ms Mildred F. Doxey md. James O. Knox 24 Aug 1876 Marshall Co. Ms Robert J. Doxey md. Emily E. Mihan 29 Jan 1878 Marshall Co Ms Sarah R. Doxy md. William H. Cruse 17 June 1877 Marshall Co Ms Ann W. Doxey md. Thomas A. Mitchell 20 June 1851 Pontotoc Co Ms Martha D. Doxy md. James W. Drake 29 Dec 1860 Pontotoc Co Ms Pariley C. Doxey md. John W. Waters 3 Apr 1856 Pontotoc Co Ms Ada Doxey md. S. M. Hopkins 5 Jan 1888 Tippah Co Ms Frank Doxey md. Malissie Pate 27 Dec 1883 Tippah Co Ms Josephine Doxey md. J. S. Braddock 21 Oct 1880 Tippah Co Ms Lizzie Doxey md. Issom Handy 18 Nov 1876 Tippah Co Ms Mattie Doxey md. Tom Handy 13 Aug 1875 Tippah Co Ms Minor Doxey md. Rose Dennis 30 Dec 1874 Tippah Co Ms Mollie Doxey md. William Bush 5 Jan 1876 Tippah Co Ms George Doxey md. Mary Bramlett 18 Jan 1883 Union Co Ms Henry Doxey md. Ellin Simpson 12 Apr 1884 Union Co Ms James Doxey md. Mandy Cornelius 12 Jan 1882 Union Co Ms Mattie Doxey md. Jerry Harper 31 Aug 1881 Union Co Ms
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