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Descendants of Josiah DAUGHERTY


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1. Fred R. Beaty, 219 Creekwood Drive, Madisonville, TN 37354, (423) 442-2274, <beaty@usit.net>, Descendants of Josiah Daugherty.
2. Sudie Clemmer Scrapbook, Included handwritten statement, "Josiah Daugherty #1 served in War 1812 - In charge of wagon train for Jackson's armies between birth of Preston and Anne." Information was probably provided by D. O. Dougherty II.
3. Abstracts of Ocoee District Early Land Records, Tract: 1774, Surname: DOUGHERTY, Given: JOSIAH, Acres: 160, Type: OE (Occupied Enterer), Rge: R2E, Twp: FT2N, Section: #21-NWq, Date: 27 JAN 1840, Paid: 1.00.
4. Jefferson County, TN - Tax List 1822-1829, Pages 27 (1822. 100 acres), 68 (1823. 100 acres), 83 (1824. 100 acres), 147 (1825. 100 acres), 175 (1826. 0 acres ?), 219 (1827. 150 acres), 286 (1828. 150 acres), and 320 (1829. 150 acres).
5. Jefferson County, TN - Tax List 1830-1836, Pages 22 (1830, 125 acres), 60 (1831, 125 acres), 117 (1832, 127 acres), 166 (1833, 127 acres), 215 (1834, 127 acres), (1835, Josiah not listed), and (1836, Josiah not listed).
6. Jefferson County, TN - Will Book, Book 3 and Sale Book, Page 92 (1826-1833), "Sale of Personal Estate of Dr. Thos. G. Watkins, Began at Caveland on Apr. 5, 1830. Purchasers: ... Josiah Doherty, ..."
7. Sistler, Tennessee in War of 1812, Page 168, Enlisted Men, DOHERTY, Josiah, Pvt, Col Samuel Bayless, Capt James Churchman, E TN Mil (Page 3, Officers) BAYLESS, Samuel, Col, Commander omitted, 4th Regt E TN Mil (Page 6, Officers) CHURCHMAN, James, Capt, Col Samuel Bayless, E TN Drafted Mil, Res omitted (Page 6).
8. Jefferson County, TN - Deed Record, Page 285, James Ellis Deed to Lidde Ridick, 2 May 1809, 1 Sep 1808, 74 Acres, $400. Wit: Mordecai Ruddick, Josiah Daugherty.
9. Jefferson County, TN - Deed Record, Book 2, Page 22-24, "Sale of Estate of Christiana Morris, October 11, 1811, Buyers: ... Josie Daugherty ..."
10. Family History Files of Amy Foster, 204 Grand-Haskell, Benton, AR 72015 <jediamy@aol.com>.
11. Goodspeed's History of Newton, Lawrence, Barry, and McDonald (MO) Counties (Reprint), Barry County Section, Biographical Appendix, STEPHEN FELKER BIOGRAPHY, states that Stephen Felker's wife, Eliza J. Daugherty, "was born in 1822 in Jefferson County, Tenn. to which county her parents had removed to from Virginia". See source on Eliza J. Daugherty for full text of biography.
12. Worth S. Ray, Tennessee Cousins - A History of Tennessee People, (Copyright 1950), "The Dougherty Family of Polk and Jefferson County, Tennessee", Page 500, (PART 1 of 3), "COL. GEORGE DOUGHERTY, of Jefferson County, Tennessee, we are told, was born in AUGUSTA COUNTY, VIRGINIA, on January 18, 1749. We are also told that his wife's name was Priscilla Goforth. We know that the GOFORTHS were in Mecklenburg and Rutherford Counties in North Carolina. COLONEL George Dougherty, must have been the son of that GEORGE DOUGHERTY, of Augusta County, Virginia, who in 1760 with Hugh Cunningham, signed bond of MOSES CUNNINGHAM, an administrator of the will of JAMES CUNNINGHAM "of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia". This suggests that a boy only 11 yrs old could not have been a bondsman - and that the mother of GEORGE DOUGHERTY may have been a CUNNINGHAM. In the papers in the case of BYRD vs. HUGHES in Augusta County is found a commission issued to GEORGE DOUGHERTY and ANDREW HENDERSON, John Blackburn, Landon Carter and James STEWART, Ter. U. S. South of Ohio, Jefferson County in 1793, in response to which a JAMES CUNNINGHAM appeared before PARMENIAS TAYLOR and GARRETT FITTS, made a certain affidavit. This sounds like proof at that date that GEORGE DOUGHERTY was from Augusta County. COL. GEORGE DOUGHERTY was a revolutionary soldier and an Indian fighter in the days of JOHN SEVIER. His sons were also pioneer settlers, though they may have been young men at the time into the settlements South of the French Broad. The son JOSEPH heretofore mentioned, with his brother WILLIAM probably died before his father, who lived until about 1833 when his will was proven in JEFFERSON COUNTY, in East Tennessee. In his will he mentions the following children: (1) GEORGE DOUGHERTY, JR. (2) WILLIAM DOUGHERTY (3) JAMES TENNESSEE DOUGHERTY m. COWAN (4) JENNIE DOUGHERTY (5) DORCAS DOUGHERTY m. INMAN (6) PRISCILLA DOUGHERTY m. DAVID MORROW (7) RACHEL DOUGHERTY m. JOSIAH LEATH."
13. Worth S. Ray, Tennessee Cousins - A History of Tennessee People, (Copyright 1950), "The Dougherty Family of Polk and Jefferson County, Tennessee", Page 500, (PART 2 of 3), "LIZZIE JANE SMITH, who was a daughter of JAMES SMITH, from Chesterfield County, Virginia, and whose wife was HARRIET ELIZA LILLARD, daughter of ABRAHAM LILLARD and JANE HARRISON, and who (Miss Lillard) was born in COCKE County, Tennessee in 1823, married a DANIEL O. DOUGHERTY in Dalton, Georgia in 1872. They had a son, Daniel O. DOUGHERTY, JR., now of Atlanta, Georgia, who claims that he has been unable to find any relationship between his family and that of COL. GEORGE DOUGHERTY.. His farthest back ancestor, he says, was a certain WILLIAM DOUGHERTY, who served in the Seminole War of 1837 and settled in BRADLEY COUNTY, but married a certain LOUISA JANE DOUGHERTY, daughter of JOSIAH DOUGHERTY or DAUGHERTY, of COCKE COUNTY, Tennessee. The WILLIAM DOUGHERTY, of Bradley County, he thinks had brothers EDWARD and DANIEL DOUGHERTY who came from Ireland, but when and to where, he does not know. All of this may be true, though confessedly based on "family tradition" which is so often misleading. I have known of another family of two of the same name of DAUGHERTY or DOUGHERTY, who descend from known emigrants, and it could be true in this case. But there are several outstanding persons on the old records named DANIEL DOUGHERTY. One of them conducted an established school in WYTHEVILLE, Virginia, and he was the son of a JAMES DOUGHERTY who lived not so far from GEORGE DOUGHERTY, the father of COL. GEORGE DOUGHERTY in Rockbridge County, Virginia. Then, over in GUILFORD COUNTY, North Carolina, in the BUFFALO CHURCH section around the present Greensboro - there was another DOUGHERTY FAMILY who came there early, and DR. RANKIN, in his account of this family, says: "DANIEL DAUGHERTY settled on the REEDY FORK about 1774. His wife was ELIZABETH, and their children were JAMES, JOHN, WILLIAM, DANIEL, and HANNAH, & perhaps others. He died in 1786." ."
14. Worth S. Ray, Tennessee Cousins - A History of Tennessee People, (Copyright 1950), "The Dougherty Family of Polk and Jefferson County, Tennessee", Page 500, (PART 3 of 3), "I am making no contention that these DOUGHERTYS of GUILFORD COUNTY, North Carolina, were the ancestors of MR. DANIEL O. DOUGHERTY, JR. of ATLANTA. This DANIEL DAUGHERTY who died 1786, had a son WILLIAM DAUGHERTY, and altogether four sons, all of whom may have raised sons also. Many of these GUILFORD COUNTY settlers of the "BUFFALO CHURCH" community pulled up stakes and went over into East Tennessee, notably the Blairs and CUNNINGHAMS, and it is not at all improbable that the DOUGHERTYS dumped a lot of their children and grand-children into the East Tennessee Hopper, and that the POLK COUNTY DOUGHERTYS by this time have a regular horde of Tennessee cousins scattered up and down the Tennessee river, and on out West into the Forked Deer Country where they may have taken up and settled "for keeps"."
15. PETITIONS FROM BRADLEY COUNTY to the TENNESSEE STATE LEGISLATURE, http://www.tngenweb.org/bradley/PET1a.htm, PETITION REGARDING SCHOOL LANDS IN OCOEE DISTRICT - Petition Number 64, Year 1839_[No envelope. Cover sheet marked "Petition of citizens in Ocoee District suggesting certain acts regarding preference of claims, etc. No date. In 1839 papers. No county." Among those signing the document were JOSIAH DAUGHERTY, Preston Daugherty, and John Ritchey.
16. FTW - World Family Tree, Volume 58, Tree #912.
17. Daniel O'Connell Dougherty II, "Dougherty [list of various spellings] Genealogical Collection," Accession #81-065, Georgia Archives, Atlanta, GA.
18. LDS Church Family History Center Ancestral File, (http://www.familysearch.com), "Electronic."
19. U. S. Census, 1850, Tennessee, Polk County, Third Civil District, Page 226, Household 476/481, 15 Oct 1850 (Ancestry.com Image 67 of 145), [DOUGHERTY, Isaac 74-M-Farmer-$600-VA(?); Henry 24-M-??; Louisa J. 25-F-??; Carmell 5-F-TN, James 3-M-TN, Nancy 67-F-VA].
20. U. S. Census, 1840, Tennessee, Polk County, MALES: 1 (60-70), 1 (15-20), 1 (10-15) ... FEMALES: 1 (60-70), 1 (15-20).
21. "Family History Files of Daniel O'Connell Dougherty, II," Files located in Unprocessed Material (81-065), Georgia State Archives, Atlanta, GA.
22. LDS Church Record, MARRIAGE ENTRY - Request for Proxy Marriage Sealing; NAME (Person to Receive Notification): Mertice E. Smith, 4705 Harman Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah 84120; [ENTRY 1: Marriage Place: Lee Co., Va.; Marriage Date: 1798; Husband's Given Name: Josiah; Husband's Surname: Daugherty; Wife's Given Name: Nancy; Wife's Surname: Edwards; Husband's Age: 21; Husband's Father's Surname: _____ Daugherty; Wife's Age: 15; Wife's Father's Surname: _____ Edwards; Your Relationship: 1C-6R; Source: Family Bible of Paul E. Daugherty HDD: 20 Feb 1852 WDD 6 Jun 1850]; [NOTE: This paperwork also lists ENTRY 2 for the marriage of Daniel Daugherty (20) and Elizabeth Daugherty (18) in Gilford Co., NC in 1854 with a relationship of 1C-3R and a source of Family Bible of Worth S. Ray with additional information of HDD 1886 and WDD after 1861]; [NOTE: This paperwork also lists ENTRY 3 for the marriage of John Inman (28) and Priscilla Surrency (26) in Tattnall Co., GA in 1801 with a relationship of 1C-2R and a source of Family Bible of John Inman with additional information of HDD 1845 and WDD after 1855].
23. Monroe County, TN - Deed Record, Book M, Page 168, 20 Sep 1839, John McJUNKIN to William DAUGHERTY, 760 acres, $300. Both men from Monroe Co., TN. John and William were "Joint and Equal Partners". Some of the land had been granted by the State of Tennessee to either or both of the men.
24. Jefferson County, TN - Tax List 1822-1829, Pages 83 (1824), 147 (1825), 175 (1826), 219 (1827), 286 (1828), and 320 (1829). William always listed next to Josiah and Joseph DOHERTY.
25. Jefferson County, TN - Tax List 1830-1836, Pages 22 (1830), 60 (1831), 117 (1832), 166 (1833), 215 (1834), (1835 William not listed), and (1836, William not listed). William always listed next to Josiah and Joseph DOHERTY.
26. Internet Site, "Electronic," Dianne Camp, http://www.my-ged.com/db/page/fadler/00345, email: <camp1@mail.clt.bellsouth.net>.
27. Jefferson County, TN - Marriage Record, License #1376, Harmon Witt - Bondsman/Witness, Isaac Barton M.G..
28. U. S. Census, 1880, Tennessee, Monroe County, Page 55, (DAUGHERTY, Martha 55).
29. Jefferson County, TN - Tax List 1822-1829, Pages 147 (1825), 175 (1826), 219 (1827), 286 (1828), and 320 (1829). Joseph always listed next to Josiah and Willaim DOHERTY.
30. U. S. Census, 1840, Tennessee, Polk County, MALES: 1 (30-40), 1 (15-20), 2 (<5) ... FEMALES: 1 (60-70), 1 (30-40), 1 (20-30), 2 (10-15), 3 (5-10).
31. U. S. Census, 1850, Tennessee, Bradley County.
32. Family History Files of Nancy T. Ebensberger, Victoria, TX, Stated that Joseph died in Barry County, MO and that his brother Josiah was his administrator.
33. Fred R. Beaty, 219 Creekwood Drive, Madisonville, TN 37354, (423) 442-2274, <beaty@usit.net>, Descendants of Josiah Daugherty.
34. Jefferson County, TN - Marriage Record, License #1703, Joseph Johnson - Bondsman/Witness, John McFarland J.P..
35. Family History Files of Cheryl <dragonheart1@peakpeak.com>, "Electronic."
36. Family History Files of Jeanie Aguirre, GEMINI6005@aol.com.
37. "Polk County Historical & Genealogical Society Quarterly," Volume 1, Number 3, Feb 1996, Members of Ocoee Baptist Church of Christ: John and Catherine (Daugherty) RITCHEY - Joined: Aug 1836, Moved: Jan 1844.
38. U. S. Census, 1840, Tennessee, Polk County, Census for John RITCHIE - MALES: 2 (25-30), 2 (20-25), 2 (15-20), 1 (<5) ... FEMALES: 1 (25-30), 1 (15-20), 2 (10-15).
39. U. S. Census, 1850, Tennessee, Polk County.
40. Polk County, TN - Deed Record, Book 2 (Re-Registered), Page 130, 28 Jul 1908, Originally registered in Book O, Pages 605-606, 2 May 1887. John RICHEY, Bradley County, and L. McLEOD and wife Martha, to W. R. STANDRIDGE, Polk County, $80. Transaction date: 30 Oct 1879.
41. Abstracts of Ocoee District Early Land Records, Tract: 6174, Surname: RITCHEE, Given: JOHN, Acres: 40, Type: GE (General Enterer), Rge: R2E, Twp: FT2N, Section: #34-SEcSWQ, Date: 5 APR 1842, Paid: 0.09+.
42. PETITIONS FROM BRADLEY COUNTY to the TENNESSEE STATE LEGISLATURE, PETITION REGARDING SCHOOL LANDS IN OCOEE DISTRICT - Petition Number 64, Year 1839_[No envelope. Cover sheet marked "Petition of citizens in Ocoee District suggesting certain acts regarding preference of claims, etc. No date. In 1839 papers. No county." Among those signing the document were Josiah Daugherty, Preston Daugherty, and JOHN RITCHEY.
43. Jefferson County, TN - Marriage Record, License #1612, John Cannon - Bondsman/Witness, John McFarland J.P..
44. Monroe County, TN - Will Book, Book A, Page 155, Last Will and Testiment of John Daugherty, executed 2 May 1857. Executors were his two oldest sons Alexander and Brazzeal Daugherty. Four sons: Alexander, Brazzeal, Jason, and William. Four daughters: Sarah Catherine, Eliza Jane, Melinda, and Nancy Ann. Brother: William. No Relation Given: Joseph. Alexander was appointed guardian in John's stead for minor heirs of Eliza Jane Dougherty living in MO, their property being in Monroe County, TN. Witness: John THOMAS.
45. Monroe County, TN - Administrators and Executors Settlements, 1853-1858, Page 319, Alexander Daugherty filed an inventory of John Daugherty's estate on 16 Oct 1858.
46. Monroe County, TN - Deed Record, Book 'A', Page 1009 (Original Book L, Pages 70-74), 10 Jun 1839, Needom HAMBY to John DAUGHERTY, 498 acres, $1,500. Both men from Monroe Co., TN. Witnessed by Josiah DAUGHERTY and Sam M. ORBISON.
47. Family History Files of Nadine Graves and William Oscar Beaty.
48. Monroe County, TN - Deed Record, Deed Book M, Page 109, 19 Feb 1841, Elizabeth RITCHEY, widow, John, Samuel, Sarah, Nancy, and Polly RITCHEY, John and Elizabeth DAUGHERTY, formerly RITCHEY, Clemmon and Frances LEE, formerly RITCHEY, Jeptha and Margaret RANDOLPH, formerly RITCHEY, heirs of Alexander RITCHEY, dec'd, to Francis H. JOHNSON of Monroe County; $4,000; 648 acres.
49. Monroe County, TN - Deed Record, Book M, Page 120, 19 Feb 1841, Elizabeth, John, Samuel, Sally, Nancy, and Polly RITCHEY, John and Elizabeth DAUGHERTY, Clemmon and Frances LEE, Lytha and Margaret RANDOLPH, to Ephraim BROWER; $25; 1/2 acre; Witnesses: Randolph DAUGHERTY, Samuel BROYLES.
50. Monroe County, TN - Chancery Court, Pages 308, 353, 355, and 383. Jun 1860, Alexander DOUGHERTY, Brazeal DOUGHERTY, Jeremiah CALFEE, Exec, of John DOUGHERTY, dec'd, VS Elizabeth DOUGHERTY and William, Jason, and Nancy Ann DOUGHERTY, by their Gdn, and Sarah C. and John Loftis, widow, children and heirs of John DOUGHERTY; Jury finds that widow Elizabeth is of unsound mind; Judge construes will; Children Eliza Jane and Malinda have died since will was made.
51. Monroe County, TN - County Court, Mar 1862, Page 452, Thomas LESLY appointed guardian to Elizabeth DAUGHERTY, lunatic.
52. U. S. Census, 1870, Missouri, Barry County, Sugar Creek Township, June 25, 1870, Post Office: Cassville; Roll: M593_757; Page: 757; Image: 222, (DAUGHERTY, Josiah 60-TN, Elizabeth 32-TN, William T. 20-MO, James H. 19-MO, John G. 15-MO, Amy S. 9-MO, Walter D. 6-MO, Horace 4-MO, Harlan 4-MO, Viola 4-MO, Mary C. 2-MO, Josiah 8/12-MO).
53. Barry County, MO - Marriage Record.
54. Barry County, MO - Cemetery Record.
55. Family History Files of Paul Evan Daugherty, Sr., Houston, TX (deceased).
56. Family History Files of Mike & Vera Leisure, San Diego, CA <StubbyVNVLV@aol.com>, (http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/l/e/i/Vera-M-Leisure/BOOK-0001/0003-0208.html#IND21734REF87), "Electronic."
57. U. S. Census, 1840, Tennessee, Polk County, MALES: 1 (under 5), 1 (20 to 30), FEMALES: 1 (20 to 30).
58. U. S. Census, 1860, Missouri, Barry County, Sugar Creek Twp., Washburn Prairie P. O., Household 269/263, (DAUGHERTY, Preston 47-M, Catherine 45-F, John C. 21-M).
59. Family History Files of Kay (Mrs. William C.) Winter, Colorado Springs, CO<wcwinter@webaccess.net>, "Electronic."
60. U. S. Census, 1880, Missouri, Bates County, Hudson Twp., [WALKER, William H. 37, Mary J. 39, William E. Barr (?) 2-Ward; DAUGHERTY, Preston 66-Boarder-LeisureOccupation].
61. Transcribed by Charles A. Sherrill, PETITIONS FROM BRADLEY COUNTY to the TENNESSEE STATE LEGISLATURE (1837 - 1866), (A project of the Bradley County Historical Society, Cleveland, Tennessee, 1992, Donated by Charles A. Sherrill to the TNGenWeb Bradley County, TN Genealogy Website, June 06, 1999), "Electronic," http://www.tngenweb.org/bradley/PET1a.htm, PETITION REGARDING SCHOOL LANDS IN OCOEE DISTRICT - Petition Number 64, Year 1839_[No envelope. Cover sheet marked "Petition of citizens in Ocoee District suggesting certain acts regarding preference of claims, etc. No date. In 1839 papers. No county." Among those signing the document were Josiah Daugherty, PRESTON DAUGHERTY, and John Ritchey.
62. Greene County County, TN - Marriage Record, Book B, Page 68, License #4046, "Preston Daugherty to Catharine Jones. Geo. W. Foute CGC, V. Sevier DC. Tuesday evening December 5th 1837 celebrated the rites of matrimony between the within named persons by me, Samuel Stonecypher, JP."
63. U. S. Census, 1860, Missouri, Barry County, Sugar Creek Township, Dwelling 269, Page 42(?).
64. U. S. Census, 1840, Tennessee, Polk County, MALES: 1 (20-30), 1 (<5) ... FEMALES: 1 (20-30).
65. Fred R. Beaty, 219 Creekwood Drive, Madisonville, TN 37354, (423) 442-2274, <beaty@usit.net>, Descendants of Josiah Daugherty.
66. Family History Files of Marla Mowery, 1645 Wishwood Ct #4, Chesterfield, MO <mowerym@prodigy.net>, "Electronic."
67. U. S. Census, 1860, Illinois, Adams County.
68. Family History Files of Marla Mowery, 1645 Wishwood Ct #4, Chesterfield, MO <mowerym@prodigy.net>, "Electronic."
69. U. S. Census, 1880, Arkansas, Washington County, Prairie Township, Page 36, Dwelling 301, Caroline is living with her daughter and her husband (TURPIN, Joseph 33-Head-MO/KY/KY, Louiza J. 33-Wife-KY/TN/TN, Mary M. 10-Daughter-MO/MO/KY, DAUGHERTY,Caroline 62-Mother-in-Law-TN/TN/TN).
70. U. S. Census, 1860, Missouri, Barry County, Sugar Creek Township, Washburn Prairie PO, Dwelling 229/224, 18 Jun 1860 (Ancestry.com Image 12 of 41), [DAUGHERTY, Evan 42-M-Farmer-$2500/$1000-TN, Caroline S. 41-F-TN, Josiah 17-M-MO, J. Jackson 15-M-AR, L.J. 13-M, AR, M. 9-M-KY, E. 6-M-MO, Isaac 4-M-MO, Caroline. S. 2-F-MO; HUNT, Levi 6-M-MO; HUNT, Bracin R. 2-M-KY; HUNT, Morly J. 5/12-F-AR, JONES, Sam 25-M-FarmLaborer-TN; HUNT, Nancy 62-F-Domestic-TN; HUNT, Johnathan 26-M-CabinetMaker-TN].
71. U. S. Census, 1850, Kentucky, Oswley County, Dwelling #36, Page 279/559, 15 Aug 1850, (DAUGHERTY, Evin 34-M-TN, Caroline 33-F-NC, Nancy 12-F-KY, Levi 10-M-TN, Josiah 8-M-MO, Jackson 5-M-AR, Jane 3-F-KY, John 3/12M-KY, STWART, John 23-M-NC, BUCKNER, William 20-M-NC).
72. U. S. Census, 1840, Tennessee, Polk County, (MALES: 1 (20-30), 1 (<5) ... FEMALES: 1 (20-30), 1 (<5)).
73. Daniel O'Connell Dougherty II, "Dougherty [list of various spellings] Genealogical Collection," Accession #81-065, Georgia Archives, Atlanta, GA, Quoted John C. Daugherty as writing in 1923, "Evan Daugherty's children went to Texas and died there".
74. Notre Dame Archives Calendar: 1836, (http://cawley.archives.nd.edu/calendar/cal1836.htm), "Electronic," (AT THIS POINT, I BELIEVE THIS IS A DIFFERENT EVAN DAUGHERTY), 1836 May 14 Odin, C.M., Father J(ohn) M(ary), Cape Girardeau, (Missouri) to Father J(ohn) Timon, (C.M.), (Barrens), M(iss)o(uri) Mr. Morauville gave Odin the different things Timon sent. Father (Victor) Paillasson left Tuesday morning. He will return to New Madrid to gather up his effects and will soon go back to St Louis to begin his novitiate at florissant. Odin believes Miller and Hall's land does not border there. Mr. Morton would like to buy it but not having the means he wishes Timon could help him buy it. Mr. Johnson has offered the land he bought from Evan Daugherty. He says it contains 82 acres. There are 30 to be cleared. He has built a three room house on the bank of the river. The public road which is to follow the river will pass between his fence and Mrs. Able's. This land is only a half mile from their 40 arpents by water and a mile and a half by the new road they have already begun. He asks $1500. Menty has been a little indisposed; she is much better. (J.B.?) Robert's trunk has not arrived. IV-3-j A.L.S. (French) 2pp. 4to. 10.
75. Family Search International Genalogical Index (IGI), Evin Daugherty / Caroline Hunt, Batch Number: F800001, Sheet: 22.
76. Internet Site, "Electronic," http://www.owsleykyhist.org/elk_lick_baptist_church.htm, ELK LICK BAPTIST CHURCH, Information Here Was Compiled by Dr. D. L. Brewer; Editors Note: This information and Minutes of the Elk Lick Church were taken from various places, the Library in Lee County and the Library in Owsley County. After careful examination of these minutes, I believe that Elk Lick and Rock Springs Baptist Churches were very closely connected. Elk Lick Church was a Primitive Baptist Church while Elk Lick Baptist Church is Southern Baptist. It is my belief that the former Elk Lick evolved into Rock Springs along with a great deal of its members and the remainder then later formed the now present Elk Lick Baptist Church. I would welcome any opinions as to this theory. The minutes of the Elk Lick Church are very interesting and contain the names of many Owsley countians. ..... JULY, 1849 1. Sister Holcomb is excluded for news bearing and unbecoming language. 2. William F. MCDowell appointed to prepare the letter of the church for the association, 3. J. W. Moore, Harvey Hall, Elijah Isaacs, Howell Brewer, EVAN DAUGHERTY and Morris Allen appointed as messengers to the association. 4. Harvey Hall let the church know he was aggrieved with Joseph Brandenburg for not filling his seat. J. W. Moore and Harvey Hall appointed to see the Brother and request him to fill his seat. 5.”Church agrees to add to the 4th Article of Their Constitution and eighth and twelfth to the fourth through the sanctification of the spirit and the belief of the truth to the 8th and Bible to the 12th Bible.
77. U. S. Census, 1850, Kentucky, Oswley County, From the birthplace information for Evan and Caroline's children in the 1850 Census for Owsley County, Kentucky the family had traveled as follows: In 1838 they were in Kentucky for the birth of Nancy; In 1840 in Tennessee for the birth of Levi; In 1842 in Missouri for the birth of Josiah; in 1845 in Arkansas for the birth of Jackson; in 1847 in Kentucky for the birth of Jane; staying in Kentucky through 1850 for the birth of John.
78. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>).
79. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>), This death date assumes the Evan Daugherty's death recorded in the bible is the elder Evan and not a son or grandson. This date seems to be backed up by Caroline living in her daughter's household during the 1880 census.
80. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>).
81. U. S. Census, 1880, Arkansas, Washington County, Prairie Township, Page 36, Dwelling 301, Caroline is living with her daughter and son-in-law (TURPIN, Joseph 33-Head-MO/KY/KY, Louiza J. 33-Wife-KY/TN/TN, Mary M. 10-Daughter-MO/MO/KY, DAUGHERTY,Caroline 62-Mother-in-Law-TN/TN/TN).
82. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>).
83. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>), [DOB only].
84. U. S. Census, 1850, Kentucky, Oswley County, lists Caroline as being born in North Carolina.
85. U. S. Census, 1880, Arkansas, Washington County.
86. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>), [Source for DOB only].
87. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>).
88. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>), Name listed in Bible as "General Jackson Daugherty."
89. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>).
90. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>), [Source for DOB only].
91. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>), John Daugherty's DOD is listed as 17 June 1850 in the Hunt Family Bible but the 1850 Oswley County Kentucky Census page dated 15 Aug 1850 lists John as living and 3 months old (3/12).
92. U. S. Census, 1880, Arkansas, Washington County, Prairie Township, Dwelling 320, Page 38/714, (DAUGHERTY, Evans 26-Head-MO/KY/TN, Lucy 22-Wife-AR/AL/AR, Amy E., 3-Daughter-TX/MO/AR).
93. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>).
94. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>), [Source for DOB only).
95. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>), [Source for DOB only].
96. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>).
97. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>), [Source for DOB Only].
98. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>), Bible lists the death of "Caroline Celena Daugherty". It is assumed that this is ths daughter rather than the mother since the mother is shown in the U. S. Census, 1880, Arkansas, Washington County, Prairie Township, Page 36, Dwelling 301, Caroline is living with her daughter and her husband (Joseph and Louiza TURPIN).
99. U. S. Census, 1850, Tennessee, Polk County, Third Civil District, Page 226, Household 477/482, 15 Oct 1850 (Ancestry.com Image 67 of 145), [McCOY, Thomas 38-M-Farmer-$250-TN, Rachael 30-F-TN, John 8-M-TN, Isabella H. 7-F-TN, Nancy 6-F-TN, Lucy J. 4-F-TN, William N. 1-M-TN] NOTE: Next door to Isaac (Josiah?) Daugherty.
100. U. S. Census, 1840, Tennessee, Polk County, Page 10, Line 23, Thomas McCoy, MALES: 1 (20-30), ... FEMALES: 1 (20-30) .
101. Worth S. Ray, Tennessee Cousins - A History of Tennessee People, (Copyright 1950), Page 500, "The Dougherty Family of Polk and Jefferson County, Tennessee."
102. Goodspeed's History of Newton, Lawrence, Barry, and McDonald (MO) Counties (Reprint), Barry County Section, Biographical Appendix, Pages 164, 165 (PART 1/2), Stephen Felker, a farmer and retired merchant of Barry County, Mo., was born In McMinn County, Tenn., on June 16. 1825. He is a son of Peter and Nancy (Eves) Felker. Peter Felker was born and reared In South Carolina, from which place he emigrated to Cocke County, Tenn., settling on a farm. During the War of 1812 he carried the mail from Columbia, S. C., to Charleston, S. C. His death occurred in Hamilton County, Tenn., in 1872. Nancy Eves was born and reared in Elbert County, Ga., and went to Tennessee with her sister. She married Peter Felker in l820, and became the mother of four children. William, Stephen, James and Jesse. She died in Hamilton County, Tenn. in 1879. Stephen Felker received his education in the subscription schools of Hamilton County, Tenn. In 1844 he went to Georgia, where he worked for his uncle, Stephen Felker, of Walton County, as overseer, remaining with him until 1847. He then returned to Tennessee and raised a crop on his father's farm, but the next year he established a general store at Benton, Tenn., which he managed until 1852, when he closed out his stock and came to Missouri, settling on his farm of 120 acres of improved land which he had purchased, and which was situated near Washburn, Barry County. In 1858 he wedded Eliza J. Dougherty, of Barry County. She was born in 1822 in Jefferson County, Tenn., to which county her parents had removed from Virginia. Her father served through the War of 1812, in charge of a wagon train in Gen. Jackson's army. Both her parents lived to be old. They reared twelve children. In 1841 Eliza J. married William Dougherty of Bradley County, Tenn., by whom she is the mother of two children: Daniel O. Dougherty (a wholesale dry goods merchant of Atlanta, Ga.) and James E. (who was killed in Benton, Ark. while on his way home from the war).
103. Goodspeed's History of Newton, Lawrence, Barry, and McDonald (MO) Counties (Reprint), Barry County Section, Biographical Appendix, Pages 164, 165 (PART 2/2), William Dougherty was born in Ireland, and came to Pennsylvania in his sixteenth year, was educated in that State, and from there moved to Tennessee. He was a captain in the Florida War, and received an honorable discharge. He was a Master Mason. He died in Dalton, Ga., in 1847, and his widow returned to Tennessee, coming to Barry County, Mo. in 1851, with her brother, Josiah Dougherty. By her second marriage she has three children - William (a banker in Rogers, Ark.), Anna (wife of W. K. Bayless a merchant of Cassville) and Maggie (wife of J.S. Varner, a farmer and stock raiser). Since locating in Barry County, Mr. Felker has devoted his attention to farming, and has been very successful. He is living in comfort on a fine farm of 320 acres. The family are Baptist. He is a member the A. F. & A. M. and a solid Democrat.
104. Daniel O'Connell Dougherty II, "Dougherty [list of various spellings] Genealogical Collection," Accession #81-065, Georgia Archives, Atlanta, GA.
105. Fred R. Beaty, 219 Creekwood Drive, Madisonville, TN 37354, (423) 442-2274, <beaty@usit.net>, Descendants of Josiah Daugherty.
106. Goodspeed's History of Newton, Lawrence, Barry, and McDonald (MO) Counties (Reprint), Barry County Section, Biographical Appendix, Pages 164, 165.
107. Daniel O'Connell Dougherty II, "Dougherty [list of various spellings] Genealogical Collection," Accession #81-065, Georgia Archives, Atlanta, GA.
108. Goodspeed's History of Newton, Lawrence, Barry, and McDonald (MO) Counties (Reprint), Barry County Section, Biographical Appendix, Pages 164, 165 (PART 1 of 2), "Stephen Felker, a farmer and retired merchant of Barry County, Mo., was born in McMinn County, Tenn., on June 16, 1825. He is the son of Peter and Nancy (Eves) Felker. Peter Felker was born and reared in South Carolina, from which place he emigrated to Cocke County, Tenn., settling on a farm. During the War of 1812 he carried the mail from Columbia, S. C., to Charleston, S. C. His death occurred in Hamilton County, Tenn., in 1872. Nancy Eves was born and reared in Elbert County, Ga., and went to Tennessee with her sister. She was married to Peter Felker in 1820, and became the mother of four children: William, Stephen, James and Jesse. She died in Hamilton County, Tenn., in 1879. Stephen Felker received his education in the subscription schools of Hamilton County, Tenn. In 1844 he went to Georgia, where he worked for his uncle, Stephen Felker, of Walton County, as overseer, remaining with him until 1847. He then returned to Tennessee and raised a crop on his father's farm, but the next year he established a general store at Benton, Tennessee, which he managed until 1852, when he closed out his stock and came to Missouri, settling on his farm of 120 acres of improved land which he had purchased, and which was situated near Washburn, Barry County. In 1858 he wedded Eliza J. Dougherty, of Barry County. She was born in 1822 in Jefferson County, Tenn., to which county her parents had removed from Virginia. Her father served through the War of 1812, in charge of a wagon train in Gen. Jackson's army. Both her parents lived to be old. They reared 12 children."
109. Goodspeed's History of Newton, Lawrence, Barry, and McDonald (MO) Counties (Reprint), Barry County Section, Biographical Appendix, Pages 164, 165 (PART 2 of 2), "In 1841 Eliza J. married William Dougherty, of Bradley County, Tenn., by whom she is the mother of two children: Daniel O. Dougherty (a wholesale dry goods merchant of Atlanta, Ga.) and James E. (who was killed in 1865 in Benton County, Ark., while on his way home from the war). William Dougherty was born in Ireland, and came to Pennsylvania in his sixteenth year, was educated in that State, and from there moved to Tennessee. He was a captain in the Florida War, and received an honorable discharge. He was a Master Mason. He died in Dalton, Ga., in 1847, and his widow returned to Tennessee, coming to Barry County, Mo., in 1851, with her brother, Josiah Dougherty. By her second marriage she had three children: William (a banker in Rogers, Ark.), Anna (wife of W.K. Bayless, a merchant of Cassville) and Maggie (wife of J. S. Varner, a farmer and stock raiser). Since locating in Barry County, Mr. Felker has devoted his attention to farming, and has been very successful. He is now living in comfort on a fine farm of 320 acres. The family are Baptists. He is a member of the A. F. & A. M. and a solid Democrat."
110. Family History Files of Stephen Felker, 1104 Clifton Dr., Colonial Heights, VA 23834-2202, (804) 526-9221 < SFelker2@aol.com >, "Electronic."
111. U. S. Census, 1870, Missouri, Barry County, Sugar Creek Twp, Cassville PO, Page 760, Household 175, 01 Jul 1870 (Ancestry.com Image 26 of 53), [FELKER, Stephen A.45-M-W-Farmer-TN, Eliza J. 47-F-W-TN, William R. 15-M-W-MO, Nancy A. 13-F-W-MO, Margaret J. 11-F-W-MO].
112. (DAUGHTERY, LUISEY J. FILKER, STEPHEN JAN 8, 1854).
113. Goodspeed's History of Newton, Lawrence, Barry, and McDonald (MO) Counties (Reprint), Barry County Section, Pages 164, 165, states that he "was killed in 1865 in Benton County, Ark., while on his way home from the war."
114. Abstracts of Ocoee District Early Land Records, Tract: 3892, Surname: DOUGHERTY, Given: HENRY, Acres: 40, Type: GE (General Enterer), Rge: R3W, Twp: T4, Section: #9-NWcSEq, Date: 5 OCT 1841, Paid: 0.25.
115. U. S. Census, 1860, Missouri, Barry County.
116. U. S. Census, 1870, Missouri, Barry County, July 1, 1870, (Henry 45-TN, Mary 40-TN, John H. 16-TN, Josiah 14-MO, Catherine 6-MO, Emmett O. 4-MO, William H. 1-MO).
117. U. S. Census, 1880, Missouri, Barry County.
118. LDS Church Family History Center Ancestral File, (http://www.familysearch.com), "Electronic."
119. Family History Files of Mary J. (Daugherty) Thurman, Victoria, TX.
120. Barry County, MO - Cemetery Record.
121. Barry County, MO - Grave Marker.
122. Family History Files of Nancy T. Ebensberger, Victoria, TX.
123. U. S. Census, 1850, Tennessee, Polk County, Dwelling #231/235, 14 Sep 1850, (DOUGEOTY(?), Isaac 23-M-TN, Eliza 24-F-TN, W.O.B 2-M-TN).
124. U. S. Census, 1870, Missouri, Barry County, Sugar Creek Township, Page 26/27, Dwelling #179, 1 Jul 1870, (DAUGHERTY, Isaac 43-TN-Farmer, Ann 38-OH, William 21-TN, Mary 17-IL, Nancy M. 15-IL, Margaret 12-IL, Laura M. 9-IL, Henrietta V. 8-IL, Cora E. 6-IL, Sarah C. 4-IL, Melissa J. 2-IL, Stephen 4/12-IL).
125. U. S. Census, 1880, Missouri, Barry County, Sugar Creek Township, Page 22, Dwelling #1, 14 Jun 1880.
126. Monroe County, TN - Will Book, Book B, Page 134, Randolph Daugherty's will, dated 20 Sep 1882, "received for registration" 28 Nov 1899.
127. Family History Files of Janet and Ken Ricke, Texas City, TX, 9213 Gettysburg, Texas City, TX 77591-2909, (409) 935-5264, < KenRicke@aol.com >.
128. Monroe County, TN - Marriage Record, Book A & B, Page 112, by P. M. Ghormly J.P..
129. U. S. Census, 1880, Tennessee, Monroe County, Page 133, (DOUGHERTY, Randolph 60, Rebecca T. 56, John R. 15, Arta 6).
130. Monroe County, TN - Marriage Record, Book C & D, Page 392.
131. U. S. Census, 1880, Tennessee, Monroe County, Page 133, (DOUGHERTY, William B. 29, Susan E. 23, William T. 5, Randolf McD. 4, Mary M.11/12).
132. Bible, Mary M. (Daugherty) Beaty's.
133. Monroe County, TN - Marriage Record, Book C & D, Page 350, by Rev. C. Clayton.
134. Fred R. Beaty, 219 Creekwood Drive, Madisonville, TN 37354, (423) 442-2274, <beaty@usit.net>, Descendants of Josiah Daugherty.
135. U. S. Census, 1900, Tennessee, Monroe County.
136. U. S. Census, 1910, Tennessee, Monroe County.
137. Family History Files of Sherry (Mrs. William "Bill") Bolin, 12837 Lebel Road, Knoxville, TN 37922 < sbolin54@aol.com >, "Electronic."
138. Monroe County, TN - Marriage Record, Book A & B, Page 124 (Not Returned).
139. U. S. Census, 1880, Tennessee, Monroe County, Page 135, (DAUGHERTY, Joseph 50, Sarah 49, Orlean 18).
140. Monroe County, TN - Marriage Record.
141. Jefferson County, TN - Guardians Bonds and Letters, Book A, Page 69, 2 Jun 1884, T. A. DAUGHERTY appointed guardian of W. H. CUNNINGHAM, minor heir of Hasten CUNNINGHAM. T. A. DAUGHERTY, S. P. HALE, and Thomas HIGHTOWER posted $1,800 bond.
142. Jefferson County, TN - Executors Bonds and Letters, Book D, Page 132, 6 Oct 1902, J. R. LEONARD and W. B. McCLELLAN appointed as executors of T. A. DAUGHERTY's last Will and Testiment.
143. Monroe County, TN - Marriage Record, Book C & D, Page 4 (Not Returned).
144. U. S. Census, 1880, Tennessee, Monroe County, Page 51, (DAUGHERTY, Thomas 48, Nancy J. 46).
145. U. S. Census, 1870, Tennessee, McMinn County.
146. U. S. Census, 1880, Tennessee, McMinn County.
147. Bible, William Barton Daugherty's.
148. Family History Files of Janet and Ken Ricke, Texas City, TX, 9213 Gettysburg, Texas City, TX 77591-2909, (409) 935-5264, < KenRicke@aol.com >.
149. Monroe County, TN - Marriage Record, Book C & D, Page 94, by William R. Smith J.P..
150. U. S. Census, 1880, Tennessee, Monroe County, Page 134, (DAUGHERTY, William B. 46, Charlotte M. 46, Isona R. 18, John H. 16, Sarah L. 14, Montana E. 12, Margaret M. 10, Malinda O. 8, Mary K. 6, Nannie K. 4, Florida D. 1).
151. Family History Files of Joyce Gaston Reece, Etowah, TN <jreece@icx.net>, "Electronic," http://user.icx.net/~jreece/page5.html.
152. Family History Files of Lee Ferguson, (http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?daugherty::hunt::3110.html), "Electronic."
153. Monroe County, TN - Marriage Record, Book C & D, Page 40, by S. M. Haun MG.
154. Family History Files of Lee Ferguson, (http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?daugherty::hunt::3110.html), "Electronic."
155. Monroe County, TN - Marriage Record, James M. married twice in Monroe County, TN.
156. Family History Files of Leah Morse <leahchris@surfree.com>.
157. Family History Files of Barb Dante, 114 Union St., Nelson, BC V1L 4A2 <dante@netidea.com>, "Electronic."
158. U. S. Census, 1870, Missouri, Barry County, Sugar Creek Twp, Household 185, Page 760 (Ancestry.com Image 28-28 of 53), [SOOTER, Martha, Sarah E. 11-F-W-MO, Eli M. 9-M-W-MO, Mary E. 5-F-W-MO.
159. Family History Files of Judy Oldziewski < harness75@earthlink.net >.
160. Family History Files of Randy Sooter <ics@hbeark.com>, "Electronic."
161. Barry County, MO - Marriage Record.
162. Family History Files of Juanita Smith, 5647 RFD, Long Grove, IL 60047, <nita5230@msn.com>, "Electronic."
163. Family History Files of Conrad Rehberg <fcrehberg@aol.com>, "Electronic."
164. Family History Files of Kay (Mrs. William C.) Winter, Colorado Springs, CO<wcwinter@webaccess.net>, "Electronic."
165. U. S. Census, 1880, Missouri, Bates County, Hudson Twp., [WALKER, William H. 37, Mary J. 39, William E. Barr (?) 2-Ward; DAUGHERTY, Preston 66-Boarder-LeisureOccupation].
166. Family History Files of Lorraine Walls Leftridge, Independence, MO <Lefco2@aol.com>.
167. Family History Files of Brian Evans <BHEEvans@worldnet.att.net>, "Electronic."
168. Monroe County, TN - County Court, Page 125, Oct 1859, Settlement made 1 Aug by Alexander DAUGHERTY, Gdn, to minor heirs of William DAUGHERTY.
169. Monroe County, TN - Administrators and Executors Settlements, Book C, Page 24, 29 Nov 1868, Alexander DAUGHERTY guardian to the minor heirs of William DAUGHERTY, dec'd.
170. Danny Fluhart < fluhartd@bell.atlantic.net >, Descendants of Joseph Meek of Washington County, Virginia.
171. Family History Files of Melton P. Meek M.D., 3410 N.W. Oak, Lawton, OK 73505, (580) 353-8539 <melmeek@sirinet.net>.
172. U. S. Census, 1880, Tennessee, Monroe County, Page 53, (DAUGHERTY, Alexander 48, Carrie 20, May 18, Ecie 16, Susie 9).
173. Danny Fluhart < fluhartd@bell.atlantic.net >, Descendants of Joseph Meek of Washington County, Virginia, Section on Spicey G. Meek, Page 206-207.
174. Monroe County, TN - Marriage Record, Book C & D, Page 64 (Not Returned).
175. U. S. Census, 1880, Tennessee, Monroe County, Page 134, (DAUGHERTY, Brazeal 46, Margaret M. 42, John 19, Mary 18, Malinda 16, Eliza J. 10, William A 8, Nancy E. 5, Jason 3, Lillie 1).
176. Internet Site, "Electronic," http://www.teleplex.net/gclark/html/d0000/g0000060.html#I1402.
177. U. S. Census, 1880, Tennessee, Monroe County, Page 134, (DAUGHERTY, William H. 28, Elizabeth 67, Nancy D. 25, Alice 6/12).
178. Family History Files of Ben Lough <bjl33@email.byu.edu>, Date of Import: 12 Apr 2004.
179. Family History Files of Mikki McBride <Mikki95210@aol.com>.
180. (Dougherty, Nancy C. to Trower, Monroe on May 13, 1860).
181. An Illustrated History of North Idaho Embracing Nez Perces, Idaho, Latah, Kootenai, and Shoshone Counties - State of Idaho, (Western Historical Publishing Company, 1903), Part 1/3, JOHN T. LOUGH. The apostle Paul ministered to his own and to the needs of those with him through the work of his own hands and thus preached the gospel free to all. Such has been the career of the estimable gentleman whose name is at the head of this article and be is now preaching regularly at Gifford and other points, while he also handles his farm, which is located one and one-half miles east from Lookout. On March 17, 1878, in Barry County, Missouri, John T. Lough was ordained to preach in the church of Christ and since that time he has been active in the spread of the faith.
182. An Illustrated History of North Idaho Embracing Nez Perces, Idaho, Latah, Kootenai, and Shoshone Counties - State of Idaho, (Western Historical Publishing Company, 1903), Part 2/3, Mr. Lough was born near Waveland, Indiana, on October 12, 1846, being the son of Samuel M. and Delilah J. (Stalcup) Lough. The father was born in Cumberland County, Kentucky, and died February 5, 1902. His father, Thomas W., was born March 12, 1788, in Virginia; the great-grandfather of our subject was a pioneer in Kentucky and enlisted in the Revolution under General Washington, but on account of his youth was detailed as a servant of the General, and afterward married a niece of George Washington's mother. The mother of our subject was born in Tennessee, in 1822, and died in August 1857. Her parents were pioneers in Tennessee. When John T. was ten months of age the family went to the father's old home in Kentucky and when John was ten years old they all went to Texas. Grayson County was the home place and in the time of the Civil war he and his father were conscripted for the Confederate army. In the spring of 1865 Mr. Lough went to Barry County, Missouri, and farmed and followed sawmilling. As stated before, it was there that he began preaching for the church of Christ, being the first county evangelist. In 1892 he sold out and came to Latah county, where he resided until the spring of 1896, when he come and took his present place. This he has farmed in good shape and it is one of the fine farms of the county.
183. An Illustrated History of North Idaho Embracing Nez Perces, Idaho, Latah, Kootenai, and Shoshone Counties - State of Idaho, (Western Historical Publishing Company, 1903), Part 3/3, On December 23, 1867, Mr. Lough married Miss Nancy C., daughter of Josiah and Lodusky (Smith) Daugherty, natives of Tennessee. Mr. Daugherty was a pioneer of southwestern Missouri and served in the Confederate army. Mrs. Lough was born in Barry County, in 1841, and died on August 2, 1897. Three children were born to this marriage: Delilah L. Kelly, at Gifford, Idaho; Margaret E. Nelson, in California; Lona A., at home. Mr. Lough is a stanch Democrat and in Latah and this county he refused the nomination for the state legislature, when his nomination meant his election. He has always been an advocate of first-class schools, and has labored faithfully for the welfare of all, both temporally and spiritually, and he is highly respected and beloved by all.
184. Family History Files of Ben Lough <bjl33@email.byu.edu>, Date of Import: 12 Apr 2004.
185. An Illustrated History of North Idaho Embracing Nez Perces, Idaho, Latah, Kootenai, and Shoshone Counties - State of Idaho, (Western Historical Publishing Company, 1903).
186. Family History Files of Ben Lough <bjl33@email.byu.edu>, Date of Import: 12 Apr 2004.
187. Family History Files of Mikki McBride <Mikki95210@aol.com>.
188. Family History Files of Ben Lough <bjl33@email.byu.edu>, Date of Import: 12 Apr 2004.
189. Family History Files of Mikki McBride <Mikki95210@aol.com>.
190. Family History Files of Ben Lough <bjl33@email.byu.edu>, Date of Import: 12 Apr 2004.
191. An Illustrated History of North Idaho Embracing Nez Perces, Idaho, Latah, Kootenai, and Shoshone Counties - State of Idaho, (Western Historical Publishing Company, 1903).
192. Family History Files of Ben Lough <bjl33@email.byu.edu>, Date of Import: 12 Apr 2004.
193. Family History Files of Judy (Mrs. Cody) Hanna, P.O.Box 590, Buffalo, Missouri 65622, <cjhanna@positech.net>.
194. Family History Files of Luanna Cowan <LUCOWAN@aol.com>, "Electronic."
195. Civil War Records, Ark. Co. A 1st Art. Civil War from May 10, 1863 to Aug. 10, 1865.
196. Family History Files of David Daugherty, 2455 CR 784, Webster, FL 33597 <georgian2001@yahoo.com>.
197. Family History Files of Luanna Cowan <LUCOWAN@aol.com>, "Electronic."
198. Grave Marker.
199. Family History Files of David Daugherty, 2455 CR 784, Webster, FL 33597 <georgian2001@yahoo.com>.
200. Family History Files of Luanna Cowan <LUCOWAN@aol.com>, "Electronic."
201. Family History Files of Carol D Marlin, 1529 Tessa, Sacramento, CA 95815, (916) 730-2532, <yamiyy4u@aol.com>, (http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/m/a/r/Carol-D-Marlin/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0009.html), "Electronic."
202. U. S. Census, 1870, Missouri, Barry County, Sugar Creek Twp, Cassville PO, Household 140, Page , 25 Jun 1870 (Ancestry.com Image 22 of 53), (DAUGHERTY, I.S., 25-MO-Farmer, S. Ellen 20-MO, Van Wert 2-MO, Leroy 3/12-MO; WALLEN, George 26-TN].
203. Family History Files of Janet Hubbard Cloninger, 4 Todd Street, Perry, AR 72125, (501) 354-2402 <jcloninger@HealthyArkansas.com>, "Electronic."
204. U. S. Census, 1870, Missouri, Barry County, Sugar Creek Twp, 10 Jun 1870, Page 332 (Ancestry.com Image 52 of 55), [DAUGHERTY, John W-M-26-Farmer-MO/TN/TN, Sarah W-F-24-KeepingHouse-MO/TN/TN, BURNETTE, Jane W-F-22-SisInLaw-KeepingHouse-MO/TN/TN, BURNETTE, Leroy W-M-4-Nephew-AtHome-MO/MO/MO].
205. Jeanie, GEMINI6005@aol.com, "Electronic," Email dated 17 Aug 1997.
206. Family History Files of Jeanie Aguirre, GEMINI6005@aol.com.
207. Family History File of Sabra Coyle <csabra@swbell.net>, "Electronic."
208. Jeanie, GEMINI6005@aol.com, "Electronic," Email dated 17 Aug 1997.
209. Family History Files of Jim Williams <jim76501@vvm.com>, (http://www.surnameweb.org/centers/i/inman/cgi-bin/igmget.cgi/n=Inman?I3183).
210. Jeanie, GEMINI6005@aol.com, "Electronic," Email dates 17 Aug 1997.
211. Family History Files of Jim Williams <jim76501@vvm.com>, (http://www.surnameweb.org/centers/i/inman/cgi-bin/igmget.cgi/n=Inman?I3183).
212. Jeanie, GEMINI6005@aol.com, "Electronic," Email Dated 17 Aug 1997.
213. Family History Files of Judy Jackson, 1317 Flora Street, Burlington, IA 52601, <Judy80ora@aol.com>.
214. Family History Files of Bob Stalcup, 2870 Wynridge Drive, Grove City, OH 43123 <rbstalcup@aep.com>.
215. Family History Files of Judy Jackson, 1317 Flora Street, Burlington, IA 52601, <Judy80ora@aol.com>.
216. Fred R. Beaty, 219 Creekwood Drive, Madisonville, TN 37354, (423) 442-2274, <beaty@usit.net>, Descendants of Josiah Daugherty.
217. Family History Files of Judy Jackson, 1317 Flora Street, Burlington, IA 52601, <Judy80ora@aol.com>.
218. Family History Files of Kay (Mrs. William C.) Winter, Colorado Springs, CO<wcwinter@webaccess.net>, "Electronic."
219. U. S. Census, 1880, Missouri, Bates County, Hudson Twp., [WALKER, William H. 37, Mary J. 39, William E. Barr (?) 2-Ward; DAUGHERTY, Preston 66-Boarder-LeisureOccupation].
220. Family History Files of Kay (Mrs. William C.) Winter, Colorado Springs, CO<wcwinter@webaccess.net>, "Electronic."
221. Family History Files of Marla Mowery, 1645 Wishwood Ct #4, Chesterfield, MO <mowerym@prodigy.net>, "Electronic."
222. Family History Files of Emma D. Smith, #46 Country Oaks, R. R. #1 - Box 282, Heyworth, Illinois 61745 <EmmaD39@aol.com>.
223. Fred R. Beaty, 219 Creekwood Drive, Madisonville, TN 37354, (423) 442-2274, <beaty@usit.net>, Descendants of Josiah Daugherty.
224. Civil War Pension, Widows.
225. Family History Files of Marla Mowery, 1645 Wishwood Ct #4, Chesterfield, MO <mowerym@prodigy.net>, "Electronic."
226. Family History Files of Emma D. Smith, #46 Country Oaks, R. R. #1 - Box 282, Heyworth, Illinois 61745 <EmmaD39@aol.com>.
227. Family History Files of Pam A. Copple, 32708 57th Ave. So., Auburn, WA 98001 < pamcopple@juno.com >, "Electronic."
228. Family History Files of Bob Roseberry, Lawrence, Kansas <rosebud1@sunflower.com >.
229. Illinois StateWide Marriage Index 1763-1900, Elizabeth's last name spelled "Grisham."
230. Family History Files of Mindy L. < TypeOPositiv78@aol.com >.
231. Illinois StateWide Marriage Index 1763-1900.
232. Family History Files of Emma D. Smith, #46 Country Oaks, R. R. #1 - Box 282, Heyworth, Illinois 61745 <EmmaD39@aol.com>.
233. Bible, Roseberry Family, (Information provided by Virginia Shaw < vshaw@hollinet.com >).
234. Family History Files of Emma D. Smith, #46 Country Oaks, R. R. #1 - Box 282, Heyworth, Illinois 61745 <EmmaD39@aol.com>.
235. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>).
236. Family History Files of Connie Welch, 831 Carrolton Dr., Poplar Bluff Missouri 63901 <stinger@semo.net>, "Electronic."
237. U. S. Census, 1860, Missouri, Barry County, Sugar Creek Twp, Washburn Prairie PO, Page 845, Household 209/243, Ancestry.com Image 15 of 41, [WILSON, G. S. ?-M-Sadler-$1200/$800-KY, Nancy Ann F-3-MO, Sarah J. 20-F-MO, Martha E. 1/12-F-MO, Benjamin (Smally?) 19-M-Laborer-TN].
238. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>).
239. U. S. Census, 1880, Arkansas, Washington County, Prairie Township, Dwelling 305, Page 36, 19 June 1880, (DOUGHERTY,Joseph 38-Head-MO/TN/TN, Martha M. 35-Wife-AL/SC/AL. John 11-Son-AR/MO/AL, Thomas 10-Son-AR/MO/AL, Josiah 7-Son-AR/MO/AL, Evans 6-Son-AR/MO/AL, Jessie H. 3-Son-TX/MO/AL, Fannie 1/12-Daughter-AR/MO/AL).
240. U. S. Census, 1900, Arkansas, Nevada County, Dwelling 172, (DAUGHERTY, Josiah, Sr. 58-Head-MO/GA/TN, Sallie 56-Wife-MS/MS/AL, Mary L. 13-Daughter-TX/MO/MS, Monroe 10-Son-TX/MO/MS, Jessie H. 23-Son-TX/MO/AL) Josiah had been married to Sallie for 15 years. Jessie is Josiah’s son by his first wife Martha.
241. Confederate Pension Application, Josiah Daugherty's application for a Confederate pension was signed 15 May 1911, filed on 16 Jul 1911 and approved 10 Aug 1911. He was a member of 11th Regiment, Col. Burns's Regiment of Infantry from the State of Missouri. He served from May 1861 until he was honorably discharged on 5 June 1865.
242. Family History Files of Leonard "Buddy" Daugherty, The Colony (Dallas), TX.
243. Death Certificate, Arkansas State Department of Health, County: Nevada, Township: Parker, Full Name: Josiah Daugherty, Sex: Male, Color: White, Marital Status: Married, DOB: March 1842, Age: 78, Occupation: Retired Farmer of 3 years, Birthplace: Ky, Name of Father: Evan Daugherty, Birthplace of Father: Ky, Maiden Name of Mother: Hunt, Birthplace of Mother: Ky, Informant: Josiah Daugherty, Bodcaw, Ark. Date of Death: Aug. 15, 1920, Cause of Death: Mitral Regurgitation, Signed: Wm B. H. Pool, Aug 16, 1920, Bodcaw, Place of Burial or Removal: Shover Springs, Date of Removal: Aug. 16, 1920, Undertaker: E. T. Kenedy, Bodcaw.
244. U. S. Census, 1910, Arkansas, Hempstead County, Bodcaw Township, Page 1A, Household 8, (DAUGHERTY, Josiah 68 MO/GA/TN, Sarah 64 MS/US/US, Monroe 20 TX/MO/MS).
245. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>), [Source for DOB only].
246. Civil War Pension, Veteran #18480, Calvary Reg. 11 MO-I, 1861-1865, Veteran Applied 10 Aug 1911, Widow (Sallie) Applied 15 Aug 1921, Veteran Died 15 Aug 1920.
247. Union County, AR - Marriage Record, Book C, Page 42a, "State of Arkansas, County of Union: This is to certify that I a regular ordained minister of the gospel of the Baptist denomination celebrated marriage on the 17th day of Nov. AD 1867 between M. Josiah Daugherty age 25 years and wife M. M. McKinly age 23 years all of the above named State and County. My credentials are recorded in Union County Book B page 274. ... J. M. Hart ... Filed January 15th 1868."
248. Family History Files of Jack Daugherty, 610 Woodvale Dr, Shreveport, LA 71115-3820, [I first found this marriage record in the files of Jack Daugherty, when visiting with his widow, Jean Daugherty].
249. Confederate Pension Application, Sallie Daugherty submitted a Deceased Pensioner's Widow's Application for Josiah Daugherty's Confererate pension benefits dated 23 May 1921.
250. U. S. Census, 1910, Arkansas, Hempstead County, Bodcaw Township, Page 1A, Household 8, (DAUGHERTY, Josiah 68 MO/GA/TN, Sarah 64 MS/US/US, Monroe 20 TX/MO/MS).
251. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>).
252. U. S. Census, 1900, Arkansas, Nevada County, Dwelling 170, (DAUGHERTY, Thomas 30-AR/MO/AL, Ellen L. 25-Wife-AR, Maud M. 5-Daughter-TX/AR/AR, Jessie 3-Son-TX/AR/AR, Mattie R. 1-Daughter-TX/AR/AR).
253. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>), [Source for DOB only], [Source for DOB only].
254. Denver Daugherty stated that his parents received a letter from Uncle Tom right before Evan Daugherty's death in Dec 1951. Tom was living in Oklahoma.
255. U. S. Census, 1900, Arkansas, Nevada County, Dwelling 173, (DAUGHERTY, Josiah, Jr. 27-Head-AR/MO/AL, Ola 25-Wife-TN/TN/TN, Eulan M. 1-Daughter-TX/AR/TN).
256. U. S. Census, 1930, Arkansas, Lafayette County, Hadley Twp., Household 1/1, 2 Apr 1930, Page 43 (Ancestry.com image 1 of 24), [DAUGHERTY, Joe S. Head-M-W-57-XX-24(AgeFirstMarried)-AR/KY/AL-Farming] See note in margin: "See sheet 12, Line 63, + 4 members of fam." Page 54b Ancestry.com Image 24 of 24 > [DAUGHERTY, Myrtle M. Wife-H-F-W-25-M-17-AR/AR/AR; MASON, Minnie L. StepDau-F-W-5-S-AL/GA/AR, George W. StepSon-M-W-2_4/12-S-MS/GA/AR, Dorthy Mae StepDau-F-W-1-S-AL/GA/AR].
257. U. S. Census, 1920, Arkansas, Nevada County, Joe S Daugherty, Age: 47 years, Estimated birth year: 1872, Birthplace: Arkansas, Race: White. Home in 1920: Parker, Nevada, Arkansas, Roll: T625_74, Page: 10B, ED: 135, Image: 0491.
258. Family History Files of Ed Burke, P.O. Box 1229, Carlsbad, NM 88221, (505) 628-0461 <edburke@zianet.com>, "Electronic."
259. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>).
260. Family History Files of Dr. Dorothy Rushing, 516 Lockloma Ct., Denison, TX 75020 <DRush35@aol.com >, "Electronic."
261. Lafayette County, AR - Marriage Records, Book M, Page 154
262. Family History Files of Ed Burke, P.O. Box 1229, Carlsbad, NM 88221, (505) 628-0461 <edburke@zianet.com>, "Electronic."
263. U. S. Census, 1900, Arkansas, Nevada County, Dwelling 174, Evan is staying with his sister Fannie and her husband (William H. COX 19-Head-AR/GA/GA, Fannie COX 20-Wife-AR/MO/AL, Robert A. COX 6/12-Son-AR/AR/AR, Evans DAUGHERTY 25-Boarder-AR/MO/AL, Pearl MILLER 16-Sister-In-Law-TX/MO/AL, Vera A. MILLER 6/12-Daughter-AR/AR/AR). Fannie, Evan, and Pearl are brother and sisters.
264. U. S. Census, 1900, Texas, Tarrant County, Voting Precinct No. 9, Dwelling 166, 26 June 1900, Evans’ first wife, Elizabeth CLOUNCH, and their first son Sam, can be found in the John Clounch household (John CLOUNCH 49-M-Head-AL/AL, Emma CLOUNCH 49-Wife-TN/TN/TN, Lizzie DAUGHERTY 20-F-Daughter-TX/AL/TN, Ellen CLOUNCH 16-F-Daughter-TX/AL/TN, Martha A. CLOUNCH 14-Daughter-TX/AL/TN, John CLOUNCH 11-Son-TX/AL/TN, Bessie CLOUNCH 9-Daughter-TX/AL/TN, Maud CLOUNCH 7-Daughter-TX/AL/TN, Luther CLOUNCH 5-Son-TX/AL/TN, Sam DAUGHERTY 1-Grand Son-TX/AR/TX). Elizabeth (Lizzie) DAUGHERTY was noted as having been married 5 years.
265. U. S. Census, 1910, Arkansas, Nevada County, Dwelling 52, (DAUGHERTY, Evans 36-M-AR/AR/AR, Omela 32-F-Wife, Lewis 13-M-Son-AR/AR/AR, Sam 12-M-Son-AR/AR/AR, Bill 10-M-Son-AR/AR/AR, Clifford 8-M-Son-AR/AR/AR, Clint 7-M-Son-AR/AR/AR, Josiah 4-M-Son-AR/AR/AR).
266. U. S. Census, 1920, Arkansas, Nevada County, Parker Twp., Household 166/170, 14 Jan 1920, (DAUGHERTY, E. 45-M-TX/TX/TX, Melie G. 42-F-Wife-IL/IL/IL, Clint 16-M-Son-TX/TX/IL, Josiah 13-M-Son-TX/TX/IL, Curtis 3 6/12-M-Son-AR/TX/IL, RICHARDSON, Bill 19-M-Stepson-AR/TX/IL, RICHARDSON, Cliff 16-M-Stepson-AR/TX/IL, DAUGHERTY, Jessie 42-M-Brother-TX/TX/TX) NOTE: Melie, born in IL, was not the mother of Clint and Josiah as listed.
267. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>).
268. Tarrant County, TX - Marriage Records, Book 8, Page 301, No. 6413
269. Family History Discussion with Amelia Richardson Brown, Hope, AR.
270. Family History Files of Sandra Kaye Ward Purtle, McGehee, AR, (deceased), "Electronic."
271. Lafayette County, AR - Marriage Record, Book N, Page 95.
272. U. S. Census, 1920, Arkansas, Nevada County, Parker Twp., Household 166/170, Jessie (42-M-TX/TX/TX) in Evan Daugherty household, 14 Jan 1920.
273. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>), Bible lists name as "Jessie Handy Daugherty."
274. U. S. Census, 1930, Arkansas, Lafayette County, Hadley Twp., Household 144/145, 9 Apr 1930, Page 49 (Ancestry.com image 13 of 24), [DAUGHERTY, Jessie H. Head-M-W-53-S-TX/IL/AR-Farmer, Clent Nephew-M-W-24-S-TX/AR/TX-Laborer).
275. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>).
276. U. S. Census, 1900, Arkansas, Nevada County, Dwelling 174, William H. COX 19-Head-AR/GA/GA, Fannie COX 20-Wife-AR/MO/AL, Robert A. COX 6/12-Son-AR/AR/AR, Evans DAUGHERTY 25-Boarder-AR/MO/AL, Pearl MILLER 16-Sister-In-Law-TX/MO/AL, Vera A. MILLER 6/12-Daughter-AR/AR/AR). Fannie, Evan, and Pearl are brother and sisters.
277. Family History Files of AnnaLee Chapman Anderson, 8341 Angeir Way, Dallas, TX 75228 (214) 321-4400 <ala4@ix.netcom.com>.
278. Family History Files of Genene Shotswell, Linden, CA.
279. FTW - World Family Tree, Volume 28, Tree 585.
280. U. S. Census, 1900, Arkansas, Nevada County, Dwelling 174, William H. COX 19-Head-AR/GA/GA, Fannie COX 20-Wife-AR/MO/AL, Robert A. COX 6/12-Son-AR/AR/AR, Evans DAUGHERTY 25-Boarder-AR/MO/AL, Pearl MILLER 16-Sister-In-Law-TX/MO/AL, Vera A. MILLER 6/12-Daughter-AR/AR/AR). Fannie, Evan, and Pearl are brother and sisters.
281. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>).
282. U. S. Census, 1910, Arkansas, Hempstead County, Bodcaw Twp., Page 4B, Household 58, 20 Apr 1910, (EBLIN, Mary L. Head-F-W-23-Widow-3-2-TX/MO/TX-WashingWoman, Mertis(?) M. Dau-F-W-5-S-AR/AR/TX, Leroy L. Son-M-W-2-S-AR/TX/TX).
283. Family History Files of Teresa "Terri" Todd <ttodd@comcast.net>, "Electronic."
284. U. S. Census, 1930, Arkansas, Hempstead County, DeRoane Twp, Household 96/103 (Shover Road written on side of page), Page 122, 9 Apr 1940, [TODD, Minious Head-M-W-71-M-21(AgeFirstMarried)-AR/AR/AR, Mary L. Wife-F-W-43-M-17-(AgeFirstMarried)-TX/MS/TX, William Son-M-W-16-S-AR/AR/TX, Rosie Dau-F-W-13-S-AR/AR/TX, Edgar Son-M-W-11-S-AR/AR/TX, Minious R. Son-M-W-8-S-AR/AR/TX, Grace M. Dau-M-F-5-S-AR/AR/TX].
285. Nevada County, AR - Marriage Record, Book L, Page 432, M.M. TODD to Mary EBLIN, 8 Feb 1911.
286. Family History Files of Carlette Jones, Prescott, AR <cjones@iocc.com>.
287. Nevada County, AR - Marriage Record, Book I, Page 571, (Ed EBLING, 19, Register, AR, to Mary L. DAUGHERTY, 16, Register, AR, on 24 Jul 1903, I-571).
288. Family History Files of Jack Daugherty, 610 Woodvale Dr, Shreveport, LA 71115-3820.
289. Family History Files of Leonard "Buddy" Daugherty, The Colony (Dallas), TX.
290. FTW - World Family Tree, Volume 10, Tree 1016.
291. U. S. Census, 1930, Arkansas, Hempstead County, Bodcaw Twp, Household 92/95 (Alton Road written on side of page), Page 5, 4 Apr 1940, [DAUGHERTY, Monroe Head-M-W-41-M-TX-MO-TX, Lillian Wife-F-W-36-M-AR/AR/AR, Joe Son-M-W-17-S-AR/TX/AR, Robert Son-M-W-14-S-AR/TX/AR, Olliver Son-M-W-8-S-AR/TX/AR, Opal Dau-M-W-5-S-AR/TX/AR, Luise Dau-F-W-3-S-AR/TX/AR, Clarence Son-M-W-1-S-AR/TX/AR].
292. Nevada County, AR - Marriage Record, Book M, Page 58.
293. U. S. Census, 1880, Arkansas, Washington County, Prairie Township, Page 36, Dwelling 301, (TURPIN, Joseph 33-Head-MO/KY/KY, Louiza J. 33-Wife-KY/TN/TN, Mary M. 10-Daughter-MO/MO/KY, DAUGHERTY,Caroline 62-Mother-in-Law-TN/TN/TN).
294. Confederate Pension Application, A "J. Turpin" submitted a Proof of Service form as part of Sallie Daugherty's Deceased Pensioner's Widow's Application for Josiah Daugherty's Confererate pension benefits. He states that he was Josiah's brother-in-law.
295. Union County, AR - Marriage Record, Book C, Page 42c, "This is to certify that I a regular ordained minister of the gospel of the Baptist denomination celebrated marriage on the 15th Dec 1867 between M. J. T. Turpin age 25 yrs of the state of Louisiana Parish Claiborne(?) and wife L. J. Dougherty age 19 yrs of the aforesaid(?) State and County. My credentials are recorded in El Dorado Book B page 277. ... J. M. Hart ... Filed January 15th 1868."
296. Bible, Levi and Nancy Buckner Hunt Family, (Scanned images provided by Bob Danley, 42 Rath Drive, Bella Vista, AR 72715, (479) 876-1689 <jrdanley@worldnet.att.net>).
297. Polk County, TN - Deed Record, Book 2, Page 366-368, 9 Feb 1893, James L. Smith to D. O. DOUGHERTY of the city of Atlanta and State of Georgia, 100 acres, $500 , "... it being a one fourth undivided interest in the same ..."
298. Polk County, TN - Deed Record, Book 2, Pages 368-371, 15 Mar 1897, William G. and Fannie L. SMITH, County of Hall, State of Georgia, to D. O. DOUGHERTY, County of Fulton, State of Georgia, 100 acres, $500. "... this being all my undivided interest in and to said described land ... all of which I inherited from dec'd father and dec'd brother ...". Land description matches that of Book 2, Pages 366-368 previously noted.
299. Polk County, TN - Deed Record, Book 4, Page 14-16, 28 Mar 1900, D. O. DOUGHERTY and his wife Elizabeth J. DOUGHERTY and James L. SMITH and his wife Julia SMITH to John L. TAYLOR, 100 acres, $2,750. DOUGHERTY's 11/12 undivided interest, SMITH's 1/12 undivided interest. Land description matches that of Book 2, Pages 366-368 previously noted.
300. Polk County, TN - Deed Record, Book 7, Page 111, 8 Jan 1901, D. O. DOUGHERTY and his wife Elizabeth J. DOUGHERTY and William G. SMITH and his wife Frances L. SMITH to George BLACKWELL, 57 1/2 acres, $40. "... being a one half undivided interest in the same tract of land ..."
301. Worth S. Ray, Tennessee Cousins - A History of Tennessee People, (Copyright 1950), Page 160, "Abraham Lillard, The Son of Captain William Lillard."
302. Worth S. Ray, Tennessee Cousins - A History of Tennessee People, (Copyright 1950), Page 500, "The Dougherty Family of Polk and Jefferson County, Tennessee."
303. Goodspeed's History of Newton, Lawrence, Barry, and McDonald (MO) Counties (Reprint), Barry County Section, Pages 164, 165.
304. Internet Site, "Electronic," http://www.rootsweb.com/~mobarry/data/george3.htm, Barry County Missouri Obituary, Dr. William P. George 1846 - 1915, "... He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. David I. George, well known and highly respected citizens of this county during life, and he was born in Cassville, Jan. 26, 1846, and lived on the old George homestead with his parents, until arriving at the age of 16 years, when the civil war came on, he case his lot with the Southern States, and entered the Confederate Army and enlisted in a Company organized by the late John Hereford of near Washburn, that was known as Co. C. 11th Mo., Infantry, in Col. Hunter's regiment, and in the army of Gen. Sterling Price, where he served three years. In his company, served such men as B.A. Gowan, Monroe Logan and Taylor McGlothlia of near Washburn, Robert Henderson of Oklahoma, James Vanzandt of Ash township, Barry county, Isaac Cowherd of Okla., Robert Perkins of Van Buren Ark., Burk Herriford of Nevada, Mo., and the late Daniel O'Connell Dougherty of Atlanta Ga., all former residents of Barry county. Between Dr. George and Daniel O'Connell Doughtery, there existed a friendship that commenced in there boyhood days and lasted to the end. ..."
305. U. S. Census, 1880, Missouri, Barry County.
306. Bible, Nancy S. Varner Daugherty's Bible in possession of Mary J. Daugherty Thurman, Victoria, TX.
307. LDS Church Family History Center Ancestral File, (http://www.familysearch.com), "Electronic," IGI Index.
308. Barry County, MO - Cemetery Record, Washburn Prairie Cemetery.
309. Family History Files of Marilyn McCormick <MMarnLar@aol.com>.
310. Internet Site, "Electronic," http://www.rootsweb.com/~mobarry/data/eden1.htm, Barry County Missouri Obituary, Mrs. Tennessee (Vanzandt) Eden 1854 - 1915.
311. Internet Site, "Electronic," http://members.xoom.com/hugo_ok/, Ron Henson, Rt 2 Box 960, Hugo, Ok 74743, email: <hensons@usa.net> or <rhenson@1starnet.com>.
312. U. S. Census, 1880, Missouri, Barry County, Flat Creek, Household 177/186, [DAUGHERTY, Josiah W-M-24-Head-WorksOnFarm-MO/TN/TN, Mary W-F-17-Wife-KeepingHouse-ILL/IND/ILL].
313. Family History Files of Linda Daugherty Poliak <nicurn_99@yahoo.com>, "Electronic."
314. Family History Files of Judith E. (Daugherty) Vadas, Charleston, SC, 18 Jul 1997.
315. Family History Files of Linda Daugherty Poliak <nicurn_99@yahoo.com>, "Electronic."
316. Family History Files of Randy Sooter <ics@hbeark.com>, "Electronic."
317. Family History Files of Elmer Snider, R1 Box 176, Bogard MO 64622, (660) 731-5117 < esnider@greenhills.net >.
318. Internet Site, "Electronic," http://www.rootsweb.com/~mobarry/cemetery/Snider.htm, Snider Cemetery, Barry County, Missouri DAUGHERTY, Tennie M. --- Died: Nov. 11, 1892, Inscription: 21 years, 4 months, 14 days, Wife of W.H. Daugherty.
319. Family History Files of Sharon Wood Boch, 1110 N 24th, Boise, Idaho, 83702, 208-344-8999, < SLBOC@aol.com >, "Electronic."
320. Family History Files of Randy Sooter <ics@hbeark.com>, "Electronic."



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