Peter Doshier (b. November 02, 1762, d. August 06, 1838)
Peter Doshier (son of Johann Daniel Doshier and Elizabeth) was born November 02, 1762 in Maxatawney, Berks Co., Pennsylvania, and died August 06, 1838 in Clark Co. Illinois. He married Alley Pritchett on July 20, 1790 in Blount or Knox Co., TN.
Notes for Peter Doshier: Sources: Title: Doshier7.FTW Repository: Call Number: Media: Other Text: Date of Import: Mar 20, 2000 Title: Abstract of Rev. War Pension File Title: Rev. War Pension Abstract
From Abstracts of Rev. War Pension Files
Dosher, Peter or Peter Dozier, Alley, W22951, BLW #75004-160-55, VA Line, sol enl in VA, sol was b 2 Nov 1762 in PA & when a child his father's family moved to Culpeper Cty VA & sol lived in Shenandoah Cty VA at enl where he had lived since 1780 & after the Rev War sol lived about 30 yers in TN, appl 25 Sep 1833 Clark Cty IL, wid appl 12 May 1857 Marion Cty AR age 87, children mentioned were; the oldest child Margaret who m Jacob Tarwater their m bond was dated 25 May 1807, Nancy who m Walter Maxey m license dated 8 Mar 1809, Daniel the 3 rd child b 17 Jul 1794 & Henry was aged 56 in 1857, sol had a sis Nancy who was 15 mths older than he was & also another sis Margaret 15 mths older than said Nancy, in 1857 Margaret Tarwater was living in Marion cty AR in 1857 & in 1856 Daniel Dosher was living in Clark Cty IL, & he had m in Aug 1813 to Judith Maxey their children were mentioned but not named, in 1833 an Adam Dosher was aged 74 a res of White Cty IL but no relationship to sol was stated.
112. Peter Dozier, born November 02, 1762 in Hawkins, TN; died August 06, 1838 in IL. He was the son of 224. Daniel Dozier. He married 113. Alley Pritchett June 20, 1790. ---------------------- Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Illinois Clark County
Name: Peter Dozier was born in Virginia in 1762. He served in the Virginia troops. He came to Clark county, Illinois, where he died in 1838. He was pensioned. ----------------------
113. Alley Pritchett, born 1768; died 1857.
Children of Peter Dozier and Alley Pritchett are: i. Adam Dozier. ; ii. John Dozier. ; iii. Wiley Peter Dozier.; iv. Margaret Dozier, born 1791 in Blount, TN. ; v. Nancy Dozier, born 1793 in Blount, TN; died 1864; married Walter Maxey March 08, 1809. ; 56 vi. Richard Pritchard Dozier, born 1794 in Warren, TN; married Julia A. Young 1842 in Scott Co., AR.; vii. Daniel Dozier, born July 07, 1794 in Blount, TN; married Judith Maxey. ; viii. Henry Dozier, born 1801 in Knox, TN. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- -----------------------------------------
Dosher, Peter Birth : 2 Nov 1762 Pennsylvania or Virginia Death : 6 Aug 1838 Clark County, Illinois Parents: Father: Dosher, Johan Daniel Mother: ???, Elizabeth
Family: Marriage: 20 Jun 1790 in Blount/Hawkins County, Tennessee Spouse: Pritchard, Ally Birth : 1770 Death : Mar 1873 Arkansas
Children: Dosher, Peter Birth : Tennessee Dosher, Peggy Margaret Dosher, Nancy Dosher, Daniel Dosher, Richard Prichert Dosher, John Dosher, Henry
DOZUR, James (DOSHER) 24 m TN lab b 2 May 1826 d 27 Jan 1901 Jacksboro Jack Co TX; James Belle DOSHER kept a diary: This is part of what he wrote: Life of James Belle Dosher: James Belle Dosher was born in Warren County TN, May the 2, 1826. His father's name was John Dosher. His mother's name was Rachel. His grandfather's name was Peter Dosher. His grandmother's name was Allie Dosher. He then goes on telling of his days in Tex. He went back to home to LacLeod, County, MO. In the spring of 1850 he married to Miss V. M. Eddings. Then in the fall of 1851 they moved to TX. The rest he talks about his life as a scout. On the last page of his diary he wrote a little story that his grandfather had told him when they were in Indiana. I have sat and listened to my grandfather talk and tell about being forted up in the block house in Kentucky. In 12 mi. of the old crab orchard. I heard him tell about him and 15 others being at the old crab orchard after fruit when the indians ran out to them and killed all but 3. Grandpa Spears was killed and the indians cut him up in little pieces, but he killed several before they got him. Grandpa Dosher had just rode up, got down and hitched his horses when he heard the indians give the yell. He wheeled and ran into the bottom, taking down a trail, he jumped out in a bunch of green briars and sat down. He had been ther only a moment when two indians come right at him and stopped and talked a few moments and went back towards the orchard. Grandpa sat ther til everything was quiet; then he crawled out, crossed the river, and crawled into the bluff and laid ther until sundown. While lying ther, the other 2 who made their escape came to the other side of the river. There was a big fat man and a boy. The man said to the boy, we can both ride your horse and the boy got down to let him in the saddle. He got up and rode off and left the boy standing; then grandpa let himself be known to the boy and they went to Ft. Geather. One day when they were killing hogs at the blockhouse at the fort, the indian ran onto them on the branch where they were cleaning them. When they saw the indians, they all ran for the fort. Grandpa was running and cought him by the hunting shirt and he said. "Dam it, John, turn me loose." He thought it was John Barber. He looked and saw it was an indian, then he threw his arms back and let him take his shirt and he ran on to the post. Some of the women were in the creek above and there was a patch of cornfield, pumpkin and vines. The men hollared to them in dutch to run in the pumkin vines and hide. The indians did not get any of them. My grandfather's name on my fathers's side was Peter Dosher and my grandfather on my mother's side was Samuel Spears. End.
More About Peter Dosher: Burial: August 1838, Martinsville, Clark County, Illinois Jury Duty: 1809, Knox County, Tennessee Military Induction: April 1781, Shenandoah County, Virginia Military Pension: September 25, 1833, Clark County, Illinois Military Service: 1792, Knox County, Tennessee Resided: 1770, Culpepper County, Virginia Tax Roll: 1787, Shenandoah County, Virginia
More About Peter Doshier: Burial: Unknown, Martinsville Clark Co IL.
More About Peter Doshier and Alley Pritchett: Marriage: July 20, 1790, Blount or Knox Co., TN.
Children of Peter Doshier and Alley Pritchett are:
+Henry Doshier, b. January 29, 1801, Knox Co., Tennessee, d. Aft. 1860.