ISAAC DOGGETT

Born:  1770 - Va.

 

1803 - 20 Jan. - Married Margaret Crump in in Greene County, Tennessee

1805 - 27 Dec. - Isaac Doggett is listed on a Missouri Territory census - he signed with an "X" indicating he could not read or write. http://files.usgwarchives.net/ar/state/history/terr/mem1.txt

1810 - Isaac Doggett - St. Louis Co., Mo. Petitioners 1810 (John Doggett was also a signer) http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/BRANSON/2007-01/1169323173 

1812 - 18 Aug. - Isaac Doggett, B. Strother & Robert Menteer evaluate the property of Wm. Patterson, deceased.  Isaac Doggett signed his name.  This is confusing as he signed another document in 1816 with an "X" - indicating there may have been two Isaac Doggetts.  It also mentions Peter Daguet in this three page document. (Ste. Genevieve Archives 3636 f.248)

1813 - 23 January - Henry Padget sells to Philip Jackson ".....a certain tract or parce of land lying & being in the county of Ste. Genevieve & bounded as follows: by Andrew Baker, Ezekiel Estes, John S????, & Wm. Patterson. (no amount of acreage or arpents is given).

1814 - 18 June - Philip Jackson & Rebecca (Baker) his wife of Big River Township, Washington County sells to James Bryan of Washington County, 300 arpents of land in Washington County.  The property is bounded on the north & west by the lands of James Bryan, on the south by Ezekiel Estes, on the east by Isaac Baker it being a tract of land granted & confirmed to Henry Padget.

1816 - 24 December -  Isaac Doggett & five others - George Doggett, Leanah Edes, John Sullens, Henry Tripp & Louis Sims, all of Missouri sold their three combined shares of Miller Doggett's 200 acres of land in Jefferson County, Tennessee to Thomas Doggett of Tennessee. Isaac signed with an "X".

Deed to Thomas Doggett for three distributed shares of 200 acres registered 6 July 1818. This indenture made this 24th day of December 1816 between George Doggett, Leanah Edes, Isaac Doggett, ?John Sullens, Henry D. Tripp & Louis Sims all of the county Washington, but John Sullens who is of the county of St. Louis & all of the territory of Missouri & Thomas Doggett of the county of Jefferson & state of Tennessee of the other part.   Witnesseth that the said George Doggett, leanah Edes, Isaac Doggett, John Sullens, Henry D. Tripp & Lewis Sims, for & in consideration of the sum of $25 to each of us in hand paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath & by these presents doth grant, bargain & sell, alien ??? & confirm unto the said Thomas Doggett his heirs & assigns forever a certain tract or parcel of land lying & being in the county of Jefferson & state of Tennessee granted by the State of North Carolina to David Copeland by patent bearing date the 20th day of September A.D. 1787 & by the said Copeland conveyed to Miller Dogget on the third day of September A.D. 1789.  Beginning at a post oak, thence east 252 poles to a stake thence south 127 poles to black oak, thence west 252 poles thence north 127 poles to the beginning, containing 200 acres it being all that part of said tract of land which by law descended to us as heirs of Miller Doggett deceased the same not having been laid off in lots so as to designate each particular share which is coming to us out of said tract of land as our several parts & lots of said tract of land above described therefore we the above named George Doggett, Leanah Edes, Isaac Doggett, John Sullens, Henry D. Tripp & Louis Sims & each of us leaving heirs of the estate of Miller Doggett deceased have & by these presents do sell convey & confirm unto the said Thomas Doggett all our rights, titles & claim of in & to every part & parcel of the above named tract of land together with all & singular the woods, water ways, mines, mineral, hereditaments & appurtenances whatsoever to the said tract of land belonging or in any wise appertaining & the reversion & reversions, remainder & remainders rents & issues thereof & all the estate right title interest property claim & demand of them the said George Doggett, Leanah Edes, Isaac Doggett, John Sullens, Henry D. Tripp & Louis Sims their heirs & assigns forever of in & to the same & every part & parcel thereof either in law or equity to have & to hold all & every one of our parts of the above undivided shares lots or parcel of land that is or may be covering to us or each of us out of the above described tract of 200 acres of land as heirs of the estate of Miller Doggett deceased with the appurtenances unto the said Thomas Doggett his heirs & assigns forever & we the said George Doggett, Leanah Edes, Isaac Doggett, John Sullens, Henry D. Tripp & Lewis Sims for ourselves & our heirs the above mentioned & described shares with the appurtenance unto the thomas Doggett will warrant & forever defend by these presents.  In witness whereof the said George Doggett, Leanah Edes, Isaac Doggett, John Sullens, Henry D. Tripp & Lewis Sims, have hereunto set their hands & seals the day & year first above written. 

1817 - 7 January - Isaac Doggett of Washington County, Missouri purchases from James Bryan of Ste. Genevieve County, Big River Township 300 arpents of land on which Isaac Doggett now lives in the county of Washington, Concord Township.  Property is bounded on the north & west by property of James Bryan from where the line crosses to descend down the branch, on the south by land of Ezekiel Estes, on the east by Isaac Baker it being a tract of land granted & confirmed to Henry Paget.  Deed witnessed by John Andrews & James Morrison.

1817 - 7 September - Isaac Doggett made out his will.

1818 - March - Lewis & Ann Williams sold to Isaac Baker for $50 all their right & title to the real estate of Isaac Doggett to which they were heirs at law - stating in the deed "our father, deceased". (A: 176 )

1818 - Isaac Doggett's will was proved 11 July 1818 Washington County, Concord T. - Wife: Margaret - Heirs: Jno., Wm., Thos. (s), Benjamin (s), Clerk: Jno. Brickey - Witnesses: Absalom Eaton, Mary Kevikendale (Adms A:6) - From: Wills & Administrations Washington County, Missouri 1814 - 1870

1818 - County Ward Book, Pg. 40 - 1818 - Isaac Dogget dec'd. - Bond taken & letters testamentary granted to John Andrews the executor of said dec'd. - July 15th, Will & probate filed Aug. 8th or 18th [it looked like it originally said the 18th & then the "one" was scratched out] - probate confirmed - Will recorded    337    Oct. term

1818 - 17 October - Rhody Doggett & husband Jesse Doggett of Washington County sell to James Bryan of Big River Township "...a certain tract or parcel of land 300 arpents confirmed to Henry Paget & at this date belonging to the heirs of Isaac Doggett butted & bounded.....as follows to wit: east by Isaac Baker, south public lands, west & north by James Bryan including an improvement of sixteen acres on which the widow Doggett now lives."  Witnessed by: Thomas Eades, John Andrews, John McKee Jesse & Rhoda Doggett signed the deed with an "X" (their mark) indicating neither could read or write.

1830 - July - Philip Jackson of Cole County, Missouri, sells to John, William & Thomas Doggett 184 acres in Perry Township, St. Francois County for $184.  It was part of the original claim of Isaac Doggett & was bounded on the north & east by Big River & the lands of James Morrison, on the south & west by public lands it being part of the original claim of Isaac Doggett dec'd.   This transaction was witnessed by: Isaac Baker & George McGahan (husband of Rachel Doggett). 

 

?Children of Isaac Doggett & first wife:?

Ann - In March 1818 Lewis & Ann Williams sold to Isaac Baker for $50 all their right & title to the real estate of Isaac Doggett to which they were heirs at law - stating in the deed "our father, deceased". (A: 176 )

Jesse - b:       d: 1824  St. Louis, Mo.  m: Rhoda Doggett daughter of George Doggett - In 1818 Rhody Doggett & husband Jesse Doggett of Washington County sell to James Bryan of Big River Township "...a certain tract or parcel of land 300 arpents..........belonging to the heirs of Isaac Doggett

 

Children of Margaret Crump & Isaac Doggett:

John - b: 1804 Tennessee -  d: 1877 - killed by George Hicks at Misplay's Saloon in Perry T. (see coroner's inquests below) -  m: 1830 Martha - (In St. FranCoMo in 1850)

Thomas - b: 1805 Tennessee - m: Margaret Hibler 20 June 1840 Gasconade Co., Mo. -   (In Osage Co., Mo. in 1850)

William - b: 1809 Missouri - d: April, 1872 - m: 1) Nancy Armon 28 June 1827 St. FranCoMo - (In St.FranCoMo in 1850) - m: 2) Nancy Cash Rowan 1868    

Benjamin -

 

 

DOGGETT PROPERTY - MISSOURI

 

Jackson - Doggett - Deed - 1830 - Philip Jackson to John, Wm. & Thomas Doggett

 

 

Missouri State Archives
Coroner's Inquest Database

Record Detail
Record Group & Series Title St. Francois County Office of the Coroner Inquests, 1850-1932
Case Number  
Name Doggett, John
Age or DOB  
Race  
Gender  
Date of Death 1877
Cause of Death Self-Defense - Blow To Head By George Hicks
Location of Death Perry Township/misplay's Saloon
Box  
Folder  
Reel C 31546
Note Folder Incorrectly Lists John Hise As Assailant

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