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Re: Mary DOAN & Elizabeth Doan both married to David Dunham/Ontario Doans
Posted by: Dolores Davidson (ID *****8163) Date: April 14, 2005 at 02:58:38
In Reply to: Mary DOAN & Elizabeth Doan both married to David Dunham/Ontario Doans by Pete Waller of 1238

Mary and Elizabeth are daughters of Hiram K DOAN and Catherine J. Ryan HIRAM K died May 13, 1891 is buried at Doan's Ridge age Age 71-11-0 Catherine is buried there, d January 10, 1909
Hiram son of JOHN DOAN wife Mary ?
John 1788 and Mary are both also in Doans Ridge Cemetery
July 1859
JOHN son of ELIJAH DOAN 1760-1830 and Margaret "PEGGY" Brealey
Elijah one of the PLUMSTEAD PA DOAN(E)
son of TITUS and Deborah WILLSON DOANE BOTH came to Canada and are buried Crowland. Pelham Quaker Meeting House Cemetery
More About Titus Doan:
Occupation: Farmer
Burial: Pelham Quaker Meeting House Cemetery

When Pelham Monthly Meeting was established in 1799, members of these families formed Black Creek Preparative Meeting. Abraham Webster, Asa and Sarah Schooley were the first overseers. John Cutler and his children, Abraham and Ann Lundy Webster and family, Obadiah and Prudence Dennis and family, Joseph and Deborah Webster Dennis, Joseph and Ann Havens with daughter Sarah, son Nathan, his wife Elizabeth Hill Havens, and their son Daniel and Prudence Pound and family, brothers Abraham and Isaac Laing, Titus and Deborah Willson Doan and son Wilson Doan were on the initial list of those at Black Creek with a right of membership among Friends. Ezekiel Dennis brought his certificate from Richland Monthly Meeting for himself and his family. Anna Morris, widow of Joel White Morris, and Joseph Marsh each brought certificates from Rahway and Plainfield Monthly Meeting for their families. Adam Burwell and his children requested to be joined among Friends etc;
DOANE Family
MY Family too

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