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Re: Mary DOAN & Elizabeth Doan both married to David Dunham/Ontario Doans
Posted by: Dolores Davidson (ID *****8163) Date: February 25, 2006 at 17:20:03
In Reply to: Re: Mary DOAN & Elizabeth Doan both married to David Dunham/Ontario Doans by Ruby Rempe of 1237

Tamar DOAN PHIPPS born ca 1800 in Ontario Canada,
dau of Thomas DOAN and Mary MILLARD
Thomas DOAN 1773 was in the War of 1812 and taken prisoner at Chippawa July 5th 1814 for 22 days
Millard History tells of this family
Tamar and Phipps had 7 known Children
Decatur Iowa
Tamers father is Thomas 1773 son of TITUS DOAN 1727 according to the Doan books Titus died in Crowland Welland Ontario Canada March 7 1803\

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.(17)

Other members of these same families evidently shared in the life of the Quaker community, for example, as witnesses at family weddings, but never held membership in Pelham Monthly Meeting.(18)

The Doan, Harret, Havens, Moore, Schooley, Webster, Willson families and some of the Dennis family were from Hardwick Monthly Meeting in Sussex County and Kingwood Monthly Meeting in Hunterdon County. The Laings came from Shrewsbury Monthly Meeting in Monmouth County, and the Marsh and Morris families from Rahway and Plainfield Monthly Meeting in Morris County. Ezekiel Dennis and his family from Richland Monthly Meeting and John Cutler and his children from Buckingham Monthly Meeting were the only settlers from Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Cutler, a widower, brought his nine children in 1789 from Buckingham Township where he was taxed for 117 acres. Adam Burwell may not have been a Friend before coming to Upper Canada in 1788, as he said he had served under the British standard as a Loyalist and married the daughter of another Loyalist Nathaniel Veal. Daniel Pound, who served in the Engineers Department with the British Army on Staten island during the war, and was originally from Mendham Monthly Meeting in New Jersey.(19)

His sons known as the Seven Brothers of Crowland


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