Male 8 Feb 1745 - circa 1820
Born, Wareham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
Died, Pike, Wyoming County, New York.
Married to Hannah7 Delano. Father of Lois9 Doty, Chloe98 Doty, Dorus9 Doty, Leonard9 Doty, Joel9 Doty, Ira9 Doty, Mercy9 Doty, Jeremiah9 Doty, Roswell9 Doty and Sarah9 Doty. Son of Samuel7 Doty and Zerviah5 Lovell. Brother of Mary8 Doty, David8 Doty, Betty8 Doty, Asa8 Doty, Sara8 Doty, Abigail8 Doty, Lucy8 Doty, Dilly8 Doty, Huldah8 Doty and Mercy8 Doty.
[Brøderbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0496, Date of Import: Mar 28, 2003]m, Mass. on Feb. 8, 1745. He married Hannah Delano at Amenia, Duchess Co., N.Y., on Nov. 14, 1765. They moved from Amenia to Fairfield, Oneida Co., N.Y., in 1797, and purchased land which was probably in the present town of Russia, Herkimer Co., N.Y. In about 1810, they moved to the town of Pike, then in Allegheny Co., now in Wyoming Co., N.Y.utenant in Colonel Humphrey's New York Regiment. His grandson, Reuben M. Doty, reports, on the authority of Ichabod Murray and Daniel Murray, that when the Revolutionary army was lying before Saratoga, a call was made for one hundred volunteers for a dangerous service, Lieutenant Reuben Doty commanded and Ichabod Murray was one of the party. They marched by a circuitous route to the rear of Burgoyne's army, where, the second morning after leaving their camp, just before daylight, they burned his stores and mills. They then made the circuit of the British Army and brought into their own camp twenty-one prisoners of whom six were officers, besides twenty-one horses and twenty cows." Reuben Doty died at Pike about 1820, being 75 years old.
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