Samuel Daughtery, aka Dougherty Family
Compiled and Edited by Michael R. Reilly
Last Revised 01/28/2009
The Early Years In Massachusetts
To SLAHS (Mike Reilly) Wed, 9 Mar 2005 07:33:40 EST- Thank you so much in responding. The following information was received from Bob Drinkwater with: http://www.gravestonestudies.org/markers.htm.
1st I didn’t know where he was born or where he died till your communication.
My ggggrandmother was Samuel and his first wife Anna Wood’s daughter. She was Caroline born in 1810, They also had a son Samuel born in 1814 according to what I read in Lisbon records. Caroline married Wm Mason Richards from Hartford CT in 1830 in Belchertown. Caroline and Wm had one child Fannie Ann born 1835. They settled eventually in Berlin Wisconsin. Wm was a minister in the Berlin/Green Lake area. They are buried in Berlin. Fannie married Martin Luther Kimball who was a Wisconsin state senator in 1860. They had several children (one being my grandfather). Samuel’s second wife was Lucinda. I believe the information you sent me had Lucinda first and Anna second. If you would like further information please let me know. This was exciting information for me. Valarie
Sun, 13 May 2007 13:27:16 EDT
I thank you for information you sent me awhile back concerning my gggrandfather Samuel Daugherty born 1777 in Shrewsbury and died in Pewaukee Wisconsin March 2 1861. I do have a few things to add. One is his gravemarker in Wisconsin. Also an interesting article by his daughter with insight about his beliefs and how he helped a slave to freedom. I wish I could find his parents info.
Forest Hill Cemetery
Valarie Kimball Ullery
Researched by Valarie Kimball Ullery
Feb 01, 1805 — marriage intention, Samuel Daugherty of Goshen [if Goshen, MA, a small town in the Berkshire Hills, west of the Connecticut River Valley] and Anna Woods of Belchertown (Belchertown Vital Records, Book A) — earliest mention of Samuel Daugherty I’ve found, so far.
May 08, 1805 — marriage, Samuel Daugherty of Goshen and Anna Woods of Belchertown, by Justus Forward [of Belchertown] (Belchertown Vital Records, Book A).
Dec 31, 1806 — Samuel Daugherty advertised his Painting & Stone-Cutting Business, recently established in Whately, MA [on west side of Connecticut River, between Goshen and Belchertown], offered marble and slate gravestones and announced that he was seeking an apprentice (Hampshire Gazette)
Samuel Daugherty was an enterprising sort. During this early(?) phase of his career, he signed/initialed many examples of his work — I can mail you a list and a few photos, if you’re interested — most are of local slate, a few are marble; most have some sort of urn/willow design; inscribed, at bottom: S. Daugherty, Whately or S.D., Whately, followed by price
Mar 27, 1809 — Samuel Daugherty of Whately, stonecutter purchased land in Hatfield [town just south of Whately] from Henry Frazier (Hampshire County Deeds, 28:262)
Mar 31, 1809 — Samuel Daugherty of Whately, stonecutter and Jonathan Woods [father of Anna] [and Editor note, Lydia Barr, her mother] of Belchertown purchased land in Belchertown from Thaddeus and Naomi Rhodes (Hampshire County Deeds, 43:144)
Dec 10, 1810 — Samuel Daugherty of Belchertown purchased a 1/4 part of a saw mill, with privileges, and a 1/8 part of the mill yard on the west branch of the Swift River in Belchertown from Joel Billing (Hampshire County Deeds, 31:176)
Other documents at the Hampshire County Registry of Deeds indicate that Samuel Daugherty remained in Belchertown where he, along with one or more of his wife’s brothers, cut gravestones, some of which he/they signed, until the mid-1830s
Aug 23, 1825 — Samuel Dougherty (sic) of Belchertown married Lucinda Denny, widow of Joseph Denny of Leicester (Vital Records of Leicester, MA)
At the South Cemetery in Belchertown are marble gravestones for several members of his family — his first wife, Anna, who d. Jan 01, 1824 at 38; a son, William, who d. May 16, 1827 at 5y 9m; a daughter. This was helpful about Emeline, who d. Dec 26, 1828 at 17; a daughter, his children. Angeline (wife of Samuel Brown), who d. May 03, 1829 at 23; a twin son (by his second wife, Lucinda), Edward H., who d. Sep 12, 1830 at 2y 5m
Feb 17, 1836 — Samuel Daugherty and Alonzo Daugherty of Belchertown, stonecutters sold two tracts in Belchertown to David Aldrich (Hampshire County Deeds, 76:619); prior mortgage to one of tracts discharged Apr 19,1836 (49:786)
This is the last reference I’ve found to Samuel Daugherty in Belchertown. So far as I know, Alonzo was his son.
There’s an unconfirmed report of a gravestone signed. Daugherty, Pittsfield. c. 1840 — I haven’t seen it; I don’t know where it is.
A Samuel Daugherty of Hadley, MA (husband of Caroline C.) bought and sold real estate in Hadley c. 1850 (Hampshire County Deeds, [Editor note: This was Samuel’s son] 128:379, 128:403, 134:34, 134:261, 138:38). I’ve been assuming that this was a different Samuel Daugherty.
According to Doolittle (Historical Sketch of the Belchertown Congregational Church, 1852) Samuel Daugherty the stonecutter, who married Anna Woods and lived in Belchertown c. 1810-1836, moved to Illinois.
Samuel Daugherty and the Underground Railroad
Transcribed and Edited by Michael R. Reilly
In the Waukesha Freeman newspaper dated, October 28, 1915 – a story “The Pewaukee of Days Gone By”, written by Alex Caldwell appeared. An excerpt reads, “This fugitive slave law compelled the officers of the free states to arrest and hold every negro found therein without a pass. A route was mapped out across the Northern states for those runaway slaves to follow. This route was called the “underground railroad”. Two stations on this railroad were established in this neighborhood, one by Deacon Clinton in the southern part of the town of Pewaukee, and one by Samuel Daugherty on the farm now owned by Ike Billings. The purpose of these stations was to secrete and aid the fugitive and furnish him transportation with horse and wagon to the next station. I remember one instance when a fugitive slave was secreted at Samuel Daugherty’s, waiting for an opportunity to push further north. Before the fugitive left, Mr. Daugherty saw a carriage coming across the flat, and suspected it was officers in search of the negro, and sure enough it was. The negro was hustled out of the house and hid in the cornfield. The officers came in and searched the house, but went away without their man. After dark that night, Mr. Daugherty took his horse and buggy and carried his man to some other station.”
A later Waukesha Freeman newspaper article dated, December 13, 1933, “Historical Society to Honor Lyman Goodnow”, another excerpt further explains the above story. “In the summer of 1842, Caroline Quarrells, a young octoroon slave who had escaped from St. Louis, reached Milwaukee, where slave hunters soon appeared, offering a large reward for her apprehension. Sheltered at the home of Samuel Brown, he soon took her for safety to the farm of Deacon Samuel Daugherty, north of Pewaukee. After this refuge was deemed unsafe, she was taken to Deacon Edmund Clinton at Prairieville [Waukesha], and then to to the house of Deacon Allen Clinton two miles northwest.”…
Descendants of Samuel Daugherty
Compiled by Michael R. Reilly
Sussex Lisbon Families Family Tree Maker Database
Generation No. 1
1. SAMUEL1 DAUGHERTY was born 1778 in Massachusetts (Source: 1860 Federal Census, Town of Lisbon, age 81.), and died 02 Mar 1861 in Pewaukee (Town of Lisbon), Waukesha, Wisconsin. He married (1) ANNA WOODS 08 May 1805 in Belchertown, Hampshire, Massachusetts (Source: Belchertown Vital Records, Book A, “Samuel Daugherty of Goshen, MA”, which is near Belchertown, and familysearch.org; Valarie Kimball Ullery.), daughter of JONATHAN WOODS and LYDIA BARR. She was born 05 Nov 1785 in Belchertown, Hampshire, Massachusetts (Source: familysearch.org Individual IGI Record.), and died 01 Jan 1824 in Massachusetts (Source: Congregational Church record – Valarie Kimball Ullery.). He married (2) LUCINDA HENSHAW 23 Aug 1825, daughter of WILLIAM HENSHAW and PHEBE SWAN. She was born 23 Sep 1786 in Massachusetts (Source: 1860 Federal Census, Town of Lisbon, age 73.), and died 19 Feb 1870.
Notes for SAMUEL DAUGHERTY:
In the spring and summer of 1837, James Weaver, who now lives at Sussex; George Elliott, Edward Smith, Nathan Peso and Samuel Dougherty came with their families and settled here, making for themselves permanent homes.
According to the town records, the first election was held April 5, 1842, at the stone schoolhouse on Section 35, when Samuel Dougherty was chosen Moderator, and David Bonham, and Lucius Botsford, Side Supervisors. David Bonham was also elected Clerk; James Weaver, Treasurer; R. Blount, Assessor; George Comstock, Collector; D. Bonham, Ed Smith and School Commissioners; E. W. Fowler and Thomas Redford, Constables; John Weaver, Sealer of Weights and Measures; A. A. Redford, Samuel Dougherty, D. Bonham and William Weaver, Overseers of Highways; A. A. Redford, William B. Caldwell and William Weaver, Fence Viewers. The whole number of votes did not exceed twenty.
The same summer (of 1837), old Mr. Doughtery [Daughtery] and old Mr. Peero came and made their claims about three miles west of us, and Mr. Doughtery built a log house and moved his family into it in a short time…
1840 Wisconsin Federal Census lists Samuel Daugherty in Town of Lisbon, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin Territory.
That summer of 1841 the stone school-house was built in School District No. 1, the first school-house that was built in Lisbon. It was a small structure when first built, but in later years it was remodeled and made more commodious. Mr. Phineas Bissel was the first teacher in the new school-house, and was succeeded by Miss Minerva Bissel. Previous to this there had been several terms of school taught by Miss Anna Daugherty in the same small cabin, in which the first school was taught by your correspondent, the cabin having been fitted up for a school room, after we moved into a more commodious one in close proximity to it which was about the same thing or nearly so, as having it in our house. But we put up with it as good grace as we possibly could, for the sake of having a school for our own and our neighbor’s children.
James Clark maintained extensive exchange relationships with several individuals through the years, including the silversmith, Daniel Haines, for whom he made and repaired clock cases; the Brookfield and Worcester Iron Foundry, for whom he carved stove patterns; and, interestingly, with a stone carver from Belchertown named Samuel Daugherty, from whom he regularly received in trade pairs of gravestones, which he provided to deceased families to accompany the coffins he so often was called to fashion. James Abbott and others carted wood to the Clark shop, drawing the raw materials especially from the towns of Dana, Templeton, and Spencer—even from the mill of Parley Williams of Hubbardston, then extensively engaged in trade with his neighbor Emerson Bixby, whose house and story are now incorporated into the living history interpretation at Old Sturbridge Village.
More About SAMUEL DAUGHERTY:
Occupation: 31 Dec 1806, Samuel Daugherty advertised his Painting & Stone-Cutting Business, recently established in Whately, MA [on west side of Connecticut River, between Goshen and Belchertown], offered marble and slate gravestones and announced that he was seeking an apprentice
Residence 1: 1860, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin
Residence 2: Bef. 1805, Goshen, MA, a small town in the Berkshire Hills, west of the Connecticut River Valley
Residence 3: 1810, Amherst, Hampshire, Massachusetts
More About SAMUEL DAUGHERTY and ANNA WOODS:
Marriage: 08 May 1805, Belchertown, Hampshire, Massachusetts (Source: Belchertown Vital Records, Book A, “Samuel Daugherty of Goshen, MA”, which is near Belchertown, and familysearch.org; Valarie Kimball Ullery.)
Minister: Justus Forward [of Belchertown] Notes for LUCINDA HENSHAW:
Mr. Lucius Bottsford and Miss Lucinda Denny was the first couple that was married in Lisbon [the wedding that T. S. Redford refers to?]. The ceremony was performed by Elder Griffin at the residence of Mr. Jonathan Dougherty, Sr. (Samuel Daugherty ?), on the 3rd of June, 1839, after preaching the first sermon that was preached in the town of Lisbon.
Editor’s note: Mr. Lucius Bottsford and Miss Lucinda Denny [Miss Denny was the daughter of Joseph Addison Denny and Phebe Henshaw, born April 3, 1806. She was also a step-daughter Lucinda Henshaw Denny Daugherty] were the first couple that were married in Lisbon [the wedding that T. S. Redford refers to?]. The ceremony was performed by Elder Griffin [Griffing] at the residence of Mr. Jonathan Dougherty, Sr., on the 3rd of June, 1839, after preaching the first sermon that was preached in the town of Lisbon.
There was a Jonathan Daugherty baptized in the area in 1841 though. So who was Johanthan Sr.?
154. “History of the Henshaw Family”, a handwritten manuscript identified as a copy of a letter written August 16, 1829 by Daniel Henshaw of Boston (probably #4588 http://www.rawbw.com/~hinshaw/cgi-bin/id?4588 to Joshua Henshaw Hayward of Boston (probably a son or grandson of Sarah Henshaw Hayward http://www.rawbw.com/~hinshaw/cgi-bin/id?1726 ); part of the manuscript collection titled “Henshaw family Papers, 1757-1892” archived at the American Antiquarian Society, Manuscripts Department, 185 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA 01609-1634.
173. Henshaw genealogical chart, author unknown; Contributed by Donald Craig Henshaw http://www.rawbw.com/~hinshaw/cgi-bin/id?5270 .
(a) Contribution from Lizbet119 (Lizbet119@aol.com ) citing:
Henshaw family bible archived at the Massachusetts Historical Society.
(b) Contribution from Tom Henshaw http://www.rawbw.com/~hinshaw/cgi-bin/id?4758 .
(c) Lineage Books of the Charter Members of the National Society of the
Daughters of the American Revolution ( www.ancestry.com ).
(d) Contribution from Kristen Wagner-Henshaw http://www.rawbw.com/~hinshaw/cgi-bin/id?5974 .
(e) Halbert’s “The New World Book of Henshaws” (for what it’s worth).
(f) “Denny Genealogy in England and America”, Denny, C.C. Leicester, Massachusettes, 1866.
More About SAMUEL DAUGHERTY and LUCINDA HENSHAW:
Marriage: 23 Aug 1825
Children of SAMUEL DAUGHERTY and ANNA WOODS are:
i. ALONZO2 DAUGHERTY, b. Bet. 1805 – 1809, Massachusetts (Source: 1840 Federal Census, Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts lists Alonzo’s age as between 30-40 yrs old.).
2. ii. CAROLINE DAUGHERTY, b. 1810, Belchertown, Hampshire, Massachusetts.
iii. ALANSON DAUGHERTY, b. Bet. 1811 – 1920, Massachusetts (Source: 1840 Federal Census, Hadley, Hampshire, Massachusetts lists Alanson’s age as between 20-30 yrs old.).
3. iv. SAMUEL DAUGHERTY, b. 25 Mar 1814, Belchertown, Hampshire, Massachusetts; d. 14 Mar 1893, Son Edward’s Home, Town of Lisbon.
v. ANNA DAUGHERTY, b. 1819, Massachusetts (Source: 1860 Federal Census, Town of Lisbon, age 40.).
More About ANNA DAUGHERTY:
Residence: 1860, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin; living with parents.
vi. WILLIAM DAUGHERTY, b. Abt. Sep 1821, Massachusetts; d. 16 May 1827.
vii. EMELINE DAUGHERTY, b. Abt. 1811, Massachusetts; d. 26 Dec 1828.
viii. ANGELINE DAUGHERTY, b. Abt. 1806, Massachusetts; d. 03 May 1829; m. SAMUEL BROWN.
Children of SAMUEL DAUGHERTY and LUCINDA HENSHAW are:
4. ix. WILLIAM2 DAUGHERTY, b. Bet. 1826 – 1827, Massachusetts.
5. x. ALMIREA (ALMIRA) HENSHAW DAUGHERTY, b. Massachusetts.
xi. EDWARD DAUGHERTY, b. Abt. Apr 1828, Massachusetts; d. 12 Sep 1830.
xii. JONATHAN DAUGHERTY.
Notes for JONATHAN DAUGHERTY:
The Waukesha Freeman, dated December 25, 1924, printed an article titled, “Local Society Recipient of Many Gifts”, donations provided by, Ethelyn Smith, a descendant of Elder Richard Griffing (alias Griffin). One of the items included those the Elder baptized in Prairieville (Waukesha) during the year 1841. These included:
This is the only record so far of a Jonathan Daugherty, other than that contained in “Memories of Early Days” by Melinda Ann Warren Weaver, Darlington Wis., December 21, 1875
” Mr. Lucius Bottsford and Miss Lucinda Denny was the first couple that was married in Lisbon [the wedding that T. S. Redford refers to?]. The ceremony was performed by Elder Griffin at the residence of Mr. Jonathan Dougherty, Sr., on the 3rd of June, 1839, after preaching the first sermon that was preached in the town of Lisbon. Thus it was that Elder Griffin (Baptist) preached the first sermon in our new settlement, instead of Mr. Frink. In the month of August following, there was another sermon preached in the same house by the Rev. Mr. Audway, Congregationalist.”
We pretty much recognize that Lucius Bottsford (Botsford) was not the one who married Lucinda Denny, but who is Jonathan Daughert, Sr. ? And who would have been the father of Jonathan who was baptized in 1841. Anna and Almira are daughters of Samuel and Lucinda. Was there another son of Samuel, Jonathan Sr., that we’re not aware of, or?
Generation No. 2
2. CAROLINE2 DAUGHERTY (SAMUEL1) (Source: 1810 Federal Census, The Amherst, Hampshire, Massachusetts 1819 Census lists Samuel as a male under age 26, with a son under the age of 10, a wife under the age of 26, and two daughters under the age of 10 years.) was born 1810 in Belchertown, Hampshire, Massachusetts. She married WILLIAM MASON RICHARDS 1830 in Belchertown, Hampshire, Massachusetts (Source: Valarie Kimball Ullery.).
Notes for WILLIAM MASON RICHARDS:
When he married Caroline he was listed as being from Hartford, CT.
More About WILLIAM RICHARDS and CAROLINE DAUGHERTY:
Marriage: 1830, Belchertown, Hampshire, Massachusetts (Source: Valarie Kimball Ullery.)
Child of CAROLINE DAUGHERTY and WILLIAM RICHARDS is:
6. i. FANNIE ANN3 RICHARDS, b. 1835, Massachusetts.
3. SAMUEL2 DAUGHERTY (SAMUEL1) (Source: 1880 History of Waukesha County – Historical Sketches, page 978.) was born 25 Mar 1814 in Belchertown, Hampshire, Massachusetts, and died 14 Mar 1893 in Son Edward’s Home, Town of Lisbon (Source: Waukesha Freeman, Obit, orig published in the Oconomowoc Free Press says he was 77 years old. May 23, 1893,.). He married CAROLINE “CARRIE” C. VANNEVAR (Source: 1880 Federal Census, Census says that Carrie was alive at this time, age 63 (?).) 09 Sep 1840 in Boston, Massachusetts. She was born 09 Sep 1817 in Boston, Massachusetts, and died 16 Jun 1878 in Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin.
Notes for SAMUEL DAUGHERTY:
Oconomowoc Free Press (reprint in Waukesha Freeman, March 23, 1893): Samuel Daugherty, one of the pioneers of Wisconsin, died March 4th, at the home of his son, Edward, in Lisbon, aged 77 years. He was born at Belchertown, Hampshire county, Mass., and came to this state in 1836 with his father, who took up a homestead. He started the first bakery in Milwaukee, and afterwards returned to Massachusetts, where he married Miss Caroline C. Vannevar, and after a residence of ten years at Hadley (Massachusetts), returned west with his wife and settled at Lisbon. Mrs. Daugherty died June 16th, 1878; but five children survive him. Edward and Caroline, who were with him at the time of his death, Alexander, Ella, and Mrs. Cora Pierce of Boston. Mr. Daugherty was a man of sterling worth and greatly respected by his many friends and acquaintances.
More About SAMUEL DAUGHERTY:
Emigration 1: 1837, Moved to Milwaukee (Source: Waukesha Freeman, According to his obit, May 23, 1893, he and father’s family came to Wisconsin in 1836.)
Emigration 2: Bet. 1837 – 1838, Moved to Town of Lisbon a few months then returned to native state
Occupation 1: Abt. 1837, Opened first bakery in Milwaukee
Occupation 2: Bet. 1820 – 1865, In early life he learned the painter’s trade which he followed for a number of years in Massachusetts, then in Wisconsin.
Occupation 3: Abt. 1850, Bought and sold real estate in Hadley c. 1850 (Source: Hampshire County Deeds, Hampshire County Deeds, 128:379, 128:403, 134:34, 134:261, 138:38.)
Residence 1: Bet. 1840 – 1851, Lived in Hadley, Mass.
Residence 2: 1851, Came to Town of Lisbon
Residence 3: 1860, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin
Residence 4: Abt. 1880, Lives on a farm in Section 29 , Town of Lisbon.
More About SAMUEL DAUGHERTY and CAROLINE VANNEVAR:
Marriage: 09 Sep 1840, Boston, Massachusetts
Children of SAMUEL DAUGHERTY and CAROLINE VANNEVAR are:
7. i. EDWARD H.3 DAUGHERTY, b. Aug 1843, Massachusetts.
ii. ALEXANDER R. DAUGHERTY, b. Abt. 1844, Massachusetts (Source: 1860 Federal Census, Town of Lisbon, age 14.).
More About ALEXANDER R. DAUGHERTY:
Residence 1: Abt. 1880, Lives in Boston, Massachusetts
Residence 2: May 1893, Boston, Mass.
iii. CAROLINE “CARRIE” E. DAUGHERTY, b. Abt. 1846, Massachusetts (Source: 1860 Federal Census, Town of Lisbon, age 13.).
More About CAROLINE “CARRIE” E. DAUGHERTY:
Residence: Abt. 1880, Live with their father
iv. ELLA MARIE DAUGHERTY, b. Abt. 1848, Massachusetts (Source: 1860 Federal Census, Town of Lisbon, age 11.).
More About ELLA MARIE DAUGHERTY:
Residence 1: Abt. 1880, Live with their father
Residence 2: May 1893, Boston, Mass.
v. CORRINA (CORRINE) “CORA” A. DAUGHERTY, b. Abt. 1853, Wisconsin (Source: 1860 Federal Census, Town of Lisbon, age 6.); m. ARTHUR J. PIERCE, Bef. 1880 (Source: 1880 Federal Census, Listed as Cora A. Pierce.); b. Abt. 1856, Massachusetts.
More About CORRINA (CORRINE) “CORA” A. DAUGHERTY:
Residence 1: Abt. 1880, Lived with husband and parents in Town of Lisbon
Residence 2: May 1893, Boston, Mass.
More About ARTHUR J. PIERCE:
Occupation: 1880, Clerk in store
Residence: Bef. 1880, Lived in Boston, Massachusetts
More About ARTHUR PIERCE and CORRINA DAUGHERTY:
Marriage: Bef. 1880 (Source: 1880 Federal Census, Listed as Cora A. Pierce.)
vi. CYRUS T. DAUGHERTY, b. Abt. 1858, Massachusetts.
Notes for CYRUS T. DAUGHERTY:
Feb 28, 1895 Cyrus Daugherty of Massachusetts is the guest of Edward Daugherty and family.
In 1900 Census, there is a Cyrus T. Daugherty living in Chicago Ward 24, Cook, Illinois as a “Roomer” born in Massachusetts.
4. WILLIAM2 DAUGHERTY (SAMUEL1) was born Bet. 1826 – 1827 in Massachusetts (Source: 1860 Federal Census, Town of Lisbon, age 32.). He married ELIZABETH W. ?. She was born 1824 in Massachusetts (Source: 1860 Federal Census, Town of Lisbon, age 35.).
More About WILLIAM DAUGHERTY:
Residence: 1860, Town of Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin
Child of WILLIAM DAUGHERTY and ELIZABETH ? is:
i. PRESTON3 DAUGHERTY, b. 1857, Wisconsin (Source: 1860 Federal Census, Town of Lisbon, age 2.).
5. ALMIREA (ALMIRA) HENSHAW2 DAUGHERTY (SAMUEL1) was born in Massachusetts. She married JAMES W. WOODRUFF.
Child of ALMIREA DAUGHERTY and JAMES WOODRUFF is:
i. FLORENCE A.3 WOODRUFF.
Generation No. 3
6. FANNIE ANN3 RICHARDS (CAROLINE2 DAUGHERTY, SAMUEL1) (Source: Valarie Kimball Ullery.) was born 1835 in Massachusetts. She married MARTIN LUTHER KIMBALL Abt. 1863 in Berlin, Green Lake Co., Wisconsin. He was born Abt. 1827 in New York.
More About MARTIN LUTHER KIMBALL:
Occupation: 1880, Lawyer
Political: 1860, Wisconsin state senator (Source: Valarie Kimball Ullery.)
Residence: 05 Jun 1880, Husdson Street North, 1st Ward, City of Berlin, Geen Lake, Wisconsin
More About MARTIN KIMBALL and FANNIE RICHARDS:
Marriage: Abt. 1863, Berlin, Green Lake Co., Wisconsin
Children of FANNIE RICHARDS and MARTIN KIMBALL are:
i. ELLEN R.4 KIMBALL, b. Abt. 1864, Berlin, Green Lake, Wisconsin.
ii. CAROLINE L. KIMBALL, b. Abt. 1868, Berlin, Green Lake, Wisconsin.
Notes for CAROLINE L. KIMBALL:
1870 Federal Census has her listed as “Currie”
iii. KATE W. KIMBALL, b. Abt. 1870, Berlin, Green Lake, Wisconsin.
iv. CHARLOTTE KIMBALL, b. Abt. 1872, Berlin, Green Lake, Wisconsin.
v. BESSIE KIMBALL, b. Abt. 1874, Berlin, Green Lake, Wisconsin.
vi. WILLIAM R. KIMBALL, b. 13 Oct 1877, Berlin, Green Lake, Wisconsin (Source: Green Lake County, Reel 0079, Record 001838 (Amazon.com).).
7. EDWARD H.3 DAUGHERTY (SAMUEL2, SAMUEL1) was born Aug 1843 in Massachusetts (Source: 1860 Federal Census, Town of Lisbon, age 17. 1900 Census gives birth month/yr.). He married MARTHA HASKINS, daughter of WILLIAM HASKINS and SARAH ?. She was born Oct 1842 in England (Source: 1860 Federal Census, Pewaukee, Waukesha, Wisconsin, age 18. 1900 Census gives month/yr.), and died Bef. 1927 (Source: Edwin Haskins Obit, Waukesha Freeman, April 21, 1927, Only surviving sibling listed in obit was brother John.).
Notes for EDWARD H. DAUGHERTY:
Feb 28, 1895 Cyrus Daugherty of Massachusetts is the guest of Edward Daugherty and family.
1900 Federal Census had Edward’s family living next to Emerson W. Hill’s family, who marries Myrtle the dau. of Edwin (Martha’s brother) and Etta Haskins of Pewaukee.
July 7, 1904 – E. H. Daugherty of Milwaukee mentioned, has moved sometime prior to 1904, from Pewaukee/Lisbon.
August 16, 1906 – Relation to John Haskins of Missouri and George Hodgson of Pewaukee. Edward’s wife, Martha, sister to Edwin Haskins? Yes.
September 6, – 1906 Mrs. Edwin Haskins and dau. Miss Myrtle entertained her four nieces, the Misses Mae and Blanche Daugherty (of Milwaukee, former residents of Pewaukee), Florence Creft and Stella Hudell of Missouri.
More About EDWARD H. DAUGHERTY:
Military service: Civil War, 28th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry
Occupation 1: 1900, Janitor
Occupation 2: 1870, Painter
Residence: 1900, Third Street, Ward 13, District 110, Milwaukee (Ancestry.com translates as “Dougherty” and Massachusetts as “Maryland”)
More About MARTHA HASKINS:
Children of EDWARD DAUGHERTY and MARTHA HASKINS are:
i. JAMES E.4 DAUGHERTY, b. Abt. Jan 1870, Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin (Source: 1870 Federal Census, Age 7 mos. Census is dated July 24, 1870.); d. Aft. 1880.
Notes for JAMES E. DAUGHERTY:
There is a James Daugherty listed as giving a piano/violin recital in Pewaukee, but it would seem to indicate a child. Source: Waukesha Freeman, June 6, 1935
ii. MAY (MAE) E. DAUGHERTY, b. Jul 1872, Pewaukee, Waukesha, Wisconsin (Source: 1900 Federal Census.); d. Abt. 12 Nov 1914, Hanover Hospital, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Source: Waukesha Freeman, Nov. 19, 1914, May Daugherty died the previous Thursday following an operation at Hanover Hospital, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.).
More About MAY (MAE) E. DAUGHERTY:
Burial: Forest Hill cemetery, Pewaukee, Waukesha, Wisconsin
Funeral: Abt. 15 Nov 1914, Congregational Church, Pewaukee, Wisconsin; Rev. J. K. Kilbourn of Hartland officiating.
iii. EDITH M. DAUGHERTY (Source: 1880 Federal Census.), b. Abt. 1873, Lisbon, Waukesha, Wisconsin.
iv. IDA B. DAUGHERTY, b. Aug 1874, Pewaukee, Waukesha, Wisconsin (Source: 1900 Federal Census.).
v. BLANCHE DAUGHERTY, b. Unknown.
Notes for BLANCHE DAUGHERTY:
Is Blanche actually Ida B. Haskins ?
Editor’s Note: I received the following email about the Daugherty Family on Sunday, January 11, 2009 9:39 PM
Daugherty families of Hadley and Hatfield, MA
Hi, I happened to stumble across your page on Samuel Daugherty while researching my own Daugherty ancestors.
I’m fairly sure the Alanson Daugherty who appears in the Hadley censuses
of 1840, 1850, 1860, and 1880 is not the son of Samuel; Alanson’s
birthplace is given as Maine in the 1850 and 1880 censuses.
I believe he is, in fact, the brother of my ggg-grandfather,
William Daugherty; William appears in censuses of the neighboring
town of Hatfield in 1860, ’70, and ’80, and his birthplace is also
listed as Maine in the 1870 and 1880 censuses.
I’m also pretty sure that they are the sons of Dr. William Dougherty/
Daugherty, originally of Framingham, MA, and Nancy Maxcy of Union, ME;
the family is listed in the Family Registry section of _A History of the
Town of Union, Maine_ — see:
That’s because: the birth years of Alanson and William given in the
Hatfield & Hadley censuses agree with those in the Union Maine history;
they were both born in Maine; “Alanson Daugherty” (or Dougherty Dohirty
Doherty etc) seems to be a unique name anywhere, while “William
Dougherty” (etc) seems to have been almost unique in Maine at the time
(there are three: either Dr William D, or his son, or a William
Dougherty Stewart, b. 1807, probably delivered by and named for
Dr. William D.) Alanson and William are both listed as “mechanics” or
“painters” in the Hatfield/Hadley censuses, and, of course, they both
remained living quite close to each other from c. 1860 on.
I also suspect that they’re related to your Daughertys; while in Union,
ME, they may or may not have been called Dougherty, in Hampshire Co, MA,
they’re called Daugherty, and my g-grandmother was Mabel Bennett
Daugherty. Did they move to MA and take over or buy out the painting
business, and shift to spelling the name Daugherty to emphasize the
relationship and keep customers? You mention a Cyrus Daugherty visiting
Edward Daugherty in 1895; William Jr. had a son Cyrus b. 1857 or 1858,
listed in the 1870 census.
I haven’t been able to trace Dr William Daugherty before the Union, ME
history; I’d be happy to keep you informed if I find anything else.
Patricia J. Hawkins