The Doig Family Society

 

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Yield Not to Adversity

Gaelic: Na gèill do chruaidh-chas

 

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Descendants of

David Doig and Ann Campbell

of Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland and Lambayeque, Peru

 

Family History by Ken Doig and Bobby Walter.

 

Linked family file PERU with spouse ancestry HERE.

 

Power Point Presentation by Federico Kauffman-Doig - Click HERE.

Recorded: 27 July 2006; Run time: 15 minutes, 10 seconds. (English)

 

Archaeology of Federico Kauffman-Doig - Click HERE.

Run time: 9 minutes, 56 seconds. (Spanish)

 

Federico Kauffman-Doig was honored in Maybole in 2009. See great photos HERE.

 

Maybole Castle - 1838

 

 

1. David1 Doig, born 1678/80 Of Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland; died 1784 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland (longest lived male Doig at 104). He married Ann Campbell, born abt 1714 in Scotland.

Notes for David Doig

He may be the David christened 18 Aug 1678 in Canongate, Edinburgh, son of Andrew Doig and Margaret Watson. His daughter Christian was born in Edinburgh. See file DAVE1681 at http://www.doig.net/DAVE1681.htm.

In 1740 David was the schoolmaster in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland. In 1747 £40 was paid for two years' salary to David Doig, Schoolmaster. He was again appointed schoolmaster on 10 June 1749. In 1756 he was Master of the Grammar School. On 11 Oct 1756 he was admitted as a Councillor in Maybole.

David Doig was schoolmaster to Robert Burns and his brother Gilbert, when they lived in Maybole. [Note: Robert Burns visited Stirling on 27 August 1787 when he had dinner at the Golden Lion Hotel with Lieutenant Forrester of the Castle garrison, Dr. David Doig of the Grammar School and Christopher Bell, a singing teacher. He later described Dr. David Doig as 'a queerish figure, and something of a pedant.' Was there a relation between the two David Doigs? See file ROBX1713 at http://www.doig.net/ROBX1713.html.]

'Died lately at Maybole, upwards of a hundred years of age, Mr. David Doig, late master of the Grammar school of that place.' (Notice in 'The Edinburgh Advertiser,' 24 Sept 1784). David died at age 104, which places his birth about 1679.

Caledonian Mercury - Friday 24 September 1784: Extract of a letter from Maybole, Sept. 11. 'This day, died here, upwards or a hundred years of age, Mr David Doig, late master of the Grammar School of this place. His great learning, and excellent method of teaching, made him, for many years, a blessing to society. His uniform integrity, and simplicity of manners, gained him the esteem of all his acquaintances. He was a warm friend, a cheerful companion, an affectionate father and husband. His habitual temperance was rewarded with uninterrupted health. and the use of his mental powers, almost to the last. His death was occasioned by a fall in his garden.'

 

'The Rev. Wright describes Maybole as situated on a ridge of high ground with a fine south exposure and amply supplied with excellent water from many springs and wells. He ascribes the excellent health of the eighteenth century townsfolk to the situation and good water supplies and mentions that Mr. David Doig, schoolmaster in the town and a woman also within the burgh both died in the 1780s aged 104 and 105 years respectively. He also records that in 1790 there were ten persons living within the town whose combined ages exceeded 900 years, so Maybole must have been a very healthy place and noted for the longevity of its townsfolk in those days. The population of the Parish had increased to about 3,000 by 1792 from the total of 2,058 recorded by Dr. Webster in 1755, quite a large increase in forty years.' Maybole, Carrick's Capital Facts, Fiction & Folks by James T. Gray, Alloway Publishing, Ayr. First published 1972. Chapter 5. See also Chapter 8 for salary.

Children of David Doig and Ann Campbell were as follows:

+ 2 i Christian2 Doig, born 14 May 1736 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland; died 7 Mar 1799 in Manse, Ardrossan, Ayr, Scotland. She married Rev. John Duncan, born 1747/48 Of Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 31 Jan 1819 in Irvine, Ayr, Scotland.

+ 3 ii David2 Doig, born 15 Feb 1740 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; christened 17 Feb 1740 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 11 Jan 1819 Of Newton-upon-Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. He married (1) unknown; (2) Jean (Jane) Hutchison.

Generation 2

2 i Christian2 Doig, born 14 May 1736 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland; died 7 Mar 1799 in Manse, Ardrossan, Ayr, Scotland. She married Rev. John Duncan, born 1747/48 Of Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 31 Jan 1819 in Irvine, Ayr, Scotland.

Notes for Christian Doig

The birth record reads: "To Mr. David Doig, Schoolmaster, and Ann Campbell, ADN [a daughter named]: Christian, W [witnesses]: James Gibb schollmr., and Andrew Martin, bookseller, born this day."

     Confirming Christian's marriage to John Ferguson, she was witness to the Petition of Miss Peggy Fergusson in 1779 and testified: Christian Doig, spouse to John Duncan schoolmaster in Maybole, aged 30 years and upwards, depones, that she was present when Mr. Doig her father received a letter forbidding the proclamation between the pursuer and defender. That Mr. D. Doig said, Perhaps the subscription, Margaret [Peggy] Ferguson, might not be the defender's subscription, etc.

 

Notes for Rev. John Duncan

John was a school master in Maybole, Ayr and Kilmarnock, Ayr. He became a minister at Ardrossan, Ayr in 1788. After Christian's death John remarried twice.

     JOHN DUNCAN, probably son of John 178g D., weaver, Kilmarnock; educated at Univ. of Glasgow; became rector of the Grammar School of Kilmarnock; licen. by Presb. of Irvine llth April 1787; pres. by Archibald, Earl of Eglinton, 28th Dec. 1787; when sent to preach by the Presb. he was stopped by a mob and turned back 4th May 1788. The case subsequently was referred to the Assembly and settlement was appointed by the Commission, and he was ord. at Irvine 28th Aug. 1789. He died 31st Jan. 1819, aged 70. He marr. (1) Christian Dow [Doig], who died 26th Feb. 1799: (2) 23rd Dec. 1799, Helen Hart, who died 28th May 1805, and had issue Catherine, born 15th Feb. 1801; Jane, born 2nd Feb. 1805: (3) 15th Nov. 1808, Margaret Logan, Irvine. [M Kay s Hist, of Kilmarnock, 159 ; Scots Mag., li.; Report on Church Patronage.]

     History of the county of Ayr, Volume 1, By James Paterson, 1847, p. 224-226:

Parish of Ardrossan - Ecclesiastical History -

Ardrossan, like many other parishes, was thrown into considerable excitement by the operation of the law of patronage, towards the close of last century. The following memorandum of occurrences during the vacancy subsequent to the death of the Rev. Mr Dow, July 20, 1787, is recorded in the session book:-" After several fruitless applications to the Earl of Eglinton in favour of Mr James Stevens, who had been some few months assistant to Mr Dow, it was reported to the parish for certain that a presentation had been given to one Mr John Duncan, schoolmaster at Kilmarnock, and a preacher. Against him some remonstrances were given in to the Presbytery in March [1788]. The Presbytery appointed the Rev. Mr Duncan to preach at Ardrossan, May 4. When this day came, and it was known that he had arrived at Stevenston with three coaches, six horsemen, and sixteen or eighteen clubmen, with a smith and great forehammers, to break the kirk doors, supposed to be shut, there was a running together of some women and boys, on design, as was judged, to oppose them, but no men in the parish of any consequence among them. Between 11 and 12, Duncan and his people arrived at the foot of Finlay's brass, and being informed by some gentlemen that a mob was got up in the village, he thought it proper to sheer off with his gang to Irvine, where, after some time spent in carousing, they set out for Kilmarnock, where they continued the day at a second sederunt [a prolonged sitting], as they had done at Irvine. By appointment of the Presbytery of Irvine, Aug. 5, '88, Mr Brisbane was appointed to preach and intimate a call to Mr Duncan's settlement; and Messrs Maxwell, Pollock, and Oughterson to meet at Ardrossan kirk to moderate a call for said presentee-Maxwell to preach. The call was served." "Aug. 28.-Messrs Pollock and Oughterson arrived at the Turk's Head, Saltcoats, and were advertised that the kirk was open, and everything quiet. However, some idle women and children gathering about the door where they were, and giving some cheers or hurras, they thought proper to sheer off-the same idle gang following and harming them half way to Stevenston, but without any violence. After several to's and fro's before presbytery and synod, the presentee, by sentence of commission of General Assembly, Aug. 26,1789, was appointed to be ordained minister of Ardrossan, on or before the 1st September. The presbytery, at their next meeting, appoint, ordain, at Irvine, Aug. 27, Mr Graham of Comrie to serve the edict for that purpose; but Mr Graham did not come, so no edict was served; however, the ordination was performed in Irvine kirk, August 27, when Mr Miller from Kilmaurs preached and presided." "Thursday, Sept. 17.-When said Duncan appointed this day for entering on his ministry-hourly approaching-but did not come." "Sabbath, Sept. 20,1789.-This day Mr Duncan having appointed to preach here, came as far as Stevenston; but fearing an uproar among the people, he stopped and preached there in the afternoon; but Bailie Ralston advanced as far as the kirk. No harm done." "May 4.-A visitation appointed by presbytery." "May 13.-By said appointment at Saltcoats, Messrs Richmond, Graham, Miller, and Rowan, their clerk, joined by Mr Woodrow and Duncan, with Grange, Hudderhurst, and Constable Crafurd from Kilwinning, came to Saltcoats, where they were met at Mr Robert Campbell's close, innkeeper, by a great mob of women and youngsters in women's clothing; and judging it not safe to go to the kirk in such Company and circumstances, they agreed to go to the schoolhouse, and marched along with the mob, without molestation They came to merchant Brown's house, being on the confines of the parish of Ardrossan, where the mob began the attack most furiously. However, they made good their way, at least most of them, to the schoolhouse, among showers of dirt and stones from all quarters." In this way was the settlement of Mr Duncan ultimately effected.

 

 

3. David2 Doig (David1), born 15 Feb 1740 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; christened 17 Feb 1740 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 11 Jan 1819 Of Newton-upon-Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. He married (1) unknown; (2) on 9 May 1789 in Scotland Jean (Jane) Hutchison, born abt 1757 Of Ayr, Scotland; died 23 Nov 1822 in Main Street, Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; buried 27 Nov 1822 in Maybole Churchyard, Maybole, Ayr, Scotland, daughter of Hugh Hutchison Esq. and Janet Smith.

Notes for David Doig

Witnesses to David's christening were William Blair and Robert Alexander.

 

It is presumed that David was previously married before Jean Hutchison by his age and the appearance of two older Doig girls in the area. Son David was illegitimate.

 

David was the schoolmaster and postmaster in Maybole, Ayrshire, Scotland. He was appointed postmaster on 13 Aug 1792. At that time he was listed as the son of the deceased David Doig, schoolmaster of Maybole.

 

The testament of David Doig, Residing at Newton-Upon-Ayr, husband of Jean Hutchison, was recorded 7 Aug 1819 in the Glasgow Sheriff Court. Original document: Page 1, Page 2. Transcription follows:

Inventory of David Doig, Glasgow (page 647-8):

At Glasgow the seventh day of August 1819, Compeared James Monteath Writer in Glasgow and gave in the Inventory & Letter produced herewith, whereof the Inventory follows.

Inventory of the personal estate of David Doig residing in Newtown upon Ayr who died on the eleventh day of January 1819, with Interest due on principal sums at that date. -

Primo. Cash in the Ayr Bank including interest up to the 11 January 1819 --- £350.4.10.

2nd. Arrears of rent and Feu duties due from three parks at Maybole at Martinmas 1818 --- 16.0.0.

3rd. The deceased's household furniture Bed and Table linen Plate & o. to which the deceased's Widow has a right under her Contract of Marriage Inventoried & Valued by George Campbell licensed Appraiser in Ayr conform to Inventory & Appt. dated 20th March 1819 --- 122.10.0.

Total --- £487.14.10.

Exclusive of certain funds & effects which the deceased was possessed of or entitled to as Trustee for others and not beneficially.

At Ayr the seventh day of July 1819. In presence of Alexander Murdoch Esquire one of his Majesty's Trustees of the peace for Ayrshire appeared William Doig youngest son and one of the Executors of the deceased David Doig who being solemnly sworn & interrogated Depones that the said David Doig died upon the 11th day of January 1819, and the Deponent has entered upon the management and possession of the deceased's personal estate as one of the Executors nominated by him in a Disposition and Deed of Settlement executed by him upon the 25th day of October 1815, registered in the Sheriff Court Books of Ayr the 16th day of January 1819, an extract whereof is now exhibited and signed by the Deponent and said Justice of the Peace as relative hereto. That the Deponent does not know of any settlement or writing relative to the disposal of the deceased's personal Estate or Effects or any part of them other than that now exhibited and an Antinuptual Contract of Marriage executed by the said deceased David Doig and Jean Hutchison his widow who has survived him under which she has a right to the deceased's Household furniture and other articles comprehended in No. 3 of the foregoing inventory. That the said inventory signed by the Deponent and the said Justice of the Peace as relative hereto is a full and complete Inventory of the personal Estate and Effects of the said deceased David Doig wheresoever situated and belonging or due to him beneficially at the time of his death insofar as the same has come to the Deponent's knowledge and that the value of the said Estate situated in Scotland is of the value of Four hundred pounds Sterling and under Five hundred pounds Sterling. All which is truth as he shall answer to God.

(Signed Wm. Doig Archibald Murdoch & No.)

The settlement referred to in the foregoing Depone is recorded in the Sheriff Court Books of Ayr on the 16th January 1819.

Note: In 1832 the population of Maybole Parish was 6,287.

 

Notes for Jean (Jane) Hutchison

She may be the Jean Hutchson born at Ashyard and christened 10 Oct 1757, daughter of Hugh Hutchson [Mother not named]. Uncertain if this is the same Jean of i her father is Hugh Hutchison. Her first daughter was born by 1791 and was named Janet Smith Doig after her mother Janet Smith. However her mother did not marry Hugh Hutchison until 1794, suggesting she was illegitimate. That Hugh was her father is indicated by him bequeathing his estate to her eldest son Hugh Doig, or it was agreed as part of the contract of marriage of her mother to Hugh Hutchison. It appears she and her mother lived together at the timeof thier deaths in 1822.

The burial record reads: Nov 27 Mrs Doig Main Street, aged.

 

Jean's uncle, Alexander Hutcheson of Southfield; recorded his testament 12 Mar 1789 at the Glasgow Sheriff Court, proved in favor of his brother Hugh Hutcheson (Jean's father) who left the property to Hugh Doig (Jean's son). Original document: Page 1, Page 2, Page 3

 

Jean's father, Hugh Hutcheson of Southfield; testament recorded 6 Sept 1813 in the Glasgow Commissary Court, leaving property to Hugh Doig. Original document: Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4, Page 5.

 

The testament and inventory of Jean Doig, alias Hutchison, widow of David Doig of Welltrees residing in Maybole, was recorded 30 Mar 1824 in the Ayr Sheriff Court. Original document: Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4, Page 5. Transcription follows:

 

Inventory of the Umquale Mrs. Jean Doig, Ayr (pages 73-81):

At Ayr the thirteenth day of March one thousand eight hundred and twenty four years Compeared Walter Andrews after designed who produced inventory of the personal estate of the deceased Mrs. Jean Hutchison alias Doig after designed, and also an extract of the Trust Disposition and Settlement of the defunct and of which Inventory and Extract Trust Disposition and Settlement the tenor follows.

Inventory of the Personal Estate of Mrs. Jean Hutchison alias Doig residing in Maybole relict of the deceased David Doig of Welltrees who died on the 23rd day of November 1822, with interest on principal sums up to that date.

1st Arrear of Jointure due to the decreased by the heirs of her husband as follows viz.

To Balance of Jointure due 15 May 1819 --- 10, 6, 6

Interest from 15 May till 23 November 1822, 3 years 6 months & 8 days --- 1, 16, 6½

To Balance of Jointure due 12 November 1819 --- 10, 6, 6

Interest from that date till 23 November 1822, 3 years & 11 days --- 1, 11, 3½

To Balance of Jointure due 15 May 1820 --- 10, 6, 6

Interest from that date till 23 November 1822, 2 years 6 months & 8 days --- 1, 6, ½

To Balance of Jointure due 12 November 1820 --- 10, 6, 6

Interest from that date till 23 November 1822, 2 years & 11 days --- 1, 0, 11½

To Balance of Jointure due 15 May 1821 --- 10, 6, 6

Interest from that date till 23 November 1822, 1 year 6 months & 8 days --- 0, 15, 8½

To Balance of Jointure due 12 November 1821 --- 10, 6, 6

Interest from that date till 12 November 1822, 1 year & 11 days --- 0, 10, 7½

To Balance of Jointure due 15 May 1822 --- 10, 6, 6

Interest from that date till 12 November 1822, 6 months & 8 days --- 0, 5, ½

To Balance of Jointure due 12 November 1822 --- 10, 6, 6

Interest from that date till 23 same month, 11 days --- 0, 0, 3½

To Balance of Jointure due 15 May 1823 to which Mrs. Doig was entitled to uplift --- 10, 6, 6

2nd debts due to the decreased supposed to be good --- 7, 6, 10 --- total 100, 5, 10

Andrew Bowman Crosstonhill --- 6, 7, 10

William Black smith Maybole --- 7, 10, 0

William M'Kail wright Maybole --- 10, 0, 0

Peter Smith laborer Maybole --- 1, 17, 0

William Martin Barclye --- 4, 0, 0

J. M. Kaillester Barclye --- 1, 10, 0

J. M'Bride --- 1, 5, 0

Total --- 32, 9, 10

3rd The deceased's Household furniture Bed and Table Linen and Sheets per inventory and valuation by Mr. John Haswell dated 5 Feby 1823 --- 31, 11, 0

Total --- £164, 6, 2

Signed W. Andrews, Well Eaton

At Ayr the thirteenth day of March eighteen hundred and twenty four years In presence of William Eaton Esquire Deputy Commissary for Ayrshire Appeared Walter Andrews, Writer in Maybole One of the Trustees Nominated and appointed by the deceased Jean Hutchison alias Doig widow of the deceased David Doig of Welltrees who being solemnly sworn and interrogated on oath Depones that the deceased Jean Doig died on the twenty third day of November eighteen hundred and twenty two and the Deponent and James Fergusson Esqr Advocate and John Ronald farmer in Mackailston have since entered on the management of the defuncts personal moveable estate for behoof of and as Trustees for Janet Smith Doig spouse to William Bell student of medicine in Edinburgh, Ann Doig spouse of John McCrorie farmer in Attiquin and John and William Doig Merchants in Lima her children in virtue of a Trust Disposition and Settlement executed in their favor of date the fifth day of May eighteen hundred and twenty one and recorded in the Sheriff Court Books of Ayrshire the fifth day of December eighteen hundred and twenty two conform to Extract thereof herewith exhibited that the Deponent knows of no Testamentary Disposition and Settlement or other deed or writing executed by the defunct regulating the disposal of her effects than the Trust Disposition and Settlement above noticed. Depones that the foregoing Inventory which is subscribed by the Deponent and Commissary is a full and complete Inventory of the personal estate and effects of the said deceased Jean Hutchison or Doig situated and belonging or due beneficially to the deceased at the time of her death in so far as the same hath come to the knowledge of the deponent; and that the value of said estate situated as aforesaid is of the value of One hundred pounds Sterling and under the value of Two hundred pounds Sterling. All which is truth as the Deponent shall answer to God.

Signed W. Andrews, Will Easton.

 

At Ayr the fifth day of December in the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty two in presence of Archibald Bell Esquire Advocate Sheriff Depute of Ayrshire compeared Alexander Smith writer in Ayr as procurator for Mrs. Jean Hutchison alias Doig after designed and gave in the Trust Disposition and Settlement after copied to be registered in the Sheriff Court Books of Ayr conform to the clause of registration therein mentioned which desire the said judge found reasonable and ordained the same to be registered accordingly whereof the tenor follows; I Jean Hutchison alias Doig residing in Ayr and relict of the deceased David Doig of Welltrees considering that by contract of marriage entered into between me and the said deceased David Doig bearing date the ninth day of May seventeen hundred and eighty nine the said David Doig inter alia in case of my surviving him, Bound and Obliged himself his heirs successors whatsoever to pay to me the said Jean Hutchison alias Doig a free yearly jointure or annuity of Fifty Pounds Sterling during all the days of my life & that at two terms in the year Martinmas and Whitsunday by equal portions beginning the first terms payment at the first of these terms that shall happen after the death of the said David Doig for the half year preceding, and so to continue the payment thereof termly during my life with a fifth part more of each terms payment in case of failure or non punctual payment and the lawful interest of the said termly payments from the time the same should fall due till paid; and the said David Doig did by said Contract of Marriage farther assign and dispone to me the said Jean Hutchison the whole household furniture heirship moveables included which he should be possessed of at his death with full power to me the said Jean Hutchison to intromit therewith and dispose thereof at pleasure, as the said Contract of Marriage of the date aforesaid and containing sundry other clauses more fully bears; and also considering that the whole estate of my deceased husband does not produce yearly the said sum of Fifty Pounds Sterling but that there was a Martinmas last eighteen hundred and twenty one a sum due me of sixty three pounds nine shillings Sterling per account thereof subscribed by me as relative hereto, and at my death there will be a farther deficiency all which sums as accumulated at my decease with the interest due thereon should & ought to form a claim against the heirs and heritable estate of my said deceased husband, and for the purpose of having this done in the manner aforementioned and being resolved to settle all my worldly affairs so as to prevent disputes after my death and having full confidence in the persons afternamed for the purposes herein after declared; Therefore I have Disponed assigned conveyed and made over as I by these presents and for the uses and purposes aforementioned assign dispone convey and make over from me my heirs and successors to and in favor of John Doig my eldest son now in life, William Doig, my youngest son, if either of them are in the United Kingdom at the time of my death, and altho they are out of the Kingdom at my death they shall have power to act when they return to it. James Fergusson Esquire of Crosshill Advocate, William Adair Goudie Surgeon in Maybole and Walter Andrews Writer there, and the Acceptor or Acceptors of them and survivor or survivors of them whom failing to such other person or persons as shall be assumed named and appointed by them or the survivor of them pursuant to the powers herein after committed to them All and sundry lands heritages dispositions in security heritable Bonds Adjudications Tacks Steadings and possessions presently belonging or which shall belong to me at the time of my death with the whole rents and evidents thereof, and also all debts sums of money due or owing or which shall be addebted and owing to me at the time of my decease by any person or persons whatever by Bonds Bills Promissory Notes Receipts Accounts or any other manner of way, Together with the whole goods and gear and every other heritable and moveable real and personal estate presently belonging or which shall happen to belong to me at the time of my death with the whole vouchers and instructions thereof conceived in favor of me my predecessors and authors and particularly and without prejudice to the aforesaid generality in and to the sum that may be due by the heirs of my late husband at my death arising from the deficiency by the rents and others of the subjects belonging to my said deceased husband as inadequate to pay the jointure of Fifty Pounds Sterling contracted to be paid by the foresaid Contract of Marriage with full power to my said Trustees to accumulate and secure the same as after mentioned or in any other way they may deem proper for the purposes after expressed - Excepting always from the disposition my whole household furniture bed and table linen silver plate lying money Bank Notes Gold and Silver coined and uncoined Horses Cattle Sheep and other live stock which I hereby assign and convey to my youngest daughter Janet Smith Doig expressly excluding her brothers and sisters should she survive me but in the event of her predeceasing me and without heirs of her Body then and in that case the whole furniture and others disponed in favor of the said Janet Smith Doig shall be disponed by my said Trustees and the proceeds thereof divided as after directed; but declaring always that these presents are granted for the uses and purposes after mentioned - that at my death or as soon thereafter as may be and in case the said Janet Smith Doig shall have predeceased me and without having lawful issue my said Trustees before named or the acceptor or acceptors survivor or survivors of them whom failing such other person or persons as shall be assumed named and appointed by them shall dispose of the whole furniture and effects of which I may die possessed and before conveyed to the said Janet Smith Doig in case of her surviving me, and shall divide the proceeds arising therefrom after deducting all my just and lawful debts deathbed and funeral charges and other necessary expenses among my surviving children viz: Anne Doig or McCorie spouse of John McCroie in Attiquin, William Doig my youngest son and John Doig my eldest surviving son failing either of whom by death before me without lawful issue then the share falling to the deceaser shall be divided equally among the persons before named surviving; But in case any of them predeceasing shall leave lawful issue then the share belonging to him or her shall be divided among his or her respective issue share and share alike; And farther my said Trustees at my death shall accumulate the sum due by the heirs of my late husband into a principal sum and for the same and the interest due thereon shall take an heritable security over the property conveyed in trust by the said David Doig to the said John and William Doig for behoof of themselves and their sisters and their heirs, and the interest arising from such Bond or from the sum due me as accumulated, my said Trustees shall termly and yearly pay over to the said Janet Smith Doig should she survive me and remain unmarried; but should she marry then my said Trustees are hereby directed to uplift said money and divide the same equally among my whole children viz: the said Janet Smith Doig, Anne Doig or McCrorie, William Doig and the said John Doig or their heirs should either of them be dead and have left lawful issue; But in the event of the said Janet Smith Doig continuing unmarried then she is to receive the interest of said accumulated sum during all the days of her life and at her death my said Trustees shall uplift and divide the same among my children before named the share of any of them predeceasing bring to be divided among his or her lawful issue should there be any and if not among the person or persons before named surviving; But declaring always as it is hereby specially provided and declared that any share of my means and estate falling to the said John Doig and his heirs shall not be liable to the diligence of Creditors - If my said Trustees or the survivor of them shall think it necessary to take the assistance of any other person in the management of this Trust I hereby authorize and empower them or the survivor or acceptor or acceptors to assume name and appoint such person or persons for that purpose as they or he shall think proper and the person so to be named by my said Trustees or the survivor of them shall be as fully invested with the right of the whole subjects hereby conveyed and all the powers committed to the Trustees before named as if they had been named by those presents - And lastly for rendering these presents the more effectual I hereby nominate and appoint the said John and William Doig James Fergusson Esquire William Adair Goudie and Walter Andrews and the acceptor or acceptors survivor or survivors of them and other person or persons that may be assumed in virtue of the powers before expressed to be my sole Executor or Executors and universal Legators or Legator for the uses and purposes before expressed hereby declaring all others from that office with power to them or the acceptor or survivor as aforesaid expede confirmation and all other letters that may be necessary and declaring that my said Trustees shall not be bound to the diligence in solidum but only for their own actual intromissions, Reserving power to myself at any time of my life or even on deathbed to after innovate or revoke these presents in whole or in part as I shall see cause, but declaring that the same so far as not altered by me shall be valid and effectual tho found lying by me undelivered or in the custody of any Trustee or any other person to whom I may entrust the same with the delivery whereof I have Dispone for ever; And I consent to the Registration hereof of the Books of Council and Session or others competent therein to remain for preservation and thereto Constitute the said Alexander Smith writer in Ayr my prors In witness thereof these presents written on this and the two preceding pages of stamped paper by Walter Andrews writer in Maybole are subscribed by me at Maybole this fifth day of May eighteen hundred and twenty one before the witnesses Thomas Brackenridge residing in Maybole and the said Walter Andrews - signed - Jean Doig Tho. Brackenridge - Witness Walter Andrews - Witness

Follows Codicil - I Jean Hutchison, etc. [Includes replacement of deceased Trustee and payment of debts owing.]

Children of David Doig were as follows:

+ 4 i Elizabeth3 Doig, born 1774/75 in Ayr, Scotland; died 1841/51 Of Maybole, Ayr, Scotland. She married James Smith.

+ 5 ii David3 Doig, born 19 Sep 1784 in Kirkmichael, Ayr, Scotland; christened 21 Sep 1784 in Kirkmichael, Ayr, Scotland; died 21 Feb 1826 in Rothesay, Bute, Scotland; buried in St. Mary's Chapel, Rothesay, Bute, Scotland. He married (1) Rebecca Smith; (2) Christian (Christina) Ferguson.

+ 6 iii Jean (Jane)3 Doig, born 1788/89 in Scotland; died 7 Mar 1836 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; buried 9 Mar 1836 in Maybole Churchyard, Maybole, Ayr, Scotland. She married (1) Alexander McAdam; (2) Dr. William Train.

Children of David Doig and Jean (Jane) Hutchison were as follows:

7 i Janet Smith (Jenny)3 Doig, born 1786/91 in Ayr, Scotland. She married (1) on 1 Jun 1823 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland James McDougal, born abt 1790 Of Ayr, Scotland; (2) in 1823/24 in Scotland William Bell; (3) on 9 Feb 1841 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland John Osburn, born 1786/91 in Ireland; died 1851 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland. Notes: The marriage to William Bell is mentioned in the settlement of Janet's mother's estate in 1824. The other two marriages are presumed based on age and location. MARRIAGE: Both were listed from Maybole Parish. MARRIAGE: Both were listed from Maybole Parish.

+ 8 ii Hugh3 Doig Esq., born 26 May 1790 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 18 Dec 1815 Of Southfield, Mearns, Renfrew, Scotland. He married Charlotte Hughes Niven.

+ 9 iii John3 Doig, born 24 Jun 1792 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died aft 1865 in Peru. He married (1) Mercedes Astigarraga; (2) Maria de los Dolores Baraona-Rioja.

+ 10 iv Ann Campbell3 Doig, born 24 Mar 1794 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 20 Mar 1872 in Miller Road, Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. She married John McCrorie.

11 v William3 Doig, born 10 Jul 1798 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died Of Chile, South America. Notes: William (Guillermo) arrived in Peru some years after his brother. He finally immigrated to Chile.

 

Generation 3

 

4. Elizabeth3 Doig (David2, David1), born 1774/75 in Ayr, Scotland; died 1841/51 Of Maybole, Ayr, Scotland. She married James Smith, born 1772/73 in Ayr, Scotland; died 1847/48 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland.

Notes for Elizabeth Doig

[The link to father is based on age, location, and a variation of the Scottish naming custom.]

Notes for James Smith

In 1841 James Smith (78 Ayr) was a nursery man residing at Monkwook Grove, Maybole, Ayr with his wife Elizabeth (76 Ayr) and two agricultural laborers.

Children of Elizabeth Doig and James Smith were as follows:

+ 12 i Jean (Jane)4 Smith, born 25 Oct 1799 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died aft 1851. She married John Alexander Steel.

13 ii Elizabeth4 Smith, born 30 Jun 1801 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland.

14 iii David4 Smith, born 2 Jul 1803 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland.

15 iv William4 Smith, born 27 Apr 1805 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland.

 

5. David3 Doig (David2, David1), born 19 Sep 1784 in Kirkmichael, Ayr, Scotland; christened 21 Sep 1784 in Kirkmichael, Ayr, Scotland; died 21 Feb 1826 in Rothesay, Bute, Scotland; buried in St. Mary's Chapel, Rothesay, Bute, Scotland. He married (1) on 16 Mar 1806 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland Rebecca Smith, born abt 1785 Of Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; died abt 1812 Of Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; (2) on 13 Jun 1815 in Anderston, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland Christian (Christina) Ferguson, born 2 May 1789 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; christened 5 May 1789 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; died 6 Aug 1860 in Rothesay, Bute, Scotland; buried in St. Mary's Chapel, Rothesay, Bute, Scotland, daughter of William Ferguson and Christian Pairman.

Notes for David Doig

David was illegitimate. The Kirkmichael parish record reads: David natural son to David Doig in Mayboll born Sept 19th baptized 21st St by the Revd Mr John Ramsay Minr of Tharham(?).

The link to family is based on age at death, location, a first son named David, and that his father could have put him in good stead financially.

The first marriage is uncertain and based on age and location.

David was admitted as Burgess and Guild Brethren in Glasgow in 1816; at the time he was a merchant and manufacturer living at 459 Gallowgate, Glasgow. In the 1820 Glasgow Directory he is listed as a manufacturer at 7 St. Andrew Square, Glasgow. Shortly after he moved to Rothsay, Bute where he owned the Power Loom Manufactory of Rothsay. He owned an 11-ton open boat called the 'Rhudanan' of Rothesay.

Glasgow Herald - Monday 22 May 1826 - NOTICE

To the Creditors of the late DAVID DOIG, Power Loom Cloth Manufacturer in Rothesay. THE Executrix hereby intimates to all having claims To the Estate of the late DAVID DOIG, that statements, with affidavits to the verity thereof; must be lodged with Mr. Wm. Ferguson, 107, Nelson Street, Glasgow, on or before the 30th day of June next. All who are indebted to the said Estate are also requested to make immediate payment to the said Wm. Ferguson, to prevent legal measures being adopted against them. 20th May, 1826.

David died at age 42. His testament and codicils were recorded 14 Apr 1826, 15 June 1826, and 15 Sept 1828 in the Rothesay Sheriff Court. In his testament dative his relict Christian Ferguson or Doig was appointed executrix, with cautiouners William Ferguson (father-in-law) and Charles MacKinley (brother-in-law). The value of his estate was £5,455.

MARRIAGE:

David was listed as a weaver and both from Glasgow.

MARRIAGE:

David and Christian were married on a contract dated 1 June 1815.

Notes for Rebecca Smith

MARRIAGE:

David was listed as a weaver and both from Glasgow.

Notes for Christian (Christina) Ferguson

In 1841 Christian was a power-loom weaver in a cotton factory residing on the East side of High Street, Rothesay, Bute with her children Christian, William, and Elizabeth and a servant Jean Duncan (25 Bute). In 1851 she lived in Rothesay with children David, William, and Elizabeth.

'Rothesay, May 13, 1848. The copartnership between the Subscribers, Mrs. Christian Doig and John Robertson, Power Loom Cloth Manufacturers in Rothesay, Sole Partners of the Company carrying on Business as Power Loom Cloth Manufacturers there, under the firm of Doig & Company, was Dissolved, by expirary of their Contract of Copartnership, on the 29th day of April, 1848. Signed and witnessed by James Dean and Archibald Rodger.' and following annoucement by Christian Doig, 'Referring to the above Notice of Dissolution, I beg leave to intimate that the Business will be carried on as hitherto, under the firm of Doig & Co.' [Glasgow Herald (Glasgow, Scotland), Monday, May 29, 1848; Issue 4730.]

Christina's testament was recorded 30 Dec 1861 in the Rothesay Sheriff Court.

MARRIAGE:

David and Christian were married on a contract dated 1 June 1815.

Children of David Doig and Christian (Christina) Ferguson were as follows:

+ 16 i Christian (Christina)4 Doig, born 10 May 1819 in Gorbals, Lanark, Scotland; christened 30 May 1819 in Gorbals, Lanark, Scotland; died 30 Jun 1857 in Lillyburn Cottage, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. She married Alexander McNab.

17 ii David4 Doig, born 5 Jul 1822 in Rothesay, Bute, Scotland; died 25 Feb 1900 in Rothesay, Bute, Scotland; buried in St. Mary's Chapel, Rothesay, Bute, Scotland. Notes: Witnesses to David's birth were James Hall and James Bainhill. David went to sea in 1839 as an apprentice. He registered as a mate in the Merchant Service on 12 May 1845 at Greenock, Certificate No. 196,785. David was described as 5'11' tall, fair complexion, brown hair, brown eyes, and no distinguishing marks. He made voyages in 1845, 1847, and 1848. Doig - David Sailor, Rothesay, to his Father David Doig there, once in Glasgow Heir General ? dated 14th Jan. 1841 1841, Jan. 27 In 1861 and 1871 David and his brother William lived together in Rothesay, Bute. In 1875 David lived at Moorpark Mill, Renfrew. In 1881 he was an unmarried boarder with Adam Collie in Renfrew. Glasgow Herald - Tuesday 27 February 1900 Deaths - Doig - At 12 Battery Place, Rothsay, on the 25th inst., David Doig, late manufacturer, aged 77 - New Zealand papers please copy.

18 iii William4 Doig, born 1824 in Rothesay, Bute, Scotland; christened 4 Sep 1824 in Rothesay, Bute, Scotland; died 25 Oct 1875 in Mount Plew, Rothesay, Bute, Scotland; buried in St. Mary's Chapel, Rothesay, Bute, Scotland. Notes: William was a coal merchant living at the Sant Building, Rothesay, Bute. In 1861 and 1871 he and his brother David lived together in Rothesay. He did not marry. Witness to William's death certificate was his brother David of Moorpark Mill, Renfrew. An extract of his testament reads: William Doig, 5 December 1878 - Confirmation of William Doig, sometime Manufacturer, afterwards Coal Merchant, Rothesay, who died 26 October 1875, at Rothesay, intestate, granted at Rothesay, to David Doig, Renfrew, Executor dative qua next of kin.

+ 19 iv Elizabeth4 Doig, born 1824 in Rothesay, Bute, Scotland; christened 4 Sep 1824 in Rothesay, Bute, Scotland; died 13 Oct 1908 in Rothesay, Bute, Scotland. She married Rev. John Murdoch.

 

6. Jean (Jane)3 Doig (David2, David1), born 1788/89 in Scotland; died 7 Mar 1836 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; buried 9 Mar 1836 in Maybole Churchyard, Maybole, Ayr, Scotland. She married (1) Alexander McAdam, born abt 1788 in Scotland; buried 26 Feb 1823 in Maybole Churchyard, Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; (2) on 10 Oct 1824 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland Dr. William Train, born 1792 in Dalrymple, Ayr, Scotland; christened 14 Nov 1792 in Dalrymple, Ayr, Scotland; died 17 Jan 1829 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; buried in Maybole Churchyard, Maybole, Ayr, Scotland, son of William Train and Agnes Hunter.

Notes for Jean (Jane) Doig

[The link to father is based on approx. age, location, and a second son named David.]

Jean died at age 46. Her death is given in the Maybole parish record as 6 March 1836. Her testament was recorded 19 Apr 1836 in the Ayr Sheriff Court Inventories.

Inventory of Umquale Mrs. Jean Doig or Train, Ayr (pages 668-9)

At Ayr the nineteenth day of April one thousand eight hundred and thirty six years compeared Walter Andrews writer in Maybole who produced inventory of the personal estate of the deceased Jean Doig or Train after designed and of which inventory the tenor follows - Inventory of the personal estate and effects of Jean Doig residing in Maybole widow of the deceased William Train surgeon there who died on the seventh day of March eighteen hundred and thirty six, given up by Alexander McAdam Esquire residing in Castlehill Executor dative of the deceased.

1st The deceased's household furniture valued by Thomas Bell conform to inventory and appraisement dated 11 March 1836 --- 52. 13. 9.

2nd Half year rent of a house occupied by Thomas McMurtrie due at Whitsunday 1836 --- 1. 0. 0.

3rd Years rent of a house occupied by Hugh Hannay due at Whitsunday 1836 --- 1. 10. 0.

4. Debts due as follows viz:

John Doig in Doularg --- £4. 0. 0.

John or James Dryman Humeston Ochiltree --- 4. 0. 8.

5. A silver watch chain and seals in the possession of Samuel Barr dancing master worth £5 but on which no value can be put as it is not likely to be recovered.

6. Borrowed money due by Robert Thomson wright Greenock Five pounds but on which no value can be put.

Total --- £63. 3. 9.

Signed Alexr McAdam Will Eaton --- At Ayr the nineteenth day of April eighteen hundred and thirty six in presence of William Eaton Esquire Commissary Depute of Ayrshire compeared Alexander McAdam Esquire residing in Castlehill who being solemnly sworn and examined depones that Jean Doig or Train widow of the deceased William Train surgeon in Maybole died intestate on the seventh day of March eighteen hundred and thirty six that the Deponent is about to enter upon the session and management of her personal or moveable estate as Executor qua nearest in kin that the Deponent knows of no settlement or other writing left by the deceased relative to the disposal of her personal estate or effects or any part of them that the foregoing inventory which is signed by the Deponent and the said Commissary as relative hereto is a full and complete inventory of the personal estate and effects of the said deceased wherein situated and belonging or due beneficially to the deceased at the time of her death in so far as the same has come to the Deponent's knowledge and that the value of the said estate situated in Scotland is of the value of Sixty three pounds three shillings and nine pence and under the value of One hundred pounds all of which is truth as the Deponent shall answer to God.

Signed Alexr McAdam Will Eaton.

Written by Gavin McKerrow Collated by Thos. Eaton [Original document HERE]

MARRIAGE:

both were listed from Maybole Parish.

Notes for Alexander McAdam

He was know as Alexander McAdam, Esquire of Grimmet.

Note: a Mrs. McAdam, age 60, died on 3 May 1851 in Maybole. She was not Jean Doig as her death was recorded as Mrs. Train, age 46 in 1836.

Notes for Dr. William Train

William was a surgeon. He died at age 36. The Inventory of his estate was recorded 6 May 1830 in Ayr.

MARRIAGE:

both were listed from Maybole Parish.

Children of Jean (Jane) Doig and Alexander McAdam were as follows:

+ 20 i Alexander4 McAdam, born 1808/09 in Ayrshire, Scotland; died 1845 in Ayrshire, Scotland. He married Sarah Kennedy.

21 ii Susan (Sussan, Sussanah)4 McAdam, born 6 Nov 1815 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland. She married on 9 Aug 1837 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland William Dick, born 1807/08 in Dailly, Ayr, Scotland.

22 iii David4 McAdam, born 1818 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; christened 19 May 1818 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland.

23 iv Quinten4 McAdam, born 21 Oct 1819 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; christened 21 Oct 1819 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland.

24 v John4 McAdam, born 26 Sep 1821 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; christened 24 Oct 1821 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 1821/23 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland.

25 vi John4 McAdam, born 7 Jun 1823 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; christened 7 Jun 1823 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland. Notes: John's christening record lists him as the son the the 'late Alexander McAdam Esq. of Grimmet.'

Children of Jean (Jane) Doig and Dr. William Train were as follows:

26 i William4 Train, born 15 Jun 1825 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland. He married on 16 Aug 1846 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland Alison Whitecross, born abt 1825 Of Maybole, Ayr, Scotland. Notes: The following marriage is uncertain and based on age and location.

+ 27 ii Agnes Hunter4 Train, born 27 May 1827 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 22 Nov 1892 in Oamaru, Otago, New Zealand. She married Rev. Alexander Bruce Todd.

 

8. Hugh3 Doig Esq. (David2, David1), born 26 May 1790 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 18 Dec 1815 Of Southfield, Mearns, Renfrew, Scotland. He married on 5 Jun 1815 in Kirtleton, Dumfries, Scotland Charlotte Hughes Niven, born 1 Sep 1793 in Scotland; died 10 Aug 1828 in Kirtleton, Dumfries, Scotland; buried in Kirtleton Graveyard, Kirtleton, Dumfries, Scotland, daughter of David Niven.

Notes for Hugh Doig Esq.

Hugh Hutcheson of Southfield, testament recorded 6 Sept 1813. Original document: Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4, Page 5.

Hugh Doig of Southfield served Heir of Provision General to Hugh Hutchison of Southfield, recorded 26 June 1813 at Edinburgh (Film #0231350). Translation from the Latin: 'This enquiry is called in the Court of the Vice-mayor of Edinburgh, this 30th day of May 1813, in the presence of (long list of names) signatories all Solicitors at Law. Of Doig Hutchison herein named the major party between the late Hugo Hutchison, gentleman of Southfield, who died in Faith and Peace without heirs of his body, and which Hugo Doig Hutchison, gentleman of Southfield designated Hugo Doig, eldest son of David Doig of the Parish of Maybole and Jean Hutchison [wife of David Doig], the legitimate and proper heir of the general properties at the word of Hugo Hutchison, given in two dispositions by him executed on 30th October 1795, and recorded in the Book of Sessions 24 May 1813, by which the said Hugo Hutchison in the event of dying without legitimate heirs of his body bequeaths lands and properties to the said Hugo Doig Hutchison and his heirs aforementioned, and that this Hugo Doig Hutchison is of legal age.

Sealed in this testimonial of which the said Enquiry between the parties in brief. Adam Roland, clerk to the Vice-Mayor at Edinburgh in the month and year of Our Lord undersigned. 26 June 1813.'

Hugh appears to have taken the surname Hutchison as appears in his daughter's surname and later documents.

Hugh's sister Anne named her first child Hugh Doig Hutchison McCrorie in 1816, in memorium.

The inventory of Hugh Doig Hutchison, Esquire of Southfield, was recorded 21 June 1816 in the Edinburgh Sheriff Court Inventories (5 pages).

K. E. Ingram, 'Manuscript Sources for the History of the West Indies, with Special Reference to Jamaica,' U. of West Indies Press, Page 96: 0546, Ramsay, David, Letter from David Ramsay to David Stewart, jr., W.S., Edinburgh, concerning Mr. William Hutchison's disposal of certain Negros in Jamaica; Edinburgh, Jan. 9, 1817, L.S., 2ff. 4to. MS.696 - Ramsay writes on the direction of Mr. William Niven to inform that Mrs. Hutchison had died in Jamaica and had liberated some Negros 'the fee of which belonged to the late Mr. Hugh Hutchison and afterwards to Mr. Doig Hutchison'. Mr. Niven wishes to ascertain whether or not they may be recovered for the benefit of Mr. Doig Hutchison's daughter.

Place of death uncertain. May have been in Scotland, England, or Jamaica.

MARRIAGE:

'The Scotls Magazine,' 1 July 1815:

5. At Kirtleton, Hugh Doig Hutchison, Esq. of Southfield, to Miss Charlotte Hughes Niven, daughter of David Niven, Esq., Kirkleton, Dumfries-shire.

Notes for Charlotte Hughes Niven

Register of Sasines 1181 Dumfries 15 Aug 1826

CHARLOTTE HUGHES NIVEN Seized

Disp. by David Niven

Register of Sasines 1329 Dumfries

Trustees of Charlotte Hughes Niven HUTCHISON of Kirtleton, daughter of David Niven of Kirtleton

Register of Sasines 1604 Dumfries 22 Sep 1828

JOHN BELL of Dunnabie Seized 15 Sep 1828, - in the £4 land of KIRTLETOWN and POCKINEFOOT,

MARRIAGE:

'The Scotls Magazine,' 1 July 1815:

5. At Kirtleton, Hugh Doig Hutchison, Esq. of Southfield, to Miss Charlotte Hughes Niven, daughter of David Niven, Esq., Kirkleton, Dumfries-shire.

Children of Hugh Doig Esq. and Charlotte Hughes Niven were as follows:

+ 28 i Lady Charlotte Niven4 Doig-Hutchison, born 20 Apr 1816 in St. Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland; christened 2 May 1816 in St. Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland; died 25 Jun 1902 in Newton Mearns, Renfrew, Scotland. She married Sir Thomas Montgomery Cunningham 8th Baronet of Corsehill.

 

9. John3 Doig (David2, David1), born 24 Jun 1792 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died aft 1865 in Peru. He married (1) abt 1824 in Peru Mercedes Astigarraga, born abt 1804 in Peru; (2) Not married Maria de los Dolores Baraona-Rioja, born abt 1802 in Lambayeque, Peru, daughter of José (Josef) Antonio de Barahona y Bermeo and Maria del Carmen Rioja-Albear.

Notes for John Doig

1817, July 9 - Extracted Processes, National Archives of Scotland, CS32/15/47

Decreet in absence, David Stewart, junior, WS, as factor on the estates of the deceased Hugh Doig Hutchison v John Doig.

John appears to have left home before his father's death in 1819. He was a weapons merchant. He arrived in Carabobo, Venezuela in 1820, then moving on to Columbia. He soon moved to Lambayeque, Peru where he lived until his death.

One family document mentions: 'John Doig el Corsario y su hermano William que se va a Chile' which translates 'John Doig the Privateer and his brother William who goes away to Chile.' The story goes that John served the Peruvian Navy in their bid for freedom from Spain, and he commanded a privately owned warship that preyed on the commercial shipping or warships of Spain.

See baptism document of son Juan Patricio Doig-Barona for John's signature.

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'The Lost Treasure of the El Pensamiento,' by Jim Gilchrist in 'The Scotsman' dated 24 Dec 2003.

The story starts with a ghost ship, a vessel which eludes the usual shipping registers, but which may have slipped into the port of Leith on Christmas Eve, 1803 ... Or it may have been 1802 ... Or not at all. Little is certain in the story of the El Pensamiento, which is alleged to have docked at Leith two centuries ago, low in the water with an improbably vast fortune in Inca treasure, pillaged from a cave in the mountains of what is now Ecuador. It is a mystery which reaches through time and across the world, from the slaughter visited on the Incas by the conquistadores in the 1530s to Napoleonic Europe, from the mountain wilderness of the Altiplano to the Edinburgh banking establishment, from a murdered Inca emperor to an exiled Bourbon prince.

It is tempting to imagine the vessel entering harbour rather like the sinister Black Pearl in Pirates of the Caribbean. And in truth, our vessel may seem of little more substance than that movie's ship of phantoms. However, once it tied up, if it tied up, at Leith, an impossible fortune in gold and silver bullion and precious stones - £460 million worth, the story goes - is said to have been transported, in 90 wicker baskets, to the Royal Bank of Scotland and deposited there by a Sir Francis Mollison or Mollinson.

The treasure had been dispatched from Lambayeque, Peru, by a Spanish corregidor or colonial official, Antonio Pástor y Marin de Segura, Marques de Llosa. The vessel was jointly commanded by an American, John Fanning, and a Scot, John Doig or Doigg.

You're unlikely to find any of the above documented in Scottish harbour records or banking ledgers, although the names de Segura, Fanning and Doig ring true. Fast-forward some 160 years, however, and something very strange - and very much documented - starts to happen. In October, 1965, the Royal Bank of Scotland received the first of a deluge of claims on the 'treasure', on behalf of members of the Pástor family, descendents of de Segura, under the terms of what they claimed to be a fifth-generation will, left by the Marques, who died in 1804, and his second wife, Narcisa Martinez de Tejada y Oraye.

Bewildered bankers found themselves dealing with solicitors, with South American banks and with the Grand Lodge of Scotland (enquiring on behalf of its Masonic counterpart in Peru), while the Peruvian consul in Glasgow visited the Royal Bank's head office at St Andrews Square. There was an enquiry from the Procurator Fiscal for Edinburgh, concerning an action being raised by a Señora de Caceres of Lima, Peru, claiming '598 large merchant bags which were dispatched from Lima, Peru, in 1803 by the ship El Pensamiento under Captains J Fanning and J Doigg to the Royal Bank of Scotland and delivery entrusted to Castillo la Rosa'.

A Royal Bank executive, Robert Forbes, now long retired, went through all the bank's strongrooms in Edinburgh and Glasgow. He found nothing.

In a report in 1966, Forbes, who was shown a copy of the Pástor testament - but, noticeably, no receipt - by one enquiring diplomat wrote: 'Our records throw no light on the story. Safe custody books only go back to 1860 and we are, therefore, unable to determine whether or not any packages were ever deposited with us by the parties concerned and subsequently uplifted.'

Meanwhile, half a world away, newspapers carried headlines about 'un fabuloso tesoro' which was going to make certain families very rich indeed. Ecuador's Ultimas Noticias, for instance, reported how Señora Violeta Aguilar de Caceres had told the Peruvian Press that she possessed 'documents of guarantee of the Bank of Scotland that confirm deposits valued at £460 million sterling'.

Confusion reigns, but nobody got rich. The story has entered into Royal Bank folklore, and the late James Gilhooley, a design engineer turned historian and freelance writer, undertook some serious research and in 1986 wrote an article about the treasure for the Royal Bank of Scotland Review.

First, though, that £460 million, which today's values would represent a mind-boggling £26.3 billion-plus. 'There's no way de Segura accumulated this sort of wealth unless he discovered Eldorado, Atlantis, The Valley of the Kings, etc, all on his own,' observes Iain Harrison of the Royal Bank's group communications department. However, Gilhooley reckoned there had been a misconstruing of the will's reference to French livres. The exchange rate at that time, he wrote, was 24 livres to the pound, making the treasure's worth nearer £20 million - still a tidy £1.1 billion by today's values.

Gilhooley, who was almost certainly planning a book about the affair but died two years ago, postulated an intriguing sequence of conspiracies. Pointing to Spanish detailed records of de Segura, he argued that the hostilities between Britain and France and Spain had halted the flow of treasure ships from South America to Spain, with a five-year bottleneck of riches awaiting shipment. In 1802, the Treaty of Amiens gave a short-lived breathing space which would allow such traffic, while at the same time Napoleon demanded that Spain comply with earlier treaties and pay France a hefty 'war contribution' which was in effect protection money. The envoy chosen for this was one Comte Louis Philippe de Ségur, who may well have shared a Basque country background as well as an aristocratic family name with de Segura.

Spain looked to the Americas, and very possibly to de Segura, for the necessary bullion. Gilhooley believed that the corregidor was in a position to 'hijack' a shipment of treasure, at least partly for himself, leaving it to a fifth generation either because he had fallen out with his immediate family or perhaps putting it beyond any retribution, Napoleonic or otherwise.

The Basques and the Scots both maintained a significant mercantile presence in the Caribbean and the Royal Bank was well known in the Atlantic trading world. However, even if the treasure had set sail from Peru on a ship named El Pensamiento, it would have to be unloaded and carted across the pre-canal Isthmus of Panama and transferred to a different vessel. Also, because of the hostilities, ships sailing from Spanish colonies may well have given false information on their clearance papers and manifests, or sailed under assumed names and flags.

The Doigs and Fannings were both well-known seafaring dynasties, the Fannings from Stonington, Connecticut (one of them sailed with the Scots-born American naval hero John Paul Jones), while the Doigs were well-known in the Scottish north-east mercantile (and smuggling) town of Montrose. Gilhooley identified a John Doig from there who was active in the Caribbean, while enquiries by The Scotsman revealed another branch of the family, from Ayrshire, to be much concerned with Peru - including a John Doig who was a noted privateer, based in Lambayeque, but whose birth in 1792 makes him too young to figure in our tale.

The Francis Mollison or Mollinson who was supposed to deposit the treasure in Edinburgh was, Gilhooley claimed, a pseudonym for Comte Francois Mollien, a leading French banker who was a member of the same masonic lodge in Paris as the de Segur family (and John Paul Jones).

But if the treasure never reached the Edinburgh bank, where did it go? Gilhooley points to a sudden escalation in the fortunes of the ousted French Bourbon dynasty. For in residence at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, at the beginning of the 19th century, was one Charles Philippe, Compte d'Artois, who would become the last Bourbon king of France, Charles X.

Seeking anything more concrete, we must look to South America - but via Dunbar and the home of Stan Hall, an Edinburgh-born engineer who became so hooked on what he regards as 'the missing pages' of South America's prehistory that he lived in Ecuador for many years.

'Treasures are made to frustrate people,' he remarks, and introduces into the story a tantalising document known as the Derrotero, a document presented to King Carlos IV of Spain by a man named Valverde before his death in 1792, which gave directions established by another, earlier Valverde, to a vast cache of Inca treasure, reputedly hidden in a cave in Ecuador's wild Llanganati region. It is said to have been dispatched there by Ruminahui, one of Atahualpa's generals, after the Inca leader had been baptised then strangled by the good Christian invaders of his country. De Segura, he says, would have used the Derrotero in obtaining his treasure.

Hall, 67, is no stranger to caves: in fact he has one named after him, one of the mysterious Tayos caves to which he led a British-Ecuadorian expedition in 1976, which included as patron and member the astronaut and moonwalker Neil Armstrong. The treasure of the Llanganti he regards as a side-issue, if an intriguing one, to his real interest, the ancient civilisations of South America, but believes the treasure almost certainly exists - and that some of it may have come to Scotland.

So far as its subsequent disappearance, he believes 'the defining hand' could be the eminent Scots banker Thomas Coutts, another Montrose man, who may well have known Doig, and certainly Mollien. Coutts, says Hall, became banker to George III - and was known to assist the Bourbons. Hall, as did Gilhooley and other researchers, points to a 'mysterious absence' of Leith cargo manifests for the years 1795-1805, and suggests that as Coutts is thought to have disposed of George lll's financial ledgers after the monarch's death ... well, perhaps he turned his attention to cargo manifests.

In Ecuador, countless explorers have tried to find that Llanganati cave, sometimes with fatal consequences, while following copies of the Derrotero (which Hall believes to have been altered to confuse treasure-hunters), along with a map of the Llanganati region, made in 1827 by a pharmacologist, Atanasio Guzman, who himself perished in the area.

That didn't stop the veteran Scottish mountain man, Hamish MacInnes, from making three trips to the Llanganati, also equipped with the Derrotero and the Guzman map. MacInnes also made fruitless enquiries about the El Pensamiento and has tried, so far without success, to trace the Spanish royal warrant which would have authorised the original expedition into the Llanganati to procure the treasure, ostensibly for Spain but also for de Segura.

You won't find MacInnes's Glencoe home crammed with Inca gold - he didn't find any, but he does believe that Atahualpa's riches may well lie within the Llanganti. In his book Beyond the Ranges, he expresses his belief that the Valverde Derrotero is genuine, however, he warns that the Llanganati, high on the Altiplano and near the Equator, is unforgiving country: 'Not a place for a bucket-and-spade visit.'

But what about those who believed they were the rightful inheritors of de Segura's treasure? In Quito, capital of Ecuador, an old friend of Hall's, Dr Michel Merlyn spoke last week to Cesar and Hector Pástor, the sons of Hector Plaza Salvador, who directed the family committee formed to make the claims in 1965. 'They said they didn't feel cheated or enraged at all,' recounts Merlyn. 'Most of the Pástors, the two of them included, were not disillusioned, although some were, of course. 'They described the whole affair as an experiencia simpática - an interesting and funny experience. They haven't been investigating since the 1965-1966 episode, but I'm sure they are still interested.' But the story of the lost Pástor millions won't lie down and die. Another story in El Comercio in May 1965 added a further, intriguing element by recounting how, as far back as 1686, an infamous pirate, Eduardo David, plundered the mansion of the Obaya family in Lambeyeque, stealing, among other things, 598 bags or containers of gold and silver.

Then, as this article was going to press, a Peruvian woman living in Edinburgh, who had helped MacInnes translate the Llanganati documents, told me her version, which mentioned Doig and Fanning, and a fast British ship laden with treasure, but had one of the partners taking his third of the treasure to France - where it was used in the purchase of Louisiana. And, she claimed, the treaure was still lying in the Royal Bank: 'But the descendents of the man who put it there cannot prove they are his real descendents, because in Peru there was a fire in the registry office.'

So, amid blazing documents and ricocheting conspiracy theories, the lost treasure of the El Pensamiento sails into the sunset - and seems likely to stay there, unless someone locates some vital documents, or a certain cave ...

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The following article may refer to John Doig and/or his brother William:

The Cocos Island Pirates: Excerpt from book 'Romance of the Sea,' (National Geographic Society, Washington: 1981) chapter 'Fortunes from the Spaniards,' page 57-58:

The story of the Cocos Island treasure dump begins about the year 1818 when a British pirate, Bennet Graham, or Benito Bonita as he preferred to call himself, brought the loot from Peruvian churches and merchant ships to be buried on Cocos Island until he could collect it later. It is fairly certain that more wealth was added to this dump later.

With Bonita was William Thompson, who turned up at Cocos Island again in 1824. The Spaniards had managed to get away much of their treasure from Lima when Peru was in revolt against the rule of Spain. Lord Cochrane, then in command of the Chilean Navy and giving help to Peru, went to the port of Callao, to which the treasure had gone, and demanded two-thirds of the money with which to pay his men. On the scene appeared Thompson, now in command of a trading brig 'Mary Read.' He arranged to take off some of the Spanish grandees with their enormous fortune and avoid Lord Cochrane's attentions. What had happened to Bennet Graham nobody apparently knew. It may be that William Thompson knew, but, if he did, he certainly never revealed anything.

As soon as the 'Mary Read,' with the escaping Spaniards and their wealth, was well clear of the port the helpful Captain Thomson killed the Spaniards and flung them overboard, then set sail for Cocos Island to bury his share of this additional loot. Unfortunately it was many years before Thompson had a chance of returning to collect his vast wealth. When he did at last manage the return voyage he took a partner with him and discovered that both the treasure of Bonita (Graham) and Thompson's own were untouched. It was too risky to take away just then and Thompson and his partner, Doig, made careful preparations for another voyage.

Thompson died without ever seeing his treasure again, but in due course some years later, his partner, Doig, with his son, went out to Cocos once more, all prepared to bring home their great fortune. Unfortunately a landslide had occurred and made the recovery of the treasure a serious engineering task. They were totally unprepared for anything of that sort and had to return home to consider their plans.

The elder Doig died and the son never had a chance of going out again, but he left clear directions regarding the location of the treasure hoards. Many expeditions have been made and a few coins and ornaments have been found in circumstances which certainly help to confirm the story. Most of the seekers, however, have done just as much to obliterate helpful landmarks as have the storms and natural changes through the long years which have elapsed since Thompson buried his loot.

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The story is also told somewhat differently with the name BOAG instead of DOIG. He is identified elsewhere as Capt. William Boag. The following version is found at http://www.detecting.org.uk/html/Treasure_of_Cocos_Island.html.

The Treasure of Cocos Island

350 miles west of Costa Rica lies the tiny and uninhabited Cocos Island. It is believed that a vast treasure was hidden here in 1821 by the mutinous crew of the Mary Dear (or Mary Deare, depending on source), a British ship chartered to move gold, silver and jewels from the churches of Lima, Peru to the safety of Spain.

Shortly after leaving the port of Callao, the gold hungry crew of the Mary Dear murdered the six soldiers charged with guarding the treasure, seized control of ship and sailed to Cocos Island where, it is said, they hid the treasure in a cave and then set sail for Panama. Upon arriving in Panama the mutineers were arrested, most of the crew were executed, but three were spared after promising the Spanish authorities that they would assist in the recovery of the treasure.

 

Two of the three were taken to Cocos by a detachment of soldiers, soon after arriving, the two men escaped from their captors into the dense jungle. The soldiers, unable to locate the mutineers and believing that the two men would be unable to escape the island, returned to Panama.

A year later, the two men were picked up by a passing ship and taken to Costa Rica.

 

One of the two passed on the location of the treasure, in the form of a map, to a man named John Keating. Keating, with the help of the third mutineer, a man named Boag, later located the treasure on the island but the crew of the ship that had taken them to Cocos demanded a share, facing a mutiny, Keating and Boag hid in the jungle until the crew gave up searching for them and sailed away.

 

After an unknown period, Keating was picked up from the island by a passing ship and claimed that Boag had drowned, although he would later say that he had murdered him and left his body in the cave with the treasure.

 

Before his death in 1882, Keating passed the Cocos secret on to three people (why he did not go back for the bulk of the treasure himself is not clear), his wife, Fred Hackett and Nicholas Fitzgerald.

 

Keating's widow and Fred Hackett teamed up and headed to Cocos - they found nothing. The third man, Nicholas Fitzgerald, did not go in search of the treasure but passed the map Keating had given him to Admiral Henry Palliser - who also found nothing.

 

It has been claimed that frequent earthquakes on the island have destroyed vital landmarks necessary to accurately interpret the clues on the map.

Many have gone in search of the Cocos Treasure, even members of Jacques Cousteau's crew tried their luck with a metal detector during a visit to film the island and its reefs, but as far as we know, all who have searched for it have come back empty handed.

 

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X-Ray of Item 1742 from wreck Peruvian

Typical Lefaucheux Pistol

To add to the mystery, there is an excavation by Gerald Crowley in 2006 of a sunken ship off a small island near Australia. The ship is thought to be, variously spelled, the Peruvian, Peruana, or Pervano. A French Lefaucheux pistol patented in 1845 was recovered, and by X-Ray the serial number was read, less the last digit. From the French records, of the ten possible owners, four may have owned this specific pistol, one being William Doig.

 

John Doig-Hutchison

Lambayeque, c. 1865

Notes for Maria de los Dolores Baraona-Rioja

It has been reported that John married Mrs. Barahona, Countess of Barenhein in Columbia in 1823. It appears that she was actually from Lambayeque, Peru, and they were not married.

Children of John Doig and Mercedes Astigarraga were as follows:

29 i Miguel Guillermo4 Doig-Astigarraga, born 30 Sep 1825 in Lima, Peru; christened 26 Nov 1825 in Santa Ana Parish, Lima, Peru; died aft 1902 in Lima, Peru. Notes: PHOTO of Miguel taken in 1898 in Lima at http://doig.net/PMiguelDoig.jpg

 

Children of John Doig and Maria de los Dolores Baraona-Rioja were as follows:

30 i Juan Ydefosno4 Doig-Baraona, born 1825 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; christened 26 Jan 1825 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. Notes: The parish record lists Juan's mother as Maria de los Baraona Rioja and the father unknown.

31 ii Juana del Carmen4 Doig-Baraona, born 19 Jul 1827 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 3 Aug 1827 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. Notes: Juana was a 'natural' child, which means illegitimate. The parish records reads: (in old spanish) n 507 Año del Señor: en Tres de Agosto de mil ochocientos ve- Juana inte y siete: Yo el Pxesbitexo Don Lazaxo de Villasante, Cu- Carmen Doig xa pxopio de esta Santa Yglesia Matxiz, administxe los Baxaona santos esoxcismos, bautice, puse oleo y cxisma, a una niña, que nacío el día dies y nuebe del pasado Julio a la que puse por nombxe Juana del Caxmen, hija natu ral de Dn Juan Doig, de este Comexcio , y natuxal de la Gran Bxetaña, y de Da María de los Doloxes Baxao- na y Rioja , de esta Vecindad, Fue su madxina la Sxa. Da Clara Fexnz de la Cotexa y Duxan , a quien xecoxdé su obligacion y paxentesco espixitual; fueron testigos el Pxesbitero Dn Santos Baldion , y el Dr Dn Caxlos Del- gado : y paxa que conste lo fixmo juntamente con su padre natuxal. Lazaxo Villasante Juan Doig

+ 32 iii Juan Guillermo4 Doig-Baraona, born 1 Mar 1829 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 4 Mar 1829 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. He married Manuela Barreto.

33 iv Alejandro Hugo4 Doig-Baraona, born 16 Mar 1830 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 15 May 1830 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru.

+ 34 v Juan David4 Doig-Baraona, born 7 Nov 1831 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 23 Nov 1831 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 1 Nov 1914 in Callao, Peru; buried in Presbitero Maestro Cemetery, Lima, Peru. He married (1) Carmen Buenaño; (2) Ysabel Lazares; (3) Julia Castellanos-Santamaria; (4) Susana Zavaleta.

+ 35 vi Juan Patricio4 Doig-Baraona, born 18 Jun 1833 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 3 Jul 1833 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 24 Dec 1900 in Lambayeque, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque, Peru. He married (1) Gregoria Lloc; (2) Maria Natividad Lora-Cherres.

36 vii Juana Amelia4 Doig-Baraona, born 1836 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; christened 20 May 1836 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. Notes: Amelia is known to be alive in Oct 1866 in Lambayeque.

 

10. Ann Campbell3 Doig (David2, David1), born 24 Mar 1794 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 20 Mar 1872 in Miller Road, Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. She married on 21 Aug 1815 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland John McCrorie, born 1781/86 Of Kirkoswald, Ayr, Scotland; died 4 Nov 1847 in Attiquin Farm, Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; buried in Old Cemetery, Maybole, Ayr, Scotland, son of John McCrorie and Jean Ferguson.

Notes for Ann Campbell Doig

Ann Doig or McCrorie is mentioned in the will of her mother as a child of David Doig.

In 1851 Ann MacCrorie was the mother with the family of her son John at Attiguin, Maybole, Ayr. In 1871 Ann Doig or Macrorie was an annuitant at Havelock Ho, Miller Road, Ayr, Ayr with children Anne and William, a servant, and a visitor Jessie A. Cunningham (24 England).

Witness on Anna's death certificate was her son William.

Notes for John McCrorie

[He may be the John born 15 Jan 1789 in Maybole, Ayr, son of Gilbert McCrorie and Margaret McMurtie.]

In 1841 John farmed in Attiquin, Maybole with his wife Anna and children Hugh, Margaret, John, Jean, Janet, Agnes, Charlotte?, Anna, and William, and Robert Gillespie and Elizabeth Munn.

Children of Ann Campbell Doig and John McCrorie were as follows:

+ 37 i Hugh Doig Hutchison4 McCrorie, born 24 Jul 1816 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 23 Feb 1881 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. He married Emily Auber Frances Hutcheson.

38 ii Margaret Logan4 McCrorie, born 5 Oct 1817 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland.

39 iii John4 McCrorie, born 3 Jun 1819 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland.

40 iv Jane Ferguson4 McCrorie, born 21 Oct 1820 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 11 Dec 1896 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland.

41 v Janet4 McCrorie, born 17 Sep 1822 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland.

42 vi Agnes Ronald4 McCrorie, born 10 Oct 1824 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; christened 10 Oct 1824 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland.

43 vii Catherine4 McCrorie, born 23 May 1827 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; christened 23 May 1827 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 22 Jan 1840 in Attiquin Farm, Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; buried in Old Cemetery, Maybole, Ayr, Scotland.

44 viii Niven Doig Hutchison4 McCrorie, born 23 Apr 1829 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland.

45 ix Anne Campbell Doig4 McCrorie, born 2 Aug 1831 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 5 Dec 1888 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland.

+ 46 x William4 McCrorie, born 15 Dec 1833 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 10 Feb 1905 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. He married Euphemia Macg. Auld.

Generation 4

12. Jean (Jane)4 Smith (Elizabeth3 Doig, David2, David1), born 25 Oct 1799 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died aft 1851. She married on 23 Oct 1824 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland John Alexander Steel, born 23 Jun 1801 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland; christened 28 Jun 1801 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland; died bef 1841 in Scotland, son of Thomas Lieutanant Steel and Janet Smith.

Notes for Jean (Jane) Smith

In 1841 Jean Steel lived at Nursery, Ayr with her children Thomas and Elizabeth and John Smith (45 Ayr). In 1851 Jane Steele lived at Newton Terrace, Newton on Ayr with her children Thomas (shipping agent) and Eliza, her sister Elizabeth Smith, and lodger and contendler of customs Robert Scott (37 England).

Children of Jean (Jane) Smith and John Alexander Steel were as follows:

47 i Thomas5 Steel, born 1825/26 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland.

48 ii Elizabeth5 Steel, born 1827/28 in Greenock, Renfrew, Scotland.

 

16. Christian (Christina)4 Doig (David3, David2, David1), born 10 May 1819 in Gorbals, Lanark, Scotland; christened 30 May 1819 in Gorbals, Lanark, Scotland; died 30 Jun 1857 in Lillyburn Cottage, Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. She married on 30 Aug 1847 in 7 Battery Place, Rothesay, Bute, Scotland Alexander McNab, born 13 Apr 1819 in Shelderton, Barony, Lanark, Scotland; christened 9 May 1819 in Barony, Lanark, Scotland; died 1897 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland, son of James McNab and Catherine Marshall.

Notes for Christian (Christina) Doig

MARRIAGE:

They were married by the Rev. Robert Elder. They pledged marriage on 30 July 1847 in Campsie, Stirling. Christaina was listed from the parish of Rothesay, the daughter of David Doig. Alexander was listed from Campsie. Witnesses were James McNab and Alexander McNab.

Notes for Alexander McNab

In 1851 Alexander was a block calico printer residing at Ruybam Cottage, Campsie, Stirling with his wife Christina and son James. In 1861 he was a calico printer at Lillyburn Cottage, Camplie wiht 1 servant. In 1871 he lived at Lillyburn Cottage with son James, nieces Jessie McNab, and Kate McNab, and 2 servants. In 1881 Alexander was a calico printer residing Lillyburn House, Campsie with his second wife Mary, unmarried son James (master calico printer) and Charles (master calico printer), visitors Janet Hunt (widow and annuitant, 60 Rothesay) and Lydia Hunt (unmarried annuitant, 68 England), and 4 servants.

Notes on Hunt visitors:

Janet Duncan Hunt was a sister of Mary Duncan McNab, and Lydia Hunt was Janet's sister-in-law.

Janet, Mary and their sister Margaret Duncan were school mistresses, in England.

Lydia and her sisters Mary and Sarah Ellen were also school mistresses, in England.

Lydia Hunt and Mary Duncan McNab taught together at Gateacre School near Liverpool.

Lydia's nephew, John Hunt, went into business with Mary's husband, Alexander McNab.

MARRIAGE:

They were married by the Rev. Robert Elder. They pledged marriage on 30 July 1847 in Campsie, Stirling. Christaina was listed from the parish of Rothesay, the daughter of David Doig. Alexander was listed from Campsie. Witnesses were James McNab and Alexander McNab.

Children of Christian (Christina) Doig and Alexander McNab were as follows:

49 i James5 McNab, born 13 Mar 1849 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; christened 7 May 1855 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; died 1924 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

50 ii David Doig5 McNab, born 23 Feb 1852 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; christened 7 May 1855 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

51 iii Alexander5 McNab, born 16 Feb 1854 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; christened 7 May 1855 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; died 1856 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

52 iv William5 McNab, born 1856 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland; died 1856 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland.

+ 53 v Charles5 McNab, born 24 Jun 1857 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. He married Mary C. (---).

 

19. Elizabeth4 Doig (David3, David2, David1), born 1824 in Rothesay, Bute, Scotland; christened 4 Sep 1824 in Rothesay, Bute, Scotland; died 13 Oct 1908 in Rothesay, Bute, Scotland. She married on 10 Dec 1856 in 11 Battery Place, Rothesay, Bute, Scotland Rev. John Murdoch, born 23 Apr 1819 in Mortlach, Banff, Scotland; christened 2 May 1819 in Mortlach, Banff, Scotland; died Jul 1883/83 in Croydon, Surrey, England, son of John Murdoch and Jean (Jane) Munro.

Notes for Elizabeth Doig

Elizabeth graduated from Aberdeen College.

Witness to Elizabeth's death certificate was her son D. D. Murdoch of Hartington Lawn, Eastbourne, England.

Notes for Rev. John Murdoch

In 1851 John was minister of the Free Manse of Grange with his sisters Jannet, Jane, and Isabella, and a servant. In 1861 John was Minister Of Free Church Of Grange and A. M. of Kings College, Aberdeen residing at the Free Manse, Grange, Banff with his wife Elizabeth, sons John and David, and several others. In 1881 the Rev. John Murdoch was minister and schoolmaster at Wallington College, Harcourt Road, Beddington, Surrey, England. At home were his wife Elizabeth, children John B. (Graduate of Aberdeen University and commercial clerk), David D. (Undergraduate of Cambridge University and India civil servant), Christina D. (scholar), and 1 assistant teacher, 8 students, and 1 general servant.

Children of Elizabeth Doig and Rev. John Murdoch were as follows:

54 i John Brown5 Murdoch, born 16 Nov 1857 in Grange, Banff, Scotland.

+ 55 ii David Doig5 Murdoch, born 10 Feb 1861 in Grange, Banff, Scotland; died 12 Nov 1951 in Tonbridge, Kent, England. He married Hannah Isabel Mary Mullaby.

56 iii Christian Doig5 Murdoch, born 13 Jan 1864 in Grange, Banff, Scotland.

57 iv Eliza Jane5 Murdoch, born 15 Jan 1867 in Grange, Banff, Scotland.

 

20. Alexander4 McAdam (Jean (Jane)3 Doig, David2, David1), born 1808/09 in Ayrshire, Scotland; died 1845 in Ayrshire, Scotland. He married on 1 Apr 1832 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland Sarah Kennedy, born abt 1811 Of Maybole, Ayr, Scotland.

Notes for Alexander McAdam

[Alexander is not listed in the IGI but appears as closest kin on the Inventory of his mother Jean Doig.]

An Alexander McAdam married Sarah Kennedy on 1 Apr 1832 at Maybole. In 1841 Alexander farmed at Castlehill, Maybole, Ayr with his children Alexander and Marion, and Ann and Mary Kennedy, and others.

Alexander's inventory of his estate was recorded 4 Mar 1845 at Ayr.

Children of Alexander McAdam and Sarah Kennedy were as follows:

58 i Alexander5 McAdam, born 31 Jan 1833 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland.

59 ii James Kennedy5 McAdam, born 4 Oct 1834 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland. Notes: On 29 Apr 1845 James served as heir to his father Alexander, farmer in Castlehill, to Lochlands, recorded 2 July 1845.

60 iii Marion5 McAdam, born 1836/37 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland.

 

27. Agnes Hunter4 Train (Jean (Jane)3 Doig, David2, David1), born 27 May 1827 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 22 Nov 1892 in Oamaru, Otago, New Zealand. She married on 7 Oct 1858 in Dailly, Ayr, Scotland Rev. Alexander Bruce Todd, born 2 Feb 1821 in St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland; christened 16 Feb 1821 in St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland; died 18 Aug 1903 in Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand, son of David Todd and Cecilia Bruce.

Notes for Rev. Alexander Bruce Todd

The Rev. Alexander Bruce Todd, arrived on the 1st of June, 1859. He had been a teacher in St. Andrews, and afterwards missionary in Jamaica. Before coming to Otago he had been labouring with much acceptance in connection with the Free Church at Cowdenbeath, in Fifeshire. He was cordially recommended by the Colonial Committee of the Free Church, and came out, as their letter ran, 'with the view of being appointed to any of the vacant stations within the bounds that may appear to the Presbytery most suitable.' At a congregational meeting held in Tokomairiro on the 14th of June, it was unanimously agreed to invite him to be their minister, and to petition the Presbytery to regard their invitation a« a true call. This was done, and Mr. Todd was inducted on Sabbath, the 7th July, 1859. Mr. Bannerman presided on the occasion, and preached on the Transfiguration of Christ, from Luke ix., 28-37. In tne Divine power whereby that transfiguration was wrought, Mr. Todd began and carried on for about ten years a ministry that was highly prized by the people and fruitful of lasting good. [Fifty years syne: a jubilee memorial of the Presbyterian Church of Otago, by James Chisholm, 1898]

Obituary - Oamaru Mail, 18 Aug 1903:

DEATH OF THE REV. A. B. TODD

By Telegraph, Duneden, August 18. The Rev. A. B. Todd, Presbyterian minister, died this morning, aged 82 years. The Rev. Alexander Bruce Todd was born in the ancient city of St. Andrews, Scotland, on the 1st. February, 1821, and was educated at the school and college of his native town. His father was in business, and on leaving school he accepted a mercantile vocation. But there was another destiny in store for him. As a convert of William Burns in the revival of 1839, he resolved to adopt a ministerial career, and entered upon a course of .study to that end. Having devoted a year to study at Si. Andrews' University, ill-health put a temporary stop to his studies, and he went, to Jamaica, where he had charge of the Falmouth Academy for three years, and he was wont to refer to his sojourn there, as providing him with a most interesting sphere of labor. Returning to Scotland, he resumed and finished his arts curriculum at the University of Edinburgh, and thereafter attended the Theological College of the Free Church. He was licensed to preach by the Free Church Presbytery of St. Andrews in the year 1855. As a probationer he labored for a year among the miners of Cowdenbeath, Forfarshire, and for several months at Kirkoswald, Ayrshire. He was ordained to the office of the ministry in Maybole, Ayrshire, in 1858, and the same year he married Miss Train, of Dailly, the daughter of Dr Train, a representative of an old Ayrshire family. On the 1st January, 1859, Mr and Mrs Todd set sail for New Zealand, with Otago as their destination. The Mariner, the ship by which they were passengers, had on board a number of German immigrants, who came out to a German settlement in the Nelson province, and the vessel being delayed at Nelson for a month in consequence, it was not. till June, 1859, that they arrived in Dunedin. He was the fifth Presbyterian minister who arrived in the colony, being preceded by the Revs. Thos. Burns, W. Will, W. Bannerman, and Dr Stuart. Mr Todd was cordially recommended by the Colonial Committee of the Free Church. At the time of his arrival in Dunedin the members of the Tokomairiro congregation were very anxious to secure a good man, and at a meeting held in Tokomairiro on the 14th June, 1859, it was unanimously resolved to invite Mr Todd to be the minister and to petition the Presbytery to regard their invitation as a true call. This was done, and the deceased was inducted on the 7th July, 1859, the Rev. W. Bannerman presiding. He labored in the Tokomairiro charge for ten years, and zealously and faithfully carried on the work. The field of his labors was an extended one, and it is recorded that he was the first minister who preached to the miners in Gabriel's Gully. In 1869, the Rev. Mr Todd accepted a call, to St. Paul's, Oamaru. At that time churches were few and far between, and Mr Todd's ministrations extended over a large area in which successful churches have since been established. For many years he paid periodical visits to the outlying posts of his extensive charge, travelling away up the Waitaki and in other directions when the means of transit were still in the primitive stage. Thus lie added still further to the experience already gained in the south of the difficulties to be encountered by a minister of the gospel who desired to discharge to the full hit; high mission in a new and sparsely peopled land. At the time of his coming here St. Paul's Church was not as it is now. Only part of the handsome structure had been erected, and it was not until 1875 that it was completed. How Presbyterianism flourished under the guiding hand of the Rev. Mr Todd the existence of many nourishing churches to-day is witness. For a quarter of a century he laborred zealously and well, but in 1894 he intimated to the congregation his intention of retiring on the score of failing health, and at the close of the year his retirement fook effect. The reverend gentleman was, however, honored by being accorded the position of senior minister of St. Paul's; everyone knows it was a long time before the congregation came to a sufficiently unanimous mind to ensure the appointment of a successor, and so Mr Todd remained in close touch with, its affairs for many months. When, however, the severance came at last, the session on the 21st November adopted the following minute, which speaks for itself of the regard in which the retiring pastor was held:-'The Session desire to place- on record their high appreciation of the long and faithful services of their late minister, the Rev. A. B. Todd, during his lengthy pastorate of more than a quarter of a century. They also wish to recognise his valuable help during the eight months following his resignation. They express their sincere regret that failing health and advancing age. necessitate his retirement, from the charge, and hope lie may long be spared to enjoy God's best blessings with health, happiness, and prosperity spiritually and temporally during the remainder of his; days.' Some little time afterwards, the reverend gentleman, having in the meantime lost by death the life partner who had to him been in truth a loving helpmeet., resolved to take up his residence in Dunedin, and he was accorded a hearty public farewell. During his long career here Mr Todd took an active part in public projects designed to promote the welfare of the people. He was for many years actively associated with the Athenaeum, and had no small share in the work of laying the foundation of its success. He took a particularly active interest in educational matters, and served many years as a member of School Committee. His life in Duneden had not been one of leisured idleness. Though no longer a minister in active service he had found much good and acceptable work to do in visiting the sick mid sorrowing. This he continued with unremitting zeal until he could no longer get, about, and since then he carried on his self-imposed mission by means of letters designed to bring comfort and consolation. The reverend gentleman has left one daughter and four sons to mourn their loss, Miss Todd having been a. nurse to him during his illness. Of the sons the Rev. A. B. Todd is the Presbyterian minister at Geraldine; Mr William Todd is, we believe, assistant to the Rev. Mr Hewitson at Knox Church, Dunedin: Mr James Todd was for some time a, missionary in China, and afterwards was afterwards associated with the Moody Institute in America presided over by Dr Torrey, but has just returned to Dunedin ; and Mr David Todd is engaged in mercantile pursuits in Duneden.

Children of Agnes Hunter Train and Rev. Alexander Bruce Todd were as follows:

61 i Rev. Alexander Bruce5 Todd, born 1860 in Oamaru, Otago, New Zealand. Notes: Alexander graduated from the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand with a BA in 1881. In the case of Mr Alexander Bruce Todd, student in divinity, B.A. of New Zealand University, who attended the Theological Hall of the Presbyterian Church of Otago and Southland for two Sessions, thereafter continued his studies for other two Sessions at the New College in Edinburgh, where he performed all the work of the classes, and passed the Exit Examination, and who now applies for leave to be taken on trials for licence by the Presbytery of Edinburgh, before returning to New Zealand'the General Assembly, on the Report of their Committee, with acquiescence of parties, agree to grant the application, and allow Mr Todd to be taken on trials for licence. [Acts of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, 1885]

62 ii William Train5 Todd, born 1862 in Oamaru, Otago, New Zealand.

63 iii James Henry5 Todd, born 1864 in New Zealand. Notes: James worked with the Moody Institute in Amarica.

64 iv David5 Todd, born abt 1866 in New Zealand. Notes: David was a merchant in Duneden, New Zealand.

65 v Daughter5 Todd, born abt 1868 in New Zealand.

 

28. Lady Charlotte Niven4 Doig-Hutchison (Hugh3, David2, David1), born 20 Apr 1816 in St. Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland; christened 2 May 1816 in St. Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland; died 25 Jun 1902 in Newton Mearns, Renfrew, Scotland. She married on 1 Oct 1832 in Dalrymple, Ayr, Scotland Sir Thomas Montgomery Cunningham 8th Baronet of Corsehill, born 1808 in London, England; died 30 Aug 1870 in London, England, son of Sir James Montgomery Cunningham Baronet and Lady Jessie Jane Cuming.

Notes for Lady Charlotte Niven Doig-Hutchison

Charlotte was born about 4 months after her father's death.

See 1817 note on Jamaica slaves in her father's notes.

William Niven, a friend of Robert Burns and prominent citizen of Maybole, Ayr, died in 1844 and left much of his wealth, over £100,000, to his grand-niece Charlotte Niven Doig Hutchison.

The Edinburgh Gazette, Legal Notice, June 5, 1829:

In the Process of Ranking and Sale at the instance of Miss Charlotte Niven Hutchison of Southfield, only Child procreated at the marriage between the deceased Hugh Doig Hutchison of Southfield and the also now deceased Charlotte Hughes Niven of Kirtleton, who was afterwards Wife of John Bell, Esquire, of Dunnabie, and only Child and Apparent Heir of the said Charlotte Hughes Niven, with consent of William Niven, Esquire, of Kirkbride, Curator of the said Charlotte Niven Hutchison, and with concourse of His Majesty's Advocate for His Majesty's interest, against the Creditors of the said Charlotte Hughes Niven, the Lord Meadowbank, Ordinary, by interlocutor of date the 19th day of May current, assigned the 30th day of June next to the whole Creditors to produce all their claims, rights, and diligences compentent to them respectively against the common debtor or her estate, and that for the First Term; with certification as in a Reduction-Improbation. First Division - Mr. Bruce, Clerk. Wm. Stewart, W.S. Agent. May 25 1829.

The Edinburgh Gazette, 26 Feb 1830:

FIRST INTIMATION'SECOND TERM.

IN the Process of Ranking and Sale raised at the instance of Miss CHARLOTTE NIVEN HUTCHESON of Southfield, only Child procreated of the Marriage between the deceased Hugh Doig Hutcheson of Southfield, and the also now deceased Charlotte Hughes Niven of Kirtleton, who was afterwards Wife of John Bell, Esquire, of Dunnabie, and only Child and apparent heir of the said Charlotte Hughes Niven, with consent of William Niven, Esquire, of Kirkbride, Curator of the said Charlotte Niven Hutcheson, and with concourse of His Majesty's Advocate for His Majesty's interest, against the Creditors of the said Charlotte Hughes Niven, the Lord Meadowbank, Ordinary, by interlocutor of date the 23d day of February 1830, assigned ' the third sederunt-day of May next, to the whole Creditors of the Common Debtor, to produce their claims, rights, and diligences, competent to them respectively against the Common Debtor, or her estate, and whole vouchers thereof, and that for the SECOND TERM ; with certification, that what writs shall not be produced shali be held as false and forged, in so far as they may affect the Common Debtor's estate, and the interest of the Creditors therein, who have produced, or who shall produce, their rights and diligences affecting the same.'And ordains intimation or notice to be made to all parties concerned by the Minute-Book, and also by inserting this interlocutor in the Edinburgh Gazette weekly for three weeks successively next after this date.'

Mr. Bruce, Clerk. William Stewart, W. S. Common Agent.

In 1871 Charlotte Montgomery-Cunningham was a widow and landowner at Taplow Lodge, Taplow, Buckingham with visitor Catherine Ritchie (widow, 59 Scotland) and 7 servants.

MARRIAGE:

Thomas was listed from Dalrymple and Chalotte from Maybole.

'Aberdeen Journal,' 10 Oct 1832:

On the 1st current, at the house of William Niven, Esq., of Kirkbride, by the Rev. George Gray, Thomas Montgomery Cunninghame, Esq., second son of Sir James Montgomery Cunninghame, Baronet, of Corsehill and Kirktonholm, to Miss Charlotte Niven D. Hutcheson, of Southfield.

Notes for Sir Thomas Montgomery Cunningham 8th Baronet of Corsehill

Thomas was the 8th Earl Montgomerie-Cunninghame of Corsehill. In 1841 Thomas lived on independent means at Barns Street, Ayr with his wife Charlotte, children William, Jessie, and Arthur, and servants Maryan Vaughn (22 England), Lilias Doeg (36 England), and Ann Hunter (38 Ayrshire). They later lived at Kirkbride. In 1861 Baronet Thomas Cunningham resided at 39 Princes Gate, St. Margaret Westminster, Middlesex, London with wife Charlotte, son William (Capt. Army), daughters Jessie and Eleanor, and 5 servants.

Stirling Observer, 28 Oct 1858: (and several other papers)

Her Majesty has been pleased to permit, Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Thomas Montgomery Cunningham, Bart., whose resignation was notified in the Gazette on the 14th of September, to retain the honory rank of lieutenant-colonel.

The Examiner and London Review, 3 Sept 1870:

On Thursday the death of Sir Thomas Montgomery Cunningham was announced. The deceased, who was the eighth baronet, was born in 1808, and was for some time in the 94th Foot, and Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel of the Royal Ayrshire Rifles [receuved the post in 1855]. He is succeeded in his title and estate by his son James, Captain in the Rifle Brigade, who was born in 1834.

The Western Time (Exeter), 6 Dec 1870: (and several other papers)

The will Sir Thomas Montgomery Cunninghame, Bart., of Corshill, Ayrshire, Scotland, and 16, Princess terrace, Hyde Park, was proved in the London Court on the 19th ult. The personalty the United Kingdom was sworn under £14,000. He has left his real estates in Buckinghamshire to Lady Cuninghaine, his relict, for her life, and after her ladyship's decease to his right heirs. He leaves his leasehold estates in England, together with all other his personal estate, to her ladyship absolutely. Sir Thomas died August 30 last, aged 70. He was nobly descended,and claimed the extinct Earldom of Glencairn.

MARRIAGE:

Thomas was listed from Dalrymple and Chalotte from Maybole.

'Aberdeen Journal,' 10 Oct 1832:

On the 1st current, at the house of William Niven, Esq., of Kirkbride, by the Rev. George Gray, Thomas Montgomery Cunninghame, Esq., second son of Sir James Montgomery Cunninghame, Baronet, of Corsehill and Kirktonholm, to Miss Charlotte Niven D. Hutcheson, of Southfield.

Children of Lady Charlotte Niven Doig-Hutchison and Sir Thomas Montgomery Cunningham 8th Baronet of Corsehill were as follows:

+ 66 i Sir William James Montgomery5 Cunningham, born 20 May 1834 in Milncraig, Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; christened 8 Aug 1834 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 11 Nov 1897 in Lowestoft, Suffolk, England; buried in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland. He married Elizabeth Hartopp.

+ 67 ii Jessie Augusta Montgomery5 Cunningham, born 12 Aug 1835 in Tarbolton, Ayr, Scotland; christened 15 Sep 1835 in Tarbolton, Ayr, Scotland; died 13 Jul 1908 in Windsor, Surrey, Enbgland. She married Augustus Anthony Frederick Irby.

68 iii Arthur Hugh5 Cunningham, born 18 Dec 1836 in Milncraig, Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; christened 10 Apr 1837 in Tarbolton, Ayr, Scotland; died 1850.

69 iv Walter5 Cunningham, born 1841/42 in Milncraig, Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 1856 in Lasswade, Midlothian, Scotland.

70 v Edith Jane5 Cunningham, born abt 1843; died 1855.

71 vi Eleanor Montgomery5 Cunningham, born 1844/45 in Scotland.

72 vii Alice5 Cunningham, born 7 May 1847 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland; died 7 May 1847 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. Notes: Obituary - The Gentleman's Magazine (London, England), Volume 181, 1847: May 7. Alice, infant dau. of Sir Thomas Montgomery Cunninghame, Bart.

 

32. Juan Guillermo4 Doig-Baraona (John3, David2, David1), born 1 Mar 1829 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 4 Mar 1829 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. He married Manuela Barreto, born abt 1833.

Notes for Juan Guillermo Doig-Baraona

Guillermo was a Notary Public in Lambayeque.

Children of Juan Guillermo Doig-Baraona and Manuela Barreto were as follows:

73 i Juan Antonio5 Doig Barreto, born 20 Mar 1854 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 23 Mar 1854 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru.

 

34. Juan David4 Doig-Baraona (John3, David2, David1), born 7 Nov 1831 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 23 Nov 1831 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 1 Nov 1914 in Callao, Peru; buried in Presbitero Maestro Cemetery, Lima, Peru. He married (1) Not married Carmen Buenaño, born abt 1837; (2) Not married Ysabel Lazares, born abt 1848; (3) Not married Julia Castellanos-Santamaria, born abt 1856 in Lambayeque, Peru; died 15 May 1900 in Lambayeque, Peru, daughter of Marcelino Castellanos and Gervacia Santamaria; (4) abt 1884 in Peru Susana Zavaleta, born abt 1864.

Notes for Juan David Doig-Baraona

David lived in Lambayeque, Peru. He was buried in Cuartel San Ramon 10-A in the Presbitero Maestro Cemetery in Lima.

Children of Juan David Doig-Baraona and Carmen Buenaño were as follows:

+ 74 i Maximiliano5 Doig-Buenaño, born 1 Nov 1857 in Lima, Peru; christened 1 Mar 1858 in San Lazaro Parish, Lima, Peru; died 1 Jul 1911 in Lima, Peru; buried 2 Jul 1911 in Presbitero Maestro Cemetery, Lima, Peru. He married (1) Maria Crisofora Boas-Salazar; (2) Delia Moreno; (3) Maria Del Mar; (4) Edelmira Dansey.

Children of Juan David Doig-Baraona and Ysabel Lazares were as follows:

75 i Daniel5 Doig-Lazares, born 23 May 1868 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 23 May 1868 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru.

Children of Juan David Doig-Baraona and Julia Castellanos-Santamaria were as follows:

+ 76 i Elias5 Doig-Castellanos, born 26 Dec 1871 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 26 Feb 1872 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 1914/15. He married (1) Clorinda Gamarra; (2) Maria Delfina Estela-Renteria.

+ 77 ii Carlos Alberto5 Doig-Castellanos, born 23 Sep 1874 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 5 Dec 1874 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 25 Jan 1930 in Chiclayo, Peru; buried in El Carmen Cemetery, Chiclayo, Peru. He married (1) Maria Natividad Tejada-Vilchez; (2) Louisa Pastor; (3) Maria Castro.

Children of Juan David Doig-Baraona and Susana Zavaleta were as follows:

+ 78 i Cesar David5 Doig-Zavaleta, born 23 Jan 1885 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 16 Oct 1885 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. He married (1) Mrs. Ruesta; (2) Julia Elvira Sanchez-Pomar.

+ 79 ii Aurelio Carlos5 Doig-Zavaleta, born 2 Dec 1886 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 11 Jun 1887 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 1960/65 in Mexico. He married Constanza Gandara-Vesanz.

80 iii Matias Alfredo5 Doig-Zavaleta, born 19 Jul 1892 in Lima, Peru; christened 14 Aug 1895 in Del Sagrario Parish, Lima, Peru.

 

35. Juan Patricio4 Doig-Baraona (John3, David2, David1), born 18 Jun 1833 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 3 Jul 1833 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 24 Dec 1900 in Lambayeque, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque, Peru. He married (1) Not married Gregoria Lloc, born 1835/36 in Lambayeque, Peru; died 21 Nov 1910 in Lambayeque, Peru; (2) on 25 Jul 1878 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru Maria Natividad Lora-Cherres, born 1859/60 in Lambayeque, Peru; died 22 Sep 1927 in Puerto Pacasmayo, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque, Peru, daughter of Julian Lora and Rudecinda Cherres.

Notes for Juan Patricio Doig-Baraona

Juan Patricio was confirmed a Catholic on 4 Nov 1885 at San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque; the Godfather of Confirmation was Adolfo Paredes.

Juan and his wife Maria were buried in the Mausoleo Familia Doig Buendia in El Angel Cemetery in Lambayeque.

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Children of Juan Patricio Doig-Baraona and Gregoria Lloc were as follows:

+ 81 i Augusto5 Doig-Lloc, born 16 Jan 1869 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 24 Jan 1869 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 20 Sep 1926 in Chiclayo, Peru; buried in El Carmen Cemetery, Chiclayo, Peru. He married (1) Sara Ortiz; (2) Manuela Paredes-Baca.

82 ii Maria del Carmen5 Doig-Lloc, born 15 Sep 1870 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 9 Oct 1870 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru.

Children of Juan Patricio Doig-Baraona and Maria Natividad Lora-Cherres were as follows:

+ 83 i Juan Federico5 Doig-Lora, born 26 Jun 1878 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 1 Nov 1893 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 28 Feb 1927 in Bolivar, Argentina. He married (1) Teresa Santoyo; (2) Maria Ysabel Lopez-Mimbela; (3) Maria Magdalena Fourcans.

+ 84 ii Luis Victor5 Doig-Lora, born 4 Dec 1880 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 18 Mar 1882 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 5 Oct 1970 in Lambayeque, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque, Peru. He married (1) Adriana Paredes; (2) Juana Rosa Martinez; (3) Rosa Elena Buendia-Castellanos; (4) Elva Orbegozo.

85 iii Alejandro Enrique5 Doig-Lora, born abt 1882 in Lambayeque, Peru; died 7 Jul 1884 in Lambayeque, Peru.

86 iv Blanca Rosa5 Doig-Lora, born 21 Feb 1883 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 12 Nov 1893 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 1 Jan 1919 in Peru. Notes: Blanca did not marry. She died at age 35 and was buried in the Mausoleo Famelia Doig Buendia at El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque.

+ 87 v Maria Angela5 Doig-Lora, born 2 Oct 1884 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 12 Nov 1893 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 27 Oct 1974 in Lima, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lima, Peru. She married Miguel Barraza-Leyva.

+ 88 vi Juan Manuel5 Doig-Lora, born 30 Jul 1890 in Lambayeque, Peru; died 25 Aug 1966 in Lima, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lima, Peru. He married (1) Matilde Salcedo; (2) Blanca Ramos; (3) Maria Montenegro; (4) Victoria Sime; (5) Julia Sarela Suing.

+ 89 vii Carlos Alberto5 Doig-Lora, born 30 Aug 1896 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 7 Mar 1910 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 11 Jul 1965 in Chiclayo, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque, Peru. He married (1) Maria Margarita Padovani; (2) Aida Rojas.

+ 90 viii Patricio5 Doig-Lora, born 4 Dec 1900 in Lambayeque, Peru; died 7 May 1933 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married Yda Lossio-Salazar.

 

37. Hugh Doig Hutchison4 McCrorie (Ann Campbell3 Doig, David2, David1), born 24 Jul 1816 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 23 Feb 1881 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. He married Emily Auber Frances Hutcheson, born 1832/34 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, daughter of James Hutcheson and Isabella (---).

Notes for Hugh Doig Hutchison McCrorie

In 1861 Hugh was a ship broker at 25 Burnside Cot, Dundonald, Ayr with wife Emily, 3 children, and a servant.

Children of Hugh Doig Hutchison McCrorie and Emily Auber Frances Hutcheson were as follows:

91 i Margaret Gibson5 McCrorie, born 22 May 1855 in Troon, Dundonald, Ayr, Scotland.

92 ii John5 McCrorie, born 12 Jan 1857 in Troon, Dundonald, Ayr, Scotland.

93 iii Isabella Frances5 McCrorie, born 17 Jan 1859 in Troon, Dundonald, Ayr, Scotland.

94 iv Charlotte5 McCrorie, born 14 Jul 1860 in Troon, Dundonald, Ayr, Scotland; died Infant in Troon, Dundonald, Ayr, Scotland.

95 v Hugh5 McCrorie, born 12 Aug 1861 in Troon, Dundonald, Ayr, Scotland.

96 vi Ann Campbell5 McCrorie, born 4 May 1863 in Troon, Dundonald, Ayr, Scotland; died Infant in Troon, Dundonald, Ayr, Scotland.

97 vii William Hutcheson5 McCrorie, born 18 Jul 1865 in Troon, Dundonald, Ayr, Scotland.

98 viii Craigie Douglas Hutcheson5 McCrorie, born 27 Apr 1867 in Troon, Dundonald, Ayr, Scotland.

99 ix Emily Jane Hutcheson5 McCrorie, born 14 Nov 1870 in Troon, Dundonald, Ayr, Scotland.

100 x Ann Campbell Doig5 McCrorie, born 23 Apr 1872 in Troon, Dundonald, Ayr, Scotland.

101 xi David Doig5 McCrorie, born 6 Jul 1874 in Troon, Dundonald, Ayr, Scotland. Notes: David received a campaign medal awarded to Merchant Seamen in WWI. He arrived as a member of the crew of the 'Siberian Prince' on 23 Jan 1923 in Astoria, Oregon.

 

46. William4 McCrorie (Ann Campbell3 Doig, David2, David1), born 15 Dec 1833 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 10 Feb 1905 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland. He married in 1875 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland Euphemia Macg. Auld, born 15 Mar 1840 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland, daughter of Robert Auld and Janet Campbell Aikman.

Notes for William McCrorie

In 1871 William was a procurator employing 3 clerks and living with his mother at Haverlock Road, Mille Road, Ayr, Ayr. In 1881 William was a solicitor residing at Miller Road, 1 Windsor Villas, Ayr, Ayr (page 25) with his wife Euphemia, children Winifred and Wilfred C., and servants Mary A. Montgomerie (housemaid), Margaret Davidson (cook), and Ellen McGowan (nurse). In 1901 he was a solicitor and bank agent at 13 S. Park Road, Ayr with Euphemia, son Wilfred (law clerk), ladies companion Isabella G. Todd (33 Falkirk, Stirling), and 2 servants.

Children of William McCrorie and Euphemia Macg. Auld were as follows:

102 i Winifred5 McCrorie, born 1876/77 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland.

103 ii Wilfred C.5 McCrorie, born 1877/78 in Ayr, Ayr, Scotland.

Generation 5

53. Charles5 McNab (Christian (Christina)4 Doig, David3, David2, David1), born 24 Jun 1857 in Campsie, Stirling, Scotland. He married Mary C. (---), born 1866/67 in Cheshire, England.

Notes for Charles McNab

In 1891 Charles was a calico printer at Clina Line, Kirkintilloch, Dumbarton wiht wife Marh, son Alexander, and 3 servants - a maid, a cook, and a nurse.

Children of Charles McNab and Mary C. (---) were as follows:

104 i Alexander6 McNab, born 1890 in Georgia, Dumbarton, Scotland.

 

55. David Doig5 Murdoch (Elizabeth4 Doig, David3, David2, David1), born 10 Feb 1861 in Grange, Banff, Scotland; died 12 Nov 1951 in Tonbridge, Kent, England. He married in 1895/96 in Madras, India Hannah Isabel Mary Mullaby, born 1870/71 in Madras, India; died Jul 1936/36 in Tonbridge, Kent, England.

Notes for David Doig Murdoch

David was educated at Aberdeen University. He was admitted at King's, Cambridge University on 7 Oct 1880. He was appointed to the I.C.S in 1880, served in Madras as Assistant Collector and Magistrate in 1882, and head Assistant in 1890. David became Deputy Commissioner of Salt and Revenue (S. Division), in 1894, Sub Collector and Joint Magistrate in 1896, Collector and Magistrate in 1897, and District and Sessions Judge in 1905. He retired in Nov 1908. (Kings' Coll. Reg; I.C.S. Lists.)

David and Hannah had children. In 1908 they lived at Hartington Lawn, Eastbourne, England. They also lived in Hampshire, England. In 1911 he was an India civil service pensioner at 14 Grassington Road, St. Fillans, Eastbourne with Hannah, daughter Maisie, niece Agnes E. Kirkman (18 Auckland, NZ), a visitor, and 2 servants; they reported being married 15 years with only one child.

Murdoch David Doig of Rosemount Private Hotel Mount Ephraim Tunbridge Wells, died 12 November 1951 Probate London 15 January to David Luke Vernon Hanson, solicior. Effects L4311 18s.

Children of David Doig Murdoch and Hannah Isabel Mary Mullaby were as follows:

105 i Maisie Marguerite6 Murdoch, born 5 Apr 1897 in Madras, India; christened 12 May 1897 in Octacamend, Madras, India.

 

66. Sir William James Montgomery5 Cunningham (Charlotte Niven4 Doig-Hutchison, Hugh3, David2, David1), born 20 May 1834 in Milncraig, Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; christened 8 Aug 1834 in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland; died 11 Nov 1897 in Lowestoft, Suffolk, England; buried in Maybole, Ayr, Scotland. He married Elizabeth Hartopp, born Jul 1847/47 in Dalby Hall, Leicestershire, England, daughter of Edward B. Hartopp.

Notes for Sir William James Montgomery Cunningham

In 1861 William was a Captain in the Army. In 1871 he was a Major on half pay, the son-in-law of Edward B. Hartopp at Little Dalby Hall, Little Dalby Leicestershire, England along with wife Elizabeth, daughter Edith, and many others. In 1881 he was a Baronet landowner at Glenmoor, Crosshill, Kirkmichael, Ayr with Elizabeth, children Edith, Violet, Thomas, and Edward, and 10 visitors and workers.

Dumfries and Galloway Standard, 27 Dec 1854:

Lieutenant Cunninghame honourably mentioned in Lord Raglan's dispatch for the distinguished part he took in the gallant encounter of the 21st ultimo, is the son of Sir Thomas Montgomery Cunninghame, Baronet of Corsehill, & c., in the county of Ayr.

William was awarded the Victoria Cross for bravery at Sebastapol in the Crimean War. On 14 June 2007 a placque was unveiled in Maybole to commemorate this event.

Children of Sir William James Montgomery Cunningham and Elizabeth Hartopp were as follows:

106 i Edith6 Cunningham, born 1870 in London, England.

107 ii Elizabeth Montgomerry6 Cunningham, born 1873/74; died 1874 in Kirkmichael, Ayr, Scotland.

108 iii Violet6 Cunningham, born 1875/76 in England.

109 iv Thomas6 Cunningham, born 1876/77 in England.

110 v Edward6 Cunningham, born 1878/79 in England.

 

67. Jessie Augusta Montgomery5 Cunningham (Charlotte Niven4 Doig-Hutchison, Hugh3, David2, David1), born 12 Aug 1835 in Tarbolton, Ayr, Scotland; christened 15 Sep 1835 in Tarbolton, Ayr, Scotland; died 13 Jul 1908 in Windsor, Surrey, Enbgland. She married on 22 May 1866 in Corsehill, Ayr, Scotland Augustus Anthony Frederick Irby, born 12 Feb 1820 in Burnham, Buckingham, England; died 5 Apr 1870 in Uxbridge, Middlesex, England.

Notes for Jessie Augusta Montgomery Cunningham

In 1871 Jessie A. Irby was a widow living on income from dividends at Putney Dale Rockhampton Ville, Putney, Surrey with her daughters Charlotte and Cecilia, sister Eleanor M. Cunningham, and 3 servants.

Children of Jessie Augusta Montgomery Cunningham and Augustus Anthony Frederick Irby were as follows:

111 i Charlotte Augusta6 Irby, born 22 Oct 1868 in Burnham, Buckingham, England. Notes: Charlotte married in July/Sept 1888 in St. George Hanover Square, London.

112 ii Lady Cecilia Constance6 Irby, born 23 Feb 1870 in Burnham, Buckingham, England; died Jan 1938/38 in Surrey South Western, Surrey, England. She married on 13 Mar 1890 in Buckingham, England Lord George Florance Boston Baron, born 1860/61 in Hitcham, Buckinghamshire, England.

 

74. Maximiliano5 Doig-Buenaño (Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 1 Nov 1857 in Lima, Peru; christened 1 Mar 1858 in San Lazaro Parish, Lima, Peru; died 1 Jul 1911 in Lima, Peru; buried 2 Jul 1911 in Presbitero Maestro Cemetery, Lima, Peru. He married (1) on 15 Feb 1886 in San Lazaro Parish, Lima, Peru Maria Crisofora Boas-Salazar, born 1865/66 in Lima, Peru; died 1953 in Lima, Peru, daughter of Juan Augustin Boas and Carmen Antonia Salazar; (2) Not married Delia Moreno, born abt 1876; (3) Not married Maria Del Mar, born abt 1880; (4) Not married Edelmira Dansey.

Notes for Maximiliano Doig-Buenaño

Maximiliano was a famous architect and designed important buildings of the period in Lima, including the Central Main Post Office. He lived in Lima.

Maximiliano was buried in Cuartel San Rafael 92-C in the Presbitero Maestro Cemetery in Lima.

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PHOTOS at http://doig.net/PMaximilianoDoig.jpg and http://doig.net/PMaximilianoDoig2.jpg

MARRIAGE:

The wedding ceremony was performed by the Archbishop.

Notes for Maria Crisofora Boas-Salazar

Maria's marriage certificate says she was born in Lima. Also reported as born in Valparaiso, Chile: As told by great-granddaughter: I'm sure that my great grandmother Maria Boas was born in Chile (Valparaiso), because my uncle Eduardo told me that and because she told my aunt Elena Doig (Alejandro Doig's daughter), 86, that she and her family came to Peru. When the war Peru vs. Chile happened part of her family went back to Chile because of hostility to Chileans, she remembered that she was 13 years old when the war started (1879). Her parents were Agustin Boas and Carmen Salazar; brothers: Tomas and David; aunts: Cinda and Mariquita Boas.

Also reported born in Lima, Peru.

PHOTO at http://doig.net/PMariaBoas.jpg

MARRIAGE:

The wedding ceremony was performed by the Archbishop.

Children of Maximiliano Doig-Buenaño and Maria Crisofora Boas-Salazar were as follows:

113 i Maximiliano6 Doig-Boas, born 4 May 1886 in Lima, Peru; christened 18 May 1886 in San Lazaro Parish, Lima, Peru.

+ 114 ii Eduardo Jose6 Doig-Boas, born 12 May 1888 in Lima, Peru; christened 26 May 1888 in San Lazaro Parish, Lima, Peru; died 1950 in Lima, Peru. He married Laura Mercedes Ortiz.

115 iii David Pablo6 Doig-Boas, born 10 Aug 1889 in Lima, Peru; christened 29 Aug 1889 in San Lazaro Parish, Lima, Peru; died 17 Feb 1890 in Lima, Peru. Notes: Birth also reported 10 Sept 1889.

+ 116 iv Alejandro Aurelio6 Doig-Boas, born 12 Nov 1890 in Lima, Peru; christened 2 Jun 1891 in San Lazaro Parish, Lima, Peru; died 1 Oct 1968 in Chiclayo, Peru; buried in El Carmen Cemetery, Chiclayo, Peru. He married (1) Mrs. Cerpa; (2) Asuncion Valcarcel; (3) Angela Gastiaburu.

117 v Manuel Enrique6 Doig-Boas, born 16 Nov 1893 in Lima, Peru; christened 31 Jan 1894 in San Lazaro Parish, Lima, Peru; died aft 1948. He married abt 1920 in Peru Louisa Parrinello, born abt 1895. Notes: Manuel was alive in 1948 in Lima. He and Louisa had no children.

118 vi Lizandro Filomeno6 Doig-Boas, born 29 Nov 1895 in Lima, Peru; christened 23 Apr 1896 in San Lazaro Parish, Lima, Peru. Notes: Lizandro moved to argentina with a theater company and never came back to Peru.

+ 119 vii Andres Avelino Gonzalo6 Doig-Boas, born 10 Nov 1897 in Lima, Peru; christened 16 Jan 1898 in San Lazaro Parish, Lima, Peru; died 20 Jun 1957 in Pucala, Peru. He married (1) Blanca Rosa Barnuevo; (2) Hortensia Bustamante; (3) Josephina Alvarado; (4) Rosa Zamora.

Children of Maximiliano Doig-Buenaño and Delia Moreno were as follows:

120 i Tomas David6 Doig-Moreno, born 21 Dec 1896 in Lima, Peru; christened 23 Feb 1897 in Del Sagario Parish, Lima, Peru.

Children of Maximiliano Doig-Buenaño and Maria Del Mar were as follows:

121 i Pablo Maximiliano6 Doig-Del Mar, born 4 Apr 1901 in Lima, Peru; christened 14 Apr 1913 in San Sebastian Parish, Lima, Peru.

Children of Maximiliano Doig-Buenaño and Edelmira Dansey were as follows:

+ 122 i Marina Alicia6 Doig-Dansey, born 1903 in Cerro de Pasco, Peru. She married (1) Henry Guauth; (2) Domingo Castañeda.

+ 123 ii Consuelo6 Doig-Dansey, born abt 1902 in Peru. She married Placido Galindo.

+ 124 iii Elias Jorge6 Doig-Dansey, born 26 Sep 1904 in Lima, Peru; christened 21 Nov 1904 in Del Sagario Parish, Lima, Peru. He married Amalia Pasara.

125 iv Manuel Guillermo6 Doig-Dansey, born 2 Jul 1906 in Lima, Peru; christened 12 Nov 1906 in Del Sagario Parish, Lima, Peru.

+ 126 v Carmen Rosa6 Doig-Dansey, born 18 Apr 1908 in Lima, Peru; christened 29 May 1908 in Del Sagario Parish, Lima, Peru. She married Miguel Alegre.

+ 127 vi Manuel Antonio6 Doig-Dansey, born 3 Jun 1910 in Lima, Peru; died 3 Oct 1959 in Lima, Peru. He married Ana Victoria Bascones.

 

76. Elias5 Doig-Castellanos (Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 26 Dec 1871 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 26 Feb 1872 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 1914/15. He married (1) Not married Clorinda Gamarra, born abt 1877; (2) on 27 Dec 1910 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru Maria Delfina Estela-Renteria, born 25 Dec 1872 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 9 Jan 1873 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru, daughter of Jose Manuel Estela and Filomena Renteria.

Children of Elias Doig-Castellanos and Clorinda Gamarra were as follows:

+ 128 i Carmen Olinda6 Doig-Gamarra, born 30 May 1897 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 11 Oct 1897 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 28 Mar 1944 in Lambayeque, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque, Peru. She married Maximo Alfredo Castillo.

Children of Elias Doig-Castellanos and Maria Delfina Estela-Renteria were as follows:

129 i Elias Eduardo6 Doig-Estela, born 8 Nov 1904 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 8 Dec 1904 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru.

130 ii Graida Dalila6 Doig-Estela, born 6 Nov 1906 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 28 Jan 1907 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 12 Feb 1907 in Lambayeque, Peru.

+ 131 iii Delia Rosa6 Doig-Estela, born 26 Nov 1907 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 9 Jun 1908 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. She married Manuel Castaneda.

+ 132 iv David6 Doig-Estela, born 14 Feb 1909 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 23 Aug 1909 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. He married Elcira Quiñones.

133 v Elias6 Doig-Estela, born 10 Jul 1915 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 22 Aug 1915 in Santa Maria Parish, Chiclayo, Peru.

 

77. Carlos Alberto5 Doig-Castellanos (Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 23 Sep 1874 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 5 Dec 1874 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 25 Jan 1930 in Chiclayo, Peru; buried in El Carmen Cemetery, Chiclayo, Peru. He married (1) on 30 Nov 1900 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru Maria Natividad Tejada-Vilchez, born abt 1881 in Peru; died abt 1912 in Peru, daughter of Alejandro Tejada and Dolores Vilchez; (2) abt 1912 in Peru Louisa Pastor, born abt 1880 in Peru; died 4 Feb 1964 in Lima, Peru; (3) Not married Maria Castro, born abt 1900 in Peru.

Notes for Carlos Alberto Doig-Castellanos

Carlos is buried in Cuartel San Salvador 100 in El Carmen Cemetery, Chiclayo.

Children of Carlos Alberto Doig-Castellanos and Maria Natividad Tejada-Vilchez were as follows:

134 i Carlota Maria6 Doig-Tejada, born 24 Aug 1901 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 1 Sep 1901 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 5 May 1902 in Lambayeque, Peru.

135 ii Luz Ysmenia6 Doig-Tejada, born 16 Aug 1902 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 13 Dec 1902 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 17 Apr 1903 in Chiclayo, Peru.

+ 136 iii Ysmenia6 Doig-Tejada, born 10 Aug 1903 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 8 May 1905 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 19 Sep 1999 in Lima, Peru; buried in Jardines de la Paz Cemetery, Lima, Peru. She married Jorge Walter Cabrejos.

+ 137 iv Olga6 Doig-Tejada, born 28 Aug 1904 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 8 May 1905 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died Nov 1989 in Lima, Peru. She married Carlos Arbulu.

+ 138 v Carlos Alberto6 Doig-Tejada, born 28 Oct 1905 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 5 May 1913 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 4 Jun 1970 in Cañete, Peru. He married unknown.

139 vi Marta Amelia6 Doig-Tejada, born 3 Jan 1907 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 2 May 1907 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru.

140 vii Graida6 Doig-Tejada, born Feb 1908 in Peru; died 12 Jan 1909 in Chiclayo, Peru.

+ 141 viii Ana Marietta6 Doig-Tejada, born 17 May 1909 in Peru; died 1972 in Lima, Peru. She married Toribio Miranda.

Children of Carlos Alberto Doig-Castellanos and Louisa Pastor were as follows:

142 i Carmen Ailsa6 Doig-Pastor, born 6 Apr 1913 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 12 Feb 1916 in Santa Maria Parish, Chiclayo, Peru.

Children of Carlos Alberto Doig-Castellanos and Maria Castro were as follows:

+ 143 i Carlos Alberto6 Doig-Castro, born 5 Sep 1920 in Chiclayo, Peru; died 31 Dec 1996 in Lima, Peru. He married Zoila Marina Camino.

 

78. Cesar David5 Doig-Zavaleta (Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 23 Jan 1885 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 16 Oct 1885 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. He married (1) Not married Mrs. Ruesta, born abt 1885; (2) on 5 Feb 1910 in Lima, Peru Julia Elvira Sanchez-Pomar, born abt 1885 in Callao, Peru; christened in Santa Ana Parish, Lima, Peru, daughter of Jose Francisco Sanchez and Victoria Pomar.

Notes for Cesar David Doig-Zavaleta

David may have had a son by Susan de Alvear named Carlos Eduardo Doig de Alvear in Lambayeque. Carlos went to Mexico in the early 1900s.

MARRIAGE:

They were married in the Church on 5 Feb 1910 in Lima and had a Civil marriage on 13 Feb 1910 in Lima.

Notes for Julia Elvira Sanchez-Pomar

MARRIAGE:

They were married in the Church on 5 Feb 1910 in Lima and had a Civil marriage on 13 Feb 1910 in Lima.

Children of Cesar David Doig-Zavaleta and Mrs. Ruesta were as follows:

144 i Augusto6 Doig-Ruesta, born abt 1908 in Peru.

Children of Cesar David Doig-Zavaleta and Julia Elvira Sanchez-Pomar were as follows:

145 i Julio Cesar6 Doig-Sanchez, born 6 Dec 1910 in Callao, Peru; christened 26 Jun 1912 in Santa Rosa Parish, Callao, Peru; died 30 Jun 1980. Notes: Julio served in the Peruvian Army and became a General. On 7 Sept 1967 President Fernando Belaunde Terry swore him in as Minister of War.

146 ii Alfredo David6 Doig-Sanchez, born 1912 in Peru; died in Argentina.

147 iii Jose David6 Doig-Sanchez, born 20 Jul 1914 in Callao, Peru; christened 30 Jun 1915 in Santa Rosa Parish, Callao, Peru.

148 iv Susana Elvira6 Doig-Sanchez, born 5 Aug 1916 in Callao, Peru; christened 1 Oct 1916 in Santa Rosa Parish, Callao, Peru.

149 v Manuel Enrique6 Doig-Sanchez, born 30 May 1918 in Callao, Peru; christened 5 Jan 1919 in Santa Rosa Parish, Callao, Peru; died 4 Feb 1941 in Lima, Peru; buried in Presbitero Maestro Cemetery, Lima, Peru. Notes: Manuel died at age 22 and was buried in Cuartel Santa Zoila 62-D in Presbitereo Maestro Cemetery in Lima.

150 vi Matilde6 Doig-Sanchez, born abt 1921 in Peru. She married abt 1945 Mr. Montero.

+ 151 vii Maria Elvira6 Doig-Sanchez, born 10 Jun 1922 in Callao, Peru; christened 29 Jun 1922 in Matriz Parish, Callao, Peru. She married Eduardo Tejada.

+ 152 viii Flora6 Doig-Sanchez, born 26 Nov 1928 in Callao, Peru. She married Augusto Gustavo Mienert.

 

79. Aurelio Carlos5 Doig-Zavaleta (Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 2 Dec 1886 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 11 Jun 1887 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 1960/65 in Mexico. He married Constanza Gandara-Vesanz, born in Mexico.

Notes for Aurelio Carlos Doig-Zavaleta

Carlos was in the Peruvian Navy, and in 1910 the Mexican Government requested assistance from the Peruvian Navy. He was aboard a ship that arrived in Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico. While there he met and married Constanza. When the Cadetes were to return to Peru he stayed ashore, changed his name to Carlos Edwardo Doig-Alvear, and never returned to Peru.

Carlos de Doig-Albiar, an unmarried merchant, crossed the border at Nogales, Texas on 9 May 1914; he reported his residence as Hermosilla, Mexico.

Children of Aurelio Carlos Doig-Zavaleta and Constanza Gandara-Vesanz were as follows:

153 i Carlos de6 Doig-Alvear Gandara.

154 ii Teresita del Jesus de6 Doig-Alvear Gandara.

155 iii Luis de6 Doig-Alvear Gandara, born 21 Jan 1928 in Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico. Notes: Luis entered the US at El Paso, Texas on 18 Feb 1948 on Passport #505141. He was a single student at the Escuela de Agricultura in Ciudad Juarez. He was described as 6 ft. tall, 165 pounds, light complexion, light brown hair, and brown eyes.

156 iv Susana de6 Doig-Alvear Gandara, born in Mexico.

157 v Jorge Fernando de6 Doig-Alvear. He married Sonia Gómez-Viedas.

 

81. Augusto5 Doig-Lloc (Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 16 Jan 1869 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 24 Jan 1869 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 20 Sep 1926 in Chiclayo, Peru; buried in El Carmen Cemetery, Chiclayo, Peru. He married (1) Not married Sara Ortiz, born abt 1871; (2) on 20 Feb 1896 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru Manuela Paredes-Baca, born abt 1869 in Lambayeque, Peru, daughter of Roberto Paredes and Rosa Baca.

Notes for Augusto Doig-Lloc

Augusto was buried in Chartel San Marcos 32 in El Carmen Cemetery in Chiclayo.

Children of Augusto Doig-Lloc and Sara Ortiz were as follows:

158 i Mateo6 Doig-Ortiz, born 20 Sep 1891 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 21 Sep 1891 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru.

+ 159 ii Anaximandro6 Doig-Ortiz, born abt 1893 in Lambayeque, Peru; died 17 Feb 1952 in Peru; buried in El Carmen Cemetery, Chiclayo, Peru. He married Crisanta Quiros.

Children of Augusto Doig-Lloc and Manuela Paredes-Baca were as follows:

+ 160 i Hada Eugenia6 Doig-Paredes, born abt 1897 in Peru; christened 19 Jan 1903 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. She married Friedrich Kauffmann.

161 ii Roberto Patricio6 Doig-Paredes, born abt 1899 in Peru; christened 19 Jan 1903 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru.

+ 162 iii Augusto Corsino6 Doig-Paredes, born abt 1901 in Peru; christened 19 Jan 1903 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. He married Tomasa Paredes.

163 iv Ana Rosa6 Doig-Paredes, born 29 Jul 1902 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 6 Aug 1902 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 25 Aug 1903 in Lambayeque, Peru.

164 v Gregoria Ysabel6 Doig-Paredes, born 17 Jan 1906 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 24 Jan 1906 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 14 Aug 1906 in Lambayeque, Peru.

165 vi Augusto Aumarro6 Doig-Paredes, born 12 Aug 1907 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 25 Aug 1907 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru.

166 vii Maria Isabel6 Doig-Paredes, born 10 Jan 1910 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 18 Jan 1910 in Chiclayo, Peru.

167 viii Amalia6 Doig-Paredes, born abt 1912 in Peru.

+ 168 ix Ana Rosa6 Doig-Paredes, born abt 1914 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married Jose Gustavo Siles.

169 x Zoila Amelia6 Doig-Paredes, born 4 Feb 1917 in Peru.

 

83. Juan Federico5 Doig-Lora (Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 26 Jun 1878 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 1 Nov 1893 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 28 Feb 1927 in Bolivar, Argentina. He married (1) Not married Teresa Santoyo, born abt 1880; (2) Not married Maria Ysabel Lopez-Mimbela, born 16 Jan 1876 in Lambayeque, Peru; died 8 Apr 1969 in Lima, Peru; (3) abt 1913 in Argentina Maria Magdalena Fourcans, born abt 1890.

Notes for Juan Federico Doig-Lora

Juan Frederico immigrated to Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1912.

Children of Juan Federico Doig-Lora and Teresa Santoyo were as follows:

170 i Fredesvinda6 Doig-Santoyo, born 8 Oct 1900 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 12 Jul 1911 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru.

171 ii Angel6 Doig-Santoyo, born 15 Jun 1902 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 29 Jun 1902 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru.

Children of Juan Federico Doig-Lora and Maria Ysabel Lopez-Mimbela were as follows:

172 i Juana Ysabel6 Doig-Lopez, born 5 Feb 1903 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 8 Feb 1903 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 8 Nov 1908 in Chiclayo, Peru.

173 ii Felix Enrique6 Doig-Lopez, born 10 Jul 1905 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 19 May 1907 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 17 Sep 2001 in Lima, Peru.

+ 174 iii Bertha6 Doig-Lopez, born 31 Oct 1908 in Chiclayo, Peru; died 23 Jan 2005 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married Juan Antonio Orbegoso.

175 iv Maria Esqeranza6 Doig-Lopez, born 1 Dec 1910 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 17 Apr 1911 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 10 Feb 2010 in Lima, Peru.

+ 176 v Angelica6 Doig-Lopez, born 13 Feb 1913 in Lambayeque, Peru; died 18 Aug 2007 in Lima, Peru. She married Mr. Unzueta.

Children of Juan Federico Doig-Lora and Maria Magdalena Fourcans were as follows:

177 i Enrique Victor6 Doig-Fourcans, born 27 Jun 1914 in Buenos Aires, Argentina; died 8 Mar 1955 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Notes: Enrique was a Catholic Priest in Salesiano Congregation.

+ 178 ii Patricio Marcelo6 Doig-Fourcans, born 11 Feb 1916 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He married Clara Rosa Boronat.

179 iii Maria Magdalena6 Doig-Fourcans, born 15 Aug 1917 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 

84. Luis Victor5 Doig-Lora (Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 4 Dec 1880 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 18 Mar 1882 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 5 Oct 1970 in Lambayeque, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque, Peru. He married (1) Not married Adriana Paredes, born abt 1887; (2) Not married Juana Rosa Martinez, born abt 1880 in Chiclayo, Peru; (3) on 12 Nov 1943 in Lambayeque, Peru Rosa Elena Buendia-Castellanos, born 9 Apr 1880 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 18 Apr 1880 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 3 Feb 1972 in Lambayeque, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque, Peru, daughter of Juan Pedro Buendia and Julia Castellanos; (4) Not married Elva Orbegozo, born abt 1905 in Lambayeque, Peru; died 21 Mar 1990 in Lambayeque, Peru.

Notes for Luis Victor Doig-Lora

Luis was a rich, big landowner who worked all his life as a farmer and cattleman. He was Mayor of Lambayeque in 1939.

Luis' 'main' house was with Rosa, but he had other houses at the same time.

Luis died at age 89 and was buried in the Mausoleo Familia Doig Buendia in El Angel Cemetery in Lambayeque.

PHOTO at http://doig.net/PLuisVictorDoig.jpg.

MARRIAGE:

Their marriage was a Civil ceremony some years after they had lived together.

Notes for Rosa Elena Buendia-Castellanos

Rosa died at age 91 and was buried in the Mausoleo Familia Doig Buendia in El Angel Cemetery in Lambayeque.

MARRIAGE:

Their marriage was a Civil ceremony some years after they had lived together.

Children of Luis Victor Doig-Lora and Adriana Paredes were as follows:

+ 180 i Antonio6 Doig-Paredes, born 22 Oct 1907 in Ferreñafe, Peru; died 8 Oct 1987 in Lima, Peru; buried in El Carmen Cemetery, Chiclayo, Peru. He married Mercedes Garcia.

Children of Luis Victor Doig-Lora and Juana Rosa Martinez were as follows:

181 i Eduardo Enrique6 Doig-Martinez, born 13 Aug 1909 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 15 Sep 1909 in Santa Maria Parish, Chiclayo, Peru.

Children of Luis Victor Doig-Lora and Rosa Elena Buendia-Castellanos were as follows:

182 i Rosa Victoria6 Doig-Buendia, born 9 Dec 1909 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 8 May 1910 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 27 Jun 1996 in Lima, Peru; buried in Jardines de la Paz Cemetery, Lima, Peru. Notes: Rosa did not marry or have children. She was buried in Zona Jacarandas Sector D 8-N at Jardines de la Paz Cemetery, Lima.

183 ii Luis Victor6 Doig-Buendia, born 9 Apr 1911 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 15 Jul 1911 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 5 Aug 1911 in Lambayeque, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque, Peru. Notes: Luis was buried in the Familia Doig Buendia plot at El Angel Cemetery in Lambayeque.

184 iii Eugenio Federico6 Doig-Buendia, born 29 Aug 1912 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 2 Sep 1912 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 23 May 1914 in Lambayeque, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque, Peru. Notes: Eugenia was buried in the Familia Doig Buendia plot in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque.

+ 185 iv Dora Maria6 Doig-Buendia, born 31 Dec 1913 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 26 Feb 1914 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 8 Feb 1997 in Chiclayo, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque, Peru. She married Angel Gonzalez-Castro.

+ 186 v Luis Federico6 Doig-Buendia, born 7 Apr 1915 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 16 Jun 1915 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 1 Jun 1984 in Chiclayo, Peru; buried in Jardines de la Paz Cemetery, Chiclayo, Peru. He married (1) Ludo Torres; (2) Juana Siancas; (3) Nelly Esperanza Escobar.

187 vi Angela Maria6 Doig-Buendia, born 10 Oct 1916 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 30 Oct 1916 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 29 Jan 1917 in Lambayeque, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque, Peru. Notes: Angela was buried in Mausoleo Familia Doig Buendia in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque.

+ 188 vii Blanca Aurora6 Doig-Buendia, born 11 Dec 1917 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 16 Feb 1918 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died aft 2008. She married Enrique Baca-Walters.

+ 189 viii Victor Guillermo6 Doig-Buendia, born 27 Nov 1919 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 15 Feb 1920 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. He married Carlota Hortencia Sanchez.

190 ix Rosa Maria6 Doig-Buendia, born 22 Dec 1921 in Lambayeque, Peru. Notes: Rosa never married or had children.

Children of Luis Victor Doig-Lora and Elva Orbegozo were as follows:

191 i Lidia Georgina6 Doig-Orbegozo, born 10 Apr 1932 in Lambayeque, Peru.

192 ii Julia Ines6 Doig-Orbegozo, born 28 Jan 1935 in Lambayeque, Peru; died 15 May 1985 in Lambayeque, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque, Peru. Notes: Julia died at age 50 and was buried in Cuartel San Toribio 47-E in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque.

193 iii Ana Enemerita6 Doig-Orbegozo, born abt 1938 in Peru.

+ 194 iv Martha6 Doig-Orbegozo, born abt 1941 in Peru. She married Manuel Limo.

+ 195 v Victor Fermin6 Doig-Orbegozo, born 7 Jul 1944 in Lambayeque, Peru. He married Angelica Carpena.

+ 196 vi Cesar Fausto6 Doig-Orbegozo, born 27 Nov 1948 in Lambayeque, Peru. He married Silvia Orfelinda Bornaz.

 

87. Maria Angela5 Doig-Lora (Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 2 Oct 1884 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 12 Nov 1893 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 27 Oct 1974 in Lima, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lima, Peru. She married abt 1916 in Peru Miguel Barraza-Leyva, born abt 1882 in Trujillo, Peru.

Notes for Maria Angela Doig-Lora

Maria died at age 90 and was buried in Cuartel San Fantino 48-B in El Angel Cemetery, Lima.

Children of Maria Angela Doig-Lora and Miguel Barraza-Leyva were as follows:

+ 197 i César Alfredo6 Barraza-Doig, born 18 Jan 1918 in Ica, Peru; christened 16 Mar 1918 in San Jerónimo Parish, Ica, Peru; died 16 Jan 2005 in Lima, Peru; buried in Baquíjano y Carrillo Cemetery, Callao, Peru. He married Olga Adalguisa Gambetta del Piélago.

198 ii Angel Astor6 Barraza-Doig, born 2 Oct 1921 in Peru.

199 iii Flor6 Barraza-Doig, born abt 1923 in Peru.

 

88. Juan Manuel5 Doig-Lora (Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 30 Jul 1890 in Lambayeque, Peru; died 25 Aug 1966 in Lima, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lima, Peru. He married (1) Not married Matilde Salcedo, born abt 1892; (2) Not married Blanca Ramos, born abt 1898 in Chiclayo, Peru; died in Lima, Peru; (3) on 30 Aug 1919 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru Maria Montenegro, born 12 Mar 1895 in Chiclayo, Peru; died 3 Aug 1993 in Lima, Peru; (4) Not married Victoria Sime, born abt 1909; (5) Not married Julia Sarela Suing, born 12 Apr 1915 in Pueblo Nuevo, Peru; died 7 Mar 1984 in Chiclayo, Peru.

Notes for Juan Manuel Doig-Lora

Juan Manuel died at age 76 and was buried in Sector San Bartolome Jardin D at El Angel Cemetery, Lima.

Children of Juan Manuel Doig-Lora and Matilde Salcedo were as follows:

+ 200 i Juan Enrique6 Doig-Salcedo, born 15 Jul 1912 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 28 Jul 1912 in Santa Maria Parish, Chiclayo, Peru; died 15 Apr 1995 in Chosica, Peru. He married (1) Teresa Prado; (2) Mercedes Marchena.

Children of Juan Manuel Doig-Lora and Blanca Ramos were as follows:

+ 201 i Guillermo6 Doig-Ramos, born 4 Mar 1919 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 16 Oct 1919 in Matriz Parish, Callao, Peru; died 30 Oct 1983 in Lima, Peru. He married (1) Blanca Paredes; (2) Tula Turkowsky; (3) Maria Peña.

+ 202 ii Jorge6 Doig-Ramos, born 3 Jan 1923 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married Carmela Alberdi.

203 iii David6 Doig-Ramos, born abt 1925 in Peru; died 1930 in Chiclayo, Peru.

Children of Juan Manuel Doig-Lora and Maria Montenegro were as follows:

+ 204 i Juan6 Doig-Montenegro, born 22 Aug 1920 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 4 Nov 1920 in Santa Maria Parish, Chiclayo, Peru; died 30 May 1985 in Lima, Peru. He married Victoria Luna-Victoria.

205 ii Carlos6 Doig-Montenegro, born 14 Apr 1924 in Chiclayo, Peru.

206 iii Marina6 Doig-Montenegro, born 16 May 1925 in Chiclayo, Peru.

+ 207 iv Cesar Aurelio6 Doig-Montenegro, born 11 Mar 1929 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married (1) Martha Espantoso; (2) Bertha Monteverde; (3) Maria Ester Prias.

208 v Adela Maria6 Doig-Montenegro, born 12 Nov 1933 in Puerto Pascasmayo, Peru; died 2 Jun 1964 in Lima, Peru.

Children of Juan Manuel Doig-Lora and Victoria Sime were as follows:

+ 209 i Victor6 Doig-Sime, born abt 1929 in Chiclayo, Peru; died 25 May 1959 in Talara, Peru; buried in Presbitero Maestro Cemetery, Lima, Peru. He married Victoria Castro.

Children of Juan Manuel Doig-Lora and Julia Sarela Suing were as follows:

210 i Martha Teresa6 Doig-Suing, born 23 Oct 1938 in Pueblo Nuevo, Peru. Notes: Martha is a lawyer.

+ 211 ii Augusto Benjamin6 Doig-Suing, born 10 Sep 1940 in Hacienda Cabo Verde, Peru; died 25 Oct 1988 in Juliaca, Peru. He married Helene Stahelin.

+ 212 iii Elisa6 Doig-Suing, born 31 May 1942 in Guadalupe, Peru. She married Jaime Ugaz-Tello.

+ 213 iv Juana Raquel6 Doig-Suing, born 22 Apr 1944 in Pueblo Nuevo, Peru. She married Tomas Orlando Aguinaga.

+ 214 v Julio6 Doig-Suing, born 4 Sep 1945 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married Clorinda Perpetua Ruiz.

+ 215 vi Leonor6 Doig-Suing, born 15 Jun 1947 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married Eduardo Hildebrando Ugaz.

+ 216 vii Olga6 Doig-Suing, born 30 Nov 1949 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married Mr. Garay.

+ 217 viii Virgilio6 Doig-Suing, born 18 Oct 1951 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married Mirna Clara Gonzales-Otoya.

+ 218 ix Juan David6 Doig-Suing, born 26 Jun 1953 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married Marcela Castillo.

 

89. Carlos Alberto5 Doig-Lora (Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 30 Aug 1896 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 7 Mar 1910 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 11 Jul 1965 in Chiclayo, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque, Peru. He married (1) abt 1920 in Peru Maria Margarita Padovani, born 22 Feb 1897 in Lima, Peru; died 3 Aug 1960 in Chiclayo, Peru; (2) Married in Peru Aida Rojas.

Notes for Carlos Alberto Doig-Lora

Carlos was a Lawyer from San Marcos University at Lima. He was elected Peruvian Republic Senator from 1956 to 1962.

Carlos died at age 68 and was buried in Mausoleo Familia Doig Buendia at El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque.

Children of Carlos Alberto Doig-Lora and Maria Margarita Padovani were as follows:

+ 219 i Leda6 Doig-Padovani, born abt 1920 in Peru. She married Oscar Muro.

+ 220 ii Carlos Alberto6 Doig-Padovani, born 21 Jan 1922 in Lima, Peru. He married Graciela Diaz.

+ 221 iii Hugo6 Doig-Padovani, born 12 Jan 1924 in Lima, Peru. He married Violeta Diehs.

+ 222 iv Nora6 Doig-Padovani, born 11 Feb 1926 in Callao, Peru. She married Nicolas Vasallo.

223 v Victor6 Doig-Padovani, born 13 Jan 1928 in Callao, Peru; died 26 Dec 1998 in Lima, Peru.

224 vi Juan Federico6 Doig-Padovani, born 30 Apr 1929 in Callao, Peru; died Jan 1940 in Chiclayo, Peru.

+ 225 vii Patricio Julio6 Doig-Padovani, born 31 Jul 1931 in Callao, Peru. He married Rene Yolanda Bernuy.

+ 226 viii Gloria Angela6 Doig-Padovani, born 3 Feb 1936 in Lima, Peru; died Deceased. She married William Fernandez.

+ 227 ix Juan Manuel6 Doig-Padovani, born 14 May 1938 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married Carmela Aguayo.

+ 228 x Liliana Martha6 Doig-Padovani, born 9 Jul 1941 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married Antonio Diaz.

 

90. Patricio5 Doig-Lora (Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 4 Dec 1900 in Lambayeque, Peru; died 7 May 1933 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married abt 1925 in Peru Yda Lossio-Salazar, born abt 1907; died 23 Jun 1945 in Chiclayo, Peru, daughter of Juan Lossio and Vicenta Salazar.

Children of Patricio Doig-Lora and Yda Lossio-Salazar were as follows:

+ 229 i Juan Patricio6 Doig-Lossio, born 21 Sep 1927 in Pacasmayo, Peru. He married Adriana Mannucci.

+ 230 ii Carlos Benjamin6 Doig-Lossio, born abt 1929 in Peru; died 28 Nov 1972 in Lima, Peru. He married Elena Klinge.

231 iii Victor Federico6 Doig-Lossio, born abt 1931 in Peru.

 

Generation 6

 

114. Eduardo Jose6 Doig-Boas (Maximiliano5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 12 May 1888 in Lima, Peru; christened 26 May 1888 in San Lazaro Parish, Lima, Peru; died 1950 in Lima, Peru. He married in 1919 in Pimentel's Port, Chiclayo, Peru Laura Mercedes Ortiz, born 1900 in Chiclayo, Peru; died 1993 in Lima, Peru.

Notes for Eduardo Jose Doig-Boas

Edwardo Jose was an Architect who designed the Catherderal and Municipality in Chiclayo, the capital of Lambayeque.

Children of Eduardo Jose Doig-Boas and Laura Mercedes Ortiz were as follows:

232 i Julieta Mercedes7 Doig-Ortiz, born Mar 1922 in Pimentel, Peru; christened 8 Feb 1923 in Chiclayo, Peru.

233 ii Eleonora Mercedes7 Doig-Ortiz, born 6 Nov 1923 in Chiclayo, Peru.

234 iii Violeta Crisofora7 Doig-Ortiz, born 7 Dec 1925 in Pimentel, Peru.

235 iv Alicia Carlota7 Doig-Ortiz, born 21 May 1928 in Chiclayo, Peru.

236 v Edwardo Antonio7 Doig-Ortiz, born 31 May 1931 in Peru.

237 vi Lucila7 Doig-Ortiz, born abt 1933 in Peru.

 

116. Alejandro Aurelio6 Doig-Boas (Maximiliano5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 12 Nov 1890 in Lima, Peru; christened 2 Jun 1891 in San Lazaro Parish, Lima, Peru; died 1 Oct 1968 in Chiclayo, Peru; buried in El Carmen Cemetery, Chiclayo, Peru. He married (1) abt 1907 in Chile Mrs. Cerpa, born abt 1890; (2) abt 1915 Asuncion Valcarcel, born abt 1890; (3) Angela Gastiaburu, born abt 1900.

Notes for Alejandro Aurelio Doig-Boas

Alejandro was a graduate Mechanical Engineer.

Alehandro died at age 76 and was buried in Cuartel Pio XII at el Carmen Cemetery, Chiclayo.

Notes for Angela Gastiaburu

Angela had 6 children by Thomas Amay.

Children of Alejandro Aurelio Doig-Boas and Mrs. Cerpa were as follows:

238 i Mariano7 Doig-Cerpa, born abt 1908 in Chile.

Children of Alejandro Aurelio Doig-Boas and Asuncion Valcarcel were as follows:

239 i Romulo7 Doig-Valcarcel.

240 ii Rolando7 Doig-Valcarcel.

241 iii Alejandro7 Doig-Valcarcel.

+ 242 iv Elena7 Doig-Valcarcel. She married unknown.

243 v Christina7 Doig-Valcarcel.

244 vi Irma7 Doig-Valcarcel.

Children of Alejandro Aurelio Doig-Boas and Angela Gastiaburu were as follows:

245 i Carmella7 Doig-Gastiaburu, born abt 1938. Notes: Carmella married and had one child.

246 ii Elsa Crisofora7 Doig-Gastiaburu, born 28 Sep 1940 in Chiclayo, Peru. Notes: Elsa became a nun.

247 iii Maria Pilar7 Doig-Gastiaburu, born 28 Sep 1940 in Chiclayo, Peru.

 

119. Andres Avelino Gonzalo6 Doig-Boas (Maximiliano5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 10 Nov 1897 in Lima, Peru; christened 16 Jan 1898 in San Lazaro Parish, Lima, Peru; died 20 Jun 1957 in Pucala, Peru. He married (1) on 6 May 1929 in San Sebastian Parish, Lima, Peru Blanca Rosa Barnuevo, born abt 1905 in Peru; died 1968 in Peru; (2) Hortensia Bustamante, died Oct 1936 in Chiclayo, Peru; (3) Josephina Alvarado; (4) Rosa Zamora.

Notes for Andres Avelino Gonzalo Doig-Boas

Andres was christened in 1898 and married in 1929 under the name Andres Avelino Gonzolo, but he reported on his Identity Card that his name was Gonzolo Andres and he was born in 1902.

PARROQUIA SAN LAZARO LIMA - PERU

Libro de Bautismos: 27 Pagina: 353

Andres Avelino Certifico: Yo el infrascrito Cura Rector de la Parroquia de San

Gonzalo Droig Lazaro que en diez y seis de Enero de mil ochocientos no-

Contrajo matrimonio en la venta y ocho , Exorcisé , Bauticé , puse oleo y Crisma a An-

Parroquia de San Sebastian de dres Avelino , nacido el diez de Noviembre del año proxi-

Lima, el 6 de Mayo de 1929 mo pasado ; hijo legitimo de Maximiliano Droig y de Ma-

con Blanca Rosa Barnuevo ria Crisofora Boas , ambos de Lima ; fueron sus padrinos

Barilio Ayerdi Lizandro Cáceres y Elisa Boas de Belevan y testigos Julio Nué

Y Cesar Salamanca - Para que conste lo firmo.

N. La Rosa Sánchez

Gonzalo moved to chiclayo where he worked as accountant of Pucala's estate. He lived in chiclayo until his death. He died in the Picala Cinema while watching the Burt Lancaster film 'Hombre Hasta el Fin.'

See photo at http://doig.net/PGonzaloDoig.jpg

Notes for Blanca Rosa Barnuevo

Blanca was Laura Mercedes Ortiz's cousin, and she was introduced to Gonzolo by his brother Eduardo. His family was against the marriage because the lady had psychological problems but Gonzolo didn't care. They had a child who died very soon, and Blanca became insane, it's seems because of that. She was interned in an insane asylum where she spent much time of her life. Gonzolo did not divorce her.

Notes for Hortensia Bustamante

Hortensia died a week after giving birth to Pedro, from complications.

See photo at http://doig.net/PHortensiaBustamante.jpg

Children of Andres Avelino Gonzalo Doig-Boas and Blanca Rosa Barnuevo were as follows:

248 i Gonzalo7 Doig-Barnuevo, born abt 1931 in Peru; died Infant in Peru.

Children of Andres Avelino Gonzalo Doig-Boas and Hortensia Bustamante were as follows:

249 i Angelica7 Doig-Bustamante, born Jan 1935 in Chiclayo, Peru; died 3 Jan 1949 in Chiclayo, Peru. Notes: Angelica burned when she was playing with a toy kitchen and died several months later because of that. See photo at http://doig.net/PAngelica&GonzaloDoig.jpg

+ 250 ii Pedro Segundo Gonzalo7 Doig-Busatmante, born 23 Oct 1936 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married Rosa Angelica Ruiz-Anto.

Children of Andres Avelino Gonzalo Doig-Boas and Josephina Alvarado were as follows:

251 i Edwardo Antonia7 Doig-Alvarado, born 29 Sep 1939 in Chiclayo, Peru.

252 ii Carlos7 Doig-Alvarado, born 1942 in Chiclayo, Peru; died 1943 in Chiclayo, Peru.

253 iii Manuel Enrique7 Doig-Alvarado, born 25 Apr 1944 in Chiclayo, Peru.

Children of Andres Avelino Gonzalo Doig-Boas and Rosa Zamora were as follows:

254 i Fernando Guillermo7 Doig-Zamora, born abt 1952 in Peru.

255 ii Rosa Angelica7 Doig-Zamora, born 14 May 1954 in Chiclayo, Peru.

256 iii Oscar7 Doig-Zamora, born abt 1956 in Peru.

 

122. Marina Alicia6 Doig-Dansey (Maximiliano5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 1903 in Cerro de Pasco, Peru. She married (1) abt 1925 in Del Sagario Parish, Lima, Peru Henry Guauth, born abt 1895; (2) Domingo Castañeda, born abt 1900.

Children of Marina Alicia Doig-Dansey and Domingo Castañeda were as follows:

+ 257 i Guadalupe Julia Marina7 Castañeda-Doig. She married Senor Cuadros.

 

123. Consuelo6 Doig-Dansey (Maximiliano5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born abt 1902 in Peru. She married abt 1930 in Peru Placido Galindo, born abt 1900.

Children of Consuelo Doig-Dansey and Placido Galindo were as follows:

258 i Nora Consuelo7 Galindo-Doig, born abt 1935 in Peru.

259 ii Placido Alfredo7 Galindo-Doig, born 4 Aug 1938 in Peru.

 

124. Elias Jorge6 Doig-Dansey (Maximiliano5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 26 Sep 1904 in Lima, Peru; christened 21 Nov 1904 in Del Sagario Parish, Lima, Peru. He married abt 1940 Amalia Pasara, born abt 1910.

Notes for Elias Jorge Doig-Dansey

Elias was an airplane pilot.

Children of Elias Jorge Doig-Dansey and Amalia Pasara were as follows:

260 i Maria Amalia7 Doig-Pasara, born 1 Jul 1945.

261 ii Carmen7 Doig-Pasara.

+ 262 iii Gladys7 Doig-Pasara. She married Roberto Blanco-Velo.

 

126. Carmen Rosa6 Doig-Dansey (Maximiliano5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 18 Apr 1908 in Lima, Peru; christened 29 May 1908 in Del Sagario Parish, Lima, Peru. She married on 29 Apr 1938 in Lima, Peru Miguel Alegre, born 29 Sep 1903 in Huaraz, Peru, son of Miguel Alegre and Abigail Velarde.

Children of Carmen Rosa Doig-Dansey and Miguel Alegre were as follows:

263 i Maria del Carmen7 Alegre-Doig, born abt 1940 in Peru.

 

127. Manuel Antonio6 Doig-Dansey (Maximiliano5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 3 Jun 1910 in Lima, Peru; died 3 Oct 1959 in Lima, Peru. He married abt 1932 in Peru Ana Victoria Bascones, born 22 Dec 1912 in Peru; died 21 Jun 1985 in Peru.

Notes for Manuel Antonio Doig-Dansey

Birth also reported 5 June 1910.

Children of Manuel Antonio Doig-Dansey and Ana Victoria Bascones were as follows:

264 i Maximiliano Antonio7 Doig-Bascones, born 18 Dec 1933 in Lima, Peru; died 21 Jul 1982 in Lima, Peru.

265 ii Washington7 Doig-Bascones, born 29 Dec 1938 in Peru.

266 iii Ana Mario7 Doig-Bascones, born 11 Oct 1942 in Peru.

267 iv Ana Victoria7 Doig-Bascones, born 1 Jul 1947 in Peru.

 

128. Carmen Olinda6 Doig-Gamarra (Elias5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 30 May 1897 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 11 Oct 1897 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 28 Mar 1944 in Lambayeque, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque, Peru. She married abt 1919 in Peru Maximo Alfredo Castillo, born abt 1893 in Peru.

Children of Carmen Olinda Doig-Gamarra and Maximo Alfredo Castillo were as follows:

+ 268 i Maximo Eduardo7 Castillo-Doig, born 10 Oct 1921 in Trujillo, Peru. He married (---) Vilchez.

269 ii Enrique Fortunato7 Castillo-Doig, born 14 Apr 1923 in Trujillo, Peru.

270 iii Jorge Alfredo7 Castillo-Doig, born abt 1925 in Peru.

271 iv Jose7 Castillo-Doig, born abt 1927 in Peru.

272 v Augusto7 Castillo-Doig, born abt 1929 in Peru.

273 vi Carlos7 Castillo-Doig, born abt 1931 in Peru.

274 vii Manuela Ysabel7 Castillo-Doig, born abt 1933 in Peru.

 

131. Delia Rosa6 Doig-Estela (Elias5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 26 Nov 1907 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 9 Jun 1908 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. She married Manuel Castaneda, born abt 1903 in Peru.

Children of Delia Rosa Doig-Estela and Manuel Castaneda were as follows:

275 i Manuel7 Castaneda-Doig.

276 ii Nilda7 Castaneda-Doig.

277 iii Violeta7 Castaneda-Doig.

278 iv Alejandro7 Castaneda-Doig.

 

132. David6 Doig-Estela (Elias5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 14 Feb 1909 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 23 Aug 1909 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. He married abt 1931 in Peru Elcira Quiñones, born abt 1913 in Peru.

Children of David Doig-Estela and Elcira Quiñones were as follows:

279 i Delia Rosa7 Doig-Quiñones, born 30 May 1933 in Peru.

280 ii Gloria7 Doig-Quiñones, born 13 Nov 1934 in Lima, Peru.

+ 281 iii Elias7 Doig-Quiñones, born 27 Feb 1936 in Lima, Peru. He married Maria Luisa Tellez-Portales.

282 iv Maritza Beatriz7 Doig-Quiñones, born 25 Jun 1943 in Lima, Peru.

283 v Elcira7 Doig-Quiñones, born 7 Jan 1947 in Lima, Peru.

284 vi Perla Iris7 Doig-Quiñones, born 28 Aug 1948 in Lima, Peru.

285 vii Dolly7 Doig-Quiñones, born 21 Jun 1953 in Lima, Peru.

286 viii Luz Maria7 Doig-Quiñones, born 31 Oct 1955 in Lima, Peru.

 

136. Ysmenia6 Doig-Tejada (Carlos Alberto5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 10 Aug 1903 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 8 May 1905 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 19 Sep 1999 in Lima, Peru; buried in Jardines de la Paz Cemetery, Lima, Peru. She married on 24 Mar 1934 in Chepen, Peru Jorge Walter Cabrejos, born 23 Apr 1910 in Chiclayo, Peru; died 13 Feb 1999 in Lima, Peru.

Notes for Ysmenia Doig-Tejada

Ysmenia died at age 96 and was buried in Zona Los Sauces at Jardines de la Paz Cemetery, Lima.

MARRIAGE:

They had a Civil marriage in 1934. They were married in the Church on 12 Feb 1959 in Maria Auxiliadora Parish, Lima.

Notes for Jorge Walter Cabrejos

MARRIAGE:

They had a Civil marriage in 1934. They were married in the Church on 12 Feb 1959 in Maria Auxiliadora Parish, Lima.

Children of Ysmenia Doig-Tejada and Jorge Walter Cabrejos were as follows:

287 i Luisa Rosa7 Cabrejos-Doig, born 23 Jan 1935 in Chiclayo, Peru.

288 ii Nelly7 Cabrejos-Doig, born 14 Mar 1936 in Chiclayo, Peru.

289 iii Belisario Gerardo7 Cabrejos-Doig, born 27 Oct 1941 in Chiclayo, Peru.

290 iv Mario Herbet7 Cabrejos-Doig, born 17 Aug 1947 in Chiclayo, Peru.

 

137. Olga6 Doig-Tejada (Carlos Alberto5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 28 Aug 1904 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 8 May 1905 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died Nov 1989 in Lima, Peru. She married abt 1937 in Peru Carlos Arbulu, born abt 1900; died 26 Jun 1989 in Lima, Peru.

Children of Olga Doig-Tejada and Carlos Arbulu were as follows:

291 i Sandro7 Arbulu-Doig, born abt 1939 in Peru. Notes: Sandro is a retired Captain in the Merchant Navy now living in Stamford, CT.

292 ii Ana Rebeca7 Arbulu-Doig, born 7 Aug 1942 in Peru.

293 iii Larisa7 Arbulu-Doig, born abt 1944 in Peru.

 

138. Carlos Alberto6 Doig-Tejada (Carlos Alberto5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 28 Oct 1905 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 5 May 1913 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 4 Jun 1970 in Cañete, Peru. He married Not married unknown.

Children of Carlos Alberto Doig-Tejada were as follows:

294 i Carlos-Alberto7 Doig, born abt 1935.

 

141. Ana Marietta6 Doig-Tejada (Carlos Alberto5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 17 May 1909 in Peru; died 1972 in Lima, Peru. She married abt 1930 Toribio Miranda, born 21 May 1901 in Chiclayo, Peru; died May 1989 in Lima, Peru.

Children of Ana Marietta Doig-Tejada and Toribio Miranda were as follows:

295 i Ana Beatriz7 Miranda-Doig.

296 ii Carlos7 Miranda-Doig.

297 iii Marietta Lucinda7 Miranda-Doig, born 8 Jul 1936.

298 iv Aura7 Miranda-Doig.

 

143. Carlos Alberto6 Doig-Castro (Carlos Alberto5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 5 Sep 1920 in Chiclayo, Peru; died 31 Dec 1996 in Lima, Peru. He married on 5 Jan 1946 Zoila Marina Camino, born 3 Mar 1920 in Huaraz, Peru.

Children of Carlos Alberto Doig-Castro and Zoila Marina Camino were as follows:

+ 299 i Jean Jesu7 Doig-Camino, born 3 Feb 1948 in Huaraz, Peru. He married Silvia Gabriela Godier.

300 ii Edwin Harry7 Doig-Camino, born 27 Oct 1949 in Huaraz, Peru; died 4 Mar 2005 in Lima, Peru.

+ 301 iii Mery Elizabeth7 Doig-Camino, born 3 Aug 1954 in Lima, Peru. She married Carlos Paredes.

 

151. Maria Elvira6 Doig-Sanchez (Cesar David5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 10 Jun 1922 in Callao, Peru; christened 29 Jun 1922 in Matriz Parish, Callao, Peru. She married Eduardo Tejada, born abt 1922 in Peru.

Children of Maria Elvira Doig-Sanchez and Eduardo Tejada were as follows:

+ 302 i Ana Graciela7 Tejada-Doig, born 3 Aug 1953 in Lima, Peru. She married Jorge Enrique Pacora-Puga.

+ 303 ii Ana Rosario7 Tejada-Doig, born 26 Oct 1956 in Peru. He married Senora Nacido.

+ 304 iii Edwardo Enrique7 Tejada-Doig, born 28 Apr 1959 in Peru. He married Senora Nacido.

 

152. Flora6 Doig-Sanchez (Cesar David5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 26 Nov 1928 in Callao, Peru. She married on 15 Dec 1962 in NY Augusto Gustavo Mienert, born abt 1928.

Children of Flora Doig-Sanchez and Augusto Gustavo Mienert were as follows:

305 i Maximillian Gustavo7 Mienert, born 26 Dec 1964; died 17 May 1974.

306 ii Cesar David7 Mienert, born 5 Dec 1966.

307 iii Jeanette Mary7 Mienert, born 19 May 1971.

 

159. Anaximandro6 Doig-Ortiz (Augusto5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born abt 1893 in Lambayeque, Peru; died 17 Feb 1952 in Peru; buried in El Carmen Cemetery, Chiclayo, Peru. He married Not married Crisanta Quiros, born abt 1894 in Peru.

Notes for Anaximandro Doig-Ortiz

Anaximandro was buried in Cuartel Pio XII at El Carmen Cemetery, Chiclayo.

Children of Anaximandro Doig-Ortiz and Crisanta Quiros were as follows:

308 i Bertha7 Doig-Quiros, born 19 Aug 1914 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 26 Aug 1914 in Chiclayo, Peru.

 

160. Hada Eugenia6 Doig-Paredes (Augusto5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born abt 1897 in Peru; christened 19 Jan 1903 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. She married abt 1826 in Peru Friedrich Kauffmann, born abt 1895 in Germany.

Children of Hada Eugenia Doig-Paredes and Friedrich Kauffmann were as follows:

309 i Federico7 Kauffman-Doig, born 20 Sep 1928 in Chiclayo, Peru. Notes: Frederico is a noted archaeologist in Peru. Ambassador's ancestral visit a dream come true Published Date: 12 March 2009 (Carrick Gazette, Scotland) AS MOST people now know, 2009 is the Year of Homecoming in Scotland. Last Thursday evening Maybole Community Council was delighted to welcome 'home' a high profile descendant of one of the town's former residents. A few weeks ago, Professor Dr Federico Kauffmann-Doig had been in touch to say that he and his daughter Greta would like to visit the home of his ancestors.
He is the current Peruvian ambassador to Germany and a descendant of John Doig, who was born in Maybole on June 24, 1792 and emigrated to Peru in 1820.
The ambassador has a doctorate in archaeology, as well as a second doctorate in history. He has lectured at several of Peru's universities and, as a visiting professor at the University of Bonn he taught Peruvian and American archaeology.
His prolific professional work has been honoured with the highest award by Peru in the field of culture. He was the first Latin American to be awarded Sweden's Neubergh Medal, and has been decorated by the Peruvian government, as well as by the governments of Belgium, Austria and Sweden.He is a member of Peru's National Academy of History, an Honorary Member of the Barbier-Mueller Museum in Switzerland, a Member of the Royal Academy of History in Madrid, and the founding director of the Institute of Amazonian Archaeology.
He belongs to the Scientific Committee of the Centro Studi Ricerche Ligabue, in Venice, and, together with Giancarlo Ligabue, has made 14 expeditions to the Peruvian Amazonian Andes. He is also the author of several books.
On Thursday, March 5, the ambassador and his daughter met Peter Mason, chairman of the community council, who was accompanied by David and Margaret Kiltie.
The five of them had breakfast before setting off on a whirlwind tour of the area. Their route took them past Burns Cottage, in Alloway, as they headed for Culzean Castle via Dunure and the Electric Brae.
They were welcomed by Fiona McClelland and Gordon Nelson and given a tour of the castle, which was specially opened for them. Michael Harrison, duty manager, showed them round the Eisenhower Apartments.
The next stop was Maybole via Maidens, Turnberry, Kirkoswald and Crossraguel Abbey. To be in Maybole was a 'dream come true' for the ambassador who said he had dreamt of this since childhood.
Members of Maybole Historical Society had opened Maybole Castle and set up an exhibition of old photographs which the visitors enjoyed as many of the buildings would have been in existence when their ancestors were living in the town.
Helen McAdam, chairman of the society, then presented them with two framed photographs of a house on Kirkoswald Road that once belonged to the Doig family.
After the castle visit, they visited the old cemetery at the foot of the Kirkwynd, where they saw the tombstone of John Doig's sister Jane and others of family interest.
The cemetery is situated beside the Auld College and the history of the Kennedys buried there was explained.
Lunch was enjoyed in the Welltrees Inn, where Billy Torbett presented them with a DVD of the celebrations to mark the 250th anniversary of the marriage of Robert Burns' parents in Maybole. He also gave them a photograph of Welltrees Street as it was in the 19th century and one of Maybole Pipe Band.
Burns Cottage was the next stop, where they were welcomed by John Manson before a viewing of the video of the origins of the cottage and a visit to the museum.
Following this, the ambassador and his daughter met with Provost Winifred Sloan in her office at the County Buildings.
After exchanging gifts, Provost Sloan said, 'I think it is very apt that the Professor chose to visit Maybole and South Ayrshire during the Year of the Homecoming. It was very interesting to hear about his ancestors and to see the enthusiasm with which he talked about the history of his family.
'A well respected academic historian, who has published numerous books and received many awards for his works, I feel honoured to have met Profession Kauffman-Doig.'
After a short rest, the ambassador and his daughter headed to Maybole Town Hall, where they were welcomed by the sound of the bagpipes played by Scott Barrie, 12.

 

162. Augusto Corsino6 Doig-Paredes (Augusto5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born abt 1901 in Peru; christened 19 Jan 1903 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. He married abt 1926 in Peru Tomasa Paredes, born abt 1907 in Peru.

Children of Augusto Corsino Doig-Paredes and Tomasa Paredes were as follows:

+ 310 i Ricardo Jesus7 Doig-Paredes, born 17 Oct 1928 in Peru. He married unknown.

311 ii Tomasa Angelica7 Doig-Paredes, born 15 Jan 1930 in Peru.

 

168. Ana Rosa6 Doig-Paredes (Augusto5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born abt 1914 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married abt 1940 in Del Sagrario Parish, Lima, Peru Jose Gustavo Siles, born abt 1912.

Children of Ana Rosa Doig-Paredes and Jose Gustavo Siles were as follows:

312 i Martha7 Siles-Doig, born 22 May 1942 in Peru.

313 ii Alvaro Gustavo7 Siles-Doig, born 22 Jul 1944 in Peru.

 

174. Bertha6 Doig-Lopez (Juan Federico5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 31 Oct 1908 in Chiclayo, Peru; died 23 Jan 2005 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married abt 1930 in Peru Juan Antonio Orbegoso, born 18 Aug 1908 in Callao, Peru; died 3 Jan 1990 in Chiclayo, Peru.

Children of Bertha Doig-Lopez and Juan Antonio Orbegoso were as follows:

+ 314 i Juan Federico7 Orbegoso-Doig, born 18 Jul 1932 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married Yolanda Saldaña.

+ 315 ii Elsa Sofia7 Orbegoso-Doig, born 22 Oct 1933 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married Mario Cortijo-Müller.

+ 316 iii Clementina Isabel7 Orbegoso-Doig, born 27 Jul 1936 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married Nelson Diaz-Bazán.

+ 317 iv José Antonio7 Orbegoso-Doig, born 21 Feb 1945 in Chiclayo, Peru; died bef 2002. He married Dalia Bolivia.

+ 318 v Bertha Angelica7 Orbegoso-Doig, born 12 Feb 1948 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married Victor Ludeña-Anteparra.

+ 319 vi Victor Enrique7 Orbegoso-Doig, born 28 Jan 1954 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married (1) Julia Perales; (2) Gaby Luz Delgado-Farfán.

 

176. Angelica6 Doig-Lopez (Juan Federico5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 13 Feb 1913 in Lambayeque, Peru; died 18 Aug 2007 in Lima, Peru. She married Mr. Unzueta.

Children of Angelica Doig-Lopez and Mr. Unzueta were as follows:

320 i Dora7 Unzueta-Doig.

 

178. Patricio Marcelo6 Doig-Fourcans (Juan Federico5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 11 Feb 1916 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He married in 1940 in Argentina Clara Rosa Boronat, born abt 1919.

Children of Patricio Marcelo Doig-Fourcans and Clara Rosa Boronat were as follows:

321 i Clara Magdalena7 Doig-Boronat, born 28 Nov 1941 in Resistencia, Chaco, Argentina; died 21 Jan 1998 in Resistencia, Chaco, Argentina.

322 ii Helena Haydee7 Doig-Boronat, born 19 Dec 1942 in Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

323 iii Patricia Marcela7 Doig-Boronat, born 16 Oct 1960 in Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 

180. Antonio6 Doig-Paredes (Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 22 Oct 1907 in Ferreñafe, Peru; died 8 Oct 1987 in Lima, Peru; buried in El Carmen Cemetery, Chiclayo, Peru. He married abt 1934 in Peru Mercedes Garcia, born abt 1913 in Peru.

Children of Antonio Doig-Paredes and Mercedes Garcia were as follows:

324 i Felicita Hortencia7 Doig-Garcia, born 7 Mar 1936 in Chiclayo, Peru.

325 ii Jose Felix7 Doig-Garcia, born 10 Jul 1937 in Chiclayo, Peru.

+ 326 iii Adriana7 Doig-Garcia, born abt 1939 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married (---) Vargas.

327 iv Luis Victor7 Doig-Garcia, born abt 1941 in Chiclayo, Peru.

328 v Carlos Alberto7 Doig-Garcia, born abt 1943 in Chiclayo, Peru.

329 vi Blanca Victoria7 Doig-Garcia, born abt 1945 in Chiclayo, Peru.

330 vii Jorge Antonio7 Doig-Garcia, born 9 Nov 1946 in Chiclayo, Peru.

331 viii Dora Maria7 Doig-Garcia, born 19 May 1948 in Chiclayo, Peru.

332 ix Juan Federico7 Doig-Garcia, born 22 Feb 1950 in Chiclayo, Peru.

333 x Patricio Guillermo7 Doig-Garcia, born 14 Jun 1960 in Chiclayo, Peru.

Antonio "Tito", Dad, Mom, Oscar, Carlos & Claudia

Claudia Fabiola Vargas-Doig

 

185. Dora Maria6 Doig-Buendia (Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 31 Dec 1913 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 26 Feb 1914 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 8 Feb 1997 in Chiclayo, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque, Peru. She married on 17 Jun 1942 in Santa Rosa, Peru Angel Gonzalez-Castro, born 14 Nov 1908 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 17 Apr 1910 in Santa Maria Parish, Chiclayo, Peru; died 10 Feb 1990 in Chiclayo, Peru; buried in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque, Peru, son of Angel Gonzalez and Toribia Castro.

Notes for Dora Maria Doig-Buendia

Dora was buried in Cuartel San Miguel 07-B in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque.

MARRIAGE:

They were married in a Civil ceremony.

Notes for Angel Gonzalez-Castro

Angel was Mayor of Lambayeque from 1981 to 1983.

Angel was buried in Cuartel San Miguel 06-B in El Angel Cemetery, Lambayeque.

MARRIAGE:

They were married in a Civil ceremony.

Children of Dora Maria Doig-Buendia and Angel Gonzalez-Castro were as follows:

+ 334 i Rosa Victoria7 Gonzalez-Doig, born 29 Aug 1943 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 29 Oct 1943 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. She married Arturo Guillermo Walter-Gianella.

+ 335 ii Angel Victor7 Gonzalez-Doig, born 11 Sep 1945 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 31 Dec 1945 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. He married Julia Alejandrina Chavez-Heredia.

+ 336 iii Dora Maria7 Gonzalez-Doig, born 5 Apr 1953 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 10 May 1953 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. She married Cesar Augusto Barrios-Flor.

 

186. Luis Federico6 Doig-Buendia (Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 7 Apr 1915 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 16 Jun 1915 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died 1 Jun 1984 in Chiclayo, Peru; buried in Jardines de la Paz Cemetery, Chiclayo, Peru. He married (1) Not married Ludo Torres, born abt 1920; (2) Not married Juana Siancas, born abt 1922; (3) abt 1948 in Peru Nelly Esperanza Escobar, born 18 Dec 1918 in Lambayeque, Peru; died 6 May 1994 in Chiclayo, Peru.

Children of Luis Federico Doig-Buendia and Ludo Torres were as follows:

337 i Marco Antonio7 Doig-Torres, born 26 Jun 1941 in Lambayeque, Peru.

Children of Luis Federico Doig-Buendia and Juana Siancas were as follows:

338 i Victor Guillermo7 Doig-Siancas, born 5 May 1943 in Lambayeque, Peru.

Children of Luis Federico Doig-Buendia and Nelly Esperanza Escobar were as follows:

339 i Rose Mery7 Doig-Escobar, born abt 1950 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married Humberto Arbulu.

340 ii Nelson Federico7 Doig-Escobar, born abt 1952 in Chiclayo, Peru.

+ 341 iii Hugo Patricio7 Doig-Escobar, born 9 Mar 1954 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married Silvana Villa.

+ 342 iv Maritza Cecilia7 Doig-Escobar, born 28 Dec 1956 in Lambayeque, Peru. She married (1) Vicente Ricardo Bustamante; (2) Victor Hugo Burga.

 

188. Blanca Aurora6 Doig-Buendia (Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 11 Dec 1917 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 16 Feb 1918 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru; died aft 2008. She married on 23 Dec 1942 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru Enrique Baca-Walters, born 1918 in Lambayeque, Peru; died 17 Jul 1986 in Chiclayo, Peru, son of Enrique Baca and Cristina Walters.

Notes for Blanca Aurora Doig-Buendia

In 2008 Blanca lived with the family of her daugher Blance.

Notes for Enrique Baca-Walters

Enrique was a Peruvian Republic Senator from 1956 to 1962.

Children of Blanca Aurora Doig-Buendia and Enrique Baca-Walters were as follows:

+ 343 i Enrique7 Baca-Doig, born 21 Mar 1945 in Lima, Peru. He married Elsa Arbulu.

+ 344 ii Victor7 Baca-Doig, born 21 Mar 1945 in Lima, Peru. He married Liliana Oneto.

+ 345 iii Pedro7 Baca-Doig, born 16 Apr 1947 in Lima, Peru. He married Nelly Virginia De La Piedra.

+ 346 iv Edgardo Daniel7 Baca-Doig, born 3 Jan 1949 in Lima, Peru. He married Nancy Pinillos.

+ 347 v Blanca Rosa7 Baca-Doig, born 6 Oct 1950 in Lima, Peru. She married David Pedro Marsano.

348 vi Delia7 Baca-Doig, born 11 Apr 1952 in Lima, Peru.

+ 349 vii Guillermo7 Baca-Doig, born abt 1953 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married Veronica Magaraci.

350 viii Luis Benjamin7 Baca-Doig, born 8 Oct 1955 in Chiclayo, Peru.

351 ix Patricio7 Baca-Doig, born 23 Dec 1962 in Chiclayo, Peru.

 

189. Victor Guillermo6 Doig-Buendia (Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 27 Nov 1919 in Lambayeque, Peru; christened 15 Feb 1920 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. He married in Dec 1953 in Lima, Peru Carlota Hortencia Sanchez, born abt 1930; died 31 Dec 2001 in Lima, Peru; buried in Jardines de la Paz Cemetery, Lima, Peru.

Notes for Victor Guillermo Doig-Buendia

MARRIAGE:

They had a Civil marriage in Dec 1953 in Lima and a Church wedding in Jan 1954 in Nuestra Señora del Pilar Parish in Lima.

Notes for Carlota Hortencia Sanchez

Carlota was buried in Zona Los Sauces in Jardines de la Paz Cemetery, Lima.

MARRIAGE:

They had a Civil marriage in Dec 1953 in Lima and a Church wedding in Jan 1954 in Nuestra Señora del Pilar Parish in Lima.

Children of Victor Guillermo Doig-Buendia and Carlota Hortencia Sanchez were as follows:

+ 352 i Hortencia Rosa7 Doig-Sanchez, born 27 Nov 1954 in Lima, Peru. She married Juan de Dios Lara.

+ 353 ii Guillermo Aurelio7 Doig-Sanchez, born 23 Oct 1955 in Lambayeque, Peru. He married Maria Cristina Calderon.

+ 354 iii Patricio Horacio7 Doig-Sanchez, born 13 Aug 1957 in Lambayeque, Peru. He married Carmen Viacava.

+ 355 iv Rocio Blanca7 Doig-Sanchez, born 13 Aug 1957 in Lambayeque, Peru. She married Miguel Angel Quijano.

+ 356 v Magaly Edda7 Doig-Sanchez, born 4 Nov 1958 in Lambayeque, Peru. She married Rumenos Scander.

 

194. Martha6 Doig-Orbegozo (Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born abt 1941 in Peru. She married on 22 May 1971 in Peru Manuel Limo, born abt 1941.

Children of Martha Doig-Orbegozo and Manuel Limo were as follows:

357 i Manuel Carlo Javier7 Limo-Doig, born 1 Jun 1972 in Peru.

358 ii Victor Eduardo7 Limo-Doig, born 26 Jun 1973 in Peru.

 

195. Victor Fermin6 Doig-Orbegozo (Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 7 Jul 1944 in Lambayeque, Peru. He married abt 1969 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru Angelica Carpena, born abt 1948.

Children of Victor Fermin Doig-Orbegozo and Angelica Carpena were as follows:

359 i Victor Augusto7 Doig-Carpena, born 17 Nov 1971.

360 ii Ronald7 Doig-Carpena, born abt 1974; died abt 2002.

361 iii Diana Maria7 Doig-Carpena, born 27 Aug 1977.

 

196. Cesar Fausto6 Doig-Orbegozo (Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 27 Nov 1948 in Lambayeque, Peru. He married abt 1970 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru Silvia Orfelinda Bornaz, born abt 1950.

Children of Cesar Fausto Doig-Orbegozo and Silvia Orfelinda Bornaz were as follows:

362 i Silvia Fiorella7 Doig-Bornaz, born abt 1973.

 

197. César Alfredo6 Barraza-Doig (Maria Angela5 Doig-Lora, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 18 Jan 1918 in Ica, Peru; christened 16 Mar 1918 in San Jerónimo Parish, Ica, Peru; died 16 Jan 2005 in Lima, Peru; buried in Baquíjano y Carrillo Cemetery, Callao, Peru. He married in Dec 1944 in Lima, Peru Olga Adalguisa Gambetta del Piélago, born 5 May 1922 in Arica (Ilo), Moquegua, Peru; died 4 Dec 1979 in Lima, Peru.

Children of César Alfredo Barraza-Doig and Olga Adalguisa Gambetta del Piélago were as follows:

363 i Beatriz7 Barraza-Doig, born abt 1946 in Peru.

364 ii César Arturo7 Barraza-Doig, born 1 Dec 1948 in Callao, Peru.

365 iii Olga Liliana7 Barraza-Gambeta, born abt 1950 in Peru.

366 iv Lourdes7 Barraza-Doig, born abt 1952 in Peru.

 

200. Juan Enrique6 Doig-Salcedo (Juan Manuel5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 15 Jul 1912 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 28 Jul 1912 in Santa Maria Parish, Chiclayo, Peru; died 15 Apr 1995 in Chosica, Peru. He married (1) abt 1944 Teresa Prado, born abt 1920; (2) Not married Mercedes Marchena, born abt 1925.

Children of Juan Enrique Doig-Salcedo and Teresa Prado were as follows:

367 i Enrique Alberto7 Doig-Prado, born 30 Jul 1946 in Lima, Peru.

Children of Juan Enrique Doig-Salcedo and Mercedes Marchena were as follows:

368 i John Enrique7 Doig-Marchena.

 

201. Guillermo6 Doig-Ramos (Juan Manuel5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 4 Mar 1919 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 16 Oct 1919 in Matriz Parish, Callao, Peru; died 30 Oct 1983 in Lima, Peru. He married (1) abt 1943 Blanca Paredes, born abt 1922; (2) Not married Tula Turkowsky; (3) Not married Maria Peña.

Children of Guillermo Doig-Ramos and Blanca Paredes were as follows:

369 i Romulo Juan7 Doig-Pardes, born 8 Jun 1945 in Chiclayo, Peru.

370 ii Blanca Mercedes7 Doig-Pardes, born 7 Sep 1947 in Chiclayo, Peru.

371 iii Juan Manuel7 Doig-Pardes, born 28 Oct 1949 in Chiclayo, Peru.

Children of Guillermo Doig-Ramos and Tula Turkowsky were as follows:

372 i Blanca Zoila7 Doig-Turkowsky, born 3 Jul 1947 in Chiclayo, Peru.

373 ii Jeannette Margarita7 Doig-Turkowsky, born 22 Mar 1949 in Chiclayo, Peru.

Children of Guillermo Doig-Ramos and Maria Peña were as follows:

374 i Guillermo7 Doig-Peña, born 17 Aug 1951.

375 ii Carlos7 Doig-Peña, born 11 Sep 1952.

376 iii Maria Elena7 Doig-Peña, born 4 May 1957.

377 iv Maria Eugenia7 Doig-Peña, born 22 Jan 1959.

378 v Child7 Doig-Peña, born abt 1961.

379 vi Child7 Doig-Peña, born abt 1963.

380 vii Child7 Doig-Peña, born abt 1965.

 

202. Jorge6 Doig-Ramos (Juan Manuel5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 3 Jan 1923 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married abt 1952 Carmela Alberdi, born abt 1930.

Notes for Jorge Doig-Ramos

Jorge entered the US at Brownsville Municipal Airport, Brownsville, TX on 23 Sept 1944, having arrivd from Mexico.

Children of Jorge Doig-Ramos and Carmela Alberdi were as follows:

381 i Jorge Eduardo7 Doig-Alberdi, born 14 Dec 1954 in Lima, Peru.

382 ii Mary Ann7 Doig-Alberdi, born 17 Apr 1957 in Lima, Peru.

383 iii Jose Antonio7 Doig-Alberdi, born 19 Oct 1961 in Lima, Peru.

384 iv Sandra Patricia7 Doig-Alberdi, born 14 Aug 1963 in Lima, Peru.

José Antonio Doig

UN Forum on Forests, Geneva, 2004

 

204. Juan6 Doig-Montenegro (Juan Manuel5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 22 Aug 1920 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 4 Nov 1920 in Santa Maria Parish, Chiclayo, Peru; died 30 May 1985 in Lima, Peru. He married abt 1949 Victoria Luna-Victoria, born abt 1925; died 26 Dec 1982 in Lima, Peru.

Children of Juan Doig-Montenegro and Victoria Luna-Victoria were as follows:

385 i Juan Victor7 Doig-Luna, born 27 Aug 1951 in Lima, Peru.

+ 386 ii Cecilia Esperanze7 Doig-Luna, born 17 Jan 1954 in Lima, Peru. She married Hugo Mc Farlane.

387 iii Diana Maria7 Doig-Luna, born 12 Mar 1968 in Lima, Peru.

 

207. Cesar Aurelio6 Doig-Montenegro (Juan Manuel5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 11 Mar 1929 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married (1) abt 1955 Martha Espantoso, born abt 1935; (2) abt 1965 Bertha Monteverde, born abt 1940; (3) Maria Ester Prias.

Children of Cesar Aurelio Doig-Montenegro and Martha Espantoso were as follows:

388 i Maria del Carmen7 Doig-Espantoso, born 6 Nov 1957 in Lima, Peru.

389 ii Rossana Maria7 Doig-Espantoso, born 16 Nov 1958 in Lima, Peru.

Children of Cesar Aurelio Doig-Montenegro and Bertha Monteverde were as follows:

390 i Cesar Augusto7 Doig-Monteverde, born 7 Oct 1967 in Lima, Peru.

391 ii Juan Manuel7 Doig-Monteverde, born 26 Feb 1970 in Lima, Peru.

 

209. Victor6 Doig-Sime (Juan Manuel5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born abt 1929 in Chiclayo, Peru; died 25 May 1959 in Talara, Peru; buried in Presbitero Maestro Cemetery, Lima, Peru. He married Victoria Castro, born abt 1933 in Peru.

Notes for Victor Doig-Sime

Victor was a Captain in the Peruvian Air Force and a combat pilot.

Victor was buried in Cuartel San Basilio 11-B in Presbitero Maestro Cemetery, Lima.

Children of Victor Doig-Sime and Victoria Castro were as follows:

392 i Janet7 Doig-Castro, born 4 Mar 1955 in Lima, Peru. She married Elmer Zimbelmann, born abt 1951.

393 ii Victor7 Doig-Castro, born 24 Mar 1956 in Lima, Peru. Notes: Victor lives in Japan.

+ 394 iii Karen7 Doig-Sime, born 24 Apr 1958 in Lima, Peru. She married Robert Boatright.

 

211. Augusto Benjamin6 Doig-Suing (Juan Manuel5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 10 Sep 1940 in Hacienda Cabo Verde, Peru; died 25 Oct 1988 in Juliaca, Peru. He married abt 1971 Helene Stahelin, born 10 Jan 1931 in Basilea, Switzerland.

Notes for Augusto Benjamin Doig-Suing

Augusto was a sociologist.

Children of Augusto Benjamin Doig-Suing and Helene Stahelin were as follows:

395 i Sofia Enriqueta7 Doig-Stahelin, born 19 Jul 1973 in Chiclayo, Peru.

 

212. Elisa6 Doig-Suing (Juan Manuel5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 31 May 1942 in Guadalupe, Peru. She married abt 1963 Jaime Ugaz-Tello, born 20 Feb 1942 in Chongoyape, Peru.

Notes for Elisa Doig-Suing

Elisa is a librarian.

Children of Elisa Doig-Suing and Jaime Ugaz-Tello were as follows:

396 i Beatriz Julia7 Ugaz-Doig, born 13 Aug 1965 in Chiclayo, Peru.

+ 397 ii Ivonne Liliana7 Ugaz-Doig, born 17 Dec 1966 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married Jose Luis Bulnes-Rodriguez.

398 iii Liberman Boris7 Ugaz-Doig, born 11 Jul 1975 in Chiclayo, Peru.

 

213. Juana Raquel6 Doig-Suing (Juan Manuel5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 22 Apr 1944 in Pueblo Nuevo, Peru. She married abt 1969 Tomas Orlando Aguinaga, born 7 Mar 1938.

Notes for Juana Raquel Doig-Suing

Juana is a secretary.

Children of Juana Raquel Doig-Suing and Tomas Orlando Aguinaga were as follows:

399 i Carmen Raquel7 Aguinaga-Doig, born 21 Dec 1971 in Chiclayo, Peru.

400 ii Silvia Georgina7 Aguinaga-Doig, born 28 Apr 1973 in Chiclayo, Peru.

401 iii Juan Orlando7 Aguinaga-Doig, born 7 Dec 1974 in Chiclayo, Peru.

402 iv Katya Cecilia7 Aguinaga-Doig, born 5 Dec 1975 in Chiclayo, Peru.

 

214. Julio6 Doig-Suing (Juan Manuel5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 4 Sep 1945 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married abt 1965 Clorinda Perpetua Ruiz, born abt 1946.

Notes for Julio Doig-Suing

Julio is a civil engineer.

Children of Julio Doig-Suing and Clorinda Perpetua Ruiz were as follows:

403 i Julio Jacinto7 Doig-Ruiz, born abt 1966 in Chiclayo, Peru.

404 ii Maria Goretti7 Doig-Ruiz, born abt 1968 in Chiclayo, Peru.

405 iii Erika Shantal7 Doig-Ruiz, born 29 Aug 1970 in Lima, Peru.

406 iv Julio7 Doig-Ruiz, born 2 Sep 1970 in Lima, Peru.

407 v Juan Jose7 Doig-Ruiz, born 5 Feb 1973 in Piura, Peru.

408 vi Rafael Antonio7 Doig-Ruiz, born 18 Dec 1974 in Piura, Peru.

409 vii Javier7 Doig-Ruiz, born 22 Feb 1977 in Piura, Peru.

410 viii Juan Ramon7 Doig-Ruiz, born 1 Mar 1979 in Piura, Peru.

411 ix Clorinda Ines7 Doig-Ruiz, born abt 1981 in Piura, Peru.

 

215. Leonor6 Doig-Suing (Juan Manuel5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 15 Jun 1947 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married abt 1971 Eduardo Hildebrando Ugaz, born abt 1943.

Notes for Leonor Doig-Suing

Leonor is a professor.

Children of Leonor Doig-Suing and Eduardo Hildebrando Ugaz were as follows:

412 i Patricia7 Ugaz-Doig, born 8 Apr 1973 in Chiclayo, Peru.

413 ii Mariella7 Ugaz-Doig, born 22 Jun 1974 in Chiclayo, Peru.

414 iii Lucia7 Ugaz-Doig, born 24 Sep 1975 in Chiclayo, Peru.

415 iv Katherine7 Ugaz-Doig, born 20 Nov 1982 in Chiclayo, Peru.

 

216. Olga6 Doig-Suing (Juan Manuel5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 30 Nov 1949 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married abt 1972 Mr. Garay, born abt 1945.

Notes for Olga Doig-Suing

Olga is a professor.

Children of Olga Doig-Suing and Mr. Garay were as follows:

416 i Billy7 Garay-Doig, born 4 Jun 1974 in Lima, Peru.

417 ii Olga7 Garay-Doig, born 4 Jun 1974 in Lima, Peru.

418 iii Judy Catalina7 Garay-Doig, born 8 May 1975 in Lima, Peru.

419 iv Carolina7 Garay-Doig, born 22 Feb 1977 in Lima, Peru.

 

217. Virgilio6 Doig-Suing (Juan Manuel5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 18 Oct 1951 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married abt 1979 Mirna Clara Gonzales-Otoya, born abt 1953.

Notes for Virgilio Doig-Suing

Virgilio is a civil engineer.

Children of Virgilio Doig-Suing and Mirna Clara Gonzales-Otoya were as follows:

420 i Virgilio7 Doig-Gonzales, born abt 1981.

421 ii Simonette7 Doig-Gonzales, born abt 1983.

422 iii Lizeth7 Doig-Gonzales, born 6 Jul 1985.

423 iv Bruno7 Doig-Gonzales, born Jan 1991.

 

218. Juan David6 Doig-Suing (Juan Manuel5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 26 Jun 1953 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married abt 1975 Marcela Castillo, born abt 1955.

Notes for Juan David Doig-Suing

Juan is an ex Coronel Del Ejercito Peruano, a retired Colonel in the Peruvian Army.

Children of Juan David Doig-Suing and Marcela Castillo were as follows:

424 i Patricia Vanessa7 Doig-Castillo, born 20 Oct 1977 in Lima, Peru.

425 ii Silvana Zarela7 Doig-Castillo, born 1 Mar 1979 in Lima, Peru.

426 iii Gabriela Estefanía7 Doig-Castillo, born 30 Jun 1987 in Lima, Peru.

 

219. Leda6 Doig-Padovani (Carlos Alberto5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born abt 1920 in Peru. She married on 28 Jul 1951 in Capilla del Colegio Marianistas Parish, Lima, Peru Oscar Muro, born abt 1920.

Children of Leda Doig-Padovani and Oscar Muro were as follows:

427 i Oscar Federico7 Muro-Doig, born 30 Apr 1954.

428 ii Leda Maria7 Muro-Doig, born 24 May 1955.

429 iii Carlos Eugenio7 Muro, born 27 Sep 1959.

 

220. Carlos Alberto6 Doig-Padovani (Carlos Alberto5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 21 Jan 1922 in Lima, Peru. He married abt 1955 Graciela Diaz, born abt 1925.

Notes for Carlos Alberto Doig-Padovani

Carlos was a Lawyer and a Judge at Chiclayo.

Children of Carlos Alberto Doig-Padovani and Graciela Diaz were as follows:

430 i Carlos Alberto7 Doig-Diaz.

431 ii Rosa Maria7 Doig-Diaz.

432 iii Hugo7 Doig-Diaz.

 

221. Hugo6 Doig-Padovani (Carlos Alberto5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 12 Jan 1924 in Lima, Peru. He married abt 1955 Violeta Diehs, born abt 1930.

Children of Hugo Doig-Padovani and Violeta Diehs were as follows:

433 i Ana Maria7 Doig-Diehs, born 31 May 1957 in Talara, Peru.

434 ii Violeta Helena7 Doig-Diehs, born 27 Jan 1959 in Talara, Peru.

435 iii Maria Teresa7 Doig-Diehs, born 27 Sep 1963 in Talara, Peru.

 

222. Nora6 Doig-Padovani (Carlos Alberto5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 11 Feb 1926 in Callao, Peru. She married abt 1947 Nicolas Vasallo, born abt 1922.

Children of Nora Doig-Padovani and Nicolas Vasallo were as follows:

436 i Nora Maria7 Vasallo-Doig, born 13 Jan 1949.

437 ii Nicolas Francisco7 Vasallo-Doig, born 2 Jun 1950.

438 iii Eliana Angela7 Vasallo-Doig, born 10 Oct 1952.

439 iv Carlos7 Vasallo-Doig, born 5 Nov 1953.

440 v Alina del Carmen7 Vasallo-Doig, born 9 Jan 1957.

 

225. Patricio Julio6 Doig-Padovani (Carlos Alberto5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 31 Jul 1931 in Callao, Peru. He married abt 1961 Rene Yolanda Bernuy, born abt 1940.

Children of Patricio Julio Doig-Padovani and Rene Yolanda Bernuy were as follows:

441 i Patricio Rafael7 Doig-Bernuy, born 31 Jan 1963 in Lima, Peru.

442 ii Carla Maria7 Doig-Bernuy, born 6 May 1970 in Chiclayo, Peru.

443 iii Erika Liliana7 Doig-Bernuy, born 19 Oct 1971 in Chiclayo, Peru.

 

226. Gloria Angela6 Doig-Padovani (Carlos Alberto5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 3 Feb 1936 in Lima, Peru; died Deceased. She married abt 1960 William Fernandez, born abt 1933.

Children of Gloria Angela Doig-Padovani and William Fernandez were as follows:

444 i Gonzolo7 Fernandez-Doig.

445 ii Lola7 Fernandez-Doig.

446 iii Gustavo7 Fernandez-Doig.

447 iv Fabiola7 Fernandez-Doig.

 

227. Juan Manuel6 Doig-Padovani (Carlos Alberto5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 14 May 1938 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married abt 1965 Carmela Aguayo, born abt 1942.

Children of Juan Manuel Doig-Padovani and Carmela Aguayo were as follows:

448 i Juan Federico7 Doig-Aguayo.

449 ii Juan Patricio7 Doig-Aguayo.

450 iii Juan Manuel7 Doig-Aguayo.

451 iv Mariana7 Doig-Aguayo.

 

228. Liliana Martha6 Doig-Padovani (Carlos Alberto5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 9 Jul 1941 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married abt 1965 Antonio Diaz, born abt 1938 in Guatemala.

Children of Liliana Martha Doig-Padovani and Antonio Diaz were as follows:

452 i Rocio7 Diaz-Doig.

453 ii Azabech7 Diaz-Doig.

 

229. Juan Patricio6 Doig-Lossio (Patricio5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 21 Sep 1927 in Pacasmayo, Peru. He married Adriana Mannucci, born abt 1931.

Children of Juan Patricio Doig-Lossio and Adriana Mannucci were as follows:

454 i Ida Maria7 Doig-Mannucci, born 10 Sep 1954.

455 ii Juan7 Doig-Mannucci, born 21 Jan 1958.

456 iii Aida Adriana7 Doig-Mannucci, born 27 Jun 1961.

457 iv Ursula Beatriz7 Doig-Mannucci, born 9 Oct 1962.

 

230. Carlos Benjamin6 Doig-Lossio (Patricio5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born abt 1929 in Peru; died 28 Nov 1972 in Lima, Peru. He married abt 1955 Elena Klinge, born abt 1933; died 13 Feb 2001 in Lima, Peru.

Notes for Carlos Benjamin Doig-Lossio

Carlos Benjamin was an Architect. He was a political leader and Under-Mayor of Lima.

Children of Carlos Benjamin Doig-Lossio and Elena Klinge were as follows:

458 i Benjamin7 Doig-Klinge, born abt 1956 in Peru; died 1957 in Lima, Peru.

459 ii Luis German7 Doig-Klinge, born 1957; died 19 Nov 2000 in Lima, Peru. Notes: German was a promonent Peruvian evangelist for the Catholic Church. See websites http://www.eclesiales.org/GermanDoig.htm and http://www.m-v-c.org/subsidios/otros/destec.htm.

460 iii Monica7 Doig-Klinge, born 12 May 1959.

461 iv Maria de la Soledad7 Doig-Klinge, born 10 Feb 1962.

462 v Maria Elena7 Doig-Klinge, born abt 1965.

463 vi Maria Claudia7 Doig-Klinge, born 29 Oct 1966.

German Doig-Klinge

 

Generation 7

242. Elena7 Doig-Valcarcel (Alejandro Aurelio6, Maximiliano5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1). She married unknown.

Children of Elena Doig-Valcarcel were as follows:

464 i Mr.8 Rodruguez-Doig.

 

250. Pedro Segundo Gonzalo7 Doig-Busatmante (Andres Avelino Gonzalo6, Maximiliano5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 23 Oct 1936 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married Rosa Angelica Ruiz-Anto, born 31 Aug 1948 in Chiclayo, Peru.

Notes for Pedro Segundo Gonzalo Doig-Busatmante

Gonzolon died while watching at Burt Lancaster movie.

See photo at http://doig.net/PAngelica&GonzaloDoig.jpg

Children of Pedro Segundo Gonzalo Doig-Busatmante and Rosa Angelica Ruiz-Anto were as follows:

465 i Christian Omar8 Doig-Ruiz, born 26 Dec 1975 in Chiclayo, Peru.

466 ii Jackeline Roxana8 Doig-Ruiz, born 15 Sep 1977 in Chiclayo, Peru.

467 iii Diana Vanessa8 Doig-Ruiz, born 29 Oct 1984 in Ferreñafe, Peru.

 

257. Guadalupe Julia Marina7 Castañeda-Doig (Marina Alicia6 Doig-Dansey, Maximiliano5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1). She married Senor Cuadros.

Children of Guadalupe Julia Marina Castañeda-Doig and Senor Cuadros were as follows:

468 i Paloma8 Cuadros.

 

262. Gladys7 Doig-Pasara (Elias Jorge6, Maximiliano5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1). She married Roberto Blanco-Velo.

Children of Gladys Doig-Pasara and Roberto Blanco-Velo were as follows:

469 i Marienne8 Blanco-Velo Doig, born 1959 in Lima, Peru. Notes: In 2012 Marienne was an elementary school teacher in Seal Beach, CA.

 

268. Maximo Eduardo7 Castillo-Doig (Carmen Olinda6 Doig-Gamarra, Elias5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 10 Oct 1921 in Trujillo, Peru. He married (---) Vilchez, born abt 1925 in Peru.

Children of Maximo Eduardo Castillo-Doig and (---) Vilchez were as follows:

470 i Juan Maximo8 Castillo-Vilchez, born 25 Nov 1948 in Lambayeque, Peru.

471 ii Alecia Maria8 Castillo-Vilchez, born 10 Sep 1954 in Lambayeque, Peru.

 

281. Elias7 Doig-Quiñones (David6, Elias5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 27 Feb 1936 in Lima, Peru. He married Maria Luisa Tellez-Portales, born 21 Jun 1936 in Lima, Peru.

Children of Elias Doig-Quiñones and Maria Luisa Tellez-Portales were as follows:

+ 472 i David Elias8 Doig-Tellez, born 6 Aug 1964 in Lima, Peru. He married Mariela Natalia Villacorta.

473 ii Luis David8 Doig-Tellez, born 7 May 1966 in Lima, Peru.

474 iii Maria Carelc8 Doig-Tellez, born 1 Dec 1967 in Lima, Peru.

475 iv Maria Louisa8 Doig-Tellez, born 7 May 1974 in Lima, Peru.

 

299. Jean Jesu7 Doig-Camino (Carlos Alberto6, Carlos Alberto5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 3 Feb 1948 in Huaraz, Peru. He married on 13 Jan 1984 in Lima, Peru Silvia Gabriela Godier, born 19 Dec 1956.

Notes for Jean Jesu Doig-Camino

Jean Jesu is a retired admiral in the Peruvian Navy, a rank as a US Navy Rear admiral.

Children of Jean Jesu Doig-Camino and Silvia Gabriela Godier were as follows:

476 i Jean Christian8 Doig-Godier, born 15 Nov 1984 in Lima, Peru.

477 ii Alan Gabriel8 Doig-Godier, born 29 Jan 1986 in Lima, Peru.

 

301. Mery Elizabeth7 Doig-Camino (Carlos Alberto6, Carlos Alberto5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 3 Aug 1954 in Lima, Peru. She married Carlos Paredes, born abt 1954 in Peru.

Notes for Mery Elizabeth Doig-Camino

Mery Elizabeth became a doctor in mathematics for Pontifical Catholic University of Peru.

Children of Mery Elizabeth Doig-Camino and Carlos Paredes were as follows:

478 i Ana Lucia8 Paredes-Doig, born 15 Sep 1986 in Lima, Peru.

 

302. Ana Graciela7 Tejada-Doig (Maria Elvira6 Doig-Sanchez, Cesar David5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 3 Aug 1953 in Lima, Peru. She married in 1980 in Peru Jorge Enrique Pacora-Puga, born abt 1953 in Peru.

Children of Ana Graciela Tejada-Doig and Jorge Enrique Pacora-Puga were as follows:

479 i Jorge Enrique8 Pacora-Tejada, born 13 Mar 1981 in Peru.

480 ii Alfonso Alejandro8 Pacora-Tejada, born 14 Mar 1988 in Peru.

 

303. Ana Rosario7 Tejada-Doig (Maria Elvira6 Doig-Sanchez, Cesar David5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 26 Oct 1956 in Peru. He married Senora Nacido, born abt 1965 in Peru.

Children of Ana Rosario Tejada-Doig and Senora Nacido were as follows:

481 i Sebastian Edwardo Moran8 Tejada-Nacido, born 28 May 1992 in Peru.

482 ii Natalia Sofia Macchiu8 Tejada-Nacido, born 28 Mar 1996 in Peru.

 

304. Edwardo Enrique7 Tejada-Doig (Maria Elvira6 Doig-Sanchez, Cesar David5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 28 Apr 1959 in Peru. He married Senora Nacido, born abt 1965 in Peru.

Children of Edwardo Enrique Tejada-Doig and Senora Nacido were as follows:

483 i Edwardo Manuel Moran8 Tejada-Nacido, born 15 Jan 1988 in Peru.

484 ii Francisco Jose Moran8 Tejada-Nacido, born 15 Jun 1989 in Peru.

 

310. Ricardo Jesus7 Doig-Paredes (Augusto Corsino6, Augusto5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 17 Oct 1928 in Peru. He married unknown.

Children of Ricardo Jesus Doig-Paredes were as follows:

+ 485 i Ricardo Augusto Sebastian8 Doig-Lizarzaburu, born 20 Jan 1962 in Peru. He married Bertha Elizabeth Romero de Doig.

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Bertha Elizabeth Romero de Doig

Augusto Doig-Romero

Anne Elizabeth Angelica Doig-Romero

 

314. Juan Federico7 Orbegoso-Doig (Bertha6 Doig-Lopez, Juan Federico5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 18 Jul 1932 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married Yolanda Saldaña.

Children of Juan Federico Orbegoso-Doig and Yolanda Saldaña were as follows:

486 i Juan8 Orbegoso-Saldaña.

487 ii José Francisco8 Orbegoso-Saldaña.

488 iii Federico8 Orbegoso-Saldaña.

489 iv Luis8 Orbegoso-Saldaña.

490 v Gisella8 Orbegoso-Saldaña, died 1983 in Peru.

 

315. Elsa Sofia7 Orbegoso-Doig (Bertha6 Doig-Lopez, Juan Federico5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 22 Oct 1933 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married Mario Cortijo-Müller, born 7 Aug 1933 in Castilla La Mancha, Spain; died 7 Oct 1986 in Lima, Peru.

Children of Elsa Sofia Orbegoso-Doig and Mario Cortijo-Müller were as follows:

+ 491 i Elsa8 Cortijo-Orbegoso. She married Robert Waibel.

 

316. Clementina Isabel7 Orbegoso-Doig (Bertha6 Doig-Lopez, Juan Federico5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 27 Jul 1936 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married Nelson Diaz-Bazán.

Children of Clementina Isabel Orbegoso-Doig and Nelson Diaz-Bazán were as follows:

+ 492 i Nelson8 Diaz-Orbegoso. He married Sarah Williams.

+ 493 ii Carlos8 Diaz-Orbegoso. He married Esmeralda Mesones.

+ 494 iii Rose Cecilia8 Diaz-Orbegoso. She married David Plath.

+ 495 iv María del Rosario8 Diaz-Orbegoso. She married Augusto Doig-Deza.

 

317. José Antonio7 Orbegoso-Doig (Bertha6 Doig-Lopez, Juan Federico5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 21 Feb 1945 in Chiclayo, Peru; died bef 2002. He married Dalia Bolivia.

Children of José Antonio Orbegoso-Doig and Dalia Bolivia were as follows:

496 i Iván8 Orbegoso-Bolivia.

497 ii Cecilia8 Orbegoso-Bolivia.

498 iii Gustavo8 Orbegoso-Bolivia.

499 iv José8 Orbegoso-Bolivia.

500 v Juan Julio8 Orbegoso-Bolivia.

 

318. Bertha Angelica7 Orbegoso-Doig (Bertha6 Doig-Lopez, Juan Federico5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 12 Feb 1948 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married Victor Ludeña-Anteparra.

Children of Bertha Angelica Orbegoso-Doig and Victor Ludeña-Anteparra were as follows:

501 i Juan Francisco8 Ludeña-Orbegoso.

502 ii Patricia Beatriz8 Ludeña-Orbegoso.

 

319. Victor Enrique7 Orbegoso-Doig (Bertha6 Doig-Lopez, Juan Federico5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 28 Jan 1954 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married (1) Julia Perales; (2) Gaby Luz Delgado-Farfán.

Children of Victor Enrique Orbegoso-Doig and Julia Perales were as follows:

503 i Victor Antonio8 Orbegoso-Perales.

Children of Victor Enrique Orbegoso-Doig and Gaby Luz Delgado-Farfán were as follows:

504 i Erika8 Orbegoso-Delgado.

505 ii Juan Enrique8 Orbegoso-Delgado.

506 iii Giovanna8 Orbegoso-Delgado.

507 iv Bertha8 Orbegoso-Delgado.

508 v Susan8 Orbegoso-Delgado.

 

326. Adriana7 Doig-Garcia (Antonio6, Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born abt 1939 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married (---) Vargas.

Children of Adriana Doig-Garcia and (---) Vargas were as follows:

509 i Antonio (Tito)8 Vargas-Doig.

510 ii Jimy8 Vargas-Doig. Notes: Jimy lived in New Jersey.

511 iii Oscar8 Vargas-Doig.

512 iv Carlos8 Vargas-Doig.

513 v Claudia Fabiola8 Vargas-Doig. Notes: Claudia lived in Durham, NC and teaches school there.

 

334. Rosa Victoria7 Gonzalez-Doig (Dora Maria6 Doig-Buendia, Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 29 Aug 1943 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 29 Oct 1943 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. She married on 20 Feb 1965 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru Arturo Guillermo Walter-Gianella, born 4 Jan 1943 in Lima, Peru; christened 13 Jan 1943 in La Virgen Milagrosa Parish, Lima, Peru, son of Alfredo Arturo Walter-Vargas and Maria Antonieta Gianella.

Notes for Rosa Victoria Gonzalez-Doig

MARRIAGE:

The were married the same day in a Civil ceremony in Chiclayo.

Notes for Arturo Guillermo Walter-Gianella

Arturo Guillermo is an Graduate Engineer in Agriculture.

MARRIAGE:

The were married the same day in a Civil ceremony in Chiclayo.

Children of Rosa Victoria Gonzalez-Doig and Arturo Guillermo Walter-Gianella were as follows:

514 i Rosa Maria8 Walter-Gonzalez, born 14 Jan 1966 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 22 Jan 1966 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru.

515 ii Roger Angel8 Walter-Gonzalez, born 11 Mar 1967 in Lima, Peru; christened 7 Apr 1967 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. He married on 27 Sep 1997 in La Virgen Milagrosa Parish, Lima, Peru Pilar Elizabeth Montes-Romani, born 29 Apr 1972 in Hospital Edgardo Rebagliati, Lima, Peru, daughter of Carlos Abel Montes and Esther Romani. Notes: Roger is a graduate computer engineer. MARRIAGE: They were married in a Civil ceremony the same day in Lima.

516 iii Robert William8 Walter-Gonzalez, born 18 Mar 1969 in Miami, Florida, USA; christened 14 Jan 1970 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru.

+ 517 iv Richard George8 Walter-Gonzalez, born 2 Jul 1970 in Pahokee, Florida, USA; christened 24 Mar 1971 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. He married Yolanda Cirse Ciudad-Saavedra.

 

335. Angel Victor7 Gonzalez-Doig (Dora Maria6 Doig-Buendia, Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 11 Sep 1945 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 31 Dec 1945 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. He married on 2 Sep 1972 in San Vincente de Paul Parish, Chiclayo, Peru Julia Alejandrina Chavez-Heredia, born 19 Oct 1948 in Trujillo, Peru; christened 28 Apr 1949 in Del Sagrario Parish, Trujillo, Peru, daughter of Antonio Roman Chavez and Lily Graciela Heredia.

Notes for Angel Victor Gonzalez-Doig

Angel Victor has a Masters Degree in Agriculture.

MARRIAGE:

The were married the prior day on 1 Sept 1972 in a Civil ceremony in Lambayeque.

Notes for Julia Alejandrina Chavez-Heredia

MARRIAGE:

The were married the prior day on 1 Sept 1972 in a Civil ceremony in Lambayeque.

Children of Angel Victor Gonzalez-Doig and Julia Alejandrina Chavez-Heredia were as follows:

518 i Giuliana Marise8 Gonzalez-Chavez, born 27 Jul 1973 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 30 Mar 1974 in Chiclayo, Peru.

519 ii Angel Enrique8 Gonzalez-Chavez, born 5 Jul 1975 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 18 May 1980 in Lambayeque, Peru.

520 iii Jose Antonio8 Gonzalez-Chavez, born 16 Dec 1982 in Lima, Peru; christened 25 Feb 1984 in Lima, Peru.

 

336. Dora Maria7 Gonzalez-Doig (Dora Maria6 Doig-Buendia, Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 5 Apr 1953 in Chiclayo, Peru; christened 10 May 1953 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. She married on 26 Oct 1973 in Lambayeque, Peru Cesar Augusto Barrios-Flor, born 8 Oct 1953 in Eusebio Ayala, Paraguay; christened San Jose de Asuncion Prish, Paraguay, son of Cesar Augusto Barrios and Selva Benita Flor.

Notes for Dora Maria Gonzalez-Doig

MARRIAGE:

The were married in a Civil ceremony. The remarried 9 Nov 1973 in a Church wedding on 9 Nov 1973 at Nuestra Señora de la Consolacion Parish, Chiclayo.

Notes for Cesar Augusto Barrios-Flor

MARRIAGE:

The were married in a Civil ceremony. The remarried 9 Nov 1973 in a Church wedding on 9 Nov 1973 at Nuestra Señora de la Consolacion Parish, Chiclayo.

Children of Dora Maria Gonzalez-Doig and Cesar Augusto Barrios-Flor were as follows:

521 i Cesar Augusto8 Barrios-Gonzalez, born 19 Jun 1974 in Chiclayo, Peru.

522 ii Christian Angel8 Barrios-Flor, born 26 Feb 1979 in Chiclayo, Peru.

 

341. Hugo Patricio7 Doig-Escobar (Luis Federico6, Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 9 Mar 1954 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married in 1976 in Nuestra Señora de la Consolacion Parish, Chiclayo, Peru Silvana Villa, born abt 1956.

Notes for Hugo Patricio Doig-Escobar

Hugo Patricio is a graduate engineer in agriculture.

Children of Hugo Patricio Doig-Escobar and Silvana Villa were as follows:

523 i John Patrick8 Doig-Villa, born 17 Jun 1977 in Chiclayo, Peru.

524 ii Sandra Denise8 Doig-Villa, born 25 Feb 1979 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married Jose Mauritius Alarcon-Diaz, born abt 1975 in Peru.

525 iii Silvana Fiorella8 Doig-Villa, born 29 Aug 1983 in Chiclayo, Peru.

526 iv Luis Federico8 Doig-Villa, born 18 Dec 1984 in Chiclayo, Peru.

 

342. Maritza Cecilia7 Doig-Escobar (Luis Federico6, Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 28 Dec 1956 in Lambayeque, Peru. She married (1) abt 1973 Vicente Ricardo Bustamante, born 12 Dec 1954 in Chiclayo, Peru; (2) abt 1983 Victor Hugo Burga, born 16 Apr 1951 in Chiclayo, Peru.

Children of Maritza Cecilia Doig-Escobar and Vicente Ricardo Bustamante were as follows:

527 i Maria Cecilia8 Bustamante-Doig, born 23 Jan 1975 in Chiclayo, Peru.

Children of Maritza Cecilia Doig-Escobar and Victor Hugo Burga were as follows:

528 i Maritza Carolina8 Burga-Doig, born 26 Nov 1985 in Chiclayo, Peru.

529 ii Melissa Catherine8 Burga-Doig, born 17 Mar 1987 in Chiclayo, Peru.

 

343. Enrique7 Baca-Doig (Blanca Aurora6 Doig-Buendia, Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 21 Mar 1945 in Lima, Peru. He married Elsa Arbulu, born abt 1948.

Children of Enrique Baca-Doig and Elsa Arbulu were as follows:

530 i Enrique8 Baca-Arbulu. He married Milena Zegarra-Ruesta. Notes: They have one son.

531 ii Veronica8 Baca-Arbulu. She married César Campodónico.

532 iii Blanca8 Baca-Arbulu. She married Henry Beaumont.

533 iv Luis Felipe8 Baca-Arbulu. Notes: Luis is married.

 

344. Victor7 Baca-Doig (Blanca Aurora6 Doig-Buendia, Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 21 Mar 1945 in Lima, Peru. He married Liliana Oneto, born abt 1947.

Notes for Victor Baca-Doig

Victor is a Lawyer from La Catolica University in Lima.

Children of Victor Baca-Doig and Liliana Oneto were as follows:

534 i Elena8 Baca-Oneto.

535 ii Victor8 Baca-Oneto.

 

345. Pedro7 Baca-Doig (Blanca Aurora6 Doig-Buendia, Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 16 Apr 1947 in Lima, Peru. He married Nelly Virginia De La Piedra, born abt 1951.

Notes for Pedro Baca-Doig

Pedro is a retired Peruvian Army General.

Children of Pedro Baca-Doig and Nelly Virginia De La Piedra were as follows:

+ 536 i Juan Eduardo8 Baca-De La Piedra. He married Karla Fiorella Gomez-Benavides.

537 ii Ines8 Baca-De La Piedra.

538 iii Nelly8 Baca-De La Piedra.

539 iv Lucy8 Baca-De La Piedra.

540 v Jimena8 Baca-De La Piedra.

 

346. Edgardo Daniel7 Baca-Doig (Blanca Aurora6 Doig-Buendia, Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 3 Jan 1949 in Lima, Peru. He married Nancy Pinillos, born abt 1952.

Children of Edgardo Daniel Baca-Doig and Nancy Pinillos were as follows:

541 i Edgardo8 Baca-Pinillos.

542 ii Brenda8 Baca-Pinillos.

 

347. Blanca Rosa7 Baca-Doig (Blanca Aurora6 Doig-Buendia, Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 6 Oct 1950 in Lima, Peru. She married on 11 Jun 1977 in Nuestra Señora del Carmen Parish, Pimentel, Peru David Pedro Marsano, born abt 1947.

Children of Blanca Rosa Baca-Doig and David Pedro Marsano were as follows:

543 i Italo Enrique8 Marsano-Baca, born 25 Feb 1981 in Lima, Peru. Notes: Italo earned a Metallurgical Engineering degree from the University of Missouri in the United States. He works in a foundry in Lima as an engineer where they manufacture cast parts for heavy equipment and export them to the USA, Europe, and Latin America. In 2008 he lived at his parent's house along with his 90 year old grandmother Blanca.

544 ii Mirella8 Marsano-Baca, born 8 Feb 1982 in Lima, Peru.

 

349. Guillermo7 Baca-Doig (Blanca Aurora6 Doig-Buendia, Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born abt 1953 in Chiclayo, Peru. He married on 8 Jan 1988 in Santa Maria Reina Parish, Lima, Peru Veronica Magaraci, born abt 1956.

Notes for Guillermo Baca-Doig

Guillermo is a Contralmirante in the Peruvian Navy, a rank higher than a US Navy Captain.

Children of Guillermo Baca-Doig and Veronica Magaraci were as follows:

545 i Veronica8 Baca-Magaraci, born 11 Dec 1988 in Lima, Peru.

546 ii Andrea8 Baca-Magaraci, born abt 1990 in Lima, Peru.

547 iii Guillermo8 Baca-Magaraci, born abt 1992 in Lima, Peru.

 

352. Hortencia Rosa7 Doig-Sanchez (Victor Guillermo6, Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 27 Nov 1954 in Lima, Peru. She married abt 1975 in Chiclayo, Peru Juan de Dios Lara, born 31 Jul 1948.

Children of Hortencia Rosa Doig-Sanchez and Juan de Dios Lara were as follows:

548 i Juan Miguel8 Lara-Doig, born 16 Apr 1977 in Chiclayo, Peru.

549 ii Erick8 Lara-Doig, born abt 1980 in Chiclayo, Peru.

550 iii Ricardo8 Lara-Doig, born abt 1985 in Chiclayo, Peru.

551 iv Miguel Alonso8 Lara-Doig, born 26 Apr 1993 in Chiclayo, Peru.

 

353. Guillermo Aurelio7 Doig-Sanchez (Victor Guillermo6, Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 23 Oct 1955 in Lambayeque, Peru. He married abt 1982 Maria Cristina Calderon, born abt 1959.

Children of Guillermo Aurelio Doig-Sanchez and Maria Cristina Calderon were as follows:

552 i Maria Cristina8 Doig-Calderon, born 27 Oct 1984 in Lima, Peru.

553 ii Estefani Joan8 Doig-Calderon, born 7 Apr 1986 in Lima, Peru.

554 iii Maria Luisa8 Doig-Calderon, born 13 Aug 1991 in Lima, Peru. Notes: Maria fenced in the 2008 Olympics.

Maria Luisa Doig-Calderon

 

354. Patricio Horacio7 Doig-Sanchez (Victor Guillermo6, Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 13 Aug 1957 in Lambayeque, Peru. He married abt 1987 Carmen Viacava, born abt 1960.

Children of Patricio Horacio Doig-Sanchez and Carmen Viacava were as follows:

555 i Patricio Horacio8 Doig-Viacava, born 26 Oct 1989 in Lima, Peru.

556 ii Nicolas8 Doig-Viacava, born 10 Jan 1990 in Lima, Peru.

557 iii Alexandra8 Doig-Viacava, born 12 Dec 1990 in Lima, Peru.

 

355. Rocio Blanca7 Doig-Sanchez (Victor Guillermo6, Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 13 Aug 1957 in Lambayeque, Peru. She married abt 1976 Miguel Angel Quijano, born 19 Jan 1953 in Chiclayo, Peru.

Children of Rocio Blanca Doig-Sanchez and Miguel Angel Quijano were as follows:

558 i Miguel Angel8 Quijano-Doig, born 27 Jan 1978 in Chiclayo, Peru.

559 ii Guillermo Enrique8 Quijano-Doig, born 10 Mar 1979 in Chiclayo, Peru.

560 iii Jorge Luis8 Quijano-Doig, born 4 May 1980 in Chiclayo, Peru.

561 iv Ana Maria8 Quijano-Doig, born 28 Jun 1982 in Chiclayo, Peru.

 

356. Magaly Edda7 Doig-Sanchez (Victor Guillermo6, Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 4 Nov 1958 in Lambayeque, Peru. She married in 1979 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru Rumenos Scander, born 28 Feb 1949.

Children of Magaly Edda Doig-Sanchez and Rumenos Scander were as follows:

562 i Margorie8 Scander-Doig, born 4 Nov 1980 in Chiclayo, Peru.

563 ii Lisseth8 Scander-Doig, born 16 Jun 1982 in Chiclayo, Peru.

564 iii Rumenos Jesus8 Scander-Doig, born 7 Aug 1983 in Chiclayo, Peru.

565 iv Fadia8 Scander-Doig, born 10 Feb 1999 in Chiclayo, Peru.

 

386. Cecilia Esperanze7 Doig-Luna (Juan6, Juan Manuel5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 17 Jan 1954 in Lima, Peru. She married, divorced Hugo Mc Farlane, born abt 1950.

Children of Cecilia Esperanze Doig-Luna and Hugo Mc Farlane were as follows:

566 i Eric John8 Mc Farlane-Doig, born 24 Apr 1981 in Lima, Peru.

 

394. Karen7 Doig-Sime (Victor6, Juan Manuel5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 24 Apr 1958 in Lima, Peru. She married, divorced Robert Boatright, born abt 1954.

Notes for Karen Doig-Sime

Karen serves in the US Air Force, stationed in 2005 in Germany. in 2008 Karen serves in the US Air Force, stationed at the US Embassy in Baku, Azerbaijan.

Children of Karen Doig-Sime and Robert Boatright were as follows:

567 i Jessica8 Boatright-Doig, born 8 Feb 1980 in RAF Lakenheath, England.

568 ii Christopher James8 Boatright-Doig, born 8 Jul 1982 in RAF Lakenheath, England.

 

397. Ivonne Liliana7 Ugaz-Doig (Elisa6 Doig-Suing, Juan Manuel5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 17 Dec 1966 in Chiclayo, Peru. She married on 7 Sep 1996 in Church of San Miguel, Palencia, Spain Jose Luis Bulnes-Rodriguez, born 1 May 1963 in Palencia, Spain.

Notes for Ivonne Liliana Ugaz-Doig

Ivonne is an actress in Spain.

Children of Ivonne Liliana Ugaz-Doig and Jose Luis Bulnes-Rodriguez were as follows:

569 i Elisa8 Bulnes-Ugaz, born 24 Jun 1998 in Madrid, Spain.

570 ii Julia8 Bulnes-Ugaz, born 20 Feb 2001 in Madrid, Spain.

Generation 8

 

472. David Elias8 Doig-Tellez (Elias7, David6, Elias5, Juan David4, John3, David2, David1), born 6 Aug 1964 in Lima, Peru. He married Mariela Natalia Villacorta, born 20 Sep 1972 in Peru.

Notes for David Elias Doig-Tellez

David and Mariela returned to Peru in 2008.

Children of David Elias Doig-Tellez and Mariela Natalia Villacorta were as follows:

571 i David9 Doig, born 4 Mar 2005 in Salt Lake City, UT.

 

485. Ricardo Augusto Sebastian8 Doig-Lizarzaburu (Ricardo Jesus7, Augusto Corsino6, Augusto5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 20 Jan 1962 in Peru. He married Bertha Elizabeth Romero de Doig.

Children of Ricardo Augusto Sebastian Doig-Lizarzaburu and Bertha Elizabeth Romero de Doig were as follows:

572 i Augusto Julio Ricardo9 Doig-Romero, born 30 Nov 1981 in Peru.

573 ii Anne Elizabeth Angelica9 Doig-Romero, born 7 Nov 1982 in Peru.

 

491. Elsa8 Cortijo-Orbegoso (Elsa Sofia7 Orbegoso-Doig, Bertha6 Doig-Lopez, Juan Federico5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1). She married Robert Waibel.

Notes for Elsa Cortijo-Orbegoso

Elsa lives in Germany.

Children of Elsa Cortijo-Orbegoso and Robert Waibel were as follows:

574 i Danielle9 Waibel.

575 ii Marie-Sophie9 Waibel.

 

492. Nelson8 Diaz-Orbegoso (Clementina Isabel7 Orbegoso-Doig, Bertha6 Doig-Lopez, Juan Federico5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1). He married Sarah Williams.

Children of Nelson Diaz-Orbegoso and Sarah Williams were as follows:

576 i Zaña9 Diaz-Williams.

577 ii Paolo9 Diaz-Williams.

 

493. Carlos8 Diaz-Orbegoso (Clementina Isabel7 Orbegoso-Doig, Bertha6 Doig-Lopez, Juan Federico5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1). He married Esmeralda Mesones.

Children of Carlos Diaz-Orbegoso and Esmeralda Mesones were as follows:

578 i Carlos Andres9 Diaz-Mesones.

579 ii José Alonso9 Diaz-Mesones.

 

494. Rose Cecilia8 Diaz-Orbegoso (Clementina Isabel7 Orbegoso-Doig, Bertha6 Doig-Lopez, Juan Federico5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1). She married David Plath.

Children of Rose Cecilia Diaz-Orbegoso and David Plath were as follows:

580 i David9 Plath-Diaz.

581 ii Bruno9 Plath-Diaz.

582 iii Stephanie9 Plath-Diaz.

 

495. María del Rosario8 Diaz-Orbegoso (Clementina Isabel7 Orbegoso-Doig, Bertha6 Doig-Lopez, Juan Federico5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1). She married Augusto Doig-Deza.

Children of María del Rosario Diaz-Orbegoso and Augusto Doig-Deza were as follows:

583 i Augusto9 Doig-Diaz.

584 ii Daniel9 Doig-Diaz.

585 iii Nicole9 Doig-Diaz.

 

517. Richard George8 Walter-Gonzalez (Rosa Victoria7 Gonzalez-Doig, Dora Maria6 Doig-Buendia, Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1), born 2 Jul 1970 in Pahokee, Florida, USA; christened 24 Mar 1971 in San Pedro Parish, Lambayeque, Peru. He married on 14 Nov 1997 in San Francisco de Borja Parish, Lima, Peru Yolanda Cirse Ciudad-Saavedra, born 16 Apr 1973 in Chimbote, Peru; christened 27 Dec 1975 in San Carlos Borromeo Parish, Chimbote, Peru, daughter of Raul Dagoberto Ciudad and Olga Saavedra.

Notes for Richard George Walter-Gonzalez

Richard and family moved to North Miami, Dade Co., FL about 2000.

MARRIAGE:

They were married in a Civil ceremony the same day in Lima.

Notes for Yolanda Cirse Ciudad-Saavedra

MARRIAGE:

They were married in a Civil ceremony the same day in Lima.

Children of Richard George Walter-Gonzalez and Yolanda Cirse Ciudad-Saavedra were as follows:

586 i Marie Alessandra9 Walter-Ciudad, born 7 Mar 1998 in La Virgen Milagrosa Parish, Lima, Peru; christened 21 Nov 1998 in Nuestra Señora del Pilar Parish, Lima, Peru.

 

536. Juan Eduardo8 Baca-De La Piedra (Pedro7, Blanca Aurora6 Doig-Buendia, Luis Victor5, Juan Patricio4, John3, David2, David1). He married Karla Fiorella Gomez-Benavides.

Children of Juan Eduardo Baca-De La Piedra and Karla Fiorella Gomez-Benavides were as follows:

587 i Micaela9 Baca-Gomez.

 


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