The Doig Family Society

 

Official Doig Crest, Tartan and Motto

 

Yield Not to Adversity

Gaelic: Na gèill do chruaidh-chas

 

 

Descendants of

 

Thomas Doig and Margaret Smith

 

of Forfar and Glamis, Scotland,
America, Australia, Canada, England, India and Ireland

 

For a linked file THOM1752 with spouse's ancestry click HERE

 

 

1. Thomas Doig, born abt 1752 Of Kinnettles, Angus, Scotland; died 1811 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland. He married Margaret Smith on 14 Feb 1778 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; both were listed from Forfar. Margaret Smith, born 1757 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 12 Feb 1757 in Forfar; died 1799/1805 Of Forfar, daughter of James Smith and Janet Watson. 

 

Notes for Thomas Doig

      Thomas’ marriage in 1778 lists him as then in Forfar, but he may have originated nearby. The baptism of his first child Eliza lists him in Balderdie [Baldardo] in the adjoining parish of Rescobie. The baptism of his second child Jean lists him as a workman in Forfar, and there the rest of his 10 children are born. At the baptism of his last child Agnes in 1799 he is listed as a day laborer in Forfar. Reported to have also worked as a brewer.

     

      Possible link to the Doig family of Rescobie at DAVE1620.  See Thomas Doig born 1745, son of Andrew Doig and May Anderson.

 

      Thomas married second Elizabeth Milne on 23 Nov 1805 in Forfar. Both were listed from Forfar, Thomas a laborer and Elizabeth the relict of Alexander Smith, shoemaker.

 

Notes for Margaret Smith

      Parish record: February 12th [1757] James Smith in Buss of Methile (?), hammerman, had a child baptized called Margaret.

     

      Children of Margaret Smith and Thomas Doig were as follows:

      2          i           Elizabeth (Eliza)2 Doig, born 1779 in Balderdie, Rescobie, Angus, Scotland; christened 18 Nov 1779 in Rescobie, Angus, Scotland.   Notes: Parish record of birth: Novr 18th [1779] Baptized Eliza lawful daughter of Thomas Doig in Balderdie [Baldardo, Baldardie] & his wife Margt Smith.

      3          ii          Jean2 Doig, born 12 Apr 1781 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 14 Apr 1781 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.   Notes: Parish record of birth: April 14 [1781] Thomas Doig workman in this burgh and Margaret Smith his spouse had their child's name registered called Jean being born the 12th and baptized this day.

      4          iii         James2 Doig, born 5 Jan 1783 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 8 Jan 1783 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1783/86 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.

+    5          iv         James2 Doig, born 30 Jul 1786 in Glamis, Angus, Scotland; christened 2 Aug 1786 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  He married Jean (Jane) Ramsay.

      6          v          David2 Doig, born 9 Jul 1789 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 9 Jul 1789 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.

      7          vi         Ann (Anne)2 Doig, born 4 Jun 1791 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 5 Jun 1791 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.

+    8          vii        Alexander2 Doig, born 27 Dec 1793 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 29 Dec 1793 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 22 Jul 1860 in Westmuir, Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; buried in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland.  He married Elizabeth (Betsy) Lundie.

+    9          viii       William2 Doig, born 30 Aug 1795 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 30 Nov 1795 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 25 Oct 1876 in 2 Nursery Feus, Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  He married Elizabeth (Betty, Betsy Mill, Milne) Mills.

      10        ix         John2 Doig, born 16 Jan 1798 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 18 Jan 1798 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.

      11        x          Agnes2 Doig, born 14 Jul 1799 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 15 Jul 1799 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  She married on 28 Nov 1818 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland John Taylor, born abt 1793 in Scotland.   Notes: The following marriage is not certain.

 

Generation 2

 

5. James2 Doig (Margaret1 Smith), born 30 Jul 1786 in Glamis, Angus, Scotland; christened 2 Aug 1786 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  He married Not married Jean (Jane) Ramsay, born abt 1790 Of Glamis, Angus, Scotland; died 13 Sep 1840 in Glamis, Angus, Scotland.

 

Notes for James Doig

      The IGI shows James born 2 Aug 1786 and christened 6 Aug 1786 in Forfar, but in the original OPR he appears to have been born and christened on 2 Aug 1786 in Forfar. The following link is based on the family Bible of John Doig and Hamilton Johnson recording his father as James Doig born 30 July 1786 in Glamis. Glamis is the neighboring parish to Forfar, and the timing is close, as the christening record is done after the birth. Also there are no other possible recorded parents for this James, although his birth may be unrecorded or lost.

     

      James sired two illegitimate children by Jean (Jane) Ramsay.  There is probably an interesting love story here as they had the children about ten years apart, the city boy from Forfar and the country girl, a farm outworker in Glamis.  James may have left the area and returned after an absence of 8 years, perhaps to leave again. In about 1818 James was a mercantile clerk in Forfar.

 

Notes for Jean (Jane) Ramsay

      Although not certain, Jean was christened 10 Dec 1790 in Glamis, the lawful daughter of William Ramsay. Another recorded christening for a Jean Ramsay was 10 July 1784 in Glamis, the daughter of John Ramsay.

 

      Children of James Doig and Jean (Jane) Ramsay were as follows:

+    12        i           John3 Doig, born 1807 in Glamis, Angus, Scotland; christened 31 May 1807 in Glamis, Angus, Scotland; died Apr 1880/80 in Holborn, London, England.  He married (1) Isabella Sidey; (2) Hamilton Johnston.

+    13        ii          Stewart3 Doig, born 1815/19 in Glamis, Angus, Scotland; died 25 Jul 1875 in 18 Prior Road, Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  He married Ann Liddell.

 

 

8. Alexander2 Doig (Margaret1 Smith), born 27 Dec 1793 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 29 Dec 1793 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 22 Jul 1860 in Westmuir, Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; buried in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland.  He married Elizabeth (Betsy) Lundie, born 1785/91 in Angus, Scotland; died 1841/51 Of Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland.

 

Notes for Alexander Doig

      Alexander and daughter Jean are not located in the 1841 census. In 1841 Elisabeth Doig lived at Westmuir, Kirriemuir, with daughter Ann; son David worked as an agricultural laborer on another farm.  In 1851 Alexander was a “widower” and agricultural laborer living at the Landward Part of Westmuir with his daughter Ann and her illegitimate daughter, Jean Aird.

     

      Witness to Alexander's death certificate was his brother William.

 

Notes for Elizabeth (Betsy) Lundie

      She may be the Elizabeth christened 4 Nov 1792 in Glenisla, daughter of John Lundie and Martha Torbat.

     

      In 1841 Elisabeth Doig (50 Angus) lived at West Muir, Kirriemuir with her daughter Ann Doig (linen hand loom weaver).

 

      Children of Alexander Doig and Elizabeth (Betsy) Lundie were as follows:

+    14        i           Ann3 Doig, born 1821 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 27 Oct 1900 in 71 Jessie Street, Blairgowrie, Perth, Scotland.  She married (1) William Aird; (2) David Duncan; (3) unknown.

+    15        ii          Jean (Jane)3 Doig, born 1821/22 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 5 Apr 1878 in 8 Barbers Croft, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  She married Alexander Fairweather.

+    16        iii         David3 Doig, born 1823/25 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 28 Nov 1910 in 20 Hamilton Green, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 1 Dec 1910 in Arbroath Abbey, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  He married Agnes Robertson.

 

 

9. William2 Doig (Margaret1 Smith), born 30 Aug 1795 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 30 Nov 1795 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 25 Oct 1876 in 2 Nursery Feus, Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  He married on 4 Apr 1836 in Airlie, Angus, Scotland Elizabeth (Betty, Betsy Mill, Milne) Mills, born 1818/19 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 19 Aug 1887 in 16 St. James Road, Forfar, Angus, Scotland, daughter of James Mills and Elizabeth Lundy.

 

Notes for William Doig

      William joined the72nd Regiment of Foot, British Army, on 13 Oct 1813.  After two years as a private he volunteered to change to the 46th Regiment of Foot on 30 Aug 1816.  He was promoted to corporal on 6 Dec 1822, being reduced to private on 2 Dec 1823.  William was promoted again to corporal on 30 May 1829.  He served in the East Indies from 17 Dec 1817 until 25 Aug 1833, being present at the capture of Kittoor.  William served a total of 27 years and 347 days, being discharged on 29 July 1834.

     

      William's discharge reads: “Structural disease of lungs, occasioned by frequent attacks of acute catarrh since his return home, and has had frequent paroxysms of ague for several years, whereby health is now much impaired, rendering him unable to perform the ordinary duties of a soldier efficiently.  Has been twelve times in hospital since 1831, and I am of opinion that he will not be permanently benefited by medical treatments.  Disability caused by the service, and conduct whilst in hospital has been orderly.  R Smith, Asst. Surgeon, 46th Regiment.”  The discharge further confirms that William’s condition was not caused by his own neglect or intemperance, and that his conduct had been very good.  In 1834 William was described as 5’ 9” tall, brown hair, brown complexion, blue eyes, and by trade a shoemaker.

     

      In 1841 William was a linen handloom weaver living at Southmuir, Kirriemuir. In 1851 he was a pensioner ahd hand loom weaver residing at South Street, Newtyle with his wife Betty and children William, Ann, James, and John. In 1861 William was an Army Chelsea Pensioner living on Dundee Turnpike Road - East, Kirriemuir with his wife Betty and children Isabella, David, and Edward.

     

      Witness to William's death certificate was his son Edward.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They pledged marriage on 3 Apr 1836 in Kirriemuir.

 

Notes for Elizabeth (Betty, Betsy Mill, Milne) Mills

      In 1881 Betsy Doig was an annuitant at 9 Newmonthill Street. Forfar, Angus with niece Isabella Thom (12 Old Machar), and "son" Peter Milne (4 Forfar).

     

      Witness to Elizabeth's death record was her granddaughter Bella Doig.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They pledged marriage on 3 Apr 1836 in Kirriemuir.

 

      Children of William Doig and Elizabeth (Betty, Betsy Mill, Milne) Mills were as follows:

      17        i           William3 Doig, born 1837 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; christened 5 Mar 1837 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland.  He married on 20 Sep 1866 in St. Matthew, Liverpool, Lancashire, England Catherine Davies, born 1842/44 in Llanfaertalheizm, Wales, daughter of William Davies.   Notes: In 1881 William (43 Forfarshire) was a railway clerk residing at 60 Holyoak Road, Newington, Surrey, England with his wife Catherine. MARRIAGE: Fathers listed as William Doig and William Davies.

+    18        ii          Alexander3 Doig, born 1838 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; christened 7 Oct 1838 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 24 May 1881 in 64 High Street, Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  He married Elizabeth Millar Lowson.

      19        iii         Ann3 Doig, born 1840 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; christened 29 Nov 1840 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 18 Apr 1898 in Parochial Hospital, St. Andrew, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.  She married on 29 Nov 1861 in Southmuir, Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland Alexander Reid, born 1836/39 in Lochee, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.   Notes: Witness to Ann's death certificate was her sister-in-law Margaret Doig of Hawkhill Public School. MARRIAGE: Witnesses were Alexander Doig and Elizabeth Nicoll.

+    20        iv         James Mills3 Doig, born 1843 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; christened 5 Jun 1843 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 11 Sep 1926 in Duntober, 187 Battlefield Road, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England; buried in Deansgrange, Dublin, Ireland.  He married Annie Horn Black.

+    21        v          John Stewart3 Doig, born 1846/47 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 30 Oct 1934 in Ilford, Essex, England.  He married Mary Helen Smith.

      22        vi         Isabella3 Doig, born 1847/48 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died Sep 1884 in St. Giles, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.  She married on 8 Aug 1873 in 2 Nursery Feus, Forfar, Angus, Scotland Alexander Clugston Neave, born 5 May 1845 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 18 May 1845 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland, son of Richard Neave and Elizabeth Ormond.   Notes: In the 1881 census Isabella is listed born in Forfar. MARRIAGE: They were married at the bride’s home.  Witnesses were John Stewart Doig and Margaret Neave.

+    23        vii        David Douglas3 Doig, born 1854 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 8 Feb 1879 in 9 Nursery Feus, Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  He married Margaret Duncan.

      24        viii       Edward Fairweather3 Doig, born 1 Apr 1858 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 1884 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.   Notes: In 1879 Edward lived at 57 India Place, Edinburgh. In 1881 he was a student of law lodging at 8 Rinfoul Place, St. Cuthberts, Edinburgh.  He moved later that year to 9 Nemont Hill, Forfar.

 

Generation 3

 

12. John3 Doig (James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1807 in Glamis, Angus, Scotland; christened 31 May 1807 in Glamis, Angus, Scotland; died Apr 1880/80 in Holborn, London, England.  He married (1) Not married Isabella Sidey, born 1812/13 in Kettins, Angus, Scotland; died 15 Mar 1882 in 39 High Street, Perth, Perth, Scotland, daughter of Thomas Sidey and Jean Leslie; (2) on 1 Jun 1834 in Christchurch, St. Marylebone, London, England Hamilton Johnston, born 1814 in Saint Marylebone, London, England; christened 17 Mar 1814 in Wells Street Scotch Church, Saint Marylebone, London, England; died 8 Jan 1886 in 74 Red Lion Street, Holborn, London, England, daughter of Andrew Johnston and Hamilton Bruce.

 

Notes for John Doig

      The Glamis parish record coded John's christening with an “N.” indicating “natural” or illegitimate.

     

      The link to illegitimate daughter Isabella is based on age, location, and having left Scotland for England about the time of her birth. Isabella reported her father as John Doig, ploughman, deceased by her wedding in 1860.

     

      In 1846 and 1851 John was a baker at 68 Fetter Lane, Holborn, London.  In 1851 all the children were at home plus a Kate M’Honey, a widow, born 1832/3 in Ireland, and William Fraser, a lodger, born 1839/40 in London. In 1861 he was a baker still residing at 68 Fetter Lane with his wife Hamilton, 7 children, and a servant. In 1871 John lived at 74 Red Lion, Holborn, London with his wife Hamilton and children Jean, Ann, Abraham, and lodgers. By 1874 John was a baker at 74 Red Lion Street, Holborn.

     

      An article by J. R. Curry in The Baker's Record of 30 July 1931 entitled “Baker and Miller A Hundred Years Ago,” reports: “John Doig was a master baker who traded in Fetter-Lane.  He came to London from Glamis, Forfarshire, the place of his birth, and took a situation as a Scotch forehand.  In a few years he was able to start in business for himself in Fetter-Lane, becoming a near neighbour of W. Dwarber.  Like Mr. Dwarber he became a freeman of the city.  I have not the minutes of the Protection Society to find out if he had a hand with friend Dwarber in the founding of the society, which was undoubtedly planned in Fetter-Lane, and the first meeting arranged for."

     

      John's wife Hamilton was executrix named in his will (P.R. 791).

     

      MARRIAGE:

      Witnesses were Abraham Eagles and Margaret Johnston.

 

Notes for Isabella Sidey

      In 1851 Isabella Sidey worked at "Nees C" and resided at 132 Overgate with Agnes Downie (46 Forfar) with her daughter and mill worker Mary Ann Downie (10 Forfar).

     

      Isabella married John Burns on 27 July 1834 in Kettins; they had 3 children.

     

      Witness to Isabella's death certificate was her husband John Burns ("X" his mark).

 

Notes for Hamilton Johnston

      In 1881 Hamilton was a widow living in St. George, London, with her daughter Jean, son John and his children Hamilton and John.

     

      Hamilton's estate of £544 11s went to her daughters Jean, Charlotte, and Anne.

     

      Children of John Doig and Isabella Sidey were as follows:

+    25        i           Isabella4 Doig, born 1831/32 in Kettins, Angus, Scotland; died 21 Mar 1875 in 32 Scouringburn, St. Peter, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.  She married James Waddell Doctor.

 

      Children of John Doig and Hamilton Johnston were as follows:

+    26        i           James4 Doig, born 8 Jul 1835 in 10 Paradise Street, Westminster, London, England; christened 30 Aug 1835 in St. Marlyebone Christ Church, Westminster, London, England; died 17 Mar 1883 in 56 High Street, Whitechapel, London, England.  He married Ann Benson.

+    27        ii          Hamilton4 Doig, born 1836 in Camden, London, England; christened 6 Nov 1836 in St. Michael, Highgate, Camden, London, England; died 31 Oct 1917 in 32 Hayfield Road, Pendleton, Salford, Lancashire, England.  She married William Ellis.

      28        iii         Andrew4 Doig, born Oct 1838/38 in Clerkenwell, Middlesex, England; died Jul 1839 in Myddleton Street, Clerkenwell, Islington, Middlesex, England; buried 14 Jul 1839 in St. James, Clerkenwell, Islington, Middlesex, England.

+    29        iv         John4 Doig, born Apr 1840/40 in Clerkenwell, Middlesex, England; died Jan 1915/15 in Holburn, London, England.  He married Margaret Brian.

+    30        v          Margaret4 Doig, born 18 Mar 1842 in Holborn, London, England; christened 1 May 1842 in St. Andrew, Holborn, London, England; died in Canada.  She married (1) Thomas Belcher; (2) James Clark.

+    31        vi         Stewart (Stuart)4 Doig, born 13 May 1844 in 68 Fetter Lane, Holborn, London, England; christened 4 Aug 1844 in St. Andrew, Holborn, London, England; died 25 Feb 1904 in 29 Akerman Road, Brixton, Surrey, England.  He married Elizabeth Johnson.

+    32        vii        Bruce4 Doig, born 16 Jan 1846 in Holborn, London, England; christened 12 Apr 1846 in St. Andrew, Holborn, London, England; died 7 Apr 1908 in 164 Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, Middlesex, England.  He married Florence Ellen Davidson.

+    33        viii       Jean4 Doig, born Jul 1847/47 in Holborn, London, England; christened 29 Aug 1847 in St. Andrew, Holborn, London, England; died Jan 1938/38 in Edmonton, England.  She married Samuel Herbert Judge.

      34        ix         Charlotte4 Doig, born Apr 1849/49 in St. Andrew, Holborn, London, England; died Apr 1934/34 in Camberwell, England.   Notes: In 1886 Charlotte was unmarried and living at 296 Grays Inn Road, Middlesex. In 1901 John was a baker in Holborn Above the Bars with his sisters Charlotte and Annie.

      35        x          Ann (Annie)4 Doig, born 13 Nov 1850 in St. Andrew, Holborn, London, England; died Jan 1947/47 in Camberwell, England.   Notes: In 1881 Annie was unmarried and living in Clerkenwell, London.  In 1886 she was unmarried and living at 74 Red Lion Street, Hoborn. In 1901 John was a baker in Holborn Above the Bars with his sisters Charlotte and Annie.

      36        xi         Abraham4 Doig, born Jan 1855/55 in London West, England; died 17 Jul 1930 in Westbourne, St Patricks Road, Deal, Kent, England.  He married (1) on 4 Apr 1880 in St. James, Clerkenwell, Middlesex, London, England Mary Ann Hinton, born 1846/47 in Edgmere, London, Middlesex, England; died 22 Dec 1927 in Rhoda House, Beach Street, London, England, daughter of Thomas Vincon Hinton; (2) in Oct 1928/28 in Eastry, England Olga Elizabeth Henrietta Becker, born 1867 in England; died 14 Apr 1941 in Faversham, Kent, England.   Notes: In 1881 Abraham was a baker residing at 119 Walworth Road, Newington, Surrey with his wife Mary Ann and unmarried bakers Harry Wombs (35 Cambridge) and George Woollen (23 Clerkenwell). In 1891 he was a baker at 119 Walworth Road with is wife Mary Ann, sister-in-law Alice Hinton (28 Edgmere), niece Fanny Lawrence (16 Finchley, Middlesex), and two servants. In 1901 he was a baker in Newington with his wife Mary and a domestic cook Jane Doig (39 Edgeware, London). In 1911 he lived in Edmonton, Middlesex with wife Mary Ann. Probate: Abraham Doig of Westbourne Street, Patricks Road, died 17 July 1930.  Probate London 21 August to the Westminster Bank Ltd.  Effects £2932 11s 5d. MARRIAGE: Witnesses were Bruce Doig and William Lighting.

+    37        xii        Mary4 Doig, born 21 Apr 1857 in 68 Fetter Lane St Andrew, Holborn, London, Middlesex, England; died Jan 1942/42 in 14, Lansdowne Road, Finchley, Hendon, Middlesex, England.  She married William David Pightling.

 

 

13. Stewart3 Doig (James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1815/19 in Glamis, Angus, Scotland; died 25 Jul 1875 in 18 Prior Road, Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  He married on 12 Aug 1843 in Glamis, Angus, Scotland Ann Liddell, born 27 Jan 1815 in Rescobie, Angus, Scotland; died 26 Nov 1896 in 50 Prior Road, Forfar, Angus, Scotland, daughter of John Liddell and Martha White.

 

Notes for Stewart Doig

      In 1841 Stewart was an agriculural laborer at Mains of Airlie, Airlie, Angus. In 1844 Stewart was a farm servant in Douglastown, Kinnettles.  In 1846 he was a quarrier in Forfar.  By 1849 he was a carter.  In 1851 the family lived at Heading Place in Forfar.  In 1853 he became a coal carter.  In 1861 he was a stone carter living at 18 Prior Road, Forfar with his wife and daughter Elisabeth.

     

      Witness to Stewart's death certificate was his son John of 68 Strathmartine Place, Dundee.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They pledged marriage on 30 July 1843 in Forfar. Stewart was listed as a farm servant from Glamis and Ann from Forfar.

 

Notes for Ann Liddell

      In 1841 Ann and her sisters Elizabeth and Margaret were linen hand loom weavers residing at Heading Place Stone, Forfar.

     

      In 1881 Ann was a widow and housekeeper residing at 20 Prior Road, Forfar with her son Stewart (mason), daughter Lavinia (pirn winder), grandson George Easton (3 Forfar), granddaughter Margaret Young (5 months Forfar), and lodgers Mary and Margaret Wyllie. In 1891 she lived at 57 Prior Road, Forfar; Elisabeth had returned home after her husband died.

     

      An extract of Ann's testament reads: Ann Liddell or Doig, Prior Road, Forfar, died 26 November 1896, at Forfar, intestate. Confirmation granted at Forfar, 28 November 1896, to John Doig, 68 James' Street, Maxwelltown, Dundee, her son, Executor dative qua next of kin. Value of Estate, £14, 0s. 1d.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They pledged marriage on 30 July 1843 in Forfar. Stewart was listed as a farm servant from Glamis and Ann from Forfar.

 

      Children of Stewart Doig and Ann Liddell were as follows:

      38        i           Elizabeth (Elisabeth)4 Doig, born 4 Jul 1844 in Douglastown, Kinnettles, Angus, Scotland; christened 28 Jul 1844 in Kinnettles, Angus, Scotland; died Mar 1929 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; buried 27 Mar 1929 in Newmonthill Cemetery, Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  She married on 31 Dec 1869 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland William Clark, born 2 Dec 1845 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 28 Dec 1845 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died May 1885 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland, son of Alexander Clark and Agnes Hill.   Notes: In 1861 Elizabeth was a factory worker living with her parents at 18 Prior Road, Forfar. In 1881 Elizabeth (age 37 Forfar), linen weaver, and her husband William Clark, tenter, lived on Prior Road, Forfar; they had no children. In 1891 Elisabeth was a widow and linen weaver living with her mother at 57 Prior Road, Forfar. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mrs. Clark sent a copy of her will to her sister, Mrs. Agnes Dick, in Brooklyn, New York. The will was dated 17th January 1928 and registered 30th March 1929 by MacHardy, Alexander, and Whyte, Solicitors, FORFAR. The will came into the possession of Wendy Gray Pierce on July 7, 2000 from family records in the keeping of her father, George James Gray, grandson of Agnes Doig Dick. The following were listed as Mrs. Clark's trustees:
David Fyfe, Clerk, residing at Number Forty five South Street, Forfar
William Young, Factory Overseer, residing at Kirktonbank, Number One hundred and fify and one half East High Street, Forfar William Whyte, Solicitor, Forfar From the will: (Second) I direct my Trustees to pay the following legacies videlicet: - (1) to each of my brother Stewart and sisters Mary and Agnes the sum of Ten Pounds; (2) to the children of my niece Margaret Young or Mitchell, in equal shares, the sum of Five Pounds; (3) To my nieces the said Margaret Young or Mitchell, LIzzie Doig Young or Sandilands, Lavinia Young or Shepherd, and Nettie Young, all daughters of my late sister Lavinia, the sum of Ten Pounds each; (4) To my nieces Annie Easton and Jane Easton, daughters of my late sister Jane Doig or Easton, the sum of Five Pounds each; and (5) to Jessie Clark or Bruce, residing at Number Eleven Headingstone Place, Forfar, the sum of Five Pounds; (Third) I direct my Trustees to deliver the following Legacies: - (1) To my brother-in-law the said William Young or in the event of his predeceasing me to his grandson, William Young Mitchell, my eight-day Clock; (2) To my said niece Nettie Young, my mahogany folding table and my panelled press and drawers; (3) to my nephew, Russell Geekie, my family Bible; (4) To my niece the said Lizzie Doig or Sandilands my Mahogany Chest of Drawers; and (5) To Alexander Sandilands, her husband, my Desk (Fourth) I direct my Trustees to give the said Alexander Sandilands the option of purchasing the house and garden at Number Fifty Prior Road, Forfar, presently tenanted by John Mitchell and also the house presently occupied by me and garden ground at Number Fifty Two Prior Road, Forfar, for the sum of one hundred and seventy pounds sterling; and, in the event of his not wishing to purchase, I direct my Trustees to sell the same by public roup or private bargain; (Fifth) I direct my trustees to convey and make over to the said Margaret Young or Mitchell, as her own absolute property, the house and garden presently occupied by Alexander Moir, at Number Fifty two Prior Road, Forfar, with the right of entrance thereto from Prior Road; and (Lastly) Subject to the preceding purposes and after fulfilling the same, I direct my Trustees to divide the Residue of my said means and estate into four equal shares and to pay over the same as follows: - one share to each of my said sisters, Mary and Agnes; one share in equal proportions to the children of my late sister the said deceased Lavinia Doig or Young; and the remaining share to my said brother Stewart . . . " (the will continues without saying anything else substantial to family tree) Witnesses to this will were Annie Donaldson Davidson and Margaret Butchart Gibson Preston both Typists to MacHardy, Alexander and Whyte, Solicitors, Forfar.

      39        ii          Ann4 Doig, born 27 Nov 1845 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 4 Jan 1846 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 25 Jan 1917 in Ivy Bank, Hellis Street, Forfar, Angus, Scotland.   Notes: In 1861 Ann was a domestic servant to George Ewar, retired grocer, at 31 North Street, Forfar. Ann was a housekeeper. In 1891 she was a housekeeper to her cousin Bruce Doig at 164 Kingsland, London, England. She did not marry. Witness to Annie's death certificate was Edgar Davidson, relative by marriage, of The Manse of Houndwood, Berwickshire, England.

+    40        iii         John4 Doig, born 28 Dec 1848 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 6 Jan 1849 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 16 Dec 1913 in 155 Strathmartine Road, St. Clement, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.  He married (1) Elizabeth (Betsy) Young; (2) Jessie Ferrier; (3) Ann Dalgety.

+    41        iv         Mary Ann4 Doig, born 15 Feb 1851 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 16 Mar 1851 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 22 Aug 1940 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; buried in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.  She married William Geekie.

+    42        v          Jean (Jane)4 Doig, born 9 Jun 1853 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 24 Jul 1853 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 12 Jan 1918 in 8 Montrose Road, Forfar, Angus, Scotland; buried 15 Jan 1918 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  She married David Easton.

+    43        vi         Agnes4 Doig, born 20 Nov 1855 in Brandeshall, Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1940 in Brooklyn, NY.  She married George Brand Dick or Dakers.

+    44        vii        Stewart4 Doig, born 31 Aug 1857 in East Port, Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 9 Jul 1932 in Queens Co., NY; buried 12 Jul 1932 in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.  He married Barbara Aitken.

+    45        viii       Lavinia4 Doig, born 6 Mar 1861 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1923 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  She married William Young.

 

 

14. Ann3 Doig (Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1821 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 27 Oct 1900 in 71 Jessie Street, Blairgowrie, Perth, Scotland.  She married (1) Not married William Aird, born 1821/22 in Scotland; (2) Not married David Duncan, born abt 1820 in Scotland; (3) Not married unknown.

 

Notes for Ann Doig

      Ann was a linen weaver and lived at Westmuir, Kirriemuir in 1841 with her mother, in 1851 with her father, and in 1861.  She had three children with no record of marriage, and was reported unmarried in 1851 and 1861. In 1851 Jean was reported as a niece and in 1861 as her daughter. In 1891 Ann lived with her daughter Jean and her husband James Barton at 14 Emma Street, Blairgowrie, Perth. She did not marry.

     

      Witness to Annie's death certificate was her son David Duncan of 25 Dalderse Avenue, Grahamstown, Falkirk.

 

Notes for William Aird

      In 1841 William was a laborer residing on Castle Street, Montrose with the Ray family. William became a gamekeeper.

 

Notes for David Duncan

      David was a ploughman.

 

      Children of Ann Doig and William Aird were as follows:

      46        i           Jean4 Aird, born 1848/49 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 6 Dec 1912 in 71 Jessie Street, Blairgowrie, Perth, Scotland.  She married James Stirton Baxter, born 1846/47 in Blairgowrie, Perth, Scotland; died 1911 in Blairgowrie, Perth, Scotland.   Notes: Witness to Jean's death certificate was her half-brother David Duncan of 25 Dalderae Avenue, Grahamston, Falkirk.

 

      Children of Ann Doig and David Duncan were as follows:

+    47        i           David4 Duncan, born 1853/54 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 3 May 1913 in 25 Dalderse Avenue, Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland.  He married Janet Brown.

 

      Children of Ann Doig were as follows:

      48        i           James4 Doig, born 21 Jul 1862 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 28 Sep 1862 in Westmuir, Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland.

 

 

15. Jean (Jane)3 Doig (Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1821/22 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 5 Apr 1878 in 8 Barbers Croft, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  She married on 15 Jan 1842 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland Alexander Fairweather, born 6 Sep 1818 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland; christened 9 Sep 1818 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland; died 1898 in Abroath, Angus, Scotland, son of John Fairweather and Mary Dalgety.

 

Notes for Jean (Jane) Doig

      Witness to Jane's death certificate was her husband Alexander Fairweather.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Both were listed from Kirkden. They were married by the Rev. Mr. Rammye of Kirriemuir.

 

Notes for Alexander Fairweather

      In 1851 Alexander was a corn miller at Bractullo Mill, Kirkden, Angus with his wife Jean and children Mary Ann, Davina, Betty, Francis, and Agnes. In 1859 Alexander was a corn miller in Kirkden. In 1871 he was a mechanic at 8 Barbars Croft, Arbroath, Angus with Jane and children Agnes and David. In 1881 he was a house joiner residing at 8 Barbers Croft with his unmarried children Agnes (yarn bundler in a flax mill) and David (engine fitter at a power loom works).

     

      MARRIAGE:

Both were listed from Kirkden. They were married by the Rev. Mr. Rammye of Kirriemuir.

 

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

      49        i           Mary Ann4 Fairweather, born 1842 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; christened 14 Aug 1842 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 1864 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland.

      50        ii          Davina4 Fairweather, born 5 Aug 1844 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland; christened 27 Aug 1844 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland; died 1863 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland.

+    51        iii         Betsy4 Fairweather, born 30 Jul 1846 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland; christened 25 Sep 1846 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland; died 1923 in St. Andrew, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.  She married John Ogilvie.

+    52        iv         Francis (Frank)4 Fairweather, born 6 Oct 1848 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland; christened 26 Oct 1848 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland; died 8 Dec 1907 in Perth, Perth, Scotland.  He married Isabella Irvine Duncan.

      53        v          Agnes4 Fairweather, born 5 Nov 1850 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland; christened 2 Dec 1850 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland.  She married in 1883 in Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland Edward Cadogan, born abt 1850.

      54        vi         William4 Fairweather, born 11 Jul 1853 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland; christened 18 Jul 1853 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland.

      55        vii        Jean Taylor4 Fairweather, born 26 Dec 1855 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland; died 1863 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland.

      56        viii       Ann4 Fairweather, born 28 May 1858 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland; died 1858 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland.

      57        ix         Margaret4 Fairweather, born 6 Nov 1859 in Cotton of Gask, Kirkden, Angus, Scotland; died 1863 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland.

+    58        x          David4 Fairweather, born 19 Sep 1862 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland; buried 14 Sep 1943 in Arbroath Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  He married Elizabeth Smith.

 

 

16. David3 Doig (Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1823/25 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 28 Nov 1910 in 20 Hamilton Green, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 1 Dec 1910 in Arboath Abbey, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  He married on 17 Sep 1847 in Glamis, Angus, Scotland Agnes Robertson, born 1818 in Cossans, Glamis, Angus, Scotland; christened 2 Sep 1818 in Glamis, Angus, Scotland; died 25 Feb 1901 in 60 Keptie Street, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 28 Feb 1901 in Arboath Abbey, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, daughter of William Robertson and Isabel Low.

 

Notes for David Doig

      In 1841 David was an agricultural laborer at Culhawk, Kirriemuir for farmer James Alexander. In 1851 David was an agricultural laborer at Leys of Cossans, Glamis, where he met his future wife, Agnes Robertson.  In 1861 he was a railway engine driver living at 11 Littlecauseway, Forfar.  In 1863 he was a bleach field worker living at Murray Place, Arbroath.  In 1871 he was a flax mill worker.  In 1881 he was an engine stoker residing at 60 Keptie Street, St. Vigeans with his wife Agnes R., daughter Mary A. Doig (married), son Gordon (tailor), granddaughter Jessie Robertson (age 3, Arbroath), grandson David Doig (5 months, Arbroath), and a boarder Alexander Thomson (engineer mechanic, age 15, Forfar).  In 1891 David lived in Arbroath with his wife and Gordon's new family. He was a stoker in a factory. In 1901 David was a widower and a retired mill fireman residing at 60 Keptie Street, Arbroath with his daughter Mary, son Gordon and his wife Elizabeth, and their children David, Violet, Allan, Jessie, and George.

     

      The informant on David's death certificate was his son Alexander of 52 Brechin Road, Arbroath.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Both were listed from Glamis.

 

Notes for Agnes Robertson

      In 1841 Agnes was a weaver at Leys of Cossans, Glamis with her siblings Susan, Jean, Helen, Catherine, and John, and lodger Jean Angus (44 Angus) and servant Isabell Simpson (9 Angus).

     

      MARRIAGE:

Both were listed from Glamis.

 

      Children of David Doig and Agnes Robertson were as follows:

+    59        i           William Robertson4 Doig, born 1847/48 in Glamis, Angus, Scotland; died 11 Apr 1922 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 14 Apr 1922 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  He married Elizabeth Dorward Raitt.

      60        ii          Helen4 Doig, born abt 1850 in Glamis, Angus, Scotland; died 31 Jul 1850 in Glamis, Angus, Scotland.

      61        iii         Catherine Robertson4 Doig, born 1851/52 in Glamis, Angus, Scotland; died 1 Aug 1863 in Murray Place, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.

+    62        iv         Mary Ann Stewart4 Doig, born 1853/54 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 26 Aug 1911 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 29 Aug 1911 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  She married William R. Robertson.

+    63        v          Alexander4 Doig, born 14 Feb 1858 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 10 Jan 1932 in Tillicoultry, Clackmannan, Scotland; buried 13 Jan 1932 in Eastern Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  He married Jessie Rough Symon.

+    64        vi         Gordon Thomas4 Doig, born 30 Jan 1861 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 23 Apr 1923 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 25 Apr 1923 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  He married Elizabeth Mill Anderson.

 

 

18. Alexander3 Doig (William2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1838 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; christened 7 Oct 1838 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 24 May 1881 in 64 High Street, Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  He married on 6 Aug 1869 in 34 North Street, Forfar, Angus, Scotland Elizabeth Millar Lowson, born 13 May 1846 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 26 May 1846 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 5 Jun 1882 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland, daughter of William Lowson and Elizabeth Morrison.

 

Notes for Alexander Doig

      In 1869 Alexander was a master shoemaker living at 60 East High Street, Forfar.  In 1881 he was a master shoe and boot maker employing 4 men and residing at 62 East High Street, Forfar with his wife Eliza and children William L., Bella M., and Eliza M.

     

      An extract of Alexander's testament reads: 9 November 1881 - Confirmation of Alexander Doig, Bootmaker, Forfar, who died 24 May 1881, at Forfar, testate, granted at Forfar, to Eliza Millar Lowson or Doig, Forfar, his widow, Executrix nominated in Will or Deed, dated 23 May 1881, and recorded in Court Books of Commissariot of Forfar, 1 November 1881. Value of Estate, £695. 15s. 2d.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They were married at the bride's home.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Millar Lowson

      An extract of Elizabeth's testament reads: 24 November 1882 - Confirmation of Eliza Millar Lowson or Doig, East High Street, Forfar, who died 5 June 1882, at Forfar, testate, granted at Forfar, to William Lowson sen., Factory Manager, Forfar, James Doig, Officer H. M. Customs, Leytonstone, London, John Stuart, Officer, H.M. Customs, 11 Edward Street, Bow, London, William Lowson jun., Clerk, Forfar, and Alexander Neave, Lapper, 9 Newmonthill there, Executors nominated in Will or Deed, dated 23 September 1881, and recorded in Court Books of Commissariot of Forfar, 24 November 1882. Value of Estate, £560. 14s. 1d.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They were married at the bride's home.

 

      Children of Alexander Doig and Elizabeth Millar Lowson were as follows:

+    65        i           William Lowson4 Doig, born 15 May 1870 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1946 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  He married Jessie Ann Thom.

+    66        ii          Isabella Mill (Bella)4 Doig, born 22 Feb 1872 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1942 in Broughty Ferry, Angus, Scotland.  She married James Fyfe Carr.

      67        iii         James Lowson4 Doig, born 24 Nov 1875 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1876 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.

      68        iv         Eliza Morrison4 Doig, born 1878 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 31 Aug 1881 in Northmuir, Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland.   Notes: Witness to Eliza's death certificate was her uncle Edward Doig of 9 Newmont Hill, Forfar.

      69        v          Helen Miller4 Doig, born 11 Apr 1881 in 64 E. High Street, Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1882 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.

 

 

20. James Mills3 Doig (William2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1843 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; christened 5 Jun 1843 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 11 Sep 1926 in Duntober, 187 Battlefield Road, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England; buried in Deansgrange, Dublin, Ireland.  He married on 6 Jun 1872 in 24 Ann Street, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland Annie Horn Black, born 22 Jun 1847 in Kinnell, Angus, Scotland; died 11 May 1922 in Dundrum, Ireland; buried in Deansgrange, Dublin, Ireland, daughter of Alexander Black and Jean Campbell.

 

Notes for James Mills Doig

      In 1861 ploughman James Doig (18 Kirriemuir) and servant John Doig (14 Kirriemuir) worked on Lednathy Farm, Kirriemuir. James joined as an inspector of H. M. Customs & Excise on 11 Nov 1867.  In 1872 he lived at 12 Ann Street, Arbroath.  He served 1884-7 as 1st class examining officer in the out-door dept., London; 1888-90 3rd class surveyor stationed at Gravesend, attached to London; 1891-7 2nd class surveyor in Dublin; 1898-1902 1st class surveyor in Dublin; 1908 an inspector in Liverpool in the Landing and Warehousing branches, after which time he retired.

     

      In 1901 James was a surveyor in H. M. Customs at 5 Royal Terrace, N.C.R. (Glasnevin, Dublin)with wife Annie, children Louisa and Sydney, and a servant.

     

      James died the home of his son William.  In his will he named his grandchildren: Petra Carton, Nelly Doris Simpson, Edna Burrowes, Desmond Doig, and Ronald Doig; also a niece Bella Doig married James Carr.

     

      Probate: James Doig otherwise James Mills of Duntober, St Albans, Hertfordshire died 11 September 1926.  Probate London 30 October to William Aitkenhead Doig retired civil; servant.  Effects £2652 12s 4d.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They were married at the bride’s home.  Witnesses were John Thompson and Mary Black.

 

Notes for Annie Horn Black

      Probate: Annie Doig Horn of Frankfurt Villa Dundanon, County Dublin (wife of James Doig) died 11 May 1922.  Administration London 14 March to William Aitkenhead Doig retired civil servant .  Effects £99 10s.  Former Grant P.R. 10 November 1922.

     

      Annie Doig of Frankfurt Villa Dundanon County Dublin died 11 May 1922. Administration Dublin to James Doig esquire.  Effects GBP 1765 17s in England.  Sealed London 10 November.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They were married at the bride’s home.  Witnesses were John Thompson and Mary Black.

 

      Children of James Mills Doig and Annie Horn Black were as follows:

+    70        i           Alice Gore4 Doig, born 10 Oct 1872 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died Mar 1916 in Rathdown, Dublin, Ireland.  She married Peter Joseph Carton.

+    71        ii          Henry Stuart (Harry Stewart)4 Doig, born 27 Apr 1874 in Whitechapel, London, England; died 3 Apr 1931 in Henry VIII Cottage, Hampton Court Road, Hampton, Middlesex, England.  He married Susan McLean.

      72        iii         William Aitkenhead4 Doig, born 22 Apr 1876 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 23 Sep 1948 in Bricket Road Nursing Home, St. Albans, Herfordshire, England.  He married on 16 Apr 1925 in The Station House, Perth, Perth, Scotland Rebecca Flema Sinclair Bain, born 1891 in Rattray, Perth, Scotland; died 11 Dec 1947 in Easter Denhead, Coupar Angus, Perth, Scotland, daughter of Alexander Bain and Christina Scott Fenton.   Notes: William was an Indian Civil Servant.  He retired by 1925 and lived at Greenvoyd, Rathfarnham, Co. Dublin, Ireland. In 1931 they were living at Duntober, 187 Battlefield Road, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England. In 1848 he lived at 39 Battlefield Road, St. Albans. William Aitkenhead Doig of Duntober 39 Battlefield Road St Albans Hertfordshire died 23 September 1948 at Bricket Road Nursing Home St Albans.  Probate London 6 January to Midland Bank Executors and Trustee Company limited.  Effects £13295 19s 10d. MARRIAGE: Witnesses were E. S. Adamson, Adylina, Blairgowrie, and Charles Clark, 42 High Street, Blairgowrie.

+    73        iv         Louisa Jean Campbell4 Doig, born 31 Aug 1878 in Stepney, London, England.  She married Henry John Simpson.

+    74        v          Sydney Stanford James4 Doig, born Jul 1881/81 in W. Ham, England; died 7 May 1927 in Catherine Street, Waterford, Ireland.  He married (1) Kate Follet Bland Carrington-Cox; (2) Mary (---).

 

 

21. John Stewart3 Doig (William2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1846/47 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 30 Oct 1934 in Ilford, Essex, England.  He married on 14 May 1878 in St. Thomas' Church, Stepney, Middlesex, London, England Mary Helen Smith, born 1857/58 in St. Georges, Limehouse, Middlesex, England; died 24 Jan 1950 in Victoria Hospital, Lochee, Dundee, Angus, Scotland, daughter of James Smith and Susan Napier.

 

Notes for John Stewart Doig

      In 1861 ploughman James Doig (18 Kirriemuir) and servant John Doig (14 Kirriemuir) worked on Lednathy Farm, Kirriemuir.

     

      In 1881 John worked for HM Custom in Gauges, residing at 25 Wallwood Street, London with his wife Mary and son John. In 1891 he was a customs excise officer residing at 11 Leopold Street, Mile End Old Town, London with his wife Mary H., sons John, Edward, Ernest, and and Stewart, mother-in-law Susan Smith, and a servant. In 1901 he was an examining customs officer in Illford, Essex with his wife Mary and sons John, Edward, Ernest, and Stewart.

     

      Probate: John Stewart Doig of 37 Courtland Avenue Ilford Essex died 30 October 1934.  Probate 19 December to Mary Helen Doig widow.  Effects £1260 6s 7d

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Thomas Sherret Taylor and Susan Smith.

 

Notes for Mary Helen Smith

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Thomas Sherret Taylor and Susan Smith.

 

      Children of John Stewart Doig and Mary Helen Smith were as follows:

+    75        i           John Douglas4 Doig, born Apr 1879/79 in Limehouse (Stepney), Middlesex, England; died 25 Jul 1963 in Malden, Essex, England.  He married Christina Clark.

+    76        ii          Edward Napier4 Doig, born Jan 1882/82 in Mile End, London, England; christened 11 Jun 1882 in St. Thomas, Stepney, London, England; died 17 Oct 1973 in Queensland, Australia.  He married Elsie (Elcy) Andrews.

+    77        iii         Ernest James4 Doig, born 20 Dec 1885 in Mile End, London, England; christened 14 May 1893 in Stepney St. Thomas, Tower Hamlets, Kent, England; died 11 Sep 1962 in Sandringham, Victoria, Australia.  He married Winifred Colquhoun Barbour.

+    78        iv         Stewart4 Doig, born Jan 1888/88 in Mile End, London, England; died 3 Aug 1982 in Frankston, Victoria, Australia.  He married Hilda Marion Davies.

 

 

23. David Douglas3 Doig (William2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1854 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 8 Feb 1879 in 9 Nursery Feus, Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  He married on 1 Jan 1877 in 25 Temple Lane, St. Peter, Dundee, Angus, Scotland Margaret Duncan, born 1854 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland; died 26 Oct 1917 in Milton, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland, daughter of Thomas Marshall Duncan and Agnes Paterson Kerr.

 

Notes for David Douglas Doig

      In 1871 David was a tailor boarding in Southmuir, Kirriemuir.

     

      The informant on David's death certificate was his brother Edward Doig.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Thomas Peebles and Eliza Neave.

 

Notes for Margaret Duncan

      In 1881 Margaret was a jute winder residing at 25 Temple Lane, Dundee with her son Charles and an unmarried Margaret Wilson (jute winder), 42 Edinburgh. Daughter Betsy had been adopted by Charles Peebles and lived with his family at 1 Union Place, Liff & Benvie in 1881 (Charles was married to Margaret Kerr who may have been her aunt on her mother's side). In 1891 and 1901 Margaret lived in St. Peter, Dundee with both her children.

     

      An extract of Margaret's testament reads: Margaret Duncan or Doig, 39 Dundrennan Road, Langside, Glasgow, widow, died 26 October 1917, at Glasgow, intestate. Confirmation granted at Glasgow, 7 November 1917, to Betsy Miln Doig or Gibson, wife of Alexander Gibson, Plasterer, 3 Nelson Street, Dundee, her daughter, Executrix dative qua next of kin. Value of Estate, £92, 4s. 4d.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Thomas Peebles and Eliza Neave.

 

      Children of David Douglas Doig and Margaret Duncan were as follows:

      79        i           Betsy Milne4 Doig or Peebles, born 27 Jun 1877 in 25 Temple Lane, St. Peter, Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 19 Aug 1948 in Provan, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.  She married in 1907 in St. Mary, Dundee, Angus, Scotland Alexander Gordon Gibson, born 1877/78 Of Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 1942 in Lochee, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.   Notes: After her father's death in 1879, Betsy was adopted by Charles Peebles in 1881. By 1891 she had moved back in with her mother. Witness to Betsy's death certificate was her brother Charles P. Doig.

+    80        ii          Charles Peebles4 Doig, born 5 Aug 1878 in 25 Temple Lane, St. Peter, Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 12 Nov 1956 in Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.  He married Elizabeth MacPherson Robertson.

 

Generation 4

 

25. Isabella4 Doig (John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1831/32 in Kettins, Angus, Scotland; died 21 Mar 1875 in 32 Scouringburn, St. Peter, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.  She married on 14 Aug 1860 in Burrelton, Cargill, Perth, Scotland James Waddell Doctor, born 1837 in Liff, Benvie & Invergowrie, Angus, Scotland; christened 3 Jul 1837 in Liff, Benvie & Invergowrie, Angus, Scotland; died 3 Jun 1911 in St. Mary, Dundee, Angus, Scotland, son of Peter Doctor and Ann Strachan.

 

Notes for Isabella Doig

      In 1841 Isabel Doeg, age 10 from Angushire, lived in the home of Thomas Sidie in Peatie Village, Kettins, Angus. In 1851 Isobel Doig, age 19 from kettins, was a general servant to Peter McMaushton, tailor, on George Street, Coupar-Angus, Perth. At her wedding she reported her age as 24, or born 1836/7.

     

      Witness to Isabella's death certificate was her aunt Elisabeth Sidey of Burrelton, Cargill, Perth.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John Watt and David McLeod.

 

Notes for James Waddell Doctor

      In 1881 James was a Seaman RNR residing at 2 Cochrane Street, Dundee with his wife Elizabeth and children John, Alex, and Ann. In 1901 he seaman cook at 9 Graham Street, Dundee with Elizabeth.

     

      James remarried to Elizabeth Robson in 1876 in Dundee; they had a daughter Ann.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John Watt and David McLeod.

 

      Children of Isabella Doig and James Waddell Doctor were as follows:

      81        i           James5 Doctor, born 15 Apr 1861 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 1861 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland.

      82        ii          James5 Doctor, born 16 Jul 1862 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland.   Notes: Reported to have changed his name to James Daley and moved to Newcastle, England where he married Mary Drybrough Robertson; they had 6 children.

      83        iii         Peter5 Doctor, born 31 May 1864 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland.

      84        iv         John Watt5 Doctor, born 13 Apr 1867 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 1946 in Lochee, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.

      85        v          Alexander Anderson5 Doctor, born 15 Sep 1870 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland.

      86        vi         George Strachan5 Doctor, born 13 Aug 1872 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 1873 in St. Peter, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.

 

 

26. James4 Doig (John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 8 Jul 1835 in 10 Paradise Street, Westminster, London, England; christened 30 Aug 1835 in St. Marlyebone Christ Church, Westminster, London, England; died 17 Mar 1883 in 56 High Street, Whitechapel, London, England.  He married on 27 Jan 1861 in St. Andrew, Holburn, London, England Ann Benson, born Apr 1840/40 in Holbeck (Leeds), Yorkshire, England; died 5 Oct 1922 in Margate, Kent, England, daughter of John Benson and Ann Cooper (---).

 

Notes for James Doig

      In 1861 James was a baker residing at 56 High Street, Whitechapel, London with his wife Ann and 2 journeyman bakers. In 1871 James was a baker residing at 56 High Street with children Annie H. , Albert R., and Jessie, and unmarried sister-in-law Priscilla Benson (Apr/June 1842 London). In 1874, 1881, and 1887 directories he  was a baker 56 High Street East, Whitechapel, London.

 

Notes for Ann Benson

      In 1891 Annie (widow) was a baker and confectioner residing at 56 High Street, Whitechapel, London with children Annie, Albert, Jessie, Helen, and Priscilla. In 1911 she was a baker and confectioner in Whitechapel with daughters jessie (baker & confectioner) and Helen (teacher of music).

 

      Children of James Doig and Ann Benson were as follows:

      87        i           James John5 Doig, born Oct 1861/61 in Whitechapel, London, England; died Apr 1862/62 in Whitechapel, London, England.

+    88        ii          Ann Hamilton (Annie)5 Doig, born Oct 1862/62 in Whitechapel, London, England; died 19 Jul 1942 in 42 Chandos Road, Ampthill, Bedford, England.  She married Alfred Edward Newbury.

+    89        iii         Albert Bruce5 Doig, born 15 Jun 1864 in Whitechapel, London, England; died 4 Jan 1946 in Wellhouse Lane Hospital, Barnet, Hertford, England.  He married Margaret Miller Kingston.

      90        iv         Jessie5 Doig, born Jan 1866/66 in Whitechapel, London, England; died 28 Feb 1932 in Northdown Corner, Margate, Kent, England.   Notes: In 1901 and 1911 Jessie lived with her mother at 56 High Street, London. She did not marry. Jessie was killed when she stepped into the street and was struck by a car. She had her head turned away into the wind and was running to catch a bus. Probate: Doig, Jessie of 22 Fort-crescent, Cliftonville, Margate spinster died 28 February 1932 at Northdown Corner Margate. Probate London 19 May to Helen Doig spinster and Edward Lewis Lloyd, laundryman. Effects L769 5s. 9d.

      91        v          Stewart5 Doig, born Oct 1868/68 in Whitechapel, London, England; died Oct 1869/69 in Whitechapel, London, England.

      92        vi         Helen (Nellie)5 Doig, born 21 Jun 1873 in Whitechapel, London, England; died 19 Jul 1958 in Grove House Nursing Home, Garlings, Margate, Kent, England.   Notes: In 1901 and 1911 Helen lived with her mother at 56 High Street, London. Helen and her sister Priscilla ran a boarding house in Margate, Kent. She did not marry. Probate: Helen Doig of Neville Lodge Lonsdale Avenue Margate spinster died 19 July 1958 at Grove House Nursing Home Garlings Margate. Probate London 13 August to Priscilla Margaret Lloyd widow.  Effects £839 12s 7d.

+    93        vii        Priscilla Margaret (Dids)5 Doig, born 20 Oct 1874 in Whitechapel, London, England; died Apr 1958/58 in Margate, Kent, England.  She married Edward Louis (Ted) Lloyd.

      94        viii       Effie Louise5 Doig, born Jan 1881/81 in Whitechapel, London, England; died Apr 1881/81 in Whitechapel, London, England.

 

 

27. Hamilton4 Doig (John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1836 in Camden, London, England; christened 6 Nov 1836 in St. Michael, Highgate, Camden, London, England; died 31 Oct 1917 in 32 Hayfield Road, Pendleton, Salford, Lancashire, England.  She married on 3 Jul 1860 in St. Andrew Holborn, Middlesex, England William Ellis, born 1836/37 in Ayrshire, Scotland; died Oct 1907 in Salford, Lancashire, England, son of William Ellis.

 

Notes for Hamilton Doig

      In 1911 Hamilton lived at 32 Hayfield Road, Pendleton, Lancashire with son Bruce (railway clerk).

 

Notes for William Ellis

      In 1871 William was a merchant clerk at 94 Bride Street, Islington St. Clement, London with Hamilton and children Hamilton and Charles, and a servant. In 1881 he was manager of a paper hanging warehouse at 19 Fitzwarren Street, Pendleton, Lancashire with Hamilton and 4 children. In 1901 William was the manager of a paper hanging warehouse residing at Myrtle Ville, Potor Road, Pendlebury, Lancashire with wife Hamilton.

 

      Children of Hamilton Doig and William Ellis were as follows:

      95        i           Hamilton Elizabeth5 Ellis, born Apr 1861/61 in Holborn, Middlesex, England; died 14 Dec 1933 in 99 Claremont Road, Salford, Lancashire, England.  She married in Jan 1892/92 in Salford, Lancashire, England William Tinker, born Apr 1853/53 in Ashton-Under-Lyne, Lancashire, England; died 25 Apr 1910 in 83 Moorfield Road, St. John, Pendlebury, Lancashire, England, son of Elizabeth (---).   Notes: In 1911 Hamilton was a widow in Pendleton, Lancashire with a boarder, 2 visitors (Ellis), and a servant.

+    96        ii          Charles James5 Ellis, born 24 Sep 1865 in Islington, Middlesex, England; died Mar 1948 in Salford, Lancashire, England.  He married Amy Jane Toothill.

      97        iii         Harry Stuart5 Ellis, born Oct 1873/73 in Pendleton, Lancashire, England.  He married on 17 Sep 1896 in St. Catherine, Barton upon Irwell, Lancashire, England Ellen Gillson Bryan, born 1872/73 in Pendleton, Lancashire, England, daughter of Henry Bryan and Fanny (---).   Notes: In 1901 Harry was a railway traffic agent at 27 Hereford Lane, Urmston, Lancashire with wife Ellen. In 1911 he was a railway traffic canvasser at the same house with Ellen; they reported having no children.

      98        iv         Bruce Herbert5 Ellis, born 12 Mar 1877 in Pendleton, Lancashire, England; died Dec 1962 in Salford, Lancashire, England.  He married on 11 Sep 1918 in Christchurch, Salford, Lancashire, England Hilda Yates, born 4 Aug 1886 in Salford, Lancashire, England; died Dec 1951 in Salford, Lancashire, England, daughter of George Yates and Maria Matilda (---).   Notes: In 1939 Bruce was a retired railway officer at 32 Hayfield Road, Salford, Lancashire with wife Hilda.

 

 

29. John4 Doig (John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born Apr 1840/40 in Clerkenwell, Middlesex, England; died Jan 1915/15 in Holburn, London, England.  He married on 17 Aug 1862 in St. Bartholomew the Great, London, England Margaret Brian, born abt 1841 Of Ireland; died 1870/71 Of Holborn, Middlesex, London, England, daughter of Timothy Brian.

 

Notes for John Doig

      John's wife had died by 1871, probably in childbirth in 1870. In 1871 his children Hamilton and John were boarders with Thomas Smith, printer & compositor, and family at 3 Hides Terrace, Islington St. Clement, London. Son Stewart was deceased. Daughter Jean (Jeane Dorg) lived with her uncle Robert M. Pringle at Highsr? Coopers Arms, St. Mary Hornsby, Middlesex. In 1871 John was a widower and journeyman baker at 68 Fetter Lane, St. Bride, St. Andrew Holborn, London with his sister Charlotte (baker's shopwoman), sister Mary (scholar), sister Margaret Belcher and family, and another journeyman baker. In 1881 John was a baker living in St. George, London with his mother, sister Jean, and two children Hamilton and John. In 1891 he was a widow and baker residing at 84 Red Lion Street, St. George, London with his unmarried sister Ann and a servant. In 1901 and 1911 John was a baker in Holborn Above the Bars with his sisters Charlotte and Annie.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Josiah W. Bartlett and Charlotte Heart.

 

Notes for Margaret Brian

      Margaret is noted "decd" on baptism of daughter Margaret in 1871

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Josiah W. Bartlett and Charlotte Heart.

 

      Children of John Doig and Margaret Brian were as follows:

      99        i           Hamilton5 Doig, born 8 Aug 1863 in Red Lion Street, Holborn, London, England; christened 6 Sep 1863 in St. Andrew, Holborn, London, England; died 4 Aug 1905 in Archway Road Workhouse, Holborn, London, England.  She married on 25 Jul 1890 in St. George, Hanover Square, London, England Walter Haslam, born abt 1860 of England.   Notes: Hamilton was a singer. In 1891 she was "living on his means" and boarding at 20 Turnpike Lane, Hornsey, Middlesex.

+    100      ii          John5 Doig, born 11 Dec 1864 in Holborn, London, England; christened 15 Jan 1865 in St. Andrew, Holborn, London, England; died Jan 1945/45 in Brentford, Middlesex, England.  He married Eva Caroline Hammond.

      101      iii         Stewart5 Doig, born 19 May 1866 in Holborn, London, England; christened 1 Jul 1866 in St. Andrew, Holborn, London, England; died Apr 1867/67 in Holborn, London, England.

      102      iv         Margaret Dawtry5 Doig, born Jul 1868/68 in Poplar, London, England; christened 12 Mar 1871 in St. Michael, Highgate, Camden, London, England; died 7 Sep 1892 in Dover, Kent, England.   Notes: In 1871 Margaret was a niece with Abraham Eagles (64 Finchley, Middlesex) and wife Margaret (62 Haddington, Scotland) and a servant; Abraham was a nursery seedman and parish clerk. Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser - Friday 9 September 1892: An inquest was held at Dover on Wednesday on the body of a young lady named Margaret Dawtry Doig, 22, belonging to London, who threw herself over the cliffs, a distance of 300 feet. A letter was written by the deceased, which showed that she had been disappointed in love. A verdict of suicide whilst temporarily insane was returned. Monmouthshire Beacon - Saturday 10 September 1892: SUICIDE THROUGH LOVE.  The coastguard on Monday morning discovered body of a well-dressed young lady on the rocks between Dover and St. Margaret¿s. is supposed that she threw herself over the cliffs. A few days ago the friends of the lady sent a telegram to the police at Dover, warning them that she was coming there with the alleged intention of throwing herself over the cliffs. A letter is stated to have been found  upon the body, whioh now awaits an inquest, from which it would appear that the rash act is some way connected with a love affair. Communication was made by the police to an addresss in London found on the body, which was afterwards identified as that of Miss Margaret Dartrey Doig, whose age was 22. The death index reports age 26.

      103      v          Jean5 Doig, born Jan 1870/70 in Holborn, Middlesex, London, England.   Notes: Jean was admitted 20 Apr 1891 to Gray's Inn of the Hoburn City Workhouse.

 

 

30. Margaret4 Doig (John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 18 Mar 1842 in Holborn, London, England; christened 1 May 1842 in St. Andrew, Holborn, London, England; died in Canada.  She married (1) on 25 Dec 1862 in St. Andrew, Holburn, London, England Thomas Belcher, born 1836 in London, Middlesex, England; christened 31 Jul 1836 in Saint Botolph Without Aldersgate, London, England; died Jul 1876 in Whitechapel, London, Middlesex, England, son of Thomas Belcher and Eliza Cause; (2) in Jul 1880/80 in Islington (Holborn), London, England James Clark, born 1846/47 in Dorset, England; died in Canada.

 

Notes for Margaret Doig

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were ? Mart and John Doig.

 

Notes for Thomas Belcher

      In 1871 Thomas was a clerk at 68 Fettis Lane, Holborn, London with wife Margaret and children Hamilton, Margaret, and Edmund; they lived with Margaret's brother John and sisters Charlotte and Mary with a servant..

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were ? Mart and John Doig.

 

Notes for James Clark

      In 1881 James was a timekeeper at 44 Riverdale Road, Islington, London with wife Margaret with step-daughters Hamilton and Margaret Belcher. In 1891 he and Margaret lived in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

 

      Children of Margaret Doig and Thomas Belcher were as follows:

+    104      i           Hamilton Doig5 Belcher, born 21 Dec 1865 in Holborn, Middlesex, London, England; died 28 Feb 1947 in Ontario, Canada.  She married Alfred Aldridge.

+    105      ii          Margaret Jean5 Belcher, born 13 Jun 1868 in Hackney, Middlesex, England.  She married Ernest Ford Crossland.

+    106      iii         Edmund John James (Edmond)5 Belcher, born Jul 1870/70 in St. Andrew, Middlesex, England; died 30 Aug 1942 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI.  He married Amelia (Millie, Emelie) Ruppel.

 

 

31. Stewart (Stuart)4 Doig (John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 13 May 1844 in 68 Fetter Lane, Holborn, London, England; christened 4 Aug 1844 in St. Andrew, Holborn, London, England; died 25 Feb 1904 in 29 Akerman Road, Brixton, Surrey, England.  He married on 29 Nov 1870 in Service Road Cottage, Forfar, Angus, Scotland Elizabeth Johnson, born 7 Aug 1841 in Glamis, Angus, Scotland; christened 20 Aug 1841 in Glamis, Angus, Scotland; died Jan 1915/15 in Wandsworth, Surrey, England, daughter of Alexander Johnson and Jean Crabb.

 

Notes for Stewart (Stuart) Doig

      In 1870 Stewart was a master baker living at 81 Whitechapel Road, London; he is also shown at this address in the 1874 and 1887 London Directory. In 1881 he was a baker living at Mile End, London with all his family and a cousin Annie Doig, born 1850/1 in Scotland. In 1891 Stuart was a baker and confectioner at 81 Whitechapel Road with his wife Elizabeth and children Mary, Jean, Elizabeth, Stuart, Edwin, and Allan.

     

      Probate: Stuart Doig of 29 Akerman Road, Brixton, Surrey died 25 February 1904 Administration London 30 November to Stuart Andrew Doig, munitions worker. Effects GBP 40.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They were married at the bride’s home.  Witnesses were Charles Bohard and Helen Thomson.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Johnson

      In 1911 Elizabeth lived in Lambeth, London with children Jean, Elizabeth, Stuart, and Bruce.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They were married at the bride’s home.  Witnesses were Charles Bohard and Helen Thomson.

 

      Children of Stewart (Stuart) Doig and Elizabeth Johnson were as follows:

+    107      i           Mary5 Doig, born 9 Mar 1872 in Whitechapel, London, England; died Sep 1954 in Hailsham, Sussex, England.  She married Ebenezer Sargeant.

      108      ii          Jean Hamilton J. (Jane)5 Doig, born 13 Jul 1873 in Whitechapel, London, England; died Jan 1959/59 in Surrey SE, England.   Notes: Jean did not marry.

      109      iii         Elizabeth Annie5 Doig, born Jan 1875/75 in Whitechapel, London, England.   Notes: In 1911 Elizabeth was unmarried and living with her mother.

+    110      iv         Stuart Andrew Livingstone5 Doig, born 29 Jan 1876 in Whitechapel, London, England; died 31 Dec 1944 in Battersea General Hospital, Battersea, Surrey, England.  He married Ellen Bishop.

+    111      v          Bruce Edwin5 Doig, born 4 Apr 1877 in Whitechapel, London, England; died 11 Mar 1959 in Middlesex S, England.  He married Blanche May (Margaret) Reynolds.

      112      vi         Florence McFarland5 Doig, born Oct 1878/78 in Whitechapel, London, England; died Jul 1879/79 in Mile End, London, England.

+    113      vii        Allan Wallace5 Doig, born 7 Jan 1881 in Mile End, London, England; died Jan 1926/26 in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England.  He married Alice Caroline Astington.

 

 

32. Bruce4 Doig (John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 16 Jan 1846 in Holborn, London, England; christened 12 Apr 1846 in St. Andrew, Holborn, London, England; died 7 Apr 1908 in 164 Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, Middlesex, England.  He married on 4 Jun 1879 in St. Bartholomew, St. Pancras, London, England Florence Ellen Davidson, born Jan 1858/58 in St. Pancras, London, England; died Jul 1881/81 in Shoreditch, Middlesex, England, daughter of William Davidson and Jessie (---).

 

Notes for Bruce Doig

      In 1881 Bruce was a master baker residing at 164 Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, Middlesex with his wife Florence, daughters Florence and Jessie, and 5 assistants and servants. In 1891 he was a baker at 164 Kingsland Road with his daughters Florence and Jessie, cousin Annie Doig, and 2 servants.

     

      Probate: Bruce Doig of 164 Kingsland Road Middlesex died 7 April 1908 Probate London 25 May to Florence Hamilton Doig and Jessie Doig spinster.  Effects 1538 GBP 5s 11d.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were William Davidson and Rhoda Louisa Law.

 

Notes for Florence Ellen Davidson

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were William Davidson and Rhoda Louisa Law.

 

      Children of Bruce Doig and Florence Ellen Davidson were as follows:

      114      i           Florence Hamilton5 Doig, born 20 Dec 1879 in Shoreditch, London, Middlesex, England; christened 25 Nov 1888 in London, London, England; died 24 Jan 1929 in Cathcart, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; buried in Eastwood New Cemetery, Renfrew, Scotland.   Notes: Florence was a  soprano singer. On 23 Sept 1925 Florence, a nurse, entered from Canada into the US at Buffalo, NY. In 1927 she lived at 18 Millbrae Crescent, Langside, Glasgow as a nurse. She did not marry.

      115      ii          Jessie5 Doig, born 12 Mar 1881 in Shoreditch, Middlesex, England; christened 25 Nov 1888 in London, London, England.  She married on 14 Jul 1915 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland Rev. John Edgar George Davidson, born 2 Apr 1888 in Fyvie, Aberdeen, Scotland; died 29 Nov 1925 in Western Infirmary, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland, son of John Davidson and Margaret Baird Hunter.

 

 

33. Jean4 Doig (John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born Jul 1847/47 in Holborn, London, England; christened 29 Aug 1847 in St. Andrew, Holborn, London, England; died Jan 1938/38 in Edmonton, England.  She married on 18 Sep 1884 in St. Andrew, Holborn, London, Middlesex, England Samuel Herbert Judge, born Oct 1859/59 in Lambeth, England; died Apr 1917/17 in Hastings, England, son of Thomas Judge and Elizabeth Sutton.

 

Notes for Samuel Herbert Judge

      In 1886 Samuel and family lived at 281 Goswell Road, Clerkenwell, Middlesex. In 1891 he was a traveller in the bag trade residing at 20 Clavendon Road, Hornsey, Middlesex with his wife Jean and children Samuel and Mary. In 1901 he was a commercial traveler in the building trade, and the family lived in Wood Green, Middlesex.

 

      Children of Jean Doig and Samuel Herbert Judge were as follows:

      116      i           Samuel Herbert5 Judge, born 30 Aug 1886 in Wandsworth, London, England; died Jan 1952/52 in Greenwich, Kent, England.  He married on 5 Apr 1928 in Dalston Holy Trinity Church, Hackney, Middlesex, England Clara Mabel Walker, born 26 May 1886 in Old Ford, London, England; died 3 May 1968 in Greenwich, Greater London, England, daughter of Henry Walker and Sarah Jane.

      117      ii          Mary Jean5 Judge, born 15 May 1888 in London, Middlesex, England; died Mar 1970 in Haringey, Greater London, England.

 

 

37. Mary4 Doig (John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 21 Apr 1857 in 68 Fetter Lane St Andrew, Holborn, London, Middlesex, England; died Jan 1942/42 in 14, Lansdowne Road, Finchley, Hendon, Middlesex, England.  She married on 5 Jan 1879 in St. Andrew, Holburn, London, England William David Pightling, born 4 Jan 1858 in 45 Fetter Lane, St Andrew, Holborn, London, Middlesex, England; died 10 Sep 1933 in 45 Fairfax Road, Hornsey, Middlesex, England, son of William Pightling and Mary Ann Lyons.

 

Notes for Mary Doig

      Mary is linked to parents based on age and location.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John Doig and Jean Doig.

 

Notes for William David Pightling

      In 1881 William was in the Inland Revenue Officer for the Stamping Department and residing at 281 Goswell Road, St. James Clerkenwell, London with his wife Mary, children William and Hamilton, and sister-in-law Annie Doig. In 1891 he lived at 14 Vernon Road, Hornsey with his wife Mary, 6 children, and a servant. In 1911 he worded for Inland Revenue at 295 Wightman Road, Hornsey with Mary and children Hamilton, Harold, and Mona.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John Doig and Jean Doig.

 

      Children of Mary Doig and William David Pightling were as follows:

+    118      i           William John George5 Pightling, born 17 Jun 1879 in Islington (Holborn), London, England; died 3 Mar 1960 in 3 St. Ann's Road, Southend on Sea, Essex, England.  He married Mabel Clara Allen.

+    119      ii          Hamilton Margaret5 Pightling, born Oct 1880/80 in Islington, London, England; died 2 Oct 1940 in Edmondton, Middlesex, England.  She married Milton Victor Staniforth.

+    120      iii         Abe Garnet5 Pightling, born 15 Sep 1882 in Islington (Holborn), London, England; died Mar 1970 in Sutton, Greater London, England.  He married Henrietta Fanny Neaves.

      121      iv         Harold Conway5 Pightling, born Oct 1886/86 in Hornsey (Edmondton), Middlesex, England; died Oct 1926/26 in Edmonton, Middlesex, England.

+    122      v          Mary Doig Irene5 Pightling, born 18 Nov 1888 in Hornsey (Edmondton), Middlesex, England; died 16 Apr 1925 in Edmonton, Middlesex, England.  She married Albert Leonard Harvey.

      123      vi         Olive Constance5 Pightling, born 25 Aug 1890 in Hornsey (Edmondton), Middlesex, England; died Oct 1891/91 in Hornsey, Middlesex, England.

      124      vii        Mona Pansy Kathleen5 Pightling, born 10 Dec 1894 in 212 Wightman Road, Hornsey, Middlesex, England; died 1 Jan 1965 in North Middlesex Hospital, Edmonton, Middlesex, England.  She married in Jul 1939/39 in Edmonton, Middlesex, England William Gustav Heller, born 13 Apr 1892 in St Giles, London, England; died 8 May 1952 in Highlands Hopital, Southgate, Middlesex, England, son of Henry Josef Heller and Mary (---).

 

 

40. John4 Doig (Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 28 Dec 1848 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 6 Jan 1849 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 16 Dec 1913 in 155 Strathmartine Road, St. Clement, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.  He married (1) Not married Elizabeth (Betsy) Young, born 1842/43 in Dunnichen, Angus, Scotland, daughter of Mary Ann (---); (2) Not married Jessie Ferrier, born 1853/54 in Brechin, Angus, Scotland, daughter of Elizabeth Findlay; (3) on 31 Dec 1874 in 11 Nelson Street, Dundee, Angus, Scotland Ann Dalgety, born 1843/46 in Fearn, Angus, Scotland; died 15 Feb 1906 in 15 Hill Street, St. Clement, Dundee, Angus, Scotland, daughter of John Dalgety and Betsy Scott.

 

Notes for John Doig

      John appears to have sired four illegitimate children. He after married Ann Delgety, mother of his daughter Margaret.

     

      In 1874 John was a carter living at 56 Strathmartine Road, Dundee, and in 1875 at 68 Strathmartine Road, Dundee.  In 1881 John was a carter in Dundee. In 1891 he lived in St. Andrew, Dundee; also in the household was William Doig, born 1872/3. In 1901 he lived in St. Clement Dundee.

     

      Witness to John's death certificate was his daughter Ann Doig.

     

      MARRIAGE:

     

      Witnesses were James Doig and Alexander Gellatty.

 

Notes for Elizabeth (Betsy) Young

      In 1871 Betsy was a linen weaver on Hymen Street, Dunnichen with her mother Mary and illegitimate son William Douglas (7 Dunnichen).

 

Notes for Jessie Ferrier

      In 1881 Jessie was an unmarried linen factory worker residing at 73 River Street, Brechin with her children John Doig and Jean Begg.

     

      A Jessie Ferrier married David Brown in 1883 in Brechin.

 

Notes for Ann Dalgety

      Witness to Ann's death certificate was her husband John Doig.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were James Doig and Alexander Gellatty.

 

      Children of John Doig and Elizabeth (Betsy) Young were as follows:

      125      i           Mary5 Doig, born 9 Oct 1870 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 29 Mar 1871 in 11 Smiths Lane, Brechin, Angus, Scotland.   Notes: John Doig was the reputed father of Mary. Witness to her death certificate was her grandmother Mary Ann Young.

      126      ii          John5 Doig, born 2 Mar 1873 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 29 Apr 1873 in Blackbull Close, Brechin, Angus, Scotland.   Notes: John was illegitimate, and the reputed father was John Doig, carter.

 

      Children of John Doig and Jessie Ferrier were as follows:

+    127      i           John Ferrier5 Doig, born 14 Jan 1874 in 5 River Street, Brechin, Angus, Scotland; died 8 May 1957 in Invergowrie, Angus, Scotland.  He married Ann Laing.

 

      Children of John Doig and Ann Dalgety were as follows:

      128      i           Margaret Dalgety (Maggie)5 Doig, born 21 Jun 1873 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 18 Jan 1938 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland.

      129      ii          Stewart5 Doig, born 3 Oct 1875 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 4 Jul 1953 in Maryfield Hospital, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.  He married (1) on 20 Jul 1906 in 23 Albany Terrace, St. Mary, Dundee, Angus, Scotland Margaret Ann (Maggie) Robb, born 4 Aug 1872 in Craig by Montrose, Angus, Scotland; died 9 Dec 1907 in 34 Fleuchar Street, St. Mary, Dundee, Angus, Scotland, daughter of Margaret Robb; (2) in 1947 in St. Clement, Dundee, Angus, Scotland Ann Jane Cunningham or Farley, born 13 Mar 1874 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 24 Jan 1953 in Astral House, Gray Road, Liff, Angus, Scotland, daughter of James Cunningham and Mary Ann Norrie.   Notes: Stewart was a carter. MARRIAGE: Witnesses were David Barrie and Lizzie Duthie.

      130      iii         John5 Doig, born 31 May 1877 in 68 Strathmartine Road, St. Clement, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.  He married on 21 Jun 1909 in St. Clement, Dundee, Angus, Scotland Euphemia Smith, born 1886/87 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 1971 in Broughty Ferry, Angus, Scotland, daughter of John Smith and Euphemia Hay Allardyce.

+    131      iv         James5 Doig, born 12 Jun 1879 in St. Clement, Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 18 Mar 1919 in Larbert, Stirling, Scotland.  He married Mary Ann Hodge McLaren.

+    132      v          William Clark5 Doig, born 3 Aug 1881 in St. Clement, Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 6 Mar 1928 in St. Andrew, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.  He married Mary Gavin.

      133      vi         Georgina Helen5 Doig, born 1883 in St. Andrew, Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 1904 in St. Clement, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.

+    134      vii        Ann Liddle5 Doig, born 1885 in St. Andrew, Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 8 Oct 1936 in Greenwich, London, England.  She married David Henderson Lawrie.

 

 

41. Mary Ann4 Doig (Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 15 Feb 1851 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 16 Mar 1851 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 22 Aug 1940 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; buried in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.  She married on 31 Dec 1874 in Prior Road, Forfar, Angus, Scotland William Geekie, born 1851/52 in Coupar Angus, Perth, Scotland; died 25 Feb 1917 in Kings Co., NY; buried in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY, son of James Geekie and Janet Alexander.

 

Notes for Mary Ann Doig

      Mary Ann was a factory worker in Scotland. In 1920 she was a widow at 424 36th Street, Brooklyn with children Agnes, Mary, Bessie, and William. Daughter Margaret Whyte lived next door withe her husband Andrew and daugher Mildred. In 1930 she lived there with daughter Bessie and 6 roomers.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They were married at the bride’s home.  Witnesses were David Easton and Jane Doig.

 

Notes for William Geekie

      In 1881 William was a journeyman plasterer residing at 12 Canmore Street, Forfar with his wife Mary Ann and daughters Agnes, Mary Ann, Maggie, and Jessie.

     

      William came to America in 1882, followed by Mary in 1883. Mary appears to have returned to Scotland where daughter Betsy Black was born. In 1885 she returned with daughters Agnes, Mary, Margaret, and Bessie.

     

      Later he was a stonecutter who worked on the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in Brooklyn, New York.

     

      In 1910 William was a house plasterer residing at 424 36th Street, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY with wife Mary and 5 children; he reported having 7 children with 6 living.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They were married at the bride’s home.  Witnesses were David Easton and Jane Doig.

 

      Children of Mary Ann Doig and William Geekie were as follows:

      135      i           Agnes Doig5 Geekie, born 1876 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 19 Nov 1924 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; buried 22 Nov 1924 in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.

      136      ii          Mary Ann Doig5 Geekie, born 1878 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 17 Dec 1966 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; buried in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.

+    137      iii         Margaret (Maggie)5 Geekie, born 1879 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  She married Andrew Whyte.

      138      iv         Jessie (Janet) Alexander5 Geekie, born 1880 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 22 Nov 1905 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; buried in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.

      139      v          Elizabeth Black (Betsy, Bessie)5 Geekie, born 1885 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.

      140      vi         William5 Geekie, born 25 Sep 1887 in St. Paul, Ramsey Co., MN; died 14 Feb 1920 in Kings Co., NY.

+    141      vii        Russell John5 Geekie, born 6 Mar 1892 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; died 27 Aug 1959 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.  He married Catherine Doyle.

 

 

42. Jean (Jane)4 Doig (Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 9 Jun 1853 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; christened 24 Jul 1853 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 12 Jan 1918 in 8 Montrose Road, Forfar, Angus, Scotland; buried 15 Jan 1918 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  She married on 2 Jul 1875 in Prior Road, Forfar, Angus, Scotland David Easton, born 25 May 1850 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 15 Jan 1931 in 129 Castle Street, Forfar, Angus, Scotland, son of James Easton and Margaret Thom.

 

Notes for Jean (Jane) Doig

      MARRIAGE:

They were married at the bride’s home.  Witnesses were Annie Doig and William Easton.

 

Notes for David Easton

      In 1881 David and Jane were linen factory workers residing at 123 Castle Street, Forfar with son David; son George lived with his grandmother Ann Doig. In 1891 he was a yarn bleacher at 106 Castle Street, Forfar with Jane and 5 children. In 1901 he was a bleacher at 25 Montrose Road, Forfar with Jane at 6 children.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They were married at the bride’s home.  Witnesses were Annie Doig and William Easton.

 

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

+    142      i           George Dick5 Easton, born 31 Aug 1877 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1962 in Dundee West, Angus, Scotland.  He married Jessie Samson Mollison.

      143      ii          David5 Easton, born 19 Jan 1880 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.

      144      iii         Ann Doig (Annie)5 Easton, born 27 Jan 1884 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  She married in 1935 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland William Coutts McMillan, born 1884 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 5 Jan 1936 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.

      145      iv         Jane Aitken5 Easton, born 2 Feb 1887 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1969 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland.  She married in 1909 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland David Clark.

      146      v          Alexander5 Easton, born 1 Aug 1889 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.

      147      vi         James5 Easton, born 27 Nov 1891 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.

 

 

43. Agnes4 Doig (Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 20 Nov 1855 in Brandeshall, Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1940 in Brooklyn, NY.  She married on 5 Aug 1880 in 20 Prior Road, Forfar, Angus, Scotland George Brand Dick or Dakers, born 9 Jan 1857 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 17 Sep 1914 in Hunter Cottage, Wyllie Street, Forfar, Angus, Scotland, son of Thomas Dick and Janet (Jessie) Dakers.

 

Notes for Agnes Doig

      In 1916 Agnes lived Medicine Hat, Alberta with daughter Agnes Gray and family.

     

      Canadian passport #11657.  Height 5'4".  British subject.  Passport secured in Ottawa, January 29, 1919 so that she could return home for visit.  First endorsement reads "In transit to Scotland from Medicine Hat 2-28-1919. John (last name unreadable), U.S. Immigrant Inspector, Buffalo, N.Y.  Second endorsement has printed statement: "Restrictions on the issue of passports for outward Journey from U.K. are still in Force."  Stamped by Aliens Office, 21 March, 1919, Liverpool.  Object of journey:  returning home.  Signature at bottom of this page reads: R.H. Grant, capt.  5/31/19.

(Birthdate given on passport is one year later than that given in records provided through LDS.)

     

      MARRIAGE:

They were married at the Bride's home. George was a factory linen worker residing at 12 New Road, Forfar. Witnesses were Charles Evans and Annie Doig.

 

Notes for George Brand Dick or Dakers

      George was illegitimate, his birth recorded as George Dakers. He appears as George Dick in the 1871 census.

     

      In 1881 George was a factory linen worker residing at 35 Prior Road with his wife Agnes (factory linen worker). In 1891 he was a foreman tenter at Helen Street, Forfar with wife Agnes and daughter Agnes. In 1901 he was a commercial traveller at 9 Helen Street, Forfar with Agnes and 3 daughters.

     

      A lap desk, still owned by George's descendants, has brass plaque with this inscription:

Presented to Mr. G. Dick/Foreman Tenter/By the weavers of/St. James Works/on the occasion of his leaving for another station/Forfar, April, 1895.

     

      Witness to George Brand Daker's death certificate was John Mitchell, relative by marriage.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They were married at the Bride's home. George was a factory linen worker residing at 12 New Road, Forfar. Witnesses were Charles Evans and Annie Doig.

 

      Children of Agnes Doig and George Brand Dick or Dakers were as follows:

+    148      i           Agnes Evans5 Dick, born 23 May 1881 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 22 Jan 1959 in 700 Ready Street, St. Marys, Camden Co., GA.  She married William Gay Gray.

      149      ii          Laura Hutton5 Dick, born 2 May 1891 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 14 Dec 1980 in Gilman Hospital, St. Marys, Camden Co., GA.  She married William J. Bowman, born in Canada.   Notes: Laura came over on the Cameronia, the first ship to leave an English port after the sinking of the Lusitania.  She remembered the Cameronia being chased by a sub for four days.  She and her mother were supposed to have sailed on the Lusitania, but the ship was sunk before reaching England.  Agnes Dick Gray wanted her mother to come to Canada for the birth of her first son, William "Bill" George Gray. Laura stayed in Canada for awhile and did stenographic work. She and her mother later moved to New York because Mrs. Dick was unhappy in Canada.  (Stewart Doig, Cousin Florence's father, and Agnes Doig Dick's brother, had moved to New York before Agnes and Laura sailed over in 1915.) When Will and Agnes Gray first moved to Brooklyn, they stayed with Laura.  Laura did office work in New York for the R.M. Hollingshead Company. She married Will Bowman in 1936.  Her mother died in 1940. When Will and "Aggie" Gray moved to St. Marys, Will and Laura Bowman followed not long after.  Laura worked as a secretary for Gilman Paper Company until her retirement. Information obtained from Laura Bowman in personal interview with great-niece Wendy Gray Pierce.

      150      iii         Mabel Annie Thow5 Dick, born 1896 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died Apr 1909 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.

 

 

44. Stewart4 Doig (Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 31 Aug 1857 in East Port, Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 9 Jul 1932 in Queens Co., NY; buried 12 Jul 1932 in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.  He married on 10 Jan 1886 in Paterson, Passaic Co., NJ Barbara Aitken, born 11 Sep 1858 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 3 Apr 1926 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; buried 6 Apr 1926 in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY, daughter of John Aitken and Mary Fotheringham.

 

Notes for Stewart Doig

      In 1881 Stewart was an unmarried mason living with his mother in Forfar. Stewart came to America in 1882 and Barbara followed in 1887. They settled in Brooklyn, NY. In 1900 Stewart was a stone cutter residing at 701 Sixth Avenue, Brooklyn with his wife and 6 children. In 1920 they lived at 3914 Fifth Ave., Brooklyn.

 

      Children of Stewart Doig and Barbara Aitken were as follows:

+    151      i           William Geekie5 Doig, born 25 Oct 1887 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; died 29 Dec 1950 in Floral Park, Nassau Co., NY; buried 2 Jan 1951 in Long Island National Cemetery, Farmingdale, NY.  He married Florence Mabel Reid.

      152      ii          Alexander Miller5 Doig, born 2 May 1889 in Kings Co., NY; died 24 Dec 1919 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; buried 27 Dec 1919 in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.   Notes: Alexander lived with his parents in 1920, but was reported to have died about that time.

+    153      iii         Stewart5 Doig, born 1 Jun 1891 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; died 28 Oct 1958 in Farmingdale, Suffolk Co., NY; buried 30 Oct 1958 in Long Island National Cemetery, Farmingdale, Suffolk Co., NY.  He married Anna J. Hanson.

      154      iv         Florence5 Doig, born 11 Jan 1894 in Kings Co., NY; died 21 Mar 1977 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.  She married (1) on 27 Dec 1916 in El Paso, TX John Valentin Engler, born 14 Feb 1874 in Aschaffenburg, Bavaria, Germany; died 30 Jun 1928 in Santa Clara Co., CA; (2) on 1 Sep 1943 Franklin Joseph Millar, born 25 Nov 1887 in Chicago, Cook Co., IL; died 22 May 1978 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY, son of Frank W. Millar and Louisa Evering.

+    155      v          Mary Fotheringham5 Doig, born 2 Jan 1896 in New York City, NY; died Jul 1982 in 17 Hull Avenue, New Hyde Park, Nassau Co., NY.  She married Harold Raymond Carson.

+    156      vi         Howard5 Doig, born 19 Jan 1898 in NY; died 31 Jan 1951 in Farmingdale, Suffolk Co., NY; buried 3 Feb 1951 in Long Island National Cemetery, Farmingdale, Suffolk Co., NY.  He married Margaret Nixon.

 

 

45. Lavinia4 Doig (Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 6 Mar 1861 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1923 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  She married on 2 Jun 1882 in 20 Prior Road, Forfar, Angus, Scotland William Young, born 11 Jan 1862 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 20 Feb 1953 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland, son of Andrew Young and Margaret Petrie.

 

Notes for Lavinia Doig

      At her wedding in 1882 Lavinia was a spinster and winder in a linen factory residing at 20 Prior Road, Forfar.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Mary Ann Robert and James Waddle.

 

Notes for William Young

      At his wedding in 1882 William was a batchelor and linen factory worker residing at 65 West High Street, Forfar. In 1901 he was a linen & jute factory worker residing at 50 Prior Road, Forfar with his wife Lavinia and children Maggie (linen & jute worker), William (baker), Lizzie (scholar), Lavinia (scholar), and Jessie A. He still lived at 50 Prior Road in 1918.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Mary Ann Robert and James Waddle.

 

      Children of Lavinia Doig and William Young were as follows:

      157      i           Margaret5 Young, born 6 Nov 1880 in 20 River Road, Forfar, Angus, Scotland.

      158      ii          William5 Young, born 1884 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 27 Jun 1904 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.

      159      iii         Lizzy Salmond5 Young, born Feb 1885 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 12 Dec 1885 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.

      160      iv         Child5 Young, born 7 Jul 1886 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 7 Jul 1886 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.

      161      v          Florence5 Young, born Oct 1887 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 12 Apr 1888 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.

      162      vi         Elizabeth Doig (Lizzie)5 Young, born 1890 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died Dec 1970 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  She married (1) in 1913 in St. Andrew, Dundee, Angus, Scotland David Moncur; (2) on 3 Apr 1918 in Salutation Hotel, Forfar, Angus, Scotland Alexander Sandilands.

      163      vii        Lavinia Doig5 Young, born 1895 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1958 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  She married on 2 Jan 1922 in Kirkton Hall, Forfar, Angus, Scotland Andrew Shepherd Jr., born 1897 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1964 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland, son of Andrew Shepherd and Catherine Duncan.   Notes: MARRIAGE: Witnesses were George Duncan Shepherd and Jessie Ann Doig Young.

      164      viii       Jessie Ann Doig5 Young, born 1898 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1983 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  She married on 20 Jun 1935 in Jarman's Hotel, Forfar, Angus, Scotland Allan Gray Petrie, born 1906 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1968 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland, son of J. Petrie.   Notes: Wedding - Forfar Dispatch, 27 June 1935: A wedding which aroused much local interest, especially in the east-toon end where the bride is very well known, took place in Jarman's Hotel on Thursday, last. The bride was Miss Jessie (Nett) A. D. Young, youngest daughter of Mr. W. Young, Kirktonbank, and the happy man was Mr. Allan G. Petrie, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Petrie, Montrose Road.

 

 

47. David4 Duncan (Ann3 Doig, Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1853/54 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland; died 3 May 1913 in 25 Dalderse Avenue, Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland.  He married in 1884 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland Janet Brown, born 1850/51 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland; died aft 1913.

 

Notes for David Duncan

      In 1901 David was an enameller residing at 25 Dalderse Avenue, Falkirk, Stirling with his wife Janet, children Annie and David, and sister-in-law Ann McAdam (married, 55 Leith). In 1912 he lived at 25 Dalderae Avenue, Grahamston, Falkirk.

     

      Witness to David's death certificate was his son David Black Duncan.

 

      Children of David Duncan and Janet Brown were as follows:

      165      i           Annie Watt Doig5 Duncan, born 1885 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland; died 1916 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland.  She married in 1915 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland Andrew Simpson.

      166      ii          David Black5 Duncan, born 1888 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland; died 1939 in Alloway, Ayr, Scotland.  He married in 1914 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland Elizabeth Forbes Gibb (Eliza) Silcock, born 1891 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland; died 1927 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland.

 

 

51. Betsy4 Fairweather (Jean (Jane)3 Doig, Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 30 Jul 1846 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland; christened 25 Sep 1846 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland; died 1923 in St. Andrew, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.  She married on 4 Dec 1868 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland John Ogilvie, born 1845/46 in Guthrie, Angus, Scotland, son of Alexander Ogilvie and Isabella Cairncross.

 

Notes for John Ogilvie

      In 1881 Alexander was a grocer's porter residing at 34 Watson Street, Dundee with his wife Betsy and son Alexander (scholar).

 

      Children of Betsy Fairweather and John Ogilvie were as follows:

+    167      i           Alexander Fairweather5 Ogilvie, born 14 Feb 1869 in St. Vigeans, Angus, Scotland; died 16 Jan 1928 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland.  He married Catherine Sandilands.

      168      ii          Isabella Fairweather5 Ogilvie, born 1884 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 1971 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.

 

 

52. Francis (Frank)4 Fairweather (Jean (Jane)3 Doig, Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 6 Oct 1848 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland; christened 26 Oct 1848 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland; died 8 Dec 1907 in Perth, Perth, Scotland.  He married on 11 Apr 1873 in St. Andrew, Dundee, Angus, Scotland Isabella Irvine Duncan, born 2 Oct 1850 in Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland; died 16 Oct 1909 in Perth, Perth, Scotland, daughter of John Duncan and Barbara Gill.

 

Notes for Isabella Irvine Duncan

      In 1901 Isabella was an engineer's wife at 33 Cairine Street, St. Vigeans, Angus with daughter Barbara.

 

      Children of Francis (Frank) Fairweather and Isabella Irvine Duncan were as follows:

      169      i           Alexander5 Fairweather, born 9 Nov 1873 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 1874 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland.

      170      ii          Frank5 Fairweather, born 1875 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 19 Feb 1940 in Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland.  He married (1) on 30 Jun 1923 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland Ann Smith, born abt 1857 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 4 Jul 1933 in Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland; (2) on 23 Apr 1938 in Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland Agnes Frew Fox, born 1880 in Barry, Angus, Scotland; died 1963 in Auchterhouse, Angus, Scotland.

+    171      iii         Barbara5 Fairweather, born 1877 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 5 Dec 1943 in Perth, Perth, Scotland.  She married Andrew Ramsey Calder.

 

 

58. David4 Fairweather (Jean (Jane)3 Doig, Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 19 Sep 1862 in Kirkden, Angus, Scotland; buried 14 Sep 1943 in Arbroath Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  He married in 1885 in Abroath, Angus, Scotland Elizabeth Smith, born 1865 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Smith

      In 1901 Elizabeth was a sawmiller's wife at 6 Dishland Street, Arbroath, Angus with children Mary, Jane, Maggie, and David.

 

      Children of David Fairweather and Elizabeth Smith were as follows:

      172      i           Mary Mason5 Fairweather, born 1886 in Abroath, Angus, Scotland.

      173      ii          Jane5 Fairweather, born 1892 in Abroath, Angus, Scotland.

      174      iii         Margaret (Maggie)5 Fairweather, born abt 1896 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.

      175      iv         David5 Fairweather, born 1898/99 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.

 

 

59. William Robertson4 Doig (David3, Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1847/48 in Glamis, Angus, Scotland; died 11 Apr 1922 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 14 Apr 1922 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  He married on 24 Feb 1871 in 18 Hannah Street, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland Elizabeth Dorward Raitt, born 18 Nov 1849 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; christened 26 Nov 1849 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 10 Mar 1924 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 12 Mar 1924 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, daughter of John Raitt and Elizabeth Dorward.

 

Notes for William Robertson Doig

      At the time of his marriage William was a bleach field worker living at 68 Howard Street, Arbroath.  In 1881 he was an overseer at a flax mill residing at 22 Hannah Street, Arbroath with his wife Elizabeth and children Margaret R., David, James D., Alexander, and Elizabeth D. Doig. In 1891 William lived in Arbroath with his wife and all his children. In 1901 William was a flax-mill foreman residing at 22 Trinity Bos Street, Arbroath with his wife Elizabeth D. and children Maggie (30), Alexander (23), Lizzie (21), William (18), Agnes A. (15), Jessie (11), and Colin (8). In 1911 he lived in Arbroath with Elizabeth and daughter Maggie.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They were married at the bride’s home.  Witnesses were Alexander Pattie and Mary Ann Raitt.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Dorward Raitt

      Elizabeth was a flax mill winder.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They were married at the bride’s home.  Witnesses were Alexander Pattie and Mary Ann Raitt.

 

      Children of William Robertson Doig and Elizabeth Dorward Raitt were as follows:

      176      i           Margaret Raitt (Maggie)5 Doig, born 24 Mar 1871 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 8 Nov 1914 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 11 Nov 1914 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.   Notes: Maggie did not marry.

+    177      ii          David5 Doig, born 27 Apr 1873 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 10 Mar 1934 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 13 Mar 1934 in Eastern Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  He married Elizabeth Christie.

+    178      iii         James Dorward5 Doig, born 22 Oct 1875 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 13 Feb 1907 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 16 Feb 1907 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  He married Mary Ann Boyle Winton.

+    179      iv         Alexander5 Doig, born 1877 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  He married Annabella Gray.

      180      v          Elizabeth Dorward (Lizzie)5 Doig, born 1879 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 27 Jan 1944 in Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland.  She married on 3 Apr 1901 in 22 Hannah Street, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland Richard Alfred Cruickshank, born 19 Jun 1878 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 29 Jul 1956 in Victoria Hospital, Kirkaldy, Fife, Scotland, son of William Craighead Cruickshank and Christian (Christina) Jack.   Notes: MARRIAGE: They were married at the bride's home. Witnesses were John Greenhill Johnston and Maggie Raitt Doig.

+    181      vi         William Robertson5 Doig, born 1882 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 28 Mar 1961 in Strathcathro Hospital, Strathcathro, Angus, Scotland.  He married Margaret Dingwall Christie Butchart.

      182      vii        Agnes Ann Robertson5 Doig, born 1885 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  She married in 1919 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland James Scott, born abt 1885 in Scotland.

+    183      viii       Jessie Robertson5 Doig, born 1888 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 12 Apr 1970 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 15 Apr 1970 in Eastern Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  She married Robert Burnett Soutar.

      184      ix         Colin Dorward5 Doig, born 1892 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 27 Jul 1914 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 29 Jul 1914 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.   Notes: Colin did not marry.

 

 

62. Mary Ann Stewart4 Doig (David3, Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1853/54 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 26 Aug 1911 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 29 Aug 1911 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  She married in 1878 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland William R. Robertson, born abt 1853 in Scotland; died bef 1897.

 

Notes for Mary Ann Stewart Doig

      In 1881 Mary is shown as married but living with her parents in St. Vigeans with her daughter Jessie. In 1911 she lived at 22 Hamilton Green, Arbroath with grandson George Suttie and a boarder.

 

Notes for William R. Robertson

      William was a railway clerk.

 

      Children of Mary Ann Stewart Doig and William R. Robertson were as follows:

+    185      i           Jessie5 Robertson, born 1878 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 18 Jan 1954 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 21 Jan 1954 in Eastern Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  She married Alexander R. Suttie.

 

 

63. Alexander4 Doig (David3, Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 14 Feb 1858 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 10 Jan 1932 in Tillicoultry, Clackmannan, Scotland; buried 13 Jan 1932 in Eastern Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  He married in 1878 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland Jessie Rough Symon, born 26 Mar 1855 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 30 May 1932 in Tillicoultry, Clackmannan, Scotland; buried 1 Jun 1932 in Eastern Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, daughter of John Symon and Elizabeth Rough.

 

Notes for Alexander Doig

      In 1881 Alexander was a journeyman iron molder residing at 9 West Mary Street, Arbroath with his wife Jessie and a boarder Lenora Lundie (age 2, Arbroath); their son David was with Alexander's parents [Note: It is not certain if David is their son.].  In 1891 and 1901 he lived in Arbroath with his wife Jessie and children Elizabeth, Alexander, and Gordon. In 1910 he lived at 52 Brechin Road, Arbroath. In 1911 he lived in Arbroath with Jessie and children Alexander, Elizabeth, and Gordon.

 

      Children of Alexander Doig and Jessie Rough Symon were as follows:

      186      i           David5 Doig, born 1880/81 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.

      187      ii          Elizabeth Anderson5 Doig, born 1883 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.

+    188      iii         Alexander5 Doig, born 28 Oct 1884 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 3 Nov 1962 in Springfield, Hampton Co., MA.  He married Helen H. Davidson.

      189      iv         Gordon Thompson5 Doig, born 1890 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  He married on 2 Dec 1919 in St. Margaret's Parish Church Manse, Abroath, Angus, Scotland Dora Sandeman, born 1888 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 22 Mar 1965 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 1 Apr 1965 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, daughter of David Davidson Sandeman and Ann Donald Weir.   Notes: Gordon's middle name on his birth registry was Thomas and on his marriage certificate Thompson. In 1919 Gordon lived in Arbroath. He was a rubber planter in Singapore.

 

 

64. Gordon Thomas4 Doig (David3, Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 30 Jan 1861 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 23 Apr 1923 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 25 Apr 1923 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  He married on 11 Sep 1889 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland Elizabeth Mill Anderson, born 23 Jan 1868 in Perth, Perth, Scotland; died 18 Mar 1945 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 21 Mar 1945 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, daughter of James Anderson and Isabella Mill.

 

Notes for Gordon Thomas Doig

      In 1901 Gordon was a tailor residing with his father at 60 Keptie Street, Forfar, with his his family. In 1911 he lived in Arbroath with Elizabeth and children David, Violet, and Allan.

 

      Children of Gordon Thomas Doig and Elizabeth Mill Anderson were as follows:

+    190      i           David Robertson5 Doig, born 9 Oct 1889 in 60 Keptic Street, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 29 Aug 1941 in Central Falls, Providence Co., RI; buried in Moshassuck Cemetery, Central Falls, Providence Co., RI.  He married (1) Annie Baird Carter; (2) Elizabeth Ann Wilkinson.

      191      ii          Gordon Thomas5 Doig, born 1890 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 10 Aug 1890 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 11 Aug 1890 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.

      192      iii         Violet Agnes Rose5 Doig, born 1893 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 12 Jun 1953 in Monifieth, Angus, Scotland; buried 16 Jun 1953 in Eastern Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  She married (1) in 1917 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland David Fleming Smith Herron, born 1892 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 2 Jun 1931 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 5 Jun 1931 in Eastern Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; (2) in 1941 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland John Lawson Shanks, born abt 1893 in Scotland.

+    193      iv         Allan Anderson5 Doig, born 1900 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 23 Apr 1967 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 26 Apr 1967 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  He married Margaret Swankie Cargill.

 

 

65. William Lowson4 Doig (Alexander3, William2, Margaret1 Smith), born 15 May 1870 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1946 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  He married on 9 Aug 1905 in Bankhead Villa, Forfar, Angus, Scotland Jessie Ann Thom, born 26 Dec 1873 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1952 in Western Cadder, Lanark, Scotland, daughter of Andrew Thom and Jean (Jane) Maxwell.

 

Notes for William Lowson Doig

      In 1901 William lived with his sister Isabella in Forfar. He was a master draper. In 1911 he was a draper at 16 North Street, Forfar with wife Jessie and sons Alexander and George.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They were married by the Rev. A. J. Gossip and the Rev. Alexander Cumming, Forfar, assisted by the Rev. J. Lindsay Robertson, Glasgow, and the Rev. William Maxwell, Newtyle (cousins of the bride).

 

Notes for Jessie Ann Thom

      MARRIAGE:

They were married by the Rev. A. J. Gossip and the Rev. Alexander Cumming, Forfar, assisted by the Rev. J. Lindsay Robertson, Glasgow, and the Rev. William Maxwell, Newtyle (cousins of the bride).

 

      Children of William Lowson Doig and Jessie Ann Thom were as follows:

+    194      i           Dr. Alexander Thom5 Doig, born 22 Apr 1906 in 16 North Street, Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1983 in Kirkintilloch, Dunbarton, Scotland.  He married Mary Bradford.

      195      ii          George William Lawson5 Doig, born 1908 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 22 Nov 1942 in KwaZulu, Natal, South Africa.  He married on 8 Jul 1937 in Inverbrothock Church, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland May Desson Keir, born 1910 in Longside, Aberdeen, Scotland, daughter of James Keir and Helen Jane (---).   Notes: George was a Lieutenant (#214650) in the 1st Bn Highland L Inf, City of Glasgow Regiment.

 

 

66. Isabella Mill (Bella)4 Doig (Alexander3, William2, Margaret1 Smith), born 22 Feb 1872 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1942 in Broughty Ferry, Angus, Scotland.  She married on 14 Jun 1905 in County Hotel, Forfar, Angus, Scotland James Fyfe Carr, born 24 Jul 1876 in Friockheim, Kirkden, Angus, Scotland; died 1955 in Dundee West, Angus, Scotland, son of John Carr and Jean Nicol (Jane) Renny.

 

Notes for Isabella Mill (Bella) Doig

      In 1891 Isabella lived with her grandfather William Lowson and her grandmother at 16 North Street, Forfar.  Isabella helped as a housekeeper. In 1901 she lived with her brother William in Forfar.

 

Notes for James Fyfe Carr

      In 1901 James was a newspaper reporter lodging at 13 Manor Street, Forfar, Angus. In 1911 he lived in Forfar with wife Isabella and son John.

 

      Children of Isabella Mill (Bella) Doig and James Fyfe Carr were as follows:

      196      i           John Alexander5 Carr, born 1906 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1982 in Larbert, Stirling, Scotland.  He married in 1946 in Lochee, Dundee, Angus, Scotland Jean Somerville.

 

 

70. Alice Gore4 Doig (James Mills3, William2, Margaret1 Smith), born 10 Oct 1872 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died Mar 1916 in Rathdown, Dublin, Ireland.  She married on 4 Feb 1893 in Roman Catholic Chapel of Aughrim Street, Dublin, Ireland Peter Joseph Carton, born 14 Jul 1851 in Dublin, Ireland; died 29 Jan 1938 in Concarrig, Foxbrook, Dublin, Ireland, son of Denis Carton and Teresa Byrne.

 

Notes for Alice Gore Doig

      In 1898 Alice lived at 5 Royal Terrace, NC Road.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Denis Carton and Louisa J. C. Doig.

 

Notes for Peter Joseph Carton

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Denis Carton and Louisa J. C. Doig.

 

      Children of Alice Gore Doig and Peter Joseph Carton were as follows:

      197      i           Petrea Alice5 Carton, born 24 Apr 1899 in Dublin North, Ireland; died 27 Jan 1953 in Weybridge, Surrey, England.  She married on 14 Jan 1920 in Church of Our Lady, Foxrock, Co. Dublin, Ireland James Ignatius Kelly, son of T. Kelly.

 

 

71. Henry Stuart (Harry Stewart)4 Doig (James Mills3, William2, Margaret1 Smith), born 27 Apr 1874 in Whitechapel, London, England; died 3 Apr 1931 in Henry VIII Cottage, Hampton Court Road, Hampton, Middlesex, England.  He married on 27 May 1896 in All Saints Church, Dublin, Ireland Susan McLean, born 24 Jan 1867 in Mount Norris, Armagh, Ireland; died Jul 1961/61 in Guildford, Surrey, England, daughter of Alexander McLean and Ann Frazer.

 

Notes for Henry Stuart (Harry Stewart) Doig

      Henry attended High School in Dublin, Ireland, and Dublin University.  He won prizes in English literature and German.  Henry was a barrister-at-law.  In 1896 he lived a 11 Leopold Street, London East. In 1897 he was a commercial traveller at 1 Charleville Terrace, Dublin, Ireland. He became editor of the Dublin Daily Express and Evening Mail, and he was the Ireland correspondent for the Daily Mail. In 1911 he lived at 87 Burrow South, Howth, Dublin with wife "Tuse", 3 children, and Esther Lambert (21). He was called to the Irish Bar in 1912.  He acted as a Special Correspondent in Ireland for the Daily Chronicle and London Daily Express.  He was a member of the Central Recruiting Council for Ireland in 1915, and he was a member of its first deputation to the trenches in Flanders.  Henry was expelled from the office of the Dublin Evening Mail by the Sinn Fein rebels, who seized it in the 1916 uprising, and held it against the military for 30 hours.

     

      In the 1911 Census Henry was a journalist and law student residing at 87 Burrow South, Howth, Dublin, Ireland with his wife "Tuse", 3 children, and servant Esther Lambert (21).

     

      Witness to Henry's death was his brother William.

     

      Obituary, "The Irish times," 6 Apr 1931.

The death of Mr. Henry Stuart Doig, the well-known journalist, took place suddenly on Saturday at his residence, Hampton Court, Middlesex. Mr. Doig was fifty-seven years of age. He had worked for many years on the "Daily Express" and "Evening Mail," Dublin, and afterwards for a time on the "Freeman's Journal." Shortly after the cessation of the "Freeman's Journal" he went to London. The wielder of a ready pen, he soon was known as a writer of signed special artcles in weekly newspapers. Mr. Doig may be said to have died in herness: last Thursday nighe he was on duty at Northcliffe House. Educated at the High School and at Trinity College, Dublin, he was a prizeman in English literature and German. Mr. Doig's comparatively early death will be regretted by his former colleagues on the Dublin Press.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Ernest Longworth and Helena Harding.

 

Notes for Susan McLean

      [She may be the Susan McClean born 24 Jan 1867 in Mount Norris, Armagh, Ireland, the daughter of Alexander McClean and Anne Frazer.]

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Ernest Longworth and Helena Harding.

 

      Children of Henry Stuart (Harry Stewart) Doig and Susan McLean were as follows:

+    198      i           Alice Edna Stuart5 Doig, born 1 Jan 1897 in Dublin, Ireland; christened 31 Mar 1897 in St. Thomas, Dublin, Ireland; died 31 Oct 1945 in 4 Goldhurst Mansions, Goldhurst Terrace, Hampstead, London, Middlesex, England.  She married Alfred Edward Burrowes.

+    199      ii          Desmond Stuart (Eddie)5 Doig, born 28 Nov 1901 in Dublin, Ireland; died 13 Jun 1985 in Tampa, Hillsborough Co., FL; buried in Garden of Memories Cemetery, Tampa, Hillsborough Co., FL.  He married Gladys Frances (---).

+    200      iii         Ronald Stuart5 Doig, born 4 Feb 1903 in Dublin, Ireland; died 13 Feb 1962 in Columbus, Franklin Co., OH.  He married Mabel Lenore Reeve.

 

 

73. Louisa Jean Campbell4 Doig (James Mills3, William2, Margaret1 Smith), born 31 Aug 1878 in Stepney, London, England.  She married on 1 Jun 1905 in All Saints Church, Dublin, Ireland Henry John Simpson, born 1879 in Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland, son of William Simpson.

 

Notes for Louisa Jean Campbell Doig

      In 1905 Louisa lived at 24 The Drive, Ilford, Sussex.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were J. Doig and J. E. Simpson.

 

Notes for Henry John Simpson

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were J. Doig and J. E. Simpson.

 

      Children of Louisa Jean Campbell Doig and Henry John Simpson were as follows:

      201      i           Doris Louise5 Simpson, born 3 Mar 1906 in Dublin, Ireland.

 

 

74. Sydney Stanford James4 Doig (James Mills3, William2, Margaret1 Smith), born Jul 1881/81 in W. Ham, England; died 7 May 1927 in Catherine Street, Waterford, Ireland.  He married (1) on 14 Jun 1902 in Calcutta, India Kate Follet Bland Carrington-Cox, born 5 Sep 1884 in Jamalpur, India; died Jan 1961/61 in Kent, England, daughter of Edwin William Carrington-Cox and Emma Isabella Floyd; (2) Mary (---).

 

Notes for Sydney Stanford James Doig

      Birth recored as Sidney James Doig.

     

      Sydney was a marine engineer.

     

      Probate: Sydney James Doig of Catherine Street, Waterford died 7 May 1927.  Administration (with Will) London 21 January to Mary Doig widow £439 4s 10d.

     

      Note: Other Sidney Stanford Doig/Doeg, age 74, died 4 Feb 1929 in Chunar, Bengal, India. See file DAVE1681.

 

Notes for Kate Follet Bland Carrington-Cox

      Katie was an army nurse.

 

      Children of Sydney Stanford James Doig and Kate Follet Bland Carrington-Cox were as follows:

      202      i           Dorothy Isabel5 Doig, born 29 Mar 1903 in Fort William, Bengal, India; christened 17 May 1903 in Fort William, Bengal, India; died 14 Nov 1969 in Bexley, Greater London, England.  She married on 8 Jun 1925 in Patan, Bengal, India William Michel Parry, born 1895/96.

      203      ii          Kathleen Clemence5 Doig, born 28 Oct 1906 in Calcutta, Bengal, India; christened 9 Dec 1906 in Fort William, Bengal, India; died 26 Jun 1980 in Bexley, Greater London, England.  She married on 8 Jan 1941 in Christ Church, Lucknow, India Duncan Egerton Rawkins, born 7 Jul 1910; died Sep 1977 in Bexley, Greater London, England.

      204      iii         Margery Alice Irene (Marjorie)5 Doig, born 7 Feb 1908 in Fort William, Bengal, India; christened 8 Mar 1908 in Fort William, Bengal, India; died 18 Nov 1999 in Bexley, Greater London, England.  She married in Sep 1933 in Chelsea, London, Middlesex, England James Gibson Reekie, born abt 1907; died 7 Dec 1972 in 212 St Andrews Road, Epsom, Waitakere, Auckland, New Zealand.

+    205      iv         Hazel Stella5 Doig, born 1910/11 in Calcutta, Bengal, India; died 2 Feb 1964 in Sidcup, Kent, England.  She married Alfred Charles Tunn.

      206      v          Lt. Col. Stanford Edwin5 Doig, born 5 Jan 1912 in Calcutta, Bengal, India; died 2 Nov 2008 in Sidcup, Kent, England.   Notes: Pensioner shares Army memories, 10:22am Tuesday 25th March 2008 Comments Have your say »      After a distinguished career in the Army, Stanford Doig was made an OBE. He talks to CLAIRE BURKE about serving in India under the Raj, fleeing Dunkirk during the Second World War and meeting Mother Teresa.      Stanford Doig was born in a town near Calcutta in India. His parents were first generation settlers and, as a boy, he attended a school in the Himalayas.      While working in a "soul-destroying" job on the East Indian Railway, he heard the British Army was looking for young men with an engineering background and decided to join up.      In December 1937, Mr Doig, who now lives in Abbotsleigh Mews Residential and Nursing Home, Sidcup, sailed from Bombay in the troopship Dunera, spending sleepless nights in an uncomfortable hammock.      After arriving at Woolwich Barracks, he enrolled with the British Army and worked his way up to Armament Artificer, a skilled technician, with the rank of staff sergeant.      When the Second World War broke out his unit sailed to France to repair broken down tanks, but they were soon on the run from the advancing Germans. As they made their way to Dunkirk, they came under attack by Luftwaffe bombers. They were among thousands of Allied troops being evacuated from the beaches, and he was rescued by a small yacht who took him back to Margate in England. Mr Doig, 96, who has four brothers and four sisters, said: "We were very lucky to have got away, really. Bombs were falling all around us. We were scrabbling in the sea to get into the boats." In 1941, he was sent to Iraq where the 10th Indian Army was reinstating a pro-Allies Regent who had been deposed. After being posted back to India, he was commissioned as 2nd Lieutenant in the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (REME), and was appointed to New Delhi where he worked at the Directorate of Mechanical Engineering.      His mother was matron of the Silver Jubilee Tuberculosis Hospital in nearby Old Delhi.      Around this time, the Quit India Campaign, demanding independence from Britain, was becoming increasingly belligerent.      Mr Doig was on leave in England when reign of the British Raj ended in 1947. Violence flared between Muslims and Hindus, with people slaughtered in the streets. In his book, Hither, Thither, Then and Now, published in 2002, he wrote how a radio broadcast "reported all hell had broken out in the sub-continent. I was lucky to have missed the worst of it." In June 1955, a letter dropped through the letter box of his home, in Barton Road, Sidcup, summoning him to Buckingham Palace to receive an OBE for his services to the REME. He said: "I was called up to the stage and presented with a medal. I was very excited. Queen Elizabeth pinned it on my shoulder and said a few words about India. I felt it deserved a response but all I could manage was a glug from deep down in my throat." When he and his sister, Mars, visited his brother, Desmond, an artist, in Calcutta in 1977, they had tea with Mother Teresa, who Desmond was writing a book about. Afterwards she asked them to pray. Mr Doig said: "She was a very sweet person. She said Now let's talk to Jesus'. She sank to her knees with the consummate grace born of years of practice." ------------------------------- Lt Col Stanford E Doig Keith Rawkins and Sue Hobbs The Guardian, Tuesday 17 February 2009 Lt Col Stanford E Doig has died aged 96      Lt Col Stanford E Doig joined the army in 1937 Photograph: Sue Hobbs      Our uncle, Stanford Doig, who has died aged 96, was the quintessential English gentleman. Charming, courteous, a prince of etiquette, he was dapper and proud and had many stories to tell. A number of them he recounted in his book Hither, Thither, Then & Now (2002), a collection of his contributions to the parish magazine of St James's church, North Cray, in Kent, and to the magazine of the Royal Corps of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, the corps in which he served for 15 of the 21 years that he spent in the British army.      He was born in India, the eldest of eight children, and attended school in the Himalayas before beginning an indentured apprenticeship in steam engineering at the East Indian Railway's locomotive workshops in Jamalpur. At the same time, he studied commercial art via a correspondence course. In 1935 he qualified as a fitter-inspector at the EIR sheds in Cawnpore (now Kanpur). He joined the army in the autumn of 1937, when he heard they were looking for young men with an engineering background, and was formally enrolled at Woolwich barracks.      He always took his responsibilities seriously and, in 1946, bought a bungalow in Kent for his mother's retirement. She had been the matron of a TB hospital in India. Her husband, who was 30 years older, predeceased her. When Stanford retired from the army in 1958 and went to live there himself, he transformed the garden into a source of joy for all visitors.      Uncle Stan had an insatiable love of life and was just as enthusiastic in extolling the beauty of a favourite poem, such as Kipling's If, as he was sitting on his favourite garden bench and appreciating the beauty of an English summer's day. He said that in his 36 years of retirement, he never had a moment of boredom.      He is survived by 10 nephews and nieces.

      207      vi         Ronald5 Doig, born abt 1915 in India.

      208      vii        Mars5 Doig, born abt 1917 in India.

      209      viii       John5 Doig, born abt 1919 in India; died 25 May 1919 in Calcutta, Bengal, India; buried 27 May 1919 in Calcutta, Bengal, India.

      210      ix         Desmond5 Doig, born 17 Aug 1921 in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India; died 13 Oct 1983 in Katmandu, Nepal.   Notes: Desmond received the equivalent of an American high school diploma in Kurseong, India. He served in the Indian Army from 1939 to 1947 in the Fifth Royal Gurkha Rifles of Nepal.  He became captain and received the Africa Star and Italy Star. Career: 1948-67, artist, writer, asstant editor and correspondent to "The Statesman," an English-language daily in Calcutta, India.  From 1967, editor of "JS," a fortnightly magazine for young people.  Notable assignments include in 1959, the first reporting from Nepal, Bhutan, and Nagaland, the flight of the Dalai Lama into India; in 1962, the Indo-Chinese War; in 1964, the assassination of Bhutanese prime minister, Jigme Dorji, and the execution of the assassins; the crusades of Mother Teresa.  In 1971 Desmond became Director of Nachiketa Publications. Desmond spoke fluent Nepalese and Sherpa.  He accompanied Sir Edmund Hillary on several expeditions; the articles were syndicated by "Opera Munda" in 1960-3.  He was a contributor to National Geographic, Time, Life, and to newspapers. Desmond did not marry. He lived with Frank Baines for several years in the early 1950s. Publications: Doig, Desmond, Calcutta, An Artist's Impression, (The Statesman, Ltd., 1970). [Self illustrated] Doig, Desmond, & Perrin, Jean, Sikkim, (Pietro Mele, 1971). Doig, Desmond, & Hillary, Sir Edmund, High in the Thin, Cold Air, (Doubleday, 1972). Doig, Desmond, Once Upon a Time, Many Moons Ago, (India: Dunlop, 1974). Doig, Desmond, Mother Teresa: Her People and Her Work, (Harper, 1976). [Illustrated with others]

Desmond Doig

 

Press conference of Sir Edmund Hillary's 1960 Himalayan expedition to search for the legendary Yeti. Shown at the conference are:

Marlin Perkins, zoologist and director of the Lincoln Park Zoo; Sir Edmund Hillary; Khumjo Chumbi, a Sherpa guide; and

Desmond Doig, official correspondent for World Book. A skull is on the table.

 

 

75. John Douglas4 Doig (John Stewart3, William2, Margaret1 Smith), born Apr 1879/79 in Limehouse (Stepney), Middlesex, England; died 25 Jul 1963 in Malden, Essex, England.  He married in Jul 1912/12 in Malden, Essex, England Christina Clark, born 1887/88 in England; died 4 Jun 1967 in St Peters Hospital, Malden, Essex, Scotland.

 

Notes for John Douglas Doig

      John departed Yokahama, Japan on the ship "Asama Maru" and arrived 8 May 1939 at San Francisco, CA; he was listed on the staff of N.Y.K., London.

     

      John Douglas Doig of Myrtle Cottage Heybridge Basin, Maldon, Essex died 25 July 1963.  Probate Ipswich 27 August to Kathleen Helen Keris & Sheila Jane Wakelin widows.  Effects £2534 3s.

 

Notes for Christina Clark

      Christina Doig of Myrtle Cottage Heybridge Basin Maldon Essex (wife of John Douglas Doig) died 4 June 1957 at St Peters Hospital Maldon.  Admin Ipswich 11 July to said John Douglas Doig retired shipping company sub-manager.  Effects £2606 14s 11d.

 

      Children of John Douglas Doig and Christina Clark were as follows:

      211      i           Kathleen Helen5 Doig, born 4 Dec 1912 in Romford, Essex, England; died Jan 1996 in Wandsworth, London, England.  She married in Jan 1940/40 in Romford, Essex, England Leslie William Kevis, born 2 Oct 1913 in Croyden, Surrey, England; died 7 Mar 1942 in Torpedoed off Newfoundland, Canada, son of William H. Kevis and Margaret D. Knight.

      212      ii          Sheila Jane5 Doig, born Jul 1920/20 in West Derby, England; died 2003 in Maldon, Essex, England.  She married in Jul 1951/51 in Malden, Essex, England William Edward Wakelin, born Jan 1905/05 in Great Totham, Essex, England; died 5 Jun 1955 in Draper's Farm, Heybridge, Essex, England, son of William Frederick Wakelin and Natalie Violet Mary (---).

 

 

76. Edward Napier4 Doig (John Stewart3, William2, Margaret1 Smith), born Jan 1882/82 in Mile End, London, England; christened 11 Jun 1882 in St. Thomas, Stepney, London, England; died 17 Oct 1973 in Queensland, Australia.  He married on 11 Nov 1933 in Queensland, Australia Elsie (Elcy) Andrews, born 16 Sep 1892 in Queensland, Australia; died 10 Sep 1959 in Queensland, Australia, daughter of James Andrews and Margaret Rutherford.

 

Notes for Edward Napier Doig

      In 1914 Edward was an engineer at 277 Richardson Street, Middle Park, Fawkner, Victoria, Australia. In 1925 he was a fitter at Kalamina, Ayr, Herbert, Queensland. In 1937, 1949, and 1854 he was an engineer at 33 Dornoch Tee, South Brisbane, Kurilpa, Griffith, Queensland with wife Elsie.

 

      Children of Edward Napier Doig and Elsie (Elcy) Andrews were as follows:

      213      i           Frances Helen5 Doig.

      214      ii          Stewart5 Doig.

      215      iii         Ernest5 Doig.

      216      iv         John Douglas5 Doig.

 

 

77. Ernest James4 Doig (John Stewart3, William2, Margaret1 Smith), born 20 Dec 1885 in Mile End, London, England; christened 14 May 1893 in Stepney St. Thomas, Tower Hamlets, Kent, England; died 11 Sep 1962 in Sandringham, Victoria, Australia.  He married in 1920 in Victoria, Ausralia Winifred Colquhoun Barbour, born 1892 in Stanley, Victoria, Australia; died 14 Sep 1962 in Sandringham, Victoria, Australia, daughter of William Barbour and Mary Colquhoun.

 

Notes for Ernest James Doig

      Ernest, and Engineer departed Sydney on the "Comorin" with wife Winifred and children Margaret and Ian; they arrived in London on 1 Nov 1929 enroute to 37 Courtland Avenue, Ilford, Essex. They departed London on the "Mooltan" on 27 June 1930 enroute to Sydney.

 

      Children of Ernest James Doig and Winifred Colquhoun Barbour were as follows:

      217      i           Margaret Mary5 Doig, born 1924/25 in Australia.

      218      ii          Ian Douglas5 Doig, born 18 Jan 1928 in Australia; died 23 Jun 2003 in Australia.  He married Dorothy Joan Crowle, born 1 May 1927 in Queanbeyan, ACT, Australia; died 21 Nov 2009 in Melbourne, Australia, daughter of Stanley Vernon Crowle and Muriel Nancy Naylor.

 

 

78. Stewart4 Doig (John Stewart3, William2, Margaret1 Smith), born Jan 1888/88 in Mile End, London, England; died 3 Aug 1982 in Frankston, Victoria, Australia.  He married in 1919 in Victoria, Ausralia Hilda Marion Davies, born 1893 in Richmond, Victoria, Australia; died 1982 in Frankston, Victoria, Australia, daughter of Ellis Davies and Jane Ann White.

 

Notes for Hilda Marion Davies

      Hilda and daughter Rith departed departed from England on 28 Nov 1939 on the "Strathnaver" bound for Sydney, Australia; they had last resided at Duntober, 39, Battlefield Road, St. Albans.

 

      Children of Stewart Doig and Hilda Marion Davies were as follows:

      219      i           Stewart Maxwell5 Doig, born 20 Oct 1920 in Newington Private Hospital, Sandringham, Victoria, Australia; died 10 Jun 1996 in Carrum, Victoria, Australia.  He married Joan Margaret (---).   Notes: Stewart was an engineer.

      220      ii          Rith5 Doig, born 1928/29 in Australia.

 

 

80. Charles Peebles4 Doig (David Douglas3, William2, Margaret1 Smith), born 5 Aug 1878 in 25 Temple Lane, St. Peter, Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 12 Nov 1956 in Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.  He married on 20 Jun 1919 in Blackfriars Parish Church, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland Elizabeth MacPherson Robertson, born 1 Jun 1893 in St. Mary, Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 24 Feb 1974 in Martha Street, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland, daughter of Archibald Robertson and Mary Robertson.

 

Notes for Charles Peebles Doig

      Charles was a commercial traveller. He was a tenor singer.

 

      Children of Charles Peebles Doig and Elizabeth MacPherson Robertson were as follows:

+    221      i           Gordon Gibson5 Doig, born 12 Sep 1920 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; died 22 Jun 1982 in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland.  He married Helen Pirrie Wylie.

+    222      ii          Douglas Archibald Robertson5 Doig, born 28 Apr 1923 in Cathcart, Lanark, Scotland; died 16 Aug 2001 in Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.  He married Irene Johnston McDonald.

 

Generation 5

 

88. Ann Hamilton (Annie)5 Doig (James4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born Oct 1862/62 in Whitechapel, London, England; died 19 Jul 1942 in 42 Chandos Road, Ampthill, Bedford, England.  She married in Jul 1891/91 in Mile End, London, England Alfred Edward Newbury, born Jul 1865/65 in Chelmsford, Essex, England; died 27 Mar 1932 in Springfield, 64 Wellesley Road, Romford RD, Essex, England, son of Alfred Newbury and Mary Sophia Drake.

 

Notes for Alfred Edward Newbury

      In 1901 Alfred was a clerk for an export provisioner at "Springfield", Illfor, Essex, England with wife Annie and 4 children. In 1911 he was as sub manager for a provison and export merchant in Ilford with wife Annie, 3 sons, and a servant.

 

      Children of Ann Hamilton (Annie) Doig and Alfred Edward Newbury were as follows:

+    223      i           Alfred Donald6 Newbury, born 20 Nov 1892 in Mile End, London, England; christened 1 Jan 1893 in Wycliffe Congregational Church, Towers Hamlet, London, England; died 5 Mar 1956 in The First House, Riverwoods, Marlow, Buckingham, England.  He married Doris May Thompson.

+    224      ii          Harold Bruce6 Newbury, born 20 Apr 1894 in Mile End, London, England; died Jun 1962 in Hackney Hospital, Hackney, London, England.  He married Elsie Andrew.

      225      iii         Charles Hamilton6 Newbury, born Apr 1896/96 in Mile End, London, England; died 2 Nov 1917 in Palestine.

      226      iv         Helen Mary (Nell)6 Newbury, born Jan 1899/99 in Mile End, London, England; died Oct 1906/06 in Romford, Essex, England.

 

 

89. Albert Bruce5 Doig (James4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 15 Jun 1864 in Whitechapel, London, England; died 4 Jan 1946 in Wellhouse Lane Hospital, Barnet, Hertford, England.  He married in Oct 1892/92 in Mile End, London, England Margaret Miller Kingston, born 16 Jun 1863 in Stepney, London, England; died 21 Mar 1919 in St. Thomas Hospital, Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth, Surrey, England, daughter of John Kingston and Catherine Wilson (Kate) Brechin.

 

Notes for Albert Bruce Doig

      In 1901 and 1911 Albert was a baker in Whitechapel, London with his wife Margaret and children James, Douglas, and Allan.

     

      An Indenture dated 1 Oct 1906 between Elizabeth Susannah Dowley and Albert Bruce Doig was for the lease for 75 years of the shop and bakery at 186 Whitechapel Road at 90 pounds annual rent.

     

      Probate: Albert Bruce Doig of 8 White Hill Ayot Hertfordshire died 4 January 1946 at Wellhouse Lane Hospital Barnet Hertfordshire. Probate London 26 June to James Bruce Doig traveller & Douglas Howard Doig captain Royal Navy.  Effects £2142 17s 2d.

 

Notes for Margaret Miller Kingston

      Probate: Margaret Miller Doig of 185 Whitechapel Road, Middlesex (wife of Albert Bruce Doig) died 21 March 1919 at St Thomas's Hospital Surrey. Administration London 23 April to said Albert Bruce Doig master baker.  Effects GBP 363 6s 6d.

 

      Children of Albert Bruce Doig and Margaret Miller Kingston were as follows:

+    227      i           James Bruce6 Doig, born 8 Jun 1896 in Whitechapel, London, England; died 6 Aug 1950 in 2 Laleham Road, Margate, Kent, England.  He married Ellen (Nellie) Bury.

+    228      ii          Douglas Howard6 Doig, born 1 Jul 1899 in Whitechapel, London, England; died 15 Oct 1984 in Field House, 2 Castle Avenue, Warblington, Havant, Hampshire, England.  He married Phyllis Margaret Dancy.

+    229      iii         Alan John6 Doig, born 1 Feb 1901 in Whitechapel, London, England; died 4 May 1981 in 28 Westcoombe Avenue, Merton, Surrey, England.  He married (1) Jessie Ericson; (2) Janet Ogle.

 

 

93. Priscilla Margaret (Dids)5 Doig (James4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 20 Oct 1874 in Whitechapel, London, England; died Apr 1958/58 in Margate, Kent, England.  She married in Oct 1898/98 in Mile End, London, England Edward Louis (Ted) Lloyd, born 16 Oct 1870 in Whitechapel, London, England; died 1944 in Ilminster, Somerset, England.

 

Notes for Priscilla Margaret (Dids) Doig

      Priscilla worked in the bakery on Main Street in Whitechapel. Later she and her sister Helen ran a boarding house in Margate, Kent.

     

      Priscilla had a grandson (?) Rex who was the Dean of either Westminister or St. Paul’s in London.

 

Notes for Edward Louis (Ted) Lloyd

      In 1901 Edward was a wash and laundry proprietor in London with his wife Priscilla and son Leonard.

 

      Children of Priscilla Margaret (Dids) Doig and Edward Louis (Ted) Lloyd were as follows:

      230      i           Leonard Neville6 Lloyd, born Oct 1898/98 in Mile End, London, England; died 1918 in WWI.

+    231      ii          Edward Charington6 Lloyd, born Oct 1903/03 in Romford, Essex, England; died 1979 in England.  He married Beryl Frederica Kate Purser.

+    232      iii         Margaret Louise6 Lloyd, born 30 May 1908 in Mile End, Essex, England; died 1947 in England.  She married Gerald Richard (Chubb) Budge.

 

 

96. Charles James5 Ellis (Hamilton4 Doig, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 24 Sep 1865 in Islington, Middlesex, England; died Mar 1948 in Salford, Lancashire, England.  He married on 19 Jul 1899 in The Parish Church, Pendleton, St Thomas, Lancashire, England Amy Jane Toothill, born 31 Mar 1868 in Manchester, Lancashire, England; died Jul 1955/55 in Salford, Lancashire, England, daughter of Ellis Toothill.

 

Notes for Charles James Ellis

      In1911 Charles commercial traveller at 60 Bolton Road, Pendleton, Lancashire with wife Amy and daughter Kathleen.

 

      Children of Charles James Ellis and Amy Jane Toothill were as follows:

      233      i           Jane Kathleen6 Ellis, born 20 Nov 1903 in Pendleton, Lancashire, England.

 

 

100. John5 Doig (John4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 11 Dec 1864 in Holborn, London, England; christened 15 Jan 1865 in St. Andrew, Holborn, London, England; died Jan 1945/45 in Brentford, Middlesex, England.  He married in Apr 1906/06 in Bosmere, Suffolk, England Eva Caroline Hammond, born 12 Oct 1881 in Claydon (Bosmere), Suffolk, England; died Oct 1961/61 in Middlesex, England, daughter of Joseph Hammond and Caroline Lofts.

 

Notes for John Doig

      In 1881 John was a baker living with his father and grandmother in St. George, London. In 1911 he was an electrician at 21 Wilkie Bldgs, Westminster, St. George, London with wife Eva and son John.  In 1939 he was a bakery table hand at 51 Hogarth Buildings, Westminster, London with wife Eva and son Bruce (metalliurgical chemist).

 

Notes for Eva Caroline Hammond

      In 1901 Eva was an elememtary school teacher at Station Road, Claydon, Suffolk with her mother Caroline and brother Sydney.

 

      Children of John Doig and Eva Caroline Hammond were as follows:

+    234      i           John Stuart6 Doig, born 1 Jul 1907 in Claydon (Bosmere), Suffolk, England; died 30 Nov 1968 in Wellington Road Hounslow, Middlesex, England.  He married (1) Kathleen Gillett; (2) Helen Elizabeth Browning.

      235      ii          Bruce D.6 Doig, born 25 Jul 1916 in Lambeth, London, England.  He married in Oct 1945/45 in Brentford, Middlesex, England Doreen Constance Favelle, born 18 Jul 1923 in Lambeth, Surrey, England; died Jul 1991 in Hastings and Rother, East Sussex, England, daughter of Kathleen Hood.

 

 

104. Hamilton Doig5 Belcher (Margaret4 Doig, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 21 Dec 1865 in Holborn, Middlesex, London, England; died 28 Feb 1947 in Ontario, Canada.  She married on 14 Dec 1890 in York, Ontario, Canada Alfred Aldridge, born 29 Apr 1864 in Lambeth, Surrey, England; died 21 Jan 1911 in 24 Sparkhall Avenue, York, Ontario, Canada, son of Nathaniel Aldridge and Johanna Kennedy.

 

Notes for Alfred Aldridge

      In 1911 Alfred lived in Toronto, Ontario, Canada with wife Hamilton and daughter Amy.

 

      Children of Hamilton Doig Belcher and Alfred Aldridge were as follows:

+    236      i           Amy6 Aldridge, born 29 Aug 1891 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada; died 18 Dec 1964 in Ontario, Canada.  She married William Earl James.

 

 

105. Margaret Jean5 Belcher (Margaret4 Doig, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 13 Jun 1868 in Hackney, Middlesex, England.  She married on 26 Apr 1892 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada Ernest Ford Crossland, born 1867 in Ontario, Canada, son of James Crossland and Martha Ann Binns.

 

      Children of Margaret Jean Belcher and Ernest Ford Crossland were as follows:

+    237      i           Roselie Isabel6 Crossland, born 4 Jul 1893 in Ontario, Canada.  She married Percy Douglas Orr.

 

 

106. Edmund John James (Edmond)5 Belcher (Margaret4 Doig, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born Jul 1870/70 in St. Andrew, Middlesex, England; died 30 Aug 1942 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI.  He married on 9 Sep 1895 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI Amelia (Millie, Emelie) Ruppel, born 2 Nov 1873 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI; died 11 Feb 1944 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI.

 

Notes for Edmund John James (Edmond) Belcher

      In 1910 Edmund was a state railway electrician at 990 4th Avenue, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY with wife Emelie and son Thomas.

 

      Children of Edmund John James (Edmond) Belcher and Amelia (Millie, Emelie) Ruppel were as follows:

+    238      i           Thomas Henry6 Belcher, born 23 Mar 1907 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; died 19 Mar 1975 in Boca Raton, Palm Beach Co., FL.  He married Lucille Trudeau.

 

 

107. Mary5 Doig (Stewart (Stuart)4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 9 Mar 1872 in Whitechapel, London, England; died Sep 1954 in Hailsham, Sussex, England.  She married on 28 Aug 1904 in St. Mary, Dalston, Hackney, London, England Ebenezer Sargeant, born 29 Aug 1874 in Lakenheath, Suffolk, England; died 6 Nov 1957 in St. Helen's Hospital, Hastings, Sussex, England, son of Samuel Sargeant and Betsy Eusden.

 

Notes for Mary Doig

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were David Walker Sargeant & Jessie Doig.

 

Notes for Ebenezer Sargeant

      Ebenezer was a cheese monger. In 1911 he was a shop assistant in Horsham, Sussex with wife Mary and sons Eric and Sydney. In 1939 he was a shop assistant in Lewes, Sussex with Mary and children Sydney (garage hand) and Mary (barmaid).

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were David Walker Sargeant & Jessie Doig.

 

      Children of Mary Doig and Ebenezer Sargeant were as follows:

      239      i           Eric Stuart McKenzie6 Sargeant, born 14 Jun 1905 in Hackney, Middlesex, England; died May 1991 in Surrey South-Eastern, Surrey, England.  He married in Jan 1938 in Brighton, Sussex, England Grace Rosalie Galyer, born 6 Feb 1915 in Croydon, Surrey, England; died Nov 2001 in Surrey, England, daughter of John Mason Galyer and Rosina Helen Miles.   Notes: In 1939 Eric was a coach builder in Richmond, Surrey with wife Grace.

      240      ii          Sydney Bruce6 Sargeant, born 30 May 1910 in Marylebone, London, England; died Dec 1986 in Eastbourne, East Sussex, England.

      241      iii         Mary B.6 Sargeant, born 20 Jan 1912 in Horsham, Sussex, England.  She married in Oct 1940/40 in Worthing, Sussex, England Ernest J. E. Ludin.

 

 

110. Stuart Andrew Livingstone5 Doig (Stewart (Stuart)4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 29 Jan 1876 in Whitechapel, London, England; died 31 Dec 1944 in Battersea General Hospital, Battersea, Surrey, England.  He married on 21 May 1916 in Wandsworth, London, England Ellen Bishop, born 1882/83 in England; died Apr 1920/20 in Lambeth, London, England, daughter of Charles Bishop.

 

Notes for Stuart Andrew Livingstone Doig

      In 1939 Stuart and his sister Jean lived in Battersea, London.

     

      Probate: Stuart Andrew Livingstone Doig otherwise Stuart Andrew otherwise Stuart of 295 Queenstown Road Battersea London S.W. 8 died 31 December 1944 on way to Battersea General Hospital London S.W. 11.  Administration Llandudno 7 March to Ian Hamilton Doig scaffolder.  Effects £145 4s 5d.

 

      Children of Stuart Andrew Livingstone Doig and Ellen Bishop were as follows:

+    242      i           Ian Hamilton6 Doig, born 1 Mar 1920 in Wandsworth, London, England; died Jan 1978/78 in Lambeth, London, England.  He married Florence G. White.

 

 

111. Bruce Edwin5 Doig (Stewart (Stuart)4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 4 Apr 1877 in Whitechapel, London, England; died 11 Mar 1959 in Middlesex S, England.  He married in Apr 1911/11 in Lambeth, London, England Blanche May (Margaret) Reynolds, born 20 Feb 1885 in St. Pancras, London, England; died Apr 1972/72 in Surry North, England, daughter of George Thomas Reynolds and Elizabeth Emma Harrison.

 

Notes for Bruce Edwin Doig

      Bruce was a seaman.

 

      Children of Bruce Edwin Doig and Blanche May (Margaret) Reynolds were as follows:

+    243      i           Edward Donald S.6 Doig, born 5 Oct 1911 in Lambeth, London, England; died 6 Oct 1981 in Surrey North, Surrey, England.  He married Elizabeth Maud Upton.

      244      ii          Blanche Elsa6 Doig, born 22 Dec 1913 in Lambeth, Surrey, England; died Sep 1979 in Surrey North, Surrey, England.

 

 

113. Allan Wallace5 Doig (Stewart (Stuart)4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 7 Jan 1881 in Mile End, London, England; died Jan 1926/26 in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England.  He married on 14 Jul 1908 in Croydon, Surrey, England Alice Caroline Astington, born 17 Mar 1872 in Croydon, Surrey, England; died 8 May 1954 in 7 Westbury Road, Penge, London, England, daughter of Richard Astington and Ann Caroline Neill.

 

Notes for Allan Wallace Doig

      In 1911 Allan lived in Godstone, Surrey with his wife Alice and daughter Norah.

 

Notes for Alice Caroline Astington

      Probate: Alice Caroline Doig of Church Farm House Frampton on Severn Gloucestershire widow died 8 May 1954 at 7 Westbury Road Penge London SE20.  Admin (with Will) London 28 June to Norah Alice Vatcher married woman & Allen Stuart Doig certified accountant.  Effects £377 1s 11d.

 

      Children of Allan Wallace Doig and Alice Caroline Astington were as follows:

+    245      i           Norah Alice6 Doig, born 27 Sep 1909 in Croydon, Surrey, England; died Mar 1972 in Tiverton, Devon, England.  She married William Francis Henry Vatcher.

+    246      ii          Allan Stuart6 Doig, born 11 May 1911 in Godstone, Surrey, England; christened 25 Jun 1911 in St. John, Croydon, Surrey, England; died 9 Feb 1976 in 26 Long Lane, Aughton, Ormskirk, Lancashire, England.  He married May Constance Fisher.

+    247      iii         Jean Ella6 Doig, born 30 Jan 1915 in Midhurst, Sussex, England; died Mar 1998 in Stafford, Staffordshire, England.  She married Cornelius W. Sullivan.

 

 

118. William John George5 Pightling (Mary4 Doig, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 17 Jun 1879 in Islington (Holborn), London, England; died 3 Mar 1960 in 3 St. Ann's Road, Southend on Sea, Essex, England.  He married in Apr 1908/08 in Brighton, East Sussex, England Mabel Clara Allen, born Jan 1885/85 in Brighton, East Sussex, England; died 14 Jan 1958 in 27 Borough Street, Brighton, Sussex, England, daughter of Edward William Allen and Rosina Anne Sargeant.

 

Notes for William John George Pightling

      In 1901 William was an unmarried trooper with the Harlech Castle District Vessels, Hampshire.

 

      Children of William John George Pightling and Mabel Clara Allen were as follows:

+    248      i           Bernard William Stuart6 Pightling, born 16 Mar 1909 in Bristol, Gloucester, England; died Sep 1989 in Greenwich, London, England.  He married Kathleen Mary Spring.

      249      ii          May M.6 Pightling, born Apr 1912/12 in Bristol, Gloucester, England; died Oct 1912 in Bristol, Gloucester, England.

      250      iii         Audrey M.6 Pightling, born 20 Nov 1916 in Marylebone, London, England.  She married (1) in Apr 1942/42 in Edmonton, Middlesex, England Richard W. Wangford; (2) in Aug 1954 in Hackney, London, England Ernest J. Shipp.

+    251      iv         Harold J.6 Pightling, born 20 Jan 1923 in Edmondton, Middlesex, England.  He married Beryl M. Read.

 

 

119. Hamilton Margaret5 Pightling (Mary4 Doig, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born Oct 1880/80 in Islington, London, England; died 2 Oct 1940 in Edmondton, Middlesex, England.  She married in Jul 1915/15 in Edmondton, Middlesex, England Milton Victor Staniforth, born Jul 1886/86 in Camberwell, England; died 2 Oct 1940 in Edmondton, Middlesex, England, son of Thomas W. Staniforth and Hannah (---).

 

Notes for Hamilton Margaret Pightling

      Hamilton and husband Milton are listed as civilian war deaths.

 

      Children of Hamilton Margaret Pightling and Milton Victor Staniforth were as follows:

      252      i           Margaret Sylvia6 Staniforth, born 20 Sep 1916 in Edmondton, Middlesex, England; died Jun 1937 in Shoreditch, London, England.

      253      ii          Kenneth William Victor6 Staniforth, born 30 Jan 1919 in Edmondton, Middlesex, England; died 4 Jan 1991 in 336, Staines Road East, Sunbury on Thames, Hounslow, Surrey, England.  He married in Jul 1949/49 in Wood Green, England Doris M. Guimer.

+    254      iii         Phyllis M.6 Staniforth, born 13 May 1921 in Edmondton, Middlesex, England; died 7 Jun 1993 in Horwich, Lancashire, England.  She married (1) John Bromiley; (2) Robert L. Marsh.

 

 

120. Abe Garnet5 Pightling (Mary4 Doig, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 15 Sep 1882 in Islington (Holborn), London, England; died Mar 1970 in Sutton, Greater London, England.  He married on 29 Jun 1907 in St Phillip, Dalston, Hackney, Middlesex, England Henrietta Fanny Neaves, born 10 Sep 1880 in Edmonton, Middlesex, England; died 11 May 1958 in St Joseph's Hospice, Mare Street, London E8, England, daughter of Henry Neaves and Fanny (---).

 

      Children of Abe Garnet Pightling and Henrietta Fanny Neaves were as follows:

+    255      i           Garnet Conway6 Pightling, born 15 May 1909 in Edmonton, Middlesex, England; died Nov 2005 in Kent, England.  He married Sylvia M. Alexander.

      256      ii          Margery Lilian Mary6 Pightling, born 19 Aug 1911 in Dalston, London, England.

 

 

122. Mary Doig Irene5 Pightling (Mary4 Doig, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 18 Nov 1888 in Hornsey (Edmondton), Middlesex, England; died 16 Apr 1925 in Edmonton, Middlesex, England.  She married on 3 Oct 1908 in Hornsey Parish Church, Hornsey (Edmondton), Middlesex, England Albert Leonard Harvey, born 11 Aug 1883 in Hoxton (Shoreditch), London, England; died 18 Oct 1918 in Le Havre, Manche, Basse-Normandie, France, son of Julian Leonard Harvey and Harriet Merry.

 

Notes for Mary Doig Irene Pightling

      MARRIAGE:

Witness was Hamilton Margaret Pightling.

 

Notes for Albert Leonard Harvey

      Link to parents uncertan as another Albert Leonard Harvey born Oct/Dec 1888 in Romford, Essex.

     

      Albert Leonard died of influenza in 1918 at Le Havre while waiting for embarkation to return to Britain.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witness was Hamilton Margaret Pightling.

 

      Children of Mary Doig Irene Pightling and Albert Leonard Harvey were as follows:

+    257      i           Irene Mary Margaret6 Harvey, born 11 Mar 1910 in Yarmouth, Norfolk, England; died 30 Jul 1995 in Muswell Hill, London, England.  She married Geoffrey Norman Barrenger.

      258      ii          Peggy Kathleen6 Harvey, born 10 Nov 1915 in Hornsey, Middlesex, England; died 18 Jun 1985 in 1 Valette Court, St James' Lane London N10 Hornsey, London, London, England.   Notes: Irene lived for about 40 years in Toronto, Canada. She did not marry.

      259      iii         Stuart A.6 Harvey, born 10 Nov 1915 in Edmonton, Middlesex, England; died Oct 1916/16 in Edmonton, Middlesex, England.

 

 

127. John Ferrier5 Doig (John4, Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 14 Jan 1874 in 5 River Street, Brechin, Angus, Scotland; died 8 May 1957 in Invergowrie, Angus, Scotland.  He married on 31 Dec 1895 in 93 River Street, Brechin, Angus, Scotland Ann Laing, born 29 Jan 1875 in Drumgeith, Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 21 Aug 1950 in Royal Infirmary, St. Clement, Dundee, Angus, Scotland, daughter of Alexander Laing and Ann Anderson.

 

Notes for John Ferrier Doig

      The birth record lists his name as John Doig Ferrier, the illegitimate son of Jessie Ferrier. On his marriage certificate he listed his father as John Doig.

     

      In 1881 John Doig (scholar) lived with his mother Jessie Ferrier at 73 River Street, Brechin. In 1891 he was a bleacher boarding with Agnes McNab at 57 River Street, Brechin. In 1894 he was a bleachfield worker at 4 Queen Street, Broughty Ferry. In 1901 he was a paper mill worker residing at 10 Watson's Land, Perth Road, Longforgan, Perth with his wife Annie and son James F. In 1911 he was a paper mill worker at Bullionfield Cottage, Longforgan with Annie and sons James, Alfred, Charles, and John.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Hugh C. Ferrier and A. F. Henderson.

 

Notes for Ann Laing

      On Annie's marriage record she listed her father as John Laing, general laborer, and mother as ____ Henderson (no first name). On her death record her parents were reported as Alexander Laing and Ann Anderson. In the 1901 census she reported her birth in Drumgeith (near Dundee), the place also reported on the birth record for the daughter of Alexander Laing and Ann Anderson.

     

      In 1894 Annie was a linen factory worker residing on Gray Street, Broughty Ferry.

     

      Witness to Ann's death certificate was her son Alfred Doig of 16 Kings Cross Row, Dundee.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Hugh C. Ferrier and A. F. Henderson.

 

      Children of John Ferrier Doig and Ann Laing were as follows:

      260      i           Joseph Barrie6 Doig, born 1 Jul 1896 in Monifieth, Angus, Scotland; died 1896 in Monifieth, Angus, Scotland.

      261      ii          Alexander Laing6 Doig, born 25 Jun 1897 in Monifieth, Angus, Scotland; died 11 Dec 1897 in Monifieth, Angus, Scotland.

      262      iii         James Ferrier6 Doig, born 1898 in Monifieth, Angus, Scotland.

      263      iv         Alfred Ferrier6 Doig, born 15 Jul 1901 in Milnfield Feus, Longforgan, Perth, Scotland; died 25 Nov 1970 in 4 Bullionfield Cottage, Invergowrie, Angus, Scotland.  He married in 1928 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland Margaret Crombie (Maggie) Reid, born 24 Apr 1903 in Brown Street, Carnoustie, Angus, Scotland; died 12 Feb 1977 in 162 Main Street, Invergowrie, Perthshire, Scotland, daughter of Miss Hill.

      264      v          William Alexander Laing Ferrier6 Doig, born 1904 in Longforgan, Perth, Scotland; died 4 Jul 1906 in Longforgan, Perth, Scotland.

      265      vi         Charles Milne L.6 Doig, born 10 Apr 1906 in Longforgan, Perth, Scotland; died 30 Apr 1981 in Longforgan, Perth, Scotland.  He married in 1958 in Lochore, Fife, Scotland Margaret Sharp Duncan, born 1937 in Lochore, Fife, Scotland; died 2019 in Kirkdaldy, Fife, Scotland, daughter of Miss Wilkie.

      266      vii        John Ferrier6 Doig, born 23 Apr 1909 in Longforgan, Perth, Scotland; died 16 Jun 1984 in Longforgan, Perth, Scotland.  He married on 9 Aug 1940 in Gray's Rooms, Dundee, Angus, Scotland Davina Birse Mechan, born 1916 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 10 Feb 2007 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland, daughter of Thomas Mechan and Davina Dewers Birse.

      267      viii       Allan Ferrier6 Doig, born 4 Feb 1913 in Invergowrie, Angus, Scotland; died 15 Feb 1994 in Invergowrie, Angus, Scotland.  He married in 1939 in St. Peter & St. Mary, Dundee, Angus, Scotland Jane Culross Ross, born 1916 in Lochee, Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 1999 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland.

 

 

131. James5 Doig (John4, Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 12 Jun 1879 in St. Clement, Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 18 Mar 1919 in Larbert, Stirling, Scotland.  He married on 31 Dec 1902 in St. Clement, Dundee, Angus, Scotland Mary Ann Hodge McLaren, born 1880 in St. Clement, Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 1954 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland, daughter of John McLaren and Mary Ann Petrie.

 

Notes for James Doig

      In 1911 James was a marine foreman at Abbottsgrange, Grangemouth, Polmont, Stirling with wife Mary and 4 children. He became an electrical engineer.

 

      Children of James Doig and Mary Ann Hodge McLaren were as follows:

      268      i           Elizabeth6 Doig, born 13 May 1904 in St. Clement, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.

      269      ii          John6 Doig, born 11 Jan 1906 in 12 Peter Street, St. Clement, Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 1962 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland.  He married on 8 Jun 1935 in Our Lady Roman Catholic Church, Bannockburn, St. Ninians, Stirling, Scotland Mary McManus Flood, born 1908 in Bannockburn, St. Ninians, Stirling, Scotland; died 1986 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland, daughter of James Flood and Martha McManus.   Notes: In 1935 John was a marine engineer living at 139 West Barrow, Larbert, Stirling. MARRIAGE: Witnesses were Thomas Flood and Margaret Flood.

+    270      iii         James6 Doig, born 1907 in Grangemouth, Stirling, Scotland; died 25 Jun 1952 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland.  He married Esther Burns.

      271      iv         Diana6 Doig, born 1909 in Grangemouth, Stirling, Scotland; died 1984 in Boisdale, Inverness, Scotland.  She married on 2 Jun 1939 in Old Parish Church Manse, Larbert, Stirling, Scotland Benjaming Whyte Lyon, born 1914 in Polmont, Stirling, Scotland; died 1995 in Saltcoats, Ayr, Scotland, son of John Lyon and Isabella Morrison.   Notes: MARRIAGE: Witnesses were Alexander and Margaret Lyons.

+    272      v          Bruce6 Doig, born 1913 in Larbert, Sirling, Scotland; died 24 May 1964 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland.  He married Janet Robertson Kennedy.

 

 

132. William Clark5 Doig (John4, Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 3 Aug 1881 in St. Clement, Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 6 Mar 1928 in St. Andrew, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.  He married on 8 Oct 1900 in 34 Ogilvie's Road, St. Clement, Dundee, Angus, Scotland Mary Gavin, born 26 Jul 1881 in St. Nicholas, Aberdeen, Scotland; died 1973 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland, daughter of William Gavin and Elizabeth Duncan.

 

Notes for William Clark Doig

      In 1901 William was a carter and lorry driver residing at 34 Ogilvie's Road, Dundee with his wife's family, his wife Mary and daughter Lizzie A. Doig. In 1911 he was a carter at 21 Kinlock Street, Dundee with wife Mary and daughter Elizabeth.

     

      William committed suicide from asphyxia from coal gas poisoning at 69 Hilltown, Dundee, noted in ammendment to death certificate; signed by his wife Mary.

Dundee Evening Telegraph, 6 Mar 1928:

DUNDEE JUTE STOWER'S DEATH

William Doig (50), jute stower, 69 Hilltown, Dundee, was found dead today, death due to probable gas poisioning. The body was removed to the mortuary.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John Doig and Minnie Gavin.

 

Notes for Mary Gavin

      Mary was a jute spinner.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were John Doig and Minnie Gavin.

 

      Children of William Clark Doig and Mary Gavin were as follows:

      273      i           Elizabeth Ann Gellatly (Lizzie)6 Doig or Gavin, born 16 Apr 1900 in Ogilvies Road, Dundee, Angus, Scotland.   Notes: Elizabeth was illegitimate, her birth recorded as Gavin with no father listed.

 

 

134. Ann Liddle5 Doig (John4, Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1885 in St. Andrew, Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 8 Oct 1936 in Greenwich, London, England.  She married in 1922 in St. Mary, Dundee, Angus, Scotland David Henderson Lawrie, born 14 Nov 1887 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 2 Sep 1947 in Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey, England, son of Charles Caithness Lawrie and Jane Noble.

 

      Children of Ann Liddle Doig and David Henderson Lawrie were as follows:

      274      i           Nan Doig6 Lawrie, born 1922 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 4 Jan 1957 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland.

 

 

137. Margaret (Maggie)5 Geekie (Mary Ann4 Doig, Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1879 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.  She married Andrew Whyte, born 1861/62 in Scotland; died 5 Apr 1948 in Kings Co., NY.

 

Notes for Andrew Whyte

      Andrew entered the US in 1888 and became a naturalized citizen in 1919. In 1920 he was a laborer in a machine shop residing at 426 36th Street, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY with wife Margaret, daughter Mildred (stenographer in a law office), and boarder.

 

      Children of Margaret (Maggie) Geekie and Andrew Whyte were as follows:

      275      i           Mildred M.6 Whyte, born 27 Apr 1901 in Kings Co., NY; died 25 Sep 1986 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.  She married on 9 Dec 1928 in Mt Olivet Presbyterian Church, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY Frank Russell Liger, born 10 Sep 1897 in Lewiston, NY; died 23 Apr 1960 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.

 

 

141. Russell John5 Geekie (Mary Ann4 Doig, Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 6 Mar 1892 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; died 27 Aug 1959 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.  He married Catherine Doyle, born 1897/98 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; died 1984 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY, daughter of John F. Doyle and Catherine (---).

 

      Children of Russell John Geekie and Catherine Doyle were as follows:

      276      i           Rita6 Geekie, born 5 Feb 1919 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.  She married on 21 Aug 1940 in New York City, NY Franklin J. Millar, born 26 Dec 1914 in 135 Amersfort Place, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.

      277      ii          Agnes6 Geekie, born 27 Feb 1921 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.

      278      iii         Catherine6 Geekie, born 14 Feb 1923 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.

      279      iv         Russell W.6 Geekie, born 20 Feb 1925 in Apt 2r, 259 Garfield Place, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; died 1 Mar 1989 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; buried in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.

 

 

142. George Dick5 Easton (Jean (Jane)4 Doig, Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 31 Aug 1877 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1962 in Dundee West, Angus, Scotland.  He married in 1901 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland Jessie Samson Mollison, born 1874/75 Of Forfar, Angus, Scotland.

 

      Children of George Dick Easton and Jessie Samson Mollison were as follows:

      280      i           Jane Doig (Jeanie)6 Easton, born 1907 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland.

 

 

148. Agnes Evans5 Dick (Agnes4 Doig, Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 23 May 1881 in Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 22 Jan 1959 in 700 Ready Street, St. Marys, Camden Co., GA.  She married on 8 Oct 1912 in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada William Gay Gray, born 28 Aug 1880 in Broughty Ferry, Angus, Scotland; died 8 Jul 1972 in Gilman Hospital, St. Marys, Camden Co., GA, son of James Gray and Isabella Lindsay.

 

Notes for William Gay Gray

      Left Scotland as ship's engineer.  Ended up in Canada as inspector of boilers for the provincial government.  Also was an examiner of prospective engineers.  In 1916 he lived in Medicine Hat, Alberta with wife Agnes, son William, mother-in-law Agnes Dick, and sister-in-law Laura Dick. Bought a fruit farm in Kelowna but moved to Brooklyn when farm did not provide adequate living.  Both sons born in Canada.  Moved to Brooklyn circa 1924.  Had variety of jobs, one of which was apartment superintendent.  Came to St. Marys when Gilman Paper Company opened.  Was engineer until retirement.

 

      Children of Agnes Evans Dick and William Gay Gray were as follows:

+    281      i           William George6 Gray, born 5 Jul 1915 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada; died 11 May 2006 in Hospice, Jacksonville, Duval Co., FL.  He married Jane Gill.

      282      ii          George James6 Gray, born 23 Apr 1917 in Medicine Hat, Cypress, Alberta, Canada; died 15 Dec 2009 in Southeast Georgia Medical Center, Kingsland, Camden Co., GA.  He married on 7 Sep 1952 in First United Methodist Church, St. Marys, GA Margaret Alice (Polly) Mann, born 20 Jun 1929 in Ashburn, Turner Co., GA; died 9 Dec 1975 in Valdosta, Lonwdes Co., GA, daughter of Eben Corey Mann and Angie Elizabeth Shepherd.

 

 

151. William Geekie5 Doig (Stewart4, Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 25 Oct 1887 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; died 29 Dec 1950 in Floral Park, Nassau Co., NY; buried 2 Jan 1951 in Long Island National Cemetery, Farmingdale, NY.  He married on 29 Oct 1919 in Manhattan, New York City, NY Florence Mabel Reid, born 10 Apr 1892 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; died 23 May 1982 in Floral Park, Nassau Co., NY; buried 25 May 1982 in Long Island National Cemetery, Farmingdale, NY, daughter of Alexander Reid and Henrietta (Nettie) Fountain.

 

Notes for William Geekie Doig

      In 1920 William lived at the Coondale Apartments, 815 Avenue B, Miami, FL. In 1930 he lived in Floral Park, Nassau Co., NY with his wife Florence and 3 children. In 1940 je was a stone cutter mechanic at 34 Van Siclen Avenue, Floral Park with Florence, children William, Nettie, and Edward, and mother-in-law Nettie Reid.

     

      William served as corporal during WWI from 7 June 1917 to 2 Apr 1919.

 

Notes for Florence Mabel Reid

      Florence's last known address was 2040 Wellwood Avenue Farmingdale , NY 11735-1211.

 

      Children of William Geekie Doig and Florence Mabel Reid were as follows:

      283      i           William Gordon6 Doig Jr., born 20 Sep 1920 in New York City, NY; died 25 Jun 1984 in VA; buried 28 Jun 1984 in Long Island National Cemetery, Farmingdale, NY.  He married on 22 Jun 1947 in Hempstead, Nassau Co., NY Adelaide Meserole, born 20 Sep 1923 in Floral Park, Nassau Co., NY; died 16 Apr 2009 in New York City, NY, daughter of Charles Edward George Meserole and Mary Ann Lynch.   Notes: William was a stone cutter and worked for the Railroad Express Co. William served as a S/Sgt during WWII from 19 Dec 1941 to 29 Sept 1945.

+    284      ii          Nettie Barbara6 Doig, born 26 Jun 1923 in Mineola, Nassau Co., NY; died 12 Jul 2003 in Loudoun Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Leesburg, Loudoun Co., VA.  She married Paul Liston.

+    285      iii         Edward F.6 Doig, born 13 Aug 1929 in Floral Park, Nassau Co., NY.  He married Jean Elizabeth Blackford.

 

 

153. Stewart5 Doig (Stewart4, Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1 Jun 1891 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; died 28 Oct 1958 in Farmingdale, Suffolk Co., NY; buried 30 Oct 1958 in Long Island National Cemetery, Farmingdale, Suffolk Co., NY.  He married Anna J. Hanson, born 11 Apr 1899 in New York City, NY; died 26 Dec 1944 in Farmingdale, Suffolk Co., NY; buried 29 Dec 1944 in Long Island National Cemetery, Farmingdale, Suffolk Co., NY, daughter of Hans Hanson and Helene Thorsen.

 

Notes for Stewart Doig

      In 1930 Stewart lived in Queens, Queens Co., NY with his wife Anna and children Stewart and Anna. He served as a 1st Lt. during WWII. In 1940 he was a stone cutter at 14913 Centerville Avenue, New York, Queens Co. with wife Anna and children Stewart and Anna. His last known address was 2040 Wellwood Avenue Farmingdale , NY 11735-1211.

 

Notes for Anna J. Hanson

      Both of Anna's parents were from Norway. Her last known address was 2040 Wellwood Avenue Farmingdale , NY 11735-1211.

 

      Children of Stewart Doig and Anna J. Hanson were as follows:

+    286      i           Stewart6 Doig, born 25 Dec 1922 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; died 11 Sep 1996 in Belhaven, Beaufort Co., NC; buried 15 Sep 1996 in Belhaven, Beaufort Co., NC.  He married Janet C. Culbertson.

+    287      ii          Ann Helene (Anna)6 Doig, born 16 Dec 1925 in Queens, Queen Co., NY; died Apr 1987 in Yorktown Heights, Westchester Co., NY.  She married Edward R. Wohlrab.

 

 

155. Mary Fotheringham5 Doig (Stewart4, Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 2 Jan 1896 in New York City, NY; died Jul 1982 in 17 Hull Avenue, New Hyde Park, Nassau Co., NY.  She married on 14 Jun 1922 in 568 54th Street, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY Harold Raymond Carson, born 19 Jan 1898 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; died 14 Mar 1962 in New Hyde Park, Nassau Co., NY, son of Robert Carson and Agnes Jane Wright.

 

Notes for Mary Fotheringham Doig

      Mary lived alone in 1977.  She cared for her lawn and flowers with the help of a boy.  She also loves house plants, many of which she donated to church bazaars.  She enjoys senior citizen activities, and has joined their gatherings on the beach, church luncheons, bus trips to northern New York area, West Point, and the Catskills.

     

      S/S #122-24-1929.

 

Notes for Harold Raymond Carson

      In 1930 Harold was a clerk in the Trust Dept. in a Bank, residing at 122-18 Benton Street, Queens, NY with his wife Mary, son Harold R. Jr., and sister-in-law Florence Engles (36 NY). Harold served in the U.S. Navy in WWII, and was assigned to radio work in the Philippines.

 

      Children of Mary Fotheringham Doig and Harold Raymond Carson were as follows:

+    288      i           Harold R.6 Carson Jr., born 31 Dec 1925 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; died 21 Jan 2016 in 60 Gettysburg Drive, Port Jefferson Station, Suffolk Co., NY.  He married Adele Detlef.

 

 

156. Howard5 Doig (Stewart4, Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 19 Jan 1898 in NY; died 31 Jan 1951 in Farmingdale, Suffolk Co., NY; buried 3 Feb 1951 in Long Island National Cemetery, Farmingdale, Suffolk Co., NY.  He married on 26 Jun 1925 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY Margaret Nixon, born 27 Apr 1905 in Kings Co., NY; died 8 Feb 2000 in Farmingdale, Suffolk Co., NY; buried 11 Feb 2000 in Long Island National Cemetery, Farmingdale, Suffolk Co., NY, daughter of John Robert Nixon and Margaret (Maggie) Bell.

 

Notes for Howard Doig

      Howard was an US Army Recruit in WWI from 15 Feb 1918 to 26 Mar 1918.

     

      In 1930 Howard was a stone cutter residing at 270 48th Street, Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY with his wife Margaret and children Margaret A. and Howard. In 1940 he was a dock longshoreman at 320 57th Street, New York, Kings Co. with Margaret and children Margaret, Howard, and Florence.

 

Notes for Margaret Nixon

      Margaret was a sales lady.

 

      Children of Howard Doig and Margaret Nixon were as follows:

+    289      i           Margaret A.6 Doig, born 26 Aug 1926 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; died 19 Jul 2007 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.  She married Charles Falkenberg Rasmussen.

+    290      ii          Howard6 Doig Jr., born 31 Jan 1929 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; died 15 Jan 2012 in Melbourne, Brevard Co., FL.  He married Mary Catherine McKenna.

+    291      iii         Florence Mae6 Doig, born 1 Jan 1931 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; died 28 Oct 2015 in Suffolk Co., NY.  She married George Leong.

+    292      iv         Barbara J.6 Doig, born 4 May 1940 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.  She married Mario De Lillo.

 

 

167. Alexander Fairweather5 Ogilvie (Betsy4 Fairweather, Jean (Jane)3 Doig, Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 14 Feb 1869 in St. Vigeans, Angus, Scotland; died 16 Jan 1928 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland.  He married in 1890 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland Catherine Sandilands, born 7 Apr 1868 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 1936 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland, daughter of James Sandilands and Isabella Stark.

 

Notes for Alexander Fairweather Ogilvie

      Birth recorded in Arbroath.

 

      Children of Alexander Fairweather Ogilvie and Catherine Sandilands were as follows:

      293      i           Alexina Fairweather6 Ogilvie, born 2 May 1891 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 1981 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland.  She married in 1920 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland Alexander Smith.

      294      ii          Frank Fairweather6 Ogilvie, born 27 Mar 1903 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 9 Oct 1976 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland.  He married on 4 Apr 1931 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland Annie Reid Anderson, born 15 Oct 1903 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 24 Jan 1994 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland.   Notes: Frank and Annie had 2 children.

      295      iii         William Petrie Sandilands6 Ogilvie, born 5 Dec 1906 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died Mar 1972 in Plymouth, Devon, England.   Notes: In 1945 William lived at 222 Wantage Road, Reading, Berkshire, England.

 

 

171. Barbara5 Fairweather (Francis (Frank)4, Jean (Jane)3 Doig, Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1877 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 5 Dec 1943 in Perth, Perth, Scotland.  She married on 18 Jun 1901 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland Andrew Ramsey Calder, born 1876 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 2 Feb 1960 in Perth, Perth, Scotland, son of Donald Calder and Mary McPherson Pattison.

 

      Children of Barbara Fairweather and Andrew Ramsey Calder were as follows:

      296      i           Isabella Fairweather6 Calder, born 2 Oct 1902 in Perth, Perth, Scotland; died 1970 in Perth, Perth, Scotland.

      297      ii          Mary Dempster6 Calder, born 2 Oct 1902 in Perth, Perth, Scotland; died 1961 in Cupar, Fife, Scotland.

      298      iii         David Ramsay6 Calder, born 9 Jul 1904 in Perth, Perth, Scotland; died 18 Sep 1971 in Ashford, Kent, England.

      299      iv         Frances Fairweather6 Calder, born 1905 in Perth, Perth, Scotland; died 28 Sep 1973 in Perth, Perth, Scotland.   Notes: Frances did not marry.

      300      v          Andrew Ramsay6 Calder, born 27 Dec 1907 in Perth, Perth, Scotland; died 15 Mar 1983 in New Zealand.

+    301      vi         Gordon Bruce6 Calder, born 7 May 1909 in Perth, Perth, Scotland; died 1 Apr 2000 in Scarborough, York, England.  He married Martha Hislop Laird.

 

 

177. David5 Doig (William Robertson4, David3, Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 27 Apr 1873 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 10 Mar 1934 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 13 Mar 1934 in Eastern Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  He married on 14 Jun 1895 in Masonic Hall, Hill Street, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland Elizabeth Christie, born 16 Jan 1870 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 14 Mar 1931 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 17 Mar 1931 in Eastern Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, daughter of Thomas Christie and Agnes Brown.

 

Notes for David Doig

      In 1895 David was a ironworks mechanic living at 22 Hannah Street, Arbroath. In 1901 David machine engine fitter residing at 27 Hannah Street, Arbroath with his wife Elizabeth and children William, Jessie, Elizabeth, and Alexander. In 1911 he lived in Arbroath with Eliazabeth and children William, Jessie, Elizabeth, Alexander, Mary Ann, and David.

     

      David and Elizabeth had about 13 children.

     

      Probate: David Doig of 9 Duke Street Arbroath died 10 March 1934.  Confirmation of William Robertson Doig shoe operator.  Sealed London 25 June.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They were married according to the forms of the Church of Scotland. Witnesses were David Christie and Maggie Raitt Doig.

 

Notes for Elizabeth Christie

      At the time of her marriage Elizabeth was a spreader in a flax mill living at 34 Hill Street, Arbroath.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They were married according to the forms of the Church of Scotland. Witnesses were David Christie and Maggie Raitt Doig.

 

      Children of David Doig and Elizabeth Christie were as follows:

+    302      i           William Robertson6 Doig, born 18 Jul 1895 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 10 Dec 1967 in Thurmaston, Leicester, England.  He married Dorothy Lilian Hogben.

      303      ii          Jessie Brown6 Doig, born 1897 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 1918 in St. Mary, Dundee, Angus, Scotland; buried in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.   Notes: Jessie did not marry.

      304      iii         Elizabeth Doward Raitt6 Doig, born 1898 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  She married in 1921 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland Robert Strachan, born abt 1896 Of Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.

      305      iv         Alexander6 Doig, born 1900 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died Of America.   Notes: Alexander sailed from Glasgow on 22 Oct 1923 and entered the US on 1 Nov 1923 at Portland, ME on the ship "Tuscania." He was listed as an iron turner, son of David Doig of 9 Duke Street, Arbroath, with a destination of East Akron, Ohio. In 1930 he was a mechanic in an electric manufacturing company rooming at 656 States Street, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA. Alexander may have returned to Arbroath as one died at age 78 in 1978 there.

      306      v          Mary Ann Stewart6 Doig, born 7 Sep 1902 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 2 Jan 1986 in Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., CA.  She married on 2 Oct 1948 in Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., CA John Chafe, born 15 Sep 1896 in Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland; died 17 Jul 1974 in Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., CA, son of Henry M. Chafe and Margaret Sherriffs.   Notes: Mary sailed on the S.S. Cameronia and  arrived in the US on 3 May 1927. She petitioned for US citizenship on 25 Apr 1955 in Los Angeles.

      307      vi         David6 Doig, born 24 Nov 1904 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 28 Jun 1905 in 27 Hannah Street, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 30 Jun 1905 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.

      308      vii        Davidina6 Doig, born 12 May 1906 in 27 Hannah Street, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 22 Nov 1986 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 28 Nov 1986 in Eastern Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.   Notes: Davidina did not marry.

+    309      viii       Agnes Brown6 Doig, born 1911 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 2008 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  She married (1) Vernon Wood; (2) George Stewart Middleton.

 

 

178. James Dorward5 Doig (William Robertson4, David3, Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 22 Oct 1875 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 13 Feb 1907 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 16 Feb 1907 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  He married on 14 Apr 1899 in Park Street Hall, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland Mary Ann Boyle Winton, born 1876/77 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 27 Sep 1955 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 30 Sep 1955 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, daughter of Andrew Callum Winton and Jane Bowman Buick.

 

Notes for James Dorward Doig

      In 1899 James was an engine fitter living at 22 Hannah Street, Arbroath. In 1901 James was an engine fitter residing at 9 Garden Street, Arbroath with is wife Mary Ann Whitton Doig.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They were married according to the forms of the United Presbyterian Church. Witnesses were Alexander Doig and Annie Wheeler.

 

Notes for Mary Ann Boyle Winton

      At the time of her marriage Mary was a reeler in a flax mill living at 63 Guthrie Port, Arbroath. In 1911 Mrs. James Doig was a widow at 2 East Mill Wynd, Arbroath with daughter Margaret.

     

      MARRIAGE:

They were married according to the forms of the United Presbyterian Church. Witnesses were Alexander Doig and Annie Wheeler.

 

      Children of James Dorward Doig and Mary Ann Boyle Winton were as follows:

      310      i           James Dorward6 Doig, born 18 Feb 1900 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 18 Feb 1900 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 20 Feb 1900 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.

      311      ii          Margaret Raitt6 Doig, born 1903 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 14 Feb 1935 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 17 Feb 1935 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.   Notes: Margaret did not marry.

      312      iii         Violet6 Doig, born 2 Aug 1905 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 2 Jan 1906 in 2 East Mill Wynd, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 4 Jan 1906 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.

 

 

179. Alexander5 Doig (William Robertson4, David3, Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1877 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  He married on 5 Apr 1901 in Manse, Gowan Street, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland Annabella Gray, born 1878 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 1965 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland, daughter of William Gray and Joan Steven.

 

Notes for Alexander Doig

      Alexander was an iron moulder.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were William Doig and Jessie Gray.

 

Notes for Annabella Gray

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were William Doig and Jessie Gray.

 

      Children of Alexander Doig and Annabella Gray were as follows:

      313      i           Alexander6 Doig, born 27 Jan 1903 in Golf Street, Carnoustie, Barry, Angus, Scotland; died 12 May 1991 in Marin Co., CA.   Notes: Alexander entered the US in 1929. In 1930 he was an unmarried boilermaker residing at 821 East 75th Street North, Portland, Multnomah Co., OR, a nephew with William Gray (53 Scotland), his wife Mary Ann (51 Scotland) and daughter Jean R. (27 Scotland). He became a naturalized US Citizen on 25 Mar 1946 at San Francisco.

      314      ii          William6 Doig, born 4 Nov 1905 in Barry, Angus, Scotland.

 

 

181. William Robertson5 Doig (William Robertson4, David3, Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1882 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 28 Mar 1961 in Strathcathro Hospital, Strathcathro, Angus, Scotland.  He married on 22 Jul 1910 in Central Dining Rooms, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland Margaret Dingwall Christie Butchart, born 1886 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 3 Oct 1958 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 6 Oct 1958 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, daughter of Charles Butchart and Helen Mary Malcomson.

 

Notes for William Robertson Doig

      In 1910 William was a pattern maker living as 22 Hannah Street, Arbroath. In 1961 he lived at 18 West Abbey Street, Arbroath.

     

      Witness to William's death certificate was his daughter Elizabeth Doig of Abbey Street, Arbroath.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Agnes A. R. Doig and Hercules Davidson.

 

Notes for Margaret Dingwall Christie Butchart

      At the time of her marriage Margaret was a reeler at a flax mill living at 17 St. Vigeans Road, Arbroath.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Agnes A. R. Doig and Hercules Davidson.

 

      Children of William Robertson Doig and Margaret Dingwall Christie Butchart were as follows:

      315      i           Elizabeth Doward6 Doig, born 1911 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 1989 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.   Notes: Elizabeth did not marry.

 

 

183. Jessie Robertson5 Doig (William Robertson4, David3, Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1888 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 12 Apr 1970 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 15 Apr 1970 in Eastern Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  She married in 1914 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland Robert Burnett Soutar, born 1890/91 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 25 Sep 1971 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 29 Sep 1971 in Eastern Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, son of David Soutar and Robina (---).

 

      Children of Jessie Robertson Doig and Robert Burnett Soutar were as follows:

      316      i           Robert Burnett6 Soutar, born 1919 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 1941 in WWII.

 

 

185. Jessie5 Robertson (Mary Ann Stewart4 Doig, David3, Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1878 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 18 Jan 1954 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 21 Jan 1954 in Eastern Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  She married on 17 Feb 1897 in Bank Street Hall, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland Alexander R. Suttie, born 1877/78 in St. Vigeans, Angus, Scotland, son of James Suttie and Catherine (Katherine) Rew.

 

Notes for Jessie Robertson

      Jessie was a tailor's machinist.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Sarah Brown Goldsmith and David Doig Robertson.

 

Notes for Alexander R. Suttie

      In 1897 Alexander was a grocer's clerk at 1 Fergus Street, Arbroath, Angus.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Sarah Brown Goldsmith and David Doig Robertson.

 

      Children of Jessie Robertson and Alexander R. Suttie were as follows:

      317      i           George6 Suttie, born 1897/98 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.

 

 

188. Alexander5 Doig (Alexander4, David3, Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 28 Oct 1884 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 3 Nov 1962 in Springfield, Hampton Co., MA.  He married Helen H. Davidson, born 1888 in Dundee, Angus, Scotland; died 1948 in FL, daughter of William H. Davidson and Margaret Harley.

 

Notes for Alexander Doig

      Alexander arrived unmarried at age 25 at Ellis Island, New York on 14 May 1911. He reported being from Arbroath and sailed from Glasgow on the ship "Columbia." He said the was bound for Chicago, IL.

     

      In 1917 Alexander was unmarried and a machinist residing at 2363 Lyon Avenue, Westchester, NY. On 28 Nov 1917 he enlisted at New York, NY in the Canadian Expeditionary Forces, 1st Depot Battalion, 2nd Central Ontario Regiment. He was described as 5 feet 5 inches tall, chest 33 inches with range of expansion 3 inches, fair complexion, brown eyes, auburb hair, sight 20/25, and no distinguishing marks. He was a Presbyterian.

     

      In 1930 Alexander was a private family chauffeur at 134 Cambridge Street, Springfield, Hampden Co., MA with wife Helen D. and son Alexander.

     

      Alexander registered for the Draft in WWII on 27 Apr 1942 in Springfield, MA. At the time he was 5'6" tall, 125 pounds, brown eyes, gray hair, and a ruddy complexion, with a squint in his left eye. He lived at 129 Cambridge Street, Springfield with his wife Helen D. and worked for Herbert H. Huie.

 

Notes for Helen H. Davidson

      Helen entered the US in 1911.

 

      Children of Alexander Doig and Helen H. Davidson were as follows:

      318      i           Alexander6 Doig Jr., born 10 Oct 1922 in 180 Harkness Ave, Springfield, Hampden Co., MA; died 18 Dec 1984 in Springfield, Hampden Co., MA.   Notes: Alexander enlisted in the US Air Corps on 30 Oct 1942 in Hampton Co., MA. He became a fire fighter.

 

 

190. David Robertson5 Doig (Gordon Thomas4, David3, Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 9 Oct 1889 in 60 Keptic Street, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 29 Aug 1941 in Central Falls, Providence Co., RI; buried in Moshassuck Cemetery, Central Falls, Providence Co., RI.  He married (1) on 14 Nov 1913 in Bonhill, Dunbarton, Scotland Annie Baird Carter, born 3 Nov 1890 in Bank Cottage, Shotts Iron Works, Shotts (Calderhead), Lanark, Scotland; died 29 Mar 1920 in 29 Fergus Square, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 1 Apr 1920 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, daughter of William Carter and Christian (Christina) Hill; (2) Elizabeth Ann Wilkinson, born 18 Feb 1884 in Preston, Lancashire, England; died Feb 1968 in Lincoln, Providence Co., RI, daughter of Joseph Wilkinson and Margaret (---).

 

Notes for David Robertson Doig

      David sailed from Greenock (Tail of Bank) on the ship SS Haverford and arrived at Philadelphia, PA on 26 Aug 1923. He was listed as a boiler moulder, his nearest relative his mother Mrs. Elizabeth Doig of 68 Millgate Loan, Arbroath.

     

      In 1930 David was a foundry molder residing at 489 Chaldstone Avenue, Providence, Prividence Co., RI with his second wife Elizabeth (spinner in a silk mill). In 1940 he was a general assistant at a silk mill at 77 Oriole Avenue, Pawtucket, Providence Co., RI with wife Elizabeth and son William.

 

Notes for Annie Baird Carter

      Annie died of pulmonary tuberculosis

 

Notes for Elizabeth Ann Wilkinson

      Elizabeth entered the US in 1915.

 

      Children of David Robertson Doig and Annie Baird Carter were as follows:

+    319      i           Gordon Thomson6 Doig, born 21 Apr 1914 in 41 Random Street, Alexandria, Bonhill, Dunbarton, Scotland; died Dec 1987 in Richmond, Richmond Co., VA.  He married Evelyn Natalie Cornell.

+    320      ii          William Carter (Bill)6 Doig, born 8 Jun 1915 in 10 Carfin Street, Govanhill, Lanark, Scotland; died 25 Oct 1974 in Providence, Providence Co., RI; buried in Mountain View Cemetery, Marlinton, Pocahontas Co., WV.  He married Marguerite J. Williams.

 

 

193. Allan Anderson5 Doig (Gordon Thomas4, David3, Alexander2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1900 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 23 Apr 1967 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 26 Apr 1967 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  He married in 1921 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland Margaret Swankie Cargill, born 1897/98 Of Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 22 Dec 1964 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 26 Dec 1964 in Western Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, daughter of Thomas Cargill and Margaret (---).

 

      Children of Allan Anderson Doig and Margaret Swankie Cargill were as follows:

      321      i           Margaret Cargill6 Doig, born 1921 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 20 Mar 1994 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 24 Mar 1994 in Eastern Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  She married in 1939 in Dundee Emilio Giuseppe Zaccarini, born 1912 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 1975 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland, son of Miss Barbiere.

      322      ii          Williamina Cargill6 Doig, born 1923 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 24 Jun 2002 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 27 Jun 2002 in Eastern Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  She married in 1945 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland William Cargill McDonald, born abt 1919 Of Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 29 Aug 1994 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; buried 1 Sep 1994 in Eastern Cemetery, Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.

+    323      iii         Allan Anderson6 Doig, born 20 Nov 1926 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 2017 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  He married Doreen Booth.

+    324      iv         Barbara Spink B.6 Doig, born 13 Oct 1929 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland; died 2004 in Arbroath, Angus, Scotland.  She married Alexander A. Mac. Moore.

 

 

194. Dr. Alexander Thom5 Doig (William Lowson4, Alexander3, William2, Margaret1 Smith), born 22 Apr 1906 in 16 North Street, Forfar, Angus, Scotland; died 1983 in Kirkintilloch, Dunbarton, Scotland.  He married on 26 Feb 1935 in Rotherham Parish Church, Forfar, Angus, Scotland Mary Bradford, born Jan 1909/09 in Rotherham, York, England; died 1997 in Kirkintilloch, Dunbarton, Scotland, daughter of William James Bradford and Ethel Burnett.

 

Notes for Dr. Alexander Thom Doig

      Alexander graduated M.B. ad Ch.B. in Public Health at St. Andrews University in 1931.

     

      Dundee Courier - Monday, 13 April 1936:

Forfar Man's Medical Work. 

Dr Alexander T. Doig, M.B., Ch.B., D.P.H., a native of Forfar, joint author,  with Dr A. I. G. McLaughlin, H.M.  Medical Inspector of Factories, of  article dealing with the results of X-ray  examination of the lungs of electric-arc  welders, which appeared recent issue of the Lancet. The article has aroused much interest among medical men. Dr  Doig, who is medical superintendent of Oakwood Hall Sanatorium, Rotherham, is  the elder son of Mr and Mrs W. L. Doig, Forfar, and before going to Rotherham he held appointments in Dundee Royal Infirmary and King's Cross Hospital, Dundee. He began his education at Forfar Academy, and is graduate of St Andrews University. Dr Doig was well known in sport circles, and for several seasons was a member  of Forfar Academicals F.C., Forfar Tennis Club, and Forfar Golf Club. Last  year he married Miss Mary Bradford, daughter of Mr W. J. Bradford, the Rotherham coroner.

 

      Children of Dr. Alexander Thom Doig and Mary Bradford were as follows:

      325      i           Rachel M.6 Doig, born Oct 1937/37 in Rotherham, York, England.

      326      ii          William B.6 Doig, born Jan 1939/39 in Rotherham, York, England.

      327      iii         Janet M.6 Doig, born Oct 1942/42 in Leeds, York, England.

 

 

198. Alice Edna Stuart5 Doig (Henry Stuart (Harry Stewart)4, James Mills3, William2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1 Jan 1897 in Dublin, Ireland; christened 31 Mar 1897 in St. Thomas, Dublin, Ireland; died 31 Oct 1945 in 4 Goldhurst Mansions, Goldhurst Terrace, Hampstead, London, Middlesex, England.  She married on 9 Jun 1920 in Dublin, Ireland Alfred Edward Burrowes, born 8 Dec 1891 in Cork, Ireland; died 25 Sep 1970 in 1a Hillier Road, Guildford, Surrey, England, son of Samuel James Burrowes and Amelia Ryder.

 

Notes for Alice Edna Stuart Doig

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Henry Stuart Doig, Therese Doig, and John Victor Burrowes.

 

Notes for Alfred Edward Burrowes

      Alfred joined the Royal Dublin Fusiliers in 1914 and fought at Gallipoli and in France where he won the MC. He moved from Hampstead to Guildford about 1955. He practised as a Doctor of Osteopathy in New Cavendish Street London from 1925-1955, having gained his D.O. at the Kirksville School of Osteopathy, Missouri, USA in 1924-5.

     

      Probate granted 3 Dec 1970. Net estate £(GBP)32,936.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Henry Stuart Doig, Therese Doig, and John Victor Burrowes.

 

      Children of Alice Edna Stuart Doig and Alfred Edward Burrowes were as follows:

+    328      i           Desmond Edward St. John6 Burrowes, born 5 Apr 1923 in Marylebone, London, Middlesex, England; died 11 Jan 2003 in Hereford Hospital, Hereford, England.  He married (1) Kathleen Ruth West; (2) Ann Hill.

+    329      ii          Ann6 Burrowes, born 4 May 1929 in Fowey, Cornwall, England; died 3 Mar 2003 in High Wycombe Hospital, Bucks, England.  She married George Anthony Foulds.

 

 

199. Desmond Stuart (Eddie)5 Doig (Henry Stuart (Harry Stewart)4, James Mills3, William2, Margaret1 Smith), born 28 Nov 1901 in Dublin, Ireland; died 13 Jun 1985 in Tampa, Hillsborough Co., FL; buried in Garden of Memories Cemetery, Tampa, Hillsborough Co., FL.  He married on 4 Aug 1932 in Balboa, Canal Zone Gladys Frances (---), born 24 Jun 1907 in 15 Brussels Street, St. John, NB, Canada; died 4 Apr 1984 in Tampa, Hillsborough Co., FL; buried in Garden of Memories Cemetery, Tampa, Hillsborough Co., FL.

 

Notes for Desmond Stuart (Eddie) Doig

      Desmond served as a Cadet on the ship's crew of the "Ebro" between Chile and New York City. He arrived at Ellis Island in Nov 1920 from Valparaiso, on 21 Jan 1921 from Talcahuano, and on 31 May 1921 from Coronel, Chile. He then lived in the  Republic of Panama where he married in 1932. He entered the US at Miami on 30 May 1957 and became a timekeeper at 2528 West Wilder Avenue, Tampa, Hillsborough Co., FL with Gladys.

     

      Desmond petitioned to be a naturalized citizen, stating he had lived in the United States since 30 May 1957. He became a citizen on 11 July 1962 in Tampa, Hillsborough Co., FL.

 

      Children of Desmond Stuart (Eddie) Doig and Gladys Frances (---) were as follows:

+    330      i           Tita Carol6 Doig, born 1943/44 of Canal Zone.  She married Henry Donald Rogers.

 

 

200. Ronald Stuart5 Doig (Henry Stuart (Harry Stewart)4, James Mills3, William2, Margaret1 Smith), born 4 Feb 1903 in Dublin, Ireland; died 13 Feb 1962 in Columbus, Franklin Co., OH.  He married on 4 Jan 1923 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, divorced  Mabel Lenore Reeve, born 17 Mar 1902 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, daughter of William Henry Reeve and Mary Alice Goodwin.

 

Notes for Ronald Stuart Doig

      Ronald departed Liverpool on the ship "Melita" and arrive at Quebec, Canada on 31 Oct 1920; he was listed as a student on his way to Winnipeg to stay with Thomas Coyle. Ronald entered the US in 1920; he became a naturalized citizen on 23 Aug 1944.

     

      In 1930 Ronald owned his own sign painting shop and resided at the Devonshire Apartment, Bethune Avenue, Detroit, Wayne Co., MI with his wife Mable and 3 children. In 1940 he was a neon expert on Peterson, Detroit with Mabel and 3 children.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Ronald and Mabel were divorced on 4 Jun 1946 in Wayne Co., MI.

 

Notes for Mabel Lenore Reeve

      Mabel remarried to Carl Miller on 10 Nov 1946 in Detroit.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Ronald and Mabel were divorced on 4 Jun 1946 in Wayne Co., MI.

 

      Children of Ronald Stuart Doig and Mabel Lenore Reeve were as follows:

      331      i           Ronald S.6 Doig, born 17 Jul 1925 in MI; died 6 Mar 1983 in Los Angeles Co., CA.

+    332      ii          Earl Steven Stuart6 Doig, born 26 Jun 1926 in Highland Park, Wayne Co., MI; died Jul 1990 in Los Angeles Co., CA.  He married (1) Geraldine Patricia Kelly; (2) Mary Theresa Paletta.

      333      iii         Merle Evelyn6 Doig, born Sep 1929 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI.  She married on 14 Aug 1948 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI Clarence Louis Harvis, born 28 Jun 1926 in Chepstowe, Ontario, Canada; died 13 Feb 1991 in San Antonio, Bexar Co., TX, son of George Harvis and May Doerr.

 

 

205. Hazel Stella5 Doig (Sydney Stanford James4, James Mills3, William2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1910/11 in Calcutta, Bengal, India; died 2 Feb 1964 in Sidcup, Kent, England.  She married on 28 Feb 1930 in Calcutta, Bengal, India Alfred Charles Tunn, born Apr 1904/04 in Greater London, Kent, London, England; died 1964 in Uxbridge, Middlesex, England, son of Charles James Tunn and Violet Annie Lee.

 

      Children of Hazel Stella Doig and Alfred Charles Tunn were as follows:

+    334      i           Patricia Margaret6 Tunn, born Jan 1931/31 in Medway, Kent, England.  She married Eric Ernest Denyer.

+    335      ii          Ann Merle6 Tunn, born 3 Sep 1936 in Poona, India; died 23 Mar 1975 in 37 Millers Road, Brighton, East Sussex, England.  She married Geoffrey Clive Leegood.

      336      iii         Roger Charles Stanford6 Tunn, born 1942 in India.  He married in Jul 1965 in Amersham, Buckingham, England Madelaine R. Wolfe.

 

 

221. Gordon Gibson5 Doig (Charles Peebles4, David Douglas3, William2, Margaret1 Smith), born 12 Sep 1920 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; died 22 Jun 1982 in Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland.  He married on 2 Nov 1944 in Blythswood, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland Helen Pirrie Wylie, born 27 Feb 1917 in Camlachie, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; died 25 Apr 2008 in Lynebank Hospital, Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland, daughter of John Wylie and Annie Stevenson.

 

Notes for Gordon Gibson Doig

      Gordon was an analytical chemist employed by the Distillers Company (DCL) and was a member of the Roayl Institute of Chemistry (ARIC).

 

Notes for Helen Pirrie Wylie

      DOIG — HELEN. Peacefully, after a long illness, at Lynebank Hospital, Dunfermline, on 25th April, 2008, Helen (nee Wylie), aged 91 years, loving wife of the late Gordon Doig, and cherished mother of Ian and Dorothy. Will be sadly missed. Funeral service private at family request, family flowers only. [Published in the Herald on 29th April 2008

(Distributed in Glasgow)]

 

      Children of Gordon Gibson Doig and Helen Pirrie Wylie were as follows:

+    337      i           Ian Peebles6 Doig, born 25 Nov 1945 in Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.  He married Barbara Dalrymple.

+    338      ii          Dorothy Anne6 Doig, born 22 Aug 1949 in Camlachie, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.  She married Edward Bartie.

 

 

222. Douglas Archibald Robertson5 Doig (Charles Peebles4, David Douglas3, William2, Margaret1 Smith), born 28 Apr 1923 in Cathcart, Lanark, Scotland; died 16 Aug 2001 in Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.  He married on 16 Jun 1956 in Baldernock North Church, Provan, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland Irene Johnston McDonald, born 2 Nov 1934 in Springburn, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; died 4 Oct 2015 in Greenfield Park Care Center, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.

 

      Children of Douglas Archibald Robertson Doig and Irene Johnston McDonald were as follows:

+    339      i           Gillian Elizabeth6 Doig, born 19 May 1957 in Duke Street Hospital, Dennistoun, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland.  She married Eugen Gasiorek.

      340      ii          Graeme6 Doig, born 7 Jun 1960 in Duke Street Hospital, Dennistoun, Glasgow, Lanark, Scotland; died 9 Feb 1984 in St. George's Hospital, Tooting, London, England.   Notes: Graeme was a mechanic.

 

Generation 6

 

223. Alfred Donald6 Newbury (Ann Hamilton (Annie)5 Doig, James4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 20 Nov 1892 in Mile End, London, England; christened 1 Jan 1893 in Wycliffe Congregational Church, Towers Hamlet, London, England; died 5 Mar 1956 in The First House, Riverwoods, Marlow, Buckingham, England.  He married in Mar 1920 in St. Martin, London, England Doris May Thompson, born 8 Apr 1897 in Epping, Essex, England; died Dec 1973 in Wycombe, Buckingham, England, daughter of Percy G. Thompson and Annie M. (---).

 

Notes for Alfred Donald Newbury

      Donald and Doris had no children.

 

      Children of Alfred Donald Newbury and Doris May Thompson were as follows:

      341      i           David Bruce7 Newbury, born 29 Mar 1925 in Romford, Essex, England; died 1 Aug 1987 in 3 The Avenue, Loughton, Essex, England.  He married in Jan 1955 in Brentwood, Essex, England Ethel M. Barker.

 

 

224. Harold Bruce6 Newbury (Ann Hamilton (Annie)5 Doig, James4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 20 Apr 1894 in Mile End, London, England; died Jun 1962 in Hackney Hospital, Hackney, London, England.  He married in Jul 1922/22 in Romford, Essex, England Elsie Andrew, born 16 Mar 1896 in West Ham, Essex, England; died Dec 1952 in Epping, Essex, England, daughter of Archibald Andrew and Rhoda A. (---).

 

      Children of Harold Bruce Newbury and Elsie Andrew were as follows:

      342      i           Richard7 Newbury, born abt 1928 in England.

      343      ii          Jon7 Newbury, born abt 1930 in England.

 

 

227. James Bruce6 Doig (Albert Bruce5, James4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 8 Jun 1896 in Whitechapel, London, England; died 6 Aug 1950 in 2 Laleham Road, Margate, Kent, England.  He married on 18 May 1919 in St. Mary, Whitechapel, London, England Ellen (Nellie) Bury, born 13 Feb 1896 in England; died Sep 1967 in Bridge, Kent, England, daughter of Frederick Bury.

 

Notes for James Bruce Doig

      Probate: James Bruce Doig of 84a Lansdowne Road Holland Park London died 6 August 1950 at 2 Laleham Road Margate.  Probate London 8 December to Ellen Doig widow.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were F. Bury and A. B. Doig.

 

Notes for Ellen (Nellie) Bury

      Ellen remarried to Thomas H. Downing in Oct 1953 in Kensington, London.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were F. Bury and A. B. Doig.

 

      Children of James Bruce Doig and Ellen (Nellie) Bury were as follows:

      344      i           Lionel Bruce7 Doig, born 21 Jun 1920 in Whitechapel, London, England; died Sep 1996 in Wandsworth, London, England.  He married in Oct 1949/49 in Hitchin, England Betty Mary Wright, born 3 May 1921 in Gravesend, Kent, England; died Oct 1996 in Wandsworth, London, England, daughter of Dennis Gordon Wright and Alice L. Kent.   Notes: They had no children.

 

 

228. Douglas Howard6 Doig (Albert Bruce5, James4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1 Jul 1899 in Whitechapel, London, England; died 15 Oct 1984 in Field House, 2 Castle Avenue, Warblington, Havant, Hampshire, England.  He married Phyllis Margaret Dancy, born 21 Apr 1897 in St. George Hanover Square, London, England; died 16 Nov 1978 in 2 Castle Avenue, Warblington, Havant, Hampshire, England, daughter of Philip Guy Dancy and Annie Brook.

 

Notes for Douglas Howard Doig

      Douglas was a Captain Paymaster in the royal Navy and was awarded the Order of the British Empire (OBE). He was secretary to Admiral Layton.

 

Notes for Phyllis Margaret Dancy

      Probate: Phyllis Margaret Doig of 2 Castle Avenuie Warblington Havant Hants died 16 November 1978.  Probate Brighton 29 December £19885.

 

      Children of Douglas Howard Doig and Phyllis Margaret Dancy were as follows:

+    345      i           Ursula Sarah M. (Sally)7 Doig, born 6 Sep 1932 in Richmond South, England; died of New Zealand.  She married Royden Alfred Harrington.

 

 

229. Alan John6 Doig (Albert Bruce5, James4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1 Feb 1901 in Whitechapel, London, England; died 4 May 1981 in 28 Westcoombe Avenue, Merton, Surrey, England.  He married (1) on 29 Aug 1925 in Parish Church, Merton, Surrey, England Jessie Ericson, born 2 Jun 1901 in Bombay, Maharashtra, India; died 30 Aug 1956 in Ploughey, Oxford, England, daughter of Anthony Ericson and Jessie Coutts Stewart; (2) in Jul 1960/60 in Surrey NE, England Janet Ogle.

 

Notes for Alan John Doig

      In 1939 Alan was the Headmaster of a Secondary School in Wimbledon, Surrey.

 

Notes for Janet Ogle

      Janet lives in Wimbledon, London.

 

      Children of Alan John Doig and Jessie Ericson were as follows:

+    346      i           Dr. John Noel7 Doig, born 6 Dec 1927 in Croyden, Surrey, England; died 12 Jan 2018 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.  He married Joan Frances Dickenson.

+    347      ii          Jennifer Margaret7 Doig, born 29 Jul 1931 in Croyden, England.  She married Anthony Lloyd (Tony) Williams.

+    348      iii         Clive Brechin7 Doig, born 11 Aug 1940 in Mid E. Surrey, England.  He married (1) Ulla Lisbeth Neilson; (2) Joan Marine; (3) Joan Binstead.

 

 

231. Edward Charington6 Lloyd (Priscilla Margaret (Dids)5 Doig, James4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born Oct 1903/03 in Romford, Essex, England; died 1979 in England.  He married on 6 Sep 1928 in Holy Trinity, Mile End Old Town, Tower Hamlets, London, England Beryl Frederica Kate Purser, born Jul 1901/01 in Romford, Essex, England; died Jan 1966/66 in Greenwich, London, England, daughter of Arthur Purser.

 

Notes for Edward Charington Lloyd

      Edward married a second time.

 

      Children of Edward Charington Lloyd and Beryl Frederica Kate Purser were as follows:

      349      i           Rex N.7 Lloyd, born Jan 1930/30 in Romford, Essex, England.

 

 

232. Margaret Louise6 Lloyd (Priscilla Margaret (Dids)5 Doig, James4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 30 May 1908 in Mile End, Essex, England; died 1947 in England.  She married in Nov 1931 in Thanet, Kent, England Gerald Richard (Chubb) Budge, born Oct 1904 in Thanet, Kent, England; died 25 Jan 1956 in The General Hospital, Margate, Kent, England.

 

      Children of Margaret Louise Lloyd and Gerald Richard (Chubb) Budge were as follows:

+    350      i           Jean M.7 Budge, born Jan 1934/34 in Thanet, Kent, England.  She married James A. (Jim) French.

+    351      ii          Linda K.7 Budge, born Jan 1937/37 in Thanet, Kent, England.  She married Thomas Eric Evans.

 

 

234. John Stuart6 Doig (John5, John4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1 Jul 1907 in Claydon (Bosmere), Suffolk, England; died 30 Nov 1968 in Wellington Road Hounslow, Middlesex, England.  He married (1) on 26 Mar 1932 in St. Mary, Wandsworth, London, England Kathleen Gillett, born 6 Mar 1908 in Wandsworth, London, England; died May 2000 in Surrey Northern, Surrey, England, daughter of William James Gillett and Kathleen Elizabeth Goode; (2) on 10 Dec 1946 in Holy Trinity Church, Twickenham, London, England Helen Elizabeth Browning, daughter of Frank Browning.

 

Notes for John Stuart Doig

      In 1939 was an assembly fitter at an acetyline company in Twickenham, Middlesex with wife Kathleen and 2 (blocked out).

 

      Children of John Stuart Doig and Kathleen Gillett were as follows:

      352      i           John B.7 Doig, born Jul 1935/35 in Brentford, Middlesex, England.  He married in Jul 1959/59 in Ealing, Middlesex, England Margaret R. Shaw.

 

 

236. Amy6 Aldridge (Hamilton Doig5 Belcher, Margaret4 Doig, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 29 Aug 1891 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada; died 18 Dec 1964 in Ontario, Canada.  She married on 4 Jul 1914 in York, Ontario, Canada William Earl James, born 27 Jan 1889 in Warminster, Simcoe, Ontario, Canada; died 14 Aug 1972 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, son of John Wesley James and Sara McCohnal.

 

      Children of Amy Aldridge and William Earl James were as follows:

      353      i           Dorothy7 James, born 1915 in Ontario, Canada.

      354      ii          Helen7 James, born 1918 in Ontario, Canada.

 

 

237. Roselie Isabel6 Crossland (Margaret Jean5 Belcher, Margaret4 Doig, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 4 Jul 1893 in Ontario, Canada.  She married on 7 Jun 1913 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada Percy Douglas Orr, born 25 Apr 1887 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, son of Henry Orr and Eliza Ayles.

 

      Children of Roselie Isabel Crossland and Percy Douglas Orr were as follows:

      355      i           James Douglas7 Orr, born 18 Apr 1922 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada; died 26 Jul 2006 in USA.

 

 

238. Thomas Henry6 Belcher (Edmund John James (Edmond)5, Margaret4 Doig, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 23 Mar 1907 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; died 19 Mar 1975 in Boca Raton, Palm Beach Co., FL.  He married on 15 Sep 1928 in Detroit, Wayne Co., MI Lucille Trudeau, born 18 Jan 1908 in MI; died 11 Mar 1993 in Port Huron, St. Clair Co., MI, daughter of John Trudeau and Selina Lahae.

 

Notes for Thomas Henry Belcher

      In 1940 Thomas was an asst. engineer for the phone company at 9135 Guilford, Detroit, Wayne Co., MI with wife Lucille and daughets Marilyn and Dorothy.

     

      Obituary - Detroit Free Press, 23 Mar 1975:

Thomas Belcher, 67, Phone Executive Services for Thomas H. Belcher, a retired planning executive and forecaster for the Michigan Bell Telephone Co., will be at 10 a.m. Monday a t St. Paul on the Lake Church, 157 Lakeshore, Grosse Pointe Farms. Mr. Belcher, 67, of Grosse Pointe Farms, died Wednesday in Boca Raton, Fla. He retired in 1972 after 46 years with the company. Mr. Belcher was a member of the Senior Men's Club of Grosse Pointe, the Grosse Pointe Farms Boat Club, the Detroit Curling Club and Gabriel Richard Council No. 2463 Knights of Columbus. Surviving are his wife, Lucille; two daughters, Mrs. Val Kraft and Mrs. George Robinson, and four grandchildren. Prayers will be at 7 p.m. Sunday at the Verheyden Funeral Home, 16300 Mack.

 

      Children of Thomas Henry Belcher and Lucille Trudeau were as follows:

      356      i           Marilyn7 Belcher, born 1933/34 in MI.  She married Val Kraft.

      357      ii          Dorothy7 Belcher, born 1935/36 in MI.  She married George Robinson.

 

 

242. Ian Hamilton6 Doig (Stuart Andrew Livingstone5, Stewart (Stuart)4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1 Mar 1920 in Wandsworth, London, England; died Jan 1978/78 in Lambeth, London, England.  He married in Oct 1943/43 in Wandsworth, England Florence G. White, born Jul 1921 in Wandsworth, London, England, daughter of Frederick White and Alice Smith.

 

Notes for Ian Hamilton Doig

      Ian was a scaffolder.

 

      Children of Ian Hamilton Doig and Florence G. White were as follows:

      358      i           Ian S. F.7 Doig, born Apr 1951/51 in Wandsworth, England.

 

 

243. Edward Donald S.6 Doig (Bruce Edwin5, Stewart (Stuart)4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 5 Oct 1911 in Lambeth, London, England; died 6 Oct 1981 in Surrey North, Surrey, England.  He married in Oct 1936/36 in Staines, England Elizabeth Maud Upton, born 20 Oct 1909 in Staines, Middlesex, England; died 13 Jan 1983 in 27 French Street, Sunbury on Thames, Middlesex, England, daughter of Charles Walter Upton and Ethel Maud Poulter.

 

Notes for Edward Donald S. Doig

      In 1965 Edward lived on French Street, Spelthorne, Middlesex with Elizabeth and son Dudley; his mother and sister lived down the street.

 

      Children of Edward Donald S. Doig and Elizabeth Maud Upton were as follows:

+    359      i           Russell Edward7 Doig, born 2 Jun 1937 in Ileworth, Middlesex, England; died 7 Nov 2016 in Ashford, Surrey, England.  He married Theresa Cook.

      360      ii          Dudley D.7 Doig, born Jul 1939/39 in Staines, England.

 

 

245. Norah Alice6 Doig (Allan Wallace5, Stewart (Stuart)4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 27 Sep 1909 in Croydon, Surrey, England; died Mar 1972 in Tiverton, Devon, England.  She married on 19 Oct 1940 in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England William Francis Henry Vatcher, born 31 Jul 1906 in Wimborne, Dorset, England; christened 7 Oct 1906 in Lytchett-Matravers, Dorset, England; died 1 Feb 1987 in Devon, England, son of Francis George Vatcher and Beatrice Ida May Barrett.

 

      Children of Norah Alice Doig and William Francis Henry Vatcher were as follows:

+    361      i           Geoffrey F. A.7 Vatcher, born Oct 1942/42 in Droxford, England.  He married Doreen E. Maddan.

+    362      ii          Ann C. N.7 Vatcher, born Jul 1948/48 in Gloucester, England.  She married Robert L. C. Vanneck.

 

 

246. Allan Stuart6 Doig (Allan Wallace5, Stewart (Stuart)4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 11 May 1911 in Godstone, Surrey, England; christened 25 Jun 1911 in St. John, Croydon, Surrey, England; died 9 Feb 1976 in 26 Long Lane, Aughton, Ormskirk, Lancashire, England.  He married in Apr 1940/40 in Lambeth, England May Constance Fisher, born 7 Aug 1914 in Lambeth, Surrey, England; died 11 Oct 2008 in Newport Pagnell, Buckingham, England, daughter of George Fisher and Minnie Constance Wates.

 

Notes for Allan Stuart Doig

      Allan was a certified accountant.

     

      Probate: Allan Stuart Doig of 26 Long Lane Aughton Ormskirk Lancs died 9 February 1976.  Probate Liverpool 26 March £22475.

 

Notes for May Constance Fisher

      Doig (nee Fisher), May Constance
May Constance Doig (nee Fisher) Passed away peacefully on Saturday 11th October 2008, aged 94 years. Beloved wife of the late Allan Stuart Doig. Much loved mother of David, Roger and Margaret. Grandmother to her `football team` and great grandmother of five. Funeral service to take place on Tuesday 21st October at 1.45pm at the United Reformed Churh, Newport Pagnell. Family flowers only, donations if desired for Cancer Research UK, may be sent to H.W Mason and Sons, 9 High Street, Newport Pagnell, MK16 8AR.

 

      Children of Allan Stuart Doig and May Constance Fisher were as follows:

+    363      i           David A.7 Doig, born Jan 1944/44 in Mid E., Surrey, England.  He married Jacqueline Latter.

+    364      ii          Roger I.7 Doig, born Jan 1947/47 in Bromley, England.  He married Ann Horne.

+    365      iii         Margaret Joan7 Doig, born Apr 1952/52 in Bromley, England.  She married David Arthur Bennett.

 

 

247. Jean Ella6 Doig (Allan Wallace5, Stewart (Stuart)4, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 30 Jan 1915 in Midhurst, Sussex, England; died Mar 1998 in Stafford, Staffordshire, England.  She married in Jul 1951/51 in Hammersmith, London, England Cornelius W. Sullivan, born Jan 1915/15 in Bermondsey, London, England, son of Miss Yardley.

 

Notes for Jean Ella Doig

      Birth index records name a Joan E.

 

      Children of Jean Ella Doig and Cornelius W. Sullivan were as follows:

      366      i           Ruby J.7 Sullivan, born Oct 1952/52 in Hammersmith, London, England.

      367      ii          William C.7 Sullivan, born Oct 1954/54 in Walsall, Staffordshire, England.

      368      iii         Peter D.7 Sullivan, born Jul 1959/59 in Basingstoke, England.

 

 

248. Bernard William Stuart6 Pightling (William John George5, Mary4 Doig, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 16 Mar 1909 in Bristol, Gloucester, England; died Sep 1989 in Greenwich, London, England.  He married Kathleen Mary Spring, born 7 Sep 1912 in Edmonton, Middlesex, England; died Feb 2002 in Enfield, Middlesex, England, daughter of Francis Charles Spring and Elizabeth Mary Anderson.

 

      Children of Bernard William Stuart Pightling and Kathleen Mary Spring were as follows:

      369      i           Michael Francis Stuart7 Pightling, born Mar 1944 in Edmonton, Middlesex, England; died 17 May 2009 in Sawbridgeworth, Hertford, England.

 

 

251. Harold J.6 Pightling (William John George5, Mary4 Doig, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 20 Jan 1923 in Edmondton, Middlesex, England.  He married in May 1947 in Edmonton, Middlesex, England Beryl M. Read.

 

      Children of Harold J. Pightling and Beryl M. Read were as follows:

      370      i           Clive J.7 Pightling, born Oct 1951/51 in Uxbridge, Middlesex, England.

 

 

254. Phyllis M.6 Staniforth (Hamilton Margaret5 Pightling, Mary4 Doig, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 13 May 1921 in Edmondton, Middlesex, England; died 7 Jun 1993 in Horwich, Lancashire, England.  She married (1) in Dec 1946 in Bolton, Lancashire, England John Bromiley, born 4 Mar 1922 in Bolton, Lancashire, England; died 11 May 1956 in Swansea Road, Llywdcoed, Aberdare, Glamorgan, Wales; (2) in May 1969 in Bolton, Lancashire, England Robert L. Marsh.

 

      Children of Phyllis M. Staniforth and John Bromiley were as follows:

      371      i           Kenneth Alan7 Bromiley, born 15 Jan 1947 in Farnworth, Lancashire, England; died Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England.

      372      ii          Paul Noel7 Bromiley, born 25 Aug 1948 in Bolton, Lancashire, England; died 20 Aug 2010 in Bolton, Lancashire, England.

 

 

255. Garnet Conway6 Pightling (Abe Garnet5, Mary4 Doig, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 15 May 1909 in Edmonton, Middlesex, England; died Nov 2005 in Kent, England.  He married in Jul 1932/32 in Edmonton, Middlesex, England Sylvia M. Alexander.

 

      Children of Garnet Conway Pightling and Sylvia M. Alexander were as follows:

      373      i           Pamela S.7 Pightling, born Jan 1933/33 in Stoke Newington, London, England.

      374      ii          Judith R.7 Pightling, born Oct 1937/37 in Marylebone, London, England.

 

 

257. Irene Mary Margaret6 Harvey (Mary Doig Irene5 Pightling, Mary4 Doig, John3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 11 Mar 1910 in Yarmouth, Norfolk, England; died 30 Jul 1995 in Muswell Hill, London, England.  She married on 10 Apr 1930 in Islington (Holborn), London, England Geoffrey Norman Barrenger, born 29 Jun 1904 in 29 Constantine Road, South End Green, Hampstead, Middlesex, England; died 26 Jan 1980 in Hornsey, London, England, son of Arthur Barrenger and Ettie F. Austin.

 

      Children of Irene Mary Margaret Harvey and Geoffrey Norman Barrenger were as follows:

+    375      i           Michael John7 Barrenger, born 31 May 1930 in St. Pancras, London, England; died 26 Sep 2018 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  He married Daphne Ethel Anna Fitt.

 

 

270. James6 Doig (James5, John4, Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1907 in Grangemouth, Stirling, Scotland; died 25 Jun 1952 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland.  He married on 29 Jun 1934 in Sacred Heart Church, Grangemouth, Stirling, Scotland Esther Burns, born 1913 in Grangemouth, Stirling, Scotland; died 2000 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland, daughter of Joseph Burns and Esther Watson Taylor.

 

Notes for James Doig

      James was an iron molder.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Bruce Doig and Catherine Burns.

 

Notes for Esther Burns

      MARRIAGE:

Witnesses were Bruce Doig and Catherine Burns.

 

      Children of James Doig and Esther Burns were as follows:

+    376      i           Mary7 Doig, born 1937 in Larbert, Stirling, Scotland; died 2005 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland.  She married Charles Reid.

 

 

272. Bruce6 Doig (James5, John4, Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 1913 in Larbert, Sirling, Scotland; died 24 May 1964 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland.  He married on 26 Apr 1935 in Bainsford Manse, Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland Janet Robertson Kennedy, born 1915 in Shotts, Lanark,  Scotland; died 2000 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland, daughter of James Kennedy and Jean (Jane) Rutherford.

 

Notes for Bruce Doig

      In 1935 Bruce was an iron moulder at 136 W. Carron, Falkirk.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witness to the wedding was Margaret Kennedy.

 

Notes for Janet Robertson Kennedy

      In 1935 Janet was a factory worker at 69 Gairdoch Street, Falkirk.

     

      MARRIAGE:

Witness to the wedding was Margaret Kennedy.

 

      Children of Bruce Doig and Janet Robertson Kennedy were as follows:

+    377      i           James7 Doig, born 1935 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland; died 2008 in Perth, WA, Australia.  He married Eunice M. M. (Anne) Cooper.

      378      ii          Jean Rutherford7 Doig, born 1939 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland; died 1999 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland.  She married in 1959 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland Thomas Nelson Stewart, born 1936 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland; died 1978 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland, son of Miss Green.

      379      iii         William Watson7 Doig, born 1944 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland.  He married in 1968 in Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland Margaret Laird Rafferty, born abt 1947 Of Falkirk, Stirling, Scotland.

 

 

281. William George6 Gray (Agnes Evans5 Dick, Agnes4 Doig, Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 5 Jul 1915 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada; died 11 May 2006 in Hospice, Jacksonville, Duval Co., FL.  He married on 31 Jan 1942 in New York City, NY Jane Gill, born 5 Dec 1920 in Manhattan, New York City, NY; died 20 Jun 2007 in Atlantic Beach, Duval Co., FL, daughter of Walter H. Gill.

 

Notes for William George Gray

      William and Jane had 4 children.

 

      Children of William George Gray and Jane Gill were as follows:

      380      i           Ashley Nan7 Gray, died 2004.

 

 

284. Nettie Barbara6 Doig (William Geekie5, Stewart4, Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 26 Jun 1923 in Mineola, Nassau Co., NY; died 12 Jul 2003 in Loudoun Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Leesburg, Loudoun Co., VA.  She married Paul Liston, born abt 1919.

 

Notes for Nettie Barbara Doig

      Nettie worked for the New York Telephone Co. She lived with her mother in 1977.

 

      Children of Nettie Barbara Doig and Paul Liston were as follows:

+    381      i           Carol7 Liston, born 1943.  She married Robert Watson.

 

 

285. Edward F.6 Doig (William Geekie5, Stewart4, Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 13 Aug 1929 in Floral Park, Nassau Co., NY.  He married in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY Jean Elizabeth Blackford, born 1 Mar 1932 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; died 10 Aug 2001 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY, daughter of Carl Blackford and Sophia Lenman.

 

Notes for Jean Elizabeth Blackford

      Edward worked for the A.& P. Stores. He visited Scotland twice in 1952 from his U.S. Army post in Germany.  He located some of his grandfather's cousins in Forfar.

 

      Children of Edward F. Doig and Jean Elizabeth Blackford were as follows:

      382      i           Susan7 Doig, born 18 Dec 1954 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY.  She married on 1 May 1983 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY Richard Musgrove.

      383      ii          Brian7 Doig, born 2 Sep 1962 in Queens, Queens Co., NY.  He married on 2 Sep 1990 Jo Anne Hilderbrandt.   Notes: In 1992 they live in Parlin, NJ.

 

 

286. Stewart6 Doig (Stewart5, Stewart4, Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 25 Dec 1922 in Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY; died 11 Sep 1996 in Belhaven, Beaufort Co., NC; buried 15 Sep 1996 in Belhaven, Beaufort Co., NC.  He married on 22 Aug 1952 Janet C. Culbertson, born 26 May 1930 in Pittsburgh, PA; died 30 Aug 2017 in Greenville, Pitt Co., NC, daughter of George Culbertson and Louella I. (---).

 

Notes for Stewart Doig

      Stewart enlisted in the service in WWII, and he became a commissioned officer.  He served in the South Pacific. After the war he attended Queen's College, graduating with a BA degree and a Masters.  He was an outstanding Social Studies teacher at The Wheatley School in Old Westbury from 1958 to 1979. He attended the South Nassau Unitarian Church in Freeport.

     

      Obituary: Doig - Stewart, passed away on Wednesday, September 11, 1996, at his home in Belhaven, NC. Memorial Services were hele on Sunday, September 15th in Belhaven and burial was private. Mr. Doig was born in Brooklyn on December 25, 1922, of parents Stewart and Anna. He served in the armed forces for four years during WWII, much of the time in the South Pacific. Upon release from the service, he attended N.Y.U. and received Batchelor's and Master's degrees from there. he was an outstanding Social Studies teacher at The Wheatley School in Old Westbury from 1958-1979 whe he and his wife Janet both retired. Stewart was a member of The South Nassau Unitarian Church in Freeport. He is survived by two sons, David of Bayport, NY and Robert of Farmingdale, NY; two daughters Lisa Conner of Greenville, NC and Christina Doig of Doylestown, PA. He leaves five grandchildren and a brother-in-law Ed Wolhrab of Yorktown Heights, NY. Donations in Stewart's name may be made to The Pamlico Tar River Foundation, 108 North Gladden St., Washington, NC 27889.

 

      Children of Stewart Doig and Janet C. Culbertson were as follows:

      384      i           David Andrew7 Doig, born 24 Sep 1956 in NY.  He married on 31 Dec 1990 in Clark Co., NV Rosemary C. Nolan.   Notes: In 1996 David lived in Bayport, NY.

      385      ii          Lisa7 Doig, born 1958 in Korea.  She married Mr. Conner.   Notes: Lisa was an adopted Korean orphan.

      386      iii         Christine Louise7 Doig, born 1964.   Notes: In 1996 Christine lived Doylestown, PA.

      387      iv         Robert7 Doig.   Notes: In 1996 Robert lived in Farmingdale, NY.

 

 

287. Ann Helene (Anna)6 Doig (Stewart5, Stewart4, Stewart3, James2, Margaret1 Smith), born 16 Dec 1925 in Queens, Queen Co., NY; died Apr 1987 in Yorktown Heights, Westchester Co., NY.  She married on 4 Oct 1947 Edward R. Wohlrab, born 21 Apr 1925 in NY; died 3 Mar 2019 in Yorktown Heights, NY, son of Gustave Wohlrab Sr. and Louise (---).

 

Notes for Ann Helene (Anna) Doig

      Anna was a secretary.

 

Notes for Edward R. Wohlrab

      Obituary - The Journal News, Mar. 6, 2019: