Name: David Doak
Death: 11 JUN 1787|
Father: James-Samuel DOAK b: ABT 1670 in Ballymena, County Antrim, Ulster, North Ireland
Mother: Elizabeth b: 1681
From: Joni Rabena (jrabena @ mcburney.ca)
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Sent: Sat 9/10/05 9:00 PM
To: JMKeene2000 @ hotmail.com
Looks like I'm in your family tree through the Doak line. I came through James Samual Doak's son, David, on and on until you find Lydia Doak who was my great grandmother. She married Jesse William Lee in 1883. Their son, Greenleaf Lee, was my grandfather.
All of my information came from people who posted their trees through Ancestry.com. I was under the impression for years (about 30) because I was told by my father's first cousins that the Doak name was Indian. I was researching my Dolan line when I decided for the heck of it to put in the name Doak and got it back to the 18th century! So now almost all of my ancestors originated in either Ireland or Scotland!
Anyway, if you are interested in my information from Lydia on down, please contact me.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Charles Smith Mary J. Castello November 10, 1836 St. Louis Missouri United States firstname.lastname@example.org Looking for information on Charles Smith before 1836. Born somewhere in the eastern United States.
Posted Query on Monday, February 19, 2007 for surname(s) SMITH
Posted Query on Monday, May 21, 2007 for surname(s) SMITH
SMITH posted by Joni Rabena on Monday, February 19, 2007
I need suggestions to find the family of John and Amelia SMITH listed on the 1860 census in Baltimore Hundred, Sussex, Delaware. John and his son were lighthouse keepers on the 1860 census. I believe this John may have been the first lighthouse keeper on Fenwick Island. I believe my great grandfather, William SMITH and his sister Josephine were the grandchildren of John and Amelia and lived with them. William (b approx 1860) is my great grandfather. Any help in tracking this family after 1860 will be greatly appreciated.
- William Doak
- Alexander Doak