Samuel ("Daggett") Doggett
|Birthplace:||Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States|
|Death:||Died in Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States|
|Place of Burial:||Marshfield, Plymouth, MA, USA|
Son of Thomas Daggett and Hannah Daggett
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About Samuel ("Daggett") Doggett
 1652 - 15 Sep 1725
BIRTH: 1652, Weymouth, Suffolk, MA
DEATH: 15 Sep 1725, Marshfield, Plymouth, MA
Father: Thomas DOGGETT
Mother: Elizabeth HUMPHREY
Family 1 : Mary ROGERS
MARRIAGE: 24 Jan 1682, Marshfield, Plymouth, MA
Family 2 : Bathsheba HOLMES
MARRIAGE: 21 Jan 1691, Marshfield, Plymouth, MA
_________________ ____________________| | |_________________ _Thomas DOGGETT _____|
| | _________________ | |____________________| | |_________________ | |--Samuel DAGGETT | | _Jonas HUMPHREY _ | _Jonas Sr HUMPHREY _| | | |_Ann ____________ |_Elizabeth HUMPHREY _|
| _Unknown COLEY __ |_Frances COLEY _____| |_________________
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"A History of the Doggett-Daggett Family"
Doggett, Samuel Bradlee Press Rockwell & Churchill, Boston, MA, 1895 (Republished 1979), 723 pgs.
"New England Marriages Prior to 1700" Clarence A. Torrey, Baltimore, MD, 1985 pp. 224-225 DOGGED/DOGGETT, Samuel & 1/wf Mary ROGGERS/ROGERS (1668-1690); 24 Jan 16--, 24 Jan 1682, 1682/3?; Marshfield DOGGETT, Samuel & 2/wf Bathsheba HOLMES; 21 Jan 1691; 1691/2; Marshfield
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Daggett is also spelled Dogged, Doged and Doggett.
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Samuel Daggett was born in 1652 in Weymouth, Norfolk County, Massachusetts. His parents were Thomas and Elizabeth Daggett.
He moved to Marshfield with his parents when he was quite young.
In Marshfield he was and served as townsman, constable, t
ythingman, grand juryman, and collector of rates.
He married Mary Rogers on January 24, 1682.
Mary was born March 10, 1665 and was the daughter of John Rogers.
Samuel and Mary's children included:
Samuel Daggett (1683, died as an infant),
Samuel Daggett (1685, married Bethiah Waterman),
Mary Daggett (1687), and Sarah Daggett Allen (1689, married John Allen).
On March 20, 1681 he inherited one-half of all his father's lands.
Mary died in April 15, 1690.
His second wife was Bathsheba Holmes. She born in 1670 in Marshfield and was the daughter of Abraham
Holmes and Elizabeth Arnold. Samuel and Bathsheba married on January 21, 1691.
Samuel and Bathsheba's children included:
Elizabeth Daggett Hall (1691, married Sylvanus Hall),
Ebenezer Daggett (1693),
Bathsheba Daggett Kent Oxenbridge (1695, married John Kent and Oxenbridge Thatcher),
John Daggett (1697), and
Isaac Daggett (1699), Lydia Daggett (1703), Seth Daggett (1705), and Abigail Daggett (1711/12).
Samuel died in Marshfield on September 15, 1725 and was buried in Cedar Grove Cemetery.
Bathsheba, the mother, died in Marshfield on April 17, 1747.
Samuel's granddaughter, Sarah Kent, married her stepbrother, Oxenbridge Thacher, Jr., in 1741.
Sarah died of smallpox in 1764 and Oxenbridge
died of the effects of a live virus inoculation against the disease in 1765.
n Phillis Wheatley: Biography of a Genius in Bondage,
Vincent Carretta says that her earliest poem was about their deaths.
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Before 1752 the year began on Lady Day, March 25th,.
Dates between January 1st and March 24th were at the end of the year.
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A constable was an elected official who was responsible for keeping the peace.
His duties were more limited than the sheriff's.
He apprehended and punished offenders, helped settle estates, and collected taxes.
Marshfield, Plymouth County, Massachusetts was established in 1620 by Edward Winslow.
The area was originally referred to as "Green's Harbor."
When it was set off as a town from Plymouth Plantation in 1640, i
t was named "Rexhame" and later renamed "Marshfield."
A tythingman was responsible for the moral behavior of a group of neighbors.
He had the authority to bring problems to the court.
Genealogical and Personal Memoirs, Volume 3 edited by William Richard Cutter
Samuel Doggett, son of Thomas Doggett (1), was born in Weymouth, Massachusetts, in 1652,
and was probably taken to Marshfield, Massachusetts, when an infant.
He received from his father, March 20, 1681, one-half of all his lands in Middleboro and places adjacent, and in the instrument is called "my well beloved son."
He was transcribed on the list of freemen for Marshfield, and served as townsman, constable, tithingman, grand juryman, and collector of rates. In the record of the town meetings of Marshfield is the following:
In pursuance of the order of the last court for the raising money for the present expedition against the barbarous enemy Indians, Samuel Doggett, Anthony Eames, Ephraim Little and John Foster promised to lend the town 20s apiece to be repaid again by the next town rate.
He died in Marshfield, Massachusetts, September 15, 1725, and was buried in the Cedar Grove cemetery.
He married, first, in Marshfield, Massachusetts, January 24, 1682, Mary Rogers, daughter of John Rogers; died in Marshfield, Massachusetts, April 15, 1690;
married, second, in Marshfield, Massachusetts, January 21, 1691, Bathsheba Holmes, daughter of Abraham and Elizabeth (Arnold) Holmes, and granddaughter of the Rev. Samuel Arnold; died in Marshfield, Massachusetts, April 17, 1747.
Children, born in Marshfield: 1. Samuel, December 24, 1683, died young. 2. Samuel, April 7, 1685. 3. Mary, April 26, 1687. 4. Sarah. April 7, 1689. 5. Elizabeth, November 3, 1691, married, January 13, 1725-26, Sylvanus Hall, of Plymouth, son of Elisha and Lydia Hall, born in Yarmouth, Massachusetts. May 17, 1693. 6. Ebenezer, November 22, 1693. 7. Bathsheba, June 18, 1695. 8. John, March 29, 1697. 9. Isaac, February 6, 1699 10. Lydia, October 26,1703. 11. Seth, October 22, 1705. 12. Abigail, March 14, 1711-12.
Cutter's work is available on CD CD: Genealogical And Personal Memoirs: Relating to the Families of Boston and Eastern Massachusetts, Parts 1 & 2 European and indiginous American fought fierce battles as the Europeans expanded their territory. Savage's Classic is still available.
A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England by James Savage, John Farmer, Orlando Perry Dexter published by Little, Brown and Company, 1860
Samuel [Daggett], Marshfield, prob. br. of the preced. m. 24 Jan. 1682, Mary Rogers, wh. d. Apr. 1690, and on 21 Jan. 1691, Bathsheba Holmes, d. prob. of John.
By the first were b. Samuel, Mary, and Sarah;
by the sec. Eliz. Ebenezer, Bathsheba, John, and Isaac, all bapt. 27 Sept. 1702; and afterwards Lydia, Persis, Seth, and Abigail.
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d.15 Apr 1690 Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
werelate.com: Samuel Daggett b.Abt 1652 Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States d.15 Sep 1725 Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Parents and Siblings (edit) F. Thomas Doggett Abt 1607 - 1692 M. Elizabeth Foster est 1610 - est 1653 m. Abt 1643 Samuel Daggett Abt 1652 - 1725 Spouse and Children (edit) H. Samuel Daggett Abt 1652 - 1725 W. Mary Rogers - 1690 m. 24 Jan 1681/82 Samuel Daggett 1683 - 1745 Spouse and Children (edit) H. Samuel Daggett Abt 1652 - 1725 W. Bathsheba Holmes m. 21 Jan 1690/91 Name Samuel Daggett Gender Male Birth Abt 1652 Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States Marriage 24 Jan 1681/82 Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States to Mary Rogers Marriage 21 Jan 1690/91 Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States to Bathsheba Holmes Death 15 Sep 1725 Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States Residence? Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States ▼References ↑ Cutter, William Richard. Genealogical and personal memoirs relating to the families of Boston and eastern Massachusetts. (New York: Lewis Publishing Co., 1908), Vol. 3, p. 1223. Samuel Doggett, s/o Thomas Doggett and Elizabeth (Humphrey) Fry, b. Weymouth 1652, d. Marshfield 15 Sep 1725, m. (1) Marshfield 24 Jan 1682 Mary Rogers, m. (2) Marshfield 21 Jan 1691 Bathsheba Holmes.
↑ 2.0 2.1 Sherman, Robert M., and Ruth Wilder Sherman. Vital Records of Marshfield, Massachusetts to the Year
1850. (East Greenwich, Rhode Island: Society of Mayflower Descendants in the State of Rhode Island, 1970), p. 400.
DOGGETT, Samuel, died 15 September, 1725, aged 73 years.
Samuel ("Daggett") Doggett's Timeline
Weymouth, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United States
April 7, 1685
Marshfield, Plymouth County, MA, USA
April 26, 1687
April 7, 1689
Marshfield, Plymouth, MA, USA
November 3, 1691
Marshfield, MA, USA
November 22, 1693
Marshfield, MA, USA
June 18, 1695
Marshfield, Norfolk, Massachusetts
March 29, 1697
Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA