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Alexander Mason Doak MP (1819 - 1903)

Ann Breckenridge (Doak) MP (c.1718 - 1748)

From her WeRelate page: There is conflicting information on the parentage of Anne Doak. One submitter claimed that she was the daughter of James and Elizabeth Doak, other sources indicate that she ...

David Doak MP (1702 - c.1787)

David Davis Doak MP (1740 - 1779)

Eleanor Campbell (Doak) MP (deceased)

Eleanor Doak MP (1740 - 1834)

Elizabeth Doak (McClure) MP (1819 - 1876)

Elizabeth Doak MP (1674 - 1713)

Elizabeth Doak (Mitchell) MP (deceased)

Elizabeth Thankful McTeer (Doak) MP (c.1747 - 1848)

From "Descendants of James Doak" by Joseph A. Payne: Elizabeth Thankful3 DOAK, (Samuel2 DOAK, James1) was born Jan 14, 1746/1747 at Fisherville, Tinkling Spring, Augusta Co., Va. Elizabeth ma...

Emily Doak (George) MP (deceased)

Esther Houston Doak (Montgomery) MP (1755 - 1807)

Esther Houston Montgomery formerly Houston Born February 27, 1755 [location unknown] Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown] [sibling(s) unknown] Wife of Samuel Doak — married [date unknown] ...

Hannah Doak (Breckinridge) MP (deceased)

Isabel Milliken (Doak) MP (1753 - 1803)

James Samuel Doak MP (1670 - 1727)

Jane Brown (Doak) MP (1737 - 1830)

Jane Doak (Finley) MP (c.1705 - c.1775)

Jane Doak (Mitchell) MP (c.1711 - c.1772)

Jane Rowe Rice (Doak) MP (1787 - 1828)

Birth: Sep. 11, 1780 Greene County North Carolina, USA Death: Jan. 10, 1828 2nd Wife of Col David Rice; married 1815 Father: Rev Samuel Doak* Mother: Esther Houston Montgomery Family links: Par...

Jane Doak (Alexander) MP (1773 - d.)

Jane Berry (Doak) MP (deceased)

Jennet Doak (Alexander) MP (deceased)

John Doak MP (1744 - d.)

John Whitfield Doak, Rev. MP (1778 - 1820)

John Doak MP (1700 - 1770)

Dr. John Newton Doak MP (1812 - 1881)

Julia Lowry (Doak) MP (1776 - 1857)

Lucinda Baldridge (Doak) MP (1782 - 1825)

Margaret Doak (Shields) MP (1775 - 1816)

Margaretta Doak (Houston) MP (1762 - 1831)

Martha Doak (Payne) MP (deceased)

Martha Doak (Snapp) MP (deceased)

Mary Montgomery Doak MP (1792 - d.)

Mary Doak MP (1753 - 1833)

Mary Tate (Doak) MP (1720 - 1801)

Mary Brown (Doak) MP (c.1759 - d.)

Mary Doak MP (deceased)

Mary Breckenridge (Doak) MP (c.1744 - 1850)

Mary Tate (Doak) MP (1724 - c.1785)

Nancy Mitchell (Doak) MP (1790 - 1850)

Robert Doak MP (c.1698 - 1796)

Col. Robert Doak MP (c.1751 - d.)

Rev. Samuel Witherspoon Doak MP (1785 - 1864)

Samuel Doak MP (1710 - 1772)

From "Descendants of James Doak" by Joseph A. Payne: Samuel 2 DOAK, (James 1 DOAK) was born about 1710 at Ulster, Ireland, and about 1740 at CHESTER CO, Pa, married (34) Jane MITCHELL who was...

Rev. Samuel Doak, Jr., D.D. MP (1749 - 1830)

Samuel Doak (1749–1830) was an American Presbyterian clergyman and educator, a pioneer in the movement for the abolition of slavery. Wikipedia From "Descendants of James Doak" by Joseph A. Payne: ...

Samuel Doak MP (1648 - c.1681)

Col. Samuel Alexander Doak MP (1773 - 1836)

Samuel Doak MP (1700 - c.1772)

Sarah Houston Doak (McEwen) MP (1792 - 1864)

Thankful Finley (Doak) MP (1707 - 1791)

Children: 12 + George3 FINLEY c. Jan 30 1742 + d.aAug 22 1810 13 + Robert FINLEY c. Apr 21 1745 d.aJan 14 1820 14 + Margaret FINLEY b. Nov 21 1746 d.aSep 17 1802 15 + John FINLEY b.c 1751 16 + Jea...

Thankful Hall (Doak) MP (c.1743 - c.1790)

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Tioka Doak (Apukshunnubbee) MP (c.1795 - 1820)

Doak MP (deceased)

? Doak MP (c.1851 - c.1851)

Abner Vernon Doak MP (1905 - 1948)

Abner Doak MP (1870 - d.)

Ada Doak Doak (Ridgeway) MP (deceased)

Ada Alberta Atkins (Doak) MP (1877 - 1945)

Adam Doak MP (1886 - 1941)

Adam J Doak MP (1855 - 1932)

Addie Bode (Doak) MP (deceased)

Adelia Melissa Anderson (Doak) MP (b. - 1987)

Adeline Kennedy (Doak) MP (1860 - d.)

Adeline Doak (Donnell) MP (1802 - 1861)

Buried in Walker Cemetery, Cross Timbers, Hickory County, Missouri.

Adeline Doak (Gonter) MP (1855 - 1945)

Adrienne Dorothy Lowery (Doak) MP (1955 - 2013)

Aelemera Prudence Doak MP (deceased)

Aelemera died in childhood and is buried in Walker Cemetery, Cross Timbers, Hickory County, Missouri.

Agnes Doak MP (deceased)

Agnes Langfitt (Doak) MP (1831 - d.)

Agnes Doak (Ferribee) MP (deceased)

Agnes Doak MP (deceased)

Agnes Doak (Hall) MP (c.1841 - d.)

Agnes Doak MP (1901 - d.)

Agnes Doak (Irwin) MP (1747 - d.)

Agnes McMeekin (Doak) MP (deceased)

Agnes Doak (Hall) MP (deceased)

Alanson Foster Doak MP (deceased)

Alanson Foster Doak MP (1805 - 1883)

Buried in Walker Cemetery, Cross Timbers, Hickory County, Missouri.

Alanson Foster Doak MP (1856 - 1925)

Alanson F Doak MP (1856 - 1880)

Alba Doak MP (deceased)

Albert Doak MP (deceased)

Albert Doak MP (deceased)

Alcinda Jane Woodward (Doak) MP (1822 - 1892)

MRS. ALCINDA JANE DOAK WOODWARDMrs. Alcinda Jane Doak Woodward, one of the oldest residents of Staunton, died at her residence on N. Coalter street, Saturday evening, in her 71st year. She was the wife...

Alek Doak MP (deceased)

Alexander E. Doak MP (1876 - d.)

Census: 1900 Centreville, Tyler Co., WV., age 24, single, Teacher, at home

Alexander Arlum Doak MP (deceased)

Alexander Doak MP (1846 - 1920)

DAVIS, THE SETTLERS OF SALEM, WEST VIRGINIA, by Susie Davis Nicholson, Salem, West Virginia, 1992. p. 83

Alexander Doak MP (1836 - d.)

Alexander Doak MP (1805 - 1889)

Census: 1850 in Tyler Co, WV Father: Samuel Doak Mother: Elizabeth Malseed , THE SETTLERS OF SALEM, WEST VIRGINIA, by Susie Davis Nicholson, Salem, West Virginia, 1992. p. 89

Alexander Doak MP (1854 - d.)

Alexander Doak MP (deceased)

Alexander Shields Doak, Sr. MP (deceased)

Alexander Doak MP (deceased)

Alexander Doak MP (1763 - 1820)

Served As Lieutanant under Brother William Doak In the Revolutionary War. Alexanders Will Bowling Green Ky Oct 18 1820 is in The Old Union Baptist Church Cem Warren County Ky

Alexander Doak MP (1763 - 1820)

Alexander Park Doak MP (1810 - 1856)

Alexander Duran Doak MP (deceased)

Alfaretta-[Fritzi] Doak (Gartner) MP (deceased)

Alfred Doak MP (deceased)

Died young. DAVIS, THE SETTLERS OF SALEM, WEST VIRGINIA, by Susie Davis Nicholson, Salem, West Virginia, 1992. p. 83