Children of Grace and John Dougill

 01. Joseph Dougill

1768-11-26 b. Darley, Hampsthwaite, Yorkshire TNA: PRO RG 6/1091
  educated at Gildersome School, Yorkshire source misplaced
1803-08-24 shop keeper, of Darley, Hampsthwaite; m. Jane Bilton (1776–1848, b. Hayshaw, near Dacre, Yorkshire, d. of William and Elizabeth (Vipont) Bilton), at Bradford fmh, Yorkshire PRO RG 6/785, /860, /1091, /1571; GRO index
Children: John (1803–1860, b. Darley), Grace (1807 – ?), and Elizabeth (1813–1813) RG 6/632, /633, /635, /889, /890, /909
1804-06-08 shop keeper, of Darley RG 6/632, /889
1807-06-13
1813-07-07
1822-06-02 yeoman, of Darley; d. RG 6/890, /912
1822-06-05 bur. Darley fbg, Yorkshire


02. Rachel Dougill

1771-02-26 b. Darley, Hampsthwaite, Yorkshire TNA: PRO RG 6/1091
1790-02-15 of Fewston, Yorkshire; m. Joseph Hobson (1769–1797, husbandman, of Birstwith, b. Weston, Yorkshire, son of John and Elizabeth (Gill) Hobson), by banns PRO RG 6/890, /905; Wharfedale & Craven Genealogy 2018, citing Fewston and Weston parish registers
Children: Joseph (1791 – after 1828) and Sarah (1794 – ?), both b. Birstwith, Hampsthwaite RG 6/1164, /1571; Hampsthwaite baptisms
1802-02-17 of Birstwith, Yorkshire; not in membership; d. RG 6/890, /905
1802-02-21 bur. Dacre, Yorkshire


03. Grace Dougill

1773-07-17 b. Dacre, Yorkshire TNA: PRO RG 6/1091
1773-12-11 of Dacre with Beverley, Ripon, Yorkshire d. PRO RG 6/1091, /1571
1773-12-14 bur. Dacre fbg


04. Sarah Dougill

1775-03-28 b. Daker with Beverley, Yorkshire TNA: PRO RG 6/1091
1797-04-11 clogger, of Crawshawbooth, Lancashire; m. Richard Binns (1777–1841, son of David and Ann (Robinson) Binns) at the Old meeting house, Dacre in Netherdale; both signed; witnesses: John Binns, cardmaker, Crawshawbooth; Joseph Spence, flax dresser, Birstwith; Thomas Thomasson, twist-spinner, Edgworth, Lancashire PRO RG 6/785, /862; Edward H. Milligan (2007) Biographical Dictionary of British Quakers in Commerce and Industry 1775–1920. York: Sessions Book Trust
Children: John (1798–1799), David (1799–1883), Ann (1801–1834), Hannah (1803–1868), Jane (1805–1808), Maria (1807–1834), George (1809–1879), Grace (1811–1890), Mary (1814–1816), Thomas (1815–1858), and James (1817–1818), all b. Crawshawbooth David Binns gedcom; Brian Davey: Thistlethwaite CD; Milligan (2007); Annual Monitor; censuses
1841 grocer, of Crawshaw Booth, Higher Booths, Rossendale, Whalley, living with three younger people, including a Hannah Spence TNA: PRO HO 107/506/12 f13 p9
1851 visitor with Isabella Thistlethwaite, confectioner, at 105 Oldham St, Manchester, Lancashire PRO HO 107/2229 f493 p15
1853-09-05 d. Manchester GRO index


05. John Dougill

1778-02-17 b. Menwith & Darley, Hampsthwaite, Yorkshire TNA: PRO RG 6/1091, /1571
1806-11-09 m. Charlotte Wright (cal 1785 – 1862), at St Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire "England Marriages, 1538–1973," database, FamilySearch: accessed 14 May 2016, John Dougill and Charlotte Wright, 09 Nov 1806, citing St Peter, Leeds, York, reference FHL microfilm 918,377; PRO HO 107/1344/12 f32 p33; GRO index
Children: John (1807–1876), Grace (1809 – after 1833), Eliza (1817 – ?), Jane (1819–1820), Joseph (1821 – ?), Charlotte (cal 1821 – 1862), Maria Elizabeth (1826–1883), and Robert Spence Dougill (1829–1882), all b. or bapt. Leeds PRO RG 6/633, /634, /887, /1067; GRO index; FamilySearch; HO 107/1344/12 f32 p33; "England Marriages, 1538–1973 ," database, FamilySearch: 10 February 2018, Sampson Taylor and Grace Dougill, 05 Jul 1833, citing St Peter, Leeds, York, reference index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, FHL microfilm 0918387-389; parish register
1807-10-24 flax dresser, of Leeds; not in membership RG 6/633, /887, /1067
1809-10-18 RG 6/634, /887, /1067
1820-01-23 of Water lane, Leeds parish register
1841 flax dresser, of Water Land, Holbeck, Yorkshire, living with his wife and presumed daughter HO 107/1344/12 f32 p33
1844-04-29 d. Leeds, "of apoplexy, aged 66. Mr John Dougill, foreman 20 years  to Messrs Titley, Tatham, and Walker. His death is deeply deplored by a large circle of relatives and friends." Leeds Intelligencer, 1844-05-11; GRO index

SUDDEN DEATH.—On Monday evening last, an inquest was held at the Moulder's Arms Inn, Holbeck, before Henry Nelson, Esq., deputy coroner, on the body of a man 66 years of age, named John Dougill, a flax dresser, residing in Water-lane, who was seized with apoplexy on Sunday afternoon whilst returning home, and died shortly afterwards.—Verdict—"Died by the visitation of God."

York Herald and Northern Star and Leeds General Advertiser, 1844-05-04


06. Robert Dougill

1783-06-23 b. Darley, Hampsthwaite, Yorkshire TNA: PRO RG 6/789, /1164
1794-1796 of Darley, Hampsthwaite; at Ackworth Ackworth School Centenary Committee (1879) List of the Boys and Girls admitted into Ackworth School 1779–1879. Ackworth
1804-10-29 butter factor, of St Peter, Leeds, Yorkshire; m. Ann Pawson (1780 – ?, of St Peter, Leeds, d. of Robert Pawson), at St Peter, Leeds, by banns; both signed parish register; "England Births and Christenings, 1538–1975," database, FamilySearch: 11 February 2018, Ann Pawson, 17 Feb 1780, citing index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City, FHL microfilm 918,375
Children: Grace (1806–1806), George (1807–1808), and Ann (1809 – ?), all b. Leeds PRO RG 6/633, /634, /887, /1067
1806-01-02 butter and bacon factor, of Leeds RG 6/633, /1067
1807-10-03 RG 6/633, /887, /1067
1809-09-06 butter factor, of Leeds RG 6/634, /887, /1067
1810-06-03 butter factor, of Leeds; d. RG 6/908, /1062, /1160
1810-06-07 bur. Meadow Lane fbg, Leeds


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