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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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John DOSS

NOTES: Served in Revolutionary War and may have also been a circuit riding preacher.


Amy KEESEE

NOTES: She apparently just had the one child and then died, wheither in childbirth or shortly after is not known. I can not locate any other children's names.


John DOSS

NOTES: Served in Revolutionary War and may have also been a circuit riding preacher.


William DOSS

CENSUS RECORDS: 9 Aug 1850 Dist#1, Logan, Kentucky film #442979, page #2, family #21/21
DOSS, William age 35, male, farmer, $1500, KY
DOSS, Nancy D. age 18, female, VA
ELMORE, Lucy F. age 10, female, attends school, MS

CENSUS RECORDS: 6 July 1860 Dist.#1, Adairsville PO, Logan, Kentucky page #403, family #508/490
DOSS, Wm. age 42, male, farmer, $13,600 & $2500, TN
DOSS, Nancy age 25, female, housekeeper, VA
DOSS, Milly age 8, female, attends school, KY
DOSS, Azariah age 6, female, attends school, KY
DOSS, Thomas age 5, male, KY
DOSS, Peter age 2, male, KY
DOSS, Franklin age 10/12, male, KY

CENSUS RECORDS: 11 July 1870 Dist #150, Franklin PO, Simpson, Kentucky page #113, family #187/187
DORCE, William age 57, male, farmer, $4000 & $600, TN
DORCE, Nancy age 36, female, TN
DORCE, Azariah age 17, male, KY
DORCE, Thomas age 15, male, KY
DORCE, Peter age 13, male, KY
DORCE, Francis age 11, male, KY
DORCE, Elizabeth age 5, female, Ky

CENSUS RECORDS: 11 June 1880 Middleton, Simpson, Kentucky page #444, family #132/137
DOSS, William head, age 65, farmer, KY NC KY
DOSS, Nancy wife, age 42, keeps house, VA VA VA
DOSS, A. T. son, age 28, single, KY KY VA
DOSS, Thomas son, age 24, single, KY KY VA
DOSS, William son, age 22, single, KY KY VA
DOSS, B. F. son, age 20, single, KY KY VA
DOSS, M. E. dau, age 15, single, KY KY VA
SIMMON, Eugene boarder, age 10, single, KY TN TN
(Their daughter Millie is listed right after with her husband and family.)


Nancy D. ELMORE

A Lucy F. Elmore age 10 in 1850 born in Mississippi was living with William and Nancy. Was she Nancy's sister???

She was 18 in 1850.

She was 25 in 1860.

She was 36 in 1870.

She was 42 in 1880.


Azariah T. DOSS

He was 6 iin 1860.

He is 17 in 1870 living with his parents and there is also an Azariah T. who is 19 in 1870 living in the home of Joseph Stinson in Gum Pct, Simpson, Kentucky. Are they the same person???

He was 28 single and living with his parents in 1880.


Benjamin Franklin DOSS

He was 10 months old in 1860.

He is 11 in 1870 listed as Francis.

He was 20 single and living with his parents in 1880.


Mary Elizabeth DOSS

She is 5 in 1870.

She was 15 in 1880.


Azariah DOSS Jr.

He was married by his mothers's brother the Rev. John Ayres.


William CHOAT

He was 40 in 1850.


Anna DOSS

Info received from Helen Griffith of Lexington, Kentucky.

She was under 10 in 1820.

MARRIAGES: Wayne County, Kentucky

CENSUS RECORDS: 23 Sep 1850 Division #1, Wayne County, Kentucky page #334, family #740/740
CHOAT, William age 40, male, farmer, KY
CHOAT, Anny age 36, female, KY
CHOAT, Jasper age 16, male, KY
CHOAT, Granville age 12, male, KY
CHOAT, Cinthia A. age 10, female, KY
CHOAT, Joel B. age 8, male, KY
CHOAT, Salley E. age 6, female, KY
CHOAT, William age 4, male, KY
CHOAT, Martin A. age 2, male, KY


Jasper CHOAT

He was 16 in 1850.


Granville CHOAT

He was 12 in 1850.


Cinthia A. CHOAT

She was 10 in 1850.


Joel Burgess CHOAT

He was 8 in 1850.


Sally E. CHOAT

She was 6 in 1850.


William CHOAT

He was 4 in 1850.


Martin A. CHOAT

He was 2 in 1850.


James Edward HAMMACK

NEWSPAPERS: James Edward HAMMACK, 73, well known Clay resident, died at his home Thursday night at 11:30 after a long illness of tuberculosis. He had been in ill health for several years but had been confined to bed in his last illness only about three weeks. His condition had been critical throughout that time. A lifelong resident of Webster county, Mr. Hammack was the son of the late Morgan B. and Nancy Hammack. He was married on November 12, 1889, to Miss Morris WICKS, who survives him. They celebrated their golden wedding anniversary in November, 1939. He had been a member of the Missionary Baptist church since his youth, for many years in the Rock Spring church, and for the past 20 years in the First Baptist church of Clay, in which he was a deacon at the time of his death. He was devoted to his church and was considered by all who knew him an outstanding example of a Christian gentleman. Surviving him besides his wife are three sons, Rev. C. L. Hammack of Richmond, Va., Rev. W. G. Hammack of Pewee Valley, Ky., and Rev. David S. Hammack of Lawrenceville, Va.; six daughters, Mrs. G. L. WITHERS of Dixon, Mrs. N. B. WALLACE of Clay, Mrs. Bailey SKINNER of Fort Warren, Wyoming, Mrs. P. J. HAMPTON of Memphis, Tenn., Mrs. Kay SISK and Mrs. J. Edgar PRIDE of Clay; one brother, S. C. Hammack of the Clay country; and a half brother, Dr. Will Hammack of Madisonville. Eleven grandchildren and one great grandchild also survive. Funeral services were conducted Saturday afternoon at four o'clock at the First Baptist church in Clay with the pastor, the Rev. R.T. MILLER, in charge. Burial was in the I.O.O.F. cemetery at Clay. Pall bearers were W. W. JOHNSON, N. C. Hammack, A. S. DORROH, Daron QUIREY, W. A. BLACKWELL, and W. I. COOK. Undated article. Compiler's note: Contributor of this obituary, Helen Withers Griffith, (helen-griffith@home.com) sends the additional information that James Edward Hammack was born May 4, 1868 and died May 29, 1941.


Mary Elizabeth WICKS

She was 4 months old in 1870 and was listed as Marian.

OBITUARY:Messenger & Inquirer, August 7, 1963.
Mrs. J. E. HAMMACK, 93, died Monday at Providence. She is survived by six daughters, Mrs. G. L. WITHERS and Mrs. Key SISK, both of Dixon, Mrs. Neal WALLACE of Clay, Mrs. Bailey SKINNER of Clearwater, Florida Mrs. J. B. HAMPTON of Memphis, Tennessee and Mrs. Edgar PRIDE of Murray, and a son, the Rev. David S. Hammack, Richmond, Virginia. The body is at the Edwards Funeral Home, Owensboro, Kentucky.
(Compiler's note: Contributor of this obituary, Helen Withers Griffith, (helen-griffith@home.com) sends the additional information that Mrs. J. E. Hammack was born 10 February 1870 in Webster County, Kentucky the daughter of James W. WICKS and Susan Nancy DOSS. Her name was Mary Elizabeth but she was known throughout her life as "Morris".)


Thomas Jefferson DOSS

He was 5 in 1860.

He was 15 in 1870.

He was 24 single and living with his parents in 1880.

He was 44 in 1900, said he had been married for 19 years and they were living in Middleton, Simpson, Kentucky.

CENSUS RECORDS: 26 Jan 1920 Makeley Border Rd, Pembroke, Christian, Kentucky page #72, family #224/225
DOSS, Thomas J. head, age 67, md, farmer, KY KY KY
DOSS, Elizabeth wife, age 61, md, KY KY KY
DOSS, Nathan R. son, age 30, md, laborer on home farm, KY KY KY
DOSS, Velma dau, age 27, single, KY KY KY
DOSS, Thomas F. son, age 25, single, laborer on home farm, KY KY KY
DOSS, Iva dau, age 22, single, KY KY KY
DOSS, Lawrence son, age 20, single, laborer on home farm, KY KY KY
DOSS, Lucille dau-in-law, age 18, md, KY KY KY

HISTORY: DOSS, Thomas was a farmer in Simpson County, Kentucky and his wife, Bettie taught in a college in Franklin, Kentucky. While Iva was still a little girl, the family moved to Christian County where they bought a farm near Casky.

Tombstone gives year of birth as 1859.

DEATH INDEX: Kentucky Death Index 1911-2000
DOSS, Thos. J. age 80, Vol.#29, Cert.#14052, Residence: Christian County


Bettie Elizabeth HARRIS

She was 49 in 1900 and said she was the mother of 8 children and all were still living.

She was 61 in 1920.

DEATH INDEX: Kentucky Death Index 1911-2000
DOSS, Bettie E. age 64, Vol.2, Cert.#559, Residence: Hopkinsville


Thomas Floyd DOSS

He was 5 in 1900.

He was 25 and single living with his parents in 1920.


Lawrence E. DOSS

He was 1 in 1900.

He was 20 and single living with his parents in 1920.

DEATH INDEX: Kentucky Death Index 1911-2000
DOSS, Lawrence E. age 68, Vol.43, Cert.#21228, Residence: Christian County.

DEATH INDEX: Social Security Death Index
DOSS, Lawrence E. born 25 Dec 1898


James WEST

He was 32 in 1880 listed right after his in-laws William and Nancy DOSS. Says his parents were born in KY and AL.


Millie DOSS

She was 8 in 1860.

She was 30 in 1880.


John WEST

He was 10 in 1880.


William WEST

He was 7 in 1880.


Thomas WEST

He was 4 in 1880.


Charles WEST

He was 1 month old in 1880.