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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Azariah DOSS Jr.

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


Lydia Ann DOSS

She died at her brother George W. Doss's house.


Lydia Ann DOSS

She died at her brother George W. Doss's house.


George William DOSS Sr.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1840 Moreau Twp, Morgan, Missouri page #171
George W. DOSS 2 males under 5 (George & Seth), 1 male 20 to 30 (?), 1 male 30 to 40 (George W.), 1 female under 5 (Lydia), 1 female 30 to 40 (Sabaie)

CENSUS RECORDS: 28 Aug 1850 Fristoe Twp, Benton, Missouri page #280, family #105/105
DOSS, G. W. age 48, male, farmer, $480, VA
DOSS, S. M. age 22, female, IN
DOSS, L. A. E. age 14, female, IN
DOSS, Geo. W. Jr. age 12, male, IN
DOSS, Seth B. age 10, male, MO
DOSS, John H. age 2, male, MO
DOSS, S. E. age 9/12, female, MO

CENSUS RECORDS: 18 June 1860 Warsaw PO, Benton, Missouri page #257, family #125/123
DOSS, George W. age 61, male, farmer, $1600 & $1163, VA
DOSS, Sarah age 33, female, IN
DOSS, John age 12, male, attends school, MO
DOSS, Sarah age 10, female, attends school, MO
DOSS, Bushrod age 8, male, attends school, MO
DOSS, Burn age 6, male, attends school, MO
DOSS, William age 1, male, MO

NOTES: Records on Ancestry says he died at Jefferson Barracks in Missouri, but I am not sure where that is at. Received an email that says that Jefferson Barracks was located in the south part of St. Louis and was a Veterans Facility and Hospital. I found that there was a G. W. DOSS, US Army, who died 1 Jan 1864 and is buried at Jefferson Barracks in plot #24-0-5398. I also found that there was a George W. DOSS who served as a musican in the 8th Regiment of the Missouri State Militia Cavalry in the Union Army. I am thinking these two men are one in the same but not my George W. Doss.

NOTES: I found this little history on the net: Jefferson Barracks, established in 1826 as the country’s first “Infantry School of Practice,” served as a major military installation until 1946. Named in honor of former President Thomas Jefferson, the post played an important role in westward expansion. Jefferson Barracks served as a gathering point for troops and supplies bound for service in the Mexican War, Civil War, various Indian conflicts, Spanish-American War, Philippine War, World War I and World War II. Jefferson Barracks also served as the first Army Air Corps basic training site. Stephan W. Kearny, Zachary Taylor, Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, U. S. Grant, William T. Sherman and Philip Sheridan were a few of the famous Americans to serve at Jefferson Barracks.


George William DOSS Sr.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1840 Moreau Twp, Morgan, Missouri page #171
George W. DOSS 2 males under 5 (George & Seth), 1 male 20 to 30 (?), 1 male 30 to 40 (George W.), 1 female under 5 (Lydia), 1 female 30 to 40 (Sabaie)

CENSUS RECORDS: 28 Aug 1850 Fristoe Twp, Benton, Missouri page #280, family #105/105
DOSS, G. W. age 48, male, farmer, $480, VA
DOSS, S. M. age 22, female, IN
DOSS, L. A. E. age 14, female, IN
DOSS, Geo. W. Jr. age 12, male, IN
DOSS, Seth B. age 10, male, MO
DOSS, John H. age 2, male, MO
DOSS, S. E. age 9/12, female, MO

CENSUS RECORDS: 18 June 1860 Warsaw PO, Benton, Missouri page #257, family #125/123
DOSS, George W. age 61, male, farmer, $1600 & $1163, VA
DOSS, Sarah age 33, female, IN
DOSS, John age 12, male, attends school, MO
DOSS, Sarah age 10, female, attends school, MO
DOSS, Bushrod age 8, male, attends school, MO
DOSS, Burn age 6, male, attends school, MO
DOSS, William age 1, male, MO

NOTES: Records on Ancestry says he died at Jefferson Barracks in Missouri, but I am not sure where that is at. Received an email that says that Jefferson Barracks was located in the south part of St. Louis and was a Veterans Facility and Hospital. I found that there was a G. W. DOSS, US Army, who died 1 Jan 1864 and is buried at Jefferson Barracks in plot #24-0-5398. I also found that there was a George W. DOSS who served as a musican in the 8th Regiment of the Missouri State Militia Cavalry in the Union Army. I am thinking these two men are one in the same but not my George W. Doss.

NOTES: I found this little history on the net: Jefferson Barracks, established in 1826 as the country’s first “Infantry School of Practice,” served as a major military installation until 1946. Named in honor of former President Thomas Jefferson, the post played an important role in westward expansion. Jefferson Barracks served as a gathering point for troops and supplies bound for service in the Mexican War, Civil War, various Indian conflicts, Spanish-American War, Philippine War, World War I and World War II. Jefferson Barracks also served as the first Army Air Corps basic training site. Stephan W. Kearny, Zachary Taylor, Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, U. S. Grant, William T. Sherman and Philip Sheridan were a few of the famous Americans to serve at Jefferson Barracks.


Sabaie

She was a Cherokee Indian according to family stories.


George William DOSS Sr.

CENSUS RECORDS: 1840 Moreau Twp, Morgan, Missouri page #171
George W. DOSS 2 males under 5 (George & Seth), 1 male 20 to 30 (?), 1 male 30 to 40 (George W.), 1 female under 5 (Lydia), 1 female 30 to 40 (Sabaie)

CENSUS RECORDS: 28 Aug 1850 Fristoe Twp, Benton, Missouri page #280, family #105/105
DOSS, G. W. age 48, male, farmer, $480, VA
DOSS, S. M. age 22, female, IN
DOSS, L. A. E. age 14, female, IN
DOSS, Geo. W. Jr. age 12, male, IN
DOSS, Seth B. age 10, male, MO
DOSS, John H. age 2, male, MO
DOSS, S. E. age 9/12, female, MO

CENSUS RECORDS: 18 June 1860 Warsaw PO, Benton, Missouri page #257, family #125/123
DOSS, George W. age 61, male, farmer, $1600 & $1163, VA
DOSS, Sarah age 33, female, IN
DOSS, John age 12, male, attends school, MO
DOSS, Sarah age 10, female, attends school, MO
DOSS, Bushrod age 8, male, attends school, MO
DOSS, Burn age 6, male, attends school, MO
DOSS, William age 1, male, MO

NOTES: Records on Ancestry says he died at Jefferson Barracks in Missouri, but I am not sure where that is at. Received an email that says that Jefferson Barracks was located in the south part of St. Louis and was a Veterans Facility and Hospital. I found that there was a G. W. DOSS, US Army, who died 1 Jan 1864 and is buried at Jefferson Barracks in plot #24-0-5398. I also found that there was a George W. DOSS who served as a musican in the 8th Regiment of the Missouri State Militia Cavalry in the Union Army. I am thinking these two men are one in the same but not my George W. Doss.

NOTES: I found this little history on the net: Jefferson Barracks, established in 1826 as the country’s first “Infantry School of Practice,” served as a major military installation until 1946. Named in honor of former President Thomas Jefferson, the post played an important role in westward expansion. Jefferson Barracks served as a gathering point for troops and supplies bound for service in the Mexican War, Civil War, various Indian conflicts, Spanish-American War, Philippine War, World War I and World War II. Jefferson Barracks also served as the first Army Air Corps basic training site. Stephan W. Kearny, Zachary Taylor, Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, U. S. Grant, William T. Sherman and Philip Sheridan were a few of the famous Americans to serve at Jefferson Barracks.


Sarah Minerva SHULL

She was 22 in 1850.

She was 33 in 1860.


John H. DOSS

He was 2 in 1850.

He was 12 in 1860 and was attending school.


Sarah E. DOSS

She was 9 months old in 1850.

She was 10 in 1860 and was attending school.


Bushrod DOSS

He was 8 in 1860 and was attending school.


Burn DOSS

He was 6 in 1860 and was attending school.


William DOSS

He was 1 in 1860.