Doty-Doten Family in America: Descendants of Edward Doty, an Emigrant by the Mayflower, 1620

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E.A. Doty, 1897 - History - 1035 pages
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Edward Doty (d.1655) immigrated in 1620 from England to Plymouth, Massachusetts, and married twice (once in England). Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Illinois and elsewhere.

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I was very excited when I found this book on line as I was researching for my family in Greece, NY! I am a descendant of Lovina Doty, who married into my family. What a surprise to see that the Doty family dates all the way back to the Mayflower!

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I can't believe I found this!!! I'm a descendent of Edward Doty :) this has been sooo helpful for me and I've been able to track my ancestry very far back. thank you for making this accessible!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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