↑ Thompson, Neil. "A False Account of the Birth and Parentage of Edward Doty, Mayflower Passenger, Exposed", in The American Genealogist. (Demorest, Habersham, Georgia, United States: D.L. Jacobus), 63:215.
John Doughty of Dudlick married Anna, d/o William Holland [citing Shropshire Visitation of 1623 ]. The baptism of son Francis in 1576 suggests a marriage about 1575.
Reports that John Doughty married Ann Holland 11 May 1595 originate with a manuscript "The Doty Family" written by Gustave Anjou, who has written several fraudulent genealogies. Anjou was trying to provide a parentage for Mayflower passenger Edward Doty. According to Thompson, "This appears to be another case in which Gustave Anjou, not finding the information he sought, simply invented it."