Facts and Events
Some sources claim that this David Doak married Rachel Gibb, but it other sources claim it was Mary Hannah, which appears to be a more likely scenario, or perhaps David had two wives. More research is needed.
David Doak b abt 1752, Augusta County,VA. w.p. 7 Jun 1827, Wythe Co, VA. marr Mary Hannah 1 Jun 1773, Guilford Count, NC. Children: Rachel b 1774, Guilford Co NC. Mary b 26 Oct 1779, Wythe Co VA, marr Adam Walker Jr. 11 Mar 1813, Wythe County, VA. Died 28 Jul 1842, prob Pike County, MO. John b 1786, Wythe County, VA, marr Lydia Thompson, abt 1811, Wythe County, VA. She was the dau of William Thompson d 1798, Tazewell Co VA, & Lydia Graham, d 12 Oct 1830, Thompson's Valley, Tazewell Co VA. John and Lydia died after 1850. Listed in the 1850 Census record of Pike County, IL. David Doak b abt 1792, Wythe Co VA, m Nancy Best 11 Feb 1812, prob Wythe Co VA. Samuel b 1792, prob Wythe Co, VA.
Notes: George Hickox-deceased and Judy B. Anderson, Roy, UT. Pike County IL and Pike County MO are just across the Mississippi River from each other. John and Lydia Doak immigrated to Pike County, IL with family abt 1833 from Campbell County, TN.
There are questions about the marriage of David Doak and Rachel Gibb. They are said to have been married in 1787 but David's daughter Mary who married Adam Walker was born in 1779. Mary Kegley says the original notice in the marriage record is very indistinct but she believes that Rachel was married to a David Sloan instead of David Doak.
3. David JR. DOAK (David DOAK2, James Doak SAMUEL1) died BEF 19 JUN 1799. He married Rachel GIBB.
Child of David JR. DOAK and Rachel GIBB is: 16 i. Robert DOAK was born 6 JUN 1775, and died ABT 1818. He married Rachel THOMPSON 2 NOV 1801, daughter of William THOMPSON and Lydia. She was born 2 OCT 1779, and died 28 FEB 1842 in Tazewell Co. Virginia.
their bond in the penalty them for obtaining a probat thereof in due form. It appearing from the Certificate of Jennet Doak the Executors therein named that she refuses to take upon herself the burden of the execution thereof. Teste.