Person:Elisabeth Doak (1)

Watchers
m. Abt. 1737
  1. Eleanor DoakAbt 1738 - 1834
  2. David DoakABT 1740 - bef 1802
  3. Jane Doakabt 1741 -
  4. Elizabeth Thankful Doak1746/47 - 1848
  5. Rev. Samuel Doak1749 - 1830
  6. Col. Robert Doak1750-1760 -
  7. Mary DoakEst 1750-1760 -
  8. John DoakEst 1750-1760 - Bef 1806
  9. Isabella Doakest 1755-1765 - 1803
  • HJames McTeer1735-1748 - bef 1793
  • WElizabeth Thankful Doak1746/47 - 1848
m. WFT Est 1765-1775
  1. James McTeer1765-1779 - ABT 1812
  2. William McTeer1765-1779 -
  3. Samuel McTeer1765-1779 -
  4. Sarah McTeer1765-1779 -
  5. Elizabeth McTeer1765-1779 -
  • HNathaniel Hall1749/50 - 1833
  • WElizabeth Thankful Doak1746/47 - 1848
m. Aft. 1793
  1. William Hall, Sr.1771 - 1846
Facts and Events
Name Elizabeth Thankful Doak
Married Name Hall
Gender Female
Alt Birth[1] ABT 1747 Tinkling Spring, Augusta County, Virginia
Birth? 13 Jan 1746/47 Fishersville, Tinkling Springs, Augusta County, Virginia
Alt Birth? 13 JAN 1747 Tinkling Spring, Augusta, Virginia
Baptism[1] 19 MAY 1747 Tinkling Spring, Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage WFT Est 1765-1775 to James McTeer
Alt Marriage 1771 Virginiato Nathaniel Hall
Marriage Aft. 1793 to Nathaniel Hall
Death? 20 Dec 1848 Johnson City, Kingsport, Sullivan County, Tennessee
Burial? Samme sted som sin mand.

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~genehall/ps03/ps03_458.html

Name Elizabeth Thankful Doak253,255 Birth 13 Jan 1747, Fishersville, Tinkling Springs, Augusta County, VA255 Death 20 Dec 1848, Johnson City, Kingsport, Sullivan County, TN Burial under Boone Lake, Sullivan County, TN Flags Proven, Web Page Father Samual Doak Sr (~1700-1771) Mother Jane Mitchell (~1711-)

Misc. Notes " James McTeer, of Maryland and Virginia, married sister of Rev. Samuel Doak. James McTeer, a brother of Andrew McTeer, and the uncle of Robert McTeer, the earliest settler of Blount County, TN. married Elizabeth Doak, the sister of Rev. Samuel Doak, the famous Tn pioneer and minister. ELIZABETH DOAK was the daughter of SAMUEL DOAK and and his wife JANE MITCHELL, and brother of John , David, (Rev) Samuel, and Robert Daok. Her sister Mary Doak married Abner Weatherly, who was the Sherriff of Gulliford County, North Carolina (Buffalo Church section) succeeding Zaza Brashears, whose sister Martha Brashears married David Morrow, as heretofore shown in the Morrow notations herein. Another brother-in-law of this James McTeer was William Brown, who married Jane Doak and had among others a son Samuel Brown, who married the daughter of Edward Murphy and is mentioned in the will of Mary McTeer - widow of Frizzell McTeer, in the year 1829, down in Georgia. James McTeer died in Augusta County, Virginia and left a will which was proved at the September term of the court in 1793. This will was witnessed by Samuel McCutcheon, John Wallace, and David Doak, James Mitchell and Samuel Doak. His children, according to his will and that of his son, Samuel McTeer (in 1803) were: 1. William McTeer 2. James McTeer 3. Samuel McTeer 4. Sarah McTeer 5. Elizabeth McTeer

James McTeer, the son of James McTeer and ELIZABETH DOAK died leaving will in Agusta County, VA. in 1812 and his legatees were: 1. Wife Jane (Jane Mitchell) 2. William McTeer 3. Mitchell McTeer 4. Elizabeth McTeer 5. Isabella McTeer 6. Brother, William McTeer Executors were: Wife Jane Thomas Mitchell, Jr. Daniel Henderson (Thomas Mitchell, Jr. was his wife's brother) Witnesses were: Thomas Jackson Robert Doak Dorcas M. Doak Nancy Doak ."256 [3/26/96 This may be a DIFFERENT Elizabeth Thankful Doak. Many writers seem to be confusing her with the Daughter of Samuel the immigrant.] Spouses 1 James McTeer Death abt 1793, August County, VA


Children William

James 
Samuel 
Sarah 
Elizabeth 

2 Nathaniel Hall252,253 Birth 13 Mar 1750, Albemarle County, VA Death 16 Oct 1833, Hall Farm, Sullivan County, TN Burial Under Boone Lake, Hall farm, Sullivan County, TN Father William Hall (1702-1773) Mother Jean , Jane, or Janet Unknown (~1710-)

Marriage bef 1771, Virginia

Children Alexander (~1769-<1854)

William (1771-1846) 
James Nathaniel (1776-1830) 




http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jlopp/janebuchananancestry.htm

Notes for Elizabeth Thankful Doak:

" James McTeer, of Maryland and Virginia, married sister of Rev. Samuel

Doak. James McTeer, a brother of Andrew McTeer, and the uncle of Robert

McTeer, the earliest settler of Blount County, TN. married Elizabeth

Doak, the sister of Rev. Samuel Doak, the famous Tn pioneer and minister.

ELIZABETH DOAK was the daughter of SAMUEL DOAK and and his wife JANE

MITCHELL, and brother of John , David, (Rev) Samuel, and Robert Daok. Her

sister Mary Doak married Abner Weatherly, who was the Sherriff of

Gulliford County, North Carolina (Buffalo Church section) succeeding Zaza

Brashears, whose sister Martha Brashears married David Morrow, as

heretofore shown in the Morrow notations herein.

Another brother-in-law of this James McTeer was William Brown, who

married Jane Doak and had among others a son Samuel Brown, who married

the daughter of Edward Murphy and is mentioned in the will of Mary McTeer

- widow of Frizzell McTeer, in the year 1829, down in Georgia.

James McTeer died in Augusta County, Virginia and left a will which was

proved at the September term of the court in 1793. This will was

witnessed by Samuel McCutcheon, John Wallace, and David Doak, James

Mitchell and Samuel Doak. His children, according to his will and that of

his son, Samuel McTeer (in 1803) were:

1. William McTeer

2. James McTeer

3. Samuel McTeer

4. Sarah McTeer

5. Elizabeth McTeer

James McTeer, the son of James McTeer and ELIZABETH DOAK died leaving

will in Agusta County, VA. in 1812 and his legatees were:

1. Wife Jane (Jane Mitchell)

2. William McTeer

3. Mitchell McTeer

4. Elizabeth McTeer

5. Isabella McTeer

6. Brother, William McTeer

Executors were:

Wife Jane

Thomas Mitchell, Jr.

Daniel Henderson

(Thomas Mitchell, Jr. was his wife's brother)

Witnesses were:

Thomas Jackson

Robert Doak

Dorcas M. Doak

Nancy Doak ." [3/26/96 This may be a DIFFERENT Elizabeth Thankful Doak.

Many writers seem to be confusing her with the Daughter of Samuel the

immigrant.]

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jlopp/doak.htm

Notes for Elizabeth Thankful Doak:

" James McTeer, of Maryland and Virginia, married sister of Rev. Samuel

Doak. James McTeer, a brother of Andrew McTeer, and the uncle of Robert

McTeer, the earliest settler of Blount County, TN. married Elizabeth

Doak, the sister of Rev. Samuel Doak, the famous Tn pioneer and minister.

ELIZABETH DOAK was the daughter of SAMUEL DOAK and and his wife JANE

MITCHELL, and brother of John , David, (Rev) Samuel, and Robert Daok. Her

sister Mary Doak married Abner Weatherly, who was the Sherriff of

Gulliford County, North Carolina (Buffalo Church section) succeeding Zaza

Brashears, whose sister Martha Brashears married David Morrow, as

heretofore shown in the Morrow notations herein.

Another brother-in-law of this James McTeer was William Brown, who

married Jane Doak and had among others a son Samuel Brown, who married

the daughter of Edward Murphy and is mentioned in the will of Mary McTeer

- widow of Frizzell McTeer, in the year 1829, down in Georgia.

James McTeer died in Augusta County, Virginia and left a will which was

proved at the September term of the court in 1793. This will was

witnessed by Samuel McCutcheon, John Wallace, and David Doak, James

Mitchell and Samuel Doak. His children, according to his will and that of

his son, Samuel McTeer (in 1803) were:

1. William McTeer

2. James McTeer

3. Samuel McTeer

4. Sarah McTeer

5. Elizabeth McTeer

James McTeer, the son of James McTeer and ELIZABETH DOAK died leaving

will in Agusta County, VA. in 1812 and his legatees were:

1. Wife Jane (Jane Mitchell)

2. William McTeer

3. Mitchell McTeer

4. Elizabeth McTeer

5. Isabella McTeer

6. Brother, William McTeer

Executors were:

Wife Jane

Thomas Mitchell, Jr.

Daniel Henderson

(Thomas Mitchell, Jr. was his wife's brother)

Witnesses were:

Thomas Jackson

Robert Doak

Dorcas M. Doak

Nancy Doak ." [3/26/96 This may be a DIFFERENT Elizabeth Thankful Doak.

Many writers seem to be confusing her with the Daughter of Samuel the

immigrant.]

Hun er begravet i en umærket grav på, Old Hall Cemetary, som ligger under Boone Lake.Tennessee Valley Authority lagde hele området under vand for at bygge en dæmning. Den stod færdig i 1952.

RIN: MH:N122

PRIN: MH:I597

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Wilson, Howard McKnight. The Tinkling Spring, Headwater of Freedom. (Privatetly published by The Tinkiling Spring and Hermitage Presbyterian Churches, pub. Fishersville, Virginia), pg. 473.