Facts and Events
Michael Dougherty was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Will of Michael Dougherty
- Pg. 254 - Will of Michael Dougherty, dated Oct. 5, 1818
- Wit: Michael Cleek, illeg. signature
- Probated July 1819 Court
- Exec: son Samuel
- Beq: to loving wife Margaret his real estate for her lifetime, then the whole to son Samuel
- if son William "comes back and lives on my land" he is to have 100 acres of $50
- Samuel is to pay son John $100
- Samuel is to (pay) $1 each to daughters Marsha (?) Kain, Isable Nicholas, Elizabeth Sharret and Margaret Ruckman
- daughter Elizabeth "shall have her medows and house as long as she stands in need of it"
- [Abstract of Wills and Inventories of Bath County, 1791-1842, Bruns, pg. 95].
- Pg. 270 - Inventory - Michael Dougherty:Submitted Oct. 18, 1819 by John Baxter, John Moore and Peter Lightner
- cattle 26, sheep 18, pigs 17, horses 1, geese 11; loom, kitchen utensils, beds and furniture, clock, cupboard and furniture, spinning wheel, books, shoemaker's tools, farm implements, beegum
- [Abstract of Wills and Inventories of Bath County, 1791-1842, Bruns, pg. 9775].
Information on Michael Daughterty
From Query found on internet:
Need information on Michael Daugherty, born Donagal, Ireland. Came to America ca. 1770 and settled on Knapps Creek, Pocahontas Co., Va. Married Margaret McClintic or McClintock in Augusta Co., Va.. Need birth and death dates of Margaret. Margaret's parents were William McClintock who's will was probated May 17, 1785, in Augusta Co. and Martha (Scott) McClintock, daughter of Robert Scott. Who was her mother? Phyllis Daniels, Rt. 1, Box 176, Beverly, WV 26253.