Person:Edward Dougherty (8)

Edward Dougherty, of Chester County, PA
  • F.  Dougherty (add)
m. Bef 1754
  1. Philip Dougherty, of Chester County, PABef 1754 -
  2. Edward Dougherty, of Chester County, PA - Bef 1804
Facts and Events
Name Edward Dougherty, of Chester County, PA
Gender Male
Death? Bef 23 May 1804 East Fallowfield, Chester County, Pennsylvania[Will Proven]

Will Abstract

DOUGHERTY, EDWARD. East Fallowfield.
November 27, 1801: May 23, 1804.
Directs that £210 of his estate be sent to Ireland to be divided among relatives as follows: To brother Rogers widow and children of town of Linen in Parish of Clanmanah, Co. of Donegal, £150 to be divided. To my uncle Manassah O'Donnals children of the same place £40. To my aunt Mary Dougherty, Patrick Duffey's wife, of town of Dunoff in same parish £20. To my brother's son John Dougherty of Sheermans Valley £100. To cousin Edward O'Donnel of Sheermans Valley, Cumberland Co. £30. To Philip Dougherty £100 in trust during life and at his death to his son John Dougherty, of Sheermans Valley aforesaid. To Philip Dougherty's 3 sons, Peter, John and Patrick £30 to be divided between them.
Executors: Dr. Francis Gardner and Hugh Jordan.
Wits.: Joshua Vaughan, Samuel McWilliams.


Chester County Tax Rates - 1785
East Fallowfield Township
Philip Dougherty - Amt. of Tax: 2.6.1
Edward Dougherty - Amt. of Tax: 11.10
[Source: Proprietary Tax Lists of the County of Chester: 1765-1769, 1771; W.S. Ray, State Printer of Pennsylvania, 1897, Pg. 717].
  1.   Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.

    Edward Dougherty House is a historic home located in East Fallowfield Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. It was built in 1796, and is a 2 1/2-story, four bay, fieldstone dwelling with a gable roof in a conservative Federal style. It features a verandah on three sides of the building. Edward Dougherty was the brother of Philip Dougherty, who built the Philip Dougherty House and Philip Dougherty Tavern.[2]

    It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.