The Doggart Family Genealogy

George H DoggartAge: 48 years18651914

Name
George H Doggart
  1. Generation 1
    1. George H Doggart, organist (in 1900), son of Horatio James Doggart and Margaret McCormick, was born on 1 June 1865 in Northern Ireland and died on 23 March 1914 at the age of 48.

Birth 1 June 1865 41 34
Birth of a brotherAlfred Doggart
1866 (Age 7 months)
Note: Maybe Sep 1866
Death of a brotherAlfred Doggart
9 February 1867 (Age 20 months)

Birth of a sisterMargaret Doggart
28 October 1867 (Age 2 years)
Birth of a brotherFrederick Doggart
30 August 1869 (Age 4 years)
Death of a brotherFrederick Doggart
28 September 1873 (Age 8 years)

Death of a fatherHoratio James Doggart
4 May 1889 (Age 23 years)
Address: Court Street, Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland



Event
Poem published
1893 (Age 27 years)

Census 1 June 1900 (Age 35 years)
Death of a motherMargaret McCormick
13 June 1900 (Age 35 years)

Occupation
Organist
1900 (Age 34 years)

Death 23 March 1914 (Age 48 years)

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: 17 December 1856Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
9 months
elder brother
23 months
elder brother
17 months
elder brother
2 years
elder brother
23 months
himself
19 months
younger brother
22 months
younger sister
22 months
younger brother
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father
step-mother
Marriage: 8 November 1847Bangor, Down, Northern Ireland
9 months
half-brother
18 months
half-sister
23 months
half-brother

Note
Note
New York Sun newspaper 1902 talks about a George Doggart with reference to... "secession of the entire membership of a Congregational Church of New Jersey to the Episcopal body. ... About a year ago the church came under the charge of Walter D. Brown and a t the same time the choir began t o receive i n - struction from George Doggart, an organ- ist and muscian connected with the Episco- pal Church of St. Mary the Virgin In this city. Mr. Doggart introduced, with the consent of the pastor and o f t h e church members, tho litany of the Episcopal ser- vice. The Rev. Mr. Brown became an Episco- palian In fact, and shortly after moved to Edgewater leaving the church without a conductor