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 June 1, 1865 in Northern Ireland and died on March 23, 1914 at the age of 48.

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

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

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



Event
Poem published
1893 (Age 27 years)

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

Occupation
Organist
1900 (Age 34 years)

Death March 23, 1914 (Age 48 years)

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: December 17, 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: November 8, 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