The Doggart Family Genealogy

Jemima Doggart

Jemima DoggartAge: 40 years18601901

Name
Jemima Doggart
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    1. Jemima Doggart

      Jemima Doggart, daughter of Hugh Doggart and Jemima Neill, was born on May 12, 1860 in Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland and died on March 6, 1901 at the age of 40. She married John Donnelly on May 18, 1882. He was born about 1860 in England.

Birth May 12, 1860 39 35
Christening July 23, 1860 (Age 2 months)
Note: Note she seems to have been Baptised again as an adult possibly to become a Catholic before getting married?
Death of a paternal grandmotherElizabeth McDonald
February 16, 1863 (Age 2 years)
Birth of a sisterJane Doggart
April 5, 1863 (Age 2 years)

Birth of a brotherWilliam Doggart
May 9, 1871 (Age 10 years)
Death of a fatherHugh Doggart
November 27, 1878 (Age 18 years)
Address: East Street Newtownards
Event
Presentation
January 17, 1879 (Age 18 years)

Note: There are a few Jemima Doggarts. This might not apply to her but her husband to be was a telegraphis…
Christening April 14, 1881 (Age 20 years)
Address: Down and Connor
MarriageJohn DonnellyView this family
May 18, 1882 (Age 22 years)

Death of a brotherWilliam Doggart
May 24, 1898 (Age 38 years)

Death March 6, 1901 (Age 40 years)

Note: 1901 according to her grand dau Mercedes Duffy
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mother
Marriage: February 17, 1848Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
14 months
elder sister
Mary Ann Doggart
Birth: April 8, 1849 28 24Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
Death: October 29, 1918
22 months
elder brother
2 years
elder brother
2 years
elder sister
elder brother
2 years
elder brother
2 years
herself
3 years
younger sister
8 years
younger brother
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husband
herself
Marriage: May 18, 1882

Christening
Note she seems to have been Baptised again as an adult possibly to become a Catholic before getting married?
Event
There are a few Jemima Doggarts. This might not apply to her but her husband to be was a telegraphist so maybe she was as well. (Belfast Newsletter) Address and Presentation in Bangor A number of the inhabitants of Bangor wishing to testify their esteem and approbation of the efficient manner in which Miss Jemima Doggart has performed her duties in connection with the postal and telegraph department in that town during the last two and a half years, made her the recipient of a New Year's gift of a purse and contents, a Bible, and album neatly illuminated. This voluntary recognition of her services proves that the young lady has sucedded in gaining the good will of the community in a marked degree.
Death
1901 according to her grand dau Mercedes Duffy
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