The Doggart Family Genealogy

Elizabeth DoggartAge: 26 years18431869

Name
Elizabeth Doggart
  1. Generation 1
    1. Elizabeth Doggart, daughter of Adam Doggart and Selina Ferris, was born in 1843 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland and died on 22 July 1869 at the age of 26.

      Children of Elizabeth Doggart:

      1. Adam Watson Doggart (18641867)
      2. Selina Doggart (18681869)
  2. Generation 2back to top
    1. Adam Watson Doggart, son of Elizabeth Doggart, was born on 11 February 1864 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland and died on 22 February 1867 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland at the age of 3.

    2. Selina Doggart, daughter of Elizabeth Doggart, was born on 21 March 1868 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland and died on 10 July 1869 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland at the age of 15 months.

Birth 1843 28 26
Birth of a sisterMary Doggart
1845 (Age 2 years)
Birth of a sisterSarah Doggart
about 1846 (Age 3 years)
Birth of a brotherAdam Doggart
about 1848 (Age 5 years)
Address: Union Street Glasgow Scotland
Birth of a sisterRuth Doggart
1851 (Age 8 years)
Census 1851 (Age 8 years)
Address: 24 Broad Street Glasgow Scotland
Death of a paternal grandfatherAdam Doggart
29 March 1852 (Age 9 years)

Death of a sisterRuth Doggart
9 March 1855 (Age 12 years) Age: 4
Cause: Whooping Cough
Birth of a sisterSelina Doggart
6 March 1856 (Age 13 years)
Death of a sisterSarah Doggart
1856 (Age 13 years) Age: 9
Address: 26 Union Place, Calton Glasgow Scotland
Cause: Consumption i.e TB
Death of a sisterSelina Doggart
30 June 1856 (Age 13 years) Age: 4 months
Address: 16? Union Place, Glasgow, Scotland
Cause: Whooping Cough
Birth of a brotherThomas Doggart
3 June 1857 (Age 14 years)
Death of a brotherThomas Doggart
7 December 1860 (Age 17 years)
Census 1861 (Age 18 years)
Address: 20 Union Place Glasgow Scotland
Death of a sisterMary Doggart
18 April 1862 (Age 19 years)
Birth of a brotherArthur Doggart
3 May 1862 (Age 19 years)
Note: Stated parents marriage date of 11 Oct 1841 appears incorrect. It was 1841 but not 11th Oct.
Death of a paternal grandmotherElizabeth McDonald
16 February 1863 (Age 20 years)
Death of a motherSelina Ferris
18 February 1863 (Age 20 years) Age: 44
Address: 26 Union Place Glasgow Scotland
Cause: phthisis
Birth of a son
#1
Adam Watson Doggart
11 February 1864 (Age 21 years)
Marriage of a parentAdam DoggartAnne HamiltonView this family
1 June 1866 (Age 23 years) Husband: 52 Wife: 40
Address: 4 Reid Street Glasgow Scotland
Birth of a half-brotherWilliam Doggart
17 January 1867 (Age 24 years)
Death of a sonAdam Watson Doggart
22 February 1867 (Age 24 years) Age: 2
Address: Barnhill Poorhouse Springburn Glasgow
Birth of a daughter
#2
Selina Doggart
21 March 18685h 0m (Age 25 years)
Address: Lying-in Hospital Glasgow
Note: Selina was her grandmothers name
Death of a daughterSelina Doggart
10 July 1869 (Age 26 years)
Note: Definitely looks like it says age 16 but that would mean her mum was about 10 when she had her.
Death 22 July 1869 (Age 26 years) Age: 25

Address: Barnhill Poorhouse Springburn Glasgow
Note: In the past, tuberculosis was called consumption, because it seemed to consume people from within, with a bloody cough, fever, pallor, and long relentless wasting. Other names included phthisis, Greek for "consumption" and phthisis pulmonalis.
Note: The Barnhill Poorhouse, had also opened at Springburn in 1850. Paupers who could not support themselves were sent here by the Parish and were obliged to work at jobs such as bundling firewood, picking oakum (separating tarred rope fibres) and breaking rocks. In 1905 the Glasgow Poorhouse in Townhead closed and its inmates went to Barnhill, making it the largest poorhouse in Scotland. In 1945 it was renamed Foresthall House and Hospital and was thereafter used as a geriatric hospital and residential home. It was demolished in the late 1980s and a private housing development now stands on the site.
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: 26 September 1841Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
2 years
herself
3 years
younger sister
Mary Doggart
Birth: 1845 30 28Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Death: 18 April 1862Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
2 years
younger sister
Sarah Doggart
Birth: about 1846 31 29Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Death: 1856Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
3 years
younger brother
4 years
younger sister
Ruth Doggart
Birth: 1851 36 34Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Death: 9 March 1855Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
5 years
younger sister
Selina Doggart
Birth: 6 March 1856 41 39Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Death: 30 June 1856Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
15 months
younger brother
Thomas Doggart
Birth: 3 June 1857 42 40Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Death: 7 December 1860Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
5 years
younger brother
Father’s family with Anne Hamilton - View this family
father
step-mother
Marriage: 1 June 1866Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
8 months
half-brother
4 years
half-sister
Elizabeth Doggart
Birth: 16 January 1871 56 44Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Death: 5 February 1897Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Father’s family with Agnes Agnew - View this family
father
step-mother
Marriage: 16 October 1835Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
6 months
half-brother
… … + Elizabeth Doggart - View this family
herself
son
Adam Watson Doggart
Birth: 11 February 1864 21Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Death: 22 February 1867Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
4 years
daughter
Selina Doggart
Birth: 21 March 1868 25Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Death: 10 July 1869Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland

Death
In the past, tuberculosis was called consumption, because it seemed to consume people from within, with a bloody cough, fever, pallor, and long relentless wasting. Other names included phthisis, Greek for "consumption" and phthisis pulmonalis.
Death
The Barnhill Poorhouse, had also opened at Springburn in 1850. Paupers who could not support themselves were sent here by the Parish and were obliged to work at jobs such as bundling firewood, picking oakum (separating tarred rope fibres) and breaking rocks. In 1905 the Glasgow Poorhouse in Townhead closed and its inmates went to Barnhill, making it the largest poorhouse in Scotland. In 1945 it was renamed Foresthall House and Hospital and was thereafter used as a geriatric hospital and residential home. It was demolished in the late 1980s and a private housing development now stands on the site.