The Doggart Family Genealogy

Horatio James Euphrates DoggartAge: 23 years18731897

Horatio James Euphrates Doggart
Given names
Horatio James Euphrates
  1. Generation 1
    1. Horatio James Euphrates Doggart, son of James McDonald Doggart and Sarah Hamilton, was born on July 21, 1873 in Dublin, Ireland and died in 1897 in Scone, Perthshire, Scotland at the age of 23.

Birth July 21, 1873 36 35
Address: On board H.M.S Euphrates in Dublin Bay
Birth of a brotherHugh Doggart
1874 (Age 5 months)
Death of a brotherHugh Doggart
1874 (Age 5 months)
Birth of a brotherStuart Hamilton Doggart
1876 (Age 2 years)
Death of a motherSarah Hamilton
June 23, 1877 (Age 3 years)
Address: Fulwood Barracks
Marriage of a parentJames McDonald DoggartJane SmithView this family
October 1, 1878 (Age 5 years)
Census April 3, 1881 (Age 7 years)
Address: Bellwood Cottages
Census April 5, 1891 (Age 17 years)
Death 1897 (Age 23 years)
Note: Scone is mentioned in William Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth (Act 2, Scene 4), as a place for co…
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Marriage: May 24, 1859
9 months
elder sister
3 years
elder brother
22 months
elder sister
Sarah Doggart
Birth: December 5, 1864 28 26Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
Death: April 5, 1865Newtownards, Down, Northern Ireland
2 years
elder brother
22 months
elder brother
17 months
elder brother
11 months
elder sister
Isabella Doggart
Birth: February 24, 1871 34 33Fermoy, Cork, Ireland
Death: June 8, 1952Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
17 months
elder brother
Robert Hamilton Doggart
Birth: July 12, 1872 35 34Carragh, Kildare, Ireland
Death: November 18, 1953Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scotland
1 year
17 months
younger brother
Hugh Doggart
Birth: 1874 37 36Farnham, Surrey, England
Death: 1874Farnham, Surrey, England
3 years
younger brother
Father’s family with Jane Smith - View this family
Marriage: October 1, 1878Dublin, Ireland

CensusJames McDonald Doggart and family Kinnoul 1881 Scottish Census

James M Doggarthead44Colour Sergeant InfantryIreland
Jane M Doggartwife47England
James M Doggartson18Pupil TeacherIreland
Arthur R Doggartson14Painter and House DecoratorEngland
Thomas W Doggartson11ScholarIreland
Isabella Doggartdau10ScholarIreland
Robert H Doggartson8ScholarIreland
Horatio J E Doggartson7ScholarIreland
Stewart H Doggartson5not in schoolEngland

CensusPitcullen Terrace Kinnoul James McDonald Doggart 1891 Census

James M Doggartheadmarried54City Missionaryborn Ireland
Jane Doggartwifemarried57England
Thomas W Doggartsonunmarried21Student(normal)Ireland
Isabella Doggartdauunmarried20Ireland
Horatio J E Doggartsonunmarried17Druggist AppIreland
Stuart H Doggartsonunmarried15Drapers AppEngland

Folio 35, page 14, Reg Perth

Scone is mentioned in William Shakespeare's tragedy Macbeth (Act 2, Scene 4), as a place for coronation of Macbeth after he kills the former King, his cousin Duncan. It is also the last word of the play: "So, thanks to all at once and to each one / Whom we invite to see us crown'd at Scone." Wikipedia,_Scotland