Dogget family papers, 1648-1839.


Dogget family. Dogget family papers, 1648-1839.

Dogget family papers, 1648-1839.

Papers of members of the Doggett, Minot, Sewall, and Taylor families, of Boston, Mass., and Wiscasset, Me. Others represented in the collection include: John Adams, Rev. Joseph Baxter, Simon Bradstreet, Thomas Brattle, Nicholas Buttolph, John Dennie, Samuel Dix, Joseph Dudley, William Dummer, John Endecott, William Eustis, Christopher Gore, Jonathan Gould, Robert Hallowell, Thomas Hubbard, John Hull, John Leverett, Philip Livingston, Christopher Minot, George Minot, John Minot, Peter Minot, Stephen Minot, Samuel Moody, Sir William Pepperrell, Timothy Pickering, John Phillips, Peter Schuyler, Joshua Scottow, Samuel Sewall, William Shirley, Caleb Strong, William Stoughton, James Sullivan, Jonathan Williamson, and Edward Winslow. Doggett, Minot, Sewall, and Taylor families of Boston, Mass. and Wiscasset, Me.

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