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Isaac Doty
Birth: Feb. 8, 1648
Plymouth County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Jan. 7, 1728
Oyster Bay
Nassau County
New York, USA

Doty-Doten family in America:
Descendants of Edward Doty,
An Emigrant by the
Mayflower, 1620
By Ethan Allen Doty (1897)

" 8. ISAAC DOTY, the fifth son and seventh child of Edward Doty and Faith Clarke, was born at Plymouth, February 8, 1648-9, the date being entered on the colony record.
At the death of his father he was but six years of age, and probably continued to live with his mother
until about the time of her marriage to John Phillips, in 1667. It is somewhat doubtful where he spent
the next five years of his life, but It is probable that it was in Sandwich, Mass., where his brother
Joseph was also, early in life, a resident. But it is possible that he may have visited in this period Oyster
Bay on Long Island where he subsequently lived. An entry on the county records at Plymouth, dated
July 5, 1672, shows that " Isaac Dotey, alias Doughty, sells to John Smith, his share of the land willed to him by his father, Edward Dotey."
At a town meeting held at Oyster Bay, January 22, 1672-3, a piece of land for a house lot was allotted to Isaac Dottie. And on February 19 following, sixteen acres were allotted to James Townsend and Isaac Dottie."

Another source: Lyndell Family Tree 2009

(II) Isaac , son of Edward Doty , was born at Plymouth , February 8, 1648-49 , according to the colony records. At the death of his father he was but six years old, and after his mother's second marriage he probably lived at Sandwich, Massachusetts . He sold the land that he inherited from his father, or his share of the estate, July 5, 1672 , to John Smith . At a town meeting at Oyster Bay, Long Island , January 22, 1672-73 , he was granted a house lot and on February 19 following he was allotted more land. Most of the early settlers of Oyster Bay were from Sandwich . Doty was one of those who bought the Indian claims to Oyster Bay lands , in 1685 . He bought various parcels of land and late in life deeded farms to his sons.

He married, at Oyster Bay , Elizabeth England . Children, born at Oyster Bay : Isaac , about 1673 ; Joseph ; Jacob ; Solomon , about 1691 ; James , December 21, 1693 ; Samuel 1695.

Isaac Doty II 1673-1729
m.Elizabeth Jackson 16751758

Joseph Doty 1680-1716
m.Sarah (maiden name possibly Carpenter)

Jacob Doty 16831753
m.Penelope Albertson 16851753

Solomon Doty 1691-1761
m.Rachel Seaman 16911761

James Doughty 1693-1773
m. Catherine Latting

Samuel Doty 1695-1740
m.Charity Mudge 1699-1740
(These are my 6th Gr Grandparents)

Family links: 
  Edward Doty (1598 - 1655)
  Faith Clarke Doty Phillips (1619 - 1675)
  Elizabeth England Doty (1649 - ____)
  James Doughty (1693 - 1773)*
  Samuel Doty (1695 - 1740)*
  Edward Doty (1637 - 1690)*
  John M. Doty (1639 - 1701)*
  Thomas Doty (1641 - 1678)*
  Samuel Doty (1643 - 1715)*
  Desire Doty Standish (1645 - 1731)*
  Elizabeth Doty Rouse (1647 - 1742)*
  Isaac Doty (1648 - 1728)
  Joseph Rochester Doty (1651 - 1731)*
  Mary Doty Hatch (1653 - 1715)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: "Where are the stones that mark the bones Of those who die in Oyster Bay? There are no stones to mark the bones Of those who die in Oyster Bay."by Samuel Youngs
Christ Church Oyster Bay Cemetery
Oyster Bay
Nassau County
New York, USA
Maintained by: Cathleen Sheibley Miller...
Originally Created by: P Fazzini
Record added: Aug 18, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 57289715
Isaac Doty
Added by: Cathleen Sheibley Miller Kalin
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On behalf of Josephine Doty,daughter of Orange Franklin Doty, and my Grandmother and the last Doty in our Family line.
- Isaac Doty
 Added: Apr. 28, 2016
My 9th great-grandfather.
 Added: Oct. 27, 2015

- Amy Elizabeth
 Added: Sep. 22, 2014
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