|Birth: ||May 9, 1709|
County Londonderry, Northern Ireland
|Death: ||Feb. 22, 1784|
North Carolina, USA
Son of Robert Andrew Douthit.
Husband of Mary Elizabeth Hope Scott.
Father of Elisabetha Douthit (m. Stephen Riddle), Nancy, John, Mary, William, James, Thomas, Isaac and Sarah.
Grandparent of John Riddle and Sarah Ann Riddle (m. John Elrod).
Your ancestor is listed in the Patriot Index:
DOUTHET Sr, John
Birth: IR 9 May 1709
Rank: Patriotic Service
Death: NC 22 Feb 1784
Patriot Pensioned: No Widow Pensioned: No
Children Pensioned: No Heirs Pensioned: No
Spouse: (1) Mary Scott
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Patriot Lookup Volunteer
Sr. John DOUTHIT
Census Records 1759 Rowan Co, North Carolina. Moved to America
when he was 15 years old (with parents). Lived in Monocacy,
Maryland. He was a weaver by trade and worked in PA, NY and MD.
Patriot during the American Revolutionary War and furnished
wheat to the Militia's of North Carolina, South Carolina, and
Virginia. He helped organize and build the first Hope Moravian
Church in 1780 at Clemmons, North Carolina (information from
Brandon Hough). Has a bronze DAR Plaque on his grave. A record
from the S.A.R. lineage book states that 'John Douthit was an
active patriot and furnished supplies to the Rev. Soldiers as
shown by NC Revolutionary Army Accounts.' It further states
that 'John Douthit was a soldier in the Army of Gen.
Nathaniel Greene as shown by payment in the NC Revolutionary
Army Accounts. Parents: Robert Andrew DOUTHITT.
Mary Elizabeth Hope Scott Douthit (1721 - 1794)
John Douthit (1740 - 1813)*
Thomas Douthitt (1753 - 1819)*
Isaac Douthit (1756 - 1823)*
Sarah Douthit Elrod (1759 - 1821)*
Hope Moravian Old (Original) God's Acre
North Carolina, USA
Created by: Stephanie
Record added: May 03, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 8717640
Added: Feb. 1, 2014
From your 6th Great Grandson thru your daughter Elizabeth Douthit Riddle, Thank you for our Freedom.It was an honor to visit your place of rest. Thank you also for your service to our Lord in building his Church.Look forward to meeting you some Day!|
Added: Jan. 2, 2014
Dear Ancestor Your tombstone stands among the rest; Neglected and alone, The name and date are chiseled out, on polished marbled stone. It reaches out to all who care, It is not too late to mourn. You did not know that I exist. You died and I was born. Ou...(Read more)|
Nancy Franklin-Walling Bundrick
Added: Apr. 22, 2013
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