|Death: ||Feb. 21, 1685|
John Doane came to Plymouth about 1630. He was one of the leaders of the colony, twice assistant to the governer, member of the Committee to Revise the Laws in 1636 and Deacon of the Church at Plymouth.
In 1644 he removed to Nauset and was one of the original founders of Eastham where he served as Deacon of the First Church, Justice of the Peace, Member of the first Board of Selectmen and Deputy to the Colony Court.
His wife's name was Lydia.
Some mention his death date as April 13.
His home site is just a few miles N of the cemetery, near Doane Rock, and is identified with a marker. (bio by: GC)
Ann Abigail Perkins Doane (1600 - 1654)*
Ephraim Doane (____ - 1700)*
Lydia Doane Hicks (1629 - 1682)*
Abigail Doane Lothrop (1632 - 1734)*
John Doane (1635 - 1708)*
Daniel Doane (1636 - 1712)*
Cove Burying Ground
Plot: N-41deg 48.679' / W 39deg 58.237'
Created by: Greg Derylo
Record added: Aug 05, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 11482196