Last name: Daugherty
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My family is originally from Dexter Kentucky. Great great Grandfathers name is Clint don Daugherty the first. He married a woman who I've always known as mama Luna ( don't remember her real name) they had a daughter that was Clara Daugherty ( I believe only ever called her mammy) there's a cemetary in the town that's the Daugherty Gordon cemetary. if anyone knows any information please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Keeley, my name is Eric and i saw your comment i would love to know more about our name all i know is all of my family is from henderson and owensboro ky I've been in tuscaloosa al my whole life hit me up and will talk
I don't really know anything bout the daughertys except we hav a remarkable temper so I would like to know more. U can find me on facebook too
hey my name is Carl i don't really know where r how my name was originated but i would really like to know as much as i can before i leave this earth my dad name is asbourne daugherty i have a aunt an uncle living near by with the spelling dougherty i am living in Jamaica in the caribbean
My ancestors date back to 1803 when George Daugherty came from Donegal with his 4 brothers to Maryland. After 7 generations I now live in Oklahoma, but my father and his 3 or 4 siblings (I can't remember how many) lived in Indiana. And I know his grandparent's lived in Indiana too. So I'm not sure when, but several generations of the Daugherty family lived in Indiana. We haven't spread out too much and most of the Daugherty's in my family tree live in the North East Area. The original spelling of our name is Doherty, but due to the fact that my GGGGGG Grand father was just a potato farmer, he couldn't spell. The immigration officer asked for his name and when George couldn't spell his last name, the officer sounded it out, wrote it down, and BOOM! That's how pretty much all Daugherty's and other variations got this weird spelling. So there's a little history for y'all.
Hello. I am from Indiana as well as two of my brothers. My father Charles Daugherty was from the Caryville Tn. area. My G-dad was Robert Daugherty also from Tn. Any info would be nice on the Daugherty clan.
I've lived in Nebraska my whole life as has most of my family. I know that our last name I think used to be spelled dougherty but it was changed for reasons unknown to me. My grandfather ( Gale Edward Daugherty) I think may have come to Nebraska from Iowa and before that I have no clue but would love to. I have a total of 18 aunts and uncles. My g-father was very busy. His wife passed when she was still young of heart problems. There are 3 sets of twins within those 18 children. I think maybe my heart would've given out as well. Lol. There are also two other children by my g-father from a marriage before that we have never met. Anyone know of anything can email me at email@example.com. I would love any info at all. Thanks
Samuel O. Daugherty J.r.
My aunt did a lot of research and found out that my decedents named Daugherty came over to America in 1768 got of the boat in south Carolina and eventually made their way to anderson county in East Tennessee and me and my people now live in neighboring morgan county TN.
Clara Lynn Holtman
My grandmother died young in 1928 in Concordia, Kansas...she had three daughters and was married to Elmer Rogers....Her maiden name was Daughtery...we found her old autograph book and in 1910 she lived in Dresden,Kansas...think she was born around 1889 and had a sister Katey...think her mother had remarried ..a name Burke was listed..anything know e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks....
Well I don't really understand my background that much my grandpa Tommy Daugherty (Born: in Tennessee Married: Jule(Ruby) Seabolt Child: Timothy(Timmy) Daugherty) passed away when my father was 12. My father doesn't know much about our family because they stopped invited us to family reunions after my grandfather passed. If anyone has any information please contact us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org thank you.