Original Coat of Arms worn
by the lords of Innisowen of
Dougherty Castle, on Lock
Swilley, Donegal Co, Ireland
It's Meaning - Translated:
For My Hereditary Right. Ingraved in stone above the 
fireplace in main room in
the castle - these words:
accepted Christianity 652 A.D.
our first known ancestor
was - Sir Cahir O'Dogherty

Memorial to
John Dougherty born in VA.
Son of Michael Dougherty II
1743 Died in IND 2.22.1828
His wife - Isabel Patton
Their son Geo. born in VA
1773 Died in IND 3.18.1842
His wife - Hannah Boyd
1781 Died in IND 7.11.1846
Dau. of John Boyd of KY
They are buried in a field
Sec. 26 - Twp. 2N - Rge. 1E Children of John and Isabel
Name		Born	Wed
Michael		1769	Jane Stephenson
George		1773	Hannah Boyd
Naomi		1775	Thomas Motley
Sarah		1776	Michael Miller
Ellender	1777	Charles Beasley
William		1779	Betsy Tanner
Samuel		1781	Mary Bland
Mary		1783	William Charles
Henry		1785	Catharine of N.C.
John		1788	Mary Hollowell
Robert S.	1790	Sarah Tanner John was Capt. in Revolution 1782.  Appointed by VA Gov. Benj. Harrison.
Organized 1st Militia in KY., Capt. of it - Served under Gen Geo. R. Clark
Built and Guarded forts, fought Indiana raids - Came to IND. 1810

Born: 1743 Rockbridge Co, Virginia

Died: Feb 22, 1828 aged 85 years

Buried: Stampers Creek Cemetery, Paoli Township, Orange County, Indiana

Service: In 1774 Fincastle Co,Virginia, delivered horses prior to the Battle of Point Pleasant
Logan's July 1780 Expedition Capt of Lincoln Co, Kentucky Militia; under George Rogers Clark 1781-1782

Proof: Kentucky State Library, Frankfort, Kentucky and the Virginia State Library in Richmond, Virginia
I.P.D. 127 and Reg C 8358 Payroll of Lincoln Militia gives actual service

Married: Isabella Ann ALLEN / PATTON died Feb 14, ????

  • Michael: Born 1769/70 Wythe Co/Taswell Co, Virginia died 1830 Trimble Co, KY - married Aug 18, 1790 Nelson Co, KY to Jane STEPHENSON
  • George D SR: Born 1773 Taswell Co, Virginia died Mar 14, 1842 in Orange Co, Indiana aged 69 years and married Hannah BOYD - died July 11, 1846 aged 65 years
  • John: Born 1775.80 died Jan 2, 1856 Illinois, married Feb 11 1810 Harrison County, Indiana married Mary HOLLOWELL
  • Henry: Born 1784 Kentucky died 1846 Orange County, Indiana - buried in the Old Springer Cemetery. He married abt 1810 Indiana tp Catherine/Cynthia ___________ of North Carolina/South Carolina
  • Sarah: Born 1786 Kentucky died Aug 10, 1826 buried ina field 1 mile north of Abbydell, Orange Co, Indiana. She married April 2, 1807 Jefferson County, Kentucky to Michael MILLER
  • Mary: died 1816 Orange Co, Indiana - married Oct 19, 1811 Harrison Co, Ind to William CHARLES - he died 1813 killed by the Indianss at French Lick, Indiana
  • William: Born 1775-1784 died 1852 Greene Co, IN married May 6, 1802 Jefferson Co, KY to Betsy TANNER
  • Ronert S: Born 1790 KY died 1849 buried Stampers Creek Cemetery, Orange Co, IN, married Sarah TANNER
  • Samuel: Born 1775-1794 KY married Nov 5, 1819 Orange Co, Ind, married Mary BLAND
  • Ellender: married July 19, 1798 Jefferson Co, KY to Charles BEASLEY
  • Naomi: married Mar 12, 1795 Jefferson Co, KY - Thomas MOTLEY

    Stamper's Creek Cemetery

    Directions: From the Courthouse Square in Paoli, Indiana take State Rd 56 east about four miles and Stampers Crrek Church and Cemetery is on the left or Northsides of SR 56 at the intersection with County Road CR 350E located in Section 34 of Paoli Township.

    This cemetery also is the resting grounds of Rev War Soldiers George Duncan and Joshua Reed.

    Information collected by Andrew Wilson Paoli, IN and Mrs Margaret Waters of Indianapolis, IN
    Directions and Photos: Courtesy of Edward Hitchcock and Larry Hammersley members of the Daniel Guthrie SAR Chapter of Bedford Indiana

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    Indiana Patriot Graves - Indiana State SAR