Margaret Ross "Maggie" Bagwell

F
     Margaret Ross "Maggie" Bagwell is the daughter of David Ashley Bagwell and Julie Ross Lott.

(?) Infant

?, b. 1851, d. 1851
     THE HILDRETH FAMILY book (LCCCN 89-80085) List the existance of this person. Died in infancy (p 19.) (?) Infant died in 1851. (?) Infant was born in 1851. (?) Infant was the child of Reverend Benjamin J. Hildreth and Jemima Anna Dowling.

William H. Dowling

M, b. circa 1752, d. 1783
     William H. Dowling was born circa 1752 in Augusta, Virginia. He was the son of Robert Dowling and (?) Unknown.1,2 William H. Dowling married Rebecca Walker after 1765.1 After William H. marriage, he moved to Barnwell District (in South Carolina) on the Savannah River.2 William H. served in the American Revolutionary War (American side). He died in 1783 in Orangeburg, South Carolina, " He was a strong American in Sentiment and his prominence in the community made him the object of wrathful visitations at the hands of the Tories, being way layed by them and murdered in his own house."2

Children of William H. Dowling and Rebecca Walker

Citations

  1. [S116] R.A. Dowling, Dowling Family of the South.
  2. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."

Elizabeth "Betsy" Dowling

F, b. 1763
     Elizabeth "Betsy" Dowling was born in 1763. She was the daughter of Robert Dowling and Sarah Guinn.1

Citations

  1. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."

Sarah Dowling

F, b. 1765
     Sarah Dowling was born in 1765. She was the daughter of Robert Dowling and Sarah Guinn.1

Citations

  1. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."

Millie Dowling

F
     Millie Dowling was the daughter of Robert Dowling and Sarah Guinn.1 Her married name was Gibson. Millie Dowling married William Gibson; Married William Gibson and moved to Mississippi.1

Citations

  1. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."

Elias Dowling

M, b. 1787, d. 15 January 1865
     Elias Dowling was born in 1787 in South Carolina. He was the son of John W. Dowling and Nancy Boutwell.1 Elias Dowling married Mary (?) in 1813. Elias Dowling married Elizabeth Steward on 31 March 1857. Elias Dowling died on 15 January 1865 in Eufaula, Barbour County, Alabama.

Citations

  1. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."

Reverend Zacharias Dowling

M, b. 29 July 1792, d. 19 June 1873
     Reverend Zacharias Dowling was also known as Zacheus. He was born on 29 July 1792 in South Carolina. He was the son of John W. Dowling and Nancy Boutwell.1 He was a traveling Methodist preacherand went from Chattahoochee River to the western border of the State of Alabama.1 Reverend Zacharias Dowling died on 19 June 1873 in Greenville, Alabama, at age 80.

Citations

  1. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."

Levi Dowling1

M, b. circa 1800, d. 17 October 1863
     Levi Dowling was born circa 1800 in Jeffries Creek, Darlington District, South Carolina, Several sources list him as a twin.1 He was the son of John W. Dowling and Nancy Boutwell.2 He was a local preacher.2 Levi Dowling married Ann (?) before 1824.1 Levi Dowling was CENSUS 1860 - in 1860 at Newton PO, Dale County, Alabama; Levi Dowling, age 62, farmer, values 2000/561, POB: SC;
Anne (spouse), 60, SC;
James I, 22, farm laborer, AL;
Susan, 20, AL;
Amanda, 16, AL;
Wilson, 12, AL, attended school w/in yr;
Daniel, 8, AL, attended school w/in yr.
He died on 17 October 1863 in Daleville, Dale County, Alabama. He died on 17 October 1863 in Mississippi.

Children of Levi Dowling and Ann (?)

Citations

  1. [S1093] United States Federal Census, Washington, District of Columbia, Population Schedule: Southern Division, Dale, Alabama, Page: 172, Dwelling: 98, Family Number: 98, Date: 1850.
  2. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."

Allen Dowling

M, b. 10 February 1795, d. 8 April 1873
     Allen Dowling was born on 10 February 1795 in Jeffries Creek, Darlington District, South Carolina.1 He was the son of John W. Dowling and Nancy Boutwell.2 Allen Dowling married Mary 'Polly' Heath in 1819 at South Carolina.1 Allen Dowling died on 8 April 1873 in Darlington District, South Carolina, at age 78.1 He was buried circa 9 April 1873 at Wesley Chapel Cemetery, Jeffries Creek, South Carolina.

Child of Allen Dowling and Mary 'Polly' Heath

Citations

  1. [S178] SAR: Robert Dowling for Andrew Dowling Woodham, Defines that he was born in Augusta County, Virginia.
  2. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."
  3. [S178] SAR: Robert Dowling for Andrew Dowling Woodham.

Simeon Dowling

M, b. circa 1799, d. circa 1826
     Simeon Dowling was born circa 1799 in Jeffries Creek, Darlington District, South Carolina, (It was thought that Simeon and Levi were twins - A Dowling Family of the South).1,2 He was the son of John W. Dowling and Nancy Boutwell.1,2 Simeon Dowling died circa 1826 in Jeffries Creek, Darlington District, South Carolina, Simeon died within a few months ofhis father's death. [PG's brother, Elias, paid John Stewart fifty cents for planks and one dollar for the labor of building Simeon's coffin. Simeon was single when he died.1

Citations

  1. [S116] R.A. Dowling, Dowling Family of the South.
  2. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."

Lydia Ann Dowling

F, b. 1789, d. 1873
     Lydia Ann Dowling was born in 1789 in Darlington County, South Carolina. She was the daughter of John W. Dowling and Nancy Boutwell.1 As of 1840,her married name was Stokes. Lydia Ann Dowling married John Stokes, son of John Henry Stokes and Nancy Patience Alford, in 1840 at Dale County, Alabama. Lydia Ann Dowling died in 1873 in Dale County, Alabama.

Children of Lydia Ann Dowling and John Stokes

Citations

  1. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."

Rhoda Dowling

F, b. 12 December 1797, d. 12 December 1835
     Rhoda Dowling was also known as Rhonda Dowling. She was born on 12 December 1797 in South Carolina. She was the daughter of John W. Dowling and Nancy Boutwell.1 Her married name was Stokes.2 Rhoda Dowling married Henry Stokes, son of John Henry Stokes and Nancy Patience Alford, at South Carolina.2,1 Rhoda Dowling died on 12 December 1835 at age 38.

Citations

  1. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."
  2. [S116] R.A. Dowling, Dowling Family of the South.

William Gibson

M
     William Gibson married Millie Dowling, daughter of Robert Dowling and Sarah Guinn; Married William Gibson and moved to Mississippi.1

Citations

  1. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."

William Hampton Dowling1

M, b. 1780, d. after 1830
     William Hampton Dowling was born in 1780 in Jeffries Creek, Darlington District, South Carolina.1,2,3 He was the son of James Dennis Dowling Sr. and Mary (Polly) Boutwell.1,2,3 William Hampton Dowling married Elizabeth Sara Watson at Darlington, South Carolina.1 William Hampton Dowling died after 1830 in Ware County, Georgia.1 He died in 1835 in Darlington District, South Carolina.

Child of William Hampton Dowling and Elizabeth Sara Watson

Citations

  1. [S177] SAR: James Dowling, Sr for George Butler.
  2. [S116] R.A. Dowling, Dowling Family of the South.
  3. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."

James Dennis Dowling

M, b. circa 1790, d. May 1839
     James Dennis Dowling was born circa 1790 in Jeffries Creek, Darlington District, South Carolina. He was the son of James Dennis Dowling Sr. and Mary (Polly) Boutwell.1 James Dennis Dowling died in May 1839 in Beaufort, Beaufort County, South Carolina.

Citations

  1. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."

John Jabez Dowling

M, b. 15 January 1782, d. 16 February 1866
     John Jabez Dowling was born on 15 January 1782 in Jeffries Creek, Darlington District, South Carolina.1,2 He was the son of James Dennis Dowling Sr. and Mary (Polly) Boutwell.1 John Jabez Dowling died on 16 February 1866 in Brunson, Hampton County, South Carolina, at age 84.

Citations

  1. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."
  2. [S116] R.A. Dowling, Dowling Family of the South.

Sallie Dowling

F, b. after 1773
     Sallie Dowling was born after 1773 in South Carolina.1,2 She was the daughter of James Dennis Dowling Sr. and Mary (Polly) Boutwell.1,2

Citations

  1. [S116] R.A. Dowling, Dowling Family of the South.
  2. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."

Mary Polly Dowling

F, b. after 1779
     Mary Polly Dowling was born after 1779 in South Carolina.1,2 She was the daughter of James Dennis Dowling Sr. and Mary (Polly) Boutwell.1,2

Citations

  1. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."
  2. [S116] R.A. Dowling, Dowling Family of the South.

Charlotte Letitia Dowling

F, b. after 1778
     Charlotte Letitia Dowling was born after 1778 in Darlington County, South Carolina.1,2 She was the daughter of James Dennis Dowling Sr. and Mary (Polly) Boutwell.1,2

Citations

  1. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."
  2. [S116] R.A. Dowling, Dowling Family of the South.

Amanda E. O'Neal1

F, b. circa 1820, d. 1889
     Amanda E. O'Neal was born circa 1820 in Georgia.2 She married Wesley Dowling, son of Dempsey Dowling and Martha Stokes, circa 1837.1 Her married name was Dowling.2 Amanda E. O'Neal died in 1889. She was buried at Claybank Cemetery, Ozark, Dale County, Alabama.2

Children of Amanda E. O'Neal and Wesley Dowling

Citations

  1. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."
  2. [S116] R.A. Dowling, Dowling Family of the South.

Sarah Delayney McDonald1,2

F, b. 13 November 1813, d. 9 November 1894
     Sarah Delayney McDonald was also known as Sallie. She was born on 13 November 1813 in Jasper County, Georgia.1 She was the daughter of Reverend John McDonald and Sarah Unknown.1,2 Sarah Delayney McDonald married Noel Dowling, son of Dempsey Dowling and Martha Stokes, on 17 November 1831 at Dale County, Alabama.1,3,2 As of 17 November 1831,her married name was Dowling. Sarah Delayney McDonald died on 9 November 1894 at age 80.1 She was buried at Claybank Cemetery, Ozark, Dale County, Alabama.1

Children of Sarah Delayney McDonald and Noel Dowling

Citations

  1. [S130] Sarah Delayney McDonald Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.
  2. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."
  3. [S116] R.A. Dowling, Dowling Family of the South.
  4. [S74] Original survey by E.H.Hayes, "Tombstone Records from Claybank Cemetery."

Massilon Lafayette Dowling

M, b. 19 August 1837, d. 24 June 1843
     Massilon Lafayette Dowling was also known as Marquis DeLafayette. He was born on 19 August 1837 Note: Family bible in possesion of N.P. Dowling, Ozark, AL, July 2, 1926 Gives birth date.1 He was the son of Noel Dowling and Sarah Delayney McDonald.1,2 Massilon Lafayette Dowling died on 24 June 1843 at age 5.1,2 He was buried at Claybank Cemetery, Ozark, Dale County, Alabama.

Citations

  1. [S74] Original survey by E.H.Hayes, "Tombstone Records from Claybank Cemetery."
  2. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."

Captain John Wesley Dowling1

M, b. 5 December 1832, d. 14 December 1893
     Captain John Wesley Dowling was born on 5 December 1832 in Dale County, Alabama. He was the son of Noel Dowling and Sarah Delayney McDonald.2,1 He joined the 7th Regiment, Alabama Infantry, Company F as a Lieutenant and later in the war in 53rd Regiment, Alabama Partisan Rangers, Company E (53rd Cavalry Regiment Alabama).

Regimental History
THE FIFTY-THIRD ALABAMA CAVALRY
The Fifty-third regiment of mounted infantry was organized in
the fall of 1862 by the addition of several companies to Maj.
T. F. Jenkins' battalion, which had already rendered gallant
service at Shiloh.

Major Jenklns and Captain Cox commanded mounted companies in
the Seventh Alabama prior to April, 1862. The regiment was
first placed in Roddey's brigade, and fought at Thompson's
Station, Brentwood, Town Creek and in the pursuit of Streight.

It was on picket duty at Dalton in April, 1864. When Roddey's
brigade was transferred to General Polk's department, this
regiment was detached and was brigaded under General Hannon,
and afterward General Hagan, in General Wheeler's cavalry
corps, and took part in the perilous fighting all the way from
Dalton to Atlanta.

It participated in the daring raid of 1864 in Sherman's rear,
and captured 100 men and 1,500 beef cattle; it fought at
Jonesboro and Resaca, and continued to harass the Federals in
the Carolinas.

Its first colonel, M. W. Hannon, was early promoted to the
command of a brigade. Lieut.-Col. J. F. Gaines, who succeeded
in command, was wounded at Waynesboro. Major Jenkins and Capt.
L. E. Locke were captured near Florence, and Capt. W. R. Davis
near Rome.

Source: Confederate Military History, vol. VIII, p. 283.1 Captain John Wesley Dowling married Anna Jane (Annie) Thompson on 11 May 1862.1,2 [ Need to insert his very successful business career here (page 48) ].1 John Wesley served as a State Legislature in Alabama.1 He died on 14 December 1893 in Dale County, Alabama, at age 61. He was buried at Claybank Cemetery, Ozark, Dale County, Alabama.1

Citations

  1. [S116] R.A. Dowling, Dowling Family of the South.
  2. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."

Angus Dowling1

M, b. 20 February 1834, d. 8 January 1904
     Angus Dowling was born on 20 February 1834 in Dale County, Alabama.2,1,3 He was the son of Noel Dowling and Sarah Delayney McDonald.2 Angus whole adult life was spent preaching the Gospel; for forty-five years he was an active member of the Alabama Conference, Methodist Episcopal Church South. He preached his first in the little log chruch at Claybank in the 1850's and his last one on the Daleville Circuit late in 1903.1 He married Laura Lavinia Boswell, daughter of Dr. Thomas Coke Boswell and Sarah Martha Herrin, on 7 November 1865 at Montgomery County, Alabama.2,1 Angus Dowling died on 8 January 1904 in Daleville, Dale County, Alabama, at age 69.2,1 He was buried at Claybank Cemetery, Ozark, Dale County, Alabama.2,1

Children of Angus Dowling and Laura Lavinia Boswell

Citations

  1. [S116] R.A. Dowling, Dowling Family of the South.
  2. [S74] Original survey by E.H.Hayes, "Tombstone Records from Claybank Cemetery."
  3. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."

Simeon Dowling

M, b. 15 May 1835, d. 24 November 1911
     From "Early History of Southeast Alabama" by W.L. Andrews from "The Southern Star" - May 31, 1899. Gives relationship .

Note: Family bible in the possesion of N.P. Dowling, Ozark, AL, July 2, 1926 Gives birth date. Simeon Dowling married Sarah Jane Welch.1 Simeon Dowling was born on 15 May 1835.2,1 He was the son of Noel Dowling and Sarah Delayney McDonald. Simeon Dowling died on 24 November 1911 at age 76.2,1 He was buried circa 25 November 1911 at Claybank Cemetery, Ozark, Dale County, Alabama.2

Child of Simeon Dowling and Sarah Jane Welch

Citations

  1. [S131] Simeon Dowling Grave Stone, Find a Grave, www.findagrave.com.
  2. [S74] Original survey by E.H.Hayes, "Tombstone Records from Claybank Cemetery."

James King Dowling

M, b. 6 March 1840, d. 6 September 1861
     James King Dowling was born on 6 March 1840.1 He was the son of Noel Dowling and Sarah Delayney McDonald.1 Believe he was in the civil war. His tombstone reads "In the service of his native Alabama Near Pensacola Fla."

There is a James K. Dowling listed in the 7th Regiment, Alabama Infantry.
7th Infantry Regiment, organized at Pensacola, Florida, in May, 1861, contained eight infantry and two mounted companies. Its members were from the counties of Calhoun, Madison, Chambers, Cherokee, Butler, Pike, Barbour, Jackson, Wilcox, Lauderdale, Dallas, Montgomery, and Autauga. It remained on duty at Pensacola until November, then moved to East Tennessee. Ordered to Corinth, the regiment disbanded prior to the Battle of Shiloh, as the time of service of most of the companies expired in April, 1862. The two mounted companies from Autauga and Lauderdale retained their organization and fought in the battle, then became part of the 53rd Alabama Cavalry. The remaining officers and men joined other Alabama commands. Its field officers were Colonel S.A.M. Wood, Lieutenant Colonel John G. Coltart, and Major Alfred A. Russell.1,2 James King Dowling died on 6 September 1861 in near Pensacola, Florida, at age 21.1 He was buried circa 7 September 1861 at Claybank Cemetery, Ozark, Dale County, Alabama.1

Citations

  1. [S74] Original survey by E.H.Hayes, "Tombstone Records from Claybank Cemetery."
  2. [S526] Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System: James K. Dowling, online http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/

Daniel Young Dowling

M, b. 3 July 1842, d. 5 September 1922
     Note: From "Early History of Southeast Alabama" by W.L. Andrews from "The Southern Star" - May 31, 1899. Gives relationships.


Note: Family bible in possession of N.P. Dowling, Ozark, AL, July 2 1926. Gives birth date. Daniel Young Dowling was born on 3 July 1842. He was the son of Noel Dowling and Sarah Delayney McDonald. Daniel Young Dowling died on 5 September 1922 at age 80.

Noel Peeler Dowling

M, b. 7 May 1845, d. 23 August 1923
     Noel Peeler Dowling was also known as Noel Peler.1 Noel Peeler Dowling was also known as Noel Pealer. He was born on 7 May 1845.1 He was the son of Noel Dowling and Sarah Delayney McDonald.1 He served in the 53rd Regiment, Alabama Partisan Rangers for the CSA during the civil war.

53rd Regiment Partisan Rangers was organized at Montgomery, Alabama, in November, 1862. Two of its companies had seen priorservice with the 7th Alabama Infantry Regiment. Men of this command were from the counties of Autauga, Lauderdale, Macon, Pike, Coosa, Tallapoosa, Dallas, Monroe, Wilcox, Lowndes, Dale, Coffee, and Montgomery. It first served in the District of the Gulf and in December contained 517 effectives. The unit was later assigned to Roddey's and M.W. Hanno's Brigade, Wheeler's Corps. It saw action at Thompson's Station, Brentwood, and Town Creek, was involved at the Atlanta Campaign, then participated in the defense of Savannah and the campaign of the Carolinas. Only a small number surrendered in April, 1865. Colonel Moses W. Hannon, Lieutenant Colonel John F. Gaines, and Major Thomas F. Jenkins were in command.1

Noel Peeler Dowling married Eudora Dowling, daughter of Edward Dowling and Anna M. Oates, on 23 December 1875. Noel Peeler Dowling died on 23 August 1923 at age 78.1 He was buried circa 24 August 1923 at Claybank Cemetery, Ozark, Dale County, Alabama.1 Note: Family bible in the possession of N.P. Dowling, Ozark, AL, July 2, 1926 Gives middle name and birth date.

Citations

  1. [S74] Original survey by E.H.Hayes, "Tombstone Records from Claybank Cemetery."

Gabriel Pastory Dowling

M, b. 6 August 1848, d. 7 February 1931
     Gabriel Pastory Dowling was born on 6 August 1848. He was the son of Noel Dowling and Sarah Delayney McDonald. He served as the Dale County Judge.1 Gabriel Pastory Dowling died on 7 February 1931 at age 82.

Citations

  1. [S448] W.L. Andrews, "Early History of Southeast Alabama."