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Dauge, Dugue, Dozier
Posted by: Louise Woods (ID *****2947) Date: March 09, 2010 at 08:19:01
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James Jacques Dauge
Married Mary Bonney
Had 9 children
Died 1719, will probated Sept. 2, 1719, Princess Anne County, Virginia. His "beloved wife" was exec. with her brother, John Bonney, as her assistant. By this we know Mary Bonney Dauge survived her husband, James, and that he could not have had a later marriage.
Children as named in the will: John, Richard, William Mary, Macina, Nowdina, James and Peter Dauge and Jacquelina Cannon.
Some descendants now use the spelling DOZIER.

James Jacquez Dugue
Married (1) Judith Soupzmain
Married (2) Elizabeth Dupuy
Had 6 children
Died by 1696 Distribution of Estate: Oct. 27, 1696 Peter DuGue named as executor.
Children as named in this document: Peter DuGue, Isaac DuGue, Elizabeth DuGue, Judith DuBordieu*, Mary DuBose/c*, James Jacquez DuGue, Jr.* (deceased - his daughter Marianna DuGue is included)
*Probably children of the first marriage.
Some descendants now use DUKE.

Leonard Dozier's name was DOZIER at the time of his naturalization in 1683/84 (Recorded in Westmoreland County, Virginia in 1734. Some say the wife of Leonard Dozier was Elizabeth Dupuy and cite the fact that she was made the adm. of Leonard's estate after his death in 1693. This document does not mention the Dupuy at all. Elizabeth was a very common name. To say this is Elizabeth Dupuy is a stretch unless proof can be found.


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