Thank you for your offer of DOOLEY help. I have also worked on Bedford Co. DOOLEYs for a long, long time. I was interested in the Arain DOOLEY because my husband's gt.gt.grandfather was Aaron DOOLY (sometimes spelled DOOLEY), as listed in the Tennessee censuses below:
Aaron--1840 Hawkins Co., TN between 20 and 30 yrs. 1 other male in household, 15-20. 2 females u. 5, 1 5-10, and 1 15-20. 1 engaged in Manufacture and Trade.
Aaron--1860 Jefferson Co., TN; 47; painter; b. VA. Mary, 38, b. VA, Alice J., 8 mths., b. TN. Mary F. BROWN, 70, b. VA.
Actually, I cannot prove that the two men above are the same man. Could be father and son. To be the same man, he would have been married a second time, this time to Mary BROWN, in Knox Co., TN, in 1857.
For several years I hoped that our Aaron was Aaron B., the son of Aaron and grandson of George. But I have learned from descendants of Aaron B. that he never went to TN from KY.
If you have any other ideas, I would love to hear from you. Thanks again.
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