Biography of George C. Doud
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Doud, George C., Stockholm, was born in Stockholm, April 6, 1840. He is a son of Horace Doud, a native of Addison county, Vermont, born, July 7, 1804. Here he was educated and married Sarah Chapman of the same county, born February 22, 1807. They had four sons and three daughters. Mr. Doud came to Stockholm iii 1838 and settled on a farm now owned by Mr. Rockwood, and except ten years when he lived near Bieknellville, he has spent his days here. In politics he was a Whig and a Republican. He and his wife were members of the M. E. church. He died March 2, 1884, and his wife September 12, 1891, at eighty-four years of age. George C. Doud was reared in Stockholm. he engaged in farming, which has been his life occupation, having 300 acres of land and carries on general farming and dairying, keeping twenty cows with other stock, including a flock of fifty or sixty sheep. He married Martha Dunbar of Stockholm, born March 31, 1847, a daughter of Nathan S. Dunbar, whose father was one of the early settlers of Potsdam. Nathan S. Dunbar was twice married, first in 1846 to Mary A. Rowley, by whom he had one son and two daughters. Mrs. Dunbar died in 1866 and he married Lucy C. Thatcher, a native of Stockholm, born in 1825. Her parents were Harvey Thatcher, a native of Newport, N. H., and Polly Rowley of Crown Point, N. Y. Subject and wife have had one son, born October 9, 1872. Mr. Doud is a Republican in politics, and a member of the P. of H., Stockholm Lodge No. 538.

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