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Two years later, in March 1633/4, Edward Doty was fined 9 shillings and 11 pence for drawing blood in a fight with Josias Cooke. In January 1637/8, Doty was fined for assaulting George Clarke. In 1639, Edward Doty posted "bail" for John Coombes, who was charged with giving out poisoned drinks.<ref name=Pilgrim />
Two years later, in March 1633/4, Edward Doty was fined 9 shillings and 11 pence for drawing blood in a fight with Josias Cooke. In January 1637/8, Doty was fined for assaulting George Clarke. In 1639, Edward Doty posted "bail" for John Coombes, who was charged with giving out poisoned drinks.<ref name=Pilgrim />
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Bradford tells us in his journal of Plymouth Plantation states in early 1651 "Edward Doty, by his second wife hath seven children, and that both he and they are living."<ref name=Bradford>William Bradford (Samuel Morison, ed.), Of Plymouth Plantation, New York: Random House (1952).</ref><ref>Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume 11, Part II, pgs 1 and 2.</ref>
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Bradford tells us in his journal of Plymouth Plantation in early 1651 "Edward Doty, by his second wife hath seven children, and that both he and they are living."<ref name=Bradford>William Bradford (Samuel Morison, ed.), Of Plymouth Plantation, New York: Random House (1952).</ref><ref>Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume 11, Part II, pgs 1 and 2.</ref>
Edward married first, before 1635; the name of this wife is not seen in any record. Her existence is implied only by Bradford's comment that Edward had "a second wife".<ref name=Ancestors /><ref name=Bradford />
Edward married first, before 1635; the name of this wife is not seen in any record. Her existence is implied only by Bradford's comment that Edward had "a second wife".<ref name=Ancestors /><ref name=Bradford />


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