DOWLING ONE NAME STUDY

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(Unknown)1

F, #8401, d. about 1832

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Family :-
: Partner: John William Dowling (b. 12 May 1807, d. 4 July 1878)

Children:


BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Death: (Unknown) died about 1832, in New York City, New York, New York, USA. Note: Cholera.2

Events - Death & Burial

  • 1832
    Death
    About 1832 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    (Unknown) died about 1832, in New York City, New York, New York, USA. Note: Cholera.
    Citation: 2

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study (Unknown) has the reference number 8401.





Citations

  1. [S3073] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: 1850 census of United States of America, NEW YORK. NEW YORK. Digital images. www.ancestry.co.uk. www.ancestry.co.uk : see citation.,
    Citation Detail: Census for DOWLING, JOHN household Database online. New York Ward 9 District 2, New York, New York, roll M432_543, page 214, image 429; First name(s) Last name Gender Age Birth year Birth place John Dowling Male 63 1807 England Maria Dowling Female 61 1809 New Hampshire George T Dowling Male 22 1848 New York Lillia R Dowling Female 24 1846 New York Mary A Meredith Male 23 1847 England,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) 2009:-

    Census-1850-USA-Dowling-John-001.jpg
    Database online. New York Ward 9 District 2, New York, New York, roll M432_543, page 214, image 429.
  2. [S394] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: Mostly reliable but does need checking. Wikipedia is hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation, a non-profit organization that also hosts a range of other projects. https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Terms_of_use,
    Repository: Internet Site: Wikipedia,
    Citation Detail: Record for JOHN DOWLING 2019,
    Citation Text: John Dowling (pastor) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    The Reverend John William Dowling was the author of The History of Romanism from the Earliest Corruptions of Christianity to the Present Time.
    Personal life
    Born in England, he moved to New York with his wife and two children in the year 1832. At this time the cholera was raging as an epidemic. Leaving his family in New York to pay a flying visit to Catskill, he returned to find his wife and one of his children dead from this dreadful disease - already in their coffins, prepared for burial. Overwhelmed with grief, he returned with his remaining child to Catskill, where he became the pastor of the Baptist Church of that place. While laboring here he met and married Maria S. Perkins, daughter of a prominent gentleman of that town, and who bore him a son.
    Career
    He held pastorates in New York, Philadelphia, Providence and Newport, R. I. Upon leaving Catskill he accepted a call to the Tabernacle Baptist Church, of New York. Here he remained for several years, during which time his son was born. From here he removed to Providence, R. I., to become the pastor of the First Baptist Church of that town. During his labors in Providence the degree of Master of Arts was conferred upon him by the Trustees of Brown University. From here he removed to New York city, where he labored not only as a pastor, but as a powerful opponent of the Roman Catholic. Having enjoyed a liberal college education in his own country, he became a formidable opponent, and entered the list in public discussion with the renowned Archbishop Hughes, at the same time penning the History of Romanism, which went through multiple editions.
    On leaving New York he removed to Philadelphia, succeeding the celebrated Dr. Stoughton[2] as pastor of the Sansom Street Baptist Church. Here he was as popular as elsewhere, ministering to one of the largest congregations in the city, and maintaining his high position as a leader in the Baptist denomination. He once more returned to New York, where he again officiated in his holy calling, though with less demonstration. As of 1873 he was sixty-five years of age and in the enjoyment of good health. His son by his second wife grew up to become a doctor.
    References
    This article incorporates text from the public-domain Cleave's Biographical Cyclopaedia of Homeopathic Physicians and Surgeons of 1873.
    Dowling, John (1845). The History of Romanism: from the Earliest Corruptions of Christianity to the Present Time (fourth ed.), E. Walker. pp. -2.
    (2) Presumably, William Staughton who retired in 1822
    External links
    Biography
    Online book: "The History of Romanism: From the earliest corruptions of Christianity to the present time "

(Unknown) Dowling

M, #8402, d. DECEASED

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Parents



BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Death: (Unknown) Dowling died DECEASED.

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study (Unknown) Dowling has the reference number 8402.





(Unknown) Dowling

M, #8403, d. about 1832

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Parents



BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Death: (Unknown) Dowling died about 1832, in New York City, New York, New York, USA. Note: Cholera.1

Events - Death & Burial

  • 1832
    Death
    About 1832 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    (Unknown) Dowling died about 1832, in New York City, New York, New York, USA. Note: Cholera.
    Citation: 1

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study (Unknown) Dowling has the reference number 8403.





Citations

  1. [S394] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: Mostly reliable but does need checking. Wikipedia is hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation, a non-profit organization that also hosts a range of other projects. https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Terms_of_use,
    Repository: Internet Site: Wikipedia,
    Citation Detail: Record for JOHN DOWLING 2019,
    Citation Text: John Dowling (pastor) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    The Reverend John William Dowling was the author of The History of Romanism from the Earliest Corruptions of Christianity to the Present Time.
    Personal life
    Born in England, he moved to New York with his wife and two children in the year 1832. At this time the cholera was raging as an epidemic. Leaving his family in New York to pay a flying visit to Catskill, he returned to find his wife and one of his children dead from this dreadful disease - already in their coffins, prepared for burial. Overwhelmed with grief, he returned with his remaining child to Catskill, where he became the pastor of the Baptist Church of that place. While laboring here he met and married Maria S. Perkins, daughter of a prominent gentleman of that town, and who bore him a son.
    Career
    He held pastorates in New York, Philadelphia, Providence and Newport, R. I. Upon leaving Catskill he accepted a call to the Tabernacle Baptist Church, of New York. Here he remained for several years, during which time his son was born. From here he removed to Providence, R. I., to become the pastor of the First Baptist Church of that town. During his labors in Providence the degree of Master of Arts was conferred upon him by the Trustees of Brown University. From here he removed to New York city, where he labored not only as a pastor, but as a powerful opponent of the Roman Catholic. Having enjoyed a liberal college education in his own country, he became a formidable opponent, and entered the list in public discussion with the renowned Archbishop Hughes, at the same time penning the History of Romanism, which went through multiple editions.
    On leaving New York he removed to Philadelphia, succeeding the celebrated Dr. Stoughton[2] as pastor of the Sansom Street Baptist Church. Here he was as popular as elsewhere, ministering to one of the largest congregations in the city, and maintaining his high position as a leader in the Baptist denomination. He once more returned to New York, where he again officiated in his holy calling, though with less demonstration. As of 1873 he was sixty-five years of age and in the enjoyment of good health. His son by his second wife grew up to become a doctor.
    References
    This article incorporates text from the public-domain Cleave's Biographical Cyclopaedia of Homeopathic Physicians and Surgeons of 1873.
    Dowling, John (1845). The History of Romanism: from the Earliest Corruptions of Christianity to the Present Time (fourth ed.), E. Walker. pp. -2.
    (2) Presumably, William Staughton who retired in 1822
    External links
    Biography
    Online book: "The History of Romanism: From the earliest corruptions of Christianity to the present time "

Maria S Perkins1

F, #8404, b. 1810, d. DECEASED

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Family :-
: Partner: John William Dowling (b. 12 May 1807, d. 4 July 1878)

Children:


BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: Maria S Perkins was born in 1810 in London, EnglandG.2,3
  • Marriage: She and John William Dowling were married before 1835.
  • Death: She died DECEASED.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1809
    Birth
    1809 | New Hampshire, USAG
    Citation: 4
  • 1810
    Birth
    1810 | London, EnglandG
    Citations: 2,3
  • 1835
    Before 1835
    Birth 12 May 1807 | London, EnglandG
    Death: 4 July 1878 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Maria S Perkins and John William Dowling were married before 1835.
  • 1850
    Census
    1 August 1850 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 40; Marital Status: APPARENTLY Married; Relation to Head: APPARENTLY Wife.
    Citation: 2
  • 1850
    Residence
    1 August 1850 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Detail: [287] Ward 9.
    Citation: 2
  • 1860
    Residence
    5 June 1860 | New York, New York, New York, USAG
    Detail: 49 Ward 9 District 4.
    Citation: 3
  • 1860
    Census
    5 June 1860 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 50; Marital Status: APPARENTLY Married; Relation to Head: APPARENTLY Wife.
    Citation: 3
  • 1870
    Occupation
    28 September 1870 | Newark, Essex, New Jersey, USAG
    Keeping house.
    Citation: 4
  • 1870
    Residence
    28 September 1870 | Newark, Essex, New Jersey, USAG
    Detail: [645] Newark Ward 9.
    Citation: 4
  • 1870
    Census
    28 September 1870 | Newark, Essex, New Jersey, USAG
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 61; Marital Status: Married; Relation to Head: Wife.
    Citation: 4

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Name Maria S Dowling
    Citation: 3
  • Name Maria Dowling
    Citations: 2,4
  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Maria S Perkins has the reference number 8404.





Citations

  1. [S394] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: Mostly reliable but does need checking. Wikipedia is hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation, a non-profit organization that also hosts a range of other projects. https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Terms_of_use,
    Repository: Internet Site: Wikipedia,
    Citation Detail: Record for JOHN DOWLING 2019,
    Citation Text: John Dowling (pastor) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    The Reverend John William Dowling was the author of The History of Romanism from the Earliest Corruptions of Christianity to the Present Time.
    Personal life
    Born in England, he moved to New York with his wife and two children in the year 1832. At this time the cholera was raging as an epidemic. Leaving his family in New York to pay a flying visit to Catskill, he returned to find his wife and one of his children dead from this dreadful disease - already in their coffins, prepared for burial. Overwhelmed with grief, he returned with his remaining child to Catskill, where he became the pastor of the Baptist Church of that place. While laboring here he met and married Maria S. Perkins, daughter of a prominent gentleman of that town, and who bore him a son.
    Career
    He held pastorates in New York, Philadelphia, Providence and Newport, R. I. Upon leaving Catskill he accepted a call to the Tabernacle Baptist Church, of New York. Here he remained for several years, during which time his son was born. From here he removed to Providence, R. I., to become the pastor of the First Baptist Church of that town. During his labors in Providence the degree of Master of Arts was conferred upon him by the Trustees of Brown University. From here he removed to New York city, where he labored not only as a pastor, but as a powerful opponent of the Roman Catholic. Having enjoyed a liberal college education in his own country, he became a formidable opponent, and entered the list in public discussion with the renowned Archbishop Hughes, at the same time penning the History of Romanism, which went through multiple editions.
    On leaving New York he removed to Philadelphia, succeeding the celebrated Dr. Stoughton[2] as pastor of the Sansom Street Baptist Church. Here he was as popular as elsewhere, ministering to one of the largest congregations in the city, and maintaining his high position as a leader in the Baptist denomination. He once more returned to New York, where he again officiated in his holy calling, though with less demonstration. As of 1873 he was sixty-five years of age and in the enjoyment of good health. His son by his second wife grew up to become a doctor.
    References
    This article incorporates text from the public-domain Cleave's Biographical Cyclopaedia of Homeopathic Physicians and Surgeons of 1873.
    Dowling, John (1845). The History of Romanism: from the Earliest Corruptions of Christianity to the Present Time (fourth ed.), E. Walker. pp. -2.
    (2) Presumably, William Staughton who retired in 1822
    External links
    Biography
    Online book: "The History of Romanism: From the earliest corruptions of Christianity to the present time "
  2. [S3073] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: 1850 census of United States of America, NEW YORK. NEW YORK. Digital images. www.ancestry.co.uk. www.ancestry.co.uk : see citation.,
    Citation Detail: Census for DOWLING, JOHN household Database online. New York Ward 9 District 2, New York, New York, roll M432_543, page 214, image 429; First name(s) Last name Gender Age Birth year Birth place John Dowling Male 63 1807 England Maria Dowling Female 61 1809 New Hampshire George T Dowling Male 22 1848 New York Lillia R Dowling Female 24 1846 New York Mary A Meredith Male 23 1847 England,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) 2009:-

    Census-1850-USA-Dowling-John-001.jpg
    Database online. New York Ward 9 District 2, New York, New York, roll M432_543, page 214, image 429.
  3. [S2794] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: 1860 census of United States of America, NEW YORK. NEW YORK. Digital images. Find My Past. www.findmypast.co.uk : see citation.

    Record set: Us Census 1860; Category: Census, land & surveys; Subcategory: Census; Collections from: Americas, United States,
    Citation Detail: Census for DOWLING, JOHN household of New York Ward 9 District 4, New York, New York, post office New York; Roll M653_796, page 15, image 17;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) 1999:- Across two pages;
    Last name Gender Age First name(s) Birth year Birth place
    Dowling Male 52 John 1808 England
    Dowling Female 50 Maria S 1810 Massachusetts
    Dowling Male 17 Joseph J 1843 Rhode Island
    Dowling Female 14 Lilia R 1846 New York
    Dowling Male 11 George F 1849 New York
    Kiernan Female 16 Elizabeth 1844 New York

    Census-1860-USA-Dowling-John-1808-NY-NY-A.jpg
    Database online. New York Ward 9 District 4, New York, New York, post office New York, roll M653_796, page 15, image 17.
    Census-1860-USA-Dowling-John-1808-NY-NY-B
  4. [S3277] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: 1870 census of United States of America, NEW JERSEY. ESSEX. Digital images. Multiple Portals: Find My Past, Ancestry, MyHeritage. www.findmypast.co.uk : see citation.,
    Citation Detail: Census for DOWLING, JOHN household of Newark Ward 9, Essex, New Jersey, post office , roll 881, page 287, image 579.,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) 1998:-
    Dowling, John
    Dowling, Maria
    Dowling, George T
    Dowling, Lillia R
    Meredith, Mary A

    Census-1870-USA-Dowling-Lillia-R-0001.jpg
    Database online. Newark Ward 9, Essex, New Jersey, post office , roll 881, page 287, image 579.

Caroline M Dowling1

F, #8405, b. 1835, d. DECEASED

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Parents



BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: Caroline M Dowling was born in 1835 in Rhode Island, USAG.1
  • Death: She died DECEASED.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1835
    Birth
    1835 | Rhode Island, USAG
    Citation: 1
  • Occupation
    Doctor.
    Citation: 2
  • 1850
    Census
    1 August 1850 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 4; Marital Status: Unmarried; Relation to Head: APPARENTLY Daughter.
    Citation: 1
  • 1850
    Residence
    1 August 1850 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Detail: [287] Ward 9.
    Citation: 1

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Caroline M Dowling has the reference number 8405.





Citations

  1. [S3073] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: 1850 census of United States of America, NEW YORK. NEW YORK. Digital images. www.ancestry.co.uk. www.ancestry.co.uk : see citation.,
    Citation Detail: Census for DOWLING, JOHN household Database online. New York Ward 9 District 2, New York, New York, roll M432_543, page 214, image 429; First name(s) Last name Gender Age Birth year Birth place John Dowling Male 63 1807 England Maria Dowling Female 61 1809 New Hampshire George T Dowling Male 22 1848 New York Lillia R Dowling Female 24 1846 New York Mary A Meredith Male 23 1847 England,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) 2009:-

    Census-1850-USA-Dowling-John-001.jpg
    Database online. New York Ward 9 District 2, New York, New York, roll M432_543, page 214, image 429.
  2. [S394] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: Mostly reliable but does need checking. Wikipedia is hosted by the Wikimedia Foundation, a non-profit organization that also hosts a range of other projects. https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Terms_of_use,
    Repository: Internet Site: Wikipedia,
    Citation Detail: Record for JOHN DOWLING 2019,
    Citation Text: John Dowling (pastor) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    The Reverend John William Dowling was the author of The History of Romanism from the Earliest Corruptions of Christianity to the Present Time.
    Personal life
    Born in England, he moved to New York with his wife and two children in the year 1832. At this time the cholera was raging as an epidemic. Leaving his family in New York to pay a flying visit to Catskill, he returned to find his wife and one of his children dead from this dreadful disease - already in their coffins, prepared for burial. Overwhelmed with grief, he returned with his remaining child to Catskill, where he became the pastor of the Baptist Church of that place. While laboring here he met and married Maria S. Perkins, daughter of a prominent gentleman of that town, and who bore him a son.
    Career
    He held pastorates in New York, Philadelphia, Providence and Newport, R. I. Upon leaving Catskill he accepted a call to the Tabernacle Baptist Church, of New York. Here he remained for several years, during which time his son was born. From here he removed to Providence, R. I., to become the pastor of the First Baptist Church of that town. During his labors in Providence the degree of Master of Arts was conferred upon him by the Trustees of Brown University. From here he removed to New York city, where he labored not only as a pastor, but as a powerful opponent of the Roman Catholic. Having enjoyed a liberal college education in his own country, he became a formidable opponent, and entered the list in public discussion with the renowned Archbishop Hughes, at the same time penning the History of Romanism, which went through multiple editions.
    On leaving New York he removed to Philadelphia, succeeding the celebrated Dr. Stoughton[2] as pastor of the Sansom Street Baptist Church. Here he was as popular as elsewhere, ministering to one of the largest congregations in the city, and maintaining his high position as a leader in the Baptist denomination. He once more returned to New York, where he again officiated in his holy calling, though with less demonstration. As of 1873 he was sixty-five years of age and in the enjoyment of good health. His son by his second wife grew up to become a doctor.
    References
    This article incorporates text from the public-domain Cleave's Biographical Cyclopaedia of Homeopathic Physicians and Surgeons of 1873.
    Dowling, John (1845). The History of Romanism: from the Earliest Corruptions of Christianity to the Present Time (fourth ed.), E. Walker. pp. -2.
    (2) Presumably, William Staughton who retired in 1822
    External links
    Biography
    Online book: "The History of Romanism: From the earliest corruptions of Christianity to the present time "

John William Dowling

M, #8407, b. 11 August 1837, d. DECEASED

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Parents



Family :-
: Partner: Minnie Russell (d. 1858)

Children:


BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: John William Dowling was born on 11 August 1837 in New York City, New York, New York, USA.1,2
  • Marriage: He and Minnie Russell were married in 1855.1
  • Marriage: He and F A Dowley were married about 1861.1
  • Death: He died DECEASED.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1837
    Birth
    11 August 1837 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Citations: 1,2
  • 1855
    Marriage | Minnie Russell
    1855
    Death: 1858
    John William Dowling and Minnie Russell were married in 1855.
    Citation: 1
  • 1861
    Marriage | F A Dowley
    About 1861
    Death: DECEASED
    He and F A Dowley were married about 1861.
    Citation: 1
  • Residence
    Lake George, Warren, New York, USAG
    Detail: 'Country Seat'.
    Citation: 1
  • Occupation
    New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Medical practice with Dr Abraham D Wilson pioneer of homoeopathy.
    Citation: 1
  • Occupation
    Hagerstown, Washington, Maryland, USAG
    In medical practice with Dr SS Lungren.
  • Education
    Pennsylvania, USA
    He was educated in Pennsylvania, USA. Lewisburgh College.
  • Education
    He was educated. Medical Doctor.
    Citation: 1
  • 1850
    Residence
    1 August 1850 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Detail: [287] Ward 9.
    Citation: 2
  • 1850
    Census
    1 August 1850 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 12; Marital Status: Unmarried; Relation to Head: APPARENTLY Son.
    Citation: 2
  • Education
    Between 1854 and 1857 | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USAG
    He was educated in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USAG, between 1854 and 1857. Hahnemann College of Philadelphia (Medical.)
    Citation: 1
  • 1857
    Occupation
    1857 | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USAG
    President of Hahnemann Medical Society giving valedictory address.
    Citation: 1
  • 1870
    Occupation
    1870 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Chair of Theory and Practice in New York Homoeopathic Medical College.
    Citation: 1
  • 1871
    Occupation
    1871 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Registrar of Homoeopathic Medical College.
    Citation: 1

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Name John W Dowling
    Citation: 2
  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study John William Dowling has the reference number 8407.
  • Title
    He held the title of "Dr."
    Citation: 1


Person Exhibits

Portrait-Dowling-John-William-Pastor-1837
Photo-Dowling-John-William-Pastor-1837.jpg



Citations

  1. [S397] SOURCE: (Full): Egbert Cleave,
    Repository: On-line,
    Citation Text: DOWLING, JOHN WILLIAM, M. D., of New York city, was born in the city of New York, August 11th, 1837, and is the son of the Rev. John Dowling, A. M., D. D., whose life is so replete with public interest that we shall give a short sketch of it previous to our notice of his son. Born in England, he came to this country with his wife and two children in the year 1832. At this time the cholera was raging as an epidemic. Leaving his family in New York to pay a flying visit to Catskill, he returned to find his wife and one of his children dead from this dreadful disease -already in their coffins, prepared for burial. Overwhelmed with grief, he returned with his remaining child to Catskill, where he became the pastor of the Baptist Church of that place. While laboring here he met and married Maria S. Perkins, daughter of a prominent gentleman of that town, and who afterward became the mother of John W.

    He has stood for years at the head of the denomination, and is author of the celebrated work entitled "Dowling's History of Romanism." For over forty years he has successfully labored and preached the Gospel, holding pastorates in New York, Philadelphia, Providence and Newport, R. I. Upon leaving Catskill he accepted a call to the Tabernacle Baptist Church, of New York. Here he remained for several years, during which time his son was born. From here he removed to Providence, R. I., to become the pastor of the First Baptist Church of that town. During his labors in Providence the degree of Master of Arts was conferred upon him by the Trustees of Brown University. From here he removed to New York city, where he labored not only as a pastor, but as a powerful opponent of Popery. Having enjoyed a liberal college education in his own country, he became a formidable opponent, and entered the list in public discussion with the renowned Archbishop Hughes, at the same time penning the "History of Romanism," which obtained for him the degree of D. D. from two celebrated theological seminaries. This great work has been through four editions, the last of which was revised and carried up to the present time. It is now the most complete history of Romanism extant, and stands as an acknowledged authority. On leaving New York he removed to Philadelphia, succeeding the celebrated Dr. Stoughton as pastor of the Sansom Street Baptist Church. Here he was as popular as elsewhere, ministering to one of the largest congregations in the city, and maintaining his high position as a leader in the Baptist denomination. He once more returned to New York, where he still officiates in his holy calling, though with less demonstration. At this date he is sixty-five years of age and in the enjoyment of good health, using his vast influence for good, as he has never failed to do. His fortune being ample, his family have enjoyed the benefits of a superior education.

    The legitimate subject of this sketch received his primary education at Lewisburgh College, Pa., and began his medical studies at the Hahnemann College of Philadelphia in the year 1854, graduating, after three years of study, in 1857. At the time of his graduation he was President of the Hahnemann Medical Society, connected with the College, and had the honor of delivering the valedictory address.

    He at once commenced practice, in partnership with Dr. S. S. Lungren, of Hagerstown, Md., where he remained one year ; but finding the field much too circumscribed for his exalted ideas, he returned to his native city, associating himself in practice with the celebrated Dr. Abraham D. Wilson, one of the pioneers of homœopathy in America. On the death of Dr. Wilson he succeeded to his practice, and from that time to the present has enjoyed a very large and lucrative patronage.

    In 1870, he accepted the chair of Theory and Practice in the New York Homœopathic Medical College, and in 1871, was elected Registrar, which positions he still retains. In the same year he, being deeply impressed with the fact that surgery had been so neglected in our schools as to bring discredit upon homœopathy, and pained at the boast so often made by the old school physicians that when work was to be done we were obliged to call upon them -conceived the idea of founding a homœopathic surgical hospital in connection with the college. To this end he lent all his energy. A board of incorporators was formed, and application made to the State Legislature for a charter. Of course opposition was met with, and in response to a dispatch that the bill was in danger, he hastened to Albany, and in person appeared before the committee having the matter in charge, and before he left succeeded in obtaining a favorable report. Funds were now needed, to raise which -having failed in his appeals to the State and city authorities- he conceived the idea of a grand homœopathic fair, to be under the management of the ladies of the prominent physicians of the city. Help came from all quarters, resulting in one of the most successful charity fairs ever held in this country, and netting to the institution nearly $40,000 in cash. Probably nothing had ever done more towards elevating the standard of homœopathy in New York. The public had an opportunity of seeing for themselves who the patrons of homœopathy were, and learned, as it had been often claimed, that they were among the most aristocratic and wealthy portion of the community. This hospital is now in active operation, and bids fair to become one of the most useful institutions of the kind in the country.

    Dr. Dowling has associated with himself in practice Dr. Homer I. Ostrom, a graduate of the New York College, and a son of Dr. Joshua W. Ostrom, of Goshen, N. Y.

    In the fall of 1855, Dr. Dowling was married to Miss Minnie Russel, daughter of the Hon. Joseph Russel, of Warren county, N. Y. After three years of married life she died, leaving one child, who in three months followed her to the grave. After remaining a widower for three years, he married Miss F. A., daughter of L. A. Dowley, Esq., a prominent and wealthy merchant of New York city. By this marriage he has had three children, two sons and one daughter.

    The doctor is and has been an indefatigable worker ; possessed of executive talents of the highest order, he has contributed much towards the success of the college, and the elevation and dissemination of homœopathy in New York. He had the honor of delivering the annual address before the State Medical Society at its last meeting. The doctor takes but little rest, but when he does devote a short time to recreation, it is at his country seat at Lake George, where his family spend the greater portion of their summers.
  2. [S3073] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: 1850 census of United States of America, NEW YORK. NEW YORK. Digital images. www.ancestry.co.uk. www.ancestry.co.uk : see citation.,
    Citation Detail: Census for DOWLING, JOHN household Database online. New York Ward 9 District 2, New York, New York, roll M432_543, page 214, image 429; First name(s) Last name Gender Age Birth year Birth place John Dowling Male 63 1807 England Maria Dowling Female 61 1809 New Hampshire George T Dowling Male 22 1848 New York Lillia R Dowling Female 24 1846 New York Mary A Meredith Male 23 1847 England,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) 2009:-

    Census-1850-USA-Dowling-John-001.jpg
    Database online. New York Ward 9 District 2, New York, New York, roll M432_543, page 214, image 429.

Charlotte E Dowling1

F, #8408, b. 1846, d. DECEASED

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Parents



BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: Charlotte E Dowling was born in 1846 in New York City, New York, New York, USA.1
  • Death: She died DECEASED.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1846
    Birth
    1846 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Citation: 1
  • 1850
    Residence
    1 August 1850 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Detail: [287] Ward 9.
    Citation: 1
  • 1850
    Census
    1 August 1850 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 4; Marital Status: Unmarried; Relation to Head: APPARENTLY Daughter.
    Citation: 1

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Charlotte E Dowling has the reference number 8408.





Citations

  1. [S3073] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: 1850 census of United States of America, NEW YORK. NEW YORK. Digital images. www.ancestry.co.uk. www.ancestry.co.uk : see citation.,
    Citation Detail: Census for DOWLING, JOHN household Database online. New York Ward 9 District 2, New York, New York, roll M432_543, page 214, image 429; First name(s) Last name Gender Age Birth year Birth place John Dowling Male 63 1807 England Maria Dowling Female 61 1809 New Hampshire George T Dowling Male 22 1848 New York Lillia R Dowling Female 24 1846 New York Mary A Meredith Male 23 1847 England,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) 2009:-

    Census-1850-USA-Dowling-John-001.jpg
    Database online. New York Ward 9 District 2, New York, New York, roll M432_543, page 214, image 429.

George S Dowling1

M, #8409, b. 1849, d. DECEASED

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Parents



BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: George S Dowling was born in 1849 in New York City, New York, New York, USA.1,2,3
  • Death: He died DECEASED.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1849
    Birth
    1849 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Citations: 1,2,3
  • 1850
    Residence
    1 August 1850 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Detail: [287] Ward 9.
    Citation: 1
  • 1850
    Census
    1 August 1850 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 1; Marital Status: Unmarried; Relation to Head: APPARENTLY Son.
    Citation: 1
  • 1860
    Residence
    5 June 1860 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Detail: 49 Ward 9 District 4.
    Citation: 3
  • 1860
    Census
    5 June 1860 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 11; Marital Status: Unmarried; Relation to Head: APPARENTLY Son.
    Citation: 3
  • 1870
    Occupation
    28 September 1870 | Newark, Essex, New Jersey, USAG
    Clergyman.
    Citation: 2
  • 1870
    Residence
    28 September 1870 | Newark, Essex, New Jersey, USAG
    Detail: [645] Newark Ward 9.
    Citation: 2
  • 1870
    Census
    28 September 1870 | Newark, Essex, New Jersey, USAG
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 22; Marital Status: Unmarried; Relation to Head: APPARENTLY Son.
    Citation: 2

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Name George T Dowling
    Citation: 2
  • Name Thomas F Dowling
    Citation: 3
  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study George S Dowling has the reference number 8409.





Citations

  1. [S3073] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: 1850 census of United States of America, NEW YORK. NEW YORK. Digital images. www.ancestry.co.uk. www.ancestry.co.uk : see citation.,
    Citation Detail: Census for DOWLING, JOHN household Database online. New York Ward 9 District 2, New York, New York, roll M432_543, page 214, image 429; First name(s) Last name Gender Age Birth year Birth place John Dowling Male 63 1807 England Maria Dowling Female 61 1809 New Hampshire George T Dowling Male 22 1848 New York Lillia R Dowling Female 24 1846 New York Mary A Meredith Male 23 1847 England,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) 2009:-

    Census-1850-USA-Dowling-John-001.jpg
    Database online. New York Ward 9 District 2, New York, New York, roll M432_543, page 214, image 429.
  2. [S3277] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: 1870 census of United States of America, NEW JERSEY. ESSEX. Digital images. Multiple Portals: Find My Past, Ancestry, MyHeritage. www.findmypast.co.uk : see citation.,
    Citation Detail: Census for DOWLING, JOHN household of Newark Ward 9, Essex, New Jersey, post office , roll 881, page 287, image 579.,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) 1998:-
    Dowling, John
    Dowling, Maria
    Dowling, George T
    Dowling, Lillia R
    Meredith, Mary A

    Census-1870-USA-Dowling-Lillia-R-0001.jpg
    Database online. Newark Ward 9, Essex, New Jersey, post office , roll 881, page 287, image 579.
  3. [S2794] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: 1860 census of United States of America, NEW YORK. NEW YORK. Digital images. Find My Past. www.findmypast.co.uk : see citation.

    Record set: Us Census 1860; Category: Census, land & surveys; Subcategory: Census; Collections from: Americas, United States,
    Citation Detail: Census for DOWLING, JOHN household of New York Ward 9 District 4, New York, New York, post office New York; Roll M653_796, page 15, image 17;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) 1999:- Across two pages;
    Last name Gender Age First name(s) Birth year Birth place
    Dowling Male 52 John 1808 England
    Dowling Female 50 Maria S 1810 Massachusetts
    Dowling Male 17 Joseph J 1843 Rhode Island
    Dowling Female 14 Lilia R 1846 New York
    Dowling Male 11 George F 1849 New York
    Kiernan Female 16 Elizabeth 1844 New York

    Census-1860-USA-Dowling-John-1808-NY-NY-A.jpg
    Database online. New York Ward 9 District 4, New York, New York, post office New York, roll M653_796, page 15, image 17.
    Census-1860-USA-Dowling-John-1808-NY-NY-B

Joseph J Dowling1,2

M, #8410, b. 1843, d. after 8 July 1878

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BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: Joseph J Dowling was born in 1843 in New York City, New York, New York, USA.1
  • Death: He died after 8 July 1878. Note: Father's Death.3

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1843
    Birth
    1843 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Citation: 1
  • 1843
    Birth
    1843 | Rhode Island, USAG
    Citation: 2
  • 1850~7
    Residence
    1 August 1850 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Detail: [287] Ward 9.
    Citation: 1
  • 1850~7
    Census
    1 August 1850 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 7; Marital Status: Unmarried; Relation to Head: APPARENTLY Son.
    Citation: 1
  • 1860~17
    Occupation
    5 June 1860 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Clerk.
    Citation: 2
  • 1860~17
    Census
    5 June 1860 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 17; Marital Status: APPARENTLY Unmarried; Relation to Head: APPARENTLY Son.
    Citation: 2
  • 1860~17
    Residence
    5 June 1860 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Detail: 49 Ward 9 District 4.
    Citation: 2

Events - Death & Burial

  • 1878
    Death
    After 8 July 1878
    Joseph J Dowling died after 8 July 1878. Note: Father's Death.
    Citation: 3

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Joseph J Dowling has the reference number 8410.





Citations

  1. [S3073] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: 1850 census of United States of America, NEW YORK. NEW YORK. Digital images. www.ancestry.co.uk. www.ancestry.co.uk : see citation.,
    Citation Detail: Census for DOWLING, JOHN household Database online. New York Ward 9 District 2, New York, New York, roll M432_543, page 214, image 429; First name(s) Last name Gender Age Birth year Birth place John Dowling Male 63 1807 England Maria Dowling Female 61 1809 New Hampshire George T Dowling Male 22 1848 New York Lillia R Dowling Female 24 1846 New York Mary A Meredith Male 23 1847 England,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) 2009:-

    Census-1850-USA-Dowling-John-001.jpg
    Database online. New York Ward 9 District 2, New York, New York, roll M432_543, page 214, image 429.
  2. [S2794] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: 1860 census of United States of America, NEW YORK. NEW YORK. Digital images. Find My Past. www.findmypast.co.uk : see citation.

    Record set: Us Census 1860; Category: Census, land & surveys; Subcategory: Census; Collections from: Americas, United States,
    Citation Detail: Census for DOWLING, JOHN household of New York Ward 9 District 4, New York, New York, post office New York; Roll M653_796, page 15, image 17;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) 1999:- Across two pages;
    Last name Gender Age First name(s) Birth year Birth place
    Dowling Male 52 John 1808 England
    Dowling Female 50 Maria S 1810 Massachusetts
    Dowling Male 17 Joseph J 1843 Rhode Island
    Dowling Female 14 Lilia R 1846 New York
    Dowling Male 11 George F 1849 New York
    Kiernan Female 16 Elizabeth 1844 New York

    Census-1860-USA-Dowling-John-1808-NY-NY-A.jpg
    Database online. New York Ward 9 District 4, New York, New York, post office New York, roll M653_796, page 15, image 17.
    Census-1860-USA-Dowling-John-1808-NY-NY-B
  3. [S398] SOURCE: (Full): The Irish Times,
    Repository: On-line,
    Citation Text: Funeral of Rev. John Dowling DD
    Published July 8, 1878

Lilia R Dowling1

F, #8411, b. 1846, d. DECEASED

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Parents



BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: Lilia R Dowling was born in 1846 in New York City, New York, New York, USA.1,2
  • Death: She died DECEASED.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1846
    Birth
    1846 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Citations: 1,2
  • 1860
    Residence
    5 June 1860 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Detail: 49 Ward 9 District 4.
    Citation: 1
  • 1860
    Census
    5 June 1860 | New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 14; Marital Status: Unmarried; Relationshp to head: APPARENTLY Daughter.
    Citation: 1
  • 1870
    Residence
    28 September 1870 | Newark, Essex, New Jersey, USAG
    Detail: [645] Newark Ward 9.
    Citation: 2
  • 1870
    Census
    28 September 1870 | Newark, Essex, New Jersey, USAG
    Enumerated on the census as Age: 24; Marital Status: Unmarried; Relation to Head: APPARENTLY Daughter.
    Citation: 2

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Name Lillia R Dowling
    Citation: 2
  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Lilia R Dowling has the reference number 8411.





Citations

  1. [S2794] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: 1860 census of United States of America, NEW YORK. NEW YORK. Digital images. Find My Past. www.findmypast.co.uk : see citation.

    Record set: Us Census 1860; Category: Census, land & surveys; Subcategory: Census; Collections from: Americas, United States,
    Citation Detail: Census for DOWLING, JOHN household of New York Ward 9 District 4, New York, New York, post office New York; Roll M653_796, page 15, image 17;
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) 1999:- Across two pages;
    Last name Gender Age First name(s) Birth year Birth place
    Dowling Male 52 John 1808 England
    Dowling Female 50 Maria S 1810 Massachusetts
    Dowling Male 17 Joseph J 1843 Rhode Island
    Dowling Female 14 Lilia R 1846 New York
    Dowling Male 11 George F 1849 New York
    Kiernan Female 16 Elizabeth 1844 New York

    Census-1860-USA-Dowling-John-1808-NY-NY-A.jpg
    Database online. New York Ward 9 District 4, New York, New York, post office New York, roll M653_796, page 15, image 17.
    Census-1860-USA-Dowling-John-1808-NY-NY-B
  2. [S3277] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: 1870 census of United States of America, NEW JERSEY. ESSEX. Digital images. Multiple Portals: Find My Past, Ancestry, MyHeritage. www.findmypast.co.uk : see citation.,
    Citation Detail: Census for DOWLING, JOHN household of Newark Ward 9, Essex, New Jersey, post office , roll 881, page 287, image 579.,
    Citation Text: Collated by Brian Thomas Dowling (1955-) 1998:-
    Dowling, John
    Dowling, Maria
    Dowling, George T
    Dowling, Lillia R
    Meredith, Mary A

    Census-1870-USA-Dowling-Lillia-R-0001.jpg
    Database online. Newark Ward 9, Essex, New Jersey, post office , roll 881, page 287, image 579.

Minnie Russell

F, #8412, d. 1858

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Parents



Family :-
: Partner: John William Dowling (b. 11 August 1837, d. DECEASED)

Children:


BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

Events - Death & Burial

  • 1858
    Death
    1858
    Citation: 1

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Minnie Russell has the reference number 8412.





Citations

  1. [S397] SOURCE: (Full): Egbert Cleave,
    Repository: On-line,
    Citation Text: DOWLING, JOHN WILLIAM, M. D., of New York city, was born in the city of New York, August 11th, 1837, and is the son of the Rev. John Dowling, A. M., D. D., whose life is so replete with public interest that we shall give a short sketch of it previous to our notice of his son. Born in England, he came to this country with his wife and two children in the year 1832. At this time the cholera was raging as an epidemic. Leaving his family in New York to pay a flying visit to Catskill, he returned to find his wife and one of his children dead from this dreadful disease -already in their coffins, prepared for burial. Overwhelmed with grief, he returned with his remaining child to Catskill, where he became the pastor of the Baptist Church of that place. While laboring here he met and married Maria S. Perkins, daughter of a prominent gentleman of that town, and who afterward became the mother of John W.

    He has stood for years at the head of the denomination, and is author of the celebrated work entitled "Dowling's History of Romanism." For over forty years he has successfully labored and preached the Gospel, holding pastorates in New York, Philadelphia, Providence and Newport, R. I. Upon leaving Catskill he accepted a call to the Tabernacle Baptist Church, of New York. Here he remained for several years, during which time his son was born. From here he removed to Providence, R. I., to become the pastor of the First Baptist Church of that town. During his labors in Providence the degree of Master of Arts was conferred upon him by the Trustees of Brown University. From here he removed to New York city, where he labored not only as a pastor, but as a powerful opponent of Popery. Having enjoyed a liberal college education in his own country, he became a formidable opponent, and entered the list in public discussion with the renowned Archbishop Hughes, at the same time penning the "History of Romanism," which obtained for him the degree of D. D. from two celebrated theological seminaries. This great work has been through four editions, the last of which was revised and carried up to the present time. It is now the most complete history of Romanism extant, and stands as an acknowledged authority. On leaving New York he removed to Philadelphia, succeeding the celebrated Dr. Stoughton as pastor of the Sansom Street Baptist Church. Here he was as popular as elsewhere, ministering to one of the largest congregations in the city, and maintaining his high position as a leader in the Baptist denomination. He once more returned to New York, where he still officiates in his holy calling, though with less demonstration. At this date he is sixty-five years of age and in the enjoyment of good health, using his vast influence for good, as he has never failed to do. His fortune being ample, his family have enjoyed the benefits of a superior education.

    The legitimate subject of this sketch received his primary education at Lewisburgh College, Pa., and began his medical studies at the Hahnemann College of Philadelphia in the year 1854, graduating, after three years of study, in 1857. At the time of his graduation he was President of the Hahnemann Medical Society, connected with the College, and had the honor of delivering the valedictory address.

    He at once commenced practice, in partnership with Dr. S. S. Lungren, of Hagerstown, Md., where he remained one year ; but finding the field much too circumscribed for his exalted ideas, he returned to his native city, associating himself in practice with the celebrated Dr. Abraham D. Wilson, one of the pioneers of homœopathy in America. On the death of Dr. Wilson he succeeded to his practice, and from that time to the present has enjoyed a very large and lucrative patronage.

    In 1870, he accepted the chair of Theory and Practice in the New York Homœopathic Medical College, and in 1871, was elected Registrar, which positions he still retains. In the same year he, being deeply impressed with the fact that surgery had been so neglected in our schools as to bring discredit upon homœopathy, and pained at the boast so often made by the old school physicians that when work was to be done we were obliged to call upon them -conceived the idea of founding a homœopathic surgical hospital in connection with the college. To this end he lent all his energy. A board of incorporators was formed, and application made to the State Legislature for a charter. Of course opposition was met with, and in response to a dispatch that the bill was in danger, he hastened to Albany, and in person appeared before the committee having the matter in charge, and before he left succeeded in obtaining a favorable report. Funds were now needed, to raise which -having failed in his appeals to the State and city authorities- he conceived the idea of a grand homœopathic fair, to be under the management of the ladies of the prominent physicians of the city. Help came from all quarters, resulting in one of the most successful charity fairs ever held in this country, and netting to the institution nearly $40,000 in cash. Probably nothing had ever done more towards elevating the standard of homœopathy in New York. The public had an opportunity of seeing for themselves who the patrons of homœopathy were, and learned, as it had been often claimed, that they were among the most aristocratic and wealthy portion of the community. This hospital is now in active operation, and bids fair to become one of the most useful institutions of the kind in the country.

    Dr. Dowling has associated with himself in practice Dr. Homer I. Ostrom, a graduate of the New York College, and a son of Dr. Joshua W. Ostrom, of Goshen, N. Y.

    In the fall of 1855, Dr. Dowling was married to Miss Minnie Russel, daughter of the Hon. Joseph Russel, of Warren county, N. Y. After three years of married life she died, leaving one child, who in three months followed her to the grave. After remaining a widower for three years, he married Miss F. A., daughter of L. A. Dowley, Esq., a prominent and wealthy merchant of New York city. By this marriage he has had three children, two sons and one daughter.

    The doctor is and has been an indefatigable worker ; possessed of executive talents of the highest order, he has contributed much towards the success of the college, and the elevation and dissemination of homœopathy in New York. He had the honor of delivering the annual address before the State Medical Society at its last meeting. The doctor takes but little rest, but when he does devote a short time to recreation, it is at his country seat at Lake George, where his family spend the greater portion of their summers.

Joseph Russell1

M, #8413

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Family :-
: Children:


BIOGRAPHY


Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • Residence
    Warren County, New York, USAG

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Title
    Joseph Russell held the title of "Hon."
    Citation: 1
  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Joseph Russell has the reference number 8413.





Citations

  1. [S397] SOURCE: (Full): Egbert Cleave,
    Repository: On-line,
    Citation Text: DOWLING, JOHN WILLIAM, M. D., of New York city, was born in the city of New York, August 11th, 1837, and is the son of the Rev. John Dowling, A. M., D. D., whose life is so replete with public interest that we shall give a short sketch of it previous to our notice of his son. Born in England, he came to this country with his wife and two children in the year 1832. At this time the cholera was raging as an epidemic. Leaving his family in New York to pay a flying visit to Catskill, he returned to find his wife and one of his children dead from this dreadful disease -already in their coffins, prepared for burial. Overwhelmed with grief, he returned with his remaining child to Catskill, where he became the pastor of the Baptist Church of that place. While laboring here he met and married Maria S. Perkins, daughter of a prominent gentleman of that town, and who afterward became the mother of John W.

    He has stood for years at the head of the denomination, and is author of the celebrated work entitled "Dowling's History of Romanism." For over forty years he has successfully labored and preached the Gospel, holding pastorates in New York, Philadelphia, Providence and Newport, R. I. Upon leaving Catskill he accepted a call to the Tabernacle Baptist Church, of New York. Here he remained for several years, during which time his son was born. From here he removed to Providence, R. I., to become the pastor of the First Baptist Church of that town. During his labors in Providence the degree of Master of Arts was conferred upon him by the Trustees of Brown University. From here he removed to New York city, where he labored not only as a pastor, but as a powerful opponent of Popery. Having enjoyed a liberal college education in his own country, he became a formidable opponent, and entered the list in public discussion with the renowned Archbishop Hughes, at the same time penning the "History of Romanism," which obtained for him the degree of D. D. from two celebrated theological seminaries. This great work has been through four editions, the last of which was revised and carried up to the present time. It is now the most complete history of Romanism extant, and stands as an acknowledged authority. On leaving New York he removed to Philadelphia, succeeding the celebrated Dr. Stoughton as pastor of the Sansom Street Baptist Church. Here he was as popular as elsewhere, ministering to one of the largest congregations in the city, and maintaining his high position as a leader in the Baptist denomination. He once more returned to New York, where he still officiates in his holy calling, though with less demonstration. At this date he is sixty-five years of age and in the enjoyment of good health, using his vast influence for good, as he has never failed to do. His fortune being ample, his family have enjoyed the benefits of a superior education.

    The legitimate subject of this sketch received his primary education at Lewisburgh College, Pa., and began his medical studies at the Hahnemann College of Philadelphia in the year 1854, graduating, after three years of study, in 1857. At the time of his graduation he was President of the Hahnemann Medical Society, connected with the College, and had the honor of delivering the valedictory address.

    He at once commenced practice, in partnership with Dr. S. S. Lungren, of Hagerstown, Md., where he remained one year ; but finding the field much too circumscribed for his exalted ideas, he returned to his native city, associating himself in practice with the celebrated Dr. Abraham D. Wilson, one of the pioneers of homœopathy in America. On the death of Dr. Wilson he succeeded to his practice, and from that time to the present has enjoyed a very large and lucrative patronage.

    In 1870, he accepted the chair of Theory and Practice in the New York Homœopathic Medical College, and in 1871, was elected Registrar, which positions he still retains. In the same year he, being deeply impressed with the fact that surgery had been so neglected in our schools as to bring discredit upon homœopathy, and pained at the boast so often made by the old school physicians that when work was to be done we were obliged to call upon them -conceived the idea of founding a homœopathic surgical hospital in connection with the college. To this end he lent all his energy. A board of incorporators was formed, and application made to the State Legislature for a charter. Of course opposition was met with, and in response to a dispatch that the bill was in danger, he hastened to Albany, and in person appeared before the committee having the matter in charge, and before he left succeeded in obtaining a favorable report. Funds were now needed, to raise which -having failed in his appeals to the State and city authorities- he conceived the idea of a grand homœopathic fair, to be under the management of the ladies of the prominent physicians of the city. Help came from all quarters, resulting in one of the most successful charity fairs ever held in this country, and netting to the institution nearly $40,000 in cash. Probably nothing had ever done more towards elevating the standard of homœopathy in New York. The public had an opportunity of seeing for themselves who the patrons of homœopathy were, and learned, as it had been often claimed, that they were among the most aristocratic and wealthy portion of the community. This hospital is now in active operation, and bids fair to become one of the most useful institutions of the kind in the country.

    Dr. Dowling has associated with himself in practice Dr. Homer I. Ostrom, a graduate of the New York College, and a son of Dr. Joshua W. Ostrom, of Goshen, N. Y.

    In the fall of 1855, Dr. Dowling was married to Miss Minnie Russel, daughter of the Hon. Joseph Russel, of Warren county, N. Y. After three years of married life she died, leaving one child, who in three months followed her to the grave. After remaining a widower for three years, he married Miss F. A., daughter of L. A. Dowley, Esq., a prominent and wealthy merchant of New York city. By this marriage he has had three children, two sons and one daughter.

    The doctor is and has been an indefatigable worker ; possessed of executive talents of the highest order, he has contributed much towards the success of the college, and the elevation and dissemination of homœopathy in New York. He had the honor of delivering the annual address before the State Medical Society at its last meeting. The doctor takes but little rest, but when he does devote a short time to recreation, it is at his country seat at Lake George, where his family spend the greater portion of their summers.

Child Dowling

U, #8414, d. about 1858

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Parents



BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Death: Child Dowling died about 1858.1

Events - Death & Burial

  • 1858
    Death
    About 1858
    Citation: 1

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Child Dowling has the reference number 8414.





Citations

  1. [S397] SOURCE: (Full): Egbert Cleave,
    Repository: On-line,
    Citation Text: DOWLING, JOHN WILLIAM, M. D., of New York city, was born in the city of New York, August 11th, 1837, and is the son of the Rev. John Dowling, A. M., D. D., whose life is so replete with public interest that we shall give a short sketch of it previous to our notice of his son. Born in England, he came to this country with his wife and two children in the year 1832. At this time the cholera was raging as an epidemic. Leaving his family in New York to pay a flying visit to Catskill, he returned to find his wife and one of his children dead from this dreadful disease -already in their coffins, prepared for burial. Overwhelmed with grief, he returned with his remaining child to Catskill, where he became the pastor of the Baptist Church of that place. While laboring here he met and married Maria S. Perkins, daughter of a prominent gentleman of that town, and who afterward became the mother of John W.

    He has stood for years at the head of the denomination, and is author of the celebrated work entitled "Dowling's History of Romanism." For over forty years he has successfully labored and preached the Gospel, holding pastorates in New York, Philadelphia, Providence and Newport, R. I. Upon leaving Catskill he accepted a call to the Tabernacle Baptist Church, of New York. Here he remained for several years, during which time his son was born. From here he removed to Providence, R. I., to become the pastor of the First Baptist Church of that town. During his labors in Providence the degree of Master of Arts was conferred upon him by the Trustees of Brown University. From here he removed to New York city, where he labored not only as a pastor, but as a powerful opponent of Popery. Having enjoyed a liberal college education in his own country, he became a formidable opponent, and entered the list in public discussion with the renowned Archbishop Hughes, at the same time penning the "History of Romanism," which obtained for him the degree of D. D. from two celebrated theological seminaries. This great work has been through four editions, the last of which was revised and carried up to the present time. It is now the most complete history of Romanism extant, and stands as an acknowledged authority. On leaving New York he removed to Philadelphia, succeeding the celebrated Dr. Stoughton as pastor of the Sansom Street Baptist Church. Here he was as popular as elsewhere, ministering to one of the largest congregations in the city, and maintaining his high position as a leader in the Baptist denomination. He once more returned to New York, where he still officiates in his holy calling, though with less demonstration. At this date he is sixty-five years of age and in the enjoyment of good health, using his vast influence for good, as he has never failed to do. His fortune being ample, his family have enjoyed the benefits of a superior education.

    The legitimate subject of this sketch received his primary education at Lewisburgh College, Pa., and began his medical studies at the Hahnemann College of Philadelphia in the year 1854, graduating, after three years of study, in 1857. At the time of his graduation he was President of the Hahnemann Medical Society, connected with the College, and had the honor of delivering the valedictory address.

    He at once commenced practice, in partnership with Dr. S. S. Lungren, of Hagerstown, Md., where he remained one year ; but finding the field much too circumscribed for his exalted ideas, he returned to his native city, associating himself in practice with the celebrated Dr. Abraham D. Wilson, one of the pioneers of homœopathy in America. On the death of Dr. Wilson he succeeded to his practice, and from that time to the present has enjoyed a very large and lucrative patronage.

    In 1870, he accepted the chair of Theory and Practice in the New York Homœopathic Medical College, and in 1871, was elected Registrar, which positions he still retains. In the same year he, being deeply impressed with the fact that surgery had been so neglected in our schools as to bring discredit upon homœopathy, and pained at the boast so often made by the old school physicians that when work was to be done we were obliged to call upon them -conceived the idea of founding a homœopathic surgical hospital in connection with the college. To this end he lent all his energy. A board of incorporators was formed, and application made to the State Legislature for a charter. Of course opposition was met with, and in response to a dispatch that the bill was in danger, he hastened to Albany, and in person appeared before the committee having the matter in charge, and before he left succeeded in obtaining a favorable report. Funds were now needed, to raise which -having failed in his appeals to the State and city authorities- he conceived the idea of a grand homœopathic fair, to be under the management of the ladies of the prominent physicians of the city. Help came from all quarters, resulting in one of the most successful charity fairs ever held in this country, and netting to the institution nearly $40,000 in cash. Probably nothing had ever done more towards elevating the standard of homœopathy in New York. The public had an opportunity of seeing for themselves who the patrons of homœopathy were, and learned, as it had been often claimed, that they were among the most aristocratic and wealthy portion of the community. This hospital is now in active operation, and bids fair to become one of the most useful institutions of the kind in the country.

    Dr. Dowling has associated with himself in practice Dr. Homer I. Ostrom, a graduate of the New York College, and a son of Dr. Joshua W. Ostrom, of Goshen, N. Y.

    In the fall of 1855, Dr. Dowling was married to Miss Minnie Russel, daughter of the Hon. Joseph Russel, of Warren county, N. Y. After three years of married life she died, leaving one child, who in three months followed her to the grave. After remaining a widower for three years, he married Miss F. A., daughter of L. A. Dowley, Esq., a prominent and wealthy merchant of New York city. By this marriage he has had three children, two sons and one daughter.

    The doctor is and has been an indefatigable worker ; possessed of executive talents of the highest order, he has contributed much towards the success of the college, and the elevation and dissemination of homœopathy in New York. He had the honor of delivering the annual address before the State Medical Society at its last meeting. The doctor takes but little rest, but when he does devote a short time to recreation, it is at his country seat at Lake George, where his family spend the greater portion of their summers.

F A Dowley1

F, #8415, d. DECEASED

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BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study F A Dowley has the reference number 8415.





Citations

  1. [S397] SOURCE: (Full): Egbert Cleave,
    Repository: On-line,
    Citation Text: DOWLING, JOHN WILLIAM, M. D., of New York city, was born in the city of New York, August 11th, 1837, and is the son of the Rev. John Dowling, A. M., D. D., whose life is so replete with public interest that we shall give a short sketch of it previous to our notice of his son. Born in England, he came to this country with his wife and two children in the year 1832. At this time the cholera was raging as an epidemic. Leaving his family in New York to pay a flying visit to Catskill, he returned to find his wife and one of his children dead from this dreadful disease -already in their coffins, prepared for burial. Overwhelmed with grief, he returned with his remaining child to Catskill, where he became the pastor of the Baptist Church of that place. While laboring here he met and married Maria S. Perkins, daughter of a prominent gentleman of that town, and who afterward became the mother of John W.

    He has stood for years at the head of the denomination, and is author of the celebrated work entitled "Dowling's History of Romanism." For over forty years he has successfully labored and preached the Gospel, holding pastorates in New York, Philadelphia, Providence and Newport, R. I. Upon leaving Catskill he accepted a call to the Tabernacle Baptist Church, of New York. Here he remained for several years, during which time his son was born. From here he removed to Providence, R. I., to become the pastor of the First Baptist Church of that town. During his labors in Providence the degree of Master of Arts was conferred upon him by the Trustees of Brown University. From here he removed to New York city, where he labored not only as a pastor, but as a powerful opponent of Popery. Having enjoyed a liberal college education in his own country, he became a formidable opponent, and entered the list in public discussion with the renowned Archbishop Hughes, at the same time penning the "History of Romanism," which obtained for him the degree of D. D. from two celebrated theological seminaries. This great work has been through four editions, the last of which was revised and carried up to the present time. It is now the most complete history of Romanism extant, and stands as an acknowledged authority. On leaving New York he removed to Philadelphia, succeeding the celebrated Dr. Stoughton as pastor of the Sansom Street Baptist Church. Here he was as popular as elsewhere, ministering to one of the largest congregations in the city, and maintaining his high position as a leader in the Baptist denomination. He once more returned to New York, where he still officiates in his holy calling, though with less demonstration. At this date he is sixty-five years of age and in the enjoyment of good health, using his vast influence for good, as he has never failed to do. His fortune being ample, his family have enjoyed the benefits of a superior education.

    The legitimate subject of this sketch received his primary education at Lewisburgh College, Pa., and began his medical studies at the Hahnemann College of Philadelphia in the year 1854, graduating, after three years of study, in 1857. At the time of his graduation he was President of the Hahnemann Medical Society, connected with the College, and had the honor of delivering the valedictory address.

    He at once commenced practice, in partnership with Dr. S. S. Lungren, of Hagerstown, Md., where he remained one year ; but finding the field much too circumscribed for his exalted ideas, he returned to his native city, associating himself in practice with the celebrated Dr. Abraham D. Wilson, one of the pioneers of homœopathy in America. On the death of Dr. Wilson he succeeded to his practice, and from that time to the present has enjoyed a very large and lucrative patronage.

    In 1870, he accepted the chair of Theory and Practice in the New York Homœopathic Medical College, and in 1871, was elected Registrar, which positions he still retains. In the same year he, being deeply impressed with the fact that surgery had been so neglected in our schools as to bring discredit upon homœopathy, and pained at the boast so often made by the old school physicians that when work was to be done we were obliged to call upon them -conceived the idea of founding a homœopathic surgical hospital in connection with the college. To this end he lent all his energy. A board of incorporators was formed, and application made to the State Legislature for a charter. Of course opposition was met with, and in response to a dispatch that the bill was in danger, he hastened to Albany, and in person appeared before the committee having the matter in charge, and before he left succeeded in obtaining a favorable report. Funds were now needed, to raise which -having failed in his appeals to the State and city authorities- he conceived the idea of a grand homœopathic fair, to be under the management of the ladies of the prominent physicians of the city. Help came from all quarters, resulting in one of the most successful charity fairs ever held in this country, and netting to the institution nearly $40,000 in cash. Probably nothing had ever done more towards elevating the standard of homœopathy in New York. The public had an opportunity of seeing for themselves who the patrons of homœopathy were, and learned, as it had been often claimed, that they were among the most aristocratic and wealthy portion of the community. This hospital is now in active operation, and bids fair to become one of the most useful institutions of the kind in the country.

    Dr. Dowling has associated with himself in practice Dr. Homer I. Ostrom, a graduate of the New York College, and a son of Dr. Joshua W. Ostrom, of Goshen, N. Y.

    In the fall of 1855, Dr. Dowling was married to Miss Minnie Russel, daughter of the Hon. Joseph Russel, of Warren county, N. Y. After three years of married life she died, leaving one child, who in three months followed her to the grave. After remaining a widower for three years, he married Miss F. A., daughter of L. A. Dowley, Esq., a prominent and wealthy merchant of New York city. By this marriage he has had three children, two sons and one daughter.

    The doctor is and has been an indefatigable worker ; possessed of executive talents of the highest order, he has contributed much towards the success of the college, and the elevation and dissemination of homœopathy in New York. He had the honor of delivering the annual address before the State Medical Society at its last meeting. The doctor takes but little rest, but when he does devote a short time to recreation, it is at his country seat at Lake George, where his family spend the greater portion of their summers.

L A Dowley1

M, #8416

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: Children:


BIOGRAPHY


Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • Occupation
    Prominet & wealthy Merchant.
    Citation: 1
  • Residence
    New York City, New York, New York, USA
    Citation: 1

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study L A Dowley has the reference number 8416.





Citations

  1. [S397] SOURCE: (Full): Egbert Cleave,
    Repository: On-line,
    Citation Text: DOWLING, JOHN WILLIAM, M. D., of New York city, was born in the city of New York, August 11th, 1837, and is the son of the Rev. John Dowling, A. M., D. D., whose life is so replete with public interest that we shall give a short sketch of it previous to our notice of his son. Born in England, he came to this country with his wife and two children in the year 1832. At this time the cholera was raging as an epidemic. Leaving his family in New York to pay a flying visit to Catskill, he returned to find his wife and one of his children dead from this dreadful disease -already in their coffins, prepared for burial. Overwhelmed with grief, he returned with his remaining child to Catskill, where he became the pastor of the Baptist Church of that place. While laboring here he met and married Maria S. Perkins, daughter of a prominent gentleman of that town, and who afterward became the mother of John W.

    He has stood for years at the head of the denomination, and is author of the celebrated work entitled "Dowling's History of Romanism." For over forty years he has successfully labored and preached the Gospel, holding pastorates in New York, Philadelphia, Providence and Newport, R. I. Upon leaving Catskill he accepted a call to the Tabernacle Baptist Church, of New York. Here he remained for several years, during which time his son was born. From here he removed to Providence, R. I., to become the pastor of the First Baptist Church of that town. During his labors in Providence the degree of Master of Arts was conferred upon him by the Trustees of Brown University. From here he removed to New York city, where he labored not only as a pastor, but as a powerful opponent of Popery. Having enjoyed a liberal college education in his own country, he became a formidable opponent, and entered the list in public discussion with the renowned Archbishop Hughes, at the same time penning the "History of Romanism," which obtained for him the degree of D. D. from two celebrated theological seminaries. This great work has been through four editions, the last of which was revised and carried up to the present time. It is now the most complete history of Romanism extant, and stands as an acknowledged authority. On leaving New York he removed to Philadelphia, succeeding the celebrated Dr. Stoughton as pastor of the Sansom Street Baptist Church. Here he was as popular as elsewhere, ministering to one of the largest congregations in the city, and maintaining his high position as a leader in the Baptist denomination. He once more returned to New York, where he still officiates in his holy calling, though with less demonstration. At this date he is sixty-five years of age and in the enjoyment of good health, using his vast influence for good, as he has never failed to do. His fortune being ample, his family have enjoyed the benefits of a superior education.

    The legitimate subject of this sketch received his primary education at Lewisburgh College, Pa., and began his medical studies at the Hahnemann College of Philadelphia in the year 1854, graduating, after three years of study, in 1857. At the time of his graduation he was President of the Hahnemann Medical Society, connected with the College, and had the honor of delivering the valedictory address.

    He at once commenced practice, in partnership with Dr. S. S. Lungren, of Hagerstown, Md., where he remained one year ; but finding the field much too circumscribed for his exalted ideas, he returned to his native city, associating himself in practice with the celebrated Dr. Abraham D. Wilson, one of the pioneers of homœopathy in America. On the death of Dr. Wilson he succeeded to his practice, and from that time to the present has enjoyed a very large and lucrative patronage.

    In 1870, he accepted the chair of Theory and Practice in the New York Homœopathic Medical College, and in 1871, was elected Registrar, which positions he still retains. In the same year he, being deeply impressed with the fact that surgery had been so neglected in our schools as to bring discredit upon homœopathy, and pained at the boast so often made by the old school physicians that when work was to be done we were obliged to call upon them -conceived the idea of founding a homœopathic surgical hospital in connection with the college. To this end he lent all his energy. A board of incorporators was formed, and application made to the State Legislature for a charter. Of course opposition was met with, and in response to a dispatch that the bill was in danger, he hastened to Albany, and in person appeared before the committee having the matter in charge, and before he left succeeded in obtaining a favorable report. Funds were now needed, to raise which -having failed in his appeals to the State and city authorities- he conceived the idea of a grand homœopathic fair, to be under the management of the ladies of the prominent physicians of the city. Help came from all quarters, resulting in one of the most successful charity fairs ever held in this country, and netting to the institution nearly $40,000 in cash. Probably nothing had ever done more towards elevating the standard of homœopathy in New York. The public had an opportunity of seeing for themselves who the patrons of homœopathy were, and learned, as it had been often claimed, that they were among the most aristocratic and wealthy portion of the community. This hospital is now in active operation, and bids fair to become one of the most useful institutions of the kind in the country.

    Dr. Dowling has associated with himself in practice Dr. Homer I. Ostrom, a graduate of the New York College, and a son of Dr. Joshua W. Ostrom, of Goshen, N. Y.

    In the fall of 1855, Dr. Dowling was married to Miss Minnie Russel, daughter of the Hon. Joseph Russel, of Warren county, N. Y. After three years of married life she died, leaving one child, who in three months followed her to the grave. After remaining a widower for three years, he married Miss F. A., daughter of L. A. Dowley, Esq., a prominent and wealthy merchant of New York city. By this marriage he has had three children, two sons and one daughter.

    The doctor is and has been an indefatigable worker ; possessed of executive talents of the highest order, he has contributed much towards the success of the college, and the elevation and dissemination of homœopathy in New York. He had the honor of delivering the annual address before the State Medical Society at its last meeting. The doctor takes but little rest, but when he does devote a short time to recreation, it is at his country seat at Lake George, where his family spend the greater portion of their summers.

(Unknown) Dowling

M, #8420, d. DECEASED

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: Children:


BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Death: (Unknown) Dowling died DECEASED.

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study (Unknown) Dowling has the reference number 8420.





(Unknown) Dowling1

M, #8421, d. after 1878

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BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Death: (Unknown) Dowling died after 1878.1

Events - Death & Burial

  • 1878
    Death
    After 1878
    Citation: 1

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study (Unknown) Dowling has the reference number 8421.





Citations

  1. [S398] SOURCE: (Full): The Irish Times,
    Repository: On-line,
    Citation Text: Funeral of Rev. John Dowling DD
    Published July 8, 1878

Thomas W Dowling1

M, #8422, d. DECEASED

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Vital Facts

  • Death: Thomas W Dowling died DECEASED.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1878
    Occupation
    1878 | Cleveland, Ohio, USA
    Pastor of Euclid Avenue Baptist Church.
    Citation: 1

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Title
    Thomas W Dowling held the title of "Rev Dr."
    Citation: 1
  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Thomas W Dowling has the reference number 8422.





Citations

  1. [S398] SOURCE: (Full): The Irish Times,
    Repository: On-line,
    Citation Text: Funeral of Rev. John Dowling DD
    Published July 8, 1878

Colista Murray1,2,3,4

F, #8423, b. 1878, d. 16 October 1968

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BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: Colista Murray was born in 1878 in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USAG.5
  • Marriage: She and Eugene H Dowling were married before 1910.6,2
  • Death: She died on 16 October 1968, in Multnomah, Oregon, USAG.1

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1877
    Birth
    October 1877 | Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USAG
    Citation: 7
  • 1878
    Birth
    1878 | Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USAG
    Citation: 5
  • 1880
    Birth
    1880 | Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USAG
    Citation: 3
  • 1881
    Birth
    1881 | Waverly, Coffey, Kansas, USAG
    Citations: 8,4
  • 1882
    Birth
    1882 | Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, USAG
    Citation: 2
  • 1895
    Birth
    1895
    Citation: 6
  • 1910
    Marriage | Eugene H Dowling
    Before 1910
    Birth November 1879 | Iowa, USAG
    Death: 14 May 1961 | Multnomah, Oregon, USAG
    Colista Murray and Eugene H Dowling were married before 1910.
    Citations: 6,2
  • 1880~2
    Residence
    1880 | Rock Creek, Coffey, Kansas, USAG
    Citation: 5
  • 1900~22
    Residence
    14 June 1900 | Corvallis, Benton, Oregon, USAG
    Detail: 404, Precinct 1.
    Citation: 7
  • 1900~22
    Occupation
    14 June 1900 | Corvallis, Benton, Oregon, USAG
    Artist.
    Citation: 7
  • 1910~32
    Residence
    27 April 1910 | Portland Ward 8, Multnomah, Oregon
    Citation: 2
  • 1920~42
    Occupation
    10 January 1920
    Member of Art Association and Oregon Society of Artists.
    Citation: 8
  • 1920~42
    Occupation
    10 January 1920 | Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, USAG
    Illustrator; Painter; Artist.
  • 1920~42
    Residence
    10 January 1920 | Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, USAG
    Detail: 742 East Belmont.
    Citations: 3,4
  • 1930~52
    Residence
    3 April 1930 | Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, USAG
    Citation: 6

Events - Death & Burial

  • 1968~90
    Death
    16 October 1968 | Multnomah, Oregon, USAG
    Citation: 1

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Name C. Murray
    Citation: 5
  • Name Colista M Dowling
  • Name Colista Dowling
    Citation: 6
  • Name Colista M Murray
    Citation: 7
  • Name Colista Murray Dowling
  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Colista Murray has the reference number 8423.

Narrative

Colista Dowling (1881 - 1968)
An illustrator of children's stories, Colista Dowling was born in Waverly, Kansas and settled in Portland, Oregon where she was a member of the Art Association and the Oregon Society of Artists.

Her book illustrations include "Trundle Tales", "Cougar Pass", and "The Oregon Girl", and she also had portraits in public buildings and murals in churches.

Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art."

Person Exhibits

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Mexico City 1950
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Citations

  1. [S1033] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: State of Oregon. ;Oregon Death Index, 1903-1998</i>. Salem, OR, USA: Oregon State Archives and Records Center.

    ;<i>Oregon Death Indexes, 1903-1970</i>. Salem, OR, USA: Oregon State Library.

    ;

    ;<i>Oregon Death Indexes, 1971-2008</i>. Salem, OR, USA: Oregon State Library.

    ;
    Repository: Internet Service: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Detail: Database online.,
    Citation Text: Record for Colista M Dowling

    Oregon, Death Index, 1898-2008
  2. [S983] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: 1910 census of United States of America, P-R-O-J-E-C-T. PIERCE. Digital images. Ancestry. www.ancestry.com : see citation.

    Provo. Utah, USA,
    Repository: Internet Service: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Detail: Database online. Portland Ward 8, Multnomah, Oregon, ED , roll T624_1286, part , page .,
    Citation Text: Record for Engine H Darding

    Census-1910-USA-Darding-Engine-H-0000.jpg
    Database online. Portland Ward 8, Multnomah, Oregon, ED , roll T624_1286, part , page .
  3. [S979] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. (NARA microfilm publication T625, 2076 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: <a href="http://www.archives.gov/publications/microfilm-catalogs/census/1920/part-07.html"; target="_blank">NARA</a>. Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 are on roll 323 (Chicago City).,
    Repository: Internet Service: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Detail: Database online. Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, ED , roll , page , image 690.,
    Citation Text: Record for Colista M Dowing

    Census-1920-USA-Dowling-Colista-M-001.jpg
    Database online. Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, ED , roll , page , image 690.
  4. [S979] SOURCE (Short): Ancestry.com, Title: 1920 United States Federal Census, Citation Detail: Database online. Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, ED , roll , page , image 690.
    Census-1920-USA-Dowling-Colista-M-001.jpg
    Database online. Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, ED , roll , page , image 690.
  5. [S998] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,
    Source Combined Fields: Tenth Census of the United States, 1880. (NARA microfilm publication T9, 1,454 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C.,
    Repository: Internet Service: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Detail: Database online. Rock Creek, Coffey, Kansas, ED 53, roll T9_377, page 426.2000, image 0402.,
    Citation Text: Record for C. Murray

    Census-1880-USA-Murray-C-001.jpg
    Database online. Rock Creek, Coffey, Kansas, ED 53, roll T9_377, page 426.2000, image 0402.
  6. [S992] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. ;Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930</i>. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, 2,667 rolls.,
    Repository: Internet Service: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Detail: Database online. Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, ED 282, roll 1951, page , image 863.0.,
    Citation Text: Record for Eugene H Dowling

    Census-1930-USA-Dowling-Eugene-H-001.jpg
    Database online. Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, ED 282, roll 1951, page , image 863.0.
  7. [S2806] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: 1900 census of United States of America, OREGON. BENTON. Digital images. Ancestry. www.ancestry.com : see citation.,
    Citation Detail: Record for MURRAY, ELIZABETH household of Corvallis, Benton, Oregon, United States of America,
    Citation Text: 2005:- Colista M Murray

    Census-1900-USA-Murray-Colista-M-001.jpg
    Database online. Corvallis, Benton, Oregon, ED , roll , page .
  8. [S644] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: eBay On-line Auction, discussion list, -. www.ebay.com : 2014.

    Items shown for sale,
    Citation Text: Colista Dowling (1881 - 1968)

    An illustrator of children's stories, Colista Dowling was born in Waverly, Kansas and settled in Portland, Oregon where she was a member of the Art Association and the Oregon Society of Artists. Her book illustrations include "Trundle Tales", "Cougar Pass", and "The Oregon Girl", and she also had portraits in public buildings and murals in churches.
    Source: Peter Falk, "Who Was Who in American Art"

Elizabeth S Murray1,2

F, #8424, b. October 1847, d. DECEASED

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: Partner: A Murray (d. between 1885 and 1900)

Children:


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Vital Facts

  • Birth: Elizabeth S Murray was born in October 1847.3,1,2
  • Death: She died DECEASED.

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • 1847
    Birth
    October 1847
    Citations: 3,1,2
  • 1900
    Occupation
    1900 | Corvallis, Benton, Oregon, USAG
    Dressmaker.
    Citation: 1

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    DECEASED

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study Elizabeth S Murray has the reference number 8424.





Citations

  1. [S2806] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: 1900 census of United States of America, OREGON. BENTON. Digital images. Ancestry. www.ancestry.com : see citation.,
    Citation Detail: Record for MURRAY, ELIZABETH household of Corvallis, Benton, Oregon, United States of America,
    Citation Text: 2005:- Colista M Murray

    Census-1900-USA-Murray-Colista-M-001.jpg
    Database online. Corvallis, Benton, Oregon, ED , roll , page .
  2. [S979] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. (NARA microfilm publication T625, 2076 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: <a href="http://www.archives.gov/publications/microfilm-catalogs/census/1920/part-07.html"; target="_blank">NARA</a>. Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 are on roll 323 (Chicago City).,
    Repository: Internet Service: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Detail: Database online. Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, ED , roll , page , image 690.,
    Citation Text: Record for Colista M Dowing

    Census-1920-USA-Dowling-Colista-M-001.jpg
    Database online. Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, ED , roll , page , image 690.
  3. [S998] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,
    Source Combined Fields: Tenth Census of the United States, 1880. (NARA microfilm publication T9, 1,454 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C.,
    Repository: Internet Service: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Detail: Database online. Rock Creek, Coffey, Kansas, ED 53, roll T9_377, page 426.2000, image 0402.,
    Citation Text: Record for C. Murray

    Census-1880-USA-Murray-C-001.jpg
    Database online. Rock Creek, Coffey, Kansas, ED 53, roll T9_377, page 426.2000, image 0402.

A Murray1

M, #8425, d. between 1885 and 1900

Pedigree Link



Family :-
: Partner: Elizabeth S Murray (b. October 1847, d. DECEASED)

Children:


BIOGRAPHY


Vital Facts

  • Birth: A Murray was born in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, ScotlandG.2,1,3
  • Death: He died between 1885 and 1900.3

Events - Chronological (including alternatives)

  • Birth
    Glasgow, Lanarkshire, ScotlandG
    Citations: 2,1,3

Events - Death & Burial

  • Death
    Between 1885 and 1900
    Citation: 3

Facts - Non-Chronological

  • Reference Number
    In the Dowling One-Name Study A Murray has the reference number 8425.





Citations

  1. [S979] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com,
    Source Combined Fields: Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920. (NARA microfilm publication T625, 2076 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C. For details on the contents of the film numbers, visit the following NARA web page: <a href="http://www.archives.gov/publications/microfilm-catalogs/census/1920/part-07.html"; target="_blank">NARA</a>. Note: Enumeration Districts 819-839 are on roll 323 (Chicago City).,
    Repository: Internet Service: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Detail: Database online. Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, ED , roll , page , image 690.,
    Citation Text: Record for Colista M Dowing

    Census-1920-USA-Dowling-Colista-M-001.jpg
    Database online. Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, ED , roll , page , image 690.
  2. [S998] SOURCE: (Full): Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints,
    Source Combined Fields: Tenth Census of the United States, 1880. (NARA microfilm publication T9, 1,454 rolls). Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29. National Archives, Washington, D.C.,
    Repository: Internet Service: Ancestry.com,
    Citation Detail: Database online. Rock Creek, Coffey, Kansas, ED 53, roll T9_377, page 426.2000, image 0402.,
    Citation Text: Record for C. Murray

    Census-1880-USA-Murray-C-001.jpg
    Database online. Rock Creek, Coffey, Kansas, ED 53, roll T9_377, page 426.2000, image 0402.
  3. [S2806] SOURCE: (Full):
    Source Combined Fields: 1900 census of United States of America, OREGON. BENTON. Digital images. Ancestry. www.ancestry.com : see citation.,
    Citation Detail: Record for MURRAY, ELIZABETH household of Corvallis, Benton, Oregon, United States of America,
    Citation Text: 2005:- Colista M Murray

    Census-1900-USA-Murray-Colista-M-001.jpg
    Database online. Corvallis, Benton, Oregon, ED , roll , page .