In the "Supplement to Thomas Daggett of Marshfield" Alonzo's name is given as Alanson W Daggett. He was born in 1811 in Leeds, Kennebec County Maine. Married first to Ruth B Taylor b 1824,died before 1860, married second to Betsey Tuttle. 1870 census of Starks Maine finds him married to Betsey Tuttle, b 1822 daughter of Thaddeus Tuttle.she later married Rueben Forbush and she died in Starks Maine April 5 1905. Alanson/Alonzo's parentage is as follows
Alanson W./Alonzo b 1811 Leeds, Kennebec Co Maine son of
Jabez DAGGETT b Sept 13 1766 Middleboro Mass, married to Mehitable Drakeof Taunton Mass, daughter of John Drakeand Abigail.Jabez died May 7 1838. Jabez is son of
Jabez DOGGETT b Mar 3 1734 in Marshfield Mass. Married Jan 24 1760 Plymouth Mass to Rebecca Rich daughter of Walter Rich and Rebecca. Married second at Middleboro Mass on Oct 20 1783 to Jael Caswell. She died Middleboro on Nov 16 1805. Married third on May 25 1807 Middelboro to Sarah Caswell Jabez is son of
Thomas DOGGETT b Jul 31 1706 Marshfield Mass. married Dec 11 1728 to Joanna Fuller. She born 1701 daughter of Samuel Fuller. She died 1771. Thomas died Aug 11 1788 at Middleboro Thomas is son of
Thomas DOGGETT b 1676 Marshfield Mas. Married Jan 18 1698/9 Marshfieldto Experience Ford. He died Jan 5 1736/7 in Marshfield Thomas is son of
John DOGGETT b 1642 Concord? Mass. He died 1684 in Marshfield Mas. Married Persus Sprague 1673 at Ingham Mass. John son of
Thomas DOGGETT b 1607 England:removed to New England in the "Mrey Anne" of Yarmouth England. William Goose, master May 1637. John died Marshfield Mass. Aug. 18 1692. Married to unknown. She died June 23 1642 Concord Mass.
Notice the name change from Doggett to Daggett.
I am interested in this family as I have ben searching for my own ancester's parentage for a long time.His name is Alanson Daggett who says he was born Oct. 1804 in Chester, Rockingham County New Hampshire. As Alanson/Alonzo is not a common name in the Daggett family, I have aways wondered if he was of the Thomas of Marshfield line.
Hope this helps you and please let me know if you ever come across my Alanson.