I have listed on Ebay, Link at the bottom of an Indenture of Eleazar Doan, which lists the family's genealogy, in this document from EleazarJohn, Eleazar, DanielJR, Daniel, Deacon John.His Father was tried for complicity with Moses Doan, of the Plumstead Cowboy fame.His father, Eleazar SR recieved 217 acres from John, who was given the property by John, Thomas and Richard Penn.When John became ill, he left the property to Eleazar SR soley.This document is his wife, Mary Doan and his son Jonathon, selling the Old Mill Inn and forty acres of land to Phillip Nice.It has Patience family and about ten other lines, through marriage of Eleazars family and continues.Any questions, just ask.This document is listed in the Record Book in Bucks County and Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Here is the info: Below is the information about this document.It shows that this Indenture was indeed tied to the Plumstead Cowboys, via; Moses Doan;
"Eleazer Doane was brought under the ban of suspicion and charged with complicity with the Doane brothers in their raids upon tax collectors He was indicted and tried Mar 3 1784 for inciting his kinsman Moses Doane 227 to rob Nicholas Grover and for receiving and harboring him and George Sinclair after the said robbery was committed but the evidence not being sufficient to satisfy the jury he was acquitted."
This is the link to the book and this is the indenture of sale to Phillip Nice by his heirs, "In Apr 1811 Mary and Jonathan Doane widow and son of Eleazer Doane deceased applied for and obtained an order of court to sell the Inn and forty acres of land and under this order the farm and tavern at Plumstead were sold to Philip Nice."
I am going to relist this and correct the information, due to the description being wrong.The date of the document is recorded by WM Linton in 1799.Perhaps it took that long for Mary to fill and for the exchange to take place. I have added punctuation and some changes to relate to you the kinship.
“Co Mo 216 ELEAZER DOANE 6, son ofJohn 5, son ofEleazer 4, son of Daniel Jr 3, son of Daniel 2, son of John 1 was born at Haycock township Bucks Co Fa 1742 12 10 and died at Plumstead Pa in 1811.He married about 1769 Mary Kinsey who was born 1752 12 8 and died at Plumstead 1837 9 aged 84 years 11 months, the daughter of Jonathan and Jemima Heston Kinsey of Buckingham. Both he and his wife were members of the Society of Friends at Buckingham but to avoid the publicity of marriage before the Meeting they were married privately.For this, they were called to account by the Elders and after making respectful acknowledgments were restored to membership at the Meeting held 5 mo 1771.Mr. Doane settled first in Haycock township where he lived until 1788,when he purchased the property known as the old Price Tavern in Plumstead to which he removed and kept an Inn until his death.
In Apr 1811 Mary and Jonathan Doane widow and son of Eleazer Doane deceased applied for and obtained an order of court to sell the Inn and forty acres of land and under this order the farm and tavern at Plumstead were sold to Philip Nice.
By reason of assertions in the confessions of Jesse and Solomon Vickers Eleazer Doane was brought under the ban of suspicion and charged with complicity with the Doane brothers in their raids upon tax collectors He was indicted and tried Mar 3 1784 for inciting his kinsman Moses Doane #227 to rob Nicholas Grover and for receiving and harboring him and George Sinclair after the said robbery was committed but the evidence not being sufficient to satisfy the jury he was acquitted.
Children I Susannah 7 b 1770 8 11 She declared intention of marriage at the Buckingham Meeting 1794 12 1 with Jonathan Michner of Plumstead s of Wm and Martha Doane Michner and gr s of Israel Doane 40Ch 1 Allison 2 Eleazer 8 Mercy 4 William 5 Patience 6 Smith 7 Martha 8 Mary 9 PhIneas 10 Joel 11 Susanna 11 Jonas b 1773 2 28 m Pamella Price lived probably in PlumsteadCh 1 Phoebe 2 Hannah 3 Mary 4 Jemima S Alleann 6 Hugh
Ill Rebecca 7 b 1775 1 22 m at Buckingham Meeting 1801 10 15 John Michner of PIumstead b 1771 8 19 d at Buckingham in 1858 s of Wm and Martha Doane Michner and gr s of Israel Doane 40 They lived in or near Backing ham
Ch 1 Jemima b 1802 11 10 2 Martha b 1805 7 14 3 Elliot b 1808 1 27 4 Allen b 1812 10 15 5 Mary b 1815 2 15 d 1816 iv Jonathan b 1777 1 19 d at Upper Makefleld m Grace Worthington and settled in Upper Makefleld
Ch 1 Anna Maria b 1809 1 26 2 Heston b 1811 2 2 8 Ab ner b 1818 2 27 4 Mary b 1815 11 2 5 Wilson b 1823 10 20 6 Hannah b 1826 4 v Mercy 7 b 1780 12 27 m William Michner t1 Joshua b 1783 4 26 m Alleann Krewsen
Ch 1 James 2 Eveline 3 Charles vll Jemima b 1785 8 2 d 1802 5 2 unm vlil Joel b 1788 3 1 m Jane Michner
Ch 1 Mary Jane 2 Sarah 3 Jonathan 4 Jemima 5 Martha ix Mary b 1791 9 9 m Joseph Worthington Ch 1 Ann 2 Rebecca 3 Patience 4 Alleann x Hannah b 1794 5 29 d at Pineville 1887 12 5 m by Esq. Hicks Samuel Tomlinson of Upper Makefleld b 1785 1 25 d at Pineville 1855 4 18 s of Joseph and Jane Buck man Tomlinson They settled in Pineville and kept a tavern there many years After her death be married a second time
Ch 1 Kinsey B b 1814 2 4 2 Mary Jane b 1817 2 1 d 1818 1 8 Wilhelmina b 1818 12 17 d 1840 12 18 4 Susanna b 1821 12 6 d 1841 6th mo 5 Theodore b 1825 2 8 d 1831 2nd mo 6 Martha P b 1827 6 21 7 Amanda b 1829 4 8 8 William H b 1833 8 18 9 Hannah D b 1837 6 I3 222 THE DOANE FAMILY