I am trying to find actual "proof" of the relationship between Isaac Doolittle (b 1813) Isaac Doolittle (1779) and timothy Doolittle (1751).
Accord to research:
Timothy Doolittle (Nathaniel, Samuel, Abraham) was born in 1751/52 in New Haven Connecticut to parents Nathaniel Doolittle and Hannah Foster.
Timothy is a Revolutionary Patriot who serviced in Company D Van Ness' Regiment New York.
Speculation:According to other Doolittle Research Timothy had a son named Isaac Doolittle born approx 1779. Isaac married Margarett Lybolt
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/M8KG-BW1 Name: Isaac Doolittle Estimated Birth Year: 1779 Gender: Male Age in 1870: 91y Color (white, black, mulatto, chinese, Indian): White Birthplace: New York Home in 1870: New York, United States Collection: United States Census, 1870 Household Gender Age Isaac Doolittle M 91y Margrett Doolittle F 80y Theodore Doolittle M 45y Harrison Doolittle M 42y Mary Doolittle F 39y Margarett Doolittle F 7y Mary E Doolittle F 5y Charles B Doolittle M 4y Isaac E Doolittle M 2y Grant Doolittle M 2m James Brown M 17y
While not shown here, Isaac and Margarett are reported to have had a son named Isaac Doolittle who married Huldah Bennett.
I cannot find any proof to show that Isaac (1813) was the son of Isaac Doolittle (1779), nor can I find any proof that Isaac Doolittle (1779) was the son of Timothy Doolittle (1751)
Any help would be appreciated.Working on my DAR paperwork and would love to prove this connection and have Timothy Doolittle recognized revolutionary patriot by the DAR.