Here is an assortment of pictures of Doak folks.
All the folks you see on this page are descended from Robert and Margaret Doak that arrived at Boston in 1718.
In the group of pictures shown below, you will see folks that are all descended from James Doak of Londonderry, N.H.. This James was a son of Robert and Margaret.
The Line goes: Robert Doak 1718, son James, Son James Jr., Son Robert (went to Compton 1810).
Everyone you see below is descended from the Doak group that went from Londonderry, N.H. to Compton, Que, Canada in 1810.
Muriel Louisa; Sara; Haughton, Rose, Shirley and James Croswell; Amy Violet Tisdale; and Eliza Rebecca and Amy Violet Tisdale.
John Reginald Doak Sr./John Reginald Doak Jr./Marcella Ann (Moody) Doak (1997); (Front Row) - Gertrude Lillian, Friend, Muriel (Rear Row) Eliza Rebecca, Robert William Doak (Circa 1912 at Keene, N.H.)
In the group of pictures below, you will find some very nice pictures of a Doak clan that is descended from Robert and Margaret.
These folks are descended from Robert and Margaret's son David b. 1710.
The Line goes like this: Robert Doak, Son David, Son Robert, Son David, Son William Robinson, Son Charles Henry, Daughter Byrdie Doak Sanderson.
A very nice Family Book has been published (2006) by Bill Sanderson. Contact Bill HERE if you would like a copy.
Here is a group of Doak's that hail from Amwell (South Strabane), Pennsylvania. This group descends from Robert Doak who was granted land in 1785 called "Doak Plains".
(Web Master's Note:) While not proven, we feel fairly certain that THIS Robert Doak was born 1728 at Boston, Ma. and was the first son of James Doak and Martha Rankin of Londonderry, N.H.
The line goes like this: Robert of "Doak Plains" 1785, son William, Son William, son Robert, son Adam J., son William Clarence and son Leonard Gordon (the author of this book).