ca. 1620 Bradford's Of Plymouth Plantation page 68
In a footnote, it is mentioned that Stephen Hopkins is accompanied on an exploratory journey by is "his servant Doten." It is possible that that is Edward Dotey as he did come over on the Mayflower (according to the Plymouth Colony Probate Guide, page 33).
1632/1633 General Court 2 January 1632/1633 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:6-7
Dowty won a suit against him by John Washburne for taking a hog. The jury foreman, Robert Heeks, finding for Dowty.
In the same court, Joseph Rogers complained that Dowty owed him six young pigs. Dowty "was cast in fowr bushels of corne."
In the same court, William Bennet complained against Dowty for "divers injuries" which was referred to the Council at a later date.
1633 General Court 24 March 1633 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:26
Dowty gets into a fight with Josias Cooke, and they are both fined "6ss viijd", but because Dowty got the better of Cooke (he drew blood), he had to give Cooke "3ss 4d" within one month of the date.
General Court 25 March 1633 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:10
Dowty is to receive a bushel of corn worth 1 pound, 7 shillings.
General Court 27 March 1633 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:27
Dowty is listed as one among many who is owed by the government for donating corn. He is to get 18 shillings for is efforts.
General Court 1 April 1633 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:12
William Bennet accuses Dowty "of New Plymouth" of slander by calling him a rogue. The foreman of the jury, Josuah Pratt found Dowty guilty and fined him 50 shillings, plus 20 for "the King" and gave him eight month to make payment.
General Court 1633 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:3
Dowty named a Freeman from Plymouth.
1633/1634 General Court 2 January 1633/34 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:23
The Court declares that indentured servant John Smith has only to serve out the last 5 years of his indenture to Dowty, he already having served 5 years.
1634 General Court 28 March 1634 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:29
Edward Dowtie arrests Francis Sprage in an action to get his 20 sterling back. The Court orders Sprage to pay 6 shilling and 6 pounds sterling and also a half a peck of malt to pay off the debt.
1634/1635 General Court 6 January 1634/35 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:32
Edward Doten marries Fayth Clarke on January 6, 1634.
1635/36 General Court 14 March 1635/1636 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:40
Dotey is granted hay ground "upon Jones his river" with Mr Prence, Joseph Rogers, and Thomas Cushman.
1636 General Court 22 August 1636 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:43
"Peter Talbott, the late servt of Edw. Dowty, having a proporcon of land due unto him by the service of his mr, as appeareth by indenture, hath made over his right to James Skiffe, for & in consideracon of six bushels of corne."
General Court 4,5 October 1636 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:44
"Joseph Beedle & Edw. Dowty, having entred crosse accons against each other, their matters being raw & impfect, were by the Court referred to the arbitracon of Richard Church, Josuah Prat, & Nicholas Snow, & they to stand to such order the said arbitrators should sett downe."
1636/1637 General Court 6 January 1636/37 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:47
Peter Talbott is granted five acres of land for his service of indenture to Dotey.
General Court 7 March 1636/1637 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:52
Dotey is declared a Freeman from New Plymouth.
Records of Plymouth Colony 8:5
The Court hears the case of Georg Clarke against Edward Dotey. Clarke charges Dotey with a "deceitfull bargaine made wth him for a lot of land." The Court orders Dotey to give Clarke back his 8 pounds, or to accept the payment of 4 more pounds to complete the deal, at which time Clarke will own the land.
General Court 20 March 1636/1637 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:56
Dotey and John Banges are granted hay ground at Saggaquash.
1637 Deeds, 6 July 1637 Records of Plymouth Colony 12:20
A major deal is transacted between Dotey and Richard Derby. Dotey sells Derby a house and lands "at heigh Cliffe or Skeart hill" for 150 pounds. 20 pounds of the sum may be covered by a heifer to be chosen by Dotey. The remaining money will be paid by Derby upon his return from England within two years. Meanwhile, Dotey is allowed to keep possession of "one inner chamber wherein the said Edward Dotey layeth his Corne" and to plant 3 of the acres as he so choses. A second house on the property will remain with Dotey until Derby brings back payment from England and Dotey will be allowed to continue planting it until he gets paid. Derby also agrees to procure Dotey an indentured servant while in England for a payment of 5 pound finders fee (and Dotey will pay the servant 12 bushels of Indian grain at the end of the 5 to 7 year term. Finally, Dotey agrees to keep the parts of the property he continues to use in good repair, and a tenant William Hodgkinson will be allowed to continue to rent a portion of the property for the time being.
General Court 6 August 1637 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:64
The Court allows Dotey to have some land at Mounts Hill, if he thinks it is fit upon viewing.
General Court 2 October 1637 Records of Plymouth Colony 8:6
Georg Clark complains against Edward Dotey for denying him the liberty to hold land for the term he had taken it for. He sues him for 20 pounds, and the jury awards him 20 pounds in damages.
Immediately following this entry in the Court record is this: "Georg Clarke complaines agst Edward Dotey, in an action of assault and battery, (for strikeing the plt) to the damnage of v pounds." The jury finds for Clark and awards him the five pounds from Dotey.
General Court 4 December 1637 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:69
"Edward Dotey and Tristram Clark, his father in law, are to take Josiah Winslow, Nathaniell Sowther, and Joseph Pratt, and to view a pcell of land by Mr John Derby['s] graunt at Mounts Hill, that upon their report thereof to the Govnour and Assistant, they may have pcells thereof graunted them."
1637/38 General Court 2 January 1637/1638 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:75
"Wee prsent Edward Dotey for breakeing the Kings peace, in assaulting Georg Clarke. Fined [10 shillings].
Records of Plymouth Colony 8:7
At the same Court, Dotey complains against John Holmes, a gentleman, for trespassing. Dotey asks for damages of xl pounds. The jury, however, finds for Holmes, "because the complt could not prove he sustayned any damnage thereby." They award Holmes 5 shillings from Dotey for his trouble.
General Court 5 February 1637/1638 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:76
Thirty-six acres of land are granted to Edward Dotey, and a garden place located at the western end of Derby's Pond.
General Court 6 March 1637/1638 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:80
"Edward Dotey is fined [10 shillings] for breakeing his maties peace in assaulting Georg Clarke."
1638 General Court 1 October 1638 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:99
"Whereas sixtie acres of land were graunted to Edward Dotey, lying at a pond neere
Namassacutt Payth, upon report that he had sould his house and land at Heigh Cliffe to Mr Richard Derby, which bargaine is now relinquished, the said Edward Dotey doth also relinquish the said grant. And the Court hath graunted the said Edward Dotey six acrees of meadow there, to lye to his house at Heigh Cliffe, and all that pcell of upland lying before the said meddow, and to begin at the esterly end at the swampe, ranging up westerly to another swampe, and to extend to Namascutt Path, southward, saveing that the said Edward shall allow a payth for carriages as shalbe thought meet to be layd forth." So when the sale of the Heigh Cliffe property falls through with Derby, Dotey is granted a smaller meadow near his house.
General Court 25 October 1638 Records of Plymouth Colony 8:10
"Richard Derby complaines agst Edward Dotey, in an action upon the case, to the dam of xiiij pounds."
General Court 5 November 1638 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:102
"Georg Moore is allowed to live with Edward Dotey, he carrying himself in good order, as he ought to doe, and to enjoy the bargaine betwixt them."
Records of Plymouth Colony 1:100
The Court acknowledges that Samuell Gorton owes Dotey [xl] pounds.
1639 General Court 4 June 1639 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:128
Richard Derby is acknowledged by the Court to owe Dotey of Plymouth 20 pounds. Dotey is also referred to as a yeoman here.
Deeds, 23 September 1639 Records of Plymouth Colony 12:46
Dotey sells Richard Derby 20 acres of land at the "heigh Cliff" for 22 pounds. John Winslow is noted as a abutting neighbor, and Dotey also remains a land owner in the vicinity.
1639/40 General Court 3 March 1639/1640 Records of Plymouth Colony 8:15
John Shaw sues Dotey for 10 pounds for trespass. The jury finds for Shaw, and orders Dotey to pay him 3 pounds and 15 shillings damages.
1640 General Court 1 June 1640 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:154
Richard Sparrow is granted five acres of meadow by Dotey in the west meadow above his own meadow.
General Court 6 April 1640 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:143
Doteys grants Bridgitt Fuller 10 acres of meadow from his "long meadow."
General Court 1 September 1640 Records of Plymouth Colony 8:16
Bridgitt Fuller, a widow, sues Dotey for trespass for 30 pounds. The jury finds for Fuller, awards her iij pounds and 10 shillings damages, but also maintains that she "is to pforme her bargaine to the deffnt for wintering her cattell."
General Court 2 November 1640 Records of Plymouth Colony 1:166
Of many people granted meadows, Edward Dotey is granted "6 acres, with upland" which is in an area called "Lakenhame by Doteys". So, apparently he lives nearby.
1641 General Court 1 June 1641 Records of Plymouth Colony 2:18
"Georg Allen of Sandwich, became ptey to the action that Edward Doty pferrs agst William Alney of Sandwich."
General Court 16 September 1641 Records of Plymouth Colony 2:26
Dotey is granted 40 acres of land at Lakenham. Also, it is mentioned that Thurstone Clarke is granted 10 acres at the head of Dotey's lot near the Mount Hill Path.
General Court 7 December 1641 Records of Plymouth Colony 8:26
In an entry prior to the Dotey entry, it appears that James Cole in indebted to Dotey. Then it says, "Edward Dotey complains agst James Luxford, in an action of trespas" for damages of vij pounds. "Goods & debts attached. In James Coles hands.
It, in Wm Tubbs hand 1 14 06
It, in John Chaundlers hand 0 07 10
It, in Thom Cushmans hand 0 05 02
It, in Robert Finneys hand 0"
1641/1642 General Court 4 January 1641/42 Records of Plymouth Colony 2:30
The Court orders that in the difference between Thurstone Clarke and Dotey, that Clarke is to pay Dotey xij bushels and j peck of Indian corn and xij in money or iiij bushels of Indian corn. Also, that John Jenney is to get 31 shillings and 6 pence of the money owed to Dotey by Clarke.
General Court 1 February 1641/1642 Records of Plymouth Colony 2:32
John Jenney tells the Court that Dotey owes him 3 pounds, 10 shillings. The Court determines that Dotey has paid him 1 pound, 18 shillings, and 6 pence. Then they order the Jenney should pay Dotey "five bushells & a half of Indian mertantable corne, & iijd for so much remayned to the sd Dotey upon the account."
The Court orders Georg Clarke to pay four bushels of Indian corn to Dotey to settle the differences between them.
Dotey is keeping two cows and a young steer for Thomas Symons, but they are in danger of continuing to break into other people's corn, etc. So the Court orders Dotey to pen them instead of letting them run free, and if they should damage any property, Dotey will be responsible, not Symons.
1642 General Court 3 May 1642 Records of Plymouth Colony 2:38-39
The Court orders that the five bushels of corn that John Jenney owes Dotey for Thurston Clark, and also the eight bushels that Joseph Ramsden owes Dotey, will be paid to Jenney by Ramsden. Then the 13 and a half bushels of Dotey's with Jenney will be paid to Samuell Stertevaunt which Dotey owed him. Dotey is then freed of the whole problem.
The Court also instructs in a confusing series of transactions that Thomas Prence and Dotey are to get some of a payment of debt between John Chaundler and James Luxford.
Deeds, 6 May 1642 Records of Plymouth Colony 12:142
Dotey purchases an acre of land at the "heigh Cliff" between the land of Phineas Pratt and John Shawe from Josuah Pratt for 40 shillings.
General Court 7 September 1642 Records of Plymouth Colony 2:44
The Court acknowledges that John Hasell of Seacunucke owes Dotey 20 pounds.
1642/43 General Court 6 March 1642/1643 Records of Plymouth Colony 2:52
The Court orders Dotey to pay five bushels of Indian corn to Mr. Hanbury.
1643 Deeds, 5 May 1643 Records of Plymouth Colony 12:91
Dotey sells two lots of 40 acres on the "heigh Cliff" to Steephen Bryan and John Shawe, Jr. for the sum of xvj pounds. Neighbors Samuell King and Samuell Cutbert are mentioned.
1643/44 General Court 2 January 1643/1644 Records of Plymouth Colony 2:67
The Court orders Dotey to pay five bushels of Indian corn to John Groome, for Manasseth Kempton's use.
General Court 5 March 1643/1644 Records of Plymouth Colony 2:69
The Court levies a 10 pound tax against Dotey if he does not appear in the next Court.
1644/45 General Court 3 March 1644/1645 Records of Plymouth Colony 2:81
Dotey is levied 10 pounds along with Steeven Bryan to appear in the next court.
1645 Deeds 16 July 1645 Records of Plymouth Colony 12:111
Dotey is mentioned in connection with a land deal in which John Shawe, Jr. recently purchased a parcel of 20 acres of land from Samuell Stertevaunt for 4 pounds and 10 shillings of beaver. Dotey had recently sold Stertevaunt the land.
1647 8 February 1647 Records of Plymouth Colony 7:5
Isaak Doty, son of Edward Doty, is recorded as being born on 8 February 1647.
General Court 7 December 1647 Records of Plymouth Colony 2:120
The Court fines Dotey 7 shillings damages for stealing wood from the land of Samuell Cutbert.
1649 Deeds 1649 Records of Plymouth Colony 12:179
Doty is mentioned in a land purchase. John Dunham, Jr. purchases land and a house belonging to Thurston Clarke. The lot he buys abuts up against his neighbors, Samuell Cutbert and Edward Dotey.
1649/50 General Court 6 March 1649/1650 Records of Plymouth Colony 8:47
Doty sues John Shaw, Jr. for 10 pounds. The jury finds for Dotey, awards him 35 shillings in damages and orders Shaw "to make good the iron worke unto the plaintife." It appears that Shaw, perhaps a smith, was to make something in iron for Dotey. Edward Gray testified in the case and was due a day's work.
1650 General Court 7 May 1650 Records of Plymouth Colony 2:149
The Court orders James Shaw and James Shaw, Jr. to pay Doty 35 shillings in his suit against them.
General Court 6 June 1650 Records of Plymouth Colony 8:48
John Shawe, Jr. sues Doty for 10 pounds. The jury finds for Doty, and awards him three shillings for his attending court for 2 days.
In the next entry, John Shawe, Jr. sues Doty for trespass for 20 pounds. The jury finds for Shawe, awards him 3 shillings damages, and the charges of the suit, which were 16 shillings, 6 pence.
General Court 7 August 1650 Records of Plymouth Colony 2:161
The Court orders Doty to pay both Edward Gray and Samuell Cutbert a bushel of Indian corn for damage done to their corn by Doty's cattle.
1651 30 April 1651 Records of Plymouth Colony 7:12
Joseph Dotey, son of Edward Dotey, is born on the last of April, 1651.
General Court 10 June 1651 Records of Plymouth Colony 2:177
Dotey is named as one of 58 "Purchasers." My guess, that these were the folks who could afford to buy certain lands that were opened up for purchase.
General Court 7 October 1651 Records of Plymouth Colony 8:56
John Holmes sues Doty for trespass and assault for 10 pounds. The jury finds for Holmes, but awards him 1 shilling and the cost of the suit.
1655 23 August 1655 Records of Plymouth Colony 7:17
"Edward Dotey died the 23rd of August, 1655."
Wills and Inventories, Vol. 2:287
James Hurst, John Cooke, John Howland, and William Hoskins act as witnesses to the will of Edward Doten.
1656/57 General Court 3 February 1656/1657 Records of Plymouth Colony 3:110
"In the controversy betwixt Thomas Lucas and the widdow Dotey about reconings betwixt them, the said Lucas is to pay the widdow Dotey 3 s, and soe the controversy is ended."
Edward Dotey's Inventory, 21 November 1655
Wills and Inventories, Vol. 2:288-289
Inventory of the estate of Edward Dotten, 21 November 1655
Imprimis his Dwelling house with his land adjoyning 25 00 00
It threescore acres of upland wit the meddow adjoyning to it lying
in the woods 10 00 00
It the land att Clarkes Iland 5 00 00
It the purchase land lying att Coaksett 20 00 00
It a yoake of working oxen 12 00 00
It a Cow 4 00 00
It an heifer of year and vantage 2 05 00
It 2 calves of this yeare 1 10 00
It halfe a calfe of this yeare 0 07 06
It 2 fatt Swine 4 00 00
It 4 yearling Swine 3 00 00
It Cart and wheels Ayltree pins and Shakle 2 00 00
It a plow with the Irons 0 14 00
It 2 yoakes a Cop yoake and a Draught yoake 0 08 00
It a paire of Cooples 0 02 06
It a Draught Chaine 0 04 06
It 2 axes att 5s - 2 spades att 7s 0 12 00
It 5 hoes att 10s one pothanger 3s 0 13 00
It 2 pitchforkes att 2s a paire of tonges 1s 6d 0 03 06
It 3 kittles a Coper kittle and 2 brasse kittles 1 13 00
It 6 pewter Dishes and a Candlesticke 0 15 00
It 2 Iron potts 1 00 00
It earthen potts and pans 0 06 00
It a matchcock muskett 0 12 00
It a hay knife and 2 sythes with nibbs & ringes 0 08 00
It 2 Cow bels att 8s a pound waight 4d 0 08 04
It a great wheel and a little wheel & a paire of cards 11 00
It 3 paire of hookes and hinges 00 04 00
It 2 hammers 2 paire of pincers & a Drawing knife 05 06
It 2 Chaires and a Cradle 0 15 00
It 2 Chists 0 18 00
It 4 wooden Trayes a wooden bowle & straining Dish 04 00
It a Table and forme 0 03 00
It a halfe bushell & a halfe pecke 0 02 00
It a halfe hogshead a rundlett and siveting trough 06 00
It 2 sickles and a hooke 0 02 00
It in Linnin 2 00 00
It bed and Coverings 5 00 00
It 30 bushels of rye 5 05 00
It 10 bushels and a halfe of pease 1 18 06
It 6 bushels of wheat 1 16 00
It 4 score bushels of Indian Corn 12 00 00
It 12 load of hay in the woods 3 12 00
It a watch bill 0 03 00
It 4 barrels of Tarr lying in Capt: Willetts hands 2 00 00
It more in rye 7 bushells 1 04 06
It a steer of two yeare and the vantage 2 10 00
It a barrell of Tarr 0 10 00
It a Cow hyde 0 07 06
The summe 137 19 06
Debts owing 6 00 02
paied of this Debt 03 13 10
Witnesses: William Hoskins and Ephraim Tinkham
Georg Allen -Allen, of Sandwich becomes "ptey" tot he action Doty "pferrs" against William Alney of Sandwich, 1 June 1641.
William Alney -Doty brings an action against Alney, of Sandwich, in Court, 1 June 1641.
John Banges -Banges and Dotey are granted hay ground at Saggaquash, 20 March 1636/1637.
Joseph Beedle -files a suit against Dotey which is referred to arbitration, 4 October 1636.
William Bennet -Bennet sues Dotey for calling him a rogue and wins 50 shillings, 1 April 1633.
Steephen Bryan -Dotey sells two lots of 40 acres on the heigh Cliff to Bryan fo and John Shawe, Jr. for xvj pounds, 5 May 1643.
-Dotey and Bryan are levied 10 pounds to both appear in the next Court, 3 March 1644/1645.
John Chaundler -Involved in a small circle of debt with Dotey, 7 December 1641.
-Chaundler is to pay Dotey and Thomas Prence from some sort of debt he owes James Luxford, 4 May 1642.
Faith Clark -Doten marries Clark on 6 January 1634.
Georg Clark -Charges Dotey with deceit in a land deal into which the Court intervenes, 7 March 1636.
-Sues Dotey for 20 pounds for denying him his land and wins, 2 October 1637.
-Sues Dotey for assault and battery after the preceding case, and wins 5 more pounds, 2 October 1637.
-Dotey is fined 10 shillings for assaulting Clarke, 2 January 1637/1638.
-Dotey is fined 10 shillings for assaulting Clarke, 6 March 1637/1638.
-Court order Clarke to pay four bushels of corn to Dotey to settle any differences between them, 1 February 1641/1642.
Tristram Clark -father-in-law of Dotey, takes a group of men to view land at Mounts Hill for possible granting, 4 December 1637.
Thurstone Clark -mentioned as having 10 acres near Dotey's Mount Hill Path, 16 September 1641.
-Court orders Clark to pay Dotey xij bushels and j peck of corn and xij in money or iiij in corn bushels for a debt, 4 Jan. 1641/1642.
-John Jenney is to pay a debt to Dotey for Clark, 3 May 1642.
-Dotey mentioned as neighbor to Clarke when he sells a parcel to John Dunham, Jr. in a land deal, 1649.
James Cole -Cole is indebted to Dotey in some capacity, 7 December 1641.
John Cooke -Acts as witness to Dotey's will, 1655.
Josias Cooke -Dotey and Cooke both fined by the Court for fighting, in which Dotey got the best of Cooke, 24 March 1633.
Thomas Cushman -Involved in a small circle of debt with Dotey, 7 December 1641.
Samuell Cutbert -Mentioned as neighbor to Dotey on the heigh Cliff, 5 May 1643.
-Dotey is fined 7 shillings for stealling wood from Cutbert's land, 7 December 1647.
-Mentioned as neighbor to Dotey in a deed, 1649.
-Court orders Dotey to pay Cutbert a bushel of corn for damage done to Cutbert's crops by Dotey's cattle, 7 August 1650.
Richard Derby -purchases a house and land at heigh Cliff from Dotey for 150 pounds in a complicated deal, 6 July 1637.
-the land deal with Derby falls through, 1 October 1638.
-Derby sues Dotey for 13 pounds, 25 October 1638.
-Court orders Derby to pay Dotey 20 pounds, 4 June 1639.
-Dotey sells Derby 20 acres of land at heigh Cliff for 22 pounds, 23 September 1639.
Isaak Doty -Son of Edward Dotey, born 8 February 1647.
Joseph Dotey -Sone of Edward Dotey, born last of April, 1651.
John Dunham, Jr. -Mentioned as buying land from Thurston Clarke which makes him a new neighbor to Dotey in a deed, 1649.
Robert Finney -Involved in a small circle of debt with Dotey, 7 December 1641.
Bridgitt Fuller -Dotey grants Fuller 10 acres of his meadow, 6 April 1640.
-Fuller sues Dotey for trespass for 30 pounds and wins iij pounds and 10 shillings, but must continue to care for some of Dotey's livestock, 1 September 1640.
Samuell Gorton -the Court acknowledges that Gorton owes Dotey xl pounds, 5 November 1638.
Edward Gray -Appears as witness in the Shaw/ Dotey case, 6 March 1649/1650.
-Court orders Dotey to pay Gray a bushel of corn for the damage his cattle did to Gray's crop, 7 August 1650.
John Groome -Court orders Dotey to pay Groome 5 bushels of corn for Manasseth Kempton's use, 2 Jan. 1643/1644.
Mr. Hanbury -Court orders Dotey to pay 5 bushels of corn to Hanbury, 6 March 1642/1643.
John Hasell -of Seacunucke, owes Dotey 20 pounds, 7 Sept. 1642.
John Holmes -Dotey charges Holmes with trespass, but the jury finds for Holmes when no damage could be proven by Dotey, 2 January 1637/1638.
-Holmes sues Doty 10 pounds for trespass and assault. Jury awards Holmes 1 shilling.
Stephen Hopkins -possible the man to whom Dotey was indentured to on first arriving in the Colony, ca. 1620.
William Hoskins -Acts as witness to Dotey's will, 1655.
John Howland -Acts as witness to Dotey's will, 1655.
James Hurst -Acts as witness to Dotey's will, 1655.
John Jenney -Jenney is to get 31 shillings and 6 pence of a debt owed to Dotey from Thurstone Clarke, presumably to cover a Dotey debt to Jenney, 4 Jan. 1641/1642.
-Jenney tells the Court Dotey owes him 3 pounds, 10 shillings. The Court orders Dotey to pay him five and half bushels of corn and iijd to clear up the account, 1 Feb. 1641/1642.
-Court orders the the debt Jenney owes to Dotey for Thurston Clark is to be paid to Joseph Ramsden for Dotey, 3 May 1642.
Manasseth Kempton -Court orders Dotey to pay John Groome 5 bushels of corn for Manasseth Kempton's use, 2 Jan. 1643/1644.
Samuell King -Mentioned as neighbor to Dotey on heigh Cliff, 5 May 1643.
James Luxford -Accussed of trespass by Dotey for damages of vij pounds, 7 December 1641.
-Dotey and Thomas Prence are to be paid an unspecified amount of a debt between John Chaundler and Luxford, 4 May 1642.
Georg Moore -is acknowledged to be living with Dotey, 5 November 1638.
Joseph Pratt -views land at Mounts Hill with Dotey for possible granting, 4 December 1637.
Josuah Pratt -Dotey buys an acre of land for 40 shillings from Pratt on the heigh Cliff, 6 May 1642.
Phineas Pratt -Owns land near Dotey at heigh Cliff, 6 May 1642.
Thomas Prence -Along with Dotey, Prence is to be paid an unspecified debt owed him from John Chaundler and James Luxford, 4 May 1642.
Joseph Ramsden -Ramsden owes Dotey 8 bushels of corn, which the Court orders to be paid to John Jenney for a debt owed him by Dotey, 3 May 1642.
Joseph Rogers -complains in Court that Dotey owes him six young pigs, 2 January 1632/1633.
John Shaw -sues Dotey for 10 pounds for trespass, wins 3 pounds and 15 shillings, 3 March 1639/1640.
-mentioned as owned land near Dotey on heigh Cliff, 6 May 1642.
-Court orders Shaw and Shaw, Jr. to pay Dotey 35 shillings in the suit against them, 7 May 1650.
John Shawe, Jr. -Dotey sells Shawe and Steephen Bryan two lots totaling 40 acres on the heigh Cliff for xvj pounds, 5 May 1643.
-Dotey is mentioned in land deal between Shawe and Samuell Stertevaunt, 16 July 1645.
-Dotey sues Shaw for 10 pounds, gets 35 shillings in damages and the Court orders Shaw to make something of iron for Dotey, 6 March 1649/1650.
-Court orders Shaw, Jr. and John Shaw to pay Dotey 35 shillings in the suit against them, 7 May 1650.
-Shawe sues Dotey for 10 pounds. Jury finds for Dotey and awards him three shillings for his bother, 6 June 1650.
-Shawe sues Dotey 20 pounds for trespass. The jury awards Shawe 3 shillings, 6 June 1650.
James Skiffe -pays Dotey's indentured servant Peter Talbott 6 bushels of corn for the land rights that Talbott was due on release of his indenture, 22 August 1636.
John Smith -mentioned as indentured to Dotey, and having 5 more years to serve, 2 January 1633/1634
Nathaniell Sowther -views land at Mounts Hill with Dotey for possible granting, 4 December 1637.
Richard Sparrow -owns a meadow next to Dotey's meadow, 1 June 1640.
Francis Sprage -Dotey arrests Sprage to get his 20 sterling back and the Court orders Sprage to pay in various forms, 28 March 1634.
Samuell Stertevaunt -In a confusing turn of events, a debt of 13 bushels of corn owed to Stertevaunt by Dotey is covered by John Jenney and others who owe Dotey, 3 May 1642.
-Mentioned in Court that Stertevaunt has recently bought a parcel of land from Dotey which he is now selling to John Shawe, Jr. for 4 pounds and 10 shillings of beaver, 16 July 1645.
Thomas Symons -Mention of Dotey keeping two cows and a young steer for Symons, 1 February 1641/1642.
Peter Talbott -servant for Dotey, passed his 5 acres of land due him by Dotey to James Skiffe for six bushels of corne, 22 August 1636.
William Tubbs -Involved in a small circle of debt with Dotey, 7 December 1641.
John Washburne -Dotey sued him for stealing a hog and won, 2 January 1632/1633.
John Winslow -noted as neighbor of Dotey, 23 September 1639.
Josiah Winslow -views land at Mounts Hill with Dotey for possible granting, 4 December 1637.