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Sile Doty
... Sile Doty (August 30, 1800 – March 12, 1876) was an infamous robber, burglar, horse thief, highwayman, counterfeiter, and criminal gang leader ... Stewart Holbrook says that Doty "was, before the James-Younger era, the most energetic and notorious all-around bandit in the United States." Doty's criminal career ... Colburn and published four years after Doty's death as The Life of Sile Doty The Most Noted Thief and Daring Burglar of His Time ...
Doty, Washington
... Doty is an unincorporated community between Dryad and Pe Ell in Washington State, United States ... Doty built a sawmill here around 1900, and the town that sprang up around it was named after him ... About 250 people live in Doty ...
Angell Park Speedway - Fireman Nationals
1984 Dan Boorse 1985 Rich Vogler 1986 Kevin Olson 1987 Kevin Olson 1988 Kevin Doty 1989 Kevin Doty 1990 Kevin Doty 1991 Stevie Reeves 1992 Marty Davis 1993 ...
Sile Doty - Home, Prison and Old Age
... In the fall of 1847, Doty returned to his home in Steuben County, Indiana and continued his depredations on the citizens of northern Indiana and southern Michigan, having convinced his ... In August 1849, Doty was arrested for robbing a peddler, and spent several months in jail in Hillsdale, Michigan before being bailed out ... Doty was able to get his trial postponed repeatedly, during which time he stepped up his criminal activity stealing more property, he claimed, than at any other time in his ...
Sile Doty - Mexico
... In the fall of 1845, the Supreme Court of Indiana granted Doty a new trial, and he was returned to the Angola jail to await the retrial ... Using two knives hidden in his belt, Doty broke out of jail once more and headed for the Mexican-American War, reaching General Zachary Taylor's army at ... all past offenses of those who enlisted for the duration of the war, so Doty sent letters to his home saying that he had enlisted until the end of the war, although he had ...