1661 "Court held 25th Sep 1661 in Charles County. ... Elenor Empson, Plt., Richard Watson, Def.; plaintiff claims Watson defamed petitioner by forbidding the banns of matrimony without cause against a poor distressed widow; Mr. Enoch Doughty, age ca 22 years, swore he saw a note sent by defendent to his father, Francis Doughtie, to forbid banns between plaintiff and any other person as she was his wife before God; defendent being a blind man and disclaiming any interest in her, being forced to trust others in writing; plaintiff non-suited."
1663 "Deed of gift: I, Enoch Doughty, have delivered unto Joye Oneale, my brother Heugh Oneale's daughter, on black heifer; 20 Nov 1663; /s/ Enoch Doughty; wit. Samuel Clarke, Thomas Branso (mark)." 
1667 Enoch Doughty was granted 500 acres on the north side of Rappahannock River, above Nanzemone Towne, Virginia. Dated November 8.
1675 Enoch Doughty was granted 4763 acres on Rappahannock on the south side of the river: Beg.g &c. to a branch called Tuckquake Swamp. Dated June 15. 
1722 Land formerly granted to Enoch Dowdy in King and Queen Counties, Virginia, was sold on July 18. 
 Elise Greenup Jourdan, Abstracts of Charles County, Maryland Land and Court Records, 1658-1666, Vol. I (2009), 67, [GoogleBooks].
 ibid., p. 180.
 Virginia Land Office Patents and Grants, Land Grant Abstracts, Library of Virginia, Patent 6-88, [Library of Virginia].
 Virginia Land Office Patents and Grants, Land Grant Abstracts, Library of Virginia, Patent 6-561, Enoch Doughty is named in a list of persons, [Library of Virginia].
 Ruth and Sam Sparacio, Virginia County Court Records, Deed Abstracts of Essex County, Virginia (1721-1724), Deed Book 17 (1988), 13, Essex County Deed 17-75.