1724 Jonathan Humphries married Sarah Doughty, taken from the Burlington meetings minutes reporting the second proposal, 
1745 On 15 April, Jonathan Humphrys, perhaps this one, was a freeholder in Chester Township, Burlington County, New Jersey. 
1758 On May 8, John Humphreys and Sarah Doughty of Burlington married. 
Jonathan was son of Daniel Humphrey and Hannah Wynn. They lived in the Bounds of Radnor MM in the Welsh Tract in then Chester County, Now Montgomery County. Sarah married a cousin of Mary's husband, John Jones. They lived in the Bounds of Radnor MM in the Welsh Tract in then Chester County, Now Montgomery County.  Hannah was born Chester, PA. Children Jonathan Humphrey: Hannah b 1725-10-11, Ann b 1727-04-19, Mary b 1729-02-10, Daniel b 1731-05-02, Jacob b 1731-05-02, Benjamin b 1732-06-17, Whitehead b 1734-03-20, Jonathan b 1735-12-23, Isaac b 1737-05-17, Amy b 1725.
Sarah Doughty was named as a daughter of Jacob Doughty and Amy Whitehead and as the wife of Humphries and mother of Amy. 
 Amelia Mott Gummere, Friends in Burlington (Philadelphia: Collins, Printer, 1884), 89, [HathiTrust], [GoogleBooks].
 Carlos E. Godfrey, "A List of the Freeholders for the City and County of Burlington," The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 29 (1905), 421-26, at 425, [InternetArchive].
 William Nelson, Documents relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey. Archives Vol. 22. (Marriage Records, 1665-1800) (1900), 119, [HathiTrust], [GoogleBooks], [InternetArchive].
 Personal Communication, Wanda Sparks of Arizona, a descendent.
 Ethan Allen Doty, "The Doughty Family of Long Island," New York Genealogical and Biographical Record 43 (1912), 273-87, 312-24, at 284, of 282-284, [InternetArchive].