Charles B DAGGART was born abt. 1817 in Scotland. He married Rachel PHILLIPS bef. 1851. He died bef. 1870. Rachel PHILLIPS was born abt. 1827 in Canada. She died bef. 1851 in Two Rivers, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, USA.

Children of Charles B DAGGART and Rachel PHILLIPS are:
1. Thomas DAGGART, b. abt. 1848

Other Marriages/Unions for Charles B DAGGART:
See Charles B DAGGART & Naomi KNIBBS

Notes for Charles B DAGGART:

As of December 2016, I've never found this marriage personally but have decided to accept that it's correct as it seems most likely to have taken place:

In 1850, we see charles and his first wife living at Two Rivers, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin:
Charles B Daggert Head Mar 34 Lumberman Scotland
Rachall Daggert Wife Mar 24 Canada
Thomas Daggert Son 2 Wisconsin
Mary J Daggert 9 months Wisconsin

Charles Daggart's first wife died in Two Rivers, leaving two children, Thomas and Mary, and he subsequently returned to New York State where he married Naomi Knibbs, who became the mother of five children, viz.: Amanda E., Andrew, Martha F. , Evaline Ann, and one that died in infancy. Mr. Daggart, who followed merchandising, served as postmaster at Two Rivers, and also for one year as member of the Assembly.

In 1860, Charles was still living at Two Rivers, but with his second wife, Naomi:
Charles B Daggett Head Mar 43 Post Master Scotland
Naomi Daggett Wife Mar 41 England
Mary Jane Daggett Daur 10 Wisconsin
Ellen A Daggett Daur 7 Eisconsin
Andrew K Daggett Son 3 Wiscinsin
Martha F Daggett 1 month Wiscinsin

From the Herald Times Reporter Newspaper Archives, March 05, 1974:
The Two Rivers Post Office was established in late summer of ???? and Henry A. Tefft became the first commissioned postmaster, who carried the mail in his coat pocket. Receipts for the year were under as compared with in 1973 as the Post Office maintained its first class rating since 1923, dropping to second class in 1933 when Kahlenberg-Klaus Laboratory moved to Florida with its annual heavy mailing. Before Tefft's time Andrew Vieau and ???? (Deacon) Smith, founder of the community's first industry, making tubs and pails, by some authority, handled whatever mail coming to this point. "Deacon" Smith became postmaster in 1849 to 1851 when Joseph N. Fischer took over the post. Through the years the Post Office changed numerous times with its respective postmasters. In December of 1853, Charles B. Daggart took over the postmastership in a spot on 15th Street, near the Union House, and remained the office until 1861.


In 1860, we see Charles and Naomi living at Two Rivers, Manitowoc County, Wisconsin:
Chas B Daggett Head 43 Post Master Scotland
Naomi Daggett Wife 41 England
Mary Jane Daggett Daur 10 Wisconsin
Ellen A Daggett Daur 7 Wisconsin
Andrew K Daggett Son 3 Wisconsin
Martha F Daggett Daur 6 months Wisconsin

Sources for Charles B DAGGART:

  1. Lds - Appointments of U. S. Postmasters, 1832-1971,
  2. 1850 USA Federal Census,

Notes for Rachel PHILLIPS:

Sources for Rachel PHILLIPS:

  1. 1850 USA Federal Census,

Notes for Thomas DAGGART:

I don't know the exact circumstances, but I understand that Thomas died in an accident when he was 7 years old.