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Generation No. 1
1. Gerald Albright Dodge, born September 26, 1914 in Callicoon, New York; died April 1943 in Callicoon, New York. He was the son of 2. Walter Lloyd Dodge and 3. Laura Florence Albright.
Notes for Gerald Albright Dodge:

Became disabled with menijitus from mumps at an early age (about 1928). Cared for by parents until his death from complications.



Generation No. 2
2. Walter Lloyd Dodge, born November 17, 1882 in Rockland, New York; died January 04, 1976 in Albany, New York. He was the son of 4. McKendree Nathaniel Dodge and 5. Mary Reed. He married 3. Laura Florence Albright July 31, 1909 in Plainfield, New Jersey.

3. Laura Florence Albright, born May 13, 1885 in Evansville, Berks County, Pennsylvania; died April 07, 1973 in Edwards Nursing Home, Callicoon, New York. She was the daughter of 6. James Madison Stetzler Albright and 7. Suzanna Schaeffer Kindt.


Notes for Walter Lloyd Dodge:

Banker in Callicoon, New York. Had severe times during depression (1929-1934) but bank survived. President of the School Board. Head of the Sunday School. Nursed invalid son until son's death in 1943. [
Notes for Laura Florence Albright:

Graduated from the Keystone State Normal School (later Kutztown State Teacher's College), Kutztown, Pennsylvania, 1907. Lived with her Aunt Heddi and the Schwoyer family while she went to college. Taught school 1907-1908. Lived in Callicoon, New York 1909-1972. Nursed invalid son until son's death in 1943.


Marriage Notes for Walter Dodge and Laura Albright:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995, obituary>] Has marriage date as July 30, 1909 from Rockland ME Church book.


More About Walter Dodge and Laura Albright:

Marriage Fact: married at Minnie's house

Children of Walter Dodge and Laura Albright are:

1 i. Gerald Albright Dodge, born September 26, 1914 in Callicoon, New York; died April 1943 in Callicoon, New York.

ii. Elaine Eleanor Dodge, born May 17, 1917 in Callicoon, New York; died July 04, 2000 in Albany, New York; married Frank William Davidson, Jr May 02, 1943 in Newburgh, New York; born July 14, 1918 in Ada, Ohio; died February 14, 1985 in Albany, New York.
Notes for Elaine Eleanor Dodge:

Grew up in Callicoon, New York. B.A., Eastman School of Music, 1938. Taught public school music, Groton, NY, and Westport, Connecticut, 1938-43. Met Frank (aka Bill) at age 7 when he pushed her into the snow. [
Notes for Frank William Davidson, Jr:

Grew up in Ohio and Callicoon, New York. B.A., Journalism, Syracuse University, 1940. News reporter, Newburgh (NY) News, 1940-1. Bridgeport (CT) Herald, 1941-2,45-8. US Army/AirForce, 1942-45. US Air Force National Guard, Lt. Colonel, ret.,1950-78. Associated Press Correspondent, State Capitol at Albany, NY, 1948-53. New York State Thruway Authority (1953-78), Deputy Executive Director. Loved hunting and fishing.



Generation No. 3
4. McKendree Nathaniel Dodge1,2, born April 07, 1844 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York2; died February 25, 1914 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York2. He was the son of 8. Austin Dodge and 9. Mary Ann Montgomery. He married 5. Mary Reed January 03, 18672.

5. Mary Reed3,4, born May 13, 1842 in Bovina, Delaware County, New York4; died September 24, 1891 in Roscoe, Sullivan Country, New York4. She was the daughter of 10. Hamilton Reed and 11. Jane Hall.


Notes for McKendree Nathaniel Dodge:

Fought in the Civil War. Enlisted as a private on Company C of the 143rd Regiment, New York Volunteer Infantry, August 22nd, 1862. Sergeant, May 1, 1864. Was wounded in action at the Battle of Peach Tree Creek (near Atlanta) in leg, July 20, 1864. Had to sear out wound with red hot iron. Had limp for the rest of his life. Was the Postmaster of Rockland, New York, form 1874 until his death (except during the Cleveland administration) and owned and operated a General Store. He was Town Clerk for one year and Town Supervisor for 3 years. [Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Nicknamed Kennie. One page on the Bible says death was 25 Feb 1913, not 1914? [Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995, obituary>] ...By the death of M.N.Dodge, Rockland loses her foremost citizen. For forty five years he has been in business here and excepting during the two administrations of Cleveland, postmaster. A figure as familiar to men, women, and children as the members of their own homes. As a Republican, had served his party always and had been supervisor of the Town. He was a Scottish Rite Mason and a charter member of Livingston Manor lodge F.A.M., Treasurer of the Board of Fire Commissioners. Organizer and Commander Morgans Post G.A.R. Loyal to his country he served during the civil war in 143rd Regiment NYS Volunteers while to every old comrade he was a brother and friend in plenty and in want giving time and talents to their every needs. His house was build on a part of the farm where he was born and all his life was spent among us doing the right as he saw it. His health has been failing for years, but he would not surrender to his infirmities so long as he could walk across the road. He died sitting in his chair after the evening meal.... [Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995, obituary>] At the time of the Civil War he enlisted as a private in Co. C. 143rd Regiment, New York Volunteer Infantry, August 22nd, 1862 at Fallsburg, New York; mustered in as Corporal October 8, 1862; promoted Sergeant, May 1, 1864; wounded in action at Peach Tree Creek, Georgia on July 20, 1864; mustered out July 20, 1865 near Alexandria, Virginia. He was Postmaster from 1874 to death except during administration of Cleveland. Town Clerk for one year; Supervisor, three years; Charter member of the Livingston Manor Lodge F&AM (Free and Accepted Masons).


Notes for Mary Reed:

Had parents from Ireland.


More About Mary Reed:

Fact 1: died of enlargement of the spleen


Marriage Notes for McKendree Dodge and Mary Reed:

lived about Roscoe, New York store

Children of McKendree Dodge and Mary Reed are:

i. Eva Estelle Dodge5, born December 16, 1872; died June 14, 1956; married John William Albee October 17, 18945,6; born January 30, 1869 in Town of Colchester, Delaware County, New York; died June 14, 1956 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York6.


Notes for John William Albee:

Taught school as a young man. Went into hardware and jewelry business with his uncle. Spencer School of Optometrists, New York City. Various businesses in Roscoe, New York 1889- . Director of local bank 1906- .


2 ii. Walter Lloyd Dodge, born November 17, 1882 in Rockland, New York; died January 04, 1976 in Albany, New York; married Laura Florence Albright July 31, 1909 in Plainfield, New Jersey.

Generation No. 4
8. Austin Dodge12, born February 13, 1799 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York; died November 21, 1880 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York. He was the son of 16. Israel Dodge and 17. Elizabeth Austin. He married 9. Mary Ann Montgomery January 01, 1822 in Rockland, Sullivan Country, New York13.

9. Mary Ann Montgomery14,15, born November 16, 1802 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York15; died October 24, 1846 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York15. She was the daughter of 18. Robert Montgomery and 19. Lydia Morehouse.


Notes for Austin Dodge:

(from Walter Lloyd Dodge, 1968): grandfather Austen Dodge was a farmer in Rockland Country. Came from a pre-revolutionary family. Old headstones in the cemetery in Rockland, New York. Married twice. [Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] He was named after his maternal grandfather. At their death, they left $200 to Austin and his sister Abigail and with his money Austin bought a farm on which he built a home to which he brought his bride (D.I. Dodge's home opposite Dot Bullis') and spent his married life. Afterwards he bought his sister's portion which afterwards became Montgomery R. Dodge's home. Died of stomach cancer.

Children of Austin Dodge and Mary Montgomery are:

i. Emma Dodge16, born July 06, 1823; died July 11, 182316

ii. Cyris Austin Dodge16, born February 08, 1826; married Polly Joslyn June 24, 1862.
Notes for Cyris Austin Dodge:

farmer in Rockland Country, New York


Marriage Notes for Cyris Dodge and Polly Joslyn:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Dodge family bible


iii. Elizabeth Dodge16, born April 01, 1828; married John Johnston May 02, 185016
Marriage Notes for Elizabeth Dodge and John Johnston:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Dodge family bible


iv. Lydia Ann Dodge16, born October 11, 1830; married Burr Wilson

v. Mary Jane Dodge16, born February 28, 1833; died September 08, 1917; married Hawley J. Lewis

vi. Montgomery Robert Dodge16, born July 18, 1836; married (1) Josephine Sheeley; married (2) Janette Maybee
Notes for Montgomery Robert Dodge:

hotelkeeper


vii. Dennison Israel Dodge16, born February 28, 1842; died December 25, 1921; married (1) Lizzie Helen Royce December 27, 1877; born March 28, 1849 in Thumanville; died April 01, 1881 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York; married (2) Gertrude Caluson May 01, 1884.
Notes for Dennison Israel Dodge:

storekeeper


4 viii. McKendree Nathaniel Dodge, born April 07, 1844 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York; died February 25, 1914 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York; married (1) Mary Reed January 03, 1867; married (2) Minnie M. Reed October 18, 1892.
10. Hamilton Reed17, born November 22, 1799 in Ireland17; died 1867 in Colchester, Delaware Country, New York17. He married 11. Jane Hall Abt. 182817.

11. Jane Hall17, born March 09, 1809 in Ireland17; died 1886 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York17.


Notes for Hamilton Reed:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995, obituary>] See 1850 census for Colchester, Delaware County, New York


Notes for Jane Hall:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995, obituary>] In one reference, says her name is Mary Reed.

Children of Hamilton Reed and Jane Hall are:

i. Hannah Reed, born Abt. 1834.

ii. Eliza Reed, born Abt. 1836.

5 iii. Mary Reed, born May 13, 1842 in Bovina, Delaware County, New York; died September 24, 1891 in Roscoe, Sullivan Country, New York; married McKendree Nathaniel Dodge January 03, 1867.

iv. Matilda Reed, born Abt. 1849.

Generation No. 5
16. Israel Dodge24, born January 07, 1773 in Montville, Connecticut25; died October 18, 1855 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York25. He was the son of 32. Daniel Dodge and 33. Mary Brown. He married 17. Elizabeth Austin October 10, 1795 in Montville, Connecticut25.

17. Elizabeth Austin26, born February 22, 1778 in Montville, Connecticut27; died December 11, 1866 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York. She was the daughter of 34. Nathaniel Austin and 35. Abigail.


Notes for Israel Dodge:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Isreal and his wife, who was only 17 years old (1795) left the family home in Massachusetts(?) and came to New York State in what was then unbroken forest, but now is know as Brom Sprague's farm (John Sprague) about two miles down the Beaverkill (a little past the Red Rose.) they build a log cabin at Cooks Falls, Delaware County, and their first two children were born there: Abigail in 1796 and Austin in 1799. They lived there several years and then Israel sold the farm and bought the property now owned by Cyrus C. Dodge (Rockland, New York, next to Shellman's) where the rest of their children were born.

Matilda Dodge Fuller, daughter of Austin and Mary Grant Dodge, writes: "I can remember Israel (my grandfather). I saw him coming down the road with Grandma to take dinner at our house. He wore a cap with a long peak over his eyes. Something like jockey's wear and she carried a basket with double lids opening from both ends. They both smoked. She carrying her clay pipe in the basket. After they were at our house I did something that displeased him and he put me behind the door and I cried.

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Israel was the first Supervisor of the Town of Rockland in 1810.

He is buried in the Westfield Flats Cemetery, near the Presbyterian Church, Old Route 17, Roscoe, New York
Notes for Elizabeth Austin:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] After my Grandfather's death, she came over to our house alone, but when I was about 12 years old she got so feeble she could not walk and we had a buckboard wagon she could get into easily and Kennie and Dennie would go after her. One time in having they were busy and couldn't be spared and my father sent me with the injunction I was not to bet the horse go off the walk as the old lady didn't approve of girls driving. So I followed instructions. When we got about half way she grabbed the reigns slapping the horse's back and said, "Make him go faster." We drove up to the gate at good speed and my father commenced to scold me and she said, "Austin, I couldn't stand going so slow." So you will see where we get our racing blood.

She used to sit and tell me about her girlhood. She was an only child; married and came to Cooks Falls when about seventeen. When Aunt Abie was six months old she went back to visit her people in Connecticut in horse back. She stayed about six weeks and Grandpa went after her. It snowed when they returned and he build a sort of jumper out of poles and came in that.

"The following year her mother and father sold their property in Connecticut and came to Rockland to live with her. their names were Nathaniel and Abigail Austin. Your father was named Nathaiel after him. My father had their name (Austin) and Aunt Abbie was named Abigail.

"I think they were quite well to do for those days for they gave me to my father and Aunt Abbie on account of their names the land where Grams and Lydia Ann's houses stood.

"One thing I forgot to speak of in connection with their life at Cooks Falls: they had a fire place that was as large as the whole side of the house. Every night they drew their fuel with the horse. A log big enough to fit in it. The horse's name was "Old Hanks". My father used to tell us about it. He said when the horse came in the house, he (my father) ran under the bed.

See also notes for husband.

Children of Israel Dodge and Elizabeth Austin are:

i. Abigail Dodge28, born October 31, 1796; died July 30, 1884; married William Trimper Darbee
Notes for Abigail Dodge:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Named after her maternal grandmother.


8 ii. Austin Dodge, born February 13, 1799 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York; died November 21, 1880 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York; married (1) Mary Ann Montgomery January 01, 1822 in Rockland, Sullivan Country, New York; married (2) Mary Finney Grant October 12, 1848.

iii. Elizabeth Dodge28, born March 29, 1801; died December 11, 1866; married Olney Harden

iv. Augustus Dodge28, born April 16, 1803; died November 16, 1849.

v. Israel I. Dodge28, born April 04, 1805; died January 16, 1894; married (1) Mary Ann Green; married (2) Betsy Fitch; married (3) Eliza Reed; born 1836.


Notes for Israel I. Dodge:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Emigrated to Iowa.


vi. Harriet Dodge28, born June 07, 1807; married William Ross
Notes for Harriet Dodge:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Lived in Monticello.

vii. Cyrus I. Dodge28, born April 09, 1811; died May 03, 1814.
Notes for Cyrus I. Dodge:

Do not confuse with younger brother, Cyrus C.


viii. Hannah Dodge28, born July 31, 1813; died October 24, 1849; married Elias Hall

ix. Cyrus C. Dodge28, born October 01, 1815; died January 22, 1914; married (1) Sarah Ann Reed; born 1831; died 1897; married (2) Fedelia B. Gage June 13, 1842; died April 07, 1847.


Notes for Cyrus C. Dodge:

Do not confuse with older brother, Cyrus, or nephew Cyrus C., son of Austin. [Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995, Roscoe obituary from 1914>] He was born at the Dodge homestead at the head of the flat...and lived on the same farm till he was past ninety years of age....Since the death of his second wife and son Augustus, he had resided with the widow of the latter, Mrs Ella F. Dodge...There are seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren now living....Mr. Dodge was small of stature, always alert, and buoyant step and a carriage that would put to shame many a young man. He was a familiar figure on our streets until the last two years, a kindly unobtrusive gentleman who did not outlive his friends....Burial in Hillside Cemetery.


x. Lorina Dodge28, born May 29, 1817; died April 26, 1898; married Joseph Green

xi. Julia Ann Dodge28, born March 14, 1820; died January 21, 1903; married Anson Main


18. Robert Montgomery28,29, born November 13, 1776 in Blandford, Massachusetts29; died March 24, 1851 in Madison, Ohio29. He was the son of 36. Robert Montgomery and 37. Sally "Polly" Cunningham. He married 19. Lydia Morehouse April 15, 179829.

19. Lydia Morehouse30,31, born December 25, 1776 in Norwalk, Fairfield Country, Connecticut31; died May 13, 1814 in Town of Lumberland, Sullivan County, New York31. She was the daughter of 38. David Morehouse and 39. Sarah Hanford.

Children of Robert Montgomery and Lydia Morehouse are:

i. Pamela Montgomery, born February 10, 1799.

ii. Philemon Montgomery, born March 12, 1800.

iii. Loretta Montgomery, born October 10, 1801.

9 iv. Mary Ann Montgomery, born November 16, 1802 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York; died October 24, 1846 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York; married Austin Dodge January 01, 1822 in Rockland, Sullivan Country, New York.

v. Letta Montgomery, born October 30, 1804.

vi. Satilla Montgomery, born January 14, 1806.

vii. Loton White Montgomery, born March 20, 1807.

viii. Jane Montgomery, born March 19, 1810.

ix. Harriet Montgomery32, born September 05, 1811; married Seth Gillett January 08, 1834; born November 21, 1801.


Notes for Seth Gillett:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] (1773) Gillet (1801) Gillett (1866) Gillette


x. Polly Montgomery, born October 16, 1812.

Generation No. 6
32. Daniel Dodge34,35, born September 05, 1729 in Montville, Connecticut; died February 25, 1821 in Roscoe, New York. He was the son of 64. John Dodge and 65. Elizabeth Stebbins. He married 33. Mary Brown January 20, 1761 in Montville, Connecticut.

33. Mary Brown36,37, born November 01, 1730 in Montville, Connecticut; died December 10, 1801 in Montville, Connecticut.


Notes for Daniel Dodge:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Served in the Revolution as a private in Captain Henry Dodge's Company, Colonel Frederick Weissenfelt's Regiment, New York Levies (1781) at $6 and 2/3 dollars per month. See also "Dodge Genealogy, Descendants of Tristram Dodge" by Theon R. Woodward, Chicago, Ill 1904. North Parish, New London, now Town of Montville, Church Records; "Tristram Dodge and his Descendants in America" by Robert Dodge, New York 1886. He moved to Cooks Falls, New York in 1802 to live with his son, Israel, who had been there since 1795. He is buried in teh Presbyterian cemetery in Westfield Flats, Roscoe, New York. On the original gravestone is the epitaph: In memory of Daniel Dodge patriot of the Revolution wyho died Feb 25, 1821 in the 93 years of his life. (rubbing of gravestone by Susan George). A replacement gravestone was put in about 1945-50 to replace the original, which had broken, and had only Daniel Dodge 1729-1821. The original gravestone was repaired and replaced in 1996.

Children of Daniel Dodge and Mary Brown are:

16 i. Israel Dodge, born January 07, 1773 in Montville, Connecticut; died October 18, 1855 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York; married Elizabeth Austin October 10, 1795 in Montville, Connecticut.

ii. Joel Dodge

iii. Daniel Dodge38, died August 09, 1814.

iv. Cyrus Dodge
34. Nathaniel Austin38,39, born March 31, 1734; died December 28, 1807 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York. He was the son of 68. Nathanial Austin and 69. Agnes Adams. He married 35. Abigail.

35. Abigail39, born 1738; died March 03, 1803 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York.


Notes for Nathaniel Austin:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Buried in the Westfield Flats Cemetery in Roscoe, New York. The descendants of Richard Austin compiled by Edith Austin Moore (1905) pg 34: Capt. Nathanial Austin and wife Agnes Adams lists second son as Nathanial Austin b 1734 m Abigail. See also "Richard Austin of Charlestown, Massachusetts, 1638" by Edith Auston Moore; "The Austin Family History" by Richard and Pamela Russell, 1988 (based on Richard Austin).

Child of Nathaniel Austin and Abigail is:

17 i. Elizabeth Austin, born February 22, 1778 in Montville, Connecticut; died December 11, 1866 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York; married Israel Dodge October 10, 1795 in Montville, Connecticut.


36. Robert Montgomery He married 37. Sally "Polly" Cunningham.

37. Sally "Polly" Cunningham


Notes for Robert Montgomery:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Robert's parents both came from Ireland and settled in Blanford, Massachusetts in 1735.

Child of Robert Montgomery and Sally Cunningham is:

18 i. Robert Montgomery, born November 13, 1776 in Blandford, Massachusetts; died March 24, 1851 in Madison, Ohio; married Lydia Morehouse April 15, 1798.
38. David Morehouse He married 39. Sarah Hanford.

39. Sarah Hanford


Notes for Sarah Hanford:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] From Norwalk, Connecticut. See also "Descendants of Reverance Thomas Hanford, Vol I Six Generations compiled" by Augustus C. Golding, Norwalk Connecticut, 1936. "Ancient Historical Records of Norwalk, Connecticut" by Edwin Hall, Norwalk, Connecticut, 1847.

Child of David Morehouse and Sarah Hanford is:

19 i. Lydia Morehouse, born December 25, 1776 in Norwalk, Fairfield Country, Connecticut; died May 13, 1814 in Town of Lumberland, Sullivan County, New York; married Robert Montgomery April 15, 1798.

Generation No. 7
64. John Dodge43, born 168943; died November 16, 1776 in Canterbury, Connecticut. He was the son of 128. Israel Dodge and 129. Hannah. He married 65. Elizabeth Stebbins January 25, 1716/17.

65. Elizabeth Stebbins


Notes for John Dodge:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Baptized as an adult December 16, 1722. In 1725 he sold the land given him by his father in Montville to his brother, Israel, and removed to Colchester, Connecticut and later Canterbury, Connecticut.

Children of John Dodge and Elizabeth Stebbins are:

32 i. Daniel Dodge, born September 05, 1729 in Montville, Connecticut; died February 25, 1821 in Roscoe, New York; married Mary Brown January 20, 1761 in Montville, Connecticut.

ii. Ann Dodge44, died 1770; married John Dethick

iii. Hannah Dodge44, died 1770; married Daniel Peck

iv. John Dodge44, died January 22, 1794; married Lydia Rogers October 23, 1748.

v. Elizabeth Dodge44, married John Willis

vi. Joel Dodge44, died October 26, 1770; married Dorcas Smith January 14, 1753.

vii. Edward Dodge44, married Lois Morgan October 06, 1763.

viii. Bethiah Dodge, married Jonathan Symonds
68. Nathanial Austin He married 69. Agnes Adams.

69. Agnes Adams


Notes for Nathanial Austin:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] See "Descendants of Rcihard Austin" compiled by Edith Austin Moore, 1905 pg 34.

Child of Nathanial Austin and Agnes Adams is:

34 i. Nathaniel Austin, born March 31, 1734; died December 28, 1807 in Rockland, Sullivan County, New York; married Abigail



Generation No. 8
128. Israel Dodge44,45, born Abt. 1649 in England; died Abt. 1728 in North Parish (Montville), New London, Connecticut. He was the son of 256. Tristram Dodge and 257. Margaret Leonard. He married 129. Hannah.

129. Hannah


Notes for Israel Dodge:

Sold his share of land to his brothers, July 1670, and moved to Montville, New London, Connecticut in 1720. All New London records were burned by Benedit Arnold, September 6, 1781

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Made Freeman, along with his three brothers, in July 1670. In the "Genealogy Dictionary of Rhode Island" by John Osborne Austin (copy with Sue George material) says "October 21, 1720, he sold for 14 pounds to his brothers all his interest in housing and lands of their father, Tristram Dodge. From Dodge Genealogy 1904, he was on a farm in North Parish (Montville), New Longdon, Connecticut in 1694. Children's baptism records in Second Congregationalist Church of North Parish. He appears to have given away all of his real estate to his sons before his death. In 1724 he gave his son, Israel, more land but in 1730 his son Samuel sold land...doubtless after the death of his famther and mother. (This causes my guess of his death as 1728: Davidson)

Children of Israel Dodge and Hannah are:

64 i. John Dodge, born 1689; died November 16, 1776 in Canterbury, Connecticut; married (1) Hannah; married (2) Elizabeth Stebbins January 25, 1716/17.

ii. Thomas Dodge46, married Elizabeth Harris

iii. William Dodge46, married Grace Maynard

iv. Samuel Dodge46

v. Israel Dodge46, died 1745; married Rachael

Generation No. 9
256. Tristram Dodge46, born 1621 in England47; died 1683 in Block Island, Rhode Island47. He was the son of 512. John Dodge. He married 257. Margaret Leonard.

257. Margaret Leonard She was the daughter of 514. James Leonard.


Notes for Tristram Dodge:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] From the "Directory of the Ancestral Heads of New England Families 1620-1700" by Holmes, Tristram came from Suffolk, England, to Newfoundland in 1647, later to Massachusetts, and was one of the original settlers in 1661 of Block Island. From the "Dodge Genealogy, Descendants of Tristram Dodge" by Theron Royal Woodward (1904), referencing Robert Dodge's "Tristram Dodge and Descendants" (1866), Tristram sailed in April 1661 from Taunton, Massachusetts, with the original 15 settlers and their families and settled on Block Island, Rhode Island. Rev. S. T. Livermore, A.M. in his "History of Block Island" (1876) page 17, names Tristram Dodge as one of the passengers in the Shallop, which sailed from Taunton, 1661, and he says on page 327 that, although he was not among the first purchasers, he was among the first party of settlers.

The following, taken from the records of New Shoreham (Block Island), Rhode Island, would indicate that Tristram Dodge closely followed the first settlers if he did not come with them: "To All Persons to Whom This Testimony Shall Appear: "Know Ye, I, Simon Ray of Block Island, being eighty-one years of age and now upon oath doth testify and declare that on ye first erecting and settling of a s'd Block Island there was some undivided land reserved by ye first purchasers for to accommodate fishermen for promoting of a fishing trade, and Tristram Dodge Sr., a fisherman, came from Newfoundland and ye freeholders willing for to settle him on s'd Island, gave unto him said Traitram Dodge three acres of land unto him and his heirs forever which land ordered by Freeholders for to be measured unto him said Dodge situated and being on ye South East of ye Harbor that now is joining to the land of John Rathbon. "And unto yet trust of this testimony I set to my hand, "Simon Ray, Warden. "Block Island, Feb 28, 1718-9.

"Genealogy Dictionary of Rhode Island" by John Osborne Austin (copy in ibid) 1978 says he was not one of the original settles in 1661, but closely followed them, and early had a grant of land, having come from Newfoundland to teach the art of fishing to the people of New Shoreham, as the records of that town declare.

Harris' "Block Island Epitaphs" page 10, says that the grave of the elder Tristram is not marked.

Descendants of David Britain Dodge (John, Tristram) have carefully preserved records that say that the sons of Tristram followed him in 1667, and that they came from the north of England near the river Tweed. This statement is entitled to much consideration, as it is corroborated by many families scattered widely over the United States.

Tristram Dodge, Sr. was a Freeman May 4, 1664 and Sergeant, 1676. He was dead intestate in 1720 (?).

A new style gravestone on Block Island lists his life span as 1607-1683: Trustrum Dodge Senior, mariner, fisherman, town Sergeant, wife Ann, Children: John, Trustrum, William, Israel, Margaret, Ann. (Not known if Tristam had two wives? Margaret, died in England? Ann is mentioned as wife above on marker. Also, see notes on daughter Margaret for more information on daughter Ann.)Came from England, county of Northumberland, near the river Tweed. One paper says Tristram and his three sons chartered a sailing vessel in 1643 and brought cattle and necessities for farming with them. They purchased one third of Block Island, R.I. and settled there. Another says Tristram sailed from Tawnton, Mass., with fifteen original settlers to Block Island. There are Dodges in the cemetery there.

[Marge Albee letter, 1974:] The face on the monument in the old cemetery (at Block Island, RI) says "Tristram Dodge (1607-58), Mariner, Fisherman, Town Sergeant, Original Settler, Block Island 1661. Born in England. His wife - Ann Dodge. Their children John, Tristram, William, Israel, Margaret, Ann."

Children of Tristram Dodge and Margaret Leonard are:

i. William Dodge48,49, married Sarah George
Notes for William Dodge:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Made Freeman, along with his three brothers, in July 1670.


ii. John Dodge50, born 164451; died 172951; married Mary Gardiner 167651
Notes for John Dodge:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Made Freeman, along with his three brothers, in July 1670.


Notes for Mary Gardiner:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] In the "Genealogy Dictionary of Rhode Island" by John Osborne Austin (copy with Sue George material) it says Mary Enos or Mary Iunis.


128 iii. Israel Dodge, born Abt. 1649 in England; died Abt. 1728 in North Parish (Montville), New London, Connecticut; married Hannah

iv. Tristam Dodge52,53, born 164753; died August 18, 173353; married Dorcas Dickens January 07, 1679/8053; born 1664; died February 18, 1736/37.


Notes for Tristam Dodge:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Made Freeman, along with his three brothers, in July 1670. His slate gravestone is in the ancient burial ground at Block Island.
v. Margaret Dodge54,55, died Aft. 1723; married John Rathbone January 10, 1687/88; born 163455; died 1723.
Notes for Margaret Dodge:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] We have no record of her except that given by John C. Cooley of Oswego, New York in his "Rathbone Genealogy" (1898). He says John Rathbone (John,Richard) b about 1634, married Margaret Dodge, daughter of Trustarum Dodge. There is also an "Ann Dodge" given as a daughter of Tristram, Sr. in Austin's Gen. Dic., p 66. In view of the above record in the Rathbone Gen. this statement would seem to be an error. New Shoreham records say Ann Dodge m. Nov 11,1686, John Rathbone, Jr., d 1723, son of John, d.1702 and Margaret Rathbone. The Rathbone Gen. says Ann was second wife and adds that her father settled on Block Island in 1662 and d. 1723 but fails to mention his name. The Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island by Austin says Ann m. Jan 10,1688, to John Rathbone (son of John and Margaret Rathbone) d1723+. Could Ann have married her own nephew? (Tom Davidson comment: more likely Ann and Margaret are the same person.) In the Genealogy Dictionary of Rhode Island by John Osborne Austin (copy with Sue George material) it also states that "Ann" was the daughter of Tristram Dodge who married John Rathbone. Since her mother's name was also Margaret, she may have taken Ann for convenience..



Generation No. 10
512. John Dodge55, born 160055. He was the son of 1024. Isaac Dodge.

Child of John Dodge is:

256 i. Tristram Dodge, born 1621 in England; died 1683 in Block Island, Rhode Island; married (1) Margaret Leonard; married (2) Ann?
514. James Leonard He was the son of 1028. Thomas Leonard.
Notes for James Leonard:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] of Taunton, Massachusetts. He and his brother Henry erected the first forge in the Plymouth Colony.

Child of James Leonard is:

257 i. Margaret Leonard, married Tristram Dodge

Generation No. 11
1024. Isaac Dodge57, born 157457. He was the son of 2048. Oliver Dodge.

Child of Isaac Dodge is:

512 i. John Dodge, born 1600.
1028. Thomas Leonard He was the son of 2056. Henry Lennard and 2057. Lady Anne.
Notes for Thomas Leonard:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] of Pontipool, Wales.

Children of Thomas Leonard are:

514 i. James Leonard

ii. Henry Leonard60,61



Generation No. 12
2048. Oliver Dodge61, born 153161. He was the son of 4096. Michiel Dodge.

Child of Oliver Dodge is:

1024 i. Isaac Dodge, born 1574.
2056. Henry Lennard62,63, died 163063. He was the son of 4112. Sir Henry Lennard and 4113. Lady Chrysogna. He married 2057. Lady Anne.

2057. Lady Anne She was the daughter of 4114. Sir Arthury Throckmorton.


Notes for Henry Lennard:

[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Youngest brother of the 13th Baron Dacre, of the South, seated at Chevening.

Children of Henry Lennard and Anne are:

1028 i. Thomas Leonard

ii. Francis Leonard, Lord Dacre63

Generation No. 13
4096. Michiel Dodge63, born 148263. He was the son of 8192. William Dodge.

Child of Michiel Dodge is:

2048 i. Oliver Dodge, born 1531.
4112. Sir Henry Lennard63, died 161663. He was the son of 8224. Sampson Lennard and 8225. Lady Margaret Fienes. He married 4113. Lady Chrysogna.

4113. Lady Chrysogna She was the daughter of 8226. Sir Robert Baker.


Notes for Sir Henry Lennard:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] 12th Baron Dacre

Child of Henry Lennard and Chrysogna is:

2056 i. Henry Lennard, died 1630; married Lady Anne
4114. Sir Arthury Throckmorton
Notes for Sir Arthury Throckmorton:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Of Paulers Perry, Northamptonshire.

Child of Sir Arthury Throckmorton is:

2057 i. Lady Anne, married (1) Henry Lennard; married (2) Sir Peter Temple

Generation No. 14
8192. William Dodge63, born 144063. He was the son of 16384. William Dodge.

Child of William Dodge is:

4096 i. Michiel Dodge, born 1482.
8224. Sampson Lennard He was the son of 16448. John Lennard and 16449. Elizabeth Harman. He married 8225. Lady Margaret Fienes.

8225. Lady Margaret Fienes64,65, died 161165. She was the daughter of 16450. Thomas Fienes and 16451. Lady Mary Neville.


Notes for Sampson Lennard:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Became 11th Baron Dacre in 1604 upon marriage to the Baroness Dacre. Member of Parliament for Sussex 1614.
Notes for Lady Margaret Fienes:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Became Baroness Dacre upon death of her brother, Gregory. When she married Sampson Lennard, he became 11th Baron Dacre.

Child of Sampson Lennard and Margaret Fienes is:

4112 i. Sir Henry Lennard, died 1616; married Lady Chrysogna
8226. Sir Robert Baker
Notes for Sir Robert Baker:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] of Sissenghurst, Kent.

Child of Sir Robert Baker is:

4113 i. Lady Chrysogna, married Sir Henry Lennard

Generation No. 15
16384. William Dodge65, born 142165. He was the son of 32768. William Dodge.

Child of William Dodge is:

8192 i. William Dodge, born 1440.
16448. John Lennard He married 16449. Elizabeth Harman.

16449. Elizabeth Harman


Notes for John Lennard:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Of Chevening, Kent.
Notes for Elizabeth Harman:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Of Crayford, Kent.

Child of John Lennard and Elizabeth Harman is:

8224 i. Sampson Lennard, married Lady Margaret Fienes
16450. Thomas Fienes65, died 154165. He was the son of 32900. Sir Thomas Finnes and 32901. Lady Anne Bouchier. He married 16451. Lady Mary Neville.

16451. Lady Mary Neville She was the daughter of 32902. George Neville.


Notes for Thomas Fienes:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] 9th Baron Dacre of the South. Executed for murder in 1541, when his honors were forfeited.

Children of Thomas Fienes and Mary Neville are:

8225 i. Lady Margaret Fienes, died 1611; married Sampson Lennard

ii. Gregory Fienes66,67


Notes for Gregory Fienes:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] 10th Baron Dacre. Was restored in blood and honors as Baron Decre but died without issue..

Generation No. 16
32768. William Dodge67, born 138667. He was the son of 65536. Robert Dodge.

Child of William Dodge is:

16384 i. William Dodge, born 1421.
32900. Sir Thomas Finnes68,69, died 153469. He was the son of 65800. John Fynes. He married 32901. Lady Anne Bouchier.

32901. Lady Anne Bouchier She was the daughter of 65802. Sir Humphrey Bouchier.


Notes for Sir Thomas Finnes:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] K.B., 8th Lord Dacre.

Child of Thomas Finnes and Anne Bouchier is:

16450 i. Thomas Fienes, died 1541; married Lady Mary Neville
32902. George Neville
Notes for George Neville:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Was Lord Abergavenny.

Child of George Neville is:

16451 i. Lady Mary Neville, married Thomas Fienes

Generation No. 17
65536. Robert Dodge69, born 135269. He was the son of 131072. Ralph Dodge.

Child of Robert Dodge is:

32768 i. William Dodge, born 1386.
65800. John Fynes He was the son of 131600. Sir Richard Fynes and 131601. Lady Joane Dacres.
Notes for John Fynes:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Died before his father.

Child of John Fynes is:

32900 i. Sir Thomas Finnes, died 1534; married Lady Anne Bouchier
65802. Sir Humphrey Bouchier
Notes for Sir Humphrey Bouchier:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Was a knight.

Child of Sir Humphrey Bouchier is:

32901 i. Lady Anne Bouchier, married Sir Thomas Finnes

Generation No. 18
131072. Ralph Dodge69, born Abt. 131069. He was the son of 262144. George Dodge.

Child of Ralph Dodge is:

65536 i. Robert Dodge, born 1352.
131600. Sir Richard Fynes69, died 148469. He was the son of 263200. Sir Roger Fynes. He married 131601. Lady Joane Dacres.

131601. Lady Joane Dacres She was the daughter of 263202. The Honorable Thomas deDacre and 263203. Elizabeth Bowers.


Notes for Sir Richard Fynes:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Or Fienes. Was Baron Fienes and in right of his wife was summoned to Parliament as Lord Dacre. 1459-1482 was Constable of the Tower, Lord Chamberlain to King Edward IV.
Notes for Lady Joane Dacres:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Was Baroness Dacres.

Child of Richard Fynes and Joane Dacres is:

65800 i. John Fynes

Generation No. 19
262144. George Dodge69, born Abt. 128069. He was the son of 524288. Peter Dodge.

Child of George Dodge is:

131072 i. Ralph Dodge, born Abt. 1310.
263200. Sir Roger Fynes He was the son of 526400. Sir William Fynes.

Child of Sir Roger Fynes is:

131600 i. Sir Richard Fynes, died 1484; married Lady Joane Dacres
263202. The Honorable Thomas deDacre He was the son of 526404. Thomas deDacre and 526405. Lady Phillpa Neville. He married 263203. Elizabeth Bowers.

263203. Elizabeth Bowers She was the daughter of 526406. Richard Bowers.


Notes for The Honorable Thomas deDacre:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Died before his father.

Child of Thomas deDacre and Elizabeth Bowers is:

131601 i. Lady Joane Dacres, married Sir Richard Fynes

Generation No. 20
524288. Peter Dodge73, born Abt. 125073.
Notes for Peter Dodge:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Ancestors of Peter were Dogge, Doggeson, Dodson, and others. Peter was the first to spell his name Dodge. He was granted the Dodge arms by King Edward I on April 8th, 1273. This is registered in the College of Arms, London, England. One branch in England spell their name Daidge. They have the same Arms.

Child of Peter Dodge is:

262144 i. George Dodge, born Abt. 1280.
526400. Sir William Fynes He was the son of 1052800. Sir William Fynes and 1052801. Lady Joan deSay.
Notes for Sir William Fynes:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Was sheriff of Surrey and Sussex 1297.

Child of Sir William Fynes is:

263200 i. Sir Roger Fynes
526404. Thomas deDacre He married 526405. Lady Phillpa Neville.

526405. Lady Phillpa Neville73, born 145773. She was the daughter of 1052810. Sir Ralph and 1052811. Lady Margaret deStafford.


Notes for Thomas deDacre:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Was 5th Baron Dacre of Gillesland.

Child of Thomas deDacre and Phillpa Neville is:

263202 i. The Honorable Thomas deDacre, married Elizabeth Bowers
526406. Richard Bowers

Child of Richard Bowers is:

263203 i. Elizabeth Bowers, married The Honorable Thomas deDacre

Generation No. 21
1052800. Sir William Fynes He married 1052801. Lady Joan deSay.

1052801. Lady Joan deSay She was the daughter of 2105602. Admiral Sir Geoffrey deSay.

Child of William Fynes and Joan deSay is:

526400 i. Sir William Fynes


1052810. Sir Ralph He married 1052811. Lady Margaret deStafford.

1052811. Lady Margaret deStafford75, died 142575. She was the daughter of 2105622. Hugh deStafford and 2105623. Lady Phillipa deBeauchamp.


Notes for Sir Ralph:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] K.G., 4th Baron Neville of Raby, Earl Marshall of England. Created 1399 Earl of Westmoreland.

Child of Ralph and Margaret deStafford is:

526405 i. Lady Phillpa Neville, born 1457; married Thomas deDacre

Generation No. 22
2105602. Admiral Sir Geoffrey deSay

Child of Admiral Sir Geoffrey deSay is:

1052801 i. Lady Joan deSay, married Sir William Fynes
2105622. Hugh deStafford77, died 138677. He was the son of 4211244. Sir Ralph deStafford and 4211245. Lady Margaret d'Audley. He married 2105623. Lady Phillipa deBeauchamp.

2105623. Lady Phillipa deBeauchamp77, died 136977. She was the daughter of 4211246. Sir Henry deBeauchamp.


Notes for Hugh deStafford:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Was 2nd Earl of Stafford.

Child of Hugh deStafford and Phillipa deBeauchamp is:

1052811 i. Lady Margaret deStafford, died 1425; married Sir Ralph

Generation No. 23
4211244. Sir Ralph deStafford77, died 136977. He married 4211245. Lady Margaret d'Audley.

4211245. Lady Margaret d'Audley She was the daughter of 8422490. Hugh and 8422491. Lady Margaret deClare.


Notes for Sir Ralph deStafford:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] K.G. Was 2nd Baron Stafford. Created 1351 Earl of Stafford.

Child of Ralph deStafford and Margaret d'Audley is:

2105622 i. Hugh deStafford, died 1386; married Lady Phillipa deBeauchamp
4211246. Sir Henry deBeauchamp
Notes for Sir Henry deBeauchamp:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Was 3rd Earl of Warwick, one of the origianl Knights of the Garter.

Child of Sir Henry deBeauchamp is:

2105623 i. Lady Phillipa deBeauchamp, died 1369; married Hugh deStafford

Generation No. 24
8422490. Hugh He married 8422491. Lady Margaret deClare.

8422491. Lady Margaret deClare78,79, died 134779. She was the daughter of 16844982. Glibert deClare and 16844983. Princess Joan D'Arce.


Notes for Hugh:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Was Baron d'Audley, created 1337 Earl of Gloucester.
Notes for Lady Margaret deClare:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Her brother was the last Earl of Clare.

Child of Hugh and Margaret deClare is:

4211245 i. Lady Margaret d'Audley, married Sir Ralph deStafford

Generation No. 25
16844982. Glibert deClare He married 16844983. Princess Joan D'Arce.

16844983. Princess Joan D'Arce79, died 130779. She was the daughter of 33689966. King of England Edward I and 33689967. Eleanor of Castille.


Notes for Glibert deClare:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Was 9th Earl of Clare.

Child of Glibert deClare and Joan D'Arce is:

8422491 i. Lady Margaret deClare, died 1347; married (1) Hugh; married (2) Piers Gaveston

Generation No. 26
33689966. King of England Edward I79, born 123979. He was the son of 67379932. King of England Henry III and 67379933. Eleanor. He married 33689967. Eleanor of Castille.

33689967. Eleanor of Castille

Child of Edward and Eleanor Castille is:

16844983 i. Princess Joan D'Arce, died 1307; married (1) Glibert deClare; married (2) husband2; married (3) husband3



Generation No. 27
67379932. King of England Henry III79, born 111679. He was the son of 134759864. King of England John and 134759865. Eleanor of Guienne. He married 67379933. Eleanor.

67379933. Eleanor


Notes for Eleanor:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Was daughter of the Count of Provence.

Child of Henry and Eleanor is:

33689966 i. King of England Edward I, born 1239; married Eleanor of Castille

Generation No. 28
134759864. King of England John79, born 111679. He was the son of 269519728. King of England Henry II and 269519729. Eleanor of Aquitaine. He married 134759865. Eleanor of Guienne.

134759865. Eleanor of Guienne

Child of John and Eleanor Guienne is:

67379932 i. King of England Henry III, born 1116; married Eleanor



Generation No. 29
269519728. King of England Henry II79, born 113379. He was the son of 539039456. Geoffrey of Anjou and 539039457. Maud. He married 269519729. Eleanor of Aquitaine.

269519729. Eleanor of Aquitaine

Child of Henry and Eleanor Aquitaine is:

134759864 i. King of England John, born 1116; married Eleanor of Guienne



Generation No. 30
539039456. Geoffrey of Anjou He married 539039457. Maud.

539039457. Maud She was the daughter of 1078078914. King of England Henry I and 1078078915. Matilda the Good.

Child of Geoffrey Anjou and Maud is:

269519728 i. King of England Henry II, born 1133; married Eleanor of Aquitaine



Generation No. 31
1078078914. King of England Henry I79, born 106879. He was the son of 2156157828. King of England William I. He married 1078078915. Matilda the Good.

1078078915. Matilda the Good


Notes for Matilda the Good:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] Was daughter of the King of Scotland.

Child of Henry and Matilda Good is:

539039457 i. Maud, married Geoffrey of Anjou

Generation No. 32
2156157828. King of England William I79, born 102779. He was the son of 4312315656. Duke of Normandy Robert.
Notes for King of England William I:

[Dodge.FTW]


[Dodge Family Records by Sue George, 1995>] aka William the Conquerer.

Child of King of England William I is:

1078078914 i. King of England Henry I, born 1068; married Matilda the Good

Generation No. 33
4312315656. Duke of Normandy Robert

Child of Duke of Normandy Robert is:

2156157828 i. King of England William I, born 1027.

Endnotes
1. George, Susan, genealogy records.

2. Dodge.FTW, Date of Import: Sep 6, 1999.

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6. Dodge.FTW, Date of Import: Sep 6, 1999.

7. Baker, Dorothy Staudt letter 25 Sept 1980.

8. Wahlberg, Grace, correspondence.

9. Baker, Dorothy Staudt letter 25 Sept 1980.

10. Wahlberg, Grace, correspondence.

11. Baker, Dorothy Staudt letter 25 Sept 1980.

12. George, Susan, genealogy records.

13. Dodge.FTW, Date of Import: Sep 6, 1999.

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18. Baker, Dorothy Staudt letter 25 Sept 1980.

19. Wahlberg, Grace, correspondence.

20. Baker, Dorothy Staudt letter 25 Sept 1980.

21. Wahlberg, Grace, correspondence.

22. Baker, Dorothy Staudt letter 25 Sept 1980.

23. Baker, Dorothy, 2002 summary sheet.

24. George, Susan, genealogy records.

25. Dodge.FTW, Date of Import: Sep 6, 1999.

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