|Birth: ||Jul. 11, 1794|
New Hampshire, USA
|Death: ||May 4, 1837|
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Bio from a Free Baptist Cyclopedia, pub. 1889, by Burgess and Ward.
"Rev. Edward E. Dodge, brother of Rev. Asa Dodge, was born in New Hampshire in 1794. Converted in 1812, he was baptized by Rev. Joshua Quinby, and united with the Free Baptist church at Lisbon, N.H. He soon after began to conduct meetings. About 1819 he removed to Dryden N.Y., near the head of Lake Cayuga, and united heartily with Rev. John Gould, the only Free Baptist preacher in the great state, in breaking to the people the bread of life.
In 1821, after two years of successful labor, he attended the Vermont Yearly Meeting held at Turnbridge, and was there ordained.
He returned to labor with Gould and to organize churches at Berkshire, Candor, aand Owego, and Choconut in Pennsylvania. On May 27, 1820, they met in conference and organized the Owego Quarterly Meeting, consisting then of an isolated band of one hundred and sixty brethren. He was untiring in his labors in the revival of 1825 in that region. Sustained richly in his sickness, he died surrounded by friends at his home in Warren, Bradford Co. PA, May 4, 1837, age 43 years."
His parents were Asa and Sarah Edson DODGE. (see NH birth records).
(Edward was one of four brothers who were Free Will Baptist ministers: Revs. Asa; Gurley, and Calvin Dodge.)
Sarah Edson Dodge (1772 - 1821)
Asa Dodge (1829 - 1884)*
Edward Edson Dodge (1794 - 1837)
Gurley Dodge (1809 - 1835)*
Calvin Dodge (1814 - 1882)*
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Record added: Jun 24, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 54079991
An early Freewill Baptist minister from New Hampshire.Rest in peace.|
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Added: Feb. 13, 2013