|Death: ||Jun. 15, 1671|
Son of John and Margery Dodge born between 1600 and 1602; Married in England to Edith (maiden name uncertain, but may be Brayne - see her tribute on her name questions); Some of their children were born in England before the couple immigrated to America's Massachusetts Bay Colony.
They received an 80 acre land grant disposed by the village of Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts in the area adjacent to Beverly, Essex County, Massachusetts in 1638;
He was a farmer as were many in that inland area away from the Salem waterfront and village.
As an original Dodge owner of the land which became "Dodges Row Cemetery," this family cemetery is on Dodge family land of his lifetime, although his burial site is not here. A headstone tribute was placed for him in 1962.
Sources/Credits: cemetery markers list online 2009; ancestry.com cemetery memorial marker photo by Karen Dankar, July 2010; Notice that Richard's headstone does not mark his grave, but memorializes him only, from Norman Dodge 11/2011; Joseph Thompson Dodge, "The Dodge Family of Essex County, Mass", New England Historical and Genealogical Register Volume 45, p. 383 (Oct. 1892).
John Dodge (1574 - 1635)
Margery ? Dodge (1580 - 1635)
Edith Brayne Dodge (1603 - 1677)
Richard Dodge (1628 - 1628)*
Richard Dodge (1642 - 1705)*
Sarah Dodge Woodbury (1644 - 1726)*
Joseph Dodge (1651 - 1716)*
Richard Dodge (1602 - 1671)
William Dodge (1604 - 1685)*
Dodge Row Cemetery
GPS (lat/lon): 42.589, 70.869
Created by: L Pritchett
Record added: Sep 06, 2009
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Rest in peace, my 9th great grandfather, John Dodge, Sr.|
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Keeping my 9th great grandfather in memory.|
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