|C. Eileen Dodge (#47156099)|
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|M K||RE: Lorenzo Israel Dodge|
You are welcome!
Just trying to help others looking for their families, etc.
Added by M K on Oct 18, 2014 7:29 AM
|Gravehunter1963||RE: Gladys Marie (Bishop) Dodge|
i did make one change to her info....i found records online that indicate her mothers maiden name is robertson not robinson
One is a cenotaph as noted.Both in different cemeteries.
Added by ditdit on Jun 27, 2014 12:30 PM
|K McCarthy||Orlina Dodge|
Is the Orlina Dodge buried in Johnstown cemetery, Rock County, WI your family?
I made your addition requested and also added some research. I would be more than happy to transfer the memorial if this is your family. Let me know.
|Homer Thiel||Harriet (Dodge) Stevens|
Hi Eileen, I transferred management to you, I am not related to Harriet. Homer
|Mary John||Josiah T Dodge|
Thank You for bringing to my attention what appears to be my mistake. I will delete my memorial for Josiah Dodge. The back ground on the other memorial for the picture tells me that the cemetery is in Hanover and not Merrimack. I traveled around and took some photos for the Dodge family for someone else.
|Alan Wismer||Hezekiah Dodge|
Hi C. Eileen Dodge,
Thanks for your recent message to me that Hezekiah Dodge was the son of Frederick and Elizabeth (Corbin) Dodge.
How did you get that information? Are you related to Hezekiah Dodge? If so, how? I am a 2nd-Great Grandson of his, and I live in Lake Odessa, Michigan. A distant cousin and I have found TWO Frederick Dodge's in the census records from New York and do not know which one was Hezekiah's father.
Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated. My email address is email@example.com and my phone number is 616-262-9444.
Lake Odessa, Michigan
|Susan||erroneous death dates, dodge stone|
I just added some clearer pictures of some Dodge stones in Pawling. On two of the findagrave listings, the death dates are wrong.
Benjamin Dodge (27761551), son of Daniel & Elizabeth, died Jan 15, 1842, age 6 years, 11 months, 24 days.
Daniel ( 27761631), son of Daniel & Elizabeth, died Feb 19, 1843, age 2 months.
The dates on the findagrave listing are presently Feb 10, 1843 for Benjamin and 1827 for Daniel.
The death dates are actually above each child's name, which is unusual.
I wrote to the manager of the pages to change the dates, but I thought I'd let you know, in case they're also wrong in your records.
Added by Susan on May 05, 2013 11:06 AM
|Susan||a couple more transfers|
Just added pictures to Dr Francis Robinson and wife Henrietta Dodge. Also added their son Edwin Dodge & his wife. Am going to transfer Edwin & wife to you
Added by Susan on May 02, 2013 9:00 PM
|Susan||me and my little trowel|
I decided to go back to the cemetery today, just me, a pair of gardening gloves, and my little trowel. And I dug up the hidden part of Annie Dodge's stone. She was the wife of Charles Gardner.
Since you have no record of Annie, I thought I'd pass on the following information. She is buried in what appears to be a family group, paces from the family group of Archibald Dodge.
The first stone on the left is John H Cook (1816-1898), buried right next to Annie Dodge, wife of Charles Gardner. Next to Annie is the matching fallen stone. Between them, but a few inches behind, is the infant son of John H & Lydia D Cook. To the right of the fallen stone is Dodge Gardner, (1859-1925)
I looked them up in the censuses.
In 1860, Dodge is with an intact family. They lived in Pawling (on the censuses as Gardiner). In the household is Charles, age 25, Anne E, age 21, Dodge, age 1, and William Dodge, age 23. I put in a correction for the spelling of Gardner.
Dodge is on the 1870 census twice.
First in Beekman, with Charles, age 35; Sarah age 30; Dodge, age 10; Annie E, age 3; Isaac, age 2
Second in Beekman with John H Cook, 55; Lydia Cook, 56; Dodge, 10 [surname spelled Gardnier]
In 1880 he's still with John Cook, now a widower, and is described as his nephew
In 1892, he's the head of house, with John Cook in the household. The NYS 1892 census doesn't give relationships
In 1900 and 1910, he's with John Gardner, 46, a bunch of other Gardners, and is described as John's nephew, although he's only a few years younger.
In 1920, he's a boarder in a household. He died in 1925, but so far I haven't found an obituary on him.
My theory (and of course it's only a theory), is that John Cook's wife, Lydia D, may have been a Dodge, the sister of Annie E Dodge Gardner. That would make Dodge Gardner John Cook's nephew by marriage. The William Dodge with them in 1860 could be a brother.
Given that Charles Gardner remarried and had another family, I'm wondering who's stone that is next to Annie. It's way too big to try to lift. Maybe it's Lydia? Maybe it's a complete stranger?
Anyway, thought I'd pass this all on to you. I'm going to enter Annie in the database. Would you like me to transfer her and/or Dodge Gardner to you?
Added by Susan on Apr 30, 2013 6:15 PM
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