|Birth: ||Dec. 26, 1786|
City of London
Greater London, England
|Death: ||May 24, 1854|
Son of Michael Dottridge and Elizabeth Athill of England.
Samuel was from an industrious family in London, England known for its land holdings, lumber works, carpentry and large funeral business.
Samuel came to Cape Cod, Massachusetts in 1805 and apprenticed as a carpenter to John Brewster in Brewster, MA. In 1807 at age 21, he began his own carpentry business building homes.
He married Abigail (Kilby) Chase on 5 June 1808 in Harwich, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Thomas Kilby and Anna Wixom an Old Cape Cod family from Brewster, Massachusetts.
Samuel became a founding father of Cotuit, a carpenter with interests in the salt works industry and schooners.
Read more about the Dottridge family here:
Samuel and Abigail had 5 children:
1) Abigail Cook Dottridge Nickerson
2) John Dottridge
3) Elizabeth A Dottridge Ewer
4) Samuel Kilby Dottridge
5) Anne Dottridge Adams
Plus two children from Abigail's first marriage.
After Abigail's death, Samuel married Susan Allen.
Samuel's headstone is a Quaker headstone, with the information written across the top, rather than the side.
Samuel's well built home is now the Cotuit Historical Society Museum. http://www.cotuithistoricalsociety.org/museums.html
Michael Dottridge (1746 - 1818)
Abigail Kilby Dottridge (1777 - 1848)*
Susan H. Allen Dottridge (1786 - 1875)*
Anne Dottridge Adams (1809 - 1882)*
Samuel Kilby Dottridge (1811 - 1854)*
Elisabeth A Dottridge Ewer (1814 - 1851)*
John Dottridge (1816 - 1889)*
Abigail Cook Dottridge Nickerson (1818 - 1861)*
John Dottridge (1781 - 1843)*
Samuel Benjamin Dottridge (1786 - 1854)
Maintained by: Susan Barbara
Originally Created by: Beth Ivie-Allen
Record added: Apr 18, 2013
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