Genealogy of the Dodge Family of Essex County, Mass. 1629-1894
William Dodge (ca.1604-1685/1692), a son of John and Margery Dodge, emigrated in 1629 from Somersetshire, England to Salem, Massachusetts. Richard Dodge (ca.1602-1671), a brother of William, emigrated during or before 1638. Descendants and relatives lived in New England, New York, Ohio, Illinois, Missouri and elsewhere.
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Page 16 - Dodge Row" in North Beverly, not far east of Wenham Lake. The house he built stood probably where Mr. Lucius B. Dodge lately lived very near the present north line of Beverly, or possibly where Mr. HW Dodge now lives, a few rods farther east.
Page 9 - ... and 26th of November, 1638, the undivided half of eighty acres more, the other half being granted to his brother William. This last tract was on the east end of Conant's, John Woodberry's and John Balch's farms, whereof twelve acres were meadow. The 3d of December, 1641, the town granted to Richard forty acres more, making ninety in all. He was received into the church at Salem, 5th May, 1644. In 1667 he was one of the founders of the First Church, now of Beverly. Richard died in Beverly 15th...
Page 9 - Richard for a short time lived on land belonging to his brother. He was received as an inhabitant 29th October, 1638, was granted by the town of Salem, 12th November, 1638, ten acres of land, and 26th of November, 1638, the undivided half of eighty acres more, the other half being granted to his brother William. This last tract was on the east end of Conanl's.