|Norman Dodge (#46853609)|
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I am a Retired Electrical Engineer from Seattle City Light. I live near Lacey Washington. I do Dodge ancestry. I am the Present President of the Dodge Family Association and one of the volunteer genealogists.|
I will transfer Memorials on request. firstname.lastname@example.org
Visiting Highland Cemetery in Newburyport, Massachusetts
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Cheshire, Dale & Patti, Dan Driscoll, ForgetMeNot, John Glassford, John Glassford, Katherine White, Kathy, Larry Wert, Linda Walls, Mom, Stephen Kronber..., Tenalquot
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|Lin||Mary and Charles Dodge|
Yes, I take photos of all of the memorials I post. It takes me awhile to add photos but I have added Charles and Mary Dodge's photo tonight.
Added by Lin on Jan 18, 2017 11:25 PM
It was my pleasure!
Added by Wanda on Jan 18, 2017 10:49 AM
|Melissa Diaz||RE: Find A Grave Memorial # 52599199|
Hi Norman, yes the cemetery office gave me a list of all the people in that lot and John Cash was listed there but not on the Stone. There were 6 people buried in the lot and only 3 names on the Stone.
|kateb||Parker Dodge edit|
Someone previously sent me an edit for the death location as being Netherlands. Would you happen to have any supporting evidence? The Tablets of the Missing are in Hawaii, but that does not mean the death was in Hawaii. Waiting to hear from you. :-)
Added by kateb on Jan 10, 2017 4:25 PM
|Janet Muff||Hannah E. Dodge|
Dear Norman, I'm going to decline the edit for this birth date because it's my "policy" to stick to whatever's on the memorial. Otherwise, people create duplicates and things get very confusing.
Thanks for understanding,
|P & S Christol||RE: Find A Grave # 104315580|
You are very welcome
|Country Mouse||RE: Wilson in Rocklawn Cem. Marlboro, MA.|
All set. That side of the Dodge/Wilson stone faces north and with its glossy surface it was hard to read.
Maybe in the summer, when the sun is higher, I can get a better shot.
Happy Holidays, Gail
|DGB||RE: Pyam Dodge|
Hi. Norman. The evidence I have is that Pyam Jr. died in Salem on 2 Mar 1829 at age 30, poor fellow (Boston Traveller); while this tomb is dated 1830. In every other case I've seen, the tomb is purchased at death or usually much earlier.
Capt. Pyam Dodge died in Salem on 22 Jun 1856 at age 82 (Salem Register). He was old enough, and seemingly rich enough, to buy a tomb in 1830 (age about 56). Maybe he moved his son's body there, but I see no evidence of it?
Mrs. Love Dodge died in 1811 so that was before the tomb was purchased.
(I'm the guy that found Joshua and Hannah Dodge's graves at Howard Street for you, and sent you that notice about that big Dodge birthday party (or whatever, I forget now). Hope all is well.)
So, I suspect the father. Do you otherwise have a grave for him elsewhere?
Added by DGB on Dec 17, 2016 9:15 AM
Hi Norman, you left a couple suggestions for the grave at Howard Street, Salem. I'm concerned that the grave might be for the father, not the son. Do you have any evidence at to why we can be certain this is the son's tomb? Thanks. -David
Added by DGB on Dec 16, 2016 4:36 PM
|Clytie Somers||Laura Currier|
would you like transfer of management? Clytie
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