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History of the town of Sutton, Massachusetts, from 1704 to 1876, including Grafton until 1735, Millbury until 1813, and parts of Northbridge, Upton and Auburn

History of the town of Sutton, Massachusetts, from 1704 to 1876, including Grafton until 1735, Millbury until 1813, and parts of Northbridge, Upton and Auburn

Source : Internet Archive

History of the town of Sutton, Massachusetts, from 1704 to 1876, including Grafton until 1735, Millbury until 1813, and parts of Northbridge, Upton and Auburn

History of the town of Sutton, Massachusetts, from 1704 to 1876, including Grafton until 1735, Millbury until 1813, and parts of Northbridge, Upton and Auburn

Source : Internet Archive

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Joseph Dudley, Esqr., Captain General and Governor In Chief In and over her Majesties Province


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therefore that I, the said Joseph Dudley, Esqr., Governor, agreeable to the above recieved order passed by Ihe Council and


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Paul Dudley of Boston aforesaid Esqr., .John Jackson of said Boston, housewriglit, Mary Conner and


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Testimony AYhereof I the said Joseph Dudley, Esqr., Governor have signed these presents and caused the Publiek seal of the


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Paul Dudley, John Jackson, Mary Connor, Elizabeth Pittom, Edward Pratt, and Eli/abeth Wilson, their hoi


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" Voated y't mr Samuel Dudley, mr John Whiple, mi-Timothy Carter, mr Robert Goderd, mr Johiiathan Kiney, mr william


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ye fore Sect Samuel Dudley Squr Capt. King, Leut. Benjamin Marsh, John Perham, Nathaniel Dike, John Singletary, William


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Samuel Dudley Johnathan Marsh .


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Singletary, Thomas Nichols, Francis Dudley, David Dudley, Johnathan Dudley, petitioned the town of Sutton for permission "to erect and bild


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Kenney, Richard Singletary, Thomas Nichols, Francis Dudley, David Dudley, Johnathan Dudley, petitioned the town of Sutton for permission "to erect


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Harwood, Doctor Benja. Morse, Mr. Abel Dudley, Mr. Moses Bancroft and Mr. Josiah Goddard a Committee of Correspondence, Inspection and


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Greenwood, John Waters Abel Dudley, John Dudley and Benja. Hicks to procure the men." The Town voted to make up


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.James Greenwood, John Waters Abel Dudley, John Dudley and Benja. Hicks to procure the men." The Town voted to


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March 3d. Chose Aaron Elliot, Abel Dudley and Moses Hovey a Committee of Correspondence, Inspection and Safety for the present


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Peter Dudley a Committee to establish the line between the towns of Millbury and Sutton


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now lives was built by Jonathan Dudley, jr., in 1826. Sold to Col. Reuben Waters who lived here several years


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farm to several different ones, Jonathan Dudley, jr., Larned Marcy and others. Marcy died there. After the death of Mr.


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Jonathan Dudley, jr., bought the strip of land between the two roads of Captain Hall,


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born July 7, 1827, married Ann E. Dudley, May 2.5, 1853.


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He married Susan Dudley and had two children, Edwin and Louise. Edwin was drowned. Louise married E.


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Elisha Fuller , then by William Dudley , next by Parley Putnam , then by Patrick Roach and now by


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March 2, 1828. He married Hannah Dudley. Their three sons, John, Nathan and Simeon were born here. He built a


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Hale, and his hostler was David Dudley, of whom mention has been made. John Safford, who married a Hayden and


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has since been owned by Jason Dudley, and is now owned by L. C. Howard. It has since been used


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King and N. G. King, Jason Dudley, and now by George S. King. Many other families have lived in this


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Craggin, August 29, 1817 , James Dudley, July 19,


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Hill. Mr. Hill married Miss Dorothy Dudley of Douglas. They had six children : Benjamin C., Emeliue, Frances Jane, Eliza


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a Davis , one married Silas Dudley, and lives in Mendon , one married Dr. Alden March, the celebrated surgeon


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Bigelow, then by Leonard and James Dudley, who sold to James Anderson , next owned by his son Edward. The


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his sou. Welcome Adams married Sally Dudley, daughter of Capt John.


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by Abner Batcheller, next by Joseph Dudley, next by Allen Cummings, next by Joshua Slocomb, next by Welcome Adams, now


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in the woods west of George Dudley's, where he lived several years. Two of his daughters were born there. He


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running from Millbury through Wilkinsonville. Samuel Dudley first


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to Freegrace, a greatRESIDENCE OF GEORGE DUDLEY.


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The Jonathan Dudley place was purchased by him about


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into the possession of Mr. Jason Dudley, who occupied it until his death, when it came into the possession of


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George Dudley, who now owns and occupies it.


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mill and all, to Captain David Dudley on that day. The mill then belonging to Captain Hall has been removed,


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first occupied the place where John Dudley now resides, next owned by John Dudley, son of Jonathan, next by Capt.


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Millbury was built by Capt. David Dudley, who married the only daughter of Peter Dudley. David was son of one


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married the only daughter of Peter Dudley. David was son of one known as " Fat David," who was son


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Woodbury's factory was built by Abel Dudley, and occupied several years by his unfortunate son David, known as " Lame


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first owned by his father, Jonathan Dudley. It was changed into a scythe shop by Captain David, who carried on


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place is now owned by John Dudley of New York, son of James, sou of John, son of John, son


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for many years as the Peter Dudley place. The house was built by his father, Jonathan Dudley, and all his


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was built by his father, Jonathan Dudley, and all his children were born there , his son John lived there,


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place was first owned by Samuel Dudley, who was succeeded by Samuel Chase, he by his son, Capt. March Chase,


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house in 1834. He married Adeline Dudley, daughter of Jonathan and Lydia, son of Jonathan, son of Samuel, the first


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Samuel Dudley was the forefather of the present Dudley family. He removed to Douglas, where


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widow, daughter of Lydia and Jonathan Dudley, still survives. He died here October 26, 1857, aged sixty-eight years and seven


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owned by I. B. Hartwell, Francis Dudley first settled , he was the son of Samuel, The present


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the village was built by Leonard Dudley, son of Captain John, in 1832. He was a stonecutter and one of


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1875. Since the death of Mr. Dudley the place has been owned by his brother John, and occupied for several


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it to its present form. Edward Dudley bought and sold to Mr. Hartwell.


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next house was built by Edward M. Dudley, son of Capt. John and Deborah, in 1860, and has always been


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Dudley, son of D. T. James Dudley was a very fine man , he was engaged for several years in


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where Sullivan Newton now lives, David Dudley, twin brother to Jonathan, who settled on the **


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year. Since the death of Mr. Dudley this house has been let to many different families.


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who married a daughter of Samuel Dudley and moved on to the place where M. M. Hovey now lives. The


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is the beautiful residence of Abraham Dudley Chase, with his large, elegant and commodious barn.


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house was built by David Tyler Dudley in 1851, and is and has been occupied by himself. He is a


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Wait, Solomon Holman, James Leland, Samuel Dudley, John Page.


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of East Douglas, and Mr. Joseph Dudley of Northbridge, had mortgages on the personal property.


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Captain Hall sold to Captain David Dudley in 1813. Capt.


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Dudley, Charles Hale, Luther Woodbury and '


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partner is the son of David Dudley, Esq., and has been, since 1842, engaged in the shuttle business, with the


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" Joseph Wallis, 11-2 " Benjamin Dudley, 2 " The dam which originally furnished the water-power of number one mill,


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b. June 2, 1805, m. Silas Dudley, 1829, 6, James H., b. Dec. 1, 1809, m. 1st. 1841, Anna L.


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Feb. 7, 1827 , 6, John Dudley,


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b. Sept. 28, 1707, m. Mary Dudley, 2, Daniel, jr., b. Sept.


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], m. Mary, dau. of Samuel Dudley, Esq.


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one hundred pounds current money, Francis Dudley, Perez Rice, Samuel Barton, Samuel Chase and Benjamin Morse, purchased of Benjamin Gowing,


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He buried his wife, Mary Dudley, a very respectable woman, married a second wife, and died at a very


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Nov. 20, 1814. Ch. 1, Abraham Dudley, b. Feb. 24, 1817, 2, Nehemiah Bradlee, b. Feb. 26, 1821, 3, Mary


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], m. Mary Dudley, Nov. 20, 1814. Ch. 1, Abraham Dudley, b. Feb. 24, 1817, 2, Nehemiah


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1772, m. David Dudley, 3d, Nov. 6, 1791.


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), m. Adeline Dudley, Sept. 10,


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been a relative of Governor Thomas Dudley.


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The name of Samuel Dudley appears first upon the records, May 31, 1726, as the purchaser of land


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1784, m. David Dudley, Feb. 22, 1804, d. Mar. 7, 1851.


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1844, m. Charles J. Dudley, Mar. 20, 1878.


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), m. Phebe Dudley, Feb. 22,


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), m. Polly Dudley, - July 15, 1793. Ch. 1, Fanny, b. Sept. 5, 1793, 2, Harvey,


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), m. Lucy Dudley, Sept. 15, 1808, she d. May 28, 1817.


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b. Feb. 21, 1739, m. Hannah Dudley, Jan. 19, 1764, 4, Andrew, b. Dec. 9, 1743, 5, Aaron, b. July


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), m. Ann E. Dudley, May 25, 1853. Ch. 1, Florence Dudley, b. Apr. 5, 1863.


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May 25, 1853. Ch. 1, Florence Dudley, b. Apr. 5, 1863.


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b. Jan. 10, 1829, m. Edwin A. Dudley, 4, Sarah A., b. July 31, 1832, m. J. M. Wilcox, 5,


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hand-sled, and went after a Mrs. Dudley, living on the place now owned and occupied by Mr. Sullivan Newton, near


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b. May 9, 1748, m. Prudence Dudley, June 18, 1772, 10, Elizabeth, b. Apr. 26, 1750, m. Samuel Goddard of


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Nov. 5, 1788, m. 2d, Molly Dudley, Jan. 14, 1791, d. Oct.


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1767, m. Nov. 27, 1788, Jonathan Dudley, 5, Simon, b. Apr. 29, 1769, 6, Deborah, b. Mar. 15, 1771, m.


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1771, m. Feb. 28, 1792, John Dudley, 7, Hannah, b, July 10, 1774, 8, Peter, b. Feb. 15, 1776, 9,


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), m. Anna Dudley, Dec. 15, 1774.


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25, 1735, Abigail, daughter of Samuel Dudley, Esq. He died, according to Dr. Hall, April 2,


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b. July 25, 1748, m. John Dudley, Oct. 13, 1768, 4, Nathaniel Fry, b. Dec. 6, 1750, d. in 1828,


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m. Susan Dudley, July 1, 1840. Ch. 1, Louise, b. Aug. 2, 1846, m. E. Everett


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19, 1721, 4, Hannah, m. Jonathan Dudley, Esq., 5, Susannah, m. 1st, Timothy Holton, Feb. 24, 1742, m. 2d, John


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b. June 13, 1795, m. Patty Dudley, Nov. 28, 1815, 5, Delia, b. May 12,


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b. Nov. 26, 1773, m. Samuel Dudley, Feb. 15, 1795, 3, Mehitable, b. Apr. 25, 1775, m. Capt. Samuel Marble,


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Archelaus, b. 1762 , m. Hannah Dudley, Oct. 11, 1789, moved to Thompson, Ct.


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b. May 4, 1767, m. David Dudley, Nov. 17, 1789, 7, Joel, b. May 31, 1774, went with Noah, 8,


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b. Feb. 3, 1790, m. David Dudley, Dec. 16, 1810, 3, Polly, b. June 15, 1792, m. Aaron Burdou, Jan.


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), m. Hannah Dudley, May 30, 1787. Ch. 1, Asa, b. July 6, 1788, 2, Hannah, b.


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Waters buys of Nathaniel Byfield, William Dudley and Ezekiel Lewis two hundred and thirty-four acres near Manchaug Pond.


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b. 1 Aug. 1702, m. Samuel Dudley of Littleton, 4, Samuel, b. 1 Sept. 1704, m. Rachel Holman of Newbury,


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1777. Ch. 1, Salmon, m. Sally Dudley, settled in Amsterdam, N. Y. , 2, Andrus, m. Lucy Pierce.


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), m. Prudence Dudley, Mar. 25, 1737. Ch. 1, Samuel,


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m. Jan. 6, 1840, M. John Dudley, living in Wilkinsonville.


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Dudley, David


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Dudley, Edward B. Dudley, Henry J. , promoted 2d Lieut., Jan.


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Sept. 18, 1775, David Dudley.


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Nov. 5, 1810, Peter Dudley.


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Apr. 1, 1799, David Dudley.


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Mar. 4, 1839, Peter Dudley. Mar. 5, 1855, Apr. 1, 1839, Peter Dudley. Apr. 2, 1855, 100


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1730. Lieut. Samuel Dudley, Timothy Hoiton, John Perham, Obadiah Walker, Samuel Barton.


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Capt Jonathan Woodbury, Joseph Hall, John Dudley, Lieut John Hazeltine, Capt Samuel Trask. 1795.


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Stephen Monroe, Capt. Benjamin Batcheller, David Dudley, 1810.


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1802. John Haven, Jonas Sibley, Peter Dudley, Elijah Waters, 1813.


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Nathaniel Sibley, George Tourtellott, Peter Dudley.


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1839. Peter Dudley, Welcome Whipple, Peter Putnam, Timothy Burnap, 1850.


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Metcalf, Newell Lackey, Leander Lackey, David T. Dudley.


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1866. James Taylor, Edward M. Dudley, Lewis Griggs.


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1845. Sylvanus Putnam, Amos Burdon, Jonathan Dudley, jr.


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1730. Lieut. Samuel Dudley. 1787.