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Historic homes and institutions and genealogical and personal memoirs of Worcester county, Massachusetts, with a history of Worcester society of antiquity (Volume 4)

Historic homes and institutions and genealogical and personal memoirs of Worcester county, Massachusetts, with a history of Worcester society of antiquity (Volume 4)

Source : Internet Archive

Historic homes and institutions and genealogical and personal memoirs of Worcester county, Massachusetts, with a history of Worcester society of antiquity (Volume 4)

Historic homes and institutions and genealogical and personal memoirs of Worcester county, Massachusetts, with a history of Worcester society of antiquity (Volume 4)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : DUDLEY


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at Roxbury, April 26, 1753. Thomas Dudley, (second) Joseph Williams. 4. Rachel born April 19, 1737. married, at Roxbury, November


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He married, September 10, 1829. Adeline Dudley, born May 4, 1805, daughter of Jonathan Dudley, of Sutton. Her lineage: Jonathan


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May 4, 1805, daughter of Jonathan Dudley, of Sutton. Her lineage: Jonathan (V), Jonathan (IV), Jonathan (III), Samuel (II), Francis


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have been the son of John Dudley, who was in Charlestown, Massachusetts, from 1655 to 1671, Francis was a soldier


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(II) Samuel Dudley, son of Francis Dudley (i), was born at Concord, Massachusetts, June 27,


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· ·, second Abigail (II) Samuel Dudley, son of Francis Dudley (i), was born at Concord, Massachusetts, June 27,


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of the present residence of George Dudley. He was one of the largest landowners in Sutton. He was a justice


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in that city, DUDLEY FAMILY, Francis Dudley (i), the immigrant ancestor of JNIrs. Charles H, Norcross, of Sutton, Massachusetts, was


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(.Ill) Rogers Dudley, son of Samuel Dudley (2), was born in Littleton, Massachusetts, August 9, 1720. He settled on a


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(IV) David Dudley, son of Rogers Dudley (j), was born in Sutton, Massachusetts, January 14,


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(VI) David Tyler Dudley, son of David Dudley (S), was born at Sutton, Massachusetts, September


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He married, February 22, 1804, Phebe Dudley, daughter of Peter Dudley, and a remote cousin.


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1804, Phebe Dudley, daughter of Peter Dudley, and a remote cousin.


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Republican in politics. He married Nettie P. Dudley, daughter of David Tyler Dudley, mentioned above. Their children are :


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occupied later by his son, Henry T. Dudley, in 1871. The large shuttle shop owned by D. T. Dudley &


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1737 one hundred acres of William Dudley. This farm adjoined the Indian meadow.


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1761 and he married (second) Mary Dudley at Oxford. He died March 13. 1807, in his ninety-second year. His children


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eldest of triplets born to David Dudley and wife. She was a descendant of Governor Dudley. John died October 2,


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1745, at Worcester. He married Lucy Dudley, of Sutton. She was the eldest of triplets born to David Dudley and


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have been a son of John Dudley, who was living in Charlestown


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DUDLEY FAMILY OF DOUGLASS, Francis Dudley (i), the immigrant ancestor of the Dudley family of Douglass, Massachusetts, and of


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(IV) Alajor Paul Dudley, son of Sanniel Dudley (3), was born in Douglass, Massachusetts, August 21, 1758,


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(HI) William Dudley, son of Samuel Dudley (2), was born at Littleton. Massachusetts, May 28,


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(VII) .Arthur James Dudley, son of James Hill Dudley (6), was born in Douglass, Massachusetts, 'May 7.


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(V) John Dudley, son oif Major Paul Dudley (4), was born at Douglass, Massachusetts, September 8,


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near the late residence of George Dudley. He was one of the largest owners of land in Sutton. He died


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1768. The Dudley farm where Samuel Dudley first settled is on the road between Millbury and Wilkinionville, and Samuel built


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(VI) James Hill Dudley, son of John Dudley (5), was born in Douglass. Massachusetts, December 10,


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The children of Samuel and Lydia Dudley were: Paul, born September 24, 1721, died young, Charles, born December 10, 1722,


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The children of William and Ann Dudley were: Captain Benjamin, born June 8, 1752, died October 24, 1731. at Douglass,


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now all of later generations. Mr. Dudley is a Republican in politics and a Congregationalist in religion. He is a


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(Connecticut, probably at Milford, married Abigail Dudley and removed to Greenwich before 1664, Daniel, baptized May 26,


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Benjamin Wallace and his wife Lydia Dudley. Lydia was the daughter of Samuel Dudley, of Sutton, granddaughter of Francis Dudley


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Lydia was the daughter of Samuel Dudley, of Sutton, granddaughter of Francis Dudley and-Sarah (Wheeler) Dudley, of Concord, Massachusetts. Benjamin


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Dudley, of Sutton, granddaughter of Francis Dudley and-Sarah (Wheeler) Dudley, of Concord, Massachusetts. Benjamin Wallis, first of the name in


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Dudley, Arthur J., 266


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Dudley, David, 144


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Dudley, James H., 266


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Dudley, John, 266


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Dudley, Ralph E., 267


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Dudley, Walter J. H., 267