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Representative men and old families of southeastern Massachusetts, containing historical sketches of prominent and representative citizens and genealogical records of many of the old families .. (Volume Vol. 3)

Representative men and old families of southeastern Massachusetts, containing historical sketches of prominent and representative citizens and genealogical records of many of the old families .. (Volume Vol. 3)

Source : Internet Archive

Representative men and old families of southeastern Massachusetts, containing historical sketches of prominent and representative citizens and genealogical records of many of the old families .. (Volume Vol. 3)

Representative men and old families of southeastern Massachusetts, containing historical sketches of prominent and representative citizens and genealogical records of many of the old families .. (Volume Vol. 3)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : DUDLEY


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this union, as follows : Henry Dudley, born Feb. 26, 1880, in Topsfield, Mass., mar-


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and they have one child, Roger Dudley, born Dec. 2,


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(V) David Dudley, son of David and Lois (Whitney) Dudley, was born June 5, 1781, in Sutton, Mass. Here ne


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(II) Samuel Dudley, son of Francis, was born in Concord, Mass., in 1666. He settled in


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(V) David Dudley, son of David and Lois (Whitney) Dudley, was born June 5, 1781, in


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Nov. 2, 1836. He married Phebe Dudley, Feb. 22, 1804, and their children were: Caleb, born in 1804, died Oct.


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were born to Francis and Sarah Dudley: Samuel, born in 1666, Mary, who married Joseph Fletcher, Joseph, who married Abigail


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the founder of which was Francis Dudley.


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was a relative of Governor Thomas Dudley.


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(VI) David Tyler Dudley, son of David and Phebe (Dudley) Dudley, was born in Sutton, Mass., Sept.


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David Tyler Dudley, son of David and Phebe (Dudley) Dudley, was born in Sutton, Mass., Sept. 24, 1817. He married


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David Tyler Dudley, son of David and Phebe (Dudley) Dudley, was born in Sutton, Mass., Sept. 24, 1817. He married


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1888, when Mr. Dudley bought out the interest of his partner and came to Taunton, locating at


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Among the passengers aboard was David Dudley Field, then a noted New York lawyer. It was midsummer when the steamer


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the first wife' of Gov. Thomas Dudley. He died July 13,


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1835, in Weymouth, son of Thomas R. and Clarissa (Dudley) Hanson.


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was twice married, marrying (first) Clarissa Dudley, a descendant of Governor Dudley, and she died the mother of six children


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when four years old , Herbert Dudley, who died when two years old, and a son that died in infancy.


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were born to this union: Carrie Dudley, who married A. H. Matson, and resides in Harwichport, Mass., Charles Fred, who


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Benton Tyler, daugh^ ter of Abel Dudley and Frances La Von (Morrow) Tyler, of North Bridgewater, and this union has


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Maine, July 8, 1760. (VII) Abel Dudley and Frances La Von (Morrow) Tyler were the parents of the following children