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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, vol. 2

Historic homes and institutions and genealogical and personal memoirs of Worcester County, Massachusetts : with a history of Worcester Society of Antiquity, vol. 2

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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, vol. 2

Historic homes and institutions and genealogical and personal memoirs of Worcester County, Massachusetts : with a history of Worcester Society of Antiquity, vol. 2

Source : FamilySearch

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Gladys. (See sketch of diaries Virgil Dudley and family.) 2. Ida Aledora, born in Whitinsville, April 12, 1858, teacher in


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died November 5, 1902, married Charles V. Dudley and had three children, Frances O., Eliza P., Gladys. (See sketch of


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DUDLEY FAAIILY. Francis Dudley (1), the immigrant ancestor of the Dudley family of Whitinsville, and also of


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(II) Samuel Dudley, son of Francis Dudley (1), was born at Concord, Alassachusetts, June 27, 1682, died at Douglas, Alassachusetts,


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(II) Samuel Dudley, son of Francis Dudley (1), was born at Concord, Alassachusetts, June 27, 1682,


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(IV) David Dudley, son of Rogers Dudley (3), was born at Sutton, Alassachusetts, January 14, 1750.


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may have been son of John Dudley, who was in Charlestown from 1655 to 1671.


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Shepard. Children of Samuel and Abigail Dudley, born at Concord, were: Samuel, Jr., born July 28, 1705, married Abigail Waters,


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on the site of the George Dudley house. He was an extensive owner of property in Sutton. He was a


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born June 5, 1781, married Phebe Dudley, 1804, died November 3, 1836, at Sutton, they had-Caleb, born 1804, died October


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(VI) Joseph Amasa Dudley, son of Amasa Dudley (5), was born at Albany, New York, September


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city. Outside of his business Mr. Dudley was interested chiefly in the work of the Presbyterian church, of which he


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(VII) Charles Virgil Dudley, son of Joseph Amasa Dudley (6), was born in Rome, New York, September


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city, April 15, 1871. Joseph A. Dudley died at New York city, April 22, 1884. Child of Joseph Amasa


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Charles Virgil Dudley, son of Joseph Amasa Dudley (6), was born in Rome, New York, September 2, 1852. He was


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(VI) Paul Whitin Dudley, son of Amasa Dudley (5), was born in Amesterdam, New York, April


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or harshness in the man." Mr. Dudley married Sarah A. Tobey, of Worcester, October 19, 1842. Their children were: 1.


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of Joseph and Ann Frances Dudley were: James Whitin, born at Rome, 1847.


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1860, Henrietta Berry, daughter of William and Olivia (Dudley) Berry, she was born in Lyman, Alaine, February 9, 1838, and


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born Alay 4, 1767, married David Dudley, November 17, 1789, Joel, born Alay 31, 1774, settled in Grafton, Massachusetts, married


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Hartford turnpike at Douglas of Paul Dudley, November 16, 1821, and sold it April 1,


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Ezra W. Fletcher. Amasa and Anna Dudley. December 25,


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Hannah, married Jonathan Dudley, Esq. 5. Susannah, married first, Timothy Holden, February 24,


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1649, married Francis Dudley, October 26, 1665, John, born Alarch 19, 1642-3, married Sarah Larkin, Alarch 25,


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company of Alinute Alen, Colonel^ Paul Dudley Sargent's regiment (twenty-eighth Massachusetts), in 1775. He was of Townsend when he married


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Rice. He mortgaged land to Elizabeth Dudley, widow of William Dudley, January


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to Elizabeth Dudley, widow of William Dudley, January


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will, married, Alarch 5, 1816, Simon Dudley, Rufus, see forward, Anna, mentioned in will as well as the following: Sally,.


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distinction. Her sister, Mrs. Aglae Dudley is associated with her in the business. Airs. Tyler was for four years,


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Rhode Island, April 29, 1893. Geraldine Dudley, daughter of Fred G. and Gertrude Aglae Dudley, was born at Worcester, February


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1870, married Fred George Dudley, at Pawtucket, Rhode Island, April 29, 1893. Geraldine Dudley, daughter of Fred G.


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Mrs. Tyler and Airs. Gertrude Aglae Dudley, and her granddaughter, Geraldine Weston Dudley.


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Aglae Dudley, and her granddaughter, Geraldine Weston Dudley.


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new town. Benjamin Douglas married Lydia Dudley, of Sutton, Massachusetts. She was born in 1728 and died December 23, 1820.


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died January 2, 1848, married Hannah Dudley, James,, born August 28, 1761, died August 24, 1845, married Chloe Plumes, Jonathan,


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October 24, 1824, married Captain Benjamin Dudley, Alartha, married Daniel Hunt, Samuel, born June 12, 1758, died January 2, 1848,


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died March 1819, married Samuel Dudley, Joseph, born September 24, 1788, mentioned below, Aloses, born March 17, 1793, died


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Dudley, Paul W.. 173


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Dudley, Joseph A., 172


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Dudley, Charles V., 173