Person:John Dodge (7)

John Dodge
  1. John Dodge1574 -
m. 1595/1600
  1. Michael Dodge
  2. Richard DodgeAbt 1602 - 1671
  3. William Dodge1604 - Aft 1685
Facts and Events
Name John Dodge
Gender Male
Birth? 1574 East Coker, Somerset, England
Marriage 1595/1600 Middle Chinnock, Somerset, Englandto Mary or Margery _____
Will[6] 2 Apr 1635 Middle Chinnock, Somerset, England
Probate[6] 15 Oct 1635
Ancestral File Number V9Z8-N2
  1.   The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Ancestral File (R) (11). (Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998).
  2.   Ralph L. Giddings and C. Bland Giddings. The Giddings Family in North America, Vol. 1, Descendants of George and Jane of Ipswich: The First Six Generations. (Parkview Publishing Co., 1998)
    Page 34, 1998.
  3.   Hall, Frank Nelson. A Lovett genealogy : emigrant ancestor John Lovett of Beverly, Massachusetts, landed from England prior to 1639 : and all. (Denton, Tex.: F.N. Hall, 1965, 66 pgs.)
    Page d1, 1965.
  4.   Ferris, Mary Walton. Dawes-Gates ancestral lines : a memorial volume containing the American ancestry of Rufus R. Dawes. (Milwaukee: Wisconsin Cuneo Press, 1931-43, 1773 pgs.)
    Page 2_314-2_318, 1931/1943.
  5.   The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society)
    Volumr 46, Pages 383-391, 1892.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Dodge, Joseph Thompson. Genealogy of the Dodge family of Essex County, Mass., 1629-1894. (Madison, Wis.: Democrat Printing Co., 1894)
    Vol 1 p. 6-10.

    Abstract of will of John Dodge: "John Dodge of Middlechinnock, [Eng.] 2 April, 1635, proved 15 October, 1685. To be buried in church-yard there. To the church ten shillings. The same, to the poor of the parish. To the minister for preaching funeral sermon, ten shillings. Wife Margery shall hold and enjoy one tenement in the parish of Hal-
    stocke, Co. Dorset, containing by estimation ten acres more or less, during her life natural if my sons Michael and William shall happen so long to live. To Wife Margery forty pounds and the bed that I now lie in and the bedstead and all things belonging thereunto. I give and bequeath unto her so much of my other household stuff as shall amount to four pounds, of such kinds as she shall think most needful and useful for her. Item. I give and bequeath unto my son William forty pounds more, over and above that portion which I have already given him. To my son Richard one sheep and to take his choice in my whole flock; and to John the son of the said Richard forty shillings. To Mary my daughter twenty shillings and to her son John forty shillings. And my will is that all these goods shall be delivered half a year after my decease.

    Item. All the rest of my goods unmentioned I give and bequeath unto my son Michael whom I make and ordain the executor of this my last will and testament." (see page 7)