3 edition of William Dodd and some of his descendants found in the catalog.
William Dodd and some of his descendants
James Vernon Lusby
|Other titles||William Dodd.|
|Statement||by James Vernon Lusby.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.D636 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 206 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||206|
|LC Control Number||91062110|
William Swyft of Sandwitch and some of his descendants, [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, I have been tracing my Dodd family tree in Virginia and so far I’m back to John Dodd (6th great grandfather) who died on Ma in Westmoreland Co., Va. Don’t know his parents nor his birth, so I skipped a generation or two to John Dods of Jamestown and your correct, he survived the great massacre while living in Bermuda Hundred.
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Get this from a library. William Dodd and some of his descendants. [James Vernon Lusby] -- William Dodd (born ca. ) moved from Pennsylvania to Virginia in He and his wife Catherine had nine children.
Some descendants are in Virginia; others went to Kentucky and farther west. William Dodd and some of his descendants [Lusby, James Vernon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
William Dodd and some of his descendantsAuthor: James Vernon Lusby. William Dodd (29 May – 27 June ) was an English Anglican clergyman and a man of letters. He lived extravagantly, and was nicknamed the "Macaroni Parson".He dabbled in forgery in an effort to clear his debts, and was caught and : 29 MayBourne, Lincolnshire.
Being a very precise and accurate researcher Dodd issued in September, a four-page "Supplement No. 1" to his 's Supplement contained his new findings about his own work on later also contained a section reporting his newly acquired knowledge of the existence of and facts about the TWO immigrant William READEs of.
Ambassador Dodd was the United States' last ambassador to Berlin before WWII. Eric Larson writes just absolutely excellent books. But, I was hungry for more from Dodd and I had come to realize that Eric Larson had used Dodd's diary as a primary source while writing his book/5(3).
William Edward Dodd Jr. (August 8, - Octo ) was an American political activist who ran unsuccessfully for Congress during the s.
While working for the Federal Communications Commission in the administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt during the s, he became the target of an early congressional crusade against alleged communist sympathizers and subversives. William Dodd William Dodd from Pennsylvania was granted acres of land in Loudoun County, Virginia on Decem William received acres because he brought with him a wife, Catherine, and seven children.1 William Dodd and his wife requested membership in the Fairfax Monthly Meeting of the Friends, in Loudoun County, Virginia, on Decem William Day's family had been in America some time before his birth in Maine in About he married Dorothy Littlefield.
They had ten children and this book makes the attempt to list all the descendants to the present time. One of his descendants Henry Eastman Day joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and this branch of the family now live in Utah while many of the.
William Dodd (born 18 June ) was an Englishman who came to notice when he described his work and growing disability as a child worker during the Industrial was employed by the reformer Earl of Shaftesbury after writing about child workers in the textile industry, but Shaftesbury later sacked him after accusations were made that Dodd was lying and was a disgruntled : 18 JuneKendal, Westmorland, England.
William E. Dodd was professor of history at The University of Chicago. Notes. Sir Frederick Morton Eden, The State of the Poor, in three volumes published ingives ample information.
Clark, The Later Stuarts,p. 25, shows that in a population of 5, there were 1, with incomes of £6 to nothing a year. William E. Dodd Jr. was a man who held in his heart a burning hatred for fascism, a loathing of Hitler’s Berlin, and a deep love for his family.
After living in Berlin just after Hitler came to power, Dodd Jr. spent much of his younger years doing all he could to battle fascism. William Dodd William Dodd from Pennsylvania was granted acres of land in Loudoun County, Virginia on Decem William received acres because he brought with him a wife, Catherine, and seven children.1 William Dodd and his wife requested membership in the Fairfax Monthly Meeting of the Friends, in Loudoun County, Virginia, on.
The two youngest sons (Harper and Blaney) remained in the Sumter/Clarendon area through the s. 18 Some of his daughters' families may have moved to Florida as well. 19 Judging by the birthplaces reported for Elijah's grandchildren, some of his descendants spent some time in Georgia, but the location of their waypoint is unknown.
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William Henry Moore and his ancestry, with accounts of the Moore families in the American colonies, by De Forest, Louis Effingham, ; De Forest, Anne Lawrence Marston, joint author; Moore, Edward Small, b.
; Moore, Paul, Pages: Page 17 - At length he sat down, quite exhausted. This scene was in a high degree interesting to us. To see the old soldier and statesman — the proud opposer of godliness, trembling, and earnestly inquiring what he must do to be saved, was an affecting sight.5/5(1).
William Dodd was born on February 12in Brailes, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom, to William Dodd and Mary Dodd. William had 9 siblings: John Dodd, Elizabeth Dodd, Hannah Dodd, Charlotte Smith, Thomas Dodd, George Dodd, Jane Dodd, Jane Dodd and Anne Spicer.
Charles Dodd Mr. Dodd was born in Shenandoah county, Va., Aug ; son of William and Mary Stump Dodd. In he moved to Warren county, Ohio, and came to Illinois in Februarywhere he engaged in farming, which he pursued for fourteen years; then embarked in the grain, produce and general merchandizing business.
The Dodd family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Dodd families were found in the UK in In there were 1, Dodd families living in Lancashire.
This was about 15% of all the recorded Dodd's in the UK. Lancashire had the highest population of Dodd families in. William Dodd (29 May – 27 June ) was an English Anglican clergyman and a man of letters.
He lived extravagantly, and was nicknamed the "maccaroni parson". He dabbled in forgery in an effort to clear his debts, was caught, convicted, and, despite a public campaign for a Royal pardon, became the last person to be hanged at Tyburn for. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Wisconsin - Madison and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user : I have heard of Dodd's diggins.
I have done DNA on fathers side, but not mothers yet. I do not know the name of the book, but I am sure the library would know.I may call e I was going to see if the family had any extra copies, but it was over 10 yrs ago .