Many obits that we receive are small and do not have sufficient information for a whole page. These obituaries are of descendants of William or Richard or the John Branch line.
Wendell Phillips Dodge, 1911-1947
Eileen Dodge Barnes
Frank Riley Dodge
Sharon E. Dodge
Viola M. Dodge
Wendell Phillips DODGE , Jr.; born 2 Jul 1911, New York City, New York
WENDELL p. DODGE, JR.-A funeral service for Wendell Phillips Dodge, Jr. book reviewer and literary research worker of New York, Boston and Chicago, will be held in the Chapel in Kensico Cemetery, Valhalla, N.Y., today at 11 A.M. Mr. Dodge died in Chicago on Sunday, after being struck by an Automobile. His age was 35. During the recent war he served as a technical sergeant attached to the office of the Chief of Transportation, War Department, in Washington, D.C. Formerly a book reviewer for the New York Sun, The Brooklyn Eagle, The Boston Herald and Traveler and the Christian Science Monitor, he had been studying at the John Marshall Law School in Chicago, where he also served as an instructor in English. Surviving are his parents, Comdr. Wendell Phillips Dodge and Mrs. Beatrice Masson Dodge, and a brother, Richard William Dodge. The New York Times, May 29, 1947
Eileen Dodge Barnes Thursday, November 30, 2000 - Eileen Dodge Barnes, 77 HOLLIS -- Eileen Dodge Barnes, 77, of Hollis Center died Nov. 28, 2000, at the Southern Maine Medical Center in Biddeford.
She was born in Hollis, a daughter of Byron and Vesta Weymouth Dodge. She graduated from Hollis High School in 1940.
Before World War II, she worked as a spinner for the Limerick Woolen Mills and later for Clark's corner store in Hollis. During the war she volunteered at watchtowers in the Hollis area, looking for planes.
She was a life-long resident of Hollis and a member of the Hollis Center Baptist Church. Recently she became involved with Home Fellowship.
Her husband of 58 years, Edward Barnes, died in November.
Surviving are a daughter, Sylvia B. Maxwell of Cape Elizabeth; a brother, Byron Dodge of Hollis; two sisters, Florence Townsend of Limington and Alva Smith of Hollis; three grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
A graveside service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Meetinghouse Hill Cemetery. Rev. David King will officiate. Arrangements are by Dennett, Craig & Pate, Route 202, Buxton. Copyright 2000 Blethen Maine Newspapers Inc
Malachi T. Dodge - This is actually amystery but we are sure he falls in the John Branch line. Mr. Malachi T. Dodge who died suddenly in Manchester, NH Monday at the age of 78 was for 18 years Overseer in Nashua Mills, and afterward was interested in the milk business at Londonderry. He went to Manchester in 1866 and held the Superintendency of the bag mills for ten years, then retiring to a farm. He served several terms in the State Legislature from Nashua in 1852 and '53, Londonderry 1863 and '64 and Manchester 1878 and '79. A widow and five sons survive him.
Sharon E. Dodge DODGE, SHARON E, 63, of Woonasquatucket Ave, died August 11, 2007 at her home. She was the wife of the late Richard E. Dodge. Born in Providence, she was the daughter of the late Earl and Doris (Holland) James. Sharon was a teacher and teacher's aide for the Providence Head Start for 35 years. She loved her whole family, was the best Nana in the world, and the best mom anyone could ever ask for. She loved her bingo and traveling to New Hampshire and Pennsylvania. She leaves her children, Richard E. Dodge of Providence, Steven M. Dodge of Pinellas Park, FL, Ronald J. Dodge of Providence, and Darleen M. Munster of North Providence, two brothers, Douglas James of Johnston and Barry James of Warwick, 14 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. She was the sister of the late William and Richard James. Her funeral will be held Wednesday at 11 AM in the ROBBINS FUNERAL HOME, 2251 Mineral Spring Ave, North Providence. Burial will be in Pawtuxet Memorial Park. Calling Hours Tuesday 5-8 PM. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Home and Hospice Care of RI, 269 George St, Pawtucket, RI 02860.
Viola M. Dodge
EAST HARPSWELL -- Viola M. Dodge, 86, died May 18, 2001, at Mid Coast Hospital, Brunswick. She was born in Portland, a daughter of Fred and Myrtle Campbell Redmond.
She attended Portland schools and graduated from Buxton High School in 1933. She married Robert L. Dodge on July 26, 1933, in Buxton.
She lived in Massachusetts for many years before moving to East Harpswell in 1942.
Her husband and a son, Fred R. Dodge, both died in 1994.
Surviving are a son, David Dodge of Vassalboro; a daughter, Mrs. John (Shirley) Batchelder of Grand Haven, Mich.; 11 grandchildren and three great-grand- children.
A memorial service will be held at a later date. Burial will be in Pine Grove Cemetery, West Buxton. Arrangements are by Brackett Funeral Home, Brunswick.
Frank Riley Dodge
OAKTON, Virginia -- Retired Rear admiral Frank Riley Dodge, 100, a former Exeter resident, died Wednesday, March 13, 1996, at the home of his granddaughter.
He was born Septtember 16, 1895
The oldest living graduate of the Naval Academy at the time of his death, his 33 years of continuous active service included both world wars. He was awarded the Silver Star while the commanding officer of the U.S.S. Brooklyn and of the Cruiser Division 8 in the Mediterranean in 1944, and in 1945 received the Legion of Merit for his role during the Okinawa Operation
After the death of his first wife, the former Dorothy Clement, Adm. Dodge married Winifred Lovering Holman, who also preceeded him in death
He was a member of the Society of Colonial Wars, Hew Hampshire, and shared his late wife's interest in the MOffatt-Ladd House, Portsmouth.
At the time of his death, he was visiting his granddauther, Mrs. Brian Cassshell, her husband and two daughters in Oakton, VA. He died in his sleep.
Since leaving Exeter, Dodge has been making his home in a retirement community in McLean, VAa.
Beside his granddaughter, survivors include: Two daughters, another grandddaughter, and three great-grandddaughters.
He is also listed in our Military pages.